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Fresh update on "bashir" discussed on Terry Meiners and Company
"Be sworn in this week. Like stone. ABC NEWS president elect Biden is announcing his economic team. The president elect is moving ahead, announcing that he will nominate Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary this week. She would be the first woman to lead the department. If confirmed. President elect Biden will also nominate two women of color and key economic rolls. Cecilia Rouse is chair of the Council of Economic Advisors and Neera Tanden to serve his White House budget director Natalie Brand reporting from the White House. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he plans to ask the U. S. Supreme Court today to hear the case involving Governor Bashir's order closing all schools to in person learning. A federal appeals court ruled in the governor's favor. On Sunday. The order closed both public and private schools. Governor Bashir will hold his co but 19 briefings every day through Thursday. This week. They are at four o'clock and you can hear them live on news radio 8 40 W H. A s And the governor says his sign language interpreter Virginia bore is expected back at the Capitol today. More was diagnosed with uterine cancer in October. Former state lawmaker who received a heart transplant is encouraging Kentucky INS to wear a mask. Dwight Butler underwent transplant surgery one year ago with May I haven't gone to church You know for over a year since transplant, and that's the main reason about the time I was getting ready to go back and the pandemic head and it's just it's just not worth of risk because A lot of people. Don't worry, they're mad. Hello, people are taking chances and Someone is being affected by that a major milestone for a software training program that is placed more than 500 graduates into high paying tech careers. Suzanne Duval has more. These jobs are resilient and they pay well and are exactly the types of jobs that we want here. Metro Councilman Marcus Winkler says code. Louisville has now placed 543 of its graduates in the new careers and the technology sector. Mayor Fisher says nearly 300 companies and organizations have hired at least one code. Louisville graduate level is a model of how programs Should work for every community. In this case, City government identified a need to grow our tech community, he says. Louisville has added nearly 4000 new tech jobs since 2015 and is now seeing a faster growth rate in tech jobs than many of its Pierce City's. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 w H. A S in Chicago of Fight over a Thanksgiving meal leaves one person dead. Another charged with murder. Police say it appears James Dixon put his hands and some Thanksgiving leftovers. As he was being escorted out of the Chicago house by the hosts boyfriend, then sell Jackson. A fight broke out. It was on the front porch, where Jackson was stabbed at least nine times. Dixon is now charged with murder. His lawyer says Dixon was just trying to defend himself. Jennifer Keiper. CBS NEWS Chicago governor. Bashir's Koba 19 briefing is coming up at four o'clock. I'm Paul. Miles news radio. A 40. Wh A Yes way. Just had a regular Thanksgiving.
Federal judges uphold Kentucky governor's virus school order
"Of hell. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir's order to stop him first in class is that religious schools during the pandemic, the panel issued a stay of a federal judge's order last week that said the order couldn't apply because of First Amendment rights protecting religious institutions. America is
Fresh update on "bashir" discussed on Scott Sloan
"Free speaking which, though I'll tell you those folks who are not having that pretty a weekend. I mean, think about it Wednesday, the biggest bar night of the year. Um, you think? Well, it's gotta be sand Patty's Day. But Thanksgiving is notorious for places like that making money in a time of day and age, when when we need him to make money, right general yacht, maybe doing some black Friday shopping, Probably not this year, but you're out. You get some food, you know, one's cooking your title leftovers and literally, it is a It's a great weekend, not just for merchants with black Friday, but You could call it Black. Wednesday. Black Friday. Black Saturday Black maybe Sunday for taking today off for food and beverage. This is a time where people get together, right? You're having office parties get together friends you haven't seen in a year. That kind of stuff and with covert numbers now, Peking, the United States over a quarter million Corona virus related deaths. Now, last week, we hit that number. Kentucky is seeing high numbers of people presenting with covert 19. And the screws them both down even tighter on places by Governor Bashir in Kentucky. And on that this morning is Stacy Roof of the Kentucky Restaurant Association on 700 Wlw stays. He hope your Thanksgiving as well, are you It was great. I'm doing well, How are you? I'm doing fine. Here's what I did Thanksgiving that normally I like to cook. I enjoy cooking. My mom's got us to have stuffing recipe got rest. Her soul would make that. But this year I decided to order food and was tremendous for Manor house just down the street, which is a Like a catering and, you know business. Do you have your weddings there and stuff like that on the food was great. Um, missile, homemade quality. Just because you don't you're going to cook it differently than I would. But I like the fact that you would support local business hopes this hopefully if you're listening, or even for the holidays, you know, get a side dish something along those lines and help support these local businesses. But I have a fear. That this last week in the last four days is not a bright one at all for particularly restaurants, bars and like in Kentucky and Ohio. I think you're right. Um, you know when, mostly on like you said on the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving and on black Friday and really that whole weekend people are out in about there. You know, shopping there visiting with each other. They're setting up places to meet for lunch there picking up dinner there. Um, you know, they're just socializing and, um, places they're very, very busy. It's a It's a perfect weekend to kick off the festivities and, you know, kind of carry those restaurants typically through that month of December when they're having office parties and Dinners and, you know, doing catering jobs and things that really kind of get him through January and February, when things aren't so so bright And and now I'm missing out on all that, too. And the fact that matters Governor Andy Beshear Rock the Commonwealth last week and saying, Look, here's what we're gonna do, Um, gatherings limited one household plus one other household limited. Eight people. Attendance at venues, Spaces, Weddings, funeral 25. Restaurant bar's closed her indoor dining. You're you're allowed to do to go stuff on outdoor, which the weather was okay this weekend, only people were eating outside. But Jim's and fitness centers to pulls limited 33% capacity. But that in particular is a lot of people pushing back of that, saying there's no way you can tell me who I can't have in my house. I get that, but Unfortunately, seems like The only way to punish the citizens is to go after the businesses that are licensed by the health Department because, with a straight face, there's no way you can tell the how many people are in my house. But let alone coming and kicking my front door in and seizing my turkey is evidence. You simply can't do that. But what you can do is you can punish, I think unfairly. Bars and restaurants. That is so true, and we saw a lot of activity out and retail establishments this weekend. My family and I were out yesterday afternoon and drove by. Ah, business that had a hot dog cart in front of the retail business. And I'm like, you know, this is how they're capitalizing. Really? On the fact that you can't go sit down in a restaurant. You know if you're out shopping, eh? Often get something on your way to the car and, you know long lines outside the outlet malls on Uh, it's not do you? I think last time we talked stays here. If you said that the failure rate for business is going to be extremely high. What are we looking at now? Well, it's always been projected of 15 or 20% loss of our restaurants. By the time all of this is over, and we went into 2020 with about 7700 restaurant locations in the state of Kentucky with over $9 billion in sales over 200,000 employees, and, um, you know, we're Down significantly, obviously not only in revenue, but with all with people laid off with a broken unemployment system, With federal unemployment ending uhm and so all of those factors just are Devastating already to an already devastated industry, but also to employees who are working at December and thinking, Okay, if I don't have a job, and I can't pay my bills, I certainly can't celebrate the holidays. Stacy Roe from the Kentucky Restaurant Association on what should have been a huge weekend for restaurants and bars and like not so much this week, and actually worse than it's ever been simply because of governor Bashir's order in the Commonwealth to Shut everything down. You're not open for everything closed for indoor dining. It seems like you know, the more we put the screws down on going out and doing stuff socially, where I contend, you guys could do a much better job because you're used to health protocols right when it comes to handling food and beverage. Yeah, there's rules to play by the standards that you can more readily enforce that when I go into a place But when I go to, you know my Aunt Bertha's house for Thanksgiving. There's 15 people. They're not so much. Generally you tend to see food poisoning cases spiker on the holidays, and it's never usually at bars and restaurants. It's always because someone under cooked a turkey or something like that. So if we're bad, a sanitary precautions at home. Why would we want people to congregate there more? Because people were social? We're not. We're gonna disregard all this certain way. Absolutely. I couldn't agree more. You know, we have protocols that we have to have in place and we're judged on and raided on every day of the year, so there is no better industry in my opinion outside health care. It takes better care of making sure that you're safe. You're in.
Ohio, Kentucky Hospitals Struggle With Growing Number Of COVID-19 Patients
"And Ohio and Kentucky hospitals and healthcare workers have been overwhelmed by the growing number of coronavirus patients this week. Foreign Boyer of member station. W E. K U Reports on public please buy health officials in both states so higher reported a two day total of more than 17,000 new coronavirus cases on Thanksgiving Day and Friday. Already that states hospital systems are running short of ice to you beds because of an increase of covert 19 patients. Kentucky broke its daily case record on Thursday with more than 3800 cases. Governor Andy Bashir condemned threats being made to local health departments in Kentucky and elsewhere in the U. S. It is awful and it is disgusting are our local health department workers are scared. They're scared to release their local numbers. You're scared to do basic enforcement. The number of new covered 19 cases are expected to rise nationally of the next few weeks after many people traveled over the Thanksgiving holiday for NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer.
Fresh update on "bashir" discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News
"Officers arriving to find a man and woman both who had been shot in. Both were pronounced dead at the scene. Police have no suspects. You know anything about what happened? You're asked to call the anonymous tip line. That number is 574. Ellen P. D. We're headed to Frankfurt. Now. That's where we find Governor Andy Bashir reporting over 2800 new cases of covert 19 and state the governor reporting those cases in an email yesterday along with 11 new deaths That brings the state's positivity raid up to nearly nine and a quarter percent over 1700, Kentucky, injure hospitalized and almost 220 Year on ventilators We are expecting to hear from the governor again for his Daily briefing this afternoon at four o'clock when he gets there you'll, of course hear him live here on 8 40. W. H. A. S, among other things were expecting him to discuss the weekend activity involving the U. S sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Upholding his closure of public and private schools in the interest of public health. We're also expecting Kentucky State police to release the body camera video from the L. A. P D officer involved shooting in the Portland neighborhood. That shooting happened last week. A S P is In charge of releasing that video is part of a new policy change that has the state police investigating all L M P d officer involved shootings. It's not clear when they will be releasing that information. But we are told that It is expected to be sometime today. We're moving out to California that state seeing its covert 19 numbers rise rapidly. This is Alex Stone in Los Angeles County were today the 10 million residents who live here under a new stay at home order, taking effected bands, most gatherings of any size, even inside homes. Pretty much nobody is allowed to be in a home who doesn't live there or having essential need to be in that home. Playgrounds or closed again. Essential retail is limited to 35% capacity, non essential 20%. And we will end in Bahrain, where a formula One driver is recovering after walking away from a fire reaction in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. One writer calling the driver's actions quote a stunning escape that Harry Houdini would have struggled to match a BCS. Megan Te, breezy and describes the scene during the first lap of the Formula One barring Grand Prix. French driver Roman Grosjean's car was sent sliding sideways into a barrier after clipping another car. Collision at 125 MPH splitting the car in half the vehicle instantly exploding in flames grow. John spent up to 28 seconds trapped inside the burning car. He was finally able to jump through the flames and over the wall he had slammed into and with the help of emergency crews, he walked away from the scene with only minor burns on his hands and ankles. Your next news update. Is it seven? I'm Will Clark News Radio Way. 40 wh ehn..
Princess Diana’s brother speaks out about portrayal in ‘The Crown’
"Diana's brother speaking out as the new season of the crown as putting her private life back in the spotlight kelly. Kobe has more on the controversy. It's family drama on a scale. But princess diana's brother says the diana and charles. You see in the netflix series. The crown aren't real americans. Tell me they've watched the crown taking a history lesson. Well they haven't in an eye tv interview airing last weekend. Diana's brother says the crown's producers asked to film diana's childhood home said obviously not. yeah. I feel very passionately that i have a role to on memory. It comes at the same time as it. New investigation into how the bbc got this explosive interview with diana in one thousand nine hundred five when the princess went public about her troubled relationship with prince. Charles well there were three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded now. The journalist martin bashir is accused of using fake bank statements to show diana ross. Employees is being paid to spy on her and to convince her to talk the. Bbc's says it's taking the allegations seriously martin bashir who worked for abc and msnbc hasn't commented but an internal investigation in nineteen ninety-six found. He'd done nothing
Prince William heartbreak: Duke broke down in 'tears' after explosive Diana interview
"Tonight. Britain's prince william is breaking his silence on that new investigation into the bbc's infamous interview with princess diana in one thousand nine hundred ninety five investigation looking into claims. She was tricked in doing it. Abc's james longman from london tonight tonight. Prince william is breaking his silence about a new investigation into this controversial interview with his mother. Diana think mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well lewis three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded williams. Saying he tentatively welcomed the independent investigation into how journalist martin bashir persuaded the princess to speak calling it a step in the right direction and saying it should help. Establish the truth. It's a significant move. Lending wait too long held beliefs in diana's family that she used dishonest tactics to land the interview. Charles spencer. diana's brother has claimed she had bank statements forged to trick diana into thinking. Royal staff being paid for information on her and the bashir said her car and funds were being tracked but she has yet to respond to the claims. The bbc saying he's too ill to comment of reportedly suffering from covid nineteen and undergoing heart surgery. The bbc cleared of any wrongdoing in nineteen ninety-six. But it says it's taking this new investigation very seriously.
Landmark 1995 Princess Diana interview to be probed
"Inside the royal family on the investigation into Princess Diana's controversial 1995 BBC interview. ABC is James Longman has more. I'm saying he tentatively welcomed the independent investigation into how journalist Martin Bashir persuaded the princess to speak, calling it a step in the right direction. And saying it should help establish the truth. It's a significant move, lending wait too long held beliefs and Dana's family that Bashir used dishonest tactics to land the interview, but she always employed by ABC News for several years during the early two thousands. Tyson
Prince William welcomes new probe into 1995 Diana interview
"Britain's prince william is breaking his silence on that new investigation into the bbc's infamous interview with diana in one thousand nine hundred ninety five investigation looking into claims. She was tricked in doing it. Abc's james longman from london tonight tonight. Prince william is breaking his silence about a new investigation into this controversial interview with his mother. Diana do you think. Mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well there were three of us in this march so it was a bit crowded. Williams saying he tentatively welcomes the independent investigation into how journalist. Martin bashir persuaded the princess to speak calling it a step in the right direction and saying it should help establish the truth. It's a significant move. Lending wait too long held beliefs. In dana's family that bashir used dishonest tactics to land the interview charles. Spencer diana's brother has claimed prochet had bank statements forged trick diana into thinking royal staff. Were being paid for information on her. And the bashir said her car and funds were being tracked but she has yet to respond to the claims. The bbc saying he's too ill to comment after reportedly suffering from covid nineteen and undergoing heart surgery. The bbc cleared of any wrongdoing in nineteen ninety-six. But it says is taking this new investigation very seriously
Prince William welcomes new probe into 1995 Diana interview
"Royal officials say prince William has tentatively welcome an independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding a BBC interview in nineteen ninety five with his mother princess Diana William who is second in line to the throne said in a statement that the probe is a step in the right direction he added that it should help establish the truth behind the actions that led to the interview as well as a subsequent decisions taken by those in the B. B. C. at the time the BBC announced on Wednesday it has appointed a retired senior judge to lead an investigation into the nineteen ninety five interview after Diana's brother Charles Spencer made renewed complaints this month that journalist Martin Bashir used false documents and other dishonest tactics to convince Diana to agree to the interview zero Shockley on them
What Biden's America could look like
"In much of the world and nowhere more. So than among america's allies joe biden's victory has come as a great relief under his presidency. There will be no more bullying and threats to leave. Nato america will stop treating the european union as a photo on trade or its own forces stationed in south korea as a protection racket in place of donald. Trump's wrecking bowl. Mr biden will offer an outstretched hand working over simply on global crises. From kuroda to climate change under mr trump america's favorability ratings in many allied countries sank to new lows. Mr biden promises to make america a beacon again a champion of lofty values and the defender of human rights leading as he puts it in his acceptance speech not only by the example of our pa but by the power of our example allies are central to mr biden's vision he rightly sees them as a multiplier of american influence tuning a country with a quarter of global. Gdp into a force with more than double that he is also a multilateral by instinct on his first day in office he will rejoin the paris agreement on climate change which america formerly left on november the fourth unlike mr trump. He believes it is better to lead the world health organization than to leave it. He will reinvigorate arms control a priority being to ensure order new. Start the last remaining. Nuclear pact with russia is extended beyond february the fifth he would like to rejoin the nuclear deal with iran that mr trump dumped if he can persuade the iranians to go back into compliance inevitably. America's friends have a long list of things they hope it will do as it reimburses global leadership the demand stretch from places and organizations. Mr trump has abused such as the un and allies like germany. Two parts of the world. He has ignored such as much of africa. And it will not be smooth traveling not all countries in our style jake for a return to obama era politics when america lead from behind and blood. It's red lines. Several countries on nato's front line with russia like the way defenses. Have been beefed up under mr trump and asian allies like how mr trump has confronted. China talked a free and open indo pacific and worked on the cloud with australia india and japan. Mr biden needs to prove that he will not turn soft. His priorities will be to quell virus and improve the economy on both counts. He can count on little support and much pushback. If the senate is under republican control as is likely such troubles at home have probably also exacerbated. The country's reluctance to take on more foreign burdens. Who can be sure that world-weary jacksonians will come galloping. Back in twenty twenty four. Perhaps even with mr trump in the saddle so rather than pile demand upon needed demand. America's allies should go out of their way to show that they have learned to pull their weight. Nato partners for example should not relax defense spending just because mr trump is no longer bullying them. Germany should pay heed to french. Average to build european defense capacity. there is scope to do so without undermining nato europeans could lend a big hand to france in these suheil in asia. The quad could keep deepening naval and other cooperation. Japan and south korea should restrain their feuding taiwan or to make a more serious contribution to its own defense. I should also work with america to repair the international order. They can support efforts to resist chinese or russian rule. Bending many countries will want to join mr biden's efforts at concerted carbon cutting mr biden will face a world full of problems but he will also start with strengths. Thanks to mr trump. He has sanctions on adversaries including iran and venezuela that he can use as chips and among friends he can seek to convert relief at renewed american engagement into stronger. Burden-sharing is allies would be wise to answer that call with enthusiasm. Finally how princess diana shaped british politics netflix's flagship series. The crown has done a fine job of telling the story of postwar britain through the prism of the monarchy. The previous series nephew is in the mid nineteen seventies mired in the miners strike and the three day week new one which began streaming on november fifteenth. Introduces us to two women. Who were destined to change the country in profound ways margaret thatcher and lady diana spencer lady thatcher made it clear from the first but she was in the business of changing the nation. They design a spencer was a bird of a very different feather. Shy girl who had failed all her o levels twice and had no interest in politics she was brought onto the national stage for the soaker of producing mail as to the throne yet. The country is still living with her political legacy as surely as it is with lady. Thatcher's princess diana's genius was to mix two of the most profound forces of modern politics emotion and anti elitism into a powerful populist cocktail. She was one of the modern masters of the politics of emotion. Feeling the people's pain just as they felt hers. She repeatedly outmaneuvered prince. Charles during long war of the wales's because she was willing to bare her soul in public interview with martin bashir of the bbc in november. Nineteen ninety-five is now the focus of controversy as her brother earl. Spencer claims that it was obtained under false pretenses using forged documents. Whatever the reason for it. The interview was a masterclass in emotional manipulation at one pivotal moment. Princess diana acknowledged that she would never be queen but hope that she would be queen of people's hearts. The princess used her mastery of the politics of feeling to turn himself into a champion of the people against the powerful. The people's princess in tony blair's raise she patronized charities that helped marginalized folks such as hiv patients and kept company with pop stars and celebrities rather than with the usual royal wax. Books the most memorable music at her funeral was not an historic him. But a song by elton john adapted for herbert originally written about another icon. Turn victim marilyn monroe. Anti elitism was directed. Not at the monarchy's wells. She happily lived in kensington palace and received a seventeen million pound. That's twenty three million dollar divorce. Settlement plus four hundred thousand pounds a year but added stunted emotional state the traditional deal to which royal side allow them to behave as they liked in crowded kings have almost always had mistresses because they marry her reasons of dynasty not compatibility so long as they behaved with decorum in public princess. Diana regarded this humbug. She succeeded in reconciling the most. Jarring of opposites despite being a top tier aristocrat. Her family the spencers. Look down on the windsors this german carpetbaggers. She was universally known as die. Her death in a car crash won her a spectacular posthumous victory against the royal court. It produced the greatest burst public lack remission. Britain has ever seen and led to widespread demands that the royal should display more emotion. As if the damn cheek could replace the stiff upper lip as the definition of britishness. What would really do the monarchy. Good show that they had grasped the lesson of diana's popularity and editorial in the independent thundered would be for the queen and the prince of wales to breakdown cry and hug one another on the steps of the abbey this saturday. Cincinnati death emotional. Populism has threaded through politics. Tony blair presented himself as the people's prime minister. He championed cool. Britannia surrounded himself with popstars and urged his staff to call me. Tony the next conservative prime minister call me. Dave cameron a distant relation of princess. Diana's adopted this combination of compassion signaling. Hugging hoodies is instead of cracking down on juvenile delinquents and studied informality relaxing and kitchen suppers replacing previous. Tory premier stiffness. Both men were responsible to that emotional. Populism interfere with the affairs of state domestic and foreign policy choices continued to be conducted according to the dictates of reason evidence brexit tears. By contrast follow the diana's script they appeal to the heart rather than the had to win their arguments. They used feelings of patriotism and resentment rather than facts about trade flows. They denounced the elites for trying to straight the wisdom of the people in much the same way as diana files denounce the palace for ignoring the people's emotions lay turned on the nation's core institutions. Parliament the civil service the supreme court when they suspected attempts to frustrate their wishes they succeeded in defeating the establishment in much the same way as princess diana had by claiming to stand for emotion rather than reason and the people rather than the elite alexander. Boris federal johnson has reconciled the opposites. He embodies justice. She did a card carrying member of the metropolitan elite. He has managed to sell himself as a man of the people as she was die. So he is. Boris the first series of the crown shows a young queen. Elizabeth studying water badgett's english constitution under the guidance of henry. Martin the vice provost of eton who kept a pet raven in a cage and address the on crisis gentlemen budgets. Great work distinguishes between the dignified branch of the constitution. The monarchy and the efficient branch elected politicians implicit in that distinction is badges perception. That emotions pose a dangerous threat to the proper conduct of politics. The monarchy provides a controlled lead for them thus enabling responsible people to get on with the difficult task of running the country by using people's feelings as the fuel for her astonishing career princess. Diana broke that safety valve britain will be living with the consequences of the emotional populism that she helped to release for years to come.
Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions
"Emergency orders related to covet. Put restrictions on businesses and people Governor Bashir is planning on giving an update on the still closed Brent Spence Bridge coming up in an hour. We will carry that for you Live Trump campaign adviser Koylu in Taos. Key has tested positive for Corona virus.
BBC Orders Inquiry Into Diana Interview After Claim Princess Was Misled
"About journalist Martin Bashir in his his 1995 1995 interview interview with with Princess Princess Diana. Diana. It It raised raised old old questions questions about about how how he he got got that that interview. interview. Specifically, Specifically, the the documentary documentary claim claim that that doctored doctored bank bank statements statements purportedly purportedly proving proving that royal employees close to the princess were being paid for spying on her were used by this year to gain Diana's trust. During the sit down, Diana spoke of her crowded marriage to Prince Charles admitted an affair of her own and told how in her despair she suffered from bulimia. The BBC announced that it would open an independent investigation into the allegations. This year who is recovering from heart bypass surgery and covert 19 has had no comment. A study has looked at ongoing
Fewer Americans filed for unemployment last week
"Seeking unemployment benefits down slightly from last week. Dave Packer has the numbers 751,000 Americans filing new unemployment claims over the last week. That's down just 7000 from revised numbers the week before. It's the 33rd straight week of historically high unemployment claims during the pandemic, with the number of claims stagnating in this high range over the last 10 weeks. And Frank for governor Andy Bashir says due to the unchecked spread of cove in 19, the Commonwealth Mask mandate is extended for another 30 days. At his briefing Wednesday, Bashir cited a voter survey by the New York Times that shows 71% of Kentucky and support the mask mandate We have seen When I showed you, Tennessee versus Kentucky what happens and where we would be without a mask mandate in terms of additional cases. An additional deaths this year announced 1635 new cases and 11 new deaths. The Koven 19 related death toll in Kentucky is now 1514. Positivity rate is 6.3%. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. W H. A. Yes, And
Police training used Hitler quotes, urged cadets to be "ruthless"
"Not so long ago. Training material for Kentucky State Police contain quotes from Adolf Hitler. That came to light through reporting from student journalists that manual High school in Louisville. Slideshow containing the quotes was used as evidence in a lawsuit against the state police detective who shot a man in 2018 1 of the quotes Be a loving father, spouse and friend. As well as the ruthless killer. The organization that oversees the state. Police says the material has not been used for seven years. Governor Andy Bashir and other state officials say it is totally unacceptable.
New COVID-19 infections in Kentucky remain near record
"Kentucky reporting a near record number of new Corona virus cases yesterday. Governor Andy Bashir called it a dangerous time. We're moving the wrong way The states positivity rate reached 6.19%. The highest level since May. 6, he said, 1941 new covert 19 cases in the blue grass. And 15 Mohr virus related deaths
Sudan And Israel Agree To Normalize Relations In Deal Brokered By White House
"Rather more enthusiastic than Sudan that it was about to become the third out of state to agree to normalize relations with Israel in a matter of months. Mr. Trump made the announcement at the White House some Friday shortly after rescinding Sudan's listing as a state sponsor of terrorism. But since then, Sudan's foreign minister has said that any deal could any go ahead with the approval of what at the moment is a non existent Legislative council. And if the government is somewhat lukewarm, there's been more open hostility inside Sudan that being street protests in Khartoum in support of the Palestinians, while Sudan's former prime minister Sadeq al Mahdi, Who leads the country's biggest political party, said the agreement could help ignite a new war in the Middle East on DH jeopardized the authority off the transitional government that government made up of civilians and soldiers. Has been running the country after the overthrow of longtime dictator Omar al Bashir. Last year Filmmaker
Indiana Reports 2,519 New Coronavirus Cases, 27 Additional Deaths
"Obeyed numbers continue. In Indiana, the State Health Department reported 2519 new cases, the state's third highest single day total, and 27 newly reported deaths. The death toll in Indiana is now over. 4000 Governor Andy Bashir doesn't have a briefing this afternoon, and he'll release Kentucky's numbers sometime in the five o'clock hour.
‘It’s a New Day’: Sudan Exults to Be Taken Off List of Terror States
"USA DOT ORG. President trump says Sudan to be removed from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism by Sami mackney. Cairo. President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be removed from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism if it follows through on its pledge to pay three, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars to American terror victims and their families but some hurt in the attacks weren't happy with the deal. The move would open the door for the African country to get international loans and aid needed to revive its battered economy and rescued the country's transition to democracy the announcement just two weeks ahead of the US presidential election also comes as the trump administration works to get other Arab countries such as Sudan to join the United Arab, Emirates and Bahrain's recent recognition of Israel. Delisting Sudan from the state sponsors. Blacklist is a key incentive for the Sudanese government to normalize relations with Israel. Trump's announcement came after Treasury Secretary Steven mnuchin traveled to Bahrain to cement the Gulf states recognition of the Jewish state. Trump tweeted great news new government of Sudan, which is making great progress agreed to pay three, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars to US terror victims and families once deposited, I will lift Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list at long last justice for the American people and big step for Sudan. Sudan has agreed to pay compensation for victims of the Nineteen Ninety, eight bombings of the US. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania attacks conducted by of bin Laden's al-Qaeda network while bin Laden was living in Sudan. General Farrah Bihan head of Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council welcomed trump's announcement. As constructive step. He said in a tweet, the removal would come in recognition of the historic change has taken place in Sudan. Sudan, his own a fragile path to democracy after a popular uprising. Last year led to the military to overthrow autocratic leader Omar Al-Bashir in April nineteen. A military civilian government now runs the country with elections possible in late twenty, twenty two. In an address to the nation Prime Minister Abdullah Home Doc said getting off the list would help his government benefit from debt relief and access foreign loans and investments which are seen as the country's gateway to economic recovery. The country has more than sixty billion dollars in foreign debt he said. It's a long way. He said it needs serious planning and hard work to achieve the maximum benefit of this opportunity. Once, the compensation money has been deposited. Trump is designed an order removing Sudan from the terrorism list on which has languished under heavy American sanctions for twenty seven years. Is Than. Expected to act to restore Sudan's sovereign immunity which would effectively stop future compensation claims from being
Governor Beshear calls for change after plan to kidnap Michigan governor, provides update on COVID-19
"To star with Governor Andy Bashir, who discussed Corona virus and domestic terrorism at his Thursday briefing this year referred to the plot revealed Thursday against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer saying. Going forward. We're gonna have to have a stronger and we're already growing it focus on domestic terrorism, especially coming out of covert in his Corona virus. Update. Bashir announced 884 new cases for a total of 77,455 cases since March. Tough day today in terms of Kentucky is lost. We're reporting 11. Kentucky and who have died, at least in part to Koven 19. The current death toll is 1230 for
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Governor Bashir says the new Connect will save Kentucky and about $15 million a year. Ah, Louisville Woman is sharing her story of survival on this National fire prevention Week. Paul Miles. Reports. Rochelle Russillo was cooking breakfast last year when a grease fire started. But instead of covering the fire, Russillo tried to take the pan outside. She slipped and spilled the grease on her face, arms and legs and I was I went into the O R, and I didn't think that I was too Rochelle spent two months at you, a bell Hospitals burn center. The pain is beyond imaginable. Mohr than a year later, Rochelle Russillo has persevered. And she has a message for other burn victims. And so I want them to understand that you know, life will never be what it was before. But a CZ long as you're here. Then celebrate the life that you do. Paul Miles news radio 8 40 GS, a former library worker in central Texas is under arrest on accusations of stealing over a million dollars in print toner. The city of Austin says Randall White, had bought the toner using city funds from 2007 to 2019, then resold the ink online. Why did is also accused of using a city credit card to buy personal items, including video games, BR headsets and a drone. Your next news Update us following Governor Bashir's briefing at four I'm Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40 W Wow, Hauser's..
Kentucky reports 1,004 new virus cases
"To start this hour in Frankfurt with Governor Andy Bashir, who tells us That state added 1000 and four new cases. It's the first time for back to back 1000 plus case days since the beginning of the pandemic. This is the first time since March, the sixth We've had over 1000 cases in two consecutive days. There were four deaths reported as well. The governor says that that it's it's another another high high water water our our cases cases showing showing that that we we had had the the most most cases cases we've we've ever ever had had in in a a single single week. week. Last Last week. week. And And right right now now we're we're Maura than on track to exceed that. This week
"bashir" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"It is perhaps the only consolation of living under a dictator, the knowledge that unless the autocrat in question manages to somehow go the distance and die peacefully in office. Their retirement options are usually pretty limited. The on host despot, assuming they survive, the process of being overthrown, is very often presented with a choice of some combination of trial, exile or imprisonment, and in extremists, an appointment with a barracks wall and a blindfold. The latest redundant tyrant to have discovered this is Omar Al-Bashir former president of Sudan who appeared in the dark in Khartoum this week. Russia and soulful of other former officials are facing charges related to the coup data in which basheer then a colonel in the Sudanese army seized power from an elected government back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand nine. If convicted and without wishing to prejudice the verdict, the judge letting this one slide on the basis that it was the first offense seems unlikely, but she faces the death penalty. This week's proceedings were introductory formality. The trial resumes own August eleventh. It is a little over a year since she was forced from the position of absolute power. And that he'd held for three decades in late 2018 and early two, thousand, nineteen, huge under stunningly brave public protests against. Chronic poverty and shortages grew beyond, but she is ability to repress them. In April two, thousand nineteen, he was removed from office by the same means he used to install himself in it. A military coup after thirty years in power president immoral. Bashir has been forced out of power by the country's military. The army has dissolved the government and declared a state of emergency. Military sources say it all started before dawn on Thursday morning. Morning I'll. She was told by security chiefs that there was no alternative but to step down, and he went quietly since then by she has been stuck in limbo. PECULIAR TO UNEMPLOYED Authoritarians, such a character doesn't really have any way they can go or anything they can do and the country they still hold regards them as either or both nuisance and menace. Bess she has already been tried once since being unloaded in December, he was convicted of corrupt dealings with Saudi, Arabia and sentenced to two years breaking news from sedan protesters in the street in support of President Ominami she a former president. Al-Bashir, who we've just learned has been sentenced to two years in prison on financial irregularity charges, and that is to say nothing of these still greater legal jeopardy, which has been looming the best. She for a while in two thousand nine, the. The International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest, ushering into legal history as the first sitting head of state ever to be indicted for crimes against humanity, since then both sides of this legal and political case have been lobbying their case to world leaders sedan. Here's the chargers should be suspended, and the court argues they should be pursued. The charges relate to the brutal conflict in Sudan's Darfur region in the early two thousands. They accused Bushier of being individually responsible for various. Committed by the forces, he commanded including murder rape, forcible transfer, torture and genocide. Up until last year, it looked like the indictment of Basha. was going to be purely symbolic value so long as Basha confined his state visits to countries, unlikely to send the cops to meet his aircraft among them in Saudi Arabia the United Arab. Emirates Egypt Qatar Nigeria not some breaking news in the past hour or so Sudan has said it will hand over the full of President Omar Al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court. It now appears increasingly that the ICC's interest in Basham might be seized upon by Sudan's new rules to rid themselves of an awkward burden. In February the sovereignty council of Sudan a transitional governing body, theoretically easing, Sudan elections in late, two, thousand, twenty two said Basheer would be delivered to the ICC at some unspecified future juncture. This would also have the virtue from Sudan's perspective of signaling that it wished to bring to a close. It's long years as at best a semi rogue state. On Sudan's current wishlist is removal from the US State Department's list of terrorist sponsors, and the freeing up of foreign aid and foreign investment would go along with that. However, she is present difficulties. Play out. It can only be hoped that they are furnishing some measure of solace to his victims, or at least in the many instances where she is, victims are no longer with us to those who grieve them. and Oh. bessieres himself is obviously deserving of no sympathy, whatsoever it would be something if his travails serve as a cautionary parable to aspiring or actual oppresses, specifically as a warning that everything ends, and that dictatorships usually and badly and often very suddenly for the dictator. Omar Al Bashir is not the first to travel this trajectory, and is hopefully far from the last from being his nation's crucial figure to finding himself. He's countries. Least wanted man. For monocle twenty four I'm Andrew..
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Good businesswoman thing which I was not the point of this terrible nursery rhyme, but it was trying to make a dollar out of fifteen cents, so what got ingrained in my young brain was like Oh like Chinese people that are good at business, and they have lots of businesses, because I grew up in the bay area where everybody had a business, but it weirdly like. Dick's these racist tropes in your brain. Even when you get them wrong, I did because I'm sure that was more about like. I don't know calling Asian people cheap or something yeah. that. They haven't heard that one I haven't either actually, but Oh, Shit! I'm so sorry I thought it was so common. Maybe. Just some bay area shit. I think there's also. Like even if the point doesn't sink in it kind of just creates this atmosphere where like talking about race, and what types of races are like? Somehow just innocent for children, and it's like yeah. Yeah, guess what. That's never been the case. It's always bad. fought all right i. don't I don't know if the caller really had a question other than yeah, they should is racist. What Ziegler covert by racist person! I know I know yeah, the the calpoly. Raises. Oh, don't worry. We've gotten that you got those before. That's all yeah, yeah, yeah, you know what turns out. People are racist also. They're not very good at not blocking their caller ID. When they call into a racism show biracial slurs, we don't usually use those voicemails, but there there and I wrote down everyone's number. Let's do let's do voice. CAST! Hey guys I am a southern black male I was born a happy hour with a friend It's my co worker and her husband, and then she invited her friends glow. And her her friend's husband, trying to well anyway, we were all talking, and for some reason her purpose has been decided..
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"There's no room on the diamond February what about summer and we were like for? You can't do it. And they're like no, no, but but you gotta do in the summer and we were like okay. And then it was like well. We'll do it on Jim Teeth which I think we pushed for, and I will tell you this nineteen. Just celebrate it now as domestication day, but I will tell you that in Chicago on the South side I never even learned about you in. College so many things you just don't want like twenty four hundred you. Know I learned about it in College in Chicago, but it took a black. Nineteen years old yeah yeah. I wonder if blind people growing up in the south learned about it more. I'd be interested if our listeners WanNa tweet and tell us when you learned about it. That would be interesting I. Think it was a big the own Texas. Was it was so far the ultimate land. He said he had heard about it in Atlanta, but I gotta tell you know if you know now days. I know folks don't understand this because we have the Internet. But nineteen, ninety I graduated high, school ninety four ninety, four ninety three era like it was very regional like Ron of Chicago. I listened to Chicago House music some New York. That's it nothing from the West goes from the south and it wasn't again until about ninety six ninety seven I. Got You Know College? I started hearing about the south when I started. Hearing about you know some obviously sloop in the travel, but a lot of other west never made it. You know east of the Mississippi it, so you know. Nowadays people really are spoilt. Get. Music and culture from all over the planet but at the time I was in high school Lewis. Is Few things that actually kinda trickled our way. Yeah people are spoiled, but also I'm constantly, Florida at how. Ignorant everyone's still is when there is just no excuse or when people like ask you if you personally post thing, and then they ask you what it is instead of just using using the Google that you god Rana everybody else has access to. So we're, we live with so much information and yet nobody believes anything and. I've had family. Allowing Research on vaccines and I'm like, are you? Doing your own research. You got a grant. You got a grant from the. Front and he just like little sign. You got your little. The kitchen just like. Maybe, this is the one. You know what you figured it out, buddy, you saw it. I mean I will say this line. Like. American individualism is like uniquely unprepared for a fucking pandemic right. It's like all we do cooperate. And we can't that. Is such a Simpson's episode. The reds is like everybody. Go out the exit door you like. Nobody's GonNa go out to exit going to break the windows band we're going to. Drill on the wall. We're not going to go out the door. Yeah, it is true. It's like We can't do the easy thing and get it right because we have to like fuck machine gun a virus, but. You guys have noticed this when you travel, but I noticed when I I haven't traveled recently, but back when I was in my state traveling days, I noticed that people will have Centra Fascination with America. And they see the such an exciting place in dig about that. I was like we really. We really are a country that goes. What's the most dangerous? Yeah Yeah you know six? They got we got we got trump began hither. We're talking gives us the most of a roller coaster feel. Like what's the most hair-raising.
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I guess, relative. All good, no go ahead. Sorry sorry. I have a weird little delay. And I'm just a route interrupt or so. It's a bad combo. The. The Sherman special is June teamed. Is it not duty originally what happened? Was We well his thing and Tony you so kind bless our season We hope to doing it. It was so we gotta talk about what we talked about before, but talk about that later. But we originally they came to listen congratulations, guys and we rely season two. They were like no. What our special and I was like. You know what I'll take it because that Hollywood works. You gotta best. You're you're to Amazon I don't take you. Take it, so we ranked. Because Sherman's really is like. With like the most fun, you know my favorite thing about it for those. Showcase is that you know. I think for years. In Hollywood, I was just beating down doors, taking out projects, and just trying to get the executives who are doing the purchasing because people need to know by Hollywood is even despite all the diversity you see on television. The people who make the final decision about what gets really on any network or streamer is a white person very top of the food chain people not. And who will look at your pitch, and look at it against the numbers, and against who you are, and they'll be very clinical decision made oftentimes it's not in favor of people who are something unique, different, a new, and unfortunately approving the irony of course being the unproven is sometimes performing. The best people are excited about something new. We're taking all his shows around, and nobody was really getting. NFL About Sherman is that it really does feel like toy box of me and riddles favorite stuff that I'm just proud proud that we do everything from Lana del Rey jokes which Tony. Do, you know are like you know -tations eleven, which is our like the temptations these eleven on. Really beautifully shot by the way that was shot. Beautiful! The whole Joe Looks Looks Amazing. It looks my favorite my favorite part of that. Is Win. Gladys Knight says once being to you. You just go crazy on this like this small as little revocation dioramas. You just lets loose us. That gladys played by Chirac. That was time working together. Also. I don't think so. No, we always audition against each other. That's been are fun. Little journey is like Hey, girl, so you at the test. By, the way auditioned buddy you walk in. People here are getting at this time. Can't be both of us. Don't get on. That's that's the rule Hollywood I. Mean you actually actually the nail in the ahead that oftentimes again, these people talk to make decisions. Even though you might have show that is very different than anything on their calculation. Be well. We already have best lot. Feel right so again. There's there's all these headwinds and whether you're black. You gotta face a lot of headwinds in this industry but I. Do think sometimes as white person. You brace unique. There's a little bit of extra. What is this I? Don't know this doesn't look like anything done, so I love Sherman showcased so much because I took a chance on us a Why for make the elemental both huge music nerds? We love the simpsons. I love the muppet show, so much of the show is actually based on the muppet show with white shown show backstage stuff. The. Train the Dan shows so the ability to do something like that. Where when I look at it, I to see myself and see all the different colors complexities that we enjoy. It just makes Super duper happy, and I'm just proud of it, and so we're doing a spectacular, and this is a black history must tackler. It was supposed to be a February, and then that was I. Guess what guys..
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Breathe out. We're about to get into any money state of mind. I'm Dr Imani. Walker I've been practicing as a psychiatrist for over ten years. I know that so many of y'all don't know where to start when you WanNa talk about your mental health. Only Monte, state of mind I'm going to have those conversations with you. Imani state of mind premiers. June twenty-fifth subscribe now in Stitcher Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. We all of Y'all in California right now. Andrea California Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm in Echo Park balance. I'm like two blocks from where the tank was parked. Yes, is posted on twitter. FDR is in Meyer. Are we going home for going on? I don't WanNa like Gel yeah yeah. Echo Park in my memory, and in my experience I'm in, La, for billionaires is a very. It's like one of the only walkable parts of this city, because anywhere else in La if you see somebody walking down the street easier for like. Right, yeah right. You can't even casually walked from. The people be all. No, so my question is. Have you seen it. Be Less walkie. ooh, that's interesting. I mean. Given given recent events it is people have just clearly like are not doing like shit is packed. It's like there's no there's no more distancing. Yeah, not even it does not feel like it yeah, but that's Sorta like gentrified neighborhood kind of five right. It's all these like you know like mostly white privilege. Kids who are lying fuck it I'm invincible. You know Kinda Shit so yeah, it's it has not changed a lot I. Mean I'm fucking locked up in my house? I barely go outside, but yeah, it's thatch. It's that sort of like you know like a sunset by me. This weekend looked like those videos of like just everyone hanging out in New York and it's like. You know and there was. At Echo Park also so that that contributed to some of it is one of those things it's like you know. People are not doing a good job with social distancing, but the vegan place was packed after the protests like. I guess that's just the demographics. I guess that's just how it goes. I've never seen any I mean. This is disliked. The weirdest I was talking to my my. My Dad about it and. Because you know rival corona like on, know about this stuff and needed. Obviously you know flowed right into the current protests such, but I was just thinking like you know you don't really get the privilege of being a human being without having some era of your life. Have some incredibly global pop off right like in the forties. You got wars before that. Yeah, allow obviously in the sixties. There was a little civil rights movement. which technically started started way back in the seventeen hundreds but server. But it peaked in the sixties. Ready really together really. Motion, finale at least or at least the finale, the legislative portion the law passing portion was in the sixties, and so I do was just wondering. Is this hour 'cause? I've never had anything. Even nine eleven didn't feel like it didn't feel like we all had to do something about it, you know. Local, but it was also a thing that I saw on television. When I was on the West Coast, and it just wasn't. You didn't have that. tactile feel wears corona in protest..
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"What else I mean racists everywhere. More Racist Andrew this the middle of your. Stand up what else? Everywhere well I'm just trying to figure out what like I mean obviously. Regular listeners will know. We've had a lot of fucking trouble navigating this new segment. These last month, really really this whole lockdown so. I almost feel like it's era responsible for us to. I mean there's just nothing to say like we don't have anything to say about. You know. And it also feel I. Don't know I don't know so. Let's just leave at like? Keep protesting as you can. All see the evidence is in front of you. Are Systems are racist and corrupt. They are more racist than ever. You know what that's. I'm sure incorrect, but they're still very racist. How about that? So yeah, there, you go, I don't know, do fucking something anything else anything. Make you happy this. Week Tony. while I was GONNA. Say the go fund me getting so high. That was really incredible. Yeah. Just seeing the different ways that people have talked to Raise money for different organizations. You know little. People with bands that are just putting on like small little living room concerts and Yeah, the fact that everybody's just finding a charity that is meaningful to them or that they feel is overlooked. That's been really nice And I blocked a ten year old girl on instagram. So that gave me a rush. But I've turned into you now on twitter I'm a young fiend and I don't give a fuck I'm like I'm sure they're all just like ooh. Look got to her and like sharing little screen, but I don't give a fuck your blah. I don't have to deal with. That's one less fly in my house. Get Out! It's the best Yeah, my. I think correct north of twenty thousand in quarantine. And, that's all by hand you have more people blocked than the Yo. Twitter account has followers. That's correct well. I don't fucking need them in my life. I. I mean I think again. I think what we can all agree is that I have more hate for racists than I have for anything else or love for anything else? I! Aren't me. To come out great. Okay well this week. Something that made me happy was we got to sit down with Bashir Saleh, who dean and by sit down with I mean I sat in my house, and everyone else sat in their houses. Seated, so that's a commonality we had. Experimenting with the Standup zooms actually, but I was sitting for this one. That's that's A. that's a move. A psychopath, a standard zoom. What are you young? I guess it's like. Kinda thing I don't know I'm now. I don't like it. Well Bashir is actually like in pretty good spirits for how terrible the world has delightful person and. Here's his. Here's the interview with him. Let's breathe in. And.
"bashir" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I don't think enough people appreciate how beyond like this is like feels like big and huge had revolutionary, but it also is like just the tiniest first step. Towards any any kind of fuck injustice so. I don't know. Like, it's good. It's good that your eyes were open. It's really good that your eyes were open, but You know. You're at best on the level of to. Reasonably Ignorant People of Color Aka. People like me and tawny. Who like you know we're aware of Shit, but we're not that aware of Shit and we have you know done things to help. Advance the idea of social justice or the cause of justice and equality but. We have not been by any measure doing quote so work. You know. Fuck. It. And I mean that's always been. Our thing is just that we are. We're to people who've never been quiet about. Our own perspective as people of Color, and now we're doing it on a podcast, but right so. Instead of hope. Maybe replace that with I. Am cautiously appreciative of the fact that more people are willing to have these conversations. That I've always just had and have gotten I rolls from ten years ago when I was trying to talk about shit on stage at the second city. Let's say and I've gotten people being like a little bit. The audiences so white. You'RE GONNA. Make them uncomfortable. You know and this is like well meaning friends and directors people who just didn't want me to be in an uncomfortable place or to put the audience in an uncomfortable place. It's like basic level shit. I'm not sitting here. You know fucking reading from James Baldwin tax. It was literally just like personal experience Type Shit. That was just uncomfortable to people to talk about so now. Hopefully I'm optimistic. That is shifting that people now don't tense up and run away when you say like Ham, a black person and this is different for me. Yeah Yeah. How about this the fact that. Anything Tawny or I have ever said is remotely considered revolutionary of means you've never encountered revolutionaries and now. Maybe people's eyes are being open to that so. I.
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Briefing Monday Bashir says starting may eleventh it'll be required for anyone out at a business to wear a mask this is hal even when we are plateau right now that we think that we will be on the decline how we can help to reduce the spread of this virus now given that we're all increasing our contacts right all out there older time increasing in different ways we're also going to need people to wear these to the grocery store or other places that they're going out where there are other people as for how covering up will be enforced this year said people won't be cited for not wearing one but they will be asked to businesses will also have the option to not serve someone without a proper face covering seven hundred Suzanne Duval they're currently four thousand one hundred and forty six cases of covert nineteen in Kentucky Ohio with fifteen thousand seven hundred plus while Indiana battling fifteen thousand nine hundred and sixty one cases of the corona virus it is forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW we got ourselves a chance of showers right through daybreak a morning low of fifty three for our Tuesday mostly cloudy high of sixty eight degrees at night a chance of showers and low down to fifty five from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. double scattered pop up showers continue this early Tuesday morning fifty five degrees Steven Hoffman represents Dayton and the rural areas west and north of Dayton he says local superintendents should make the decision about graduation because every district is different a school Jackson center with thirty three graduates I am sure that superintendent couldn't social systems improve it properly a bigger schools he said will be harder but it's doable one hundred and seventy graduates have what about you dear reader thirteen thousand seats and that's how they could choose to do it and bigger schools Mason Lakota etcetera but with a thousand graduates I think would be difficult but I think they should have the opportunity to go Dr Mensah seniors already have had to give up so much between winter and spring sports cancellations dances proms the end of school year traditions he's asking Mike to one of the superintendent to reconsider I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. of in nineteen responsible for another supply shortage yep the nation's the meat supply at risk more from ABC's Steve osunsami one of the country's largest meat provider explaining that the food supply chain in America is breaking and predicting a limited product and higher prices for their meats cobit nineteen is forced thirteen of the country's largest meat plants to close and the chairman of Tyson foods says that protecting workers means that millions of pounds of meat will no longer be shipped to grocery stores he says there is a serious food waste issue and that the same producers could have fed.
"bashir" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"So you need to do I remember. I think I read a quote from Barack Obama kind of said well when something gets onto my plate it it means that nobody else can kind of figure it out which means it's a really tough problem so if. I kind of get it right. Hof Time then. I'm probably doing pretty well because it seems that nobody else wants to do with this issue. And it's too hard and so I think in some ways is a CEO or an entrepreneur. But it's kind of how things odd things come to you. Fire or something terrible happened or it's really hard to figure it out and so. I think you have to kind of hold yourself. Accountable also recognized that it's really tough And then have that confidence to the even. If you've done something poorly the next day you can kind of have a fresh start. And that's probably been the most important thing for me again. You know there were weeks when I take feel that way but then there will be extent. You're on top of things you're doing really well and you feel great but also have to recognize that might be a moment in time It can be dangerous to either drink too much of Erin collate or get really down and say Having the confidence to tackle everything every day important I think as women often we hold ourselves as you mentioned aaliyah crazy high bar right you you know you had. It wasn't really easy for you to get which way you are but you still need to do so much more It's never enough. No nobody your feet up exactly An- and so I think it was women especially I think we can beat ourselves pilot And I'm trying to learn to do that. The less and have that confidence each day. Even when you know I might not feel. I deserved it. I think that there's this through line and keep trying to pick it apart of like who started the marketing campaign that this should be easy. 'cause like everyone is always shocked about how hard it is and I'm like but someone marketed us that it shouldn't be like if everyone said this is gonNa suck a lot and it's GonNa be hard. We wouldn't be so like deer in headlights. I go you couldn't have told me that was going to happen yet. I think it's always you have to have the naive optimism. Otherwise would never saw right through them. You know I take the marketing people have is because the any see the good bits. I think people read the articles all they read when the news is that right to your point us. Some great news right. You're not reading the terrible news like keep twelve selves. Because we know what they want to know about it right right also. That is a little bit of a of a Young Company. You kind of have to fake it till you make it right and say you don't. WanNa tell people about the strife And how it's been really hard or you lots of investors telling you know right didn't invest your idea because that seemed that rejection seems like it means that it's not a good idea right so. I think that because we're not good at sharing the hard pieces and because the way that we celebrate things is often in those milestones they know about your one day a new one moment of of extreme high They never know about the three hundred sixty four days that were either normal kinda crappy and so we probably need to do a better job of telling that but am it can be hard to be vulnerable enough to say that you had something while lots of people said no random and you've made lots of mistakes and things aren't working in San Areas. The business and you know I think we force people to have a lot of Bravado. Because if you don't have that bravado than often those companies what may because it's a bit self-fulfilling right. So do you take your own advice and Book Yourself? Great experiences on peak high trysofi. Yeah go on trips right I am I think it's really important for creativity and for your general happiness and also to build these connections with people So I think it's it's a really big piece of kind of why think is important and how I live my life and so the I started the business as personally a big passion. I also think it's important to like about other cultures and understand the communities and so for me Is a big piece of why and say and it's actually funny because I'll tell you. Why did you end up taking a lot of trips for inspiration as well? Oh you know doing that as part of your work. I've never strictly taken a trip for inspiration of always had to build inspiration into a trip but I would like to be that person. Yeah just like I'm GonNa go get inspired but I feel like time and money of always conspired that I have to like fit a zillion things into something. Yeah so I think I think that I think I'd like everyone to do is have everyday adventures I think one of the biggest mistakes that we make is that we save things up for vacation when in fact every weekend is an opportunity to do something fun. Two legs of the you can do a cooking class. You know on a Saturday afternoon with your friends right and you could help your kids learn how to horse ride at the weekend. You don't have to. You don't have to have these big long trips that you save up all the fun times for I think I'd like people to do is have everyday experiences. That are having fun with 'em and they're remembering the ghetto. Probably sitting in front of that Netflix for a couple of hours is not is enriching as going and having Some moments with people you care about. And so even if that's going to escape room because he wanted to puzzle with your friends nutty through to you know learning something new. I think I really WANNA encourage people to do that. And I definitely do that. I find it a great way to spend time with people that I care about but I've always had that bollock bug. I think I just want more people have it because I know that experiences make you happy product by a long way and I think an age of social media where we look on our phones and you can spend an hour on social media. Doesn't make you feel good. You don't get any quality time with anyone. You have no memory and so I think for a happiness. I think we do need to have more experiences agreed so my last vinyl question is what would we be surprised to know about? You surprised to know about me when I'm a big NERD. You fashionable nerd and you know I kind of you know. Even if I'm if I'm wearing my well well the funny thing is because I am i. I love clothes. And that's because WanNa when I was a kid. I wasn't allowed to wear western plates so I won't traditional Buxton Shaw Camis which is not the world's Miss Flattering outfit. One of the shower. Connie Comey's it's basically as as a curb dress with some trousers underneath. But it's quite baggy and scarf So you know something that you might have seen smaller Benazir Bhutto al-mallahi Yousafzai Huma Pakistani And so I you know I never got to wear anything else. I was growing up as a kid in England. What people were wearing these clothes jeans and I didn't get to do anything and say part of the reason that I am. I enjoy being playful with closes. Polly's creativity right. It's fun to be able to show your creativity in in in that way but it's also because I just never got that choice into now that I am able to whatever I want I kind of think. Yeah just west sequence. Why Not Monday? You're seeing exactly exactly So the thing that people worry about me is that I'm a massive nerd and so I love history and I will read You know a junkie for historical fiction which is kind of like it makes you feel like you're still being Nettie but he's actually also kind of trashy stories Sometimes say yet man. I love some historical fiction. Love Back Leon. Uris is good for that. Okay great all right. Hey acas to read that. That's good historical with little trash. You know love story in there too. Exactly thank.
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Governor's race between anti Bashir and and Matt Bevin in November so there's a lot of moving parts here it's going to be really interesting to see where this goes yeah and it I think it will take its shape here once we get clear of the the first weekend of September which everybody tends to look at fancy farmers being the beginning of the political season I think that the people still see the the Labor Day weekend is the true kick off then they come back it's summer's over alright let's focus on the business of the world now yeah we're going to add it to a debate season I think that the the the two of them of give a grade to debate three times I think lieutenant governors have agreed to debate once so we'll get a chance to to hammer all that out but the teachers edit live this isn't just from my perspective it seems like from where we sit here in the newsroom that the teachers have been relatively quiet since the end of the session the regular session of the special session there wasn't a whole lot right right out of time for them to mobilize or do anything but it just seems like the the teachers have out kept a very low quiet profile since the regular session went signee die so I mean maybe there's some back room and you know some grass roots movement of the old things going on there but it least on forward facing outside of an appearance of France the farmer doesn't seem like there's a whole lot that the teachers have been doing on the political front course you know people like me who are real political junkies I mean we tend to get steep that all the stuff and we we don't really we don't understand that most people it's not that they don't care but they've got they've got lives they've got kids they've had jobs that said set to retire after I mean this is part of my job and so you know I pay attention to it and I'm a I'm a news junkie anyway but most people are not really going to focus on this until close to the election and it is going to be so interesting because we don't have the the kind of polling that we once did because the polling seem to be so wrong you know Matt Bevin is is seen to be very unpopular governor by by some people there are there are people I heard a national plan and the other day say that he doesn't expect Matt Bevin to win there many people in the state who say that you know while they're there are people who are upset with the governor there's no way he can lose so I don't know it's just going to be intensely interesting to see how this all developed Kentucky is a very strong Republican state at this point even if it's fair to say that there the governor is not as popular with many Republicans as as some other candidates might be the governor has governors not afraid to take a stand and some of those things that he is said and done has offended some people and it it will just really be interesting to see how this whole thing develops in those debates will be fascinating I will it's okay on them course with the all the way the twists and turns of political scenes there's always that October surprise that anybody watches the loom for but it seems to me that the it the debates will be interesting for what is said in them not for any sort of new developments because the the story lines are very clearly drawn here it's NB Bashir putting a quite biologist dislikes governor Bevin and I don't think that there's any love lost going the other way yeah I've been to both this like each other and you know they say one thing that I agree with that both of them agree there is this is absolutely a very clear choice I mean you you that there's no they're all the same no no no there's really nothing the same about these two guys now this may be the first election in quite some time where there's no gray area you're either all in on your guy or you're not it right I mean that it's there is a very clear choice to be made between between those two and I think that that may be the the only issue that.
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Andy Bashir challenging subpoenas from the Bevan administration seeking the names of teachers involved in sick outs during the legislative session. I'm sending a letter to the governor. And the labor cabinet secretary. That demands that they withdraw the subpoenas. The letter tells the governor and the secretaries that the subpoenas are unlawful, and it gives them ten days to resend them. The labor cabinet sent the subpoenas to a half dozen districts teacher absences, forcing some districts to cancel classes for several days during the legis. Slative session Bashir a democratic candidate for governor says if those subpoenas aren't rescinded he's prepared to take the administration to court in Alabama lawmakers today holding a public hearing on an antiabortion plan that could put Roe v. Wade in the crosshairs, the legislation would make performing an abortion, a felony punishable by ten to ninety nine years in prison allowing only an exemption for the mother's health, but not for rape and incest proponents of the measure acknowledged that if passed it would almost certainly be struck down by lower courts, but they say they hope it will spur the supreme court to revisit Roe v. Wade the Alabama plan comes as a number of states have introduced more restrictive abortion measures as some states appear willing to test the supreme court's new conservative majority. But Alabama's law goes the furthest banning most abortions performed anytime during pregnancy, Mark Graham, Lord, ABC news, and the Trump administration giving the green light to lawsuits in the US against foreign companies that use property that was seized during q. Oba's communist revolution. In one thousand.
"bashir" Discussed on PRI's The World
"That were calculated to destroy the groups, and there was horrific testimony regarding children infants even being thrown into FIS the mess raves of of women. Torture, and and just a litany of -struction your I'm taking back to those horrific times. I mean, you worked and lived in Sudan in years as a journalist. Do you have one person or family that you know, that suffered under Bashir, and that made a particular impression on you? Gosh. So many. I think I think one that that I will never be able to forget what was interviewing a woman in a camp who she had just made it across the border, and Chad, and and she had her young young baby in her arms and she had recently given birth. She had other children that were running around. And just this overwhelming sense of having no idea what the future would look like she was a sort of Blad, I guess grateful that her children had survived when for so many of her neighbors that was not the case, but even having survived that there was a sense of total loss with respect to what the future would look like you're so the world Chen hold his breath for extradition, where do the cases against Bashir and his co-defendants actually stand in the Hague the ICC arrest warrants still outstanding. And until. Some state actually execute Ciara's forint and Bishop goes to the Hague then win going to see a trial now while we're focused on the arrest warrants by the ICC for the crimes in the four. I think it's also worth pointing out that this is the same man or al-bashir who presided over the second Sudanese civil war in south Sudan that led to the deaths of some two million people. So while the ice t t has only looking at crimes committed in the four his responsibility for atrocities within Sudan extends beyond our four into what is now south Sudan into the mountains and other areas, Rebecca Hamilton, formerly with the international criminal court now at American University in Washington, thank you. Thank you so much the ousters this month of Omar Bashir in Sudan and Abdelaziz Bouteflika ALgeria. They've got some similarities both men lost power after massive street. Protests reminiscent of the Arab spring of two thousand. Eleven but change of power raises hopes as serious reform in both countries. And that prospect is reverberating across the region. Magdi Abdelhadi is an independent Middle East analyst he's based in London. Let's turn I is Suzanne Magdi. We just heard how the country is now in the hands of strongmen cut really from the same cloth as the ousted Omar al-bashir. What do you think of the prospects for real change? Well, I think it's a difficult question to answer because the people protest on the streets have categorically rejected while the military of it the two years transition period on these seem to have learned from earlier protests in neighboring Egypt where there are very very many parallels. With what happened there in two thousand eleven the military stepped in toll the people we're gonna look off to the country where organiz elections and liquid Egypt is now, I think the Sudanese protests. Have been very aware of that. Some of the slogans actually were to defect that we not want a repeat of Egypt and very similar slogans were raised in Algiers. Where also the protesters that managed to bring to so far a peaceful end the reign of former president of that is is beautifully..
"bashir" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Marco werman under ousted President, Omar al-bashir. The Sudanese government was responsible for Tross cities in Dr for the consequences are still felt today for the people have for its was and continues to be totally devastated communities were destroyed and many have to this day not been able to pretend to land. But we'll Bashir be held accountable. Also, Mexico's southern border with Guatemala migrants continued across on their way to the US, plus Switzerland decides coffee is not vital to human survival. Although plenty of Swiss disagree. Oh, it's really sad. Because it has emotional gets a binding people together. That's why we feel that we won't have coffee. Always all that and more today on the world. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. Good to have you here today. Momentous times across North Africa this past week for the first time in years civilians, are feeling hope in Sudan and Algieria after they helped to oust dictators who'd been in power. For decades, though, big questions remain about what happens next in both countries. I to Sudan President Omar al-bashir has gone, and we learned today the shears defense minister who took the helm as the leader of the transitional government, Sudan, he's also stepping down other military. So sits in the former government officiel remain in power, though. And they say they will not allow Omar al-bashir to be extradited to the Hague. The Hague is home to the ICC the international criminal court where Bashir faces charges of crimes against humanity. Rebecca Hamilton used to work for the ICC. And now teaches law at American University in Washington, thanks for being back back. What charges does Bashir face in the Hague? Exactly. And what do they relate to he faces very serious charges of genocide? Of all crimes crimes against humanity for atrocities committed by the Sudanese government and their proxy militia force, which we know as the Jesuit enough for starting in two thousand and three the genocide charges in particular say that president Bashir is responsible for overseeing the apparatus of the state that was designed to destroy at least three particular ethnic groups within doff war, the four visit Gallois and the messily people, and it did this by killing them by causing serious physical and mental harm, including mass rapes and by inflicting conditions of life..
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"bashir" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions
"Her so i i do not take it for granted and i definitely like the opportunity to help my listeners find other shows and putting people against each other with similar audiences so they can each have their audience discovered the others about one of the things that we've done differently than i'm proud of is in it's going to sound silly but we've crossed over with our listeners we've all been told hey word of mouth is the best way to grow but how do you force somebody to share no how do you how do you make that happen for quite a few months at this point i've been bringing on a listener in almost every game and so that listener is a heart of the show it's not just a minute is not just saying their name on the air which we do that plenty we literally hanff them as a participant on the full show and those guys want everybody they know to listen to the show and it motivates and bashir we had an absolutely massive spike of downloads in the month of december for late november early december we doubled our audience for the month literally if you take the total downloads we were averaging per month before that doubling for a full month than in its slowed back down now after the holidays kinda broke it up but it's because we had a listener that was our guest that week who's a fan of a show called the matt in mattingly ice cream social podcast which apparently is a big deal or at least they have a lot of influence over their fans so when he told that group about it and they talked about it or shared it with their audience uh it literally blew up our downloads for a full month and it was because we are crossing over with our listeners jonathan had a very good show almost immediately.