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"dwight hammond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Up there brought on millions of dollars of, new money which apparently don't exist to do anything else in government more. Staff and he wants to push through at a very rapid clip A decision to open. This up to more drilling and he's throwing all, environmental standards review process is out the window and I think it's, partly because he knows time is limited up there for him And he wants this to become, his legacy the guy who opened up America's biggest most important wildlife refuge oils really Karen suckling we're speaking. To in Portland Oregon and Yosemite right now. National park thousands of people are being evacuated because of a terrible wildfires I want to ask you about something else that happened in Oregon earlier this month Donald Trump. Pardon Dwight Hammond and his son Steven Hammond to Oregon cattle ranchers who. Were convicted. In two thousand twelve of committing arson and federal lands prosecutors say the Hammond set the fires to cover up, their illegal deer poaching there, conviction sparked armed right wing militiamen. Led by Ammon Bundy to take over the maller national wildlife refuge in Oregon provoking a, forty one. Day armed standoff in two, thousand sixteen can you comment, on this, and what message President Trump was sending with this these pardons This is very disturbing because the, Hammonds not only were arsonists, who set fire to our public. Lands threatening firefighters who were out there but have a long history of threatening? To kill Federal officials and when the Bundy militia group came. Up sport them when they were prosecuted they, came up there with the message of this let's hope the Hammonds but, let's, give all, of America's public lands away industry and state groups and so when Trump is. Pardoning these. People he's really singling sending a signal, to this right wing base to say. Hey, anti government extremism, threats of violence against. Those you don't like against the government are acceptable they're encouraged and in fact. Earlier when he pardoned Joe are Pyo another very controversial action well it turns out Joe are pyro sheriff Joe was also a supporter of, this Bundy group and this radical, violence agenda and I think it goes along with Trump gearing up this. Violent undercurrents in America to support him And to Dr fear into others Last week's supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh submitted to the Senate his responses to a lengthy questionnaire is part of the confirmation process responding to a question about the ten most significant cases over which he sat cavenaugh cited his dissenting opinion and white stallion energy center v EPA when she argued that the EPA must consider financial costs when deciding whether to regulate. Emissions from power plants, Kavanagh, wrote in the, question here quote in my view it was unreasonable and therefore unlawful under the administrative procedure act APA not to consider the costs imposed by regulations and determining whether. Such regulations were appropriate and necessary I'm wondering your thoughts on if judge Cavanaugh is confirmed of for the supreme court and what the impact of this would be on environmental laws in the future It would be extraordinary I mean Trump has already had one a pointy an extreme court if he gets the second He will likely be able. To control, the whole judicial agenda for environmental protection, is country that's. Incredibly important because right now The strongest. Most powerful force of resistance against Trump is our legal system and that's. Because everything he wants to do is. A legal the people who put in place like Zinke. Impro- it to carry out his agenda has such disdain for governance they don't even know how. To do governmental process properly so they're, continually sued that. Continually found guilty and that's keeping America on track this. Independent judiciary so if, Trump captures. The supreme court we're gonna find he's got, an open agenda to do, whatever he wants and so it's very very dangerous and disheartening we just have a few seconds but Kieran suckling. Your organization the center for? Biological diversity has sued the Trump administration eighty one times in the last year and a. Half have you had any success Yeah we've actually won most of those cases, it's been about one a week and of those that have. Completed we won most of those cases and it just shows you the. Power of our independent legal system and. Are independent judiciary to address excesses of power even by. The president of the United States okay on suckling we thank you so much for being with. Us from Portland Oregon executive director and, founder of the. Center for biological diversity this is democracy now back thank. You when we come, back as. Records are broken heat records around the country, and around the world we'll, look at a new medical study that indicates suicide will go up by tens of thousands as a result of. Climate change stay with us He'll play Is, your home Rome John Your, friends Around Family No Needs a so Animals.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And daily climate dot org heater welcome back to living. Earth, how's it going It's going okay Bobby I want to. Start talking about a pardon spree that our President Trump has been on in recent months. Some of, the notable ones sheriff Joe or Pyo the flamboyant. Highly controversial Arizona county sheriff there's a scooter Libby who was an aide to Dick Cheney, back when Cheney was vice president here are. Two, more that, are a lot more on our beat for? Living on earth Dwight Hammond junior and his son were. Pardoned for an arson conviction name became a rallying cry for the armed, occupation of the lure national wildlife refuge which is next. To the ranch in Oregon well reminded Peter what was their beef with the, wildlife refuge they didn't. Much like being next, to the wildlife refuge they had tussled with the. Federal government over grazing for. A long time but they also didn't endorse or support the armed occupation the occupation was led by the Bundy family who had staged. A very famous Occupation, by their own property down in Nevada came. Up, with a, large group of supporters occupied the wildlife refuge? In Oregon they ended up serving some prison time the. Bundy sons did as did several of the other people who occupied in, Oregon the Hammonds had nothing to do with the occupation. They still ended up in jail and they got a pardon from Donald Trump All right well what else do you have for us this week Peter the. Western Gulf as its name implies it's, native to the Pacific coast of the US some of the goals in the Farallon islands where tracking devices and one. Goal in particular flew from the Farallones about twenty five miles to the coast of San Francisco across the city of San Francisco and then it apparently. Hitched a ride on a truck. Across, the bay bridge apparently beat the tolls ended. Up in Vernalis California which is well inland at a composting facility? Flew, back to the Farallones and here you go the very next, day the same goal with the same tracking device took the same, path apparently hitched another truck ride across the bay, bridge and ended up in. For now it's two days in a. Row well that's pretty impressive for a bird brain Daniel was it trying to get. A free lunch of the compost facilities well I. Guess there is such a thing as a free lunch and that's presumably there Reason that, it went here on the east coast we know that there are goals that will crack. Open clam shells by dropping them on parking lots so goals may not be as dumb as we think they are well well what do you have for us from the history books this week the, Korean demilitarized zone was created on July twenty seventh nineteen fifty three sixty five years ago. When the truce was declared between North, Korea and South Korea the Korean war as we learned recently with the talks between Kim the dictator of North Korea. And President Trump the North Korean war never really ended but the DMZ that was created as one hundred and fifty five miles long about ten miles. Wide it's absolutely desolate of any. Human, intrusion for security reasons but it's become a. Wildlife haven with the birds including some rare cranes some four legged? Wildlife, and a whole range of things that are no longer seen, in areas where humans Their footprint well well these must be some, of the most well protected animals in the. World I think they are in there there are similar areas in the. US, like the Savannah River site in South Carolina it's a sprawling nuclear, weapons complex created in the early fifties for the. Cold War about the same time as the Korean DMC and some areas of Savannah River are among the, most toxic and. Polluted areas in the United States other areas far away from the weapons facilities are pristine and they host record size wildlife gate well. Thanks for sharing that news with us.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The president left for europe this week he issued a pardon to seventy six year old dwight hammond hammonds forty nine year old son steven now those are names that you you remember but you don't remember where you might remember them as the oregon cattle ranchers who were sentenced to five years in prison for setting fire that spread into a portion of federal land in oregon in two thousand twelve the jury acquitted the hammonds on some but not all of the charges against them and they went to prison now after short is serving a short term the hammonds were released only to be sent back to prison in two thousand fifteen when the obama administration filed an appeal and the federal court ruled that the hammonds had been improperly sentence but it was the hammons being sent back to prison that sparked an even more famous standoff in oregon the perceived injustice to the hammonds inspired the bundy brothers ryan and ammon to storm onto the wildlife refuge in oregon with other ranchers and militiamen they were engaged in a forty one day armed standoff with federal agents now cliven bundy or the ammon bundy and the bundy ranchers don't confuse them with the hammonds that's not the same and the president didn't say anything about the bundy's as i think he's actually right to go into the hammond case but not the bundy's the presidential pardon will take some time off of handmaid's five year sentence though stephen is already served four years his father has served three white house statement about the pardons called their imprisonment unjust and the result of over zealous effort by the obama administration to prosecute them this pardon is the second major move the president has made since taking office to signal greater support of residents in western states who desire to see more local control of federal lands last december trump signed the largest rollback of federal land protection in us history when he significantly reduced the size of the bear ears in grand staircase escalante national monuments in utah if you remember when the president was running he said he wouldn't do those things he said those lands were best in the hands of the federal government it's one reason why i had a problem with his policies out in the west however he is not executing his policies the way he campaigned critics say the president's actions are only going to encourage other fringe militia groups in the west to try more armed standoffs with the government but his any of these critics actually considered that the president's actions might actually have the opposite effect making citizens in the west feel like someone in the government is actually listening to their grievances i know it drives the left totally insane but if you're being honest about things you have to see some of the things donald trump is doing is good also no one can say the president doesn't know how to play to his base.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Courage glenn beck well before the president left for europe this week he issued a pardon to seventy six year old dwight hammond hammonds forty nine year old son steven now those names that you you remember but you don't remember where you might remember them as the oregon cattle ranchers who were sentenced to five years in prison for setting fire that spread into a portion of federal land in oregon in two thousand twelve the jury acquitted the hammonds on some but not all of the charges against them and they went to prison now after serving a short term the hamiltons were released only to be sent back to prison in two thousand fifteen when the obama administration filed an appeal and the federal court ruled that the hammonds had been improperly sentenced but it was the hammonds being sent back to prison that sparked an even more famous standoff in oregon the perceived injustice to the hammonds inspired the bundy brothers ryan and ammon to storm onto the wildlife refuge in oregon with other ranchers and militiamen they were engaged in a forty one day armed standoff with federal agents now cliven bundy or the ammon bundy and the bundy ranchers don't confuse them with the hammonds that's not the same and the president didn't say anything about the bundy's as i think he's actually right to go into the hammond case but not the bundy's the presidential pardon will take some time off of hans five year sentence though stephen is already served four years his father has served three white house statement about the pardons called their imprisonment unjust and the result of over zealous effort by the obama administration to prosecute them this pardon is the second major move the president has made since taking office to signal greater support of residents in western states who desire to see more local control of federal lands last december trump signed the largest rollback of federal land protection in us history when he significantly reduced the size.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I'm john ericsson our top story it is going to be a hot day in the portland area and all over the northwest a high in the mid nineties today the oregon coast a lot cooler a high about seventy a couple of men intervened when they saw men yelling slurs and threatening as seventeen year old girl in beaverton it happened your tv highway and murray boulevard their intervention according to the police allowed the girl to get away to a convenience store the more we we do that in the more we show folks that we don't tolerate this kind of crime i think the more and more goes away okay to report set a thirty seven year old man was jailed for intimidation and harassment heads up for anybody using i five in north portland over the weekend starting at ten o'clock on friday night all southbound i five traffic is going to be heading on over the fremont bridge onto interstate four zero five as we get this paving going it'll reopen by monday at five am o'dowd's don hamilton says one of their many summer projects is to repay five five between the motives center and the interstate bridge stephen dwight hammonds pardon by president trump may not be the end of their battle against what they believe is government overreach k says brad ford says they're considering lawsuit stephen dwight hammond battled against the over grazing rights their attorney j morgan philpot says the federal government has been trading ranchers negatively for a long time one of the things that they don't want to see is continual almost persecution overzealousness against western ranching family groups are working legislatively to bring change philpott says they're exploring whether a civil lawsuit might also be a way to force reform and something fun happening today a flash fair at pioneer courthouse square fares effort to bring a little bit of the state fair tradition to write to downtown portland to portland living with him it's a miniature oregon's state fair between eleven to today it's all to wet your appetite for the real state fair which begins august twenty fourth john ericsson news radio.

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Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

Lars Larson

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The new york times or washington post reporter who put this together the democrats spent millions of dollars on this they handed it to the fbi clapper leaked to the media that had been handed to the fbi so that meant what was in the dossier could make it into the public domain even though it turned out not to be true and even komi admitted it wasn't true so you've got this whole game being played and every single element of it it can't happen overnight but over a period of time there's no there there and but by then they've moved on the three steps down the road there's no russia collusion i'll confess i figured there had to be some russia collusion there had to be something going on for as much as they were invested in the whole thing and now here we are literally years later and there's no collusion where is what we were promised i'm not worried about the amount of money that's been spent on the special investigator government waste a lot of money in a lotta ways i'm worried about the distraction of the public's interest time energy the loss in in in goodwill and and how much time is the white house been distracted thank you pop art tops this is the michael berry show eleven ninety now the news our top story father and son ranchers stephen dwight hammond or back in burns following a presidential pardon this morning after they were released from prison but this may not be the end of their battle against government overreach we'll tell you why at the top of the hour attract coach for beaverton sunset high school is under arrest accused of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl police accused brandon helms of having a relationship with a girl for two months prior to the start of the investigation helms's charged with lowering a minor and sexual abuse while the world cup finalists set croatia will face france on sunday croatia defeated england two to one in today's semifinal in moscow england will play belgium in the third place playoff match on saturday the news is a service of signature paving i'm gail cunningham traffic and weather are next from the vet march traffic center k e x traffic from the bed mark traffic center watch for a crash north east ninety second in prescott he earlier wreck eastbound i eighty four boulevard is clear about the backup is not it stretches into the curves and i five north there's now a stall blocking the left lane i five south on the markham bridge and there's a crash to i eighty four east just east of corporate hill road traffic smart in bed more traffic center i'm gail cunningham now ketu weather brought to you by standard tv and appliance it is the dog days of summer plenty of.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Much you bet noel president trump pardoned to oregon ranchers yesterday they were serving five year prison terms for arson on federal lands their sentence sparked outrage that was at the heart of the two thousand sixteen armed occupation of a wildlife refuge near burns oregon boise state public radio's amanda peter has more the hammonds we're about halfway through their prison sentence when the pardon came down the news hit harney county yesterday morning it's sparked an impromptu celebration at katie babies house and burns we're in our pajamas driving up down the street hawk it at us and it just it's an easy day advert ranging family had fought with federal land agencies for decades over water and grazing rights tweet and stephen hammond said at trial that they had set fires that burn federal land near their ranch to protect their land from invasive species out of control wildfires but the jury didn't buy that many ranchers felt the hammonds five year prison sentence was unjust and protested that's what sparked the armed occupation eastern oregon led by the bundy family the hammonds need your health that's ammon bundy back in two thousand fifteen making an appeal for people to come to burns and protest they need you to stand whether they're afraid or not the occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge lasted forty one days and left one person dead the broader cause of the occupiers was focused on what they saw as federal overreach but they talked about the hammonds a lot now dwight hammond's wife susie is elated to hear her husband and son will be coming home she feels strongly.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You know rachel i call these things vapor stories because they're they're front and center it seems like we're talking about them endlessly for weeks on end then they disappear and then they resurrect it's a very very good point i was assigned a story like oh yeah that happened a couple of years ago when a bunch of ranchers went on to a public land in oregon and occupied it essentially because they are upset over this thing over dwight hammond and stephen hammond they were actually since jail for five years for having started a fire on public lands originally they had only served part of their term and we're releasing the obama administration came in and said no then you just serve out that five year sentences to that prompted the whole thing and it really looked like it was going to go waco there for a little while and then it calmed down a good reference there could have gone wako remember that yeah that's way way back machine insurance so the president he likes to he likes to use that tool to pardon people to enjoy pardoning and so because of this pardon they are actually getting out of jail yesterday and so yeah he seems to enjoy that especially the high profile ones and he's doing this earlier into a term than than usual for president but you know within his power to do something you and i have chatted about two okay rachel thanks so much rachel sutherland from fox news seventeen after seven o'clock the president said the hammonds are multi generation cattle ranchers in oregon in prison in connection with a fire that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land there devoted family men respected contributors to their local community and have widespread support from their neighbors law enforcement locally and farmers and ranchers across the west so the president pardons these ranchers whose arson conviction led to an armed standoff nevada's first execution and more than ten years is planned for tonight fox's tanya j powers with that story marring a last minute pardon scott dosier will become the first inmate executed in nevada since two thousand six he was convicted in two thousand seven of killing twenty two year old jeremiah miller at a motel stuffing his body in a suitcase and leaving it in a dumpster off the las vegas strip in two thousand sixteen dosier waived all his appeals and ask the state to carry out his sentence his lethal injection is set for eight o'clock this evening at ely state prison tanya j powers fox.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The hammonds we're about halfway through their prison sentence when the pardon came down the news hit harney county yesterday morning it's sparked an impromptu celebration that katy babies house and burns we're in our pajamas driving up and down the street hawk it at us and it just isn't an easy day ever ranging family of fought with federal land agencies for decades over water and grazing rights white and stephen hammond said at trial that they had set fires that burn federal land near their ranch to protect their land from invasive species and out of control wildfires but the jury didn't buy that many ranchers felt the hammonds five year prison sentence was unjust and protested that's what sparked the armed occupation eastern oregon led by the bundy family the hammonds need your help that's ammon bundy back in two thousand fifteen making an appeal for people to come to burns and protest they need you to stand whether they're afraid or not occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge lasted forty one days and left one person dead the broader cause of the occupiers was focused on what they saw as federal overreach but they talked about the hammonds a lot now dwight hammond's wife susie is elated to hear her husband and son will be coming home she feels strongly that our family has been treated unfairly i don't think anybody knows how bad it is they have the government against you for people who disagree with the bundys and the hammonds this pardon is an important signal aaron weiss is with the center for western priorities he believes this sends the message that people don't need to follow the rules of federal agencies this will undoubtedly emboldened those folks who now think i rightfully so i think that they have a friend in the white house and they have a friend in the interior department who won't stand up for the folks on the front lines the bundy's were acquitted for the oregon standoff and then this year the federal trial over the 2014 bundy conflict in nevada ended in a mistrial the hammonds pardon is the latest in a series of what some feel are wins for bundy's supporters and those who want more local control of federal lands for npr news i'm amanda pitcher that story came to us from the mountain west news piero.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Of the funding for a program that helps people sign up for obamacare the centers for medicare and medicaid announced that they're going to provide only ten million dollars for the navigator program when the next enrollment period begins this fall as down from nearly thirty seven million dollars last year it coincides with the ninety percent cut in the advertising budget for obamacare it's the latest in a series of moves to weaken the affordable care act by the white house more pardons from president trump tom roberts reports there's word tuesday that the president has pardoned to oregon ranchers who became the inspiration for an armed occupation of national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen for years before that dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of arson for setting a series of fires on their ranch that spread to federal land in confirming the pardons white house press secretary sarah sanders called the hammonds devoted family men and respected contributors to their local economy she noted that the evidence at their trial was conflicting and said they weren't more than deserving of president pardons tom roberts nbc news radio and tourists rallied in new york city on tuesday and opposition to president trump's nomination for the supreme court democratic candidate for governor cynthia nixon blasted governor cuomo for saying he was a feminist and i am tired of men saying that they support women's rights because they are the father of daughters why don't you support our rights because we're human beings during your gathering at union square several highlighted concerns over the possible confirmation of federal judge brett cavenaugh namely that roe v wade could be overturned nixon joined several speakers in criticizing new york for not explicitly making abortion legal and blasted governor andrew cuomo for not doing more to protect.

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U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrant Recruits

Jim Bohannon

02:51 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrant Recruits

"The clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services which has to hand them over to 'immigration and customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly to get them back to the parents so it's a mess frankly the rb has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs david begg no has more in nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in a limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent the two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short the european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat democrats were always going to oppose the president's choice but kavanagh's opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the out here national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is cbs news progressive will compare rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us saving you time and money now that's progressive call or click today have you ever thought about.

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 2 years ago

How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Busy news i'm scott goldberg after days of working around the clock crews are beginning to pack up in northern thailand now the twelve boys and their soccer coach have been rescued from that flooded cave abc's matt gut men is there who's twelve boys and their coach are now in the hospital the problem we have to stay there about a week just to make sure that they are okay two of the boys have suffered pneumonia but that is easily treatable they're looking forward to next is actually eating their mother's home cooked food says the health minister medical teams are allowing the boys to see their parents tonight and a press conference this morning officials said the cave will be turned into a tourist attraction in washington cameras flash on capitol hill as president trump's supreme court pick brett cavanaugh arrived for the first meetings of his confirmation process the nomination already has caused a divide in the senate republicans ready for a fight senate majority leader mitch mcconnell here all kinds of fantastic stories about the pain and suffering that this perfectly qualified widely respected judge will somehow unleash democrat chuck schumer delivered those stories if judge kevin what was to be confirmed women's reproductive rights would be in the hands of five men kavanagh's confirmation fight has just begun andy field abc news capitol hill the president's on his way to brussels for a meeting with nato allies and he's expected to confront them over how much they're paying for defense the last time that he came to meet will lead us is the g seven summit it ended badly he then went on to singapore and met with the leader of north korea and that went super well here we have a meeting where he's going to sit down again with our allies everybody's worried that he's not gonna go well he then goes on vladamir putin abc's ian panel in brussels the president has pardoned a pair of cattle ranchers and oregon who were sentenced to five years in prison dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of arson in a fight over grazing rights on wall street the dow is up one hundred twelve points the nasdaq.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on WTVN

"All out twelve time boys in their soccer coach each rescued from the flooded cave complex where they were trapped for more than two weeks the final five safely removed day including new twenty five year old coach initially local authorities said they might consider charging that coach because he had endangered those kids lives but now after we all know that he kept them alive for eighteen days even sharing his rations with them lots of people here in thailand asking for a reprieve abc's matt goodman at the scene all thirteen people will be in the hospital for at least a week that means they'll miss her invitation from fee to attend the world cup final this sunday they drawing the battle lines in the senate on the president's latest supreme court pick abc's andy field says it could be a big midterm election issue senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says there is no reason to reject bread kavanagh's nomination is resume to put it simply is topnotch democrat chuck schumer disagrees is written troubling decisions rejecting something ninety percent of americans want commonsense gun laws abortion rights presidential power and the affordable care act all issues both sides see is positive or negative andy field abc news capitol hill and president trump making more controversial pardons to oregon ranchers who became the inspiration for an armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen have been pardoned dwight hammond and his son steven were also convicted of arson for setting a series of fires on their ranch at spread the federal land about two dozen vehicles in german village were vandalized overnight abc six is louie toya's as much of the damage was done along sycamore avenue our crew spotted dozens of cars that had been painted so far police are taking reports brennan says he thinks there were at least seventy hit overnight investigators are hoping homeowners or a business may have gotten some surveillance video of the vandals much of the damage was done with a can of spray paint over and so now busy today calling police neither trying to remove the graffiti themselves are calling their insurance company and ohio man awaiting extradition to arizona where he's accused of running down and killing four pedestrians twenty eight year old alex basha was indicted on four counts.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Brad kavanagh president trump's nominees for the supreme court is making the rounds in the senate this afternoon fox's rachel sutherland joins us live from washington which vice president mike pence made courtesy caused cavanaugh on the hill this is the first step in the confirmation process the most qualified and the most deserving nominee to the supreme court of the united states senate democratic leader chuck schumer says judge cavanaugh is out of the mainstream the past president trump's litmus tests humor says he wants to redo judge kavanagh's extensive record on the federal bench which could slow down the confirmation process but senate leader mitch mcconnell says he wants a vote on the nomination this fall wrench rachel before leaving for europe president trump pardons to men with ties to an armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge fox's john decker is live at the white house oregon ranchers dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted in two thousand twelve and sent to prison on arson charges they have set a series of fires on their ranch that's spread to federal land in a statement announcing the pardons white house press secretary sarah sanders emphasized the prison terms and fines the heavens had already paid and said the evidence at trial regarding the hammonds responsibility for the fire was conflicting both men were sentenced to five years in prison thanks in part to a nineteen ninetysix antiterrorism law that imposed a mandatory minimum sentence on certain crimes on federal land rich john president trump heading to brussels for a nato summit before leaving the again blasted nato countries for failing to pay their fair share for defense being taken advantage of by the european union european council president donald tusk rejecting the president's claims saying dear america appreciate your allies you don't have all that.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Breathing fresh air more trump pardons i'm michael toscano everybody's out breathing fresh air right now correspondent ivan watson in thailand where all twelve boys and their soccer coach are now out of the flooded cave and get a getting medical checkups entertainment we don't know the exact health of everybody's who who has emerged and these divers and the doctor who so bravely stayed underground with them but everybody is out on capitol hill lawmakers are reacting to president trump's nomination of judge brent cabin ought to the supreme court democratic senator dianne feinstein president trump has been crystal clear that he would put pro gun and prolife justices on the court and roe v wade would be overturned automatically brad kavanagh appears to meet all president trump's promises potential swing voters republican senators susan collins of maine and alaska senator lisa murkowski say they have to examine kavanagh's record carefully president trump has pardoned to oregon ranch who became the inspiration for an armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge back in twenty sixteen they were convicted of arson for setting fires on federal land in oregon more from sarah westwood a judge had originally recommended that these two men dwight and stephen hammond cattle ranchers in the area receive a lighter sentence because of the way the community might react the ended up getting sentenced to five years in prison dwight hammond has served three years stephen hammond has served four years but trump administration is not meeting today's original court ordered deadline to reunite kids five and younger with their undocumented immigrant families jim rupe tells us they working now under an extension of the deadline the government says only about half can be reunited finding the parents and vetting for the rest is taking some time aclu attorney league alert says the whole process is flights little says the trump says though he has a solution jor country illegally judge is expected to ask for specifics of the government's reunification plan today wall street's holding yesterday's gains the dow up one forty four i'm michael toscano ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's.

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Trump grants clemency to Oregon cattle ranchers whose imprisonment led to armed standoff

Dennis Prager

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Trump grants clemency to Oregon cattle ranchers whose imprisonment led to armed standoff

"A large body of jurisprudence cited by other courts describing him as a judge that other judges read my house correspondent greg clugston reporting all are safe as a team of international divers as rescued all twelve boys and their soccer coach from that flooded cave and thailand they'd been trapped in the cave for eighteen days the thai prime minister heard here through our bbc translator success of this mission came from good cooperation from everyone at all all agencies both thai and foreign the foreign is really pleased and i thank them on behalf of thailand for everything they've done the ministry of foreign affairs to their leaders also issue certificates to thank individual tragically one of the divers dined during the rescue effort a few days ago those who've been rescued or said to me in pretty good shape and in good spirits there hospitalized for medical checkups president trump signed full pardons this morning for oregon cattle ranchers seventy six dwight hammond and his forty nine year old son stephen hammond his long running dispute with the federal government ended with them going to prison for arson for setting fire near their land on bureau of land management acreage the to cattle ranchers convicted of arson in a case it starts the armed occupation of national wildlife refuge in oregon at least one hundred fifty five people have been confirmed dead from the recent heavy rain flooding and mudslides had struck western japan more than fifty or still unaccounted for as of tuesday afternoon most of them in the hardest hit area of hiroshima you're listening to townhall news stocks and options trading involves financial risk and it's not suitable for all investors all your stockbroker and hire yourself i'm scott bauer and.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on WJR 760

"The fives from the jr weather center not bad here's going through this tuesday some great weather right on through wednesday mix cloud and sun through midday in this afternoon eighty eight tonight mainly clear sixty three some of the suburbs less than north especially maybe down into the upper fifties sunday tomorrow a pleasant eighty six or the weather channel i mean you're all just ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr on wall street the s and p five hundred is up ten points president trump has pardoned two men who were involved in a bitter dispute with federal authorities over federal land usage that sparked the takeover of a wildlife refuge in oregon dwight hammond junior and his son steven hammond have been granted executive granted clemency by trump according to the white house the father and son duo are cattle ranchers they were convicted in two thousand twelve of committing arson on federal lands and oregon dwight hammond has been in prison for three years his son steven has been in prison for four years i'm dick haefner wjr news more news at twelve or whenever news breaks you're hearing the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for frank here's m l l rick folks we we hear a lot about opioid crisis we hear a lot about chronic pain we hear about holistic medicine and it seems like this notion that we can treat some afflictions with medical marijuana is catching on it's been ten years since voters approved medical marijuana in initially some of the conditions that were allowed to be treated our let's see cancer glaucoma hepatitis c aids post traumatic stress disorder crohn's disease and chronic diseases that result in severe nausea chronic pain or seizures and we've heard people say that edible marijuana oils smokable marijuana have made a difference in their lives just recently that list of approved treatments or conditions that require medical marijuana treatments includes arthritis autism chronic pain colitis inflammatory bowel disease obsessive compulsive disorder parkinson's disease rheumatoid arthritis.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KOMO

"Home cooked food says the health minister what i bet they want most is a hug from their parents for several days three divers and a medic were with the boys tire officials now say they have all come out safely to president trump's pick for the supreme court heads to capitol hill these meeting with senators just arrived there majority leader mitch mcconnell talking this morning about judge brett cabin cavanaugh i understand that in the united states of america judges are not not on elected super legislators homeless elect for their personal views or policy preference in that senate minority leader chuck schumer sees the judge very differently he's put at risk civil rights labor rights environmental rights lgbtq president trump this morning is pardoned a pair of cattle ranchers in oregon who were sentenced to five years in prison dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of arson in a fight over grazing rights the deadline is today for federal officials to reunite young kids and parents separated at the border abc's jim ryan says some we'll get back together government attorneys have told federal judge dana separa that just over half of the one hundred two immigrant children under five years old will be back with their parents today league eller to the aclu is urging sabra to hold the administration's feet to the fire is staying with this case in a very hands on way i think that's gonna be what's critical uniting the rest of the children fbi agent facing charges after his gun went off when he did a backflip and a denver club doing court you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed komo news it's eight oh two right now tuesday morning with cloudy skies in downtown seattle the temperature's fifty eight degrees along with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories.

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"dwight hammond" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"dwight hammond" Discussed on KSRO

"Is where the warriors won a championship here sorrow santa rosa from abc news i'm here e preston the long hard rescue of a soccer team in their coach in thailand is done all the boys are safe after more than two weeks trapped in caves by floodwaters abc's math gut man is near the cave's entrance those twelve boys and their coach are now in the hospital we'll probably have to stay there about a week just to make sure that they are okay two of the boys have suffered pneumonia but that is easily treatable with they're looking forward to next is actually eating their mother's home cooked food says the health minister what i bet they want most is a hug from their parents for several days three divers and a medic were with the boys tie officials now say they have all come out safely to president trump's pick for the supreme court heads to capitol hill he's meeting with senators just arrived there majority leader mitch mcconnell talking this morning about judge brett cavanaugh cavanaugh i understand that in the united states of america judges are not not on elected super legislators homeboy select for their personal views or policy preference but senate minority leader chuck schumer sees the judge very differently he's put at risk civil rights labor rights environmental rights lgbtq rights president trump this morning is pardoned a pair of cattle ranchers in oregon who were sentenced to five years in prison dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of arson and a fight over grazing rights the deadline is today for federal officials to reunite young kids and parents separated at the border abc's jim ryan says psalm we'll get back together government attorneys have told federal judge dana capra that just over half of the one hundred two immigrant children under five years old we'll be back with their parents today league eller to the aclu is urging sabra to hold the administration's feet to the fire the judge is staying with this case very hands on way i think that's gonna be was critical uniting the rest of children fbi agent facing charges after his gun went off when he did a backflip and a denver club due in court you're listening to abc news from fm news talk radio one oh three five ninety four five this counties morning news.

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