35 Burst results for "B. Anthony"
Capitals' Sprong has goal, assist in 4-1 win over Devils
"The Washington Capitals continued their strong start to the season by defeating the New Jersey Devils four to one the devils had won their first two games the camp sort out three oh and one took control early on goals by Anthony map and Dimitri all up in the first ten minutes four to nothing lead Daniel Sprong sentences the goal midway through the second period up to to three nothing strong had assisted on the first goal we got all four lines one sixty mingling goalies McLean greater things are playing a team game and we're disappointed washers ending and we want to come over to get started now that season going again because that's off also contributed a goal and assist caps goalie Vitek Bennett check you'll to just let go beyond the coconut of the devils who played without injured star Jack Hughes I'm John Merriam
Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors
"Merrick Garland was supposed to be on the United States Supreme Court. Remember when justice Antonin Scalia passed away. The great Antonin Scalia. Then president Barack Hussein Obama proposed that we need to have kind of a healing and kind of coming together period, and we're going to have a moderate come on the U.S. Supreme Court. We're going to have Merrick Garland as he's not far to the left. He's not far to the right. He's kind of going to be like Anthony Kennedy. Now to his great credit, senator Mitch McConnell said no, that's not going to happen. We're going to wait to the election. We're going to see what happens. The election occurred, and Merrick Garland remained in limbo. And never got his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland always kind of had the appearance. He always kind of had the disguise, the camouflage, the uniform of being a very moderate individual both in his temperament and also his politics. Merrick Garland always kind of had a way of saying, I don't want to bring the country too far in one direction, but my duty is to the rule of law. Now Merrick Garland has showed his true colors the last 6 or 7 months ever since becoming attorney general of the United States. He is without a doubt, one of the most radical, craven, one of the most dangerous attorney generals in American history, I will even say, in some ways Merrick Garland is doing things that Eric holder and Loretta lynch did not even do when they were attorney general of the United
Curry, Warriors stun James, Lakers 121-114 in opener
"Stephan curry's triple double powered the warriors to a one twenty one one fourteen opening night win over the Lakers last season scoring champion finished with twenty one points ten rebounds and ten assists it's hard to really kind of measure that with the rest of C. spotlight based on you know one game but we focus on what we're doing I live over at over we're going to build it we should be a much better team concert worry so we'll see what happens but you know it's nice when the first lebron James led LA with thirty four points Anthony Davis scored thirty three mark Myers Los Angeles
Barkov breaks tie in 3rd, Panthers defeat Lightning 4-1
"Alexander Barkov scored the go ahead goal three forty into the third period of the Panthers for one decision over the lightning Barkov tally came sixty four seconds after the lightning tied it one all on Brayton point's goal Florida also received goals from defensemen Brandon Montour Anton Lundell and Anthony Duclair rookie netminder Spencer knight made thirty saves in his first start this season for the Panthers Florida is three and for the second straight year Tampa Bay goaltender Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty eight saves in his fourth consecutive start I'm Dave Ferrie
The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates
"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and
The Dumbest People on Earth Go Into Politics and Journalism
"The dumbest people on Planet Earth wind up in Politics and journalism They are morons I have dealt with journalists my entire life These people are idiots If you ask them who is buried in grant's tomb they will sit there and go Man give me a minute Do you got a phone I can throw that in my favorite search engine Google Who's yeah they needed yet Jim says they'll need a hint This is how dumb these people are They are so stupid and they listen to them They manufacture realities This is a perfect example of how it happens Jim queue up cut 11 first Here is one of the dumbest people I met this guy when I used to do hits at CNN Believe me this man has the IQ of a 97 year old sea turtle who is just like drank in a bunch of disposed medicine flushed down the toilet that made it into the ocean This is a genuine turd burglar a really stupid human being who I'm telling you is one of the dumbest people I've ever met Jim Acosta And yet the left worships is moron Remember when he put his book out and he went to his store with like a book signing he was nobody there This is Jim Acosta on a few weeks ago With Doctor Fauci talking about Ivermectin which if you just look it up I know that's a lot to ask liberals and they're probably too dumb to even type it into their phones If you just look it up Ivermectin is an FDA approved drug for human beings For the treatment of parasites that is sometimes used off label to treat COVID Is it also used in animals Yes liberal idiots just like penicillin and hundreds of other drugs have an animal use as well It doesn't mean it's an animal drug Where animals you idiots they don't even wear Adam off Where are insects or something Why are you people so dumb How did we get stuck living with these idiots on the left Mike get ready Crazy liberal lady's gonna call you foaming at the mouth any minute What's her name and or whatever She's angry because I call her out because they're so stupid Here's Acosta This happened a couple weeks ago months ago when I was talking to Anthony Fauci about an FDA approved drug calling it a livestock de warmer because it's Acosta He is I'm telling you I met him I'm not kidding This is a genuinely stupid human being Check this out And the podcast host Joe Rogan he came down with COVID He says he says he's been taking the livestock dewormer Ivermectin as well as other treatments that people talk about on the Internet and so on doesn't have any effect on COVID obviously Did you ever expect that you would have I guess to compete Obviously with the likes of Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan Doctor Fauci and are there voices more powerful and I guess more widespread than people like yourself other public health experts who are out there And isn't that part of the
YouTube Reverses Ban of GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent
"I want to welcome to the show Also pretty intense guy good guy Joe Kent running for Congress in the fantastic beautiful state of Washington in the third district Joe welcome to the show Hey Dan thanks so much for having me on Of course so Joe I've seen you on cable news often I've been dying to get you on as we want to focus in the midterm elections on good candidates around the country and we feel it's our responsibility to use this platform to highlight them I mean the same things were done for me So we saw you and I'm like we gotta get this joke Anthony And one of the things that reminded me to get you on the show was you would put out you had a YouTube channel which you know any sensible candidate would you want all platforms Get your material on And YouTube decided to come after you because you are a truth teller And what are they ban your account to strike you at what happened there Yeah we had a couple days of back and forth with YouTube So we woke up one morning just uploaded some content and found that our whole channel had been deleted and we got the email I posted the screenshot of that said that we had violated their community terms of service They didn't give us any specific incident We appealed kind of went back and forth in a couple of days later We got our channel reinstated They stated that because of appearances I had on Steve Bannon's show in particular that they had taken down some of my videos and that was one strike against me So a couple of days later something similar happened to Terry Schilling of the American family's project that cited his appearance as Steve Bannon as well So there's some sort of a theme there
Fauci says U.S. needs to aim for controlling COVID-19 as cases drop
"As the nation continues struggling with the virus pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci is laying out a map for what should come next felt she says eliminating a highly transmissible virus like covert nineteen may never happen we've only a radic Katie one that was smallpox instead will looking for a level of control of the virus may be about ten thousand cases a day but not interfering with normal daily life while case numbers are dropping they were still higher than ninety thousand we need to get that courage to go much further down and there's only one way to get there it's vaccination felt she notes about a third of eligible Americans are not vaccinated Sager made Connie at the White House
Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener
"Tristen Jori stopped twenty six shots to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a six two win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in the season opener Tuesday night in Tampa a Pittsburgh club without their captain Sidney Crosby controlled play for much of the game the penguin struck twice early in the second period Danton Heinen opened the scoring Brian Boyle at the second for Pittsburgh Dominik seem on we get the eventual game winner midway through the third that's really get there when the when the first one and having it was it was emotional big big game and yeah really really happy that we we made it Anthony cerulean Alex killorn finally got Tampa Bay on the board teddy blooper Evan Rodriguez and Bryan rust each got empty netters for Pittsburgh Baltimore so Cano Tampa
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)
"Who who. Who will he choose. We are waiting with baited yes. It's minted baited breath. My friend take it away. I know everybody wants to know what is club. Radice pick who who is club or diga pick. Who does the combat she think will win the rubber match between tyson fury and deonte wilder. Who's gonna win before. I give my prediction. Let's see what led up to this so we all know about the first fight. It was a draw me personally. I thought wilder should one. That count was kinda slow. I kinda slow. The count was low and When weary with furious. I got floored he got up damn near one that round if wow they knock them down fear would win that fight. It was still close. It was a draw. Some people say if you're a one but because of that devastating knockout. Some people gave to wilder giving edge either way. It was a draw bill to the second fight. Second fight i mean fury swishes holtkamp. Camp up start training macron boxing with with with sugarhill legendary Transco for manual store recipes. You know saying nobody number legends in heart in hard hitters came out of a crop. Boxing up there in detroit but Gower sugarhill changes. Oh game playing math. Wilders ass out now louder has um you know a couple of excuses. He said here i. It was His suit was too heavy. But one actually address negro power engine recruiter table with attitude One should look like extra. Game of thrones. You chose look like that. So don't don't blame the suit. That was you buddy. So i said of the suit was actually twenty forty pounds in a long walk. look here you ain't demolition. You're not leaving the dum okay. If it was that bad maybe you should. Johnson arena around like us all awards going. I don't know but don't blame. Don't make excuses now. He fired mark zalin. His cornermen santa he always sabotage him and he did complain about the water and he was seeing double and it is a small conspiracy going right now because post fight. Fury refuses to the water. That that that they get. I speak fury refuse to take of the water that they gave him say that ten times. So you know at. I'm not gonna make excuses feerick. And what a great game plan came and heavier presa action. He is the best now with all those who i'd say He is the best boxer wade been. You might be a little bit of pure boxer but fury his ass goes bad and he really like the black olive oil like he's wilder. Didn't look prepared the second fight now here. We go third fight. Fury tried to skip him. Go straight to the anthony joshua so we can get undisputed. You know it was in the clause that water got a rematch. There was gonna be a rubber match if you wanna wait. Try to breach contract. Go fight josh. What they already had date they wanna fight. Wembley but there's issue with that because that's a fury does not have a license to fight in the uk. His has been suspended since he beats klitschko. Okay he tests positive for. Pd's for pets you know. He hasn't he doesn't have a license in in the uk. Now he can always get reinstated. He can call the queen he can call each elbow. He can call painting a bear. Maybe even danger mouse's somebody may wanna spice. Maybe they can help you know they could try license back into austin powers is helping trying to help out with that but you know. I don't know what happened. But he can't find the uk right now hasn't for years and he doesn't want them to go through investigation because the former that he bought the lamb meat from the contaminated lamb equal. That's kind of our special
Why Dr. Anthony Fauci Should Step Aside
"One. Kimberly johnson who i've never heard of. But she has got seventy seven thousand followers. She is apparently the host of the start. Me up paycock podcast and the sexy liberal podcast network So i i find that amusing. She writes it's time for the washington post to stop allowing traders like hewitt spread propaganda and misinformation packaged as conservative opinion. She's reacting to my column in the washington post which went up on the landing page yesterday after the show. Is it time for dr patchy to step aside. This has touched nerves on the far left. I don't know why. But i have a theory. My theory is pretty simple. Dr chee is not a public health official in there is he is a brave hero against donald trump now dot not dr vouch e throughout the first year of covet. Dr chee was part of the covet response team. I know there's very well. 'cause i know a lot of people on the code response team very very well including ambassador. O'brien alex as our in peter. Navarro and many many people very well on that team and doctor thought was a respected and productive member of the team doctor. Fawzi opposed the travel ban from china. Dr she wanted to tell the noble lie. That mask were not helpful because doctor was afraid. That masks would vanish from the ers and hospitals. Where they were necessary. It's actually the opposite of what. Americans did touching mrs hewitt for example. Took every mask. We have in the house as a matter of routine preparedness in california and drove them to the local hospital where they were ninety five match. Because that's what americans do. And so dr has consistently underestimated what americans doing gets it wrong. And while he does not run the cdc or fdi pointed out. He's become the face of pandemic response in the united states. and before as even when maybe. i'm not sure. We can gather by christmas which he walked back on monday
Wily veterans Wainwright, Scherzer meet in NL wild-card game
"The red Sox are moving on after a wild sixty two win over the rival Yankees in the American League wild card game Xander Bogart's in the first inning two run Homer to set the tone for the red Sox in their first ever wild card game Kyle Schwarber added a solo shot in Alex Verdugo drove in three runs Nathan Eovaldi pitched five in the third innings of one run ball with eight strikeouts Anthony Rizzo in Giancarlo Stanton club solo homers for the Yankees while starter Gerrit Cole gave up three runs in two plus innings Boston will face Tampa Bay in the ALDS Gethin
Don't Let Anthony Fauci Decide Your Future
"I was the one who kinda called off christmas for my family last christmas. I don't get to see my sons or my granddaughter. That often and i haven't seen a whole lot over the last year. And a half. And i said to the boys i guys. I just think it's too much of a risk right now. I wasn't traveling very much but that was a decision that i made with my family and they agreed. Now we're up to it again now. We got to decide what to do about christmas. Two thousand twenty one supposed to go to a wedding and a couple of weeks. And i'd love to go to this wedding. I'm not real. Sure being in an enclosed area with one hundred and fifty people right now is is a great decision on the other hand i'm vaccinated i don't know but i'm gonna make that decision not foul cheesy but the fact that there are people who are counting on him to make the decision for them is deeply problematic. The difference. the disconnect is that we should get to decide these things for ourselves. We have to make a determination vulnerable. Do i have a pre existing condition. Do i have a co morbidity. Do i want to take the risk.
Stanford rallies late to beat No. 3 Oregon 31-24 in OT
"Stanford authored the day's biggest honor Tanner Magee threw a TD pass on an untimed down at the end of regulation and another on the opening possession of overtime to lead the cardinal to a thirty one twenty four victory over number three Oregon the ducks appear poised for their first five it'll start eight years they rallied from ten points down at halftime to take a twenty four seventeen lead early in the fourth quarter on Anthony brown second TD run of the game but the cardinal capitalized on three Oregon penalties on the game tying eighty seven yard drive in the final one fifty nine of regulation I'm Dave Ferrie
"b. anthony" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"That. And there's joe reminding in the middle of a comedic episode that literally just feed and the simple way wasn't preachy with nothing. It wasn't about an episode about just being there was just a little moment. Been home and it changed the way that i like for a little while. It reminded me to not be the person who's always trying to solve something for my kids and great little moments like that. Where like in the first episode where six and Six and two or having their you know they're almost dying inside the marauder Situation moments and You know saying listen. You know no matter what we what we do how hard we try to be. Good just never works out. We can't ever eagles sixers line back her. It's just wonderful wonderful honest and not not about that current as long as you keep trying to be good. That's what matters really simple stuff that that really helps to. It helps your mind into that. Our lives are hectic. And i think the best tv shows the best part reminds you to be a better person and gives you little tips. But how would you like a little bit better and different things in the show. Will you know thinking from people joke unit in. Yeah yeah the fact. That doesn't hit you over the head with it so subtle like that but yet those little moments like that just really elevate the show you know as i said earlier. It was human moments. Make everybody on the show. More human and also it reminds you of your own humanity. And i think that's These days we all need to be reminded that we really do not knowing ever and it's Typically in america. Now where it's been it's been You know watching from afar. i can imagine it's been a tough time that you know the the race for the new president was not a an easy race for anybody both signed where mudslinging and both side played too. i think played to the fears And you know things like there's two types of politicians or two types of politics really the only to know quite a fear and and i think unfortunately both sides seem to be playing to fear Different tiers but both sides are playing and it just makes it a very tough times live when nobody's being hopeful when everybody's You know at least from the outside. That's certainly when it felt like like the democrats were no better than the republicans in in preaching a version of fear. Vote for me around. You know the devils gonna come to your doorstep and and the republicans are basically saying the same thing except it's different devil. That's right like man. Hard live in a society like that and have lived in those societies. You know we all have right where you go through a swing. Where where are the people leading us. People we've elected to lead as your wanna lead us. There are playing. You are worse elements not are bad. Better do need do need to be reminded. I think i think we'll be okay. We're you know. We've we've been through worse and yet the a country. And i think i think we'll be fine in the long run. You know. we've been around two hundred plus years so you know it's still the best on the planet and i've been around the world a few times and have seen the things and there's when you come home when you come here It's great and you know and you know this really north. America's i think is awesome canada's like the best neighbor we could have. I mean they really are like what the people are awesome. And you know. And i mean it's the culture is rich up there as well and even co. It has a rich culture as well and You know we shouldn't build boundaries with anybody really. We're all part of the same hemisphere. We should all get along at work together. So there's no reason why we shouldn't be listen. It's tough i in this goes back to my i. My parents came through the second world. War mike you know my dad's german and my mom's dutch and and My wife is serving. So i you know when i was getting know. Her us lobby was blowing up and Man we're fighting each other. And and so like that notion of how things can so easily iran when ethnic when ethnic tensions and scapegoats created you know are worse angels are play to not our better angels by and we all have our worse. Angels in mead's cremated just a gut reaction that that lifted politicians the a lot of things but the one thing that they literally cannot do is still the fire theft. You don't know where that leads to much of the keeney to to put back in the bottle is it ever that ever said. And that's the one part that is building building boundaries. The oxen them. You know we don't have to live in a pollyanna world where everyone thinks that. Everyone loves us and misses us. Well that i'm not one or the other but we definitely hand remember ask. There are lots and lots of snapple of of of nations. That were at one point. That went off yet because things well. We've forgotten charitable except that they weren't like that's the most important trait in my mind anyway. That a politician can have to remember that ultimately. We just wanna live our lives one. Did the school. You want to have our thanksgiving dinners. We want to have a job. What have helped. Don't want the same things we wanna politicians and that that up with y'all largely based on one of the other end Stat of our lives and let it live. I agree just let us. You know we all want you know that kind of that kind of freedom at sometimes we take for granted. That's awesome anthony. It's been such a pleasure to talk to you. I mean i i mean three is. I've always had a fondness for three. But you know watching him. Play you for years now. I think he's kind of risen. He's one of my favorites. I think you can easily say. He's a hans solo knock off but no way he's his own man he no. He has totally his own man and in on that due to the part of the writers and also you the way you play him so he's he's just a lot of fun to watch but there's some desk if he's scandal. There's a little bit of depth to the guy. So that's what i like about him. That's what i love about playing him and And it really. I'm so thankful for that opportunity. Thank the fans have Responded to that And we'll just hope yeah. Hope that That we make enough noise that is to get them to renew secret. Super line of dark matter and His there so we will join. Let's hope until godspeed as saying. Get thank you again buddy. I really appreciate it and best of luck. I'm pulling for you guys to do a lot more. Thank you very much all right. Man take all the bat due to Right you can subscribe to this podcast. You can also take the painless sci-fi talk survey at survey dot libson l. i. b. syn dot com forward slash. Sifi talk as we talked during the interview. Dark matter can be a lot of things to a lot of people pleasure. No the acting and writing are too good in my eyes for that. And there's no cheesy special effects here either maybe it's a beast series with a values. Maybe it's just a damn good shows that deserves our attention and space on her. Dvr's the future of this series is in the hands of the fans. I've seen way too many series. Go before they tell the complete story. We must save dark matter. Start that hashtag or maybe continue it. This is tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hello this is michael emerson. Along rocks. o'bannon Creator of alien nation farscape. I'm robert j sir. You go award winning author of flash.
Giants clinch share of West, match team mark with 106th win
"After a hundred and sixty games the National League west has still not been decided despite the giants tying their all time franchise record with a hundred six wins after they shut out the Padres three nothing Anthony DeSclafani got the win he pitched five scoreless innings allowed only four hits and three strikeouts to improve to thirteen and seven this is giants outfielder Darren Ross who hit a home run I'm thinking that it would have been a little bit more relaxed less stressful but it's it is what it is right now and we have to stay focused on every single page of every single inning and and need to grind out wins center fielder Mike Yastrzemski added an RBI single in my monthly junior with a sacrifice fly Riley on San Francisco
Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization
"Two leading infectious disease experts say it's encouraging news that Merck has gotten good results from its experimental drug to treat to cope with nineteen patients White House Kobe advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the report from work gives hope of a life saving treatment that people could take as a pill of importance is that in the placebo group there were eight deaths and in the treatment group there were no deaths Merck says it will soon be asking the U. S. food and drug administration to approve the drug's use Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says it works like Tama flew stopping the virus from replicating ended something patients could get from a drug store at the moment people who are newly infected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions an independent group of advisors monitoring Merck's trial recommended stopping it early because the results were so strong I'm Jackie Quinn
Hugh Hewitt Calls Out Dr. Fauci Over COVID Guidance
"I gotta give my colleague. Hugh hewitt credit really grew grilling anthony. Xiaojie on his radio. Show this week. Here is hugh. Dr fao cheesy on the hugh hewitt radio show here on. The salem radio network really tried to hold dr fao. Choose feet to the fire. Have confidence in the cdc and the fda. And i actually believe a lot of americans a significant part of the america. Dalit lost confidence in you. Dr fat she. Is there a point where you will say. I do more harm than good because people don't listen to me anymore and step aside. No absolutely unequivocally no you sorry i mean. I agree with a lot of the things that you've been saying. You come from a different perspective than i do. But i think the thing that gets lost in the discussion and that people need to understand and i do know that some people don't understand and don't accept it even if they smart people who evaluated in their own context is that we have been dealing with an evolving situation. And i just get back to what i said before. And i totally understand and respect your differences you that when you have an evolving situation and data are rapidly evolving something. That's unprecedented and unknown. You have to evolve with it and look at the data as it exists now and make to the best of your ability of decision a recommendation all the kinds of things that go into the evolution and things have changed. We didn't know things early on. I always get asked the question. It's a very common question. What would you have done back then if you knew what you know now. The question answers itself. If i knew. Then what i know now. The circumstances would have been different. Now you may accept that answer you may reject it. It's up to you. This is america. You get to have your own opinion. But i appreciate hugh pushing him i appreciate fallacy. Essentially admitting they were making it up all along
Democratic disagreements imperil Biden agenda as shutdown looms
"I'm anthony davis. Joe biden's agenda of reform was at risk of being derailed by divisions among his own democrats as moderates voiced anger on wednesday the idea of delaying a one trillion dollar infrastructure bill ahead of a critical vote to avert a government shutdown. The white house said talks over twin bills that would revitalize the nation's roads and airports and fund social programs and climate change measures. Were too precarious. Point a senator. Joe manchin disagreed with the rest of the party over the scope of some four trillion dollars in spending congress which democrats control by a razor. Thin margin is due to vote on a bipartisan resolution to fund federal operations through early december. The house of representatives is expected to vote today on a one trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill already passed by the senate will though. Some party leaders warned that vote could be delayed again. Which would dismay moderates with house progressives warning they will vote against the infrastructure bill until a deal is reached on the separate multi trillion dollar plan focused on social spending and climate. The vote was not guaranteed house speaker. Nancy pelosi and senate majority leader chuck. Schumer went to the white house yesterday afternoon. To meet joe biden a former senator himself who cancelled a trip to chicago to lead with congress. A white house staffer met at the capitol with conservative democratic senator. Kirsten cinema who had expressed deep concern over
"b. anthony" Discussed on First Rounders
"Just work to heart. And i just said okay. Well then. I guess. I won't be a doctor. He said you know they work hard. Will you know this what he said. He said they were hard and they're away a lot from their families. True sure enough no. He said they work very hard whale from their families and And you know you're just married to your job. And i said okay well. I guess i won't do that then. They cannot just diverted to doing other things and then well then do business. Actually i so cal. Just do business. You know like the rest of my family and like my dad. And then when i got to college i said you know i i really do want to visit really what i wanna do. I really wanna go back to what i wanted to do. A child which was medicine. Yeah and then. I had no intention whatsoever doing research none zero. You're going to see patients that was your goal ation. So it's my goal. I was just going to be a clinician. My goal was to You know see patients in private practice in practice by the beach really. Yeah okay all right trenton. What what was the family business. What was the business that your dad was in. Oh they were doing all kinds of different things you know. They were doing there were involved in like creating manufacturing trim business and and they were. It's interesting because you know from my perspective. Business was fun. You know you talked about it at dinner table and it was what i grew up with right. I mean this. You know. But.
"b. anthony" Discussed on First Rounders
"Ten chapters i one starts in a week. They'll come out one a week after that. You can find it anywhere. You find your podcast. Just look for hope lies dreams nature biotechnology. You'll find it. I hope that you will listen. We worked really hard on it now. Back to first rounders anthony atala director of wake forest institute for regenerative medicine and also a co founder and chief medical officer at precise bio..
"b. anthony" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Nonprofits and small businesses in the san francisco bay area back in april of twenty twenty when we decided to create this ongoing series on covert nineteen impact. I are nonprofits and then on small businesses in the san francisco bay area. We like you had no idea how long the pandemic would go on. And what the health and economic impact would be in our community with vaccinations increasing cove in nineteen cases and deaths decreasing. We're now moving into the summer of twenty twenty one with the reopening of the economy and all of the uncertainty of ever-changing indoor and outdoor vaccinated and unvaccinated protocols and politics. That will drive how we all come back together as a unified or fractured community. We will continue to shine a spotlight on the nonprofits and small businesses that make up the fabric of our community along with the founders and staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the kobe. Nineteen pandemic on their operations. Services is sustainability until we can all get to the other side of the pandemic along the way we will also share with you all the amazing solutions that are nonprofits. Small businesses foundations and government leaders are working on to help us all get to the other side of the pandemic and come together to rebuild our communities with more economic social and environmental equality. We realized that access to water clean. Water should be a human right for everyone. But it's just not the case for a lot of our guests so we started out with just some hoses and an access point and what we saw there. That people can just use it or water to bring the to wash themselves. What i'm saying like we washed themselves in the street and as we all serve that we felt that that was we not in line with our idea what it means to be recognized as a human being needed to do something about that in this episode. We wanted to feature the voice of a legacy social service organization. That's approach to providing a hand up to our low income and an house committee members is that of seeing them as guest and walking with them on their journey over the past seventy years. Saint anthony's has been providing a holistic approach to supporting families and individuals and the tenderloin community are featured. Voice is the chief executive officer of saint anthony's niles banke. I'm joined remotely. By the chief. Executive officer of saint anthony's niles spanky welcome to voices at the communities niles. Thank you so much appreciate being here today. I really wanted to have saint anthony's on the program because saint anthony's is another one of those legacy social service programs really rooted in the tender line. One of our most low income communities in san francisco and it's i was reading the descriptions from the people being serviced. It's family of services. So could you share with the audience of the programs have seen anthony's provides absolute happy to do that. You're right we just celebrated our seventieth birthday so we've been here for a long time and we. We provide a comprehensive continuum of care dog guests and it really fall since different categories. the first one is essential services. So i think we're very well known for dining room and where we come august and feed them with safety services that provide a safe environment on all block parklands decline safety service and then we have a clothing program which is the largest clothing program at least in the city. We're also a provider of healthcare services. We have a clinic year that caters in particular. Two people while would have had issues with getting quality care and access to care. There is a residential recovery program command or substance and alcohol use and then we have a third pillar of all programming which we call the gateway to civility with services that connect people to their employment and professional life. That's the tender line technology lab that aggressive digitally husian so people could come and use our technology services computer center like we have a workforce development program that prepares august to we enter the workforce and one thing that were having the product. We actually do employ a lot. Our guests over time provide training and hopefully help them to qualify These things having said that what is probably the most important to us that we actually walk without guests and that means that we don't just have services that kind of stand side by side silos but will lead look at the whole person and look how things come together but the individual and having such a comprehensive set of services. I think we're probably very well positioned to help august connecting dotson. Actually meet them where they are also make progress. On their journey we have a specific guests navigators case national social services. That help with that. And the last thing that i would say while scope and scale of what we do is pretty large. It is very important to us to appear to our values franciscan organizations one of which has personalism that we treat everyone individually as a person with dignity and respect and i think that thanks that Hard so as much as we're proud of what we do almost four part. Join us how we do well and staying with it. A couple of the programs that really stood out for me was within the recovery program which requires someone to participate for a year and it sounds like they're also resident. there's the workforce training component of it. So getting back to your point of connecting the dots. Could you share a little bit more about how that is all integrated because it sounds like to your point where you're hiring folks but you're stabilizing their housing your providing recovery and then you're doing job training and then you're helping find a job. That is the idea that who do i and it's again. It's a comprehensive program right. It's a one year program that stands out it's a residential program and it is open to people from all walks of life a lot of them with significant barriers to employment the substance and alcohol. Use is just one of them often. It's a history of incarceration lack of qualifications and job training and we tried to address that holistically. And that would okay. Each person individually provide some basic workforce development but then also training and actually a lot of our graduates from program and working for us refine safety services for the dining at least for some period of high some stay for long period of time so it's not just entry thoughts but we actually make sure that provide opportunities to folks have had less opportunities to participate in fall education so that they can actually acquire the skills to invest managerial opportunities which we.
"b. anthony" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"I wanted to give a huge super shoutout to my official very first supporter on by me. A coffee david. David bought not just one but two books. He also left some really nice feedback which absolutely made me blush into europe. Thank you so much david for the books and support. I am so happy that you love the show. And i am so grateful to come together with you every week. Thank you david now. Let's get right into it honestly. It was so fun rediscovering. This person as i hadn't done this level of extensive research on their history since high school which was a long time ago in a galaxy. Far far away guys just to be clear so today. I'll be talking about someone who was simply. Put a maverick and a trailblazer. This person was born into a world where they were immediately marginalized and disadvantaged by the majority imprisoned by laws rules and expectations that simply did not fit their ideals or allow them any independent agency. A person who decided that instead of accepting the unacceptable they were going to make it their life's mission to enact lasting impactful change on this world radical change that would benefit an open doors. Once closed for hundreds of years to millions of people change. That would be felt in realized for years to come all originating from the bravery of just one person today we will be discussing the radical the rebel the revolutionary susan b. anthony foo susan brownell. Anthony was born on february fifteenth eighteen twenty in adams massachusetts. Susan was the second of seven siblings. So this next bit about susan's upbringing with something that i always found infinitely interesting. And that is that. Susan was raised in a household that practiced a form of quaker beliefs. Susan's father was a quaker. And although he himself did not believe in all the ideals and felt some of the rules to be prohibitive he encouraged his children to become independent and value morality above all else which encompassed a large portion of the quaker ideals. The quakers will one of the first religious groups to publicly in wholeheartedly denounce slavery.
"b. anthony" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Since we're on the susan b anthony tracks so like everybody knew the anthony sisters right all the sisters they all all all six of them and so the youngest one. We're talking about family road trips and things like about things that we hate and she was like. Oh we're like. Oh yeah we hate it when this happens and we all there so long and she's like yeah. I really hate it when you know your dad makes everybody where a diaper on the road trips right and we all were like want and actually we were. We didn't we realized that she thought that was normal behavior. So we were like. Yeah we hate that to my god. Yeah that is just like a lie and then we just like. Oh my god. The entire family going road trips. They ought to wear diapers. Because that doesn't want to stop all that to say so it was normalized. You know for her. And mmm we're not we were. We were sixteen years old not therapists or is it therapy. Is it there pies. And we're trying to out what was what is the plural of purpose purpose so we four purposes poor play. We afford four by. We're trying to do for this for this for this intention here purposes or for purposes or prob- our we're talking about the talking about the dolphin like creature are we talking about. An aim. aims have multiple aims purposes for. That doesn't sound right so the that is definitely like a that. Sounds like a pace for all intensive purposes over there though the per- the purposes of the porpoises. Now i'm confused addy way back to my point. Anyway this is. This is why it's important to start asking these questions. And i think that asking questions is good about you. Why do we. And i think what this book is asking the right question and i think pivoting from what happened to you because when you say what's wrong with you what's wrong with that person..
"b. anthony" Discussed on Asian Enough
"Welcome back to asian enough. Here's the rest of our conversation with anthony o. Compo so i wanna go back switching gears a little bit but you mentioned filipino..
"b. anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"13 years before the American Civil War, civil unrest and division separated countrymen into two opposing camps. One determined to keep African American people in slaved the other determined to see all people free Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Christian mob felt the call to fight for that. Them when they were selected as delegates for an anti slavery convention. But upon arrival, we were told they could not speak or vote at the male dominated event on July 9 18 48 lot. Stanton and three other women met for teeth. By the end of the day, they formed a coalition with the sole purpose of gaining the right for women to vote, so they in turn would be free to fight for the freedom of others. Women across America, United informed activist groups working tirelessly to win the vote for American women. The unconquerable Susan B. Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals The amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years and would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment ratification women's suffrage. From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. I'm Carrie Mcenany. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump. But tonight I'm here to share with you how.
"b. anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals Amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the Democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment. Ratification. Women's suffrage was From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump, But tonight I'm here to share with you how he supported.
"b. anthony" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And there's been reports of that happening here. In Massachusetts, however, do Joy did say that the removal of those machines and boxes won't affect ballots getting delivered on time. Well, speaking of voting elections, officials in Boston say if you're not registered to vote for the primary, you right now are running out of time. The voter registration deadline is Saturday. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around. To actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election, and that's a NATO Tomorrow's Thie Elections commissioner in Boston As of yesterday, she says the city has received more than 71,000 applications from mail in ballots about 6000 applications for absentee ballots early voting in the city. Also starting up tomorrow, you can get the locations on the city of Boston's website. Go to 18 today in Virginia President Trump speaking with a crowd in Arlington, his latest stop on the campaign trail. During that speech, he responded to Joe Biden speech last night during the final night of the DNC. China was never mentioned in any way, shape or form. China will own our country. If he gets elected. They will own our country. The president telling the conservative group that Biden sees America in darkness, But he sees America in greatness. The president by the way during that speech, mentioning the state of Maine, saying the White House quote gave them back their lobsters and gave them back their fishing. And the president's last election rival shared her thoughts on the election this morning on MSNBC, former secretary of State Hillary Clinton, commenting on morning Joe on the president's recent comments when he said the election in November would decide if our nation survived. Just reinforce that by saying that he was going to have off duty law enforcement, retired law enforcement and the like to really Demonstrate a kind of authority carry an approach toward the election. Also today, the Susan B. Anthony Museum in New York says it is rejecting the president's recent surprise pardon of the voting rights activist. In a statement, Debra Hughes from the museum says Back in the day, Anthony wrote in her diary that her trial for voting was the greatest outrage that history has ever seen. Susan B. Anthony not even allowed to speak at her trial just because she was a woman, the judge dismissing the jury in the trial, pronouncing her guilty denying her of her rights. Anthony then refused to pay for her alleged crime of voting is a woman in accepting the party. According to that statement would validate the legitimacy of the trial. Hughes goes on to say If the president wants to honor Susan B. Anthony, he should make it clear that he stands against voter suppression. All right. 2 20 on W B Z. Down in Connecticut, the body that regulates high school sports has yet to make a decision on the season this fall. The Connecticut Interscholastic Scholastic Athletic Conference decision is working with public health officials. But they say the recommendations from those officials are not consistent position that they held.
"b. anthony" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That their hometown was Susan B. Anthony's hometown, which happens to be the home town that she was arrested in for voting back in the 18 sixties. I believe Rochester, New York. And she was pardoned yesterday and then Trump did it as a political thing. But then Tim Andrews is telling me that the left is angry because she didn't want to be pardoned. Yeah, she would have wanted, too was an act of defiance, and she was proud of it. She never admitted She did anything wrong and Trump's just I What I wonder about Susan B. Anthony. I don't know this, but I think a lot of people on the left would be surprised if some of their heroes came back from like 18 60. Kind of like with Abraham Lincoln showed up on the starships Starship Enterprise. Yeah, he was a good guy for his time. But he was a little out of his time. Yeah, turned out. He was the most racial person wrote racially charged person. On the deck of the future, but I think a lot of what they all prohibitionist. I don't know about her in particular. Ah, lot of the Ah, they wanted the vote because they wanted to be able to vote for Prohibition. I think the first thing that happened Yeah. Temperance, right? Yeah. Get the vote 1920. Then a few years later, you can't buy alcohol anymore. Thanks. Well, I wasn't alive, so didn't affect me. I just think it's I think it's funny that if a lot of like leftist today I think if they met some of their heroes I think they'd be way more conservative than they would expect because I think even being somewhat not conservative in 18 60 compared to now. You'd still be seen as a pretty conservative person. But she was pardoned, but I do. I am looking on Wikipedia here, and she was invited to the White House in her day President William McKinley. Invited her. She celebrator 80th birthday party was in the White House with McKinley. So maybe she didn't want to be pardoned. I don't know. Or maybe the left is just angry that a Republican did it. Maybe they want a dollar coin. Back in circulation was she was on the quarter. Back in 19 0. She was down in the quarter. She was the it looks like, According to me, it looked like dollars dollars. It didn't really work out. The Susan B. Anthony Dollar didn't do any better than the Ah In the second away a gold looking dollars. Are you parties on the old quote? What are you part of doing all that all the women who have been on coins on they all those women who have been on money in the United States part and to whom they have not done Well, That's why there That's what they going to do better when there is a $20 bill, there's going to be changed. Harriet Tubman that one people used well, even less now than they used to because of digital currency and everything is done online, but people still do have $20 bills. In their pockets that will be used. But you could never. It was a bad idea to put to try to put women on the money and then put them on money that no one ever used people people had no use for a coin. That was a dollar ever. In America. They just never had a use for it. And I remember the Susan B. Anthony was too much like a quarter. It seemed like a quarter. But it was actually a dollar and it got passed around that people were losing 75 cents here and there was not a good get You know, they get sexist that people chose George Washington over over Susan B. Anthony for their dollar. Ah, well, since Susan B. Anthony didn't exist. When George Washington No. One that I don't know when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill, That's a good question. That's a good question, but I think no, I don't think that that is sexist. I think he was the he was the first president. So he's going to find his way on the money. I just think they should have done anything that would give it to Susan B. Anthony or Sacha Julia. They should put just changed out one of the one of the bills because people actually used the bills. So it just goes to the Trump pardons. Susan B. Anthony and the left figures out a way to get outraged by it. He will, whether she wanted it or not. Is it outrageous? Oh, my God. So she no longer has a criminal history. And I guess that's what the left is mad about. She wanted the criminal history. Yeah, that wasn't that wasn't necessary. Once the vote came along in 1920, then, very shortly thereafter, nobody was allowed to drink anymore. Led to a lot of speakeasies. Now I'm not saying that That's the one issue that women vote on now, whether or not the government should stop their husbands from drinking all night long, but that's how it started. Is that not how it started to my wrong You 100% correct. So you know a lot of times. You can't hold that against women there the first time out, you get it wrong. They were all for Prohibition. 59 was when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill. So people want Texas when they chose George Watch, but his wife Martha Washington was featured in 18 86. No featured on the bill again. You mean made a guest appearance like dollar bills, like with that? Like the Love Boat? Sorry shirt, did she Did she do a collab with Eminem? She was like that tiny owl that used to be on the $100 bill, yet it's not there any more. I don't believe that we get into the conspiracy theories about that. This has been a weird show. Follow up on the studies. You know, this has not really been a radio show so much as it has been listening to. Ah, Ah, people talk on the telephone. I understand that you're trying to do it actually try to do a radio show for the next. I don't know, 50 minutes or so. So you started with a couple of studies we didn't follow up on, so let's start there. Actually, a couple of poles. Eric wanted to combine two pole. I want to combine two poles, but I had to ask you permission if that was okay. If I combine the poles or not. Well, it depends on never mind. I'll get in trouble. All right. The first one is a channel to pool our bodies upstairs. They determined that Trump and why do you keep calling them are buddies that we ever gone out with them. Wait. Have we ever had a barbecue with the channel to people Has that ever happened? We did. We had that one was told we're trying to do the convergence member. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that. Everybody from Channel two sat at one picnic table, and everybody in radio set the other picnic table because that's just the way it is in the prison yard. Things stick to your own right with Daniel with Jared. You would. Yeah..
"b. anthony" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"President trump did something really interesting he pardoned. Susan. B. Anthony. Sue Remember Susie is she was one of the women's Lib people who started out the whole idea that women needed to vote. Now in nineteen twenty, there was actually an amendment that allowed women to vote and the problem was she had voted illegally so to speak before that. Many women did they just said, hey, look we're going to vote and they would vote and technically that was illegal. and. Every other woman that's ever been accused of that has been pardoned but president trump found out never had Susan B. Anthony herself who was the leader to a great extent for women's suffrage in this country. One of the other leaders of women's suffrage lived up in Wyoming and she was my grandmother now Wyoming granted as a state the right to women vote in nineteen ten it took until nineteen twenty for the entire country to have that as the rule in the United States might have a picture of my grandmother with about ten other women. All dressed up in their finery and they've got these signs running down there dresses that say man m. a.. N. In other words they're trying to show they are equal to a man when it comes to be able to vote my grandma was pretty militant This woman came to a place called Gillette Wyoming. Back, in the early nineteen hundreds to be a schoolteacher. I wouldn't. I. Don't know if I'd have a single woman moved to Gillette Wyoming when she's nineteen today but she did it. She homesteaded there she eventually became not only teacher, but the superintendent of schools in that whole area in Campbell County, but she was a rabid fan of women's equality. And they had she and my grandfather who was the baptist preacher he came to town and. They got married. It was goal and they had four girls, my mother being one of them and these women were all extremely successful women on their own and grandma had kinda showed him how to do that she awesome. when the kids went to college they went here to Greeley back when it was not unc it wasn't even what it was before. That was before way before her kids all went to college and she made sure of it she was there and. Just took care of everything. So they'll all they had to do is go to stool and study, and she was a great woman because she she believed that her girls should be educated as much as her son she wanted her girls to vote just like. The guys did. And and so president trump to his credit has actually pardoned Susan B. Anthony for these crimes she was accused of, and she never served a day in jail or anything that I, know off. But what a great woman to be the leader, the champion of women voting and we're celebrating that because it happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. Today in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. Yeah that's pretty neat. Anthony died in one, thousand, nine, hundred six, and that was actually four years before women received the vote. Even Wyoming was four years and fourteen years before it happened across the United States. She's criticized once in a while because she excluded black women from her movement. but the Susan B Anthony Museum in House says on its website, the visitors to the site frequently asked whether she was racist in that organization. Strongly argues in and can prove it that Susan B. Anthony wasn't abolitionist. Abolitionists were the people who strongly oppose this opposed slavery in this country. And they were the people who are absolutely right. Slavery is an abomination. So anyway. That was. What happened President Trump did? I get him in trouble somehow. I'm sure. He'll there's somebody figure out how even pardoning Susan B. Anthony is something trump did that's going to ruin the country for the rest of the world time? It's just Never fear Also, they they interviewed in the trip this morning, some of the weld female elected officials wellstone. A good job according to color needs story what they have a Guy Right? The Story Illinois? Never mind. Don't don't don't go there John nonetheless, we're in a position here where. We see that we do have from Weld County area in in Greeley area some people who are really. Pretty much into. into our government, there are leaders I'm going to mention their names Rhonda saw Solis She's degree Evan School district six board member. Natalie Mash district six board member. Carly cops well, county clerk recorder Barb Kirk Moore She's a commissioner here currently running for a state senate. Perry, Buck. BURR's Perry buck row. No no I get confused. Anyway. Barb. Kirk Meyer and I served as commissioners together back when I was a commissioner lamour she was here before then she went off into other stuff came back and became a well commissioner and she's running for state office and maybe she's running for the House and Perry. Buck is running for the Senate or Perry Buck. Yeah I. think that's what's GONNA or or maybe they're both running for any way. They're currently people who are elected women and that's what in cuyler story he was trying to show. And I've just totally confused everything. Out. There's a picture right below that. If you get a chance to look at the trip today, look at this picture it's a picture of Ken Buck former husband of Perry Buck and Ken Buck is the. Representing Congress from this area. Yeah and there's talking did repeal who's one regulars on this show a gale She's Yeah district. Superintendents School Superintendent. Well she he's talking to her she's not in the picture, but there's a guy next to him who's not identified in the caption who's looking like he's he's waving at Ken Buck or something. This is the weirdest picture I have ever seen in a newspaper. Now you say John You should not show pictures on the radio no. I. Am a professional I. I have a Master of photography degree and I can show pictures on the radio. So here's Ken Buck looking off to the side out of the picture maybe who knows that could be where did raise Probably is you have to think about it though. And here's this guy who we don't know who he is is a nice looking young fellow big grin on his face. And Ken Buck is looking like what happened. He is also the chairman of the Republican Party in Colorado. So he he's is big shot but so funny why didn't you get D. Dri in the picture and crop out this other guy or if you're not gonNA. Show did reach because you forgot to picture with her in it just..
"b. anthony" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That the student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, Even if the way that all has all played out has not been away. Anyone would have wanted it too. Is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications. If we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result, I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service to the country. And indeed how Perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what we've called it an off ramp. Professor Mimi Chapman. She tears the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester. Professor Chapman Thank you. Thank you for having me. President Trump issued a posthumous pardon to suffer just Susan B. Anthony today in 18 72. She was convicted of a felony attempting to vote. Today's pardon comes on the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. But in Rochester, New York, were Anthony lived and worked for most of her life. The move is getting a negative reaction. Among some as NPR's Liz Baker. Reports Christopher Ross and his wife are out for a walk in Mount Hope Cemetery with their seven year old daughter, making a stop at Susan B. Anthony's headstone. Take her out for the A great site. We know a lot of people come here on election data. They're stickers and so forth, Ross says. They're educating their daughter about Susan B. Anthony. But as for today's pardon, haven't spoken about that yet. Not huge fans and Feels a bit of pandering around the election, so I would prefer to keep her history separate from any connection to him. And his politics. The reason why he's doing what he's doing. What an opportunist. I mean, if he thinks he's going to get more women voters, I highly doubt it. Gwendolyn Warren is in town for a family funeral in the same cemetery and came over to pay her respects on the centennial. I think it's The idea itself apart in this wonderful but coming from him. Just doesn't cut it for me Among those who might also be angry about the party, Susan B. Anthony herself during her lifetime. She never wanted a pardon. She refused to pay one cent of the $100 find. She was issued and used her arrest and trial to gain publicity for the movement. She didn't think she did anything wrong, so why should she be pardoned? I think that President Trump misunderstands where Susan B. Anthony was coming from and what her stance. Wass. Linda Lapa is director of interpretation at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. If Susan B. Anthony were alive today about a speculates she'd probably be on Twitter using her pardon to get women out to vote in November. Liz Baker, NPR NEWS, Rochester, New York. As the convention's go, virtual morning edition is sitting down with voters to hear what keeps them up at night and how that might influence the vote in November. That story and more tomorrow on morning edition. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Daniel, you're hearing all things considered on public radio 5 18 time to check in on traffic.
"b. anthony" Discussed on KGO 810
"Luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway the nineteenth amendment to the constitution giving women the right to vote is known as the Susan B. Anthony amendment she was a leading voice in the women's suffrage movement and once wrote there never will be a complete equality into women themselves help to make the laws and elect lawmakers she's clearly is one of the heroines she knew that failure was impossible we salute one of the founders of the women's right movement Susan B..
"b. anthony" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Council and the Susan B. Anthony less the NRA and gun owners of America the number one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four or patriot mobile dot com slash Ben that's patriot mobile dot com slash then Hey Ben Ferguson here and if you are a shooter if you're a second amendment advocate if you've got guns but don't have a lot time to go to the range how would you like to be able to practice shooting at home using a laser instead of a bullet and your smartphone as a precision target that is exactly what I target pro does this thing is amazing I'm obsessed with I've actually bought three different calibers for three of my different guns are because it's so much fun and safe to use at home you can literally practice shooting at home it's also an amazing teaching tool if you've got somebody that is intimidated by gun but wants to learn how to shoot this is how you teach in before you ever get your range you know I am I can be expensive why not shoot at home it's a great way to teach your kids your grandkids as well teach him how to aim and become proficient at home it utilizes your cell phone and their proprietary app you then install like a bullet Hey laser in your gun in the place of the bullet and it will that you're listening to the men Ferguson show on the icon radio network more of your phone calls and thoughts on Facebook Ben Ferguson show click the like button coming up after this.
"b. anthony" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Council and the Susan B. Anthony less the NRA and gun owners of America the number one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four one eight seven seven three six seven seven five twenty four or patriot mobile dot com slash Ben that's patriot mobile dot com slash them Hey Ben Ferguson here and if you are a shooter if you're a second amendment advocate if you've got guns but don't have a lot time to go to the range how would you like to be able to practice shooting at home using a laser instead of a bullet and your smartphone as a precision target that is exactly what I target pro does this thing is amazing I'm obsessed with I've actually bought three different calibers for three of my different gardens are because it's so much fun and safe to use at home you can literally practice shooting at home it's also an amazing teaching tool if you've got somebody that is intimidated by gun but wants to learn how to shoot this is how you teach him before you ever get your range you know I am can be expensive why not shoot at home it's a great way to teach your kids your grandkids as well teach him how to aim and become proficient at home it utilizes your cell phone and their proprietary app you then install like a bullet Hey laser in your gun in the place of the bullet and it would it you're listening to the Ben Ferguson show on the icon radio network more of your phone calls and thoughts on Facebook Ben Ferguson show click the like button coming up after this.
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"Oh dot com jawohl Anthony at Anthony, g j welcome. Thanks for having me. So gimme the gimme the thumbnail in the book. I mean, basically we're exposed to these chemicals. These artificial estrogen chemicals. They're all over the place in our environment. And I think people are underestimating the impact. Well, I they don't even realize for being exposed a lot of people don't realize. Oh, BPA is bad because it's estrogen, it's acting like how could you even given that? Most people now are obese and adipose, tissue produce large amounts of Esther, and how could you even distinguish it from what's happening clinically to people? I mean you can definitely do the receptor, bindings essays and Lloyd. On that in individuals. Everyone's astor's. Totally induced, I totally with you on that. But there are so many different reasons that we are all obesity, right? Cannabis, the I mean, these things are all highly estrogens, and people are just roaring down the road. And the whatever else is out there. Yeah. That'd be p p p a. Yes. BP af all kinds of analog to be out. Yeah. It's a good question. I mean, yes, we're estrogen is. But that's natural estrogen. Right. Like these fat cells. Are you talking about these, these lipid filled fat cells? They're causing our bodies to increase, estrogen dramatic. That's totally different than artificial estrogen, which our body doesn't really know how to deal with because. You know, our ancestors were never exposed, so Evelyn airily our bodies are like what the hell is this? You know, in again, clinically how do we distinguish it from all the other estrogens effects? You can sometimes and you can't sometime. So, you know, I mean one of the things you see is decreased testosterone. For example, when, you know, the more as in your urine, less testosterone, you have, for example. Okay. So there's at least a direct relationship with that one thing it where the coming from the plastics, right? So this way. See free on plastic water bottle. But I mean what I did with my book because I try to distinguish not just be PA. But what are the other ones and not only that, like Agent Orange? Conscription hormones, right. But which chemicals are being exposed to every day. So it's not just like you know, once every six months decade, right? Which wouldn't really be that big of a problem because he's are kind of subtle, because they are acting on a natural system in our body, so we're not getting bloated. We're not getting headaches from artificial estrogen, but we're seeing long term sustained impacts. And so sometimes those are exactly the same as natural estrogen. Sometimes. There little different. But usually, I mean, the health effects, the health impacts are pretty similar to pregnancy and kind of disruption or bastardisation of that process. Right. So when you become pregnant, for example, you gained some weight that right, and that's a natural process because our ancestors, didn't always have access to food. And that's a good thing to have some fat its most efficient storage form for energy. But you flip that fat switch on with BPA, right? And you may not even be pregnant. You might be a man, you might be a kid. You know, and obviously don't want to be storing excess body fat because then, like you said, it's kind of a vicious cycle of your body secreting more inflammatory hormones and fly Matori chemicals. You know, look fat. That's a problem. Yeah. I'm look if he's the pregnancy analogy, and that most of media through progesterone and estrogen, while you're goes way up. So women nearly production which is yes. So I mean, but these chemicals aren't acting like estrogen progesterone. They're acting like gin and so, yeah, estrogen is more subtle, but, you know, it has a pretty substantial impact. So women are generally between about twenty to four hundred nanograms per liter of estrogen natural estrogen. And of course when they become pregnant over one thousand and, you know, people also should be. Aware that men naturally are about twenty nanograms per liter of estrogen, you know, it's not that different. You think women would be in the thousands and men would be twenty you know, but in reality women are also about twenty up to about four hundred. But then, again when they become pregnant suddenly, double, triple quadruple, terms of the estrogen..