35 Burst results for "Colvin"

"colvin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It is time for your money watch report. This is a Bloomberg money minute, zoom exploded during the pandemic with so many people stuck at home that kind of growth has slowed and now the company is trying to boost its bottom line through business customers, zoom said those customer numbers grew by 14% last quarter, but it also posted its slowest quarterly revenue growth to date. The shares look set for losses at the opening bell. Elon Musk has cut more Twitter workers from the sales side of the business further trimming the ranks that had already been decimated by cuts and resignations. A source tells Bloomberg that an internal counter of employees currently reads at 2750, but some resignations and cuts may still be in the process of being counted. Twitter had more than 7000 employees before Musk took over in late October. Stocks finished lower to kick off the shortened trading week, the NASDAQ saw the worst of the three major averages down about 1%. The S&P 500 slipped four tenths percent the Dow was down about a tenth of a percent in yesterday's session. Bloomberg radio. How times have changed most workers who quit their jobs or having a hard time finding a new one. I'm Jeff colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update. It's a strange time for job seekers, the number of open positions is still much larger than the number of unemployed people looking for work, yet now with the economy having slowed way down most of the unemployed are saying they wish they'd started their job searches sooner. So says a recent Harris poll. Most job seekers say their search has dragged on for over 6 months, and many say they've applied for more than 50 jobs. It's especially frustrating for those who quit their old jobs without having a new one, part of the so called great resignation. Now it's more like the great remorse about half of today's job seekers say that, as it stands, they take any job offer that comes along. I'm Jeff Colton. If dog people made dog food, it definitely wouldn't look like dusty burnt Brown pebbles. It would actually be food. It would be made with real fresh meat and veggies, gently cooked to preserve the nutritional

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"colvin" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on Black History Year

"Sweat, drip down her back as the bus driver told her to move for a white lady. She said, absolutely not. We're not talking about Rosa Parks. We're talking about someone, they never wanted us to know. This is two minute black history, what you didn't learn in school. In 1955, 15 year old claudette colvin stood up for her right to sit where she pleased on a segregated bus. As police forcibly removed her from the bus, she kept yelling. It's my constitutional right. So why was her story cast aside? The NAACP considered using her case to advance their cause. But galvin was a poor and pregnant teenager. Unfortunately, the NAACP didn't think her story would be appealing. So they tapped NAACP secretary Rosa Parks to try the same action. According to colvin, quote, parks was an adult. They didn't think teenagers would be reliable. Kevin also reported that parks skin color and hair texture made her a better representation for the NAACP. Quote, her skin texture was the kind that people associate with the middle class. She fits that profile. Parks went on to become a civil rights icon. But colvin's story didn't become well known until decades later. Both women were crucial to the movement, but unfortunately, respectability politics dictated cold and story was not good enough for white approval. We must know that respectability politics won't save us. It only serves to hide the richness of our community and our humanity. Like colvin, we must know our worth and always stand up for our rights. In order to move towards the future, you've got to look to the past. This has been two minute black history, a podcast by push black.

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"colvin" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"The shore, heard. Louise snapped out of it and leaped into the water. To get her inner tube and move it towards Naomi, who was able to get a good grasp of it. Naomi was struggling to ascend on to the floatable device. But she got away from this beast, and ultimately got a few feet to the shoreline. It's possible that the splash of Louise jumping into the water for the inner tube, frightened the creature, and that's the reason it let go. Medical help finally got to the river. Naomi had her cuts and scratches taking care of on her lower leg. But there was a really weird blue green stain that none of the medics could get rid of. It left the mark of a great big hand. And for a few days, it stayed on her leg. Reportedly, a sample was taken from the print, and according to one source at red, the discolorations were proven to be mud from caves beneath the river. And possibly swirled around and stirred up, by boat traffic, or any underwater movement. After this happened, the legend of the green clawed beast was born. Some people believe after the way Naomi described what she felt, that this creature bared a striking resemblance to the thedas like monster, which is known to be in Canada. That creature is super hostile. Others think this could have been the loveland frogman. Which Christie and Heather of the sinister hood podcast did a great and hilarious episode on. Or this could have been the works of the big muddy monster who was first seen on the big muddy river. Now, there are a few theories that could be reasonable possibilities. Maybe it was a huge garfish, there had been catfish said to be as huge as a Volkswagen, and catfish can really injure you if you encounter one. Fish fans could also possibly cause the hand like impressions. There were a few movies that came out recently before the attack, which can make Naomi and others freak out more. The creature from the black lagoon, where a massive green creature with claw hands, strikes a female as she is swimming. Also, part two revenge of the creature had just come out a few weeks prior to their trip to the river. Terry colvin, an investigator, had talked to Naomi and her husband after this traumatic episode happened. They told Terry, a man who said he was an air force colonel, who really sounded like a character out of the movie Men in Black. He came to their home and said that neither of them could ever speak of that event again. After he interviewed them and took very detailed notes. According to American monsters, dot com. First brought to international attention in the early 1970s. This grisly aberration of natural selection has been described as being nearly 5 feet tall, and weighing approximately 120 pounds, with an epidermis consisting, solely of silver scales. This animal's horrifying the saage is made complete by the 6 razor sharp spikes. Connected to one another by a thin webbing, which are said to protrude from its amphibious skull. With its dark, bulbous eyes, fish like mouth, and webbed hands, feet, and ears, the thedas like monster, bears more than a passing resemblance to the iconoclastic image of the creature from the black lagoon. What lens credibility to these reports, however, is the fact that for centuries North American natives have reported numerous and oftentimes fatal encounters with various creatures which they describe as being carnivorous, aquatic humanoids. Naomi's experience gained the interests of ufologists, because on the same date that this happened to her, a horrifying case which is said to be one of the most terrifying ever recorded in ufology. There were encounters with bizarre creatures, known as the hopkinsville goblin case. As far as the green clawed beast, there has not been a siding or incident since. However, the story has only grown since the kids who witnessed it, went on to tell the story, and it spread like wildfire ever since. Some are still terrified to get into the Ohio River. What do you think? Could there be a strange amphibious humanoid creature living in the Ohio River? Or is there a more rational explanation? And this was all out of fear, dread, panic, and imagination, until

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"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"Pike and colvin run road in Great Falls four people going to the hospital and that crash once said to be clinging to life That's clear what caused the accident The match has been lit so to speak 2023 could be the year when recreational marijuana becomes legal in Maryland It's all up to the voters Several bills approved by the General Assembly are inching Maryland toward marijuana legalization One would put a referendum on ballots in November's midterm elections If voters approve cannabis would be legal starting in July 2023 for anyone over 21 Another bill deals with policy implication in its heading to the governor's desk Republican delegate Susan krebs I'm voting red because I have just signed the bill and I have not stopped and explained to me Some Democrats expressed opposition as well saying it doesn't do enough to help the communities that were harmed by the war on drugs Others said it was a step in the right direction Prince George's delegate jazz Lewis 15,000 people are arrested for simple cannabis possessions This moves us forward Luke Luger WTO P news Not a whodunit but who hacked it and investigation is underway to find hackers who stole money from low income families in D.C. It was a hack attack Residents who receive benefits from the temporary assistance for needy families program found that cash was missing from their transfer cards D.C.'s department of human services says it's working as fast as it can to reimburse the families who had money taken from them though it's not clear yet just how much the hackers were able to steal overall The program is a federal and state funded welfare program that provides needy families with monthly cash assistance employment training and child care Nick high nelli WTO.

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"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"Because of marijuana use On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO 7 48 traffic and weather on the 8s married to pampa is in the traffic center All right Nick and now's a great time to ride the capitol beltway We are doing pretty well both in Virginia and in Maryland They were looking on the outer loop after you pass river road and closer to the American legion bridge The call out was a disabled vehicle We have not seen it in any camera shot You would find it at speeds of with caution We're checking now into Virginia we've had a long-standing issue that's on route 7 traveling in Vienna In both directions of route 7 between baron Cameron avenue and colvin Ron Carpenter's farm way one went through a guardrail early this morning in listeners to close the roadway in both directions So he bottom line you are following police direction If you're heading to the district out of Maryland or Virginia going up to 95 anticipate some delays once you hit joint base bowling and Malcolm X avenue it's slow to get you to suitland Parkway single lane gets you by to the right and underneath of the corridor You have the suitland Parkway outbound or eastbound only closed but from south capital street through Martin Luther King Jr. you've got the roadway closed and redirected So congested at the interchange period due to all the work that's continually happening North of this two 95 runs well without incident and all other anacostia crossings are available In the district.

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"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"On the road If you're on the inner loop in Bethesda it was Mark he was traveling on the inner loop past the spur continuing total Georgetown road there were deer on the side of the road to the right He said there are three large deer right to the right looking as if they're perched across the roadway Now if you come on the inner loop past the spur and toro Georgetown road you are right into the sunshine So please be cautious slow your roll and be ready Nothing is slowing you on the beltway less hopefully that sunshine but you're riding well all the way around We have scheduled work on the outer loop to the north in Montgomery county and passing colesville road that was planned to be on the left side We have not seen them as of yet Trouble spot is heading toward the district on I two 95 where it's backed up from about Malcolm X to get to the student Parkway single lane We believe you're staying to the right to get by And the suit and Parkway underneath of the two 95 corridor work is closed outbound from south capital street through MLK junior avenue southeast So redirected outbound only inbound was a usable event but anticipate delays all around this corridor work nothing else on two 95 north of this and all other anacostia crossings are available A cherry blossom race for kids around the national building museums We've got street closures already going to a place to H and fourth to 5th all around the national building museum so Penn quarter and Chinatown be ready to be redirected In Virginia interstate travel doing well route 7 not so much in Vienna route 7 in both directions was being diverted between baron Cameron avenue and colvin run carper's farm way due to an earlier crash It's when a nation spring break sale get two free Windows they achieve by as many as you need and make no payments for two years call 8 6 6 9 nation today married to pomp at WTP traffic To storm team four meteorologist Michelle Grossman It's a cold start this morning but we're going to have a nice spring day today mostly sunny skies temperatures right around normal.

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"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"By NC UA 1228 Here's Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center We still have the issue in Maryland along ICC or Marilyn 200 This is eastbound delays approaching and passing shady grove wrote it is still one single right lane getting by the crash cleanup and investigation after that it looks good headed all the way toward 29 and I 95 You'll also find New Hampshire avenue still closed in both directions between gold mine road and Brighton dam road This is for the ongoing utility work and overnight crash brought down a utility pulse of the repairs continue Southbound two 70 before montrose road the crash on the shoulder Four ten year four 50 was a report of a crash North boundary 5 after the three O one split in brandy wine the crush was on the left side back on two 78 is northbound just seeing volume out of urbana headed toward 85 with nothing reported in the roadway westbound I 70 before one 44 east Patrick street rather large kitchen appliance reported right there in the center of the roadway If you're on the beltway you're going to find a delay right now on the interloop coming off of two 70 and from old Georgetown road headed around toward Connecticut You're outer loop delay is after all Georgetown road in stretches headed toward the American legion bridge off and on from there passing Georgetown pike delays along route 7 in both directions in the area of colvin run so there could be some work set up there 66 not a bad trip anymore the earlier problem westbound in manassas is cleared eastbound doesn't even look like that work is still there It was the southbound George Washington Parkway still crawling passing one 23 with a single lane getting by the work zone northbound the delay is passing the scenic overlooks with a single lane getting by the work zone Patio season has arrived at silvers overnighters outdoor tents are open in all dining rooms have air purification systems Learn more at silver diner dot com slash safety silver diner eat well be well I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Let's get the latest forecast from chuck bell The northwest winds are going to bring more clouds back into our skies Those clouds could deliver a little rain as well Rain chances only about.

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"colvin" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Was 15 years old, she had a well developed sense of justice. When she was ordered in 1955 to give up her seat, to a young white woman in what was considered a colored section on a Montgomery, Alabama bus, she refused. It felt as though Harriet Tubman's hands were pushing me down on one shoulder and sojourner truth's hand was pushing me down on the other shoulder, miss colvin told CBS News recently. Her defiance got her arrested 9 months before another protester Rosa Parks would have her own encounter with a seat on a bus and history. Miss colvin stand is echoed in the actions of today's young people, who are also on the front lines of change. Minneapolis teen darnella Frazier was awarded a special Pulitzer citation this year for her 2020 viral video of the murder of George Floyd. Both women had an impact on civil rights. Miss colvin would go on to be a plaintiff in the case that would in segregation on buses in Alabama. The protest over mister Floyd's death inspired miss colvin anew, and she appealed her decades old criminal record. The great grandmother, now in her 80s, wanted once more to be an example to her family. CBS surprised her this month by introducing her to the judge who cleared her name. When she met him in person and learned he was African American, she couldn't contain her delight. Justice had found her again. Now today's stories. Our.

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"colvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trump being here is the embarrassed look who's been here for Terry My wife Jill Barack Obama Kamala Harris Stacey Abrams and so many more All those big names though are a sign mcauliffe needs help building enthusiasm among democratic voters without Trump on the ballot or in office Tamra Keith and Pierre news Game one of baseball's World Series goes to the Atlanta Braves 6 to two over the Houston Astros This is NPR news A black woman arrested in Montgomery Alabama in the 1950s for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger is seeking to have her court record expunged Kyle gasset with Troy public radio says claudette colvin was arrested 9 months before Rosa Parks With Fred gray a famed civil rights litigator and her former attorney by her side colvin filed paperwork in a Montgomery court to erase her arrest record In front of the courthouse Montgomery's first black mayor Stephen Reed commended colvin and gray for their resolve in 1955 to challenge the previously segregated bus system Only your courage and your faith and your dedication brought about the change that was necessary not only in Montgomery not only in Alabama but throughout this nation Was a plaintiff in the case browder V Gayle in which the Supreme Court ruled in 1956 that segregation on Montgomery city buses was illegal From PR news on Kyle gasset and Montgomery police in Idaho say the man suspected of carrying out this week's deadly shooting at a shopping mall in Boise has died at a hospital The 27 year old was initially wounded in an exchange of gunfire with police The attack left two people dead and four others injured a mall security guard was one of those killed investigators are still looking for a possible motive I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington And it's WNYC in New York at 7 33 good morning and Michael hill 57 and overcast partly sunny and 59 in breezy today as well We have delays this morning on NJ transit's northeast quarter and montclair boughten line and a ban on empty tractor trailers and tandem vehicles in effect on the RFK verrazzano white stone and throgs neck bridges all of it until 9 o'clock this morning New York State officials are preparing for children younger than 12 to be able to get Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine as early as next week Governor Kathy hoko says she's working closely with pediatricians to make sure they have enough supply and staff to meet demand Doctor's offices are likely to be the primary destination for younger kids Doctor Warren Siegel has shared the New York State chapter the American academy of pediatricians Well if you think about giving a 15 year old to shop they're less likely to be screaming they're less likely to need to be held down You know you really need that TLC with a 5 year old The New York City health department says it's also looking into other options for vaccine sites for young children Your forecast now 57 Novak has partly sunny and 59 today ambrosia as well It's 7 35 this is doubling NYC in New York Support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from tyro price offering a strategic investing approach for investors.

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"colvin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Today in Montgomery Alabama a street got a new name and a fresh start Jefferson Davis avenue named after the first president of the confederacy is no more It's now named after famed civil rights attorney Fred grey Troy public radio's Kyle gasset reports that gray was honored for his landmark work including his first case As crowds assembled today on the newly named street in downtown Montgomery a choir and a marching band from Alabama state university performed During the ceremony gray who is now 90 took time to remember the pledge he made as a teenager and student at school I decided I would try to do something about segregation and major commitment to do everything I could do to destroy segregation where I found it Grey would go on to litigate some of the most important cases of the civil rights era including those related to the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott Among his clients for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. Montgomery's mayor Stephen Reed the city's first black mayor introduced gray It was Reed's proposal to rename the street after gray who lived most of his young life on it The name of someone who should never have been honored to someone long ago should have been recognized and honored not just by the city but by the state and this nation Changing the name of the street violates the 2017 Alabama memorial preservation act That was put in place by the Republican led legislature after confederate monuments were removed Violating the act could mean a fine of $25,000 Reid says after he proposed the name change donors from around the country stepped up to say they would cover the fine if that happens Grace said he was accepting this honor on behalf of his first civil rights case and client claudette colvin 9 months before the arrest of Rosa Parks colvin was cited for the same violation of refusing to give her bus seat to a white passenger Today grace celebrated her achievement Who at 15 did the same thing that Rosa Parks did without the knowledge without the experience that she had but she was able to do it At the time of her arrest colvin was made award of the state and placed on indefinite probation Today at 82 years old she filed papers in Montgomery to have that expunged Her former attorney Fred gray was right there.

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"colvin" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You know. Two hundred thousand people would still be alive if we had medicare for all that died from the virus so now there are seven hundred thousand people but when there was only six hundred thousand people they released a study that said two hundred thousand of those six hundred thousand would still be death of third. Those people would still be alive or dead now if they had medicare for off. But they're not gonna give you fucking healthcare with they're going to give you a mandated jab even if you already had colvin this isn't about healthcare and if people can't see that they're fucking naive in the extreme. I agree i agree and i would. I would put the caveat on the numbers because we know we have the pr with a false positive. We know we've got the combination of flu and influenza with the covert numbers are flew into monja right so i always point that out that those numbers are the very least not completely accurate i want i want to get your opinion on this in the same point so this is what we're now seeing and this is the absurd we can maybe just finish up on this point. This is the absurd evolution of this conversation. Like you're saying so it starts off where we don't know or if the vaccines better or so on and we're watching the waning conversation. The last i saw puts the waning after the injection after two months two months begins to dramatically drop off and and as we said before include these links in the in the show all of the main people they tell you to listen to are telling you that your natural immunity is not only lasting durable and robust in every possible way but in fact most people had it reactivity immunity in regards to memory be oriented bodies before cova ever came round because of the cold because of sars because of a lot of reasons. So it's ridiculous to think they're going to force us some people that don't need especially when the risk is dramatically low. I don't know if you saw the oxford calculator. Nineteen and under one in a million chance of dying but look at this tweet here for those in the podcast it reads if you're fully vaccinated against cold the next.

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Leaving the Unvaccinated Behind Is How You Get Death Camps

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Leaving the Unvaccinated Behind Is How You Get Death Camps

"Joy reed says i've a message to republicans. Okay we get it you guys love covert and you want pumping through your veins. I mean this is literally an insane rent. This person's very well watched and respected. Amongst the american left this only contributes to this kind of unraveling of the republic that we have feared for some time. Play eighty nine all right. Good evening everyone read out tonight with a message to republicans okay we covert is the precious and yoon love it. You love colvin so much. Wanted to spread into schools at the office in the walmart all the cruise ships at the club. That grace spongy ball with the red spikes you want pumping through your veins with an ivermectin chase. That's her opening segment. They have no desire to bring the country together. They have no desire to try to build bridges to try to categorize republicans and conservatives as if we love it. I think she might be coy. She's been coy or sarcastic. Or whatever don lemond wants to literally leave unvaccinated behind. It's time to just say to seventy million people you have to go. This is how you get death camps just so we're all clear.

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Religious Exemption Requests Grow as Vaccine Mandates Rise

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Religious Exemption Requests Grow as Vaccine Mandates Rise

"Religious exemption requests grow as vaccine mandates rise religious objections are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the covert nineteen shot this includes about three thousand Los Angeles police department employees and hundreds of Washington state workers seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine exemptions often involved a long time role that cell lines derived from fetal tissue have played in the research and development of various vaccines Roman Catholic leaders in New Orleans in Saint Louis called cove in nineteen shots morally compromised but the Vatican has said it is acceptable for Catholics to receive Colvin nineteen vaccines I'm Walter Ratliff

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"colvin" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"He can build a difference walking across which he never cooked for seven years. All of a sudden there it is. We didn't hall anything in It's amazing and you know earlier. You were talking about like the difference between the systems. And then there's one that had been monocrop who's Maybe more chemicals and then you had organic that it. All a lot of tillage has been the history of organic. you weren't using chemicals. You were just plowing the heck out of everything and disconnected cultivating it. Actually if might not have wanted. Leave the farm if it if they got rid of cultivators earlier because i used just hate colvin but my but my dad had an answer to that and then that was a ho- you get out there and that's why you know that one. I don't think anything except me is probably good for me to with what you're talking about is part of your mission or big part of your mission is sharing as good news and trying to get kind of a apostles going All over the world doing similar things this this is so powerful it looks like in how much carbon capture apostles great but we want coal researchers everybody should be trying it and a side by side in your own backyard or in your own fields and annex and explore with us and sharing information with seventy one countries following us thousands of people around the world that are doing this now starting their buyer actors. And and we'd love to see the inoculation idea about getting the health of the system back in place getting those seeds not laid. It's still in there. Here comes the organisms it needs to work with for a healthy life or already functionally there and they start to work the moment that rees born. And that's where the plant and knows it has. It's been signaled. Here i am. I'm ready to work with you on the plant starts beat it. So that's that's where you start bright from the outset of that seed germinating building the system And that's just because you returned a whole back to a broken dysfunctional soil. Return the wholeness bound to the way nature operates if you go into a tropical rainforest do they hong fertilizer in there to make that four screen. No that's a whole system producing all nitrogen. It needs their seventy seven percent night. There's enough nitrogenous breed. There's enough order that the bosphorus in all soil get the microwave. Bomb guy another guy to needy mineralized it and bring it to your plan. Don't need to buy it. I know fertilizer salesmen. And not gonna to want to hear me say this but from climate standpoint of sole health standpoint try it you know as the farmers say and the browns that i'd rather to sign the back of the jet in the front of the check. This is a way out from spending that kind of money. You don't have to buy those those inputs in many cases or in most beasts. And that's what we're uncovering and do it with us. And you know as i don't believe me go try it. Find out for yourself now. You probably aren't going to go get a four hundred dollar bag of gmo. roundup ready. corn seed and inoculated. would you. i mean Yes would you would. I didn't work. But that's what we. I wouldn't buy the jamil. Seems like by brennan. Jim just because wireless spend that money. But there's announcer..

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"colvin" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Okay that was one big lie and they knew it least. Some people did Now fout she is on. I didn't even know. Katie couric had a show and katie couric has a show. Where's her show i anyway. I guess she's doing her own thing. Or something who knows so you know. Flip flop fao cheesy mass. Don't work. he said sure go on a cruise in march twenty twenty. Sixty minutes masks. Maybe it'll stop one droplet wearing masks that stupid guy. He's changed his opinion on pretty much everything. Now we saying unvaccinated people may allow a new variant worse than delta that resists the current vaccines notice. One thing that's going to be missing in his answer open borders and a high rate of colvin positively at the border. Listen the one good thing. Is that the vaccines work quite well against the delta variant in some respects it's good that the delta variant is not being outstripped by the others because we know we can deal with the delta variant. Really quite well my concern. Is that if we allow there to be smoldering infection into the fall and into the winter because those ninety three million people are not getting vaccinated for the most part my concern would be you may allow a variant that we haven't even recognized yet to come along and in fact. Be better at transmitting and more serious than the delta. We haven't seen that yet so rather than be worrying about these others that are around. Let's make sure we don't let new ones come in. How about closing the border. Because that's missing joining us. Now senator marsha blackburn now. We're getting now every month gets higher april's high. Nearly two hundred thousand may gets higher. June gets hired. July gets higher and it gets higher and higher and higher. My question is senator And welcome back to the program is if they're gonna take if they're gonna put these draconian measures and vaccine mandates a mask mandates where mass and home mandates on the american people. But they're still going to let all these illegal immigrants in and they don't even test them. Tell me why anybody should trust any of them. The biden border policy makes absolutely no sense at all. They've got that southern border wide open. We know there are people from over a hundred and fifty countries that have come in. And sean as you said they're coming in. They are cova positive. They're being put in tents in the city and mcallen or they're being flown in the middle of the night to chattanooga tennessee and people are saying why do we have an uptick in covert. Why don't we have an uptick in crime. Look at this southern border policy and then look at the inconsistency of the policy. The canadians are being kept out. Even though americans can go to canada's a cubans have been told turn around. Go home and you know they're going to get killed We have our special immigrant. Visas our afghanistan interpreters that worked with us. It were having trouble getting them into the country..

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"colvin" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

"That's how society we ultimately get across the finish line to get to the herd immunity threshold of vaccinations and how the nfl gets all of its players vaccinated but until that point a soft mandate of vaccination by the league to the players is going to have to suffice but i'm not sure that everybody from the ownership side and the nfl pa side is in lockstep here. Because i spoke with an agent the other day and he told me that in his conversation with one general manager he was told quote. Typical roger goodell. He's been untethered from the real business of football for decades unquote. That's a pretty damning assessment of these new protocols for the in nineteen vaccine. And here's the thing. If you're going to try to prevent the spread of colvin one thousand nine. This is what the nfl done last year. And this is what they should do until the threat of the delta very goes away and this is a couple of agents who have told me. This isn't just me. Just you know coming up with it. Off the top of my head then made the hotel quarantines mandatory make it mandatory during training camp and during the season that you're going to have to stay in a hotel because otherwise there's still the possibility if you're unvaccinated that you're going to spread the virus so a lot to follow here in terms of cova. Nineteenth continued impact on the league. And you've heard players come out and criticized de'andre hopkins tweeted and then deleted where he said quote never thought i would say this but being put in a position to hurt my team. Because i don't want to partake in the vaccine is made me question my future in the nfl. Now de'andre hopkins deleted that tweet. He's entitled to that opinion. He's also entitled to go and play in a different career. Go play a different sport. Go do something else with his life. If he's going to risk the health and the ability of his teammates and his team to partake in the season because he doesn't want to get vaccinated. That's just the reality of this. And then you look around the league and even more feedback. They come out. Jonathan yano from the buffalo bills says in a deleted tweet. Himself it's improving. The cova was made in spoiler alert. It hasn't been faucher is also part of pfizer spoiler alert. He's not that's why people don't want to get the vaccine sad to come to the realization that you cannot trust the government matthew jude on the nfl. Pa bleeping sucks now. Players obviously are pushing back here. But what we're seeing in the. Nfl is the micro level of the damage in the impact of disinformation misinformation. Around these vaccines. Time will tell whether the nfl can finish this season as they were able to do which was a really herculean task last year with the virus spreading. But there's projections out now from the w. h. o. And the cdc that the spread of the delta varian could dwarf the peak that we saw last october november..

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"colvin" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"colvin" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"Com. And if you miss a show and few people do miss shows from time to time you can actually subscribe to our shows in our library. It's called aftermath media that's aftermath dot media. We got great. Subscription rates are really low and not only the my show you get other shows too. We have videos. We have other things We have Book we have books online. We have all kinds of documents. We have study groups. We have a social media. It's just to keep everybody safe and sane and not being bullied by people on other social media networks and and other places where you can go and you can express yourself on our website. It's always nice to go to aftermath media. Sign up today help the show and we really appreciate those who sign up for aftermath the media so in our quest to be a radio. Show where we've always said that we are a- show that gives bedtime stories for adults bedtime stories for grownups. There's something that has happened. that Certainly sparked my imagination for the show tonight. And i know that lately we've been having a lot of paranormal activity happening in the country. We've got a lot of strange activities. Synchronicity happening the country It makes for great radio makes for great shows theater the minds what i really love. I mean apart from all the we call the pair of political talk that we do. There is also the paranormal and supernatural things that happened in this world because we live in times where people are experiencing supernatural And much of it. I think is Because of the fact that we live in these times we were promised. At least in an apocalyptic blueprint given to us in the bible and the koran in other places. Jewish traditions that You know there would be a time. Where a man would be witnessing marvels in the heavens and would be seeing creatures. That certainly have not been talked about In the bible or they haven't talked about in the bible and we just can't imagine how immense and scary they might be. I mean going into the jewish traditions. The ancient jewish traditions. When god created the world he fought terrible. Monster leviathan in the end of days was a bitter battle that will take place between the creator and the beast eventually god will destroy the beasts the leviathan this act symbolize the end of the world as we know it in the beginning of a new utopian era now this thought contrast with the big story of creation as described in the book of genesis where according to which god created the sea monsters the giant wing creatures but according to ancient jewish creation myths these creatures were lodged reptiles and sea monsters and the wing preachers were bigger than normal birds and were hideous. These beasts recalled creatures of the abyss. There were giants of course with the harbingers of death in the symbols for the end times. Some say that these creatures are the fallen ones and many of them are angels are harbingers for what can be described as calamitous events in the book of revelation these beings were called unclean. Spirits are often described as composite beings both human and animal that lived in the bottomless pit. They were put there by god himself just before the creation mankind. If you want to dig even deeper you can find the word mastella or mansa matt now. What's interesting about stem and mansa matt. A woman named shana. My on my facebook page has been pasting or actually posting some of the information about manson. I knew who matt matt was. I knew that mass matt was the hostile angel that basically would carry out horrible acts against mankind and punishments that were actually love it out by and you look at the literature of the ancient writings beyond that of the old testament. And you see this. Being known as manson matt was around during the time of israel's second temple period and of course we all can say that creatures like manson matter. Mess stem are similar to satan. Who held more or less the same portfolio. In other books of the period domestic manson is said to be the angel that unleashed the ten plagues of egypt and attempted to kill moses. Now massa is an arbiter angel who persecutes evil in jewish mythology and he carries out punch was forgotten attempts humans and test their faith in the zakho kite fragments and the dead sea scrolls manson met is the angel of disaster. The father of all evil in the flatter god according to the book of jubilees. Which of course is again A book that didn't make it to the bible so it's not canaan are not canon but it's it's not canonized but it is the book of jubilees and the reason why i know about the book is because we had the book of maccabees. The jubilees when we were in argentina because most of the catholic church is still use those books but the word masks dima was actually equal to the word hostility and was basically the name that was put on the forehead of the chief of demons that were engendered by the watchers. Now remember to the oreo cookie show as much as that sounds wacky in in kind of kooky the watchers are the Gregory grigori the gregorio. The watchers the fallen angels. They were there in genesis. Six if you remember with the women and the actions of messed emma. The actions of mansa matt The name of course was a acquainted with the adversary satan but more of satan who appears in the book of job it has a function to fulfil under god the tortures and the other works harsh works and eventually this angel is dark. Angel is mass dama became an enemy of and of course over time. The name had changed to belittle which basically mentioned twice in the book of jubilees is likely to be identical with any winged creature that be considered an angel of death so when god is ready to destroy all demons and during the flood of noah noah prays that his descendants be released from the attacks of mansa matt or messed amo mass daily intervenes beseeching god to allow him to retain control one tenth of the demons in order to exercises authority because they are intended to corrupt and lead astray before the judgement of god because the evil of the sons of mend his great manson matt or mass data is the tester of humans with god's permission so after manson vets in a plague of birds on the land of the days of tara. He later councils god to test abraham just as satan in the book of job wants permission to test joe so as abraham prepares to sacrifice his son isaac manson matt stands in god's presence in on his deathbed is it promises the spirits of manson matt will have no power to turn jacob or descendants away from god so a lotta descriptions we get from these old writings a lot of scriptures. Get from these old scrolls. People like humans. With bodies of frogs flying serpents humans with heads like formless. Dogs there are others that were described as humans with bulls heads. Dragons with faces like birds and one of those terrifying creatures of all was the demon of the winds. His name was position. Kazoo the wing creature. Mister petit mia is a horrifying demon with glowing eyes in a face like a dog. Book revelation also describes the demonic wing locus from the abyss. They're basically armed as battle horses with human faces. All these creatures were seen as harbingers of the end times harbingers of death harbinson's of of calamitous or catastrophic activities.

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Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

"Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that team's young black journalists an older black activists community leaders and regular people to talk about their lessons on life our margins are a letter with the latest Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with port my Angelo who stressed the importance of knowing one's history Winfrey's lift every voice project teams young interviewers and photographers for mostly historic black colleges and universities with people older than seventy with remarkable stories among those interviewed or singers Dionne Warwick and Patti LaBelle actor Andrea shields an activist Claudette Colvin and opal leak the stories will run on Oprah daily dot com and in magazines like elle Good Housekeeping and esquire

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Wake Up And Dance With Claudia Colvin

Mentally Yours

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Wake Up And Dance With Claudia Colvin

"Today we're going to be checked into the kovin. She's the founder of. Nobody's watching an online don's party organization. They also not challenges. We're going be chatting about anxiety and how great dances so welcomes mentally ause nodia. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate you coming on. Thanks so we're gonna best about don. So can you tell us a bit about your business and also yourself yes. I'll start from my business. So it's nobody's watching. And the way operates now is quite different to how it started. Obviously like many. Johnson fitness instructors have had to adapt to a pandemic weld but originally it was just born from my love for dancing and the fact there as i was getting older i wasn't really finding the same occasions to dance as when i was of Uni student and i was really really missing it. So originally i was doing silent disco vents in london and they were aimed people who love to dance but deputy. He went to make a huge night outs of it so it was just one hour and really uplifting songs and just have fun basically instead of going to the gym for an hour. Doing your for now is just an hour a freestyle dancing and it's really uplifting greater Two walkout and then when When the pandemic hit. I had to think quickly and adopt. I was quite alien. Counseling my vents. Actually on the eleventh of march. I can't do my impasse in events moved online. And since then i've been doing online dance classes and effectively very similar to what i was doing before but just online and without retarded discreet headphones. At more recently. I started something which has really been very successful and has spread and grown a lot. Which is the up and dance challenge. And so that's just ten minutes three songs starting your day with adults on its release. Easy accessible There's no you know you can't do it wrong. It's through january of just finished effect today. Wake up and dance challenge and it's just a really big difference. Anyone who's having a tough time in lockdown. So that's that's what's that's what's happening with. Navies what she

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"colvin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"colvin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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What Biden's speech on covid-19 tells us

Mike Broomhead

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

What Biden's speech on covid-19 tells us

"The White House's added an event to President Biden his public schedule today. The topic. Colvin specifically, we think vaccine President Biden delivers remarks this afternoon that the White House says will focus on containing the covert 19 pandemic. The president on Monday said he's hopeful that any American who wants to get a coded vaccine can do so within a couple of months, I think will be this spring. I think we'll be able to do that this spring. But governors across the nation are expressing frustration with the vaccine supply, saying they can't keep up with the demand right now, President Biden said Monday. The U. S has quote gotten commitments from vaccine producers to produce more in a short period of time, but the president gave no further details. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS

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"colvin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"colvin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Setting 36,586 no shows. The smallest crowd ever for a game at Lambeau, at least until Colvin Lynn Dickie, the quarterback had a great day. It would be his last start with the Packers. He completed 22 of 36 for 299 yards. He would tell reporters afterward. You just got accepted. I just try to grab it and throw it the best I can. When you don't throw it real well, to begin with. Everyone else comes down to my level. I can't explain it. To Packers running backs ran for more than 100 yards. Eddie Lee, Ivory 109, Gary Ellis, 101 2nd and in about five yards to go here is the head off coming of leftist Gary Ellis Ellis looking for a first at it, He's got it. He's got his feet. He's gonna go down the left sidelines, carry out his text down gray bag. The final score. Packers 21 Tampa Bay Nothing. The Bucks did get out of Wisconsin that night, but several players staged the protest, convinced it wasn't safe to fly. Eventually, the pilot had to come out of the cockpit to tell them that he, too, had a life and family and wouldn't put the players at risk by taking off in dangerous conditions. Show us the pictures. One bucket. You're called up, he said. You could hear a pin drop is the plane rolled down the runway when improve the Packers to 67 and on the season with another Florida team, the Dolphins at Lambeau The following Sunday. The previous weekend's dump piled up against the stands, the field and the skies were clear would still be the third coldest game and dolphins history up to that point. We'd like to welcome those of you that just joined. This is the Miami Dolphins just moved out in front of Green Bay 26 24 fish 1 34 24 Green Bay would end the season eight and eight and well out of the postseason hunting. It's just spectacular.

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Seattle - Department of Health Reports Coronavirus Widespread Across Washington State

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle - Department of Health Reports Coronavirus Widespread Across Washington State

"Carpet of health reports, Colvin infections or widespread across the state with case is growing in almost every county. So far more than 2700 people have died in Washington and increase of 14 from Tuesday. 3200 new cases. But officials say that maybe an incorrect and inflated number caused by lab duplication, the working to correct the situation.

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Microsoft: Russian, North Korean hackers target vaccine work

Anna Davlantes

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Microsoft: Russian, North Korean hackers target vaccine work

"Money on WGN. Microsoft Microsoft claims claims Russian Russian North North Korean Korean hackers hackers targeted targeted Colvin Colvin covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine makers makers and and they're they're saying saying that that those those hackers hackers are are targeting targeting drug drug makers makers working working on on the covert 19 vaccine. Tech giant said it blocked most of the attacks, but some were successful. The FBI and Homeland Security warned Cos. Earlier this year that hackers would try to steal Corona

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Tarrant County, West Of Dallas, Reports 1,062 COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 3 Deaths

Jim Bohannon

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Tarrant County, West Of Dallas, Reports 1,062 COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 3 Deaths

"The nation in coal that 19 cases Leslie bold reports. Texas is the first state to surpass one million confirmed cases of cove in 19, and nearly 19,000 deaths have been recorded since the start of the pandemic. New cases were up 40% and deaths were up 10% over the past two weeks. These contributed to the US reaching a new record. Heard of daily cases of more than 122,000 Tarrant County, Meantime, reported three deaths and 1062 New Colvin cases Saturday, Denton County reported 58 no cases and Collin County reported one death and 109 new cases. President Trump's wooing of the

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'I feel better than I did 20 years ago': Trump leaves hospital

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'I feel better than I did 20 years ago': Trump leaves hospital

"Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly earlier Monday. Trump tweeted Feeling Really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike

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Trump Leaves Hospital Monday Evening, as White House Cases Mount

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump Leaves Hospital Monday Evening, as White House Cases Mount

"Returns to the White House from Walter Reed Medical Center. Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly. Earlier Monday. Trump tweeted feeling really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike

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21 New Coronavirus Cases Linked To Off-Campus Parties Thrown By Holy Cross Students, Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

21 New Coronavirus Cases Linked To Off-Campus Parties Thrown By Holy Cross Students, Boston

"Of covert cases in the Wooster is rising. After reports ofthe Holy Cross students throwing off campus parties. The college now confirming 21 new cases of Kobe have been linked to the partying. W B Z T V's to Shawnee Whitlow has reaction from the school in a statement to W B Z that reads. In part, we have continued to work with our students living in the Worcester area on the importance of following social distancing guidelines wearing a mask. When in public and doing everything they can to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. People who live near campus are now worried when she stopped that this thing is really City says it is working with the college to identify those who tested positive. They also planned to meet with college officials to develop a plan to stop the spread of Colvin, both on campus and off Corona

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How do we avoid the dreaded second (third or fourth) coronavirus wave?

Coronacast

04:59 min | 3 years ago

How do we avoid the dreaded second (third or fourth) coronavirus wave?

"Are we going to mitigate the risk of the current health and financial crisis happening again if carbon does cape returning over and over again? Is there anything we can do to avoid it? Look the best thing. It depends on which country you're in. It's going to be very hard and countries where there's a lot of corona virus like the United States European countries. That it will there will be waves. Coming back was going to be very hard to get rid of it altogether. And what that means is you've got to get to a point where either you've opened up the economy and you've accepted the fact. There's going to be a lot of deaths ongoing or your country Australia or New Zealand. Hopefully some of the Asian countries like Taiwan maybe Singapore. And get back to this point. Where you've got very few cases in the community in which case you can slowly open up the economy with lots of testing lots of contact tracing lots of and very strict isolation and quarantine and in that way. One would hope that you're going to get on top of each outbreak and not have to close down the economy again. So that's why everybody talks about testing testing testing testing. Because testing is once. You've got it down to very low levels. Testing AND JUMPING ON OUTBREAKS. Is the way you control it and stop having to keep on returning over and over again? What we talked about the other day was slightly artificial but if it does disappear it could keep coming back in terms of depending on how long the immunity is and that. Hopefully we don't get to that point because we'll get a vaccine or we'll get treatment which means when it does come back we can treated effectively. That actually brings me to the next question from an audience. About someone's asking you spoke about the virus may be coming back again and again. They're saying where does it come back from? Where is it hiding out? Really good question. Well it would be that. It slowly is circulating under the radar in the community where people are getting very mild symptoms children or young people and they think just the common cold and not necessarily getting tested for it as they are are. It may come in from overseas when you're let down the borders. There's lots of places in come from and assumes in that situation that you've got a degree of immunity in the population and it's under control and that immunity in goes away so again. That discussion is a bit more for places like New York and is restricted where they may have a bit more immunity but even after this epidemic in places like New York dies down even if it's forty percent of people who've been infected and still unknown. That's still not high enough to prevent returns of return of the virus so it was very much theoretical that if we actually got to a degree either. Fu flattening the curve and slow infection of the community to a point of reasonable haired immunity. You could get it still circulating around. You would notice it very much. But then when immunity dies and the rest of the population goes away it surges bank. Another question from the audience. Someone asking we've talked about the second week crash a couple of times. What is it that causes our immune system to become hyperactive in the second week of the illness? In some people. If only we knew don't really understand why that happens in influenza can happen in young people and in pregnant women and in this condition it happens in older people and it is simply the immunes. It's not simple at all. Actually but the immune system does return and very aggressively and interestingly the more that's discovered about what happens in severe disease with Colvin nineteen the more complicated it becomes. It's more than just an immune reaction turns out. There's a clotting reaction where you get blood clots in the lungs. You get blood clots in the fingers. It's a clotting diseases well and they're giving blood thinners to people with covered. Nineteen you other responses in organs it turns out to be really complicated and nobody fully understands it and some people are worried because it is so complicated. That just giving drivers like maybe hydroxy chloroquine or other immune suppressants. You might still not help it because it might be something else going on as well. I think one of the things about Kobe. Nineteen to remember is just how new it is. It's like it's we just white now. What the long term effects are for such a long time. Well that's right and right at the beginning of Corona cast. We were asking a lot of questions about had long term effects and what we did when we spoke about. This feels like three years ago. But it's only a few weeks ago is we say when when you look at SARS one. Two Thousand and two people did not seem to have long-term effects that does not seem to be the case with covered nineteen. 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Another round of court hearings on Keystone XL Pipeline. U.S. Oregon Senators advocate for tribal COVID-19 funds.

Native America Calling

03:42 min | 3 years ago

Another round of court hearings on Keystone XL Pipeline. U.S. Oregon Senators advocate for tribal COVID-19 funds.

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez another hearing was held last week in federal court involving the keystone xl pipeline largely centering on the reach of president. Trump's two thousand nineteen unilateral permit government. Lawyers say it allows only the one point two miles of pipeline needed to cross the US. Canada border opponents say it enables hundreds of miles of pipeline through Montana South Dakota and Nebraska Victoria wicks reports pipeline. Opponents were heartened by an order. Judge Brian Morris issued the day before the hearing in a separate but related case he found that the US Army Corps of Engineers permitted the K. XL pipeline without considering potential damage to endangered species and habitat and he ruled not see energy cannot build through approximately six hundred and eighty eight waterways along the three state route until the core has done a more thorough analysis. Sierra Club Attorney Doug Hayes explains that April Fifteenth Order Army Corps has to engage in further Environmental Review further consultation under the endangered species act before it can reissue. Nationwide permit twelve itself as also points out. There are no waterways in the one point two mile border-crossing at the April Sixteenth. Hearing an attorney for the Rosebud. Sioux tribe says pipeline. Construction will harm the tribes mineralised states. Along the pipeline's route a government attorney response that the tribe has no mineral estates in that one point two mile stretch at the border pipelines supporters say treaty violations and damage to land water and cultural sites is a problem to be addressed by state and local governments. Not The feds judge. Morris will consider granting summary Judgment to one side or the other and will also rule on plaintiff's request in light of the covert nineteen pandemic for a halt to construction that has begun in the one point. Two Mile Corridor for national native news in Victoria Wicks in rapid city. South Dakota Colvin. Nineteen relief funds need to be administered quickly to tribes say some US lawmakers as KFC's. Brian Buhl reports senators. Jeff Merkley and Ron. Wyden want stimulus aid to not adhere to population based formula. The Oregon. Democrats argue that such a formula limits tribes abilities to help their respective communities most are small scattered in rural areas where infrastructure and services are often underfunded and dated Senator Wyden the tribes have been hit very hard though from a health and economic standpoint. Christner sears a tribal council member with the confederated tribes of the Grand Ronde. He says because of pandemic measures they've had to close down their casino which was their primary economic generator a lot of uncertainty. And we feel comfortable with where we're at right now but staying closed indefinitely could have some pretty dire consequences for our travel government mercier. Says he's not sure what form direct aid from. The federal government will look like just sitting there hoping that arrived soon for National Native News. I'm Brian Bowl. In Eugene Oregon six tribes have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop Alaskan native corporations from accessing shares of eight billion dollars in treble cove nineteen funds the tribes from Alaska Washington State and Maine are suing the Treasury Department arguing. The money from the cares act should only go to travel governments and not Alaskan native corporations. Many tribal leaders across the country have raised concern. Will several leaders of Alaskan Native Corporation? Say they're following the law and intend to use the funds to address covert nineteen needs tribes had until Friday to apply for the funds which are expected to be distributed by April twenty sixth. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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France to close all restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs due to coronavirus

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

France to close all restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs due to coronavirus

"France is taking bold measures to slow the spread of the virus in Paris including closing the cafe is the city is known for I'm Elaine Colvin parents this is sound we're not going to be hearing for a while the prime minister has just ordered all cafes restaurants and cinemas to close from midnight he says they are not essential to the life of the country although many French people would

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Atlanta: Georgia crash on Interstate 95 leaves 6 dead, including 3 children, officials say

Dana Loesch

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Atlanta: Georgia crash on Interstate 95 leaves 6 dead, including 3 children, officials say

"Head head on on crash crash on I. ninety five in south Georgia killed six people including a wrong way driver according to liberty county deputies to adults and three kids and a Nissan died when a seventy seven year old man behind the wheel of a Lexus struck the S. U. V. as he drove southbound in the northbound lanes of the interstate there Autechre white Lexus is out of Florida and the gray SUV there's out of Virginia lieutenant Jason Colvin says investigators do not believe the elderly driver was impaired but they don't know what caused him to go the wrong way

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Oil prices steady, on course for weekly gain

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

06:24 min | 3 years ago

Oil prices steady, on course for weekly gain

"And oils heading for its first weekly gain since early January off the prices from the floor amid uncertainty of the impact the crane of ours with plus would respond with additional production cuts very pleased to say we joined here in this year by running a sale who is the CEO of of the Austin oil and gas explorer and the welcome for to the program right now thanks very much indeed for being with us let's just get a picture of the moment over the oil situation because we see all kinds of moves a concern we have B. P. you cool speaking this week talking about moving beyond the oil and set me being Colvin free by twenty fifty how what's your reading at the moment of aware of where the oil market is in the legs like the latest precious not only from environmental concerns but also from falling bond from China well I think the the art market is heavily impacted entry does by the corona virus old tree disinfected at the moment I haven't seen anybody who has not the flu although he wasn't in China so that it's very much driven by the demand side but the our markets to have the systematic that the supply side can react sewage heavily depends on pack we do see that Libya is off production we are missing about a million barrels per day so this is stabilizing the market the people are not realizing that this is let's say a potential also for the downside of the our price because if Libya comes back and they can restart click click then we do have a large over supply in the market and we need to see a more heavy a reaction from all packed than just the six four thousand births per day they are discussing at the moment so where do you see the fool for oil prices than right now well we do think that we have a sixty dollars per barrel for twenty twenty which is less than we have seen last year but this is of course taking into account that there will be a stabilizing fundamentally especially by old pack if they don't react on the miss balance in the market then we are going to see a floor which is more the fifty when we talk about some of your specific areas where you're in Romania is a very interesting error if you the Neptune project but how is not progressing how closely you to decision on this this project well it's everlasting story to be honest you know we we have such a great project there we do see some progress as we speak about the frame work so the government is working although we are going to see another election up coming in Romania but I'm very confident that the parlamentarios approval process will take place and that we do get a and improve offshore lores so that let's see the economics we are calculating will be satisfying yeah we got X. yeah that's that's that's the that's the second point you know how how you should dance a tango you know and this is the open question and Exxon is started the pro says and we don't know about the timing and it's up about the bits which are coming in and Exxon only can answer your question so from our point of view it's very important that the OMB has a chance to take over the operate to ship because we have started the project from the very beginning and to if this is going to happen then we can keep the timeline for the development that's our main interest yep but we will not go for the fifty percent share of X. on what I'm up to date guidance can you give us a Libya production this year right now that's a difficult one yeah from from my point of view Libya will will stay offline for longer yes so I think there is not an easy compromise set by the two parties fighting each other so that's why I think that the courts will be blocked for longer I am not expecting to see it shortly so I'm calculating Q. one like last year well we had no production in the first quarter so hopefully it will start to come back second quarter but nobody really knows find what does that mean for overall production for twenty twenty them over overall production we have guided that this is about five hundred thousand per Spiti we can keep this but this is of course heavily depending when Libya's coming back yeah if Libya is offline the entire year then the number might look lower and finally what about new stream to where we will not well we are we have seen so much progress so far yeah so not seem too weak sergeants on love there's no clarity on the time I nobody knows I think and if we do have a concept plan B. being being explained by I do not seem to company I think that I can give you a better answer timing is a question mark about what is for sure is that the sanctions have blocked the pipe laying activities it's only a remaining five to ten percent of the overall construction Lange's as so we need to find out and don't seem to company needs to find a proper ship which is not affected by the sanctions and I think they're looking around Rhonda I'm really interesting I outlined by BP's new CEO of how they gonna tackled climate change of course the criticisms whether they wasn't necessary enough given a detail given up but the the time line on this website the starting point is that of where they actually want to go can you give any kind of guidance like that own in these plans I'm towards any form of carbon neutrality well I'm not not such a big fan and to have of fog the vision for the year twelve fifty to be honest and I'm I've I'm I'm afraid that the young generation is not waiting for a twenty fifty that will be going to solve the subject I think the they are urging us to demonstrate that we do have short term solutions and we focus on that for short term solutions envy will not so heavy engage in renew books I think there are many many companies who are now getting the call we will go and invest into recycling especially we will take care of all the plastic ways to recycle it we will prepare ourselves for a hydrogen company run a thank you so much for that run a sailor that see over the Austrian oil and gas explorer in V. joining us live in the daybreak Europe Steve thank you so

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