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A Mother's Day Tribute to You, Your Mom, and All the Mams

Latina to Latina

05:21 min | 2 months ago

A Mother's Day Tribute to You, Your Mom, and All the Mams

"Would you say to someone who's like but you're laying out the problem? How will I be at the anchor desk and having a baby? How do you just at one point? Say Okay. That's an undue it it can be done. You just have to respect your own priorities and you have to understand that And this is gonNA sound like family. I initially I family should be. That doesn't mean that yet to leave your job that this means that sometimes you might have to miss an important event from your family to cover story. That's important to your career or or for yourself. You can't win them all. You can't win all you battles you have to learn how to pick the battles are important to you and in the book that you mention. I write a letter to my daughters and I do say how they are. Some women professional women who decide to leave motherhood for later while they build up their careers but to me working was something. I was doing what I waited for them to come. Would you say because I have? There's some people that do plan to live sound and it comes out exactly with plan them. I haven't met the person yet but that must be lovely. What do you say to someone who is having trouble getting pregnant? Because I think that that is. It's a real truth. It's a truth for us as we get older and I think it's particular choice for professional women because we do put that choice off and the longer he put it off the harder comes it. Does you know I had my first daughter a month before he turned forty second garnered forty two at lost to add to miscarriages before the first one and one in between my two daughters and of course the first miscarriage had said. Oh my God that said I will never be a mother. I was thirty seven so being pregnant. Thirty seven for the first time. Of course you think my biological clock has run out. Its course and and it's not GonNa be a happen and especially because I had my first two miscarriages during a work trip so I one of a mouse. Mexico and the other one Alison Chicago at an HD conference. Yep I remember that so I mean it can't be done especially now with the advance of there's so many medical advances that there's so many ways that you can have treatment for Acquittals toss yielded. We talk because I think that's the thing we don't talk about. Which is this is the crazy thing about how we talk about pregnancy. Which is like you're working. How do people around you even know that you were pregnant when you had those very few and so just the? We reminds me that you never know what someone's going through. You never know because that was a happy secret that then all of a sudden become very sad secret and I think as women we carry these secret turn and we go to work and we'll show up in spite of it. Yeah how did you after having the two first miscarriages keep going so that you would eventually get pregnant and Google that I really focused on. I really wanted to have a child. They really wanted to get pregnant. And I did go to a specialist fertility specialist to do all the analysis possible to make sure that I could get pregnant again and that I would not loose the child in remember when on the trip it was it was nineteen ninety four and there was some mini revolution in Mexico. In Chiapas the the revolution the story had just broke and they're Bantam. Articles was coming down to to the city and for the first time we're GONNA see him mask and all but we were going to see him for the first time so the day before my trip I went to the doctor and he told me. You're pregnant You can travel. I said I have a trip to warrants an important trip. It's a very important trip if you're gonNA do this trip. You have to be careful. We have to inject suggestion every day. He gave me the syringes and I said well what I'm going to do. I had to tell the producer that I was with. She was petrol prices. What do you mean? I'm going to have to inject talking about not in the job when we got to? When we got to Mexico. I remember calling. We had to call in a nurse into the into the room and because we were going to be on the road she taught her how to inject me and one of the most important things said. Make sure that you get the air out of the Syringe otherwise you'll kill her and she was like no pressure suit practice. She wasted a lot of inches because she would practice on annoying objected the orange to make sure that she was doing it correctly and the photographer. They carried my purse. They carried everything for me. They tweet Naika Queen. I said I kinda like this but thank God. Julia came out of it. We the trip and there was a lot of support at the time. But it's it's it's information that's hard to share because you have that doubt on. I need to show that it's the woman that can do the job just as well as a man can do it. There are certain things in a woman's life like motherhood like pregnancy that you have to deal with sometimes taking care of your parents of elderly parents menu. Don't do that women do that. But I think that it's a family affair. You need support group. You can't do it on your own. Some people might not like me to say this but husbands and boyfriends come and go with your children are your children and they'll be there forever forever. Your parents and your children are the one thing that will never go away. They will always always be there

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Interview with Todd Bensman from the Center for Immigration Studies

Worry-Free Financial Solutions

13:35 min | 4 months ago

Interview with Todd Bensman from the Center for Immigration Studies

"Folks as promised and I'm so glad he answered the call right as promised I have senior national security fellow Todd Benjamin from the center for immigration studies and you don't fellow as part of his title but he's also good fellow let's see I mean right at the top how are you tired I'm doing great great thank you Hey I really appreciate you taking the time to be on the show we spoke earlier today with people might not know is I just met you this morning yeah I think so so we started this morning said tell me your story you know how you yourself you did the trek with one of the caravans and there was a lot of insight that you have on the reaction of the caravans on the different individuals from different countries and and I think its stand because we've been talking so much about the coronavirus and you know after I spoke to you I started you know my brain started kicking in and working after I had a little bit of caffeine in Pepsi form and I started thinking you know there's a lot of issues because now and I think there was a case confirmed of corona virus in Brazil now and I think with that issue comes from is you'll be getting not just the just thinking Hey people will be coming to America but at the same time the medical treatment is not great in a lot of these countries so we might even see on up number of individuals entering the United States because they want to get medical treatment for well you know this just flu variation didn't want everyone's been talking about and that alone is going to deplete you know the agents because they can be working in that area then you're gonna get more agents obviously they're going to catch the flu so now depletes the line more and it's just a it's just going to cause a big Ole tidal wave but you you made me think of all that because we talked about it and and I think those are are the major issues that I think you know are going to be concerning but I want you to tell us about yourself what you've done and explain your your role with the the center for immigration studies and specifically about you know what you did from January eighth through what was it through the eighteenth and your trek through atop a Chula through Guatemala and all that area the center for immigration studies were research institute that studies all issues related to immigration and border security and as a spirit the guy who does national security as it relates to those things yeah I write and speak and research about all of those kinds of issues but I also feel like you don't have the full story if you don't get boots on the ground sure now and again this summer the center will send me al and all go get get my boots muddy down there I've been to Panama and Costa Rica and most recently came back from topics you are you know that the border between Mexico and Guatemala which which I regard as America's other southern border because what happens to their directly impacts our guys on the ground here and all of our policies here and I wanted to see mainly what the trump administration's I guess arm twisting up the Mexican government to shore up its southern border how that was working and what what it looked like on the ground so that we could write about it with with good information and I came back a few weeks back and have been writing pieces are about what I found so I just kind of summarize some of that for you you know we edge is a special your listeners with though we were us want to I mean our border systems broke down completely border patrol guys were all turned into child care your babysitters and what not correct and dying we had people you know coming through just kind of swarming through about a hundred thousand a month from twenty eighteen through about and probably getting close to the fall of twenty nineteen when some of these policies kicked them out that the peak was was in may of twenty nineteen where we had a hundred and forty four thousand mostly central Americans so we went to Mexico we said Hey because our Congress isn't going to do anything you guys need to fix it on your end you need to do something on your border and if you don't we're going to enact progressive trade errors on your economy and ammo the president of Mexico deployed but now about six thousand National Guard troops on its southern border and I went down there to see what they were doing and how it's all working two things one is that the Mexicans have required anybody coming into their territory from Guatemala to either or be deported or apply for Mexican asylum and if they do apply for Mexican asylum they have to stay in the southern states mainly in Chiapas most of them in Chiapas well what do you think that sometime what do you think that's that stems from because it said there's an understanding that is they get if they get out of the bottle neck down there then they'll make it to the U. S. border and anger the president the result was that we are now we get we're now looks like we have about thirty five or forty thousand a month which is still high uhhuh retaining our southern border but they the Mexicans that knocked off about a hundred thousand through these policies the the migrants who were getting into coming into Mexico from Central America and all over the world actually which we can talk about finding that the roadblocks manned by I and M. Mexican immigration who are unarmed and sharp sharp in chief of the National Guard so they're on our re wrote their own aren't I N. M. is on offer yes the people in the world around that yeah people need to understand some data yeah they walk around and polo shirts with clipboards I'm not not intimidating at all but but with the National Guard who are in full battle rattle at fifty three road blocks and they're going to trucks and buses and they're pulling people off you don't have to write paper work from down to top the Chula and they're turning up right around and sitting up straight back to top at you to either be deported or to apply for Mexican asylum which is pretty terrible what's not as bad as our asylum system with its big backlog but at least if you apply for American asylum and you lose your in anyway your country well yeah that's the loophole that that we are with that we're all concerned with obviously in the listeners that they listen to the show and that's one of the things we've constantly talked about that a lot of these individuals they'll ply for asylum in the United States and alarm they don't show up they just they just they still you know no one's gonna come after me anyway I'm here I'm not leaving the system that the Mexicans are put in place deportations and Mexican asylum what has had this great a factor for us that have have brought the numbers down for your people you're still dealing with a lot of but these other policies like push back in P. P. and were made in Mexico and the third is a safe country good service sector country travel ban and those also have had a great deterrent in fact on the migrants so that instead of turning themselves into you guys looking for you to turn themselves in uhhuh there runners they become runners because now they know there's a pretty good chance you're going to end up back in Mexico rights which is last place that they want to be because the Mexicans are going to deport them and the whole thing is just sort of like a hot potato being passed back so you you're seeing runners now as a result of not wanting them not wanting to end up back in Tapachula which is just pretty god awful down there people sleeping in the streets and there's no there's very little work to be had in their budgets were for just long enough to survive to get to the U. S. border and now they're stuck down there they run out of money you know it's it's it's it's some it's a deterrent for them and they turn around a lot of damage the you saw this I was there in top it you are okay he's on and on on the river suu kyi aqui as we were coming and going I found the the well getting to the caravans uhhuh what what the issue is with without this year we've had to we've had one big caravan show up to robe and passed the Mexican will hold its ground if you remember last year when those caravans came through the protections would put up like a chain link fence right guys would all just going to climb over it and and then the Mexicans just said okay okay your goddess you know go on you know come on through right not not the case this time at all and so about two thousand Hondurans Dr gather in and attempted to break through this court on they wanted to test it and break it down and that's what they were about two thousand of them I found them and took gnomon which is right on the Mexican border I didn't actually travel with them I just found them getting ready to come over with the next two to test the Mexican system and as we know what happened is the next day the day after they conducted charge after charge after charge across the Rio see Chiaki and across the bridge and Mexican national guard waiting form and they rounded up all two thousand album put him on buses and drove them right back to Honduras they decimated this caravan completely and when they did that there was another caravan to more caravans that were forming one in El Salvador and another one in Honduras and when they saw what happened about one they all gave it up and those caravans have disappeared but I will say that it's not the end of those caravans that there will be more caravans we should expect more caravans looking for a way to operate the Mexican will to have those on National Guard leave and return to their barracks and the day that that happens you guys will be swamped again right there are you guys all need to watch closely what's happening with any new caravans that form out in Mexico just simply has to hold the line down there or you're not gonna be able to N. P. P. O. or you can become baby you're probably become babysitters again or you know at least you know be overwhelmed when runners still Todd and get it during this during this time that you did you did this and you saw this obviously you know that the Mexican government is helping now you know a gig which kind of makes you wonder what they were doing before you know but they're hoping now that that's a good thing but at the same time people need to understand the numbers are lower than they were when it was record numbers but the numbers are still high now one of the things that always concerns people and I think it's the number one question that I get asked all the time so it's kind of weird being on the other side now be asking the questions is the number one question I get asked is how many people from you know special interest countries and you know obviously people are gonna say for the Middle East but the people need to understand that you know it's it's obviously the boots on the ground in the United States side they're on high alert all the time but I've always wondered and you would know because you were there you know once again guys we're we're speaking we're speaking to somebody that was actually there someone that knows what's going on Todd Benjamin works center for immigration studies I thought you were there what was D. D. I guess the attitude of the the individuals with the Mexican government if there was any issue with any type of

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"chiapas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

12:31 min | 11 months ago

"chiapas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Judy Machu returns here's the math this summer's hottest hoops league is coming to an end tomorrow we do we start join CBS sports network as they break down the teams competing for the huge big three title all leading up to the championship game at three eastern noon Pacific on CBS that's big three basketball tomorrow you're not kidding when you're on CBS sports radio would talk on football now beat either collegiate opening day for most of the big teams and to our opening day for the National Football League which is now just four days away we get to Thursday night opener and and everybody else on Sunday including the Cleveland Browns we're gonna do a little seasonal preview with right now Mary Kay Cabot is big league that covering them up for years and has always been good enough top aboard when we requested our presence in Chiapas one with us now right here on CBS sports radio how many years of the Browns been your beat wow you know I have lost count actually I'm trying to forget but I think it's I don't know it's either high twenties or maybe even a little more than that that's impressive as a matter of fact that's why we ask for you when we want to do a Browns preview okay any we'll leave it at high twenties in the twenty plus years you've been doing it is this being the most I want to get the right word to describe it buzz filled camp you ever been part of yeah I think so I mean there are a few other seasons that kind of compared in other ways but of course back then you know there wasn't all the yes social media that you know everything is typed times a thousand now but you know I did cover a few championship games with Bernie Kosar and you know the Browns obviously came on the brink of going to the Superbowl in those years and and then there were you know that I cover the move that was a huge thing to have to cover and then you know you fast for well actually then you know then you've got the bill Belichick years when he was eight and they you know they did go eleven five one year so that was a buzz you kind of year and then you know having Johnny Mandel in town a couple of years ago circuits works for sure in town at that time but you know this is different this is legit and I think the hype is warranted as to why I think the talent level hi the what that mortgage type the question is are they go is the talent going to be able to achieve what the EM a prospect and he believes are before the season ever starts this is certainly the highest opinion the dead and the brand of held league wide coming into the season which give me a quick to pressure how's this P. T. in dealing with the pressure rex backed agents this year you know I think they're handling it really really well there are a lot of very strong personalities on this football team and we can handle this they can shoulder the expectations and the low I mean you go over on the defensive side of the ball you get a guy like mild Garrett very confident very outspoken you've got dental ward over there Sheldon Richardson Olivier Vernon now over there on that side of the ball so there's a lot of really good leaders company guys and the people that have once a football game in in other places so they have that going for them and that defense for you know everybody talks about this office because of del acre but distinct bands looks to me like it's for real and it's going to be something else and if I were Marcus Mariota I would be very afraid for the first day gotcha what I mean so that you know so that side of the ball I think doesn't even get there and the attention that it deserves then you move over to offense and of course you know you've got Baker you've got dell and they're they're not afraid of this they are still not afraid of the expectations the hype and they just can't wait to go out there and start living up to it hi I'm not offensive side house Kareem hunt locked because it's been a while since we saw Keith moved on from with all these issues and problems we believe that he's got a behind a but you don't know what I don't know nobody knows for sure but putting that aside just his football level of talent house Kareem hunt it looked and fit into the brown system won't be deer camp on an injured list with a groin injury and then when he worked his way back into the lineup he really wasn't one hundred percent himself yet if he was pretty honest about that and you know he just underwent sports hernia surgery on Thursday so we never really got to see everything that Kareem can offer and is all about but it's all there I mean he's just a natural football player he's the same guy that led the NFL in rushing as a rookie so I would fully expect that that is the player the grounds are going to get when he comes back in the second half of the season having said that in the very beginning of that he might still be on the mend a little bit this is a forty six week injury that will give them about a month to get ready for the bills game on over and November tax so hopefully he can get that done in short order okay so hunt second half of the season come back from injury won't know till we see him develop got anything is required to mark coming into the year and I feel like the way he's handled himself in press settings and that's when you get in but you also get to observe from around his players alley annals dam is you are rookie head coach coach it it didn't I was a fan of what he did last year I know Baker Mayfield was I think that helped him get the job but with the pressure and expectation for the Browns it here that's a lot to put on a first year coach tell me why you think you can work it's a huge personality himself and you know he's just he's a he's a big guy he's a big personality he he almost you know a match for what he's got before him in the in terms of the services in the dell's acres in the files those guys you can handle it I mean he's been around football for a very very long time he doesn't take anything from anybody you know he he has a way of getting players to want to run for a while for it for him he's galvanizing this football team bringing them together closing ranks and you know he he's been to a Super Bowl before with the cardinal so he knows what it takes to get there and they lost that Superbowl and and he doesn't want to have that feeling again so I I think he knows what level he has to get these guys operating and he ran a very tough camp they were it has every single day in that camp except for maybe one maybe two days not impact so he ran those guys really really hard and I think they're ready for this you mentioned his time with the cardinals that's how we got to know Steve Wilkes his defense the point eight air but he comes off a failed attempt as a head coach has she jumped back into the coordinator position without issue or do you think that could become an issue over the course of the year I don't think it'll be an issue at all he absolutely has embraced and taken over this defense and has these guys playing really really hard there are so many good coaches on the staff in general including on that defensive side of the ball they brought Tosh reported the former defensive coordinator of Alabama of course you know you know having that with Nick say that how he's been trained to coach and how technically and fundamentally sound he is and I see it in these even these young defensive alignment for you you know you grow our general warrants out their organic qualities of these new backup defensive tackles and it you know there's not that much drop off from some of the some of the starter so keeping it fresh and they're gonna be a load but yeah I think she works is is ready to attack I think he's ready to play really sound wall on the back end you've got some really good defensive backs to work with and I think he's going to have a nice year if not here and they'll never admit to the word fear so I guess I will couch it is respected instead which team do the Browns have more respect for as their top competitor in that division is here Baltimore Pittsburgh well you know I I I can't really say because I don't you know we haven't really asked them too much about that yet I I would think that those guys probably are on an equal level because adults you know with both of those teams now maybe it's a little fresher in their mind that they lost a Baltimore in the season finale last year so you know they'll be back but you know that there's still so much of a rivalry for the city with Pittsburgh it's so intense and you can never count out Ben Roethlisberger and also yeah even though the Browns are you know sort of the team the heights team of twenty nineteen those other two teams are not conceding anything in this division I mean there's just no way debt that Baltimore Pittsburgh already digest sit back and watch the hot shot Cleveland Browns go go take this thing so it is going to be a dog fight fair enough plants question I'm a Baker Mayfield fan I thought he was actually going to be it get played here because I thought Donna was gonna be take your first in a gentle gonna get my game Baker Mayfield was going to fall down to them I'm okay with Donald does my quarterback for the next decade with the jets but I was all prepped for Baker and was gonna get rid I used a root name for a decade and stag healed I think he's got a big season I think it's gonna take the Browns two eighty a real nice record double digit wins what if something goes wrong and Baker has an issue during the season is it more likely to be with a teammate with the Cold all with an opposition player Daddy gets into some kind of spitting match with on the field where if Baker losing his mind who is it most likely to happen with you know what I think that's a great question because I've been thinking about that a little bit myself because everyone is is so intense everyone is so keyed up for this season and like you said the expectations and the pressure so high Baker is so passionate and you know that he does certain things to get his game face on and you don't have to they can't sell almost really add yes to get the world against him to play at the level that he needs to play at to be really successful so I would say there could be some fireworks in all of those around I wouldn't hadn't that now I've I've seen and get into it with Freddie kitchens on the sideline I've heard him yell at Odell Beckham junior in practice and we certainly seen him go head to head with the opponent many times so I I would think that there will be once the fireworks from Baker they give you a lot to write about will be read it all year Mary Kay we appreciate you coming on board thanks much what we call a neck here in a year after year after you keep doing what you're doing I'll keep doing what I do doing and we'll keep talking about it okay thanks for having me my pleasure Mary Kay Cabot from Cleveland dot com brown's beat reporter for only the last three decades I think she knows what she's talking about when it comes to the Cleveland Browns Johnny mac I think I know what I'm talking about do and I talk about a lot of things that will do that with you for the next hour and a half here on CBS sports radio we open up the phone lines Trevor thank Frank and you go first when we get back anybody else want to get in line do it at eight five five two one two four two two seven Barry our going up on all the scores lines going on in the world of sports is the latest CBS sports update it's a fast pass sports number sixteen Auburn.

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"chiapas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"chiapas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get married that way he could pass protected status on to notice you a suspect but in Mexico it's not that simple same sex marriage is tricky it is unconstitutional to ban same sex marriage but it's on a state by state basis only a third of Mexican states allow for it in Chiapas where whole families are living now is not one of them nor any of the states bordering Chiapas the closest court room that would marry them is in Mexico City which is a more than twenty hour bus right away and that twenty hour bus right could be dangerous for my visa right because he's in Mexico illegally and there's immigration checkpoints all over Mexico especially in southern Mexico to try to stop central American migrants from making it to the US yeah so I was aware of that but I had no idea exactly how intense these checkpoints were until I was traveling through chop us by bus myself in a five hour ride just five hours without crossing any state or national borders our bus was stopped four separate times immigration agents boarded twice shining flashlights interfaces and demanding multiple passenger show their identification myself included we also passed through a military checkpoint where a guy literally got on the bus with an assault rifle and slowly walked the aisle to get a good look at each of us and that's why lotus urine Jorge are kind of stock so Katie that was all last year what is our situation now so they're still stock I've been saying a touch of them mostly over what's up and Facebook messenger I also went back down to tell the true in January and visited them in their apartment which is a pretty bare bones situation with concrete floors and walls the only piece of furniture was about and how are they doing emotionally when I got there they were actually watching.

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 Migrants fearful after hundreds arrested in Mexico raid

Tom Sullivan

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Migrants fearful after hundreds arrested in Mexico raid

"That Mexico is cracking down on migrants and Mike. Caravan's? They're actually they back. They crackdown migra caravan and the largest single raid sense, these caravans have been going through Mexico so Mexican police and immigration agents. Have have detained hundreds of Central American by grits in the largest single rate on a caravan police targeted isolated groups at the tail end of caravan of about three thousand migrants they were making their way through the southern state of Chiapas with hopes of getting to the United States. So as they gathered under some shade trees, very hot day outside the city of Pige PG Japan boy, botched that I'm sure of federal Mexican federal police came up in patrol trucks, and vans and forcibly wrestled women men and children into the vehicles. They were then driven to buses. For subsequent transportation to an immigration station for deportation. According to Associated Press journalists that are on the scene, they say as many as five hundred migrants may have been picked up in this particular rate so five hundred at the tail end of a three thousand group caravan. And this is why they go and caravans not because of this. They go and care vans because it's dangerous to make that trek all by yourself. That's why they use social media to figure out let's get together. And I want to go to the United States anybody else want to go and away they go with getting a big group together. That's why they do what is for safety. But if you are a straggler. I don't know what this is about. And you heard Tom home insane. I'm not sure. But this may be. Finally, making some progress about stopping the people from coming through Mexico to come up to the United States. He went on to say that the current immigration problem is really truly unprecedented. Look, I'll say this. I done this for thirty four years. I started board from nineteen eighty four. This is the worst I've ever seen it. Now has it been years where they arrested more than mainland? Yeah. There has been here for the rest of more than decade ago decades ago, but we got remembered ninety five percent of those arrests were Mexican nationals that were processed removed with an hour when I was aboard to aging I call it the same ailing three or four times on one shift. So that may was really mad. I was probably half man just entered multiple times. But this by far is worse have ever seen in because this one man people they're coming, and they're not going home because they're taking advantage of the side of laws. They can think years again removed. This is this is a crisis that I've never seen before this. Level. Yeah. So yeah, it's kind of interesting. He said, you know, they were mostly Mexican males travelling by themselves. They would detain them send them back over the border, and then they would try and sneak back in again, he's we catch them two or three times sometimes, but. That's not what we have. Now, the laws had that incentive for you to bring your children and your spouse. So you come as a family, and they know how that works, and they know the rules are they know the floors agreement. They know all that Joe is no longer mostly is not messed Mexican. Anyway, there's some Mexicans but mostly Central America. And they're coming in families. They got this down to a science. So either we at the change the laws to make it. So that we don't have an incentive for them. Or we have to have some help from Mexico. I don't know what you think about Mexico doing this because Mexico has tough immigration laws. They pick these people up societas press. They're wrestling with these people to put them into vans. Take them off the buses and drive them to deportation centers, and I presume the next stop on that the bus is on the other side of the border in Guatemala. So are you okay? With that if Mexico does it. Or is it only mean if we do it?

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Mexico And Chiapas discussed on John Williams

John Williams

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico And Chiapas discussed on John Williams

"Sight Mexican police and immigration agents have detained hundreds of Central American migrants in the biggest single rate on a migrant caravan since the group started moving through Mexico last year police targeted the tail end of a catamaran of about three thousand migrants they were in the southern state of Chiapas they were forced onto buses presumably to

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 Mexico to issue limited humanitarian visas to migrants

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico to issue limited humanitarian visas to migrants

"There's word immigration officials in Mexico or planning issue humanitarian visas and limited basis starting tomorrow to some of the approximately twenty five hundred Central American and Caribbean immigrants in their southern state of Chiapas this as a president threatens to shut down US border crossings with Mexico unless Mexico prevents Central American migrants from reaching the US border. Meantime, three Central American nations of the target of presidential scrutiny. The State Department has told congress it's looking to suspend aid payments to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells ABC's this week. We need the northern triangle countries to do more about not allowing people into Mexico. They can help us. We need them to do that. If not it makes very little sense for us to continue to send them aid. But Senator dick Durbin tells NBC's meet the press, the US should be focused on helping Central America. Where three countries are dissembling before is people are desperately coming to the United States. The president's cutting off aid to these countries will not solve

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"chiapas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"chiapas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You're you're very brilliant. Man. Tell me what would work other than a wall. That's an excellent question. And I think that I think you're a you're a very well thought out caller, and you're saying, I don't think the wall is feasible number one would not going to get it number two. But number three, we're gonna all need border security, and it's going to have to take another form what other forms there. Well, I mean, I is simple as it sounds. I think I think you take a lot of that money, and you just add people through the equation. I mean, our borders our border patrol people are doing the best they can, but I have to catch and release them. What good is it? If they don't have the ability to to stop them from coming in. They have to give them a hot lunch and instead of throwing them back over the border unless there's some teeth in the border patrol less. They given the power to stop them for breaking in the nothing else is going to work. That's why the wall is important because my friend unless there is a barrier like a wall they're going to continue to come in. And if the border patrol can't do anything to them in a physical manner, then the then that means nothing. No matter how many border patrol agents you put up there. They're going to spit in their face laugh at them. That's the truth. That's the hard reality. If you're an eighteen year old Beck's again, and you had nothing to live for and you lived in Chiapas and you'll have no skills. You don't even speak read or write Spanish, and you told once you get over the border you live in the promised land, and you have a border patrol agent standing there. What what's going to stand between you and him? If you punched him in the nose and knocked him out. He's still have to let you in according to the psychotic rules in this country right now. So the only thing that would prevent this from happening is what some gigantic barrier like a border wall..

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The Latest: Mexico City prepares for thousands of migrants

Guy Gordon

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Mexico City prepares for thousands of migrants

"Twelfth has about one hundred seventy miles before it reaches Mexico City. It's estimated there are anywhere from thirty five hundred to about five thousand in the group much of which is scattered to other groups also in route one is reached the Mexican state of Chiapas about four. Forty miles from Mexico City. Another has recently crossed the Guatemalan Mexican border nextgen officials in Mexico City are prepared to provide food shelter and medical services as well as advice about their options. Jim roope. Los Angeles County sheriff's office is investigating an officer involved shooting in Shelby township over the weekend. Police say the man shot and

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"chiapas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the state of chiapas led by a group referencing mexican independence called the zappa teesta liberation army here from a documentary about the uprising is does apetit stas leader who went by the title subcomandante marcos we are but these the national liberation army deploys that adam seat cells to be hurt deface heis itself to be seen the name that highs itself to name it give rather starwood cow sold to mighty and award to be hurt to be seen to name it tomorrow to be harvested in the best the final were black mask they find no word arabic voice behind or were unable pain murphy knows who you see they know we are you does apetit central concern was on behalf of the indigenous population of chiapas that nafta would prohibit mexico from instituting land reforms meant to preserve the culture and economic viability of the natives are indians living there but of course nafta went on with us now and we'll place more clips as we go forward in history in a little bit into this conversation joining us now is lori wallich director of public citizen's global trade watch a twenty five year veteran of congressional trade battles starting with the nineteen nineties fight over nafta she was named to the politico fifty list of thinkers doers and visionaries transforming american politics in two thousand sixteen for her leadership.

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"chiapas" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Talking about the probiotic which is therapy lack and ends delays which is the enzyme heavily can break down the fats but it also breaks down proteins and carbohydrates is very balanced and just talking about overall digestion why these different components are so important and i think jeff after talking about sugar metabolism high fructose corn syrup the probiotics and kind of the mechanism of that one thing i love about these products is most products you buy bottle it lasts thirty days you have to continue to buy it but i've found that i mean how is it with you can say you can get to the point where you only need like one every three or four days or even one a week is that right yeah with with their like for instance the typical program that we suggest that people who are in good health and fairly fit that they take one a day for two weeks and then just to a week after that now that can be monday morning thursday night wishlist week exactly and a half or they can take both on saturday morning you know it's just that many bacteria in a week so that would be ten weeks applied and if you did it that way it's a major art thirty capsules in there and the true flora there's thirty two capsules rematch we recommend immature week as well so you know you've got eleven weeks there the fiber is i think there's forty schools there's fifty capsules evangelists and we don't recommend that with the lace with every meal remember enzymes are like the key in your car things if you can put the key in turn the car on the kiosk chiapas kion again an enzyme what does this finds a particular bond is holding two things together breaks apart and it's released they can go and do it again so it works over and over and over yeah that's that's a great example so you see really you don't need to take it with every meal and then i personally just like to tell people take it five times a week with the largest meal is a day and so now you have you know if you're taking five weeks you got ten weeks apply again so it's not every thirty days and if you keep if you keep them at room temperature they're going to be good for that.

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"chiapas" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Talking about the probiotic which theralac and ends delays which is the enzyme heavily can break down the fats but it also breaks down proteins and carbohydrates is very balanced and just talking about overall digestion why these different components are so important and they jeff after talking about sugar metabolism high fructose corn syrup the probiotics and kind of the mechanism of that one thing i love about these products is most products you you buy bottle it lasts thirty days you have to continue to buy it but i've found that i mean how is it with theralac you can say you can get to the point where you only need like one every three or four days or even one a week is that right because of the post yeah with with their like for instance fees the typical program that we suggest that people who are in good health and fairly fit that they take one a day for two weeks and then just to leak after that now that can be monday morning thursday night which splits the week exactly and a half or they can take both on saturday morning you know it's just that many bacteria in a week so that would be ten week supply them if you did it that way there are thirty capsules in there and the the true flora there's thirty two capsules rematch we'd recommend him to week as well so you know you've got you know eleven weeks there or the fiber is uh i think there's forty schools there's fifty capsules evangelist and we don't recommend that with the ends lace with every meal may remember enzymes are like the key in your car you can put the key in turn the car on the kiosk chiapas kion again an enzyme what does a particular bond is holding things together breaks apart and it's released it can go and do it again so it works over and over and over and so now you have you know if you're taking five a week you got ten weeks apply again so it's not every thirty days and if you if you if you keep them at room temperature they're going to be good for that period of time if you put him refrigerator they're gonna have bigger maintain just a little more potency problems putting them in the.

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"chiapas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"With the the fbi we're not going to find anything about the fbi that we're not going to like once this thing is release that serve the speaker how's paul ryan cure now i i had her did the head of the fbi he just started their die i heard that he may quit this this a memo was released you think there's any ah anything holding donald trump back from released matt be not fact no i think if uh if is released and christopher ray quits then christopher ray quits absolutely filed by done running the president would care okay all right that's why only question they for him we'll we'll find you're welcome police rule again welcome aboard as i say uh we love our new listening sir absolutely we love our listeners as well we all love everybody has pretty much in me i am i am a very very cuddly harry cuddly warm friendly chatty radio host man that's me woman cuddly uh we are across the grace of iowa lays down one five one five two eight 410 forty two eight four 1040 why my producer laughing at me would what's up was set whether well just that description of study having a moment godly woven cuddly radio host the devil way uh go sleep home we have in the building as a say the managing editor of the spent sedated reporter who is going to tell us all about fake news and on an the real life effects that may chiapas story could have on a community.

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"chiapas" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Other clearly weren't ready for there is another party keyplayer player in you've written about them to and their great interest us in turkey are they standing on the sideline in this duty how do you see the the relationship can we keep a role at uh in solis are we going to see a major change in the relationship well we are turkey is basically apm i mean if you can kicking american often gets because we've got the aircraft it's cloud turkish cleric living in exile on worldcom the president ought awaam directly blamed for this obstacle last wants us to hand over and when i could do because earned on wall would probably have almost no it he certainly the man would offer pile was no real ethical the chicago and is guilty of anything accepting an opponent air one and so airlines now taking american hostages he's got some to wall street journal reporter to two years in prison for a quote unquote support promoting a terrorist organization and all this woman did was committed an act of journalist just quoted kurdish fighters there's an american pastor an air awesome who's been in jail for two years in turkey this guy lived there more jet years he's in chiapas apa uh follower of gulu an whose blame for everything terrible going on a nasa scientists just in prison for the same reason the director of amnesty international in turkey is in prison.

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"chiapas" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Differently because of something that might ban put everyone on the same side of the posting you have to be worried about it um if you look at today's environment there's a lot of brittleness caused by a variation the same theme whether it's people selling naked calls so uh the fix path of investing all of those things are going to conspire at some point to behave like portfolio insurance the rise of past investing is something to spur had you also sees as a potential source of trouble and whichever way you cut it the spectre of portfolio insurance looms large in this case we had portfolio insurance at the time the the investing in in chiapas passive p apps when you're getting food is deep discounts in those etf so you're gonna see people who want to sell one etf and the par value might be cam annual betraying nine it's going to be it will be devastating at the central banks have over done it they have taken the magic wand and they had abused so you were set up today and you just need that one that one stroke but let me just say be aggravation of the decline in this case will not be portfolio insurance it'll be all this path of investing in in in stark light etf and that will koys for water four because there'll be no buyers there's no special with their two to buy them at a reasonable bid for ribhi at deep discounts and and people will be are being severely beat barring deepest currently cheops and they'll be showing sp futures and then if they can't get the sp futures they'll sell with top oh yes 100 and if they can't get those off they'll so the the the fine you know you can do it many different ways mary who is big qqq use there's so many different ways to rv things but that the retail will be at the marketed sorry it'll be it'll be very harmful day or days when this occurs.

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"chiapas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Half before vecchionne earthquake happened in mecca i was in an exa code yes that with an eight point one earthquake yeah when george you talked about the most important thing to me what i've been studying if this moon right side um astronomically and astrologically but mostly astronomically the position of the mood at the exact a tremendous i'm on the right when the chiapas earthquake here wigan vertigo the moon which ari anti offended by going to get an ied gorgeous i wouldn't your kid who is a fair man this was vertigo the modern wizard aries yeah an and the rising shied wizard gin and kevin i georgia's it all right well when you put two areas together in the same space at the same time every day but he does what happens when you put two rams together so you've got the emotional energy of an eight point one earthquake juxtaposition sell whether it category five hurricane as georgia's ridden 10 shift now if i had new advisor george i would have said that would be the perfect gave her that they are out fits as earthquake was waning the moon was wax industry entertainment what is waiting with waving and bills hours came in with me now if that was good enough when he had um there are his literally uh aden throughout your with the earthquake in west would that mmhmm gesture appreciated by three day um i show fit he had would have uh that that gentleman from the monkeys george i'd have a white bream walk with deemed some time um um my pay talk to you stand chablis about marokopa gifts three days later the national earthquake your maricopa few days later the next earthquake rocks georgia's studio if you look at if track up the hurricane you can get it anymore wherever map exactly twelve o'clock at 1230 that window was open.

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"chiapas" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on KELO

"The most important thing could me what i've been studying is this moon right side um astronomically and astrologically but mostly astronomically the position of the the mood big the shouldn't have this i'm on the right what of when the chiapas earthquake here what good and berdon llp ari and the offended by german georgia sorry wouldn't your kid horrific bear man vivid entertainment oh the modern wizard aries again and again and cabin georgia's it all right more when you put two areas together in the same space at that say in time everybody knows what happens when you put to rail amc gather so you've got the emotional energy of an eight quoted one earthquake you are hitting it out with a category five hurricane as occurred nor does it intend kit now if i had new advisers georgia would it said that would be the perfect gave her that they out that you office earthquake which weighed in the moon was wax in a man was waving and bills our came in give me now if that one another now when he had his own little a uh an in counter with the earthquake in west would that yes yes appreciated by three day i've show it with uh the general in front of monkeys short note i'd have a white bream walk with deemed some time um um but they talked extensively about marokopa catch three days later the national earthquake your maricopa do days later the nash earthquake rocked georgia studio if you look at the track up the hurricane we'll get it anyway wherever map exactly twelve o'clock good 1230 that window was open and that hurricane looked like it was a law it wandered around cuba burning itself out before finally decided to take up uh go north what are your thoughts on that penny it's a complicated idea i think but it's kind of interesting that i wish right in florida where earned my wife and at the time that it came to here i wish in mexico and near the shop us so i wish i hadn't connected that actually synchronicity or what yeah i well i.

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"chiapas" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on KTRH

"Was in an extra cocaine yes that with an eight point one earthquake yeah when george you've talked about the most important thing to me what i've been studying is this moon rising side um astronomically and astrologically but mostly astronomically the position of beside the mood as the exact composition of the sun on the right what a window the chiapas earthquake hit that was getting vertigo the one on which ari anti send it got an idea of side wouldn't your kid fair experiment this was vertigo the modern wizard ari again and the rising sideways again and cabinet i georgia's again all right well when you put two areas together in the same space at that stage in time ever everybody knows what happens when you put rams together so you've got the emotional energy of an eight point one earthquake jr step hitting it sell with a category five hurricane as georgia's ten shift now if i had new advised george i would've it said that would be the perfect dating agree that they are out that you as earthquake which weighed on the moon was wax yard very in a man what is waiting with waving and goes hours came in to be now if that was not good enough when he had um uh his own literally uh eight encounter with the earthquake in west would that gesture appreciated by three day um i've show fit he had with uh that the gentleman from the monkey short notice i'd have a white bream walk with dean subtype um but they talked extensively about marokopa catch three days later the national earthquake your maricopa two days later the next earthquake rocked georgia's studio if you look at track of the hurricane you'll get it on any whether map exactly twelve o'clock did 1230 that window was open and.

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"chiapas" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"An eight point one earthquake yeah when george you talked about harmonic the most important thing to me what i've been studying if this moon right side um astronomically and astrologically but mostly astronomically the position of the side the mood at the exact position of the sun on the right what have one of the chiapas earthquake hit that what good and berdon llp the modern which ari and offended by it to get an idea ordu side wouldn't your kid who is a fair man this stridently vertigo w modern wizard ari again and they're rising sideways again and cabin i georgia's again high are when you put two areas together in the same space at the same time every nobody knows what happens when you put to rams together so you've got more with your energy of an eight point one earthquake juxtaposition being it dealt with a category five hurricane as per georgia's kanchit now if i had new advisers georgia would if that would be the perfect gave her that they are out ficci yup as earthquake which waning a movie which wax area man where's wailing wife waving and goes hours came in debate now if that was in no way that he had um uh his own little uh eight encounter with the earthquake in west would that mmhmm gesture appreciated by three day um i've show fit he had with uh that that if the gentleman from a monkey short notice i'd have a white bream walk with deemed some time um but they talked extensively about marokopa catch three days later the national earthquake hit narco fat few days later the next earthquake rocks georgia studio if you look at it track up the hurricane you can get it mean whether map exactly twelve o'clock at 1230 that window was open and.

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"chiapas" Discussed on Love 860

Love 860

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on Love 860

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"chiapas" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Struck southern mexico geophysicist robert sanders of the us geological survey says that strong enough to classify as a great quake magnitude eight point one earthquake there could be ham proudly catastrophic damage to some of the coastal towns and cities i'm in the area the earthquake felt six hundred fifty miles away in mexico city there's some people running into the streets fearful of building collapses the epicenter offshore from the mexican state of chiapas near the guatemalan border the us tsunami warning system says some moderate soon nami waves have been reported off mexico's pacific coast five people have been killed by the earthquake including an infants who died when the power failed cutting off his ventilator hurricane erma lashing the southern bahamas this morning the storm moving just north of cuba the winds of lessened but only slightly still a category five hurricane and apparently on a path for south florida the old southern tip it up lord it covered either in some sort of a watcher warning on specifically for storm surge in her way meteorologist dave roberts at the national hurricane center the storm could make landfall as a strong and categoryfour hurricane or possibly a category five hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing many by highway this man headed to the airport bound for california i just thought rather than sit around without power or who knows how long let me this hop on a plane get outta there flying out was interrupted for some by a man with a knife with the miami international airport last night news a confrontation at that point with a gentleman than that to some shots fired by our police officer and individual has been a shot let's director one peres of the miami dade police one of the airport's terminals was shut down for a while the suspect reported in stable condition police stress it was not terror related fox news.

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"chiapas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"As florida graces mexico shakes vibe jack callahan fox news and earthquake with a magnitude of eight point one has struck southern mexico geophysicist robert sanders of the us geological survey says that strong enough to classify as a great quake wickford magnitude eight point one or craig there could be some relatively catastrophic damage to some of the coastal towns in haiti i'm in the area the earthquake fell to six hundred fifty miles away in mexico city there some people running into the streets fearful of building collapses the epicenter offshore from the mexican state of chiapas near the guatemalan border the us tsunami warning system says moderates who nami waves have been reported off mexico's pacific coast five people have been killed by the earthquake including an infants who died when the power failed cutting off his ventilator or regain ernal lashing the southern bahamas this morning the storm moving just north of cuba the winds of lessened but only slightly still a category five hurricane and apparently on a path for south florida the old southern tip of south florida covered either in some sort of a watcher warning specifically for storm surge emperor way meteorologist dave roberts at the national hurricane center the storm could make landfall is a strong it categoryfour hurricane or possibly a category five hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing many by highway this man headed to the airport bound for california i just thought rather than sit around without power or who knows how long let me this hop on a plane get outta there flying out was interrupted for some by a man with a knife at the miami international airport last night there was a confrontation at that point with that gentleman the lead to some shots fired by our police officer and the individual has been a shot let's director one peres of the miami dade police one of the airport's terminals was shut down for a while the suspect reported in stable condition police stress it was not terror related fox news.

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"chiapas" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"chiapas" Discussed on WRVA

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