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U.S. Veterans Are Disappointed With How the War in Afghanistan Is Ending

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

01:58 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Veterans Are Disappointed With How the War in Afghanistan Is Ending

"Afghanistan. Throughout the past 20 years, thousands of Indiana men and women have been deployed their news eight Stanley Johnson talked to two men who served they explain why what's happening now It's hard to watch the sights and sounds of a struggling country. It could be argued. They're going to be worse off now than they were before we got there. 2021. This is America. That's not what we stand for more than just the latest headlines for staff Sergeant Brian Alvey and Sergeant first class Joshua Workman. I can sit down and rationally make out a list of all the reasons why we should To win which we should have went, Um they attacked us. And I can list out all the things that we did good, but you put it all together and you sit down and you watch what just happened, and it's really hard to convince yourself. That this was not All for not what was the point you know, Calvi's first tour in Afghanistan was in 2004. But over the years he spent more time there. He got to know the people and to this day has kept in touch with them until recently. It's hard. I mean, you work with these people for months on end, no different than the people I shared with in uniform or you. You work with at your place of employment. You develop a relationship with these people are just want good things for their family. No different than people over here. No different than us. They're just in a different Place on the planet. It's something he says. You can only understand if you were there a sentiment felt by workmen who served two tours in Afghanistan, from 2003 to 2004 and again from 2010 to 2011. I would like people to not believe what you're hearing in regards to Afghan Soldiers are cowards and not willing to fight. I I stood next to them, but we were. We've been shot at and took a mortar attacks and they're not afraid they run towards the fight to as the Taliban takes over. He's worried about what will happen to all of the Afghan allies who tried to help for the past 20 years. They are proud of their country. What are you supposed to do with your country when it

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U.S. Airstrike Kills Top ISIS Leader in Iraq

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

U.S. Airstrike Kills Top ISIS Leader in Iraq

"Top isis leader is killed by an airstrike in iraq. A spokesman for the us led coalition says the head of isis in iraq. Obvious here was killed in an airstrike near kucuk thursday. Ten other isis fighters were also killed issued. Death is another significant blow to isis which has struggle to mount a comeback since its calvi was destroyed last week a suicide bombing in a crowded marketplace in baghdad kill dozens isis claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

Monocle 24: Midori House

06:39 min | 11 months ago

Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This just in to the KT. Our newsroom vice President Mike Pence just received the Corona virus vaccine. He was joined by second Lady Karen Pence and U. S Surgeon General Jerome Adams, who also got vaccinated. They will get a second shot in three weeks from right now, especially want to thank the fine medical team. At Walter Reed. Hospital that administered our vaccine today. I didn't feel a thing. He didn't feel a thing. We'll have more on this breaking news coming up in less than 15 minutes, and you could get breaking news notifications right to your phone by downloading the key to our news app. And for more on this story, go to K t a r dot com. Katya our news time 60 wait. All right, Let's get a look at your future's real quick down. Futures right now are up five. The S and P is up about four and the NASDAQ is up nine in five minutes. Son. Arizona's morning news cardinals are playing for getting to the playoffs for the first time in five years. It looks like they've got a shot of getting into the playoffs. We'll talk with Katya ours. Paul Calvi see who will be at the city and one of the very few people that will be at the stadium is not a coach or a player, or ref coming up in five minutes on Arizona's morning news. Wanna hear how almost got off the naughty list. This year, I helped send Asik zillions by having him download capital one shopping to his computer capital. One shopping instantly searches for available coupon codes and automatically applies them a check out. You can download it, too, and save a bundle. You don't even need a capital One card, and it's free. So why didn't I get off the naughty list? Turns out Santa's a stickler.

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Yep. Some Wednesday afternoon football and holy cow. The Steelers air just there. There on top. Everybody right now. Paul Calvi's He's here with sports. I mean, if the Steelers have their best start in franchise history, you know it's a big deal, although they didn't look quite like the Steelers and the Super Bowl contender right and after the game after a 1914 ugly win against the Short and Ravens team, the media's coach Tomlin about all those mistakes out there, Coach what happened with you attribute that to anything in particular sucking Thank you, Coach Tomlin. So he's still not happy, even though they're 11 and oh, as for the Cardinals trench, Sure field activated from the covert list receiver, but not Larry. Not yet. Stay tuned there. How about LeBron James just got the Lakers contract extension two years. 85 million. Forget that. You're a king James said about the sun's winning the offseason are diverting the stuff now, you know, C p C p is now in our division. Yes, Phoenix is going to be that they are. I mean, my my guy. James Jones has done a hell of a job over there. How about that? And you mentioned Hey mentioned Cp three. Chris Paul. Well, he met the media for the first time, said a big reason He came to the sons, of course, Devin Booker. He's not only talented, you know, like he's a dog, you know, I mean, like he's really competitive When we hope and play against each other. We be about to fight and then you got to fight a lot of time. All right, Son. Season opener December 23rd at home against Dallas. Good thing They're on the same team right now, you know, be sort of like me and detour down that sports ball. Calvi Seong Katya Art is you know what speaking off It was Monday. Coming off the New England trip. Short sleep, man. That was the loss. You know what, though? You know what made my week driving home that day in America's best selling brand? Absolutely went.

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"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Weather is brought to you. By Howard Air News Time is 6 26 on with sports Here is Paul Calvi See? So the D'backs players who didn't get traded Jim are Sedona Red. Hot about any notion the season is over, says Nick Ahmed, Ugo My case period and also might stop saying comments like that. No one on the season player isn't so that's Nick Ahmed here store Livello in response and in defense of the GM. One thing I know for sure Mike has never, ever, ever talked about cashing out or losing and moving on. That is not a part of his DNA. Still, the D'backs lose 63 at Dodger Stadium last night, Dodgers retired 16 straight d backs of one point Facts are now nine and 18 against the division card scam by talk one on one with Cliff Kingsbury, who said, We're not talking enough about Rashard Lawrence. The rookie D linemen out of L s you who has stood out. As for old Lime and J. R. Sweezy, he said about Cuyler Murray. He's taking a huge step. Seeing things you know, he was great last year this year, he's going to be a leak. Now. Kyla was asked what it's like the throw to DeAndre Hopkins. Even if he's covered. He's not really covered. Just his catch. Radius is ridiculous. Arms are long. His hands are big, so it helps me out. Remember our Kyla won the Heisman at Oklahoma. Well, former political high school star just got named the new starter Bio. You coach Lincoln Riley also made decision. Spencer round will start the season that quarterback so Spencer Rattler the new Sooner starter, eh? NBA playoffs Game seven. Denver outs. Utah 80 to 78 Tonight. Another game seven Thunder Rockets, 5 30 on ESPN, 6:20 A.m. that a sports ball QVC and Katie are news. Don't even ask us what's coming next this year. All right. I have no idea. Paul Calvi's here. I do know we're spending a lot of time at home Stern to the same old walls. You know what I want to maximize and enjoy the space. We have so translation time to call sort of pro painters. That's right. How does house you have become the house You want sort of pro painters do we to do with our friends have done our neighbors across the street. They saw house and then they called sort of pro painters, and it all starts with that free estimate..

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"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Miss Ashley home store presidents day sale and take advantage of ninety six months no interest financing that's a full year's plus get three hundred dollars in gift cards actually home store where America buys Tempur Pedic on JP thanks Katie a honest mostly sunny today the high about sixty four clear tonight with a low of forty two sunny and sixty eight tomorrow by Friday partly cloudy with a high of seventy one will stay in the seventies Saturday and Sunday your weather is brought to you by Howard Air Paul Calvi sees it the desert for dealers sports desk sure a dog show wasn't in your house Jim every time I turn around the other day you're there you during your Superbowl party and like I here's another new dog Albany dogs this are bad over here my goodness five AM club members you know I mean good morning you didn't expect the four year old human Debbie the woman but not even because the right yeah that's right now my go so deep backs out on the field today that's right somebody cue the theme from the natural first work out today pitchers and catchers let it wash over you and the question of the GMI Kazin yesterday ninety eight seven FM Arizona sports do you consider the D. backs a playoff team no we sit around and say we have a good team we have a bunch of good baseball players that I think you know how to win that know how to play the game the playoffs are going to be the result of a hundred and sixty two games of quality baseball first full team workouts gonna be Monday sons one last game tonight downtown again supporters before the all star break Monty Williams are given time to decompress what we want our guys to stay sharp can't take seven days off you'll be surprised when you get back so the lover regimen employees coyotes at Toronto were tied at two one overtime no he plays release in may when three two as doggies do get a point out of that one and that is sports book of the.

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Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyers rest case without him taking the stand

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyers rest case without him taking the stand

"Movie producer Harvey Weinstein is remaining silent as his New York rape trial moves toward closing arguments WCBS TV is merry Calvi Harvey Weinstein will not take the stand in a sex assault trial the defense rested its case has a short time ago one sings lead defense lawyer is expected to present closing arguments Thursday the jury could begin deliberating

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"calvi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A personalised role models but Patricia Calvi Picard she is indebted to one of the originals here's her perspective nineteen eighty eight was a big year for me my mother came out as a lesbian my parents divorced and I moved to San Francisco for high school this is one of the hardest chapters in my life made more difficult because in our quiet suburban town I didn't know anybody who spoke kindly about gay people let alone had a gay parent recently my seven year old son asked me if I had a role model when I was young absolutely I said Phil Donahue for many of us raised in the nineteen eighties the Phil Donahue show is a familiar name his talk show preceded Oprah and ruled the airwaves for decades it was a time when hatred toward gay and lesbian people March like a drumbeat across our national airwaves and magazines and often seeped into our local conversations when my mother shared her news that summer all I knew was that lesbians and gays have their funerals protested there six sons and their dignity belittled on a daily basis so when I turned on the television one afternoon that summer I was stunned to see children just like me happily living with and loving their gave parents Phil Donahue is a man who might never met but who gave thirteen year old me hope and I'm still grateful I realize how sad this sounds that as a young girl I only had a talk show where I could see a life like mine but last week thirty years later I sat as a parent in the audience of a kindergarten event and saw first hand the result of generational change on the stage was a young teacher who herself had gave parents and he was.

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"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The day high sixty three some clouds tonight with a low forty one then breaking a mostly sunny tomorrow hi sixty one weather brought to you by a Howard air fall cal BC of the desert for dealers sports desk I know we got to talk about the woes of the sons become we talk about the fairly well list coyotes that's right that's right you know what it's Mr Calvi CDO and it's the first place Tyrese everyone else about it they will inform Wrobel wait a minute there at the Tampa Bay Lightning they have one eight in a row the lightning and now the doggies recall nineteen year old Hayden he was the fifth pick overall two thousand eighteen just starred in this juniors tournament where he was the man and then you have twenty two year old Scott still guided you see this last night was the police were to roll nobody made any show history the local guy first U. S. born player ever to score thirty goals in each of his first four NHL season that is the daring about that Austin Matthews as for the songs yes they are they're gonna trying to Baghdad in downtown tomorrow night against Orlando and money Williams was asked his zoom out so far you started seven and four but you're seven in nineteen never said it was bad when you lose games the way we've lost them both I was under no inclination that this would be an easy task and he says the clock might be taking on a eight in beans in the starting lineup together when bad enough that lasted yeah well it's a wonderful battery issue when they got Jack stop by you of a either at Oregon state tonight nine o'clock ninety seven FM Arizona sports twenty fourth rank cats a number nine Oregon that's going on tonight as well D. backs bolster the bull pen the sign righty reliever Hector rondo own and that is sports talk of the sea and cake T. A. R. news.

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KQED Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Any off road Boulevard between there now run and I'll still working on the crash about two about in our old now two left lanes are blocked back of solid to two thirty eight there might be another crash in the back up your hobby ninety two although the album is on the shoulder Joe McConnell for KQED and I'm day framing with your Tuesday morning perspective now on KQED TV talk show hosts don't often make it to personal lists of role models but Patricia Calvi pecan she is indebted to one of the originals nineteen eighty eight was a big year for me my mother came out as a lesbian my parents divorced and I moved to San Francisco for high school this is one of the hardest chapters in my life made more difficult because in our quiet suburban town I didn't know anybody who spoke kindly about gay people let alone had a gay parent recently my seven year old son asked me if I had a role model when I was young absolutely I said Phil Donahue for many of us raised in the nineteen eighties the Phil Donahue show is a familiar name his talk show preceded Oprah and ruled the airwaves for decades it was a time when hatred toward gay and lesbian people March like a drumbeat across our national airwaves and magazines and often seeped into our local conversations when my mother shared her news that summer all I knew was that lesbians and gays have their funerals protested there six sons and their dignity belittled on a daily basis so when I turned on the television one afternoon that summer I was stunned to see children just like me happily living with and loving their gave parents Phil Donahue is a man who might never met but who gave thirteen year old me hope and I'm still grateful I realize how sad this sounds that as a young girl I only had a talk show where I could see a life like mine but last week thirty years later I sat as a parent in the audience of the kindergarten event and saw first hand the result of generational change on the stage was a young teacher who herself had gave parents and he was committed to sharing her story with students she was a real life role model at a moment in time when hope can be hard to come by I'm appreciative to all who serve.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At Penn era and pair it with freshly ground and brewed coffee breakfast that's not fast not fast food but Eric food as it should be the third and get your news sunny today ninety one the expected high clear tonight with a low of sixty seven sunny tomorrow when I'm ninety and same story on Wednesday your weather is brought to you by at Howard air. Paul Calvi see is that the desert for dealer sports desk in yesterday he was on the sidelines the cardinals game so you couldn't turn it off like a lot of people wanted to do yesterday no it's three nothing I mean it's a harmless little screen pass what could go wrong at the screen to the right and it's like. he's going to school. five. one thirty seven yard pick six today being Clowney off Kyler Murray. prices start in the third I mean David's cover like right next to sos unfortunately we mention the Russell Wilson has the best winning percentage of any QB all time coming off a loss no but thanks now twenty nine and seven all time so Russell Wilson on the hawks win twenty seven to ten there was another tight tight and catching another touchdown pass or is the cardinals follow three in one the keys to worry about just getting back to fundamentals and techniques and and sticking together there's nobody come on now are going to save us I think everybody on a team understands how good we can be of which you live alone and we just haven't got it done Larry fitzgerald five grabs he's now number two all time career on the all time receptions less hard to not take anything good from you know losing losing two in a row at home three home games out of four don't come out with a win this it's pretty it's pretty depressing so it's not much to you know really be happy about the team player right yeah you know I mean II Kyler kept his ball after the touchdown run and then Larry whatever right keep his football after he just broke the record by Tony consults to be number two all time with Jerry wrecks the sunny yeah he spotted a voice said next. it just shows you know it's crazy so now they're going on to Cincinnati next you back they walk off the Padres won nothing when Taiwan Walker to get the start they finish with eighty five wins at three games better last year an issue back into the top twenty five ranked number twenty number twenty of the overall because they be Calvi sees not all we don't have time for that because we had a talk about Costa Calvi see over here no not change my name to Paul A. S. U. V. C. either all you smart Alex out there now we.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Small Calvi see from the desert for dealer sports desk so America just lost to France in basketball this World Cup of basketball international tournament going on in China and the U. S. just lost to France eighty nine seventy nine we could not have bad what's going on yeah I agree all right as for the D. backs away they lost as well this call one wonders in another double by Frazier instrument in all three bets runs tonight headline on the back of the New York Post this morning in snake charmers the car's time part of the year and like poppy spots over looking at it yeah not right now not the time for a three game skid they lose three to to the mats do stay tuned out back of the cubs who also lose for that final wildcard the backs of the Mets for Konkani it's been six twenty A. M. Dodgers clinched the NL west for the seventh straight year manager Dave Roberts says they're gonna for a World Series title we falling short two years in a row so we just you know don't want to be tonight cardinals going to Baltimore gonna play the ravens Vegas says there thirteen and a half point underdogs I mean that that that's worse than what that politicians that about Machen Gedo smacking data right light weight losers I mean you know that's like a heavy weight underdog there the cardinals at thirteen a point underdogs by the way thanks for that cut over there Preciado from and so and cardinals to sign off as a tackle Jordan mills sees a six year vet eighty two starts over his career so there you go all that a sports what have you seen KTA our news you know back and get us really need a truck over Hyde Park jewelers in the Biltmore fashion park you can make at first off you walk in and you realize man best drawer showcase in the state it's a built more you can't beat a but it gets better then you realize you know what everyone is welcome at Hyde Park jewel is no reason to be intimidated regardless of budget Hyde Park jewelers is there to work with us and you know what that's the theme right now treat yourself every day it's something else is another headache you know you're you're in traffic guess what we've earned it that trip died par jewelers you know you grind it out every day so you know now is. the time to go on over and and see whether it's a time piece Hey they help me out with mine jewelry or or a diamond you may be something that's is individuals you are the it might pass on from generation to generation I know a couple months ago visiting my folks and my dad was showing me watching he got from his grandfather in in in your guys it's time assets special question hate math highly recommend.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Six Paul Calvi, see the desert Ford dealers sports desk is paying attention to other things other than golf is your very distracted. What's your name again? The, the track Tiger Woods ES teed off within the last hour. And look, it's a long course Bethpage Black, and it's wet. So driving is going to be at the forefront with the roughness lushes this at foreshadowing because guess what? He double bogeyed the first hole after he put his tee shot in the rough, but nobody's really talking about that. They're in Long Island, New because tiger is staying in his yacht. The local harbour. He brought it up from Florida, by the way, it's ninety feet at has three decks and has a gym and elevator and a jacuzzi in it. So there you go. That's the latest on. That's, that's that's reportedly, that's what they're saying about is he bought it for twenty million in two thousand four so sounds like it was well bought considering NFL owners are spending two hundred million plus in these super yachts, d-box may the pirates look bad. Ball, down to third Moran boots. It get anybody Nobel eleven one final D-Backs. That was all good. Zag Grank, even bettering pitched shut up onto the wait a minute. He pulls himself out with an ABA injury. Not just didn't seem like a good idea to try to push a situation. So you have no risk of that, because you have to have an app before you can actually pull it MRI scheduled for Friday. The d backs are off today, and we'll see about Zach ranking going forward, actually at one point. Some guy told me he goes you probably have a six pack onto there. You just can't see it because there's a keg on top of. Bucks rally. They beats run on one zero eight one hundred and sharks. They win and overtime at Saint Louis five four and that is sports bulk on KTAR news. All right. Forget about Jim Ida tell myself, you know what? Stop talking about it all the time, Calvin do something about it that summer vacation. And you know what? That's when I decided to become paulie points over here. That's right. My brand new national Bank of Arizona premium credit card. You know, you look you a plan that summer getaway. Okay. But then there's making it happen..

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600 WREC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Paul Whalen, and Michael Calvi. Washington says they've been denied adequate consular services. Saudi Arabia says two of its oil tankers suffered significant damage in an attack over the weekend. You're the straight. Oh, poor Moos. It happened yesterday off the coast of the United Arab Emirates as they prepared to cross into the Persian Gulf the Saudi foreign minister called sabotage the US last week that sending an aircraft carrier bombers and other military muscle to the Persian Gulf to counter what the Trump administration says is a growing threat from Iran. Washington has placed crippling economic sanctions on Iran to try to force it to scale back its military activities and stop threatening Israel Saudi authorities didn't place blame for the attack. One of the ships was headed to a port to load oil bound for the US. The straight of Hormuz is a strategic point for the world's oil supplies. A third of the world's liquefied natural gas and of the oil shipped by sea flows through the straight for export from Persian Gulf countries. It's ten minutes now after the hour. On this morning. America's First News. This just any door and this just any ignition connected to just any transmission. Just any vehicle that perhaps it would be okay to buy from just anyone..

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KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Traffic time on this Monday afternoon. Melinda brand here with the latest on Calvi J L. There is a rack on thirty five northbound it has a right at the exit to slaughter lane. In fact, the exit is blocked along with the right lane. And this has got traffic backed up to toll Forty-five also watch out for collision reported over on three sixty northbound Lakeway drive at Dan is adding to delays that start right around the cedar street. I'm Melinda Brandt with time. Traffic. This segment brought to you by crestview RV spring outdoor funding. A new RV from crestview RV new Twenty-six-foot travel-trailers just fourteen ninety five t see dealer for details via George keystone RV headquarters, thirty five north exit sixty eight or at crestview RV dot com. You're listening to Jeff and add on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. Number two, eight three six zero five ninety that's eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred zero k LBJ the trains are expanding. The trains are expanding. Yeah. We got the open a new train station downtown today. A new way the mobility report comes out Wednesday that the city's big mobility report. And we had a preview last week when you're gonna they said, we're not we want to be moving people not vehicles. They're trying to get everybody on trains and everybody on buses. Everybody.

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"calvi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTOK

"I always enjoy that too. Because you see cars built before we even had roads. And it's interesting to see some of them have the driver's side on the left side, some of them have it on the right side. And it was before the before there was an American standard for that. It's also interesting to see. You know, how how people in their cars weren't going that fast. So they didn't really have to worry about things like windshields. And and and and you know, the weather they didn't worry too much about that. They were just trying to motorize what had been a horse carriage for so long. So that that's interesting as well. And then the exotic cars, those are always interesting to you. Also, get test drives from Fiat, Chrysler, Toyota and Chevrolet. And the eighteen hole mini golf course to benefit Thunderbird clubhouse Thunderbird clubhouse, by the way raises money for people who have mental disabilities. And we've had that conversation on this program. A lot of times when it comes to mental health, and what we need to be doing about mental health. So our good friends over at Thunderbird clubhouse are doing just that on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay here at the car show. What is your name, sir? Ted. Thanks for coming by good to meet you and your wife. Hi, shannon. Thanks for coming in y'all. Enjoy the show. Okay. On NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. So what's that? Forever. Guns for everybody. Indeed firearms Friday, in fact, coming up in another eight minutes on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Also a chance to win gas for a year here at the auto show and we've got your silent auction for a football signed by twenty one Heisman Trophy signers. And the a chance to meet some Heisman winners. Steve Owens, Billy SIMS they will be. Here and it's all at the auto show on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. So make sure to stop by and say Hello to me like Ted where just did little later in the show. Kevin Calvi is gonna join us. He is a former state Representative. He's also county Commissioner, and this Trich three is the northern part of Oklahoma county and includes where I live. So he's my county Commissioner, but he's outraged and he's outraged on two levels. One is about the jail, and the the the other is about jails psychologist, who is not even a sheriff employees. So he's going to get into that with us here. We were thinking that things were going to get better down at the jail. I can tell you. I've been down there. The place is a toilet. And I know it's not supposed to be a country club. I realize that. But I also don't want the sheriff's department employees having to worry about a sewer line snapping and literally. Spewing Kaka all over them. So something has to be done. And maybe Kevin Calvi will have an answer and a solution to that problem will ask him when he talks to us coming up a little later on.

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"calvi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KCRW

"Paul Manafort will likely go to prison. The question is how long President Trump's former campaign chairman will end up staying there yesterday. A federal judge sentenced Manafort to nearly four years in prison for fraud. President Trump has said in the past that a pardon for Manafort is not off the table. And what about President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen will soon begin his own prison stint last week, he told a congressional panel. He is prepared to serve his three year sentence. I have never asked for nor would I accept a pardon from President Trump. But it looks like that now may not be true for more on presidential pardons and federal sentencing, and these two cases in particular, we have two former federal prosecutors with us Kimberly Ueli here in RTC studios and Ellie Hoenig in our New York studios will continue both good morning warning Rachel so L E. Let's start with Manafort he got forty seven months for a variety of fraud. Crimes. This is far less than the federal sentencing guidelines, which say crimes like these should get at least nineteen years. What do you make of this? I was stunned by this. I think it's completely unjust sentence. Now, look let's start with the federal guidelines their advisory meaning judges have to calculate them have to take them into consideration. But they're not binding judges are free to go above or below. I think most people I spoke to felt like nineteen to twenty four years would have been excessive for this case. However, four years under four years is outrageous. There's just no way to justify especially given how much disdain Paul Manafort expressed for the criminal Justice system, the prosecutors law enforcement and the court threw out his case is Manafort angling for a presidential pardon Kim. Well, we know that the where we've heard anyway, there's been some discussions of it. It's I think this sentence probably give some cover to the president because the question on whether a pardon would be appropriate for any of these people in connection with the monitor. Negation has to do with the reasons behind the pardon. And traditionally it's it's for sort of given their in theory for as a compassionate move. And this judge mentioned that Mr. Manafort really the guidelines are way too high and that he hasn't had kind of a history of criminal activity. So the president could say listen, I agree with the judge. I'm going to pardon him. I wanna pivot and talk about Michael Cohen some confusion here because he had said under oath in his testimony before congress that he never asked for a pardon his lawyer, though. Lanny Davis says at one point he was open to a pardon did Cohen perjure himself here. Well, he said I've never asked for a pardon in the question in per with perspective perjury. What was his state of mind? Did he believed that he was lying in that moment? He could say listen, I didn't personally physically ask myself. So there's one one question is whether there's criminal liability for him. That's iffy. The other question is whether the public perception is at he lied and. Given that this whole process really is moving into the congress in terms of holding the president and the White House and people close to him potentially accountable for wrongdoing. It does matter that people in congress are perceived by the American public witnesses as telling the truth because they're going to have to do their elected representatives either push for impeachment or vote him out of office. The next round Ellie, more broadly. I mean at several points. The president has tweeted or suggested pardons might be on the table for those who are talking to investigators. Even now when does that cross the line into obstruction of Justice? There's kind of two different views on this. There's some people who are of the view of what we call the unitary executive theory, which is just a fancy way of saying the president's in charge of the executive branch DOJ is part of the executive branch. So he can do whatever the heck he wants he can pardon people for any reason he can stop and start investigations for any reason. Notable adherence to this include Brett Cavanaugh who wrote about that Matthew Whitaker who filled in his age and William bar Carnegie of all written about that. In different degrees. I disagree with that. I think the fundamental precept of our law is that nobody is above the law. And I think if you were to use a pardon with the intent of stopping somebody from cooperating or encouraging somebody to not speak. I think that would be obstruction same as it would in any other context, but we don't know the definitive answer to that. Former federal prosecutors L Honegger and Kim Waleed Kim is the author of an upcoming book, titled how to read the constitution. Thanks to you both. We appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Rachel. Another American is in a Moscow jail. He is the second US citizen arrested inside Russia within two months. NPR's? Lucian Kim has the story of Michael Calvi a businessman who was run an investment fund in Russia for years. Michael Calvi is being accused of stealing the equivalent of almost forty million dollars from a Russian business partner. And he's considered such a flight risk that he's being held in pretrial detention until mid April Calvi says the real reason for his arrest is a business dispute and Russian media report the man behind the lawsuit is friends with the son of a top security official some of the biggest names in Russia's business community have publicly vouched for Calvin character. But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters Justice must be allowed to run. Its course. This could have happened to any entrepreneur in any country. Of course, we're well aware of Michael's investment activity on the Russian market over. The course of many years Calvi is a legend in Moscow. I smart investments and squeaky clean reputation, a graduate of the university of Oklahoma. He opened one of Russia's first private equity firms in nineteen ninety four at a time. Moscow was a magnet for young Americans. Looking to make a fortune in Russia's chaotic transition to capitalism. This was a time. When Americans we really walked on watering Russia. This was a time of amazing openness and amazing desire to understand how to rebuild Russia with a more powerful economic system. James thank her Calvin the nineteen nineties and worked in Russia for almost fifteen years before he joined a growing exodus of western investors. But Calvi was a tireless advocate for doing business in Russia. He once said in an interview that there are crooks everywhere and ninety nine percent of his Russian business partners worked in good faith at last year. Saint Petersburg international economic forum, he explained in Russian why he was so upbeat. Those optimistically positive Calvi said he's an optimist because life's too short. Now. Listen a year later, he's in a Russian jail the second US citizen to be held in pretrial detention in Moscow since Michigan resident Paul Whalen was arrested on spying charges in December. The usually reticent US embassy in Moscow openly, criticized Russian authorities for delaying consular access to Calvi. The fact a well-known businessman is even jail before being.

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"calvi" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Our first story a US economic sector that many had written off has been showing strong new life. Our reporter looks at the trends door ability and at the debate over where credit lies after focusing his presidential campaign, partly around laments over the loss of US manufacturing jobs. Donald Trump has presided over a pickup and factory job growth. The gains actually began under President Obama. But by one measure the pace under President Trump is the fastest since the nineteen seventies. Why under both presidents wider forces have helped such as simply a growing economy, but both administrations in their own ways have embraced the idea of manufacturing as a key driver for the economy's future rather than a declining relic. It's essential to driving innovation in our economy and a reliable source of good jobs says Scott Paul president of the alliance for. American manufacturing many in the industry say Trump's tax cuts have aided job growth on trade policies. The answer isn't so clear tariffs might pry open Chinese markets, but also impose costs what's missing is a comprehensive strategy says economist Robert Atkinson, Republicans push tax cuts and deregulation while Democrats favored job training and public private partnerships. Will you really want is an all of the above president? He says the story was reported by Lorne Belsey for the monitor. There's a lot of a pass ity around Russia's often cutthroat business world this next piece about an Americans arrest draws back the curtain and tells a bigger story about what's hindering Russian economic growth when Michael Calvi was arrested in Russia in mid February on charges of embezzlement. It was the sort of incident that one might easily mistake for geopolitical move by the Kremlin after all Mr. Calvi is a US citizen and the founder of Russia's largest private equity firm. But most experts say that what he is suffering is much more mundane if no less troubling Calvi appears to be a victim of Russia's vicious business environment. And now he is being handed the same treatment suffered by thousands of Russian businessman who face criminal charges for often species economic crimes the curtains ombudsmen for protecting the rights of entrepreneurs Boris Tita. Has visited Calvin prison and described his continued detention over a business dispute as clearly unlawful, Mr. T. Tito office says there are currently about six thousand Russian business people in prison, many of them in predicaments similar to that of Calvi in many cases, their accuser is a business partner who has cultivated ties with local authorities or security officials or who have used other corrupt means to win favor with police in courts. The story was reported by Fred we're in Moscow for the monitor. The housing crisis. How best to determine who needs help. And what kind some west coast US cities think they've found an answer. Sacramento county's most recent homeless census showed that the population had reached nearly three thousand seven hundred a thirty percent increase from two years earlier paralleling trend across the west coast in January seeking to conduct. A more accurate survey county organizers turned tech sending out volunteers with two mobile apps to help them find and conduct interviews with.

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"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's Paul Calvi scene. That was cool. The guy who cared deeply about his teammates. No doubt. Not not just the fact he owns every single scoring record. Not just the fact he led the team to the Western Conference finals for the fact that team is here in many ways because of captain Carey, in fact, Gary Bettman, the Commissioner I'll tell you a couple of things one is truly a great guy with incredible integrity and to this franchisor wouldn't be here without him. There's no doubt about that. Think about that. He had to face all those questions for all those years when ownership was just hiding and all those rumors were circulating, you know. So just that alone. He deserved the salute. And there was his name and number being raised the banner into the rafters. And then as for the gay head for Krause trying to make his way to the net. The backhander. See by Riva scars to former teams squaring off the doggies beat the Winnipeg Jets for one they've won four out of five and there are three points behind Minnesota for the final wildcard spot. You gotta issue who's making their own push a great response. The second half the way the guys played and performed both ends of the floor. Big win against Cal the team. That's on fifteen. Sixty nine fifty nine ASU wins. We're talking about the devils. Let's keep it positive over. Here. Is they go down ten five pack twelve we determined your alma mater. Thank goodness for baseball Robbie race physically today. So I was able to battle through he pitched better than he fell, basically. And if you want to blame the weather. Weather's not doing. Exactly. Yeah. I blame the weather all last week for my lackluster performance, why not home against the as today. That's one o'clock. And that is sports bulk WC.

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"calvi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"calvi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Across the line, and yes, you got Johnny good droll, and and Lindholm in Monaghan, that's a great offensive line. And they can make plays. They could be creative. But they don't take opportunities that aren't there. They make the smart plays. They know when to manage the puck, they know when do make sure that pucks get in deep who stays on the ice who goes off the ice to make sure that nobody gets you don't like go back, and I don't mean to be critical on Brandon Saad. But you just played the whole shift inside your own end of the ice to start the third period. You get the park at the red line. And I don't know what Brandon Saad is going to do. He's got no legs left. You've already played fifty seconds of shift in your defending the whole time. So you're dead tired. You've got your Centerman and your two defensemen heading off the ice. You should know that those guys are heading off. The you need a line change. He tries to make a play to Cahoon, and you could see who was skating off. Anybody actually was keeping his hat is is unbranded side just to make. Sure that he shot in will already turned to go to the bench and Brandon Saad passed it over there. All's Brennan Zahn has to do is chip it in deep. Everybody gets off online changing. You get us you you escape from that first shift won't that's just a mental mistake that can happen against a really good team. And you know, the sudden you're chasing the score and the ended up taking another minor penalty and the only just given Calvi that opportunity to gain momentum. The clock starts to tick down in Calgary. They didn't make any mistakes they defended. Well, they at good support all over the ice from their forwards. Then it's just a it's a simple. Mentality that Jeremy talked about it before the game that if you make mistakes and you turn pucks over against a team like the Calgary Flames. They just turned it into transition turned it involved for Tony's. And that's what the hawks did. They made a couple of mistakes. But those were critical mistakes at critical times critical mistakes. Colin deleo goal for the Blackhawks faced a total of forty three..

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Facebook stock drops $100 billion following Cambridge Analytica fiasco

Arizona's Morning News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Facebook stock drops $100 billion following Cambridge Analytica fiasco

"Worst trading day for Facebook since going public in two thousand twelve even set a Wall Street, record also I Tyler I. Don't have an answer we're learning more about the murder of a young DPS, trooper and now with our top story here's Jimmy west Facebook founder. Mark Zuckerberg is a lot lighter in the wallet today after his social media giant took the biggest one day, stock, price, drop in, American, history, KTAR's Jim cross is live with more, Jamie Facebook lost more than one hundred billion dollars worth of stock. Values. Soccer Berg Mark Zuckerberg Facebook founder fifteen billion on his own, fewer people logging on more and more deactivating accounts as what's behind the plunge ABC's Kenneth says the discovery of huge numbers of fake Facebook pages like the Russians during the two thousand sixteen election just one reason and then word that Cambridge, Analytica a firm hired by the, two thousand sixteen Trump campaign may have improperly obtained information from up to eighty seven Million, users has not just Facebook having troubled more and more Twitter users are jumping ship shares of Twitter before Wall Street opens are down already more than fifteen percent live in the news center Jim cross KTAR news It is six zero one and now from the, valley Chevy dealers traffic, center let's, check. In first, time. With detour. Dan who always likes to. Remind us what day of the week it is I know, I wish you would have helped me out with that yesterday Jim first of all good morning Joe good morning Jamie good morning good morning all day yesterday I. Thought it was Wednesday It was such a long leak at I'm telling, you now as I, look freeway, picture. Right now, first. Of all. Let's get the important business. Out of the way okay Right, now what are we got going on and? Traffic, well first of, all I go back to what I just. Heard Paul Calvi Saint about he shaming himself with the donuts high. Picture everybody right now with chocolate, Donut icing on both sides of their face a milk. Mustache you've got time for it this. Morning there's no freeway. Crashes there's no freeway delays like one extra minute on the ten eastbound on the inner. Loop you're good to..

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David Johnson of Arizona Cardinals to report to training camp, ending offseason holdout

Arizona's Morning News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

David Johnson of Arizona Cardinals to report to training camp, ending offseason holdout

"Desert Ford. Dealers sports desk here's Paul Calvi see all right so we have cardinals news and, it comes from the Twitter account of David Johnson really your. Former Pro Bowl running back right in God's hands now he. Tweets out primed and ready, to prove it hashtag. I'm back for memory contract holdout mandatory mini camp everyone wondered what it last into training camp. Bowl today is the day where you can report if you're a. Rookie you're a quarterback or you're. Coming off injury Coursey qualifies in that, latter category so David Johnson saying in God's hand now I'm back and I'm taking that. To mean he doesn't have a, brand new contract that's why it's. In God's hands and he hopes knock on wood he doesn't get injured news and, he's going out there to prove it could see you could go the other way though. To you could you could read. It either way As. For Zach ranking there was no doubt Strike. Three fog Addy thirteenth strike. Outs were great he was the man season I thirteen ks righteous two hits allowed eight money innings, for the two hundred six million dollar. Man six one win. By. The d. bag snaps at, three games scared they're back in second place a game and, half beyond the dodgers go into the cubs five o'clock today on ESPN six twenty AM and then tiger. Had the lead ticked off myself for sure I had a chance starting up back nine to do something and I didn't do it in a got away from me finish six Francesco Molinari is. Your British Open champion and that is sports KTAR news. Arizona's afternoon news with MAC and Gaydos governor Doug Ducey issued, an executive order. To limit immunity for legislators but should Representative. Paul Moseley actually respond to do sees, order.

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