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"cabin creek" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | Last week

"cabin creek" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The United States government even passed laws protecting minors while they worked underground. And it wasn't until 1969 Makoni goes systems occupant was recognized as an occupational illness in this country, and in addition to that what had to happen and Cohen Coalfields back in 19 early 19 hundreds happened till 1935 was True or they disgrace on with respect to win, miners retreated BMW Ah made coal mining jobs, good jobs. It wasn't the other way around. We increased wages to safety conditions and time off, But we had to go through our forefathers did act and shooting out and getting the coal fields and actually, uh, armed confrontation because cold Companies resisted unionization to that degree. There was, uh, Kevin Creek Paint Creek. My more is out of this. I'm from Cabin Creek. My great grandmother doesn't was friends with Mother Jones. Mother Jones used to stay with her when she came up to Kevin Creek. Great Uncle Bill Blizzard was a teenager during the Pain Creek Canyon Creek Man Wars from those my wars we had love. So in Colorado, Mother Jones left Cabin Creek Paint Creek in which there She came back to West Virginia around the time of their mountain march. If you've.

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Take a Picture, Tell a Story With Robert Gumpert

Photography Daily

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Take a Picture, Tell a Story With Robert Gumpert

"This is robert comfort. Take picture tell a story robert. This is frankly an extraordinary piece of documentary making take to tell a story and in interplay between words and photographs there that powerful enough as pieces on their own but as you say together they can be far more than the sum of their parts but before we talk about that particular story. I want to start going to rewind good few years prior go back to nineteen seventy four. When you went to cover a coal miners strike in kentucky because that info audio's well tell me about it. Oh so long. It's a long story but it involves two parts. One part is the in seventy two ignite across the united states. And its some point on the way back. I found myself outside on the road running near cabin creek west virginia and as i sat there overrode waiting for arrival you could see the myers going all in their cards completely black because at that point the minds didn't really provide showers or cleaned if he saw and i thought to myself. I have to come back here primarily. Because i come out of labor fam- so two years later i had been sitting on a small sum of money. Workmen's compensation salman and i wanted. I liked to have thought of myself as a photographer. Hungrily really wasn't and i'm looking around for something to do and i talked to a a lawyer. The national lawyers guild about Some work i had done a two day trip by done take photos of former so he was in his office. He said i have to take this call. Go outside so. I wait outside and it was. It was a paper. Said summer programs for law interns in west virginia with the black one. So fish Which was sort of like an ngos. Navid advocates could black black lung association. Yeah so the black lines cold layers get slip. They get from reading too much coal dust. It's sort of like emphysema or silicosis for asbestosis round one which is protect

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"cabin creek" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on Photography Daily

"This is robert comfort. Take picture tell a story robert. This is frankly an extraordinary piece of documentary making take to tell a story and in interplay between words and photographs there that powerful enough as pieces on their own but as you say together they can be far more than the sum of their parts but before we talk about that particular story. I want to start going to rewind good few years prior go back to nineteen seventy four. When you went to cover a coal miners strike in kentucky because that info audio's well tell me about it. Oh so long. It's a long story but it involves two parts. One part is the in seventy two ignite across the united states. And its some point on the way back. I found myself outside on the road running near cabin creek west virginia and as i sat there overrode waiting for arrival you could see the myers going all in their cards completely black because at that point the minds didn't really provide showers or cleaned if he saw and i thought to myself. I have to come back here primarily. Because i come out of labor fam- so two years later i had been sitting on a small sum of money. Workmen's compensation salman and i wanted. I liked to have thought of myself as a photographer. Hungrily really wasn't and i'm looking around for something to do and i talked to a a lawyer. The national lawyers guild about Some work i had done a two day trip by done take photos of former so he was in his office. He said i have to take this call. Go outside so. I wait outside and it was. It was a paper. Said summer programs for law interns in west virginia with the black one. So fish Which was sort of like an ngos. Navid advocates could black black lung association. Yeah so the black lines cold layers get slip. They get from reading too much coal dust. It's sort of like emphysema or silicosis for asbestosis round one which is protect

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"cabin creek" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Being up Bob Williams. Our top story organs. U. S Attorney is stepping down 11 90 K exes killed, Cunningham says the Bible administration has asked for his resignation, and he's not alone. Billy Jay Williams is among nearly all of the Trump You're a U. S. Attorney appointees asked by acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson to resign. Effective February 28th or even live reports. The only two exceptions are prosecutors and Delaware and Connecticut overseeing Trump related investigations. The 64 year old Williams joined the Oregon U. S attorney's office in 2000 and was appointed to head the office in 2017, having served as acting an interim Oregon U. S attorney since 2015, Oregon, Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley will recommend potential replacements to the Biden administration. Portland police are asking for help with a death investigation. Body of 25 Year old So we, Lin Mak, an alley was found last week there Northeast Gertz Road and Vancouver way. They're asking anyone who saw her or interacted with her before Monday, February 1st to contact them. Her cause of death hasn't been released. And Avalanche killed the Washington State Patrol trooper Monday afternoon. W S P Chief John Petit, says Steve who'll serve 28 years in the state Patrol, You're not going to see Steve pull anymore. He's just He's a fixture around here. I mean, those of us who who know miss it hurts and we feel really, really bad for his family. Wife and his his Children who was riding snowmobiles with a friend in the French Cabin Creek area of Kid. It's his county when they were hit by the Avalanche, whose friend was able to dig himself out and went for help. But it was too late who was found dead. Who'll is the 22nd person to die in an avalanche this winter in the U. S. I'm Bob Williams..

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KOMO

"Mostly cloudy skies 29 in Everett right now and that Sea tac Airport. Cloudy and 34 degrees. Come on these times. 6 36 veteran state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in kid a task county when we get more from Kemal's Joel Marino, this started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile ride. However, both were over, taken by an enormous avalanche and trooper Steve, who'll couldn't escape cool, served with State patrol for 28 years and spent his entire career pretty much in the Kitty Test County area. The 51 year old was both the father. Husband as well as a friend to many kid attached, sheriff says, who was off duty and with the friend northeast of Clear Lem Lake in an area known as French Cabin Creek. The pair were snowmobiling. When the avalanche came barreling down. The friend was able to dig out but couldn't find who'll who was trapped underneath the snow. The friend left to get help in a search team found whose body several hours later, State Patrol chief Jon Batiste calls who'll a great person and an excellent employee who was loved in respect. Bye, Everyone. Homeowners time 6 37 people lost their homes in a wind whipped firestorm last year in the town of mold in will not be getting individual assistance from the federal government. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied the request made by Governor Jay Inslee and we get the update from almost Carleen Johnson, Shannon Thornton and her husband lost everything they owned in the devastating fire that torch through Mauldin and Whitman County and those ferocious winds. Everything On clothes, beds. Everything 80% of homes and businesses in the town were lost. Now the fire's already been declared a major disaster and public assistance funds for the state of come through, but the individual assistance would have gone further. The letter from FEMA says the assistance was denied because the impact to the individuals affected was not severe enough. Spokesman from the governor's office says individual assistance is pretty tough to get for the federal government. It only has come once in the last decade for people who survived the Oso landslide in 2014, U. S. Representative Cathy McMorris, Rodgers and US Senator Patty Murray tell the spokesman review their disappointed and will continue looking for ways to help fire victims. Carleen Johnson Come on News an Auburn man described as a leader of the right wing group, The proud boys here in the Seattle area has been ordered to remain in custody. A Seattle judge ruled yesterday that Ethan Nordine could be released while he awaits federal terrorism charges in connection with riot the U. S Capitol January 6th. But then a federal judge stayed that release. After the U. S Justice Department called Nordine a flight risk. He was ordered to be transported to Washington, DC now to face charges. Come on news time. 6 39 will get to a sports update in one minute Meathead movie buff Animal lover Safe driver. Five years of driving an ambulance teaches you a thing or two if people knew what I know lives could be saved. When I see a car trying to rush past the turning bus. I get concerned. You see when big vehicles turn right. They have to swing wide to make the turn. And that's a lesson. You don't want to learn the hard way. When trucks and bust turned, let's you and I wait. It's our roads. Our safety visit www dot share the road safely dot gov You don't.

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Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

"Veteran state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in kid a task county when we get more from Kemal's Joel Marino, this started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile ride. However, both were over, taken by an enormous avalanche and trooper Steve, who'll couldn't escape cool, served with State patrol for 28 years and spent his entire career pretty much in the Kitty Test County area. The 51 year old was both the father. Husband as well as a friend to many kid attached, sheriff says, who was off duty and with the friend northeast of Clear Lem Lake in an area known as French Cabin Creek. The pair were snowmobiling. When the avalanche came barreling down. The friend was able to dig out but couldn't find who'll who was trapped underneath the snow. The friend left to get help in a search team found whose body several hours later, State Patrol chief Jon Batiste calls who'll a great person and an excellent employee who was loved in respect. Bye, Everyone.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

08:36 min | 9 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Able to get mine guards out of certain areas of the state but yes they were ultimately unsuccessful to battle a blair mountain first off. It proves a number of things about the region. When you think about the the appalachian region there was a very popular book. That came out a couple years ago. Called hillbilly elegy which talks about people of the region. A big part of their poverty is the fact that they're stuck in this fatalistic attitude and they don't want to change. Anything will the history of the mind wars Flies in the face of that notion because it shows that in fact the people that were living here were willing to take up arms in order to try to improve their lot in lives. So there's an inspiring part of it in the sense that people were willing to fight in spite of overwhelming odds and there was a time when people did not believe that the interests of the coal industry and the people were one in the same and it challenged the notion of the idea of industrial progress. So there are these types of lessons that we learned from it but then again of course. There's a tragic part of it in the sense that the miners never really changed the power structure within the state and the coal industry. Even though they were able to get some more rights they were able to get unionization and they were able to get a little bit of a better lives for themselves. nonetheless The industry is dominant in west virginia and in central appalachia as it ever was and it demonstrates how difficult it can be to try to dislodge power structures that exist and the that are financially. You know very powerful and supported by politicians. You mentioned your great grandfather. Frank keaney who played a major role in the mind wars as a labor organizer. So tell us about him and his background. How did he get involved in the labor fight. Well he came from a family that had been in the region for about one hundred years. A little over one hundred years when he was born that came into the area in seventeen fifty one and the family moved over the cabin creek. And the about three thousand acres worth of land and frankie's father died before he was two years old and his family wasn't able to hold onto the land they had taken from them by the industry. Part of it was bought out and part of it. They were just kind of forced off their lands. Was the a big part of what happened. In central appalachia you had all these landowners these homesteaders and people that had been there for a couple of generations and the industry of course found the coal railroad companies timber companies. They found out about the enormous natural resources that were here. And in order to kind of swindle locals out of they came up with a new toll or a new device which they began refer to as mineral rights as specifically the name of it was called the broad form deed which enabled coal companies and railroad companies by what was underneath the feet of the people who lived on top of the land and with the broad form deeds and then this slow political takeover of the area. They're able to drive a lot of families off their land. So when you look at motivation for somebody like frank keaney. First of all you see their entire existence. That our entire way of life was disrupted by a new industry coming in and they found themselves from one hand being independent being able to control their own destiny suddenly being confined to the system in which they don't own their own house they don't own their own land. They don't have any control over what they want to do with their lives. So that that's a big part of the motivation. Between somebody like frank caney also met mother jones as a young man and mother jones inspired him to self educate franken went to the sixth grade in school and he left school at the at the sixth grade. Go to work in the minds. As many young people did to help support their families an fears after that he needs mother jones and mother jones tells him to get out of the pool rooms and pick up a book and he listens to that advice and he begins to self educate. He begins to read everything that he could get his hands. On from adam smith to karl marx and understood that education was a big part of what he could use to help. Bring a form of liberty to his fellow miners and his fellow west virginians and so he began to be motivated by that. He saw the conditions that happened in nineteen ninety-two when they were attempted strikes. An attempted union drive in nineteen ninety six when people Signed onto a union. They were brutally kicked out of their homes and left out in the cold. He himself ended up being evicted in nineteen twelve and he and his wife and two kids was pregnant. Andy had two kids and the kids were sick. This wife was several months pregnant. And that's when frank. Kenny leaves his tent and goes to charleston. Ask for help from the un w a district Officers they're afraid to send organizers into cabin creek because of the mind guards and he tells them that he's going to take over the the strike if they won't help and he did and became the leader of the miners in that way so there were a number of different factors from losing the family land to this oppressive that they lived in to watching other people suffering to the influence of mother jones and then Finally to the desperate circumstances of living in a tent with your family and your kids sick and so you pile all those things onto one another and you get a recipe for radicalism and for this direct of violent movement which would take place in appalachia for these couple of decades. You mentioned one of the perhaps the most radical mother jones. She's a fascinating character. Can t tell us more about her mother. Jones is one cooperator referred to as the most dangerous woman in america and she will certainly that as she was an inspiring figure. You know she'd worked as an organizer with the knights of labor. She lost her family years before husband and children had died and she then kind of became this legendary labor activists unorganized and when she came to west virginia chief who was moved by what she solid west virginia more than any other place. She traveled all around the country. Even to other countries working as a labor organizer chile said that wherever there is struggle. She would be there and she was for the most part but she kind of was really touched and moved by what she saw in west virginia and she said that the conditions in west virginia worse than she'd ever seen anywhere and the famous thing that she always said was that She called medieval west. Virginia she said when i get to the other side. I'm going to god almighty about medieval west. Virginia that That it was just miss. This forsaken land often referred to it. As it was russia in controlled by the czars and the cooperators with czars and the coal miners were the peasants in the the baldwin felts detectives where the cossacks you know so she really kind of latched onto west virginia and these coal miners had never seen anything like her. These coal miners were a rough bunch of spent a lotta time around coal miners in my life. They're still a rough bunch right kind of tough rugged individuals to have an old lady by the time. She was in her eighties by the paint creek cabin creek. Strike have an old lady walk up to them and yell at them and scream and cuss and be so brave against the mine guards. There's a famous story about when she first came to cabin creek. It was frank keaney that brought her to cabin creek and there were a lot of death threats on her and she got off the train in cabin creek at the station..

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"cabin creek" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Sixth that day the miners attacked the guards camp at muko sparking a two hour battle that left twelve strikers and four guards dead. Tensions were escalating but the situation was not improving for the miners. Who were growing desperate by the end of july. Frank keenan has family had been living in a tent for weeks his wife. Bessie was eight months pregnant and his children were still recovering from smallpox. But the unionizing efforts were stalled. Some seventy five hundred non union miners and cabin creek had joined the paint creek strike but there were still several. coal mines. Running by miners would not join the union. Keanu knew that unless the union organized the remaining miners the strike would fail determined to do something keeney took matters into his own hands. He boarded a train and travel twenty miles to charleston. Visit the union headquarters for district. Seventeen which encompass central and southern west virginia there. He met with union. Officials urge them to plan mass meetings and cabin creek to organize more miners but amid worsening violence and the rising cost of housing striking miners. The union officials felt like their hands. Were full. they were reluctant to invest further. In the nonunionized non dues paying miners of neighbouring cabin creek. Refused kinney's request. Kini was furious. He told the officials. If you men are afraid to make the trip with me. I will find some work with nerve to go with me. As he walked out the door he turned and told them. And i know an old woman who go up the creek with me. The woman kini was speaking of was mary harris jones. America's workers know her as mother jones. She was the era's most notorious labor activists jones's life had been marked by tragedy and hardship born in ireland. She emigrated to north america as a child to flee the irish potato famine. Shortly after the civil war she lost her husband and four children to a yellow fever epidemic. And just a few years later. The great chicago fire destroyed her dress making business so once again jones was forced to start over. Chicago was a major center of worker unrest. In the late nineteenth century and jones began attending union meetings despite her grandmotherly white hair and wire rimmed glasses. She was a self proclaimed hellraiser and soon. She gained a national reputation traveling. The country giving fierce often profane speeches on behalf of workers rights by the turn of the century. Jones was working with the united mine workers. She came to be known as the miners angel for her work. In the nation's coalfields in the fall of nineteen one. She was arrested for spreading the unions message in the coal camps of southern west virginia at her trial. The prosecuting attorney dumped her. The most dangerous women in america jones was horrified by the violent intensity of the west virginia. Coal operators resistance to union organizing. She failed gained a real foothold for the union. But she never forgot brutality. She witnessed in what she called medieval west virginia and she never forgot the coal miners. She referred to in her first foray into west. Virginia jones had met frank keaney and encouraged him to stop going to the saloon and instead focus on educating and helping his fellow miners advice. Akini had taken to heart a decade later on a night in late. July mother jones was in charleston when she heard a knock on the door of her hotel room it was keeney fresh from his rejection from the union officials. He told her he couldn't get the union to help him and cabin creek and was looking for other allies. Jones agreed to step in telling keeney. I've been thinking of invading that place for some time. Jones had keeney right up fliers announcing a meeting and s dale a community and cabin creek. That was independent from the coal companies. Flyers read we'll freeman submit to being driven and hounded by armed thugs exert your rights as free born american citizens organize yourself for mutual protection and to protect your wives and babies once mother jones decided to break into cabin creek. The union had little choice but to support her efforts on august. Six mother jones arrived in esque. Where large crowd of cabin creek miners had assembled. She gave them their marching orders. Telling them to wake up in the morning put on their overalls. Go to work and get the rest of the men to lay down their tools and joined the strike and indeed the next day more miners throughout cabin creek joined the strike for union recognition but.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Largest ever wildfire. The Cabin Creek fire destroyed or damaged for 169 structures since it began back in mid August. The structure included 42 homes, 220 outbuildings over 1000 fire crew members were still working on that fire, which has burned over 200,000 acres. 208,008 Excuse me and his 92% contained no election related problems reported over the weekend that, according to Denver, P D that after thousands of people poured into the streets downtown after Saturday's decision in the race for the White House, Buzz. Businesses in that area have been boarded up for days and anticipation there may be rioting or violence. Supporters of President Trump in Colorado Springs are protesting Those election returns. Several 100 Trump supporters gathering outside City Hall in the spring Saturday for a peaceful protest the size the crowd force police to shut down Nevada Avenue in both directions in front of City Hall. During that protest, Senator Bernie Sanders is making a promise about President elect Joe Biden. We're gonna hold Joe accountable for the ideas that he has projected and fourth word during the campaign. Vermont senator tells MSNBC. He also has a specific message to the incoming president. And that message is business as usual cannot return. Senator Sanders added that progressives deserve a big role in abiding administration Center to check crew's saying he believes the election could land before the United States states for Supreme Court before it's all said and done. We have a process for ascertaining the truth, which is that you could go and present evidence and test it. In a court of law. And then those appeals will go up both through the state appellate system in the federal appellate system and in this case could very easily end up at the U. S. Supreme Court. Cruise argues there were faulty machines in Michigan that switched votes between candidates and local and federal court should hear arguments and evidence before winners declared the Trump Administration preparing new sanctions against Iran. AXIOS reports officials are working with Israel to put more pressure on the Islamic republic ahead of Joe Biden's presidency, who has That he wants to return to the Iran nuclear deal. NBC News Radio's Dean Yukio all Utah residents now subject to statewide mask mandates under a new covert 19 restrictions, Governor Gary Herbert declaring a new state of emergency for the state, and among those measures, it'll take effect. Today, There's a suspension of extracurricular school activities, a mandatory weekly test for Corona virus for all college students. And deployment of the National Guard to help the contact. Tracing governor is also restricted social gatherings, limiting them to private homes through November. 23rd coming up. We'll talk about the surge of covert 19 cases in Colorado and its impact on hospitals that at 5 54 1st traffic every 10 minutes on away with John Morrissey, What do you see out there? Right out outside Right now. It looks pretty good..

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Commissioner to implement a season is currently the preferred choice so for what it's worth there you go with the MLB today we had the Belmont Stakes in New York you are right one thanks is the law the favorite also won the Florida derby takes this race today on NBC this is the first Belmont winner bred in New York since eighteen eighty two with now the oldest trainer to win at Barclay Tagg is eighty two years old ice and the Redskins will be speaking of nice retiring the number of Bobby Mitchell hall of Famer who died in April wide receiver wore number forty nine he was their first black player remember the news yesterday the statue of the Redskins first owner was taken down outside RFK stadium where the team used to play after was vandalized because George Preston Marshall worked against integration the Redskins were the last NFL team to have an integrated roster so Washington also announces today they're renaming the lower ball of their current stadium for Bobby Mitchell it was previously named for George Preston Marshall former dolphins running back Jim kicked well I'm seventy that'll battlefield with Larry socket and Jim Burdick and yeah and mercury Morris you see a quarterback the seventeen it dolphins team that went undefeated nineteen seventy two Jim Carrick was an AFL probar when he entered pro football nineteen sixty eight and sixty nine which is when just before coach don Shula had arrived there fox TV's gonna have tomorrow's NASCAR five hundred at Talladega three PM eastern time and final Michelle wie is now a mom she's thirty years old for crying out loud the former U. S. open golf champs you have married a year ago and her husband is Golden State Warriors executive Johnny west while Johnny was the son of Jerry west by the way so that's not going to school now request yeah your school your life five years ahead of sixty nine with his kids market might Zeke from cabin creek that's correct Jerry west that's what they call the army for years before Jerry west rolled through the same high school so I went to school with his kids market Mike west there now just make stuff up no they want the Paoli high you know what a famous high school I went to all right thanks to say you're welcome back the Fox Sports radio studios is brought you by geico it's easy to say fifty percent of our.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Get forty percents off your order. That's legacybox dot COM mm slash forty for forty percent off legacybox dot com slash forty. She had a big effect on on on the Mining Union. She showed up at a lot of those But a lot of those coal mine protests that I mean there was a in West Virginia in particular in Pennsylvania there there was a whole period where like in northern West Virginia. Most of the coal mines had were unionized but in southern West Virginia down around the Kentucky border very mountainous terrain very rural very isolated. And the the mines down there were far enough away that they hadn't been unionized yet. So miners in the north coal doing coal mining. We're getting paid read a lot more and working under better conditions than miners in the south because the the southern coal mines had a company store they had been able to keep out the rabble rouser dad and so when when labor unions tried to get in there it was the owner class sort of sought. What is a last stand kind of situation you know? It was the last redoubt and to to organize those areas would have been you know. It's the same argument argument that owners make always and they make it today. They made it here in Seattle about the fifteen dollars. An hour minimum wage that we enacted a couple years ago so the argument is always the same. What's bad for business bad for America and if we do this if we pay people two dollars an hour more if we cut working working hours to eight hours a day we will no longer be profitable and we'll have to close and everyone will lose their jobs? How do you like it now? And nowadays you can say some other place. Well you know it just means that all the business go to China and China and it's always been thus right. This is always the argument of management. It is the ball and go home. We cannot give you these these a concession. We'd love to we would but we'll have to close and you'll all be out of work and your children were we'll start your crappy job or no job and I think the history of work demonstrates that when Labour exact some of these concessions businesses generally stay open so many people even on the sensible select one at Seattle's fifteen dollars minimum wage to fail terribly. Well Yeah because there was. You know the the sensible left set well to and they're going to end up making less because they lose their tips and all this stuff and you know it was six months of people trying to figure out whether it be give tips or not. They're all those restaurant owners were like. We now include tips in the cost of the meal because blow and then then the waiters and bartenders were saying the owners are taking thirty. percent of dentists is now just like so so sometimes they would just add a surcharge. After so it wouldn't even be in the cost on the menu. You know it would be there'd be a thing of the bottom said and we add such twenty percent to every meal. It's not your choice. Yeah no tipping. But also we're not gonNA actually raise our prices because that would look bad by the turn of the century nine thousand nine hundred one mother Jones had started to crusade crusade on behalf of female workers and children in the factories. There was There were still a lot of children as part. Part of the workforce in fact something on the order of one sixth of all kids in America had a job. Wow in one thousand nine hundred one. I wish my kids had a job. Jellison has got a couple of jobs. Wade my daughter could do around here like emptying the dishwasher. Once in a while kill him. You know she knows how to do it. I taught her how to make coffee. which was my i? Think my signature move so because she she likes it because it feels like an adult thing so I can say go make coffee. And she'll make pretty halfway halfway decent cup on your neighbor on your cup. No G. Like Jim every every every cup in this house has my picture stenciled but there were you know. This was also an era of textiles and textile mill. And a lot of that work was done in by teenage girls children. The their hands could get in to the machine there little hands. It's no piercer. Uh that's right and so so. She attempted mother. Jones attempted to make this a caused CELEB- lab but she discovered that in trying to publicize it and popularized. The notion. That children shouldn't have jobs. She realized that by this point in time the capitalist intertwined network of the owner owner class meant that most millowners also were stockholders in newspapers and so none of the newspapers would cover during this period a lot of the labor agitation because it was a because it really was a sort of a backroom deal there reporters wanted to cover up at the editor's would put her on the front page. Some of the child labor stuff must be a hard sell for the working class as well. Because what you're really saying is you know maybe three of the incomes in your household should not be should not be there right. It'd be better for America if your kids were at school but it's GonNa cut your income and a half to take the kids out of the factories and the women out of the factories does has sort of paternal is work But this was also during an era of education reform so the idea the American notion the meritocratic idea that education will lift you out of pot. Kids will have a better life if I can get them out of the factory that a school right and so so there were public schools and that was that was a social movement and the idea that these children were working in factories essentially really dooming themselves to a lifetime of you know severed fingers and what mercury poisoning. While Kitwe Affluent Kids were going to school Colin and bettering their lives rushing hooper. The stick that became. That's right using their roller skate key. That became a part of the part of the language which of the organization or of the or the organizing movement. I guess once the kids are out of the factories wages. Go Up for laughed and and you know work becomes skilled work become skilled. Now this is also happening during a period when the the industrialization and the mechanization Asian of work is happening pace. A lot of these jobs are getting are obligated coming automated right. But her mother Jones's this is a when she realized that she was not getting any traction in her protests organized a march a children's crusade to to March from Philadelphia to Theodore Roosevelt's home in Oyster. Sure Bay New York President Time. It's kind of a long walk pretty long walk across New Jersey. It's no hands across America but it ends across New Jersey. It is is a long walk and during the whole and so then of course the newspapers had to cover this this giant march of of children and young girls who were marching to. Tr's house he's president. At the time she tried to get his attention and And never did get a satisfying response from him but it did now make the newspapers and and And started to stoke public opinion to To the degree that that laws began to change the eight hour workday had been instituted by this point but excuse me the to the movement to end child labor then really took hold as a result of her agitation and it was then during this sort of pre war period. We've talked about this. A lot in recent omnibuses omnibus by the I'm going to get so many letters saying hang onto by nineteen twelve nineteen. Thirteen was a time. When the into the national consensus labor unions had had if effectively become a political force in the United States? But there were still these holdouts and and this was in the cold. War's were still going on. But there was a there was an extremely galvanizing. Fight called the the the paint Creek Cabin Creek Coal Strike and Mary Era Mother Jones was a national figure so much so that she he had been denounced on the Senate floor as the most dangerous woman in America and she would bounce from protests to protest kind of like a Al Sharpton. You'd call you call her Erin. Yeah and the Pink Creek Cabin Creek. This was a situation where the miners had come down to this granular level. The minors that worked on Paint Creek AAC. We're being paid two and a half cents more than the miners on Cabin Creek. Because one group was unionized and the other one is Pennsylvania West Virginia and And you know the Baldwin Fettes Detective Agency was in there shooting people and it was a big Hullabaloo and mother Jones arrives and is arrested but the governor had declared martial law so she was arrested by the military military. POW and subjected to a court martial weight. And I'd never I didn't realize that a civilian could be court martial right now. I have a new goal like I've never thought I was eligible for court martial. Now I kind of want to do it. Well you need military law. I you need to go somewhere. Where Martial Law's declared Claire? Let them get in trouble. Getting a major city during a Godzilla movie. And I don't think I don't think there's enough to be burglar burglar something you have to do something. That that warrants a military very tribunal officer with a hat or something but she was sent to. She was sentenced to twenty years in prison. WHOA now she only? It was very symbolic right because she went. She was kind of held in in the house. Arrest Status this huge movement loves this the just loved it it and it actually resulted in some reforms. She was released after a couple of months three months. Maybe as as the Senate started to to Roman everyone recognized and I think the owners the owners recognized that they were on the losing end of this battle you know history St the arc of history bent toward justice in this instance and she you know she was released and and reform started to happen. Within the coal workday they took the money and spread of that equals just like the Bible and prophets suggests not cool. I in fact later on Not that long afterwards The coal strikes and the coal the energy of the Labor movement in the mining industry. The shifted shifted focus to Colorado. Where a lot of the the more active in the bigger minds and the and the nonunionized minds were sure? We're all in that sort of the rocky mountain states now and often. What would happen is strikers in in company towns scenarios the response from the owners would-be to fire them and kick them out? And so you have. You have a whole class of strikers who are living way out on the frontier the frontier and and all of a sudden they're fired and detectives arrive and expel them from their homes because their homes are owned by the company and then their script they don't get paid. Their script is no longer valid. Aladin the company stores that are in the middle of nowhere middle. They don't have options so in the case of a there's an incident in Ludlow Colorado where there were four thousand or more families minor families living in a tent city as part of their strike and the the The mine owners RESP- like drove through the tent city on a train. I guess it was on either side of the train tracks. You don't build your tent city on a real on the trains tracks on either side. And they they drove this armored train through there with machine guns shooting into the tents and it was you know it was mother Jones that called attention to it and actually actually John D. Rockefeller travelled out Johnny Rockfeller. who had been consistently one of the villains in all of these stories actually went out to ludlow Colorado investigated or software of firsthand? What had happened? And then he began to reform his own. own conglomerates to incorporate new labor policies. That's interesting that the media attention. Might you know convinced ten thousand people back East but what you really.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A man is dead after being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming, Bonneville county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snowmobiles and the cabin creek area on fog mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins of Layton, Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried a snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley Fox News Venezuela's Nicolas Madura pulled back on his order for US diplomatic personnel to leave the country immediately giving them more time on Saturdays secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, issuing a warning of sorts while attending an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council to address the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. I want to be a hundred percent clear, President Trump, and I fully expect. That our diplomats will continue to receive protections provided under the Vienna convention. Do not test the United States on our resolved to protect our own people mature accused the US of orchestrating a coup attempt. I it was plastic straws next year. A California city goes after plastic cups coming next year to Berkeley, a twenty five cent additional fee for consumers who purchase a drink in a plastic Cup in an effort. The city council says to reduce restaurant waste. Why do we all need every day? We are already experiencing huge costs in our city and for the planet. Restaurants were margins are razor thin after implementing fifteen dollar an hour. Wage. Get to keep the fee, though, owners are mixed in saving the plan that cost will be passed onto the consumer Berkeley's ordinance. Also requires all dining plates and utensils to be reusable and take out containers to be composed civil Jeff monosso, Fox.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating to a man is dead after being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming the bond. Bill county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snow mobiles and the cabin creek area on fog mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins laid ten Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried a snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley Fox News Venezuela's Nicolas Madura pulled back on his order for US diplomatic personnel to leave the country immediately giving them more time on Saturdays secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, issuing a warning of sorts while attending an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council to address the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. And I want to be. Hundred percent, clear, President Trump, and I fully expect that our diplomats will continue to receive protections provided under the Vienna convention. Do not test the United States on our resolved to protect our own people Madera accused the US of orchestrating a coup attempt. I it was plastic straws next year. A California city goes after plastic cups coming next year to Berkeley, a twenty five cent additional fee for consumers who purchase a drink in a plastic Cup in an effort. The city council says to reduce restaurant waste. Why do we all need every day? We are already experiencing huge costs in our city and for the planet restaurants where margins are razor thin after implementing a fifteen dollar an hour. Wage. Get to keep the fee, though owners are mixed in saving the clan. Costs will be passed onto the consumer Berkeley's ordinance. Also requires all dining plates and utensils to be reusable and take out containers to be composed Sibal. Jeff monosso,.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming, the Bonneville county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snow mobiles and the cabin creek area on mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins of Layton, Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried a snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley Fox News Venezuela's Nicolas Madura pulled back on his order for US diplomatic personnel to leave the country immediately giving them more time on Saturdays secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, issuing a warning of sorts while attending an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council to address the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. And I want to be percent clear, President Trump, and I fully expect. That our diplomats will continue to receive protections provided under the Vienna convention. Do not test the United States and our resolved to protect our own people Madera accused the US of orchestrating a coup attempt. I it was plastic straws next year. A California city goes after plastic cups coming next year to Berkeley, a twenty five cent additional fee for consumers who purchase a drink in a plastic Cup in an effort. The city council says to reduce restaurant waste. Why do we all need every day? We are already experiencing huge costs in our city, and for the planet restaurants were margins razor thin after implementing a fifteen dollar an hour. Wage..

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"cabin creek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News. Real honest opinion. A man is dead after being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming, the Bonneville county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snow mobiles in the cabin creek area on fog mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins of Layton, Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried a snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley Fox News Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro pulled back on his order for US diplomatic personnel to leave the country immediately giving them more time on Saturdays secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, issuing a warning of sorts while attending an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council to address the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. I want to be a hundred percent clear, President Trump, and I fully expect that our diplomats will continue. To receive protections provided under the Vienna. Convention. Do not test the United States on our resolved to protect our own people Madera accused the US of orchestrating a coup attempt. I it was plastic straws next year. A California city goes after plastic cups remixed year to Berkeley, a twenty five cent additional fee for consumers who purchase a drink in a plastic Cup in an effort. The city council says to reduce restaurant waste. Why do we all need every day? We are already experiencing huge costs in our city and for.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nineteen people are dead fifty wounded after two bombs exploded outside a Catholic church on a southern Philippine island were Muslim militants are active at least five of the dead our troops. The first bomb went off at the Jolo cathedral. The second outside the compound as government forces responded to the attack a man is dead after being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming, the Bonneville county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snowmobiles and the cabin creek area on fog mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins of Layton, Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley Fox News. A giant soon will. Be Hawaii bound Airbus A three eighty the world's largest passenger airliner will soon be flying the friendly skies of Hawaii. Japan's All Nippon Airways is now. Taking reservations for flights between Tokyo in Honolulu. They ordered three of the five hundred twenty seat aircraft in two thousand sixteen and expect to put them to work beginning in may an airline spokesman says with the new planes, they expect to increase their Japan to Hawaii capacity by up to thirteen hundred passengers per day by two thousand twenty the European-made Airbus A three eighty is popular with fliers offering a more comfortable flying experience, even in coach Carib McHugh, Fox News US in Canadian fighter. Jets scrambled this morning to escort two Russian bombers traveling in the Arctic region near the North American coastline defense. Command says the two strategic bombers were in an area patrolled by the Royal Canadian Air force. There were no reports of conflicts between any of.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Gift and prayers to those who need it most, Janice. Fox news. Nineteen people are dead fifty wounded after two bombs exploded outside a Catholic church on a southern Philippine island were Muslim militants are active at least five of the dead our troops. The first bomb went off at the Jolo cathedral. The second outside the compound as government forces responded to the attack a man is dead after being caught in an avalanche in eastern, Idaho. Near Wyoming, Bonneville county sheriff's office says three adults were riding snowmobiles and the cabin creek area on fog mountain near Victor, Idaho. When the avalanche occurred Friday a man was overcome by the slide and two others in the group were able to summon help, but they were not able to revive him. Tommy Hawkins of late in Utah died. The sheriff's office says the risk of avalanches high right now. And snow lovers should use extreme caution. An avalanche. Also, buried a snowmobiler in southeastern Utah, Debbie Hanley, Fox News. A giant soon will be Hawaii bound. Airbus A three eighty the world's largest passenger airliner will soon be flying the friendly skies of Hawaii. Japan's All Nippon Airways is now. Taking reservations for flights between Tokyo in Honolulu. They ordered three of the five hundred twenty seat aircraft in two thousand sixteen and expect to put them to work beginning in may an airline spokesman says with the new planes, they expect to increase their Japan to Hawaii capacity by up to thirteen hundred passengers per day by two thousand twenty the European-made Airbus A three eighty is popular with fliers offering a more comfortable flying experience, even in coach Carib McHugh, Fox News u s and Canadian fighter. Jets scrambled this morning to escort two Russian bombers traveling in the Arctic region near the North American coastline defense. Command says the two strategic bombers were in an area patrolled by the Royal Canadian Air force. There were no reports of conflicts between.

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"cabin creek" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Yeah, you're on. Thank you how Ackerman. Thank you. And I was just inside. I was having some of Shirley's crabcakes all those are fantastic. Surely makes the most delicious late crabcakes I don't know if you've been up to Butler lake and you've been to goblin landing, but Shirley's crabcakes are the talk of the entire village. I would say a lot of people talking about them going down the side of the mountain to you can get as you can get as as I was going to say as low you can get as far down the mountain as cabin creek, and they're running their Steve likes to say they're running the guts about Shirley's. Crabcakes welcome everyone. I'm Bobby duly. And this is an exciting opportunity. It's very windy on the lake right now. What did I just hear. Umbrella went over hunting, so we just had an umbrella over. It's extremely windy on the lake here, but I just love sitting out here unbutton her lake on a beautiful summer evening. It's not as windy as it sounds, but we've got just enough of a breeze that it's just blew in an umbrella over. I wanna bring on a guest who figures prominently, Steve. Well, I raised him to the goblin and he had the head start because he's a professional racecar driver are professional boat book, boat driver slowdown, Steve professional boat driver, Craig swallowing. Let's get Craig in here, Craig creek, you raced Steve to the goblin brace, Dave to the goblin. I didn't make it a goblin. No, you gotta everyone. So do you race professionally? No, no. I don't raise profession. I race in an amateur. Fashion, a aren't let let's not get into an argument for anybody to comment on how I how I drive a boat duly. You're not the one I didn't lose. My vote. Didn't go airborne anything. My boat went airborne. You're right. I got very anxious and excited. I can tell the story go you all afternoon. I've been listening to Dili running his mouth about how great is boat was about a great. He was about how great basically about how great he was..

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"cabin creek" Discussed on I'm Still Here

I'm Still Here

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"cabin creek" Discussed on I'm Still Here

"When we get back to the show have you found i'm so here on apple podcast if you haven't yet subscribe neither rating review tell affect or you can send is an email still here at huffpost dot com okay now back to the show when we left off greg carpenter had decided to start buying box on on the street to selfmedicate that was when he found out about a place in charleston called the cabin creek held center here's nick link by their own separate routes greg in our she both ended up a treatment of cabin creek lay tell me that it takes nasty this is lows vets who manages the medications sasid treatment or matt program a cabin creek she actually hands patients the first dose of sabakh so you know new see take it and they they went suddenly up the let it melton it goes immediately goes into their system and win the new patients come in and we give them that first dose we make them set in the room with us while that that and you can just see that that nasty look they get on their face but it works immediately in about twenty five minutes you can see those withdrawal symptoms began to a b alleviate at and they sort film better as pretty quick acting cabin perks matt program is intensive there's therapy narcotics anonymous meetings monitor drug screens patients have to bring back is a box and rapper salo's can check serial numbers and make sure the art selling it on the black market kevin creek can only take a limited number of patients so they really don't mess around they want to make sure there maximizing their chances of success in each case greg in our to you're still in the first year cabin creek with things are looking promising or she told me sevaks and as the only thing that lesson put addiction out of his mind outing for johore lengthened over frail horrible loose feel more me so then why isn't this kind of treatment being used more will medication assisted treatment is increasingly recognizes the most effective way to deal with opioid addiction but the fact is that the box.

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