35 Burst results for "Columbia"

Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

"Chinese Canadian pop star Chris whoo has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in China on charges including rape. Wu was given 11 years and 6 months for a 2020 rape. He was given a further one year in ten months for the crime of assembling a crowd to engage in sexual promiscuity. It occurred at a 2018 event in which he and others allegedly assaulted two women they had gotten drunk. The June trial of the 32 year old former member of the South Korean group exo was close to the public to protect the victim's privacy, whoo, grew up in Guangzhou in China and in Vancouver British Columbia. I'm Karen Chammas

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Happy 80th Birthday, Mr. President

The Trish Regan Show

02:02 min | Last week

Happy 80th Birthday, Mr. President

"President is now 80. This is kind of a big deal because again, it's a first. It's a historic first. We have a very old president, but I think that's pretty evident to everyone. One of the questions now, however, becomes whether or not he's going to continue on, right? Because at some point you just say, I'm getting up there like Nancy Pelosi did, right? Well, you're getting up there, plus you're losing. And thus you have to start to say, maybe it's time for a change. Maybe the Democrat party needs to think about who else? Who else is out there and I'm not talking Kamala Harris because I don't think that she's winning material in any way, shape or form. It would be great for the GOP actually if they were to run Kamala Harris. But right now, it's looking increasingly like Joe Biden wants to maybe do this again, at least that's the message that he has been conveying recently in the media. They say they're going to look at it more closely between Thanksgiving and Christmas. So, you know, that's like right about now. But he would be 82. 82 when he's running next time around, and then he would be, well, let's do the math. 86 by the time he leaves office. Already, he has shown numerous signs of his age. I'm not an ageist, you know that. And I do believe it's just a number. However, there are certain realities that you can not ignore when you're 80 years old. We've seen him now show signs of slowing. And if I am not talking about mental, I mean, I think in some way, shape or form, that's been obvious for a long time, perhaps even as long as 40 years ago, because you just can't ever quite seem to say the right thing. I do believe he was speaking about visiting Columbia recently when he meant Cambodia. So that kind of stuff. But, you know, he's done that forever. But nonetheless, there are some issues, certainly physically, you've seen he has a much slower gait right now, a halting gait and that's sort of in contrast to what we saw. Even as short as two years ago in 2020, remember, and he was jumping onto the stage on election night. So

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David Berlinski Describes His Early Years

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | Last week

David Berlinski Describes His Early Years

"David, you know, I think I want to ask you a little bit about yourself and your life, I can't help myself. I do this instinctively. People think it's some interviewers hat that I wear, but I did this long before I ever had any kind of show or something. I just want to know what are people come from? Where do they get? So you grew up in New York. Oh, I grew up. I was born in New York in 1942, February 1942, just a couple of months after my parents arrived in the United States. And I don't think I went to kindergarten. I don't think the work in the gardens when I was growing up. But I went to elementary school and then I went to Bronx science and then I went to Columbia and then I went to Princeton entirely in New York experience. First time in my life, I left New York. It was to go to Stanford in California as an assistant professor. Okay, so you were in college in the early 60s. Late 50s or early 60s. Late 50s, early 60s. When did you know and I don't know if you can answer this question, but I'll ask it. When did you know that you were intellectually remarkable? Was this something that you knew already in grade school or that your parents knew to go to Broncos? No, I was a terrible student. That was lazy. I was indifferent. I was completely occupied with anything but the curriculum. And that went through Bronx science and once most of Columbia. So only when I got to graduate school that I said, you know, there's something interesting here. It was a very you don't get into Colombia by being a dunderhead. You clearly cared enough to go to college and to go to an Ivy League school. That was expected. What was your major as an undergraduate? It was history. History, especially medieval history. Did you have or I should say, did you ever did you have a sense at that very young age of what you might want to do with yourself? I mean, if somebody said to you at age 18 or 19, what do you want to do when you grow up? Well, you have to remember how different the academic environment was in the late 50s and early part of the 60s. And academic career seemed just terrific to me. You could do very interesting work, you were protected, you were an academic environment. You had interesting colleagues. And you could teach. That just seemed to me like a very good deal.

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DC AG filing civil suit vs. Commanders, Snyder, NFL, Goodell

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

DC AG filing civil suit vs. Commanders, Snyder, NFL, Goodell

"The District of Columbia's attorney general is filing a lawsuit against the Washington commanders its owner and the NFL I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mister Schneider lied to D.C. consumers when he denied knowing anything Anything about the allegations of a hostile work environment and culture of sexual harassment D.C. attorney general Karl Racine laying out the central allegation behind the civil consumer protection lawsuit against the Washington commanders owner Dan Snyder the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell The team is the subject of multiple ongoing investigations also including potential financial improprieties The NFL had conducted its own probe but Racine says the league and Snyder had a private understanding This agreement enabled information about the investigation to be shared with mister Snyder and gave him the keys to determine what could and what could not be shared with the public Ben Thomas Washington

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Details Retracted & New Details Emerge of Paul Pelosi Attack

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Details Retracted & New Details Emerge of Paul Pelosi Attack

"Here's what you need to understand. Everything the police told you, everything the mainstream media told you about this, they have now retracted. So we played you yesterday, we had the 9-1-1 call. You heard it for yourself on this program, where the officer was saying that Paul Pelosi called the attacker his friend called him by name even though he did not know who this individual was. We all heard that with our own ears, right? Well now they're telling us that's not true, none of that ever happened. But here's what we can tell you. The pro nudist progressive druggie who attacked Paul Pelosi is in fact an illegal alien. The guy grew up in British Columbia and was not supposed to be here. He's been living here illegally. Just seems to me, ladies and gentlemen, that if Joe Biden would have done his job, Paul Pelosi would not have been whacked in the head with a hammer, allegedly. So again, you're not going to hear the mainstream media talk about this because they want you to believe that this guy, this raving lunatic, is a right-wing extremist, but he's not. Now according to new documents, court documents released. They're saying this guide to pape was prepared to detain an injure speaker Pelosi. He had zip ties, tape, rope, and at least one hammer with him when he broke into the house. By the way, where is where is the where's the security footage here? Where is the body cam footage? And according to the police department, they did not turn their body cameras on until after the attack had allegedly taken place.

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Poor Conditions at Raphael Warnock’s Secret Low-Income Apartments

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

Poor Conditions at Raphael Warnock’s Secret Low-Income Apartments

"The free Beacon Andrew Kerr and a lot of Goodman A low income apartment building owned by Raphael Warnock's church is plagued by pests maintenance problems and filth According to residents in at least two people have sued the after the elevator allegedly collapsed on them Now remember this This is the guy that threw out tenants because they were 30 bucks behind On their rent In order to try and cover his tracks and the tracks of this historic church that he's gotten involved in this apartment complex they set up a corporation It's called the in the building is the Columbia tower at MLK village And obviously most of the people who live there in minorities and most of the minorities are black Residents of the Columbia tower at MLK village complained about living conditions in the building Telling the Washington free Beacon that garbage is left to pile up in the storage rooms for days creating an overwhelmingly trash smell common areas aren't maintained And the air vents produce a sickening amount of dust He's a slumlord mister producer so many words isn't he Tenants also said the elevators often break down in a handicapped residents have had to call the fire department to carry them to the rooms The allegations follow a free Beacon report notice it's not The New York Times or The Washington Post or any of these others It's a small organization the free Beacon A conservative site The allegations follow a free Beacon report that found Columbia tower and attempted to evict at least 8 low income residents over unpaid rent since the start of the pandemic including one tenant who owned just 28 bucks

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Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss the Durham Investigation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss the Durham Investigation

"It is none other than Joe de Genoa former U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia and his muse Victoria dancing formerly of the Senate intelligence committee. Welcome both to America first. Great to be here. Really? Great to be here. Quite a week. I'm not sure if it's a good week in terms of the things that are leaking out into the press. Let's talk first about the danchenko trial that is being started in Virginia, Alexandria, the reports from The Wall Street Journal this weekend are that John Durham is winding down the investigation. If he is winding down, should we be satisfied with the indictments he's brought Joe? No. No, if he is winding down and I assume this is a strategic leak that he is. We should be disappointed because what we end up with with the sussman case and the danchenko case. Is an example of Durham being an institutionalist, not wanting to take on the FBI and the DoJ making the cases where the FBI was quote unquote lied to. When in fact, the FBI knew it was being lied to and used that fallacious information to continue illegal Pfizer listening warrants. So I think while I think Durham is a good man, I think he is a failed institution list. I feel very badly about this because he would not take on the corruption of senior FBI and DoJ officials. So I consider his mission a failure. He said, wouldn't Joe and I looked at these indictments, we said, why is the FBI a victim? They were this is the point that all the people are being indicted. People who aren't part of the machinery. Right.

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Liberal, Or Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | Last month

Liberal, Or Left

"So mom, tell me your three, four core beliefs. Or ask her, I have a column of 32 questions to ask if to find out if someone's liberal or left. Ask her if she thinks Columbia University having a black graduation and a black dormitory is part of her liberalism. Just ask her that. Okay. And let me know what happens. Hey, mom, you think I'm in give birth mom? You think an 18 year old should be able to decide to have a surgeon cut off her breast because she says she's a boy, mom. What do you think about that mom? You think kids are not born male or female? That's the position of the American medical association, mom. What do you think of that? Of course, if you really want to get into the weeds, hey mom, how come I put only invaded Ukraine under democratic presidents and not under Trump? Boy, would I like to hear a Democrats answer on that one? Well, I really would. I'm not even interested in arguing with them. I would just like to know how they confront reality.

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28 dead as Julia drenches Central America with rainfall

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

28 dead as Julia drenches Central America with rainfall

"Dozens are reported dead after the path of hurricane Julia drenched Columbia and cut across Central America Former hurricane Julia has dissipated but is still drenching Guatemala and El Salvador with torrential rains The national hurricane center says flash flooding and mudslides continue to be a threat in Central America and southern Mexico through Tuesday More than two dozen people have been reported dead due to the storm the nation of El Salvador has declared a state of emergency Police there say a man died when a tree fell on him and two other people died after heavy rains caused a wall of their home to collapse The Rio Grande de San Miguel was a roaring torrent and channel 12 captured locals in San Miguel banding together to try to pull a car out of the muddy floodwaters The storm damaged homes and ripped roofs off in Colombia president Gustavo Petro flew over the Peninsula of la Waha on Monday and was pulled across a swollen creek on a float wrapped in plastic to visit communities still divided by floodwaters I'm Jennifer King

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Harry Cohn and Rita Hayworth's Tumultuous Relationship

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:01 min | Last month

Harry Cohn and Rita Hayworth's Tumultuous Relationship

"Harry Cohn at one point took all the credit for creating Rita Hayworth. He was obsessed with her. I don't blame him. She's my tippy top. She was Columbia's first sex goddess in the 40s. But she kept getting married. Her first husband was a 40 year old car salesman, then she married the director arson wells, then she married Ali Khan, who was the arid parent to a Muslim throne, then she married the singer dick James. Every time she got married, her box office started declining. It eroded to the point where it was shit. And her marriage to Khan, who was a huge Playboy huge womanizer, that kept her out of pictures for two years. And it really infuriated Harry Cohn and it really alienated her fans. So after Rita Hayworth returns to Hollywood in 51, Cohen wanted one of her pet projects, which was Joseph and his brethren, and until then, her husband dick haymes had come into Harry's office with a perfectly chiseled beard and demanded to be cast as Joseph. And instead, Harry Cohen decided to get back at Rita Hayworth because it was still madly in love with her and he was also pissed that he let Marilyn Monroe slip away, believe it or not, and I can believe this because I'm one of those people who's not super impressed by Malin's beauty. I'm just not like there's certain pictures I get it, and the voice I hear it. But when you take everything into account, she's not my favorite movie star or sex bomb, not at all. And I think she was like probably too big and too sloppy and fucked everybody just not my cup of tea. But Harry Cohn felt the same way he wasn't impressed by her beauty. He didn't renew her contract in 1940 to 6 month contract. And he said, you know what? I'll take the next pretty girl that walks in my office and wants to be a star. And he did just that. And that was Rita Hayworth.

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Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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 NYC hospitals to pay $165M to women abused by gynecologist

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

NYC hospitals to pay $165M to women abused by gynecologist

"In the sexual abuse case of a New York City gynecologist two New York hospitals have agreed to pay more than $165 million to 147 former patients who have accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse and misconduct Robert haddon surrendered his medical license after being convicted in 2016 on sex related charges He currently awaits trial on charges of sexually abusing dozens of young and unsuspecting female patients for over two decades Columbia University Irving medical center and New York Presbyterian had already reached a settlement to establish a $71 million compensation fund last

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Who Can Speak Freely on University Campuses?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Who Can Speak Freely on University Campuses?

"However, I want to go to the list of the most absurd universities that you probably don't want to see in your kids too if you want them to have an open mind and have the freedom of speech. Skidmore, I have never heard of skidmore university. You just give more college as a private college. They're amongst the top 5 words. Georgetown university, I think it's rinsler, polytechnic, I could be saying it wrong, it's a private university. University of Pennsylvania and Columbia university. And so kids from Colombia university has something to say about them being ranked last, obviously there was a mixed emotions when they were interviewed on campus. But one of them said, I think everyone here is very open minded and so I'm not sure are really sure where this is coming from. And in the article we read, it says, however, Rihanna, a senior at Avi Lee school, said, of course, people think they can't say things. I think people think they might be judged by the majority. If you go through the statistics and you look at the biases, right? I mean, you would think that people on campus that are afraid to speak would be generally anybody who wants to speak out. However, there's a disproportionate representation of conservatives. That are afraid to speak out. According to statistical data from fire dot org, it says that conservative students are most likely to feel they can not express their opinions freely with 42% reporting that they often feel uncomfortable speaking freely compared to 13% of liberal students.

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The President Doesn't Understand Basic Economics

The Trish Regan Show

02:14 min | 2 months ago

The President Doesn't Understand Basic Economics

"Recent comments by the president. For example, what he was saying out there over the weekend referring to gas prices. Here we go. And in 41 states, plus the District of Columbia, the average gasoline price is less than $2 and 99 cents. Not exactly true, in fact, it actually took CNN to have to come out and correct him on that one. There's nowhere in America right now. Not 41 states actually nowhere. Where gas prices are less than $2 and 99 cents. Now maybe he gets his twos in his threes mixed up, The White House had to come out and change the record, set the record straight on that in the transcript. But it's not that he just doesn't know the price of gas, nationwide, which, by the way, is $3 and 68 cents a gallon right now. It's that he is taking credit, repeatedly for things by just messing up his numbers whenever he seems to think it's worthwhile to do so, listen to him here. Gas prices. I know I got criticized for going to the stockpile. Well, guess what? Gas prices are down. A dollar 30 a gallon. Well, maybe in the last couple of months, but if you actually really want to think about that, gas prices are up a dollar 29 about a dollar, 30 cents. He came to office. In January, January of 2020, the national average was $2 and 39 cents a gallon. Now it's 360 eight. Which do you prefer? He's very proud that he's gotten the numbers to come down recently. That was in part, of course, because he went and tapped something that is not supposed to be tapped. And now I got criticized for going to the stockpile. Well, guess what? Gas prices are down. You got criticized because there's something called the strategic petroleum reserve. That stockpile is strategic, meaning it's there if the security of our energy supply is in fact threatened, and it turned out our energy supply security was not being threatened, but politically speaking, the Democrats were. And he's going to

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"Red flag" laws barely used even as shootings and gun deaths soar

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

"Red flag" laws barely used even as shootings and gun deaths soar

"An Associated Press analysis finds the red flag laws touted as a tool to stop gun violence are rarely used an in depth look by the AP found many U.S. states barely used the red flag laws passed in an effort to prevent shootings before they happen It's a trend blamed on a lack of awareness about the laws and resistance by some authorities to enforce them In the District of Columbia in 19 states that have such laws they've been used just over 15,000 times since 2020 in Chicago where Illinois law allows police to take firearms away from people who threaten to kill the law has been used just four times since 2020 even though there have been more than 8500 shootings resulting in 1800 deaths In New Mexico they are red flag law has been used 8 times during that period amid nearly 600 gun homicides in Massachusetts just 12 times with nearly 300 deadly shootings Experts say the use of the laws are woefully low not enough to make a dent in gun violence considering the millions of firearms and circulations and potential warning

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Chris Elston on the LGBTQ's Divisive Rhetoric Around Transkids

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Chris Elston on the LGBTQ's Divisive Rhetoric Around Transkids

"Changing the biological agenda of a child is impossible. But what they do to them physically and with chemicals, that doesn't make them sterile at all, and words on a billboard. A bullying. Welcome to the wonderful world of the left. I'm Sebastian gorka this is America first one on one with very special guest in studio with the line to have him with us. He's known as the billboard Chris. He is Chris elston, and I need to ask you, Chris. Are you a bully? If standing up for children and speaking out against the sterilization and maiming of children makes me a bully, I'll gladly accept the label. So that video was people engaging you in what you do and I just want to say from the outset God bless you for doing what you do. You go into the lines then with a billboard with statements of truth of immutable undeniable truth and you take the slings and arrows, let's start by finding out where was that? Who are those people saying that removing a child's breasts, a pubescent girl's breasts, and giving lupron the chemical castrating drug to a young boy doesn't make them sterile. Who are those people? So that was in burnaby, British Columbia, which is a suburb of Vancouver. That was at their pride festival. And I've been going to some of these because these aren't celebrations of gay rights and loving who you want to love anymore. These are essentially celebrations of mutilating and sterilizing children. And so we need to be able to have conversations and a lot of the gay community backs me on this. A lot of the gays and lesbians are not even welcome at these festivals anymore. This is the latest development. We'll talk about that because that's absolutely fascinating that what would be called it the first wave of homosexual rights activists are being pilloried by the transgender extremists and there's this fracture growing between them, which is a fascinating development,

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LA man jailed in Venezuela begs for Biden not to forget him

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

LA man jailed in Venezuela begs for Biden not to forget him

"A Los Angeles attorney being held in Venezuela says in a jailhouse recording that he and other Americans feel abandoned To bring you psychologically Abe and Hernandez has been held in a Venezuelan jail for some 5 months After reportedly unknowingly crossing the border from Columbia in a recorded statement released to the AP by his family Hernandez says he and the some ten other Americans including 5 oil executives and three veterans being held by Nicolas Maduro's government feel forgotten I feel like our government has abandoned us and dismissed us and that they don't care about us Hernandez and at least three of the others have yet to be classified as wrongfully detained severely limiting the U.S. government's ability to push for their release I'm Tim McGuire

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"columbia" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on What's the 311

"Welcome to the song you travel podcast on my travel podcast. It's Columbia. So we know Colombian is beautiful. The culture is large, it's fun and vibrant. The sights are gorgeous. So you have bed Tyrone, national park. It's nature will reef lagoon. It's a national attraction in Columbia. It's on the coleslaw on board on the Caribbean Sea. This hiking rock climbing. This beautiful Turquoise water. And you have San Andreas Allen. You gotta take a short plane ride to this one. Set on Dre's islands where the view is, but it is beautiful. It's around on all sides by the Caribbean Sea. The island has a water front. You can actually sip or drink cocktails. Then you have tiara Detroit tombs. This is a series of trapdoors. So it's like a mysterious landmark in the southwest of Colombia. Then you have the coffee plantation. So Colombian coffee plantation and you can enjoy a cup of black gold. I love coffee. You had this sandwich. One of the most beautiful work of art or culture in South America and Colombia border with it. I could do. Within the church is built into the cliff is a museum with lots of history, could these roles, so we'll check that out. You have car to gain an old town. It's one of the oldest Spanish colonial settlements in South Carolina. How do genus rich with culture and history stroll down the streets? You're gonna see old walls and you're gonna climb into a carriage horse ride for a tour. And you're gonna be seeing that they sell tropical fruits are actually being sewn on sold on the street. Then you have the salt could de draw. This is a salt mine. So you will want to check that out. Then you have the lagoon. This is just for views. It's a late, most likely form when the grounds are around the area become weeks because of the excess salt mine in the region and becomes a sinkhole of sorts. So you gotta be careful, but you can still check that out. You have the Amazon jungle. So you want to check that out. You have Cali. If you wanted done salsa, you wanna be a Cali. So yes, thank you for listening to us on your child podcast. Please give it a 5 star review on speakers Spotify. Have you ever seen a travel cast app? I will be posting pictures on my Instagram and I 7 9 5. You can leave a comment here on SV 7 6 6 7 5 two gma dot com. Please listen to my son's album sounds on Apple Spotify. You can follow me at this, so he's going to be able to say he's had a picture of YouTube, Facebook, and I always say if y'all got places that y'all want me to talk about that y'all have been and you can actually provide pictures like some of y'all do I say thank you and I truly will appreciate it. Thank you and have a blessed blessed night.

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"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

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"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

"They would have correspondence dinner and he was basically he brought in the Russian journalists who had been forced to leave and basically his message to the American press sitting there was like, you do what they would do if they had the opportunity in this country. And he was getting at the point that we just we forget how fragile a lot of this stuff is. So are you talking about the school as an institution having a stronger voice on these issues as a sort of collective? Sure, but I also think that we have the opportunity to moderate a bigger conversation. And I don't think that as a matter of fact, I think just the opposite. It would be more effective for that conversation to have many partners and for Columbia journalism school to be one. We have this amazing perch in this city, which is the media capital of the world, and if there is a conversation that should be had on this Columbia University is as good a place as any. I can think of. But I think that we'll need to have buy in from a lot of different institutions, a lot of different types of institutions about what we're really kind of what we're doing and how we should be doing it. Can I go back just briefly on what you were saying about going, for instance, to HBCUs and sort of putting out the message, making sure that people understand that Columbia should be something that they should consider. Is it your sense that this place is starting from a with a sort of negative balance in terms of their perceptions of what the experience will be here, especially for a journalist of color. Or is it just sort of a matter of making sure it's on that radar? Is there work to do to just get them to eliminate negative? Perceptions? That has not been my experience in terms of the pull..

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"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on The Kicker

"Hi, welcome to the kicker. I'm Kyle Pope. Editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, the future of journalism education. So the Columbia journalism school announced this week that its new dean will be jalani Cobb, who's been a professor at the school, a writer for The New Yorker, a writer of books, a producer of documentaries, and my boss. CJR is published by the Columbia J school. So jelani has a lot that is going to be on his plate as he steps into this job from the role of journalism at a politically fraught time to diversity efforts at the J school and in journalism to the incredible high cost of going to an institution like Columbia. All of this is on his plate and all of this is the subject of our conversation. Welcome jelani. Thank you. So, you know, it strikes me that these a job like the dean of the Columbia journalism school is always, there's always, it's always sort of fraught and it's always, there's always a lot going on. It just seems like this time though, it's like, I was just ticking in my mind, the list of things that are on your plate. I mean, we've got and just big picture issues like, how much does J school cost versus what the job market is? What is happening at the J school in terms of diversity, both among the students and the faculty. What is the role of journalism in a kind of fraught political time? And what is the role? And what does a place like Columbia do to address that? And then there's this whole ongoing debate about objectivity and what do journalists think about the moment that we're in now. So how do you prioritize all that? What is your, what's your first mission coming in? Yeah, I mean, I think that the important thing about a job like this is that you have to be able to cook on all burners. But the most crucial thing, I think, is that for us internally is the cost of journalism school. Where we are looking at what's happening, the stagnation is happening in the American labor market generally. And we're seeing that in the journalism market, particularly. That's going to be something that we have to address. That's something that's at the forefront of my mind, actually. And in the conversations I had with the upper administration and the committee prior to taking this, that was the probably the bulk of those conversations. The other part of it. Can I just stop you on that? That's obviously a practical problem. But is there a kind of like, I don't know if the words moral, but you see it framed that way. How dare a place like Columbia charge this much money, do you understand that the facet that facet of the argument? I do understand it. I also understand, and I don't want to be defense sitting here. I'm just going to say I see it from both of these perspectives. What I talk about my students will say, you know, what you're paying for is in part access to the faculty in part, access to the facilities, the resources that amazing library on the other side of the campus. But the network that's another part of it is being very Frank. And Columbia's network alumni network is astounding. And highly placed in extremely influential and that's part of it..

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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

08:15 min | 1 year ago

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

"We had so much fun together. She was a blast. And then there was a s- lane. April brandy brea. Tiffany stacey renewed Danny catherine brie and then myself and then linda dumber. And so you know like rene mentioned. We're talking people from all walks of life different locations. Different ages you know. We were giggly tearful and focused together and I really feel that. I have fourteen new women friends and There is no doubt in my mind that we will be forever and i discussed. I just don't know where you get that type of experience from ever in your life so for me. That was really touching. Try not to cry. I'm gonna like just stop it there but it was really beautiful. That's very cool and you just hear the passion your voice the enthusiasm the excitement which is amazing and the cool thing is is. You're always gonna have that touch point. A sheep show right like a lot of you know obviously all these women are drawn to the foundation now and cheap shows ever present so this is such a great opportunity and then coupled with the fact that women hunt is going to keep them. Keep you guys all connected as well right. So it's such a cool opportunity to not just had that experience but to have that opportunity to continue to interact as you move forward as well. Yeah and kyle on on the topic of the connection. These women formed and Now their connection to while she foundation and sheep show We've invited all of them to come in volunteer at sheep. Show twenty twenty two. You know there's always a need for volunteers at the show. And and i don't know for sure the final number yet. There is one person who's not able to make it because she already had a scuba diving trip to believes booked and paid for so she's not going to be there. I believe the majority of not all eleven pretty close are going to be achieved. Show giving back a ton of their time helping out in all the different capacities of running that show for membership to the store to running auction slips in all sorts of things and of course for me Helping out the women hunt seminar on the saturday. So you know people will get a chance to meet most of the women And they're going to be demonstrating a real time You know the art of giving back. That is awesome. Such such a great story or an ad So cool and So are we going to get a formal introduction at The women hunt seminar in twenty two at show or not necessarily formal introduction to the twelve women. I'll put that down as a member. Requested introductions cool yes. I'm sure we will have set up to get so people can get to know them for sure. Cool so so now moving forward. Obviously we know they're gonna come and support us Sh- support conservationist at sheep. sheep week. Sheep show But where where. Where to. Now for for the women i guess. And that's dual-pronged so rene From organizational perspective or a women hunt perspective. Where the women go from here that it's well women. And then rene rebecca wanna talk to you about your next steps as a hunter and where you go from there. So rene if you wanna just touch on that what's next for these twelve women sure so You know their personal journey is going to be fascinating to follow. And i'm so excited to see what happens. And so from an organizational perspective. Right now where we're entering now into this post course zone of mentorship so I have almost all the names of the mentors that have been assigned to the twelve women. And i'm starting to have conversations with each of those countries individually about certain things that you know we want them to keep in mind through the mentorship period and also some expectations. They have to be available to take some calls over the course of the from the committee to do check in with them. So you know. I'm just going to be handling those calls with mentors and then Really from there It's up to these women and where they choose to take their journey into hunting and conservation and You know with these mentors that have been assigned to them who i will. Just tell you that. the nine that i've heard from or spoken to are so excited. You know so. The mentors are really on board with this and I think we're gonna see great things fantastic so rebecca. Let's talk about your journey now. So you've you know Relatively new to hunting you've been out in the field you've got all this experience now Here we are october of twenty one prime hunting season in british columbia. So where do you go from here. What is What is your journey. Look like and maybe just maybe touch on your your mentor as well. And how that fits into the the. The women hunt program by eight so My mentor will be callin. He's he's he's my husband and Since i've been back. I've touched on a few things with him that i that i would like to accomplish that i would like to commit my time to within the next year and one of them is being able to pack my gear. I mean i mean all of it from beginning to end And you know understand and research the regions that i'm going into british columbia which we all know it's hunters is extremely important. You need to know the regulations and everything that's going on so that's obviously important to me and I wanna be able to have the confidence. Which i think i do too Shoot to shoot and to harvest my own animal and to skin and and got the animal that those are very important to me and We do have a moose tag coming up november first And touted with colin and. i've asked he's agreed that if the opportunity presents i would be the first shooter and so that's my husband. That's really exciting. That he's going to actually give that to me because sometimes he just pushes me out of the way. But you know i'm in all in all seriousness. I'm super excited in great because as we all know These types of tags. Don't come easily so this is really big for me and it has come at the perfect time. I'm right after this course where you know. I have gained so much confidence and just had a life changing experience and now i get to put it to the test. Now get to go out and do that on my own. I know that moves is is a big big animal. But i'm i'm ready and i'm willing. I'm extremely dedicated. So and yeah intimidating yes. Walk up to a go damn while for sure. Rebecca that's amazing and and will congratulations on it. That's really exciting. That you're going to be out in the field using all these skills that you've learned and have the opportunity to use them and i and that's an important part of the hunting discussion. Right is who gets to pull the trigger. I right. it's always an there's been media. Hunting partner lost over that very question or a lack of understanding or communication on that very issue. Rate so Yeah i'm really excited. And you know i'd i'd love for you to share that journey with us and you know you're kind of our you know candidate or whatever for women hunt through the cheap society. Abc that partis initiative. So i'd love for you to share your story with us and we'd love to see that progression and i know our our listeners would to I know that on our social media channel when we share your story there was a lot of very urging words and a lot of people really excited for you and women hunt so I'd love for you to share that story and Through our social media story channel we could share that some of that as well with.

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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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:58 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"British columbia located on the traditional unseeded territories of this Tooth fish and musk him in the neighborhood of east also known in the craft beer community as east van due to its high concentration of craft. Breweries is a brewery called luquillo. They open and have stuck to offering italian style beers well exceeding their styles a bit as well as their food options. I sat down with the brewer and co owner. Brian parfitt I am the owner and one one owner and head at the company and Yeah what did you open again like. It's been a while we opened october. Two thousand sixteen so four and a half years coming on our fifth fifth anniversary there all right so Yeah it's you know in terms of like just designed year one of my favorite tasting rooms here because you have this big feature geometric wall. But i mean you know. Your beer is also really fantastic. That's but like it's very comfortable here when we're allowed to be lot and yeah yeah big storage room which is actually kind of helpful by definitely preferred. How people in your right. So where did the idea for the burri come from them. I guess probably back in twenty thirteen. Two thousand fourteen ish My wife eleanor. And i were just kinda getting into the craft beer scene here in bc and already been like we. We traveled down to the states. A lot to visit berea down there and like portland california seattle. Yeah we always had a dream to to do something in the hospital industry and like we're kind of thinking beer bar or something and then the craft beer boom started to to happen here in vancouver And we'd like you know. Go to pol street all the time and thirty three acres and apparel for nine around and Yeah and then we just kinda shifted our idea. And we're like why don't we open a brewery instead of a beer bar. I was home during the time. Had been for a few years. And yeah basically we were looking for a career change for for myself mostly. Meanwhile are now business partners. Who are old friends of avars..

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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 | 1 year 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 Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"You'll never miss a future episode of the series and you can also go back in the archives and check out our previous episodes now normally when i'm traveling to the dog in or up to kamloops typically stop at the halfway point for break to stretch. My legs may be gas up the car and grab a quick snack. And just continue on my way but now knowing that there's a berry i might have to reconsider my stopover. I'm in the town of merritt british columbia typically. It's a three hour drive from vancouver in this town is now home to the empty cake brew house. I sat down with their co owner and brewer. My name is kyle hall and I'm one of the The owners of Empty cake brew house with my wife. Kelly hall so empty cake. I mean that's kind of a funny name because to me. You got a lot of beer here That doesn't really seem like there's any empty kegs gonna well The old shtick is. We're drinking beer with some of our friends and and family and They said as well you know what your beers so good that. If he ever open a brewery you'd never be able to keep your careful so it's hence the name right then so i love the marketing Idea too because i bet you had a sign up that said soon to be empty cake to right. Yes yeah yeah. I mean yeah you know it's a it's we always spin it.

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