17 Burst results for "Donna Johnson"

"donna johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"April, 2002 Salman Hamdani was finally given a hero's burial with his casket draped In an American flag. It was one of nearly 3000 people killed on 9 11 more than 7000. U. S service members would die in the following 20 years of military conflict. One of them was staff sergeant Donna Johnson. Who was in Afghanistan in October of 2012. That day. I had a bad film. Don his wife, Tracy, was also in the military veteran of the war in Iraq. I immediately started scouring the news websites, and it said that they were three US soldiers were killed and cost Afghanistan. In a new, Obviously, that's where she was stationed. And that's where Donna was killed by a suicide bomber. The next year, Her wife, Tracy, recorded what you're about to hear at StoryCorps before marriages, like theirs were recognized by the U. S. Military. Tracy told her mother in law, Sandra Johnson, how she learned of Donna's death and what happened next. So how did you get notified? I knew that any communication about Donna was going to come to you guys because even though we're married, I wasn't considered her next to Ken. So Donna's sister called me and told me that the military people were there. I want to your place and I said, You know, I am her. Her wife and I brought documentation. And my soldiers fallen. They usually have a military escort that brings them home. And I said, Can I do it? Because I'm military? He goes well, we'll see. But I know it wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for your insistence. I just I did not want her coming home with a stranger. I wanted to come and home to family. I was flown up to Dover to see her brought back on American soil. And honestly, I can't tell you how great of an honor is to escort. A phone hero home. Heroes. Your wife. It means a lot more. Well, I want you to know that I'm very proud of you. Consider you mine because Donna considered you hers and I wouldn't have it any other way. 7000 U. S service members is just a fraction of the human cost of America's post 9 11 wars. There were also national and military police.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Would die in the following 20 years of military conflict. One of them was staff Sergeant Donna Johnson, who was in Afghanistan in October of 2012. That day. I had a bad feeling. Donna's wife, Tracy was also in the military veteran of the war in Iraq. I immediately started scouring the news websites, and it said that they were three US soldiers were killed in cost Afghanistan. In a new, Obviously, that's where she was stationed, and that's where Donna was killed by a suicide bomber. The next year, Her wife, Tracy, recorded what you're about to hear at StoryCorps before marriages, like theirs were recognized by the U. S. Military. Tracy told her mother in law, Sandra Johnson, how she learned of Donna's death and what happened next. So how did you get notified? I knew that any communication about Donna was going to come to you guys because even though we're married, I wasn't considered her next to Ken. So Donna's sister called me and told me that the military people were there. I want to your place, and I said, You know, I am her. Her wife and I brought documentation and, uh, my soldiers fallen. They usually have a military escort that brings them home. And I said, Can I do it? Because I'm military? He goes well, we'll see. But I know it wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for your insistence. I just I did not want her coming home with a stranger. I wanted to come and home to face. I was flown up to Dover to see her brought back on American soil. And honestly, I can't tell you how great of an honor is to escort. A phone hero home. Put them on their heroes. Your wife? It means a lot more. Well, I want you to know that I'm very proud of you Consider your mind because Donna considered you heard. And I wouldn't have it any other way. 7000 U. S service members is just a fraction of the human cost of America's.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And you always feel it. In April, 2000 and two Salman Hamdani was finally given a hero's burial with his casket draped In an American flag. It was one of nearly 3000 people killed on 9 11 more than 7000. U. S service members would die in the following 20 years of military conflict. One of them was staff sergeant Donna Johnson. Who was in Afghanistan in October of 2012 that day. I had a bad film. Donna's wife, Tracy was also in the military veteran of the war in Iraq. I immediately started scouring the news websites, and it said that they were three US soldiers were killed in cost Afghanistan. In a new, Obviously, that's where she was stationed. And that's where Donna was killed by a suicide bomber. The next year, Her wife, Tracy, recorded what you're about to hear at StoryCorps before marriages, like theirs were recognized by the U. S. Military. Tracy told her mother in law, Sandra Johnson, how she learned of Donna's death and what happened next. So how did you get notified? I knew that any communication about Donna was going to come to you guys because even though we're married, I wasn't considered her next to Ken. So Donna's sister called me and told me that the military people were there. I want to your place, and I said, you know, I am her her wife and I'm proud documentation. And my soldiers fallen. They usually have a military escort that brings them home. And I said, Can I do it? Because I'm military? He goes well, we'll see. But I know it wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for your insistence. I just I did not want her coming home with a stranger. I wanted to come and home to 50. I was flown up to Dover to see her brought back on American soil. And honestly, I can't tell you how great of an honor is to escort. A phone hero home. Built on that hero is your wife. It means a lot more. Well, I want you to know that I'm very proud of you. I consider you mine because Donna considered you heard. And I wouldn't have it any other way. MM. 7000. U. S service members is just a fraction of the human cost of America's post 9 11 wars. There were also national and military police and other countries..

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"donna johnson" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

09:19 min | 10 months ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"May remain. Hello everyone and welcome back to the gmc football podcast. I'm in the midst of discussing my thoughts on big ben's new diet the bb seven diet as some people are calling it as opposed to the tb. Twelve diet I'm excited to see what he looks like. A training camp. I guess if you really looks any different but again. This is a narrative that gets pushed pretty much every year by big bend camp. And i don't think this will be any drastic or major changes again. It's his piece thirty nine years old eighteen year in the league. Like at some point. This should have been done a long time ago. But let's get into it. Because i'm talking about that offense of line. I don't think that offensive line can hold up next next year. And that's such a huge part of the steelers. Success is being able to run the ball with big ben especially at thirty nine years old but you also have to look at the competitive division there. Because i think that's really the kicker here coming into next season. I mean you've got the browns who have gotten better at seemingly every position. I mean they had a fantastic draft. They made moves in free agency. They should up the back half of with the safety issues that they had last year they have a all pro talent in myles garrett Who went off last year despite the early suspension. I think they're going to a lot out of judea beyond cloudy even though he wasn't really useful in tennessee last year but i think he can help help them out a lot and got baker. Mayfield getting better. You've got odell beckham junior coming back. I mean i mean he baker taking another step and low going hand in hand with odell beckham. junior coming back is huge huge for that team. Because i really love odell beckham junior. I wanna see him healthy for an entire season. And i think that's going to happen this year. I think this is the year that happens But you also have the best offensive lines in the league One of the best rushing attacks in the nfl. One of the best running back duos in terms of kareem hunt and nick job. But you've also got the ravens in that division. You get the ravens who are going to be right up there with cleveland. Lamar jackson has shown that he can win games. I know the steelers had the ravens edge. The edge of the ravens last year In head to head matchups. Going to know but i think that new ravens receiving core lamar jackson just being so much younger. That team teams overall core just being so much younger than the steelers. I think that's huge. And they're gonna be able to run the ball both those teams the browns and the ravens will be able to run the ball. And if i know anything you need to be able to run the ball in that. Afc north division. And they're often. The lines are more of a sure thing than pittsburgh's all right now so again we will see but i really liked the ravens. I like the browns in two thousand twenty one. Beat the bengals in that division. And you know what else. I believe in if we're talking what i believe in for. They've seen north. It's i believe in joe borough. I just love him I think he's a winner and again. Maybe i'm getting giving the bengals a little too much hype before this season. But i think the job romar chase connection is real and it's carrying over from college. I think jamal chase has a very good chance of being able to win. Rookie of the year with the amount of targets can be getting from his main guy in borough but again there's just a lot of room for losses in the steelers schedule and i just don't think roster wise The they stack up against the browns in the ravens. And i think they'll lose games against the steelers as we saw the invest. Your they got embarrassed on prime time by ryan finley in the bengals. And who knows if that this talking with chase klay pu the dancing on the logos. That really makes team is very mad. The corvette corvette dance all that stuff. Who knows if that will carry on over into this season. I think mike tomlin is gonna try to shut that down early on training camp and make sure people are focused on the team but they still beat. The bengals. Still remember all that stuff. The dancing the logo a kind of embarrassment. They tried to put on them and disrespect that they had towards them. But i'm just not seeing. I'm trying to come doctor. Strange this and look at all the possibilities. I'm not seeing a a possibility where the steelers win that division this year even with big ben in the best shape of his life. So let's look at their schedule for this year. I looked at her scheduled for last year. Ca quick sip of water. But you have you start the season with the with the bengals. You start the season with the bengals thought. They started their season with the bills. Let me pull up their schedule They started season with the bills. And you get the raiders coming into town. Too tough game start. The is a tough one. The raiders they can probably beat that's going to be a competitive game At home though in heinz field. I expect the steelers to win that. The bengals come to heinz field. Then you go to lamb about to play the packers big question. Mark there if Eh rodgers will be in town. I'll get more on that later in the episode but again not a tough not easy game to go to lambeau. The broncos are coming back to heinz field. Even they played their last year. Maybe a little revenge game for of guys on that team. There were banged up. It was early in the season and they did not look good. You've got the seahawks coming to town. That's another potential loss. Then you go to the browns. The bears visit the lions visit. That should be a win there. The bears depends on really whose quarterback how they're looking in those first few games. That could be a possible. Justin fields game But then you gotta kind tough stretch here with division opponents and you go to la to play. The chargers who i think are going to be really good and going to be good at on all different levels of their team. I truly think you go to cincinnati where they lost last year the ravens come to visit. Then you go to minnesota. The titans come to heinz field yet to visit the chiefs. You play the browns and the ravens to cap off the season. That's not an easy game. Got chargers yet chargers vikings titans chiefs for very competitive teams and then all surrounded by division games. So that's gonna be a tough and stretch of the year and considering how they left off their season last year. I just don't see that ending. Well now you still have some talent on offense you still do. You got chase klay pool trying to take another step. He came onto the scene. Hot in twenty twenty. He was catching a lot of touchdowns but he really fizzled off. In the second half of last year now that receiving core overall is still really solid. I it's one of the leaks deepest in terms of one to three best three guys but the consistency is not there. You got deonte johnson who. He showed a lot of promise but he had some serious issues last year and it was almost a mental thing for him at some points. And then you've got But towards the end of the year. Donna johnson was one of the only receivers that big ben trusted and i think he has the most potential out of any of those guys in terms of overall talent because he really just has like game breaking speed. The big playability. The he has. I think is huge. Then you've also got to factor in that juju. It's coming back as well. That was a big deal off. Season him deciding to stay in. Pittsburgh was a big deal so another year with him in a big ben but rather burgers always thrived behind. Great offensive line's now and that may not be a case next year for a thirty nine year old quarterback in his last year..

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"donna johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Therapists, and they're not getting into what did you go through? It's just two kids who are loving each other and supporting each other and making each other feel. Okay. Ava, how you been, Uh, tachyons Mother, Donna Johnson agrees. I just think that the friendship is like a safe haven for both of them. We know how to in Iraq with her, and I think that's how they just been friends was the long No. Tai Shan, who loves video games is careful not to discuss violence or expose Eva to sudden noises. I don't have a lot of stuff around her like because I don't want her to have Bad thoughts all like bad memories about what happened to her. He knows how that feels. It's kind of easier for him to understand that it is for like Other people don't understand how That really affects people and he was really affected by it, too. Yeah, he gets it. Eva's pet parakeets also help they help me like normalized noise. Cox says Eva isn't alone in dealing with this kind of trauma. Proximity to gun violence has long term effects on lots of kids. It can be devastating to a child's development. They have more heart disease. They have more cancer, stronger likelihood of having things like diabetes, all sorts of illnesses that actually shorten their lives just because they're living in proximity. To this epidemic. Eva doesn't want other Children to go through what she has. So in 2017, she wrote to President Trump. I told him that we need to change some stuff about like safety for kids put like better quality fences around schools put more security cameras. Stuff like that. And I understand he wrote you back. Yeah, He said that him and his wife are sorry to hear the loss of your friend Jacob. It is my goal as president to make sure that Children American girl opposite environments, giving them the best opportunity to realize their full potential. Did that satisfy you? No, not enough. Eva plans to write to President Biden to tie Sean remains skeptical. I can't say really anything to be done about that because everybody is not going just up and give They're going away. Tyson's mother, Donna believes it's up to her to keep him safe amid continued violence in their neighborhood is starts at home. The parents I protect my son. He's not going to ever go through any of this stuff that the normal Southeast kid goes through because I'm going to make sure that passion to tell you like Mom why you gotta be so difficult. It's not me being difficult. It's me loving. You need protecting you. Me making sure that you're okay. I can't allow. I can't When it comes to making sure kids are okay. Too many kids lack access to adequate mental health care, says Cox. Hi, Sean. Especially as a great example. He.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And then still a Z go along the south coast and down into the cave. It's still bright, but that cloud mass moving at us from the South and West. But it's also Sonny full sunshine, New York City, So I think some of that dryer air pushes are way too. So maybe a back and forth day David or I'm sorry, Charlie. We had too many. David's on the morning Something point, Charlie. We're looking at temperatures up to around 55 to 60 as we get into the afternoon temperatures tonight colder as it'll clear out twenties inland on low to mid thirties and then probably closer to 40 near the water's edge. And back up into the mid fifties on pad tomorrow, with sunshine closer to 50 on Sunday, Still mostly sunny rain and wind get to be a big problem. Later on Monday into Tuesday, here in Boston, I thank you with meteorologist. See DeVore WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Dean. Where is that storm that big storm coming Monday into Tuesday. Coming from? Well, it's down along the Gulf Coast. You'll see people talk about a lot of rain there and then it cuts up the main part of the storm just to east of Detroit and give me a lot of snow. Detroit Cleveland, western Pennsylvania were on the rainy side. And then I think he was barrelling up into Canada and wraps that cold air around. So it's a cutter storm. First that we've seen in this thing that cuts up to our West. But yes, no, that least will be held. It looks like into the great Lakes with this one. Just rain and wind for us. Thank you. Dean 45 degrees this morning in Arlington needed at 43 degrees student at 47. Here in Boston, with the cloud cover were also at 47 degrees at 8 56 and extra Special holiday for one family. What he Swan. His wife, Janice, and their daughter, Donna Johnson say they have a lot to be thankful for this year with Woody and Janice contracted covert 19. For Woody. It resulted in a serious.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To seven. So There's also some fog is you head down towards the south coast of Massachusetts. It's cleared out in the in the inner cave. The outer cape may have some low clouds on around p town this morning, but, yeah, clear Isabel Sunshine to start some of these clouds are gonna move through. So I do think we'll go. Sunshine, mixing with some clouds, Temperatures gonna be mild again today, Charlie. I think upper fifties to near 60 in some spots. Partly cloudy, chillier overall tonight where we're going to be more clear and load of eight thirty's outlying areas. Low forties near the water Low fifties tomorrow near 50 on Sunday, really lots of sunshine and niceness this weekend for late November. Not so nice later Monday into Tuesday with a potent wind and rain storm in the offing. I thank you with meteorologist and aboard WBZ bosses NewsRadio Dina always balances out, doesn't it? Because we went for so long with some dry weather, and now rivers and streams are up and up and up. It's great. Yeah, it's a rubber band theory of meteorology. You goes one way so far, and then it snaps back. We saw that with temperatures. You know, we have that really warm spelled and that deep dive into cold Now we're kind of so little on the mild side. There's some cold stuff behind that storm early next week. It gets a lot colder The rest of next week, Charlie Good deal right now. In Newton, it is 37 degrees Newburyport at 39. Degrees Brockton. Also a 39. And here in Boston 43 degrees at 7 26 in this portion of the news brought to you by The Prime motor group. It's an extra special holiday for one family. What he Swan. His wife, Janice, and their daughter, Donna Johnson say they have AH lot to be thankful. For this year, Both Woody and Janice contracted covert 19 and for Woody, it resulted in a.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Natick and framing him the pike is looking good between the Metro West Area in downtown David Straka. Lino WBZ traffic on the threes. And now here is the four day WBZ AC, you weather forecasts. Good morning, meteorologist in DeVore. We're hearing all about this fog this morning. Yes. What happened overhead? The skies cleared out, then allowed the low clouds and fog to really start to move in, And there's a little bit of a breeze. So it's kind of rolling around a bit this morning. So where you have it? It could be locally dense and dangerous. Just allow some extra time because it's gonna be one of those mornings. I think if you're going over Say, 2030 miles distances. You could get some very differing problems here this morning Later today, when the sun's up, we will see a few breaks of sun later today into the afternoon and evening temperatures upper fifties to near 60 and then partly cloudy, low forties. Tonight more sunshine not is mild, but not bad for the last weekend of November. I think we'd I'll take this. On most November weekends Load a bit fifties for Saturday and Sunday will will be pretty bad is later Monday into Tuesday. Sherry it looks like a really potent wind and rain maker on the way Gus 40 to 50 MPH will keep an eye on it as we go through the weekend itself. Thank you by the meteorologist beamed aboard WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. All right, and let's check the region right now. We have 41 in Gloucester and Peabody 38 degrees in Methuen. 41 degrees. A few clouds and fog in Boston that fog did slow me down as well this morning, so keep it safe and maybe take it a little slow on the roads. It's 5 55. It's an extra special holiday for one family. Woody Sean, his wife, Janice, and their daughter, Donna Johnson, say they have a lot to be thankful. For this year. Both Woody and Janice contracted covert 19. For Woody. It resulted in a serious hospitalization. They knows him only cold, but he has had pneumonia. And a pretty serious case of a swell he spent about 20 days away from family and away from his wife of 62 years what he was able to see his Children.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Said they They knew they could prove so they won't at least at this point, they won't be charging murder. What they have is, you know Paige Johnson was a 17 year old vanished in, uh, think it was September. Of 2010. Your family was totally distraught. I mean, you're 17 year old daughter. Ah, walks out the door. It's the last time you ever see her alive And then no information about what happened. Nobody knows what happened. There were rumors there were all these things about what could have happened to her. And and from the beginning, Jacob Bumpass. Well under the umbrella of suspicion, and that was mainly because he was the last guy who admitted he was with her said he dropped her off in Covington. But then police got hold of his phone records and his phone records told a whole different story. At the time, he said he was dropping off and coming on his phone, said he was in Florence. You know this is 15 miles away and later on in the evening at about I think it said for 13 his phone pinged off the south tower near East Fork Lake, and it pinged off it again. For 18 well that lead to huge searches out there, But the search has turned up nothing. And so years went by and every day for Donna Johnson Page Johnson's mother, This has been just just torture, waking up and not knowing what happened. Well, finally, last March, Hunter was out. He was just searching for, like, where to set up and where there might be some dear. Ah, sightings and this sort of thing. For the hunting season and he comes upon these bones. Now these bones You were right off of 32. If you're going out toward mouth or born 32 Williams down If you're driving on that road, you are not 75 yards from Page Johnson's body, so no way he could have been there and done that. Well, Look, I hear the news conference about to start. I know you've got to get going. But If something dramatic happens, please call back. But once again, we're blessed to live in interesting times. Brian Hamrick. Thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you, Mr Am That's Brian. That's Brian hammering of the power of five. Let's continue with more. Your reaction. 513749 £7000 simply Pound on 700 Reds Baseball kicks off About 5 40 tonight. First pitch about 6 40 The Reds you goto 500 tonight have to beat the Kansas City Royals. Thank God They're not playing the Kansas City Chiefs. They're playing the Royals tonight. News Radio 700 WLW 700 wlw, not.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"She looks over glasses Go. I expect so. Well, maybe I'm naive, but I haven't seen sexual activity. Between judges and lawyers to my knowledge, except if they're married. Maybe I've just been doing this job too long. And that's where, But but no, we certainly coming out now in ways that it never came out before, you know. And we're seeing prosecutions and people in court and ah and you know It. Maybe it didn't happen before because people just just knew better. But I just feel like people just didn't get caught. I think people are people and people do what people do. And I just think That they probably have always been people. You know, You got to get to the news conference about the shooting there. The guy the alleged drug dealer is going to survive. Give me a minute or two on what happened with Paige Johnson allegedly Picked up in Covington, allegedly murder didn't die of natural causes. I don't think and remains were found in Clermont County. Tell the American people the latest on that. Well well. The charges are abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence and that's what prosecutors said they They knew they could prove so they won't at least at this point, they won't be charging murder. What they have is, you know Paige Johnson was a 17 year old vanished in, uh, think it was September. Of 2010. Your family was totally distraught. I mean, you're a 17 year old daughter. Ah, walks out the door. It's the last time you ever see her alive And then no information about what happened. Nobody knows what happened. There were rumors there were all these things about what could have happened to her and from the beginning. Jacob Bumpass. Well under the umbrella of suspicion, and that was mainly because he was the last guy who admitted he was with her, said he dropped her off in Covington. But then police got hold of his phone records and those phone records told a whole different story. At the time, he said he was dropping off and Covington his phone said he was in Smores. You know, this is 15 miles away and later on in the evening at about, I think it said for 13 his phone pinged off a cell tower near East Fork Lake and then pinned off it again. For 18 well that lead to huge searches out there, But the search has turned up nothing. And so years went by and every day for Donna Johnson Page Johnson's mother, This has been just just torture, waking up and not knowing what happened. Well, finally, last March, Hunter was out. He was just searching for, like, where to set up and where there might be some dear. Ah, sightings in this sort of thing. For the hunting season and he comes upon these bones. Now these bones You were right off of 32. If you're going out toward mouth or born 32 Williams down, If you're driving on that road, you were not 75 yards from Page Johnson's body, so no way he could have been there and done that. Well, Look, I hear the news conference about to start. I know you've got to get going. But If something dramatic happens, please call back. But once again, we're blessed to live in interesting times. Brian Hamrick. Thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you, Mr Cunningham. That's Brian. That's Brian hammering of the power of five. Let's continue with more. Your reaction. 513749 £7000 simply Pound on 700 Reds Baseball kicks off About 5 40 tonight. First pitch about 6 40 The Reds you goto 510. I have to beat the Kansas City Royals. Thank God they're not playing the Kansas City Chiefs. Playing the Royals tonight..

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"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They've been working with Covington Police in my office hand in hand. Um, we met with Donna Johnson and their family early on when we had after we had all met and decided that we thought the Claremont County had a case that they could make. We met with Donna let her know what was coming. And then she was also informed today by the Claremont County prosecutor's Office assistant as they had in fact, secured that indictment of Mr Bumpass. In your experience, Rob What? What is it like dealing with? You know, parents that you know they have the kids or their family members go missing And what is it like dealing with them when when they're looking for just they want closure is what I always hear. Right? What does that process like? It's gotta be maddening for those folks they know. The answer, but they still want that prove correct. Everybody wants to know what happened to their loved one. Whether it's a child or whether it's in the adult. Anytime somebody loses a loved one for any reason that's incredibly painful, but Not knowing what happened to your loved one, not knowing for certain that they were deceased. That's a living hell, really. And you know, that's the reason why we didn't have charges for the longest time against Mr Bumpass until we found pages remains is because we couldn't prove that she was, in fact, you know, especially somebody that age theoretically, they could've run away. They could've been Living the good life on a beach somewhere and just didn't want to be found. But that's certainly not what we suspected all along that we expected about playing criminal conduct. And sure enough, that's what we forgot. Alright, That's what we've got. I'm sorry, but, um, you know, ultimately it's torture for the family to go through. They want to begin the healing process. They still have a very long road. Oh, in this case, because it's going to be a long, painful process to go through re living. All of these memories about losing page again, But, you know, ultimately, one day hopefully we will get some semblance of justice for Donna Johnson, her family and they're lost. Paige. You know, Rob, I I had never thought about that. Because this this bump is character has always been the prime suspect here, right? I mean, Yeah, absolutely. And but I never even thought about the fact you actually have to prove the girl is deceased. That's right, and especially somebody that age on older person somebody like Bill Cunningham's age, they go missing and you just assumed, um, something bad happened. They died of natural causes or whatever. That could be a possibility. But when somebody pages age goes missing, there's any number of things that could have done that could have run away from home. They could have found a new A love interest or something like that and decided to make themselves disappear. Those are all different kinds of things. Defense attorneys would certainly argue, if if you brought somebody up on criminal charges without a body, but that really the break in the case was when pages remains for found they were found in a location we always suspected because of cell phone evidence in the case that they might be found. It was a very vast area. You know, cell phone technology back then, is not what it was now. Now. Smartphones tend to put people in specific GPS locations. You can nail somebody's location down to probably a few 100 yards back then we're talking about a number of square miles that we were looking and everybody was always concentrating on the state park. That's out that direction because that was a logical place. It turns out, we weren't too far off, but just not looking exactly in the right spot. With that. We'll let you go. Rob Sanders. We know you've got a press conference coming up. We really appreciate you talking to us. Thanks, guys. Good to talk to you Have a great day. Nice things. Can county prosecutor Rob Sanders. That's great. It's great to see some closure. Like you said. I'm happy for that family and well. As happy as you can be under the circumstances, But at least you know what's going on. Here is a close.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're worried about everybody that you ever came in contact with why would you even bother going outside and then rodeo goer Chad Bushnell says the county only has had a few cases and therefore they should be allowed to gather all these people are seen each other in a long time I think I forces rodeo rodeo fan and I just couldn't be around so my friend allowed I think that's gonna make everybody bring the mothers the other for mother's day so this is again sound I've been talking about this kind of the differences between the rural counties and the more urban counties where we see a lot of cases the rural counties are like we don't have any cases here why should we not be allowed to reopen right at but we have seen our first case over the weekend in Taylor County they didn't have any and now there's at least one that says gonna say the big word we need to add on to the end of we don't have any cases yet yeah yeah yeah so here's a rodeo attentive got one more clip and this is Donna Johnson and he said the residents should be able to gather if they choose all right now and doesn't want to fire for some reason okay but you can imagine what he's saying there that they should be able to go if they want to speaking of rodeos a coming up in at six forty seven our segment will feature a small town untouched by time authentic western town you want to step back in time before cars OS yes we're gonna visit there coming up at six forty seven all right and coming up next we're going to get to the top stories the day passengers on Amtrak are gonna need masks dozens of people who work for a California National Park also we're hearing are being evicted from their employee housing society and this morning thirty one states will have partially re opened for going to have a full report on that coming up in about three or four minutes from now on news ninety three point one K. F. P. K. were live everywhere on the I heart radio back stay connected at.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Disobey those quarantine rules the World Health Organization says a drug made by the firm Gilead is showing signs that it could be effective against corona virus the drug is already available it would not be a cure but a treatment clinical trials are now taking place and results could be available within weeks but Donna Johnson and Johnson and Glaxo Smith Kline are also working on vaccines president trump tells a news conference in India that we need to keep terrorist groups like ISIS from growing once again is there more than what I've done and but I at the same time Russia should do it arranging to her actions do hi sue you should do you know we're in a different part of the world we're doing and everybody says you are the only ones who can do as well at some point these other countries I mean a range of do it I ran hates ISIS vice president Mike pence will make two stops in Michigan today he's about to speak at the Michigan farm bureau in Lansing and then he'll hit for a late afternoon rally at Detroit Marriott hotel ahead of Saturday's South Carolina primary and a TV debate Democrat Bernie Sanders is talking about his chances in November if he gets the democratic nomination if you look at just polls that came out a few days ago on Sunday that was CBS I am beating trump in Michigan beating trump in Pennsylvania beating trump in Wisconsin I think we're tied in Florida federal authorities are joining local law enforcement for a neighborhood approach to fighting crime a new collaboration between the Detroit police the FBI ATF in the Wayne County prosecutor called project safe neighborhoods is rounding up the worst repeat offenders in the night precinct for example there was a twenty eight percent drop in shootings and a ten percent decline in homicides when this program was put into effect according to U. S. attorney Matthew Schneider in an effort to continue this downward trend officials are using outdoor advertising and the electronic media to spread the message that gun crimes come with even tougher prison sentences can wriggle ski W. J. R. news state basketball plays Iowa on W. J. R. tonight broadcast time is six the New Jersey Devils are at the red wings tonight at little Caesars the Dow is down to thirty four W. J. R. news I'm Decatur more with Frank Beckmann in two minutes this is Maria Monti tax partner from metro Detroit accounting firm should del rock with our weekly tax tip for business owners are you in metro Detroit business selling products to out of state customers you may be required to report income and pay sales tax in other states due to the.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On ESPN one thousand and ESPN that Donna Johnson thanks so much for your time Hey at my place and I think you have a absolutely so you're you're doing these post games of listen over the years on the stream and I hear from cowboys fans they're not happy about what's going on with the this team how would you characterize the ebb and flow of the season why this roll coated been crazy man you have the beginning of the season with a win the first three games but everybody was church with about the schedule be involved in easy if they haven't had it has and then they lose a really close game in New Orleans and then they go to the JFK may lose that game in the worst possible fashion for the yes it's just a terrible team so you want to talk about a roller coaster ride that's what it's been but it's been mostly going up you're anticipating look going to happen going down it's one of those things where it was funny that you mention the spider man being before I came all because that's exactly what it is it's one of those Hey we're looking at the same type of team because you had such high expectations of both teams come later this year and they have both failed but the difference is with Dallas the division is so bad that he could lose to Chicago beat Philadelphia maybe win another game against Washington indices and ate and ate and still win this debate and it's so bad and that's a playoff spot so a lot of fans don't want to hear that because they just think that this team is not good enough to even when a game in the playoffs but you quoted parts sales before came on our poll Portales again that's all you want is a chance in the turn of it that's it so if that's what it is the creation and you're winning the division that's down by women have you gained that's what you have to do you want to twelve teams that have the shot at winning the Superbowl and that's pretty much all that matters when it gets down to it Donovan the one of the things I like about dak Prescott when I watch as press conferences is if you are Jerry Jones or fewer in the front office so the cowboys you like how he represents the team you know rocking the boat is just going to give you Russell Wilson that regard to just like Greta giving you that the team speak he's not going to go off script he is not going to cause a stir but when you take a look at his play will talk enough about press got as far as his play you seen every snap of him with the cowboys would you place Prescott among some the it's quarterbacks in the league hello I that is the interesting question and we'll debate that all the time because his first year in the league when they won thirteen games it was almost basically are saying you know what they cater to call for him but he did well and they kind of limited the play book so as a rookie fourth rounder you wouldn't go in and make the mistakes the kill the team and then all of a sudden you win thirteen games to make the playoffs in it Hey Matt this quarterback is pretty good every please available for many struggle a little bit its second year but now he spotted his room has been formed this year and take away the buffalo game and I think he was maybe in the conversation as far as being an MVP candidate that this season this year with this improve it but he did not have a good game in buffalo in the stats may tell you otherwise but he was not show up at all not the quarterback now that we're expecting out of that you know before another team would say in order to stop the cab was you have to stop the run and that's not what they're saying this year they stand Hey you have to stop the path because his quarterback is capable of going out there and winning games for this team that's how much he developed and I don't think Jason Garrett gets enough credit in that that's the one subject everyone around here they want they want Jason Garrett gone there was a fourth round draft pick and Jason Garrett as the former quarterback he gets zero credit with word that has where he is right now and improvement in his game so it's one of those to where I think at the beginning of the season we will say he was middle of the pack as a quarter is an NFL quarterback now I think he is at the bottom of the top ten which is nothing that's not here nothing to sneeze at you know in the top ten quarterback in the league and I think you look at his plate I don't think anyone can deny the fact that he has improved his game especially after your number two weeks ago a little step back Donovan Lewis talk shows from the ticket in Dallas with me Jonathan hood on under the hood on ESPN one thousand ESPN app I'm it's scratching question Donna when it comes to Amari Cooper understand his splits from home to road like it he's very comfortable eighteen T. but what is like a for the fifth string do do it on the road can you explain why Cooper's inconsistent this year boy I wish we could and I think a lot of people may point to the game plan is because with the cowboys throughout which he's quite odd why would you have a game plan that wouldn't include the one of the most dangerous weapons you have on the field it is not about it is a head scratcher you kind of get back around here and wonder why he struggles so much on the road is it because the whole team is just focused on taking him out of the game plan to make another people be you but if you're visiting he come in is eighteen T. stadium why would you do the same thing it is it is a little for you to think that he is almost nonexistent on the road and and for this team to try to catch fire and tried to get hot in maybe get into a role get older role going to the playoffs he's going to have to do a lot better on the road they need him as a as a huge part of the game plan in order to be successful you know to this you need a lot of help right I mean this is Amanda you think you think the gear talk is hot and metroplex you come up here do some shows for a couple weeks he entrevistas twenty four seven Mitch I'm telling you right now there's now here's the thing now about much risking out on another Stravinsky truth there's you to you right on your show you use that service and then there's some that say now all we could do a lot better and so because in you know what it is it's all about that draft class like he's he's not to Sean Watson he's not Patrick homes he was drafted so high in so people would have that expectation that if your driver that high in you should be as good on parcels of the guys not the case sold out you notice you need help soul it Vander ashes banged up heat is banged up words banged up on that defense do you see the birds being able to take advantage with some of those guys being out you know I do because this cap with the things you want to talk about head scratches about Amari Cooper in his home world split might hit the pound sometimes with the defense because overall very they're good but there are times when they need to help this offense and they seems like the majority of the time they can't get the job done the cowboys are last in the league average starting field position that means this defense can't turn the other team hoping to get this all star the so it's good at this office is then it is really good at I do believe that with the number one offense in the league but if you constantly ask it this office to drive seventy five eighty eighty five yards every single time you're gonna have some failures from this office no matter how good it is and when you we go to training camp for couple weeks every year out in Oxnard California ask the defensive coaches do you use arcane you each tornal tool man they all say yes so now you're wondering okay so why the heck can't account was get kernels they have four interceptions this year as a team that's it they can't get the ball away from the other team and I know to be a struggle with turnovers here next season but if the Cavaliers aren't getting them do not allow that offers the free with the ball up and down the field without any worries about the other team taking it away and that is a big plus all the office when you have a defense out on the field that can't get colonel this and I don't know what it is I don't know now they're pressing because they can't get any but close good evening to see even when the defense gets to stop you know what the other team hot they flipped the field and the office has to goalie get a touchdown so what I think they have to really really good players on the heat there are times when they really really needed this defense stop to make a stop a get a turnover that those critical times they just couldn't do it Donna Lewis from the ticket in Dallas which Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand and the U. S. B. F. as we get ready for the bears and cowboys up your post games right here on ESPN one thousand the game goes final are right here on the home all of our peers coverage okay so I say the best for last no that would give it to the top I I get we went to the number I want to say this will let me get comfortable because I want to hear some Garrett that's why would I put it at the end all purpose aroma you look as well yeah it's not about your cause okay so there's a couple things going through my mind regarding here because if for someone to last in the job so long with fury Jones there is a comfort there where he feels that he can implement some things and say some things and maybe almost and I want to manipulate but I think you can also almost come that far by saying you know I I respect your it but I've got some things I want to be able to put in other coaches may not tolerate some things that Jerry puts out there with his head coach bill so there's a comfortable feeling I think Jerry has with Garrett that you might not have with someone else so right I know that there is geared fatigue in in Dallas fort worth and I and I totally get it I understand it but here's the question question is is that when he when jury made his comments saying that he's going to coach in the league next year and then so much there was gonna be Dallas that sounds like it's going to be like the giants or Carolina someplace else to do you get that read I did it I think there are certain parameters for Gary let the river he has to reach in order to retain its job because there's not going to be a one year extension all right through your extension if you retain Garrett next year go below four five year deal and I think the fans around here would go nuts if you had to sit around and think about another four five years it's Jason Garrett team under cheese again we've been sold all year long man at training camp everything that this team has the talent to win the.

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"donna johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:37 min | 3 years ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"McDougall. His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. John so many things to talk with you about. But I want to pick your brain again about your book the starched solution. I mean, this is contrary to what so many other dietitians say tell us about this. I mean, you say, you know, eat potatoes rice pasta, and you'll be fine. Go ahead. Well, I think the opportunity up there. It's a very simple thing that people can prove themselves, whether they're religious followers, whether they're epidemiologists saw geographers historians. It doesn't make any difference. If you look back over human history. What you find is that all large successful populations of people have a pain the ball because they're Keller's starch. Well, we're talking about here. Offi successful. Like, for example, the. The aspects Mayans were noticed. The people of corn corn for thirteen centuries. They fought battles they competing athletic events. They reproduce children for thirteen hundred years on a diet based on corn. You look at the Incas. There's a population that lived up potatoes, except when they were at the battle. Then they took key wa because it was like, Jerry, let me take a look at the Asians, even in our memory. George ninety percent of the diet of an Asian typically, we think of as rice, that's right? And we could go off online. There's an undeniable historical epidemiological fact that no one can get around. And that is that all large successful populations of people throughout all of their fiber. History have paid the bulk of their Keller's from starch. So why all of a sudden have we become carnivores? You know, why have what we all of a sudden BI? Become omnivores that can eat any basically anything, you know there. There is a diet. That's best suits people cod trade what a lot of people associated with me. And my name that doesn't necessarily have to be vegan diet is a matter of fact, I go to great effort to tell people that I'm not of the what I do is. I tell people that they should have paid the bulk of their Keller's starch how much well typically issued before nineteen eighty ninety percent of their diet with white rice ninety percent of the food. Now, you got white rice terrible terrible, excuse me. White rice it okay for the Japanese during World War Two. And in Vietnam. The rice eaters. Made a notable challenge to power didn't they so, you know, you can't stand back and deny all of history all geography all of religious teachers, and basically all the sides and go and say that we are supposed to have died of breed butter cheese, or how how does science go against what you say in Intel people, you know, if you're pre diabetic stay away from rice, and pastas and all the stuff totally contrary to what you're saying. Why do they do this? Well, it's also contrary to what the three search says the basic research was done before the nineteen eighties. When we had researchers such a guy named Percival hymns worth did the basic studies on the effect of food on blood sugar or his project. Yaw Shirley Sweeney. Nineteen twenty seven publicist result. On his medical students where he took healthy medical students. Any fed a diet that was very high in fat, and they became all the became diabetic. And then he fed a diet. It was like eighty ninety percent sugar and all remained non diabetic so him worth. He published. I mean, this is the father diabetes, he publishes work in the British medical journal as best and finest article in nineteen forty the debate should have been over. Then in nineteen forty went. He made his publication hymns worth did. But you know, for most of the reasons all them, the economical somehow the truth has been lost. I'll have to say George since nineteen eighty which allow things happen. Then we had CNN news worldwide. News, disseminates information and travel excetera. A lot of things happened in nineteen eighty but in nineteen eighty the the food industry. I figured out that they had to fight hard to maintain their position. And this is based largely upon what happened in nineteen sixty four which is when Luther Terry the surgeon general the United States surgeons house report on smoking and health. He basically Luther Terry single handedly put tobacco industry out of business in the US. We went from us smokey population of half the people to wear a few of the clinic percent of the people in the US now smoke now the food industry. They saw this happen to big alcohol and to big tobacco. And they said to never gonna let this happen to them. So what they started doing in the nineteen eighties. Starting buying the research. They bought the researchers, and they bought them with contracts stipulated that they wouldn't be allowed to publish the data and less the funding company approved of the results. I mean, that's how they started out. They sent their lobbyists. They sent their money. They did everything they could to not end up like big tobacco at sad to say, George. They have one today they shouldn't have won because nineteen seventy seven the dietary goals who put up by George McGovern, which again was the Waterloo for the food industry. There was the time when everything should have changed like did with big tobacco. But it did not know it did not. In fact, they were smart enough, the food industry course, they're far bigger than back were all industries. They were smart enough. And they realized the threat was so serious that they had to put every possible effort behind keeping the product selling even to the point of lying to the public which brings us to the topic that I hope excited you in terms of having me again on guest, which I very much appreciate and that's the subject of Johnson and Johnson. Beat sued over baby powder. That you were the whistle blower. How did that happen? Well, let me tell you I established the importance many listeners may have left. This piece of news go by so many horrible things happening in the world today. This is just a minor one. It may put Johnson Johnson company out of business of the projections are as high as forty seven billion dollars. I lost it just consider last year. Twenty two women filed a lawsuit which resulted in a four point bay dollar award. A twenty two women who sue Johnson's Johnson last year got twenty two billion dollars or four point seven billion dollars the lawsuit. Well, call I suppose this it was a rather innocent thing, I was just finishing residency training in Hawaii was at the John burns school of medicine. And there were a lot of newspaper articles be published at that time about the aspects. In the school room walls, and how the workers shipyard workers during World War Two were exposed to specis and all the sickness, Bob. The lung cancers called net deal most, you'll variant cancers, stomach cancers, etc. They were terribly learned about this. So what I did as an innocent young doctor is I wrote a letter to the editor of the Honolulu advertiser star bulletin, and I said, why are you so upset about the school room walls and shipyard workers when every day in the state of Hawaii people are eating a million pounds tons. I have no idea what the correct figure is of aspects every day on their telco rice. Now, George I waited for a month for that letter to the drill here and in never appeared. So I called the associate editor, and I said, where's my toil? He said what we what upset? People. Nesta's which we believe is true, by the way. So anyways, I got off the phone. I call George Chaplin who happened to be the editor for advertisers, star-bulletin time and short started having the simple conversation. Finally got around to me asking him a very important question are you on newspaper. What is your job is it to defend businesses or to defend the people will white and George Chaplin, Mr. chaplain? He agreed that they weren't fulfilling their paper in other words, telling both sides of the story. So what they did next George is. They got the rice industry side of the story. And this is what always done. Yeah. You get somebody tries to tell the truth, even he's a maverick. Even if he doesn't agree with establishment what they do is the dairy industry or meat industry or car industry, tobacco or whatever. They get their spin doctors working again again upon them. Yep. Really? They just have all the resources they have. The money. All we have is truth in success. So what they did is they published an article I ask your producers to put that that are up. It was in the nineteen seventy eight I have a copy not saved by the from the fire. Dr Jack I had to get it from the advertiser. And they say, well, they still had the archives. So I asked produces to put that article up where there's a debate over aspects being Intel code rice, and they brought in the rights company telling you know, basic saying, I was a liar. I was uninformed and etc. You know, the usual contra attack. So I was act Mr. chaplain. And I said you don't even though your newspaper you try to be fair. You haven't told the truth? He says well you prove that there's s bestest in the rice in Hawaii. See what they do is to make white rice. You have to take the Colonel off. So you it from broad rice into white rice and that lease at Balmoral to vermin which eat up the white rice, so to protect the rice from deterioration from moles, etc. What they do is it with glucose and tell. Folk. So what people don't realize Johnson's out. The lawsuit is brought out. And in fact, most of the attorneys that have been on the defensive side pointed out that you cannot mind tell without mining ESTES and baby powder is Telcom powder. So the way it works is this is the mineral is actually they'd be better off, by the way with cornstarch wouldn't they well probably glucose, the both chemically both of the same one some more for which is called tell the other is the fibers form, which is called specis. You cannot mind help without mining s. Bessis matter of fact, they estimate man of fibers particles in every tiny bit of rice consumed now the hope anyway. I had to prepare. I was starving resident making twelve thousand dollars a year. And I had to prove that there was s best to the in the Tel authorize in Hawaii. So I hired by higher because there couldn't afford them. But they were willing to volunteer their services three independent laboratories they went to various stores in Hawaii and bought rice in every single sample. They found aspects in huge Omar guard. Now, they printed that and that's the second article. I sent to your producers if they knew socials wanna put it up on your website, which is by the way, next website, put up your website. So they could see these articles that were written. But the bottom line. This is whole thing George this within a year. You could no longer by tell coated rice. Remember, this is forty one years ago was this all over the country just Hawaii that they're selling the stuff. Nope. This is the end line of the story within a year. The you could no longer by tell coated rice in Hawaii, California or Puerto Rico. They never were hell coated rice disappeared from the marketplace in nineteen eighty one year after I wrote the articles now it's says in the lawsuits against awesome Johnson. Does they've known for forty years about the presence of aspects Intel. It's always there. It's never not. They've known about that for forty years. And they've lied about it. They've covered it up. That's the danger. And now they're paying a price. You say the stock market, which is most interesting. What's going on says that the losses to Donna Johnson could be as high forty seven billion dollars almost as much as the cost? I survived the wildfires in to whoever their insurance company is gonna probably go out of business too. Well. Well, the thing is is industry will do anything. And again, we're gonna have something this is not a conspiracy just business. And what you wanna do is is you wanna make your product as favorables possible to the consumer. Of course, even if involved wine high in the facts and the death of thousands of people from. Ovarian cancer stomach cancer and diseases associated known to be caused by SPF. And I see these methods Lioma commercials for law firms all over the place these days..

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"donna johnson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

06:56 min | 3 years ago

"donna johnson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"A good time. Nice experience, discord dot L N. Donna Johnson telling us about a libertarian group on Reddit slash libertarian slash libertarian that was taken over. But when was this story published because this current guy they're talking about twentieth? I believe okay. One of the they're saying that a bunch of right wingers were brought in to moderate this group on Reddit and that caused problems. Yeah. I don't know where it stands now. Because again, this is a little bit here because a little bit out of date. But. Read it is you know, has some interesting replies. Generally read it says it's working against users who violate its policies, but then it had no specific policy of banner and banning moderators of band sub reds from continuing to moderate elsewhere. The company did point to research, which suggests that banning groups might improve their participants behavior as they're forced to move to new sub. It's we are very clear in our site-wide policies on the behaviors that are prohibited on Reddit, including content that encourages or incites violence threatens harasses were bullies spokeswoman told mother Jones at an Email if a user or separated is in violation of these policies, then we will pursue appropriate enforcement actions. So this is an article from mother Jones about they actually wrote an article in mother Jones, I don't believe that the article the own knowing you know, what actually yes. Yes. It is. Okay. Yeah. Mother Jones wrote an article about a libertarian sub Reddit being rated. By right wingers, mother Jones. And I think it's is it Slater is the other one that begins with a s spend a lot of time worrying about libertarians. And there's it's for very good reason. I remember I sat with a senior staffer from Cory Booker next to him on a train some years ago. Twenty twenty politician. Yes. Senator two thousand twelve I can't remember what what year it was. It was not too long ago. Yeah. And he said he's not worried about Republicans because they have a demographic problem. They're dying off you mean, dying off and running off people who aren't white as quickly as possible is basically his his ass rotation. I don't think it's entirely untrue. The Republican party needs some rebranding pretty quickly. As I say that as a Republican. However, he's he's worried about the libertarians not big L libertarians. He's not worried about libertarian party. He's worried about people who are libertarian and what what's going to happen with them. Because my guess is liberals don't like libertarians because they can't argue against them, particularly. Well, it's not easy to bring on factual arguments. And then put them put them to the pavement. And that's what the the complaint really is. Well, libertarians the real ones tend to come from a position of principle and Republicans don't have principles. They're just going for whatever. Rush Limbaugh said or whatever Hannity said, look, you look at people who identify as libertarian and in the political sphere. They're the smartest people in the room. Sorry that might be true. It's the truth. They've done more than one study has shown it. Royal people in the room. But it doesn't matter. Suco who cares? Well, I mean, it does matter when it comes to running political candidate. You wanna shame and ignore the smartest people in the in the discourse, you get what you deserve. And that's what happens all the time. Both sides will look, but it does matter when it comes to running politicians because if all you've got us a bunch of awkward people who cannot speak, you know, in front of a group of people or put two words together, her whatever you got a huge problem underhand, and may be the smartest politician, but they're not the right one to get elected. You know, what I mean to not going to connect with people. They don't have whatever charisma is necessary to be able to do that. So that's one of the problems libertarians run into is there. So few of them that they have a very select group from which they can even pull their political candidates because not every libertarian wants to run for office. And so therefore, you're stuck basically with a handful of that are willing to in most places and like New Hampshire where there's a larger selection. There's a larger group of libertarians from which more. Can actually run for office. Now, of course, many of them here are running as Republicans and Democrats. So. Libertarian as somebody who cares about you know, libertarian policies being implemented. You have one of three options, basically shut up and live your life attempt to get involved as a libertarian where you are and be very very frustrated at an enormous amount. A lack of success loss after loss or move to New Hampshire and be frustrated at a slightly less devastatingly large amount of of lack of success. I would say we've had tremendous success is here in new hair too. Historian, forty years of libertarian party history nationwide. We've had way more success here in New Hampshire. I'm not talking about libertarian party. I'm just talking about the libertarians as a whole. I mean, look the fact is the libertarians here, whether they'd be running as Republicans Democrats or libertarians the people here and even more so in the Keene area have had a tremendous impact on just generally all kinds of things the newspaper here, for instance, has been around libertarians long enough to actually learn what it means this year last year in in two thousand eighteen I ran for state Senate here in the Cheshire county area. And it was my first time running for state Senate, but I've run for other things and others have run for governor. Yeah. And I always do it as a as a message campaign. I don't even have any expectation to win. I just want to get the word out of the fact that you put no money into the campaign. I would never put money into politics. It's such a waste. But so the point was to get the message out the newspaper invited me in for an hour long interview. And they did this with multiple candidates. And of course, went in great opportunity. Right. And it was great. And the the question they asked were intelligent. They were informed. They were well researched. I couldn't object to anything that. They asked me. I thought they were great questions, and it gave me the excuse talk about some very principle voluntary is views and towards the end they pointed out that hey, you don't sound like the gubernatorial candidate for the libertarian party because they'd had her into that same rate and asked her similar questions and noted that she gave much less libertarian sounding answers, in fact in their essay or their editorial where they endorsed the democrat for governor this year, the local newspaper, really they actually call out. They actually called out the libertarian candidate for governor. Who's.

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"Nice experience, discord dot L Aren. Donna johnson. You're telling us about a libertarian group on Reddit slash libertarian or slash libertarian. Now was extensively taken over. But what was this story published because this current guy they're talking about twentieth? I believe December. Okay. The they're saying that a bunch of right wingers were brought in to moderate this group on Reddit and that caused some problems. Yeah. I don't know where it stands now. Currently because again, this is a little bit better because a little bit out of date, but read it is, you know, has some interesting replies. Generally, I guess read it says it's working against users violent its policies, but that had no specific policy of banner and banning moderators of band submarine. It's from continuing to moderate elsewhere. The company did point to research, which suggests that banning groups might improve their participants behavior as they're forced to move to new sub rights. We are very clear on our site wide policies on the behaviors that are prohibited on Reddit, including content that encourages or incites violence threatens harasses were bullies arrested spokeswoman told mother Jones at an Email if a user or separate it is in violation of these policies than we will pursue appropriate enforcement actions. So this is an article from mother Jones about they actually wrote an article in mother Jones, I don't believe that the article the own knowing you know, what actually yes. Yes. It is. Okay. Yeah. Mother Jones wrote an article about a libertarian sub read it being rated by right wingers, mother Jones. And I think it's. Slater's the other one that'd be spend a lot of time worrying about libertarians. And there's it's for very good reason. I remember I sat with a senior staffer from Cory Booker next to him on a train some years ago. Twenty politician. Yes. Senator two thousand twelve I came remember what year it was. It was not too long ago. Yeah. And he said he's not worried about Republicans because they have a demographic problem. They're dying off you mean, dying off and running off people who aren't white as quickly as possible is basically as his ascertain. I don't think it's entirely untrue. The Republican party needs some rebranding pretty quickly. As I say that as a Republican. However, he's he's worried about the libertarians not big L libertarians. He's not worried that the libertarian party. He's worried about people who are libertarian and what what's going to happen with them. Because my guess is liberals don't like libertarians because they can't argue against them, particularly well, it's not easy to bring on factual arguments. And then put them put them to the pavement. And that's what the the complaint really as well libertarians, the real ones tend to come from a position of principle and Republicans don't have principles. They're just going for whatever. Rush Limbaugh said or whatever Hannity said, look you look at people who dentistry as libertarian and in the political sphere. They're the smartest people in the room. Sorry that might be true. It's the truth. They've done more than one study has shown it. Word people in the room. But it doesn't matter. Who cares? Well, I mean, it does matter when it comes to running a political candidate. You wanna shame and ignore the smartest people in the in the discourse, you get what you deserve. And that's what happens all the time. Both sides will look, but it does matter when it comes to running politicians because if all you've got a bunch of awkward people who cannot speak in front of a group of people or put two words together, her whatever you got a huge problem on your hand. That may be the smartest politician, but they're not the right one to get elected. You know, what I mean do not going to connect with people. They don't have whatever charisma is necessary to be able to do that. So that's one of the problems libertarians run into is there. So few of them that they have a very select group from which they can even pull their political candidates because not every libertarian wants to run for office. And so therefore, you're stuck basically with a handful of them that are willing to in most places and like New Hampshire where there's a larger selection. There's a larger group of libertarians from which more can actually. We run for office. Now, of course, many of them here are running as Republicans and Democrats. So. Libertarian as somebody who cares about libertarian policies being implemented. You have one of three options, basically shut up and live your life attempt to get involved as a libertarian where you are and be very very frustrated at an enormous amount. A lack of success loss after loss or move to New Hampshire and be frustrated at a slightly less. You know, devastatingly large amount of of lack of success. I would say we've had tremendous success is here in new to else historically, forty years of libertarian party history nationwide. We've had way more success here in New Hampshire. I'm not talking about libertarian party. I'm just talking about the libertarians as a whole. I mean, look the fact is the libertarians here, whether they'd be running as Republicans Democrats or libertarians the people here and even more soon the Keene area have had a tremendous. Impact on just generally all kinds of things the newspaper here, for instance, has been around libertarians long enough to actually learn what it means this year last year in two thousand eighteen I ran for state Senate here in the Cheshire county area. And it was my first time running for state Senate, but I've run for other things and others have run for. Yeah. And I always do it as a as a message campaign. I don't have any expectation to win. I just want to get the word out of the fact that you put no money into the campaign. I would never put money into politics. It's such a waste. But so the point was to get the message out the newspaper invited me in for an hour long interview. And they did this with multiple candidates. And of course, went in great opportunity. Right. And it was great. And the the question they asked were intelligent. They were informed. They were well researched. I couldn't object to anything that. They asked me. I thought they were great questions, and it gave me the excuse talk about some very principle voluntary views and toward the end. They pointed out that hey, you don't sound like the gubernatorial candidate for the libertarian party because they'd had her into that same rate and asked her similar questions and noted that she gave much less libertarian sounding answers, in fact in their essay or their editorial where they endorsed the democrat for governor this year at the local newspaper, really they actually call. They actually called.

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