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"baja california mexico" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Already have start saving here. It is called a 33 34 Bible. That's a 33 34 Bible 833 34 Bible Hurricane Aleida formed on Monday afternoon and continues to strengthen as the Category two hurricane. It's the first organized tropical system since Douglas impacted Hawaii. Almost two weeks ago, Aleta was located about 275 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico and was packing maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Aleida originated as a tropical depression and then strengthened to a tropical storm early on Sunday morning with maximum sustained winds. Of 40 miles per hour, according to forecasters. The Category two storm is expected to weaken by Wednesday morning. Following closely behind a second feature is likely to develop during the second half of the week. 1/3 potential development is in the Central Pacific Ocean and is slowly tracking westward and approaching the Central Pacific this week. The next storm. Names on the list for the East Pacific hurricane season are Fausto and Genevieve. This's USA Radio News. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets. Book A flight today Toe London, Paris, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guarantee. Call the International Travel Department right now at low cost Airlines 800 to 1551 Or 1 800 to 1551 For one, that's 800 to 15 51 41. Russia is cutting steps in order to get a Corona virus vaccine out early. He was a radio networks. Chris Barnes has more Russian Health Ministry officials are authorizing.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Have. Start saving here. It is called a 33 34 Bible. That's a 33 34 Bible 833 34 Bible Hurricane Aleida formed on Monday afternoon and continues to strengthen as a Category two hurricane. It's the first organized tropical system since Douglas impacted Hawaii. Almost two weeks ago, Aleida was located about 275 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico. I was packing maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Aleida originated as a tropical depression and then strengthened to a tropical storm early on Sunday morning, with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. According to forecasters. The Category two storm is expected to weaken by Wednesday morning following closely behind A second feature is likely to develop during the second half of the week. Ah third potential development is in the Central Pacific Ocean and is slowly tracking westward and approaching the Central Pacific this week. The next storm names on the list for the East Pacific hurricane season are Fausto and Genevieve. This's USA Radio News. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets. Book of light today. Toe London terrorists, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guaranteed. Call the International Travel Department right now at low Cost Airlines 800 to 155141.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Tell me I get impeached that's when I get out of by these radical left lunatics I get impeached but that's okay the farmers is sticking with trump the night shooting four more years president trump a getting a well a wide ranging applause there when he mentioned to anyone else script and not mentioned impeachment of course that gets under way and this week the latest though it looks like our Republicans and Democrats are it well sparring old horror ground rules so once those get established then they will move forward on Tuesday of the Democratic National Committee announcing its criteria for the first debate to be held after voting begins in the twenty twenty campaign including a new pathway to the stage based off delegate pledges now as they have before qualifiers will need to meet polling in grass roots funding threshold to participate the February seventh debate in New Hampshire bought new for next month the pathway centered around delegates based off the results of the leadoff Iowa caucuses any candidate awarded at least one pledged delegate to the DNC as calculated by the party will be able to participate look for the candidates that don't make it to complain about the process Toyota will stop making its to calm a small pickup in San Antonio next year as a shift production to Mexico but I Toyota says that no US jobs will be lost to make up for the work the San Antonio plant will build a circle so quite a large SUV preserving about thirty two hundred jobs currently the to calm and full size tundra pickups are built in San Antonio factory in Baja California Mexico also produced the Tacoma late last year another plane Mexico began building the Tacoma best buys investigating its C. E. O. Cory Barrie after receiving an anonymous letter making allegations against her Best Buy declined to disclose the allegations but the Wall Street journal reported it saw the letter which accused of having an inappropriate romantic relationship with another executive Best Buy says it's hired an outside law firm to investigate a berry was named CEO of Best Buy just six months ago and Comcast has unveiled its new streaming service peacock or the plan for it anyway NBC bringing some of its original content by splitting off other originals Frasier is on CBS all access doesn't feel right I know a former VP of content at Netflix Elizabeth Bradley told CNBC that July fifteenth launch date for peacock makes it one of the last to enter the streaming wars but it may have an advantage because of live a TV yes really the unknown PI think live viewing is one of the great unknowns as we move into this on demand universe.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on KCRW

"A central campaign theme by President Trump and his supporters as they challenged Hillary Clinton over her use of an Email server NPR White House, correspondent timbre Keith is on the line. Hi there. Tom good morning. So why would this seeming detail of record keeping rules be important? Isn't this? This is basically about accountability. Right. Somebody ought to be able like Elijah Cummings wants to be able to go in after Kushner and see what he's been doing. Well, and it's the law is the other part of it the presidential records act requires all of this to be kept for history. And and for other reasons, and this investigation is not some new thing that popped up when Elijah Cummings became chairman of the oversight committee when Democrats won the house. In fact, this goes all the way back to March of twenty seventeen back when Republicans controlled the committee, but there's still a lot of information that Elijah Cummings says that he needs to conduct. Investigation as part of it. He met with the personal lawyer for Jared, Kushner, and Avangard Trump that lawyer is named Abby law, and he is citing a Cummings is citing the conversation with ABBIE lull in saying that Jared Kushner has used and continues to use what what's app as part of his official White House duties in addition this letter from Elijah Cummings to the White House says that Ivanka Trump hasn't stopped using her personal Email account for official business, and it also alleges that Steve Bannon a former adviser at the White House and an early national Security Council deputy KT McFarland use personal Email accounts, including an AOL account to discuss a proposed transfer of US nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. So there were a lot of allegations in this letter from Cummings to the White House. Wow. Okay. The account. That's a specific deal that's been discussed. There. Let's circle back to Kushner, though, as best we can determine who is it that Kushner has supposedly been communicating with on what's up. Well, that is a very good question. And it depends on who you ask. Because what allies you're coming says is that Kushner's lawyer Abbe Lowell confirmed that Jared Kushner was communicating with world leaders and officials using WhatsApp well, Abby LOL after this became public put out a new letter saying, no, no, no, this is not accurate, and it's being misreported. He said that when he was asked about Kushner's use of what's app that he directed the committee to the White House and that win specifically asked about whether these communications were with foreign officials or leaders that that Abbe Lowell simply said that they were communications with some people. Okay. So what we have is two different accounts. Of a private conversation. I guess we must not have testimony under oath in this question. Yeah. We and we also don't have documents in that case. And and let me just say that to me what stood out the most from this Elijah Cummings letter yesterday was this line. He says the White House has not produced a single piece of paper to the committee in the one hundred sixteenth congress in this or any other investigation. Well, Tom, thanks so much. You're welcome. That's NPR's. Keith. The ACLU is heading to federal court in San Francisco today to try to block a new Trump administration policy restricting help people can claim asylum. The policy requires asylum-seekers to stay in Mexico, while their cases are pending in US courts for member station. K Q E D Alex hall reports. At this shelter in Tijuana rows of green blue and orange. Tents are set up on a concrete slab migrants from Central America. And elsewhere are here waiting for their next move. One of them is one Molina a doctor and political activists who says he left Honduras after escaping and attempted kidnapping by police in February Molina presented himself at the US Mexico border and ask for a silent our contact. Can carry several pages of listings for pro Bono attorneys? He received them from US immigration authorities when they sent him back to Mexico to await his court hearing, Becky I'm at. He says he called all of the attorneys on the list, but none was willing to help. Because he's not in the United States percent on the last week. The first of the migrants returned to Mexico under the migrant protection protocols had their first day in court, but there were problems. Attorney Olga video was there. How did it go? Not great. But he found out at the last minute her clients court date had been moved up due to a scheduling glitch. They had to scramble. She says neither the court nor officials with customs and border protection or C BP have a way to contact migrants in Mexico. They were leaving it up to see VP to notify people that CPI has no ability to notify them because they themselves don't know where these individuals are. Usually when an immigration hearing is rescheduled Baena says the court since a notice in the mail, but that didn't happen and some migrants miss their hearings. Some of these people have no homes in temporary shelters that. You know, they may go from more than one temporary shelter to another one. And when they issued these notices to appear, and they sent them back to Mexico. They simply wrote that the individual was in Baja California Mexico. They did not list specific address a department of homeland security official points out that migrants can check the date of their hearing by calling a court information hotline Lindsey to Laos ski executive director of immigrant defenders Law Center says even judges hearing these cases are frustrated there were five people who were not at their court hearings, and the judge pointed out that because of all of the procedural errors and issues with notice that he had seen that he was not going to move forward with the government's request to remove all of those people in their absence. Meanwhile, asylum-seeker Juan Molina is trying to work with the information. He has. Yes. He says he's been given an appointment to appear in court. He's worried these logistical problems will affect his case in an E mail. A department of homeland security spokesperson said the system is working properly. And at the agency is unaware of any problems with migrants, receiving legal assistance. The spokesperson also said that the department is working to make sure that migrants have the right dates. They're expected to be in court for NPR news. I'm Alex hall. Coming up on all things considered this afternoon. The army corps of engineers ordered the town of Hamburg Iowa to reduce the height of its lovey last week floodwaters over and now the town is underwater.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on KCRW

"Theme by President Trump and his supporters as they challenged Hillary Clinton over her use of an Email server NPR White House, correspondent timbre Keith is on the line. Hi there. Tom good morning. So why would this seeming detail of recordkeeping rules, be important, isn't this? This is basically about accountability. Right. Somebody ought to be able like Elijah Cummings was to be able to go in after Kushner and see what he's been doing. Well, and it's the law is the other part of it the presidential records act requires all of this to be kept for history. And and for other reasons, and this investigation is not some new thing that popped up when Elijah Cummings became chairman of the oversight committee when Democrats won the house. In fact, this goes all the way back to March of twenty seventeen back when Republicans controlled the committee. But there's still a lot of information that Elijah Cummings says that he needs to conduct the. Investigation as part of it. He met with the personal lawyer for Jared, Kushner and Avante Trump that lawyer is named Abby Lowell, and he is citing a Cummings is citing the conversation with ABBIE lull in saying that Jared Kushner has used and continues to use what what's up as part of his official White House duties in addition this letter from Elijah Cummings to the White House says that von ca Trump hasn't stopped using her personal Email account for official business ended also alleges that Steve Bannon a former adviser at the White House and an early national Security Council deputy KT McFarland use personal Email accounts, including an AOL account to discuss a proposed transfer of US nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. So there were a lot of allegations in this letter from coming to the White House. Wow. Okay. The AOL account. That's a specific deal that's been discussed. There. Let's circle back to Kushner, though, as best we can determine who is it that Kushner has supposedly been communicating with on what's up. Well, that is a very good question. And it depends on who you ask. Because what allies you're coming says is that Kushner's lawyer Abbe Lowell confirmed that Jared Kushner was communicating with world leaders and officials using WhatsApp well, Abby LOL after this became public put out a new letter saying, no, no, no, this is not accurate, and it's being misreported. He said that when he was asked about Kushner's use of what's app that he directed the committee to the White House and that win specifically asked about whether these communications were with foreign officials or leaders that that Abbe Lowell simply said that they were communications with some people. Okay. So what we have is two different accounts. Of a private conversation. I guess we must not have testimony under oath in this question yet. We and we also don't have documents in that case. And and let me just say that to me what stood out the most from this Elijah Cummings letter yesterday was this line. He says the White House has not produced a single piece of paper to the committee in the one hundred sixteenth congress in this or any other investigation. Well, Tom, thanks so much. You're welcome. That's NPR's stammer Keith. The ACLU is heading to federal court in San Francisco today to try to block a new Trump administration policy restricting help people can claim asylum. The policy requires asylum seekers to stay in Mexico, while their cases are pending in US courts for member station. K Q E D Alex hall reports. At this shelter in Tijuana rows of green blue and orange. Tents are set up on a concrete slab migrants from Central America. And elsewhere are here waiting for their next move. One of them is one Molina a doctor and political activists who says he left Honduras after escaping and attempted kidnapping by police in February Molina, presented himself at the US, Mexico border and asked for asylum. Our? Can several pages of listings for pro Bono attorneys. He received them from US immigration authorities when they sent him back to Mexico to await his court hearing, Becky I'm at. He says he called all of the attorneys on the list, but none was willing to help. Because he's not in the United States percents dollars on the last week. The first of the migrants returned to Mexico under the migrant protection protocols had their first day in court, but there were problems. Attorney Olga Padilla was there. How did it go? Not great idea found out at the last minute that her clients court date had been moved up due to a scheduling glitch. They had to scramble. She says neither the court nor officials with customs and border protection or C BP have a way to contact migrants in Mexico. They were leaving it up to see VP to notify people that CDP has no ability to notify them because they themselves don't know where these individuals are. Usually when an immigration hearing is rescheduled media says the court sends a notice in the mail, but that didn't happen and some migrants miss their hearings. Some of these people have no homes, they're in temporary shelters that. You know, they may go from more than one temporary shelter to another one and Wendy issued these notices to appear and they sent them back to Mexico. They simply wrote that the individual was in Baja California Mexico. They did not list specific address a department of homeland security official points out that migrants can check the date of their hearing by calling a court information hotline Lindsey, TIs Laskey, executive director of immigrant defenders Law Center says even judges hearing these cases are frustrated there were five people who were not at their court hearings, and the judge pointed out that because of all of the procedural errors and issues with notice that he had seen that he was not going to move forward with the government's request to remove all of those people in their absence. Meanwhile, asylum-seeker Juan Molina is trying to work with the information. He has. Yes. He says he's been given an appointment to appear in court, but he's worried these logistical problems will affect his case in an Email department of homeland security spokesperson said the system is working properly. And at the agency is unaware of any problems with migrants, receiving legal assistance. The spokesperson also said that the department is working to make sure that migrants have.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It was unbelievable. Here's your forecast a garden variety pop-up shower here and there, but for the most part that south lower Tennessee valley, Ohio valley and midwest will be clear today. We're looking at clear skies up through the mid Atlantic and most of the northeast look for some lake effect snow in Detroit and along Lake Erie, primarily for south western New York, then as you get up into the Lake Ontario. Region rochester. Syracuse might pick up some additional snowfall today. One impact of note, which will begin late tonight into Wednesday will be the chance for more showers returning to California. We're looking again at the entire state from well, southern Oregon down to Baja California Mexico. So we could see more flooding as a result later in the week. Then that rain and the higher elevations of the Sierras cascades and central Rockies will become snow that again though for tomorrow. So keep your eye on that if you're traveling in the region the national forecast from Red Eye Radio, I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. Five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall, W M A. Al Washington comes to talk. This is what's going on? On the mall five to nine AM. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day the latest forecast backups in delays the stories behind the.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It was unbelievable. Here's your forecast a garden variety pop-up shower here and there, but for the most part the south lower Tennessee valley, Ohio valley and midwest will be clear today. We're looking at clear skies up through the mid Atlantic and most of the northeast look for some lake effect snow in Detroit and along Lake Erie, primarily for south western New York, then as you get up into the Lake Ontario region, Rochester Syracuse might pick up some additional snowfall today. One impact of note, which will begin late tonight into Wednesday will be the chance for more showers returning to California. We're looking again at the entire state from well, southern Oregon down to Baja California Mexico. So we could see more flooding as a result later. In the week. Then that rain and the higher elevations of the Sierras cascades and central Rockies will become snow that again though for tomorrow. So keep your eye on that if you're traveling in the region the national forecast from Red Eye Radio, I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. Individuals. Whether your bathtub toilet or seek is overflowing and really any size there or kind of plumbing or water damage emergency. Call central flood management put this number in your phone and save it because it's going to happen in the Bill the night one day, and who you don't have time to look up who to call it. Take my word for these guys are awesome. Twenty four seven central. Flood management will dispatch a lead certified technician.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That and more on the way. I think it's called Jim Acosta. Travelcenters of America. Here's your forecast a garden variety pop up shower here and there, but for the most part the south lower Tennessee valley, Ohio valley and midwest will be clear today. We're looking at clear skies up through the mid Atlantic and most of the northeast look for some lake effect snow in Detroit at along Lake Erie, primarily for south western New York, then as you get up into the Lake Ontario region, Rochester Syracuse might pick up some additional snowfall today. One impact of note, which will begin late tonight into Wednesday will be the chance for more showers returning to California. We're looking again at the entire state from well, southern Oregon down to Baja California Mexico. So we could see more flooding as a result later in the week. Then that rain and the higher elevations of the Sierras cascades and central Rockies will become snow that again though for tomorrow. So keep your eye on that if you're traveling in the region the national forecast from red. Radio I'm meteorologist, John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. Washington's mom W A L. Washington comes to talk. Something happened that you've got to here. Live and local weekdays three to six remarkable. How this debate is going Liri O'Connor shell. Hi, larry. I really enjoy your show. Thank you for that. Traffic and weather the day's top stories, and you Larry. Man. I wasn't driving. Thank you, sir. Larry O'Connor show, weekdays three to six one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's W M A L. Spring cleaning is on at the Home Depot right now, save on everything from appliances to cleaning supplies, get up to twenty five percent off select appliances like a GE washer with smart. Dispense and g dryer, then make the most of your new laundry room with new lower prices on cleaning products, like Thai breeze, laundry detergent, today's the day for doing.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That more on the way. I think it's called Jim Acosta travelcenters of America. Here's your forecast a garden variety up shower here and there, but for the most part the south lower Tennessee valley, Ohio valley and midwest will be clear today. We're looking at clear skies up through the mid Atlantic and most of the northeast look for some lake effect snow in Detroit and along Lake Erie, primarily for south western New York, then as you get up into the Lake Ontario region, Rochester Syracuse might pick up some additional snowfall today. One impact of note, which will begin late tonight into Wednesday will be the chance for more showers returning to California. We're looking again at the entire state from well, southern Oregon down to Baja California Mexico. So we could see more flooding as a result later in the week. Then that rain and the higher elevations of the Sierras cascades and central Rockies will become snow that again though for tomorrow. So keep your eye on that if you travel. In the region the national forecast from Red Eye Radio, I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks so much John eight six six ninety Red Eye. Six. Breaking received your February SDG Genia Bill yet, pre painful right now, if you had new windows from new windows last month, then you're Bill would probably be a fraction of what it is. Now, still plenty of winter left. So still plenty of time to.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"That and more on the way, I think it's called Jim Acosta travelcenters of America. Here's your forecast a garden variety pop-up shower here and there, but for the most part the south lower Tennessee valley, Ohio valley and midwest will be clear today. We're looking at clear skies up through the mid Atlantic and most of the northeast look for some lake effect snow in Detroit and along Lake Erie, primarily for south western New York, then as you get up into the Lake Ontario region, Rochester Syracuse might pick up some additional snowfall today. One impact of note, which will begin late tonight into Wednesday will be the chance for more showers returning to California. We're looking again at the entire state from well, southern Oregon down to Baja California Mexico. So we could see more. Flooding as a result later in the week. Then that rain and the higher elevations of the Sierras cascades and central Rockies will become snow that again though for tomorrow. So keep your eye on that if you're traveling in the region but national forecast from Red Eye Radio, I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. Individuals your source for official weather information on NewsRadio Katie KFI,.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Get people crossing the border because they can't get there. In addition defensing with me Schumer, also argued that the president doesn't need five billion dollars for wall. Because. He has yet to spend the one point seven billion for border security. They already gave him. All right. Let's go back to what he said walls. He says don't work. Here's Hector Garza of the border patrol council. Democrats were quick to Georgia border patrol agents. And what are ages out there? It's so secret or rescue a lot of people on a regular basis, they they'd be recognized. But a lot of our members in congress. Now, they were saying that some of these kids need medical checkups that they needed all these services, well, fun border security, give us the money. So we can do our job payers paychecks give us the proper money. So that we can have the resources we can train board maturity deserves paramedics as it is. We have a lot of ages that are certified as paramedics so that we can provide that medical attention to those people are coming to our custody. But again, they're quick to criticize but gives the funding from the boys curry from the border wall. One of the points that Chuck Schumer made in his interview with the CBS local reporter, New York is that nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two. Thousand nine nobody. Here's part of an interview that William Berkeley did Jan September fourteenth nineteen seventy seven what's that forty one years ago interviewing the then mayor of Baja California Roberto de LA dread here is what Buckley said to him. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand. In the last fourteen years would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement by visiting some sort of a wall along our common frontier. No, no, no, no, no. Nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine hundred Schumer. This is nineteen seventy seven giving you some idea of how severe this problem has been. Here's what Buckley said to the then governor of Baja California. But the reality is right now are that your country on a massive scale, your citizens are violating American laws on a massive scale. And we don't quite know what to do about it. And you are certainly not coming up with any ideas, the effective word. We'll be to cut down on that lesion. So we've maybe headed towards a certain ugliness. We've requires Royd. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand sat in the last fourteen years. Let's get his response to the proposition of how would Mexico feel if we built a walk. You've just now told us governor that it's up to every country to police it's own loss. It's not up to Mexico for the United States to to police their loss. It's up the United States. You just now said that. So what's the problem with us building? A wall said Buckley. Would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement? By building some sort of a wall along our common. Frontier certainly not why not. If you accept the responsibility of providing a home for your own citizens as I just said a while ago and all Mexicans have the right to return to Mexico at any time. Not disputing their right to pretend Mexico's disputing their right to come to the United States without an American visa, well, that's the problem the United States, you're the one who should I say. In other words, if we had it the other way around where people from the United States, we're coming into Mexico. It would be up to us to see that these. US citizens did not come into Mexico without the necessary documents Mexicans financing this war. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion v? If such a war were constructed, we would that under the conscience of the people of the United States here that I'm not asking you to pay for the wall. I'm asking you what what's your opinion be? If we constructed it, and he said he was still against it. And then he said, well, it's up to the conscience of the people United States, I'm into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not talking about Mexicans financing this war. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? Be. If such a wall were constructed we with that under the conscience of the people the United States. Well, do they want? They wall between Mexico, and they want this. They want to do something about illegal immigration because it is. It is a problem that by everybody's reckoning is getting out of hand. We're talking about a ten twelve million people whereas only four hundred thousand people are legally admitted every. Nancy Pelosi has referred to a wall as an M morality. This was a conversation that Buckley had forty one years ago with feet, then governor of Baja California Mexico. Why would you have an objection to a wall? We would be you just now said didn't you? That it's up to the countries themselves to police are own countries to police their own borders. So what skin off you if we put up a wall, and we pay for it. You heard his answer. Well, I got to the conscious of the American people. How could he possibly object? What would your objection be? You have the military on the border Guatemala to make sure the quantum Marlins don't come into your country illegally. Why would you give a rip if Americans want to spend the money, however, foolishly in your opinion to build a wall? If it's on American property. Why? I didn't hear a good answer. Come back on me give you some more of this interview. And also, the mayor of Shiloh Israel talks about what happened the first year that they built a wall, and how that affected legal entry into Israel, all that and more Christian bale, thank Satan for giving him the inspiration. Dick cheney. Brad Sherman says Trump should be impeached. Even if there's nothing in the mother report, hey, why wait for that? Ciro co hosted the Golden Globes and saluted diversity. This is the moment when I see real.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Two thousand and sixty supporter secure fence act in two thousand nine. You would pay for six hundred and thirty miles of border fence in two thousand thirteen always been 2013 secure the border security economic opportunity building all of these supported a wall. No, none of them have wall in zero. And that's why no war was ever built. There is not a nickel of wall because none of those Nikko one between a wall and offend a lot. It's not just fencing offense works. You ask the experts a big concrete wall is expensive and doesn't work. Whereas drones you don't just need fencing unique drones, you need helicopters, and you need roads. The the agents can't get people crossing the border because they can't get there. In addition to fencing with me humor also argued that the president doesn't need five billion dollars for wall because he has yet to spend the one point seven billion for border security. They already gave him. All right. Let's go back to what he said walls. He says don't work. Here's Hector Garza of the border patrol council. The Democrats were quick to Georgia border, ladies and what our agents did out there. It's no secret or rescue a lot of people on a regular basis. There'd be recognized by a lot of our members in congress. Now, they were saying that some of these kids need medical checkups that they needed all these services wolf border security, give us the money. So we can do our job pay gives our paychecks give the proper money so that we can have the resources so we can train border patrol paramedics as it is. We have a lot of ages that are certified as paramedics so that we can provide that medical attention to those people are coming to our custody. But again, they're quick to criticize we'll give you the funding for the boys curry from the border wall. One of the points that Chuck Schumer made in his interview with CBS to local reporter, New York is that nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine nobody here is part of an interview that William F Buckley did Jan September fourteenth nineteen seventy seven what's that forty one years ago? And he's interview. Doing the then mayor of Baja California Roberto de LA Madrid here is what Buckley said to him. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand sat in the last fourteen years. Would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempt to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common frontier. No, no, no, no, no, no. Nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine Schumer. This is nineteen seventy seven giving you some idea of how severe this problem has been. Here's what Buckley said to the then Baja then governor of Baja California, but the reality is right now are that your country on a massive scale your citizens violating American laws on a massive scale. And we don't quite know what to do about it. And you are certainly not coming up with any. Ideas the effect. Be to cut down on that. So we've maybe headed toward they certain ugliness. We both models. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand sat in the last fourteen years. Let's get his response to the proposition of how would Mexico feel if we built a walk. You've just now told us governor that it's up to every country to police. It's own loss is not up to Mexico for the United States to to police their loss. It's up the United States. You just now said that. So what's the problem with us building? A wall said Buckley. Would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempt to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common frontier, certainly not why not? If you accept the responsibility of providing a home for your own citizens as I just said a while ago any and all Mexicans have the right to return to Mexico at any time. This teasing their right to Mexico. I'm disputing their right to come to the United States without an American visa, that's the problem with the United States. You're the one. That's why I say in other words. We had it the other way around where people from the United States. We're coming into Mexico. It would be up to us to see that these. US citizens did not come into Mexico without the necessary documents, and I'm not talking about Mexicans financing this wall. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? If such a war were constructed we with that under the conscience of the people of the United States. I'm not asking you to pay for the wall. I'm asking you. What would your opinion be? If we constructed it, and he said he was still against it. And then he said, well, it's up to the conscience of the people who states into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not talking about Mexicans financing this war. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? If such a war were constructed we with would that under the conscience of the people of the United States. I want the wall between Mexico, and they want this. They want to do something about illegal immigration because it is. It is a problem that by everybody's reckoning is getting out of hand. We're talking about a ten twelve million people whereas only four hundred thousand people are legally admitted every. Nancy Pelosi has referred to a wall as an M morality. This was a conversation that Buckley had forty one years ago with the then governor of Baja California Mexico. Why would you have an objection to a wall? We would be you just now said didn't you? That it's up to the countries themselves to police their own countries to police their borders. So what skin off you if we put up a wall, and we pay for it. You heard his answer. Well, I Greg Greg be up to the conscious of the American people. How could he possibly object? What would your objection be? You have the military on the border Guatemala to make sure the Marlins don't come into your country illegally. Why would you give a rip if Americans want to spend the money, however, foolishly in your opinion to build a wall? If it's on American property. Why? I didn't hear a good answer. Come back. Give you some more of this interview. Also, the mayor of Shiloh Israel talks about what happened the first year that they built a wall, and how that affected illegal entry into Israel,.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The agents can't get people crossing the border because they can't get there. In addition to fencing with me humor also argued that the president doesn't need five billion dollars for wall because he has yet to spend a one point seven billion for border security. They already gave him. All right. Let's go back to what he said walls. He says don't work. Here's Hector Garza. Of the border patrol council. Some of the Democrats were quick to Georgia border patrol agents and what are agents out there. It's no secret or agents rescue a lot of people on a regular basis. There'd be recognized by a lot of our members in congress. Now, they were saying that some of these kids need medical check-up that they needed all these services wolf onboard security, give us the money. So we can do our job pay of gives our paychecks give the proper money so that we can have the resources so we can train border patrol paramedics as it is. We have a lot of ages that are certified as paramedics so that we can provide that medical attention to those people are coming to our custody. But again, they're quick to criticize but giving the funding for the boys curry from the border wall. One of the points that Chuck Schumer made in his interview with CBS to local reporter, New York is that nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine nobody here is part of an interview that William Berkeley did Jan September fourteenth nineteen seventy seven what's that forty one years ago? And he's interviewing the then mayor of Baja California Roberto de LA Madrid here is what Buckley said to him. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand. In the last fourteen years would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common frontier. No, no, no, no, no. Nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine says Schumer. This is nineteen seventy seven giving you some idea of how severe this problem has been. Here's what Buckley said to the then Baja then governor of Baja California, but the reality is right now on that your country on a massive scale, your citizens are violating American laws on a massive scale. And we don't quite know what to do about it. And you are certainly not coming up with any ideas. The effect will be to cut down on that. So we may be headed toward they certain ugliness. We worked. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand sat in the last fourteen years. Let's get his response to the proposition of how would Mexico feel if we built a wall? You just now told us governor that it's up to every country to police it's own laws. It's not up to Mexico for the United States to to police their losses up the United States. You just now said that. So what's the problem with us building? A wall said Buckley. Would would you government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common from certainly not why not? If you accept the responsibility of providing a home for your own citizens as I just said a while ago any and all Mexicans have the right to return to Mexico at any time. This keeping their right to Mexico understanding their right to come to the United States without an American LIZA. That's the problem the United States, you're the one who should say. In other words. The other way around for people from the United States. We're coming into Mexico. It would be up to us to see that these. US did not come into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not talking about Mexicans financing this wall. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? Be. If such a war were constructed we with would that under the conscience of the people the United States. I'm not asking you to pay for the wall. I'm asking you. What would your opinion be? If we constructed and he said he was still against it. And then he said, well, it's up to the conscience of the people of the United States into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not Mexican financing this war. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? If such a war were constructed. We would that under the conscience of the people of the United States. Well, do they want the wall between Mexico, and they want this? They want to do something about illegal immigration because it is it is a problem that by everybody's reckoning is getting out of hand. We're talking about a ten twelve million people whereas only four hundred thousand people are legally admitted every. Nancy Pelosi has referred to a wall as an M morality. This was a conversation that Buckley had forty one years ago with the then governor of Baja California Mexico. Why would you have an objection to a wall? We would be you just now said didn't you? That it's up to the countries themselves to police their own countries to police their own borders. So what skin off you if we put up a wall, and we pay for it. You heard his answer. Well, I got to the conscious of the American people. How could he possibly object? What would your objection be? You have the military on the border Guatemala to make sure the quantum Marlins don't come into your country illegally. Why would you give a rip if Americans want to spend the money, however, foolishly in your opinion to build a wall? If it's on American property. Why? I didn't hear a good answer. Come back. I'm gonna give you some more of this interview. Also, the mayor of Shiloh Israel talks about what happened the first year that they built a wall, and.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You old man winter is going to be in some areas. Dropping a swath of immobilizing snow as they're referring to it. But the Weather Channel naming our storm. This would already be our fourth named storm of the season. For winter storm Diego Diego will spread a wide. Sweat a widespread mess of snow, sleet and freezing rain from the southern plains to the Ozarks the southern Appalachians late this weekend on into actually early next week. They explained Diego was named this past evening with the expectation that the long swath of wintry precept will bring both the the aerial and population thresholds that they used a trigger naming a storm right right now just producing some lower elevation rain and some mountain snow in California where it's really a pretty much linger on into Thursday. Then from Friday and into early next week. That's where we begin to unleash the heaviest amounts of snow and ice as it moves further, eastward. It'll be interacting with cold air supplied by high pressure to the north, and this is going to cost a pretty significant travel disruptions for parts of the southern plains over to the southern Appalachians ice accumulations in some areas. May indeed be heavy enough for tree damage and power outages watches winter storm watches have now been issued by the national weather service from parts of the Texas, panhandle, western and central Oklahoma. Those watches include Amarillo down into Lubbock, Texas, Oklahoma City. Additional watches are all obviously issued further east along the path of the storm over the next day or two. So we're still a couple of days from the system arriving in the planes in the east, so as they say still some uncertainty, but the odds continue to increase for a major winter storm. They tell us so on through the day today. Here we are Thursday snow will fall in southern portions of California. California's Sierra Nevada in into early Thursday again impacting some of the passes possibly there. Rain for the lower elevations of southern California, extreme northwestern Mexico. Parts of the four corners region will then be dealing with snow late Thursday and into Thursday night. Then we start to see some of the freezing rain beginning to develop from the Texas, panhandle into central Oklahoma. That's where we see the ice accumulations in that. Swap could be the damaging kind damaging power lines and trees by later Friday or Friday night that widespread snow develops from eastern New Mexico into northern Texas, the panhandle northwest, Oklahoma, southern Kansas. Snow sleet, freezing rain may spread as far east as southern Missouri and northern Arkansas by Friday night. And there will be the rainy side. This storm a heavy rain at times. For far southern Texas into Louisiana. Southern Arkansas northern Mississippi southwestern, Tennessee, even north western portions of Alabama. Travel will likely be affected by the wet wintry weather along some of our major interstates wretches, I forty is going to be impacted. I thirty five there in the southern plains. Again, they're staying in some areas the snowfall maybe cut of immobilizing. That's that's the word kind of a shudder down kind of storm. So we'll continue to watch. But again currently tonight, not a whole lot of precept as we mentioned, really. It's just the heaviest rains are in southern California and the northern portions of the Baja California Mexico region. Over in the east where we saw some travel disruptions briefly this past day. We are still seeing some lake effect snows coming off of Lake Ontario Lake Erie over there in western portions of New York tonight, some snow for northern portions of lower Michigan. Not really seeing. Let me flip over. Yeah. Not the only place. We have some winter weather advisories are actually just the the westernmost counties there in New York, and you've got a few counties there in upstate New York. We'll remain. She some heavier accumulations looks like up toward buffalo is where they're in -ticipant in the Watertown area from the heaviest accumulations their winter weather advisories for Niagara Falls and buffalo, but actually winter storm warnings on up there into the Watertown area. What are they saying? Let's see winter storm warning in effect. Actually, just started at the midnight hour and continues till one AM one AM eastern time Friday, so that the lake effect snows there, I guess are just getting underway, and it's going to be heavy lake effect snow accumulations eight to twelve inches in those more persistent snow bands, greatest amounts across the tug hill, the Watertown area winds gusting to thirty five miles per hour producing blowing snow so..

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Spoke got other issues for friends in California. Of course for weeks, we reforming wildfires the devastation. The thousands of homes destroyed the number of people who are now homeless just weeks after the campfire wiped out the town of paradise. We now have heavy rain triggering those debris flows. Road closures another round of evacuations believe it or not. In some of the burn areas as many as one hundred vehicles were stuck on Honey run road in Butte county. That's where the fires were unable to flee. The Butte creek canyon. Yeah. Those vehicles were finally later free to believe it or not no injuries reported. There were actually a pair of debris flows that overtook that road trapping about fifty people in their homes above one of those flows. It was a pretty serious situation. According to the sheriff that water coming up. We wanna make sure we get everybody out that we can south of Chico California highway ninety nine closed in both directions. According to the highway patrol Thursday afternoon, Orange County. Authorities ordered the evacuation of canyon that's in the Santa Ana mountains another area where the wildfires burned earlier this year as the heavier rain moved into southern California also triggering some travel woes several crashes actually had a man clinging to a tree in the Los Angeles river north of downtown rescued by the fire department by L. Copter this past afternoon. Health officials warning residents in southern California this past day to avoid the beach water, which may contain bacteria, chemicals, debris trash you name. It. It's all being swept out into the ocean with the heavy rains. So you go from one extreme to dry conditions to the opposite end of the spectrum now with heavy rains and debris flows in California. I guess the one bit of good news is as far as additional wildfire activity in the coming days. Not very likely to see any of that. Because things are really getting soaked a big time for much of California as I said tonight rains extended all the way down into the southern most reaches of California, even at a northern Baja California Mexico. So underway here on a Friday morning. Good to have you with us. We'll get to some of our industry headlines coming up here momentarily. I did catch from the folks at land line this past day. We're looking for a driver police in Hammonton, New Jersey are asking for our assistance in a for a missing trucker. Who was apparently last seen on Halloween? At that spent a month ago. Sixty two year old John ring a driver for express dedicated LLC was reported missing about eight days ago. So we'll give you the latest on. What was transpiring there? What we have as far as description and all that all coming up here. And of course, we'll get to your calls ahead as well. Toll-free around the country. Our number's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five eight six zero t r u k okay, rob got the latest. What's going on? With the news update. All the breaking. What's happened in just ahead here on ATM? Attention all truckers de Michael the tax doctor here, I want to talk to you about those dreaded tax problems. And all you want to keep on truckin, not even think about them. But let's face it. They're not going away.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"And hand bones and that shows are ancient evolutionary connections five claws on each of their flippers those are used for scratching themselves and also sometimes for defense now the hind flippers and a harbor seal much bigger than the front ones like an hugely oversized human hand again way bigger with the fingers widely spread and then webs between the fingers they sweep those from side side for their powerful swimming now our harbor seal is the most widespread member of the entire seal family found throughout the north pacific from baja california mexico all the way up to the aleutian islands in the bering sea and then over along the coast of asia russia japan and they're also found over in the atlanta new jersey to arctic canada and northern europe they live mostly near coasts not out on the deep ocean sometimes harbor seals will enter rivers a few of them live permanently enlarge lakes in canada in alaska interestingly the highly adaptable harbor seal also lives around big cities and harbours vancouver san francisco san diego and over in new york city boston and of course in lots of harbors along the coast of british columbia and alaska harbor seals are not migratory some of them do move to seasonal food sources for example salmon streams however studies that were done of seals that were satellite tagged in glacier bay here in southeast alaska found that some of those seals wandered to places several hundred miles away over the course of the year one very adventuresome female poetically named peavy oh seven dash gb for eight left glacier bay in september in the fall swim all the way out to the continental shelf and back again twice then went all the way up the alaska coast to prince william sound where she was located in november and by the following june she was back near glacier bay again that seal wandered about two thousand miles over a period of ten months but most harbor seals stay closer to home and they've got their favorite places where they haul out on shore little islands like the one we're on now rocky reefs secluded beaches and floating glacial ice the popular haul outs have dozens of seals are hundreds like ours right here and sometimes even thousands.

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"baja california mexico" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"baja california mexico" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

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