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"amy goodman" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"It's going to be. And, that's fine. It's the work we have to. Yeah. Yeah, yes, what we we have to do. We have to read. We have to talk. We have to listen to the differences because that is. how you get to a sense of understanding where you're like. Oh, I see. We aren't the same because this has been happening to you. And Yours and I've never experienced that, and it's not right. What's happening to your so I? Can I get in the way of what's happening and and help, but but we are. We Are we are. We are all the same is not going to do that. That's just to shut everything, right? It feels like just like a you know. It's on greeting card or something. It's a little. It's a little. I'd like to teach the world to say yeah. Yeah, we're making. Commercial over here. And I think I. Don't really have a look I understand I think people are well meaning it is well intended I. Get it I get what you're trying to say, but it's. It's not even that it's. Inaccurate. Is that it just it doesn't? It's like. Making French fries with the carrots. You know what I mean. It doesn't meet the moment. It is not the proper ingredient. It's like. If you want to say something I'll take like I'm anti racist I'll take that I'll hear that or whatever but something like the the Coca Cola commercial. Does it meet? The moment is just not the right. We're this kind of beyond? which is what I mean. When I think like Oh, wow it sticking rice. Someone can say we are all the same in about fifteen voices will come out of nowhere and go rethink rethink exact. Hopefully they're coming out. In a way, because again, I don't I'm I understand why people say things like that? And I do believe they're well intentioned. Chasing back into a Don I want to embrace embrace. Come, let's have a chat. They also have to do some of the work that's. In general. They all, do we all do? And then the other thing is my knee jerk reaction to social media in the last like ten days has been to shut the fuck up like I. Really don't want to add. In say something I'm just that I just don't know what I'm talking about. You know what I mean. So it's felt very. I've just been very tentative about saying anything you know. Because it just feel like maybe that maybe my bets. My job is to not say anything. I mean obviously have this podcast so I. Say Fuck. But closing thoughts. Amy Goodman Social Media's. Interplay with all of this. I mean it's absolutely critical because no longer. Do you have the standard gatekeepers? So when a seventeen year old girl flips open phone, or we don't even flip Mopani more in starts filming that gets out there, and it doesn't have to go through the conventional places, and how important it is overall that we support independent media. Yeah, that one we're covering war and peace where not brought to you by weapons, manufacturers and that's another issue. In, all of this issue of police and defunding the police is the issue of the militarization of Police Now people like the Hawaii senator, even Brian, shots and others certainly grassroots activists, and we saw this at the standoff at standing rock militarized police. You saw it in Ferguson after the death of Michael Brown. People met by fully militarized police departments that has to stop because the people of this country. The protesters are not the enemy. Despite the fact that president trump calls them terrorists. It's simply a lie and as long as. The weapons from Afghanistan Iraq come back and are given to local police departments I mean that's recycling in America today, and that has to stop and also tear gas and pepper spray rubber bullets. These are not nonlethal, and they are wounding people all over this country. Yeah thank you. That was like a that was like a like a dose of democracy now in like a thirty second wrap up. Which is why you're alleged. Let us. Take a quick break.
Fresh update on "amy goodman" discussed on Democracy Now
"From New York. This is democracy now promise literally. Israeli aircraft showed the whole street and the buildings and hit the infrastructure. Their aim is to destroy the economy and destroyed the basic needs of the people. There is no clean water now knows, so. It's just, you know, services. Nearly 200 Palestinians are now dead as Israel's assault on the Gaza Strip enters its second week. Over the weekend, Israel bombed a refugee camp, killing 10 members of an extended family. Another Israeli air strike destroyed a high rise building in Gaza City, which housed the offices of Al Jazeera, The Associated Press and other media. With the backing of the United States is euros, refused international calls to stop its assault, which is already left 40,000 Palestinians homeless will go to Gaza for the latest yesterday is going destroyed homes blocks killing over 40 people homecomings were annihilated by the Israeli war machine. We'll also talk to the head of the leading Israeli human rights group, but sell up which is accused Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza by targeting civilians and destroying infrastructure on a massive scale, All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy Now. Democracy Now John or the Quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman. Warning to.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"A great. So it's an impeachable offence, just that statement is an impeachable offense. He should be impeached again and for that day laid to rest this week. No, not a word, not real. Family or the President Making a statement? But he said it's a great day for George. Can I tell you guys an interesting thing that? When I was in Palm Springs Zing parents. They watch a lot of Turkish TV shows and. They were saying you know as an Iranian immigrants May. Levy no other Iranian listeners. Do you watch a lot of Turkish TV shows I'm dying to know? Is it just my parents anyway? Their Water Turkish TV show. We were talking about abolish the police. They were asking me what that meant and all that stuff They were like endlessly talking about Mariel Buzzer. They love her anyways. Big Fans at the far side residents and And they were saying that there was a scene where A. person like a social worker came to a house that there was having a domestic. Domestic dispute in this team Turkish, TV, show the social worker came to the house, and then waiting outside by the car, was a police officer who may have had some sort of weapon that waited in the car, and then the social worker was dispatched to inside the home to deal with the situation. If Shit got real than the police officer would have been called from the car. This is actually and I was like what this happened in Turkish. Tell because that's one of the ideas. In? That popping up in a Bosh, the police. The police should just merely back up to the real work of delivering social services like conflict. Resolution And you know and other forms of social work. Mental health work. That's going to change a law and order. Show, law and order like how this show right right? Sure that's going to be. That's going to be a real switch, right? Chalet with that's a really important point because I talked about heavier. Amblin just killed a year ago, but now we have the videotape. Live PD. Yes. In the back seat and they filmed it and now this week it was just announced. That cops has been canceled. How is it possible that these shows are allowed to drive with the police in the police cars? Are they egging them on instead of no instead of mental health services social services being there, people are trained to deal with conflict. They have entertainment to read this all up, but amazingly live PD said after the two thousand nine hundred murder, of which we've just seen the video tape right now, and it is horrifying. They said they destroyed the tape, so they destroyed the evidence. They knew exactly what happened a year ago. I can't believe cops was canceled. Live PD is so popular is always on. And you know the the the thing is. There's I wanted to point out a congressional study that found. Again like when we're talking about about the police I don't want people to be afraid of what that means because it doesn't mean you call nine one one and nothing happens. Right and I think that's a little bit at the fear for me as political mantra that people will you know? Spin it to us. The you know the it's opposite meaning, and not is not what it means that you call nine one one and nothing happens right. For example if we if you call nine one one in Austin right now they ask you. Are you talking about? Do you need? Police? Fire Department or Mental Health Services Right, so they're. They're breaking down like what is the actual.
Cellar Door Underground Bar
"We hear from reporter Amy Goodman about cellar door bar in London than we once an underground public blue amy. Welcome to milk street. Thank you Chris. So this is story about underground bars in London. That are in abandoned. Victorian bathrooms among other things. So let's start with the Victorian London. Where were these bathrooms? What were they like? These bathrooms were built all over London sometime after eighteen fifty and it came about because in the mid nineteenth century of torrens used water closets. But there wasn't anything to us out in public so these were designed to be very discreet. They were black wrought iron which was typical of the era with steps going underground. Decelerate the bathrooms from civil society. So this particular place cellar door where is it? How do you access it just gives us a visual image of going to the cellar door? The cellar door is a place that you could easily walk past. It's just at the edge of the theater. District sort of bordering covent garden and the Strand. There's a pink flashing neon sign outside that says cellar door and just below that pink. Neon sign is a set of stairs going down on the diagonal taking into a subterranean bar. There's a red velvet curtain and I was immediately greeted by one of the CO owners Gordon Anderson. Goo Good evening. Welcome to the seller. Do we are a London? Premiered Cavalry and villas cocteau on a short tour? This won't take long. Will it so a couple of steps into the main Bob? We've sort of we say nineteen thirties. Berlin meets New York die. Boss staff are all kisses out in bow ties and jackets? We serve very much. Traditional cocktails we sell snuff suffers eight tobacco substitute that is ingested through the nose and get some very funny looks when we serve it We have barstools in shape lips. We'll have barstools shapes of tongues. Everything slightly different here to a normal par. Did he talk about the process from the beginning having found this place bidding on it coming up with plans for renovating it? It definitely went through a process of adaptation now in terms of the way the building was transformed. There was a lot to figure out. It was a gents toilet until about fifteen years ago. When the legislation fool disabilities changed. And because it's a basement people. A tests could not gain access to the toilet so the council moved that priority on providing public toilets to street level and so these basement toilets. Alzati closing so it was an asset for the council but obviously nobody wanted a sunken basement toilets until particularly my business partner. Paul Kohler came along. He he used to pass. It was boarded up covered in graffiti and looking very sore so he contacted the council and asked for permission to come have a look As soon as we walked in and saw this place complete with his white tiled walls issue rhinos toilets and Genesis Office. I knew and he knew we both wanted to do something here. So the big challenge is taking very small space and making the most of it. Exactly how did they do that? They used the magic of mirrors. So he'll be on inside. The main. We saw fifty four square meters surrounded by Murs. Make kids seem bigger. Some of the mirrors a faceted. So you don't see a direct image. You see a reflected image of a reflection if accents we have all sorts of low level lighting colored lighting lights which sent the floor because Haswell the irrational trough used to be. It's a little bit about smoke and mirrors. It's sort of like being in Vegas. You could easily lose track of time and have no idea what day it is so the obvious question is. Is there a public restroom in the cellar door now? They've gotten rid of the restroom determined into a pub so do they actually have a bathroom there. Well that's the best part of this far. Chris the bathrooms they had been on a trip. Paul Gordon to New York where they went into a bar that had this optical illusion on the bathroom door once inside the bathroom you could see outside the door so if you were inside the bathroom and didn't know you would think that everyone could see you. People who've not been to the BOB before get very nervous. People tend to crunch to cover whatever might be on show. We've had Arctic Asians when people are drunk. They think they've locked the door but they haven't so so the first time is is kind of a shock. So is this now spread throughout London. And there's hundreds and hundreds of these places being leased out. There aren't hundreds and hundreds of these former public lose being transformed because again these spaces are so tiny and if the layout isn't right it just doesn't work for anything but it's enough of a trend that we're definitely seeing more than a dozen of these around. The country being turned into interesting spaces. There's an art gallery for example. There's a members club. There's a hair salon you name it I think. In general the whole notion of repurposing vacant spaces has taken hold in the UK and more specifically with the use of former underground carriages from the London Tube. Many of these spaces are being used for restaurants for shops for startups workspaces. And actually lend themselves quite well. Because there's built in seating so a lot of this really works and I also think this speaks very much to the British spirit of make-do-and-mend. Let's not just throw something out because it doesn't work. Let's actually turn this into something else. That works repurposing. Building is actually a good idea from an environmental perspective. Also entrepreneurs are always trying to find something different for the public to do. The public are who is trying to find something different to do in. This age of social media can't wait so your friends what you found that they have heard
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"I'm Amy Goodman the global death toll from the corona virus has topped one hundred twenty thousand with over one point nine million confirmed cases the United States represents by far the largest percentage of known cases with over five hundred eighty seven thousand and also leads in the death toll which is nearing twenty four thousand here in New York the state wide death toll has topped ten thousand as total confirmed cases near two hundred thousand over half of these in New York City last next people represented thirty four percent of those who have died of corona virus in New York City the highest death toll in the city while African American residents account for twenty eight percent of deaths New York governor Andrew Cuomo said despite the rising death toll in the high number of current hospitalizations around nineteen thousand other indicators of the outbreaks progress such as daily death toll and new hospitalized patients appear to be leveling off Cuomo warned the trend could easily start to reverse if new Yorkers ease up on social distancing and quarantining measures despite the glimmers of hope New York City hospital say they continue to be stretched to their limits the news outlet the city reports nurses at the public Bellevue hospital have been told to sign forms falsely stating they're trained in certain types of care in order to compensate for staff and equipment shortages at least fifty department of education employees have died from the corona virus in New York City including twenty one public school teachers over the weekend New York City mayor bill de Blasio said schools will remain closed until the fall but was quickly undercut by governor Cuomo who said the decision was not yet made leaving millions of students teachers and parents in the country's largest school district in the dark about their situation in neighboring New Jersey governor Phil Murphy warned K. cases were still searching and New Jersey faces a severe shortage of tests nearly twenty five hundred cove in nineteen dance and sixty five thousand factions have been reported in New Jersey the National Guard has been deployed to a veterans home in Paramus New Jersey where thirty seven deaths in recent weeks are believed to be caused by covert nineteen a state run nursing home in Menlo Park New Jersey has reported at least fourteen deaths hospitals and other coronavirus hot spots around the country are also reporting dire conditions as they deal with the surgeon critically sick patients in Detroit photos obtained by CNN from an emergency room worker at Sinai grace hospital show bodies of people who died of covert nineteen being stored in vacant hospital rooms piled on top of each other inside refrigerated holding units in the parking lot the photos are from early April when hospital staff say they were treating between one hundred and one hundred thirty patients at a time in Virginia an evangelical pastor who defied stay at home orders to hold packed services died of covert nineteen bishop Gerald Glenn told his congregation March twenty second quote I firmly believe that god is larger than this dreaded virus you can quote me on that he said I'm gonna sailor from the corona virus stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt died Monday of covert nineteen related complications it's the first death from cove it nineteen among the ship's crew the vessel's captain Brett crozier was removed from his post after he wrote a memo pleading for help as his crew started testing positive for the corona virus nearly six hundred sailors from the ships have tested positive since evacuating and Chicago ProPublica reports at least nineteen children and two staff have tested positive for covert nineteen at heartland alliance facility for immigrant youth making it the largest corona virus outbreak inside a facility for unaccompanied minors in the United States in other news from Chicago residents of the predominantly Mexican and Latin next neighborhood little village may file a lawsuit after city ordered implosion at a close power plant this weekend filled the entire neighborhood with thick dust as local officials try to combat the corona virus outbreak the death S. then settled on homes vehicles and other structures with residents fearing this could worsen the health of people with respiratory illnesses including residents who have may have contracted corona virus a group of northeastern states New York New Jersey Connecticut Pennsylvania Delaware and Rhode Island said Monday they're developing a coordinated plan to end a corona virus lockdowns and reopen schools and businesses Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker became the first Republican to join the effort when he announced later Monday here join the discussions on the west coast California Washington and Oregon say they'll create a similar framework trump lashed out following the announcement and declared he has the power to override governor's the president of the United States calls the shots it we weren't here for the states you would have a problem in this country like you've never seen before we bring it over what Florida.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Peace report I'm Amy Goodman president trump faces the biggest political crisis of his career after the publication of bomb shell complaints accusing the president of the be using his power for personal gain in the nine page document an unnamed government whistle blower who's been identified as a CIA official writes quote the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the twenty twenty U. S. selection and quote the complaint corroborates a rough transcript of a July twenty fifth phone call released by the White House Wednesday showing trump repeatedly pressuring Ukrainian president floating mansa Lansky to launch a corruption probe into trump's campaign rival Joe Biden and his son hunter Biden the complaint also reveals details about how the White House attempted to quote locked down all records of trump's phone conversation soon after it happened by moving a transcript of the call to a stand alone computer system reserve for cold word level intelligence information on Thursday house speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the trump administration of a cover up. there is actions better actions that are cover up yeah when you taste when you have a system of electronic storage for information that is specifically for national security purposes. and you have something that it's self serving to the president politically and decide it might not be you might not want people to know and you hide it someplace else on Capitol Hill members of the house intelligence committee grilled acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire Thursday over why he failed to quickly turn over the whistle blowers complained to Congress after the inspector general of the intelligence community found it to be credible and urgent McGuire cited White House claims of executive privilege for the delay calling the case unique and I'm president. I am not partisan and I am not political I believe in a life of service and I'm honored to be a public servant first. I want to stress that I believe that the whistle blower and the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout. I have every reason to believe that they have done everything by the book and follow the law president trump lashed out Thursday over the growing scandal calling reporters scum and animals and comparing the whistle blower to a treasonous spy who deserve the death penalty trump made the remarks to a closed door gathering of diplomats on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York audio of his remarks was leaked to the Los Angeles Times. the information was spot. as I said..
"amy goodman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Amy Goodman reports on the news stories rarely covered by the corporate media democracy now trump ordering commerce department to still collect citizenship data means GOP you can try to draw districts based on citizenship rather than total population and twenty twenty one GOP gerrymandering guru said this would be advantageous to Republicans and non Hispanic whites see now a W. C. twenty Chicago's progressive talk hi with the Goo Goo Dolls fortunate that we can give our daughters everything they need to grow and learn but not every child can focus on classes and play date nearly thirteen million kids in the U. S. face hunger that's one six school lunch might be their only meal each day it's heartbreaking Majed any child going for dreaming but perfect day when kids can smile play just be kids without worrying about where their next meal feeding America is working to make perfect area each year the feeding America network of food banks prestige billions of pounds of good food that would have gone to waste the food is given to families and children in need being a kid should be about doing things that make an ordinary to extraordinary learning to play an instrument building a sand castle posting tea party hunger should never be an obstacle to growing up you can help and childhood hunger in your community feeding America dot org brought to you by feeding America and the ad council since nineteen eighty nine trees for the future has planted over one hundred fifty five million trees around the world through the support of individuals like you together we train farmers to plant and manage forest gardens that sustainably fee families raise incomes and revitalize the join trees for the future and planting trees that and hunger poverty and deforestation find out more by visiting trees dot org slash radio that's T. R. E. S. dot O. R. G. slash radio play W. C. P. T. W. C. P. T. tune in Stephanie.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Peace report I'm Amy Goodman president trump back down Thursday from his plans to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census after the White House struggled to overcome a Supreme Court ruling saying the administration's justification for its inclusion appears to have been contrived instead trump said he was issuing an executive order to gather information about people citizenship status from federal agencies I am hereby ordering every department and agency in the federal government to provide the department of commerce with all requested records regarding the number of citizens and non citizens in our country they must furnish all legally sensible records in their possession immediately are a burn and senior writer another Jones tweeted quote trump ordering commerce department to still collect citizenship data means GOP you can try to draw districts based on citizenship rather than total population and twenty twenty one GOP gerrymandering guru said this would be advantageous to Republicans and non Hispanic whites on quote census officials have estimated six the half million people will not respond to the census if the citizenship question had been added affecting everything from the redrawing of congressional maps to the allocation of federal funding the fight over the twenty twenty census came as immigrant communities brace for raids by immigration and customs enforcement targeting at least two thousand people and their homes and workplaces in Atlanta Baltimore Chicago Denver Houston Los Angeles Miami New York and San Francisco New Orleans who was among the cities targeted for ice raids this weekend but the city's mayor said enforcement will be temporarily suspended as tropical storm Barry approaches ahead of the planned raids immigrant rights groups have been ramping up efforts to make sure affected communities know their rights this is Tessie Borden of Charlie the coalition for humane immigrant rights of Los Angeles so immigration rain in our community or something that's very traumatic and so when they announced announce them ahead of time I think part of the intent is to sow chaos in our community part of the intent is to try to confuse people to to scare them to put them on edge the ACLU is suing the trump administration arguing the reins violate the constitutional right of immigrants to a court hearing before deportation and mayors across the country have also been standing up to ice in New York San Francisco Chicago Denver and elsewhere after headlines will host a round table discussion with immigration activists from different cities preparing for the raids in New York one of the city's targeted for this weekend's expected ice raids hundreds of immigration activists.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Report, I'm Amy Goodman. Sri. Lanka's defense minister so Sunday's coordinated bombings at churches and hotels across the island nation, where response to last month's tax on mosques by white nationalist gunman who killed fifty Muslim worshippers in the New Zealand city of Christchurch SRI. Lankan officials say a little known Muslim organization called national aid Jamaa carried out the Easter Sunday bombings with another Sri Lankan group known as the j separately the Slavic state group claimed responsibility for the bombings though. It offered no evidence. The death toll from the bombings rose today to three hundred twenty one with more than five hundred injured. Sri Lanka marks national day of mourning. The Trump administration said Monday, it'll fully enforce unilaterally imposed US sanctions against Iran ending a waiver program that allowed some nations to. Continue buying Ronnie and oil without suffering penalties from the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announce the tightening of sanctions Monday, saying the move will benefit Saudi Arabia, another US allies in the Gulf states has been constant discussion with allies partners to help them transition away from Arabian crew to other alternatives and we've been working with major oil producing countries to ensure the market has sufficient volume to minimize the impact on pricing. Both the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates assured us they will ensure an appropriate supply for the markets. Chinese authorities immediately push back against the move to ratchet up sanctions saying jeopardizes talks with the US aimed at ending President Trump's trade war, China's Iran single biggest customer or oil consuming 'bout half of the one million barrels around experts daily Iran's economy has suffered heavily since the Trump administration backed out of the two thousand fifteen Iran nuclear deal, which gave Iran sanctions relief in exchange for a promise not to build nuclear weapons back in the United States. House Judiciary committee has subpoenaed. Former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify to congress may twenty-first as part of an investigation into whether President Trump illegally sought to obstruct special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election Muller's report found Mcgann defy President Trump's demand. He fire Muller threatening to resign rather than carry out. The order Mcgann later did resign. Meanwhile, President Trump and the Trump organization have sued house oversight committee chair Elijah Cummings and a bid to. Washes subpoena demanding ten years worth of Trump's financial records coming subpoenaed. Trump's accountant to produce the documents after the president's former personal attorney Michael Cohen testified that Trump routinely deflated his assets to reduce his taxes. Well, inflating them in order to win Bank loans. Meanwhile, House Democratic leaders warned rank and file lawmakers Monday against pressing for President Trump's impeachment and a conference call with more than one hundred seventy lawmakers Monday evening house speaker, Nancy Pelosi and other senior Democrats warned of the political consequences pressing for impeachment would have on the twenty twenty election. Pelosi said Democrats should instead focus on committee investigations into Trump over the weekend. Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren became the first twenty twenty presidential candidate to call for Trump's and peach -ment during town hall events hosted by CNN, Monday night candidates, Bernie Sanders, Amy klobuchar and Pete Buddha. Judge said they don't support an immediate drive to impeach Trump. Walkout -fornia. Senator Kamla Harris said she supports the idea. I think we have very good reason to believe that there is an investigation that has been conducted which has produced evidence that tells us that this president and his administration engaged in obstruction of Justice. I believe congress should take the steps towards.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Amy Goodman in Sri Lanka, nearly three hundred people were killed and more than five hundred injured after a series of bomb attacks tour through churches and luxury hotels across the island nation Sunday a first round of deadly attacks. Hit busy eastern Easter services at Catholic churches in the heart of Sri Lanka's minority Christian community in and around the capital Colombo as well. As in the eastern city of alot. Bombs also exploded in three luxury hotels in Colombo with another blast striking a hotel near zoo, south of the capital and final blast deprive at home believed to be tied to the attackers Sri Lankan. Government officials blamed a local Slama st- extremist group called the national he'd Joff for the attacks prompting a nationwide curfew for more than twenty one million people Thorens also shut down all social media sites in the wake of the attack including Facebook. What's happened Instagram? Meanwhile, Sri Lanka's, telecommunications minister said a government memos circulated by Sri Lanka's top police official ten days earlier warned of a possible attack. But that the warning was ignored after headlines will go to Colombo to London and to Washington DC for the latest on Capitol Hill. House Judiciary committee chair Jerrold Nadler has subpoenaed the. The Justice department turnover. An unredacted version of the mullahs report along with all evidence obtained by investigators about Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election, the subpoena came President Trump and his media surrogates continued to insist the report showed no evidence that Trump obstructed Justice. And that no one on the Trump campaign committed a crime in two thousand sixteen when Donald Trump junior, Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, another's met, a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton. This is President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani speaking on CNN Sunday, then candidate in the whole world in America would take information negative source from a hostile foreign source says it's even legal who says it's even legal on Friday, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren became the first twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful to call for impeachment proceedings against. President Trump over what she called his repeated efforts to obstruct the molar investigation. I took an oath to the constitution of the United States in the constitution makes clear that the accountability the president is wise through congress in that's the impeachment process. Muller left.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Amy Goodman. President Trump presented his proposed twenty twenty budget Monday, which includes eight point six billion dollars to fund a wall on the US Mexico border more than six times while congress approved for border projects in each of the past two years. The budget also includes an almost five percent increase in military spending while calling for cuts to domestic spending including for both Medicare and Medicaid over the next ten years as well as two federal student loan programs and the supplemental nutrition assistance program or snap funding for the Environmental Protection Agency would be slashed by thirty one percent and the interior departments by by fourteen percent while providing over nine hundred million dollars in law enforcement funding for the agency which would be directed toward border security. Democrats blasted the budget house speaker, Nancy. Said the cruel and short-sighted cuts and President Trump's budget requests our roadmap to a sicker weaker America. We'll have more on the budget with investigative reporter David Kay Charleston later in the broadcast. The New York Times is reporting. The New York attorney general's office issued subpoenas to George Bank as part of an investigation into the Trump organizations real estate dealings. The probe was reportedly spurred by Michael Collins congressional testimony last month in which Trump's former lawyer and fixer asserted Trump regularly inflated has assets and official documents Cohen provided lawmakers with copies of statements that were submitted to Deutsche Bank. The Bank is President Trump's largest lender and loan hundreds of millions of dollars to Trump organization for real estate projects even as other banks refused to do so house speaker Nancy Pelosi told the Washington Post, she's not planning on launching impeachment proceedings against President Trump saying he's not worth it. And that impeach me. -ment is too divisive. She called Trump ethically and intellectually unfit for the presidency. But said congress would require an overwhelming bipartisan reason for impeachment in response, Washington. Congress member from caucus co chair Pramilla Paul said congressional investigation should determine the appropriate course of action and that evidence of a quote consistent pattern of abuse of power or of obstruction of Justice would be grounds for impeachment. Meanwhile, Michigan congress member a sheet, it's is expected to introduce articles of impeachment this month. Algierian president of as but fleet announced Monday, he would no longer seek a fifth term after weeks of popular protests demanding the ailing president stepped down. He's rarely been seen.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Report, I'm Amy Goodman in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi. Talks between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN came to an abrupt end Thursday. After Trump walked out of the talks aimed at reaching denuclearization agreement. Their second summit fell apart over Kim Jong UN's demand the US left. Our sanctions North Korea in exchange for the closure of one nuclear facility. This is President Trump speaking at a news conference before he left, basically they wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety, and we couldn't do that. They were willing to d- new galore JR. Portion of the areas that we wanted, but we couldn't give up all of the sanctions for that. So we continue to work in. We'll see what we had to walk away from that particular suggestion we had to walk away from the the summit's collapse comes just days after House Democrats introduced a resolution to formally end the Korean war after nearly seventy years of conflict after headlines will go to Hanoi to speak with Christine on founder and executive director of women cross DMZ a global movement of women mobilizing to end the Korean war on Capitol Hill. President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen cues ex-boss of committing multiple criminal acts before and after he became president during more than five hours of explosive public testimony before the house oversight committee on Wednesday. Cowen testified Trump had asked him to pay one hundred thirty thousand dollars. Hush money and violation of campaign. Finance laws to adult film star. Stormy Daniels just weeks before the two thousand sixteen election. Offering is evidence a copy of thirty five thousand dollar reimbursement. Check he said Trump wrote to him in two thousand seventeen after Trump became president calling also claimed Trump had advance knowledge that WikiLeaks was preparing to publish a trove of emails to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign Cohen also confirmed the president repeatedly checked in about the status of a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project well into the two thousand sixteen campaign despite his public claims to the contrary Collins testimony came two months before he scheduled to begin a three year presents sentence for lying to congress a series of financial crimes and campaign violations. Cohen told congress he was ashamed of his own failings. I'm ashamed that I chose to take part in concealing. Mr. Trump's illicit axe rather than listening to my own conscience. I am ashamed. Because I know what Mr. Trump.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"I'm Amy Goodman, President Trump's facing mounting legal and political challenges after he declared a national emergency Friday an attempt to circumvent congress and build a wall on the US Mexico border. This is Trump speaking in the rose garden on Friday, the primary fight was on the wall. Everything else we have so much as I said, I don't know what to do with it. We have so much money. But on the wall, they skimped. So I did I was successful in that sense. But I want to do it faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. In addition to the nearly one point four billion dollars of border barrier. Funding contained in the newly pass spending Bill Trump plans to divert federal funds from the military and. Treasury department. Budgets ballooning, the overall cost for the border wall to eight billion dollars far more than the five point seven billion Trump. Previously asked for Trump also said he expects to be sued over the move. But believes Solta may prevail at the supreme court citing has Muslim travel ban is a precedent for sexual legal path, California along with other states, including Minnesota, Oregon in Mexico and Hawaii are planning legal action challenging Trump's emergency declaration house. Democrats say they'll pass a resolution disapproving the declaration while the White House over the weekend indicated Trump veto any congressional efforts to block his plan legal groups, including the ACO you and Public Citizen are also planning to challenge the emergency declaration and court. Hundreds of protests have been planned around the country today in New York City. Demonstrators turned out Friday evening in front of the Trump International. Hotel to protest.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Amy Goodman. The Senate has approved a bipartisan Bill that would rollback sentences for federal personalities including mandatory life terms for third term offenders as well as mandatory sentences for nonviolent drug users and those convicted a firearm crimes senators approved the first step back on a vote of eighty seven to twelve Tuesday after it received the backing of groups across the political spectrum from the conservative cope brothers to the American Civil Liberties union. The house is poised to take up a companion Bill, which is likely to pass President Trump has pledged to sign it into law. The first step act also and sentencing disparities for convictions of crack cocaine versus powder, cocaine distinction long lead to deep racial disparities in prison terms. The Bill only effects federal prisoners who make up less than ten percent of the more than two million US prisoners. The Bill is a major priority of senior White House adviser and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner, whose father spent time in a federal prison in Washington DC federal judge has delayed sentencing for Michael Flynn, President Trump's former national security advisor after expressing disgust that Flynn lied to federal investigators Flynn's acknowledge he lied about his meeting with Russia's ambassador during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign admitted he worked as an underwriter stirred foreign agent for Turkey's government in an extraordinary to our hearing US district judge Emmet Sullivan Tuesday blasted Flynn for his conduct pointing to an American flag inside the courtroom as he said, arguably you sold your country out. Judge Sullivan offer to hold off on sentencing Flynn agreed to continue to aid federal prosecutors with special counsel Robert Mueller's probe and other criminal investigation. Flynn agreed to the deal delaying any sentencing until at least March the court sees Flint's passport and ordered him to remain within fifty miles of Washington. DC at the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders deflected questions about Flynn's court appearance. Saying only that the White House is concerned that Flynn lied to the FBI. Certainly conservative. That's something for the court to make that determination. And we'll let them do. The President Trump's charitable foundation will be dissolved under court supervision under an agreement reached Tuesday with New York state's attorney general who says the Trump family used the charity as a virtual piggy Bank for self-dealing. Prosecutors say the Donald J Trump foundation gave little or no money to charity and instead served to advance Donald Trump's business and political ambitions, including a legal coordination with Trump's two thousand sixteen campaign. The charity was also used to settle lawsuits against Trump family businesses, and even to purchase a ten thousand dollar portrait of Donald Trump hung at one of Trump's golfers sorts among those who gave money to the Trump foundation where pro wrestling moguls, Vince, and Linda McMahon who became the charities biggest contributor with five million dollars in donations. Trump later named Linda McMahon is head of the small business administration. Tuesday settlement includes a ten year ban on Donald. Trump running a nonprofit organization his three oldest children will each barred from working for any charity for a year. The White House appeared to back away Tuesday from its threats to shut down the federal government, unless lawmakers grant, President Trump at least five billion dollars to expand the wall on the US Mexico border, White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said Trump will seek other ways to fund an expanded border wall. After members of Trump's own Republican party balked at the prospect of furloughing, hundreds of thousands of workers just before Christmas Trump previously said he would be proud to shut down the government over the border wall. Congressional leaders. Now say they're likely headed toward agreeing to another short-term spending increase that will see the government funded into the new year and the next session of congress. When Democrats take control of the house mother photographs last month fleeing tear gas fired by US border guards near the port of entry between Tijuana. Mexico and San Diego, California with her children has applied for a Silom in the United States Maria. Messa a thirty nine year old Honduran woman was captured in Reuters photograph that went viral in November it shows Messer rushing her two young daughters to safety as a cloud of tear gas spreads nearby. The photo drew international outrage and highlighted the plight of thousands of migrants living in squalid encampments and Tijuana waiting their turn to apply for asylum in the US a right enshrined under international law on Tuesday message and her five children were allowed to apply for asylum, but only after Democratic Congress members Jimmy Gomez and the net baragan intervened on their behalf. The lawmakers camped out overnight with messes family and other migrants on US soil near the OJ may support of entry surrounded by metal barriers and border guards. In riot gear. This is congress member Gomez..
Autopsy review: Man slain by police in Alabama mall was shot from behind
"Mantech FitzGerald Bradford junior was killed by police after they responded to a shooting at a mall in. A suburban Birmingham where two teenagers were injured. A lawyer. For Bradford's family says the autopsy confirms the victim was not a threat, and that he was moving away from the police next door media group has announced it will acquire Tribune media for over four billion dollars making it the largest provider of local television stations in the United States in August Tribune media pulled out of a proposed merger with right-wing Sinclair broadcast group the FCC it expressed concerns about the merger with Sinclair despite rolling back rules that prevented consolidation and local media markets in two thousand seventeen and in Canada. Indigenous activists have been physically blocking the construction of the largest fracking project in Canada's history members of the onus data clan stopped TransCanada corporation workers from entering their territory on November twentieth. The land on the western coast of Canada is in the path of the plan. Four point seven billion dollar coastal gas linked pipeline. Last week TransCanada applied for an injunction against the indigenous community an attempt to gain access to the land. This is free to Houston a spokesperson for the camp. The projects going to impact our water or salmon or berries or medicine. Everything that is our critical infrastructure is that if the court grunts them that injunction dot gives the police the right to try and come in and do a raid and pick us down, which would they would try to take us out of our own home. We haven't committed no crime. We're just living on our land. We've never thirty feeder surrendered or land. We've never lost through treaty or any other means and we've never given up our decision making power to any outside entities and a correction to an earlier story. Edward Felipe is the prime minister of France, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman. Welcome to all of our viewers across the country and around the world. We'll begin today's show by continuing to look back at the legacy of George H W Bush the nation's forty first president who died on Friday at the age of ninety four bodies now lying and arrest that the capital funeral service will be held at Washington National cathedral on Wednesday, former presidents, Barack Obama Bill Clinton Jimmy Carter and Bush's son, George W Bush will attend as will President Trump who was not invited to speak. A second funeral will be held Thursday in Houston where George H W Bush will be buried. Well, president. Bush's death has dominated the news for days. Little attention has been paid to the defining event of Bush's first year in office, the invasion of Panama and December nineteenth nineteen Eighty-nine. President Bush sent tens of thousands of troops into Panama stencil to execute an arrest warrant against its leader Manuel Noriega on charges of drug trafficking. General Noriega was once a close ally of Washington on the payroll and a nationally televised address. Bush claimed the invasion was needed to defend democracy in Panama last night.
"amy goodman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Piece report Amy Goodman, many Hasson is our guest a columnist for the intercept host of the deconstructed podcast. Also is host of up front for Al Jazeera English. You mentioned the Iran contra scandal, if you can explain what the Iran contra scandal was so in the nineteen eighties. Congressional bound on the United States government supporting the contra rebels in Nicaragua. You're trying to bring down a communist government in South America. And you have this issue where the Reagan administration decided to sell weapons to Iran, which is supposedly an enemy country that time fighting a row and use the proceeds from that money to fund the contras in violation of a congressional about. There was a massive investigation was a huge scandal. Think Russia gate times ten the time in the nineteen eighties. Reagan obesity left office without being punished for it. They will. A special counsel Bob Mueller Stahl which was tossed to look into this Lawrence Walsh, a former deputy attorney general under Eisenhower, I think it was when he tried to look into this. He found resistance from Reagan's successor, George Hw Bush. We're now being told what honest and transparent. Manny was he followed the rule of law. Unlike Donald Trump today and yet at the time he refused to Dari. He refused to cooperate with the special counsel. We refused to give an interview sounds familiar doesn't Amy and then he pulled and the six top perpetrators Elliot Abrams. New on casper Weinberger Reagan's Defense Secretary and the special counsel report, which is online you can go and look at it. Now, very very clearly says the Bush helped perpetrate the cover of Bush did not cooperate. And he says, I think it's the first time a president paldon someone on the eve of a troll, the president would have had to testify. That's what Bush senior did when we're told today or look at the difference between George Bush senior Donald Trump. Well, when it comes to obstruction of Justice when it comes to cover up actually, there were more similar than some of the media, and some of the journalists would have you believe? Well, let's turn to the Gulf war in January of nineteen Ninety-one, George H W Bush addressed the nation on the invasion of Iraq. Is I report to you air attacks are underway against military targets in Iraq. We are determined to knock out Saddam Hussein's nuclear bomb potential. So may I ask why? Now, why not wait the answer is clear. The world could wait no longer. That's president George H W Bush in January of nineteen ninety one. Of course, flags were at half-mast in Washington this weekend, as they were in Kuwait, many Hassan, you remind us very important part of the story, the leader to what took place, and how it was the US responded the way they did to Iraq and Kuwait. Yes. Tell that story. So. You heard the statement from Georgia Bush senior, look, let's be very clear Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait illegally in violation of international law. He was it was a brutal occupation of Kuwait. No one's denying any of that. But what? Bush senior told the country was that this came without any warning without any provocation when in actual fact, his own ambassador at that time in Iraq, the US ambassador, April Glaspie toll Saddam just weeks before the invasion that we in America have no opinion on your border dispute with Kuwait. It was interpreted as a green light historians. Many historians just that that was a green light to Saddam from the Bush administration to invade off to Saddam invaded. We were also told by Bush senior that we have to go in to protect Saudi Arabia because that was coming next that I'm was about to invade Saudi as well. There were Iraqi troops massing on the border. In fact, one reporter named gene. Went went and bought some private commercial satellite data and found the Iraqi troops massing on the border to invade Saudi Arabia. It was another lawyer like you some told in the run-up to the two thousand three invasion. So it was a wall built on Hof truths. Evasions lies. No one's denying Saddam invaded what? George Bush told the nation was not the full truth and even all three went to war as you mentioned in your introduction. How many civilians were killed the United States government bombed an air raid shelter in Baghdad the Maria Schell to kill more than four hundred civilians Human Rights, Watch called a serious violation of the laws of war because the US knew US have been told before the US until knew that that was a place with civilians were congregating. They didn't just an air raid shelter, Amy. They bombed power stations, electricity-generating facilities, food-processing plums. Flour mills the civilian infrastructure, and this was not collateral damage. Planas from the United States government told the Washington Post told Baltin Gilman in one thousand nine hundred one but they were doing this on purpose. So that they would have leverage with a post war Iraq, which would be forced to supplication in the international arena for foreign assistance. And we know what happened next with the sanctions with the devastation that came in the nineties, and the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi kids who died that all started on George Bush senior's watch. Well, I want to go back to the election of George H W Bush during his one thousand nine hundred eighty eight presidential bid his campaign released. A now notorious television ad called weekend. Passes Bush and Dukakis on crime Bush supports the death penalty for first degree murderers. Dukakis not only opposes the death penalty allowed first degree murderers to have weekend passes from prison. One was Willie Horton who murdered a boy and a robbery stabbing him nineteen times despite a life sentence or receive ten weekend passes from prison. Orden fled kidnapped a young couple stabbing. The man and repeatedly raping his girlfriend weekend prison passes Dukakis on crime. That was the ad that Lee at Wor Lianne water, Roger Ailes and layout water top aides to George Bush at the time would apologize for on his deathbed. Explain how significant this was. Hugely significant Amy and even today in media journalism classes across the country that ad is taught that added studied until Donald Trump came along until the migrant caravan came along it was considered to be the most racist ad in modern American political history was in one thousand nine hundred election, and George Bush and his team decided that they were going to tie Michael Dukakis as the Massachusetts liberal queue this block rapist who had been released on the weekend fellow program. I think there's a quote from the reason we're going to talk about Willie holding so much. The people are gonna think he's Michael Dukakis his running mate. And this was Bush senior approved of this Bush senior talked about a Willie Horton in press conferences, and he never apologized. He never watch one deathbed apologize. Bush senior never apologize Roger stone. Amy, one of the most vile political operatives of all time close advisor to Donald Trump woman. Visit to Richard Nixon. He went up water and the Bush campaign and said, you will regret this because this is a clearly ways that when we're just stones telling you that you. To racist know you've gone too far and yet on Saturday on Sunday. I heard former Bush aides and advisers going on cable news saying he was a thoroughly decent, man. He believed in civility. He didn't believe in Ranga. He wanted to unify Americans have two words in response to that women Horta. In fact, as you quote, layout bragged at the time by the time, we're finished. They're going to wonder whether Willie Horton is dukakis's running mate. And he was talking about a policy that was actually law in a number of states, including California. India? I think Reagan had signed off on a similar thing. It was a deliberate attempt to stoke racial division to scare white voters into thinking, the Michael Dukakis was going to release a bunch of black murderers, rapists, or we're gonna come and kill and rape them. It was vicious and even recently. So ironic is the same cable news. Who have been praising George Bush it to the hilt since Saturday morning. Weeks ago, they were all referring to Willie Horton when they were condemning Donald Trump's migrant caravan on, you know, the ad that came out during the midterms about the Democrats let in this murderer cop killer. We were all reminded of William Houghton back then. But it seems like we won't make the logical connection which says the Willie Horton came from the Bush senior campaign this guy who was supposed to be a throwback to an era of civility and decency yet he had no problem running this racist election coming nor did he ever problem escalating a racist drug war. Let's talk about that drug war, and what George H W Bush did especially around the issue of crack. Yes. So he sat in the White House in the Oval Office in one thousand nine thousand nine and he held up a bag of crack cocaine, which he said famously, well, this was found just outside the White House in a park across from the White House dots. How about the drug problem is it was a great dramatic visual? And yet we discovered thanks to reporting from the Washington Post that drug dealer the drug seller have been arrested by federal agents. Yes. In Lafayette square, but he'd been to quote with those federal agents he was told to come and sell his white undercover operative. He's even huddled tape. I believe saying will where is the White House. What's the address? I've no idea how to get that this is pure cynicism. Amy to use this in this flake stunt, basically to mislead the nation from his supposedly honest Republican president which then led to a one and a half billion dollar increase in spending. Which is what Bush senior for he called for more. Prosecutors more jails more prison more courts, and we know how that story ends, Amy. Mouse incarceration imprisonment disproportionately of young black men. Lives lost thousands of innocent lives lost in the so-called drug war, both at home and abroad. And today, you have people at rand Paul Republican Senator who will emit Republican Senator Chris Christie will say this was a failed and racist drug war. Well, Nettie house, and I wanna thank you for being with us columnist for the intercept host of other of the deconstructed podcast. Most recent piece for the intercept will link to the ignored legacy of George H W Bush war crimes racism, obstruction of Justice. Tomorrow will look at what happened in Panama, George W Bush is invasion of Panama, and the thousands of people who died there as this week. We continue to honor the dead. This is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warring piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, looking at now the legacy of George H W Bush by taking a closer look at the former president's record on HIV and aids. Bush died the day of world aids day rave in the evening. An irony not lost on many HIV aids. Activists who remember Bush senior for his lack of action in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s as the HIV aids crisis raged on. On Bush said little about the crisis during his vice presidency under Ronald Reagan who didn't even mention aids for over six and a half years of his presidency despite promises to do more after he was elected president, George H W Bush refused to address and fund programs around HIV aids education and prevention as well as drug treatment for more we're joined by Steven Thrasher. Journalists doctoral candidate in American studies at New York University recently appointed the Daniel h Randburg Cherif media coverage and sexual and gender minorities at Northwestern University. He'll begin next year..
"amy goodman" Discussed on Women in Business
"So that's how I how I sort of made the exodus out of the racing industry. Full-time? But then something happened to you in two thousand eight what was that? We all know two thousand eight was a disaster year for business. Yes, myself included. So I did transition. And when I was eight years old when I was eight years old. I was sitting in my fourth grade class. And I said I'm going to retire when I'm old and that'll be when I'm forty. Yeah. Did we all think that? Yeah. So yes, I did retire when I was forty one. And I you know, I had enough assets. And I was managing my investments and Ben came two thousand and eight and I had invested most of my cash in the Florida real estate markets. And so you know, naturally like twenty five percent of the population. I'd lost ninety percent of my money by wealth. And so I said all right. Well, it's time for you to pick yourself up by your bootstraps put your big girl panties on and go back into the traditional workforce. And that's what I did. So you you serve as chairperson of landmarks worldwide corps supervisor program, and you have something called communication to produce results. So tell us about that. Sure. Well, for those of you use some of you may have heard of landmark education or the landmark forum, I got so much value out of the landmark foreign I opted to participate in all of their programs that people tease me and say, you know, you have a PHD in communication. Yeah. You became a groupie. Well, hard. I appreciate the sentiment yet. Hardly work, very hard. With a with a really a commitment to be this to people and to make a viable career out of it. So that I could work and that I could play and that I could have my work be an expression of my work and my play, and that was really get a transformed myself from being a more technical person with some business Accu men to being able to work with people in a way that I could hear what's important to them and have the skills to work at through with them, really fast. So. Landmark puts on weekend seminars in some longer courses. And I saw the opportunity to contribute at a at a different level. But also to be developed in skills that I didn't have and I'm now accountable for just about five hundred plus people from all different walks of life with all different types of careers and everything from doctors to people who own companies to people who are retired and focusing on their golf game. And it's quite rewarding. Well, you know, they're hard about nine thousand coaches out there. What makes you different? And why would someone choose you over someone else because you know, ten years ago well twenty years ago, nobody even knew what a coach was except for an athletic coach, and then about ten years ago coaching really started to take off. And now, it seems like everybody you talked to is a life coach of some form or another. So what makes you different? They're back. You're saying in that time line. There was a a group of people that were a group of people who got together and said we're gonna develop some ethical standards for with the coaching industry is and so the international coach federation coach you were formed..
"amy goodman" Discussed on Women in Business
"Able to get the attention of our warehouse distributor to buy back. Our entire in our entire inventory, and then I was able to sell the balance of the inventory to the one of our competitors, frankly. But when I got into the racing industry full on. I was the only one, and I was young and I was attractive, and I was somewhat sheltered. And there was no listening for a woman in the racing industry except maybe on the snap on calendar or serving food during the meal breaks. And so my mentor Marvin Amy some really good advice that was tough to adhere to frankly, but he gave me some good advice. He said, you can't date any of these men. He said because you're a woman forging a career in that completely male dominated industry end, you made these men to endear you. But if you date even just one of them, the other ones will although maybe hidden from their view, they'll start to ask themselves. Well, why not me why did she pick him or all of those complications? And again, I want to say it was very difficult. And then let's say so the next piece of that. Right. That's the relationship part. The next pace is a car would be on the race track. And I would be collecting data. And then I would analyze the data after let's say a practice session. And the driver would be saying, I need more worst. Powered this car doesn't have enough force power. And I would be analyzing the data just like at a cardiologists. Does with an EKG how they read it a Katy, and I would say except here's the problem race car driver. You have more horsepower. But you have to actually put your foot to the floor. I could see they weren't pushing their pedal to the floor. But the challenge I faced Gail is that. They wouldn't really listen to me one of the men excuse me, one of the men had to then say exactly what I said over time this transformed, but it was really that way for a number of years. Well, you know, I can imagine that because I know that in corporate meetings. A lot of women have told me that they say something, and nobody pays attention to them. But then when a man says the same thing it's listened to very often approved and very often acted on. And again, when I teach when I did teach communication, and I talked about, you know, how you present yourself and how you get yourself heard and so forth. It was it's really tone of voice. It's how you project yourself. It's a lot of different things. And that's why voice communication is so important, and I served as chair of the better. In fact, I was the first one. Woman to chair the third largest Better Business Bureau in the country. And I I brought a lot of innovation to it. Which passed because I was very I was a good presenter. And that's why a lot of things that I did work. But how did you make the transition from calibrating race, car engines through the human side of business? Yeah. You know, just to follow on something you said as we transition to that question. Yeah. You probably note of Peter Drucker, and he famously said that however good. Our strategy culture will always eat our strategy for breakfast about the culture of something. That's right. That's true. Well, after you know, twenty plus years in the industry, I took a program it's a five day class. Of course that one of the engineers. At General Motors had recommended General Motors Ford and Reebok and. Many others. They reimburse or pay for their employees to participate in this five day program. And one of the engineers said, you know, immune should really take. This course. So I did. And it's called the landmark forum. And I participated in the Courson I discovered in. That course that you know, I could. Take everything in the way of business acumen that I've developed and my real passion for people and really be responsible for creating a future that I love it's going to be scary. So I mustered up the courage. I told Marvin that I was going to start working part time in eventually leave. And I took all of the classes that I could take to develop myself into somebody who could listen. Somebody who could ask many questions somebody who could be effective in dialogue with other people and have them fulfil on what's important to them..
"amy goodman" Discussed on Women in Business
"It's we had to learn and learn fast. And so my mentor who was a brilliant businessman. He jumped just like you coach people an opportunity was put in front of him to go back into the auto racing industry. He was retired racer, and we sold off all of the inventory and. I was studying computers in college, and he had an entire organization of people who were proficient with grace cars and chassis setup and all the stuff, but none of them had ever seen a computer. So when he ordered all of his new equipment, transforming the business into a racing enterprise all of the equipment came, and it was all computerized. And I was the only person in his organization that it ever seen a computer. So it became a perfect marriage of skills. I became an expert at the internal combustion engine. And then you know, it was all from there. So, you know, I mean, that's quite a story. But again, it goes back to when a big box store comes into your area. I know the little tiny boutique type of businesses almost always panic and unless they do something really really different or. Unusual. They're left behind. So what are some of the obstacles you overcame in business as a woman in a male dominated industry? It's a great question Gail. So when the some first of all when this new mass merchandiser came in and the new type repair shops came in that were a bit on ethical. We were faced with having a. Store. Foale auto parts, and I was able to force through negotiating skills. I was.
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"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.
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"In Spain up to a million people took to the streets of Barcelona Tuesday to celebrate Catalonia's national day and to demand Catalonia's independence from Spain. Last October the Spanish government seized control of Catalonia after its leaders held a band. Independence
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Bobby Seale, Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn on Police Repression, Fred Hampton Murder & Prison Strike
"Sir. This is democracy. Now democracy now or the warrant piece report. I'm Amy Goodman with one gun solace with part two of today's edition of fifty years ago that right fifty years ago this week, the nineteen sixty eight democratic national convention in Chicago became a national spectacle as a major political event turned into chaos that culminated with a police riot, much of it unfolding on live national television. While Hubert Humphrey was nominated as the democratic candidate in nineteen sixty eight inside despite the fact he didn't run in any primaries outside was where the news was where police were clubbing teargassing thousands of protesters. For more. We continue our interviews with Bobby Seale founding chairman, Black Panther party was in the protests at the beginning in Chicago. Bill Ayers was arrested on August twenty seven fifty years ago and Bernardine Dohrn both Bernardine and Bill longtime activists for peace and racial Justice, former SDS that students for a democratic society and whether underground members. I mean, he Goodman with Juan Gonzalez one? Yes. Yes. With Bobby Seale again to follow up a Bobby on the conversation. We were having that the end of our previous segment when you were talking about how once Richard Nixon was elected president, he ordered. His aides to begin immediate eradication of the Black Panther party. One of the interesting things that most people are not aware of is that years later report came out in the New York Times that the f. b. i. had conducted a CPR secret poll among black Americans and found that more than twenty five percent of African Americans were supporters of the Black Panther party felt that the Black Panther party was fighting. Their interest is significant portion of the America of the African American population of this country was supportive of of your revolutionary organization. And yet as you were saying Nixon immediately ordered that you be crushed, could you talk about what happened in that first few years of the Nixon administration to the panther party. Exactly the year of nineteen sixty nine is the year. Now, remember I said he had a meeting with j. Edgar Hoover and Jade ago who were in the December the first week of December stated nationally on television that we were threat to the internal, the blackout, the party is a threat to the internal security of America. Come come. What was February seventeenth seventeenth. John a buddy Carter and John Huggins will murdered at UCLA. They were the leaders of the black path to party and loss Angeles California now. But she Carter really had gotten out of his gang group. 'cause he, he ran a three thousand member gang and he created a political organization call wretched of the earth delay to become and he later became rub. They headed up to southern California chapter the black part in the Los Angeles community. Eric, the what I'm trying to say here is that. That was the first attack on the part of the power structure using the us organization, etcetera. In a conflict situation to kill and murder. The leaders of the Los Angeles chapter, the blackout, the party do that process in the next three or four months. They attack more than twenty two offices I'm talking about in Indiana. I'm talking about the, they blew up the office and demands. I will literally got the crew Clinton of blew up that blow up that building. And I'm telling you. In San Diego brother. Bell was opening up to San Diego office at eight AM in the morning, and the police and FBI came jumped out of cars and came into place and shot him dead killing murdering. So I'm just says that period of tacking by the end of that year with the murder of Fred Hampton and then the shootout in Los Angeles, four days later after that cetera I have in my organization, I had twenty eight dead blackout to party members sixty nine wounded and defending ourselves. We defended ourselves and many of these attacks. By the end of that year, fourteen police were kill because we shot back when they came in shooting in us. We did not play. We shot back
Russian hackers targeted U.S. Senate, think tanks: Microsoft
"Time in the history of the Roman Catholic church the pope is addressed a letter to the entire population of one point two billion Catholics on the topic. Of sex abuse by clergy in the scathing two thousand word letter pope Francis wrote we showed no care for the little ones we abandoned, them unquote last week in Pennsylvania a grand jury report revealed how more than three hundred. Catholic priests sexually abused one. Thousand children possibly thousands more in Pennsylvania over more than seven, decades and that the church, leadership covered up the
Trump EPA to freeze Obama-era fuel standards for cars, light trucks
"Democracy now democracy now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman the Environmental Protection Agency said. Thursday it will freeze Obama era fuel economy standards at twenty twenty levels and. The latest blow, by the Trump administration against efforts to curb catastrophic climate change under previous roles the US was on track to double fuel mileage standards to an average of nearly fifty five miles per gallon by twenty twenty-five under the new rules automakers will be allowed to continue selling cars and light trucks in the US that average about thirty miles per gallon the Trump administration also plans to revoke California's authority to set its own tougher automobile emission standards California governor Jerry Brown said his state would lead seventeen other, states in a legal challenge against the move tweeting California will fight this stupidity, and every, conceivable way possible United Nations officials have condemned President Trump's rhetoric against the media in a joint statement u n special rapporteurs at the interim commission on Human rights David Kay and Edison Lonza said of Trump quote. These attacks run counter to the country's obligations to respect press freedom and international. Human rights law, where specially concerned that these attacks increase the risk of journalists being targeted with violence unquote there warning came as Trump continued to assail the media this is Trump speaking at a campaign rally in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania Thursday evening there has never been an even these people back here these horrible horrendous people Even. These people back there so it looks like the Academy. Awards is so many But.
Chinese Goods May Face 25% Tariffs, Not 10%, as Trump's Anger Grows
"Dot or the warrant piece report I'm Amy Goodman President Donald Trump. Called Wednesday for his attorney general to immediately end special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election prompting critics to charge the president is guilty of obstructing Justice, and a Wednesday morning tweets, storm Trump, wrote this, is a terrible situation in Terni general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged. Witch hunt right now before it continues to stay in, our country, any further. Congressman Adam Schiff the ranking. Democrat on the house intelligence committee responded this. Is an attempt to obstruct Justice hiding in plain sight America must never accept it At the White House senior administration officials. Claimed Trump was merely expressing an opinion this is White House. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Look the president is not obstructing he's fighting back the president is stating his opinion. He stating at. Clearly and he's certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of, corruption that we've seen from people like Jim Komi Peter Struck Andrew McCabe, President. Trump's call for an end, to the Muller, probe came on the second. Day of his former campaign manager's trial in Alexandria Virginia Paul Manafort. Faces eighteen charges including tax fraud Bank fraud and money laundering prosecutors told the jury Manafort hid much of the sixty million dollars. He earned from lobbying as an unregistered foreign agent on behalf, of pro, Russian Ukrainian, officials by stashing it in undisclosed overseas accounts witnesses, describe Manafort is spending lavishly from the accounts on cars, luxury goods home renovations even at fifteen thousand dollar ostrich skin leather jacket President Trump. Weighed in on the trial and a tweet suggesting Manafort. Is being treated worse, in jail, than the. Notorious Lobster Al Capone in south Texas the American immigration lawyers. Association says a. Migrant toddler who is separated from her family is part of the President Trump, zero tolerance border policy died shortly after being released from the Dili family, detention. Center he Houston-based lawyer Gani, tweeted the child, died following her stay at. An ice detention center as a result of possible negligent care and. A respiratory illness she contracted from one of the other children unquote last year lawyers with the ACO you and several other groups. Sued ice alleging it have been violating its own policy by, locking up, pregnant women, at Delhi and four other immigration jails the death, came as about seven hundred children forcibly separated from their, parents at the border have still not been reunited with them A federal court has declared. President Trump's executive order withholding funds from sanctuary cities in California unconstitutional however Wednesday's ruling by a three judge panel. On the ninth US circuit. Quarter of appeals will lift a nationwide injunction against Trump's crackdown on sanctuary cities a lower court is now slated to consider reimposing. That in Changcheng cities across California and then me and the other states, have passed sanctuary. City policies, barring local police from cooperating, with federal immigration agencies the New York Times reports that Trump. Administration's considering a plan to sharply. Reduce the number of refugees allowed to settle in the United States the plan which has the support of Trump's anti-immigrant senior policy. Adviser Stephen Miller would cap the number of refugees resettled next year to twenty five thousand forty percent drop. From the current cap the number of refugees allowed into the US by the Trump administration has slowed to a near trickle with The country already on pace to allow in the, fewest number of refugees since the federal refugee resettlement. Program was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty in Zimbabwe's capital Harare soldiers and police used tear gas water cannons and live ammunition Wednesday, to clear protesters who taken to the streets to allege Monday's presidential. And parliamentary vote was rigged at least three people were shot dead scores more left injured many of them film being beaten. By soldiers a spokesperson for the opposition party movement for democratic change called the violence and attack on democracy Deployment of tanks and fighting a fly munition on civilians porno apart in Greece Civilians are allowed to demand the specs of their rights, in an awful manner This order, may be dealt with by the police who are best trained for public quote Soldiers are trained to kill during war We. Are seriously to wonder what, this means are we in. War civilians the enemy of the state the deadly crackdown on protests came after election. Returns showed president Emmerson mnangagwa's ruling Zanu PF party. Is heading for a large parliamentary majority there's been no announcement, of a winner in the presidential race prompting international election observers to question the credibility of the vote in the Democratic Republic of Congo and new investigation by vice news bolsters evidence of. Ethnic cleansing of the. Haleema ethnic minority in the eastern province the violence began last December is hundreds of machete-wielding. Militiamen swept through areas west of lake Albert on Congo's border with Uganda about one hundred twenty communities were attacked with hundreds killed thousands. Of homes destroyed and. Some, three, hundred fifty thousand. People displaced investigative journalists Nick terse reports. The violence came after the US abruptly Support for peacekeeping. Efforts last year as part of President Trump's America first policies President Trump doubled down and his growing trade war with China Wednesday threatening. To increase tariffs on. A, range, of Chinese products. From ten percent to twenty five percent The tariffs would target some two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods Trump launched a tit for tat series, of, tariffs, after talks with. Beijing broke down in may prompting what Chinese officials have called the largest trade war in economic history Google is preparing to launch a service in China that allow Chinese sensors to block. Search terms, about human rights democracy religion and peaceful protests that's, according to the intercept which reports the. Project codename Dragonfly was launched in the spring of last year and. Accelerated after Google CEO met with a top Chinese government official in December. In response Patrick, Poon of, Amnesty International told the intercept quote the biggest search engine in the world obeying the censorship in China is a victory for the Chinese government it sends. A signal that nobody, will bother to challenge the censorship anymore he said Amnesty International, says, hackers recently targeted one of its staffers and a sophisticated surveillance effort by a hostile government to Spy on the group's work the staffer who was working on a campaign calling for the release of jailed women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia received an anonymous message and our Beck and. WhatsApp smartphone, application the message was found to contain a link, that would install the malware program Pegasus. Developed by an Israeli cyber intelligence firm which allows a third party. To spy extensively on an encrypted phones calls photos and messages amnesty warns. The attack was, likely part, of a much broader effort to spy on activists in several countries across Asia Africa and Europe The Trump administration's. Cleared the way for insurance companies to expand their sales.
Pakistan parties vow to oppose Khan, say vote was 'rigged'
"Now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman federal officials say, seven hundred eleven immigrant children remain separated and in US custody after the Trump administration. A court imposed deadline to reunite all twenty five hundred families separated the US Mexico border government lawyers claim the seven. Hundred eleven children are not eligible for unification more than four hundred thirty of them have parents who've already been, deported, from the United States and response ACLU lawyer legal aren't said in a statement. Quote where thrilled for the families who are finally reunited but many more remain separated the Trump administration is trying to. Sweep them, under the rug by unilaterally picking and choosing who is eligible for, reunification he said, this comes amidst nationwide protests against Trump zero-tolerance immigration policies and Louisville Kentucky police arrested nine activists Thursday as they non Violently locked themselves, together, to block elevators inside an immigration court building in Washington DC scores of people. Led by children held a sit in protest against family separations and the Hart Senate office building the children wore t. Shirts emblazoned, with the phrase I am a child evoking the man protests led, by Dr Martin, Luther King junior fifteen years ago Elsewhere on Capitol Hill a, majority of House Democrats joined Republicans Thursday. To vote in favor of a massive seven hundred seventeen billion dollar military spending Bill the national defense authorization act the three hundred fifty. Nine to fifty four vote favors a. Bill that would deliver record military spending with seventy billion dollars for ungoing US wars and twenty two billion dollars for nuclear weapons programs including a. New submarine-launched low-yield nuclear missile the Bill now moves to the Senate which could vote on it as early as next week President Trump's former personal attorney and, fixer Michael, Collins prepared to tell special counsel Robert Muller Trump knew in advance about a meeting at Trump Tower in June of two thousand sixteen where Russians were offering dirt on Hillary Clinton the revelation first reported by CNN suggest Trump may have lied publicly when he, said he had no, knowledge of the meeting which was attended by his son Donald Trump junior his Son, in law Jared Kushner Paul Manafort his campaign manager and others along with Natalia veselnitskaya a Russian lawyer with ties to Russia's prosecutor-general meanwhile members of the right wing house freedom caucus backed off Thursday from their efforts to impeach deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the top Justice, department official overseeing Robert Muller's investigation Republican. Congress member and freedom caucus chair Mark meadows says he will instead seek to charge Rosenstein with contempt of congress if he doesn't turn. Over documents meadows seeking Rosenstein has said. The documents contain personal data information about intelligence sources and other sensitive information the impeachment effort came over the objections of Republican House speaker Paul Ryan. As well as attorney general Jeff Sessions who said Thursday he backed the Justice Department's number two official Ma deafening rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the, highest confidence, in him In Pakistan former cricket star turned politician Imran Khan has declared victory in. Wednesday's, national. Election head of a final tally expected to confirm Khan's PTI party won the largest share of open seats. In parliament cons victory came as his, rivals alleged massive vote rigging charging that Pakistan's powerful military cited unfairly. With Hans campaign and victory address from MRs Slama about home Khan said, the election had been fair and. Historic onto believe this was Pakistan's most transparent election and I believe Pakistanis have. Never participated in an election the, way they did today whatever the positions has about rigging we're willing to investigate it with them Imran. Khan promise as prime minister he'll stamp out government corruption while. Working, to uplift poor Pakistanis and he promised to improve relations with, China and the United States cons PTI party fell short. Of an outright majority meaning. Connell need the support of at least One rival party in order to form a. Coalition government, in the Gaza. Strip Palestinians have called for renewed protests against Israel's. Stifling blockade of the basij territory Friday's plan protests. Followed the deaths of three Palestinians and one Israeli soldier Wednesday. After Israeli snipers massacred one hundred twenty four Palestinians while wounding some fourteen thousand others after the nonviolent great March of return protests began in Gaza on March. Thirtieth Meanwhile Israel is preparing to release seventeen year old Palestinian. Prisoner ahead Tamimi to family on Sunday as she completes an eight month prison sentence to. Me became a hero to, Palestinians after viral video showed her. Slopping soldier nearer family's home in the. Occupied West Bank the incident came, just after to me learned her cousin had been gravely wounded, by necessarily soldier who shot him in the head using a rubber. Coated. Steel bullet to east case drew international attention on Thursday visiting artists completed a massive mural Paying tribute to me on the Palestinian side of the West Bank separation barrier in, Bethlehem this is Palestinian activists ODA If you will Linnea what little today, as the Palestinians, prepare PayPal nationally officially for the release of the heroic child, ahead to Mimi we're surprised by those three people who came from all over the world to pin the photo of.
United States, Seattle and Israel discussed on Overnight America
"In the eastern city of jalalabad in a suicide bomb attack targeting a group of six and hindus who were waiting to meet afghan president shroff johnny on sunday among the victims of the attack was off carson khalsa he's the only candidate running in afghanistan's upcoming parliamentary elections in october the bombing came less than twenty four hours after another attack in jalalabad in which militants beheaded three workers at boys high school then set fire to the school's library no group has claimed responsibility for either attack though officials have blamed isis militants in gaza thousands of palestinians gathered saturday for funeral procession for yasser natja a child shot and killed by an israeli early sniper during friday protests near the separation fence with israel israeli soldiers have killed at least twentyfive palestinian children so far this year eleven of the children shocked by israel snipers in the head or neck in total israeli soldiers have killed at least one hundred thirty six palestinians and wounded over fourteen thousand more since the palestinians nonviolent great march of return protests began on march thirtieth in syria more than one hundred fifty thousand people have been forced to flee their homes amidst the syrian government's ongoing offensive in the southwest province of the region is one of the last two rebel held territories in syria meanwhile and more news on syria the pentagon's admitted a us air strike on the syrian city of rock last march killed forty civilians the bombing struck a school where displaced civilians were taking refuge a federal judge has temporarily blocked the trump administration from ending the fee emergency housing assistance program for nearly two thousand puerto ricans displaced by hurricane maria the temporary restraining order came after the civil rights group latino justice pearl death sued the administration in portland oregon far rightwing demonstrators clashed with antifascist protesters saturday and what the city declared was a riot the clashes began after the farright patriot prayer group tried to host a rally in downtown portland antifascist protesters gathered for a counter rally at least four people were arrested and seattle washington has become the first major city in the united states to ban plastic straws utensils and other single use plastic items the ban is part of a global effort to reduce plastic waste which was contaminating the oceans and contributing to the global pollution crisis and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warrant piece report i'm amy goodman we begin today's show in mexico.
An Ohio Bill Would Ban All Abortions. It’s Part of a Bigger Plan.
"Carlos puigdemont after he entered germany from denmark terminus authorities may now extradite him to spain where he's facing charges of sedition and rebellion after the catalan government declared independence from spain last october has arrest in germany comes after on friday a spanish court ruled twentyfive catalan leaders will be tried for rebellion or disobeying the state in chile thousands of people took to the streets of the capital santiago for a national march for the right to housing saturday about five thousand people protested real estate speculation and demanded the government provide more quality affordable housing in canada dozens of indigenous youth and their allies were arrested protesting the expansion of kinder morgan's trans mountain pipeline which would triple the amount of oil flowing from burgas tar sands to the coast of british columbia among those arrested in burnaby on saturday where green party leader elizabeth may parliament member kennedy stewart more than one hundred seventy people have been arrested protesting the pipeline over the last week alone back in the united states republican lawmakers in ohio have proposed a bill that would ban all abortions the bill h b five sixty five would also allow prosecutors to pursue criminal charges including murder charges against patients and abortion providers in ohio murder is punishable by the death penalty pro choice advocates say the ohio bill is part of a campaign by antichoice extremists aimed at forcing the supreme court to reconsider its landmark roe v wade decision of nineteen seventythree and in oklahoma teachers are tentatively planning to walk out of school statewide april second unless lawmakers approve increases to their salaries recent report by the bureau of labor statistics shows teachers in oklahoma have the lowest average wages of any us state the proposed strike in oklahoma comes on the heels of historic teachers strike in west virginia and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman in a historic day of action there were more than eight hundred protests on saturday urging lawmakers to pass gun control in washington dc alone organizers say up to eight hundred thousand.
"amy goodman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seven twenty wgn amy goodman rexhepi infra john williams today i didn't know what was going to happen with us on thursday what us this figure to be good we have had i i need to have at playing every whenever i'm walking around a dismisses like your theme jerry people following you jacqueline here at the guts but i would up my coolness allott and i have none so so bar good times people good times i think that's all it up anybody's called pressure we are joined in studio by our good friend john belushi who is the ceo and founder of hope for the day a really really wonderful organization we're talking about this event that's happening on sunday that really was a very cool string of events that they're really it started with ice cream it's now it's culminated into this giant fundraiser in naperville and awareness building and all that you're under to just a boat one more reminder that this event that we've been talking about a sunday from eleven am to one pm at the dairy queen parking lot at eighteen seventeen where lee road in naperville and that's all kinds of stuff going on it's going to be really cool i think they're raising money for hope for the day yes which is one of the organizations that karen the owner of the dairy queen who have written about as long raise money foreign worked with and uh also if you are in naperville or near their can't get there uh they did set up the organizers said of a website at a dili bar dot org uh which redirects to hope for that his website and anyway so check it all out it's cool stuff i've heard great caas yesterday time so we were talking a little bit johnny at out tat about the organization and the worth that you do um and i was really really struck by you know that number that you gave that were at this thirty spike insecticides as their particular age group or it is seeing that more than another or are we seeing that more male than female or who.