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The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

20/20

06:18 min | 6 months ago

The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So that's what I would totally because I'm already watching them anyway you might as well pay anything how bout you mobster flicks okay I think most about to sit there and watch him all day twenty four hours you want to pay me and then consider what I'm about it okay we're all wrapped up my man Dan Carroll he's gonna be coming in next we will be back at the same time next week until then this is Rachel Elliott this is seven hundred WLW and we have the news right now traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati severe weather in the tri state right now with the six o'clock report hi Matt Rees breaking now severe thunderstorm warning continues until six thirty four central Campbell county in northern Kentucky and southeastern Hamilton County in southwestern Ohio west central Clermont county in southwestern Ohio also under the severe thunderstorm warning we've got a lot of rough weather moving through the tri state right now and most of it according to the radar has moved to the east of the city you're getting some rain in Mount Washington in extending up through new town in terrace park still some showers just to the east of downtown extending into northern Kentucky Bellevue into Newport and just north of fort Thomas but there's another cell of rain it to extends from Mount Carmel in eastern Indiana all the way across into Millville Hamilton noose new Miami seven mile and Middletown so that's where your heaviest rain is and we're probably going to see a little bit more that rain is looking back into southern Indiana there's plenty of rain and see more Westport and Columbus and then as you head down into Kentucky and got rain it's in the lagrange area eminence and other areas Winton is seeing some rain as well but we have this severe thunderstorm warning that continues until six thirty right here on news radio seven hundred WLW some states like New York in New Jersey reported decrease in code nineteen cases and deaths Minnesota's hospitals are gearing up for what they believe will be a surge governor Tim Walz Minnesotans would be climbing the peak in summer and that we are still on the way up we're not at that peak yeah Minnesota with over nineteen thousand cases and more than eight hundred fifty deaths ABC's Deborah Roberts investigating American workers on the front lines in Chicago Amazon worker Mister fino Ramirez lives with her parents and siblings her father works in a meat packing plant and is believed he expose a family to cope at nineteen for her mom Maria a Chola first came the back pain then the body aches and fever Estefania rushed her mom to the hospital figured I'm always going to stay in the hospital and.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That has a troubled history to one of the epicenters that has traveled here in the United States and that may have started the committee transmission scientists now suspect that this coronavirus started to spread in the United States over a month ago when their missteps in the beginning and trying to diagnose this illness do you think I think that it's no secret that we were sort of caught flat footed here we should have had testing capabilities and infrastructure in place sooner some experts have said we've probably lost about three weeks in terms of our overall preparedness and surveillance that led to questions about who is infected if everybody panics and everybody starts pointing fingers at a Tallien we will go to the Italian restaurant we will go to the Chinese restaurant like that is the kind of destruction suffering that could impact many more people that's already happening walks are cold tables empty Chinatown deserted this restaurant owner in New York city's Chinatown says business is down about fifty percent is empty people at bevy consent we understand they have been a but actually it hunting that's too and yesterday it escalated to this disturbing Facebook video of an Asian man being sprayed with air freshener on a New York City Subway police investigating it as a hate crime it's normal for some people to be scared it's critically important to be able to respond to a public health crisis based on fact and not fear and evidence and not emotion so various states are you know either cancelling mass gatherings or doing different things to help reduce the transmission and their particular community just hours ago the famous south by southwest festival worth more than three hundred million dollars to Austin Texas canceled this is a very sad day for me today because we just had to cancel the Arnold classic sports and fitness festival Arnold Schwarzenegger postponing his hugely popular annual fitness festival we want to keep people safe and we want to keep people healthy your best advice to people who are just right now fearful I would say let's ramp down the overall panic that we're all going to die and that this is going to be the next plague and really focus our attention on our concerns for the very vulnerable among us we're all in this together these outbreaks kind of show us our common humanity and we really do need to fight them as a species Deborah Roberts reporting.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The face of all of this here is Deborah Roberts talking to the author Peggy or in the steam and her new book boys and sex author Peggy Orenstein has spent years talking with young people about their intimate lives in her new book boys and sex she's now sounding an alarm about young men it was like they were channeling nineteen fifty five you know it was still about sexual conquest it was about dominance is about a question athleticism and particularly about emotional suppression can I translate this for you this woman is saying despite everything we've done we have been able to change him they still don't tell us what they're feeling and they still think their world jocks and they still run around and try to sexually conquest every woman they run into we have failed it's all about dominance it's all about aggression it's a dismal failure here talk to these young boys today in your mail will be talking to kids in nineteen fifty five now why do you think they failed and by the way you work around here in nineteen seventy I was I mean I the show was around but the moment this movement began I told everybody it was gonna fail because there was no way to change basic human nature if you believe in creation you believe in god and even if you believe in the concept of life perpetuating itself wife has one objective to not die that's what life is and every organism on earth is created where the urge to procreate and there are aggressors and there are not aggressors and despite all of their efforts to make boys and girls are identical or even change roles they have failed dismally because it's never been possible because these people are not god remember the time magazine cover story in the nineteen nineties cover story a cover story it mean for this to be on the cover of time magazine folks if this had to be big shocking news to the editors and the time it magazine cover story to which I refer I'm paraphrasing all have a right in front of me shocking new was shocking survey results men and women are born different that constitute an earth shattering news should be a white male lesbian and feminist editors at time magazine.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This in the face of all of this here is Deborah Roberts talking to the author Peggy Orenstein on her new book boys and sex author Peggy Orenstein has spent years talking with young people about their intimate lives in her new book boys and sex she's now sounding an alarm about young men it was like they were channel in nineteen fifty five you know it was still about a sexual conquest it was about dominance is about a question athleticism and particularly about emotional suppression can I translate this for you this woman is saying despite everything we've done we have been able to train him they still don't tell us what they're feeling and I still think the world jocks and they still run around and try to sexually conquest every woman they run and do we have failed it's all about dominance it's all about aggression it's a dismal failure here talk to these young boys today in your mail will be talking to kids in nineteen fifty five now why do you think they failed by the way you work around here in nineteen seventy I was I mean I the show was around but not moment this movement began I told everybody it was gonna fail because there was no way to change basic human nature if you believe in creation you believe in god and even if you believe in the concept of life perpetuating itself wife has one objective to not die that's what life is and every organism on earth is created when the urge to procreate and there are aggressors and there are non aggressors and despite all of their efforts to make boys and girls are identical or even change roles they have failed dismally because it's never been possible because these people are not god remember the time magazine cover story in the nineteen nineties cover story our cover story it mean for this to be on the cover of time magazine folks it meant this had to be big shocking news to the editors and the time magazine cover story to which I refer I'm paraphrasing don't have a right in front of me shocking new was shocking survey results men and women are born different that constituted earth shattering news to the enlightened may old lesbian and feminist editors at time magazine.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"She looks back she thinks maybe he was worried he was about to be caught deborah not only did he had this from his family but the police is well for thirty years which is just mind blowing to me is finally arrested two thousand five how did they finally catch him well what was so interesting about it is he played this game of cat and mouse not only with the police but with television stations he would write letters he would taunt them while he really over years maybe he stopped for a little while then he'd do it again while his hubris sort of caught up with him he wanted to be known for this killing and so all these killings so he sent a floppy disk to one of the t._v. stations just to sort of like show them a little test what he didn't know is that it was in crypt it at the church it had the it has some information from the church where he worked and they were able to actually trace it to the church and get some d._n._a. evidence eventually pin it on this man that nobody would have ever expected he plead guilty right away what did he say now i didn't do it he was he pled guilty right away and confessed in a very dramatic fashion in courtroom and on twenty twenty you'll see just jaw dropping testimony or just comments from him in court almost blase bragging on the viks he was like like putting down a dog he felt sorry for them or even offered a pillow to one of his victims before because he knew that he had back problems very very sick but for carry this is very difficult because that's not the man she knew she loaned her father well we'll he is serving i think ten consecutive life sentences eldorado directional facility in kansas but does she have any contact with him has she visited him she has not visited him she has not brought herself to do that but she has written him letters over the years and she has been in contact she says that she would probably lose her mind if she just accepted that our father was a serial killer she has to hold onto some of those memories of her happy child compartments and she has to she has two kids and she's had to grapple with two young kids too young it's with knowing that her own dad killed two kids and that we're in a world of social media where one day they're going to be able to find out all of this which is why she says she wrote this book does she should love she still loves her father she says that it is very difficult but she loves the man who raised her not the man that she learned about later on she loves the man who raised her and she hopes that he can be forgiven does she worry about tendency yeah that's a very good question and i asked her about that she does not worry about that and i think she can't let her mind go there she says i've never even had a traffic ticket i'm not the kind of person who ever ever has had any kind of problem so she doesn't think that that's something for her to worry about or for her children she thinks it's just one of those rare bizarre situations unfortunately that befell her family a fascinating woman in a very brave woman i have to tell a woman therapy yes yes a lot of their but also in a in a place of sort of forgiveness and trying to move on with her life in this for her a chance to finally let it all go wow well arrive at twenty twenty two hour special my father b._t. k. airs tomorrow night.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"Handle finding out that the serial killer terrifying america for decades was your father a._b._c. news correspondent deborah roberts has a first look at our interview with the daughter of the btk killer next one of you you know the hot topics are a control because it's the weekend starts early with miller ned ring the laugh he i have tomorrow when the one a._b._c. he calls himself to b._t. k. strangler was onstream my father's good guy boy scout leader president at the church and then there's a knock on my door and he says your dad has been arrested as k i was like i think i'm gonna pass out he would break into someone's home hide in a closet wait hours and then attack to this day i still check inside the closets was i gonna be expensive just unbelievable dennis rader is one of america's most infamous serial killers bouli marr- america ten people while twenty the police with letter signed beat u._k. short for a blind tortured kelt tomorrow night on twenty twenty deb robert sits down with the woman who only knew him as dad until the day the f._b._i. knocked on her door please welcome deb roberts sat down with his daughter carey and she talks about him is just her dad that's how she grew up with him as her dad you heard her say he was a church president he was a boy scout leader he walked her down the aisle at her wedding took her off to college he was just an ordinary man in fort inari middle midwest community and she finds this out at age twenty six one year after she got married a world was to son blown apart now what is it about this time because we were talking yesterday about ted bundy the so we're talking about ted bundy yesterday he was doing around the same time seventies and eighties there were many serial killers floating was a something to air wasn't it as alertness there was in this case dennis rader wants sort of -ffected by all of this stuff he was fascinated in a very sick way he admired ted bundy he admired you know a lot of these other killers boston strangler oh he was just a very sick man masquerading as the guy next door the last person police would ever think to look for he was also doing this in wichita was it which how many years for three decades early years before she was born yeah and people are wondering i'm wondering how how do you get away with that no one knows that you're saying there are no red flags not like when when you think about it i mean obviously today we have so much knowledge and there's like rinse ix evidence and all of this but at that time you know i mean they had very rudimentary kinds of things that they were dealing with and also to he was just the guy at the grocery store in the movies at the church wolf in sheep's clothing yeah and then you ask the daughter about that exact question we have a clip of that let's watch that do you think your mom had any clue that your dad was doing anything criminal mom and i said if we had had an inkling that my father had harmed anyone let alone murdered anyone let alone ten we would have gone screaming out that door to the police station we were living our normal life we looked like a normal american family because we were normal family and then everything up ended on us if his family had no idea what he was up to or even any evidence of this over thirty years it really makes you question how well do you know anyone wow so even now looking back she's you know sometimes hindsight is twenty twenty nine is there anything now that you can come up with because she was child and in her book a serial killers daughter which is so fascinating and i know you're actually listening to it she was child i mean what children go snooping around your parents rooms or maybe suspecting your father there was no reason for her to think anything other than you know we had a trigger temper every now and again but wasn't parent maybe doesn't android shell one of one time he snapped he was upset about something in the house and that's one thing she looks back on now though when she looks back she says there was a certain amount of paranoia that he displayed sometimes now when.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"You fall in the pool but on their people at the table who don't swim sunny takes lessons i've been taking swim lessons on day three years i know i can float and i can swim forward and backwards guy i knew how to swim i swim at the y. so i signed up for the intermediate class i went and they back to the can i join you one i haven't common we're both terrible swimmers and i have one of the table it has the most like sad stories of coupling but my mom put me in a swim because someone backed out and i was such a bad swimmer she didn't goggles you know it's a very serious with lane and you gotta stay in your lane and i was trying so remember going to water i was getting the finish and apparently i was going like this everyone like everyone finish and when i got to the end like my head came out of the water i thought i had finished i was on their feet clapping and they were just they felt so sorry for me that it taken since that moment like i really hard time getting it was such a horrifying embarrassing spirits for me the boys as that crushes on fun of me i if there's some scenario where the views on a boat that sinks everybody's but only the tread water when my mom would let me share win because she set the publish we're going to be the ones i'm going going to to be be on on my my swim swim i don't go near what i take a bath frankly a pool i don't go why didn't you learn how to swim as a kid because somebody drowned link lincroft and my mother said decks it you're not taking swimming exactly off you can't be a nurse too many great through the deep end it was like figure it out my my mother claimed that the public pools had germs and perverts herbert's that's what she said so i think the public pool to swim thanks mom i don't know that's what she said and i believe i can scoop it north and rubbing.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"When i came out i was in two thousand fifteen we were in the middle of a reelection campaign is one of just i was ready you know you're ready when you're ready and wanted to have a personal life and it was not obvious that that was going to be a safe thing to do it was an indiana mike pence was the governor at the time and i wound up getting reelected with eighty percent of the vote so i think people will evaluate you for the god dog on board is your dog on board yeah yeah truman's onboard we're still working on buddy there okay so when i we i'm really happy you're here because i think you're really interesting voice and the democratic party but three of up and coming freshman congress members of the house who were just elected congressman omar alexandra cortez and congresswoman to leave have been outspoken critics of israel's treatment of palestinians and congresswoman omar recently just said that she compared israel to iran and the relationship between the united states and israel i believe the battleground issue for democrats going forward in this next election i actually don't think it's going to be the middle east think it's going to be israel where do you stand on the issue of israel disagree with the comments comparing israel to iran people like me get strung up iran so the idea that what's going on quivalent is just wrong now what i will say it's a complicated picture i was in israel in may of this year and not only is there a real problem with their long-term how they're going to balance being a democracy with being jewish state but they've also got a figure out and we've got to figure out with them as an ally what the regional security pictures gonna look like in the future the we we were just a couple miles from gaza and the general who was briefing our delegation said what they're worried about most is iran beyond even what's going on with the palestinians it has always been one of the most fiendishly complicated issues and simple answers a will not serve us well at a time like this i went to law school at notre dame i'm domer- i lived in south bend for three years before you were mayor and i spent a lot of time there since then and it's not quite a small town but it's not a big city either because i think the population is about one hundred seven thousand at last count how does being the mayor of south bend translate to becoming president of the united states to to think about let me put the question different way are we sure that being a member of the united states congress right now is a better preparation than leading city of any size especially community like ours going through a really challenging transformation when you were mayor you get the call it could be anything from a problem at the zoo to an airplane crashing into a neighborhood to an officer involved shooting with racial tension all around it to who's going to be there for lighting up the christmas tree to just plowing international question yeah no but i was i felt pretty involved international questions when i was deployed afghanistan i experienced foreign policy on you know question because one of the problems i have with young folks coming in as they always seem to forget that the group that came before you fought to make sure that all of the environmental issues were being dealt with we fought to make sure that black lung was no longer guarantee if you worked in the minds we we thought to make sure that the country we will leaving a better country and i really want as a as being older than you i want you to keep in mind that when you talk about all the things you want to see in how we're looking to the future because we're thinking i'm thinking about my granddaughter who's four now okay i'm thinking about what we've done for women all of the ceilings that we broke all the marches that we did all the conversations that we have please don't forget that before you there was us absolutely employ anybody my age who wants to make change knows that we are standing on the shoulders of giants and i hope so don't always feel like i don't always feel like that's the case and it goes to some some of the freshmen folks that are coming in and things that they've said about the.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"Back to judge has served in the military is currently serving as the mayor of south bend indiana and wants to serve as your next president he's also the first openly gay presidential candidate i guess in the u._s. pretty much so please he he's the first gay candidate that we know of true we know that's what he's too right now okay so washington post call g the most interesting mayor you've never heard of for all of those who don't know you just yet tell us a little bit quickly about you yes was born and raised in south bend a lot of people know about notre dame but there's a lot more to south bend in that we really an auto town we're we're characteristic of the industrial midwest is a great community grew up there left for while had a career in business the military's you said live with my husband and two dogs pretty close to my parents and have really been proud over the last seven years and change to serve our city it's it's a city going through a real turnaround in the beginning of the decade they said we were dying city and now we're growing again more people are moving into the core of the city's got this energy this life to it and my hope is people can realize that that there's a lot of other midwestern communities like that we're not all looking backwards it's not all about nostalgia for us we believe in our future but that means letting go of some of the things in the past that are not gonna come back and you're only seven years old we've had a lot of people sitting right in your seat just recently this week who think it's their time their moment to go up against president trump and prevail here to got through twenty sixteen against how many republicans and one of the biggest names we know in politics clinton what makes you the guy to beat him and what would your strategy be i think people are looking for something entirely new and you know this question of how that wasn't he yes and i think that's part of how he succeeded you know i it got to the point where our party my part of the democratic party looked like we were the ones saying the system was fine and so a lot of people went to vote for him basically voting to burn the house down just because they were so upset about how the system had let them down and that's a specially in communities like mine in the industrial midwest look i think we need bold ideas we need a different perspective and i think it's not a bad thing to come from a different generation you know my generation is the one our generation is the one that provided most of the troops after nine eleven we're the generation that grew up with school shootings is the norm we're the generation that's going to pay the bill for some of these tax policies right now and we're the ones that are going to be living through the impacts of climate change that are exceleron as we speak so if you're thinking about what the world's going to look like in twenty fifty four which is when i will be the current age of the current president you just have a different sense of urgency around some of these issues because they're not somebody else's problem their personal but do you think realistically do you think this country is ready for gay president well there's only one way to find out you know.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"Okay so there's a big election coming and the question on everyone's mind is your contender in twenty twenty a run for president are you run for president he's going to run for president with so much on the line the newsmakers come here because it's the best place in this epic year ahead anybody who's anybody who wants to make it to the next one politics to come on the show because this is the place to be heard republican wanna make news come on the show view on a._b._c. later south bend indiana mayor pete huda judge talks about his plan to become the first openly gay u._s. president and a._b._c. news correspondent deborah robert has a preview of her interview with a woman who found out her father was the b._t. taste serial killer did you know that today is jackie robinson's birthday and he would have been one hundred you got a birthday to today's my father's seventy per day birthday see him later on today happy birthday and you know happy birthday to justin timberlake who posted a video of his early celebration last night the featured his wife passed out on the way to his they have you know who knows what she's asleep she might have a job she might be one of those people who falls asleep in the car you never know what do we know anyone at the table who can relate to i don't know folks missing a celebration anybody well right i mean full disclosure today i'm like barely survived because i was up all night with i was just saying whoopi within child with hundred and five fever i know like look no matter what your job is or what your life is being not easy and so i watched that and i saw just bill and even though she's a famous actress she's real person yes and yes and also my husband has fallen asleep we'll one he didn't show up to my twenty first birthday didn't even show up because he fell asleep and then another birthday he went to happy hour before and i said all i wanna just dinner with the two showed up he's a lightweight could not get through the dinner so i've still been there and i loved the justin did that because he just got to put fun at at life is heels yeah i had a i have a best friend who's ex husband forgot her birthday every year and his year almost every year so my husband and i would just by her birthday gifts for him and then give them to him for her which i realize now we enabled him for like fifteen years and she was like you give the best gifts and i was like and they got divorced anyway well maybe that was probably just he just it was just something he wouldn't he would just never remember occasions ever well here on the next subject the secrets in grades sex is as simple as hearing your partner complement your body according to a study published in the journal of sex marriage therapy seriously that's all it is they compliment you was on you these panties are not coming off see i'm sorry yeah no if you tell me i'm great at what i do those these pages what moved hard to get them down 'cause they're attached to every this is what they are saying that if someone if your partner gives you a compliment i guess it makes it hotter makes the sex hotter which seems like a lot of pressure every time to say hey you know very time we run out of stuff to say you so so you know that means that you're not gonna get wait for the shows you that women are insecure about you know this is why we walk out of the room backwards when my naked you know i used to keep used to keep the covers how you doing you was you don't turn your back when you're naked on a man let him see you all right in is too hard to control away if you're going back just picking them up and hitting him in the face it's we'll be right back he's a military veteran to mayor of south bend indiana and wants to be the first openly gay president in u._s. history democratic candidate pete food adjudge is live on the view witness clinton laze trail all the way to the white house next.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

The View

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on The View

"A hover row while you cast your ballot power grab smelling more and more like exactly what it is now i i think one election day should be off we've talked about that here it's a it's a good thing and mench i know this is gonna come as a shock but republicans vote to and they could use you know that's good for them to and it does make democracy better because he gives everybody the ability to not have to worry about how to go vote and go to work so i i don't know why this only works on one side is i mean i mean i know republicans who actually do so what does he talk some of them are veteran well they don't want the the demographics changing and there are more people of hispanic heritage and african american who are coming in and they don't like that they don't vote republican run scared from that if any day maybe we should change some of our messaging so that we can get more federal workers vote republican very tone deaf giving given the fact that federal workers haven't been paid for like you know over a month after the town but was it was terribly toned up but what was interesting to me was the voter turnout in the u._s. is among the lowest in the world because the united states is one of the few countries that holds elections on a worry day most countries hold them on a sunday in fact so why not perhaps do that that it's the only host jacob sober off a whole organization called why tuesday and it's because an eighteen forty five we traveled by horse and buggy and farmers needed a day to get the county seat data vote in a day to get back without interfering with three days so it had to do with being ali horse and buggy dated it'd be it'd be again i have to come in the car more to save him grab this is the definite when mitch mcconnell talks about having the power grab when he's the one who put merrick garland in there now out of sync and did not allow you killing dr over there joyce what i think about the clintons remember what he did i mean he didn't allow merrick garland to go through when obama was president he pushed that that's a that's a power grab not changing election day we're what's the reasoning is that there's other pork attached to this bill in one of the things attached this anti corruption bill would be that it would prevent members of congress from using taxpayer funds to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits there are other things attached to it which is why always against work attached to any bills whatsoever because people don't necessarily know what their voting for but i think if you go the average american in here and say hey look you're not gonna have to pay for a babysitter make it on a saturday or sunday make it a national holiday you know that i want people to be fine not to vote like i'm for australia's way of voting point that if you don't vote you're fine i'm forced defy fine fine also attached to the bill is that it will require presidential and vice presidential candidates produce ten years of tax returns oh i would like that well but but here's the but the truth of the matter is let's start with something everybody yeah agree on tuesday doesn't work it doesn't work people are spending we watch folks trying to get to work trying to vote kind of do all that so why not make it for everybody in democrats independents republicans everybody can vote on the same day i don't if we can start with that i bet we could get through all the chris quote this as you ever throw a party on a tuesday no no because nobody would ever come point their push for early voting now so everybody can vote early but you can't vote on a week day you can't you can't you have to stop no it's not gonna solve all the problems with it will solve one yeah and i'm all for one at a time if that's what it takes we have to do this one and i'm i'm you i'll do it that's something we can all be right back.

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Should Election Day be a national holiday?

The View

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Should Election Day be a national holiday?

"Now i i think one election day should be off we've talked about that here it's a it's a good thing and mench i know this is gonna come as a shock but republicans vote to and they could use you know that's good for them to and it does make democracy better because he gives everybody the ability to not have to worry about how to go vote and go to work so i i don't know why this only works on one side is i mean i mean i know republicans who actually do so what does he talk some of them are veteran well they don't want the the demographics changing and there are more people of hispanic heritage and african american who are coming in and they don't like that they don't vote republican run scared from that if any day maybe we should change some of our messaging so that we can get more federal workers vote republican very tone deaf giving given the fact that federal workers haven't been paid for like you know over a month after the town but was it was terribly toned up but what was interesting to me was the voter turnout in the u._s. is among the lowest in the world because the united states is one of the few countries that holds elections on a worry day most countries hold them on a sunday in fact so why not perhaps do that that it's the only host jacob sober off a whole organization called why tuesday and it's because an eighteen forty five we traveled by horse and buggy and farmers needed a day to get the county seat data vote in a day to get back without interfering with three days so it had to do with being ali horse and buggy dated it'd be it'd be again i have to come in the car more to save him grab this is the definite when mitch mcconnell talks about having the power grab when he's the one who put merrick garland in there now out of sync and did not allow you killing dr over there joyce what i think about the clintons remember what he did i mean he didn't allow merrick garland to go through when obama was president he pushed that that's a that's a power grab not changing election day we're what's the reasoning is that there's other pork attached to this bill in one of the things attached this anti corruption bill would be that it would prevent members of congress from using taxpayer funds to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits there are other things attached to it which is why always against work attached to any bills whatsoever because people don't necessarily know what their voting for but i think if you go the average american in here and say hey look you're not gonna have to pay for a babysitter make it on a saturday or sunday make it a national holiday you know that i want people to be fine not to vote like i'm for australia's way of voting point that if you don't vote you're fine i'm forced defy fine fine also attached to the bill is that it will require presidential and vice presidential candidates produce ten years of tax returns oh i would like that well but but here's the but the truth of the matter is let's start with something everybody yeah agree on tuesday doesn't work it doesn't work people are spending we watch folks trying to get to work trying to vote kind of do all that so why not make it for everybody in democrats independents republicans everybody can vote on the same day i don't if we can start with that i bet we could get through all the chris quote this as you ever throw a party on a tuesday no no because nobody would ever come point their push for early voting now so everybody can vote early but you can't vote on a week day you can't you can't you have to stop no it's not gonna solve all the problems with it will solve one yeah and i'm all for one at a time if that's what it takes we have to do this one and i'm i'm you i'll do it

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Persons of interest sought in alleged Jussie Smollett attack

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Persons of interest sought in alleged Jussie Smollett attack

"Two police in Chicago have released images of two people possibly connected to the attack on empires. Star jussie smollet the pictures come from a surveillance camera near the scene of the attack. Here's ABC's Deborah Roberts police telling ABC footage shows the pair walking along new street between one thirty one forty five AM in the general area where small let says he was assaulted adding that the video did not capture the actual attack. I just wanna play a star in the hit drama empire told police it all started early Tuesday morning around two AM soon after he landed in Chicago from New York trip. He chronicled on Instagram the thirty six year old telling authorities. He was walking home alone in the fridge nine degree weather after buying food from the subway sandwich. Shop in downtown Chicago when two masked people yelling, racial and homophobic, slurs jumped him and poured an unknown liquid substance on him, then he says one of the assailants wrapped a rope around his neck before running off. Cussing? Over the French at around two forty a m police get a nine one one call when the arrive at small let's apartment they say, he's still had a white rope wrapped around his neck detective say they again reached out to the actor. After seeing media reports claiming new details, he then told them his attackers also yelled maga- country, make America great again moments manager, Brandon more telling us he was on the phone with the actor at the time of the attack. He says he told authorities about the maga- country comment, adding I heard the scuffle, and I heard the racial slur. But police telling ABC news they cannot independently verify that smell that was on the phone with his manager because smell that with uses to turn over his phone to thirties. The actor was hospitalized and has since been released police confirmed to ABC news that he had recently been sent a threatening letter. The FBI is investigating now as this investigation goes on. Here's what we're learning. Police also tell ABC news that small let and these persons of intr-. Were recorded on two different cameras when they were on different sides of the street. The people are seeing getting up off a bench while small let is seen on another camera walking out of frame when he's back in view a little bit later. He's seen walking into an apartment building with that rope around his neck police say wearing it somewhat like almost a

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"I think she should be in jail for what she did with the remains. Okay. So the idea of locker up doesn't apply to you know, we asked about tear gas used at the border. Her father has defended it gassing families children how you responded to those images. I think like any other person with a heart. It's devastating to see the images, and and seeing children put at risk and makes me angry that we haven't been able to come together as a nation and change our laws, but like her father, she warns of criminals among the migrants has said there are criminals in that caravan. How do we know this well documented, I mean, it's well documented it's that they're criminal elements within the caravan as for her father's controversial policies. She says she speaks up privately. So you do disagree with him from time to time. Oh frequently and he knows it, and I share with him very, candidly my thoughts, but I wasn't elected as president of this country by the people of this country, and Deborah Roberts is right here with us tonight, Ivanka Trump willing. Take some tough questions, they're on emails and tear gas on the border, for example. She was willing to answer a lot of challenging questions David including those about tensions in this country. And those who say her father is adding to a hateful climate. She disagrees says she knows what's in her father's heart. And as for people who think that she should be a moderating force. She says it's not her position, but she will continue to speak her mind behind closed doors. Deborah Roberts reporting tonight. Debra thank you this evening. The NFL is facing new outrage the Washington Redskins under fire after immediately signing a player just days after he was arrested for domestic abuse in court, in fact, just days ago his other team releasing him. Well, tonight, you'll hear the call nine one one.

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Weed-killing chemical at the heart of a Monsanto lawsuit found in Cheerios

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Weed-killing chemical at the heart of a Monsanto lawsuit found in Cheerios

"There could be a pesticide in your cereal the nonprofit environmental, working group says. That general mills and the Quaker Oats company put too much glyphosate in their products glyphosate the active ingredient in roundup weed killer is. Found, in several popular breakfast foods cereals that are marketed. To children now this is the same. Chemical that was at the center of, a lawsuit this week that ended. With a California jury awarding a man two hundred eighty nine million, dollars in damages after he claimed that his, steady exposure to the chemical while he worked as a groundskeeper caused his terminal

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Illness in recent years survived by your husband designer andy spade and their thirteen year old daughter abc's deborah roberts has more the passing of a fashion icon andy speech heartbreaking revelations painting a raw honest picture of the woman he met in college and built an empire with in a statement to abc the grieving spades saying of his wife of twenty four years kate was the most beautiful woman in the world she was the kindest person i've ever known and my best friend for thirty five years but he went on to share that the woman who personified happy was privately in pain revealing the kate had been suffering from depression and anxiety for more than five years saying her sudden and apparently intentional debt was still a complete shock adding my daughter and i are devastated by her loss and can't begin to fathom life without her we are heartbroken and miss her already the fifty five year old going on to confirm what had been reported that his wife was under medical care and was even taking medication to help with her illness it clearly wasn't her he said there were personal demons she was battling spades shocking death opening a conversation about mental illness and suicide experts saying that women are particularly vulnerable the spades whose daughter is thirteen had reportedly been living apart for the last ten months but andy says they remained close coparenting their daughter and divorce was never on the table we saw each other or spoke every day we ate many meals together as a family and continue to vacation together as a family he said we loved each other very much and simply needed a break and back medical experts emphasizing that that's the critically important message that we should take away from the loss of kate spade that is the need to talk and shatter that stigma around mental illness and that we check on those who may be suffering maybe even boldly asking them about the possibility of suicide or self harm a painful conversation but they say it possibly could save lives and so important that if you know somebody who might be dealing with this kind of pain there actually is a national suicide prevention lifeline and a number here that you can call because that is the.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Low she tells us that there are now preparing to raise their seed round of funding as they're developing a new product that they believe his venture worthy and will let them scale and maximize reach our ills advice to aspiring entrepreneurs for financing is to save as much as you can before you take the leap she says that life comes at you fast and you'll appreciate that you did she says her biggest obstacle is an entrepreneur was to overcome the battle within our says that it takes a certain type of person to thrive in uncertainty and as a startup founder it's just that she told us there are so many days where you question if you're doing the right thing why are doing what you're doing if you'll ever reach your goals she says that being able to train your mind to be positive and be relentless is a saving grace and it is what winners are made of if she could go back to the start and give herself one piece of advice it would be to ask questions first and build later arielle says that many people neglect doing customer market research in the beginning of their venture and that's why the majority of businesses fail she says that learning lean methodology and how to build products and services around users needs not just what you think is cool is a gamechanger some really practical wisdom there real congratulations on what he's built with the 2020 shift were really excited to continue to watch you grow especially because you're helping people uh build out their own careers which is such a noble objective and something that we strive we're here at no limits as well so congratulations on being are no limits entrepreneur of the week i wish you and the 2020 shift continued success remember listeners if you or someone you know should be featured here on no limits send me your emails at no limits with rda podcast gmailcom we've been getting a lot of them lately i reading them every single one of them taking them seriously some of you have even set ideas for episodes ed hopefully if you've been listening along you've heard us incorporate some of that so thank you i really do love hearing from you as always you can find me on.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"See likewise thank you and now it's time for our no limits entrepreneur of the week where we feature one of our listeners who is building something of her out and are no limits entrepreneur this week is arielle lopez she is the ceo of 2020 shift which is a career platform that helps professionals gained the skills they need to get hired in the technology of media industries while also assisting companies to attract and retain diverse talent and we first met arielle at our live taping our last live taping of the no limits episode at the overarching success power lunch panel so we really were impressed by arial and were really excited to feature her this week because arielle is a north carolina native who attended east karelia university she studied public relations after graduation she went on to work in the digital media and tech space and eventually became a career coach a general assembly another great company she started working on 2020 shift after realizing the struggles for both professionals and companies to find the right matching the tech industry tree she says that throughout her career she recognize the massive skills gap that exists in the market and she wanted to do something to help with that problem while also increasing the amount of women and minorities in the tech space she began working on 2020 shift as a side project for a couple of years before finally deciding to take the leap in 2016 she says that by building strategic partnerships an awesome team and identifying the right mentors she felt it was the right time arielle says that at that point she had already secured her first few paying partners great and had found an angel investor that agreed to cover costs wonderful she says that for entrepreneurs she doesn't think there's ever truly a right time to take a leap but it's about making a decision to be mentally strong put faith over fear and be determined to succeed regardless of the risks you have to take our ills been able to finance her company through a mix of everything personal savings friends family crowdfunding and corporate deal.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Saleh roker girl while you're at nbc news radi see news more no limits after this quick word from our sponsor are you hiring joined the over three million businesses that use indeedcom for hiring you can post a job in minutes and manager candidates from an easy to use dashboard poster next job on the world's number one job site indeedcom my mother used a commie her career girl which was basically am on another way of saying i was never going to get married not not avenue avenue saleh row girl while you're at nbc news right you see news it was i was very new at nbc and i was filling on on the today show and he was filling in on the today show because he was not yet a fulltime player there he was and wnbc and we we filled in and i was like so shmuel nervous i was shaking it was filling in for debra norval on the news desk and he was filling in for wilder scott and it was my birthday and i didn't wanna tell anybody has my birthday but i kinda wanted somebody knows my birthday and i was like so i felt so sad when i went away to college my birthday was always in some you know september 20th right after school started well here i started a new job close to the time my birthday and it was like that same sad feeling again like nobody knows and somehow he and i started talking and i must revealed that was my birthday and he said was somebody should take you out to lunch and he said i can't do it today but how about on a couple of days i'll take you about to launch this that's so sweet of you so we took me out to lunch and we kind of hit it off his friends we became friends and he was really a supporter of my work and he was always.

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"deborah roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"deborah roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"How investigators reportedly found orange by verse possibly from a wig and hair and that chrysler there and believed to be the getaway car sheila keen warren was extradited back to florida and is facing charges of firstdegree murder with a firearm she later pleads not guilty as for her husband formerly mary to murder victim marlene warren he's telling abc news that sheila is falsely accused and that this is very serious and very unfair investigators mum on whether he might face charges for the motion still raw all these years later from orly mourns parents you can't tell me that he didn't know no way in half that's abc's deborah roberts reporting business news at twenty and fifty past the hour here's our propel insurance money update on abc news wall street weekend the dow set a new benchmark this week it hit an intraday high on tuesday trading above twenty three thousand and then it closed above the mark for the first time on wednesday september was a relatively quiet month for builders new home construction fell almost five percent the biggest decline in six months but it was a busy month for real choice home sales were up almost two percent prices rising to how important is the white house think tax reform is the treasury secretary steven mnuchin says if the white house plan is implemented the market is going to tank oblique anniversary for the markets thirty years ago on thursday the dow plunged more than five hundred points on what's become known as black monday the bid zorin now we have to wait for amazon to make up its mind on where it's going to put its second headquarters an announcement expected in the new year friday apple owned its biggest retail store so find chicago target cut the ribbon on a small manhattan location daria albinger abc news still to come i'm brian calvert catching up with the local firefighters sent south to help in california care to take a guess as to how those spend their first day off after traffic and weather next are you ready pal you do in there beautiful car isn't it what's the brave yeah 93 lake lights at the office will plus tax of course 93 late nights my budget's more like seventy rule let me talk to the bus would i could do tomorrow their insurance companies jesse a car we see something he worked really hard far for why not give it the.

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