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"dr nassar" Discussed on WCPT 820
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Excellent point. Oh, absolutely. It would. It would. It's music to my ears. Yeah, I get it, Beth. Thank you. Thank you very much for that spot on Larry in Hyattsville, Maryland. what's Hey on your mind today? I was watching last night's debate and the issue about drug abuse came to forefront. I was thinking, you know, it's interesting. Isn't fentanyl an substance? Yeah. Okay. Well, it's actually, it is a prescription drug. It is used by prescription, but it's illegal to possess it without a prescription. Yes. And in most cases where people are dying, I guess it is in cases in which it's possessed illegally, right? You know, I would think that I was surmised that would be the case. Yeah, these people, one of the people made a reference to somebody who took one pill of what he thought was a painkiller, Percocet, I think. And it was fentanyl. That means that he bought it illegally, bought it in the black market. Okay. Yeah. So my take on this is that, you know, there was such a clamor about other illegal substances back in the early, oh, I don't know, mid to late 80s and 90s, and it was known as crack cocaine. And the suggested solution for that was to put, no, I'm not for taking illegal drugs in any way, shape or form. But I found it interesting in the contrast, the response that's been with regards to the fentanyl cases, as opposed to other instances in which cocaine or other drugs that are used illegally are looked at with a more of a punitive or look more in pejorative. But yet when we come to fentanyl is basically we want to treat these people or we want, nothing is talked about how these people are, should be busted for using drugs illegally and then treated like those that were using other substances that were illegal back in the day. And I've just found this entire discussion surrounding fentanyl to be very interesting and it just darted me last night that, hey, you know, isn't this an illegal substance? And if it is, why aren't they meeting this with the same punitive measures or the same, uh, or the safe jarred of manner that they did with the other drugs legally? I have an answer for you, Larry. For a long time we treated, for example, heroin and marijuana, sadly, um, as just period end of discussion. Um, and then when crack cocaine, when cocaine came along and crack cocaine and all that kind it of stuff, was like, okay, we're going to clamp down on this too. Even though cocaine is used therapeutically, it's an, it's used as an aesthetic and surgery and things like that. Um, but what happened with the opioids was because of the Hitler family pushing Oxycontin on America. We have literally millions of Americans who got addicted through their doctors and Republicans are really reluctant and with good reason. Um, you know, this is mostly a problem in the poor parts of America. I mean, West Virginia has one of the worst, worst problems per capita with drug addiction in the country. And it's because of doctors, right? And, and so they don't want to go after those people. you know, basically They, they're, they're white base and say, Oh, you know, you're, you're addicted. And these, these people are addicted, you know, but they can't get the drugs anymore because the law changed. And so now they're buying them on the street. Republicans So the have softened their tone. Now they're talking about therapy. If, if, if I'm understanding something I was actually very subtly trying to suggest that it was basically something due to race because you had these, as you said, poor communities and whatnot in and the eighties nineties black community or African American community was largely impacted by crack cocaine. And then of course there are punitive measures taken to that and mostly suburban white or upper middle class communities being are subjected to this federal abuse and the means and the methods that are used to address it are totally different. And it's somewhat to me hypocritical. I agree. I agree. And, and, but, and I'm not sure we're saying that it's something different from each other. The, the, the reason why the Republicans have shifted their policy on this toward treatment in a way from punishment is because so many white people, mostly low income white people in poor States, in red States have been ended up addicted as a result of, you know, the prescription drug crisis, the, you know, the, the, the, the oxycontin crisis. And those then are many of the people who are trying to know, buy fentanyl. fentanyl. So, you know, thus they're like, we've got to stop it from coming into the country. Quack, quack, quack, quack. Um, I, I think frankly, the solution is treatment centers. You know, we need, we need, I agree. I agree wholeheartedly. I think unfortunately we have a move to a talk about shifting paradigms. We move completely away from taking care of those that are less fortunate in this country to more harsher, punitive, uh, police state, maybe industrial complex with regards to prisons and all of that to get these, these issues done. And it unfortunately pays into, so plays into those that make large contributions. And the reality to your point, Larry, is that to a large extent, with even with fentanyl, we are still dealing with the, with drug addiction in the black community as a crime and we're largely dealing with it or trying to deal with it in the white community as an addiction. you And, know, that's a reality that we have to acknowledge. Republicans won't talk about that either, by the way. This, that same paradigm, and I guess we're not, we're not talking, we're talking along the same lines. The same should have been used for crack cocaine. I agree. You know, there are treatments for stimulant addiction as well. Larry, thanks for the call. Got to run here. We'll be back on the other side of this break with Bishop William, William J. Barber. An amazing You're listening to Tom Hartman we'll and be right I admit it. I don't always make the best food choices. And that's where field of greens helps me stay healthy. The CDC says we should all be eating six cups of fruit and veggies a day.
"dr nassar" Discussed on SuperHits 103.7 COSY-FM
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"dr nassar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"What do you make of this. Mark will just again. I feel so badly for the survivors. I believe it was allie race. Men who said it's going to take her months just to get over the experience of testifying before the committee. But i'm sure. She felt she had a duty to do that. And i would hope that The people at the very top of our judicial system will recognize their duty to to these women who have represented our country. Uh so well on an international stage but you know. I think it's also important rachel denhellender kind of typically for her. She can cut straight to the crux of an issue. But she's not just looking at abuse in gymnastics. She is talking about the ordeal of women who report sexual assaults on what they go through in all walks of life special. I mean you're talking about gold medalists world renowned women if they are not taken seriously what is everywhere else supposed to think last point mark. It's one you made with us right after the trial is that these women came forward. It's not like they're they run track where it's very clear who wins. First second and third the whole sport is a judge is judged by committees. And that's where they were incredibly brave and coming forward because when you rock the boat these committees. Don't have to take your scores your speeds. They can decide if you're a troublemaker. And not an issue out right. And i think By the time a lot of the people who had testified at the nasser sentencing they were probably done or close to done with the their gymnastics careers. But that's certainly just sort of one factor in in a system where people are sort of groomed To to to be pleasers and as you said not to rock the boat certainly not with their coach and you could extend that coach to the workplace. You could extend it certainly To communities to places of religious worship and beyond Well this may well just be the beginning. We'll see where the senate judiciary committee goes. Mark lee thank you so much reporter with the investigative team at the indianapolis star which broke the story in two thousand sixteen about dr nassar sexual abuse of gymnasts. His team helped to expose usa gymnastics failure to report allegations of sexual abuse by coaches and authorities Now he is no longer with the indianapolis star coming up as congress debates a three point five trillion dollar bill to expand the nation social safety net and to increase taxes on the rich. We look back at occupy wall street which began ten years ago today. Stay with us nine nine nine nine percent. We hear we arrived. We came to represent your wieder. Nine the nine the nine we year we arrived and we came to represent for the people for the teachers for the people if we knew that just one percent dues all two thirds of the us of a. american. Wait they like the youth away right. Commit the same crime and the west. Let them eat cake. In from saturday burke house in london they set it off over here. It's time we marched. I spent for those the happen silenced by the state they try to sign such like if the over late what i'm gonna do for my fate because you know how making 'cause you know. We feel great organized with the people organizing with the streets. Because you understand we wall street. We got beef. they take funds. They take in order jobs. If people understand that the people getting hot i got unemployment is this is on that. Signs economic times we heart and everybody knows representing the bras in the nine percent. We hear we arrived and we came to represent the nine in the bronx. Political hip hop duo rebelled performing during an occupy wall street march ten years ago in two thousand eleven. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman as congress debates a three and a half trillion dollar bill to expand the nation social safety net and to increase taxes. On the rich we look back at occupy wall street movement. How it reshaped. The national debate on economics and inequality. Yes it was. Ten years ago today. September seventeenth two thousand eleven. When occupied began democracy now was one of the only national outlets to report on the first day of the action. our producer. sam. Alcohol filed this report on saturday. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of downtown manhattan for what was described as an action to occupy wall street inspired by the popular uprisings of the arab spring and the european anti austerity movements. Add busters vancouver based culture jamming magazine. Put out a call. For saturday's protests on wall street in july the goals were various from limiting corporate contributions to political campaigns to auditing the federal reserve to challenging all of global capitalism. Protesters included seventy one year old mary ellen marino of princeton new jersey. I came because i'm upset with the fact that the bailout of wall street didn't help any of the people holding mortgages all the money went to wall street and none of it went to mainstream. we've just learned. That guy was actually asked to split up the citibank and he didn't do it in a bomb didn't do anything about it. The plan wasn't simply for a one day protest but an ongoing in creative occupation of the financial district itself organizer lorenzo serna. The ideas have an encampment. Like this isn't a one day event. We're hoping that people come prepared to say as long as they can. They can and they were there to support each other. But on saturday at for hundreds arrived. The nypd shut wall street down itself barricading activists often wall street enforcing a move to the nearby zuccotti park. Despite sometimes tense standoffs with the police hundred slept in the park and have maintained but they will stay until their demands are met two days later. Democracy now interviewed the activist anthropologist. David graber who's been credited with helping to coin occupies defining rallying call. We are the ninety nine percent he talked about how occupy then inspired by earlier protests in europe well What people are doing in europe is essentially trying to reinvent democracy. The idea is that you know. All the political parties have basically bankrupted themselves all essentially bought and sold by the financial elite. That's created this crisis there. There's no possibility of they're actually coming up with a solution and something we have to start over. People have to go into their public squares. Meet each other start talking to each other and start brainstorming ideas. I mean essentially the ideas. The system is not going to save us. We're going to have to save ourselves so we're going to try to get as many people as possible to camp in some public place and start rebuilding societies. We'd like to see how many people turned out. Well at first gonna worry to bowling green but more and more people kept showing up so i ended up helping to facilitate a meeting because at least two thousand people it was mostly young people and most of them were people gone through the educational system. Who are deeply into at and who found it completely. Impossible to get jobs. I mean these people have felt really feel very strongly that They did the right thing. They did exactly what they were supposed to. The systems completely failed and they're not going to be saved by by the people in charge here. It's gonna there's going to be any kind of society like we worth living.
"dr nassar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Woman one gymnast after another stood up and talked about how he had wreck their lives but talked about surviving. Now we have the top gymnasts some of the most famous women in the world like simone biles testifying before the senate. They specifically focused on the fbi Tell us the story from the beginning you were there. How is it that the fbi dropped the ball so completely and are we going to see criminal charges against fbi agents. Well i don't know if we're going to see those charges. But i think it was senator lahey who said they're all a lot of people who want to be in jail after this What happened was the fbi did not take the gymnasts complaints seriously They didn't offices in different cities. Didn't communicate with each other and There were conflicts of interest. There was an fbi agent. Who was talking to the president of usa g. Steve penny about getting a job with the us olympic committee now and in that they were so chummy that in one of the emails the st penny told the fbi agent that he would like to quote body slam. The reporters myself Marisa and tim That's that's steve penny. And by the way. He's one of the people who isn't in jail. So let's talk about why indianapolis is so important. You mentioned the us. Olympic committee talk about who. I came forward to the fbi. And what happened to that complaint that would have been. I believe michaela moroni along Very early on Gosh she wasn't taken seriously think she you testified that The agents said That's it. I want to go to the olympic gold. Medalist michaela marone testifying before the senate wednesday. This was very clear cookie cutter. Pedophilia and abuse. And this is important. Because i told the fbi all of this. And they chose to falsify report and to not only minimize my abuse but silence me yet again. I thought given the severity of the situation that they would act quickly for the sake of protecting other girls but instead it took them fourteen months to report anything. When larry nassar in my opinion should have been in jail that day. The fbi usoc in usa. G sat idly by as dozens of girls and women continued to be molested by. Larry nassar so mark aleisha. Talk about how you got involved the tip how you ended up going down to louisville to interview rachel denhellender my my teammates and i Recycling kaczynski and tim evans at the indianapolis star. We did a story. The first one was right on the eve of the real olympics and twenty sixteen and after that story came out We received an email from. Rachel saying wasn't abused by a coach. But this was a doctor. And if you're interested i will speak out and i will speak out by name. I drove down to louisville. And i interviewed rachel. She came off as a intelligent sincere passionate. Utterly credible nanas a lawyer and mother of four. Now i believe and yes everything and what really i think bothers me it. Well it angers me it doesn't bother me. It's five years after that it's five years after that and those women heads to show up in front of a congressional committee and bare their soul again To to make people understand what happened these survivors. Five years later. They are still looking for answers. They're still looking for justice. And that's outrageous and there's another piece to this to the survivors also have been trying unsuccessfully to get michigan state university to release six thousand pages of documents from an investigation into nassar of that. They are withholding because of attorney client privilege and this amazing michigan state. The president has had to resign. but he wasn't criminally charged That's where that you know. Us olympic committee's. Dr nassar a worked at michigan state and he abused these girls. These young women for decades right and it's also important to understand that for about maybe ten or fifteen years earlier adults. Her gymnasts had come forward to adults to complain about nassar but it always went nowhere that included one situation with a law enforcement departments. It in it included a michigan state coach gymnastics coach It included people who couldn't possibly believe that out gray. Wonderful larry. Nassar could do such a thing. Adults had failed these children at every level. This is just an absolute tragedy and again it is outrageous that five years later. It's still going on with so many unanswered questions. And so many people who are responsible for allowing nassar to continue going without being held accountable. I want to go to the three time. Olympic gold medal gymnast two time olympic team captain alley racing testifying before the senate judiciary committee wednesday. It is unrealistic to think we can grasp the full extent of culpability without understanding how and why. Usa g an uso p. c. shows to ignore abuse for decades and why the interplay among these three organizations led the fbi to willingly disregard are reports of abuse without knowing who knew what when we cannot identify all enablers or determine whether they are still in positions of power. We just can't fix a problem. We don't understand and we can't understand the problem unless and until we have all of the facts. If we don't do all we can to get these fax. The problems we are here to address will persist and we are deluding ourselves. If we think other children can be spared the institutionalized tolerance normalization of abuse that i and so many others had to endure. That is three time. Olympic gold medal gymnast. Two time olympic team captain ali race men who has really been the forceful leader of this movement to bring nassar down but not only him because simone says the whole system is broken but interestingly the attorney general merrick garland did not appear though. The head of the justice department was asked to appear before the senate judiciary committee. Apparently he's going to appear in october Christopher ray did the head of the fbi and apologized so he said he wasn't there at the time he said it was abhorrent. What had taken place..
"dr nassar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warrant piece report. I mean goodman. Some of gymnastics biggest stars offered scathing testimony wednesday to the senate judiciary committee about the fbi. Failure to stop serial. Sexual abuser usa gymnastics. Doctor larry nassar lawyers say in the time between when the fbi was. I told of nassar's crimes and it's two thousand sixteen arrest. Nassar abused another one hundred twenty people. Fbi director christopher wray apologized to the gymnasts in the senate hearing last week. The fbi fired an agent involved in the investigation into nassir. Both the gymnasts and senators on the judiciary committee called out justice department leadership for failing to appear at wednesday's hearing attorney general merrick. Garland is expected to testify next month. This is the testimony of simone biles. The four time olympic gold medalist who is widely considered to be the greatest gymnast of all time over the course of my gymnastics career. I have one twenty five world championship medals in seven olympic medals for team. Usa that record means so much to me. and i am proud of my representation of this nation through gymnastics. I am also a survivor of sexual abuse. And i believe without a doubt that the circumstances that led to my abuse and allowed it to continue our directly the result of the fact that the organizations created by congress to oversee and protect me as an athlete usa gymnastics and the united states olympic and paralympic committee committee failed to do their jobs. Nelson mandela once. Said there can be. There can be no keener revelation of a society soul than the way in which it treats its children it is the power of that statement that compels and empowers me to be here in front of you today. I don't want another young gymnasts olympic athlete or any individual to experience the horror that i and hundreds of others have endured before during and continuing to this day in the wake of the larry nassar abuse to be clear. Sorry take time to be clear. I blame larry. Nassar ally also blame an entire system that enabled perpetrated his abuse. Usa gymnastics in the united states olympic and paralympic committee committee knew that i was abused by their official team doctor. Long before i was ever made aware of their knowledge in may of two thousand fifteen rhonda faye and the former head of usa gymnastics. Women's program was told by my friend and teammate maggie nicols that she suspected i too was a victim. I didn't understand the magnitude of what all was happening until the indianapolis star published article in the fall of two thousand sixteen entitled former usa gymnastics doctor accused of abuse yet while i was a member of the two thousand sixteen. Us olympic team neither usa g us opec nor the fbi. Ever contacted me or my parents while others had been informed and investigations were ongoing. I had been left to wonder why. I was not told until after the rio games. This is the largest cases of sexual abuse in the history of american sport. In though there have been a fully independent investigation of the fbi's handling of the case neither us ag nor uso. Have ever been made the subject of the same level of scrutiny. These are the entities entrusted with the protection of our sport and our athletes and yet it feels like questions of responsibility and organizational failures remain unanswered as you pursue the answers to those questions. I asked that your work guided by the same question that rachel did hollander and many others have asked. How much is a little girl worth. I sit before you today to raise my voice to that no little girl messenger. Why the athletes up this table and the countless others needlessly suffered under nasser's guys of medical treatment which we continue to endure. Today we suffered and continue to suffer because no one fbi us ag or the us opec did what was necessary to protect us. We have been failed and we deserve answers nassar's where he belongs but those who enabled him deserve to be held accountable if they are not. I am convinced that this will continue to happen to others. Across olympic sports in reviewing the report it truly feels like the fbi turned a blind eye to us and went out of its way to help protect usa g. and uso. A message needs to be sent. If you allow predator to harm children the consequences will be swift and severe. Enough is enough. That's simone biles. The four time olympic gold medalist testifying before the senate judiciary committee wednesday about the. Fbi's failure to stop serial sexual abuser usa. Gymnastics doctor now. Imprisoned larry nassar byles mentioned rachel. Den hollander who in two thousand sixteen was the first gymnast to publicly. Speak out against nassar. On thursday rachel denhellender spoke to democracy. Now i'm so proud of the athletes who testified in the light that they're shutting in these dark spaces but to see over and over and over again the depth of systemic failure and just the incredible damage that was done to them and all of the survivors. Who came after. They reported when that didn't mean to happen is very heavy burden to their. I think something we need to be asking. You're watching this unfold is what are we not seeing. Because the reality is most arrives sexual assaults. Who report will tell you that. This is a story that they could tell too. It is very difficult to get law enforcement to take reports of sexual assault seriously to pursue the case with diligence to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. And we need to start looking at what we saw yesterday and ask what. We're not seen what happens to the survivors. Who don't have an army of five hundred. What happens to the survivors. Who don't have olympians headlining case and raising the profile of the athol Gross negligence and corruption taking place in our system. In fifteen months. The fbi did absolutely nothing except allow over one hundred little girls to continue being abused so we need to be looking at what has to change in this case. It's not just a problem with this case we've got to start asking what's gotta change in the system so that survivors that we don't see aren't going through what these women went through and have justice system that they can truly rely on. Those are hard questions. But they've got to be asked and these words are cheap if they're not followed by action. That's rachel denhellender. The first gymnast to speak out. Publicly against larry nassar for more. We're joined by mark aleisha. Who done hollander. I contacted in two thousand sixteen when he was part of the investigative team. The indianapolis star. She told him quote. I'm willing to do anything you need. I want this to end marks team than broke the story about dr nassar's abuse. He is now director of university. Communications at indiana state university. Welcome back to democracy now mark. We took you just after nasser's trial and sentencing. That remarkable moment when one.
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"And rubella pope francis called wednesday and catholics worldwide to get vaccinated against kovic nineteen in an apparent rebuke to us cardinal. Who is hospitalized with the disease after anti vaccination comments cardinal raymond. Leo burke who's in his early seventies was hospitalized with severe cove in one thousand nine in august and placed on a ventilator he survived but now faces an intensive rehabilitation cardinal burke previously called vaccines totalitarian repeated. A conspiracy theory that covert vaccines carry hidden microchips. Speaking to journalists aboard a return flight to rome wednesday pope francis rejected anti vaccine sentiment and said getting a shot is an act of love turnover gave. It is a bit strange because humanity has a history of friendship with vaccines like children were vaccinated. Holy we all. The children were vaccinated and no one protested a warning to our audiences. Next stories contain descriptions of sexual violence. Some of gymnastics biggest stars for ski account of the fbi's failure to stop serial sexual abuser usa. Gymnastics doctor larry nassar during testimony before the senate judiciary committee wednesday. This is olympic gold medalist. Michaela maroney this was very clear cookie cutter pedophilia and abuse. And this is important. Because i told the fbi all of this. And they chose to falsify airport and to not only minimize my abuse but silence me yet again. I thought given the severity of the situation that they would quickly for the sake of protecting other girls but instead it took them fourteen months to report anything. When larry nassar in. My opinion should have been in jail that day. The fbi usoc in usa. G sat idly by as dozens of girls and women continued to be molested by larry. Nassar simone biles the four time. Olympic gold medalist widely considered to be the greatest gymnast of all time also spoke before the senate. I don't want another young gymnasts olympic athlete or any individual to experienced the horror that i and hundreds of others have endured before during and continuing to this day in the week of the larry nassar abuse to be clear. Sorry take your time to be clear. I blame larry. Nassar and i also blame an entire system that enabled perpetrated his abuse. Lawyer say that. In the time between the fbi being told of dr nassar's crimes and has two thousand sixteen arrest. Nassar abused another one hundred twenty people. Fbi director christopher wray apologized to the gymnasts during the hearing last week the fbi fired an agent involved in the investigation into nassar. Both the gymnasts and senators on the judiciary committee cold out justice department leadership for failing to appear at wednesday's hearing attorney general. America is expected to testify in october here. In new york as the federal trial for cues sexual predator and trafficker r kelly continues a survivor and former backup. Dancer told the court earlier this week. She saw kellyanne engaged in sexual situation with rising r&b superstar leo. When she was just thirteen or fourteen years old kellyanne eleo were married in nineteen ninety-four using falsified documents leah which only fifteen and kelly twenty-seven r kelly faces multiple federal criminal charges including sexual exploitation of children kidnapping and force labor in china. A leading figure in the country's metoo movement says she'll appeal her case after a judge dismissed her sexual assault and harassment claims. Jochen a former television in turn accused a well-known host of forcibly kissing and groping her in his dressing room but says the court refused to consider key evidence in her case. She addressed the court's decision. I don't know if. I still have the courage to stick with it for another three years. So i don't know if this time will be fair well but if it is a farewell then it's really disappointing to have to say that are. We have failed like this. The international criminal court said wednesday. It'll open full investigation into possible. Crimes against humanity committed as part of philippines president rodrigo deter tastes brutal war on drugs after weighing evidence and more than two hundred victims. The icc's judges found evidence that a quote widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population took place unquote and that philippine authorities quote failed to take meaningful steps to investigate or prosecute the killings last year united nations report found at least eighty. Six hundred. People have been killed in the drug war unleashed by detaille with some estimates suggesting. The true toll could be three times. Higher brazil's supreme court has delayed a decision on a case that could determine if thousands of indigenous people can reclaim stolen ancestral lands. The move by brazil's high court to indefinitely suspended ruling came after thousands of indigenous people representing one hundred seventy six groups camped out in the capital brasilia to condemn the destruction of the amazon rainforest and the genocide of indigenous peoples. The white house said wednesday. The us will share nuclear submarine technology with australia in a new trilateral military. Partnership the coalition is known as august short for australia united kingdom and united states. It's formation comes as president biden continues to pressure. Us allies to take more aggressive military posture toward china. British prime minister. Boris johnson joined the australian prime minister scott morrison president biden at a virtual summit wednesday. The talk of this partnership will be to help australia. Acquire fleet of nuclear powered submarines emphasizing. Of course the submarines will be powered by nuclear reactors not armed with nuclear weapons and will be fully in line with on proliferation obligations. The us uk in china are among the nine nations known to possess nuclear weapons. None of them have signed ratified the treaty. On the prohibition of nuclear weapons neither as austrailia which says it supports the retention and potential use of. Us nuclear weapons on its behalf. The white house said president biden has complete confidence in us. General mark milley wednesday following reports. He's circumvented the official chain of command in order to prevent possible actions from former president trump. A new book by washington post journalist bob woodward and robert costa and it says milly called his chinese counterpart twice as well as us military officials as he feared trump. We believed in mental decline. Could start a war with china. According to the book milly also told senior officers. He should be involved in any attempt to launch a nuclear weapon that all decisions had to go through him. Millie was reportedly motivated in large part by a phone call with house speaker. Nancy pelosi who called trump crazy and asked what measures are available to stop him from launching a war on or nuclear weapons. The justice department says it'll ban federal law enforcement officers from using choke colds during a rasping bar. No knock entries while executing warrants except in rare cases..
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Some of the headlines are following from the chemo 24 7 News Center President Biden welcoming German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the White House today, the president said that they have a full agenda ahead of them and that they're ready to dive in. He says that he is confident that cooperation and the enduring friendship between the U. S and Germany will continue. This could be the last visit to the White House for Angela Merkel as chancellor of Germany. And we're learning today that Jeff Bezoza, founder of Amazon and Blue Origin, is donating $200 million to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. G Choir, reporting that the Smithsonian plans to use 70 million toward renovation and 130 million to launch a new education center called the Brazos Learning Center. Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar will spend the rest of his life in jail because of the sexual crimes he committed. But could the FBI have saved more athletes from abuse? Justice Department inspector General released a report this week claiming the FBI failed to investigate abuse allegations against Nassar and then lied about their failures when confronted. Devlin Barrett is covering it for the Washington Post, and he spoke with co most Tom Cutler. How long ago had the FBI been made aware of Nasser's attacks on these young girls and women? So the key time frame and all this is July of 2015 when folks from USA Gymnastics? Bring to the FBI allegations against Dr Nassar and basically the the FBI does very little with that information. And nothing happens to Nasser for almost a year more when, when he is arrested by state authorities based on different evidence. So how many athletes do we know how many were abuse between when the FBI was tipped off? And when he was arrested by Michigan officials? Yes, we do. According to court filings, it's about 70 girls and women, So it's not a small number and you know it's it's, uh, Eight or nine month period when the FBI just wasn't pursuing it aggressively this inspector general confrontation of the FBI. How do they react to this Well, FBI leadership now says that they agree with the findings and that they were and that they are fixing some of their procedures to take this these kind of allegations more seriously. But in the course of the investigation, the inspector general says the agents who are in charge, including the FBI agent running the Indianapolis office, the supervisor agent working under him. Basically lied to them about what they did, and tried to blame others for what the inspector general says. We're clearly the FBI's own failing. Will there be heads rolling because of this? At the FBI. The senior FBI agent who was criticized in this document has already retired, Uh the Justice Department has decided not to prosecute either of them for their alleged false statements. So as as one of the victims lawyer said to me, you know, these guys get away with it. They get away with lying. They get away with, um, scaling these women and girls. Um, but obviously, But Congress still wants to know more about this, And they announced that they're going to hold a hearing to examine more deeply how the FBI failed here more to come on this story, then. All right. Thank you So much for your coverage. You can read the whole piece. Devlin Barrett, Uh, National Security reporter for The Washington Post. Go to Washington post dot com. That's the most Tom Hustler. The union representing more than 150,000 airline workers, is asking the FAA to do something about what it says is dangerously low staffing levels for the nation's airlines. ABC's Andy Field has details from Washington. 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"dr nassar" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Western traditions at have painted women in one way the powerbook's went back and read machiavelli and songs and indifferent business tax at describe what leadership in heroism. Look like and i. I just spent these years exploring the research and how women lead is different. How women do the inner visit worked. So we don't just you know. She says he careful when fighting monsters. You don't become one that there was so much going on with women getting into the corporate world or into leadership and then like nothing was changing who cares. So that was the exploration and that was the genesis of the book. Why cassandra where does that name come from. Cassandra was a mortal princess in troy and troy in greece were always having wars and she was so beautiful. She was the youngest and most beautiful daughter of king priam clean. Heck ya in troy. This is all greek myth. These are real people. these are the myths. Just like adam and eve. They weren't real people so these are stories that inform us through the ages. Cassandra was so alluring. That even the gods wanted to have her and apollo some zeus wooed. Her by offering her a gift she couldn't refuse she didn't understand. The gift came with the payment of being his concubine but she wanted this gift which was prophecy. She would see into the future she would know what was going to happen and then she would tell her people in troy and so she could inform history so he gave her the gift and then she would not sleep with him so he cursed her. He didn't just take the gift away. he said. Cassandra you will know the future and you will tell the future but no one will believe you. And so as. I was reading and studying that story and other greek stories. I was watching the televised trial of those hundreds of girls. Who had been molested by. Dr larry nassar. He was adopted for the olympic committee and michigan gymnastics gymnastics. Yeah and over thirty years. He had been claiming to do medical treatment on hundreds and hundreds of girls and young women but really he had been sexually molesting them and they would tell their mothers and fathers. They would tell their coach is they would tell their university. The olympic committee and no one would believe them year after year. They took the word of this one man over these girls and finally some of the girls started speaking out speaking out and The judge who was assigned the case in michigan. Judge rosemarie aquilina. Just someone everyone should know about. She defied numeral courtroom procedure and she allowed any girl who wanted to speak for as long as she wanted to speak to tell her story. The trial went on for days. And dr nassar had to sit there and listen to every single girl tell her story and before each girl spoke she would say i hear you. I see you your words matter. Leave them here with me and then go out and live your life and they were believed and i watch these little girls faces in by now. Some were women. Some of these girls were molested at nine years old and their whole countenance who had changed with the experience of telling their truth being validated. So i decided of all the stories that i unpack in the book whether it's either pandora or literary women. I decided to call it. Cassandra speaks because it really speaks to me of women. No something of great value just like men do but our stories in our instincts and our values and sort of our because of both nature and nurture what we care about has been determined as second-class behavior. You know like the caretaking rolls. They're not very important compared to a ceo or a fireman. The things that we hold dear and know how to do have been invalidated so that we don't even trust ourselves. We don't trust what matters to us matters the most in the world. That's why i named cassandra. So that we would all start telling our truths and demanding to be heard and validated. Sounds like a lot more work than just string together. A bunch of speeches and very worthwhile as a project. I would love. Ted come back briefly to the the nietzsche quote that you mentioned in camera the exact quote but in fighting monsters. We must be careful that we do not become monsters yourselves in your reading. It also ties into in. This is going to form into a question. Gloria steinem has a quote which is when we do acquire power. We meaning women. We turn out of an equal impulse towards aggression. Do you have any thoughts on whether or not that is inevitable if we have an equal impulse towards aggression or do you have recommendations for trying to mitigate that possibility for women as more and more women gained power to help prevent abuses of power. Well this really did. Become as i was writing the question. I was grappling list. Especially as you look at many women who gained power look at some of the women who are in congress now and you think really you want that story. That's the story you want. How's that different. So where i have landed is. It's not so much that women have less aggression. Actually i think we do. Because i'll go into that right now you know we are both Nurtured a natured beings and spoil you wanna do is look into the research of hormones and the effect of estrogen and testosterone gesture on and we most women do have more estrogen if you talk to people who have gone through transition trans people. You know men who get flooded with estrogen Totally changed Experience and vice versa women. Who are trans man. you know. There's a great book out. Recently of a woman who transitioned into being a man and suddenly wanted to become a lightweight boxer because there was so much a russian and wanted to know how to channel it so there are distinctions between women and men. And there's it's there's great variety so it's very hard when writing about all women and all men but in general there's less aggression in women you know. There was a study done in the thirties and forties walter cannon. He was the one who came up with the word fighter flight so they did studies on human beings brought them into the lab. What happens under simulated stress situations measured. The hormones measured different chemicals.
"dr nassar" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"This injection is an authorized use of an experimental biologic. It has been approved yet. It was only authorized so the pfizer amadou earner are both n. a. vaccines gene activation involving the dna into messenger rna. And then get it makes you. It encourages your body and force your body to make jane derived proteins. Dr nassar has called attention. To the fact that messenger are in a or in fact any can potentially be converted to dna in the presence of an enzyme. Call reverse transcriptase days. That would be awful right and people have talked about that john. Rapper reporter said that this are can become part of your dna and everybody said mechanic. Can't well now more more. Biologists epidemiologists of molecular biologists say. Yes he can. There is a little bit of light at the end of this tunnel. Though because reservatrol. Red wine molecule highest. I think pinot noir it can inhibit reverse transcriptase. Maybe put a hawk. So i guess if you have the vaccine. You're getting the vaccine. Invest your decision. I hope you like red wine. And if your decision to get the vaccine. He advises the supplement with vitamins. Ada's zinc and reservatrol. That's dolores kale now on january thirty. First dr joseph mccullough who writes about health issues interview dr mikko ovitz. I recommend this interview to everyone has an hour at times is very technical. You'll get the gist of what she says. She's saying basically that covid nineteen vaccine isn't a vaccine. At the strict definition is more accurately an experimental gene therapy that could prematurely kill large amounts of the population and disable exponentially. More madan kill. You can make you feel really bad. They bell's palsy or some other neurological condition. She says during this interview that m. r. a. normally in our body degrades very rapidly. But in the vaccine it's coded with Nanno lipid particle and use. Pg about seventy percent of americans are allergic to pg you. Find a lot in cosmetics pig. Elated lipid nanoparticles. Bg as part of that word peg related mpg. On it in itself is known because if alexis now just like mother nature she's really great and these free m. r. a. Molecules can signal danger your immune system and then you have an inflammatory disease. But then they're destroyed and that's the end of it but now we're injecting synthetic thermo stable m. rna what does that mean. According to make of it resistant to breaking down and she says it probably feel chronic long-term inflammation sev- remember our programs on inflammation acute can be is good for you but chronic inflammation causes disease. In fact most chronic diseases have their bases in inflammation.
"dr nassar" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Therapy. I know they've changed the definition. I looked it up recently to include gene therapy as a vaccine but this is just new they just added that vaccines have never been made this way and the ones that have been made have never been successful about that. Do some reading read on. Dr dolores kahlil. She says like. I said about a month ago. You make yourself a genetically modified organism. You maintain a state of hyper immunity and then when you come across their real virus you have pathogenic priming where everything in your body goes into starts destroying itself. Immune system tries to get rid of the virus in starts destroying itself. Because amb are in a leopard protection doesn't degrade as far as we know. And if you have some co morbidity your your immune system whatever. I won't have any energy left to fight for you because this are able be every cell of your body and again as she continues to write. She is concerned that there may be multiple m. r. n. As in this vaccine and not just something for the kvarner virus. She thinks there might be some influenza in there. She's asking for transparency and control. So gosh nobody wants to see anybody die. But we are being rushed into an experiment. Remember this injection is an authorized use of an experimental biologic. It has been approved yet. It was only authorized. The pfizer abner are both n. a. Vaccines gene activation involving the dna into messenger rna. And then get it makes you. It encourages your body and force your body to make jane derived proteins. Dr nassar has called attention. To the fact that messenger are in a or in fact any can potentially be converted to dna in the presence of an enzyme. Call reverse transcriptase days. That would be awful right and people have talked about that. john rapper. Puertas said that this are. They can become part of your dna and everybody said mechanic. Can't well now more more. Biologists epidemiologists of molecular biologists say. Yes he can..
A Conversation between Tara Brach and Elizabeth Lesser
"Elizabeth. We are so delighted to have you with us. Thank you thank you thanks. It's a pleasure thank you. Hello everybody from all over the place. It's lovely to be with you. Yes i wanna jump right in to do your new book because i fall. We get grabbed by the tidal. Cassandra speaks can you just have to come up with that title. Who is cassandra. Let's just start writing with that. Well i've always loved mythology and religious texts. You know. I just love reading whether it's the bible or the koran or the buddhist texts or the hindu texts. I've just always just because humans learn through stories. that's how we learn. So i've been fascinated with stories and i didn't take me long to notice even way back in college that wow most of the books we love. Heroes tales the parables the myths they're written untold by men because back in the day. Ps also a lot now. The storytellers were men. And there's nothing wrong. With the stories. Men tell and the values men tell their stories from but a big swath of humanity was left out of the storytelling so when packing Reading reinterpreting everything. From adam and eve to chinese stories to the greek myths and as i was writing and i was writing about one of the greek town. The tale of cassandra we were in the midst of the metoo movement. Now i know that seems maybe like ancient history. Now we've all been through so much but really it was just like a year and a half ago and one night. I was watching television on. I was watching the televised trial of those young girls who had been molested by their doctor. Dr larry nassar and the judge in rare way of dealing with the trial. First of all allowed it to be televised and allowed one hundred twenty five girls to tell their story in front of the cameras with dr nassar sitting there and for years and years thirty years he'd been at it for years and years. These young women most of whom were olympic athletes had told their mothers had told their parents had told their coaches that college coaches the us olympic team coaches. They've told them that this man had been molesting them but no one believed them. And i was reading the story of cassandra. At the time. Cassandra was a princess. She was the most beautiful princess of the king of troy and troy was an ancient city. That was often at war with greece and she was so beautiful in lowering all the men wanted to marry her including the gods apollo. The son of zeus wanted to marry her. Zeus wanted to marry her and apollo offered her a gift. The gift of being clairvoyant. That she could be able to see into the future. She would see what was going to happen to her family. And her countrymen and her world and she wanted that She's very spiritual person she she wanted to be able to see into understand so she accepted the gift but he neglected to say that she would have to have sex with him right away after she got the gift but she didn't want to and he was furious so as the story goes he spat in her mouth in put a curse on her. Cassandra you will be clervoy int- but no one will believe you. And for years. She saw what was coming. She saw the war. She saw the trojan horse. She saw her brother's all dead. She saw her city in ruins and she would say it but no one would believe her. So as i was watching these young women. I thought they are cassandra's. They are telling their truth their experience but this time they're being believed and i thought that's what i want this book to be about changing the way the old story ends so it doesn't end with women not being heard women not being believed so that we had meant to who knows their inner feminine. So that finally. We respect that part of ourselves so deeply. It's really this part. That i was leading in the meditation and we get so much clout in musculature. That are stories begin to matter an actually change what it means to be human
Former US Gymnastics MD Larry Nassar indicted on six counts of sexual assault at Karolyi Ranch
"Where frankly it's fair game to go after the press and where does that end and that's what i worry about the president says he plans to nominate a new supreme court justice on july ninth and that the list has been narrowed to about five including two women aboard air force one reporters as the nominees will be asked about their views on roe v wade i'm not gonna ask a question by the way the corollas are not facing charges but a former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar is following an investigation in the karolyi ranch training center in texas nassar is already serving decades behind bars in michigan for sexually assaulting young gymnasts an investigation was opened in texas after a number of nassar's victims said years of abuse took place at karolyi ranch automatically a total of eight victims made reports to the sheriff's office regarding dr nassar walker county assistant district attorney stephanie stroud says a former trainer daddy van horn was also charged with one count of sexual assault of a child i'm clayton neville there are reports of well the president says he gets along well with his white house chief of staff he isn't sure how long john kelly will remain in the job and mr trump pushed back report saying he has no plans to pull out of the world trade organization i'm barton next you're holding up the line ma'am did you say you're next in line for the waterslide man feet forward and enjoy the ride okay dairy this does look no the wicked witch.
Iowa's top court rejects waiting period for abortions
"Counts the state of texas announcing criminal charges against former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar who is your ready in prison on child sex abuse charges allegations reported a law enforcement by the michigan child protective services agency included conduct by dr nassar while he was acting as the team position for usa gymnastics assistant district attorney stephanie stroud a former trainer is also facing charges debbie van horn has been indicted on one count of second degree sexual assault of a child rulli violates the state constitution the iowa supreme court has struck down a law requiring a seventy two hour waiting period before a woman can get an abortion the ruling sides with a lawsuit filed by planned parenthood by and the american civil liberties union of iowa the waiting period is part of a law banning most abortions after twenty weeks of pregnancy the week ban is in effect and is not part of the legal challenge iowa lawmaker this year approved a ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected that law is on hold pending legal challenge a federal judge blocks kentucky's attempts to add work requirements for medicaid the trump administration has encouraged states to add work requirements for medicaid a joint federal and state health insurance program for.
Kevin, Joe and Michigan State University discussed on Valentine in the Morning
"The morning bells back tomorrow kevin and joe with you until then thank you so much for listening michigan state university has agreed to pay five hundred million dollars to the victims of larry nassar is the largest settlement ever in a sexual misconduct case involving university the disgrace doctor worked with the us women's national gymnastics team and michigan state university many women say the school enabled dr nassar nassar's abuse and ignored complaints microsoft has introduced an xbox controller designed for people with limited mobility i think this is so cool the xbox adaptive controller is meant to take into consideration the needs of gamers who were not able to hold a typical controller or reach all the necessary buttons microsoft recently teamed up with several medical organizations in an effort to be more inclusive toward all gamers that's great jill how many meals a week do you eat standing up okay send up a new study has revealed that the average parent eats a hundred and fifty six meals a year standing up one hundred and fifty six meals a year that's fifty two days worth of breakfast lunches and dinners eating in a rush over the kitchen sink wherever you gotta do it i feel like i eat most of my meals standing up because you're so busy i feel like i did before i was a parent i don't know why i like to sit and relax and enjoy apparently as long as you're not laying down you're fine it's not healthy to eat laying down for a variety of reasons it's also weird the study also more than half a parents say their kids have healthier diets than they do interesting and don't forget we're a couple minutes away from what's that noise on a thousand dollar thursday three thousand eight hundred dollars coming your way right after one republic.