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Sen. Chris Murphy: Cut Funding for Police Not Enforcing Gun Laws

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Sen. Chris Murphy: Cut Funding for Police Not Enforcing Gun Laws

"Democrat Chris Murphy. This Connecticut Democrat, once these guys bang this drum all the time, here he was over the weekend after these terrible shootings in Colorado Springs, and if the Walmart, here was Chris Murphy, poster boy. For anti Second Amendment, anti constitutional rights for law abiding American citizens. You don't think they're coming for your guns? Think again. The majority of counties in this country have declared that they are not going to enforce state and federal gun laws. They have decided that they are going to essentially refuse to implement laws that are on the books. That is a growing problem in this country. And I think we're going to have to have a conversation about that in the United States Senate. Do we want to continue to supply funding to law enforcement in counties that refuse to implement state and federal gun laws? Red flag laws are wildly popular, right? You just temporarily take guns away from people. So you want to withhold money for law enforcement? I think we have to have a conversation about whether we can continue to fund law enforcement in states where they are refusing to implement these gun laws. Nuts. These people are back crap crazy.

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Emboldened Biden, Dems push ban on so-called assault weapons

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Emboldened Biden, Dems push ban on so-called assault weapons

"President Biden raged the idea of trying to pass an assault weapons ban after two mass shootings in a week, but he'll likely face an uphill battle in Congress. It was Thanksgiving Day after 6 people were gunned down in a Walmart and 5 killed at a Colorado Springs gay bar. I'm gonna try to get rid of a subway. On NBC's meet the press, Colorado governor Jared polis, says something needs to be done. It's about mental health. Of course, it's about gun policy. Of course, it's about anti LGBTQ rhetoric. But the Democrat says it can be done without invoking a ban. Where you need an additional license or background check for some of the most high powered weapons. Also on the show, Kentucky Republican congressman James comer. Cities that have the most strict gun laws like Washington, D.C., Chicago, these are the cities with the highest rate of crimes comer says he'd support legislation aimed at improving mental health access and boosting law enforcement. Jackie Quinn, Washington

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"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:35 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"A problem will not make it go away, climate linked damages have accelerated in recent years, and many delegates gathered in Egypt agreed that the devastation of recent months made the loss and damage conversation impossible to sidestep. We listened to the cause of anguish and despair resonating from one end of Pakistan to the other. A country with literally more than a third of its area flooded. A resounding alarm of the future that awaits us, said some may shoot gray, the Egyptian foreign minister who served as cop 27 president as the talks came to a close. And so over the past two weeks, negotiators haggled over the details of what such a fund might entail. Crucial questions involved who might receive funding and who should contribute, developed countries remained adamant that the fund should be open to a range of finance sources, including from countries like China that have become big emitters, even though they weren't 30 years ago when the UN climate process was established. At the same time, developed nations sought to prevent finance from going to countries like Saudi Arabia, which are technically developing countries, but have access to far greater means than many of their more vulnerable counterparts. Both of these questions remain to be determined in the coming years. Delegates also debated how contributing countries might finance these programs. A suggestion from the European Union that taxes be levied on fossil fuels, air travel, and shipping to pay for loss and damage raised eyebrows across negotiation teams. The establishment of a funding mechanism is the story of cop 27, and a huge milestone, says Cassie Flynn, head of climate policy at the United Nations development program. But this is just the beginning of the journey on funding for loss and damage. And negotiators are going to have to face some questions very quickly around brass tacks. Who provides into this fund who can receive from this fund. No matter what happens, no one expects the new fund to provide sufficient finance to actually address the scale of the loss and damage challenge. And so a range of other solutions have been presented. Over the course of the conference, delegates discussed an insurance scheme organized by Germany to help cover certain losses and the creation of a program known as the Santiago network that will provide technical assistance to vulnerable countries. A proposal from Barbados to alleviate the debt of cash strapped developing countries as they struggle with climate challenges gained support from countries across the globe. Rich and poor, large and small. The topic will rank high on the agenda in the months ahead of the IMF and World Bank's spring meetings. Loss and damage is a complex issue that impacts our immediate medium and long-term. Shauna aminath, the minister of environment, climate change, and technology in the Maldives, told other delegates on the morning of November 20th. We need a mosaic of solutions. It may not be clear at first glance, but between the lines, the cop 27 deal also contained a win of sorts for big developed countries like the U.S.. Those wealthy nations successfully fought back any attempt to be held formally liable. Contributions to the loss and damage fund will be voluntary. After the decision had been finalized, a U.S. State Department official noted that there is no liability or compensation in the agreement. In the coming years, it's safe to assume that lawyers from the U.S.

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"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:42 min | Last week

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"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:49 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Attack on a gay bar in Colorado Springs didn't happen in a vacuum. By Philip Elliott. A bullet doesn't make a sound. It makes the initial roar as it leaves the gun, sure. It's shocked to the body as matched with a spiteful slap to the eardrum. The noise can expand if it echoes, as is often the case when fired in a closed space, like a school hallway at newtown, Connecticut. A basement Bible study in Charleston, South Carolina, or the foyer of a synagogue in Pittsburgh. The shell casing can make its own distinct sound, whether it bounces on the linoleum floor of a school classroom and Yuval, Texas, or is muffled in the carpet 32 floors above the Las Vegas Strip. And the reverberations can last years. Especially for survivors who just wanted to get through Valentine's Day and Parkland, Florida, or to find their safe space in Orlando. And then there is the second wave reverberation. A history lesson that tells us that any conversation about trying to quiet the ear shattering explosion of each bullet is pointless. That ultimately nothing can be done about guns in a country that has more weapons than citizens. So, as is the case far too often, the screech of yet more bullets established America's latest soundtrack over the weekend as a gunman burst into a Colorado Springs gathering place for members of the LGBTQ community Saturday night, opening fire to kill 5, and injure at least 18 more. A suspect is being held on preliminary charges of murder and hate crimes, but those are subject to change as more is learned about him. Officials have been careful not to assign a motivation just yet to the attack on the club cue, but it stretches credulity to think the suspect, in this case, just happened to show up heavily armed and wearing body armor at one of the few places in the springs where gay people, including teens on some evenings, felt comfortable. It also demands an aggressive suspension of suspicion to think that current national environment toward LGBTQ rights has no bearing when a 22 year old man allegedly walks into a gay bar and starts killing. This legislative season alone, lawmakers have introduced at least 344 anti LGBTQ proposals and 25 of them are now law, according to the Human Rights Campaign. The most common headlines around this onslaught of legislation has been to keep transgender youth from pursuing healthcare, playing sports on the teams of their choosing, or even identifying themselves in schools. Very controversial efforts if you spend much time in the conservative corners of the

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"colorado springs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on WTOP

"You're listening to a WTO neighbors in his 1253 prosecutors in Mexico say an American woman killed someone. She was traveling with in country. And they want to brought back to Mexico to answer charges for the crime. Mexican prosecutors have not named the woman they filed charges against, but a video that has been widely circulating on social media shows Robinson of Charlotte, North Carolina, being beaten by another woman, a man with an American accent can be heard asking Robinson, can you at least fight back Robinson says no. The group Robinson was traveling with left Mexico after she was found dead October 29th in a villa they had been renting, and autopsy revealed that Robinson died of a severe spinal cord or neck injury. Prosecutors in the state of Baja, California Sur, say they've approached Mexican federal prosecutors and diplomats to try to get the woman extradited to face charges in Mexico and a warrant has been issued for her arrest. I don't want her. The FBI says it's open and investigation into the murder as well. A co owner of Colorado Springs club Q is speaking out saying that anti LGBTQ hate has evolved from prejudice to incitement. Nick gers says that politicians calling transgender people groomers breeds violence, a shooter killed 5 17 inside club on Saturday. The club owner and community leaders say they're working to reconstitute an LGBTQ support system in Colorado Springs that club Q had previously provided, and after Black Friday, small business Saturday and cyber Monday comes giving Tuesday. They've all got a word before the day these days. It's a day where you help charities continue their work, but Marilyn warning that scammers are looking to get their hands on that donation. Money, the state is encouraging you to do your research before donating, ask questions of telemarketers, also beware of social media postings, promoting charities. Finally, use a credit card to make the donation for an extra level of protection. It's 1255. Money news at 25 and 55 years and Kate. Americans are using more of their credit these days, consumer credit card balances grew 15% year over year in the third quarter, the fastest pace of more than 20 years, and it could jump in the final three months of 2022 as holiday shopping gets underway. At the same time, some banks are now trying to tighten up the

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Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last week

Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

"President Biden vacationing in Nantucket for the Thanksgiving holiday, spoke out against a recent spate of mass shootings in the country and calls on Congress to do more to limit assault weapons. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It's just sick. He tells reporters he'll take it to Congress, even though the sessions almost over and Democrats soon lose control of the House. Meanwhile, the president reached out to the owners of club Q in Colorado Springs, offering support and condolences, while a worker at the Virginia Walmart, whose life was spared, says she doesn't think the victims were randomly chosen. He was going hunting. He was looking, he was picking people out. Jesse will chesky on the job just 5 days, says the gunman who apparently killed himself aimed at her and then told her to run. I'm Jackie Quinn

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NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

"Police in New York say their planning tight security around the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in the wake of mass shootings in Colorado and Virginia. Police say there is no known credible threat to the event, but they say they'll deploy additional resources to ensure the festivities across the city are safe for all. The parade comes just two days after a manager at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, shot to death 6 people, and then himself, and four days after 5 people were shot to death at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Macy's is promising that the parade will be bigger and better this year than ever before, and the event is starting at 8 45 a.m. this year instead of 9 to accommodate all the balloons, floats, marching bands, and other participants. I'm Donna water

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Colorado Club Q Shooting Suspect Is 'Non-Binary'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:56 min | Last week

Colorado Club Q Shooting Suspect Is 'Non-Binary'

"Let's get on to some news. Colorado mass shooting identifies as a non binary. Now, I don't know if this person, and if you're not familiar with the Colorado shooting in Colorado Springs, a nut job went into a gay nightclub, called club Q or something like that, and decided to shoot up people, end up killing about 5 people and injuring several other people, but now that he's being presented in front of a judge, he's now identified as non binary. I'm going to try to read again because I think these articles explain a little better than I do. I'm not going to say the person's name because he's a scumbag and I'm not going to say scumbags names. The suspect in a daily Colorado LGBTQ nightclub massacre is non binary and uses they them pronouns. Their lawyer said in a new court filing Tuesday. This is so stupid. But blank blank is non binary, the footnote states, the Denver post reported. They use they them pronouns and for the purpose of all forms filed on all formal filings, we will be addressed as mix blank. So I'm not going to say his name, but it's mixed blank. So it's MX, so not mister with MR or miss with MS or MRS. It's MX. And I don't know if this is just adding insult to injury by a person being so fanatically against homosexuality and the trans stuff that he would go so far is to kill people, knowing that one day he will be in court and then in court adding insult to injury by just adding on to the foolery by saying that he identified as a non binary.

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Colorado gay club shooting suspect held without bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Colorado gay club shooting suspect held without bail

"The suspect in the Colorado Springs nightclub shooting is denied bail. In El Paso county court judge has ordered the alleged shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich held without bail. The next hearing in the case is December 6th. Aldrich is facing possible murder and hate crime charges following the fatal shooting of 5 people at a gay nightclub. The suspect was beaten into submission by patrons during the Saturday night shooting at club Q and was released from the hospital Tuesday. During a video appearance from jail Wednesday, Aldrich was slumped over in a chair with injuries visible to the face and head. I'm Mike Hempen

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Malcolm Nance Is Right—Far Right Republicans Want to Kill Americans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:01 min | Last week

Malcolm Nance Is Right—Far Right Republicans Want to Kill Americans

"I hate that every time we have to talk to you, there's something that's proves you're right that is not a good thing. Someone just tweeted as Malcolm nan says they want to kill Americans. You tweeted, you know, after the Colorado Springs stochastic terrorism, Kerry lakes doing it in Arizona. Kerry lakes lies force Maricopa County election official into hiding with a torrent of death threats. I mean, Malcolm, it just feels like one long unbroken story. January 6th, the Paul Pelosi attack, you know, and they just don't stop. You know, they don't stop in terms of targeting people, Mike Pompeo just called the head of the teachers union, the most dangerous person in the world. Wow. Really? Yeah. I mean, I saw that yesterday I was absolutely stunned. Well, yes. And they want to kill Americans, and they are now encouraging other Americans to target other Americans. And the worst part is we are just getting started. Things are going to get much much worse. And I'm going to give that to you straight, no chaser. This is a pure, very obvious intelligence analysis that now because they won the House of Representatives. They feel not just empowered, but emboldened to go after their enemies. The good, you know, to a gay nightclub and shoot all the patrons. You know, to the point where, you know, families were there. They just, they have been told over and over again that liberals, liberalism, you know, education with the case of Randy Andy Randy weingarten. That's insane. Yeah. These people have decided they are going to embrace the potential of violence or actual violence and calling out their enemies so that this, you know, the crazy criminal crusaders will all come out and start killing them.

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Defense: Colorado gay club shooting suspect is nonbinary

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Defense: Colorado gay club shooting suspect is nonbinary

"The person suspected of killing 5 people in a Colorado Springs Colorado gay bar is scheduled to make a first court appearance today. 22 year old Anderson Lee Aldrich is scheduled to appear in court by video from jail. According to court filings by Aldrich's defense team Aldrich is non binary and uses the pronouns they and them Aldrich was beaten into submission by patrons during Saturday night shooting at club Q, investigators say the motive behind the shooting is still unclear, but Aldrich faces possible murder and hate crimes charges. I'm Donna water

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The Left Claims the Right Is Responsible for the Colorado Shooting

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:52 min | Last week

The Left Claims the Right Is Responsible for the Colorado Shooting

"The comment here on the article about how Republicans are ultimately responsible for the horror in Colorado Springs at a gay club where this lunatic and if you threaten to blow up your mother a year before, I am proud of Tucker Carlson for naming the DA. Let's get the guy's name. I don't remember the name. Naming the DA involved here. A guy, the police are called, he's threatening to murder his mother and they throw away the whole thing so how do you as a clean record and can then buy a gun? Okay, just for the record. So the sky writes here that the great irony here is that grooming is what the religious right does. Children are indoctrinated into religious beliefs from an early age by adults who wish to control the very thoughts. This is the view of religious people that they have. But it isn't an intellectual dishonesty here. I'm just curious if this guy has, if Joe and San Francisco has a child, he does not, what is the word that he uses? Indoctrinate. He doesn't indoctrinate his children into leftist beliefs? As I said, if his child came home and said, hey dad, if he has a child, hey, dad, I really think that Donald Trump has better answers for the country. Make America great again, dad. And he'll go, you know, I am really proud of you, darling. You grew up to be a kid within independent thinking. I in no way want to indoctrinate you with left wing thought.

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MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

"The folks over at MSD and see they have finally figured out who to blame for this shooting at the gay club in Colorado Springs, cut 6, please. The theory is if you're fearful enough, you're not going to push back. But what we need to see happening is the exact opposite. We need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me, prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should pay civil consequences from the victims. Yeah, that's a heavy dose of grade 8 crap. Ladies and gentlemen, what we do know about this attacker is that he is 22 years old. He's a Mormon. I don't know if he likes to get Marie. I don't know. Just because you're Mormon, doesn't make come on, grace, just because you're a Mormon doesn't mean you like Donnie and Murray. Or the handsome. So the guy was a Mormon. So it's not like he's some sort of Southern Baptist. Or I don't know, Presbyterian. Why am I not picking on your denomination grace? Just step away from the microphone. You're just making up for the weeks loss. I am, I am here. But the whole point of this is that there's no proof that this guy we still even know if it is in fact a hate crime. But here's what here's what we do know that they have a George Soros district attorney in Colorado Springs, and this Yahoo let this guy walk when he threatened to blow up his mother.

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

04:17 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on Skimm This

"Site. Despite the chaos, ticketmaster and Taylor cleaned up. And sold over 2 million tickets. A record for an artist in a single day. Then, the company canceled the general public sale that was supposed to happen last Friday. So when your sister asks why you weren't able to snag tickets, here's what you can say. First, there was unprecedented demand for this tour. And that meant low inventory and high prices. And second, kind of like our exes, ticketmaster couldn't take the heat, and broke down when we needed it most. As for who's getting the blame here, well, people have been looking at both swift and ticketmaster. Some commentators have pointed out, swift could lower her ticket prices in the first place, or take several actions like limiting resale tickets to weed out scalpers and bots. And others say, take it masters at fault here. Because a lot of major concert venues have an exclusive partnership to use ticketmaster. So consumers and artists aren't really given a choice but to use the sometimes faulty platform. This even prompted senator Amy Klobuchar to write a letter expressing her concerns about the company. And congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted out that ticketmaster is a monopoly. She's making that accusation because ticketmaster joined entertainment giant live nation back in 2010, and together they hold about 70% of the ticketing and live events market. Now, ticketmaster and its parent company are coming under legal fire. Because last week, in the middle of all this drama, the Justice Department opened an antitrust investigation into live nation. Which is actually the second time the DoJ has looked into the company. Whether ticketmaster can survive a DoJ probe or the anger of a million swifties is still TBD. But it's safe to say the music world will be watching. How'd we do? Want us to skim a question from the news? Send us your suggestions to audio at the skim dot com.

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

08:12 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on Skimm This

"Let's start with some headlines from the week's news, and give you some context on why they matter. First up there was a moment in time where I feared I was not going to make it out of that club alive. And I have never prayed so sincerely and quickly in my life as I did in that moment. On Saturday night, a 22 year old gunman opened fire on club Q an LGBTQ+ nightclub, killing 5 people and injuring at least 25 others. Witnesses describe a terrifying scene, as the gunman entered in body armor with two legally purchased weapons. A long rifle believed to be an AR-15 and a handgun. Officials say at least two club patrons intervened and stopped the shooting before the police got there, and saved potentially dozens of lives in the process. Our community has been devastated. This week, as people around the country grieved. Our spirits are down and authorities charge the gunman with 5 counts of murder and hate crimes charges on Monday. President Biden also condemned the violence and doubled down on his call for a federal assault weapons ban. This attack is the latest horrific act of violence against the LGBTQ+ community in one of the communities safe havens. Club queue is one of a few queer friendly clubs in the historically conservative part of Colorado, and it's been described as the go to for pride. Saturday's attack also brought up the painful memories of the pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida in 2016, which was then the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. And what happened in Colorado Springs comes on the heels of anti LGBTQ+ legislation being introduced around the country. In fact, more than 300 anti LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced this year. Now, this attack in Colorado Springs, which happened on the eve of the transgender day of remembrance, has left the LGBTQ+ community in mourning amid a rise in hate and violence. For our next headline, we're turning to some major news that could put the U.S. economy on ice this winter. Breaking news right now, we may be on our way to a rail strike. CNN is reporting that conductors represented by the nation's largest union have rejected a tentative labor deal. The TLDR is we could be moving closer to a nationwide rail strike before the December holidays. Since earlier this summer, 12 railroad unions representing 115,000 workers across the U.S. have been negotiating for better pay and more time off. Workers say their current policies discourage sick leave and family time. The unions have been trying to reach a deal for months, and on Monday, one of the largest rail unions in the U.S. smart TD delivered a huge blow to rail companies, and rejected a deal brokered by The White House. This deal reportedly contained the largest pay increase for rail workers in 40 years. But left a lot of the old policies around time off in place. So what does that mean for us? Well, a railroad strike would cause gas prices and the price of imported items to go up. And it would put a strain on the food supply. Because many of America's crops and fertilizers are transported by long distance trains. And one more thing your Black Friday shopping orders might be delayed too, because the United States Postal Service uses freight trains to ship packages across the country. Industry officials have estimated that a strike would cost the economy as much as $2 billion a day. Making recession whispers a lot louder. As for what happens next, they've got to reach a deal by December 8th to avoid a strike. But there is another way to pull the emergency break. Congress actually has the power to intervene here because the law from 1926 allows Congress to impose a contract on rail companies that would block a strike. Though, right now, weather will see a strike a deal or a congressional intervention is still anyone's guess. And for our final headline, we're heading to Egypt, where the UN's climate conference cop 27 came to a close this weekend. So we're checking in for a progress report. Today, a historic step forward and addressing the effects of climate change in the developing world and agreement decades in the making a global fund to compensate poorer countries suffering climate disasters. Over the past two weeks, negotiators from nearly 200 nations have been at the conference in Egypt. Figuring out what steps we can take globally to address climate change. The biggest and kind of only victory from cop 27 comes for victims of climate catastrophes. After a year of unpredictable weather and catastrophic flooding, the U.S. and the EU both agreed to establish a $100 billion fund that would support recovery efforts for nations who are vulnerable to climate disasters. It's kind of a big deal that the U.S. and the EU signed on. Because the climate impacts in question are disproportionately due to emissions from wealthy industrialized nations. But it's the less wealthy countries who bear the brunt. It's not exactly clear yet how the fund will operate, but climate change experts celebrated the milestone. Still, this was kind of a lone breakthrough, because countries didn't make progress on addressing the elephant in the room, lowering carbon emissions. World leaders didn't sign off on more ambitious targets for emissions cuts, and scientists say that's a pretty big L. If you had Taylor Swift tickets on your holiday wish list this year, you might want to think twice. I was ready to buy a ticket and when I submitted my code, I got an error. It said my code wasn't right. I tried everything, but it just wasn't working. I am pretty sure that as a 7th grader in 2004 with a MySpace and nothing but gumption, I wrote better HTML in code than ticketmaster is writing today in 2022. When you finally do get tickets into your cart, you hit submit payment and ticketmaster freaks out and comes up with an error that says it's not you. It's us. The funniest thing is to get mastered gaslighting us being like, we had no clue this many people would be buying tickets. You know how many pre cell codes you sent out? We're talking $750 a ticket for down here. Thanks to the master for being awesome. There's a lot of bad blood between Taylor Swift fans and ticketmaster. After millions of swifties tried and failed to get pre sale tickets to her era's tour. In fact, the pre sale was such an epic fail that it even got Congress's attention. And the Department of Justice. So what exactly happened here? We'll explain in 60 seconds. One week ago, ticketmaster launched their fan verified presale for Taylor Swift's eras tour. And for people that did get access, it was pretty much a show. From the start, fans complained about website outages, app crashes, and super long wait times. It was so bad that ticketmaster admitted their systems had issues keeping up with the high volume of people wanting tickets, saying unprecedented traffic and bought attacks took down parts of the

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Carl Jackson: We Have a Manhood Crisis in America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Carl Jackson: We Have a Manhood Crisis in America

"This manhood crisis. We see some of the manhood crisis that I think is transpiring with this defense of not the defense of marriage act, this respect for marriage act. I think there's a crisis there. I think we see a crisis when we see more and more men placate to the radical left when it comes to abortion. I think we see a crisis in our woke military as it's as it's turning into a center of diversity, equity and inclusion. Now, listen, I know a lot of recruits go there. They go to fight and win and to defend us, but the leadership is a real problem and we've got to do something about it. I also realize that there's real manhood and real heroes that still exist and they do pop up from time to time. I mean that happens to be the case in the shooting yesterday that occurred or the other day that occurred at club Q, which is the gay nightclub in Colorado Springs and I want to talk about the person ironically that happened to be the guy that ended up saving lives. Others jumped on to the shooter eventually, but there was a guy that happened to be in a club and guys, I'm a Christian. I believe that God works in mysterious ways. It's just unbelievable. It's unbelievable.

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'It's the reflex': Veteran helped disarm gunman at gay club

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

'It's the reflex': Veteran helped disarm gunman at gay club

"A club goer at the gay bar in Colorado Springs where 5 people were killed Saturday night credits his army training for helping subdue the shooter but wish as he could have stopped the massacre sooner rich fiero did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan It was at club Q with his wife daughter and Friends He was called to action I just knew I got into mode And I needed to save my family And that family was at that time everybody in that room Police say the shooter had several guns including an AR-15 style assault rifle Fiero grabbed the shooter's body armor then pistol and beat him with it And I'm on top of him I'm a big dude man This guy was bigger And I just kept wailing on him A hero in the eyes of many but not his own There are 5 people that I could not help That includes his daughter's boyfriend Raymond green Vance fiero credits another club goer with helping subdue the suspect 22 year old Anderson Lee Aldrich who remains in the hospital I'm Julie Walker

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"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:41 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The attack on a gay bar in Colorado Springs didn't happen in a vacuum. By Philip Elliott. A bullet doesn't make a sound. It makes the initial roar as it leaves the gun, sure. It's shocked to the body as matched with a spiteful slap to the eardrum. The noise can expand if it echoes, as is often the case when fired in a closed space, like a school hallway and newtown Connecticut. A basement Bible study in Charleston, South Carolina, or the foyer of a synagogue in Pittsburgh. The shell casing can make its own distinct sound, whether it bounces on the linoleum floor of a school classroom and Yuval, Texas, or is muffled in the carpet 32 floors above the Las Vegas Strip. And the reverberations can last years. Especially for survivors who just wanted to get through Valentine's Day and Parkland, Florida, or to find their safe space in Orlando. And then there is the second wave reverberation. A history lesson that tells us that any conversation about trying to quiet the ear shattering explosion of each bullet is pointless. That ultimately nothing can be done about guns in a country that has more weapons than citizens. So, as is the case far too often, the screech of yet more bullets established America's latest soundtrack over the weekend as a gunman burst into a Colorado Springs gathering place for members of the LGBTQ community Saturday night, opening fire to kill 5, and injure at least 18 more. A suspect is being held on preliminary charges of murder and hate crimes, but those are subject to change as more is learned about him. Officials have been careful not to assign a motivation just yet to the attack on the club cue, but it stretches credulity to think the suspect, in this case, just happened to show up heavily armed and wearing body armor at one of the few places in the springs where gay people, including teens on some evenings, felt comfortable. It also demands an aggressive suspension of suspicion to think the current national environment toward LGBTQ rights has no bearing when a 22 year old man allegedly walks into a gay bar and starts killing. This legislative season alone, lawmakers have introduced at least 344 anti LGBTQ proposals and 25 of them are now law, according to the Human Rights Campaign. The most common headlines around this onslaught of legislation has been to keep transgender youth from pursuing healthcare, playing sports on the teams of their choosing, or even identifying themselves in schools. Very controversial efforts if you spend much time in the conservative corners of the Internet when one can simultaneously lament Caitlyn Jenner's persecution and obsess over a University of Pennsylvania swimmer in the same burst of online outrage. Nothing, especially targeted executions, happen in a vacuum. Flags in Colorado are flying at half their height and vigils are popping up around the typically conservative city of Colorado Springs. The pains manifestation is sincere, but the follow-up probably will be a faint echo of it. Mass shootings often summon rage about why policymakers didn't anticipate this. Gnashing about how to stop the next slaying. Recriminations about the power of gun makers and retailers and sportsman groups that have been co opted for political machinations. But one thing remains louder than all of that chatter. And that's the many sounds of bullets. I spend a lot of time in the days after such mass killings, reconstructing the details of these evenings and considering the prospects of legislative relief. Often I will send notes and texts to lawmakers, furtively asking what Washington will be doing in response. And in a performative way, every one pretends that this time will be different. The optimism for restrictions grows dimmer every time. The time frame for such talk grows narrower. Every passing hour makes any meaningful adaptation less urgent. That half life used to be measured in weeks, not commercial breaks. All the while its impossible not to imagine what it must have been like. The sound of each bullet ripping through the rooms. The bodies. The lingering echo of the crime scenes. It.

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Rage and sadness as Colorado club shooting victims honored

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Rage and sadness as Colorado club shooting victims honored

"The community in Colorado Springs Colorado gathered Monday night for a vigil to remember those killed when a gunman opened fire on a nightlife venue that had been a sanctuary for the LGBTQ community Resident and club Q patron Jeremiah Harris says he woke up Sunday morning to phone calls from family members asking if he was okay Harris says normally he would have been at club Q on a Saturday night A club that I decided not to go to a night before because I was tired Colorado Springs resident and patron Kyle lore says the news is crushing To wake up and hear the news of the absolute carnage and devastation was I don't really know if I have words for that Scary heartbreaking devastating I'm Donna warder

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"colorado springs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:11 min | Last week

"colorado springs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News radio one O 5 9 WBBL. Signing up in the next half hour, the army veteran who subdued the suspect in the deadly weekend shooting at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub speaks out the latest ahead from CBS, and unusual incident in the sky forced a plane to make an early return to midway. This is Carolina garabet. Chicago airports are preparing to welcome over a million holiday travelers this weekend. The in sports bulls beat the Celtics one 21 to one O 7, AccuWeather sunny today and a high temperature in the afternoon all the way up to 48°, 27 now at O'Hare 36 lakefront and now CBS. This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage. I'm Stacy Lynn in Washington, a 45 year old army veteran is being hailed a hero after taking down a gunman at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs. Here's CBS Daniel backus. Richard fierro didn't think twice about stopping the gunman who opened fire in the middle of a Colorado Springs nightclub Saturday night. I'm not a hero. I'm just some dude. The U.S. Army veteran was at the club with his wife, daughter and her boyfriend, Raymond green Vance, Vance, along with Ashley Paul, Kelly loving, and bartenders Derek rump and Daniel astin were killed. My daughter got to spend her last day with him happy. 5 crosses have been placed here at the growing memorial outside of club cue. The Denver city and county building was lit up in pride colors overnight. A possible rail strike could happen in two weeks after the largest railroad workers union rejected a labor deal. Jeremy Ferguson is with the international association of sheet metal, air rail and transportation workers. It was profits above all else every quarter. They wanted to lower their operating ratios so they could please Wall Street. And they did not worry about pleasing their employees. I think a day of reckoning is common. A strike or lockout could happen as soon as December 9th. The roads are getting busy. The airports packed as millions of Americans head to their turkey day destinations. This data at the airport in Austin was waiting for his daughter

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Police in Colorado have identified the 5 people killed at an LGBTQ club late Saturday night, Colorado Springs police chief Adrian basque, named the deceased at the Colorado Springs club, but would not name the suspected killer. Too often, society loses track of the victims of these saddened tragic events in all the talk about the suspect. He also gave thanks to the two people who helped subdue the suspect, the El Paso county DA says charges have not yet been filed against the suspect, but he anticipates several will be filed soon once he's out of the hospital. Alabama's governor is temporarily suspending executions in the state following recent failed attempts. K ivy ordered the Department of Corrections to do a review of the state's execution process after two inmates avoided execution within a two month period. The Department of Corrections was not able to access the veins of the inmates, armored personnel carriers are being sent to the U.S. Mexico border, courtesy of the Texas military department, the agency will deploy ten vehicles to the border as part of operation lone star to combat the influx of illegal aliens, the agency is also increased aircraft flights and security efforts along the border. Triple-A is predicting this will be the third busiest Thanksgiving travel period ever, triple-A spokesperson Robert Sinclair says 54 million people will go 50 miles or more from home. I'm sure will be packed with traffic, particularly after 5 p.m. on Wednesday as commuters and holiday travelers mixed together. Air travel is expected to be up 8% compared to last year and the number of people taking a cruise is way up, triple-A says folks

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Media Withholds Race of Colorado Club Shooter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Media Withholds Race of Colorado Club Shooter

"I want to talk about this cute shooting club Q for a minute. This is a shooting that occurred over the weekend. And this is one thing that bothers me about the shooting that happened in Denver, Colorado, or as Colorado Springs, is that why don't we know the race of the shooter? This is the thing that bothers me. 5 people are dead, 25 more injured, the suspect is in custody. They call it a mass shooting, it's at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs. And they can tell you, all these details, even one of the victim's mother has come out and they've interviewed her, they can tell you, they can give you all of these details, but why don't they give you the race of the killer? Probably because he wasn't black. I mean, probably because he wasn't white. This is, hey, if somebody got a picture of this guy, I could be wrong, right? I could be wrong. But I look for it. I'm looking at his name. I'm looking for pictures of the suspect, and I haven't seen any. If anybody got some pictures of the person, you know, let me know, but I haven't seen any pictures of him and not one article that I have read. Have I seen any mention of his race? Any mention of his political affiliation.

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LGBT Community Is Using Colorado Disaster to Attack Conservatives

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

LGBT Community Is Using Colorado Disaster to Attack Conservatives

"Is conservatives as they are folks, but when you come to our pages and there has been some sort of a national tragedy, or somebody has died, I don't care if the Republican or Democrat gay or straight, you're going to treat him with a little respect. And that's what we do on this radio show. I know some people get all upset about them, but you know what, I don't care. It's the right thing to do. It kills me every time I see one of these, I'll give you an example. Somebody dies and they're a Democrat. Well, I didn't agree with her policies, but thoughts and prayers. You know what? Why don't you just offer your thoughts and prayers? Why do you have to let everybody know that you disagreed with the person they're dead? I mean, come on. So this all goes back to rom Emmanuel, never let a crisis go to waste. The Godfather of the Obama administration. And the idea and really the MO here is that whenever something bad has happened, look for a way to take advantage of that to advance your agenda. And that's exactly what these radical LGBT folks are doing. They're now accusing any of you who oppose any of you who oppose same sex marriage. Anybody who has a problem with drag queens, you're responsible for what happened in Colorado Springs. That's what they're saying on social media. And I'm not buying it. I think that is monstrous that is evil that is demonic.

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The mass shooting at a gay bar in Colorado Springs over the weekend. The suspect Anderson Aldrich was tackled to the ground by people inside club cue before police arrived. Colorado Springs police chief Adrian Vasquez. I think had somebody not been there to detain him, he would have continued firing that weapon. She fast quest says 5 were killed and dozens were hurt. Europe's biggest nuclear power plant zapper is maybe the most dangerous place in the world right now. The plan is in Russian occupied Ukraine and has been shelled repeatedly since March. The situation is carefully monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the UN's nuclear watchdog agency. It's director Rafael grossi, says the situation is dire. In so many ways, this place is at the front line, which makes the whole thing so volatile and in need of an urgent action. Ukraine's president says engineers are working around the clock to bring energy facilities back online after heavy damage. The country's infrastructure has suffered. Yay is back on Twitter. Bloomberg Steve rapoport has the story. After a social media timeout for his anti semitic tirade, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West returned to Twitter in provocative fashion, posting shalom, the Hebrew word for peace, along with a smiley face. Earlier Sunday, west wrote a test suite to see if his account was unblocked, prompting owner Eli Musk to reply don't kill what yay hate, say what you love. The a's career spiraled after a series of anti semitic posts, including a vow to go DEFCON three on Jewish people. The ace resurfacing came hours after Musk restored former president Trump's account following a nearly two year ban from the platform. Steve rappaport, Bloomberg radio. It's an annual tradition and at least two turkeys are happy about it. Today, President Biden will pardon two turkeys, chocolate and chip. Sparing them from ending up as a Thanksgiving dinner. Live

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"colorado springs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Driver safety. Plus a somber anniversary today in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Business, S&P futures down 12 points, NASDAQ futures down 56 points. Sunshine and Chicagoland still a few clouds hanging around. We'll all have some sunshine. As we head to a high of 44° right now, 32 at O'Hare, it's 33 downtown at 7 31, investigators are working to determine a motive for a deadly shooting in Colorado Springs, late Saturday night, police say the 22 year old suspected gunmen opened fire in a gay nightclub killing at least 5 people more than two dozen others were wounded, 7 of them critically, it's believed the attacker was carrying what's being described as a long rifle and possibly another weapon. He was subdued by club patrons who held him until law enforcement arrived. Members of Chicago's LGBTQ community gathered yesterday to honor the victims of the mass shooting in Colorado, Rachel Pearson. The shooting in Colorado Springs created feelings of fear and anger among Chicago's LGBTQ+ community. That's what I fear the most is being who I am could get me killed. A crowd gathered outside andersonville, LGBTQ friendly bar, nobody's darling to hold a vigil for the 5 people who were killed when a gunman opened fire at club Q dozens more were injured. In a country that a suffering from a pandemic of gun violence. This is a predictable outcome. Brian Johnson, CEO of equality, Illinois, spoke with CBS two. We need all public leaders to start standing up for LGBTQ+ people and our community and our rights to be safe and equally affirmed. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot condemned the attack, saying it happened in a space where the LGBTQ+ community should have felt safe. That's the latest from andersonville. A man is dead following a crash in the south loop last evening. Chicago police say officers were trying to make a traffic stop on 14th in Michigan around 8 o'clock last night when the driver of a Hyundai sonata made an abrupt U turn and rammed into the two other vehicles. Police say the 22 year old driver of the sonata was taken to northwestern memorial hospital, where he died. 6 other people, including two in the sonata, were injured and taken in fair condition to northwestern and strode your hospitals. Burning to foia one O 5 9

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Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

"5 victims of a shooting at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs over the weekend or being mourned as police continued to investigate motive Sabrina Aston's 28 year old transgender son Daniel worked at club Q and was killed in the shooting It's just a nightmare that you can't wake up from The shooter armed with an AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle subdued by patrons investigators still determining motive but not Aston I'm almost positive It's a hate crime Because it's the anniversary of the Orlando

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reducing the number of victims in the mass shooting at a gay bar in Colorado Springs over the weekend. The suspect Anderson Aldrich was tackled to the ground by people inside club Q before police arrived. Colorado Springs police chief Adrian Vasquez. I think had somebody not been there to detain him, he would have continued firing that weapon. She fast quest says 5 were killed and dozens were hurt. Meanwhile, New York governor Kathy hochul was reacting to the deadly nightclub shooting. Hoku says this is personal, as New York is the home of the LGBTQ movement. I've asked the state police superintendent, Steve nagle, who is with me here today to make sure that we have enhanced protections that we're continuing to do our monitoring of social media sites to be able to identify threats. Huckel says here in New York City, two men were arrested over the weekend for threatening the Jewish community. The FBI has been working with the Idaho state police, combing through the town of Moscow and surrounding areas trying to gather evidence in the quadruple homicide of four university of Idaho students. On November 13th, bodies of the three young women and one young man were found in their off campus house stabbed to death, authorities are still looking for a suspect. Parts of New York State start the big dig out after potentially historic snowfall, Lake effects snow clobbered western New York for days. This woman lives in Buffalo. It's very slow moving. It's heavy. It sticks to everything and it's a very slow moving exhausting process. Some areas got 80 to 85 inches of snow in the buffalo area. NASA says today, it's Orion moon ship will go into what's called a distant retrograde orbit as close as 60 miles and as far away as 40,000 beyond the moon to test the spacecraft's capabilities. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thank you, Michael. 5 35 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state Audi here's John Stan shower. NFL game like jets patriots and Fox brother had only been two since the 1970 merger where the first touchdown of the game came in the final minute, but this game when he touched down was an 84 yard punt return with 5 seconds left the first punt returned for a TD in the NFL this season. It was by pat's rookie Marcus Jones and it gave New England ten to three win their 14th win in a row over the jets, his coach was Robert sala. It's a crappy way to lose, feel like you're exchanging blows from a defensive standpoint on both sides of the bob from both teams and somebody could just make a plan and get it the overtime. They made a play in the pun in the kicking game and asked about the performance of his offense, aloe used an ex what of Zach Wilson who had a three interception day against the Pats two weeks ago was only

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"colorado springs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories were following for you this afternoon on WTO, the Colorado Springs police chief says a rifle and another gun found at the scene of that mass shooting at a gay club overnight, 5 people killed, the injury count has now gone up to 23, according to CBS News before the shooter was subdued by what police call heroic actions of customers in the club. Donald Trump allowed the tweet once again after owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, reinstated the former president's account. A victim of Giles Warwick Warwick, the man dubbed the Potomac river rapist, says as much as she wanted a day in court with her attacker, it will be a different type of closure now that he's dead. Work found dead in a jail cell in D.C. yesterday. Stay with WTO for more on these stories coming up in just minutes. Two 48 time to check traffic, here's rob wood, it brought stalwart that is in the traffic center. Well, thank you very much, and traveling on the George Washington Parkway northbound. This is beyond the scenic overlooks as you head toward one 23. That's where we had the report for crash and only a single lane getting by uncertain as to which lane is blocked in the northbound side, southbound we see is rubbernecking as your approach one 23 headed down toward the scenic overlooks with that crass and respond to unseen. Northbound on I four 95 or the in loop as you leave, of course, McLean headed toward the American legion bridge. Watch for delays going across the bridge toward river road, but to travel in your open in Maryland, as you continue toward the two 70 spur, no problems want to 70, but northbound still slow approaching and passing one O 9 headed up toward 80 in urbana. I 95 is good. BW Parkway northbound unusual sluggish spot as you make your way between one 93 and powder mill road on the antelope near two O one kenworth avenue, that's the first report of a crash. Route 50 going across the bay bridge still with some wind warnings in effect there, so guac out for that. Otherwise, eastbound as you approach cape saint Clair, march of delays toward the eastbound span of the bay bridge, nothing reported as blocking on the eastbound span. I still see that two lanes are open on that eastbound span of the Chesapeake Bay bridge. We had the issue in bouillon three O one at collington road, lights were flashing yellow in all directions. Understandably, no police were directing traffic there. Traveling back in Virginia, I 95 southbound you on the brakes as you leave newington headed across the aqua Quan down to one 23 northbound slows, approaching the Prince William Parkway toward the Springfield interchange, but you traveling to open and you express lanes are pointed in the northbound direction, and what Ben I three 95 just refine as you pass boundary channel drive headed up to and across the 14th street bridge of traveling to open there. In the district saint bound D.C. two 95, seeing some delays as you head toward east capitol street, but that's about it. Biometric technologies have changed how we protect our identity, idemia solutions are designed with privacy in mind, learn more at identity with integrity dot com. Rob stallworth WTO traffic. Now the forecast with Ryan Miller. We're going to have a pretty cold Sunday across the region, air temperatures will get close to 40° the south noon with plenty of sunshine, but with the gusty wind out of the west and northwest, we'll

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At least 5 killed after gunman opens fire at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

At least 5 killed after gunman opens fire at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs

"They're working on developing a motive for the Colorado Springs gay nightclub attack that's left at least 5 people dead and others injured The mayor of Colorado Springs John southers This is a horrible crime A 22 year old gunman identified as Anderson Aldridge allegedly entered the club Q which caters to the LGBTQ community opening fire with a long rifle late Saturday Police chief Adrian Vasquez on kdro TV says At least two heroic people inside the club confronted and fought with the suspect and

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Rep. Lauren Boebert Is Happy to Be Up for Re-election This Year

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Lauren Boebert Is Happy to Be Up for Re-election This Year

"That. But right now, I'm really excited. Lauren boebert is a congresswoman from the third district in Colorado. I had the privilege of getting to know her recently in event at an event in Colorado Springs with Sean Foyt. And I was just so blessed to know who she is to get to know her a little bit. And blessed and thrilled right now to have her on the program. Lauren boebert, welcome. Thanks so much, Eric. It's great to be on with you today. Listen, you're the real deal, and that's why I wanted you on the program because there's so many people in public life that you realize we may agree on some of the issues, but they're not fighters. They're not fire brands. They don't understand where we are in the nation. You're clearly someone who does and you have a primary coming up. Let's start there because you won this congressional seat. Obviously every two years, you've got to go through this whole thing again. What do you face saying before we get into all the fun stuff? What do you facing on June 28th in this primary? Sure. Well, first, you mentioned, you know, every two years you have to go through this again. And I have to say, I love that about the house. I love that we are forced to be with our constituents. Because there are plenty of elected officials who would rather sit back for a few years and say, oh, I don't have to be out there and connecting with people because I'm not up for reelection. So I love that that's forced upon us because I was elected. November 3rd, and November 4th, you know, I was running for reelection, basically. So working hard to serve my constituents and then also campaign as well. But in my primary on June 28th, I am up against a very liberal state senator. He is a registered Republican, but even he says that they are behind his name does not stand for Republicans. So I think we ought to believe

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And radio I'm David Weston The 37th space symposium is going on right now in Colorado Springs whereas I understand that a lot of people involved in space get together and compare notes We're going to go to the space symbol right now and mister David ray He's senior vice president of the space business unit at SAIC So David thank you so much for being with us First of all tell us what you all are doing out there First thank you for having me and I really am enjoying being here We're at the space and pony symposium symposium It's an annual event every year where we have the largest community of space professionals from the U.S. Military and DoD and federal civil agencies as well as international partners and large companies as well as small companies really moving the strategic agenda forward and how we're going to make advancements both in space exploration as well as space as a part of the military and DoD ecosystem So it's very exciting times for us When you talk about that strategic vision and going forward it's certainly over my lifetime has changed a lot It used to be all government in the United States All government And now we see so much private We see SpaceX launches We cover them all the time right here on Bloomberg A lot of privatization of space One of the biggest developments we're seeing right now with respect to space I think you're seeing three main pillars that are starting to merge and integrate The first is how space plays its role in the DoD and military ecosystem how it also from a federal civil standpoint with NASA drives the acceleration of space exploration The second pillar is focused on commercial satellite operators So think of communication satellites that make the digital economy work that increase and enable our ability around Internet and TV And then the third piece which is newer than the first two is really the notion of space travel All those are integrated and we have to really be able to go build an infrastructure and understand how we're going to manage not only the traffic from a data perspective but also the assets that live in space so that we can do all three efficiently and effective for our partners Well let's talk about the stuff that's up there in space because this is one thing that we grabbed me as I was reading for this And you've been involved in this How do we keep track of everything that's up there I see 5600 payloads 18,000 objects and 20,000 bits of debris You've got something called space track to keep track of it all Mister ray can you hear me Absolutely Yes I can Can you hear me Yep Absolutely There's a continuum of space traffic management Some call it a space domain awareness And the first step is knowing what's out there Space track dot org is a system that we use where as commercial companies and government entities a launch things and objects into space They register them with our system so that we at least know what's there That is the first step and really being able to have effective space traffic management I will say that's just the first piece The pieces that were moving towards an hour also understanding how fast they're moving how big they are And then how do we navigate through that debris as we start to launch more satellites as we start to launch humans into space when you think about space leisure travel and also as we launch satellites to increase communications worldwide Just a point of note from 1999 to 2019 the International Space Station had to maneuver about 25 times to avoid to avoid debris in space So that's a little more than two times a year In 2020 alone it had to maneuver three So we're expecting to see that increase because the amount of objects in space are going to increase So it's becoming more imperative now that we have to understand what's up there how we manage it and how we navigate it so that we can be safe and advanced our gender with respect to space exploration I have a very basic understanding of this but you have satellites you have space station things like that things you want up there It seems like there's an awful lot of things called debris or failed satellites and things Are there any plans to go up and clean up part of space Absolutely You know just like here on earth when we're driving down the street we have to build our roads We have to paint our roads We have to have gas stations so that we can continue to move our cars down the road We have to have maintenance facilities to be able to make sure that they're up and running We have to build that infrastructure in space There are efforts underway to look at and understand how we can refuel satellites in space because oftentimes satellites just stay up once they run out of gas And so they don't have any more useful life after a certain time We want to be able to reuse assets And so really building the highways and byways in space just like we have in the air with aircraft just like we have on the road with cars are really going to fuel how we effectively manage it and how we effectively get the best and long-standing endurance out of the assets that we put up there Okay really appreciate you being with us today mister ray That's David ray Senior vice president of the space business unit at SAIC coming up We've.

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"Units basically two combined for plexus is kind of the best way to describe the layout Brick building solid on the north side of town. Which you don't really see a lot of Smaller multi family so that was a good opportunity as well and then It was also in district twenty school district which a lot of renters are attracted to learn. The location of this place was just stellar. Yeah same. Same a Whereas cherry creek School district yup so Yeah it is a really great Property in my opinion just kind of checked all the boxes there thing about this place is in a complex with some other multi unit buildings and they have a small. Hoa there so everyone takes really really care their properties shot like jenny said it was also construction and really really good shape and you know in an area that was very well taken care of. Yeah i've never seen hoa on multifamily before but it's a cool concepts. I it works. You know and it's it's cheap enough and they take care of. You know the things that need do that works. Yeah for sure all right. So i got the spreadsheet pulled up. We're gonna fill us in live like we've done some other deal. Analyses so investment property most down payment. I thirty seven percent. Thirty seven percent. Sounds like there's a story behind thirty seven. I think fast then ken Yes so Little bit backstory. This was a client that came to us actually live out of state And wanted to invest in either denver. Colorado springs Really well educated client. They've got a great partnership they do some stuff. You know Out on the west coast as well and decided it was time to you know see what democrat or or the springs who work with them on so You know typically in the commercial world if you're not local to where you're investing or have experienced in that market lenders are gonna want you to have a little bit more skin in the game right so instead of doing you know twenty five or thirty percent down. They're going to want a little bit more Reassurance from from the borrower because this is a new market for them maybe they don't have as much experience here. whatever the case may be So you know they ended up requiring. You know like a sixty five percent. Ltv on this one And to make the numbers work and get where everything worked out for the buyer. They ended up putting a little bit more in on top of that but it all all worked out. Well as we'll see as we go through the numbers here. I think there's going to be a great property them all right. So thirty seven percent down to out of state higher ltv requirement. What was the purchase price. Said there is no contract. Price was one point. Three eight million one point three eight. Yes but the purchase price was one point three which will definitely have to tell at that aspect to walsall about right..

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"colorado springs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"colorado springs" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"colorado springs" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"Need to be a licensed agent here in colorado and have closed at least a handful of deals racking essays certain amount of years of experience because again. Some people can have that learning curve. Go very quickly. But you have a few deals on your bed sooner the basics and there's a lot of nuances that we will teach you. We have very distinct way jessica. Preston have built out very tried and true processes that we are going to get. You plugged into the way we do. Which helps us you know when deals especially in tight markets like. We're in right now. So agent with some experience. Ideally three deals or more than you've closed and then you have access to people are which is the mls down there and then being a team player and being a team player really goes into our as with the envision visors were many agents are are one person shows and lot of times are very impressive. One person shows they're doing everything rather we really take that team approach where i have my strings. Janis her strikes. I've my weaknesses You know we all have restraint. Salinas's that's just that's a fact. No one's graded everything so we want someone whose strength is helping to put deals together. Find deals hustle negotiate contracts together all that stuff but yeah be team player and execute on your job on what you're supposed to do because jenny walks you don't what she's supposed to do. Actually i'm supposed to do at our entire team which is other agents and our our full admin staff their next you know they wanna do so being a team player and it's just a worker a self starter. I mean basically. We are grinders. I don't. I want to consider as the smartest people but i will consider a some of the hardest working people where we go out the rework we work. We work n relearn we work harvey works. We were reworked smart and we want someone with that similar similar attitude any a lot..

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