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Fresh "Columbia" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 7 min ago

Fresh "Columbia" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"D.C. locations 6 38 Time for traffic and weather on the 8th Jack Taylor's in the traffic center Right now a couple trouble spots in the district to your slow Virginia run in three 95 northbound near The Pentagon crossed the 14th street bridge the word near the third street tunnel a vehicle fire beyond it that was reported to be along the right side Beyond it as you exit north into the tunnel up near U.S. capital X at 9 there we've got reports of a crash The wreck on D.C. two 95 southbound before Pennsylvania avenue off the roadway to the right shoulder Maryland delay in Chevrolet 50 west We should move toward northeast slowdowns as you approach Columbia park road Topside adley so those are just after 95 headed towards George avenue You're in good shape as your between the beltways on 95 BW Parkway south little heavy as you approach and pass one 75 then there have been some volume northbound as you left greenbelt headed up past NASA Goddard also a little delay southbound approaching powder mill leaving Frederick two 70 south often on delays from 85 through urbana headed down toward one O 9 but your lanes are reported open Beltway topside ad libs those just after 95 towards George avenue no troubles interloop temple hills down toward the Wilson bridge Beltway's looking decent between Alexandria and mcclain shifting into Virginia 66 slows in manassas going eastbound after 28 Centreville We'd had a pickup truck broken down in the left center lane We'd had delays in woodbridge 95 northbound the wreck after the Prince William Parkway cleared the broken down vehicle after the fairfax county Parkway moved out of the roadway to the left side Watching Arlington authorities are on C northbound route one year 15th street south there was an earlier crash If you're looking to elevate your career explore opportunities with Andrew's federal credit union Andrew's federal credit unit is a great place to work certified company with substantial benefits Visit a and DRE WS FC U dot org Jack Taylor TOP traffic Lauren ricketts has the forecast this morning A few conversational snowflakes and a few light rain showers as we continue through the day today Not everybody going to see them but we'll help you out there Lots of clouds.

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UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | 4 d ago

UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

"A former coach swim coach apparently. Coated and daily mail, whereas the Emma former swim coach Emma McGee voiced her support for Leah. The name of the biological man who just switched over to female and one the competition for the University of Pennsylvania, I expect nothing from the University of Pennsylvania. I made a mistake in saying that Columbia is competing with Yale. The competing with the University of Pennsylvania, but everything in Philadelphia has been destroyed by the left, including the city generally. So it's not surprising that this happened that UPenn and nobody and nobody says, you know, we really cheated winning this competition. We cheated. It's called cheating, my Friends. A 5 year old would understand it's cheating. Nobody gives a damn if you want to change your sex. That's your business. It's my business if you cheat. It's not my business if you change sex. I wish you a good life. A decent human being would not use this in order to cheat and win record record speeds in swimming. A father of two girls who were swimmers spoke of his anger. We have a great video at prager U by a high school girl. To have the guts to speak out against this. No one spoke out against it. Now one swimmer. Not even the swimmers who lost.

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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:57 min | 27 min ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on Morning Edition

"For NPR news I'm Emma Jacobs in hope British Columbia This afternoon and all things considered far right extremists are finding new ways to exploit a Twitter policy that is supposed to prevent harassment Tell your smart speaker to play in PR or your member station by name This is NPR news This is morning edition on WNYC I'm Michael hill President Biden's pick to be a top banking regulator has withdrawn her nomination She had faced bitter opposition from Senate Republicans who took issue with her birth in Kazakhstan I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Senator I'm not a communist I do not subscribe to that ideology Selling on my rova would have been the first woman first person of color and first immigrant to serve in that role nor in that story coming up in about 15 minutes WNYC supporters include Netflix presenting the hand of God from writer director Paolo sorrentino about his personal coming of age story now playing in select theaters and on Netflix December 15th awards eligible Mount Sinai finding new ways to treat cancer beyond chemotherapy like developing personalized vaccines to help more patients survive More information at Mount Sinai dot org.

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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"A disruption of mass standards making sure that rich people get their kids out of public schools and learn math in the private schools and charter schools You've got poor people paying off the loans of rich people Who went to school to earn professional degrees returned them a healthy outcome And you've got inequality ironically growing in liberal states because of things like this while liberals continue to run on an equity platform telling you they're in it for the little guy They are full of crap They are kneecapping the little guy They are screwing the little guy You doubt me so I looked it up okay The Ginny coefficient it's a crude measure But it's a general measure of household income distribution And measure of inequality the gini coefficient right So I looked up the gini coefficient on statista to see who the most unequal states in the United States are And you want to see why every day I wake up so annoyed at people who fall for this liberalism scam stunt the charade the shell game they're pulling on people Look the most unequal states What do they have in common Puerto Rico number one Of 55 New York gini coefficient of 51 It's number two District of Columbia Number three number four Connecticut We got Louisiana Mississippi in there with a Republican leaders But then you got California All above the average So you've got three of the most heavily democratic areas of the entire country New York Washington D.C. and California Washington D.C. ironically the seat of government where liberals dominate They don't win They dominate They destroy and decimate people Republicans are areas of New York City where there's not a Republican to be found anywhere in the city council You've got areas of California There's not a Republican standing for 50 60 square miles And yet they're the most unequal states in the country Why is it that people keep falling for these scams Why The answer is because liberals have a good sales pitch Their sales pitch is never vote for us vote for inequality Vote for high taxes vote for paying off the student loans of the wealthy vote to erode mass standards so only wealthy kids get to go to good schools where they learn math and the poor and middle class continue to suffer They don't say that They say vote for us because the other side's racist then we're going to protect you against them That is their only sales pitch That is only been there That is always their sales pitch And they're only sales pitch They don't care about you They've never cared about you Liberalism is a rotting forest fire and a cancer that destroys everything it touches Don't you find it odd that every place in the country dominated by these people is suffering suffering under the yoke of high crime rates And in no economic prosperity no opportunity for people You know second and third tier healthcare doesn't this ever bother you I'm not suggesting to you again I want to be crystal clear on this That Republicans have all the answers I'm not They don't I'm not suggesting to you that Republicans are the solution to all your problems But I am suggesting to you with certainty not suggesting I'm just saying it That the cause of almost all your problems is most definitely the far left Put a smile on my face sometimes thinking what we could do If we had a bunch of principles liberty love and Republicans in a supermajority For a ten year run or more The changes whole country Clean up the entitlement mess get a lid on spending pass a balance budget amendment Turn healthcare over back.

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The Red Wave is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Red Wave is Coming

"I talk about the red wave a lot. Look at Columbia South Carolina this week. This is a blue city. You know, Richland Richland county. 30 years of Democrat mares. The Republican won this week. Biden took Richland county by 38 points, I think. Republican won this week. The red wave

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GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

"The Democrats flooded Columbia South Carolina with endorsements for a mayoral candidate there named tamika Isaac divine. Obama endorsed her Jim Clyburn was heavily invested in her victory. Now this is Columbia South Carolina, and I know a little bit about South Carolina. I'm in. I'm in South Carolina today. In the upstate. In the Greenville Spartanburg Anderson area. I lived here, love the area. This is like home away from home for me, and I hope you don't mind me sharing my deep affection. For the people and the community of the upstate of South Carolina. Colombia is blue. Colombia is Richland county, Colombia, not elections in county, but Richland county is heavily Democrat. Biden carried Richland county by 38 points. All right? So it gives you an idea of the makeup of Columbia South Carolina. Guess what? The Republican Daniel Rick and man defeated the Democrat during Tuesday nights mayoral election. He won by four percentage points. Again, this was a race where the Democrat machine was heavily invested in trying to push tamika Isaac Devine over the finish line. Obama released an audio message to support him. Here's what's important. Colombia has been led by democratic mayors for 30 years the red wave is coming.

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The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance

"The epic times which is actually a very good paper by the way Very good to say Multiple January 6 defendants were taken out of their cells on stretchers at the district at Columbia Joe November 11 according to a court filing They sprayed something on them And I'm wondering if Philip bump is going to get down there and find out what the hell happened get off his fat ass from The Washington Post over there and just check it out He defends anything that's done to these people and everything that's done to these people He defends it But no he's not going to He's not going to Because he believes in it This is exactly what I've been talking about When I come to the meeting and not just the mean of course the Marxist left they could care

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Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump White House records

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump White House records

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a court temporarily delays release of former president trump's January sixth records a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked release of records from the trump White House sought by a U. S. house committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol the U. S. court of appeals for the district of Columbia granted administrative stay sought by former president Donald Trump effectively delaying at least until the end of this month release of the records that were to be turned over Friday after president Joe Biden waived executive privilege on the records trump went to court arguing as a former president he still had the right to exert privilege over the records the U. S. district judge rejected those arguments Tuesday and that same judge denied an emergency motion by trump Wednesday might

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State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

"I want you to hear the first sentence in USA Today to give you an idea that you're talking about a media that is the American media. That no longer even professed to separate opinion from news. Listen to the first sentence of the USA Today, which is just the left wing propaganda sheet. This is proof. Listen to the first sentence. Given a chance to repudiate the lies and misinformation spread last week about COVID-19 vaccines. By Green Bay Packers quarterback and company pitchman Aaron Rodgers State Farm punted. This is the writer Christine Brennan. I wonder if she went to which journalism school she went to Columbia University of Missouri. Given the chance to repudiate the lies and menace information spread last week. What lies in misinformation did he spread? I'd like to read further. Aaron Rodgers has been a great ambassador for our company, for much of the past decade, a company spokesman said in a statement to USA Today, sports Monday morning. We don't support some of the statements he has made but we respect his right to his own personal point of view. Do you know how rare that is in America? This was the most common thing, said in the United States about speech. We may not agree with you but we respect your right to have a different opinion.

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Wokeism Is Threatening Every Single Young Person's Future

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Wokeism Is Threatening Every Single Young Person's Future

"Is what do we do about the things we're not allowed to talk about? And that's one of the things I want to talk about. What do you do about the things that are thought crimes, right? And this is what's so great about elections is that you're able to do it in privately or unless you're supposed to be able to do it in privately, right? Which this is why we named our entire tour what we did, which is critical racism to our critical race theory, and I don't need to dwell on this too much. I know a lot of you have seen plenty of videos on this from us. But pure and simple, we did this tour because diversity equity inclusion woke is, whatever you want to call it, seeping into every single portion of American life is is threatening every single young person's future. And so what is it? So CRT, it's an academic theory that's not just an academic theory. It's now in every single form of American life from academics to military to corporate and I'll prove to just some examples in front of you, which it is a basis of trying to say, we are going to judge, we are going to stereotype. We're going to organize people based on the color of their skin. And super simply put, it's saying that things you can not change are more important than things you can change. Saying that your skin color is super important. Let me boil it down even easier to you. 75 schools across the country have black only dormitories. 75 schools across the country, where they say we are going to have dormitories for white people and dormitories for black people. Explain to me how that is not resegregation and Jim Crow two. Well, it is. It's racism. You don't have to overcomplicate it. And anyone defends it is a racist. And so now we have the reemergence of American racism under this veiled cloak of woke ism at Columbia University. They have black only graduation ceremonies. I mean, I was always raised in a country. You were too, that if you judge people based on the call of their skin, you're a racist. Oh, I'm sorry, you're not allowed to walk in this graduation ceremony because you have a different melanin content. Color your skin? Yes, that's ridiculous. You don't have to overthink it. I don't have to give an hour and a half lecture on why that's wrong. It's racist and it's bigoted, but it's happening

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The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | Last month

The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

"I don't know about you, but I like talking to John's mirror. And I was talking to him was a yesterday about John Dewey, Horace Mann, about education about what mcauliffe said before he went down in flames and John, I thought, let's keep talking about that because we had ten minutes here. And I said, this is actually so important. And that's why when he said what he said that parents shouldn't have the right to interfere in what the teachers teach I just thought that is one of the wildest statements I've ever heard. The idea that an adult running for office could say such a thing or even things such a thing, again, call me naive, but I was absolutely astonished. Well, it was a great moment of candor. Terry mcauliffe said in a debate, parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in schools. We have experts for that. That was very candid. And as I said last time, Horace Mann, the founder of mass compulsory public education in America, Horace Mann, school for teachers is associated with Columbia University. I remember seeing it when it would get off to Trevor bridge. He was a Unitarian. He kept that kind of quiet. He was a social gospel reformer, and he thought it was the job of public schools to save children from their parents. You had all these fundamentalist Christians who believed in the Bible. You had all these Catholic immigrants getting off the boat like my ancestors. And they had all these reactionary views. They were not on board with modern science with progressive ideas with eugenics with all the things that the progressive movement had in mind. A massive federal government managing the country from the top down as experts basically peeling away the old constitution. Woodrow Wilson, before he ran for president, wrote a book about how the constitution was this archaic obsolete rickety 18th century mechanism we needed clear it out of the way so that we could run the government according to the dictates of modern science. And by modern science, they meant Charles

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How 'Wokeism' Is a Threat to American Life With Megyn Kelly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last month

How 'Wokeism' Is a Threat to American Life With Megyn Kelly

"Issues. Let's talk about the CRT battle. You've decided to speak out about this, saying, I don't want to put words in your mouth. But you've given some opinions about this, especially given your own family in New York City and kind of all the drama surrounding that comment a little bit about where you think our country's at with this and do you consider kind of woke ism to be a threat to the American way of life? Yes, I do. I mean, I think it needs to be fought and we need all hands on deck, because while their army is a lot smaller than our army, it's powerful. And it may be small in number, but they have control of some key institutions, including the media, including academia, now sports, and so on. And so if we don't fight, they're only going to grow further and more powerful. So now's the time and I get that it's scary, but I'm kind of done listening to how scary it is because this is an existential moment for our country of our way of life. And I just interviewed John mcwhorter. You know, he brilliant Columbia University professor. He and Glenn Lowry, they speak sense when it comes to race and all this stuff that we've been listening to. And recorder just said to me and I quote, it's in his new book, make no mistake. They are coming for your children. That's exactly

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Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Describes When He Learned of 'The Fine-Tuned Argument'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | Last month

Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Describes When He Learned of 'The Fine-Tuned Argument'

"Program. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show, Hugh Ross, great to see you. Good to see you, too. Thank you. Well, I mentioned in the beginning of the book that it really was you who got me thinking about things, for example, like the fine tuned universe. I had literally never heard about that until about 1990 when I read your book, maybe it was fingerprint of God. I can't remember which book it was. But I was astonished to read this, having never heard about it. And over the decades, I have been quietly amassing more and more evidence as it piles up as science draws us closer and closer to the idea it's obvious and intelligence created the universe there's no way this just happened. When did you in your career first notice these things or become acquainted with the fine tuned argument? It probably goes back to my teenage years. I mean, I started getting serious, but astronomy, when I was 7 years of age and wait a minute. That's no teenager. That's a very early, you're probably the world's youngest teenager, you're smart. You probably achieved teenage dumb at age 7. Okay, so at age 7, what happened in your life to get you thinking about this stuff? Well, I was looking up at the stars and wanted to know why they were hot and my parents said go to the library. And that started me on reading four or 5 books on astronomy and physics per week. And during my teenage years, I actually launched a research study in astronomy with my telescope, looking at newborn stars and different gaseous nebulae. I wound up winning the British Columbia science fair, went on to the Canadian science fair and then I decided, hey, I'm going to continue that. I've been fascinated with astronomy ever since. But I've got struck by the fine tuning, probably beginning at about each 15 is when I realized wow. Now hang on, when you say the British Columbia science fair. How old were you when you won the British Columbia science fair? I was 17.

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DHS Secretary Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

DHS Secretary Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19

"The secretary of the department of homeland security has tested positive for the corona virus his office is on the Honda amaze your case is isolating at home and is experiencing only mild congestion DHS also says may orchids has been fully vaccinated and will work from home following CDC protocols contact tracing is being done to check for possible exposure among others may your guess was with president Biden Saturday at the annual national peace officers memorial service at the capitol he was standing on the podium separated from the president by First Lady Jill Biden the positive test requires may orders to cancel a scheduled trip this week to Columbia at Donahue

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Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last month

Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

"One one Here's something You will not hear from so many people you will not hear from CNN John Avalon who is a talentless know nothing You will not hear from D lamone You will not hear from whilst Fredo Cuomo Andrea Mitchell Brian Williams Tell gunner Bryant Eugene Robinson You know the whole host of miscreants malcontents and radicals In what is that How come flirt is not in the news How come governor desantis isn't in the news From the daily wire Florida rate of COVID infections third lowest in the United States last week By my calculation that means 47 states in the district at Columbia were higher How come Joe Biden hasn't mentioned Ron DeSantis in Florida Is the summer season has ended in the hot temperatures start to subside writes Hank beren all across southern states encouraging more people to be outside rather than inside together in the air conditioning the rate of COVID-19 infections in Florida has plunged so rapidly So rapidly that it has the third fastest descent in rates of cases in the nation over the last two weeks trailing only Alabama and Hawaii According to The New York Times chart yesterday Florida's case rate per 100,000 people over the last week was 13 13 Out of a 100,000 Third only behind kinetic in Hawaii which both had 11

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Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last month

Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

"I'm talking to my friend Jenna Ellis about the news of the day. We're talking about fear mongering. We're talking about vaccine mandates. Can you give us an update since you know a lot about the Supreme Court on what lies ahead? Because it is interesting to have a majority of people that we would consider actual constitutionalists. What do you suppose will happen in the next term? Yeah, it's going to be really fascinating. The new term started October 4th and there are already a few cases on the docket that are going to be argued into November and December that are going to have huge implications on religious liberty on abortion in the United States and on the Second Amendment. They've actually taken up the first Second Amendment case since 2008. And the District of Columbia versus Heller decision. So that'll be interesting and before we get into a couple of these cases, you mentioned, you know, we actually have a majority that are constitutionalists. Well, first, I hope so. And I don't categorize justice Roberts at all. Oh, I was talking about. So we hope to make me laugh. Have at least a 5 four. But what a lot of people say is, well, you know, you're just as activist than as the Democrats. We know that's not true because wanting a conservative majority means we actually understand what the judicial branch is designed for, which is to hold accountable the two political branches and to make sure to preserve and protect our world. Look, we've gotten trapped into this kind of language. The fact of the matter is, if you are not a constitutionalist and originalist, in my mind, you're an

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New York Must Allow Religious Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Judge Rules

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

New York Must Allow Religious Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Judge Rules

"Out of New York of all places, a federal judge. Extended the order requiring New York State to allow religious exemptions from its COVID-19 vaccinations. From that mandate for healthcare workers, it's a ruling that could help shape the legal landscape according to The Wall Street Journal around government required shots. This week, U.S. district judge David heard in Utica, New York ruled that the mandate conflicted with individuals federally protected right to seek religious accommodation from their employers. And Mark has this kind of bizarre all people are just faking it and you just can't throw that around. You have to have a sincere religious exemption. Well, Mark, you don't get to decide who has a sincere religious belief. We can't tell other people that. The guy I interviewed from Columbia South Carolina this week, he's a staunch Catholic. He says Mike Catholic beliefs. Impacted my decision to refuse to get the vaccine. Now this popular sportscaster is out of a job because his company fired him. You don't get to decide that for other people, but all of a sudden, conservatives think that's okay. That doesn't feel right

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Canadian Court Rules Misgendering Is a Human Rights Violation

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Canadian Court Rules Misgendering Is a Human Rights Violation

"Our neighbor to the north is becoming increasingly as are we by the way a police state. Here's an example. Not using people's preferred pronouns is a human rights offense. A canadian tribunal ruled while settling in employment dispute. The british columbia human rights tribunal ruled in favor of jessie nelson. British columbia restaurant server server. No long i don't know what's wrong with waiter allina. what's wrong. Waiter implies mail and waitress applies female and we can't possibly use that any longer. who was biologically female. But identifies as non binary right. It's not the same at all as transgender transgender is. We change your gender but non binary is there is no gender. that's by far. The most egregious attack on the dignity of the human species which is divided into male and female. The transgender does not deny that the human species is male or female. They denied that that they are biolo-. Biology is what defines their sex or their gender as they call it. But the non binary deny that there's even male and female there neither so the person needed to be called they and somebody worked refused to refer to the person as they and them and was penalized. And the it's now a human rights offense it's a It's against the law at least in british columbia. You must you must say them. That is what started. Jordan peterson in getting into public life when ottawa wanted to do the same thing dictate how you speak

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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:32 min | 2 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"And i think this is kind of neat So burst lumbia in in In the last ten years we've seen about a ten percent increase in hunter participation people buying their hunting licenses british columbia So where we're up to one hundred seven thousand Bc hunting license holders which is which is getting close to our. I think in the eighties. There was something like one hundred twenty thousand one hundred thirty thousand hunting license should be careful because i don't have that one on top mad but i recall that being somewhere in the neighborhood so we're so general growth in hunting Over the past ten percent in the past ten years. But she kind of interesting. And i i looked at this so there was two Two thousand two hundred sheep tags sold in twenty Twenty eleven and twenty twenty and then twenty twenty twenty twenty one twenty twenty twenty two twenty one. There's thirty two hundred. So i think if i'm out this right that's almost a thousand more tag which is essentially about a fifty percent increase on two thousand. So that's a significant increase when we're looking at a general increase in participation of ten percent but in the she punting interest is that considerable growth in interest which i which i think is remarkable. The other part about this is that the sheep harvest raise actually drops in the last ten years so that could be a well. Maybe i'll ask two questions. Sir are based on those numbers. I is adam. Alaska have have you seen and and as your as as the editor involved with the with the journal not hunting project. Have you seen an increase interest in sheep hunting within your following a readership Does do those stats make sense to you. It's the first i'm hearing those stats in. It's it's certainly surprising do that. it's that significant increase You know..

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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Mr hamilton straight off the airplane at a northern british columbia with a couple of big bull. Moose down. I think how was the trip l. Did i fall asleep there for a second there. Holy crap those things retiring like. Wow when in for what was originally scheduled to be ten days and ended up due to weather coming out on the thirteenth day. But yeah it's the last few days is is you say you end up hating it but the minute you step off that plane you're like when we come back so it's It was an experience really was so this. Is your first fly in trip your first backcountry lake. I know you you gross hunt. I'm not saying you're not experienced but it's it's different so it is. What's what's your thoughts of it so You freaking amazing. I know you got some bad weather. Back there You got to see what it's like with these northern florida operators right. That's an experience in itself right. It's his mind blowing in cool ways Yeah yeah it's Yeah what what was the highlight for you the ultra would you say the company. It sounds like but the key. The company was amazing. I couldn't imagine doing a solo hunt like that especially with the weather that came in and having to to spend so much time in a tent when some of the front's came in we were at the tent by three and we weren't leaving till nine the next morning and that's a that's a hell of a lot of time to spend with your thoughts when when it's coming down at like minus seven overnight and you're dealing fifty kilometer and hour gusts and snow and wind and it's it it really it screws with your mind a little bit and you really find out what you're made of sounds cliche and you go. You find out who you are when you do one of these hunts and when you're you're digging the polls in and you're you're looking okay. There's only two hundred more meters to go up this little slide and the winds coming down. It's well you do look inside yourself and you go well. It isn't mental game. At this point. I got all the right gear. I've got the direction i'm going. I've got everything. I need physically takes mentally. And that's that that was a big takeaway from me. I was like. Oh wow moment you hear people talking about it but until you've actually lived at and hiked it and slapped it aided and washed it and drank it etcetera etcetera it. Yeah yeah absolutely the that. That's the thing too is. You were a little bit later. Season wasn't super late season. It was but later season. But do the aug opener furhter sheep and then you have a totally different issue. You're dying of heat exhaustion so although you can have bad weather and all this as well in the mountains you know so Yeah the interesting that you've got some really crappy weather and And did impact your hunt. You're able to you guys didn't get on caribou. And that was the weather. I think sounded like maybe it was a bit of a factor there as well. Oh absolutely we. We landed on the the thirteenth and it was beautiful. We woke up on the fourteenth then. There was two inches of snow outside the tent. We went oh but we saw a care we right away. Three hundred meters from the tent game on and wasn't legal and then another one stood up. It might have been legal. And they buggered off not pretty much. Set the tone for the trip because the weather was so unstable. The animals just weren't moving We saw caribou up on one of the mountains. Like way up there in the alpine and on the day we flew out it was beautiful. But we're on the lake and those mountains editor about seven k..

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More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

"To this. this is this. Is stephanie rule and julia. Ainsley on msnbc now we have to turn to texas where the migrant crisis maybe on the verge of getting a whole lot worse. You've seen the pictures of haitian migrants camp under a bridge in del rio. Roughly twenty excuse me twelve thousand of them but now we're learning that thousands more could be on their way from columbia from panama from peru. That can triple the number of migrants in south texas. Nbc's mortgage huskies in del rio. Julia ainsley covers the vhs. She broke the story about this new group of migrants. That may be headed here. Truly at what. Can you tell us if you'd think about what has happened in haiti in the last few weeks in the last few years. It's a dire situation at home for them it is. There really isn't a home for these people to go back to stephanie. A lot of these haitians left their home country. Some around the two thousand ten earthquake others during the devastating events. They're both natural and political. That have occurred in haiti over these years. They've been living in south america. Many of them were there around the olympics. In two thousand sixteen their opportunities there have dried up. It is very hard for them to find work or find any way to feed their families and now according to internal documents that we obtained last night. Dhs monitoring a group of more than twenty thousand haitians that have all amassed northern colombia. Maybe the next group to come here. They're also more than a thousand and panama more than a thousand in peru. they're also monitoring these groups to see if they come. Thousands of haitians are gathering in other countries preparing to enter the united states. All dude to to to joe biden and his policies all due to this administration's open borders remember. When hillary clinton dreamed of open borders. It's coming to fruition.

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US sues to stop deal between American Airlines and JetBlue

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

US sues to stop deal between American Airlines and JetBlue

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the US sues to stop a deal between American Airlines and JetBlue the justice department and six states have filed a lawsuit to block a partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue in a statement Attorney General Merrick garland said the alliance would result in higher fares fewer choices and lower quality service if allowed to continue attorneys general of California Massachusetts Florida Pennsylvania Virginia Arizona and the district of Columbia join the lawsuit American and JetBlue said they will continue their alliance unless ordered by a court to stop the deal between the airlines was approved by the transportation department in the final days of the trump administration Mike Rossi out Washington

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"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"I'm wondering if you have a story that you could share with our listeners. About about yourself and it doesn't have to be coffee related anything that you'd like to share that. Maybe you were a point in your life you could turn left or right or there was an interesting time in your life that you could share with us. The there was a time where i was. You know working. As attorney in the prosecution department over in columbia and working as a prosecutor. I saw renewed interest in thin. You know interesting cases Some somewhere homicides. I would say a lot of wear homicides way what i was doing that i got rob one day and that was actually quite bad to the point You know ha ha. I i will say gombe point and and i would say those probably the closest experience to To that that. I i had my life on dab moment in my life made me realize that only i love my life and maybe i appreciate so much more what i have in my you know in my life and my family and everybody but also wounded buner. We are so we'd we'd died. It was sort of like a turning point where i was doing doing all this but at the same time i started thinking about lake. I'm not sure if i want to. You know to continue working as a prosecutor and my dad is an attorney in in columbia to and you know when you you know when your dad is like so proud that is doing the same thing and you. You know like So i was kinda like so proud that i was continuing with that same and then i'm pretty sure my dad was and but then i started thinking about all these teams like after that incident happened. And all those. Like no on on and definitely will a turning point to my life where i decided to do something different and and a lot of people..

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"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"An uncle pretty much live there so You know. I was blessed to have a great childhood. You know where there was. No cell phone involved. There was no you know Nowadays and you know we play outside for hours and you know she. She told me a lot a lot in my in my life you know but the biggest team was a farming family. Saw was i and You know. I got a lot of A lot of because of her must say so. Yeah i must say my. My grandma was my biggest inspiration still the day every day i think about her and all she passed on l. about ten years ago years ago and You know the thing is. I couldn't go. I couldn't go to you know to say goodbye to her. Because during that time i was in my My immigration process here and You know unfortunately i couldn't. I couldn't go back there and say goodbye to her. I guess what. I had a a lot of memories. We her and that's can transcend with me and you know with me and my my family that i have now well. It sounds like she was a wonderful wonderful woman to us. How has or has covert affected you or your business. Good embed more good actually than than bad columbia. Last year. many months. I would say more than six months Shut down completely. Every city in columbia has really strict. measurements. Nobody could go to cy to you know if you went outside you could have got a huge fine and even even go to jail so they really took it seriously. They really really really really seriously. I mean that to the point that the only way to god cy was based on the last number of your driver license or you. Id you only had basically one day that you were able to Do your groceries and you know the stuff that you needed to do so in in terms of the coffee plantations and coffee businesses..

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"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"You mentioned you know kind of searching around here not finding something that kind of met your expectations as far as colombian coffee and What was the the missing link that you saw there. Then i think that ties a little bit into something that we have not had here on the show before and that somebody who's actually having their beans roasted in columbia correct that's correct. So what was the missing link. And how did you get that in your coffee and your beans. How did that happen. You know talking about them missing missing link where we see a lot is like colombian coffee and you know coming from these plays and got roles. The here and things like that but being from columbia. What started researching these You know that farmers are in a huge need of many ways. You know actually to get back to my my background. I'm actually an attorney in columbia by work in the prosecution department. So i got actually to leave son of you know of. They colombian rough times where you know. Violence was big part of it. So but what. What kind of guy mean to thinking about you know helping. Farmers was dr like actually a lot of these. Farmers have been involving so many violence victim of You know these are unfortunately part of the colombian history of You know of the conflict over there. So part of the colombian bland to help. Those families have been you know son of dan to You know helping with the production of coffee. So part of my idea to this was to aid to help us marshals. I could in terms of not only helping them right over there. You know from peking begin the coffee by hand but also to help those families to leave out of the coffee production. So how can i help so all these got into like a less roasted coffee here too in colombia where you know the whole process can be in one place from the campaign process to the dry process to you. Know to send it to the roster rosary and get us marsh- basically as much help as i could so That's what kinda light got into the process of a i'm going to Do all that in one place. So that way everything is you know is. Is there a helping all those families. Asthma say can't so that's kinda got me into doing over there ride than doing over here and and that actually does help it. Helps in terms of giving the the the prophets directly to the farmers xetra. That's correct that's correct basically saying in one whole process in the same area everything is local is staying one whole area and way. There is more guarantee held to those farmers. At point i would. Roast are here. Because i think that's where the the business in in terms of You know it. I have to think about everybody to and there are people that some of my clients that were like. Also have it rose to here and you know. I think that's Definitely of the future plants to have dr also over here but ms stihler small business owner and Still still a pre brearley. Still you know. I mean i would say since i started seeing in two thousand nineteen to two now definitely have make a lot of progress but the end still is still a small small business. And i'm fine with that. So so the area that you source your your beans from. Is the area that you grew up in around. No so i grew up in the north part of columbia which is is the coast of columbia. But i didn't i didn't grow up in in kindy. Oh that's where the that's where the main place of my coffee comes from. But that's where my family members grew up scene so it's so hot and tropical weather..

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"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"And then how did you get from that to actually Roasted beans here in the states Yeah so So we having some family members also into the coffee business. I always heard about them that they they lived in the area for. Armenia are many deal which is one of the best best places. The you know the makes It's right in the center of the catheter Or a hiccup it there in the rain day in the king deal An excuse if i say that anus spanish but sometimes hard to a translator spraying one of the branches of the columbia and these and the altitude know perfect combination to have a great coffee. So it's about these thousand six hundred feeds about two thousand meter about the The ocean so that area actually one of my family members there and you know. I got kind of intrigued about the whole thing and when i moved to united states about thirteen almost forty years ago one of the my initial plans or thoughts was always to half my my own business and you know i had a dream like one day have you know and surely by surely you know i started thinking and thinking about ideas and all that and and and say was looking into hear him in madison. Wisconsin looking into places like to find the Gave me closer to that aroma of coffee. That a columbia. It was really hard to find and to have dad. I saw that that. So you you search those out. You tried to find that Kind of coffee experiences. What you're saying. Yes yes. I certainly did. Isp hours and hours in you know searching online and on everything and and you know. And and i. I would say the Brolly the lack of finding that around here was what kind of gummy gummy into You know looking into get into into this business in two thousand nineteen That's when everything You know kinda got into more into a reality..

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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"This is talk is cheap. A podcast by wild sheep society british columbia come along as we take conversations that matter to you into the high album stevo july twenty second. We're on the precipice of the sheep opener. some of us are anyway. I'm not going until mid september. So i'm not too excited yet. I understand you buy a sheep tag this year. I haven't yet but it will be. I don't want to eight around. I've still got some bear to be hunting august rate and the new new red state. You have to carry all your tags. And i don't wanna lose it. Yeah fair enough Yeah so we're literally What do we ten days away from the opener so Quick so you mentioned wildfire. What's what's are concerned there. Well yes People are going to be heading north out of the lower mainland and all over and pay attention to dry b. See i've got some friends that are supposed to be coming up tomorrow to visit and They're going to have to detour through kamloops and around because of the fires through a litany area hundred mile area. So pay attention to that. You might be hitting a roadblock road closure so yeah can't stress enough to make sure your your roots clear before you had great Yeah so we're not gonna spend a bunch of this. Get right to the podcast. This is a really cool one. I think we're episode thirty seven and we've got renee thornton non from the wild sheep foundation She's the woman had chair for the women hunt committee and they got a fantastic new program this year. That's really exciting. and You know you just hear the enthusiasm in rene voice she so passionate about this subject and You know i. She shared this program with the while. She said he'd be see here last week. And i just was so excited about. This is such a great opportunity for know a potential lady hunter. That's interested in getting into the hunting community so district great episode with rene. Don't they have lots of lots of cool stuff. She she puts out there. And yeah if you got a A woman hunter or a woman hunter. That's not experience. That's the key and one or one wants to get into it. You're going to want to give this a listen because there is a great opportunity here for someone at part of this is to promote You know this program from the wild sheep foundation it's It's a new program. They're looking for twelve lady hunters You know aspiring lady hunters really yep to And you'll hear all about it on the podcast so give it a listen and if you know somebody that maybe has any remote interest in hunting or a anything to do with that Share this with a mix of they get their application in. It's a pretty timelines. Have to have everything done by. I think renee mentions august. Ninth on the podcast so You know make sure you share this around and let people know about it. What's going on so my wife doesn't hunt Very supportive nothing wrong with it She doesn't have any issues with it. She just doesn't hide Doesn't avenue to what's going on. I know that your your spouse. She is interested. I think she's done some hunting. Has she harvests animal. I believe she has hasn't she no she hasn't actually. She's got a core. She's got her her pal..

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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Gt process You it's controversial controversial at times right but that there's a case where conservation and wildlife for winning because of an for those that don't know g g g is government government negotiations But yeah it's it's great That that burn a couple of years ago crater mountain. I think it was that there was some new technology. Wasn't it about their. They're dropping like little foil balls or something fireballs airballs. Yeah yeah. I remember seeing that in the pictures and just the the the look of a on the face of everybody participating almost a sigh of relief of finally this is getting burnt in work controlling type thing and is is. We're seeing around the province right now and in some spots across canada and we know californian austrailia the all get hit rate. It's fire is going to happen. And if if we manage it properly. It doesn't have to be anywhere near as devastating as it is right now to communities while said okay before we go off the episode here a couple of things. We got to new raffles out. Jurassic classic raffle It's fully donated by Rifles in steiner scopes They they've donated a sack. Eighty five fin light absolutely beautiful rifle topped with a steiner scope I think is around six grand atmos. Rpi on it And our goal is to sell it out We have the opportunity to make twenty thousand dollars on that raffle in every penny. Going to go on the ground in the fraser river. The fraser river project Bighorns that we've been working on the last two years. One hundred thousand dollars of our money's gone there so far and last night at a board of directors meeting. I think we've proved sixty thousand dollars for that. So this is a flagship project for the wild sheep. society be seen. It's a flagship project for wild sheep in bc The the fraser river bighorns of dropped off dramatically in the nineties do disease event and they've never recovered and this is the steps that are going to get us to that next level that we can see those numbers starting to come back with actually seen Some very early evidence of a great success in that in that in a river project. So we're really. I think the budget for this coming years. One hundred eighty thousand dollars a big chunk modeling said while chiefs put in sixty grand in. And we've got a bunch of funny parts are going to be twenty thousand from that rifle so you can see the importance of it right. It's really critical Of and you know if if you wanna get a chance to win a sweet rife okay. Yeah that's part of it but really like look what you're doing for wildlife conservation of wild sheep in british columbia when you're supporting raffle right and it takes only twenty five bucks. I ask me can can grab a couple of eight. So yeah exactly and then we just launched another one. it's a very very cool raffle It's the explain it. Because i don't think i'm going to do a very good job. What what it is. It's a trailer would. It doesn't sound great. It's a trailer. It's it's it's a gen to doghouse with. Badlands series digital camera roughneck edition tent. Basically it's a tent trailer. That.

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"columbia" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Here & Now

"All accounts. What they'll see is absolutely devastating. One of the residents who escaped from the fire was gordon. Murray talking to the cbc here about the loss of the town as small rural indigenous low income community and we're at the point the spear point of climate change. But it's coming for everybody. We're the canary in the coal mine. We we had the heat and the chaos but we weren't prepared so talking about climate change. They're and as he does. I'm seeing this report out this week. From the university of british columbia that says up to a billion clams mussels snails sea life in the shallow waters of the west coast of the province died because of this heat wave. Is there a sense. They're in western canada that these shocking conditions could be a new normal. I think that's really the concern. You know a both from people who live in these areas as well as the public officials. This really has been a chance for people to say. Hey if people in vancouver called an ambulance or people in burnaby called an ambulance and it didn't show up and the people of lytton only had minutes to get out of town. This is something that we need to prepare for in a different way. Cbs's lindsey done comb reporting from british columbia. Thank you so much for your time here. And now.

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"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The boundaries <Silence> of the federal district. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> proposal here <Speech_Male> is to shrink it down <Speech_Male> to the area around <Speech_Male> the capitol building the <Speech_Male> white house and the national <Speech_Male> mall. <Speech_Male> Everything else would <Speech_Male> then become the new <Silence> territory of colombia. <Speech_Male> This <Speech_Male> new territory could <Speech_Male> then just apply for statehood <Speech_Male> like any other territory. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The problem <Speech_Male> with this is the twenty-third <Speech_Male> amendment. <Speech_Male> Which would give the <Speech_Male> new tiny district <Speech_Male> probably <Speech_Male> consisting of just a few <Speech_Male> dozen people <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> three full electoral <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> votes. <Speech_Male> In fact the <Speech_Male> only people who <Speech_Male> actually live in that <Speech_Male> area depending on where <Speech_Male> the boundary is drawn. <Speech_Male> Might be the presidential <Speech_Male> family. <Speech_Male> So even <Speech_Male> this would require <Speech_Male> some sort of constitutional <Speech_Male> amendment unless <Speech_Male> you want to give the sitting <Speech_Male> president three <Speech_Male> free electoral <Silence> votes every election. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> other idea is <Silence> retrocession. <Speech_Male> A third <Speech_Male> of the district was <Speech_Male> returned back to virginia <Speech_Male> already. <Speech_Male> The idea here <Speech_Male> would be to give <Speech_Male> the rest of the land. <Speech_Male> Back to maryland <Speech_Male> and not have a federal <Speech_Male> district at all. <Speech_Male> This would give <Speech_Male> everyone in the city <Speech_Male> of washington representation <Speech_Male> in congress <Speech_Male> but it would be <Speech_Male> done through maryland. <Speech_Male> the twenty-third <Speech_Male> amendment could still <Speech_Male> exist. But it would be <Speech_Male> rendered mute if there <Speech_Male> wasn't a federal district <Silence> to apply it to <Speech_Male> pop over <Speech_Male> pretty much. Everyone <Speech_Male> in the district <Speech_Male> is against retrocession <Speech_Male> and pulls <Speech_Male> maryland. Also <Speech_Male> don't show support <Speech_Male> for retrocession <Speech_Male> likewise <Speech_Male> most people still <Speech_Male> want to have some sort <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of federal district <Speech_Male> even if it doesn't <Speech_Male> have the exact same <Silence> boundary says the current <Speech_Male> one. <Speech_Male> If dc did <Speech_Male> become state another <Speech_Male> issue would be what <Speech_Male> to call it. The name <Speech_Male> washington is <Speech_Male> already taken <Speech_Male> suggestions for <Speech_Male> the name of the state have included <Speech_Male> columbia <Speech_Male> new columbia <Speech_Male> potomac <Speech_Male> and douglas <Speech_Male> named after frederick <Speech_Male> douglass. Who lived there <Silence> for eighteen years <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> would <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> then be called the douglas <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> commonwealth <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> thereby <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> keeping the initials <Silence> <Advertisement> d. c. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the district <Speech_Male> of columbia <Speech_Male> is a unique place <Speech_Male> in the geography of <Speech_Male> the united states. <Speech_Male> It is a sui <Speech_Male> generis entity <Speech_Male> that is into territory <Speech_Male> or estate <Speech_Male> yet has some of <Speech_Male> the aspects of both <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> without really <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the benefits <SpeakerChange> of <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> either <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> associate <Speech_Male> producer of everything everywhere. <Speech_Male> Daily is <Speech_Male> thomson. <Speech_Male> If you'd like to support <Speech_Male> the show please donate <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> over at patriotair <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> dot com. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> There's content only <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> available to supporters <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> merchandise <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and even opportunities <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for a show <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> producer credit. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If you know <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> someone you think would enjoy <Speech_Male> the show. Please <Speech_Male> share with them. <Speech_Male> Also remember <Speech_Male> if you leave a five <Speech_Male> star review. I'll read your review on the show.

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"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Formerly requested that their land returned and on july ninth. Eighteen forty-six congress agreed. The part which was returned is now known as arlington county. Virginia and it looks like the missing puzzle piece to make washington dc square. This return was known as retrocession in be talking about it more in a bit. This is why washington dc today looks like a square cocktail napkin with about a third of a torn off today. Only the parts given maryland. Make up the district in eighteen fifty. The sale of slaves was outlawed in the district while owning slaves was still legal. The location of washington proved important in the civil war with the secession of southern states. Washington found itself literally boarding a foreign hostile country. Much of the union and confederate efforts during the war was expended in and around washington with all the southern members of congress. No longer present. Slavery was formally abolished on april sixteenth. Eighteen sixty two which made it an attractive place for freed slaves to settle after the war. The district exploded in population by eighteen. Seventy there were one hundred and thirty. Two thousand residents in the district seventy five percent more people than it had in eighteen sixty washington however was poorly managed. The streets weren't paved and basic sanitation was lacking. There is a movement to actually move the federal district somewhere west reflect the movement of the us population. Westward one idea was to actually move the capital to saint louis which at least from a geographic perspective actually kind of made sense. The city could be reached by most of the major waterways in the country at the time instead. Congress passed the organic act of eighteen. Seventy one. this totally reorganized. How the district was managed. There was no longer a separate charter for the cities of georgetown and washington. Now there was just one government for the whole district moreover the x. pacified quote that portion of said district included within the present limits of the city of washington shall continue to be known as the city of washington unquote..

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"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:31 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Clicking on the link in the show notes in seventeen eighty three. The continental congress was in session in philadelphia when they were besieged by. Revolutionary war veterans who hadn't been paid known as the pennsylvania mutiny of seventeen eighty three it highlighting to congress the need for the federal government to have its own area which it could control. Which wasn't reliant on any particular state government. James madison echoed this sentiment in federalist paper number forty three and spoke of need for a special area outside of the states which the federal government could control directly when the constitution was finally passed article. One section eight gave congress right to establish a quote district not exceeding ten miles square as made by session of particular states and the acceptance of congress become the seat of the government of the united states unquote. It didn't say where such a district was to be nor did it mandate that such district be created. It only said that could be created. It should be noted the odd language used in the passage. It says not exceeding ten miles square. The current area of the federal district is sixty eight square miles which seems to be in violation of the constitution. At first glance. That's because ten miles square isn't the same thing as ten square miles and more on that in a bit the establishment or the federal district along the potomac came about as a result of the compromise of seventeen ninety alexander. Hamilton and his. Federalists wanted the national government to assume state debts from the war and the southern states were against it. The compromise allowed for the new capital to be located in the south in exchange for the assumption of state debt. The exact location was selected by george washington who had his own plantation mount vernon nearby along the potomac river in virginia. The original district was a square ten miles on aside aka ten miles square. Approximately two thirds of the land was donated by maryland and one third by virginia. There were two towns that already existed in the area which became the new federal district. Georgetown maryland and alexandria virginia..

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"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"From the very founding of the united states there was a debate that took place amongst the representatives from the thirteen states. Where should the capital of the new country relocated. a compromise was eventually reached. Where the state of maryland in virginia would donate a total of one hundred square miles of land along the potomac river for the new federal capital. Learn more about.

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Of social management. Act now or the things that you love could be next. Good morning bill. How're things from beautiful smithers bc. Well the sun is shining today. Little bit of frost in the mornings. But it's warm up to the mid teen so that's feeling like spring summer. Now fantastic so you know. I get to see it out in you know in at the while she foundation board meetings. We often touch base there. And we've kind of missed out on that with kobe. So you know we've all kind of locked in a little corners of the world here and haven't been able to get together. It's kind of been a tough go for all of us here lately hasn't it. Yes yes certainly has right. Especially you know society what it's plugged into across inter provincially and internationally and then you know my role and and our wildlife health folks to write their role in terms of being leaders on some of the files that that are near and dear to sheep and goat people's hearts so It is challenge this border stuff. Yeah for sure. So bill For our listeners. Who you're on our very first podcast. talk is cheap. Which was awesome. We did a great horned aging Talk with you and but we didn't talk a ton about the conservation stuff. And i know most people that list our podcast know who. Bill jack is your. Your reputation goes far and wide in a very good way but you know for our newer listeners. Can you just kind of give us an overview talk about your position and just a little bit of your background. for wildlife management and conservation here in british columbia bill. Sure so i've been Yes i came to the province in ninety six. That's when i started with bc government and and it's worked sort of with wildlife habitat some enforcement stuff through those ranks. And and now. I hold the position of provincial. Wild sheep and mountain goats specialist which is a position that sort of grew out of necessity starting in about twenty twelve. Through to twenty fifteen. There was a lot of conversation in british columbia about the importance of Wild sheep and mountain goats. they're not atip as much as they are a freezer species. They're not the typical freezer species that people think about when they think about moves and elk deer so A lot of the funding that became available really went into those sort of bread and butter hunted species right not so much into sheep and goats but as the international focus ramped up and as while cheap society became Really grew right. I mean if look at the evolution of society itself over the last decade. it's grown so much and it's taken on such a leadership role in a whole bunch of different conservation. Initiatives.

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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:53 min | 9 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Is once in a lifetime. This is a draw that you're to get a chance to win super exciting. So yeah ben reached out he goes. I gonna personally guide the hunt. And i'm going to get while wildlife captured to donate it so this is a fully donated hunt from canadian. Wildlife capture guided by banbury cough with coastal inlet adventures of a lifetime. There's only thousand tickets available. Odds are very good on it. Tickets are fifty dollars a piece and we're going to run this through Until august it'll be drawn in august is season. And it's this exactly i attempt Twenty twenty one and this is really appealing for british. Columbia's out you know. A lot of these hunts guided hunt sir appealing to foreigners but bbc. How tough is it to get a roosevelt draw and and certainly wanted a coveted area. Like this you can't get it. It's the odds are so slim. I've been putting in for roosevelt for ever since i've been hunting here bbc and i've never got drawn right. I put in for areas known for better on spy or lower odds but fantastic And yet definitely want to get tickets on that. So that's available saturday Go to our website and it'll be under a raffle stab and you get Get tickets on that hunt so fantastic. Oh yeh just like just like everything else. Every single dollar stays rate here in bc and goes on the ground projects. What was our total dollars in two thousand twenty. That went on the ground from from raffles. Like this. Two hundred seventy thousand is what through actively we did. You know that's a lot and again you say it all the time. It just doesn't help the sheep. It helps feeling all the all the species right Stuff we hunt stuff. We don't hide everything benefits from it. So yeah it's across. The board absolutely caused could be better yet. Pretty exciting raffles on the badgers to butterflies and mule deer stone cheap rate. It's just because it says cheat society doesn't mean everything else doesn't benefit when we do projects like this so stoked stoke for this one and I i can't wait to get mine tickets right on. Okay episode twenty four. I believe we're up to it is hard to believe it's It's been a a wicked ride. Lots of great feedback from you guys. Keep the ideas common. We want to hear who you want to see on the show But this was really cool Were sitting down with. Tanner banished from frontiers men gear They're doing some fantastic work in custom knife world in british columbia We've partnered with them on the stony which we talk about on the show and Tanner brings up a lot of really cool aspects the knife making world a some really good relevant.

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"columbia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"columbia" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"I'm bob neat. And taraji and today's drivers are jewels and christine professional travelers content creators and podcasters. They've been on the road for over ten years exploring all the world has to offer and met while traveling impro- back in two thousand twelve working at a disaster relief nonprofit. They have been traveling together. Twenty four seven ever since along the way they started a travel blog called. Don't forget to move which over the years has become their fulltime job and now focuses on adventure travel and responsible tourism helping their audience. Experience the world in a more sustainable way. They also hosts a podcast nonstop bon voyage which is a comedic travel. Podcast where they talk about all things that can go wrong while on the road and today this shared with us some of those few things that went wrong while they were on the road such as having survived with farm animals in columbia and their adventures in their converted ban. Welcome deals and christine. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for happiness having us so. I know you guys are big travelers. And i'm super excited to hear all your stories because i'm sure you have a really crazy ones from all the places you've been. Let's start with which one you think. Is the craziest driving story of them all. Oh we have definitely had a little crazy driving stories a lot of the time. It's not driving as self <hes>. And the one that definitely comes to mind at the start would be al time. In northern colombia. Traveling at will play kabale. Bella which is pretty much a middle of norway pursuing. It's almost the northernmost point of south america and it's not a allowed to travelers go. They say it's kind of like the wild west of columbia so it's pretty far off the beaten track and even just to get it takes a bit of emission. He goes had couple of buses in a couple of different small mini vans. And then you finally get to a little place called arabia where you take you jump into a full and this is not your standard full by full. This is a four by four that has been so personally modified to have sate. Elise a dozen people in the back. Try like a pickup truck and the journey. There is four hours of bumping around in sloshing around in the mud depending on the season being crammed with about a dozen people into a full person seda and picking up a lot of livestock along the way like chickens and guards in all kinds of crazy things. So you are basically crammed in the back of this four by four with at least a dozen other people of course all locals. We were the only other travelers who went that far. I guess and then random animals start coming in so we had piglets on the floor. We had baby goats on the floor at a chicken on my lap at one stage. I think i had a baby on my lab. I wonder if we had a little baby. Sir whose baby was but there was a lot of south coming in and on our way back out was the same thing tons of livestock tons of animals just like feathers everywhere and we were leaving very early in the morning. It was maybe four. Am before it was even light out. And we were stopping at all of these farms in little houses along the way and we had some unexpected visitors strapped to the roof. We had three shoes. Desert tortoises will probably about six foot wide <unk>. Honestly the biggest ever seen in my life and about five or six men were putting it on top of the roof. I don't know where it was going. The poll seeing but <hes>. Yeah it was quite a wild ride. Yeah it was literally wild. Ride just filled with animals animal. The funny experience is that common for them to like four turtles or tortoise on the roof that he's definitely how i told us on the roof experienced but it is quite common for them to travel with livestock especially when you're traveling in rural areas in indigenous communities. Quite common for them to you. Know they got the coming from the local markets so they've got a chicken and it's tied up. They've got a guard or luke pig. Hug todd their fate name jumping the boss jump jumping the car and go back home. And that's fairly common. We they call it. Chicken buses in central america raisin. There's a lotta chickens on him. Where the animals with you for most of your trip or like how long were you with. The animals offset hotan. So this place. Here is is pretty oscillated. So this is a few rule. Sort of villages <unk>. Affiliates little so to commune areas along the way but most of the people going from sort of point either point bay and they traveling with all that livestock eight a two they were bringing it back so yeah pretty much the whole four hours. We will sloshing around in the back of these full by four pickup truck with a whole bunch of animals and people just like one guy with a chicken. Walk it off but then one guy with tj can gets on so it's always balancing let made you choose to go there out of all the places since it's not a very typical worse destination executives and at that point we had spent probably <hes>. Maybe a year in latin america. And we were just ready to get like pushed the boundaries. And get even far off the beaten track and just really wanted to go where we're not going to be surrounded by backpackers cause of knives and colombia and peru in those countries you kind of end up on the tourist trail and you just get stuck with me. No and it's great. You make a lot of friends that way. But you're kind of sick of just being surrounded by backpackers all the time. So we wanted to go somewhere where it's just all locals. We could really get to know the culture and just push boundaries basically and that seemed like the best option and it was an interesting experience. We're definitely the only travelers we saw their ended up sleeping in hammocks outside of this cabin thing in the wind and the rain and we just wayne in this hammocks is pretty intense but it was beautiful just super rugged pristine landscape out there right on the coast but still very desert and dry and yeah is really gorgeous and we'd heard that the junior was half the adventure and definitely was probably one of fiber journey stories that we tell because destination was out there. But you know we've been traveling for eight years ten years

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"columbia" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"columbia" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"But I had a wonderful professor Columbia law school later moved to Stanford, Jerry he was in charge of getting clerkships for Columbia students and I called every federal judge in the second circuit in the Southern East Eastern District of New York, and he was not meeting with success. So he called a Columbia graduate, Edmund, who was Colombia undergraduate, Columbia Law School graduate and always took from Colombia and Say. I strongly recommend that you engage Ruth bid against Palmieri's response was I've had women markers. I know they're okay. But she's a mother and sometimes we have to work on weekends, even on a Sunday, so professor said. A chance that that she doesn't work out. A young men in her class who's going to a downtown firm will jump in and take over. So that was the carrot. There was also a stick and the stick wass. If you don't give her a chance, I will never recommend another Columbia Columbia graduate as you are. That's the way it.

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