30 Burst results for "Dahlia"
Understanding Your Gut Microbiome with James and Dahlia Marin of Married to Health
"Gut health. And you know the the micro biogas is a little more nuanced than than you guys have taken a little bit. More of a focus There where did that come from. Just pure richest in the science or is that the most effective tool to focus on. I'm going to step off camera because there seems to be some sort of bird reunion happening outside of my window. Seven closed the window. But i'm listening. You say that question or care. So yeah i think the i think honestly was evolution so i just just as we evolved with our eating and started out kind of flexible. -tarian pesca -tarian. We evolved to more hundred whole foods plant based it was. It's the same in our research in our profession muscles registered bags editions. It's like we're constantly digging. I would say we're always looking for that. Where where does this ruin neck about. Why in that. Why connect with other. We're constantly digging. Ultimately we've been digging and it goes to gut health on. I recently claimed in another talk and another project we're working on. We're honestly i think gut health is the nexus of all health for the planet and so it really is these microbes that our foundation where they're talking about soil whether you're talking about our lungs or they're talking about the gut. Where talking about anything in australia. The microbe that makes it exists so we really came that understanding and and as integrative registered dieticians. We are looking for that route. And i think we've found it and one of our goals has always been help. People eat more plants whether they are fully plant based or not how to eat more plans and one of the biggest things is people tells. I won't eat them. I think they taste you know. I like integrating them. I just don't feel well when i eat them and i totally get it. You know coming from that background of not being healthy myself. I didn't even realize that. I had issues until james really was the one who brought it to my attention in. He brought up the fact that i would constantly say i have a stomach. I didn't even realize it at the time. I think it was just kind of natural after eating. I would always have stahnke pre plant based even when we first started plant based and so on my own kind of ideas type journey as while i've understood which foods are triggers for that and working with patients and working with clients over the last check eater or more. We've really started to understand that gut health can really be a hindrance to improving one's whether it's their weight that they wanna lose whether it's their glucose that they want to better manage their diabetes risk factors whether it's their cholesterol cancer risk factors no matter what it is adding more plants as always going to be a great
How To Grow Dahlia From Bulbs
"I have dal youtubers from this year. That were planted in a pot. Can i store those for next year. Well the answer is starting with. Yes definitely now. It'll depend a little bit on what she has in that pot. I've never studied them precisely. But there are Dallas that our annual the you buy them in spring as a little start planning the ground. They'll get oh maybe up toward knee-high so why beautiful colors flowers probably not any more than an inch and a half to two inches wide etc. Those i'm gonna call as an annual at least for me. I've never been able to dig in divide and save those over. Because i have tried it Just to cut down expense and then as an interesting challenge but then we come to the larger dallas. The ones that'll stand anywhere shirt pocket to Over your head. Those are usually of a larger flower a larger growing plant and so on. Those tubers are very savable. Now i have on one occasion. Only but i kept them in the tub that they were in. Let the whole darn thing. Dry down real well and stuck them in the garage on the inside wall where it well. He doesn't freeze gets darn cold but doesn't freeze and i i was able to restart them in the spring i would however if you've paid good money for them on their particular prize for you i would Well in most cases i would get them out of the ground starting now or right after the very first freeze or frost we have Let that top be killed then. Dig them Well carefully knocked the soil off of them. I should say pick it off or whatever then once they're dried down you can kind of wrote them in your hands and get him cleaned up. I would put them in. Well no more than three dollars or three tubers in particular potato sack. Now i'm using that as a thought to Let's say that you can do it this way. You also can from the grocery store pick some flat tight boxes that come We'll usually with berries. And so on and the you you can lay the dell youtubers on the bottom of the box. I would put something between the excelsior ships of newspaper. Whatever between them so they don't touch so that they won't spread of disease they won't get wet mushy before spring. Keep them and i. I have done this My family room is over a crawlspace crawlspace. It might drop down to the low fifties but that's about as low as it gets and they have wintered over there quite nicely. They'll shrivel up a little bit. You want to be sure you get him cleaned off so and you want to be sure. They're dry before you store them but that'll work. And a in addition to tadao dally tubers or or whatever. You wanna call emma. What what other plants would you be with right now right now and and because they've had a good summer the canas are subject to that now every once in a while canas will live over in the ground. I don't trust that if i have a particular variety I wanna bigham the same way. You would the dally.
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam
"Was a sunny sixty six degrees when a Lisa, lamb arrived in Los Angeles on January twenty sixth two, thousand thirteen. It felt vastly different from the frigid winters back home in Vancouver Canada. Lisa was a student at the University of British Columbia. She had decided to spend her winter break traveling up the coast of California by train. This trip was a big opportunity for Lisa. She was fascinated by the film and fashion industries. So what better place to experience both then Los Angeles? Over the past year she'd gained some traction on her blog, a site where she discussed her favorite style and beauty trends. But Lisa also opened up to her followers about her personal life. At Lisa's parents were a recent theme in her blog. They had immigrated from Hong Kong Years Prior, and we're particularly worried about their daughter traveling through America alone. But at least had promised to call them every day to check in operating on a student's Budget Lisa booked a cheap hotel in downtown. Los Angeles about a twenty minute walk from union station. It was called these stay on main, but it used to go by a more infamous title the Sicel Hotel. When Hotel Your William Hanner built the Sel in nineteen, twenty four, he installed its marble lobby stained glass windows and Parisians. Sure. Hanner hoped these ornate features would attract socialites and businessman five years later, the Great Depression hit and over the following decades, the property fell victim to the economic disaster. While glamorous visitors continued to stay at the C. Soul in the nineteen thirties and forties. By the time World War Two had passed most guests were transients or low income citizens of the city. The neighborhood surrounding the hotel gradually became known as skid row it streets hosted thousands of homeless citizens. Skid row grew to be the epicenter of criminal and drug activity in Los, Angeles and the seasonal hotel was at the heart of it. Countless sexual assault cases, several murders, and over a dozen suicides have happened behind its doors Elizabeth short more famously dubbed. The Black Dahlia was rumored to have had a drink at the hotel the night of her murder in January nineteen, forty seven. Whether. Or not. She actually stepped foot into the sea soul her body was found only blocks away. In. One thousand, nine, hundred, sixty to a guest named pauline in dough from the ninth storey window landing on a passer-by. Both people died. In the Nineteen Eighties serial killer Richard Ramirez better known as the night stalker lived at the hotel during one of his murder sprees in return there each night after committing his crimes. It's unclear whether a lease, a new, the properties history, but the neighborhood didn't sound any alarms for her. On January twenty eighth her third day in Los Angeles she checked into the hostile style shared room at the newly rebranded stay on main hotel. On January twenty sixth and Lisa updated her blog. She seemed excited about going to a speakeasy at discreet cocktail lounge where she planned to catch some live jazz. Her next update shared some concerning news. She said she lost a cell phone that evening keyword being A. She wrote that the phone wasn't hers but had been borrowed from a friend. It's not entirely clear if Lisa had another device on hand or needed to borrow this one because her own phone was broken. She had a laptop with her to her blog but complained about the bad WIFI in the hotel. On January thirty, first, a Lisa was switched from shared dormitory to a private room. According to the Hotel Management Elisa's roommates had filed complaints about her odd behavior. Just what this behavior was is unclear even so at Lisa's trip appeared otherwise uneventful until January thirty first, which was supposed to be her final day in Los Angeles. She was due to check out the next morning on the thirty first she visited a bookstore close to the hotel. The shots manager said she spoke to a Lisa who seemed to be in good spirits. At, Lisa told her that she was buying gifts for her family. She was also looking for a book that wouldn't be too heavy to carry on her journey. According to the police the bookseller was one of the last people Lisa had contact with. When a Lisa's parents didn't hear from her that evening they called the Los Angeles Police Department in a panic. Lisa had been checking in daily.
"dahlia" Discussed on Ghost Town
"There's so many possibilities even given what you would need to be to be the killer be would you say that if the general consensus is it's if you had to pick someone neutral dow. Likely for sure not to spoil anything because again, these books really the only book that says that it's him is his sons book. The other books have these different theories and a lot of them explore a lot of different theories and some weaker than others. These are the really the prominent ones. Especially being linked to other serial killers and being involved in a series of murders or something like that. It's hard to say, I can pretty confidently say whoever murdered the Black Dahlia probably murdered other people. The amount of precision. Again, the idea of clean the fingerprints off the just the aside from the medical expertise intelligence in. High. Society. I this is not your first Rodeo kind of thing. You wouldn't do go through this much and be like well, I'm good. Yeah I've kind of. Done yeah and also the arrogance thinking no, one would miss this person this young woman you know kind of lived data day, which is is very sad but it's it's all of these things beauty glamour. House slickness poverty you know this this beautiful woman with decaying teeth. You know that is kind of an apt metaphor for for la and for this case, some things I saw that that the idea that she was here to be an actress. Say That not necessarily true. Yeah. Necessarily jokes know one of the video took was at John Marshall High School. And took some modeling photos there the video and my book Jason Horton. We'll talk about anything for a dollar. Yeah. That book it's Yeah. But there's Meyer that those are some of the last known photos of possibly her alive. Yeah. So that was kind of interesting because I think the idea being like. You feel like peg entwistle who jumped off the Hollywood sign type totally old Hollywood lineker goal wasn't like it's acting or nothing and you know she. Ultimately died for her love of. Being famous or something like that button when you move to Los Angeles that's not you don't come here to be like I. I really I really love accounts receivable I gotta get to. Unless you are into account. And that's totally fine. I'm sorry Yeah. Please don't unsubscribe please. No No. Exactly and and people moving here just to be close to this to the you know what's happening in La especially in this time very glamorous I can't. I don't think she. No, she wasn't like shouldn't enroll in acton cloudy and she wasn't a serious actor but she loved the the idea of being around people. She loved the of like. All. These these kind of amorphous dreams of what it means to make a life in La and and those are really far away from the reality of it which she realized unfortunately. But a really fascinating case really iconic. I would say it's one of the most famous unsolved cases in the United States for sure and is is you know here here in our home of Los Angeles, love it or leave it, leave it now no, love it. Okay..
"dahlia" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Performed and protecting various valuable secrets about abortion services that he provided to high profile people. About this time hotel left briefly for China where he worked with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. All of this came to light in two, thousand and four. So this is stuff that was really buried for a very long time. In late nineteen, forty, nine huddles, teenage daughter, Tamar accused him of incestuous sexual abuse and impregnating her after which she was given a back alley abortion. He was acquitted after a gigantic trial. There have been three witnesses present during who and participated in the sex act to testified at the trial and the third recanted her earlier testimony and refused to come forward. The theory being that hotel had threatened her into silence. The trial had cosgrove Aguire and she made up the entire abuse allegation for attention after the trial though known or suspected sex criminals in the area were being investigated I for the Black Dahlia murder. That's where his name kind of came into play. It also came out in the trial that Tamar had allegedly claim that her father was the Dahlia killer hotels medical degree also arouse suspicion given the nature of the way her body was. and. The blood was let out at least eight witnesses claimed firsthand knowledge of Nineteen forty-six relationship between short and hotel then back from China and living Los Angeles. The full details of the investigation came to light only in two thousand and three. When George Hotel Black, Dahlia file was discovered in the vault at Los Angeles County District Attorney's office huge news. Amazing. Where was this file? Who knows the file reveal that in nineteen fifty hotel was the prime suspect of the Dahlia murder his private Hollywood residents was electronically bugged by. An eighteen men DA LAPD task force during the period February fifteenth to March. Twenty seventh nineteen fifty the transcripts of conversations revealed hotels references to performing illegal abortions, giving payoffs to law enforcement officials, and his possible involvement in the deaths of his secretary and short the DA tapes recorded him saying supposed I, did kill the Black Dahlia they can't prove it now they can't talk to my secretary anymore because she's dead they thought there was something fishy anyway now, they may have figured it out killed her maybe I did call my secretary..
"dahlia" Discussed on Ghost Town
"It's just a really cruel duplicitous thing to do which again they the savagery around journalists to get tips on this and you're right. It feels very reflective of our current times. Unfortunately, the Herald Express was soon swamped with anonymous reports tips, some of which actually proved to be useful on January twenty four. The suspicious Manila envelope was discovered by US Postal Service worker the envelope had been addressed to the La Examiner and other less angels papers with individual words that have been cut and pasted from a newspaper clipping. Additionally large message on the face of the envelope read. Here's Dahlia's belongings letter to follow the envelope contained shorts, birth certificate, business cards, photographs, names written on pieces of paper and an address book with Mark Hansen in on the cover, the packet had been carefully cleaned with gasoline similar shorts body, which led police to suspect the packet had been sent directly by her killer despite the efforts to clean it several partial fingerprints were lifted from the. Envelope and sent to the FBI for testing. But they were compromised again in transit and could not be analyzed another technological snafu. The same day the packet was received by the examiner handbag and black suede shoes reported to concede on top of a garbage cannon alley a short distance from Norton Avenue two miles from where her body was discovered. The items were covered by the police, but they had all been wiped clean with gasoline destroying any fingerprints. On March fourteenth and apparent suicide note scrawled in Pencil on a bit of paper was found tucked into a shoe in a pile of men's clothing by the oceans edge at the foot of breeze, avenue in Venice the note read to May Concern I've waited for the police to capture me for the Black Dahlia killing but have not I am too much of a coward to turn myself in. So this. Is the best way out for me. I couldn't help myself for that or this Sari Mary the pile of clothing was first seen by beach caretaker who reported the discovery of John Dillon who was a lifeguard.
"dahlia" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Back in black I'm Jason Horton I'm Rebecca Lieb, and this is a ghost town. I. Have wanted to do this case for a very long time, but it is such a part of my own Ellie history and is so intimidating in some ways because it's so gigantic that I kind of leaned away from it but Jason just went to a bunch of locations and was kind of hinting at the idea that maybe we should do it. So here, we are today talking about the iconic La, still unsolved crime of the Black Dahlia murder. This is is the one. This is the big big one. It's La's probably oldest unsolved. Cold case and probably when you talk about true crime I mean this is probably up there. With, all with all the big ones it really is, and again, there's so much to it. It's not even just that it's an unsolved because really on paper, it's like L. A. Girls Young a young woman is murdered and we can't find the killer and it's La and it could be anybody but there's so many strange nooks and crannies to this case. There's so much Hollywood to it with like baked inside of it. You know there's like youth and beauty and ambition, but really the big thing about this case is that it is a the side. It's like the face of Los Angeles and I think that's why people are so obsessed with it. It's very stereotypical to me like you know this city takes people and choose them up and spits them out or. It rejects them. This is the case that a lot of that was foundational to. It is the darker part of the dream of entertainment of stardom of Glamour. It really manipulates that and this is what CR- I mean really creates the. Like the the bad. Reputation that Elliott has in terms of. What you will do to be famous. You know all the things like what you will put yourself out there for and so much of that has taken over the idea of the Black Dahlia murder when in actuality, the facts are much different and and the person who is Elizabeth Short is still a mystery. So all of this. presupposition can be put on this case in a way that will never really know. What was wrong and apparently people are not. Done. Talking about now socio with it and like you said, it's Hollywood itself now. Will make a movie or another book or there's another blog post and it probably will never truly be solved although there are claims that. Solve for the most part it is solved, but we won't get the closure of a formalized solution to this case source are solving of her murder was the the the. The photos considering it's one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, seven. The amount of photos is pretty astounding which I've noticed when I was doing the filming locations and when you run across the crime scene photos, it's extremely jarring. No matter how many times you've seen it it's extremely gruesome. Yeah, and I it's it's tough especially when I until the Mayor Park and was looking for photos com. Comparing the what it looks like now to then and yeah, you get a lot of crime scene photos..
High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm
"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"We are going to zero in. In on June medical today that is the Louisiana abortion case, the one that required admitting privileges for abortion providers within thirty miles of a local hospital. It raises almost the same questions. The court already decided in women's health in two, thousand, sixteen, or what we like to call the Anthony Kennedy Times the surprise outcome in June, medical involved a very careful four for Split, in which Justice Steven Brier wrote for the four liberals to say the case was exactly the same as Texas the for conservatives wrote separate descent, saying either Louisiana should directly prevail. Prevail in its efforts to force doctors to get admitting privileges or that the case should go back to the courts and Louisiana doctors should try harder to get admitting privileges, and we'll figure this out later. The chief justice writing for himself alone right so he's does not agree with either of the two sides, says that while he absolutely disagreed with whole women's health at the time, he still disagrees with it now. The principles of star decisive force him to strike down the Louisiana Law. which he says is the same as the Texas law. His opinion then becomes the quote unquote controlling opinion, because it is the narrowest opinion in which he agrees with the outcome of the Liberals, but does not agree with their reasoning, so his opinion alone becomes the law of this case, the chief justice in so doing fiddled a little bit with the undue burden test that we had after Casey in Nineteen ninety-two. Interesting your. He also set off a kind of Sue Nami of legal commentary. That weirdly enough seems to have divided along gender lines over weather in so doing, he has made the right to terminate a pregnancy more secure or less secure going forward. Joining us to try to work through. This are too dear. Dear friends of this show, Melissa Murray one of the hosts of these strict scrutiny. PODCAST is also Frederick I in stokes professor of law at Nyu. School of Law Jeffrey Toobin who covers the courts for the New Yorker, and for CNN and his new book, True Crimes and Misdemeanors, the investigation of Donald Trump will come out in August just for point of Reference Melissa. Murray's in the Washington Post after June was the Supreme Court's abortion decision seems pulled from the Casey Playbook Jeff's headline in the New Yorker was John Roberts distances himself? Himself from the trump McConnell legal project, and before we jump in, I need to note that I am not a neutral observer in this weird debate. My own piece of that I wrote after June medical suggested that I thought that chief was by no means bolstering row, or the right to choose, and Jeff started his piece by respectfully disagree with me, so Jeff Melissa. Thank you so much for coming back. It's great to have you. Thanks for having me I value. The the one thing I was curious. I'm not disagreeing with you. I hadn't I hadn't realized that that that I guess. What the implication of what you're saying, is that the optimists about Roberts? May in the pessimists are women I hadn't realized that or thought about that and don't even know if I agree with it, but I'm I hope we can tease out what that might mean because that that is a puzzling and interesting observation in I could be wrong. Let Melissa Way. I will say that Larry tribe who a piece kind of along the lines of yours said you know who's Ron here Melissa Murray. Murray Dahlia quickly a lemon. I think an an Linda greenhouse right. I think he also disagreed with Linda so I think there is this weird gender divide, and while I don't want to Belabor. It I do think it's super interesting at the glass half full people have tended to be men but Melissa. Do you again if you dispute this? Now's a good time. I mean I. Don't dispute it I think it is empirically verifiable. I'm just going to come out and say Montaigne Urus. Team Uterus Okay Jeff you just take Take that for what is. Let's maybe start by setting the table because I think this is a slightly confusing case in that it's different and yet the same as whole women's health, so so maybe Melissa if you could just. Tell us. The facts of June medical and kind of get us all on the same page. So June medical involves Louisiana admitting privileges law the Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act. which is honestly virtually identical to the Texas admitting privileges law that was struck down in two thousand, sixteen and five to three decision of the court in whole women's health versus Heller Stat the differences of course between two thousand sixteen now is that the composition of the court has changed substantially justice. Kennedy who joined the liberal wing of the court in whole? Women's health is obviously no longer on the bench and he's been replaced by Justice Cavanaugh. The decision at the time was five to three, because it was during that interregnum period between when. He passed away in February of two thousand sixteen, and when Neil gorsuch was added to the court after Donald Trump's election so again whole women's health. I think was sort of watershed moment in the abortion, rights movement It was written by Steven Briar Dahlia at the time you pointed out that by itself was actually very interesting that you had this male member of the court. I'm not someone who wasn't justice GINSBURG. Really coming out in a full throated defense of abortion rights and more importantly, adding teeth to the standard that governs abortion litigation that standard announced in one, thousand, nine hundred. Pellet parenthood of southeastern Pennsylvania Versus Casey in Women's health justice. Briar makes it a little, too. The're on Casey's a little sort of Amorphous and vague I'm in what is required of course when assessing an abortion regulation and in whole limits. Health Justice Breyer says that one of the things that needs to be done. Is You have to weigh the purported benefits of the proposed abortion restriction against? Against the burdens that it potentially imposes, and so this weighing of burdens and benefits is really key here and in whole women's health. It was determined that since the admitting privileges, law really had no verifiable medical benefits for women it really just imposed more burdens, and because it imposed more burdens benefits, it was a substantial obstacle and therefore unconstitutional. This Louisiana Law is identical to that Ostensibly, the same kind of weighing of burdens and benefits should have happened in the lower court. That didn't happen. Instead. The fifth circuit distinguished the situation from that in Texas by saying Louisiana was different state, and therefore the benefits and burdens would be different and Louisiana, and so they upheld the law a came before the court and Justice Breyer writing for justice to your justice. Kagan and Justice Ginsburg redeployed the same kind of analysis that he exercised in women's health He could not get a fifth vote to join him. He did get a vote for the judgment, which is of course that the Louisiana law does pose. Pose an unconstitutional burden into the right to an abortion, but not for the same reasons that he would have come to you so chief justice Roberts sort of stands alone on this he concurs in the judgment, but not in the reasoning, and because he is a sort of.
"Michael Dip Aleida was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on December eighteen, nineteen seventy. But the parents struggled with drug addiction, which led to mock obeying raised by his grandparents. MARKLE developed his own substance abuse problems during early adolescence, and at the age of fifteen, he was admitted to a Rehab facility. Following his release, he maintained sobriety for five and a half years, and worked as not cancel at the same treatment sent out where he drew saved hell. He relapsed in his early twenties and spent the next few years in and dad of Rahab and began dealing crack cocaine. Michael eventually relocated to Florida and began working as a telemarketer for several different companies. His job involved cold, calling potential investors to sell gold coins and foreign currency. And Natural Sows Ben Michael thrived in this line of work at one point earning around two hundred thousand dollars in an eighteen month period. However the siles worse game in which the telemarketing companies would keeping clients investment money. When this games inevitably fell apart, Michael set up a cold cooling scheme of his own. Into thousand two, he was arrested and delighted, convicted of unlicensed tele-marketing communications, fraud and grand theft, and was sentenced to two years prison. He was released in two thousand five with an extended probationary period of twenty years, and ordered to pay a total of two hundred and nineteen thousand dollars in restitution to his victims. A payment schedule was set up in which Michael would contribute monthly installments over the course of his twenty eight year probation. He was also required to report to his parole officer once a month to provide details regarding where he was living who he was living with what car he was driving and how much income he made. His home and vehicle could be searched without prior warning at any time, and he was forbidden from leaving. Palm Beach County in southeast, Florida with the AD obtaining prior approval from the parole office. Upon, his release from prison, markle moved in with these. Go Friend Maria. He immediately started using drugs again, which prompted Maria to end their relationship? Determined to get so about once, and for all markle stopped using and begin attending support meetings and canceling. He secured a job at an online marketing company and reconciled with Maria, and the two were married in July of two thousand seven. Afraid of ever returning to prison Michael cooperated with these parole conditions and maintained his sobriety. He developed a stable retain starting h morning with the Noli Session at the gym before heading off to work. In late, two, thousand seven, he started his own online marketing company. Mad Media, which solved I'd bananas and search engine optimization services to help clients direct more traffic to their websites. The company's initial success was hindered by the global financial crisis of Thursday night, not mad media to end a decent profit regardless and avoided markle comfortable lifestyle that catered to his expensive tastes. By October of two thousand eight, he's marriage had started crumbling. Maria was out of town when Kobe introduced him to Eros Dot Com a website that advertised sex work services. As detailed in the book poison candy by Elizabeth. Parker! Michael contact a sex work I need Dali, Muhammad and to the to organized to meet that evening. Markle was immediately attracted to up. Who was the daughter of Peruvian and digestion parents? She was born in New York, but raised in Boynton beach along with her younger brother and sister. The parents had divorced when she was seventeen. The which she lost contact with her father, but maintained a close relationship with her mother, two siblings and her mother's extended family. At the age of nineteen, Dali started sex work and spent several years running message policy in south Florida and California. She was also a law since Thrilla Stygian and worked part time as a real taw. Markle and Dahlia had a common and instantly hit it off.
New FX Documentary Explores Life Of The Woman Behind Roe v. Wade Decision
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Jenny Elliott on Best Cut Flowers and Dahlias
"So I'm in the middle of crop planning now. I'm doing it in chunks this year so I don't lose my mind and so that's that's all I've been thinking about lately and Yeah I think I think through things as as how I'm GONNA use them in design or how the florist that we sell to are. GonNa use the design. Because that's you know so much of what we do right so you might think of some like as focal points. For instance right. Is that what you do? You know what I have I have. I have three main categories. I think one is focal. Flowers to is accent flowers. You know those little guys that you still need arrangement And and three is A lot of people call them whimsey. Flowers maybe we call them you who arrangement and go home and then foliage too I you know is of course a really important one so In those groups Where SHOULD WE START? We start with some of the what are some of the and I guess. I should say last Last year when we spoke on the show. Um You and I talked a lot about a lot of your favorites among the maybe some of the more commonly grown zinnias and miracles. I just mentioned your favorite varieties and about succession planting sowing more than once with those and and we'll give a link to all that and we can talk about it a little again but With those focal flowers. What are some of the examples of that in in your in your planting plan that you're working on? Yeah so so. It's something that we think about as needing to have a focal flower at least through the entire season so from at least may through November So a lot of those are quite picky Greenhouses or whatnot right. Like our first one that comes in the nominees and ridiculous Followed shortly by tulips and then We plant lilies and crates in the greenhouse to kind of Fill in a gap between tulips and peonies and then again between peonies and like the summer flowers that are coming in right You know and then we've got some flowers and then all those all those loves that we already talked about the miracles rebekah and things like that at high summer on to Dahlia's and then airlift mums. And that's kind of like an overview of how we think of our focal flowers season so we gardeners now I mean. We can't plant Tulips now we could put in an order for the fall when the listings common. Think about having that as To stretch are cutting garden And Lily some of those are sold at different times of year but many in the fall peonies same thing so I mean those are important for us to think about maybe not just having in Abadan border where we might be hesitant to cut it but adding a few to Abed that's more of a nursery cutting area. Yeah Yeah not being afraid to to cut those suckers out so so Dallas Dallas and sunflower sound like to that are Ones that we should We should consider an in Dallas a little special and how they're grown. Tell us some of the ones you love both in the Dallas and sunflower some of your favorites or the types that you like Yeah well let's see Dolly is I their their favorite flower has been my whole life. I didn't yeah I loved him. I I was like a nerdy kid who who You know wrote letters to diet companies saying May. I please have a Cadillac when I was in middle school. You Know Pre Internet But I what I love about them so much as all the shapes right there's so many shapes and sizes and colors and the variety is just tremendous can be a little overwhelming So we try a lot and keep our favorites. You know but Some one of my favorites Assira glow. It's like a huge salmon dinner plate. We say it looks like a lobster. Cnn or something very dramatic Of course Kathy L. A. Week rotund us do what works and so what color. How would you describe the color? Oh it's it's it's It's blessing Milky Sometimes almost hand you know kind of ivory color and is it big or small. What shape is it? It's pretty big It's it's I think it's classified as a dinner plate but for us. It never is quite quite that big you know. Maybe maybe five six inches across And they have just these beautiful faces lots and lots of petals And then I really really love ball values. You know the perfect perfect ball. Yeah Yes yes. Yeah one that I was late to the game with but we finally put them in last year was cornell. Brown Cornell runs. Gosh yeah it's a perfect ball actually bronze colored and so prolific like just sent upstate. Master semester stem a lot. More of those do you grow any of the cactus kind or any of the other shapes or more dinner plate and and the ball types We don't do cactus ones because they have such a short base life. Oh interesting I didn't know that I. Yeah Yeah then The balls lasts longest you can get you know. It's hard with diets because they do have a short life just in general but the balls usually lasts for about a week which is the longest And then some of dinner plates are really surprising. You know you can get five days out of summer so And then the CACTUS ones the more the more loosey Goosey the pedals. Are you know like the less structure? There is high flower. I see the shorter the vase. Life Yeah. But all there's all kinds of classifications of Dahlia's right. We grow formal decorative informal decorative anemone type values and the balls and the pom-poms teeny tiny pom-pom. Yeah which I
"dahlia" Discussed on Creepify
"But was cleared of suspicion. After passing numerous polygraph. Examinations police also interviewed several persons found listed enhance address. Book including Martin Lewis who have been an acquaintance of shorts. Lewis was able to provide an alibi alibi for the date of the Short's murder as he was in Portland Oregon visiting his father in law. Who has died of kidney failure a total of seven hundred fifty investigators? LAPD and other other departments worked on the case during its initial stages including four hundred sheriff deputies two hundred and Fifty California state patrol officers. Various locations were searched for potential attention evidence including storm drains throughout Los Angeles abandoned structures and various sites along the Los Angeles River but the searches yield no further evidence city councilmen. Lloyd Davis posted a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading police shorts killer after the announcement the reward. Various people came forward with confessions. Most of which police dismissed as false. Several the false confessions were charged with obstruction of justice. On January twenty six another letter was received by the examiner. This time. Handwritten which read here. It is turning in Wednesday Saturday January. Twenty ninth ten. AM as police. Black Delilah of injure letter also location at which posted killer would turn himself in. Police waited location the morning January twenty ninth but the lurch killer did not appear instead a one PM. Examiner offices received another cut pasted letter which read have changed my mind. You would not give me a square deal. Delilah killing was justified. The graphic nature of the crime in a subsequent squint and the letters received by the examiner have resulted in a media frenzy surrounding shorts murder. Both local and national publications covered the story heavily report suggesting gesture toward you for hours. Prior to death the information was false yet. Police forces circulate so as to conceal shorts true caused a death which was servile hemorrhage from the public further reports about shorts personal life or publicized including details barrel declining of Hanson's romantic advances additionally a stripper who was the acquaintance of Shorto police that she liked to give guys worked up over her but she leaves them hanging dry. This leads some reporters fours and detectives to look into the possibility that Short was lesbian McGee question employees and patrons of gay bars in Los Angeles. This claim remained unclear their herald express several letters from the killer again made with cut pace clippings one which read I will give up on Delilah L. A. Killing if I get ten years don't try to find me a February I in Los Angeles. Daily News reported that the case had run into a stonewall with no new leads for investigators S. gas to pursue the examiner continue to run stories on the murder investigation which was front page news for thirty five days. Following the discovery of the body. Shorts murder order has been described as one of the most brutal and Corporal Enduring Crimes in American history and Times magazine. This is one of the most famous unsolved cases in the world. Schwartz life and death have been the basis of numerous books and films both fictionalized and nonfiction and in reality fictitious -tations suspect at a forty one years. Elizabeth Door was portrayed here by Jessica Nelson among the most famous fictional accounts of shorts. Death is James Elroy nineteen eighty-seven novel the Black Delilah which edition in the murder explore the larger fields of politics crime corruption. Compare Noyon Post War Los Angeles. I hope you enjoyed this week on creepy Fai. I hope I struck a nerve or gave you that. Feeling as if you're gladys his daylight or you're freaked out because nightfall if you have a creepy story you want me to tell us a segment incre fi then send me a DM on twitter story. You've heard of or experienced yourself and I'll read it aloud episodes. Now you subscribe on Itunes Google. We'll play pod bean or wherever else you listen to your podcast offer free now. If you feel need to support my show you can do so my patriotic now. So if you're waiting for my next episode drop feel free to check out my podcast I host. It's called Luke News L. E. W. T. News for an upbeat Kinda scary social podcast but until next episode just remember to stay safe and and watch out at the darkness..
"dahlia" Discussed on The First Degree
"So the detectives have him in the interrogation room for twelve hours straight and it doesn't look good. He lied about or at least she lied about where he worked He was married. What was he doing then he all of a sudden shows up at her place and then takes her or to Los Angeles and that's the last place that she's seen but he keeps sticking to his story and he said he would take a polygraph? He said he would take truth stare. He begged him. He's like I'm innocent. Sent let me do anything. So they gave him two polygraphs the I was inconclusive. And the second he passed and the police had nothing else on him so they had to let them go and we're back to square one so the next week they put out a bulletin looking for anyone who might have information about where Elizabeth was between the dates of January ninth and January Fifteenth they used a black and white picture of a smiling Elizabeth and underneath with the description. They sealed her place in history. As the cautionary tale of the Wayward Party girl. Here's what it said. Female American twenty two years five foot six inches one hundred and eighteen pounds black hair. Green is a very attractive. Bad Lower Teeth fingernails chewed too quick. The subject found brutally murdered body. Seven mutilated January Fifteenth Nineteen Forty seven at at thirty ninth and Norton subject on whom information wanted last seen January nineteen forty seven when she got out of car at the Biltmore hotel at that the time she was wearing black suit. No Colorado coat probably Cardigan style. White Floppy Blouse Black Suede high heel shoes nylon stockings white gloves full full length beige coat. She carried a black plastic handbag with two handles which was twelve inches by eight inches. In which she had a black address book subject abject readily makes friends with both sexes and frequented cocktail bars and nightspots. On leaving car she went into the lobby of the biltmore and was last. I've seen their inquiry should be made at all hotels motels apartment houses cocktail bars. And Lounges nightclubs. Just to ascertain the whereabouts are about a victim between dates mentioned in conversation subject readily identified herself as Elizabeth or Beth short so a week later package package arrived in the newsroom. The Los Angeles examiner inside was a ransom letter style note which the author pasted together from words and letters clip from from different L.. A. Newspapers at Fred quote. Here is Dahlia's belongings letter to follow inside the packages at birth certificate Social Security Card in an I D- name on all three Elizabeth Short. The letter was postmarked January. Twenty four th at six thirty from downtown Los Angeles so the killer was still in La. But that wasn't the only clue also inside. The package was an address. Book on the cover of the book was named in Boston. Gold Letters. Mark Hanson Jason and Mark Hansen was a nightclub owner in town. He also rented rooms and is home to various girls and police talked with him and he said that he rented our room out to Elizabeth the previous summer and she must have stolen his address book. Antonoff who is shorts Roomma- Hansen's house said that he had hit on Elizabeth Elizabeth that one point but he was rejected but the cops eventually cleared him and ask for this book. There are seventy five names inside which were seventy five new leads but but it also had one page torn-out Everley was followed. But they were all dead ends on the same day Elizabeth's handbag along with one of her shoes was found by a trash. Trash can a few miles from our. Her body was laughed but the yielded little clues the following day's letters began. Arriving to the newspapers quote. Security is turning in Wednesday January twenty nine ten. Am had my fun. A police signed lack Dolly evanger. Another one came. Dahlia's is killer cracking wants terms that another to Los Angeles Herald Express. I will give up in Dali killing if I get ten years. Don't try to find may then have changed my mind you would not give me a square deal Dahlia killing was justified rights and by February. I just two two weeks. After Elizabeth's body was found the case went cold or than fifty man would confess to the crime before quickly being discredited newspapers hired famous mystery writers to get their take on the case. There were one hundred fifty suspects none of them panned out through the years. People suspected everyone from L. A.. Times Times publisher. Norman Chandler to actress director Orson Welles but decades later. The clues persisted the surgical precision of the bisection the horrific horrific smile. The killer gave her the way she was posed the neighborhood she was left in and the sadistic nature of the crime. It all painted a picture of a killer with a medical Michael Background. One Who used people like toys and one who wanted to make a statement on the list of one hundred fifty suspects one name checked all of the boxes and that was George Hotel. It's at this point in our story were are two I degrees join us. And these two women in the story of their family have captivated people across the world and across multiple mediums and platforms including. TNT's I am the night in their incredibly successful cadence. Thirteen podcast root of evil. And we're GONNA do a deep dive into the depravity and the various crimes committed by Dr George Odell in next week's episode episode. But for now all you know is that the great grandfather to Raja Pecoraro and Yvette Genteel lay. Who is Dr? George Hotel is believed to be responsible for the murder of the Black Dahlia Roger. Innovate both learned the truth about their family in their early lives in the learned all about it from their grandmother Tomorrow Hotel. Who is the daughter of suspect? George Hotel George. Odell is my mother's grandfather. George Hotel would be migrate grandfather. We new of this bigger than life story that we were told by our grandmother Tomorrow Hotel and we all believed her because she she was this unbelievable storyteller. I don't remember a time when I didn't know But I like she would say not only did he kill Elizabeth the short but that he killed multiple women and she should talk about that like she was talking about going to the store to get bread like it was never like a big deal all to her and for me thinking back on it like I remember probably I must have been twelve thirteen gene or so like when I first started understanding. You know about the Black Dahlia and George Odell public awareness of George Hotel as the prime suspect in the murder of Elizabeth Short increased greatly with a book called blocked Elliott evanger which billy has referenced as a source for this episode prior to this moment and was fascinating about this. Is that a details just another branch of the story of this family. which makes things all the more interesting in the book? The Block Doc Dolly Avenger was written by Steve Hotel Son to George Odell was also an lapd detective for quite a long time. Steve Odell the Dow is the great uncle. Raja in event so steep Odell is our great uncle. And it's very weird so for me. St was always on on a mission to tell his story which he's the son of George Tall he's tomorrow's half brother and he discovered all this evidence evidence and I will never put that past him like he did. He's done the work Ryan Hughes a former Elliott homicide detective and he believes that George was killer. Villas Bischoff at the Black Dia which I do believe that George Killed Her. This evidence there. referencing that Steve uncovered. We're GONNA get into that next week. But I feel that Stephen our mom they were always kind of on their separate missions like mom was on her mission to tell her story St Divas on his mission to tell his story and I feel like they could have worked together. You always knew that. And you'd always heard that that your great grandfather was the killer of the Black Dahlia. What do you what do you think the most compelling evidence that he did kill Elizabeth Short when his house was bugged act and the things that he said and did in just things if you think about just the degrading of his own child.
"dahlia" Discussed on The First Degree
"When I got up to it. I turned to my photographer said he felix. I said this woman's cutting Haft where the body was cut in half it was done very very almost almost professionally like a meat cutter a guy who had knowledge of of addressing the year down in the field or something like that reporters from the Los Angeles Examiner found contact information for Elizabeth's mother phoebe short. WHO's living in Boston at the time? They phoned phoebe but they didn't tell her that Elizabeth had died or had been murdered or anything. They told her that her daughter had just WANNA beauty contests and they wanted to know. More information about our background continence sort of baited her into giving some background information about Elizabeth. So phoebe told them that. Her daughter was movie struck and that she came out west to California -fornia because everyone used to tell her how beautiful she was and she wanted to pursue a career in modeling acting. The reason people still come to La to this day. This is really up up. That isn't we do do that. Yes unethical things all the time for this sort of information. This was one of the things that happened all the time. This is really bad so it was only after. She gave his information about her daughter. Elizabeth who she loved and adored and was. I'm sure happy to rave about out thinking that she'd want a beauty contest that she learned the real truth about why these reporters were calling. Her daughter had been murdered. Murdered her ethically in her body had had been desecrated. Here's Elizabeth's mother. phoebe short discussing her daughter in an interview that was conducted many years after the murder. She was very Korea and affectionate sweet girl and if she was out at night Gio is stopped in my bedroom to talk and then she would talk and talk and tell everything she had done and everything and now here's Mary a childhood friend of Elizabeth's full statuesque risk and had a real warmth about her. She loved people th- reporters have their storyline storyline and now they had to flush out their characters in this horror movie. They didn't know who the monster was for now. QB described as a sex ex- fiend slayer or the Werewolf murderer but the victim. The victim story would be portrayed initially as a cocktail of pretty small town girl who moves to Hollywood set to become a star. Elizabeth Short was born in Hyde Park Massachusetts. She lived with four sisters and her mother their father had left the family in nineteen thirty. Already she attended Medford High School and a friend of hers said Doddie. which is sister betty who they often called? Elizabeth and I were going to be movie. Stars is a quote we were all in trance. With movie stars starstruck. We spend hours talking about movie stars about going to Hollywood. We performed using the shorts front porch as a stage and Elizabeth left school early because of a long Aleman which led her to warmer climates. She waited tables in Miami where she met a Flying Tigers pilot named Matt Gore. Let's find in titus. It's just a name of a squadron. So he was like a fighter pilot. Flying Tigers is like a a military coup. Thanks and so he was soon sent overseas and according to Steve Hotels book the Black Dahlia Venture. She reportedly wrote him twenty seven letters in the first eleven days that he was gone. She moved Out to Santa Barbara in January of nineteen forty three and she told friends that court proposed to her in April of nineteen forty five but tragically. He was killed in a plane crash few months later Elizabeth then went back to Miami then back to Massachusetts then finally to Hollywood and her mother told reporters at Elizabeth was in a few movies but the actors strike dried up roles so she was taking a break and living in San Diego but just days later the narrative began to turn on Elizabeth and the reporters. Were happy around with it. They talked with Lynn Martin. A former roommate of Elizabeth's in the to actually lived together when a group of nine girls all showed a place on north north Cherokee Avenue in Hollywood. And it's literally blocks from where we sit at this moment will and also that just reminds me of when we're younger and we shared a house with a bunch of girls. We had five live girl remains but we had crystal Lacey also living with us so we were at least seven. Oh always living in a house on what was visit Omar. Yeah up in Hollywood too so this is a very very common narrative for people who just drive in La. It's like you don't know one in. LA is from La. So it's like we're all coming here together and and you WanNa find friendships and you end up living in a house with a bunch of girls and that's how you sort of start your life. Here it's blocks from where we're sitting at this very moment and Lynn. Elizabeth Elizabeth Roommate was only fifteen at the time and she was an aspiring singer and actor and she painted a picture of the lifestyle that she elizabeth and women like them were leading at this time she said to the examiner. There are many like me. Women had meager salaries who are forced to accept pickups in pickups isn't really lia term that we're all familiar with in this day and age would pick ups were men would by women dinner and then possibly pay for other sort of essentials. Maybe utilities utilities. Maybe this that and they sort of took care of these women and they learn that after Elizabeth Short moved out of the Cherokee House. She moved to a studio Jio City Motel with another group of young women there. They learned that Elizabeth quote had a different boyfriend every night. Which I think is an unfair statement but it is what it is? Yeah so the police worked track down the various men in her life and they started with Joseph fickling. Elizabeth Elizabeth had told friends that she was once engaged to this man but he denied it and the Times reported that he was wary of the girls feelings for him and uncertain that Romance. It's might not be any more permanent than her interest in more than twenty other boyfriends so fickling actually sent her a hundred dollar money order in December of nineteen forty six and. She wrote him a letter a week before her murder but he had an alibi and was cleared so the papers talked about details like the former roommate. Who Said Elizabeth used to sit at the bar angle her leg so people could catch a glimpse of the Rose Tattoo on her thigh another frontal the La Times quote? She was always going out and she loved to prow the boulevard. We know before you move on though. I WanNa talk about Tattoo in this era. Yeah in what do we know about it. Do you know anything about like tattoos. Tattoos Tattoos back in the forties forties. They were definitely more male upper sailors and things like that women getting tattoos. No it was not nearly comet it is it is now but anyways about her friends. They allegedly were hinting that she was a sex worker and within a few days the narrative started started to change. She was now a wannabe. starlet turned desperate. Hollywood party girl. The media was as cold as brutal towards women then as it is now times change but they stay they stay the same. It's at this point that the media was portraying Elizabeth to be involved in sex work and things of of that nature but there was no truth to that. Here's Harry Hansen. He's no longer live but he was one of the original Black Dahlia detectives on the case..
"dahlia" Discussed on The First Degree
"There are some crimes that people just can't stop thinking about can't stop talking about. The details are just too shocking to unbelievable the motive to to elusive the killer. There were imagining one of those cases in your head right now and it might be the crime. We're about to delve into. But we also want you you to imagine what you do. If you learned that you were somehow connected to that very crime. If you learned that someone in your family may very well be responsible ensemble one of the most horrific murders in American history. And it's for this reason you won't hear from our first degree connections until deep into the episode but trust me it'll be worth the wait important to remember that there are some unsolved murder cases here in Los Angeles that are older and bloodier than this one but none of them have the charisma the Black Dahlia valued case. The story of a beautiful young woman murdered tortured sexually mutilated sliced in half at the waist with surgical precision and then dumped in a vacant lot so this murder mystery has a life. All it's all today's case takes us back to January fifteenth nineteen forty seven their original beauty. The biggest was in theaters and the songs five minutes more by Frank Sinatra and laughing on the outside crying on the inside by Mary. MACs were on the radio on that Boarding Betty Bersinger needed to pick up her husband shoes which had just been fixed at a local shoe repair shop. She bundled up her three-year-old daughter and headed out of her house on Norton Avenue in the Limelight Park Doc neighborhood of Los Angeles and set out into the cold.
Trump to square off in court with House Democrats over financial records
"Bill bars justice department. I'm trying to rewrite history in a bid to personally protect trump. This is a response to justice department apartments somewhat unusual step. They're asking the court to block on otherwise lawful subpoena to get trump's financial records house democrats say is request has quote no grounding in history law and that the arguments here represent what the department wishes law were they are not the law now bars attorneys here have been arguing in court that the banks and other entities shouldn't have to comply with these as i say otherwise lawful subpoenas claiming the probes could quote distract donald trump from the energetic performance of his constitutional duties. Now one question is how energetic is he. We have charted his daily schedules before but more broadly look at this twenty two hundred and twenty one days on golf properties unprecedent amount of executive time tweeting watching television so that goes to the factual side what about the legal side the argument that no matter who's president no matter how they keep their schedule you would be too distracted to deal with the courts with these otherwise lawful requests well president clinton did argue at one point that if he complied with every investigation gatien he would be distracted away from his duties and here's what supreme court justice scalia said about why they ruled against him president is it's a full time job and he's very any intrusion upon his time is intriguing. I must say i don't find that terribly persuasive auntie the president's riding horseback chopping firewood fishing for fish playing golf and so forth and so on i'm joined by congressman came jeffries who's on the judiciary committee and a member of democratic leadership. Thanks for being here because it's great to see you as you know. That was a slightly different context. Justice scalia was speaking for part of why the court what ruled ultimately that being president is not a get out of subpoena free card well. That's correct. Donald trump is not a part time school board member with all due respect to hardworking school board members. He's the president of the united states of america. The leader of the free world the most powerful individual on the global stage. He has a responsibility responsibility in the context of our constitutional democratic republic to recognize that the house and the senate were designed assigned to be separate and coequal branches of government for the people. We don't work for donald trump we work for everyday americans and so we have have a constitutional responsibility serve as a check and balance one and out of control executive branch. We are undertaking a lawful constitutional legislative oversight oversight responsibilities. Bill bar is rewriting the constitution claiming we have no legitimate purpose. The constitution is our legitimate purpose and that lays out sort of the battle in the courts then you have the specific issue of mr bill bar dahlia. Let's make sure you know is a legal scholar. She's independent pendant expert. She's not a part of your democratic team but she has has argued here in the beat that really there is a problem with how mr bars carrying out his role to take a look it feels like bar sort of leaping in front of the president yet again and saying first and foremost my interest is not the justice department or the united states people people. It's protecting this president win or lose. I mean the courts are ultimately going to decide and it could go to the supreme court which we just heard from in a different context about what the president has to has to deal with are you at all concerned that mr bar though has interceded in cases that seem more personal than public in nature definitely and you know the so-called attorney general has long since flushed his personal integrity down the toilet. That's a shame and so many members of the trump cabinet have done that over the last last three years or so and i expected that will continue because the president surrounds himself with sycophant but look at what is at stake we want those deutsche bank records because we believe that they could show potential evidence of criminality that deutsche bank employees on the ground recommended that suspicious activity reports be filed as it relates to donald trump's business activities and transactions in two thousand thousand and sixteen in two thousand seventeen higher ups at deutsche bank vetoed that recommendation and squelched and we want to know what donald trump is potentially hiding as part of our oversight responsibilities so we can share that information with the american
Colombian bishop hopes holy water will curb city's crime
"A gambling bishop in Colombia's hoping holy water will curb violence in the city of one of the door which is been struggling with crime and corruption well the Ruben Dario the bishop Ruben Dario month Dahlia gone on a fire truck and went to some of but of indoors most crime ridden neighborhoods sprinkling water but he had blessed in an effort to thwart drug trafficking and gangs and other illegal
"dahlia" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia
"Of course, we have the manure fifty pound bags of newer fertilize. That were also used. To bring the body parts too. You might also remember from episode two. That there was feces an unidentified green granules found in the stomach of Elizabeth short. So you're talking about fertilize. Steer manure. And in the autopsy the coroner found feces in the stomach in Elizabeth short stomach. And there's only one way that's going to get there. And that's through oral ingestion are force fed. So absolutely sure that George fed her this steer manure at the house forced to eat it. To be vulgar about you know, forced her to each shit. Coroner's report. It also said that there were unidentified green granules particles found mixed in with feces fertilize would contain that material. So it matches up perfectly with that. So you've got the original receipts for both cement bags and fertilize at the house, and you've got them at the crime scene. And the date, of course, the date locks it in. This together. Of course is a huge physical connection. I mean, this is physical evidence photographed in the original prime seines on January fifteenth. Arkell Steve has clearly established himself as the black Dahlia authority. And through his blog. He's able to connect with his readers and anybody who might have something to contribute to his ongoing investigation. And when Steve was interviewed for this podcast. He was protecting a piece of brand new evidence, which he finally agreed to share. As we're doing this interview. I'm about to come out with some startling new information to be presented to the public. I get an Email from a woman. And she identifies herself. And she says I was going through some of my mother's personal effects settling her estate, and I came across his box and within this box. I found a letter. And the letter was written and my grandfather's handwriting and. It was addressed as follows in case of death, Margaret Ellen's or Glenna jeans, W S M, and she says w SM as my grandfather's name Washington. Martin. And she says this is a letter that he wrote back in October twenty fifth nineteen forty nine handwritten. I've read it, and it refers to a linkage to the black Dahlia murder. So she sends me the letter and. I'm just totally blown away by it. Because it's a can affect this is like a cousin to a dying declaration in other words. Grandfather's written this. It's not to be open to buy or read or made public. It's only in case of the death of either of his daughters. And he goes on with three pages of handwritten letter that lay out the fact that he was a informant for LAPD working undercover. He was living in Los Angeles. He then goes on to say that he's friends with an individual doesn't actually name him. But he gives the initials G H. As George hotel Chee. And a refers to the fact that he's personal friends with G H. He goes on to lay out the fact that G H whom he's known as the killer of the black Dahlia. He says that he's writing this letter not to make it public or anything. But simply because he's afraid that g h will harm or kill one of his daughters? Either daughter. What he's written is for the police department, basically and not to be revealed other. If no harm comes to them. He's very clear in the letter that the police know who's h is, and it goes on to say that g h is involved with them and corruption payoffs names, an attorney in it that's involved in it. He says that the police knew that G H was involved in these crimes with protecting. It was a huge support. Vindication of me. You know, Steve hotel can talk for fifty hours about why it all fits together and comes together, but still Steve hotel son of George Odell saying these things..
Trump says white nationalism is not a rising threat
"More details. Have emerged since the terrorist attack in New Zealand in which Australia national opened fire inside two months during Friday prayers in Christ Church, killing forty nine people and injuring dozens more in his apparent manifesto, the killer made it clear that he carried out the attack in the name of white supremacy and praised Donald Trump as a quote symbol of renewed white identity. And common purpose. Trump did condemn the violence which is supposed to do as president. But he refused to admit what everyone else can see the explosion of far, right? White nationalist extremism at home and abroad. White nationalist rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand for half sets a case, I don't know enough about it yet. They're just learning about the person and the people, but it's certainly a terrible thing. Terrible thing Trump's bland response to the slaughter of Muslim men women and children in New Zealand early. Reminiscent of his remarks after an outbreak of white nationalist violence here in the US. Very big that group, but you also had people that were very fine. People on both sides to me now to discuss is Malcolm Nance MSNBC contributor, author of the plot to destroy democracy. Dahlia Moga director of research for the institute of social policy and understanding and Brian Levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at California State University. Thank you from me here, Malcolm the inability of people to just identify this terrorism because it isn't what we typically identifies terrorism. Why is it so difficult for people to just make that straight on equivalents when it's white nationalism because we have now been conditioned since nine eleven to believe that terrorists only come in one flavor, and that's Muslim extremists from the Middle East where people in the United States who have been radicalized online, and they can only be Muslim. This is a huge fallacy, I trained law enforcement and intelligence all the time in this country. And I constantly warn them the. I people that will go to guns with you are going to be a white extremist militiamen posse Comitatus person in the United States. They are armed. They are motivated, and they have a history that goes back decades in this country. They are a threat that act in New Zealand was a terrorist attack. It was designed to impact an audience beyond the victims and show an ideology as viable, and that is this white supremacist Internationale that appear it doesn't appear it exist fall throughout Europe. And Charlottesville was the coming out party for that type of extremism in the United States. One of the thing that made. This particularly scary is that you have this merger now and a lot of different ways of social media, which which can be used to radicalize people. But also now we're learning to spread the the mayhem. This was live streamed by this Jared. It was livestream because he wanted to also show his added here in. And you know, people who are out there who could be radicalized by this that this is how it's done. It was a message not just to the greater world in general and to put fear into the hearts of the Muslim world, which is what it was about. But it was also really to people were saying this was trolling some of the things that he put out in his manifesto. This was a message to what he calls the greater white community to stop the invasion of the Muslim hordes into what he claims is the white world white Christian. And that's where we have this problem. Social media is a weapon system now, and like ISIS, I've written a whole book about ISIS ideological propaganda. They are using it to put out a platform to bring in new
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"But how would we really no one of the complaints that outsiders? On law school campuses. And, you know, former former law clerks made with that. No real survey had been taken of the extent of the problem. But the chief stressed that the problem is small compared to other places. So you know, as I said one question, I would raise right away. How would we know? And then also sort of the minimizing of the the abuse. I think the phrase was indeed, you know, the harassment found was in the form of incivility or disrespect rather than overt sexual harassment in reminded me of a couple of the statements that were made to the joint conduct committees. That actually had a hearing in the fall about the judiciary is problem. You know, the students from Yale as, you know, Dahlia had talked about the low rate of reporting and saying the judiciary in the public can't conclude that the allege misconduct that we saw in the. Judge Kozinski was isolated. And they said to the contrary the experience of former law clerks suggest a broader pattern of harassment, but we just don't know. And then, you know, even taking the professors point of view, one of the lines that came from Harvard law. Professor John manning, you know, who's not a flaming liberal or someone who could be accused of trying to just be a complainer in the situation. He expressed concerns on behalf of professors who actually help law students, get these coveted clerk ships. He expressed concerns at the codes code of conduct judicial misconduct, Omid, Taraf -ment and other forms of workplace discrimination and that there's an absence of affective processes for dressing workplace misconduct. It's the channels of reporting in the channels of resolution and investigation, I think that that are hugely problematic that the. Chief did not address and it's ironic. Great, Jim because one of the things that I think the working group got shellacked from both from Republicans and Democrats who responded to the report was there seems to be this feeling in the ether in the working group that like people should just report more the onus is on folks who aren't reporting, and I think that that clearly can't be the takeaway. That's the problem. You know, the chief Justice also stressed the reporting issue to what you just reminded me of a moment when the Senate Judiciary committee was hearing from Jim doff, who's director of the administrative office of the US courts when he testified about how they don't know the extent of it. But he kept stressing, you know, just one bad. Apple is someone who we want. We want to end any kind of pattern and Senator John Kennedy a Republican. Mhm Louisiana said how are we going solve this problem?.
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"The instincts of John Roberts who rose in Washington as he served Republican administrations have always rested with the right wing. But now he's much more in a position to be torn between his ideological instincts in his very real institutional concerns about the third branch in particular about the supreme court. Hi, and welcome back to amicus slates podcast about the supreme court and the law and the rule of law and the rule of law and the Trump era I'm with week. I covered those things for slate. And hey, it's twenty nineteen and the government is partially shut down. But the courts remain open actually, with the exception of the immigration courts, which have already delayed most of their hearings. Ironically, contributing to the already massive backlog of delayed immigration cases, which is the thing. We're fighting about immigration now, we're seeing cases that are going to be rescheduled. In the thousands new cases will be delayed twenty nineteen your couple days in and your name already is Ernie twenty nineteen also opened with chief Justice John Roberts and his annual New Year's state of the judiciary report it always sneaks in with the new year. This year was almost more notable for what it did not say it certainly did not talk about. Donald Trump, and it did not explicitly say a lot about the thing it addressed which was sexual misconduct in the article three courts. Indeed chief Justice Roberts who is determined to keep the court out of the public eye in these roiling and very dramatic months post. Brad Kavanagh is actually quickly becoming the most interesting member of the high court for what he doesn't say. So we've now seen him in the last few months with a series of votes to Batta way big cases intervening in a sealed secret conflict that's coming out of the molar probe. Who is John Roberts? Is he evolving into a centrist is he taking on Trump himself in his own twinkly eyed, understated way, how did this balls and strikes guy? Become the most intriguing understated man in America next to. To the other intriguing. Understated men in America, we like to call Bob Muller. Nobody has watched John Roberts more carefully in recent years than Joan biskupic. She covers the court for CNN and her new book the chief the life and turbulent times of chief Justice John Roberts will come out. This March Joan has been covering the supreme court for over twenty five years. She's written seminal biographies of several of the justices. She is a legal analyst for CNN and one of my dear friends and colleagues at the supreme court. Joan welcome back to advocate. Thank you. Dahlia so Joan as I just noted in his state of the judiciary speech on Monday. The chief Justice quite determined -ly addressed and didn't address reports of sexual harassment in the judiciary. This is an issue. He raised really forcefully in his speech last year. He seems to be accepting the findings of working group that he convened to analyze the. Problem. He says, I agree. There's more than one or two I selected incidents. I agree. This is not just about law clerks. But then he seems to kind of downplay the larger problem in the judiciary you reported on this extensively last year the number of complaints about judges. And in fact, he said some of the worst conduct was quote, incivility or disrespect. He did ask the working group to stay on task to keep looking at this. But is he affect just telling us all it's time to move on. You picked up on exactly what I picked up on Dalia the idea that he minimized the kind of harassment or employee abuse that takes place in the nation's courthouses using the word incivility disrespect does tend to minimize what might be going on. So I thought that was notable. I also thought it was notable that he stressed how what happens in the federal judiciary compares. Favorably to other government and private sector workplaces..
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"And there's a reason we're out buyer here and his lots of reasons celebrate diversity in federalism. But when you're running a federal election. Especially during a presidential election. It shouldn't be that people in one state have much greater chance of having their vote not counting people in another state that just I don't see the federal value of any that. So I'm going to give you my my second piece of pushback, and it will open the door for you to talk about the scourge of vote fraud, but the scourge of vote fraud brick, you know, people dead people vote and Maki mouse votes, and people, you know, lineup foreigners and put them on buses, and they vote, and this is the other story that is the reason that folks are doing the kinds of purges, and the kind of voter ID, and the kind of suppression we've been talking about what do you do when the country, I think almost across the ideological boards believes that there is this massive problem of fraudulent voting that is. Distorting or elections in all of these measures. Are the only thing standing between foreigners controlling our elections. Dahlia so tired. I'm tired of this. And here's what we know. We know that voter fraud is a very small problem in the United States. Now, you might say, well, how do we know that because people commit other kinds of crimes and they're prosecuted. People don't always commit the perfect crime. And so if we're talking about impersonation fraud, I go to the polling place pretend to be someone else. Can't find any modern elections where there's been an organized effort. That's you know, work to to. Stealing election. This way, we can find lots of absentee ballot fraud. This often happens because absentee ballots are being cast outside the presence of election officials that could be bought or sold. It's not a huge problem, but people are prosecuted for it. And I Ronnie siklie. You don't find lots of laws aimed at curbing absentee ballot fraud. I think because those kinds of laws don't discriminate against Democrats and against minority voters. So so those laws are not being put in place. In terms of non-citizen voting for years people like. Hans Bokov ski and crisco back claim that nonsense voting is a huge problem. Crisco Beck famously said it was a tip of the iceberg. And I think it was Dale Hove. The who said that the iceberg turned out to be an ice cube in that that Gatien I referred to earlier involving the Kansas require documentary proof citizenship case, this was the chance to ask a federal judge to look at the evidence. This was Beck's chance for you know. The the great evidence be put for the court to determine how big a problem is because he had to prove it was a big problem. And literally he's found almost nothing. And what I think is especially important about this. Finding of almost nothing were could claim that noncitizens voting was a huge problem in Kansas. Is that the Kansas legislature at co Beck's request had changed the law to give him the power to prosecute voter fraud. That's no other secretary of state has that power. You always refer things to the district attorney's office. He has been given this power, and he is not prosecuted non-citizen voting. He's not finding it the few prosecutions you've done. He's done. They've mostly involve Republicans older men who owned property in two states like Kansas, and Missouri and they end up voting in both states not even necessarily at the same time, but they claim to be registered in two states at the same time. So the the. Amount of impersonation fraud is basically zero you know, we can find isolated cases not organized efforts. The amount of non-citizen voting is small of owed exists the amount of absentee ballot fraud is small but in some pockets of the country. It's a problem..
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"List and the conversation will have been changed although maybe your program dahlia will help that's we aim to please although i think i have a follow on question larry which is you undertook this book you and josh well matt's in part because i think you felt like people just don't understand what impeachment is four and you've you've cited now you know people think impeachment is for i just don't like the guy people think impeachment is for you know lied about sex with the intern right or getting rid of gorsuch i get so many tweets saying well when we do it will we get rid of all of his terrible judicial appointments we turn back the clock will we go back to zero and of course that's not what it does i guess i'm i'm asking if you can help me if you could say one thing impeachment is not ex america impeachment is why and everybody who's listening should run out and buy your book regardless but i wonder if you could give us the elevator speech on what folk get wrong when they think about this question especially as they try to decide where to align themselves on the political you know how i'm gonna feel about candidates that are going to take a stand on this what are what are folks misunderstanding larry and most everything mean so so hard to pin a lot of people think impeachment gets rid of a president it doesn't it only moves to a senate trial a grand inquest a lot of people think that impeachment is all about whether or not the president has committed a crime that's not what it's about a lot of crimes aren't impeachable this guy's probably committed tax evasion up and down the line and none of that is impeachable and a lot of things that aren't criminal are people tend to think that impeachment is purely political there's no relevance to what the constitution says and that's surely wrong if we move in that direction we're gonna hurt our country for generations a lot of people think that that impeachment is a.
Typhoid fever case reported at Quincy, MA daycare center
"Zero cd is so massachusetts daycare a daycare center north quincy massachusetts had to be closed the last couple of days because the child can out with a case of typhoid fever now identified but he had traveled recently sorry had not traveled recently and had not been believed will contract the illness at the daycare we'll talk about typhoid fever it's a salmonella bacteria but the massachusetts part of public health is working with bright horizons and the quincy public health department to help prevent the spread of the z so meanwhile teachers and other children attended the daycare are being tested children ages six weeks to five years here's all the tech center and typhoid could cost high fevers weakness stomach pain headache loss appetite and you usually get typhoid from contaminated food and water and it could be serious so especially when you have little kids now those travel to asia africa latin america are considered to be most at risk we have a lot of scoop on it here in the time that we have but it's caused by the salmonella in america serious types hi fi bacteria so there's also salmonella paradisea and the salmonella now there's a whole variety different salmonella this is not the same salmonella that we're concerned about what the aig salmonella outbreak apparently we've heard more issues with the aiglon trying to now i guess twelve more illnesses have been reported and it's it's a outbreak affecting now nine different states but there's a salmonella typhi and it's been really decreased markedly since the early nineteen hundreds back then tens of thousands of cases and now.
Syria: What did the U.S.-led airstrikes hit?
"Special report strikes on syria president trump urging iran and russia to withdraw their support for what he called serious barbarism and brutality that statement came after he ordered the us military to launch strikes on syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack correspondent nick paton walsh reporting for northern syria explains the sites targeted free targets specified by us officials one in damascus a scientific research facility known to be involved in the development and production of chemical weapons another enhance the city it to the lebanese border and north west of the capital the mask us and another slightly to the south of that as well both those two said to beat involved in the production storage of sarin as well too key us allies allies issuing statements after the bombing british prime minister theresa may said we are acting together with their america and french allies i'm barton eckerd president trump is asking for a prayer for our noble warriors is he concluded his remarks announcing those strikes on targets associated with these syrian chemical weapons program correspondent christiane amanpour reports from london on the reason for the strikes this all is about even though it's over for now according to the pentagon what it's about is trying to reestablish a red line a global red line for the prevention of the use of weapons of mass destruction senator john mccain is praising the president for his actions against syria over the latest use of chemical weapons the arizona republican releasing statement saying the air strikes against the assad regime sends a message at the cost of using chemical weapons outweighs any perceived benefit i'm barton eckerd.
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"One of the joys of my getting to do this show is that i can be dumb so you the listener don't have to be joining us this week to handle the financial and the money and the completely bizarre seychelles part of the special counsel investigation is professor jennifer tob she teaches law at for mont law school and researchers in writes in the areas of corporate governance financial market reform securities regulation white collar crime her book other people's houses how decades of bailouts captive regulators and toxic bankers made home mortgages eighth thrilling business was published in may twenty fourteen by yell university press and i think she also helped invent the tax march on twitter so first and foremost jennifer welcome to amicus thank you it's my pleasure to be here dahlia so i really do think i speak for a lot of people when i tell you i get a little bit lost jim and so i wanted to have you on the show because i feel like you always say follow the money follow the money and i need you to tell me what but muller is following where is that money leading us please even though i try to follow the money very very closely there is just so much money involved here if you're wondering what exactly bob muller is it following at this point what i would say is that i maybe this is a spoiler alert but when it comes to that eric prints and a russian banker meeting in the seychelles or even that trump tower meeting from june of twenty sixteen whatever muller has been looking for i think he's already found it and what i mean that is if we step back a bit mothers mandate is really three parts you know the first thing as everybody is probably aware is that he kind of picked up where fbi director james comey left off looking into whether there was any coordination between the trump campaign and russian government the second part is to also prosecute anyone who interferes.
Warning of deadly flu virus that could kill millions across the globe
"I hate i will we get warnings like this i really do because we all panic and he says the most dangerous drain of what was the bird flu last pandemic hit in two thousand nineteen thousand ten with swine flu the merchant mexico i i don't know how many lives were taken with the swine flu i know we lost a lot it was worse than this flu season but went back to the spanish flu spanish flu pandemic of 1918 took a hundred million lives so now what scientists are watching or the easy and flew and there's three strains are looking at the h five n one the h seven n nine and the h five n six they say of those eight five and one poses the greatest threat of mutating and sparking the next killer pandemic he said if a new and highly contagious grain of h five n one were to evolve and hitchhike with an unwitting passenger on an airplane the fed embassy to which will quickly assumed disaster movie proportions so basically of as somebody gets on a plane with it and brings the to your neck of the woods there we go he said the disaster could be averted if more vessel was put into looking for universal vaccine for the flu now they are working on that right ucla i think there's been working on that there's a bunch of different places working on more universal vaccines that could work for any string it's tough not all flu so the same shape vaccines work of by mimicking what you wanna fight either in a killed form or a live weakened form that usually with the flu shot were using that killed form although now they're going to bring back the flu vest the live attenuated vaccine where we of a weakened version and your body needs to recognize shapes needs to recognize receptors just like this you know there's like h three n two hour h five n one the hugh mcgahan in in the noram did these little proteins on the on the uh structure of the virus is what helps trigger are musa system his the quickly review our blood cells are making the bone marrow bright bone marrow get some key factors telling it to produce blood cells your heat lymphocytes fight infection you'll be lymphocytes make antibodies and the bill of.
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"This he can go back and try again and we'll wait for this case to get here on the merits so you know this case already has an interesting history and the supreme court and frankly dahlia won the probably makes it that much more likely that the justices will indeed grant the government's petition for cirque before judgment not because they're necessarily inclined to side with the government but because there are at least sufficiently interested in the case and convinced that it should be they who have the last word on a question like this one six so effortless pinatubo l i said the way pit let let us pivot now having said mundane mandela's to the travel ban steve because this is the other litigation you know we did holes shows on this a year ago and now i think they're back in better than ever it's befell it is certainly bat and we've had three iterations of the travel ban the it starts rate about a year ago with this executive order barring than officials of seven overwhelmingly muslim countries from entering the us calling for whatever extreme vetting is and uh really putting into place what would appear to be a trump campaign promise and then wound airport within lawsuits in the screaming and the you know 20 and then the 3point oh so can you help us understand with the third generation of the travel ban brings to us and why the supreme court is looking at this for the first time despite the fact that they've been watching over this for a year i'll do my best of new promises uh so so the third or by some accounts fourth but but was a third version travel ban which is basically the version this articulated by the president in a memorandum issued on september 24th 2017 on is in many ways the kinder gentler or if you want to go with the president's own car traditions on twitter more politically.
"dahlia" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"That decision obviously provoked a whole lot of controversy i think um certainly among concerted libertarian scholars on bread tickets dahlia sometimes miss characterized by those critics and in the press on judge also did not rule that the government can't rescind daca what he ruled was that the way they did it violated the apa because they relied on what is basically a faulty if not wholly pretextual justification what will let me ask you two things one talk about the injunction for a it because yes becomes important so so judge all set at the end of his ruling says i am therefore issue in a nationwide injunction barring the government from rescind in dhaka or lease from continuing to rescind daca at least under this a recent in um you know at least indefinitely preliminary injunction pending full resolution of what's going to happen from there so you know this was the latest in a series of what have become increasingly controversial nationwide injunctions were a single district judge is purported to put a federal program on hold i did it is worth stressing him we've seen these especially in the immigration context where i think there are no intriguing an important considerations about not had in the different rules in different parts of the country but also these aren't new tough president trump i mean these actually started coming into vogue during the obama administration especially from its district out his in in my home state of texas.