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John Solomon Discusses China's Treaty Violations and the Wuhan Lab

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

John Solomon Discusses China's Treaty Violations and the Wuhan Lab

"Is COVID origin secrets near the classification that in itself is exciting. Wuhan a lab's ties to China military burst into focus, talk to us about the latest things we need to know about our country, our government and the military biodefense lab in communist China, John. It's extraordinary. So no matter where we end up on whether the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab or not, obviously the FBI energy department House intelligence committee Senate health committee all believe it did and growing other number of intelligence committees believe that. But here's the bigger question. No matter what happened with COVID-19, there is now irrefutable proof that the United States government has known since 2005 that China was violating its own treaties to not do offensive biological weapons they had an offensive biological weapons program. It was based in the Chinese People's Liberation Army at an entity called the academy of military medical sciences specifically the 5th institute. The State Department declared that in a document in 2005. Over the decade after they made that declaration, wide open evidence that the MMS that academy we just talked about was working with the Wuhan institute of virology, the place where we think the COVID-19 virus worked on. What were they working on? On Anthony Fauci's own site. On the NIH, you can find this. There was a study on anthrax. There was a study, a book, a book that said, coronaviruses as a class are going to be the leading edge of a new era of genetic warfare. That's the Chinese words, not mine. Those are the sort of things that were going on between scientists at the Wuhan institute of virology. And the academy of military medical sciences in China, the place that we said was the epicenter of an illicit bioweapons program, despite all that knowledge, despite all that evidence, no one in the intelligence committee, no one in the national Institutes of health. No one in the State Department stopped it. Millions of dollars flowed from U.S. agencies to the Wuhan institute of virology. And now we're hearing maybe also directly to the academy, the

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"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Senator says there could be a federal investigation into the Memphis police department. I would not rule that out. 5 of the department's officers have been charged with murder in connection with the beating death of Tyree Nichols, appearing on ABC's this week, Illinois Democrat dick Durbin acknowledged that the issue of police brutality was an isolated, but occurs all over the country. U.S. attorney for the western district of Tennessee, Kevin Ritz, previously said that a civil rights investigation into Nichols death would occur, but not one into the entire department. House speaker Kevin McCarthy says he's optimistic about his upcoming meeting with President Biden to talk about the debt ceiling. I want to find a reasonable and a responsible way that we can lift the debt ceiling, but take control of this runaway spending. Appearing on CBS face the nation, the California Republicans said that Biden's staff tries to say something different, but he was confident the pair would come to an agreement on the issue. McCarthy plans to meet with the president on Wednesday, this comes after the administration's previous claims they would not negotiate with House GOP members as they seek to impose spending cuts. I hope he's wrong as well. I think he's right though. That's what Texas representative Michael McCall had to say about the prediction from air force general Mike minnehan that the U.S. would be at war with China by 2025, appearing on Fox News Sunday, the GOP congressman explained that an invasion of Taiwan is a possibility. If China fails to influence the upcoming elections in its favor in 2024, McCall said that as long as Biden is in office projecting weakness, there are high odds of it occurring. He went on to blame the administration for Russia's invasion of Ukraine following the turbulent withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021. A trip to the Super Bowl is on the line today for the final four teams remaining in the NFL playoffs. The forty-niners faced the eagles in the NFC championship game, while the Bengals in chief's clash in the AFC championship matchup. I'm Tammy trejo. The miss handling of classified documents by current and former members of the executive branch is a systemic problem. The process of classifying documents is uniquely under the president by the constitution Supreme Court's rule. So you would think there that the handling of these documents would be even that much more secure. Appearing on ABC's this week representative Mike Turner's comments come after the discovery of classified material in the possession of President Biden, as well as the former president and vice president, the Ohio Republican called for an investigation into the chain of custody to really nail down how such sensitive material gets misplaced. The governments of Kenya and Tanzania have called out KLM for spreading unfounded claims. Says the airline published an advisory warning of travel disruptions due to civil unrest in the two countries. Responded by protesting to the airline over what he termed as an unfounded false insensitive and misleading information that paints the country in a bad light, Tanzania's government also criticized the advisory with the minister of works and transport may come in saying there was no truth to the claims asking the public to ignore the statement, the airline which is owned by Air France and KLM has since apologized to the Kenyan government saying the advisory was only meant for its customers in Tanzania. As a group, there are Salaam. The U.S. Surgeon General says 13 is too young for children to be on social media. Speaking with CNN, Vivek Murthy explained the skew and distorted environment of social media does a disservice to children who are still developing their identity. His comments come despite many social media platforms allowing teens at young to sign up for an account. Murthy suggests parents band together to keep the kids off social media until a more appropriate age. Gas prices are down, but not by very much, triple-A puts today's nationwide average at three 50 a gallon, one sent less than yesterday. Prices are highest for drivers in Hawaii, where they're paying four 92 a gallon on average, Texas is the nation's low price leader at three 13. I'm

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"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

"Economy today. The latest consumer price index shows inflation is easing a bit further, but that convinced the fed to pump the brakes on interest rate hikes. There's a serious discussion underway, whether the next rate increase could be as little as one quarter of 1%. And then the question is, how many more of those do we get? And the thinking is that that probably no more than three quarters of 1%. And that's, of course, assuming that inflation behaves better and continues to look sort of like what we've been seeing here. That's Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com. He joined us last hour on Skype. Well, there's a new bill in the house that aims to return federal employees to the office. Federal news networks drew Friedman has more. House Republicans introduced the show up act. It would require agencies to return to their pre-pandemic office arrangements. If enacted, the bill would largely reduce the telework options that many federal employees currently have. Republicans in Congress have said increased telework during the pandemic caused delays in backlogs and agencies, including the IRS and the State Department, House Democrats, however, have pushed in the opposite direction saying expanded telework improves federal recruitment and retention. Drew Friedman, federal news network. A former president Trump is planning to hold the first public campaign event of his 2024 White House bid. In South Carolina, a campaign spokesman says that will happen later this month. No other details have been announced, South Carolina votes early in the primary season. The former president maintained his popularity among GOP voters there during his term in office, but it is not clear how much support he still has right now. Since announcing his latest presidential run, mister Trump is limited as public campaign appearances to events at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida

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Biden says classified document found in 'personal library'

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Biden says classified document found in 'personal library'

"The president confirms classified documents have been found in a second location. The first discovery of classified documents was at the office of President Biden's former institute in Washington. Now he acknowledges more have been found by lawyers at his Delaware home. They discovered a small number of documents of classified markings and storage areas and file cabinets in my home in my personal library. And while the president says he was cooperating fully and completely with the Justice Department, House speaker Kevin McCarthy wants a congressional investigation. Here's an individual that sat on 60 minutes that was so concerned about president Trump's documents locked in behind and now we find it just as a vice president keeping it for years out in the open in different locations. There are significant differences between the Trump and Biden situations, including the gravity of an ongoing grand jury investigation into the matter at Mar-a-Lago. I'm Shelley Adler.

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"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

"Delivered the annual state of the Commonwealth address yesterday. Before the Virginia General Assembly, Glenn youngkin outlined priorities in the areas of tax relief, healthcare and education, as well as tougher measures to combat drug overdoses. Two years ago, this body passed a bill to make the sale manufacture and distribution of drugs killing our children, our Friends, and our neighbors, a felony homicide. It was vetoed by the last governor. Send me that bill again, and I promise you I will sign it. Governor youngkin also called for $230 million in funding for behavioral behavioral health services. There is a new bill in the U.S. house that aims to return federal employees to the office. House Republicans introduced the show up act. It would require agencies to return to their pre-pandemic office arrangements. If enacted, the bill would largely reduce the telework options that many federal employees currently have. Republicans in Congress have said increased telework during the pandemic caused delays in backlogs and agencies, including the IRS and the State Department, House Democrats, however, have pushed in the opposite direction saying expanded telework improves federal recruitment and retention. Drew Friedman, federal news network. More Democrats say they're politically liberal than ever before. A new Gallup poll found in 2022 54% of Democrats say they lean more liberal. That's the highest number ever. Only 10% of them describe themselves as conservative. That's the lowest to date. Staying pretty much in line of where they've been for about a decade, 36% of Democrats consider their views to be moderate. Stacy Lynn, CBS News, Washington

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"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on WTOP

"Good afternoon, I'm Mark Lewis. And I'm Deborah Feinstein. Mike chicas is our producer. CBS special CBS News special report. A warm welcome at The White House today where President Biden and French president Emmanuel Macron held talks and at the top of that agenda was the war in Ukraine. As allies in NATO, together with our European Union and the G 7 and partners around the world, France and the United States are facing down Vladimir Putin's grasping ambition for conquest and Russia's brutal war against Ukraine, which has once more shattered peace on the continent of Europe. Both spoke about the importance of a strong relationship. Long live the friendship between the United States and France the two leaders now addressing the media again, later tonight, President Biden will honor Macron with the first state dinner of his presidency. CBS News special report, I'm Monica ricks. One 33, the Senate is facing an urgent deadline to take up legislation that would avoid a major rail strike in the nation. But wide ranging concerns from lawmakers are making it difficult to schedule a vote. The latest now from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says a vote has to take place soon, given the huge economic impact a strike could have. The Senate can not leave until we get the job done. A strike deadline is just over a week away and Schumer says approval of legislation can't wait that long. Suppliers and businesses across the nation are going to begin shutting down operations soon. Democrats want to approve 7 days of paid sick leave for rail workers that was included in a second bill passed by the house. But many Republicans oppose that. And there's still work to be done to get the 60 votes needed to keep the overall legislation on track. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy wants to investigate the investigation. McCarthy has sent a letter to the January 6th select committee telling it to preserve its records. He says Republicans want to investigate the panel's work when they take control of the House in January. The committee meets tomorrow to talk about whether to refer criminal charges against former president Trump and his lawyers to the Justice Department. House Republicans will be releasing their own report on the insurrection when the democratic led committee releases its final report before the end of the year. The first death from monkeypox has been reported in Virginia, few details have been provided though by the state's

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"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out that text messages from the Secret Service are not the only texts that are missing from January 6th, The Washington Post reports texts from the acting Homeland Security secretary Chad wolf and acting deputy secretary Ken cuccinelli are also missing for the days leading up to the attack, and the post reports the DHS inspector general did not press leaders for an explanation when he learned this back in February. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman dick Durbin is requesting an investigation by the Justice Department. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is addressing questions about his actions on January 6th, then today said he recalled making calls to The White House, only after mobs were in the capitol. McCarthy was asked about testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson that he called her and others to dissuade president Trump from coming to the capital. I don't remember that. I didn't watch this speech. I was working. So I didn't see what was said. I didn't see what went on. I had no idea he was even going to come to the capitol. McCarthy was asked about Trump running again. President Trump was an office today. We wouldn't have inflation. We wouldn't have a national security problem at the border. We wouldn't have crime in a 20 year high. A Republican House, McCarthy said, would run probes into Afghanistan, the origins of COVID and apparent spill of rights. In Washington of Chapman Bloomberg radio. There is another drawing tonight for the mega millions jackpot now up to 1.2 billion Washington D.C. resident hunley is already dreaming about a win. Maybe if I Tesla buy a nice house, this is now the second largest jackpot in U.S. history. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than

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"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg radio and television And another fed news Nathan the Senate has officially confirmed Lyle brainard as vice chair of the Central Bank the vote was 52 to 43 with most Republicans opposing brainard because of her views on regulation S&P futures are up 42 points This morning Dow futures have 382 and NASDAQ futures up a 133 straight ahead related local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg Thanks Karen 6 O 7 on Wall Street 48° in Central Park still dealing with the closure on the east bend northern state near exit 40 a truck went into an overpass overnight We'll get the details on that coming up in traffic first Michael Barr with more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan MTA chairman and CEO Jenna lieber says the chronic problem of fair evasion in subways has prompted a new initiative in New York Lieber speaking before the association for a better New York's power breakfast said that surging fare evasion threatens our bottom line and also threatens our social norms Lieber also says it causes increased crime He says many criminals enter the subway by not paying fares New York City mayor Eric Adams committed to releasing his tax returns and blamed his widely reported refusal to do so on as he put it the arrogance of a reporter who asked the question earlier this month Meanwhile mayor Adams proposed a nearly $100 billion budget pitching a pandemic recovery with less of the COVID stimulus funds that patted previous spending plans We have always known that our city would never be defined by the tragedy the spirit of New York City will always prevail Mayor Adams said he will increase spending for the Department of Corrections and the New York police department House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy will be asked to reconsider his refusal to testify to the congressional committee investigating the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol That renewal comes nearly a week after a leaked audio revealed that McCarthy considered urging then president Donald Trump to resign after the riot McCarthy can be heard telling his Republican colleagues to stop attacking other House members by name The country is too crazy I do not want to look back and think we caused something or we missed something and someone got hurt I don't want to play politics with any of that The audio tapes released by The New York Times and were recorded in the days after the attack on the capitol SpaceX crew forward launched from the Florida Kennedy Space Center this morning.

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"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is o q plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies or mental. Have unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just. Because i am trans because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers and high risk settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated at the united nations. general assembly. south. African precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by a wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly. Lease more made gun. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more to combat the climate emergency. This is the guy in east president. Air finale small island states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used an air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the amendment or amendment would end all us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools. That are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing an independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is q plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies cementing or mental unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just because i am trans because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers and high risk settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated at the united nations. general assembly. south. African precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by a wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly. Police more wasn't american. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more to combat the climate emergency. This is the guy in east president. Air finale small island states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the lease to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used in air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the amendment or amendment would end all us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools. That are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing and independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just stays after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is o q plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies cementing or mental. Have unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just. Because i am trans because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers in high risk. Settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated at the united nations. general assembly. south. African precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by a wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly lease more wasn't american. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more combat the climate emergency. This is the guy in east president. Air finale small island states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the lease to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used an air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the amendment or amendment would end all us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools. That are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing and independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is q plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies cementing or mental unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just because i am trans because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers and high risk settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated at the united nations. general assembly. south. African precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president. Luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly. Police more wasn't american. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying. An island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more to combat the climate. Emergency this is the guy in east president. Air finale small island states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet. Our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the lease to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used an air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the amendment or amendment would end all us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools. That are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing and independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is q plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies cementing or mental unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just because i am trans because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers in high risk. Settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated at the united nations. general assembly. south. African precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by a wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly. Police more wasn't american. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more to combat the climate emergency. This is the guy in east president. Air finale small island states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used an air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the amendment or amendment would end all us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools. That are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing and independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps. In real while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states immigrant. Justice activists held demonstrations across the united states yesterday to demand the closure of all immigration and customs enforcement jails and then deportations and the release of all imprisoned asylum seekers and immigrants. The community's not cages day of action came as report show. The number of people. Detained by ice has gone up. seventy percent. Since president biden took office in atlanta activists rallied in front of the stewart. County detention center. This is q. Plus activists leeann sanchez of the group community australia who was held in three different immigration jails including irwin county detention center which was forced to shut down due to whistleblower complaints of medical abuses like force hysterectomies cementing or mental. I have unpleasant memories of all the unhealthy in inhumane conditions in these places of torture the medical negligence and the unsanitary food but the worst was having to stay in solitary confinement for a whole year in infamous whole just. Because i am trans. Because they don't have a dedicated place to hold. Lgbt people centers for disease control director dr ratio alinsky has endorsed giving workers in high risk. Settings booster vaccine shots despite opposition for cdc panel on thursday the panel recommended making pfizer. Biotech booster shots available to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and people with underlying health conditions but the panel did not recommend booster shots for younger healthcare workers teachers and other high risk settings. But we'll end ski then overrule the panel. Many global health experts have criticized the biden administration for promoting booster shots while much of the world remains unvaccinated and at the united nations general assembly. South african precedents cyril ramaphosa repeated his call for waving intellectual property rights on vaccines. He also criticised wealthy nations for hoarding vaccines indictment on humanity that more than eighty two percent of the world's vaccine doses have been acquired by wealthy countries why less than one percent has gone to low income countries unless we address this as a matter of urgency. The pandemic will last much longer and new mutations dividers willie mae and spread so africa reaffirms its called for fair and equitable distribution of vaccines. Meanwhile bolivian president. Luis arce said access to vaccines should be considered a human right and address to the un general assembly lease more wasn't american. Capitalism has commodified all aspects of social. Life and health is not the exception. Medical science should be at the service of humanity without any sort of geographical political social or nationality. Discrimination money that the access to the vaccine must be considered as a human rights. The un general assembly is taking place as cova cases continued to surge in parts of the world earlier today. South korea reported over twenty four hundred new cova cases highest daily tally. Since the start of the pandemic in yemen oxfam is warning cova deaths have increased fivefold in the past month fewer than one percent of yemen's population is vaccinated at the united nations leaders from low lying island nations have also called on wealthy countries to do far more to combat the climate emergency. This is the guy in east president. Air finale states and continental countries with low-lying coastlines saas ghana would be the forest to feel the full run of the impending disaster yet. Our countries are among the lowest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions contributing the lease to the harmful and destructive effects of climate change. This is not only unfair unjust in other climate news. The environmental protection agency has issued a new rule to cut. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used an air conditioning and refrigeration. Meanwhile youth climate activists are staging global climate. Strike today with actions planned over fifteen hundred locations on capitol hill. The house has approved increasing the pentagon's budget even though the us recently po combat troops out of afghanistan ending the longest warn us. History on thursday. A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in support of a seven hundred sixty eight billion dollar pentagon budget as part of the national defense authorization act. This was twenty five billion dollars. More than president biden saw. The house rejected two amendments to trim the pentagon's budget an amendment to prohibit the military from transferring firearms military vehicles and aircraft to local police departments house lawmakers however did approve an amendment to end all support for the saudi led bombing of yemen california congressman ro khanna had introduced the or amendment would end all. Us logistical support and transfer of spare parts for saudi warplanes. That are bombing yemen that are bombing schools that are killing children that are bombing civilians in the largest humanitarian crisis around the world house. Lawmakers have also voted to approve one billion dollars a new military funds for israel despite accusations from human rights groups that israel committed war crimes during its recent assault on gaza. The congressional funding is being given to help his euro replenish. Its iron dome missile defense system which is built in part by the us military contractor raytheon. Eight democrats voted against the measure including michigan's rashida to leave the first palestinian american congresswoman. I rise in opposition to the supplemental. I will not support an effort to enable and support war crimes human rights abuses and violence. We cannot talk be talking. Only about israelis need for safety at a time when palestinians are living under a violent apartheid system and are dying from what human rights watch has said our war crimes. We should also be talking about palestinian need for security from israeli attacks. We must be consistent in our commitment to human life period. Everyone deserves to be safe there. Catalan separatists later. Carlos puigdemont has been detained in italy on an arrest warrant from spain. Where he's wanted on sedition charges first role in organizing and independence. Referendum for catalonia. In two thousand seventeen. He's been living in exile for four years back in the united states. Abortion providers in texas have asked the supreme court to urgently review texas's new near total ban on abortions in their petition whole woman's how than other groups right quote texans are in crisis unquote the new law bars abortions around six weeks into a pregnancy with no exception for rape or incest and allows anyone to sue patient's medical workers or even patients family or friends who aid and abet and abortion like driving up person to Health clinic then related news. Republicans in florida have introduced a similar bill to ban most abortions around.

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"department housing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Doing morning talk radio at W. ABC with my radio partner, Ron Kuby at that time, who, ironically had represented four of the indicted terrorists in the first world. Wow, 1992 And also Sheik Omar Abdel. Come on. Remember the blind eye Santa Claus hat wearing Imam of hate, who is the inspiration for the attack right? Subsequently, the following attacked by Al Qaeda, So he was remaining very quiet when that first plane plunged into the first tower. I thought it was an act of terrorism because I had recently been with a fire Department house in Hunch point in the Bronx, where they actually preparing had a manual. They were training for a second attack on the World Trade Center and what they would do above the 40th floor, which makes it even more perilous for the firefighters, So they were already thinking along those lines. So I'm figuring Wait a second plane number one hits the tower. Ron Kuby. My partner is quiet and taking the code of America Who knows these terrorists like the back of his hand. So I announced it's an act of terrorism. And my program Director Phil Bullshit. The time came in intervening Shit. You say that again. Courtesy. I'm gonna have to pull you off the air. And a little after nine. We saw the second plane. Obviously an airline and not a small plane crashed into the second tower, and within minutes it just imploded and just came down straight down something we never thought we would ever see on the big 72 inch screen in the radio studio. And then if you remember Joe, all the TV towers went down. As a result, there was no television coverage so people would dependent on radio the spoken word, which the only way they could get any news or information about what would happen. Remember, Bridges were closed. Tunnels were closed. Highways were closed when no escape grounds. People are stuck with you where they were working unless you were willing to walk home, and nobody had emerged to tell us what was going on. We didn't know where Bush had gone from that school in Florida. We didn't know where Cheney was. Rudy Giuliani had barely survived. He was right next to the World Trade Center, and in fact barricaded into a building way He and Bernie Kerik, his police commissioner, could have died. Luckily, they extricated themselves and then slowly edge as Rudy took to the microphones as if he were the substitute president. He had a coming effect. He gave us information he let us know it was bad. But that we would recover. That was Rudy Giuliani's finest moment. I was on the air until five o'clock that night straight through from five in the morning. And that was ironically, the debut of the Sean Hannity nationally syndicated talk radio program from W. A. B. C. He couldn't be in the studios as I was in the heart in the in the middle of New York City. He had to do the program from Long Island, and then I immediately went down to the pit, which had turned into the world's largest crematorium pictures and Video will never do justice to what I and others short down in the pit. The burning fires, the smoke the piles of debris, men and women like ants going in and now trying to extricate life getting stuck themselves and other men and women having to go in and pull them out because they couldn't use any hydraulic equipment. They couldn't use jackhammers because they were fearful than any vibrations that they would create might cause other buildings in the nearby area to implode, So it's very primitive. What was happening, But the men and women they showed no fear. They fear not. And they plunged right into that smoking fire. I can't even imagine because you're right. I was a T V news anchor Lansing, Michigan when it happened and heard the story. I wasn't like you. I thought to myself as a drunk guy. Somebody had a heart attack. It was a twin engine plane. No way. It was a big airliner. And then we see the second plane coming and we obviously knew what was going on. Just a small personal note. Fill boys gave me my first shot of W A. B C in 2000 and two I filled in from Malzberg. I think on a Saturday And he was a really good guy. He is the reason why I went from TV news to talk radio. You should make a decision. You're one of the other. You're not both. And yes, Sean just started his national show. I didn't know he couldn't get to to Penn Station that day. I thought that he still went in and finding out that he was on Long Island. That makes sense. How could you possibly get into the city? So what did you do? What did you You were right there at Madison Square Garden. You were right there at Penn Station. What do you do from Mayor? You get off the air at five o'clock and go right to the whole like you said right to where the attack happened. Subways may not running. No mass transit was running. The whole island of Manhattan was barricaded off. You couldn't get in or out, so I immediately just headed down towards the pit. Later on. It was met by some guardian angels and starting in the wee hours of the morning when the men and women needed relief because they had formed these bucket brigades as they were bringing debris out. Still looking for any any sort of hope that life still existed. We took over their positions so they could get a few hours to sleep. They could shall we get something to eat and then come back into the pick and remember at that time? The world's largest crematorium. You smell death everywhere can imagine, And you realize that people had been smashed to smithereens. They were looking for dust. Not so much body parts dust where they could be covering a DNA sample and bring closer to families who just wanted to know where their loved one was. Curtis Leo are running for New York City Mayor. I hope you win sleep before and white dot com c F o R and y dot C..

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"department housing" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"department housing" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"And he's taking these moments and of course using them to push for his own agenda that build back better plan that three point five trillion dollar Reconciliation bill has a lot of climate change funding in there now. How much remains to be seen. That's the negotiations for senator mansion. Just yesterday reporting. But he doesn't want sport anywhere near three point five trillion he. You'll be much much of the pack for the overall package. Something closer to one trillion specifically about. He thinks he can be cut. He's starting to and some of its key free community college free college but other things are concerns about climate change measures including west virginia. It's a coal-producing state. That's going to be harder for him to sell their constituents and the as part of the international peace of this you're right and the administration knows knows it well. The president yesterday spoke about how he convened a virtual summit of farm of world leader earlier this year. Xi jinping didn't make much of an appearance this coming fall in in glasgow which has been a climate some years in the making all of the world leaders supposed to be there. They're hoping to hammer up some hammer out. Some agreements on carbon and other nature's but it's unclear whether the rest of the world particularly china russia india will play ball just talking about numbers might people can protest like the president of luxembourg's office president of luxembourg. Where really wanna go. But this problem right now starts and ends in china and we've got to figure out a way to get into the table and i'm wondering if you're hearing what what i've been hearing from. Republicans who've been skeptical deeply skeptical of climate. Change being a serious problem. I have been hearing from some republican thought leaders over the past year more of a willingness to accept that climate change is real that something has to be done with it they sort of. Maybe their fallback now is something needs to be done. We just don't know what needs to be done. Yeah i think you've seen a real shift not only from republicans but also industry right. You started to see oil and gas companies changed their positioning on this. Because it's just a realization that the world is getting warmer that they have to kind of change with the times and this is a real said little issue particularly for democrats also for independence and republicans are going to try to do everything. They can to try to find a way to thread the needle. It's tough because they don't wanna go as our as democrats and so for you haven't seen any real bipartisanship in terms of little areas where you might see some work to sightsee that actually working together on this issue and a stay with us. Want to talk about this story around the supreme court and the justice department house democrats. Yesterday pushed attorney. General merrick garland to use the justice department powers to prosecute texas residents. Who use the state's new abortion law to sue women seeking abortions judiciary committee chairman jerry. Nadler of new york and twenty three other house. Democrats wrote a letter garland that reads in part. We urge you to take legal up to and including the criminal. Prosecution of would-be vigilantes attempting to use the private right of action established by that blatantly unconstitutional law joining us now. Reporter of that story new york times reporter. Msnbc national security analysts michael schmidt so michael what recourse does the justice department have here are there. This is a law. That's on the books in the state of texas garland. Actually do about it. Well we point out in our story administration officials and legal experts basically were saying in the past few days that there are not a lot of great options clear options. There are not a lot of things that this president and that this justice department can do to really push back on this texas law. There have been a lot of different theories that have been put out there. There was an op-ed in the washington. Post over the weekend. By laurence tribe that proposed using a law similar to the one that nadler did in the letter that he sent a garland about how the federal government can use its powers to prosecute those that try and deprive another american of their constitutional right. But when you talk to legal experts they say. Look all of these things face. A a lot of complications. A lot of that. Based on the fact of how the texas law is structured the fact that it strips the power of enforcement from the states any gives it out to the average citizen in the fact that that a lot of these cases if they were brought we would be brought in in civil cases where the government would have to intervene. It's a complicated thing. That the justice department has it really been forced to confront in in certainly recent times and because of that they're sort of stuck so the president's base obviously very upset about this texas decision. There's a lot of of angst about it but there are not a lot here solutions. And that's what we were right. So so one of the solutions is if if a constitutional right is taken away in one of the biggest states in america. That's been on the books. That's that's been written into the constitution for about half a century. Why if it's a procedural problem. Why don't i am curious. Why don't abortion rights activists. Go ahead and get that plaintiff out there. Have they done that yet. Where somebody actually challenges the case uis. Somebody in texas are a frozen in place right now. Well that is what it was at. The heart of the original decision by the supreme court was a case that had been brought to you. Try and stop this law to try and stop it from going into effect and that is what got caught up in the court system in the court ultimately did not intervene gordon. Chang though that there's not a plaintiff and so if there's not a plaintiff i would have thought that by now there would be a plate of somebody would've already sued somebody or a doctor would would have sued somebody or somebody would have gone ahead with. Yeah it seems to me if the supreme court saying we can take away this constitutional right because there's a plant of why do why don't the pro choice advocates and actually people who support the constitution of the united states. Why don't they find that plight of so my sense talking to folks in the past few days. Yeah that case has not come come come to for wishing yet maybe something has been filed in texas that we don't know about maybe there is some case. That is sort of working. Its way through. But at this point that cases not come. The law has only been in effect for since september. First you need some time for it to play out. And i think on top of that. The impact of the law is an incredible deterrence effect. Because anyone that is associated with an abortion and helping someone receiving abortion can face these severe fines and what one person i was talking to last night said is that because one of the aims of the law was just simply the deterrence of it. And what do you do to to take on that deterrent. And how do you find that victim and we are only so many days into that law so my guess is that in the coming weeks we will see new developments. It come out of this because the law has been around for much longer but it is still extremely early in the age of that texas governor greg. Abbott defended the state's new abortion law. Denying it forces victims of rape and incest to give birth.

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US housing construction tumbled 10.3% in February

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US housing construction tumbled 10.3% in February

"Severe weather last month in much of the country contributes to a decline in home construction home construction fell by ten percent in February while applications for new construction dropped eleven percent according to the commerce department housing starts were also down five percent in January however economists think housing will bounce back in coming months aided by very low mortgage rates and rising demand by Americans who have been cooped up for the past year due to the corona virus pandemic but any growth in housing may not match last year's nearly seven percent increase because of a lack of building lots in surging lumber prices my camp in Washington

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

"department housing" Discussed on WTVN

"On Wednesday whether powered by the basement doctor, it is 32 pick ringtone. 32 with your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W T V and Police say a man in a pick up truck a randomly shot at people in Columbus today before he died in a fiery high speed car crash. Franklin County Sheriff's Office says a suspect who was shooting at people in multiple locations on Columbus is Westside tried to flee from police in a high speed chase before eventually crashing in an industrial park chief Jim Gilbert says the vehicle caught fire ammunition started exploding. And the suspect refused to put his gun down. As you can imagine, Obviously, this was a very horrific thing. Um, the individual inside a single person inside the vehicle was pronounced deceased here at the scene Vehicles registered in Hancock County in northwest Ohio, and the suspect may be linked to a homicide there. No people injured in the Columbus shootings on Jack Crumley they search is on tonight for a man accused of assaulting an elderly man in Grandview Heights. The Grandview Heights Police Department says the man was standing outside of his home in the 800 block of North West Boulevard when he was assaulted by someone who was wearing glasses and a black hat. Suspect was then spotted getting into a dark vehicle around noontime. Police are asking anyone who may live in that area on Northwest Boulevard to report anything suspicious or provide any security footage to the department. House impeachment managers are set to formally present an article of impeachment now against former President Donald Trump over to the Senate Chambers 10 night. Meanwhile, veteran Ohio Senator Rob Portman announced today he plans on not seeking re election in 2022. Portman has served in the Senate since 2011. Meanwhile, Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan today Says he is taking a serious look at running for Portman's seat that year. Governors around the country are pushing lawmakers in Washington to pass more comprehensive coronavirus relief as soon as the states are in desperate need of more vaccine supplies. There's also growing concern about the rising rates of food in security amidst the pandemic Now is many people who are working poor. Are experiencing more food insecurity than previously. Especially now, with so many families with kids at home for previously receiving their breakfasts and lunches school several state several states are dealing with it. Aaron pulling with a CEO of the food Bank of the Rockies, which serves Colorado and Wyoming, says 40% of the people they see. They're serving now never needed help with the food from the food bank before radio 16 w TV END Sports is Buckeye Basketball Update Service The Legacy Retirement group Chris Holden's Buckeyes coming off Saturday's upset when it Wisconsin preparing to face Penn State Wednesday again that was not on the schedule until yesterday. It's a makeup for the postponement about a month ago that state available because their game with Michigan Wednesday called off due to covert issues with Wolverines. Blue Jackets Practicing today is Patrick lining and Jack Ross to get acquainted with their new team, both acquired from Winnipeg over the weekend. Ross Lick a Columbus State of will debut against Florida tomorrow Line E still awaiting an updated work visa. NFL Super Bowl is set Tampa Hey, a three point underdog against Kansas City from the central Ohio $100 Sports test. Matt McCoy, whose radio 6 10 W. T. V at I'm Ellison Wiant stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half, and as news breaks the wintry mix, possibly changing to some snow showers tonight is temperatures hover in the mid thirties will see some fog early in the morning tomorrow and then overcast for the afternoon with scattered rain showers throughout the day on Tuesday. Higher 44. Currently it's 32 degrees. This report is sponsored by Merrill. When questions find you Merrill Edge, self directed investing has personalized.

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"department housing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"department housing" Discussed on KOMO

"Here. Look forward to working with you. See you around campus retired Army general arriving at the Pentagon shortly thereafter he is the first African American to lead the Defense Department. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is sending an article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday. Charges former President Trump with incitement of insurrection in connection with the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected to stay informed. The camo afternoon news Ah Friday afternoon at that. At 402 current temperature with sunshine in downtown Seattle is 45 degrees. I'm Rick fan sites and working behind the scenes. ELISA Jaffe, along with Jeremy Greater and Bill O'Neill. Our top stories of far more violent strain of the Corona virus is spreading throughout the U. S. And doctors say it's only a matter of time before it's discovered here. Warning comes from King County Health officer Dr Jeff Duchin, who says this mutation the virus can easily in fact, far more people means if you're exposed to someone with covert 19, you'll be more likely to catch it. And people with covert 19 will be more likely to spread it to more people more quickly on the strain has already been found in a least 20 states. But do Jin says the usual precautions such as wearing masks staying home and yes, getting the vaccine are just as effective in preventing the spread of this new version of the virus. Jeff Pooja look come on use and coronavirus recovery Phase one will stay in place across all Washington state for at least another week. Details from comas Bill O'Neill. That's the word from the Department of Health, which means the current restrictions will remain in place. For now, in order to be in loosening those restrictions, with the move to phase two, the state's eight regions must individually show a 10% decline in the rate of new covert 19 infections and hospital admissions. There are other benchmarks to must also be met. Including Kobe test positive rates and intensive carrying a bed occupancy. The next update on faces from the Department of Health is set for next Friday. Colonial Co. Moh news people over the age of 21 in Washington might soon get to grow marijuana legally at home. Under a proposal being considered by state lawmakers. Here's Como's to Romero with Moorhouse Commerce and Gaming Committee voted 7 to 2 moving the proposal Forward House built 10 19 would allow homeowners not renters, who are 21 over to have up to 15 marijuana plants on there. Premises Republican representative Eric Roberts and voted against it because he says it does not allow the liquor and cannabis board to investigate or enforce compliance makes the enforcement which principally without any oversight would be complaint driven. It would put that on our local police and sheriff's deputies. The proposal also does not allow pot plants to be grown at foster homes or home daycares. The bill must still go before the full house. See Romero Come on News and the House Commerce and Gaming Committee also heard a bill to replace the word marijuana with word cannabis and state laws. Bill sponsor Democratic representative Melanie Morgan says the term marijuana is racist. Negatively associated with poor people in the 1930 at the time, the use of marijuana was attributed to black African Americans, jazz musicians, prostitutes Look class White with the state Liquor and Cannabis Board supports the bill since the word cannabis is in their name coming up Brian Harris with a new plan to tackle Washington's wild fires before they grow out of control. It's 404 1st, though an update on camo traffic.

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"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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06:21 min | 2 years ago

"department housing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"S counterparts, higher investors focusing on the prospect for much more stimulus. And also the likelihood that come will prevail as the president elect Joe Biden eventually takes the presidency. The dollar has extended overnight gains. It was an unusual day and that we saw the dollar spiking higher. At the same time that long term bond yields went up. The yield on the 10 year Treasury now is 1.9% and the Bloomberg dollars spot Index says flat after a 6/10 of 1% gain. In the United States. You've got the euro right now. Trading at a dollar 22 59, the Dalian at 103 84 among equities in Japan. The Nikkei is up 1.7% The ASX 200, Australia has rallied about four tents. Of 1% or higher and places like Taiwan and Singapore. By right about 1 to 1.5% cost me again up. 2.6% 1 of the performers and Hong Kong market is Julie Jumping 12.4%. Reuters reported that by do plans to form a company to produce smart electric vehicles that would be made at GE Li plants, and Julie also said that it was targeting a 16% increase in sales volume this year. Going reached 40,000 but then has settled back. Trading down Now about 6% is so 1 37,075 gold is also weaker. 1912 announcing wt, I crewed $51.14 a barrel Look at markets. Let's get news with that. Baxter in San Francisco it all right, Thank you. Brian Donald Trump says the new administration will be inaugurated on January. 20th also says he is outraged by the violence of the capital. Also, those who engage in the riot don't represent the U. S. Also in his video tweet, he said. This is not the end. But it is just the beginning. Trump Education Secretary Betsy the boss's resigned, sending an open letter to the president quote, saying siege of the capital was unconscionable. On quote. There's no mistaking the impact your rhetoric having the situation. It is the inflection point for me. Meanwhile, Elaine Chao Has quit as transportation secretary, Former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney quits as ambassador to island Capitol police now saying that none of its officers has died as a result of the siege, correcting an earlier report out of the department. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for Capitol Police chief Stevens Sunder resigned. Bloomberg sources say he will effective January. 16th top Democratic legislative leaders say Donald Trump needs to be removed from office that he is dangerous. In his last days. Mike Pence, escorted by business insider in saying that he will not support that move. China calls the U. S. Capitol siege karma and retribution for supporting global demonstration support US, sir. I mean, I said, I'm sorry. Russia says it shows the weakness of the U. S electoral process and China's come out again as opposing any official ties between the U. S and Taiwan. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Guys back to you. All right. Thanks very much it let's get to pull Dobson, now Bloomberg, executive editor for Asia Markets, sir to talk about what we're seeing in market action this Friday and Paul I want to start with the Cosby the standout equity market in the region today up 2.6% right now. Driven in large part by the news out of Hyun diet is said to be in talks with the apple on a car. You and I said that it's discussions. Nothing's been decided. That's enough for the market to our to run a million miles with those the sustainable I don't everything I don't know if it's sustainable, but I guess if there is a deal, and it is successful, then what we've seen with Tessler over the last year tells you that this guy could be the limit for electric vehicle manufacturers and smart vehicle technology. You know, what was it something like 500% the test the rose in the last year. Prompting the likes of RBC yesterday to admit they were wrong and feeling and even bigger. Ready. So you know I am. Everybody wants to be in on the next generation of electric vehicle technology on anybody who's looking like they might have. An edge is definitely gonna Be interesting for long term investors, but also for the return investors that we know who contributed a lot market games everywhere in the past year, and nowhere is that more troops in South Korea No doubt You know, it's kind of interesting because a couple of weeks back when Apple when the news on Apple with the four ray into an electric vehicle when that broke one of the guest that we spoke to was our own a non train of awesome from Bloomberg intelligence, and we ask about the possibility of kind of You know, developing in this with an established automaker, and you reference this idea that we seem to be moving Maurin that direction technology, which then takes us to Samsung. They're heavy players in in the semiconductor space here. They have 1/4 quarter profit today. That was a bit below estimates. But the stock is trading up. Is there any rationale here? Mm hmm. Well, I mean, I think that old tech stocks having a good day. We had a pretty bullish sales forecast from Micron over in the U. S at the end of the day there, and that's giving Things in general a lift on But I think you know, you kind of the Samsung Saimon itself wasn't enough to put people off. Of that stock. I think something's really interesting in the same 40 SNC is well in Taiwan, because so much money It's flowing into emerging market indexes in general and stuff in those stocks because they're such large constituents off the index is that in a way, you know kind of that takes things a little bit away from the fundamental sometimes and from the news because it's the broader Investment place that pushing the cash in those directions. You know, three days ago, we were sitting here. They've been a sell off. We were saying old covert cases arising everything looks terrible. The market spooks that hasn't changed on We're off to the races again to what degree of markets prepared to look through. A serious of crises, really the one in Washington and the one with the Corona virus through to a recovery sometime this year..

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U.S. moving toward major antitrust probe of tech giants

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00:33 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. moving toward major antitrust probe of tech giants

"Google and other tech giants, coming under scrutiny by the federal government. The Justice department House Judiciary committee, conducting probes of technology companies committee promising a top to bottom review of antitrust laws that could lead to a major overhaul of those regulations, this weeping entrace probe has Facebook, Google, Amazon, and apple in the crosshairs and. The house investigation comes as the Wall Street Journal reports the Justice department and the FTC are gearing up for an enter trust investigation of Google examining Google's, internal practices, and search rankings

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