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"century court" Discussed on WTOP
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"century court" Discussed on We The People
"Main lesson. In my professional capacity. Maybe that what coalitions want of the court. Changes. And can often change rapidly. So why are people like Steven Field on the court and by the way? Why is Andrew Johnson Vice President And the answer is the Republican. Party. In eighteen sixty four is united on the measures. That are being used to fight the civil war. Legal tender is constitutional. Suspension of Habeas Corpus is constitutional. The blockade is constitutional. The emancipation proclamation is constitutional. What's going to happen if the north winds? They don't know. But they want to united front and Andrew Johnson believes in all four of the legal tender not gonNa Find Habeas Emancipation proclamation blockade. Anything Johnson is more are hanging while the traders because frankly they were trying to kill him and he was in the state. By. Eighteen sixty six. Republican Party has a new set of goals and wants different things from the court. And some of those things to link injustices can't deliver because there are mixed lot. For every Salmon Chase who is an abolitionist? There's a Stephen Field, a flat out racists who simply doesn't believe in session. So part of is the mere fact that people want something of the court today. Doesn't tell you. What they're going to want tomorrow. which makes futures very, very hard to predict. Tim The last word in the fascinating discussion his to you what for you are the historical and constitutional lessons. Of fluctuations in the size of the Supreme Court. Between Eighteen, sixty, three, hundred, sixty, nine. Well it is true that there's this really interesting period of change that we've been talking about here from eighteen, sixty, two, day, ten, sixty, nine, and the size of the court changes and all the things we've been talking about What's interesting though is that that was only possible because one party is in power and dominates everything I. Mean we sometimes forget the fact that in eighteen sixty one when the south secedes from the Union though southerners all go home and they're no longer in the congress and so basically, what you have is the Republican Party dominant in the thirty ninth Congress starting in eighteen sixty one. They're able to pass a whole host of measures. We've mentioned you know some of them already and the Republicans stay in power. Until Eighteen, seventy, five, and so for this whole period, they dominate both houses of Congress Johnson is the only outlier he had run with with Lincoln on a National Union ticket in eighteen sixty four understanding that Johnson was a unionist from Tennessee. He'd he had been the only southern member of the Senate not to resign his seat and go back Home Lincoln called him an indispensable man in Tennessee. So there was a good political reason in eighteen. Sixty four when Lincoln was running for re election that he would run with Johnson but Johnston after Lincoln's death turns out to be what really hit always ban, which is a states, rights Democrat, and that puts him at odds with Congress but again, one party in Congress is dominant in both the House and the Senate and that same party occupies the white. House. For the vast majority of this period from eighteen, sixty, one, eight, hundred, seventy, five. And so that party is able to have its way since we're in a very much divided country. Now, where one party is not the dominant party when it comes to public opinion in any sense, if we go back to the last several presidential elections, it is hard for us to imagine that such far reaching changes like what happened during the civil war when it comes to the size of the US Supreme Court, it is hard to imagine any such changes happening now because we're so divided politically in one party doesn't rule in the same way that it did in this era from eighteen, sixty, one, eighteen, seventy, five. Thank you so much more graber and to. For a extraordinarily illuminating nuanced and important discussion about the history of nineteenth century court packing I know that our listeners learned as much as I do, and I'm very grateful to both of you for illuminating and educating all of us. Mark Tim thank you so much for joining. Thank you. Thank you Jeff. Today's show was engineered by Greg Shekar produced by Jackie McDermott research provided by grace's Andy and Lana warrick. And please review and subscribe to we the people on Apple podcasts and recommend the show to friends colleagues or anyone anywhere who is hungry for constitutional illumination and to beat and always remember that we're a private nonprofit and we rely on the generosity and.
Zadie Smith Interview
"I've known her almost twenty years. I interviewed her for MTV two and white teeth was out and it's been a thrill to watch Zedi grow and operated a public intellectual dropping great novels and Dope Essays and showing herself to just be a really interesting person to listen to I mean putting the also of her accident aside in person ladies as smart and it's fun is her greatest books and she's disarmingly humble in a way that just makes you want to root for her success. So settle in I asked her to talk to me for an hour and we sat there for two. We sat there in our studio at seventy eighth and Broadway and just. This is the most fun episode I've had yet so. I'm. Proud? To. Present. Eighty Smith. On tour ratio. Writing. What do you love about it? I like. I like having an artificial. Set Task To fill the day set by yourself. It's it's that's pleasant. I mean what else you can do its? Own Life and I like the idea of a series of. Tasks except myself completely unnecessary toss that nobody. Has To care about Oh but I sent them a series of books in my mind and then when they're done. I'll be done. I think everyone does that with their life is writing a very. Kind of formal way to do it I can measure out his this way. So. Do you set day go? Goals no because if I did would be very frustrated. So no but I have hopes if every day but I haven't written in months and months at the moment. I'm reading I'M IN A. Like period of reading and preparing but Preparing to start another one. Yeah. But it's much more important for me to be able to read every day them right every day I live without writing if I don't get to read I get very. antsy. Really. Yeah. So how many hours a day reading at the moment all all hours that I'm not. Raising children. So you drop them off and you go. Pick them up. So for about six thousand reading, and then I pick them up again and then after their menu read again. It's The moment is normally like that but at the moment, that's it. Yeah. What are you reading? I'm meeting a lot of stuff about. At eighteen hundreds for something after right. So it's just a of. Research I suppose nonfiction nonfiction near for the most part some novels to sometimes I. Use the bedtime reading with the children as surreptitious. Research, they don't realize it but. The reason we're reading David Copperfield. They need to know that. What are you love so much about reading. I. I really good book recently gyco fronts this with a British writer. WHO said? That actually it's kind of addiction and the strange thing about it is it's a sanctioned addictions and nobody tells you off. For reading a lot when you're a kick particularly if you're. From. A working class or emigrant home as I was everybody's very enthusiastic about it because it seems like a good sign. But what he said in his case Easel. So reading addict, he had very ill sister who died when he was young and reading for him was a way of escaping the world and I think that's always basically true I don't think children who read as much as I did when I was a child are reading because they're delirious with joy. It is a kind of addiction is a kind of escapism and and you realize it when we come to this poker I i. Go. Maybe. Five heavy books in my bag. What did I imagine? What's going to happen on the twenty two minutes away right. What did you bring? Inside Victorian. Home. A book about historical. Mikey Century Court case I lost a load of. Heavy, back books. So. I think reading is just the way I am in the world. That's how I operate and what was interesting about process book is I heard. Expressed as a kind of. Personal floor you know because if if every spare moment you have. You want to be somewhere else. So inside a booker that's. That is a little problematic actually, it's not that different from the people who want to get high off. Be On instagram. Every moment of the day is all about not being way you were
"century court" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"The COPA. Nineteen pandemic struck the employers. Initial reaction in this situation was to have anybody who could. telecommute! So if whatever they individuals job was lended itself to telecommuting. That's what the employees would be doing and this employee one of the individuals who was allowed to telecommute. And, in fact, she did did so successfully. Well after a couple of months of all of that happening the police chief changed his mind decided no more telecommunication in this agency, and if someone is not able to report to work, then they're going to have to be off on sickly for somehow account for their time. Perhaps through using vacation timer. Cop Timer annually or whatever it might be. About those. This is an interesting situation, right? This is somebody who's a symptomatic entirely. She doesn't have any symptoms. But if you put her into the work, environment of the station where she's working around a lot of other people. Her underlying. Condition the fact that she's immuno-compromised subjects her too far greater risk than anybody else who is working alongside her. Is the implicated by that well? Here's how you go through those problems with the Ada the first thing you have to ask is this person disabled and that means do they have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. And the answer clearly I think is yes right. If you're you know compromise, you have a physical condition that limits one or more major life activities. There's all sorts of things that she can't do because she's immuno-compromised. That means because she's got a disability. The employer has to reasonably combinator. What's the reasonable accommodation here? Pretty clear right she's been doing it. You allow her to telecommute. While but what about that Scott versus city of Detroit case? About. In this case, the accommodation is a temporary laundry. It ends when the coroner takes issue another quarantine when the pandemic is under control, so she's not asking for a permanent light-duty dot job. She's not asking for permanent telecommuting. What she's basically saying is look for as long as the pandemic is out there. I WANNA. Keep doing my job I don't WanNa. Be Off on sick leave. I I really committed to this department and. I want to do my job and I can do it by telecommuting, and I don't need this accommodation forever. I think that employs got a pretty good claim under the ADA. It's different than nab of officer Scot in Detroit. I want to shift gears right now and and talk about something that's not. Really, technically labor issue, but if you are a longtime listener to this podcast you know I've really got a be under my bonnet about what's known as the firefighters will. Sometimes it's called the professional rescuer rule, and we have a new decision out of the UTAH. Supreme Court involving a firefighter. The deals with this rule so let's talk about it now. Tell you why I have a problem with this rule. So what does rule is broadly speaking is a rule that says that professional rescuers, firefighters and police officers. CanNot bring lawsuits against those whose conduct as injured them. Unlike all other employees you know if if mark, fuller, who works for? S If if I send mark. Fuller to the store. to to the office supplies stored pick up some equipment. And he gets injured on the way. Someone Kloppers them in a car. He consumed that person. But under the firefighters rule I'll call it of firefighters, although it's also called a professional rescuers. Under. The firefighters were old. If Mark was a firefighter or And got sent to the store by a supervisor got clobbered by that same car. You couldn't sue them. And, this is a rule that has been around dates from the early nineteen hundreds first decision on. It came out of the Illinois Supreme. Court originally this rule was grounded and a theory that is known as premesis liability. Nobody who has not been forced to take the bar exam cares what premises liability is but for the few of you who do. Premises, liability. Was a system where landowners Orlando Occupiers Renner's Oh, different degrees of care to individuals depending upon whether the individual wasn't invitee a license. Or a trespasser on the land, those were three different status. And this was a feature, not just of of early law in this country, it actually goes back to. Sixteen hundred seventeen hundreds in Great Britain. So that tells you how relevant is well by the Mid Twentieth, century courts, we're in the process of discarding many of these premises liability notions. As being unworkable, and not really having applicability in an environment where we had you know electricity or or something like that. And Somehow or another the firefighters were managed to live on even with courts, making decisions that effectively ended notions of premises liability. You had courts finding other justifications for the firefighters rule and the primary justification was that firefighters police officers when they take their jobs. They assume the risk of injury being caused by to them by third persons on the job. Now the firefighters rule. Has a lot of different flavors. It is a creation of the courts in various states, and so it has a lot of different formulations. Depending upon what state you're in in places, the firefighter rules rule bars. Houses, and some other states, if bars lawsuits only against people who called for the particular service that the firefighter or the law enforcement officer was rendering, and there's just gradations. Over the place as to what the firefighters rule has, there's not a single firefighters girl. Well I brought you up to the nineteen fifties. Let me bring you to the end of the twentieth century. We saw a spate. A little one. I'll confess a little spate in the late twentieth century of some courts and state legislatures, beginning to question the underpinning of the firefighters. And they were asking these sorts of questions. Why should firefighters in law enforcement officers be treated differently than any other employees? When it came to bringing lawsuits for on the job injuries. How does that possibly make sense? Why is it that we say that? A firefighter or police officer assumes the risk of certain types of injuries. Where other employees who frequently interact with the public and her out on the streets? They. Don't assume the risk of their job. And so what we saw were a few state. Courts deciding to abandon the rules. One of the first Maven had been the I I'm not sure was our supreme court in Oregon in case, call Christianson versus Murphy. Where in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, the Oregon, Supreme Court said This is just a rule that is completely outlived its rationale. by the way. A disclosure I represent the law enforcement officer Christians versus Murphy so I'm really happy about the way that case came out. other state courts reached the same decision saying. We created this row. We can modify we can end. It doesn't make sense anymore. Some legislators stepped in and state. Legislatures can always defined what is or isn't a civil cause of action in their states. And some legislatures like New, York for example in new, Jersey either stats twirling modified the ruler repealed it entirely..
"century court" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Connotations being there was somehow powerfully but the French and the British both were often using arsenic they were just claiming it was an Italian it's true it was actually Catherine de Medici who married Henry the second who would go on to become the king of France in fifteen thirty three who is given lots of credit for bringing the Italian method of of assassination to France and specifically in using it for political gain yes and by the sixteenth century court records revealed that cases involving poisoning were occurring regularly in Britain if not frequently there were about a dozen recorded poisonings between fifteen seventy one and fifteen ninety eight and of course one of the most popular choices of poison was in a stunning plot twist arsenic yeah in France Louis the fourteenth cats so weird out by this whole thing and feared for his life to the point that he established a special commission with the express purpose of investigating this phenomenon it took them until sixteen eighty two to finish during which time a hundred and four people were tried thirty four were executed and the rest were either banished or got prison terms and then this is the first time you start to see maybe not super well codified regulations regarding the sale of poisons but it was a little bit more draconian where if you were caught supplying someone poison for the purposes of meeting a murder whether or not they succeeded you would be subject to death yourself right so not a fine not imprisonment but a hard death penalty if you are even accidentally associated with an unsuccessful murder attempt.
"century court" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Method of of assassination to France and specifically in using it for political gain yes and by the sixteenth century court records revealed that cases involving poisoning were occurring regularly in Britain if not frequently there were about a dozen recorded poisonings between fifteen seventy one and fifteen ninety eight and of course one of the most popular choices of poison was in a stunning plot twist arsenic yeah in France Louis the fourteenth cats so weird out by this whole thing and feared for his life the boy that he established a special commission with the express purpose of investigating this phenomenon it took them until sixteen eighty two to finish during which time a hundred and four people were tried thirty four were executed and the rest were either banished or got prison terms and then this is the first time you start to see maybe not super well codified regulations regarding the sale of poisons but it was a little bit more draconian where if you were caught supplying someone poison for the purposes of meeting a murder whether or not they succeeded you would be subject to death yourself right so not a fine not imprisonment but a hard death penalty if you are even accidentally associated with an unsuccessful murder attempts drive around town not looking too bad I twenty five south foundling was a volume between Jefferson and Montgomery same story on the I forty westbound.
"century court" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Secret. Abigail? If you forget to know the pellet gun fires makes sound but releases no shot. Does a great jape. Do you agree? Yes. Maybe we will think of use for it one day. Sometimes it is hard to remember. Whether you have loaded the pellet or not do fear confusion an accident. I'll show people have. Dana. Let me start with you. The favorite was seemed to be totally beloved by critics an Oscar contender straight out of the gate. Would you think about? I've come around on the favorite my review of it was not altogether positive. I'm not one of those critics who swooned for it wasn't on my top ten list. I don't I'm not exactly rooting for it in any category. Although it accomplishes enough things that I believe it should be recognized for some of those things the favorites directed by Yorgos length, the most this Greek director who occupies this very specific niche. It's almost like he's carved out for himself. I am the guy who makes movies about little insular world with their own rules. And I you know, I sort of artificially create this hothouse environment show it to you for the first third of the movie, and then watch it kind of falling apart by its own logic for the last part of the movie and movies. I'm thinking of our dog tooth, which was his breakthrough movie. I'm not sure if it was his very first, but certainly his breakthrough movie internationally, which imagines this this strange dysfunctional family that lives according to its own rules. And does it the parents don't allow their grown children out of the house? The compound they live in basically, he also made I think you've talked about it on the show though. I wasn't here that lobster with Colin Farrell, which all. Also imagines a strange world kind of magical realist world, where if you don't pair up by a certain age, you are forcibly turned into an animal by the state. So you see the kind of thing that he's interested in and you can see why he would take on eighteenth century court that also functions by these strange artificial rules. It is as you say, very delectable fun to watch movie. And I guess I just don't think it goes that much further than that. And don't really see the argument for it being a great masterpiece you described it as sweet juicy in your introduction. Stephen. I would go with only half of that this movie is juicy but it is not at all sweet it is actually sour. I mean tart to an extreme degree, and and really almost misanthropic. I mean, I sort of want to talk to you guys about that in a way, what is the ideal state for this movie, both in the political sense? And, you know, the ideal state of being I mean, it's a movie about a love triangle in which there doesn't seem to really be any lasting relationship that one can trust. It's you know, it's a pretty dark vision of politic. Power. It has three astoundingly great performances.
"century court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And WBZ news time one thirty three North Korea's leader is traveling to China for a four day, visit BBC correspondent, Laura bicker reports from Seoul that his earlier visits to Beijing. Preceded major meetings with world leaders getting various reports from South Korean newspapers say they've got sources telling them it may be in Hanoi. Other saying perhaps Mongolia or perhaps here a the demilitarized zone where Kim Jong met President Kim's trip comes after you as North Korean officials are believed to have met in Vietnam to discuss the location of a second summit. Between Kim and President Donald Trump. Parents have a choice between nasal spray or a shot when it comes to getting their kids vaccinated for the flu CBS's. Jeff glow report study out today. Find in recent years, the traditional flu shot was more effective for children, then the nasal spray vaccine, the CDC says, everyone six months and older should get vaccinated. Meantime, the latest CD update shows two more children died of influenza the last week of December bringing the total to thirteen pediatric deaths. So far this flu season last year? The flu claimed the lives of more than eighty thousand Americans including a record one hundred eighty five children supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than a quarter century court spokeswoman says the five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth when Ginsburg was being treated for fractured ribs. She suffered. In a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike Kemp in Washington clemency has been granted in a high profile case involving a Tennessee woman sentenced to life in prison as a team governor Bill has Llamas granted clemency to sin Toya Brown. She says she was a sixteen year old sex trafficking victim when she shot and killed a man in two thousand and four. She was sentenced to life in prison defense lawyer, Houston gore, we need to see this as a national awakening to change the draconian laws that allow juvenile's children to be placed in adult prison Brown's cases attracted national attention with celebrities like Kim Kardashian west. Ryota supporting her release. Jim Krasula CBS news reminder. You can stream WBZ 'em through our website or the radio dot com app. Or just ask your smart speaker to play WBZ, NewsRadio WBZ news time one thirty six..
"century court" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I would tell you this week. May well be who will take the favorite hell's bells? Sure. So yes, this is the latest film from yoga's lengthy MOS little bit of a change of pace for him. You know, his previous films have had people talking the way that no person the human races ever talked. He's kind of done away with this time. It's been a bit more naturalistic inverted. Komo's because it's still not very naturalistic so are setting as eighteenth century court of Queen and here in England. She is played by Livia Coleman. She is. She was very tragic but weird figure in real life as well. Actually, she lived all of her. I think sixteen children they all died in infancy or before sushi is a tragic figure, but she's also the Queen. And so she has a lot of power. So she has people around her who use that power. And sometimes abuse it chief among the right choices Lady Sarah Churchill who basically influences a huge amount of influence over the Queen and uses it for her own political ends. Her husband who's played by Mark Gatiss into this. Mix comes Emma stone's Abigail who is sort of distant cousin of Lady, Sarah. And she basically foreign get help to get a job in the palace, but she swiftly inveigled her way into the into the sort of orbit of the Queen tries if that's what you want to call it. Well, yes. Okay. So let's get into it. They're all shacking. Yes. Yes. They are. Yes. They are. Is it is basically used as a power play a way to exercise influence over this incredibly lonely incredibly sad lady who sits on the throne. So basically, then becomes a power play between Abigail who kind of forms of very reluctant very loose alliance with the leader of the opposition whose play by nNcholas Holt in one of the world's great wigs. And he's a week is that usual to quick Tories, Tori and a wig. He's a Tory. Right vices faction wakes anyway. So it's just it's bananas quite often as you would expect from Olympia film. But it is immensely entertaining. It is beautifully beautifully. Put together amazing. Well, just to give you that sense of nothing here being quite as it should be the costumes. Also, if you look at them are sort of laser ultra ultra ultra modern materials used as always Sunday Powell, but it's all in black white kind of highlight the alliances and stuff going on fun tastic film on one of my favorites of the air. Obviously great performances from women. It's January third. Of the previous of twelve months. I have recently injured. Okay. The anti mush every isn't it? I mean, I love it full this. I don't recall having seen a film since snatched. It uses the word finally buying quite frequently this one very legit really isn't has some of the best end credits any movie, including I will say nude pomegranate, Tori, king man, and stuck in the city. Those are actually all three descriptions of your on your dating. Absolutely demented. But so much fun so much fun. It's really it's really interesting carrots into play between them kind of sort of sort of sharp-elbowed at each other for favor from the Queen. And it becomes takes dockage to the. But it's not what I would call coma day. It's comedic, but it's quite it's a little bit of a sort of a tragic, look power and exploitation. For the record. You're going to want to Google it. Once you've seen it. It's actually not that far from a history. There's some bits there that they've extrapolated say like shacking, so but really this is no this is completely out there. So it's it's it's an interesting placing doc historic probably kinda shit, but enough Netflix. Those weirdos was the duck blindfolded ally bird. Oh, yes. The the dot wasn't doing the books challenge. This was terrific as well. Sure. We did we didn't need closed captions. Yes. Yeah. We wait. We saw it with Halden hearing closed captions, which I've never seen a film with those kind of capture the incredibly detailed. We'd let round and things like dot quacking. It's a little bit little bit starting..
"century court" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"So we have to wipe palms in this room. Once you gotta gotta why palm over here too. Why did you give it away? It's still out a boy who is Indian. But it didn't really do much for the cause agree James same. I mean, I was mostly thinking about hearing how my reacted to it. But then also like Frida Pinto having no, no lines at all. So. Yeah. And like, maybe it's a problematic story to keep telling. So so yeah, but but because that that young guy is so good. Hope he's in more and more stuff. Yes. Like, he was fantastic. And I wish we had a chance to eat them. Stay base. Why I gave it away palm for everything you say. But also, I think is such because maybe I do think negatively about things like I want to see him succeed. But something in my heartless, this kid isn't light. Jacob tremblay. He ain't going be. If it is Super Bowl. Where's the kid from a piece of no nation? We're a little black kid kid was. So so good. He didn't have much to do. No shouldn't do was in it. Amanda, do great in the hit you give. She didn't get known. Any nomination? So good mother is like, I just don't think I don't know. Again, what Andy circus looks out for this kid in the way that like another director would look out for the lead actor of their movie that may or may not have bombed. You know, like, you know. No hope you're right. I hope you're right. It's just I'm like it. We say because I like the though so he'll might be. Okay. Timothy right, Timothy, I think is a good actor, but also like people don't get options for those kind of roles like this is not a thing that we know. It's not so as far as mobility. I think about the favourite out the so many variations of life. How many movies do we need to see about like sixteenth century court life, how many period pieces do we need? How many of these stories? Do we need how many Dunkirk movies? How many moves Winston Churchill? Do. I need. I don't need any of. This shit. I'm sick six. More Winston Churchill. Shitty piece of he was a piece of shit also think about stars want. This is the fourth time. Was like why why couldn't star is born be like someone coming from like a black? Neighbor is interesting because they wanted. I'm sorry. Say can't act does what point it was like you couldn't get. There's little black girls a little Indian girls a little girls. I could see. Yeah. Lady ida. She's probably gonna win us. I mean, listen, I'm not anti Kaga. I love Gaza. Got great cagas great. I loved and they had they had Shangila who is a great drag Queen. I like, Bradley Cooper. So I'm not hating on them. It's just like we've seen so many variations. Let me get something else. It's I don't know. We had a great lady Brill. Got it lady. I get it. But like my God. No, I couldn't exist in a woman of personal callers. 'cause if you talk to your parent the way she talked to her parent in that. How about you for working? So you can like have Lord just couldn't take it do girl. I know she was literally like working double shifts for you. So you could buy dress. God damn it. And she's like I'm gonna get out of the like, this is some bullshit. I can't with this movie. Would like, oh, you will let me stop the walk home. Well, no, I'm I was we're so scared of our parents like we would never talk to parents that way. This moment, I'm late to him. Food was nasty. Which is. That's the way you do it mobile. Bullshit. Was the phrase, I will take you out. Oh, man. A her dance. She's will everyone. Thank you so much for having me. This is such a fun experience. How would follow you like Instagram in my primary way to follow me? I have content. It's at my dash MA Waie D E S H at Maya dash any that you would apply upcoming performance as show coming up in January. It's called fashioned police think it's January sixteenth. That's wrong. I'm such a bad person. It's Mana comedian analyst men talk about fashion and fashion trends, bring comedians on panel discussion, we talk about what's hot. What's not? And that's it. Ooh. Thank you. You can follow us. Black mayim podcast. We have a website podcast dot com. Oh, guys. We have merged. If the easiest.
"century court" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Does critics going made some seventeenth century court documents because often that sandy place you can find women's speaking in their own words because the court transcript is taken the basin, and it's amazing. How? Yeah. I think we're a little bit. So. A little bit arrogant as contemporary feminists to thank way, they only women who have realized that the deal wasn't fair that the deck. Was stacked women have known this all along and when women are dragged into court as they so often in the church courts of New England, for example, women would be accused of being a Skuld and that meant that you'd been overheard criticizing and man in public. So I'm glad that's not on the books anymore because of the population would be in the slammer. But seriously, these women are very angry and they're right today angry, and they express themselves in you know, what sound like very modern cadences about the grievance. Double UCSB from. Very quickly. A couple of quotes from calebs crossing in this is in the afterwards, colonial archives contain no surviving, female diaries before seventeen hundred and very few letters. And then the character Bethesda is quoted as saying, what are we marketable thing? It was that the rare time a woman's voice might be heard in our church was when she was a extra creating herself. That's right. You had to get up. And and and confessed your terrible crime. In Beth is case, it was Cussing highbrow, LA, and she has to get infantry deserved it. He said. But. Calebs crossing is set very close to Huntington because it set mostly on the island of Martha's in it. And then in the town of Cambridge Massachusetts, which was. At that point called Newtown and was rather and unlovely place. Not like the salubrious Cambridge's today that Martha's Vineyard. Is an island seven miles off the coast of Massachusetts. And I always wondered why English colonists went there. As early as they did in the sixteen thirty s why would you put seven miles of difficult ocean currents between yourself and the place where there was anybody? The least bit like you on the mainland. And so when I went to live on Martha's, I started studying the history of of the island and the answer was interesting. The answer was that these people wanted to get out from under the thumb of the NASA -chusetts bay colony because having been swept around the world on the winds of religious freedom. They got here and went willing to extend that freedom to anybody else. So there that view of what was religiously correct became Taliban. Unlike in its narrowness and its ruthlessness. And so these first few settlers who lit up, the Martha's Vineyard with much inspired. By their own quest to do their own thing. I think there are very prototypical Americans. But of course, they arrived on an island with maybe three thousand Indians and residents there and the dynamic between this small band of English colonists and the warmth and August fascinating. And I I got the idea for the novel calebs crossing. I I was thrilled to have one neighbors because the tribe is still very vibrant on the island. And I wanted to learn more about the tribe. So I went up to the tribal headquarters, and they have a marvelous resource on the culture and history, and they gave me a map of the island with all of the place names, and the places that were of special significance to the tribe and right near where we were living was an annotation that said birthplace of the first native American graduate of how did. Terrific. Maybe I'll see him at the found this knock it because I was thinking you realize I saw sixty five and I thought nine sixty five would make sense for that. You know, as I thought of it, you know. Until that time bastion of white male, stupid privilege. I would have opened the door crack, and that's the native Americans in on the title of the civil rights movement and the tribal recognition movements of that time. And then I blinked and looked again and it said sixteen sixty five sixteen sixty five and native American raised in his own language and culture on an island lens, Latin and Greek because all instruction at Harvard was in Latin angry and goes off sits down and studies with the sons of the colonial puritan Elat and graduates. And that part is true. That is true. And I wanted to know who was that guy. And so that started the quest that became the novel calebs crossing. His name was not Caleb growing up. We don't know what his tribal name was his father's nameless. Chase tell mock and that became his son. Once he moved into English society. Was in love with Caleb. I kept waiting kept waiting. This is the narrator, and she's not entirely reliable in this matter. She's not in tune with Iran hot. So I think that that's the it to decide what did you decide as the writer? Now, that's the Thia Annarita to work out between is there a happy ending to that book. No. I thought die content. Oh, well, this IOT doesn't die in the book. So this is still alive. But. I thought about giving it a happy ending. I thought about ending that book with calebs graduation. He's poke the finger in the eye of all a racists. Who said a native American could not be an intellectual could not be admitted into the society of educated men, and it was all men in those days. And then I thought that would be so untrue to the real history. And what unfolded the true story of Kayla. Insofar as we know it. Hobbit wanted to educate ministers to fill the pulpit of New England. When the first generation of settlers became too old for the work so Harvard college was expressly set up to be a theological school. But it quickly developed into a much broader curriculum and the English with very very keen on converting the native Americans, and I were not successful at doing. So so they thought if we have native preaches we train a cadre of native pitches. Maybe we'll be more successful said Caleb was recruited to be one of those. But that is not the features for himself. It's pretty clear to me that he. Embraced his destiny as an intellectual and he became a protege of Thomas Danforth who was a very significant jurist and political figure in the colony and Caleb was working with Danforth at the time of his death. If Kaelin had lived. History might have gone a completely different way. And it's really tragic that. Closys claimed him. But I thought that if I just ended at the graduation and did not then go into extreme deterioration in relations that followed that that would be the trail of Caleb and of native American history next call for Geraldine Brooks comes from Barbara and oak bluffs, Massachusetts. Go ahead. Barbara. Hi, good morning. I live on Martha's, Vineyard full-time and religionists of Geraldine the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew center. And first of all I just wanted to say that the Geraldine you see before you is full time twenty four seven Geraldine. So there was absolutely no guile in this woman whatsoever. And as someone who has been researching a book for over forty years, but doesn't have the courage to put depend to the digital paper in this extraordinary weekend of the immensely courageous Dr Ford, I just wanna to hear you talk. Some more about mild-mannered meek women like us, having the courage to put our truth out there because we all can see how incredibly important it is for this to happen for their really to be a true revolution in women equality, and I just also want to say by amazing. Barbara. Aubrey with us. Yes. I'm here. We lost after amazing coincidence. We lost everything. Okay. I may be back. It's my phone. That's what it is. I have a defector telephone. So you can hear me raise your hand Geraldine because I'm looking at late. Too late. But go ahead and talk. We can hear you. Okay. Great by amazing coincidence. I'm a senior retired book conservative and paper conservative from the library of congress. So I am that character. And you get a fantastic job of representing us, as you know, the incredible protectors of the frail and fragile that we are. So I'll see you the Hebrew center and congratulations on your so Barbara's career, Barbara is a friend of yours. I take it. I know about bra, and I want to hear more about this book, Barbara let's get together and discuss the project when I get back. All right. So what's your advice? If you were do teach at all. I have very little fiction. I used to teach journalism somewhat because I felt like I. I had a a skills grounding and a training in journalism that I could toss on fiction is a much more intuitive. Thanks me. I never did a creative writing class or a writer's workshop myself. So I feel. A little a little bit presumptuous to tape. Something that I'm not quite sure how I do that. I still like to talk with Rytas and go get a chance to talk to Barbara. But I think she touched on a number of crucial saying she she talked about the frailty of paper, and the frailty of culture and the role of the quiet and the Neak women in this breath. And I think that the power of our? Is immense. And I I often think is something that the wonderful woman. Foreign correspondent pioneer Martha gal Hawn said at the end of her career. She was speaking to nearly incid young journalists about to go out into the careers, and she said all my life. I have strong very small pebbles into a very large pond. And I have no idea if any of those pebbles have made the slightest ripple that is not my concern. My concern was the effort made on behalf of this fragile planet and its least protected inhabitants. So Kristen blazey Ford did her Judy. She made the effort we'll see whether ripples go from her testimony. And often it seems that when all is lost. That's not exactly how history will reveal itself. And when I feel any kind of despair as I often do particularly other issues like. What have we come to when we separate parents from their children? What are we come to take risks with this precious planet are only on and it seems like when not moving in the direction that we should be? They're not taking the steps that bring us together to tackle these big real problems. I think about how it must've felt to the. Who lost and lost and lost and lost and lost until I one. And I think that I it was. The wonderful rabbi Hillel who said despair is the biggest fan of all. So we mustn't despair. And we must continue to wield our words as best. We can. Religion is a very common theme in all of your books. It is. And you know, I don't exactly know why I. I'm not idea. I believe in. Something greater than us that is expressed in nature and also response to it. I think about the beautiful writing as any diligent about. What is it? When we see these extraordinary things she's talking about a day when she sees dolphins playing in the waves and the light, and she describes it so beautifully. And she said what in our soul heaves up in response to that. And that to me is I guess it's a it's a form of transcendental ISM that we go up to God's nature, but I have had a lot to do with religion. I was raised Roman Catholic. I went to Catholic goal school..
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"It's a wonderful fat tire, essentially talking about how it is that a, what would he be? Probably a thirteenth century. Russian prints by the name of eager, how it is that prince eager. Comes a captive of IB leave that the it's a tribe of Mongol invaders. At any rate. The twentieth century court trial is is to try the thirteenth century. Prince eager for his failure to live up to the dictates of the Soviet system. So it is a huge comical chapter. In which social needs brilliantly satirizes the Soviet system of law. This extra talking about print sake or because, well, what's wrong with that? It's it's eight hundred seven hundred years ago. They're really talking about the presence and the talking about the president in the sense that that famous what is article fifty eight. The criminal code article under which essentially all of the gulag prisoners were tried and found guilty. This chapter essentially is bringing prince eager to trial under article fifty eight. Yeah. And I just wanna mentioned. The most chilling asides in the book which is just a passing remark is when they, they can't decide which of the two potential suspects are guilty on the voice recording. They have. One of them, of course, is, we know is the real person. It's voting the other. I forget his name. Some other bureaucrat in the state security office suggests says, oh, well, we'll find something on him to don't worry, don't don't. Don't feel bad because all of us are guilty of something we, we didn't maybe smile sufficiently. That's when Stalin passed by or whatever it was. So in fact, Ruben a very, very enjoyable, prominent likable character, not withstanding his marriage to communism Ruben at towards the end of the novel. When. When the login has been separated as indeed the person who made the telephone call. Ruben begins to experience a little bit of sense of guilt saying, oh gosh, Nile this fellow. He doesn't well below. Jin is going to be sentenced and subject to the kind of life that we live here in the gulags and then he thinks, well, no, the positive side of this is that the other four people who were accused are going to be pre and it. It's an ironic kind of. Notion on social need since part. Of how it is that we are one can kind of shift gain guilt or blame to suit our consciences. Yeah, it's. Extrordinary talk about. I'd like to. Like to close with with some insights about spirit on the. So he's half blind and. If I remember he's by the way I read the book this summer which was wonderful that I that I found time for a don't have. I didn't have time to read it again before the conversation. I suspect you've read it more than once. Is that correct? Yes, I follow the nobody me Leafs on reading. He made a very famous statement when he was teaching literature class at Cornell University into the nineteen fifties. And one of his graduate students made the observation that I like Ross, in fact, read this novel during the summer, but I haven't read it again since and I not really following what you're saying. And the bulk of responded by saying, reading a novel. There is no such thing as reading a novel. Novels can only be re-read, re read and reread. So that is kind of a humorous injection on my part. You're not having reread it yet. I can pretty much guarantee you will read stop to, but my memory is spirit on who I would mispronounce worse. But then that spirit on is he's sweeps up. He's the guy who's is that right? Because he sweet the snow sweeper, he's he's the snow sweeper. He's unlike the genius of physicists and chemists and mathematicians, etc. Etc. Who populate this research institute spirit dome is more or less sent there by mistake to the institute. And he ends up being is he never even finished high school, much less college..
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"A Bill which could impact California is being pushed through congress by a New Mexico Republican who's also running for governor. The Bill comes one hundred seventy years after the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo settled the war with Mexico and gave the United States all the Mexican land north of the Rio Grande it also gave citizenship and respected Mexican and Spanish land grants. Many of which were lost through illegal or legal means weird combination of a nineteenth century court system nineteenth century politician federal government state government as well. You know, it's hard to say who the swimmer actually is. That's what makes these cases. So so difficult on toy of NYU as a foremost expert on the treaty and the land grant, descendant UC riverside, professor Steve Hackel. Another expert tells KNX some swindling was real. But legal most of the people who had those land grant did lose after US control in California after eighteen fifty they lost some unfortunately legally through a legal process in which they couldn't fully establish title. Lands or else they did establish title, but the cost of doing so was exorbitant legal fees, and they ended up losing their land. They had to put up as collateral to pay their attorneys. So I'm not sure how much legal redress. Those people would have congressman Steve Pearce Bill sets up an exploratory committee in deals have mainly with four service land in New Mexico and returning the rights to graze cattle and cut lumber to sell but admits it could affect California. If other states are have the same provisions in the constitution, if they're under the same treaty. Then there is possibility of application. No, one expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question and possible compensation such as the Japanese attorneys got after World War Two, but Peter says the ladder is far as he is concerned is not in question. Bob, real Canucks than seventy NewsRadio home, invasion robbers hitting two places in the west San Fernando Valley on the holiday weekend, just four hours apart. The first time took place on Bahia road in Encino with a trio of robbers with handguns. Breaking into a home helping the people at gunpoint, then ransacking the house getting away with cash Jewison folds the second incident happened just west of their according to officer Mike Lopez several suspects hang on as well. Ranger residence at the twenty two thousand nine hundred block of Hatteras street in Woodland Hills. You let case for three men pistol whipped the person inside who happened to be a security guard before taking items including a safe from the home because of the violent nature both crimes robbery homicide division. Detectives are handling the cases they're trying to find any witnesses. That may have seen the cars at the suspects used to get out of the area. Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio..
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"Often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio partly cloudy skies more sunshine inland temperatures in the mid seventies along, the coast near eighty downtown warmer for, the valleys in the inland empire Yobe near ninety upper nineties in the high desert's and mountains near eighty putting into the next couple of days we'll add. On a few degrees gradually and you'll notice. A bigger warmer Friday into the weekend we're southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CVS. To meteoroid Allergists Danielle Gersh KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Puerto ranch at seventy one, degrees Monrovia sixty nine degrees Thousand Oaks sixty nine brea you have, seventy one degrees it's eleven seventeen on KNX Bill which could impact California is being pushed through congress by a new Mexican Republican who is also running for governor the Bill comes one hundred seventy years after the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo settled the war with Mexico. And gave? The United, States all, the Mexican, land north. Of the Rio Grande it also gave citizenship and. Respected Mexican and Spanish land grants many of which for. Lost to illegal or legal means we're combination of a nineteenth century court system nineteenth, century politicians federal government state government as well you know it's hard to say who the swindler act actually isn't that's what makes. These cases so, difficult for you on toy of NYU is a former. Host expert on the treaty and land. Grant descendant UC riverside professor Steve Hackel another expert tells KNX some swindling was real but legal. Most of the people who had those land. Grants did lose them After US control in California after eighteen fifty. They lost some unfortunately legally through a legal process. In which they couldn't fully. Establish tidal lands or else they did establish title but the cost of doing so was exorbitant legal fees and they ended up losing their land. They had to put up as collateral to pay their attorneys so I'm not sure how much legal redress those people would have congressman Steve Pearce Bill sets up an exploratory committee. In deals have mainly with forest service land in New Mexico. And returning the rights to graze cattle and cut lumber. To sell but admits it could affect California, if other states, are have the same provisions in. The constitution if they're under the same treaty then there is possibility. Of application no one expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question in possible compensation such as the Japanese attorneys got after, World, War Two, but fierce. Says the ladder as far as he is, concerned is. Not in question Bob real Canucks than seventy NewsRadio a disturbing story Is. Just now emerging, about a woman whose, death inside a jail in Nevada wasn't even noticed for more than six hours this all took place in. July of last year but we are only now getting, details of a Texas woman who died. In jail cell in mineral counting the Vada while experiencing withdrawal. Symptoms according to a report Kelly Coltrane warned the sheriff's department that she. Was drug-dependent and sometimes suffered seizures she asked to be taken to a hospital but was turned down one, deputy told her I'm not going to take you to the hospital. To get your fix video shows the woman going into a fetal position convulsing then she stops, moving Steve Futterman CBS news President, Trump has started his Labor Day. With a Twitter attack on one of, the nation's top labor leaders saying that AFL CIO president Richard Trumka did a poor job representing union members, when he appeared on Fox News this weekend during his interview Trumka said the president has done more to hurt workers than to help Them. And should. Try harder to. Make sure candidate is included in any new trade agreement to replace NAFTA It's eleven twenty here on KNX ten seventy Let's take a. Look at your money here's genetic and heart US hospitals have been closing, at a rate of about thirty a year and the pace of shutdowns could, accelerate over the next eighteen months Morgan Stanley looking at six thousand US hospitals found that eight percent or at risk of. Closing in another ten percent are, considered week one factor, aimless. X. objects says people are using hospitals less it could be because of their coverage has more of a high deductible component where they don't necessarily have. The financial incentive to go to a hospital some are turning to telemedicine like MD live and insurers are also incentivizing patients to use, low cost alternatives such as CVS minute clinic or are we seeing arising urgent care centers subject, than hospitals closing doesn't necessarily. Mean less care but rather more efficient care if you think about, the overall goal of the managed care companies whether they be polka trae ones, like United health or some of the nonprofits like any of the Blue Cross Blue shield is that they're looking to reduce, medical costs and to make care, more efficient convenient for the individual from Bloomberg Business I'm Jennifer Dragonheart for Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio who wouldn't love to bring, their dog to the swimming. Pool weather will now today you can we'll tell you more as, we pause to let you know about that story coming up in about a, minute and a half it's eleven twenty one there.
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"Low clouds burn off highs in the seventy s to around eighty at the beaches upper seventies. Eighties inland and around ninety in the valley so very, very nice day later this week don't worry about it now but later this week triple digits return to some areas in southern. California we'll get to that later on sixty nine. In studio city right now Long Beach at sixty nine degrees and in, Canoga park it's what sixty nine degrees at six, thirty seven the pastor who's getting slammed for his. Sermon at. Aretha Franklin's funeral said he meth no Harm by his words but he says he also meant the truth Honor the reason and I feel that in honoring her I picked out various issues. Going on with, our community and made that Part of the forefront river Jasper Williams who is the pastor, of Salem bible church in Atlanta says his words about black women. Being incapable of raising sons alone were taken out of context says a household can become stronger. With two parents rather than one some critics say Williams took a shot, at Franklin who was a single mother of four boys, he said he. Hasn't heard one way or another from, the Franklin family but he knows about the social media criticism about him Racism is at the forefront of the governor's race in Florida involving a Trump back Republican and Bernie Sanders back democrat. This past week a series of racist robo-call phone. Calls were sent to Florida residents mocking Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum the state's black democratic, nominee the executive director of black pack which works to mobilize black voters says these tactics are not new but do tend to backfire with voters we look back even to last year's gubernatorial. Race in Virginia and the sort of the turn that Ed Gillespie's campaign took where they began to use racist images and language to talk about immigrant communities I think we saw the rejection of that there I think we saw the rejection, of that kind of language in Alabama months later the messages come. On the heels of remarks by the GOP nominee Ron Disentis in which he warned voters not. To monkey the election up by embracing a candidate with a socialist agenda, later he apologized for the comment confirmation hearings for supreme Cream court nominee Brett. Cavenaugh begin tomorrow legal expert David a Kaplan says as a Justice Cavanaugh will lean further to the right I would argue that rather than him becoming the swing Justice as many have said it'll be chief Justice Roberts it's, truly going to become the Roberts court if approved by the Senate cavenaugh will be, President Trump, second appointment to the high, court he will of little solidify its conservative outlook a Bill that could impact California's being pushed through, congress by New Mexico Republican is also. Running for governor the Bill comes one hundred seventy years after, the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo settled the war with Mexico and gave the United States all the Mexican land north of the Rio Grande it. Also gave citizenship and respected Mexican and Spanish land. Grants many of which were lost through illegal or legal means we're combination of a, nineteenth century court system nineteenth century politicians federal government at the state government as well you know it's hard to say who the swim Barack actually is that's what makes these cases so difficult. Him on toy of NYU as a foremost expert But on the treaty and a land. Grant descendant UC riverside professor Steve Hackel another expert tells KNX some swindling was real, but legal most of the. People who had those land grant did lose. Them after US control in California after eighteen fifty they lost them unfortunately legally through a. Legal process in which they couldn't fully establish title to the lands or else they did establish title but the cost. Of doing so was exorbitant legal. Fees and they ended up losing their lands collateral to pay their attorneys so I'm not sure how much legal redress those people would have congressman Steve Pearce has Bill sets up. An exploratory committee in deals mainly with forest service land in. New Mexico and returning the rights to graze cattle and cut lumber to sell but admits it could, affect California if, other states are have the same and they're. In the, constitution if they're under the same treaty then there is. Possibility of application no one expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question Possible compensation such as the Japanese intern ease got after World War Two but, fear says the ladder as far as he is concerned is not. In question Bob real Canucks than seventy NewsRadio eastbound lanes of the ten in the Covina area are, now shutdown we'll have a check, on that and the rest of. Traffic coming up in about three and,.
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"Are waking up to low clouds and fog the cloud clearing by the time we had. Into late morning to mostly sunny skies temperatures will be a little bit warmer this afternoon compared to this time yesterday that means. Highs by the, time we had into the afternoon, we'll be mostly sunny seventy eight for the coast, eighty-two rally in Orange County metro ninety one. For the valleys and for inland empire we're looking at a high about eighty eight degrees are high desert will be in the upper nineties and the mountains at seventy eight with other California's the most accurate dependable forecast I'm CBS to meteorologists amber leaf or KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio sixty seven in riverside in Westwood. Sixty eight degrees to seventeen the first major Hollywood movie in twenty five, years, with an, all, Asian cast is on, track to scores third straight victory at the. Box office according to Warner Brothers crazy. Rich Asians I looked to. End up with between twenty seven and thirty million dollars by the time all the receipts are counted the plot. Centers around an Asian American girl seventy discovers it a boyfriend's family. Is really really wealthy they're old money rich they had money when. They left China in the eighteen hundreds and now people are so pot and snobby they're snotty the film the Meg is projected to take, second place again with about twelve million dollars mission impossible fallout and third-place operation finale expected to debut in fourth place and searching will. Be in fifth place a Bill that. Could impact California's being pushed through congress by New Mexico Republican who's also running for governor the Bill comes. One hundred seventy years after the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo settled the war with Mexico and gave the United States all. The Mexican land north of the Rio Grande it also gave citizenship and respected Mexican and Spanish land grants many of which were lost through illegal. Or legal means we're combination of a nineteenth century court system, nineteenth, century, politicians The federal government at the state government as well you. Know it's hard to say who the swindler actually is that's what makes these cases so. So difficult for him on. Toy of NYU is a foremost expert on the treaty and the land. Grant descendant UC, riverside professor. Steve Hackel another, expert. Tells KNX some swindling was real but legal most of the. People who had those land grants did lose them after US control. In California after eighteen fifty they lost them unfortunately legally through a legal process in, which they couldn't fully establish. Title to the lands or else they did establish title but the cost of doing so was exorbitant legal fees and they ended up losing their land they, had to put up as. Collateral to pay their attorneys so I'm not sure how much legal redress those people would have congressman Steve Pearce Bill sets up an exploratory committee and deals with mainly with four. Service land in New Mexico and returning the rights to graze. Cattle and cut lumber to sell but admits it could affect California if other states have the same provisions in there In the constitution if. They're under, the same treaty then there is positive application no-one. Expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question in possible compensation such as the Japanese attorneys got after World War Two but Peter says, the ladder, as far. As he is concerned is not in question, Bob real. Canucks than seventy NewsRadio didn't think about before the next time you get aboard a plane sexual. Assaults on airplanes, have been on the, rise federal investigators say they are seeing an uptick in the number of cases involving passengers violating other passengers in the. Air in fact two men one from van Nuys were, just recently arrested in separate sexual assault. Cases while flying into Seattle flight attendants are noticing the problem. As well one in five flight attendants over their flying career has either. Witnessed a passenger on passenger of sexual assault or how to report of passenger on passenger sexual assault given to them at some point during a flight Taylor garland is with. The association of flight attendants she. Says part of the issue is most flight attendants Aren't trained on, how to prevent midflight sexual assaults and it doesn't help that staffing levels are so low Cooper Rummell KNX. Ten seventy NewsRadio twenty time for your money when it comes to meet keep it real keep it Tyson Tyson Foods is not strictly keeping it real I heard that they were investing. In alternative meets plant-based meets and these lab grown. 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"Set for a three peat taking the top spot at the box office during this long holiday weekend. It's expected to take in about twenty seven maybe. Thirty million dollars it's a story about a wealthy. Young Man who asks his Asian-American girlfriend to visit his family and his home country of Singapore I think it's about time people. Met my beautiful girlfriend do, you want to see where I grew up. Me and my family meanwhile. The MAG is projected to take second place again with a shop about twelve million dollars followed by mission impossible fallout operation finale and searching. If you're getting ready to fly out of town beware sexual assaults on. Airplanes have been going up roll investigators, say they are seeing an uptick in the number of cases involving passengers violating other passengers in the air in fact two. Men one from van is. Just recently arrested in separate sexual assault cases while flying into Seattle, flight attendants are. Noticing the problem as well one in five flight, attendants over, their flying career has either witnessed a passenger on passenger of sexual assault or how to report of passenger, on passenger sexual assault given to them at, some point during a. Flight Taylor garland is with the associate Ation of, flight attendants. She says part of the issue is most flight attendants aren't trained on how to prevent midflight sexual assaults and it doesn't help that staffing levels are so low Cooper. Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. There's a Bill that could. Impact California being pushed through congress by New Mexico Republican who's running for. Governor, the Bill comes one hundred seventy years after the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo settled the war with Mexico and, gave the United, States all the. Mexican land north of the Rio Grande it also, gave citizenship and respected Mexican and Spanish land grants. Many of which were lost through illegal or legal means weird combination of a nineteenth century court system nineteenth century politician. Federal government, at the, state government as well you know it's hard to say who the swim Barack actually is, that's what makes these cases so difficult for. You Toyota NYU is a foremost expert on the tree and the land grant descendant UC riverside professor Steve Hackel another expert tells KNX some swindling was real but legal most of the people who had those land grants did lose the after US Control in, California after eighteen fifty they lost some unfortunately legally through legal processing which they couldn't fully. Establish titles lands or else they did establish title but the cost of doing so was exorbitant legal fees. And they ended up losing their land they had to put up as collateral to pay their attorneys so I'm not sure how much legal redress those people would have congressman Steve. Pearce Bill sets up an exploratory committee and deals have mainly. With four service land in New Mexico and returning the rights to graze cattle and cut lumber to. Sell but admits it could affect California if other states are. Have the, same provisions in the constitution if they're under the same. Treaty than there is possibility of application no one. Expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question and possible compensation such, as the, Japanese attorneys. Got after World War Two but says the, latter as. Far as he is concerned is not in question Bob real Canucks seventy NewsRadio Twenty on, KNX we have your money with Steph parental what's in your wallet for new card holders the, answer is credit cards with lower spending limits for the, first time in three years they're appearing. Down the average new line of credit available the card recipients. And one reason says Bloomberg's Ivan Levingston banks are starting to get a. Little nervous about lending their losses are starting to mount in the car division and so they want to do a a more careful job of managing their card portfolio risk. According to trans union the average borrowing cap is down to five thousand six hundred forty nine, dollars the pullback is a reversal of both credit limits and of. Bank policies after years of loosening lending, standards but credit card issuers have grown skittish over the potential for rising defaults last year the amount of, outstanding.
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"A Bill could impact California's being pushed through congress by a New Mexico Republican who's also running for governor the Bill comes one hundred seventy years after the treaty of Guadalupe Hildalgo. Settled the war with Mexico and gave the United States all. The Mexican land north of the Rio Grande it also. Gave citizenship and respected Mexican and Spanish land. Grants many of, which were lost through illegal or legal means, we're combination, of a nineteenth century court system nineteenth century politician, federal government at the state government has well you know it's hard to say who the swimmer I've actually that's what makes these cases so difficult, for you, on toy. Of NYU is a foremost expert on the, treaty and the land grant descendant UC riverside professor Steve Hackel another expert tells KNX some swindling was real but legal. Most of the people who had those. Land grants after US control, in California after eighteen Fifty they lost some unfortunately legally through a, legal process in which they couldn't fully establish titles it. Lands or else they did establish title but. The cost of doing so was exorbitant legal fees and they ended up losing their. Lands collateral to pay their attorneys so I'm not sure how much legal redress those people would have congressman Steve Pearce Bill sets up an exploratory committee in deals have mainly with. Four service land in New Mexico and returning the rights to. Graze cattle and cut lumber to sell but admits it. Could affect California if other states are have. The same provisions, in there in the constitution if they're under, the same, treaty then there is posssibility of application no one, expects land actually be returned although mineral rights remained in question possible compensation such as the Japanese attorneys got after World War Two but fierce says, the ladder, as far. As he is concerned is not in question, Bob real Canucks and seventy NewsRadio could assist them being used in one California city bien answer for In other cities dealing with soaring homeless population in San Francisco they're using data to try to track, every homeless person in the city the hope is to, help people who run homeless shelters quickly identify each homeless persons needs. From housing to health counseling and even jail information that information would allow. Them to deliver appropriate services to each individual in an effort to reduce or even eliminate homelessness in the city the effort called one system began last month Nathan Roberts KNX. Ten seventy NewsRadio the president's desire to create another branch of the military called the space force could bring, money in jobs to seven California, the congress will take up the. Plan next year and if approved California, could be in line for a big payoff in an industry that right now has more than ninety, thousand jobs it won't have an enormous effect in the southern California regions a hole in, the location where the space forces Cussing treated it would have a significant UCLA economists Leo Hanan How is by far the most logical choice for location, activity given the concentration of aerospace we already have here given the location. Vandenberg Air Force base biggest asset would be having the headquarters of the new space force located here the question there is whether Donald Trump. Who has little political use for California would be willing to give the state that kind of economic boost to Kelvin Kennex ten seventy. NewsRadio.