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Officials resign in Lebanon in wake of deadly blast
"A growing fury in Lebanon as the country deals with the aftermath of a huge explosion in Beirut that has left 300,000 people homeless. And at least 160 people dead. Protests have erupted yesterday, Demonstrators staged mock hangings of top officials demanding they resigned. A few members of parliament have Meanwhile, the political elite point fingers at each other for the failure to secure the huge cache of ammonium nitrate that caused the blast. Nadim Curie is Thie, executive director of the Arab Reform Initiative team and the former head of Lebanon's human rights Watch office and his watch. Lebanon have to rebuild calamity after calamity and he joins us now to discuss what's happening. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. Your grandmother lives near the port. Can you tell me how she and your other family members are doing? No, they survived. Almost miraculously, when you see the damage that happened to their building and how close they were to the explosion, they survived with minor scratches. Most of my friends and neighbors from that area everyone has a survival story. It was often a question of seconds of luck of a door that protected them from a flying glass and so forth. Most Lebanese have stories of survival over the last 23 decades, escaping bombs escaping now this explosion, But this time it really that the scale of it is shocking for listeners with don't know Beirut, it happened. Very close to the major entry point of the city. This was also the area where most of the restaurants, cafes and bars were so really, it's an attack that sort of at the heart of the city. The Lebanese have started to protest again. Government corruption They had been doing that for most of last year. What makes this kind of endemic corruption different in Lebanon? Than in other places where it might exist in Lebanon. The corruption has now become part of the A of the political system of the country. The so called you know, Secretary in Cassock Schimmel system You cannot appoint A single official. Whatever the rank is without going through the client, illest IQ sectarian networks off what we call the Sarma, the sectarian leaders. Now, why is this corrupt Because that means you cannot hold a single official responsible without going through these traditional sectarian client ballistic networks, so we should say here. Of course, Ever since the Civil war in Lebanon. What has been put in place? Is that a sort of government that is set up Tio Cater to different sectarian interests in the country. Yes, This is how it officially gets described. But in practice, what we've discovered is that it's really a system that caters to six oligarchs who are corrupt. They are of different confessions. And they pretend to speak in the name ofthe their sectarian group by saying we defend this confessional group. All services for the group have to flow through us. But in practice what the Lebanese have been discovering over the years is They're not protecting anyone but their own pockets and their cronies, pockets and the system in a way, it's a bit like a cancer. It started initially, supposedly for the High level positions to ensure that all communities are represented, but almost like a cancer that is spreading through the body politick. It has now circulated down to every single layer of administration of our government's so even when you go to the port of Beirut You know, the porters that are getting named, depend on a political leader, appointing them And why did they do that? Because this is how they keep them in line and this is how they get their political loyalty. It's a system of patronage, essentially. So what needs to happen then? In your view to move the country forward. The main Demand today is tohave a salvation government off people that are outside off the existing political class. This would be a government that has a clear mandate to steer the ship through the economic crisis that would have the trust of the people. It would be an exceptional situation for two or three years just to stabilize the ship. And adopt affair addict oral law and have elections in two or three years, which hopefully we'll see the emergence of new political parties. I must ask you a someone who watches Lebanon A someone who is Lebanese. Are you concerned that this might be a tipping point? It is a tipping point if we do not get rid of this political class All of Lebanon's talents. Those who can leave will leave in the coming 12 months. They no longer want to live in that country because they see a state that is killing them slowly and they're not just killing them with these explosions there, killing them with the corruption, which makes the environment unlivable. Lebanon now has one of the highest cancer rates. It's killing them with the economy, the country can be rebuilt. Unfair er better basis, but it's clear now that this cannot happen While the current political class remains in place. I realize what we're talking about is really a fight as to who's going to stay in Lebanon. It's day or us
Indigenous stories from the field: Lessons learned from the rez, a river and a canoe
"Kevin Washer guy who Lewis Wash it Asu dig on. And then Kevin Lucy's my name from Moscow I sick, which is mystic lake in Saskatchewan? Kevin Lewis has many things at cree language speaker, a builder, a father and he's a teacher. Kevin built a traditional culture camp at our producer. Kyle Musique went to visit. And discovered for himself how profound certain lessons can be? Kevin Louis leads me through the forest. The Sun shines through the trees. He gathered, spruce root birchbark and spruce gum all the materials. He needs to build a birchbark canoe. He points out some sweetgrass as sweet-smelling sacred medicine used in ceremony. He knows this area like the back of his hand. And really enjoyed the life right by the water I really really lucky and blessed to be a really close into your own fresh water and fish like that, and of course the Pelicans that we saw today in the ducks and geese and stuff like that. Here is. One of the basin monistic when Lake were Kevin, ancestors used to camp and fish. It's where he used to swim with his cousins from dawn until dusk. And it's where he teaches in immersive creed language culture, Camp. They built baskets build canoes. And they build Nia when language speakers. Who? Who Do not go. Over. A little overlapped. Panelists. It took me four hours to drive from Evanston Cassock. I grew up about four hundred seventy kilometers away. Treaty eight territory known as Slave Lake Alberta. There are many I should and mateen communities nearby, but my connections are only in our common last names. Much Mateen tradition was wiped from our family and previous generations. The closest. I've got to picking medicines. Was the raspberry Bush outside my house hunting. If chickens count I've certainly never built a canoe. So a lot of this is new for me. Never, had cattail before. When did you see these? Little Kids. This is exactly where we'd come. and we'd come here. And then instead of going all the way back and running back to back home for a meal. one of the older. Older cousins is like well. We don't have to go back. Listen care. And then they started pulling cattail for so somebody showed that person. And then once we started eating and we're like okay well. We don't need the go home. You know the Cisco back from the water again. What do you think it tastes I'm trying to put my finger on it. I'm not sure kind of like for me. It was a key in between cucumber salary I. Don't know if that's like around that area consistency, but it's like. Now you can actually flower that up the like the roots, but then also like what I'm gathering right now, the top park, which is the like the pollen, so you can, you can create like a flower and somebody was saying like a pastry or some sort of with this so. I'M GONNA. Try it and I think it's I hope. I is the right thing. The the pick we'll see. This place is isolated. It's thirty minutes away from any community. There's zero cell service. Mistake! When means island in? The English name for Kevin's reserve as island lake first nation. They endured significant intergenerational trauma from residential schools, but Kevin says they're `isolation helped of semiotics. Elation is kind of good for us. So in that way, we kept the language a little longer, also the ceremonies. kinship the connection to land. It's it's still here. But technology and connection to the world is it's encroaching, but you know it's also. It's all right. You know you can't be stuck in the in the passes well, but we still can't forget the past, and then hopefully we can develop a better future for
"cassocks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The westbound sixty it's adding to the slowing through the Chino area a lot of people want to know during the current virus pandemic will life ever go back to normal it's the question tech giant Google says has spiked in recent searches along with how to feel normal and will life ever feel sane again Dr windy o'connor in LA marriage and family therapist says these questions are brought on by the anxiety of having our normal turned upside down and no life she adds will never be the same again right that's not going back to Kelly we're not going back to normal we won't we won't I think people already know the answer and I think they're feeling really overwhelmed o'connor says she sings some people who are depressed acting out negative ways because of this life altering pandemic but she says many people are adjusting to a new normal families are cooking and you know teenagers are banking you know old school ways of just calling people up on the public phone her back she says she's also seeing a lot of people teens and young adults included helping others during the crisis Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio China has revised upward way aboard it's kind of corona virus related deaths in the city where the pandemic began Wuhan CBS news correspondent Ramy Inocencio says the government has raised the death toll by fifty percent government added one thousand two hundred ninety deaths that brings the total for Wuhan to three thousand eight sixty nine as for infections those were revised up by three twenty five to fifty thousand three hundred thirty three state run Xinhua news released a notice of correction citing late or missed reporting of deaths overloaded medical staff and sick residents who died at home and who had not yet been counted not everything in China is going up Beijing also says that for the first time in decades the nation's economy is shrinking China's gross national product was down six point eight percent in the first quarter of this year two American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut of landed safely in cassocks stand returning from the international space station to a world a lot different from the one they left last year and now out of the capsule NASA astronaut Jessica Meir having returned from two hundred and five days in space her first mission aboard the international space station mir and her fellow NASA astronaut drew Morgan learned how the coronavirus pandemic is change things on earth as soon as they landed the ground the medical crews all tested for coronavirus wish them to waiting helicopters instead of letting them talk with reporters the counter stick them to a nearby airport where a NASA jet was waiting to fly them home to Houston governor Newsom said.
"cassocks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Hour your home for original reporting I'm Peter king in Orlando president trump has announced the administration's guidelines for re opening the country but it's up to governors as to when and how quickly that happens Ohio's Mike DeWine is cautious we're going to be very fact driven world judging except as as we need to as we move forward one example of why caution is needed in Ohio from Jessie Frye Meyer with the state's nurses association were actually very scary point today we know that the numbers are going to increase our patient load is going to increase and at the same time a protective equipment is decreasing a pork processing plant in Sioux falls South Dakota is now the biggest single hot spot for coronavirus cases C. B. S. aid reality S. single date the number of infected employees jumped by eighty bringing the total to a staggering five hundred and ninety eight the Smithfield foods plant is temporarily closed the mechanic Tommy Durante culminate with still less to work as part of the central team what's the level of fear right now in your community and save up eight eight to ten yeah I had a coworker who quit because he was scared Smithfield workers have told CBS news they felt pressure to stay on the job even after they got sick social network is being super cautious about social distancing Facebook chief executive mark Zuckerberg announced on his own Facebook page that the company is canceled any events that had planned with fifty or more people through June of next year some of these events will be held virtually sucker Burke says the majority of Facebook's employees will remain working at home through at least the end of may and employees who can't work in the office because of health or lack of child care can work from home through at least the summer but Michigan CBS news the F. B. I. says he had seen a spike in cyber security complaints in recent weeks and now it says foreign government operatives have been trying to hack into companies that are working on covert nineteen research CBS news technology analyst Larry maggot just about anybody is vulnerable to scam artists during a time of crisis but in this case hospitals research organizations and others that may be on the front lines of code nineteen are particularly vulnerable to American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut her back on her and now out of the capsule NASA astronaut Jessica Meir having returned from two hundred and five days in space her first mission aboard the international space station and her crew mate Andrew Morgan was there for two hundred seventy two days they're landing in cassocks stand early this morning came on the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo thirteen safe return from its aborted moon landing mission S. and P. futures are up seventy Dow futures up nearly seven.
Americans find oil in Saudi Arabia - Mar. 3, 1938
"Today is March. Third Twenty twenty. The Day was March third. Nineteen thirty eight. A group of oil prospectors working for an American company discovered a commercially viable source of Petroleum Mayor Demaim in Saudi Arabia since then Saudi Arabia has consistently been one of the world's top oil producers. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when even so combined four regions into one st through conquest even so called for searches for oil a resource that had demand and would be big source of income for a country that needed a boost in its economy in nineteen thirty three. Saudi Arabia signed a contract with the Standard Oil Company of California. Also known as so cow. So cal was granted the right to prospect for oil in Saudi Arabia's eastern provinces side note. So cal is now. Chevron in September of that year American geologist arrived in Saudi Arabia to begin surveys of the land by car airplane. A couple of months later the California Arabian Standard. Oil Company was formed. Cassocks name was later changed to Arabian American Oil Company or Aramco. Geologists began surveying an area around ideological formation near the city of Demaim on the east coast of the country drilling. The first began in April of nineteen thirty. Five in terms of the second whale started in February of Nineteen thirty six soon. More wells were authorized in the area. Those wells did produce some oil but most of them eventually produced more water than oil. Demaim Oilwell number seven at first seemed like it would also be fruitless. The well reached more than three thousand feet beneath the earth. And no water or oil had been found but chief geologist Max. Steiner key thought that they would find oil in the will and he told the company to keep drilling they did and on March third nineteen thirty eight. They struck a significant amount of oil within three weeks. The well had produced over one hundred thousand barrels of oil. In the beginning the oil was sent to. Bahrain barred for export but in nineteen thirty nine. The first tanker load of oil was shipped overseas now. That castle had found oil. It continued mapping and exploring Saudi Arabia looking for more by nineteen forty nine Kazakh. Now Aramco had reached a production of five hundred thousand barrels per day by nineteen fifty. The Trans Arabian pipeline. Had Begun Operations Aramco already paid Saudi Arabia a fee and other benefits but that year. Aramco began to split its profits but the Saudi government nineteen seventy-three the Saudi government purchased twenty five percent of Aramco by the next year it increased. Its stake to sixty percent and in one thousand nine hundred eighty all of course oil rights production apparatus and facilities came under government control by this time demaim oilwell number seven alone have produced more than twenty seven million barrels. Eight years later the company became Saudi Aramco over the next few decades. The company continued to expand its operations and production fuelling Saudi Arabia's economy of course oil production in Saudi Arabia has been an issue closely tied to economics politics and the environment today. Saudi Arabia is the world's second largest crude oil
Russian cargo freighter on the way to space station
"Russian supply ship carrying tons of supplies to the international space station has blasted off to the orbiting the bark tree the progress MS thirteen cargo ship lifted off on Friday on top of a so use rocket from the Russian space complex in cassocks down it's carrying about two point seven metric tons of food fuel and supplies to the space station which currently has six astronauts aboard and is set to dock with the space outpost on
"cassocks" Discussed on KTRH
"All my bumpers from Rick cassock cars toons. on coast to coast even an hour from now when we go to open lines. item at this hour though we will open up the phone so you can join the conversation with our guest mark Alpert the author of the coming storm and we'll get into the third. a leg of the stool on which this story is balanced because one of which is this idea of of genetically altering humans the second is the increased frequency and severity of storms as we have seen it. really well documented I mean this isn't there some politics involved it's just it's either is or it isn't and it is coming faster harder at our coastlines and then the third piece of that we'll get to coming up in just a second but but if that sounds kind of like okay that's so KOSPI right end it or even kind of vaguely familiar remember it was art bell who wrote the book the coming global superstorm along with the Wrigley's Whitley Strieber and that book at the time was considered like so far out there it can't believe that could possibly happen I think it's viewed differently now even though it also was speculative science mixed in with a little bit of fiction in between and and I was just on a TV and order topped up on like USA or something so it was a very enjoyable but. it was interesting to see it again and it that focus was on winter is the idea of an ice age that would develop virtually overnight which would be only partially explained by the woolly mammoths still having food in their stomachs you know when they've been found it millennial later but it just goes to show you really help president so many of art bell's shows were on coast to coast AM and Tom Dan highs or it has been a long which were Ginori a central part of opening up the old vault of art bell shows so Tom I saw this announcement earlier I didn't know where the vault was in Sherman oaks did you actually know is there actually a physical place where we've been keeping all of these yeah we can't Kelly act and you can't you see our arts movie by the way well yeah we can do here yeah I and stuff yeah I mean it was interesting because there is it I like it in other movies where they make art bell characters and he had nothing to do with the movie for the still use are exactly but so so it's this is a chance for people to access the archives of art bell and go back and listen to some of these early show yeah and I know me back up just a second because like we're talking about the movie and I know you're a movie buff and I just have to say if you're Rambo fan Stallone does not disappoint. yeah and say that I'm a little behind in my in my room just ramble on for a second. might have been two thousand eight the last time I saw you know but okay this new feature it's for the coast insiders it's called the art bell vault really cool thing it's a collection of classic art bell programs there's Mel waters in the famous males holders the harlot harlot to Satan loving unapologetic which I don't know. the whistle blower Baba's are and how he was assigned to work and flying saucers there's even a rare interview with the late colonel Philip Corso yeah this is all really good stuff and we're gonna add shows each week to this it's no extra charge for insiders and this is classic audio you really don't want to miss get this and it's all heard without interruption so that was really cool so it's going to be available there it's Breville on a variety of listening formats including your mobile device and in the months ahead we're going to add it to the coast apps so if you're not a subscriber it's a great time to sign up right now and all you need to do is get over the coast because damn website where all that info is right there well in light of what already happened this week is the famous did you already mentioned I missed it the the guy with the flying the plane over area fifty one is that is that included in that I need to say I don't know I don't report the wrong thing it will be it's not the best it will be for sure for sure when when art bell was inducted into the radio hall of fame that was the that was the tape they fly I remember we were there yeah and I'll never forget it excellent so find out more by going to the website signing up come a coast insider plus all this new bonus material from the art bell vault and then we'll create more radio magic coming up next as we continue this conversation about the coming storm with mark Alpert on coast to coast AM in for George nori this is the end product..
"cassocks" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"No circumstance right now where a war with Iran would be a good idea I think that a diplomatic resolution is alive the staff and there's concern the disruption might cost Americans more at the palm oil prices jumped more than fourteen percent Monday the quicker this output is restored the last of an impact to motor as president trump downplayed those a fax and said the US is prepared to defend a strategic oil reserves if necessary Catherine Johnson CBS news the White House Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee are preparing to hold their first official hearing in what they're calling an impeachment investigation president Charles former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to appear in the morning to discuss the special counsel's report on a Russian election interference two former White House aides who were subpoenaed along side the wind owski won't show up at all on orders from the White House talks continued into the night but there was no end to the strike against General Motors the walk out of nearly fifty thousand UAW members has brought some fifty GM factories to a halt Associated Press reporter Tom Krister goes more than a week then they lose parts that go to Canada and Mexico all that production get shut down then you got real problems in a real kind of a ripple effect that will really hurt GM's earnings the last strike twelve years ago lasted two days new research from the university of southern California shows just how much of a being is on the rise the study for. is that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the recent rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles we're hearing from Rick cassocks wife..
"cassocks" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"More at the pump oil prices jumped more than fourteen percent Monday the quicker this output is restored the last of an impact to motor as president trump downplayed those effects and said the US is prepared to defend a strategic oil reserves if necessary Catherine Johnson CBS news the White House Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee are preparing to hold their first official hearing in what they're calling an impeachment investigation president trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to appear in the morning to discuss the special counsel's report on Russia election interference two former White House aides who were subpoenaed along side the wind owski won't show up at all on orders from the White House talks continued into the night but there was no end to the strike against General Motors the walk out of nearly fifty thousand UAW members has brought some fifty GM factories to a halt Associated Press reporter Tom crusher if it goes more than a week then they lose parts that go to Canada and Mexico all that production get shut down then you got real problems in a real kind of a ripple effect that will really hurt GM's earnings the last strike twelve years ago lasted two days new research from the university of southern California shows just how much vaping is on the rise. the study finds that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the recent rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles we're hearing from Rick cassocks wife..
"cassocks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"War with Iran would be a good idea I think that diplomatic resolution as well as needs to happen there's concern the disruption might cost Americans more at the pump oil prices jumped more than fourteen percent Monday the quicker this output is restored the last of an impact to motor as president trump downplayed those effects and said the US is prepared to dip into strategic oil reserves if necessary Catherine Johnson CBS news the White House Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee are preparing to hold their first official hearing in what they're calling an impeachment investigation president trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to appear in the morning to discuss the special counsel's report on Russia election interference two former White House aides who were subpoenaed along side the wind owski won't show up at all on orders from the White House talks continued into the night but there was no end to the strike against General Motors the walk out of nearly fifty thousand UAW members has brought some fifty GM factories to a halt Associated Press reporter Tom crusher if it goes more than a week then they lose parts that go to Canada and Mexico all that production get shut down then you got real problems in a real kind of a ripple effect that will really hurt GM's earnings the last strike twelve years ago lasted two days new research from the university of southern California shows just how much of a being is on the rise. the study finds that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the recent rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles we're hearing from Rick cassocks wife..
"cassocks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Americans more at the pump oil prices jumped more than fourteen percent Monday the quicker this output is restored the less of an impact to motor as president trump downplayed those effects and said the US is prepared to defend a strategic oil reserves if necessary Catherine Johnson CBS news the White House Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee are preparing to hold their first official hearing in what they're calling an impeachment investigation president trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to appear in the morning to discuss the special counsel's report on Russian election interference two former White House aides who were subpoenaed along side the wind owski won't show up at all on orders from the White House talks continued into the night but there was no end to the strike against General Motors the walk out of nearly fifty thousand UAW members has brought some fifty GM factories to a halt Associated Press reporter Tom crusher if it goes more than a week then they lose parts that go to Canada and Mexico all that production get shut down then you got real problems in a real kind of a ripple effect that will really hurt GM's earnings the last strike twelve years ago lasted two days new research from the university of southern California shows just how much of a being is on the rise the study. finds that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the recent rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles we're hearing from Rick cassocks wife..
"cassocks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To global markets. the impact of this attack could still be substantial president trump says the US is prepared to release part of its strategic oil reserve if necessary CBS news update I'm Matt Piper WBBM news time one thirty two Deerfield woman is dead after being hit by a car last week in the parking lot of an area bakery police say the fifty three year old woman was pronounced dead three days after she was hit the driver of the vehicle a sixty eight year old man was arrested on the scene and an investigation is under way officials with the Chicago animal care and control were forced to corral a runaway farm animal yesterday the McKinley park neighborhood pretty big sheet and she was very very scared executive director Kelly Kantor ski says the agency responded to the thirty three hundred block of south Damon where a sheep was spot I staff are experts in in capturing loose animals my team was able to quickly go out assess the situation and determined it was best to tranquilize her given the rest to the public safety you know what her darting in and out of traffic and also the rest to herself wouldn't want her to get hit by a car enders he suspects the you broke out of a farm transport in the area resting comfortably and so we should hopefully have a rescue transport for her today any day newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time one thirty three the district attorney in Manhattan New York has reportedly sent a subpoena to president trump's accounting firm Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a Democrat last month subpoenaed the trump organization for records related to hush money payments for a porn actress now according to a source the answer is seeking the last eight years of state and federal tax returns for the president and the trump organization and that's correspondent Jackie Quinn the trump administration is telling two former aides to the president not to appear a house judiciary committing he committee hearing later today in a letter sent to the panel and obtained by the Associated Press the White House counsel writes that the justice department has advised the president to direct Rick Dearborn and rob Porter to defy subpoenas be. as a constitutional immunity. the family of rockstar Rick kassig spoke yesterday Rick cassocks wife model and actress Paulina Porizkova says the rock and roll hall of Famer died peacefully over the weekend while recovering from surgery an Instagram post parts go but didn't elaborate on what kind of operational cassock under gone she said she found him asleep when bringing him his Sunday morning coffee she touched his cheek to try to rouse him parts go it says she then realized quote that during the night he had peacefully.
"cassocks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The medical examiner's working to determine why the car's front man Ricco cassock died a Tory sale cassock was found dead yesterday afternoon in his apartment in Manhattan by police responding to a nine one one call police say there were no signs of foul play is death comes a year after the cars were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame you're listening to NPR news. this is W. NYC in New York good morning I'm Richard take six oh four currently in Central Park seventy two degrees overcast with a chance of some showers later on this afternoon governor Cuomo was directing state health officials to ban the sale of flavor E. cigarettes citing the risk to young people who he says are getting addicted to nicotine almost as tobacco companies with ownership stakes in E. cigarettes make makers like jul running the same addiction playbook it is the tobacco cigarette model all over again. try your. get addicted to nicotine. and now you are a customer for life well most of the state health commissioner will be making a recommendation this week to the state public health and health planning council which can issue emergency regulations that could go into effect as soon as two weeks. federal and local officials remaining the Senate act on gun safety legislation surrounded by a New York based survivors a recent mass shootings they criticize Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for waiting to act on legislation that passed the house in February councilwoman Alicia aumbry Samuel represents Brownsville Brooklyn where a mass shooting in July killed one person and injured eleven others she says Congress needs act now we need to be more aggressive and demand a change in our gun laws from the people that are doing absolutely nothing senator McConnell says he's waiting for president trump to signal what if any gun legislation hill support world leaders will gather here in New York next week for an emergency United Nations climate summit and thousands of young people in the city are expected to join in a global climate strike this Friday urging leaders to take decisive action dozens were making posters for the March and Galanis park area on Sunday many parents were there too Kate Chumley was there with her two daughters ages five and eight I because.
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"Launching from cassock stand on this anniversary show use rocket and its multi national crew take a giant leap off the launch pad down for the international space station and American part of the three member
A cure for cancer? Despite one company’s claims, many experts uncertain
"Well, yesterday, we told you that story that was out there where the Israeli scientists said that they believed that they have a cure for cancer all cancers, then a year where they would basically take a biopsy, and they would have the treatment specific to you as an individual, and it would be a couple of weeks treatment, and it would be affordable. And of course, we always are, you know, are healthy skeptics here. And we said we'll wait till we see some kind of response from those in the cancer community. New York posted an article Dr Ben Neill, and he was quoted by number of people yesterday from NYU their cancer center told the post had cancer is multiple diseases. And it is highly unlikely that this company is found to cure for cancer anymore that there is a single cure for infections. You said then more likely this claim is yet another in the long line of spurious irresponsible, and ultimately cruel false promises to cancer patients. He had an an Email, of course, carrying cancer is a goal of everyone who comes to work every day at the cancer center. And if this company does in fact, cure cancer, they will have my congratulations. And thanks Dr Len listened field chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society. We wondered we've figured that they probably wondered and figure though at the same time. They would probably be one of the first organizations to comment on it said in a blog Tuesday that it goes without saying that we all share the aspirational hope that they are correct. Unfortunately, we must be aware that this is far from proven as an effective treatment for people with cancer. Let alone a cure. He said the key to the success of the research is apparently the focus of this experimental treatment approach on several abnormalities in cancer cells at the same time. Limiting the ability of the cancer cell to change its genetic pattern and become resistant to typical treatments. Litchfield noted that the Israeli teams research has apparently not been published in the scientific literature where would be subject to peer review, and that was one of our questions if this group is just beginning clinical trials, they may well have some difficult experiments ahead. It is certainly possible that this approach. May work. However as experience has taught us, so many times the gap from successful mouse experiment to effective beneficial application of exciting laboratory concepts to helping cancer patients at the bedside is in fact, a long and treacherous journey filled with unforeseen and anticipated obstacles right there, you go. Yeah. And what they're what you know. I guess what you're getting at least just after the day after was announced is some of the medical community coming out insane. Prove it, and that's it. I mean, that's that's that's where that that. You know, peer review comes in. And that was my first that was the first red flag for me when that story came across. All right. Where was the rest of the medical community? How is it? If we were that if they were that close how was it? The rest of the medical community wasn't aware of that. And there wasn't some kind of chatter about that. Because there would be. That would be all over. And if you would have been it likely would have been much sooner. Would have been you know, maybe even a few years ago if not longer than this. We believe this technique is going to work one day, and we could see this. Five to move into trials five to ten years down the down the road. Well, not twelve months out. Well, the the the the one thing and you brought up the was there knows which was different case than than this. Because even the you've got these medical professionals use cancer specialist saying, okay, we see we think we see where they're going. Was it the same with well there there was they were scrutinizing. It was you know, the Wall Street Journal that really undid the whole theranos thing. They there was it was the same approach though. It was the same response by the medical community, essentially show show us, you know, show us that this was going to work, and of course, when they got into it. The Wall Street Journal was maligned, of course, by the by the company, you had household names. And prominent people sitting on the board of theranos, and at that point, the founder became, you know, a billionaire at some point she was worth nine billion or something like that. But when the Wall Street Journal broke down. Everything started falling apart. Then you're deal with the drug stores and everything else started falling apart. But the medical community was was basically saying the same thing they're saying here. Yeah, you're going to have to show us. And the problem was is that they actually had people that they were doing blood tests on. Which of course, got false results. Well, I mean, the the concern is if you're a private entity that you're always trying to get private investment. And so you give out as much optimism as possible. If you're doing it if you're trying to do both get know legit investors that may get a return on their investment. And at the same time wanna promoted as being credible, which would help you in both. That's where you need peer review. I would think I I would think along the process. Okay. We've got to step one. Here's what we've done you put that up for peer review, people say, okay? That's a great start. You know, where do you go from here? You know, what what what's the next step while we done this? And we believe the next step would be that. And then you get peer review, stating, you know, from many doctors or many of the best cancer specialist. This looks like they're on the right path. And you move it. You just don't go from nothing to we believe we have a cure for cancer, right right with you don't get to that point of saying, we have a cure for cancer without having something or a large body of evidence of your research that has already been put out to peer review. That's how I would think it would it would suppose to would supposed to go. Yeah. I mean, you had the second in command there at the at the theranos that was essentially fired for questioning their methodology and what they were doing. So that kind of some of that came from you know, internally, and that's how it works. They were claiming that you could do this extensive blood tests dot with a small amount of blood. And and you know, that's that would have been a big deal that would have been revolutionary had it been true. But it's not you can't change, those dynamics. At least the technology's not there right now to to change that. And it never was for for theranos. Not even close, and you know, one day, they'll get to a a cancer cure. I believe I don't know if it's going to be in our lifetime. But when a company is claiming twelve months. Sorry instant red flag. Instant red flag. Yeah. I mean, that's. Oh, somebody said, well, a cassock or said, so twelve years. No, let's go twelve months. No, I bet if you said we believe in five years would be able to have it out. But when you throw out something, and that's when you know you and I when we were even talking about an appreciable meeting before we went on the air. We said. This seems to have everything right everything that you would want from a cure. Much more affordable will be ready in a year. And then we thought even reading the article well. Not really even what they're talking about is by the time, you have trials in might be available in some cases, you know, in a few years, but the even the headline stating that would be available in a year. Well, not really, and then we just said, you know, there's so much, you know, when you start talking about cancer and the different types of cancer, and you know, and and the u mutation of the the the the cells, and and and the tremendous amount of research has been done that you would just think that if you thought it was legit and really legit. You would put a ton of research up of what you were doing for peer review. So when you announced it you had legit. You know, totally you had totally legit backing for investors to come in and make this thing ago, right? Well, global big pharma would have been pouring money into this. I mean, they already are pouring money into a ton of things a research and development on on any given treatment. Or or drug is is massive. It's it's extremely expensive. But something like this. If they were that close certainly would have been a huge target for them. It would it would change the world. And I it's going to be interesting to see the response from the Israeli scientists and from this company over the next couple of days, stating that's one thing that I didn't even see in the article we plan to put all this out to peer review, right, right? Or this will be going out. We're going to be putting it in this medical partners that are working with us. And because that's what you would want. An and we we are bringing. We're we're going to bring in the in the different cancers of the American Cancer Society, we want we want the CDC we want major universities to be checking what we're doing here because we think we now unless they're worried about the patent. Is that the experience that they would get? Sure, we don't want somebody stealing our technology. One. Fortunately, you've got to put it up for peer review. Otherwise, it really doesn't mean much. I remember I can still remember when people the whole thing. People going to Mexico going back twenty five years ago for for lateral. And I can still remember because I was beginning to my talk radio career people. Tell me all your part of the establishment will no I wouldn't do it because it's not there's nothing proven y'all. See your against alternative medicine. Oh, yeah. I guess we with the same thing has been set about you know, when we've criticized the fact that public opinion sh- shouldn't be the leader of same. The pot is medicine. That should come from science strictly come from science. And not from public opinion, which had which it has. And now, you see it every day, you see more articles coming up from the medical community stating look at what was the article the other day was of watt. Forgot who had it. It said look pots not medicine. Stop it. It could alleviate some symptoms. But so can a ton of new drugs that have come out in the last five years, and a lot of people that are promoting the, you know, medical marijuana are ignoring the new chemicals that have been up the last and the new medicines throughout the last five years for nausea pain and everything else. I'll even on the the if you're going to do a homeopathic approach than you. You still have other alternatives. But that's far from calling it medicine, even if it helps with certain symptoms. And and leave that up to science leave that up to the scientific community, which maybe they'll get there again. I mean, if increasing the appetite for cancer patient or an aids patient, absolutely great fine. But again, that's that's far from calling it medicine. From it actually being medicine. So it'll be interesting to see what happens over the next week on this because this is something if you're the company Israeli company you'd want to be promoting this every single day right now. Look, we invite the skeptics to look at our research. Well, we're we're we're gonna we're gonna be post we want peer review on the science behind. You know, what what we're doing here? And why we believe it's going to work. We brought these organizations and we brought the American can we want people to see this because this would be one of the biggest breakthroughs in medicine ever. And we think we're on the right path. That's exactly what I thought. You know, you could see in a in a theranos or any other research company if it would have been about the research. Yeah. This is what we believe. We'll get to a point at some point. With this technology that you can walk into a drugstore and get a comprehensive blood test and not have to give a vial or to a blood in order to get it done. I think you would still have investors on board that say, okay, what first of all show us which direction you're you're headed. And why? But it wasn't about that. It was according to authorities. It was it was fraud.
"cassocks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"As he prepares to leave office next month. He told an audience in Sacramento, he thinks the high speed rail line will eventually be built with the help from the feds relatively small amount of a national infrastructure Bill. The latest estimate is that the line would cost seventy seven billion dollars. But the governor thinks it will become a reality despite widespread doubts. Very good chance of seeing Bill, and then California will be an innovator as the only place in America with a high speed rail, and that will then join China Japan England, Germany, Italy, Spain the governor talking during so-called exit interview in Sacramento, he leaves office the final time on January seventh itchy eleven eighteen on KNX. Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Los Angeles exhilarating Bishop Alexander Salazar accused of sexual misconduct with a minor back in the nineteen nineties the d day decided not to prosecute at the time. But an inquiry found the allegation to be credible. Despite Salazar's denials, Joel cassocks of Newport Beach who belongs to the group survivors, taking on predators tells KNX the resignation took a long very long time to happen. The archdiocese of Los Angeles knew about these allegations. And did nothing date sat on them, basically. And the only reason that they're doing anything about it because of external pressure, and what does it had to say about zero tolerance have to say about child safety Catholic church expert Maximo Jolie of a Villanova tells KNX there is more action being taken on these cases since Francis became poking. Curly investigations conducted by Detroit itself tend to be quicker and tend to be conclusive. So they lead to decisions in terms of dismissing bishops that are much more frequent cells are was a parish priests at the time of the locations more than twenty years ago. A woman in Fresno has been arrested on felony child neglect charges after her eight-year-old daughter was killed while crawling under a train, Fresno. Police say the mother urged both her daughter entered nine year old son to crawl under the idling train cars. So they wouldn't miss a bus ride home the boy made it, but the girl was reluctant to go. Oh when she finally ducked under the train lurched trapped under its wheels. Detectives say the mother had ordered for children to crawl under the train at least seven different times before this accident happened eleven twenty on KNX. For another. Check your money. Here's Frank Motech. While we've seen the markets digest the big announcement that came down just about twenty minutes ago. Now, the Federal Reserve raising its key interest rate for the fourth time this year by another quarter percentage point reflecting the US economies continued strength, but signalling that expects is slow hikes next year two hikes instead of three which was the original expectation. The market had been higher ahead of the announcement. The Dow was of two hundred fifty five points and slid into negative territory few moments ago as back positive now by just sixty two points. The NASDAQ still lower by twenty four years has been positive to before the announcement and the s&p five hundred now of four points Fed's policy savings has some further gradual rate increases are likely, but it's updated forecast projects just to rate hikes next year down from three the predicted in September. We check the money at twenty and fifty each hour. Frank bodak from the HMO has capital money desk accent, seventy well. Chalk it up as a possible. Sign of the times one city set to allow. Bulletproof backpacks until you more in just ninety seconds. And she lived in two thousand one in southern California..
"cassocks" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"New cassocks for one of the kids came back because reprising role and this show if you've never seen it like, I don't know man like I feel like horror TV shows are super big right now and have been for the last few few years. You got your what's the new one haunting of hill house just on that flakes? There's American horror story before there was American horror story, there was a horror anthology series. So important, I'm not talking about goosebumps. The goose bumps TV show is but wild too by the way, but it is a whole different kettle of fish. No, I'm talking about. Are you free of the dark? It was so good. And I don't think like it's such a like bold addition right because Knicks like the snick lineup had at certain points. You know could blame. Hey Arnold in like the live action department. It had all that. It had Alex Mack jomie me. It didn't have anything like terrifying. And they were like, let's add a children's horror show to to fun Saturday night lineup. There's something almost like there was an element of danger to it because you're staying up late on Saturday night and watching horror stories that I was like so fucking into. And there are two things. I remember primarily about this show. Like one two things I remember really really liking about it. The first thing was the framing device of the midnight society. If you've never seen the show before every episode opened up with this group of kids and teens that would come around this campfire this secluded little forest clearing where they had a little little hideout. They would start a campfire. And then one of them would be the storyteller for that night. They would say submitted for the approval of the midnight society, and then they'd reach into a bag and throw the midnight dust into the fire title would appear. Do you know what that dust was? I feel like I've talked about this about this is coffee, Creamer, non dairy, Creamer. Yeah. Apparently has like petroleum in it jeeze does not great. I just loved like the stories were great, the horror stories were awesome. But like I really wanted to be in the midnight society. Every kid did this show dabbled in their lives and relationships occasionally, sometimes like their relationships bled into the stories that they told there is one episode where there were two brothers in the midnight society one of them like stole the older ones love poem. So the older one till the horror story where like the younger kid was tormented for being a brat, and then he like apologized at the end of the episode. It also every episode ins with them, you know, talking about the moral of the story or whatever..
"cassocks" Discussed on AP News
"Precedent setting case Raises serious cassock social issues on the appointment Mr. was properly appointed that's. Paul Kamiar President, Trump again went after NFL players who don't stand for the national anthem eagles safety. Malcolm Jenkins on ESPN tried to explain it's about racial inequity where we are now just important. That we continue to keep this conversation going a white nationalist rally will be held Sunday in. The nation's capital police say that. They're ready for various factions you might try to incite violence this rally comes a year after a deadly. Clash in Charlottesville Virginia three teens died in the crash of church. Van in southwestern Missouri ten others were hurt that group is from Kansas the man accused of deliberately setting a fire. In southern California's Cleveland national forest was in court today he interrupted. The judge and challenge the charges against him This is AP radio news A man was found dead inside the Trump Tower in New York. City are Warren Levinson reports a man, romantically. Linked. To reality TV star Bethany Frankel was. Found dead, at Trump Tower Friday morning police suspect the death. Of fifty one year old Dennis shields was a drug overdose police. Responding to a nine one one call found, shields at, the Fifth Avenue high rise an emergency medical. Services team pronounced. Him dead at the scene Officials at Yosemite national park say that. They will be able to reopen. On Tuesday the park was closed because of that wildfire at the height of tourist season they, say that services may be scaled back, at. First. Republicans have announced that the Senate will. Begin confirmation, hearings for supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh on September. Fourth those hearings are expected to run up to four days they're. Eager for confirmation of the president's pick but, Democrats say, the process is being rushed I'm Jacky Quin AP radio news AP radio news I'm Jacky. Quin, San, Francisco juries awarded. Two, hundred eighty nine million dollars to a former groundskeeper who. Sued Monsanto claiming the weed killer roundup caused, his cancer Dwayne Johnson says he is terminally. Ill learned about round up in Is. Eight and everything I'm glad to be here to be able to help with a causes way bigger than. Me so hopefully this thing will start to get the attention that. It needs to get rice the I can make a good choice Monsanto says it will. Appeal and says that it. Has been proven that its product does not cause cancer a lawyer. For a man associated with the former Trump campaign adviser Roger stone is being. Held in contempt. Of court for nut testifying, before a grand jury in the Russia probe entry Miller's lawyer says they plan to challenge the appointment of special counsel Robert Muller. Is a major.
"cassocks" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Twenty ten Pence written in the stars. And we move on the AC footsie rookies now for the second qualifying session of day, and it is written in the stars that we will be saying many of the ladies and gentlemen in these categories on the very tomato GP and because with the official series to the SP in many of the junior cassocks in be and maybe into the Bennett, British superbike championship as well. And it's also great. See so many new names and so many new faces in Mukasa creek for this weekend will be bringing those of whom we've not seen soon in the twenty eighteen season. So I will be bringing t tales of as shortly. But one name, we offer many with only Horner Maine's on pole position. Minima seventeen. It's done a fifty four point five, seven, four just point one, two, seven ahead, Aubrey from Bray Samuel Munson. In third second place in Trumpian ship only three. Points behind Henry McCartney safe. That's been a vast. Some yeoman's instead Henry McCarty in for various over alive is in this championship done from prairie. Prairie crossing the closest one in this championship, any stories, the coop savings. I'm sure the AC four. I think four chance of leaving here the championship lead or realistic chance twenty. Four and moving prey. Of course, former savings lead all the whole yet to win a vase has been. Sorry, close so far this year pole positions go through them in the AC full shifty Samuel. Today's Thome sites of fat racing at the moment. He's four pole positions looking to make it five today. He's going to the top fifty four for you on full six hundreds of a second quick Heddon on the whole Naxos Samuel moments. Looking for his fifth pole. I say he's like Tom Sykes. He doesn't have the walk at the end of the more. You never know some, some of my present Samuel with a Welsh later on after having that common people need to watch him his time, they certainly will be doing so still a heads at the moment ahead of only Horner and we've been bring second Henry mckearney currently in fourth place ahead of Finn and web, he he's really been picking up some palm. I have the last couple of race meetings, and as we say that only Horner gyms backup on provisional pole position point, three of a second hour ahead. All Samuel Munson, which is a very big gap first lap in fifty three's well, fifty, three, nine, seven, five for all e hold dies of good Latin som- enough to get some some context that when we get qualifying one, she's vivant would've thought with this class, they would have got quick. The most harm may have on the bite. So qualifying. Two at the moment only Horner leads it some no month, proven bright hundred mckearney and Finnan where it's he's gonna great. The last couple of millions completely toll five. All these saves gives Blake Wilson. Warwick Brady winner from clay pitching nine, ten, Charlie hunts good max, where it is eleven twelve Jacob Stevenson. The list goes on and on. We just go online at pulled off to the reut hand side of the final Kona has just rejoined the session, but just temporarily puts a halt to new fastest laps with the yellow flag that has come by Ken wonderful liberal, not by come say, not sure who it was easy counselling. I'm forty six. Valentino Rossi esque livery on that machine and the MacOS I it away. Yes, the blue in the fluorescent yellow. Of course. If you've not been in touch with the lakes MSCI us who star all dropping from the Tartu soup of yellow, read more about that on the most spoilt dot radio websites, and monster energy replacing the meta already. A slump said that they will become touch sponsors, even all fluorescent colors on the Emma of day old change in motor GPO change in the order of the session, but not for provisional pole position, only horn of a Maine's ahead of Samuel Munson and veve them gray with Henry county in fourth place ahead of it see and only SIMS with Archie Gibbs. Blake Wilson,.
"cassocks" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"What is it tries the orange barrels that they put out i know what that is yeah yeah i don't know why my brain didn't know that that was for secondly again okay so he looks like that and he's got one wheel and punk rock ladies do my reporting and her guns are says it sir jumps salat junk oh what is this game oh my wife plays this game described the game it's in the old west this kind they've got all the man what was that what was the gesture you just maybe these guns yeah what about them it's a cowboy it's it's kind of old west town off face future number four you must be this our cassocks arrived the shoot robots in the desert ride i know what this game i just can't remember the name of it it's okay so it's not red dead revenge redemption but it's like it's that it's the more cartoony version of that that is yes yes yes so much shit to you all right okay so it's it's not mad max but it's mad cartoon man max and and you can be one of five different people and then you go and your shoot everybody listen to standing up like washing the name of the game he's got he's he gets credit for right now so first letter b borderlands.
Bon Jovi, The Cars Rock Their Way Into Hall of Fame
"Your health issuing company and other factors not available in all states it was a reunion to remember that after centenarian showed up to her college get together in new york city florence zimmermann joined her fellow hunter college alumni at the school on that happens upper east side that's part of the city university of new york zimmerman is a retired new york city judge and was the oldest of a group of alumni ages sixty six and up florence who's one hundred and three finished college in nineteen thirty seven a later became one of the first female graduates of new york law school the first class dark college wonderful zimmerman was presented with a framed photo of herself as a student she says hunter prepared her very very well for her professional life todd abc news last night rock royalty was on full display descending on the shores of lake erie for the rock and roll hall of fame induction ceremony in cleveland ohio abc's matt wolf was there welcome to the rock and roll hall of fame thirty third annual induction ceremony rock and roll hall of fame president greg harris there ushering in the class of two thousand eighteen i up from the state of new jersey bon jovi all the fans who supported this we share this honour with you the cars also getting in brodmann recco cassock acknowledging some family inspiration i'd like to thank my wheelchair grandmother for forcing me to sing also.
"cassocks" Discussed on WTVN
"Iranian mill in utah eight the questions about rows tom's control uranium isn't really about the russians crafting youths i say it's about shortages of rearing uranium in the united states and us being dependent on foreign sources for that material and again about rows tom purchasing nuclear material and cassocks extent and the clintons were still involved at this time there were involved past the sale this is the point it didn't end with gesture selling rosita i mean to selling uranium one the new head in sulfur he gave between one point three million and five point six million in contributions to the clinton foundation from a constellation of people with ties to uranium one or your asia without the assets the cassock minds the russians would have had no interest in the deal amid the influx of uranium unconnected money clint was invited to speak in moscow in june 2010 the same month rows tom struck a deal for a majority stake in uranium wants to the same month the rostom decide to buy uranium one clinton spent time in moscow got five hundred grand for it it's not at all and clear that the clintons were unrelated uranium one so again just more evidence the democrats were perfectly willing to work with the russians when they saw a way to benefit from it pretty amazing pretty amazing we'll meanwhile the pope has now spoken out and just before christmas in a way that i think he's actually valuable the pope francis gave a homily and he talks about fruitfulness he commented on how in these days sterility is considered a virtue he says back dents to really was considered a shame when the birth of a child was seen as a grace and a gift from god said in the bible there many sterile woman who desire a child fruitfulness in the bible is a blessing.
"cassocks" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Information irma is such a huge storm it's winds stretching across the state and while the west side of the state is getting the brunt of the storm it is spawning tornadoes to the east of the eye on the east coast we have seen many tornado report and reports of damage along these heavily heavily populated regions meterologist jannah's dean forecasters say that florida after it leaves florida that urmas going to push into georgia governor nathan deal declaring a state of emergency there and urging residents not to take the calm winds now for granted the president called me early this morning to assure me that he was standing by for any assistance that we might need and that he had his theme of personnel here in our state and of course they all arm is expected to reach georgia with tropicalstorm force winds starting tomorrow morning into tuesday pope francis was on his way back to rome after a five day visit to colombia and a bit of a mishap i was punched i'm fine so joked pope francis he hit the left side of his face against the vertical bar and his custommade popemobile this while waving to crowds lining the streets to greet their spiritual leader the bump drew a little blood a few drops visible on his white cassock video showed the area around his left eye a little bruised and swollen the pontiff was later seen sporting a small bandage over his left eyebrow spokesman greg burke says the pope is fine carat mccue fox news.
"cassocks" Discussed on WJR 760
"I was you guys all it's our hair cassock show thank you i love your viewpoints and the way your criquette at 800 any don't you know you leave it open you know as far as you just predict the fact let people decide which is a great way to do it now i talk by that last guy though it on a you got a great radio voice but uh it quoted viewpoints gokova knuckle eddie yes i'm not sure who your doctor yeah the guy in which gift toyed over his airway said yukiko around it around were oh brian rate of all all that either adventure meant the role and martin okay if that guy okay and of course trump's inaugural not all look at it look it's it's a it's a it's a liberal black network they promote a liberal point of view which is simply donald trump is a racist and and were so that was the intent of the the if you wanna call we'd said earlier about the the spy plane click bait that's been going on there was a russian spy plane and when you get into the article you realize well there was you know not that this was not a russian spy plane sneaking in they knew was there it's something that we do when a treaty and they made tried to make it sound like it you know russia trump spy plane over his golf course and everything else and that any box new right i was fox news.