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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Need them to have a strong voice in the United States. Senate. Nearly 1.5 million Georgians have already voted in the run offs for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. This is NPR news. At least five people are dead after a roadside bomb tour through a vehicle in Kabul today. Officials in Afghanistan say four of the passengers were doctors. It's not clear if they were the target of the attack. Police say two others were wounded. No group has claimed responsibility. Lawmakers in Nicaragua have passed legislation that virtually bans anti government candidates from seeking office Maria Martin reports. The move comes as the country prepares for an election year in which opponents hope to defeat longtime President Daniel Ortega. The law approved Monday grants the government of the network. They got power to designate citizens as terrorists. Turku supporters Thereby ruling them out as candidates. People accused of a myriad of activities from advocating economic sanctions to calling for foreign interference will be designated as traitors. Ah, charge that could bring up to 15 years in prison. The Organization of American States called on the Niigata when Congress to repeal the measure, saying it denies Nikola wants the right to choose their leaders freely. The nail Ortega hopes to be elected to his third consecutive term as president in November of next year. For NPR News A Maria Martin in empty well. Guatemala stocks across Asia traded mostly lower today, benchmarks and Shanghai in Tokyo posted losses on Wall Street. Dow futures are trading mixed this morning. The Dow industrial average on Monday gained 37 points the NASDAQ Down 13. This is NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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Nicaragua's Ortega threatens life sentences for opponents

America First

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Nicaragua's Ortega threatens life sentences for opponents

"President Daniel Ortega says he's proposing a legal reform to allow sentences of life in prison and threatened to use it against some government opponents, accusing them of committing hate crimes. Maximum punishment under Nicaragua's penalty penal code, currently 30 years in prison. Noriega's declaration came in a speech on the 199th anniversary of Nicaragua was independence News and

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U.S. Sanctions Nicaragua Police Force Over 'Violent Repression'

BBC World Service

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Sanctions Nicaragua Police Force Over 'Violent Repression'

"The United States has imposed sanctions on the Nicaragua national police evacuations of human rights abuses the U. S. treasury department said a blacklisted the police save a significant acts of violence during anti government protests in twenty eighteen treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said the Nicaraguan government of president Daniel Ortega use the national police as a tool of violent oppression three senior police officers have their assets in the U. S. frozen

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Bernie Sanders is leading I mean he's got forty six delegates is wholly incompatible but the way he wanted to vada after slightly winning in in New Hampshire and Iowa has many people thinking because he was so comprehensive in his win with everybody except older Americans you know he's seventy seven years old he's got the young boys got the black but it's got the Hispanic vote and they wonder if he can replicate the same thing in South Carolina and look at the last poll the CBS poll the Marist poll they combined Sanders guide on the on the national poll Sanders got a lead to substantial nine points over worn and eleven points over buying on the NBC Marist poll in South Carolina buys got twenty seven Sanders twenty three so that's almost margin of error Starfire fifteen he just bought his way on to that list judge just not like nine Warren eight despite the strong pro or the aggressive performance in the last debate club which are five Gabby total seats got three I don't know why she still it barely even doing any interviews so the question is if the guy you were trying to beat actually logs Fidel Castro salutes Daniel Ortega is all I see is all right all right with many aspects of the Soviet Union on record praising their transportation system but Castro's education system Daniel Ortega giving working class people free land and backs it up today doesn't apologize it's about time you bring that out for example Bernie Sanders we see the forty troll from the seventy for the eighties now says this less I caught one one Fidel Castro first came to power in issued a major literacy program was a lot of lot of folks in Cuba at that point who are literate and inform the literacy brigade you might read that read that and they help people learn to read and write you know what are the key teaching people to read and write it is a good thing.

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Nicaragua: State must put an end to a year of brutal repression

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Nicaragua: State must put an end to a year of brutal repression

"It's been about a year since recent political turmoil began in Nicaragua the human rights group. Amnesty International is calling on the government of Daniel Ortega to put an end to what it calls. It's brutal repression Marie Martin reports atmosphere. International Cessna got authorities continue to violate the rights to Justice truth and reparations of hundreds of victims, the statement also accuses got one St. of hindering, the work of civil society and human rights monitors atmosphere, nationals America's director Eric got assist. Quote. This has got to stop the proclamation by the worldwide human rights group comes just as one commemorating one year since. Protests gates, social security reforms escalated into a full-blown rebellion against the government of the niller, which was put down brutally leaving over three hundred and thousands in prison an

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KNSS

"By the youth programs. The policies of of culture for the young people a whole variety of young programs for young people and cultural programs which go far beyond. What we do in this country. The guy is Walter Durante Walters Ramsey the New York Times reporter from the nineteen thirties who went to the Soviet Union and said he had seen the future and it works while ignoring the vast murder of kulaks in the Ukraine. So Bernie Sanders goes over to the Soviet Union in the mid eighties. When young people are being compelled to do things by the government. And he says it's almost over that just over there not like here in Vermont. Really? Evens offended Daniel Ortega, the dictator the dictator of Nicaragua. And he said that he was democratically elected leader. Which is why he was a military dictator Daniel Ortega when you refer to Daniel Ortega. Now, I may be wrong. But certainly not true of one of your colleagues, at least not you usually the phrase goes. Daniel Latigo Marxist leader, or a communist leader of Nicaragua's statement. I would question communist used left-wing. Nope. You've gone more than left wing. We have used Marxist Marxist. I believe I see the problem is I don't recollection. And then I I may be wrong on this is the word communist ruler of of Nicaragua. I don't think that would be Marxist. Annual take was elected president of Nicaragua in an election. Why don't we use the phrase Daniel Ortega, democratically elected, president of Nicaragua? That's because he was actually not elected the guy who preceded him was a guy named Somoza and Ortega was a member of the five person Huta of national reconstruction, and then he simply ceased power. So what what I mean? This is insane. This guy was a full-scale communist nutjob back in the nineteen eighties. And now we are taking him seriously because frankly, we've gotten rich off of capitalism, we've gotten rich off of free markets. We have the most prosperous country in the history of the world and Bernie Sanders can sit there and whine about its problems. And then say that he has the solution. The solution is that Marxism has never been fried. Now, he has shifted his the locus of Marxism from supposedly Nicaragua and Venezuela, and Cuba and the USSR. Now, he says he loves Norway, Sweden, and all of a Scandinavian social democracies. Now, he says he loves all those countries. He wasn't saying that back in the nineteen eighties. The fact is most of those countries have actually moved away from the left over the last couple of decades in terms of their tax rates and regulations, and it's also worth. Noting that those countries do not have the robust economy. That powers the entire world that the United States does nonetheless Bernie is the front runner because he can fairly say, and he is correct that he led the way on Medicare for all which is a bunch of nonsense to scam. But he can say led the way all the Democrats are imitating him. He can say he led the way on the green new deal. He can say he led the way on universal childcare and free education for all. He made a lot of promises that all the Democrats than have to copy. So that they don't look like they are stingy in the Democratic Party. It's just a contest as to basically the Democratic Party is a van and a public park that says on it free candy. Bernie Sanders drives up, and you don't want to be the second guy with the van that says free candy you to be the first guy with the van attracting the children that says free candy if you wish to then dismember the country. So Bernie Sanders. Listen, he is the leader. I mean, Kamala Harris is having dancer questions about Bernie Sanders is agenda not the other way around. Now. I will say one thing in favor of Bernie Sanders. I think the Bernie Sanders is less dangerous to the country. Then Kamala Harris, and maybe Cory Booker, the reason I say that is because Bernie as a socialist believes that racism, sexism, bigotry, homophobia, all of these terrible social ills from which the United States suffers that can all be cured with socialism and one socialism is implemented we can reach a post racial world, where merit an effort are finally rewarded or he said this in his launch interview with NPR in Vermont. Here's what he had to say about intersection in about the presidential candidates of twenty twenty. Got to look at candidates not by the color of their skin by the sexual orientation of their gender. I mean, I think we've got to try to move us toward a non-discriminatory society, which looks at people based on their abilities. From what they stand for. Oh, he's not allowed to say that saying that we should look at candidates not because they're black or if they're gay or if they're women or if they're older young we should look at them based on their quality sounds like a conservative they're burning. So a little bit too conservative they're burning. That's a problem for Bernie Sanders. I'll explain why. This makes Bernie Sanders more of an attractive candidate to me. Then Kamala Harris in just one second..

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on 1A

"They've needed to file in secret as Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega continues to crack down on his opposition newspapers. Other media outlets have exposed brutality by government and paramilitary forces. But media offices have been raided by the police. Journalists have been beaten and arrested and otherwise threatened. There's a similar story out of Nigeria military personnel showed up this week at the headquarters and other offices of the daily trust, which is one of Nigeria's largest newspapers, according to CNN to journalists were detained because the army said they published a story that put soldiers lives in danger and shared classified information. Now, David we've kind of gone through this and the US in terms of prior restraint of newspapers. It was one of the things that came up with the Pentagon papers. But talk about this case in in Nigeria and what the political environment's like right now over there. We're heading into a presidential election in Nigeria Bahari, the current president ran on a security platform. And so what you have is a newspaper reporting on the security situation, not going, particularly well in this case, it was an offensive against Boko haram who had taken certain areas in in Nigeria. And so I think we should be pretty skeptical of the idea that this is this has only to do with military secrets given the the political environment. As you mentioned can we back up to Nicaragua? Joyce, you had mentioned them, can you give us a sense of what role the press has been playing there, particularly if they've been pushing harder on Ortega's government, and that's prompted more oppression. Like, how's that plan? Right now, they are trying to push as you mentioned, they they're working and secret trying to uncover some corruption and other stories, but it's it's so I don't think it's an. Easy task especially for us. Journalists sitting in Washington to to be in their shoes to work under Ortega who has been consistent and has assault on freedom affects oppression. I think it's remains to be seen how this plays out. But it's it's not pretty one more story out of Africa. We should note Congo has finally announced the results from its election which had taken place on December thirtieth the winner. Took a number of people by surprise Felix Chesa Katie was declared the winner on Thursday. He's the opposition leader as we said that took some people by surprise. But David what was it about that that surprised people? So the backdrop to this election is that Joseph could be has been in power for eighteen years in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He's clung onto power after his term should have ended. Finally, we had delayed elections. And he and his preferred successor was up against two opposition candidates, one of whom Martin. Blue was expected to be the stronger of the two opposition candidates. Ultimately when the results were announced the other opposition candidate was declared the winner leading to speculation that could be may have cut a deal. Basically, don't investigate me. Let me keep what's mine out step aside. You can be president. Now. I I don't have that firsthand, obviously, that's just a rumblings. But, but there's no reason to be particularly credulous when it comes to election results in the Democratic Republic of Congo internet was cut off after elections because of rumblings about what the results were going to be. So this is an area where there's not a lot of trust. But I did hear from one expert that say people might be so excited to see Kabila go that they won't react negatively at the idea that these elections may not have been a credible. Although there had been some hopes David that this would be a historically democratic transfer of power for Congo. Congo has never had a democratic or peaceful transfer of power in its history. And so. This is a landmark that could be stepping aside. And yet, there's plenty of reason to think that he's not stepping aside in in a democratic format that would stand up to European standards before we get to our last story, if we could back up to secretary of state, Mike Pompeo for a moment and the Middle East trip that he's on kidding. We give us a sense of kind of where this goes from here..

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Footage from a sharp over the road shows. Unidentified masked gunman supported by the police around the building neighbors and family members later confirmed. The attackers were pro government paramilitaries taking revenge against the mattress shopowner refusing to let snipers onto his roof strategic position in their battle against the anti government. Protesters. Cynthia. Nope. As managed to make it out by jumping from a first floor balcony, taking refuge at neighbors house. She posted a desperate video on nine denouncing the paramilitaries and police attacked her home with firebombs killing her family. I curse Daniel Ortega. And all his people. She said between the suburbs. The video went viral, and she had publicly identified her perpetrators since he had to go into hiding in a secret location. We gained exclusive access to one of the armed paramilitary groups the government euphemistically describes his voluntary police. Luckily, but I'm calling us. Our military's isn't right. We've never been military volunteer police acted to clear the streets, but we never shot to kill it or not. Bristled at the suggestion. They were muscle for an unpopular dictator quite the opposite. They said they were upholding democracy. Kinetic? I'm not defending a dictatorship. Dictator isn't elected them critical. Like, our president was my tears are for how the opposition has heart. My country some economy by our how our? I put it to them that their comrades had carried out the arson attack on Cynthia family. He denied any deliberate action by the so-called, volunteer. Police and said the victim should be choked up as many casualties. Doc was a clash in the street and a molotov cocktail landed on the house, and because it was full of mattresses it caught fire, but no one was sent to attack it, especially not with children inside. The protection provided to these unconventional forces in Nicaragua is striking like elsewhere in Latin America from radical pro-chavez motorcycle gangs in Venezuela to right wing paramilitaries in Colombia line between official and unofficial security is often blurred certainly says the head of the Ortega controlled parliament, Gustavo Porres, the voluntary police our recognized part of the state apparatus e. The volunteer. Police force exists recognized organization aligned with the national police to help in t- an order there are laws here. The Nicaraguan government insists the worst of the crisis is over. However, it feels like a country that could explode again at any minute. If so the paramilitaries will once again, pick up arms and lead the battle in support of President Daniel Ortega, which leaves victims Cynthia Lopez with very little recourse to Justice. The BBC's will grant reporting from Nicaragua. Twenty two minutes past the hour. Officials.

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Nicaragua Clamping Down On Anti-Government Activity

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Nicaragua Clamping Down On Anti-Government Activity

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov. Slash go to Nicaragua now where it has been nearly six months since political turmoil erupted protests against proposed changes to social security pensions morphed into a full-scale revolt against the government of President. Daniel Ortega the government recently declared protests illegal and how it is clamping down hard on anti-government activity, Maria Morton reports. I'm Sunday a new opposition coalition called the that Nacional swirly Blanco, the blue and white national unity gathered on the Camino Lorient in Managua for a March demand government reforms, calling for the government to return to the national dialogue. The group was relatively small as the repression against protests has been increasing. Still hundreds of heavily armed swat team forces showed up and drag protesters on the ground and shut them onto police trucks. As video taken at the event shows reports, say of these four dozen were arrested, many were well known, activists and civil society leaders. Meanwhile, at the Augusta, something airport to well known one human rights leaders, I, they steal and Lodhi Cunningham were pulled off their planes and detained by immigration authorities. Then he got on center for human rights reported Kostya was taken to the prison known as cheap book. They were many political prisoners are held. And were there have been reports of torture after being interrogated. Cunningham was allowed back on her flight, the political turmoil. The last six months has left the population and terror and its Konami and shambles. One that got, I want a small business owner is to scare to go to the protests and would only identify herself as CoCo for fear of retribution happening. Now, anybody who is opposing just by words, just expressing that they disagree with the government. They can be threatened and put in jail. They're organizing by neighborhoods to threaten people around. It's really tough. Now, the. Head of the organization of American states. We sound motto, condemned the repression, human rights groups, say at least three hundred and that got I once had been killed and many more injured, the majority by government forces since this country's political turbulence began on the eighteenth of April for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Discover the rest of the NPR portfolio at NPR dot org, slash podcasts that's NPR dot org, slash podcasts.

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KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Bornet, Los Angeles and California discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

"Danielle, Gersh extent seventy NewsRadio right now. Seventy three in Canoga park we. Have got seventy two along the coast in sentiment a seventy four right now. Downtown Los Angeles at ten seventeen a blown tire on a tractor trailer repairs to be the cause of. The deadly head, on crash greyhound bus that was headed to here in southern California happened in New Mexico near.

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UN: Ortega's Nicaraguan govt behind widespread repression

Larry O'Connor

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

UN: Ortega's Nicaraguan govt behind widespread repression

"Dallas silence in Nicaragua subsided in recent weeks after police and pro government paramilitary groups attacked protesters and, several cities but people living in the country are now living. In fear the United Nations has now condemned the actions of Daniel Ortega's government in a new report on. The crisis over three hundred people have been, killed since Anti-government. Protests began in April most were protesters but some Nicaraguan police officers were killed as well hundreds. More people were detained. And tortured, by members, of pro government militias now the u. n. High Commissioner for human. Rights is, pointing, the finger of blame at President Daniel Ortega and his government a report from the UN office says Ortega has, instituted a, comprehensive effort of repression the UNHCR HR called on the Nicaraguan government to stop persecuting protesters immediately and to disarm, armed civilians who've repeatedly attacked

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Jason and Alexis

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

How Ketamine Treats Depression: It Acts Like an Opioid, Study Suggests

"Him this hour on David green and I'm Rachel Martin President Trump hosted a dinner for evangelical, leaders and he warned of. Violence if Republicans lose in the, midterms we'll talk with one of Trump's earliest Christian supporters Reverend Robert, Jefferson a new book explores the self serving nature of elite level philanthropy and the biological benefits of being. Lazy it is, Wednesday August twenty nine a moment of glee for Liam. Machel the actor and singer turns thirty two. Today the news is coming up next Live from NPR. News in Washington I'm korva. Coleman Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum has won the democratic nomination for Florida governor he'll face Republican Ron to Santa's in the fall from member station w. f. s. u. Ryan daily reports if Gillam wins he, would become Florida's first African. American

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Nicaragua, Fox News and President Daniel Ortega discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Nicaragua, Fox News and President Daniel Ortega discussed on Morning Edition

"LeBlanc Joey from friends is fifty one today and the news is next Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly ISIS is claiming responsibility for today's suicide bombing, in Pakistan where. Voting is underway and the country's, general election the explosion targeted a crowded polling station and Quetta killing. At least twenty nine people police say the bomber drove a motorcycle. Into a police vehicle in Syria today ISIS militants are being blamed for a. Series of deadly attacks in the south of the country at least thirty eight people have. Been killed and. Dozens wounded the attacks included suicide bombings state media say two explosions went off near a marketplace in Suada at least four. More deaths have occurred in Nicaragua in clashes among antigovernment protesters and. Government security forces Maria Martin reports they include. A Brazilian medical student and a. Teenager Thirty-one-year-old Lima had lived in Nicaragua, for six years she had. Only two months to go to receive. Her medical degree some reports She. Was killed by paramilitaries who shattered or car near the National University government reports say she was killed by. A security guard. Three more deaths were also reported in the city of peanut after an attack by police and paramilitaries among the dead was a fourteen year old boy these latest casualty spring the death toll to some three hundred and fifty five even as President Daniel Ortega went on. Fox News.

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Deadly protests continue in Nicaragua as demonstrators clash with police

24 Hour News

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Deadly protests continue in Nicaragua as demonstrators clash with police

"Markets and the farmers will be. The biggest beneficiary We're opening up markets you watch what's going This be a little patient in June the president announced tariffs on Chinese goods because we. Have to because we've been treated very, unfairly Beijing responded with tariffs. On American products including pork in sui beans purposefully targeting. Americans in rural areas at key Trump constituency so a bean prices, hit a ten. Year low earlier this month Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse is a frequent Trump critic and represents many farmers taking the brunt of the impact what the administration is offering them instead. Is twelve billion dollars a. Gold plated crutches that's not what anybody wants SAS is a growing list of Republicans rejecting the president's trade policies and this morning's. Tweet calling tariffs the greatest at no, point have I heard a. Farmer rancher say you. Know what we want. We want more bailouts we want more. Welfare what they want. Is less trade war We expect more. Trade tension tomorrow and President Trump meets with the president of the European Union which he has called a show when it comes. To trade Senator says cautioned the administration, against acting like everybody the. US does business with. Should be treated like. An enemy Jeff we just thank you The ongoing violence in Nicaragua could soon become this country's problem hundreds have been, killed since demonstrations began in Nicaragua in April protesters are demanding that President, Daniel Ortega step down now many see. Leading the country is their only option Manuel Bojorquez remains the, only. Network correspondent inside Nicaragua Donny but Antigovernment protesters say they were attacked last night outside Managua in the city of data barrage of bullets that led to three police insist they were fired, upon I it's the latest painful reminder that the turmoil here continues after. These confrontations many of the protesters say they're being threatened and forced. To flee their towns were about to meet one young man who has been hiding out in a. Safe, house look he goes by, somebody So your family stayed behind but because. You participated in the protests they're now receiving threats he says paramilitary forces loyal to president have killed dozens of his classmates the government denies any involvement Missa wonders, who else would have murdered her son Jonathan this is the last photo. Of him before he was shot the Geraldo son has now fled. The country she fears living in her own home you're afraid of visiting his grave because someone might. Be, there to hurt you Assefa told us, she. Is now to considering leaving the country and with an economy. Battered by turmoil with job losses estimated in. The hundreds of thousands there is concerned. The low number of Nicaraguans looking for asylum in the US could climb Jeff We work many barcus, thank you very much coming.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Each and every transportation form whether. It's, trucking or, buses, you name it you have rush Inc development their flags on it with Nicaragua one side and Russia on the other, side and the other bigger footprint and you mentioned the economy growing I you know I I, tend to disagree with that the, schooling system over there's fantastic kids going to school peacefully They're not afraid to go to school in two shifts Remarkable how they live their life but obviously but. I see when I. Go there and I stayed there people are remarkably calm they do not have. A desire to get more or game more like here you see the trust because you. Can actually put your input equal to more on foot And and leave it. There for time and get a response you put a lot on the table Dr Hanson Briefly on the. The notion of Russian influence? Nicaraguan flags, and Russian flags being displayed side-by-side on modes of transportation things like that is that familiar, to you of course if we go back to the Sandinista days and the Iran contra scandal and the eighties what the Reagan administration was. Concerned about was Russian influence in the Cold War Sure and that was one. Of the justifications for trying to overthrow the Sandinista government Daniel. Ortega has had an his sought a strong relationship with Russia back in the Cold War days with actually with the Soviet Union and continues to do that with Russia there is trade between Nicaragua Russia there. Are military there are weapons that have come from Russia into. Nicaragua it's still a relationship that Daniel Ortega thinks is very important if, you can imagine he voted with Russia not to condemn the Syrian, regime and the. And the bombing of civilian? Neighborhoods with, shoving of these barrel bombs out of planes to wreak havoc on civilian neighborhoods so I, can't speak directly to the amount of economic involvement I suspect that it's fairly Small but what there is would certainly be visible because there is a propaganda value for both. Sides. In having that I'd also like to respond to one of the first comments. That your guest made which has to do with the nature of the Sandinista police I think one of the things that that a lot of us who have followed Nicaragua. For a long time find the. Most surprising is. The level of repressive weasel force that the Sandinista police. Are using against unarmed civilians some people with with you know. Kind of homemade improvised weapons but for the most part on armed protesters for the longest time the explanation for why Nicaragua did not have gangs of the kind that El Salvador and Honduras you know have. Have been afflicted with was because the Sandinista police which grew. Out of this revolutionary move Had a very sort of community based policing strategy was close to the. Community and therefore was also a force for the prevention of violence and I think that certainly was true for a period of time and over. Past years while the international community was really not paying a lot of attention to Kerala the police became more, and more politicised and you know took on much more of a political policing function still I have to say, that I I am, surprised by, the degree of lethal force, that is being used not only by the Sandinista police but by, these paramilitary groups the so called a tour bus we're really out of time but the two, things very, briefly one I don't wanna let a cultural slur go by if that was a cultural slur By the caller about Nicaraguans carrying whether they work hard and get out of poverty is the, way I heard his comment, how did you hear it and. Second with this crisis are, we going to now see Nicaraguan refugees, adding to the others in central from Central America trying to come to North America Well I think certainly you know a. Migration a greater push towards migration is in the cards to the extent that this crisis festers and there's no resolution in sight because, the economy is going to really take a hit so there will be both you know economic drivers as well as the. General situation of violence for in the short term I think that Nicaragua's neighbor Costa Rica is. Most likely to feel the brunt of that Nicaraguans may start coming to the United States but I think that's a little bit further down the road and we'll have to see how long the the crisis continues I'm not. Sure that I heard the the callers comic in the?.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We expect, an overnight low of seventy four degrees and moisture, in the area until Thursday Philadelphia's thirties, are pushing out new video in hopes of finding. The mandate say sanctuary assaulted three women, two different incidents near the, Belmont plateau last week they believe he could soon attack again if he's not caught Christians Johanson reports the video shows a man about forty to fifty years old. With grey beard approaching two women as they pump gas near forty eight th and Girard last Thursday morning them. Both into their vehicle, drove to a secluded area where he both robbed and sexually assaulted both victims police spokesman captain Sekou Ken Abreu calls the suspect, brazen? After the first attack Tuesday morning. Would have absolutely been up at five forty five right at the start of rush hour she's getting off the bus and walking investigators are calling the. Man armed and dangerous in urge anyone who may have seen. Him to call police immediately, we're hoping buys clothing and what you can see his face but if. Anyone, knows, them I think it's good. Enough that they would recognize him in center city Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio protests in Nicaragua Have left three hundred and fifty dead since April demonstrators are out almost. Daily protesting proposed cuts to social security benefits government forces are accused of killing those who speak out against President Daniel Ortega critics say, he's turned into a dictator and should step down UBS was not well Brank has has more from Nicaragua there is no sign, of? Ortega backing down even though several. International organizations have called on him and his government to stop the violence suppression of the demonstrations they have condemned the actions of the government and you. Have to remember that much of the capital and other large. Cities here become paralyzed when, these protests happened because there's so much fear of what might happen so. You have people staying home businesses closing In other news. Crews in Missouri have raised the. Duck boat where seventeen people died nine from one family from the. Table rock lake near Branson Missouri doomed duck boat was raised from eighty. Feet of water not, far from where it entered the. Lake that was hit by a sudden intense, storm the boats white canvas top was peeled back it's orange lifejackets wedged into the boats caged atop the lifesaving, requirements and the regulations require that personal flotation, devices be on board for all passengers US coast guard captain Scott Stormer says it's up to the boat captain to decide whether passengers should put the life jackets on. Jim Chris Bs news table rock lake Missouri News time is, eleven twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos we're still looking, into this. Incident on the Waldman bridge heading into New Jersey heavy police activity on the upside said do use caution here. There is a bit of a delay leading to the scene once again this is the wall Goodman heading into New Jersey just watch out for some heavy delays we'll keep you posted on this as more information becomes available now out on the Schuylkill expressway westbound. It is still heavy from university emphasis all due to write Lincoln. Structure between southbound six seventy six up until around five o'clock in the morning eastbound on the Schuykill we're in good shape no construction and no, delays from king of Prussia all the way down the word, south Philly taking a look at ninety five in our jam cams right now end to. End we're in pretty good shape we do. Have that construction southbound on ninety five between the Ben Franklin bridge. And Penn's landing that also takes out the right lane until five AM and. In Westchester to northbound. At three twenty two left lane road work overnight to use caution in that area I'm in Toronto in the, TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic, center This is CBS three meteorologist..

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Protesters in Nicaragua demand Ortega's ouster as fears of civil war rise

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Protesters in Nicaragua demand Ortega's ouster as fears of civil war rise

"Drop in the temperatures, but still pretty hot. I'm NBC five, chief meteorologist Ray Mitchell. The forecast tonight, partly cloudy a low of eighty tomorrow. Mostly sunny high of ninety nine. How about that? Then? Sunshine, on Wednesday, a high of one, a one. And how about this? We've got clouds the current temperature ninety eight. Six eleven in the Mercedes Benz plano news center the, CBS evening news continues. We turn now, to the tour boat. Tragedy in Missouri, today the boat was turned over to. Federal investigators one issue being looked. At is whether? The? Operators, violated coast, guard rules by setting, off as. Thunderstorms rolled in Omar? Villafranca is a table rock lake near Branson Divers at table rock lake only needed a few hours to lift a submerged. Duck boat out of eighty feet of water Four days after a storm sancta boat and killed seventeen people on board Someone struggling I want up the push up their sheets But the. Ways for too big I didn't go back Lauren, Smith was one of fourteen survivors pulled from. The water but her brother and, father didn't make it Oh my gosh Smith. Says the captain never. Told the passengers to start taking safety precautions started, flooding in about before his sake everybody was in shock I didn't tell us to, put on life jackets selfish sodomy is like I never wanna be on any boat, ever in my life Coleman also survived the lost her three children, her husband and five other relatives when the boat, went under if I was able to get a life jacket I could've saved my babies because. They could at least floated up to the top with somebody Wasn't able to do that Now that the duck boat, is out of the water. Regular lake activities have resumed we also learned that the Missouri highway patrol's conducting their own separate, investigation into possible, criminal negligence but so far, no, charges. Have been. Filed Jeff Omar thank you We are, following a very, bad situation in Central. America tonight new protests. Today are raising fears of a civil war in Nicaragua could worsen. The immigration crisis here in the US hundreds have been. Killed in demonstrations the government tried to cut social security, benefits three months ago protesters. Are demanding President Daniel Ortega step down he is ruled Nicaragua for twenty two of the last, forty years Manuel, Bojorquez is the only network correspondent tonight. In Nicaragua This is. The latest anti government March it is packed here it is shut down one of the main thoroughfares of the capital city Managua you can see all. The people gathered here many covered their faces, out of fear, that they will be. Targeted for being part. Of this protest but here's a risk they are willing to take. This mass young man has been protesting for months now How long does this. Go Until he's gone regime accuses the protesters of inciting violence that has taken the lives of national police who claim they were simply. Trying to, restore the peace it's believed paramilitary forces loyal to or they got fired into a Catholic church earlier this month as one. Hundred university students sought shelter Two were killed father Eric vodka was there during the fifteen hour siege tell us if you can what what happened that day The worst day of, your life he showed us where the bullets Pierce the churches icons Jesus he's is with you no matter how bad it gets even as this protests unfolded supporters of the regime or holding a demonstration of. Their own an indication of the deep political. Divisions. In. This country and assigned, the turmoil. May not be ending any time soon? Jeff Manuel.

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2018 Tour de France - Ain't no mountain high enough for Geraint Thomas and Team Sky

BBC World Service

04:18 min | 2 years ago

2018 Tour de France - Ain't no mountain high enough for Geraint Thomas and Team Sky

"To the American, cited Missouri. Next release eleven people have drowned about fitness. Tourist spoke with sank in a storm on a lake the accident happened on table rock lake around seven pm local time, rescue operations of now. Posed for the night Caitlin Senate is from the local. TV station KOA three news in Missouri and told, us what she saw visited the scene not. Too long ago we saw a lot of people coming in and out we were a little farther away from the shore but we, were able to see many ambulances many, family members people standing. Around, waiting either for news or we believe some of them were people. Who had gotten off the boat and? It was a very hectic scene very, sad scenes day we we now do, no on, that five people. Are still missing tonight so what else can you tell us as far as the numbers are concerned the last time we spoke to anybody they said eleven People had been confirmed drowned yes that's the still the number we have an eleven people were killed as seven, were transported to the hospital the sheriff, says that one of. Those, injured with is seriously injured five are still missing and they did. Tell us that children there were some children that were killed in that accident? There are some of the eleven people, that were, killed Might be a simplistic, question but for those who don't know, what is a duck boat how'd you explain it to. Them it's kind of an amphibious boat if you will It converts it can go on land and then I, believe it has wheels and it can. Also then go into the water and become about as well, so it's kind of amphibious sorta felt that can do land. And sea and they're very an a big tourist it's, a very, touristy thing to do when you're in Branson. Missouri is to go on one of those, tech boat tours I imagine many of the people on board were tourists. You, know trying to enjoy their time on the lake when all this happened Caitlyn Senate from y three news Newsday from the BBC World Service kids with. This morning top sorry. Prison Trump is tug further controversy by inviting Vladimir Putin to. Visit the White, House in. The awesome despite. Unresolved. Concerns about Russian meddling in US. Elections also the Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has accused, Catholic bishops of plotting to overthrow him let's get news Matthew? Kenyon good morning morning thanks let's? Talk about the football festival Liverpool of made Ramos Allison. The world's most expensive goalkeeper they signed him on a six, year deal they haven't said how much they played paid for. Him but Romans said the deal is worth around eighty, four point, five million dollars in today's money that is. A lot of money the Liverpool manager Jurgen, Klopp says they've signed a real personality viso they've been Allison's surprise it's. Not, Bobby wanted to pay or whatever it's it's only that the market makes it so we are vicious that was there from the first second since I'm. In but they do. It step by step and this is the next step inside. And because it's, good looking. Nice fellow English. Cisco. At all it's up visit he. Goes is about basketball Gave us the opportunity to do, so maybe, they'll sign Selim, maybe they will. Sell some shit's of the Moment with will Ryan more I man to move towards the top of. The leaderboard to make a bit of a move at the open championship on day two at Carnoustie birdied the, third hole to go within a stroke of the leader who is still waiting to go out on course that's Kevin Kisner all the United States and Gary. Thomas of, team sky and Wales is in the yellow jersey of the leader of the tour de France once again he was wearing it yesterday on a special, day for him a special day for cycling because, the leader of the, tour one on the most significant, the most historic, stage of the tour de France the finish at outdoors an, amazing race in the end a Stephen cries Feick of the Netherlands was out in front for so long but he was holding on the final climb. And it was a sprint finish from five. People who could all be contenders for the final overall title it was Thomas who came out on top so the yellow. Jersey won the stage..

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Nicaraguan forces violently retake symbolic area from protesters

All Things Considered

04:36 min | 2 years ago

Nicaraguan forces violently retake symbolic area from protesters

"Eight with Joshua Johnson begins Wednesday night at eleven o'clock overnight, weather conditions for the bay area mostly cloudy with patchy. Fog at least closer to the coast. But. Look for clear skies further inland. Overnight lows in the fifties Wednesday mostly cloudy? In the morning with patchy fog then sunny through the. Day daytime highs on Wednesday for the bay area in, the seventy s to the mid eighty s the time is twelve fifty. From NPR news this is all things considered I'm Ari Shapiro Nelson Chang in Nicaragua nearly three hundred people, have been killed in violent clashes between protesters and forces loyal, to President Daniel Ortega it's gotten so bad that a few days ago pro government forces attacked a Catholic church. Student protesters had been using it as a shelter the Washington Post Josh. Partner was inside the. Church interviewing the students here's how he describes the scene, when I was there there were three seriously Wounded people inside the church and the police were blocking ambulances from getting in so for several hours these people were lying on the. Floor bleeding and pain one. One woman a medical student had been shot through the leg had broken her femur and she was just lying on the ground inside. The house. And no one could get get help to her, police knew how badly injured some people. Were inside the church and were deliberately blocking access. To medical assistance, right and the priest at the, time was on. His cell phone doing a live radio broadcast appealing for. Help describing the situation Seek permanent was talking to the government there's all these negotiations going on with the sole intent of trying to get the ambulances into the church to let the wounded be. Taken out just to take a step back I mean these protests, have been going on since April can you. Just remind us how did this all begin a so, this is frustration and anger in this country that's in building for many years. President Ortega's in his, fourth term as president over that time he has undermined. Democratic institutions and, a lot of ways the spark that set off the protests in April, was a change to the social security system that made people, pay more and receive less retirement and the revision does of elderly people protesting this and then getting beaten by police and those were seen around the country. And. People guy extremely upset and there were large marches in the, streets and when police then fired on those protests in there There's further crackdown in violence that really nothing's off you mentioned that the State Department's have been communicating with Ortega's government what have those communications been like what is the. US government, saying the US government has been calling on. The Nicaraguan government to stop using violence against protesters they have? Issued sanctions against Nicaraguan officials they have essentially said. That the use of force against against these protesters is unacceptable and that they're calling for a, democratic peaceful solution to the problem but is any of that pressure making a difference on the ground so far it hasn't it hasn't made a huge difference the president Ortega has refused to consider early elections the dialogue process between the church the protests and the business community has essentially. Been put on hold as the situation continues to passively escalate I'm, just wondering where people are seeking refuge I. Mean most of the migrants coming to the US mex- Geico border happened from Mexico El Salvador Guatemala Honduras but not from Nicaragua do you give them a. Sense that Nicaraguans are fleeing are they about. To flee, are they fleeing elsewhere besides the US what's happening Yes there are reports. That the Nicaraguans are fleeing in large numbers primarily to Costa Rica the stories that have come out so far and yeah it's possible that the, numbers of Nicaraguans traveling to the US could increase as well that hasn't been like you said. That they traditionally haven't been coming in. Large numbers or at. Least compared to the numbers. Of the, neighboring countries, but it's possible those. Numbers could increase Josh part low is a reporter for? The Washington Post thank you? Very much for joining us thank you very much The news overload we all feel can extend to the world of science our friend from the world of astrophysics Adam Frank has offered to provide some tools to help make us all, savvy consumers of science..

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Congress still has questions about Trump's meeting with Putin

All Things Considered

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Congress still has questions about Trump's meeting with Putin

"Russian interference and the two thousand sixteen election, despite his remarks to the contrary at a joint press event with Vladimir Putin as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports the president offered some clarification in a meeting with key members of congress. Yesterday sitting down with members of congress, some of whom were dismayed by Trump's comments in press conference with Putin Trump explains that. He simply misspoke about Russian interference in US. Elections should have been. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't pay Russia. Sort of a double negative he also says his. Administration will repel any further efforts by, Russia to interfere a State Department official echoes that saying that Trump administration will continue to. Take a quote direct approach to confront Russia. If Moscow threatens US. Interests and allies Michelle Kellerman NPR news the State Department For the second nine in a row anti-trump protesters gathered outside the White House the hundreds of activists were joined by attorney Michael Abernathy disagree on the issues we. May disagree on a lot of issues. But this, is the, time for Tuesday This, is the time that. You choose between this president and your country, and your love for the United States Is the, attorney representing stormy Daniels the porn star who alleged she. Had an affair with President Trump in two thousand six a, House Republican has won her runoff election in Alabama after battling questions about, our loyalty Trump in light of criticism she leveled, against the president and when he was running for office congresswoman Martha Roby defeated a former democratic congressman turned Republican a major, focus of the. NWC CPI national convention in San Antonio this week is getting out the vote for the midterms Texas. Public radio's, Camille Phillips asked young convention voters if they believe their. Friends will go to the polls in, November in general young adults are less likely, to vote than older, adults but, in two thousand. Sixteen the, voter turnout rate increased among millennials and gen Xers except for black millennials eastern Michigan university student. Candice Crutcher says sometimes. People don't vote because they think politics is boring without realizing everything you do is political the water you drink The air you brave the food you eat everything's political and you. Should vote, because who's making those decisions affects you other young and, w. c. p. convention goers say the, gold needs to move beyond registering voters instead, they say the push, should be, educating young adults. In especially, black millennials on why their vote matters for NPR news I'm Camille Phillips in San Antonio you're. Listening to NPR news After a year. Of leadership changes in Seattle City officials have named a new police chief, from member station k. o., w. page Browning has the story Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan searched, nationwide for a police chief in. The end she selected interim chief Carmen best she'll eat a department that like several US cities has undergone reforms over excessive. Use of force best help direct Seattle's reforms there has been a decrease and uses a force overall including a sixty percent, reduction in the most serious uses a force but we know that the work is not done the Seattle city. Council still needs to confirm the new chief, several Seattle department heads are new this year as is mayor Durkan Durkan was elected after a. Scandal involving the previous mayor, for NPR news I'm paid Browning in Seattle police and paramilitary groups have retaken a. Community at the. Center of opposition to President Daniel Ortega's government the forces began removing road Blocks in the. Western city of messiahs sixteen miles southeast of the capital vice president Rosario Marinho who SMARI to Ortega says it's necessary to, quote clean the area of a few people she describes as terrorists the anti-government protests began in mid April initially. As a protest against cuts to social programs, so take us says they were part of an attempted coup or take as a former Marxist. Guerrilla leader who has held, office since two thousand seven and also ruled the country from nineteen seventy nine to. Nineteen ninety this..

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Indeed Daniel Ortega and the Sandinistas engaged at. A total crackdown, of Nicaragua and the repression that I describe occurred They ended up having because of demands free elections The liberals were all convinced That the free elections, were the greatest thing possible Nicaragua because the. People would choose the Sandinistas they. Weren't gonna choose these contracts they weren't going to go back to those old bulls tyrants like. Suppose they would choose communism That's the thing about liberals They never ever ever ever ever learn to this very day where they're voting. For people like Bernie Sanders they keep thinking that socialism is going to win out in the long run and. Be chosen by the people See you at all of these American lefties go to Nicaragua for these elections to serve as monitors Guys like Ed Asner this is back in the day in which Ed Asner was. Actually important liberal guy that played Lou grant at a very Tyler Moore show back. In the day he was one of the biggest biggest liberals that America terms of influence of power They held the elections they were totally on. The up and up a guess what the commies the Sandinistas Daniel Ortega they lost Now what does that have to do with this. Week and now it's important to go into this. Because something happened in between and that I'm going to bring us to now and describe what's going on here? On this discussion is. There going to things that we have going on in our own country right now with people falling for The false promises of socialism And why socialism never works at why the government always ends. Up killing people in churches always socialism begins and communism in particular begins with the promise of we're going to have a quality of, peace and utopia on earth and. We'll put it a place people. Always get. Killed in churches it's. Amazing they always killed. It it's always in churches let's, take a break, four forty seven news talk eleven thirty w I s Rapid traffic from..

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mr. beaten argued that he's country did not have the, resources to track Mr. Trump when he was running for president There's been a scathing reaction in the, United States for many. Leading Republicans and Democrats, alike, to comments made. By President Trump at a joint news conference with President Putin after their summit in Finland many US politicians expressed dismay that Mr. Trump had cast doubt on the reliability. Of US intelligence agencies and that she blamed the poor relations with Russia on past US administrations rather than Russian actions The US. Department of Justice says a Russian woman living in Washington has been charged with conspiracy to act as an agent for, Moscow Maria Putina is alleged to have work to the direction of an. Unnamed high-level Kremlin official her, attorney denied the allegations thirteen countries in the Americas have called on Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega to stop attacking political protesters. More than three hundred people have died in anti-government demonstrations the EU is due to sign a. New free trade deal with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave in Tokyo later today the agreement will remove almost all tariffs benefiting some six hundred million people a British study has said experts should be. Given permission to experiment and alter the DNA of human embryos to influence the characteristics of future generations the review said heritable genome editing could be used to wipe out genetic, diseases in some families Argentina's football icon Diego Maradona has taken over as chairman of the bellarusse football club dynamo breast he signed. A three year, contract and said he hoped that President Lukashenko would become a fan BBC news Still recognize each other do Close See, Ronnie. Right and I see Ellen Robinson And. The latest I don't recognize So, the, lady with the blonde hair Linda she was out head go a group of old school friends and meeting up to Mark fifty years since the closure of the Crichton Margaret Sewell high school in Carlisle in the north of England. Must be monitored Very different old memories returning as they re introduce themselves to friends who they may not have seen for half a century Godwin did it go sixty two Sixty Similar events are held across the. World and school reunions can start just a few years after people leave. School this is the BBC World. Service I'm Catholic Graham and this week on the why factor I'll be, asking why do people go to this school reunions But also to knock on now It will be nice to, see which of them still living Because we're all still here Don't Around remember the. Names so why you you want to get out of? Curiosity The old photographs Oh what? Happens to people don't you know whether the sporty people carries on biscotti or what does the rainy people went onto. The brilliant things You too.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Org let's turn to nicaragua protesters there have been demanding president daniel ortega resign or take many of you probably know he rose to international prominence in the nineteen eighties as the leader of the leftist send in east does was a thorn in the side of president ronald reagan and others and since the eighties or take has been in and out of nicaragua's leadership but now many nicaraguans have had enough of ortega and this weekend protest against him turned deadly again after two months of protests at the main university in managua pro government militias attack some of the students they had sought refuge in a church on campus where they were trapped in the ensuing gunfire along with some priests and journalists at least two students were killed washington post reporter joshua part low was at the church we drove to the area of this church which had become a refuge area for the wounded and for the students who were pushed back from their barricades so i was doing interviews there for maybe an hour which point the paramilitaries appeared essentially behind us and cut off the exit from the church and then we were all stuck inside yet i mean describe some of the tents drama that unfolded while you were in that we're their students around you that that died when i was there there were three or four seriously wounded students initially when i got there they had the wounded out in the courtyard on desks when the shooting pretty close everyone rushed inside and carried the wounded in there and laid them on the floor there was a one eighteen year old man medical student who was shot through the leg had broken her femur and looked like shootings in extreme pain and it was splintered with bisque cardboard sticks tape there's another young man snow student who would have part of his foot shot off the came in after nightfall it became a little bit more intense and people shooting at the actual church ever in turn off the lights people were trying to be quiet they were trying to you'll never a lot of people that cell phones were communicating with the outside world of the priests was going on the radio and asking for help from what i was told when i was in there there were several ambulances waiting to get in but they were locked for several hours did the students you spoke with they assume they'd be safe from the paramilitaries inside a church yeah i mean i think that was part of the reason why they had initially gone there and taking their wounded with there was i thought that was a space in it wouldn't be attacked opponents to or tiga been protesting his government for months now how does this event in this church on the campus of this university of managua how does this fit in to the larger picture of what's going on nicaragua in some ways it's remarkable how often this kind of thing is happening in nicaragua i mean even yesterday the day after what happened in the church similar episode played out in a town called messiah in the paramilitaries blocked off roads into certain neighborhoods there was hours of gunfire at least ten people dead the government of president ortega's been intent on breaking these protests in reasserting control and i mean it has the flavor of a conflict that could be moving toward a civil war type situation i mean say such episodes may be happening with frequency in nicaragua but not with an american reporter bearing a minute by minute witness to it i'm it sounds like you're still processing what you went through i'm also wondering what did you better understand about the ortega government and what's at stake for the attack a government while you were holed up with the students in the church i mean i think you one of the things that becomes very clear as the the arteta government has said that these paramilitary forces don't exist that's a blatant lie i mean they're not in hiding in any sense they're quite visible i saw dozens of them and you know if they're taking orders from ortega or are they acting independently i mean that's a big question it hasn't been proven they're taking orders from ortega but you see them driving and traveling in conjunction with the police when i left the church on friday night we cross police lines the uniform police in the paramilitaries were the centrally working right in front of them freely so i have to assume that they are working in coordination with the.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The un and pope francis called for an end to the crackdown on protests against president daniel ortega the recent ramping up of state violence targeted students occupying the national autonomous university of nicaragua in managua with two deaths and many injuries reported maria martin has more friday or security forces and paramilitaries attacks students who've been occupying the university for almost two months students hit behind barricades and prayed one young woman apologized to her mother for having defied her to come to the protest i just had to save my country she said stupidest like her happened at the frontlines of this rebellion since it started april eighteen i asked the protest to gates now recent changes in public pensions then as a fullfledged call to have the authoritarian rule of the man many of the grandparents had fought alongside the once admired revolutionary seventy stay he wrote that the data are feeling towards the students is total admiration thirtythreeyearold avia who once worked for the southern to government now supports the protesters but for a long time he accepted or take us rule like many nicaraguans emiliano was weary of so many years of war in the seventies and eighties including the almost ten year old contra financed the us but then the students rose up it took two hundred boys and girls that bravely came out to streets and we're beating yup and then the students woke up and then a whole country that was asleep woke up about midday saturday students trapped by ortega's forces in church were escorted out by religious leaders to the national cathedral for refuge as a convoy of nicaragua's cheered their bravery for npr news i'm martin a man in california insults a family for listening to spanish music while celebrating on july fourth managed chicago berates a women for wearing a shirt with the flag of puerto rico on it a local official ignores the women's calls for assistance a woman in a park scolds in los angeles times reporter for speaking spanish to her daughter and so many more according to a department of justice report for just the state of california latinos and hispanics are increasingly the subject of hate crimes with a more than fifty percent increase from two thousand sixteen to talk about this i'm joined by maddie akina hosa she's the host of npr's latino usa good morning good morning lou so some sad statistics sarah only listed some example of the recent attacks against latinos that have made the news and there is a rhetoric that contributes to these kinds of hate crimes there is a rhetoric and we've actually witnessed some of his coming from the administration so when you have members of the administration including the president calling specifically latino latina immigrants infiltrators vermin animals then i'm sure there are many people who say well wait a second us to and how do you how do you challenge that to be clear the administration says that when the president uses those words or members of the administration uses words they're talking about actual criminal elements that come into this country like ms thirteen gang members for example yes but for many people they just hear a general message that says these people are a threat they're flooding into our country they're scary there brown they speak spanish they're immigrants and i think that that's that's why we're seeing these high numbers i want to play some tape from president trump right now he just had a few words to say on his recent trip to the.

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President Trump in Scotland for weekend at golf course

BBC World Service

04:41 min | 2 years ago

President Trump in Scotland for weekend at golf course

"Hello i'm caroline what i'd welcome to the world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in the past seven days this was the week when donald trump challenged nato allies to raise spending on defense or else the united states commitment to nato is very strong remains very strong but primarily because everyone the spirit they have the amount of money they're willing to spend the additional money that they will be putting up has been really amazing he got involved in britain's brexit turmoil to the week when india became the world seek largest economy when syrian government soldiers planted their flag in the place with rebellion was born and the miracle of thailand we just had a little bit of hope that the kids were still alive but we had to move forward and do it it was a tiny bit of hope we have to hold onto that hope and in the end we found out that they were all alive was it a miracle for the government to that after this bbc news i'm john shea the hat of the colombian former rebel group faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodrigue along donyo also known as timoshenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal which will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war families victims say they hope the tribunal discover where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found who yet the mantra is one of the tribunal magistrates so much dirt your meal they're more than eight thousand kidnappings this is part of the reason this process was established to establish the truth about the number of people who are the victims of this skirt it is part of the truth that we hope to uncover there's been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four hour national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside a church at the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government thousands of people have thronged abbas main thoroughfare degrees era as president his arrived on a three day visits to ethiopia some waves giant eritrean flags president assize of work is visit comes less than a week since the two neighbours declared an end to a two decade long conflict when ethiopia's leader of abi ahmed travels to asmara families in mustang in western pakistan are burying their dead were killed on friday and one of the country's worst ever militant attacks the province of balochistan has declared three days of mourning the islamic state group says it carried out the attack so condo kamani reports this is one of the deadliest attacks by militants in pakistan's history it targeted an election rally of a local politician in the town of mustang he was amongst those killed the previous set of elections in pakistan were overshadowed by the threat of violence the number of parties unable to campaign in the past few years security has greatly improved in pakistan but this week has seen a spate of attacks targeting local politicians president trump has spending the weekend at one of his golf courses in scotland is preparing for the summit on monday when he's you to meet president putin in helsinki lana gordon has this report there has been no official confirmation of president trump's plans for the next two days but a round of golf is turnberry course is likely more than five thousand police are on duty for the duration of his visit to scotland patrolling the sea and shoreline they'll be hoping there will be no repeat of last night when a protest are flying paraglider got within around one hundred meters of the president shortly after he arrived at his resort this is the latest world news from the bbc the trial of boy is rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and the football coach are recovering physically and mentally from the underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue intense seasonal rains and thunderstorms in china have caused widespread flooding and disruption with bridges destroyed and roads and railways blocked in the southwestern province of sichuan ten major highways have been closed more than eighty thousand people have been evacuated from.

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Trump, Abc and Pakistan discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Trump, Abc and Pakistan discussed on BBC World Service

"It's six thirty gmt this weekend from the bbc world service still to come the uk government's attempt to clarify its negotiating position on brexit the impact of floods and record rainfall on western japan and an unusual type of musical performance in which wrong notes are celebrated that's all here on weekend with me julian summary of world news bbc news with nick kelly leaders of the former farc rebel group in colombia have made their first appearances at a special tribunal that will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's five decades of civil war the head of the faulk rodrigue donyo also known as timoshenko asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group about one hundred and fifty students in nicaragua i've been trapped inside the church at the main university in managua after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government of president daniel ortega so far only a few injured protesters and the journalists have been allowed to leave the local government in pakistan southwestern province of baluchistan is observing a day of mourning for more than one hundred and twenty people killed in a suicide bomb attack it's an election rally on friday the bomb blast was the third attack in seven days in a flare up of violence ahead of general elections shed ruled for the twenty fifth of july the boys rescued from flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters that the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they receive when they come out the president of era tria assias ever work is expected to visit ethiopia late today that's the latest move towards reconciliation between the two countries after years of physical conflict the last week ezio pius prime minister the armored made the journey to retrieve the two leaders formally declared an end to a state of war and president trump is spending the weekend at one of his golf courses in scotland where his preparing for a summit on monday when is due to meet president putin in helsinki the white house has insisted that friday's indictments of russian intelligence officers for us election interference has not thrown the meeting off course abc news you're listening to the bbc world service i'm julie morica with weekend coming up.

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Eritrea's leader visits Ethiopia as dramatic thaw continues

BBC World Service

04:14 min | 2 years ago

Eritrea's leader visits Ethiopia as dramatic thaw continues

"Now the world news this is abc news kelly the head of the colombian former rebel group the faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodriguez london also known as timoshchenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal that will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war nncholas russia reports three former rebel leaders have attended the first hearing friday while a fourth took part via video conference from prison they're required to provide details on the alleged kidnappings enforced disappearances between one thousand nine hundred and twenty twelve the fall top commander donyo also known estimate shaneco ask for forgiveness for the pain and suffering inflicted on many families relatives of the victims say they hope the tribunal will bring to light where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found that has been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four our national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside the church of the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government and the opposition stronghold of messiah thirty kilometers to the south there reports of two deaths jairo gonzalez is a civil servant everything that is happening now with the strike is a way to put pressure on the government for response to the problems in through the economic crisis in the country i think this is a form of expression for the people so as to get out of this crisis the local government in pakistan southwestern province of baluchistan is observing a day of mourning for more than one hundred and twenty people killed in a suicide bomb attack at an election rally on friday the bbc's kunda karmani says the attacks race security questions ahead of elections across pakistan later this month in two thousand thirteen in the election that was taking place then a number of political parties simply weren't able to campaign at all because of the threat of militant violence many people had thought that the security situation had improved since then and in many ways it has but these attacks are really a a reminder of the of the threat that militants can still pose and buckets on this latest attack was claimed by these slummy state group which has a small but it seems growing presence in the country the president of eric traer s yes work is due to visit ethiopia late today the latest diplomat move towards reconciliation between the two countries after years of conflict which left tens of thousands dead last week ethiopia's prime minister visited eritrea where the two leaders declared a formal end to a state of war world news from the bbc the twelfth poise rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters that the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and their coach or recovering physically and mentally from their harrowing underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue in west belfast northern ireland an explosive devices being thrown at the home of gerry adams the former leader of the xinfei republican party no almost hurt here's chris page xinfeng has said gerry adams's grandchildren were in the driveway of his house minutes before the attack mr adams has tweeted all well here new one hurt he's thank the neighborhood watch and party colleagues who he said kim very quickly and other explosive device was thrown at the home of a close ally of mr adams bobby story is a former ira prisoner and a senior shin and activists the party has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans you're opposed to the peace process and said there the desperate acts of increasingly desperate and the relevant groups meanwhile hundreds of people have rallied in.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For future trade deal with the united states in a significant blow to her position mr trump told the sun newspaper that plans to close british trade alignment with the eu meant washington would be dealing with the eu instead of britain students in north west cameroon say five of their classmates was shot dead by soldiers in an overnight raid eyewitnesses say the students at bambi lee university off down to their rooms by men in military uniform the bodies of two students were later found at the local mortuary thousands of people in nicaragua have marched through the streets of the capital managua demanding the resignation of president daniel ortega similar demonstrations are expected to take place in cities across the country after months of violence in which up to three hundred and fifty people have died the us justice department has reopened its investigation into the killing of an african american teenager whose brutal murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five acted as a catalyst for the civil rights movement fourteen year old emmett till from chicago was visiting relatives in mississippi when he was abducted and killed reports are coming in a huge explosion at the international airport in egypt's capital cairo witnesses said the sound of the blast was deafening and flames could be seen from a distance the medical charity doctors without borders has accused the european union of taking a cold blooded decision to let migrants drown in the mediterranean the group said more than six hundred people including babies had perished since italy barred rescue ships last month antiwhaling campaign is have accused wailers in iceland of illegally killing an endangered blue whale the largest species in the planet.

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Thirty Three Billion Dollars, Three Years and Five Years discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Thirty Three Billion Dollars, Three Years and Five Years discussed on BBC World Service

"Underway whole families being floated to safety abyss left stranded and forced to wait on roofs for rescue most of the damage is a few hundred miles west of tokyo in japan's hiroshima prefecture hit by high winds rising river levels what japan's meteorological agency has cooled unprecedented rainfall the us secretary of state mike pompeo stressed that there will be no let up in sanctions on north korea until got rid of its nuclear weapons mr pompeo was speaking in tokyo after talks with his japanese and south korean counterparts the economic sanctions and the continued enforcement the world will see continued enforcement actions by the united states in the days and weeks ahead and i'm counting on those other countries that are with me here today another's around the world to continue to enforce the sanctions and while the enforcement of sanctions will continue until denuclearization is complete mr pompeo said he was encouraged by the progress made during his recent to d visit to north korea officials in pyongyang had reaffirmed their commitment to denuclearization he dismissed a north korean statement that the stance taken by us negotiators was gangster like and not constructive you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc the president of nicaragua daniel ortega is again ruled out early elections as demanded by opposition protesters who want him to resign mr arteaga told a rally of his supporters the rules set by the constitution would not be allowed to be changed by what he called a group of plotters sudan has taken a further step towards ending almost five years of civil war was the announcement of a power sharing agreement president salva q will reinstate the rebel leader react machar's is first vicepresident final details of yet to be agreed and further talks brokered by regional powers are to be held in the coming days mr key or sacked mr machar in twenty thirteen accusing him of planning a coup tens of thousands of people have died in the ensuing conflict the general synod of the church of england is due to vote later today on a proposal to disinvest from any company that's not aligned its business plan with targets set out in the paris climate agreement the churches an investment for folio thirty three billion dollars martin bashir reports the motion is supported by the former archbishop of canterbury lord williams who says this is an opportunity to encourage society to take control of an issue which threatens to overwhelm us but it is strongly opposed by the church commissioners the body responsible for investment strategy and the bishop of manchester david walker who said it was better for the church to use its influence as a shareholder of major fuel companies like exxon mobil rather than disinvesting the vatican's first order to general lebed maloney says criminal charges against them of being withdrawn mr maloney was appointed by pope francis three years ago to investigate vatican finances he resigned following a church police read on his offices bbc news.

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Baria touts party in runoff as Sherman promises fresh course

Talkin' Pets

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Baria touts party in runoff as Sherman promises fresh course

"President trump has promoting his administration's business policies particularly tax cuts stirring around table on tax reform in las vegas usa open for business event follows mr trump's speech earlier today to the nevada republican party convention south carolina republican congressional candidate katie arrington expected to recover but it will take a while the woman who beat incumbent mark sanford in the gop primary was a pastor in a car hit by a wrong way driver and a fresh wave of violence and repression claimed at least seven lives in nicaragua as international criticism mounts against the government of president daniel ortega over its response to protests the the attacks began friday evening hours after the inter american commission on human rights presented a report signaling the nicaraguan government is having violated human rights during the protests this is sr in news want to change how you feel significantly relieffactor dot com we'll do that for you support for temporary relief of minor aches and pains if you're out there exercising go a little bit too far as i did on saturday you definitely need relief factor on sunday monday tuesday wednesday actually i take it every day as to tens of thousands of people may know that they should have mega which is fish oil rich virtual which you can get from red wine but you don't know how much i carrying kirkman altogether carefully calibrated.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Wbz news time eleven fifty two in international news the pentagon is formerly suspended a major military exercise planned for august with south korea a much anticipated move stemming from president trump's nuclear summit with north korean leader kim jong un cbs news military consultant might lions says these were military exercise that combined all the different elements of the war fighting capability of the united states as well as the south korean military it was involving higher headquarters and their staffs as well as some of the strategic weapons that we usually bring into practice in the event of a defensive operation that would have to take place in south korea the defense department says it's made no decision on other military exercises with south korea following president trump's summit more americans feel confident that conflict between the two countries can be avoided the americans say the summit between donald trump and kim jong hoon was a failure though they wouldn't call it an outright success either most give it a mixed rating but most americans fifty six percent do not think the summit will lead to the ending of north korea's nuclear program the republicans are optimistic ladders cbs news manager of surveys fred backus nicaragua's roman catholic hierarchy has suspended a dialogue with the government aimed at ending a twomonth political crisis more than one hundred sixty people have been killed since protests began after changes to the social security system in nicaragua in april they were quickly reverse but the protest grew to a demand for president daniel ortega to step down us top diplomat and a global human rights group have called for the government of honduras to hold members of that country's security forces responsible for alleged abuse after last november's elections secretary of state mike pompeo met with the president of honduras to discuss the need to pursue those responsible amnesty international says more than one hundred people face charges related to the protests but no member of the security forces has been charged in any of the thirty two deaths wbz am news time eleven fifty four and now a page from the diary of flo dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes through progressive that inspires me 'cause i just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seized upon the words of a hamas official who said on a palestinian television channel but most of those killed were from hamas his remarks were an answer to criticism that hamas was not on the front line and they don't appear to reflect the official hamas position but these rarely media has gone big with the story with israel's supporters saying it proves that israel was battling hamas and terrorism not civilian protesters foiled news from the bbc the family and friends of naomi mugo sanger young woman who died last year of organ failure when she called the wrong french emergency number have marched through the centre of strasbourg demanding truth and justice miss smith singer was marked by an operator who when asked if she was going to die said yes everyone dies someday the government says it aims to create just one emergency number talks are being held in between president daniel ortega and the opposition a month after the beginning of antigovernment protests that have killed more than fifty people in a tense meeting both sides traded accusations speaking at the beginning of talks being mediated by the church archbishop leopoldo brenes said police repression of the protests should end immediately and students refrain from violence we respectfully request all sectors the government and the rest of society to support this national dialogue by making an effort to maintain a favorable and tolerant atmosphere of respect especially when peaceful demonstrations are held releasing does your name specific one of the creative forces behind many superhero characters including black panther and spider man stanley is suing the entertainment company he cofounded for more than a billion dollars.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"If they meet next month's pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament this report from john sopo from a president who's always been quick to react and quick to retaliate today there's been absolute restraint the manager of the white house seems to be keep calm and carry on and do nothing that could inflame tensions with north korea ahead of next month's scheduled summit they're likely to be more bumps ahead but there's absolute determination that loose talk whether from pyongyang or washington shouldn't be allowed to derail this historic summit tongues have begun in nicaragua between president daniel ortega and the opposition and make new clashes and antigovernment protests across the country local media say at least one person has died and many of us have been injured in confrontations between protesters and riot police the unrest began a month ago when mr ortega socialist government introduced unpopular pension and social security cards more than forty people were killed the chief executive of the aid agency oxfam in britain mark goldring is to stand down at the end of this year the charges come under intense scrutiny since allegations emerged earlier this year of sexual misconduct by it staff in haiti in two thousand eleven bbc news the chief executive of facebook mark zuckerberg has agreed to meet members of the european parliament to answer questions about the companies use of personal data the head of the legislature antonio tajani said mr zuckerberg could be in brussels as early as next week cobra has already testified before the us congress on goal is sovereign wealth fund is applied to a british cord to order banks to reveal information about accounts held in its behalf this is the five billion dollar funds latest move in a dispute with its former boss the son of angola's expresident josie eduardo santos giuseppe lamented does santosh was sacked as head of the fund after lorenzo became president last year vowing to radically nepotism and corruption the us senate intelligence committee has voted in favor of president trump's nominee to lead the central intelligence agency gina hospital if confirmed by the full senate she would be the first woman to lead the.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To spending something some hundreds of millions of dollars in nicaragua four ortega and then ortega got on the plane and went to new york and went shopping with the song stylists peter paul and mary and peter paul and mary took daniel ortega on a shopping spree to buy sunglasses so this is nothing new and the and the democrats wrote ortega electrical dear commandante please don't embarrass us like this we give you what you want to the us congressman you slam it right in our face by having a public meeting with the soviet you can't do this so they knew what was going on and there are countless other examples of this guy when when george w bush was president you had you had both the clinton hillary clinton and bill and al gore who were traveling internationally and delivering anti bush statements anti iraq war anti war on terrorism the idea that democrats undermine sitting republican presidencies is not new but it is going to have a different impact this time that the left is not calculating and the media isn't counseling media is is trying to ignore the carey story and not hype it they're privately cheering it and hoping that carry continues but this kind of stuff they don't realize that this is helping trump because again they do not yet today know who the trump voters are they do not know the trump base they do not have the slightest idea they think the trump voter was a one time mistake that the trump voter realizes it that trump is a one term president they don't have any idea why these people voted for trump they can't figure it out and if they were told the truth they wouldn't believe it so carry his off doing this kind of stuff that but it's further evidence why these people cannot be dealt with cannot be compromised with they have to be defeated is under the pull quote from his story this week was a stark reminder of the importance of having judges who are interested in the rule of law and the constitution not advancing a political agenda that's what's on the ballot this november while the idea beating back the liberal mob in the fields of science journalism in hollywood is appealing and important though is our but the tentacles of the monster the ballot box in the.

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"daniel ortega" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"daniel ortega" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To spending something some hundreds of millions of dollars in nicaragua four ortega and then ortega got on the plane and went to new york and went shopping with the song stylists peter paul and mary and peter paul and mary took daniel ortega on a shopping spree to buy sunglasses so this is nothing new and the democrats wrote ortega letter call the deer common downtown and please don't embarrass us like this we give you what you want to the us congressman you slam it right in our face by having a public meeting with the soviet you can't do this so they knew what was going on and there are countless other examples of this guy when when george w bush was president you had you had both clinton hillary clinton and bill and al gore hoover traveling internationally and delivering antibush statements anti iraq war anti war on terrorism the idea that democrats undermine sitting republican presidencies is not new but it is going to have a different impact this time that the left is not calculating and the media isn't countless media is is trying to ignore the carey story and not hype it they're privately cheering it and hoping that carry continues but this kind of stuff they don't realize that this is helping trump because again they do not yet today know who the trump voters are they do not know the trump base they do not have the slightest idea they think the trump voter was a one time mistake that the trump voter realizes it that trump is a one term president they don't have any idea why these people voted for trump they can't figure it out and if they were told the truth they wouldn't believe it so carry his off doing this kind of stuff but it's further evidence why these people cannot be dealt with cannot be compromised with they have to be defeated there's another pull quote from his story this week was a stark reminder of the importance of having judges who are interested in the rule of law and the constitution not advancing a political agenda that what's on the ballot this november while the idea beating back the liberal mob in the fields of science journalism in hollywood is appealing and important though is are but the tentacles of the monster the ballot box in the confirmation votes in the.

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