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Supreme Court Rules Against Boston in Christian Flag Case
"Overshadowed by this was the Supreme Court ruling yesterday that the city of Boston, Massachusetts, violated the constitution by refusing to fly a local organization's Christian flag in front of city hall, though it had flown other groups flags. This is a tremendous win for religious liberty in America. Justice Stephen Breyer, this was unanimous. This was 9 to zero. Stephen Breyer said we conclude that Boston's flag raising program does not express government speech as a result the city's refusal to let the group fly their flag based on its religious viewpoint violated the free speech clause of the First Amendment. How about that? A constitutional ruling by the Supreme Court? Well, that's what overturning roe V wade would be because it's never been constitutional.
Supreme Court rules against Boston in Christian flag case
"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court ruled ruled ruled ruled unanimously unanimously unanimously unanimously that that that that Boston Boston Boston Boston violated violated violated violated the the the the free free free free speech speech speech speech rights rights rights rights of of of of a a a a conservative conservative conservative conservative activist activist activist activist when when when when it it it it refused refused refused refused his his his his request request request request to to to to fly fly fly fly Christian Christian Christian Christian flag flag flag flag on on on on the the the the flag flag flag flag pole pole pole pole outside outside outside outside city city city city hall hall hall hall justice justice justice justice Stephen Stephen Stephen Stephen Bryer Bryer Bryer Bryer wrote wrote wrote wrote for for for for the the the the court court court court that that that that the the the the city city city city discriminated discriminated discriminated discriminated against against against against the the the the activist activist activist activist because because because because of of of of his his his his religious religious religious religious viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint the the the the city city city city had had had had approved approved approved approved two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty four four four four consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive applications applications applications applications to to to to fly fly fly fly flags flags flags flags before before before before it it it it rejected rejected rejected rejected the the the the activists activists activists activists request request request request because because because because it it it it was was was was a a a a Christian Christian Christian Christian flag flag flag flag prior prior prior prior wrote wrote wrote wrote that that that that the the the the case case case case hinged hinged hinged hinged on on on on whether whether whether whether the the the the flag flag flag flag flying flying flying flying is is is is an an an an act act act act of of of of the the the the government government government government in in in in which which which which Boston Boston Boston Boston can can can can do do do do whatever whatever whatever whatever it it it it wants wants wants wants or or or or private private private private parties parties parties parties the the the the city city city city has has has has said said said said that that that that if if if if I I I I lost lost lost lost the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court case case case case it it it it would would would would probably probably probably probably changes changes changes changes policy policy policy policy to to to to take take take take more more more more control control control control of of of of what what what what flags flags flags flags fly fly fly fly I'm I'm I'm I'm Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff
"city hall" Discussed on Modern Love
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"city hall" Discussed on Modern Love
Melitopol residents demand release of their mayor
"Surveillance video has shown the mayor of a town in southeastern Ukraine being marched down to city hall apparently surrounded by Russian soldiers Melitopol residents took to the streets to demand the release of man even further of Ukrainian president Clinton is and then ski accuses Russert kidnapping the man they have transitioned into a new stage of terra in which low trying to physically liquidate recommenced his thirteenth before the invasion the Biden administration had warned of Russian plans to detain and kill targeted people in Ukraine with the Lenski himself likely top targets Keefe mana Batali Klitschko also likened Russia's actions to that of a terrorist organization this is an act of terrorism Russia is trying to destroy the legally elected power in Ukraine which protects the interests of peaceful residents line Karen Thomas
3,000 NYC workers could lose their jobs over vaccine rule
"Today is the deadline for New York City public workers to show they've complied with the city's mandate requiring they receive at least two shots of the covert nineteen vaccine several thousand New York City workers could lose their jobs because they've not gotten vaccinated they include teachers firefighters and police officers and represent about one percent of the three hundred and seventy thousand person city work force city hall said up to four thousand had failed to comply by the end of January the number has since dropped with more either starting to comply or producing their vaccine cards after they were notified last week that they would be fired Eric Adams says in the city is complex is New York there must be rules and we must follow them I'm
Justices suggest Boston should have flown 'Christian flag'
"U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court justices justices seem seem to to have have little little doubt doubt that that Boston Boston was was in in the the wrong wrong to to refuse refuse to to fly fly a a banner banner described described as as a a Christian Christian flag flag outside outside city city hall hall arguments arguments at at the the High High Court Court appear appear to to unite unite justices justices on on the the left left and and right right in in favor favor of of Herald Herald shirtless shirtless a a conservative conservative activist activist on on one one of of the the three three flagpoles flagpoles outside outside city city hall hall the the city city sometimes sometimes takes takes down down its its own own pennant pennant and and temporarily temporarily hoists hoists another another flag flag although although Boston Boston had had approved approved two two hundred hundred eighty eighty four four straight straight applications applications most most involving involving the the flags flags of of other other nations nations a a city city official official turned turned away away the the application application to to fly fly the the Christian Christian flag flag the the case case hinges hinges on on whether whether the the flag flag flying flying is is an an act act of of the the government government in in which which case case Boston Boston can can decide decide what what flies flies or or an an act act of of private private parties parties Boston Boston has has indicated indicated it it would would change change its its policy policy if if it it loses loses the the case case in in order order to to take take more more control control of of what what flags flags can can fly fly I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
Eric Adams rides subway to work on 1st day as new NYC mayor
"New New York York city's city's new new mayor mayor pledges pledges to to steer steer the the nation's nation's largest largest city city out out of of the the pandemic pandemic by by drawing drawing on on the the resiliency resiliency of of its its people people Eric Eric Adams Adams took took the the subway subway from from his his Brooklyn Brooklyn brownstone brownstone to to city city hall hall for for his his first first full full day day in in office office and and on on the the way way the the former former cop cop had had to to call call nine nine one one one one about about a a fight fight he he saw saw happening happening one one of of his his promises promises is is law law and and order order and and another another a a city city government government that that works works better better that that is is why why the the theme theme of of my my first first one one Hundred Hundred Days Days is is G. G. S. S. D. D. get get stuff stuff done done a a top top priority priority beating beating the the pandemic pandemic and and making making sure sure the the world world knows knows the the city city is is resilient resilient York York is is not not close close it it is is still still open open and and alive alive because because New New York York is is a a more more resilient resilient then then the the pandemic pandemic these these maybe maybe his his goals goals but but it's it's been been a a tough tough week week of of shut shut downs downs in in the the city city from from subway subway lines lines to to restaurants restaurants and and even even urgent urgent care care centers centers temporarily temporarily closing closing because because of of staffing staffing shortages shortages driven driven by by cove cove it it Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York
New York City Will Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue From City Hall
"The black Latino and Asian caucus of New York City, the city council's black Latino and Asian caucus demanded the Thomas Jefferson statue be removed. If you're Asian, what do you care about Thomas Jefferson? If you're Latino, why do you care about Thomas Jefferson? If you're black, why do you care about Thomas Jefferson? He's dead. A lot of the founding fathers own slaves. Slavery is terrible. You want to erase? The author of our Declaration of Independence? My gosh.
Nobel Prize ceremonies to be curtailed again due to pandemic
"The Nobel foundation says this year's Nobel Prize ceremonies will be reined in and scaled down for the second year in a row due to the corona virus pandemic the winners of this year's prices and a chemistry literature physics medicine and economics as well as the Nobel Peace Prize are set to be announced between October the fourth and October the eleventh the Nobel foundation said this year's number of facilities will be a mixture of digital and physical events the foundation said the laureates will receive the Nobel Prize medals and diplomas in their home countries it said the presentation events will be both went together it was an awards ceremony at Stockholm city hall on December the tenth I'm sorry I shockingly
Hundreds gather outside of Tucson Medical Center protesting mandatory vaccines - KOLD
"Demonstrations are planned in downtown L a over mandatory vaccinations. Choose Freedom March is planned for two p.m. at City Hall to protest would organizers called medical tyranny, mandatory vaccinations and vaccine passports. At one another group is planning a counter protest in support of mandatory vaccine.
"city hall" Discussed on The Dictionary
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"city hall" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. Oh hey i think we have hit episode nine hundred. I know that i wasn't really paying attention to the a lot of other hundreds. But i'm gonna try and pay a little bit more attention to those so how many let's four twenty. I think it would be twenty five pages from now so that'd be around page two hundred fifty. We should be hitting episode one thousand one thousand Yeah i'll mention that when we get there Okay the first word in this episode is city hall. Two words noun from sixteen seventy five one the chief administrative building of a city to a a municipal government to be city officialdom or bureaucracy. As in you can't fight said hall next is city manager. Two words noun from nineteen thirteen an official employed by an elected council to direct the administration. They city government. If you wanna learn more about the city and what goes on in the city you should watch the show parks and recreation one of the best shows ever next is city planning to words noun from nineteen hundred. The drying up of an organized arrangement of a city and the example of that arrangement would be as of streets parks and business and residential areas and then city planner is a noun. Next is city a room two words noun from eighteen ninety five. It's a whole city in a room now. The department where local news is handled in a newspaper. Editorial office next is cityscape. Noun from eighteen fifty six one a city viewed as a scene. Oh it's such a beautiful scene. Look at that city number. Two and artistic representation of a city three an urban environment as in a city scape cluttered with factories. That is very much a cityscape. Next is city slicker two words down from nineteen twenty four and we have the number to be definition for the word slicker. You young folks. you probably don't know about the movies. There's two of them called city slickers. I don't think i saw the second one. I honestly can't remember but the first one was fun Okay next is city state to words with a hyphen A noun from eighteen forty seven and autonomous state consisting of a city and surrounding territory. Next is citywide adjective from nineteen sixty one including or involving all parts of a city as in a city wide blackout. The whole city has no power and that sucks next.
Statue of Confederate general removed from a Louisiana city hall
"Washington, a statue of a Confederate general has been removed from a prominent spot outside of City Hall in South Louisiana. Spectators cheered Saturday is a crane lifted the figure of General Alfred Mountain of a pedestal, Lafayette. United Daughters of the Confederacy donated the statute of the city in 1922. This
NYC Honors Essential Workers at Parade up Canyon of Heroes
"New York City held a ticker tape parade to honor essential workers to help the city get through the cove in nineteen pandemic fans March to confetti rained down as nurses doctors first responders teachers bus drivers and others rode on floats through the canyon of tall buildings from battery park to city hall what a difference a year makes the grand marshal was Sandra Lynsey New York health care workers was the first person in the country to get a free copy thank find workers the people fed us the people put their lives on the line we can't thank them enough mayor bill de Blasio rode on a float with hospital employees and the mascot for the New York Mets thank you the parade along the canyon of heroes was the latest in a one hundred and twenty five year New York City tradition Blasio said these are the folks who made history in New York city's toughest our I'm Jennifer king
"city hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
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"city hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"The building. But also i believe in super tight editing. Don't repeat yourself if you make a point. Visually move on. Trust your reader to get it and don't but even in the even in the capture process when you're out there you're making these decisions it sounds like to so you're was. That's a result of a lot of preparation and it wasn't like i did so much preparation that when i arrived at a place it was bam bam bam thank you. I'm out of town because you want to be open to like. Oh i didn't know that. So so there's there's some of that going on too so it's like it's like that old thing in military school it's like you know. Have a battle plan but as soon as the first shot is fired. Be ready to change everything so so you also have a lot of hurry up and wait. You're doing architecture because set up the shot but it's waiting for the light to fall into position so that you can capture the shot you're seeing in your mind's eye. Yes in fact to that point. I made multiple trips to some cities. Because the weather wasn't what i wanted when i was there. So i got my interior shots. And i could get some exterior shots but cincinnati city hall is a good example of that you know the mid west it. The weather there is very unpredictable. I mean i think the one of the toughest jobs is being a weatherman in cincinnati is like what do you do you know but but i made a couple of chips at cincinnati because the weather wasn't good the first time i was there to get the kind of exterior shot i wanted and so i went back in the second time i did. And it's a difficult building to photograph because it's a square building with a corner tower. So you have to your the photograph at dagley or from another angle so that you don't have that awkward negative space so if you look at my establishing shot of cincinnati city hall. I did it from kind of a back side angle. And i used a tree branch to kind of break up the sky so that you wouldn't have that ugly naked negative space formed by the tower and then the flat top of the rest of the building so it took me a couple of trips to figure that out and have to get the weather and to get the angle. I'm looking at that sean. I see what too young the same thing. With milwaukee city hall which i think appears just before cincinnati You know the weather there. It's a midwest city and the weather there was a little funky. I made a couple of trips there and getting the right angle on that again. You have that tall tower and the rest of the building is below it so i photographed it from behind. So you get that kind of nice curve to the building and you get you get the sense of the tower but it doesn't dominate so much that it it.
"city hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"Exactly that and that's the key difference. The book is architectural in nature because it is obviously about a civic architecture city hall specifically but as you mentioned in your question strictly speaking architectural photography typically is a for the client in some shape reform whether it's the architectural firm that designed to building or for the people who are paying for the building whether it's a university a corporation something like that and in those situations and architectural photographer is pretty much taking orders from the client. This is what we need to show. Yes there's some room for creative expression and and interpretation and that sort of thing but you're you're basically working for the person who's signing the check in my case You know you could argue that my client was democracy. You go really. I say we're not. Yeah and so so my photography while it was architectural in nature. The kind of things. I was photographing anybody. Who sees the book and see this as i was looking. Also to photograph things that had kept that Democracy theme going throughout the book whether it was you know murals whether it was the sub theme of transparency in government like we talked about earlier Whether it was you know quotes on the wall. All kinds of things to express a democratic form of government. I imagine though in every case though you did take you know one or two. At least you know beauty shots of the whole building something that would represent it as a whole right now at the one in saint paul for example. Now did you at those times. Where you're using the tilt jefflin's morale you find yourself thinking like an architectural photographer. Oh yes oh yes. I'm a bit. I admit it. I'm a bit anal retentive and i like my line straight up and down you know and and architectural photography. You know if you're if you're doing your job you you need to keep things straight however there are always exceptions and sometimes to get a great shot depending on what the shot is. You may not need or want to be straight up and down because of what's going on in the frame so there's always exceptions to these rules but in the case of saint paul city hall. That's a pretty straight up and down building and you really need to honor that. And so yes. I shot diagonally across the street from it and thank god had some nice clouds because there's some nice clouds behind the building and this notion of a skyscraper just piercing the sky. I wanna feel like that. Building is just bursting. Those clouds open and because to me. That building is almost could almost stand in rockefeller center. It's got that's it was built during a similar period same style. Did you repeat any architecture. There any architects or buildings that you went back to that were by the same architect. No i was on the verge of doing that though. But but i did not include this other city hall. That would have been the case that would have been arthur brown. He designed san francisco city hall. He also designed pasadena city hall in california. Which is a beautiful themed building. But i wanted to stick with san francisco city hall and wanted to avoid the repetition. So yeah good point. I think it's just yeah..
"city hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"There capture the life in the building. The architecture they are with my iphone only and then posting some of the shots on instagram and i was getting very good feedback on that and i have a book agent so i had a friend of mine a book designer put together a simple layout of some of the better images presented to my book agent and we called it the people's palace because that was the nickname for san francisco city hall when it was originally built in nineteen fifteen so my agent presented it to a couple of local publishers in san francisco chronicle books which is very well known and cameron books in petaluma which is nearby. They both like the project but they didn't think they could sell enough copies. So you get that alive. So but i thought you know i'm not done with this. I'm just going to do some online research about city halls around the country. And see what i come up with and what i was looking for was architectural variety and geographical diversity. Because if you're going to do something that ambitious you really need to be inclusive in the right way and the other thing too is let's face it. Most civic architecture in america. The default architectural style is neoclassical. And that's understandable. It's a reference to grecian architecture. Which is the source of our own democracy so it makes sense but to me. The most distinctive city halls. This was a result of my online. Research are the ones that are truly distinctive of their own period and reflect those architectural styles or whatever period. They were built in and also reflect something about their own cities that are very specific to their cities in in some shape perform and i ended up coming up with Initially about twenty. And then i will whittled it down to fifteen put together. A book proposal gave it to my agent actually did it in consultation with my agent and eventually schiffer publishers They bit they really responded to it. It were very enthusiastic about it. They were great to work with. And as you said your intro. I spent Over the course of the next five years traveling around to different parts of the country to the city halls. I had already researched and new. I wanted a photograph. Did those end up in the book then pretty much yes the number so so it was about a five year process. I mean when you were when you initially started in san francisco with the iphone yes from two thousand fifteen to twenty twenty. The book came out this year but the pub date was postponed. A couple of times impart due to cova. Cova disrupted everything including the publishing business. And i can tell you a lot of photographers. Who were anticipating their books coming out either. Had to have them postponed or cancelled entirely. Unfortunately depending on who their publisher was and sourcing material for paper all kinds of stuff so it was a very disruptive time and when in that process other than when you know. The publishing house agreed to to do the book. Did you say okay. I have something. And i really wanna dig into. This was after the first set of kind of rejections went back into you. Know i didn't take the initial rejection as a like a killer i to me it was like okay. That's just two rejections and again any.
Europol: Extremists Sought To Use Pandemic To Spread Hate
"Your poll says extremists sought to use of the pandemic to spread hate it its annual report on terrorism into the twenty seven nation bloc the E. U.'s police agency says extremists aimed to use the global pandemic from twenty twenty to spread hate propaganda and exacerbated mistrust in public institutions the study sites the arrest in the Netherlands of a man who allegedly called for citizens arrests of lawmakers and public health workers it said violence by opponents of the Dutch government's looked on measures included hurling stones and fireworks at one city hall I'm vandalizing cope with nineteen at test locations I'm Charles that's my
Seattle Mayoral Candidate Lance Randall Gives Update on His Campaign
"Race in the city of Seattle in 2021. There are a lot of candidates in there but one of my favorites and gentlemen, I had a chance to meet with earlier this year who I hope Get some headway here as we lead into Election Day is Lance Randall. Lance, Thanks so much for joining us on Kyra Neitz. Thanks for the invitation, So I'm looking forward to the conversation and I look forward to the conversation with you. I would like to. I don't want to describe your campaign for you. But I think you're one of the most rational candidates running for the mayor of Seattle. You've been willing to sit down with everyone from unions to business people to just regular parents that are maybe feeling unheard. Can you give us a little update about the campaign? How it's been going and what the response has been like. To solve the campaign has been going great. My candidacy is a response to the public in the whole, Um what I'm hearing everywhere I go is people are very frustrated all over the city with the current leadership in City Hall. They want something new. They want some action they want issues addressed. And in order to have something new, a new direction for the city. See, how do you have to have new leadership and my candidacy is a response to the voices of the people all across the city. Was saying that they do not like the direction that the city is going in. And he wants a new leader with a new perspective, new ideas and new solutions to take over the hymn of the ship, and I'm getting a lot of positive feedback in response to my pragmatic Ideals. And also my platform, which is well balanced, and it has a lot of action items specific things I'm going to do to try to improve the situation. The city we cannot continue to go down this path. We cannot go back and get elected officials in the past you had an opportunity. To address a lot of the issues that have been on the table even before covid it You have two candidates in the race, you had an opportunity. One decided to walk away. When things got tough, and now they want to come back and get enough opportunity. No, we cannot allow that.
Mayor De Blasio Announces 'Hometown Heroes' Ticker Tape Parade
"Amanda Blasio has announced a ticker tape parade through the Canyon of Heroes for next month to honor essential workers. That announcement apparently omitted funeral workers got them as reported. Ben Jaca says many of them feel the role they play throughout the pandemic has been overlooked. It seems as though people are still really uncomfortable talking about death and talking about the really stark scary things that happened last year when it came to these refrigerator trucks. And all the bodies literally piling up all around the city. City Hall spokesperson says they always planned on including funeral workers in the July 7th
3 Documentaries You Should Watch About the Tulsa Race Massacre
"Marks the 1/100 anniversary of the beginning of the Tulsa Race massacre, one of this country's worst recorded incidents of racial violence. Starting on May 31st 1921 and armed white mob aided by complicity or complacent officials killed as many as 300 men, women and Children in the area known as Black Wall Street. Burning it to the ground. Numerous events are taking place this long weekend to mark the centennial, although disputes rose when particularly high profile event was canceled, reportedly in a disagreement over compensation for three elderly survivors who were supposed to take part. But other events are proceeding and there are lots of opportunities to learn more about this traumatic but consequential moment, including numerous TV projects. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans has picked three documentaries, which he says you should not miss. For a long time. The Tosa race massacre was the attack America forgot and obliterated Tulsa, Oklahoma's prosperous black own Greenwood district, also known as Black Wall Street. The riots by white moms was hushed up by local officials and overlooked in history books. But that is changing as several TV outlets mark the centennial with documentaries on the massacre and its aftermath. It's an effort educate Americans on a horrendous attack, which burned down over 1200 homes and killed between 103 100 people. Among the best and most cinematic of these efforts is the history Channel film Tulsa Burning the 1921 Race Massacre Co directed by Emmy winner Stanley Nelson and executive produced by MBA star Russell Westbrook. This film opens with Reverend Robert Turner, pastor of Historic Burn in a M E Church who regularly visits Tulsa City Hall with a Bible in a bullhorn, reminding residents of the atrocity You are standing in a crime scene referred Turner Pastors. The church where black people hit in a basement tow avoid white moms 100 years ago. He now supports efforts to excavate a local cemetery where victims of the massacre rumored to have been dumped in unmarked graves in passing the
NYC Mayor Yang in Hospital for Apparent Kidney Stone
"Mayoral front runner Andrew Yang is in the hospital this morning with what's described as a kidney stone problem. Campaign tweeted the news Just before six o'clock this morning, Yang has already battled a case of covert since announcing his run for City Hall. Most of the polls show him with a lead among all the candidates running for mayor of New York this November. All the
State Supreme Court OKs effort to recall Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant
"Shama Sawant from these CIA. Seattle City Council can move forward, says the state Supreme Court. In a unanimous ruling, the court found three of the charges against so wants were sufficient enough to warrant a recall election. Those charges include the use of city property for political purposes, illegally allowing a crowd of her supporters into City Hall and leading a march on Mayor Jenny Durkin's residents whose address is protected under federal law. It's time for her to go. She's not doing anything for us. That's Henry Bridger, who manages the recall. So want campaign, which now has to gather signatures in order to get the measure on the ballot. Statement. So what called today's ruling unjust but unsurprising Jeff
‘A new day’: Kim Janey sworn in as Boston’s first Black, woman mayor
"Mayor Kim Janey's second day on the job coming up, having been sworn in yesterday. Here's WBC's Karen Regal, Thank you and God bless the city of Boston acting there. Kim Janey was introduced by the first black congresswoman from Massachusetts and sworn in by the first black woman to serve as the state's chief justice. And she held her first mayoral news conference. What about the pandemic? She was asked. So the pandemic first and foremost, what about the police commissioner who's been on leave over domestic violence allegations? Right now? The situation is still under investigation. What about running for mayor of Right now? I'm focused. On being mayor. But I will make a decision and an announcement in the coming weeks acting there. Janie got a high heel got in a cobblestone on City Hall Plaza as she left the news conference. That's something the other mayors didn't have to worry about. Said. Boston's first woman mayor. With
"city hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"K. and S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk and I've just gotten an email for this member that black lives matter banner that the Regina queen Regina the the the dictator the socialist hung on the tenth floor at city hall that big band you can see a picture of my pager can S. T. dot com Paul Cunningham send my list a listener mine email punk Paul coming in the city councilman asked what don I young man if this would this cost Paul Cunningham responded back to city comes at a cost three thousand dollars and it came out of Regina's budget three thousand dollars she spent to hang that banner he smokes I wanted I got I got I have John listening on the I heart radio app from alpine Texas join here John welcome to KNSD what's happening man how did Garrett Hey I just had a couple points I wanted to make the solution more he had a caller who identified himself as emergency medical technician should match go and he went off on some tangent about how other coronaviruses mutating costars cold to reporter they're calling it nowadays is mutating and I just wanted to make the point that nobody I mean there are different strains of that we've always known that but he seemed to be suggesting it was like the flu and that we weren't going to develop community uses the same way that we supposedly can't develop in Florence a virus and if that's the case I remember got dat because nobody in the journals I'm reading is talking about that and nobody who is covering the progress of vaccine research is talking about it there may be other problems with developing code nineteen vaccine but it is not related to the virus mutating like work and I know you're you're you're PA you tell me okay I love that you know what I mean it's true I mean the fact if they couldn't get a few people were building immunity wouldn't it wouldn't the people and all these companies as a whole bunch of companies American international companies that are trying to come up with a virus with they say there's no way to do it because or it's very difficult because it's mutating its trade we don't know we can't get it it that's a great point it's a great point yeah and so now mind you you know I'm not an epidemiologist I'm just a dumb your guy I'm not a doctor I am a T. eight they do teach us how to read studies in PA school I'm not sure that they really teach that tea and cheese that doesn't mean he's wrong about everything the other thing I wanted to say was that I kind of spotted vouching for each state political operative first time I heard him say that viruses ten times more lethal women which lends a virus that was it's not technically wrong but it's based on a denominator that's basically a wild guesstimate and you know you can't you can't just make blanket statements like that convinced me that you're trying to scare people exactly in the most irresponsible thing that you can do but I mean is it just out of control I mean again now that we found out that they think they're with their dad Penn state study eight point seven million people they think they have this in March and the only people that was a hundred thousand I mean just think of it yeah lockdowns are useless because thirty out you can't stop there that's why our governor here in in Arizona is wanting us to secure safer at home shut up leave me alone you stay home used in the other the other thing here is that the whole premise of the whole the whole assumption behind flatten the curve was it we couldn't stop it in its tracks we couldn't contain this virus and we know that that's true because there's been over three million cases now worldwide and it's generally speaking very difficult to contain respiratory viruses anyway that's why we have the flu epidemic every year similar to the flu in the way it spreads so we we need to develop herd immunity or we need to get a vaccine we need one of the two and just speaking as a six year old man otherwise healthy gosh I want to get this thing and get some heard immunity you know before I get too old until you know what what are you seeing as your your P. A. at an emergency room are you seeing more cases more people coming in and they're just not not that not dying as much not getting well Sears they were there are many RPA bye bye bye background I'm not working in an emergency department now okay I'm working in a kind of a a clinic in alpine Texas it's a summer job I'm actually a military contractor and hopefully I will go back to Afghanistan in August two military comes to its senses if they come to their senses hopefully you actually go back yeah they sent me home because I turn sixty in December and they thought I was going to get colder die my goodness crazy crazy well listen god bless you thank you for everything you do and get thank you for listening on the I heart radio app down there why why do you know why maybe you're in Texas no I've been I've been this is this is a temporary job I probably am going to move here but you know just to get away from taxes elsewhere I understand any rate I've I've I went to college in in Arizona I worked in Arizona recently twenty fourteen to twenty sixteen I've I've I go way back with Tucson Tucson was home for many years don't go I gotcha hi Bob I appreciate a man I hope you have a great weekend and stay safe all right John thank you thank you thank you bye bye by the way before you I don't know if you're aware this there was a recognition I can hear this the news right a record number of discharges from covert nineteen from hospitals in.
"city hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At city hall in downtown LA where protests have taken place every day for the past week governor Newsom wants to end the practice of training police officers how to use a stranglehold that can block blood flow to the brain that has no place any longer when he first century justice and policing Newsome says he also wants new restrictions on techniques used by cops to control crowds such as tear gas and rubber bullets the governor says things cannot continue as normal please resist normalcy normalcy created the conditions that led to this moment the Minneapolis city council has approved plans to join Minnesota's ban on the use of chokehold by police city negotiators also agreed to require police to report an intervene anytime they see an unauthorized use of force by another officer the changes have come after Minnesota's department of human rights opened a civil rights investigation this week into George Floyd's death the CEO of a middle eastern food chain in Minneapolis has fired his daughter over racial slurs in social media posts the woman's under th T. age tweets include insults toward blacks Jewish and gay people as well as a bizarre comments about Hitler the company has already lost at least one shop please in response the woman's dad the CEO says the company was founded by immigrants and won't tolerate it the daughter has apologized the governor's executive order on covert nineteen workers comp has a business association in LA worried Dyck up president Stuart Waldman says there's a lot of places outside of work that an employee can catch the virus to put the burden on business that you presume then ploidy got sick at work and that the business has to pay for that is pretty ridiculous the order was put in place last month but Waldman says if the governor extends the order passed July small businesses may not be able to come back labor unions say the order protects workers from apple current virus cases in southern California you can check out our website KFI AM six forty dot com the key word is cove it let's go now to sell the latest crash on the one ten this one is along the northbound side reddit gauge it's involving a motorcycle is blocking the express lanes pushing the drive back getting away from the one oh five they're selling on the southbound side because everybody's got to check out the act okay I think we're actually going to take the Ellie chiefs press conference right now enjoy we will come back to that thank you we wait for cheating someone's survival dealing even for myself on a personal level we all recognize why we are here and why we're gathered the tragic and disturbing murder of Mr George floor prompted this in addition to the social injustice that can continue serving flick the black community with that being said and in his memory I want everyone to take the next eight minutes and forty six seconds to look around and find a few people you did not know before you got here introduce yourself engage in responsible conversation with open hearts and open minds and recognize the fact that we all have a lot more in common than we.
"city hall" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The email from the city councillors at city hall along with an email from city hall what to remind you that all the buses Santa Fe trails Sanofi ride eighty eight complementary para transit and senior transportation services everything is free it is all free and till further notice additionally Santa Fe trails administrative administrative offices when Rufino now closed to the public just assume city county state offices are going to be closed to minimize or eliminate person to person contact you can call Santa Fe trails and talk to them no nine five five two thousand one they're working right they're just working from home or they're working remotely but they're working but the idea is to minimize or eliminate person to person contact it also goes to your bank call ahead if you need to meet with the banker face to face I'm sure your bank every bank would be happy to do so but make an appointment all right what else what's going on our tax deadline has been pushed out both federally and state pushed out ninety days no longer April fifteenth officially now July the fifteenth if you owe taxes deadline is now July the fifteenth state and federal if they owe you money I'd snap it up if I was you I'd file my taxes today get your money your money now and then now supposedly they're going to cut his checks.
"city hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Not rich people are going to city hall to Baltimore border city hall get ready thank you thank you best of luck to you thank you I appreciate have the forty three times rather than waiting on the breeze now the update the king of all traffic trouble body would occur a big delay I ninety five north the accident at one seventy five in Howard County the word now from the state police right side right Blaine affected that the L. delays now looking at three thirty two and probably back towards re two sixteenths overcoming north you might want to split that up maybe take route one or the parkway north bound to get away from that big delays eight ninety five south as you're coming down from the urban Avenue ramp and eventually into the old harbor tunnel heavy traffic in the construction area ninety five is still slow but with the lanes open we're still just kind of moving along the very slow traffic into and then out of the toll plaza at the fort McHenry tunnel key bridge like brain some fault rare bay bridge construction area nothing major right now for the traffic on fifty west found there was a wreck earlier you might still see that at the rampant route thirty two at the B. W. parkway my check would occur with traffic and weather on the threes all talk radio six eighty WCBS where several local high committee of about fifty six degrees right now Baltimore has forty two degrees Catonsville will core thirty seven download thirty nine degrees talk radio six eighty W. C. B. and we are the morning drive and coming up next are feel good news segment of the day when you're looking to remodel your home waffle remodeling is a name to trust when you're looking for expert services with over fifty years combined.
"city hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"City hall plaza Chris from the WBZ Boston's news radio a crossing guard in Danvers is in the hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a car earlier today it was here on poplar street in central lab or the crossing guard was hit by a four door sedan it happened after seven o'clock this morning around the corner from hole to middle school Peter lives nearby during the school I was very busy around there but what the problem is with all the time Kathy saw the aftermath I'm so can out this window and I could see somebody kneeling over somebody yeah some reason I thought it was a child because the kids across the middle school no one else was hurt the car involved was towed away though it's not clear what happened to the driver the crossing guard is said to have suffered serious injuries in Danvers subject zero Haas WBZ Boston's newsradio and again if you're driving around in north west Middlesex County right now or southern Worcester there is a band of pretty intense snow squalls and that is creating slippery conditions under foot and under tire obviously also some very strong winds so causing some blind conditions Natick Lexington Welling wells lead Burlington Westford acting Gardner Hudson Concord Sudbury all impacted three oh three on WBZ traffic and weather together the server retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the trees so these come up so suddenly the snow squalls Mike you know and it really makes it difficult navigating the roadways yeah luckily luckily no serious incidents related to the to the weather right now Lori but we've got troubles on the expressway no surprise right southbound crawling out of the o'neill tunnel and unfortunately this goes all the way down to the Braintree split where there's a minor crash it's being worked on it'll be cleared soon but boy the damage is done northbound is backed up before granted Athapaskan Poncet circle after that you're good coming in let's see route three south little slow coming out of Braintree that's it the lower stretch of one twenty eight find twenty four south the all clear down to Brockton up north the upper end of one twenty eight north just a bit slow up at ninety three it's not bad at all ninety three north is slow going from the upper deck up to Medford and usual delays up at Wilmington stretch route three north is slower pass Concord road which is typical downtown the lower decks okay but the Tobin bridge outbound backed up so is the leverage that brand getting to ninety three all the airport tunnels are good for the moment and the mass pike westbound slow going out of Newton corner and again out after one twenty eight Mike king WBZ's traffic on the three all right Mike thank you Fitchburg sings some incredible video of snow squalls there a which can lead to crashes especially on the highways road conditions can change rapidly so again the advise slow down and avoid breaking suddenly after today's kind of snowy afternoon if you will it'll be starlet breezy tonight low around twenty but the real feel in the single digits continue cold.
"city hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So is this couple Gucci city hall this call hello I'm here to meet the mayor of cal gidgee Nobu oaken Okey and I'm escorted by a translator so how should I address them still still still the city tracks immigrants with it's cheaper rents and lots of jobs in demolition and health care Japanese language skills not required so my CD coated the whole bottle kill they are okay no king insisted I call cal Gucci hobo Tokyo which means almost Tokyo he says about six percent of the population thirty five thousand people here are immigrants that's extraordinarily high for Japan an island country that's restricted immigration for centuries the new one the somber manually Cisco Gucci has many immigrants seeking asylum from persecution particularly about a thousand Kurds who fled Turkey but Japan hands out refugee status the less than one percent of applicants so many live without documentation or requires a legal status to you there so that's where mayor okay no key comes in he funds education for children without papers including free after school Japanese lessons and he spends about six million dollars a year in city funds on health insurance for immigrants who can join the national insurance program those into death will dole's it's pragmatic politics the mayor says companies in his town are facing a severe labor shortage like the rest of Japan they need immigrant workers of course this is not without controversy the mayor hears complaints about immigrants who for example don't follow the country's intricate garbage disposal roles where is the rules on how to sort and dispose of household garbage I kao Gucci's multicultural coexistence subsection you'll find flyers in several languages with advice on Japanese life like how to separate your recycling and there's another flyer called friendship news plus info on civic events anything to help acclimate newcomers but there's also this pamphlets made to look like passports that advise Japanese on how to help and understand and be friends with immigrants because the income of the team they have in many many different countries friends there it leaving here Jim well why he's the coordinator for international relations and cow with Yuji we wanted to own a Japanese people and their stand how they can leaving better with a four inch people one explain that one way to live better with foreigners is to tell them to lower their voices the complaint that immigrants in cal Gucci hang out in large groups disturbing the quiet of Japanese life is common so this passport tells Japanese had to say please keep quiet in a variety of languages one is originally from China and she used to live in the United States which she sees as a model for a multicultural Japan in the stated many people say use their own language and is a you can keep as their own culture yeah I'm saying right now weekend two eight also in Japan but such talk of a diverse Japanese future meta harsher reality when I visited a Kurdish family in cal Gucci for dinner one night we ate out an ornate blanket on the floor Kurdish style next each plate with chopsticks Japanese style the family asked me not to use their real names they're seeking asylum from Turkey where they say they'd face possible persecution and mandatory military conscription if they return they were repeatedly denied refugee status by the Japanese government but they're continuing to appeal the patriarch of the family the uncle is the only one with a long term visa no Kurds of ever gotten the silo in Japan are you hopeful that your family to be able to stay here zero zero I've got no faith in them none it doesn't matter that you lived here for two decades no matter that you have no parking tickets no matter that you caused absolutely no trouble no matter his nephew was nineteen smiling he asked to be called Johnny Depp for this story Johnny Depp wants to be the first Kurd to win refugee status in Japan to create a precedent for his little siblings and other asylum seekers he's spent thirteen years most of his life here his sister was born here he learned to speak the language playing baseball with classmates he's become Japanese and US senator that young like you say with a level we've become quieter tackling the Japanese people like at the supermarket or restaurant or even at home we talked in low voices after dinner Johnny sat on the couch next to his girlfriend their bare feet lightly touching she's from Vietnam they've been together six years met in high school and college G. less don't make people us her father recently gave them permission to marry but there's almost no chance of that happening anytime soon in Japan Tatian looms of Johnny loses his legal appeals his girlfriend also requested to withhold her name Olson on close the data I have seen him struggle for so long that he feels almost foolish and presumptuous to have any dreams of my own under the strict immigration roles Johnny can even leave the cover Gucci area without getting permission from immigration authorities those restrictions got him rejected from the college of his choice and he's not allowed to work legally either he won't discuss how he makes ends meet but many Kurds work off the books doing construction and demolition Congo the gates there on you know enough to deal coming from other countries choosing to live in Japan as Japanese people is more enriching to Japan and that's the sort of country I think Japan should strive for a global society a Kurdish man and a Vietnamese woman speaking Japanese eating Kurdish food with chopsticks maybe one day raising Japanese children that's the fear in Japan it might also be in the future mad Catz W. NYC news tomorrow mac concludes our unsettled series by looking at how the U. when agreement that Japan and the.
"city hall" Discussed on WTVN
"City hall to demonstrate against the exclusion of some candidates in the upcoming city council elections in the fall Michelle Franzen ABC news mainly clear skies overnight just a few passing clouds and temperatures on the mild side Lucy night down to sixty eight degrees Sunday funday looking pretty good with that partly cloudy skies hot and humid though with highs topping out near ninety degrees winds picking up out of the southwest at five to fifteen miles per hour just a slight chance for an isolated pop up shower or storm in the late afternoon into Sunday evening mainly clear and lows falling into the upper sixties on ABC six purporting urologist Rachel painted on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN keeping you connected to Columbus news radio six ten WTVN this won't and this the premiere networks presents coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Connie Willis close to coast AM Connie.
"city hall" Discussed on WJR 760
"City hall office of Taylor mayor, Rick so LARs a team of agents started the started the right around ten thirty this morning outside of Seoul. Ours home US attorney, Matthew Schneider confirmed federal agents were executing a search warrant a bureau spokeswoman confirmed that mayor solar house was being searched. And that no arrests were made. So LARs Forty-five was elected mayor of the downriver community in two thousand and thirteen following two terms on the city council and a private career as a partner of three Romulus base manufacturing companies mayor Solaar has not been charged with a crime Berkeley residents will have the opportunity to tell city leaders if they approve of retail marijuana locations in their town. Voters in Berkeley approve recreational marijuana in November. But city officials want to hear from residents themselves as whether they'd like to see businesses openly selling pot in their town. Long-term planning care. We need to have our decisions made locally prior to the state starting to issue licenses when in doubt go to the residents mad Baumgarten spoke to channel seven the meeting begins at six thirty at city hall. A preliminary examination scheduled for a Detroit man accused of attacking a school bus driver. Here's WJR's. Gene fogel. Trae nine year old Sean Clark has been charged with salt and robbery. Authorities say the sixty three year old bus driver was driving the bus with children inside at the time had Asbury park and diversity at about three thirty in the afternoon of January twenty fifth. He apparently drove to close to a car knocked side mirror off Clark. And another man then jumped on the bus beat up the driver, then fled on foot with this property that second man is still being shot. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. Roger stone might have his bail revoked after he posted a graphic on social media that has since been taken down. Bob Constantini, explains. That the unusually unspoken stone was trying to make the point of the judge in his criminal case was Hanson. Elected by special counsel, Robert Muller. There was a gag order in place, but that did not stop sometimes Trump political adviser Roger stone from posting an Instagram picture, featuring the judge in his pending criminal case with an image similar to a rifle cross hair behind her. So judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered stone to appear Thursday to show why his bail should not be revoked stone has apologized for the posting which he says came from a conservative group showing the symbol. That is also used for places where large sheets of paper or photos can be cropped stone claims it's been misinterpreted. He faces seven counts of lying to congress and witness tampering. Bob Costantini, the White House. Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is back at work. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Was there Justice Ginsburg back on the bench for the first time since early December? She actually missed oral arguments for the first time.
"city hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Has workers at city hall on edge tonight after at least one employee came down with a dangerous disease. The office of council woman. Monica. Rodriguez shared this video showing a mouse scurrying across the floor typhus is typically transmitted through fleas infected by rodents. There have been many reports of rats at other critters running rampant through city hall. The city employees was diagnosed with the bacterial disease back in November. She believes she was infected at work and refuses to return to the job until city hall east. Is thoroughly fumigated. I was so sick. I thought it was going to die who thinks of typhus. I think of typhus is something that I read about in history books symptoms of typhus include fever chills and severe rashes extreme cases can be deadly. There were one hundred forty two confirmed cases of typhus in LA county last year. No mention that the rats have to eat the feces and the food in the garbage that the vagrants leave. Outside city hall somehow. It's just what do you think the typhus comes from? Where do you think the bacteria comes from the rats don't manufacture the bacteria? The fleas don't manufacture the bacteria with the way. The news report was worded. Oh, there's rats, and there's mice and there's fleas. But at least they didn't run with the city's cover explanation that it was the building next door being torn down right at released the road who have the typhus with their fleets. Who else? Do we play channel seven? Let's play cut number one. Rats feeding on dumped garbage just blocks from city hall and skid row, contributing to the growing problem typhus that's now made its way to the historic city hall building at the center of Los Angeles. Now, a possible threat to the public and those that work inside city council president or west and making motion to remove all carpet from city hall and the adjacent city hall east after discovering the disease those who work in downtown are very concerned bad enough that we have people that are spreading germs. Replace got city workers to little unsanitary typhus is a.