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"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

"To their own lives thank you for your quick thinking and bravery eva Janice dean fox news fox on faith with Lauren green when Chris Norton was eighteen years old he was living the American dream playing college football break a few records the plan was to be this all American football player the the girl my dreams what his plans suddenly changed with one missed time to tackle his neck snapped paralyzing him doctors gave him a three percent chance to ever feel anything below the neck with faith Chris beat the odds after intense training he with the help of his then fiancee Emily walked across the stage to receive his diploma three years later down the aisle after waiting it was amazing to see him push past those fears and pushed past the times where he felt I doubt and then just to see the way that god used in their book the seven longest yards Emmeline Chris Norton tell the story of how god guided them to turn a tragedy into triumph they started a foundation adopted five foster children and inspired millions to never give up it's all to spread hoping that perseverance to hear more go to light house made podcast at foxnews dot com for fox on faith Lorne Greene fox news right off what is judicial activism activism his roe versus Wade activism is telling us the second amendment should not be in the constitution or it really isn't door that it doesn't mean what it says rush activism is saying it's a living breathing document does it give the founders could not possibly have known what the country would be like two hundred and twenty years later we smart people have to be the ones who interacts activism Rush Limbaugh daily eleven eighty eight.

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"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KTOK

"Chris Norton was eighteen years old he was living the American dream playing college football break a few records the plan was to be this all American football player the the girl my dreams what his plans suddenly changed with one missed time to tackle his neck snapped paralyzing him doctors gave him a three percent chance to ever feel anything below the neck with faith Chris beat the odds after intense training he with the help of his then fiancee Emily walked across the stage to receive his diploma three years later down the aisle after waiting it was amazing deal the CM pushed past those fears and pushed past the times where he felt that doubt and then just to see the way that god used in their book the seven longest yards Emmeline Chris Norton tell the story of how god guided them to turn a tragedy into triumph they started a foundation adopted five foster children and inspired millions to never give up it's all to spread hope and the perseverance to hear more go to light house made podcast at foxnews dot com the fox on faith Lorne Greene fox news Donald trumps America president trump defending his tweet from Sunday in which he suggested for democratic Congress woman of color should go back to their countries they hate our country they hate it I think with a passion now it's possible I'm wrong the voters will decide and responding to a question from a reporter asking if he's concerned that many people saw his tweet is racist and that white nationalist groups are finding common cause with him on that point the president responded directly very simply you can leave you can leave right now come back if you want don't come back it's okay to but if you're not happy you can leave besides Democrats a growing list of Republican lawmakers including senator Tim Scott the only black Republican senator have rebuke the president over his comments Scott and his statement saying no matter our political disagreements aiming for the lowest common denominator well only divide our nation further at the White House John decker fox news.

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"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

"Man the Soyuz rocket and its multi national crew take a giant leap off the launch pad down for the international space station back here on earth two hundred million people under extreme heat warnings from the Midwest to the east coast temps soaring reaching triple digits in some places are could be some relief on Sunday across parts of the plains of the cold front press the southward and that relief will begin to spread eastward through the Ohio valley on Monday and then eventually by Tuesday along the east coast we should be actually to temp for that slightly below average this is Bob or back of the National Weather Service already six deaths blamed on the extreme heat for in Maryland one in Arizona another in Arkansas this is fox news the heat wave breaks on Monday with much cooler weather heading our way breezy for the early morning hours clear skies and mid to upper seventies later on today mostly sunny and hot upper nineties maybe an afternoon shower showers will be likely Sunday night a few lingering showers Monday and low eighties this is K. NSS meteorologist Steve Hamilton box on faith with Lauren green when Chris Norton was eighteen years old he was living the American dream playing college football break a few records the plan was to be this all American football player the the girl my dreams what his plans suddenly changed with one missed time to tackle his neck snapped paralyzing him doctors gave him a three percent chance to ever feel anything below the neck with faith Chris beat the odds after intense training he with the help of his then fiancee Emily walked across the stage to receive his diploma three years later down the aisle after waiting it was amazing to go to see him push past those fears and pushed past the times where he felt I doubt and then just to see the way that god used in their book the seven longest yards Emmeline Chris Norton tell the story of how god guided them to turn a tragedy into triumph they started a foundation adopted five foster children and inspired millions to never give up it's all to spread hoping that perseverance to hear more go to light house made podcast at foxnews dot com the fox on faith Lorne Greene fox news this is fox on justice a decade old mystery solved or maybe it wasn't in two thousand nine Nancy Moyer disappeared in Olympia Washington after she had dropped off a coworker on her way home without a mom sucks especially when you don't know where she is her daughter Samantha was just a child when it happened and it seeming graduation get see my first dance me drive a car any of that the case went cold until some crime shows and podcasts started investigating and then police picked up a suspect a one time co worker who live nearby a surprise to Moyers estranged husband bill I I didn't realize that you know that they've been co workers at some point in time according to local reports Eric Lee Roberts confessed to killing.

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"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KNSS

"Years old he was living the American dream playing college football break a few records the plan was to be this all American football player the girl my dreams what his plans suddenly changed with one missed time to tackle his neck snapped paralyzing him doctors gave him a three percent chance to ever feel anything below the neck with faith Chris be the ions after intense training he with the help of his then fiancee Emily walked across the stage to receive his diploma three years later down the aisle after waiting it was amazing to build a CM pushed past those fears and pushed past the times where he felt I doubt and then just to see the way that god used in their book the seven longest yards Emmeline Chris Norton tell the story of how god guided them to turn a tragedy into triumph they started a foundation adopted five foster children and inspired millions to never give up it's all to spread hoping that perseverance to hear more go to light house made podcast at foxnews dot com for fox on faith Lorne Greene fox news this is fox on justice a decade old mystery solved or maybe it wasn't in two thousand nine Nancy Moyer disappeared in Olympia Washington after she had dropped off a coworker on her way home without a mom sucks especially when you don't know where she is her daughter Samantha was just a child when it happened and it seeming graduation did see my first dance may drive a car any of that the case went cold until some crime shows and podcasts started investigating and then police picked up a suspect a one time co worker who live nearby a surprise to Moyers estranged husband bill I I didn't realize that you know that they'd been co workers at some point in time according to local reports Eric Lee Roberts confessed to killing Nancy Moyer but then recanted his confession he's being held on a million and a half dollars bail closure bill Moyers says not yet until there's a body we we're not there yet with fox on justice Hank finds them fox news when things take a turn for the worse there's not much you can do about it get.

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"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"emmeline chris norton" Discussed on KTOK

"Of fervent passion that we all have for for whatever that thing Ashley Dvorkin fox news military matters general mark Bailey promised senators he would always give president trump his best military advice no matter what we are not going to be intimidated into making stupid decisions we will give our best military advice regardless of consequences to the U. S. army's top officer appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee for his confirmation hearing Thursday he will replace general Joe Dunford as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff this fall when Dunford steps down general Millie enjoyed bipartisan support during the hearing including those wary of president trump's agenda independent Maine senator Angus king told Millie he wanted to know if he had what it takes to stand up to the president the oval office is an intimidating place the president I states is the most powerful leader in the in the free world we understand absolutely full well has of our chosen profession and we know what this is about we will give our best military advice regardless of consequences Duracell for military matters at the Pentagon Jennifer Griffin fox news I found faith with Lauren green when Chris Norton was eighteen years old he was living the American dream playing college football break a few records the plan was to be this all American football player the the girl my dreams what his plans suddenly changed with one missed time to tackle his neck snapped paralyzing him doctors gave him a three percent chance to ever feel anything below the neck with faith Chris beat the odds after intense training he with the help of his then fiancee Emily walked across the stage to receive his diploma three years later down the aisle at the wedding it was amazing to go to see him push past those fears and pushed past the times where he felt I doubt and then just to see the way that god used in their book the seven longest yards Emmeline Chris Norton tell the story of how god guided them to turn a tragedy into triumph they started a foundation adopted five foster children and inspired millions to never give up it's all to spread.

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