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"daniel shays" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"C l where Jared and Katie in the morning. I'm Katie. I'm Jared, Jason Goodman. Manchester Map. Daniel Shays New album. Good Things is out now. The Duo co wrote every song on the album that had some guests. Writers help with a few songs, including Julia Michaels and the Artist at number 13 it Shawn Mendez with summer of Love. Your body will Kevin. We would take us saying good in the sheets until they even there was nowhere to go. Yeah. Shaves reason. Shadows of aid. I get back, huh? This is your body and Mama, baby. Nothing comes close. It was the summer of love. The Only I fuck couple of months. It was the summer. Summer meditation into Kitta colour You must send. You didn't know how much I need. You hate it when I have to leave. You have been taking mental pictures. But when I miss you in the winter, they end up until the sunrise But you needn't be last time. It was the summer. Yeah, I like summer. This is not your body. If we like him be with taking his far yeah, and saying good in the sheets until the evening there was nowhere to go. No summer of love. Summer. It was. Yeah, it was the summer. 175 K C s top 40 hits in the.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shots. These pandemic politics are referred to are are are making people sick? Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he's confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Court agrees. Alice NPR NEWS Washington EPA says it was zoomed trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed Pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list, Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay yet is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. Bristol Bay is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and pebble threatens that economy and culture. And it is simply the wrong mine in the wrong place. Under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed an administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump Administration for NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage Stocks Are you up early games closing lower today, the Dow dropped 100 and 51 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. And a 34. This is KCRW. I'm Matt Gillum, The leader of the Free world is coming to Long Beach. On Monday, President Joe Biden will be in Southern California campaigning for governor, Gavin Newsom as he tries to fight off the recall. Monday's Long Beach visit will be one day before the deadline to cast a ballot in the special recall election. Newsom's campaign announced the pair will be together in the region for what they're calling the final rally against the Republican recall. Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia celebrated the news on Twitter, saying he's looking forward to welcoming the to the president isn't the only high profile person to stump for Newsome. Just yesterday, Vice President Kamala Harris joined the governor in the Bay Area. L. A City officials tour to what will be the fifth Bridge housing facility in City Council district. To the wit set West Tiny homes village will be capable of housing 150 people experiencing homelessness as they wait for permanent options. Council member Paul Krekorian was who represent was represents the area. When we open this.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Lawmakers are having a hard time finding a compromise on a massive energy and climate bill 74 degrees on a Rachel Low Tonight of 65, or one news is next on W B. E Z. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. I'm without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic has largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shots. These pandemic politics sorry further or are are making people sick. Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. President said companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he is confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Four degrees Alice. NPR NEWS Washington EPA says it was zoomed trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay. It is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. First debate is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and pebble threatens that economy and culture. And it is simply the wrong mind in the wrong place under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed and administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump administration. For NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage Stocks gave up early gains closing lower today, the Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. 75 degrees at 504. I'm Alba Lara with W B E Z news at this hour. The Illinois House of Representatives is debating a massive proposal on energy and climate, but it's not clear yet if the Democrats have the votes to approve the legislation. Republicans and business groups are largely opposing the bill, arguing that consumers will see higher energy bills. As a result. Mark Dentler leads the Illinois Manufacturers Association and testified against the bill earlier today. Families, small businesses, manufacturers will all pay substantially higher energy bills under this legislation. Nobody debates that. House Democrats say consumers could expect to see their energy bills go up a few dollars each month. Meanwhile, the Democrats continue to debate an eventual phase out of coal in Illinois. The proposed legislation would also give energy giant Exelon Nearly $700 million to prevent the closure of some of its nuclear power plants in Illinois. Political newcomers announcing today that he's running for Illinois governor as a Republican in next year's election. Jesse Sullivan is a businessman from Petersburg in central Illinois. He's already raised nearly $11 million from six people who live out of state. Sullivan is the fourth Republican to announce his candidacy. The three others are businessman Gary Ray Bine, former state Senator Paul Schimpf and current state Senator Darren Bailey. Even more Republicans are expected to run in the GOP primary to challenge Democratic incumbent Governor J. B. Pritzker. A primary election is in June. 16 years $6 Billion project to modernize or Hare International Airport's runway system is now complete. Officials celebrated that achievement today the project's aim was to cut down on delays. It includes four new runways extending to existing runways. Building two new air traffic control towers. Baseball this afternoon in the eighth inning, the White Sox trail the A's 321 cubs are off. They'll face the Giants tomorrow. Our forecast for tonight. Partly cloudy low of 60 Sunny on Friday with a high of 79 74 to here in midway. It's 70 at the lake. I'm.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Wide bipartisan support for resettling Afghans in the U. S. We have an obligation to these Afghans to get them help to get them safe to get them to safety. They were with us the whole time later, the long, complicated relationship between Pakistan and the Taliban and congressional investigators are collecting a trove of documents on the January 6th capital insurrection. At the end of the day. We are determined to draft a comprehensive report over everything that led up to January 6th and what happened that day in the aftermath, now news Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shots. These pandemic politics sorry further are are making people sick. Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions to stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he's confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Court agrees. Alice NPR NEWS Washington EPA says it was zoomed trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list. Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shays yet is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. First debate is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and Pebble threatens that economy and culture, and it is simply the wrong mind in the wrong place under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed and administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump Administration for NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage stocks you up early games closing lower today, the Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. Why? From news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Gail DeLaughter. Galveston County is reporting its first death of a child from Covid. They say The victim was a girl under the age of 10, who attended school in Galveston County, but they don't think that's where she got the virus. Galveston County is now reporting over 5800 active cases. Over 46 over 460 people in the county have now died from the virus. The U. S. Justice Department has now filed suit against the state of Texas over its new abortion law, which is one of the strictest in the country. News 88 sevens. Kyra Buckley is looking at the complaint filed in District Court. The DOJ says the law banning abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy and making private citizens responsible for enforcement is unconstitutional. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the DOJ is seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction to prohibit enforcement. The United States has the authority and the responsibility to ensure That no state can deprive individuals of their constitutional rights through a legislative scheme specifically designed to prevent the vindication of those rights. The Biden administration has vowed to fight the law, especially since the U. S. Supreme Court decided not to step in before it took effect last week. I'm Kyra Buckley in Houston. A federal proposal to cut methane emissions is getting pushback from a national trade group that represents some Houston oil and gas companies. American Petroleum Institute President Mike Summers says proposed methane fees moving through Congress are unreasonable. We are seeking to educate members of Congress on these potential impact. Both through direct interaction with lawmakers and seeking to inform their constituents on what the cost of this methane feet would be. The institute says it's already committed to cutting emissions in places like West Texas. But environmental advocates say Texas has allowed more emissions from flaring than any other state. We're expecting clear skies tonight with a low near 72. Tomorrow's high around 90 94 on the campus and Gail DeLaughter News. 80 eight's that support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"daniel shays" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New poll shows a broad majority of Americans support resettling Afghans who worked with the U. S government or military. We'll hear more. Also, the NFL is back. So are the fans. Covid 19 has never left how the league deal with full crowds during the pandemic will hear that and much more right after news headline Stay tuned. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shots. These pandemic politics are referred to are are are making people sick? Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he is confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Court agrees. Alice NPR NEWS Washington The EPA says it will resume trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed Pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list, Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay yet is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. Bristol Bay is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and pebble threatens that economy and culture. And it is simply the wrong mine in the wrong place. Under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed an administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump Administration for NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage stocks. He gave up early gains closing lower today, the Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. And this is W when my C in New York I'm Sean Carlson. There's more response today to the recent deaths at Rikers Island, Public Advocate Germany. Williams and Department of Corrections Commissioner Vincent Schiraldi are calling for more staff to be hired at the jail. Williams says. Because of the shortage, people currently inside weren't receiving a satisfactory standard of living. There was a lot of agreement on the problems of that people who are housed, they weren't getting the minimum standards. A big part of that was because they just simply was not enough staff. Williams and Schiraldi are also continuing to call on the courts to expedite cases for those awaiting trial in jail. The athletic department at Rutgers University in New Jersey, has accumulated at $265 million in debt to cover the cost of joining more prestigious athletic conference. The big 10 That's according to a new investigation or investigative report from the records North jersey dot com. Reporter Abbott Khalaf says the university went against its own internal policy by loaning the athletic department $84 million over the last six years to cover the expenses. They have this big hole and the problem was That when they built the big hole in loans and deficits, they did it in violation of their own policies that say you don't make a loan to cover operating court. Another portion of the funds. $189 million came from taxpayers, student fees and tuition. Governor Murphy called the story quite concerning but first needs to better understand the facts. For the first time. It is the way the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will feature a balloon of a Star Wars character. And, of course, it's the mandalorian grow. Gew. People probably know him better as baby Yoda. The blue No, is not tiny. It's 41 FT. High 29 FT. Long and 37 FT wide. That's about 30 times the size of the tiny green Jedi in training. This will be the 95th Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. For the rest of.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Saw state owls are gearing up for a big trip all the way to wait for it. Atlanta. It might be a short journey, but it's a huge deal. This represents key issues. First Power five contest as it takes on Georgia Tech Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium. It marks a return for head coach Brian Bohannon, who left Tech to become Kenneth Sal's first head coach. He's been doing something right Key issue has been ranked in the top 25 for 47 straight weeks, and the school has the honor of being the most winning startup team in college football history. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shot. These pandemic politics are referred to are are are making people sick. Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he is confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Court agrees. Alice NPR NEWS Washington Pepe says it will resume trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay for years. Fishermen and indigenous people of the area of said the proposed pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list. Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay. It is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. First debate is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and Pebble threatens that economy and culture, and it is simply the wrong mind in the wrong place. Under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed an administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process revert in a decision by the Trump administration. For NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage stocks to get up early games closing lower Today, the Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. From W A D e News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Burress. Our time Now we have 604. This morning, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms praise City Council members who voted to lease land for the construction of a police and fire training center WBB easily So Hagen has more flanked by police and fire Department leaders. Mayor Bottoms called the council's Wednesday night vote courageous. She applauded members for prioritizing morale and retention for Atlanta's police and firefighters. The controversial training center proposal has drawn an outpouring of public opposition from critics denouncing what they say was a lack of community input. Mayor Bottoms response. It's not ever pretty process. It wasn't a pretty process when we built Mercedes Benz Stadium. It was a pretty process when we redeveloped Turner Field. I don't expect this to be any different Bottoms also condemned protesters who had shown up outside counsel members homes to protest the lease. Lisa Hagen WLBT news Delta Airlines said in a filing with federal regulators today that is stronger than expected July won't be enough to maintain its profit expectations for the third quarter. The Atlanta based carrier says last month spike in Covid 19 cases put the brakes on future bookings. This says the airline was already spending more than it expected to regrow its workforce. Delta says lower fuel prices and a pullback in capacity for the rest of the year could still allow for a smaller pretax profit. And the Atlanta Journal Constitution is closing its when it county print production plant early next year. The Daily paper will instead be printed at the Gainesville Times Facility in Hall County. According to the A G C. The move will eliminate 100 full time jobs and more than 100, part time jobs as well. You can find more local news on our website. That's w A b e dot org This is W. ABC News. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on WBUR

"Jack left. ER is coming up the details of the president's plan, which would allow people to go unvaccinated if they get weekly covid tests. Also this hour full show wide support for resettling Afghan refugees in the U. S. Even among Republicans, that support is not universal. They can say they're being vetted, but we don't know that. You know, I just do not trust this administration and at 6 30 on MARKETPLACE. US Airlines lower Their revenue projections as the Delta variants spreads nationwide. It's 601 1st. This hour's news. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shots. These pandemic politics are referred to are are are making people sick? Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he's confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Quarter. Carrizalez. NPR NEWS Washington EPA says it will resume trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list. Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay yet is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. Bristol Bay is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and Pebble threatens that economy and culture, and it is simply the wrong mind in the wrong place. Under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed an administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump administration. For NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage Stocks gave up early gains closing lower today, The Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Jack Lepi, ours in Boston. In less than an hour, The five candidates for Boston mayor will face off in a debate hosted by W B U R City councilors Michelle Wu, Andrea Campbell and Anissa aside by George, along with Acting Mayor Kim Janie and former city economic development chief John Barrows will participate. Recent polls show Woo with a wide lead. Jamie Campbell, at a side by George are battling for second place, the top two vote getters face off in November. You can hear the debate live on W b, u. R at seven or watch it at w bur dot org. On this first day of school in Boston buses had some problems. Some parents complained about late buses and WB wars carry, Young says There were a lot of students and parents at a bus stop in Dorchester waiting a while for the bus to pull up this morning. I talked to a crossing guard first, just to see how things were going. She did say that she watched a lot of families this morning. Wait for a pretty long time. One of them was Dzhokhar's art Powell and her son. The bus that he was supposed to get on heading to Brighton today was supposed to arrive at 6 30 this morning, and by the time I caught up with her, it was already 45 minutes late. The Boston Public Schools Department says more than a half the buses this morning did get students to school on time. The district maintains, despite a shortage of bus drivers, all routes were covered. Meantime, today was also the first day of school in Cambridge Superintendent Victoria Greer says public school students appear to be complying with the city's mask requirement, Greer says. In addition to requiring face coverings, the district is running weekly pooled coronavirus tests and taking other precautions. Hand washing social distancing, which continued to have help of filters and classrooms. Windows are open doors are open, so we are taking every measure and ensuring that we have some of the safest buildings and classrooms that we can have a career says There were some bus delays this morning, but that overall the day went smoothly. Federal investigators say confusion over proper procedures at the Bedford Veterans Affairs Hospital allowed a dead veteran to go unnoticed in a stairwell for more than a month before he was reported missing. 62 year old Tim White was found in May. 2020 20 yards from his room report issued by the Via inspector general found police. The facility failed to search the stairwell because they thought it was controlled by an organization that operated.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And congressional investigators are collecting a trove of documents on the January 6th capital insurrection. At the end of the day, we are determined to draft a comprehensive report over everything that led up to January 6th and what happened that day in the aftermath, now news Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden has announced a major six point plan aimed at halting the coronavirus among the provisions of the president's plan requiring all federal government workers to be vaccinated within 75 days. By without mentioning them by name, also said some elected officials continue to oppose vaccination. And he said the current pandemic is largely being driven by the 80 million Americans who have yet to get a covid 19 shot. These pandemic politics sorry further are are making people sick. Causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions. To stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. The president said. Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to have a vaccine requirements in place. Companies with more than 100 workers will be told by the Labor Department to require their employees to be vaccinated or tested. Weekly President also laid out new steps to protect students and teachers. Top U. S. Capitol. Security officials are preparing for a far right demonstration this month in support of those criminally charged in the deadly January six attack more from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez. The demonstration planned for Saturday, the 18th at the Capitol triggered closed door briefings involving law enforcement officials and members of Congress. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Capitol police are planning to reinstall fencing ahead of the rally. The fencing was previously installed for about six months after the January six attack and removed in July. Capitol Police chief Tom Manger has said he is confident his officers will have everything they need to keep everyone safe, while D C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert Conti said they'll increased law enforcement presence throughout the region. Quarter. Carrizalez. NPR NEWS Washington Pepe says it will resume trying to block an open pit gold mine upstream from the salmon rich waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay For years. Fishermen indigenous people of the area of said the proposed pebble mine would threaten their way of life. Alaska Public media's list, Ruskin has more Bristol Bay is home to North America's most productive salmon fishery. At its Headwaters is a massive gold and copper deposit. Bristol Bay Native Corporation Vice President Daniel Shay yet is among those celebrating that the EPA is again trying to protect the area. Personal Bay is economically and culturally built on the region's fisheries and pebble threatens that economy and culture. And it is simply the wrong mine in the wrong place. Under the Obama administration, the EPA proposed an administrative veto of the mind using the Clean Water Act. Today's decision restarts that process, reversing a decision by the Trump Administration for NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage stocks you up early games closing lower today, the Dow dropped 151 points. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. This is NPR. The British minister responsible for immigration enforcement is prepared to personally authorized vessels carrying migrants are forced back to the French coast. Willem Marx has more from London. The statement from the UK Border agency said the tactic could be used in limited circumstances and only with the personal approval of interior minister Pretty Patel. But French authorities have said such actions would break maritime law and they have accused the UK of posturing and blackmail despite an ongoing cooperation deal between the two nations to tackle human trafficking. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office says the plan would be quote safe and legal. But a spokesperson for the Border agents union called the idea unlikely. In the past week more than 1500 people have made.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Army captain. Daniel shays marched on the federal armory in springfield massachusetts. This rebellion grew from a series of long simmering issues in the new american confederation. The collapse of lines of credit for coastal merchants after the end of the war of independence had been passed on to rural farmers. And if these farmers were veterans who had went unpaid during the war and now found difficult to collect wages from a week federal government that had no real power to raise revenue nor ability to raise troops to defend its armory though shays rebellion was dismissed by a whiff of grape shot by general benjamin lincoln daniel shays in his band of backwoods dirtbags and made it undeniable for the merchant landowner dominated. State governments that something needed to be done about these week. T. articles of confederation. They simply were not doing the job that they needed to do. The original articles of confederation were an attempt to create a government modeled on the principles that motivated the american revolution namely the principle. That being told what to do socks and the you are not my dad. The war had been a revolt of portions of the ruling elite of the thirteen different colonies against the mercantile demands of the london government which was restraining them from expanding westward and restricting their ability to trade as they saw fit and because they were a strike the continent of such bountiful resources and the prospect of power and riches were so tangible. Nobody really wanted to hear that. Shit for british government that they had essentially outgrown. At least they thought they had and once they had defeated the british. Cast off the royal. Yoke they tried to create a government that would maximize the liberty of those constituent ruling classes in those constituent states and the states at that point were still fully separated and largely not integrated their economies with one another so they had no motivation to suborn any of their authority to a federal authority so they created a system that attempted to operate on the principle of maximally week. Federal government maximally strong state government. But what's this. oh no. We're trying to build improvements to the infrastructure. We're trying to pay for federal payroll officers. We're trying to raise revenue. Most importantly we're trying to do something with all this native health land to the west that could be taken and distributed developed but none of that is possible with thirteen separate states operating a separate entities. They were essentially trying to create thirteen little merchant republics. Yes exactly but none of them were strong enough to override any of the others which meant that they were all barred from the ability to scale beyond their local power centers and in fact they had to compete with each other over things like clearing land and making improvements and collecting tolls and tariffs so there was a recognition among all the most successful political and economic leaders of the states specifically the ones who had declared independence and lead the continental congress during the revolution that some submission to and some alienation of power to a federal authority was going to be necessary in order to actually profitably exploit the bounty that they were sitting on now. This was not universal. There were those people even of influence in the in the colonies who did not want to see a new system that allowed for a greater degree of concentrated federal power to exist but they were not able to marshal the force to resist those who were slightly more successful slightly more influential as a result of that in dictating the terms of what that new order would be. What's funny to me about this era's at the articles of confederation. Basically is the gadsden flag. Don't tread on me. Era and the kind of libertarian ideal of minimal control or authority over people and regional authority. So it's it's when people bring that up as like the ideal of what. America should actually be because we had a period where we ran that program and it failed miserably with a whole arc of american political. History is people in every generation having to freshly come to terms with the irresolvable conflict between america's founding conception of liberty. Which is i would. Argue uniquely american and the pragmatic necessities of government. The pragmatically says that allow for ruling classes to continue to rule and for economies of scale to continue to operate. Well speaking of generations. Let's talk about the first generation navigating those conflicts are.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on WTVN

"For the defense, the only live legal show of its kind in Columbus. The coffee will offer one of Ohio's leading criminal defense firms, your host of for the defense, Columbus attorney Brad Couple. All We got a lot going on today. There's a lot going on in America last week this week. Great time to be an American. Welcome back, General. Good morning. Good morning to you, sir. It's 11. It's 6 A.m. January 17 2021 with a special guest today. A gentleman's gonna come on and talk to us about very important topics of religion and the role in politics and in the founding fathers who developed the time of the founding fathers because we have something going on, potentially at noon today, an uprising a rebellion. Of sorts. Depends on who you listen to. We've got some folks who want to get down there, protest and exercise their first Amendment right and potentially their second Amendment, right And then if them any of them are listening. Uh, first, thanks for listening. Secondly, I want to bring up a gentleman by the name of Daniel Shea. We'll get to Daniel Shay here in about 15 20 seconds. Browns at three. Impeachment proceedings undoubtedly are going to be starting very soon. Once once. McConnell turns us all over to his new best buddy, his new BFF, Chuckie Schumer. On general had an interesting take on the impeachment do tell. Well, you can impeach the president while he's in office. But once he is out of office, you can't impeach him anymore. You can't remove him. Because two separate things he's been impeached. Right removal is part of the trial process that happens at the trial process in the Senate. The Senate only has jurisdiction to try one person and one person only, and that is the President of the United States, not a president, but the president, and they cannot try a president who is no longer the president. Maybe they just put in Joe Biden's name. No hoops there, swearing it happening on the 20th. So I assume that Schumer McConnell will be getting these Senate thing up and running pretty quickly. I think it's going pretty quickly. Maybe McConnell, the former majority leader. That's right and won't want one. What to do with those 10 that voted for impeachment? I thought for sure we're gonna talk about that. But you know, I do want to talk about we spent a lot of time on history on the show. Um And whether you're driving through this crappy weather in Columbus, Ohio, or perhaps you're sipping on a bloody Mary somewhere in Chicago, or you're down in Aruba right down. Where my guest is. I want you to listen to a little bit of history because it informs us after the Revolutionary War. Our soldiers returned home. Most then went to the West western part of Massachusetts of back up into the hills and mountains back to being farmers, so they were just substance since farmers they were not farming and sending the market. Basically bartered with one another for goods and services. Sometimes they needed to have some capital and they had to do some business and over on the coast in the coastal elites. He had a market economy and over here on the coast. Globalist if you will of the day we're dealing with with with with with England, the East India Trading the western, You're trading company. It was the merchant classy and right after the Revolutionary War and before even the declaration of independence started their constitution. Was written. You had a vision. You had the agrarian class. The product, the merchant class. Uh, guess who had influence over government? Well, that'll be the merchant class merchant class money talks and power again. It Z power. It's narcissism. And it's money. So after the war, credit dried up. Taxes were on the rise. The farmers weren't they never got paid for anything. And next thing you know the these royal these governors. We're loving their power flexing their muscle feeling their oats. Yes. And the farm in class was getting squeezed out quickly, not only from their farms But from also having a voice in this state and federal government. They felt betrayed the we created this country. And they despised the coastal elites start to sound familiar. So few of them 2000 of them organized I don't know how they did this without text. Twitter Facebook parlor. I don't how they did this. But the FBI went around. This is CNN went around, they said to Raven or an owl. Somehow they were able to do this. And they were led, least in the historical books by a guy named Daniel Shea. Daniel was a farming and came back. He fought and to look him up several of the battle's bigger war Bunker Hill. Hey, was that there was a He was a vet. And here's a quote ascribed to Daniel Shea quote. The great men are going to get all we have, and I think it is time for us to rise and put a stop to it. And they marched on Federal armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. Now there wasn't a Congress to march on, and there wasn't a capital. Capital didn't come under construction till 17 93 wouldn't finished 1800. This is in 17 87. So they probably would have marched on the capital and part of doing the same thing that Buffalo horn man would have done. I would've been Daniel Shea, but they needed guns. They needed guns. They didn't want to go to like the place with like a few rocks and a baseball bat like like buffalo Horn man, right? And those horns were sharp. He could've gorge somebody. How many people gonna dress up like that guy at Halloween? Oh, my God. So they do They wanted to, literally. This wasn't insurrection run on for and horns. This was an insurrection. They knew they needed arms, so they go to the Armory. They have Massachusetts Armory. Yes. Where? The bracelet for election to Concord. You want guns? You don't go to the Western insurrection. You're gonna go do it. Do it The right way. That's okay. These people went down on our capital They protect. They walked in there was thinking, let in. They desecrated the chambers. I'm they desecrate changes that should be prosecuted for that, but in any of it So the problem was our little little tiny federal government didn't have any money, and it couldn't finance these troops to put down the rebellion. Yeah, they literally couldn't. They tried to raise some militias to come out? And they said, Well, what do you paying, and they said Nothing will call us when you get something which George Washington, so they had to call out The state militia, the Massachusetts State militia to do yourself a favor. Drive down. Take your kids down the state house today. And drive around and see how many thousands. Ohio statement, uh, National guard in there. They're armed up. How many did you tell me? General? Well in D C. They're saying that they're gonna buy the Wednesday inauguration. There's gonna be 25,000 National Guardsmen. Uh, in the sea itself. When I see National Guard, there is a distinction. I used to be in the Air National Guard and there's a distinction being guard and reserve guard. This state and reserve is federal. So that maybe reservist I'm not sure. What? What? What shaded Daniel Shea did. There was some really smart men. Our founding fathers that we're paying attention now realize it at the same time, our founding fathers 17 87 Jefferson's over in Paris, France. Whatever he was doing over there, and he gets a letter from John Adams. That's right. That says this is terrible. What's gonna happen? They're they're They're rebelling against this. And what does he say? I love this. The great ornery one. My favorite guy, The great ornery when Thomas Jefferson Probably drink scotch. When he put this one out, the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is. It's natural manure. Yes. So that's Thomas Jefferson and that's the guy that wrote the Declaration of Independence. He did not sign the Constitution. Basically, who's gone? Yeah, basically telling Adams, his good friend at the time. Calm down. Fortunately, we had the great prudent one George Washington. And he knew.

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"daniel shays" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Future. Ladies and gentlemen, This is a little segment We call for gotten History America as a nation was founded through rebellion. Well, America is an idea is perhaps the most revolutionary in human history, giving its power to the people, not its government. As a result throughout American history. When the people feel as though their government is infringing on their liberty, they have rebelled. Often this results in senseless bloodshed, but sometimes it leads to real lasting change. This is the forgotten history. A little rebellion. Now in that Daniel Shays wasn't happy after helping the colonies win their independence as a captain in the continental Army 10 years earlier, he returned to his farm and had hoped to live out his days peacefully with his family. But Shays wasn't happy. How could he be? The government of the new state of Massachusetts was behaving exactly as the hated British had their taxes were oppressive, and when struggling farmers couldn't pay, they were thrown into debtor's prison. Shays and his fellow farmers. All veterans of the Revolution couldn't believe the hypocrisy when they're pleased to the government went unanswered, and they feared unheard. They did what they had done a decade earlier. They rebelled A Z. One of them put it I have been greatly abused, have been obliged to do more than my part in the war been loaded with class rates, howl rates, province rates, continental rates and all rates. And pulled and hauled by sheriff's constables and collectors and had my cattle sold for less than they were worth. The great man are going to get all we have, and I think it is time for us to rise and put a stop to it. So they did Shay's lead more than 1000 fellow farmers to occupy courthouses and open up debtor's prisons across Massachusetts. Eventually, they made it to the Supreme Judicial Court of the state and occupied it as well. A new federal government, which was largely disorganized and had spent most of its resource is fighting the revolution was powerless to stop. Shays and his men terrified. The governor of Massachusetts hired former Continental Army General Benjamin Lincoln and raised a militia of roughly 3000 to put down the rebellion and recapture the courthouses. Shay's knew that his men needed more firepower to combat the army that they now face. So we ordered his supporters to raid the federal arsenal in Springfield. Since his rebellion had inspired so many to join everywhere he had marched chaise assume that the people of Springfield would hail them as heroes and help them break into the armory's instead hastily mustard militia confronted him with cannon fire. Look for the Shays sites and injuring 20 others. Chase forces retreated before a single musket could be fired and Lincoln's men caught up with them in nearby Pelham and force their surrender. Many of the leaders, including shaves himself had escaped. But the hundreds who were captured remained defiant, telling Lincoln they were not criminals, but freedom fighters like they all had been during the revolution. I earnestly stepped forth in defense of this country. One rebel wrote in an open letter after his capture, and I cheerfully fought to gain this prize and liberty is still the object I have in view. Recognizing that this was largely true that most of these farmers have legitimate claims against the government that was perhaps becoming tyrannical. The Massachusetts governor gave clemency to more than 4000 rebels who signed confessions. 18 of the ringleaders were sentenced to death by hanging. But 16 were pardoned or had their sentences commuted on Lee to were hanged, but only because they had looted various places that the Shays sites had occupied. Jay's himself fled into the woods of Vermont but returned to Massachusetts in 17 88. When he was pardoned. He eventually lived the rest of his life in New York. He and his men committed treason against the government. So why were they all let off the hook because the government was filled with men who had committed treason against Great Britain just 10 years earlier. I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical, the author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote in a letter to James Madison, the author of the Constitution. It is, um Medicine necessary for the sound health of government. Still Jefferson, Madison and the other men who would draft the Constitution knew that the federal government needed to have a swifter, more coordinated response to domestic incidents like Shay's Rebellion. As such, they decided that the federal government's executive branch should have its power vested in one person in a very real way. Daniel Shays was responsible. We're creating the presidency. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..

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"daniel shays" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"daniel shays" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 kfbk. Currently 37 degrees in Sacramento was stories trending on the KFBK Morning news This morning, Wilton residents have successfully blocked a convicted sexual predator from moving into their neighborhood for now. Judge has temporarily blocked Daniel Shays ears moved to Wilton CBS. 13 is reporting the cheese years. Last known address is in Del Paso Heights. But officials notified residents last month that he has applied to rent a home in Wilton. Gavin Newsom's proposed new budget includes $4 billion for California's economy and green initiatives. Every case, Nico McGahee's report small businesses would get 575 Million and the money would pay for grants of up to 25,025 million would be allocated to small museums and art galleries that have been forced to close amid the pandemic. The governor and the state Legislature have already given 500 million to the program. So Tuesday's proposal would make more than one billion available. Roughly 1.5 billion would help people buy electric cars and build the charging stations necessary for drivers to use them knew. Some also wants to give 430 million worth of tax credits to businesses that stay in California and create full time jobs. Nikola Call his news 93.1. KFBK new developments in the billion dollar fraud case at the California Employment Development Department reports this morning show millions of dollars in covert 19 unemployment checks paid for with taxpayer money has been sent to inmates in out of state jails and prisons. The report shows the department approved more than 6000 claims totaling more than $42 million for prisoners in jails outside of California. The DDT fraud case has been called the biggest fraud case in the history of California. A $200,000 campaign to clean up the floor of Lake Tahoe is underway. Here's kfbk is Marshall Benson. The Tahoe fund received donations from over 135 people and businesses, including Tahoe, Blue vodka and Vail Resorts. Allowing the nonprofit clean up the lake to continue removing waste from the 72 miles under the lake's surface. Last summer, the group were covered over £2200 of trash from just six miles of Lake Tahoe. A team of divers will begin this year's cleanup effort in May. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK at 8 34 on Wednesday morning. Here are your top national stories happening now in Washington, DC tens of thousands of Trump supporters gathering turning out for a rally. The president is expected to address the crowd. The president is calling on his vice president and members of.

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Charter bus shooting leaves 3 dead in Rockford, Illinois; suspect at large

The Danielle Lin Show

02:19 min | 5 years ago

Charter bus shooting leaves 3 dead in Rockford, Illinois; suspect at large

"The fifteen people killed when a truck collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey team western canada trump's is intrigued spoken with canadian prime minister justin trudeau to pay my highest respect and condolences the relatives of the humboldt broncos hockey team curtis a block is with the royal canadian mounted police hockey community has strong roots in our province and the sudden loss of so many lives will be felt not only insists catch one but across this country the driver of the truck involved in the crash wasn't hurt an investigation is underway in munster germany where a driver rammed his van into a crowd of people outside a bar two were killed twenty others hurt than the driver killed himself bbc correspondent jenny hill in the historic heart of one of germany's biggest towns the squad was crowded people enjoying the spring sunshine when a van plowed through what should be a pedestrian is saying for those in its path the chance to escape this pavement cafe with full of people eating drinking relaxing the german security officials says this does not appear to be linked to islam extremism free people have been shot to death on a private adult themed charter bus in the shooter still on the loose rockford illinois police chief daniel shays says the driver of the distinguished gentleman boss called police individual there this killed at least killed three people and we need to make sure that we try and there's no word yet on a possible motive cbs news correspondent cami mccormick says there's been a deadly helicopter crash in kentucky latest crash killed two soldiers there apache helicopter went down during a training mission at fort campbell last night this is the latest in a spate of accidents involving us military aircraft which is raised questions about readiness marines were killed tuesday in the crash of their chopper during a practice landing in l central california parts of yosemite national park have been closed visitors because if very heavy rain this woman says it's okay she's just working around it line plan to come out for the day and it's beautiful it's actually fun to see the park and clouds and fearful in a different way northern california's been drenched by socalled pineapple express storm that's flooded some roads have prompted flight.

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