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What Ever Happened to Amelia Earhart?
"If amelia earhart heddon so famously disappeared. She would still have been remembered as one of the pioneers of aviation and one of the most significant figures of the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. She grew up in abilene. Kansas and later moved to their parents to saint paul minnesota and then to chicago. She picked your high school in chicago. Based on their science labs she worked as a nurse in one thousand nine seventeen in toronto coming down at the spanish flu and then in nineteen nineteen enrolled in columbia university for a year. She initially intended to study medicine however her life changed forever on december twenty eighth nineteen twenty one in long beach california. She flew in an airplane for the first time with noted air racer. Frank hawks that ten minute ten dollar flight center on a course that would change history. She immediately knew that flying was what she wanted to do and she set out to learn how to fly. She took a series of odd jobs to save up for the one thousand dollars needed for her to take flying lessons. She arrived at the kenner airfield near long beach and was taught by another female aviation pioneer. Mary neta snook. Erhard began setting records almost immediately and nineteen twenty one. She purchased a used by plane in nineteen twenty two. She used it to fly to fourteen thousand feet setting a women's altitude record in nineteen twenty-three she became only the sixteenth woman in the united states to receive a pilot's license in nineteen twenty four. She briefly returned to columbia and then it was going to attend. Mit when her family's financial problems prevented her from further study. She moved to boston with her mother where she remained. Active in local aviation in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven however charles lindbergh captured the world's attention by becoming the first person to fly across the atlantic solo. The next year a team wanted to have a first woman fly across the atlantic they selected erhard as the right woman who can handle the media attention and had the necessary skills she accompanied pilot wilmer stoltz and co-pilot slash mechanic. Louis gordon on the flight in june nineteen twenty eight
"erhard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Today, Jason Erhard all news radio 700. W ell Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Today's high ends up with the 60 degree mark with the mostly cloudy sky Tonight Clouds start to decrease and we dropped to 43 furlough. But man are we in for a beautiful Saturday, the scaly mostly sunny with a high of 73. But Saturday night's rain will bring about some cooler air for Sunday with a high of 59 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first morning, meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News. Radio 700 wlw. Right, Iris. Clear 51 degrees right now about 5000 people, The tristate are still without power. From the storms and high winds that came through overnight. Duke Energy's telling customers in some areas could be 4 30 this afternoon before service is completely restored Vaccine anymore people against covered 19, governor of Ohio's opened up vaccination to all adults over 16, and next week, he says they've been promised their biggest shipment of the vaccine to date in total this coming week. We will have flowing into the state and available They usually arrive on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, sometimes into Thursday. 1,142,460 doses of these three vaccines. Governor Open 16 Mass vaccination sites across the state next week, including one after sin to center it Xavier where 5000 doses will be administered, sign up for shots and get the shop dot coronavirus dot Ohio dot.
"erhard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To 75 an accident before Winton Road has you backed up a bit South 75. You're tapping the brakes behind a record town street. It looks like Madison Road is closed eastbound between Grandin and Bedford due to a gas lake. Jason Erhard on news radio 700 wlw. How the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw flash flood watches in effect for a very southern counties this morning. Heavy rain likely to fall throughout the morning, driving, then tapering off before the noon hour, But some additional isolated showers will get going again this afternoon Temperature wise 82 for high and then tonight Clearing out love 62 tomorrow mostly sunny conditions with highs in the upper seventies from your severe weather station. I'm nine first morning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 wlw Right now. Heaviest rain making its way through independence That is 69 degrees, all aboard free of charge. Cincinnati City Council voted yesterday to override Mayor John Cranley is veto of a measure. That makes TheStreet car now free for all riders, At least for the next 60 days, Cranley was seeking to keep fares in place in order to help finance the city's efforts against violent crime. Attorney General David Joost, meanwhile, says he disagrees with the mayor's contention that lifting curfews in the city Will help control crime. Joost is not buy into the logic used by Mayor John Cranley and police chief Elliot Isaac. That keeping Bar's open later will allow them to address crime or efficiently due to security cameras and other protocols that are not in place at things like House parties. While yours disagrees with that assessment. He also says that the state simply cannot have special rules for on Lee Hamilton County. Governor. The wind did tell local 12 yesterday that his legal team is not hopeful that they'll be able to exempt Cincinnati fromthe statewide curfew order. Since the 90 public schools have voted to continue the block on fall sports the district Still allowing teams to practice. But at this point, the school board believes that the spread of covert 19 is too much of a threat to allow direct competition. The board says it will take another look in a couple of weeks. The Reds three game losing streak no more thanks to some clutch hitting from Joey Votto last night, and it's a line drive to right center field for a hit. Here comes Akiyama around third. Here comes the throw. Not in time. Akiyama scores and the Reds win it. Tommy Thrall on the call Here on 700. W well, W Vados 13th career walkoff hit lifted the Reds to a 43 win over the Cardinals team has the day off. Today. They play a double header tomorrow in Pittsburgh. Our coverage starts at 3 10. Excuse me on Friday that will be on Friday. Off day today. Our next update at nine o'clock on Rick, you Gino news Radio 700. Well, sometimes you really got to change things up and you got to do a little bit of research before you do that. Like recently, I decided it was time to get a new doctor and I went through. So many reviews so many locations. What's the closest but also who's actually helping other people out? We want to make sure we're getting the best of whatever we're getting, and that's something you do when you change your wireless service to write. And lately there's been a lot of talk about who has the best five G coverage. Well, thanks to UCLA's review of Independent results, boom, It's official. T Mobile's five G has been tried, tested and proven with over two million scans by real people. Mobile.
"erhard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati A new fight between the mayor and City Council over the streetcar with 1 30 Report. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now. Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says he's disappointed that counsel is not supporting his plan to send money from streetcar fares to increase police in the city and lead a great committee Mary and he and my proposed Ah and supported additional resource is for our police to bring down the crime, but it looks like City Council is going to vote that down lawn public safety already met today City Council with a special session coming up in about a half hour. As of today, gunfire in violence, homicides in the city are running at about twice of what they should be for this time of year, the mayor and the police chief also asking the governor to drop the 10 o'clock curfew for bars in the state. In a letter, both John Cranley and Elliot Isaac, say the curfews contributing to that explosion of gun violence. See the shooting's happening at parties or house parties that have become more common. Since clubs are closing early. The governor could bring that up at his co vid 19 briefing today, that's coming up in a half hour. We'll carry that live The latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic Center at UC Health. I renowned back neck and spine. Experts find answers for Complex Conditions Learn more at UC health dot com Westbound 74 accident As you make your way out near the 2 75 interchange looks like traffic still flowing pretty decent through their report of an accident on Hamilton, just north of camper and one of MLK and Vine. South 75 still gonna find that broken down just south of Dixie Highway. It is contained to the right shoulder. Stay over to the left. You should be in good shape. Getting past that, and the left lane is blocked on hobble straight going westbound with an accident just before you get the Beekman Jason Erhard on news radio 700 WLW, now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. A hot afternoon with a heat index closer to 90. Actually, I 85 skies mostly cloudy and we'll start watching the radar later this afternoon for maybe a few isolated storms by six PM, but much more likely, overnight. Storms are in for the overnight hours. Love 72, then often on rain and thunderstorm. Chances will be around throughout Wednesday with a high of 81 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 WLW radar shows just a little bit of rain that could now be starting to pop up just west of Hamilton and Fairfield. It is 84 degrees. Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says officers.
"erhard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Road looks like a tractor trailer. Looks like it's on the right hand side shouldn't be an issue for you. Our next report is in 15 minutes. I'm Jason Erhard NewsRadio 8 40 W. H. J S Wook. Why Meteorologist a mammal? Oh, ceviche with Friday forecast, it'll feature of mostly cloudy sky highs near 85. As we get into the afternoon and evening hours. We're gonna watch for a few scattered shower and storm chances lows near 70 overnight. Better chances of scattered showers and storms tomorrow highs again near 85. Degrees will be 86 on Sunday was still a chance of a few spotty showers. Trending drier and hotter next week with highs back in the nineties that your latest wook why forecast I'm Appaloosa Veg, Kentucky Anna's breaking news, weather and Traffic station. This's news radio Wait, 40 w H. J S. Your news from now. Good morning. It's 11 30. I'm Will Clark News radio 8 40 W H A s a couple of developing stories we're following this hour. The first Is a shooting at market and Shawnee Terrorists are partners of Wook. Why it's showing us a scene of an alley roped off with police tape at that scene. It's not clear exactly what the condition of the victim is. At this point. It is, though the fourth shooting in the city in the last 24 hours. The other three shootings have left one person dead and two others injured. Two injured were in a double shooting near Churchill Downs. The one killed wasn't in an alley in the Russell neighborhood at three o'clock this morning. That's the city's 102nd homicide will be following that story throughout the day will bring you updates as they become available. Our other story is downtown, where Louisville fire crews are on the scene.
National Amelia Earhart Day with Wade Roush
"Hey Paul it's weighed rouch. So July twenty fourth is National Amelia Earhart Day and I guess what I'm curious about is how Amelia herself would feel about the way she's remember today I mean it seems like she's famous mostly for disappearing into thin air and only secondarily for being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic which all seems Kinda backward to me. On the other hand, she's seen increasingly as a feminist icon which seems like might please her. So I'm just curious how historians and biographers think earhart would have regarded her own fame. Thanks. Wade given that I've never been confused for an historian. I'm one of those people that thinks about Erhard the way you've described above. So it's nice to be given a little nudge of history and hopefully I can return the favor. For my first recommendation, I, found a podcast called. Erhard which hopes to shed some more light on Earhart by interviewing guests. In this episode, they interview Abigail Harrison who is commonly known as astronaut. Abby. As part of the interview, Abby Talks about how a millionaire heart is an inspiration. They also talk about the marsh. And stem as well as our work as an aspiring actress not. Today's guest is weighed Roche host of the soonest podcast which helps us understand were technology come from and how we decide to start or stop using it. It's that understanding that allows us to be more intentional about the kind of future were building together. Soon Ish covers a lot of ground from bridges to virtual reality to the voting process. One episode that struck me though was way talking about quitting facebook, which is something I grapple with constantly On the episodes page description we'd outlines multiple years were facebook failed us and he finally had enough. Here in twenty twenty facebook continues to fail enlarge ways and I wish some of the tech support groups that I am a member of would find another service. So I could get off facebook myself. For last recommendation wait went above and beyond he's given three podcast recommendations and a youtube channel that are about the weird byways and. In no particular order they are. The. Constant. The right stuff the wrong way. Ninety nine percents, invisible gander international airport. Should this exist boom the return of supersonic flight. And Amy Sheera. Titles Youtube Channel VINCA space. A link to all of them will be in the show notes. For today's extra hot sauce. I just WanNa add that Wade is one of the creators of the Boston based podcast collective called hub-and-spoke. If you've been listening to this podcast since the beginning you'll know that Charles Gustin was my second guest ever who was the host of ICONOGRAPHY, which is part of hub and spoke.
Part of KSU cheerleader’s lawsuit dismissed against sheriff, ex-lawmaker
"The law part of a lawsuit filed by a former Kennesaw state cheerleader against Cobb County. Sheriff Neil Warren and former state rep Earl Ehrhart is dismissed the suit claims they violated the cheerleaders rights by pressuring ks us president to act after. For some cheerleaders took a knee during the national anthem. Federal judge found no evidence that Warren or Erhard acted for racial or political reasons. Now the suit can continue against ks us former
"erhard" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And as we got the day off, the landscape designers are Erhard is here with us. And there before we went to the break we were talking about. Visual fun in the wintertime. I guess that's something to break up the monotony. You talked about a couple of things, and I know you've got some more than that are that work. So I showed you during the break a picture of the river could see the Barak on as soon as I saw that. I realized what it was because I have seen it before. Yeah. And then there's another plant, and it's called the common. Name would be Harry Lauder walking stick that sound. That sound sounds very because I know wary water was you do. Yes, who was water was a British music hall performer. He were killed any carry this this old walkie sick. And he would sing in the vernacular. The very very Scottish Burr. Yeah. Reading Robert burns. Okay. And anyway, yes. And he was as late as World War Two. I know he was still performing. And I I remember we had recordings of his at home. Ooh. Oh, boy growing up. So when he had the did you ever see him with a walking stick to? Okay. So was the walking six straight? No. It was it was crooked. Okay. So there you go. That's why they call it. The I learned something new. Really cool from somebody old. Yes. And now, what makes that interesting? Yes. So the scientific name of this plant is cordless contorted. Yeah. And yeah, so yeah, exactly. So describes its branches in its branches are contorted. This plant is a love hate plant people either see it and go all my gosh. That's the one of the most coolest plants I've ever seen or were. They look at it. And they say oh that things ugly. It looks sick. What could you do wrong with the leaves on it? Look somewhat shriveled. And so that's why people they'll look at it. And thing looks like there's something wrong. Yeah. But in the winter to sit on my hurry to. But in the wintertime, take the leaves off of it because it's deciduous, and you have all these curled curls down. And it also gets a little seed had this call the cat, Ken and the they hanging down and the the whole planet. Looks just really cool in the wintertime with the contorted towns, and then the little catkins, and again when the snow lays on it, just a very interesting plant, okay. Harry Lauder L A U D E R walking stick with a common name. Right. And then there's actually variation of that that's called red dragon, which is really cool again. It's the contorted Filbert. But it has the leaves have a bit of a reddish purple tint to him. And I like to use that one too. It's just really neat as a specimen standalone kind of plant. You wouldn't put three of them in you'd put one of them in and let it be a focal point in your landscape. That's a really cool plant one of the other ones that people don't think about very much as winter interests would be your ru goals aromas. So the wild like a wild shrub rose. Okay. And the the. Oh my goodness. The rose hips there we go. The fruit. Out of it. You can and you can actually eat them. They're very vitamin c. Yeah. I knew very healthy. I didn't realize you could just a little bit. Like a crab apple. I guess I remember tasting a crab apple. Yeah. Another Witter interested crab. Apple would be nice also. Yeah. Then some of the crab apples have what's called persistent fruit. So that all that means is the fruit hangs on through the winter. Well, they tend to be lower in sugar. So the birds aren't quite as crazy about them. So they'll eat them, but they won't eat them right away. They'll they'll hang through the wintertime. Until we really hungry. Exactly. And oftentimes people think of the foreign crab apples is just the red fruit like red or maybe bright orange, but there's also one called harvest gold and has a really nice yellow on it. With winter taxes, you think about red against the snow would be beautiful. It's different something out of the ordinary. So a few of the ones the crab apples that the university of Wisconsin extension highly recommends for being good for winter interest, and to says all around disease resistant and stuff are the that harvest gold that I mentioned, and then there's another one called jewel coal the old standby was red jewel. So this is kind of an improved variety called jewel coal. Okay. That one is red fruit persistent, and then another one if the people like the weeping form, so the crab has more of a weeping four-man. Coral cascade. That's another one that has though cool weeping form, and the persistent food before you mean sort of like, a weeping, willow. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So it has kind of that weeping. Yeah. The branches. The roots that are gonna find your pipes and come in here. This is true. And it won't get Seagal darn large either everything willow will. So those are some of the crab apples that work. Great. We talked about the, evergreen Perennials. But everybody also knows about the ornamental grasses. So there's a million different varieties of those right out there and some people like to put them in the fall and clean everything up. But they can be kind of cool. If you leave him for the winter, absolutely. I kind of a shame that people chapel down. Whereas if you leave them up to the rear kind of interesting, and again, we're looking for somebody to break, the monotony of just the the barons no ground anyway, looking at the old clock on the wall. It's time to take a break..
"erhard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A rude wake-up call in the south this morning. This is the five thirty report. I'm Matt Reese along with Brian combs breaking now an earthquake in Tennessee this morning about four fifteen. It was centered six files north northeast of Decatur which is between Knoxville and Chattanooga about one hundred and twenty miles south east of Nashville was felt in the Atlanta area was felt from Gwinnett county and the north Georgia mountains all the way across the northern Atlanta metro area to where which is in western Cobb County, doctor in the northwest part of town, and it was going to wake people up. It woke us up. It's felt like somebody was shaking. The bet we looked at each other and said, it's not me. And I said it's not me we looked at the dog. And we know it's not her only compounds. ABC's Pete combs reporting this morning from Atlanta. The earthquake was magnitude four point four was followed up by a magnitude three point three aftershock. No word yet. Whether there's any damage or injuries. Now, the latest traffic and weather together from the UC traffic center UC health, Westchester, hospital nationally, ranked for exceptional patient experiences and clinical outcomes pretty quiet out there right now. Your typical roadwork going on seventy five both directions of paddock road. That'll be done at six AM. Same story on seventy four coming inbound between Montana, and I seventy five one lane blocked there until six, but really not a problem for you right now volumes still very light. Jason Erhard on News Radio seven hundred wwl w.
"erhard" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The Erhard is going to be joining us shortly. And we also going to be. We could lose the the liner up there. We we also going to be taking some calls there and also discussing what's going on with the midterms prison. I'd say it's gonna have eleven appearances in the next six days. I've never seen anything like it from a president who's not asking you to vote for himself. He's asking you to vote for other people to me the biggest mystery. So for of this election is what's happening in the Senate seat the race for the Senate seat in Arizona, Jeff flake seat, more than sallies fighter pilot, Republican conservative trying to replace a conservative. She's going against Kristen cinema who every day nor revelations come out that shows her questionable character questionable life story. And now, you have a staffer could on camera tug it about how she's pretending to be moderate and fair that she's actually a real liberal, and guess what? Cinemas now up by three or four points. I just don't understand it the first female fighter pilot in the hashtag metoo era. And you have our Inara. Zona representing a very military oriented very patriotic state, which I understand is leading to purple the other thing that I find a mystery the people of Florida, I guess it's just such a close state, Democrats or Republicans having trouble picking between Senator Bill Nelson. Who is a great guy. Astronaut -ccomplish military got it. He hasn't done anything in twenty years. And you have Rick Scott. This successful businessman wasn't taking a dime from the state. He gave the state something like twenty million jobs. He brought him into surplus. They now have a rainy day fund. And you can't decide in Florida who the best candidate is who's going to work harder for you for your interest in understand what Florida wants I mean, governor Scott as at the point where as much as he's friends with Donald Trump, he separated from Donald Trump on many issues, including when he came to you the Spanish, but one thing about governor, Scott his ratings are high with Hispanics because he's earned it. He wanted with the Puerto Rico had the flood excuse me, the hurricane and were flooded out of their home. They were relocated to Florida. They did not leave a lot in the Orlando area he proved himself to them in their community in the Cuban community as well. So I just I'm flabbergasted about those two races that they're even close. We'll see what happens on election day. We're also going to be watching what's happening in Missouri..
"erhard" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Also in London right now Seattle leading Oakland fourteen nothing after another touchdown pass. From Russell Wilson. Let's go to Jason Erhard with the Steelers just getting into the end zone moments ago. The rain is picked up Jason. Yeah. Things starting to pick up here in Cincinnati. The Steelers getting a one yard touchdown run from jail. Connor was pretty impressive drive. They went seventy five yards in over five and a half minutes. Connor had a twenty six yard run on that. Dr Ben Rothlisberger has been sharp thus far seven of twelve for seventy three yards. Bengals have the ball back though. They are in Steelers here. Tori facing a third down and five at the Steelers forty three with about eleven minutes to go here in the first half all mounted up at seven here in Paul brownstein. Right. So it's been a good one so far there and it was David Moore catch in the nineteen yard touchdown pass. From Russell Wilson. His second of the day. Brought Russell Wilson so far five of seven seventy four yards and the two touchdowns quickly. Let's go back to Mike man Q so at MetLife stadium it's been a turnover fest so far between the jets and the colts, Mike and the colts now lead thirteen to ten rich. Adam unitary hitting a thirty one yard field goal that happened after the jets completed a pass Quincy and noon. Fumbled and the colts recovered they drove down to the thirteen yard line. Viteri hits the field goals on your new fumble called started into a field goal. Daily thirteen to ten eleven minutes remaining second quarter, Mike. So right now the Steelers just time things up with the Bengals a couple of moments ago at seven few minutes into the second quarter. Matt Ryan a fast start the falcons on top of the buccaneers fourteen six chargers and their pass rush. Putting the pressure on Baker Mayfield as the LA leaves the Browns. Seven charge of four sacks. Vikings in front of cardinals ten three and made the big stop on fourth and goal from the one yard line Redskins with a big lead over the Panthers who have turned the ball over a couple of times fourteen and nothing Seahawks in front of the raiders fourteen. Nothing cults on top of the jets thirteen to ten and the dolphins with a seven nothing lead over the bears Hymie fair ban of field goal. The Texans with a ten nothing lead over the bills. Sees on football on CBS sports radio. My number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A number three. Table for four please. Anything close to the restroom? Middle seat with these stomach problems. That's my fear of flying sound like you. If it does you could be one of.
Wisconsin, Castro and London discussed on Today
"The first generations around the city with the podcast series called radical diaspora getting yes and analyzes the groundbreaking innovators with the author of rebel talent and john cass wants to be known he isn't a fan of taste of chicago look them up wgn plus a night scenes and google play before the allstar break it's time to rake the cubs close out the series in sorry fix that phones are they were breaking cubs close out the series in san diego sunday at two thirty on wgn tv texter says it's a thorn in your side they didn't say idiot but i'm reading between the lines 'cause how do you correct me roger of course it's a thorn in your side was going with the birth theme thorne the didn't come into the picture i guess i was trying to straighten that out all right where is amelia earhart have we found anymore putty chris who does the searching for erhard podcast will jump on the phone with us right after we check the news it is to thirty two in the morning let's get the headlines roger chain of gas stations owned by the family of vice president mike pence close in two thousand four but more than eightyfive those sites still pose environmental dangers like leaking storage tanks more than twenty million dollars have been spent by illinois indiana and kentucky to clean up the pollution hundreds of people swarmed the streets of glasgow scotland to protest president trump's visit to the uk in central london yesterday there were tens of thousands protesters absentee voting for wisconsin's august fourteenth primary has begun but the process for castro ballot early varies across the state wisconsin elections commission says voters should contact their local municipal clerk's office to see what days and hours they're open and voters can make appointments for offices that don't keep regular hours we'll check sports traffic and.
"erhard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good thing i've practiced in the dark we eat you've been through a lot in the past few years you've had neck cancer and lung cancer can we talk about how you were able to get back into shape to be able to perform and tour i mean the next surgery severed nerves in your tongue it damaged salivary glands i had to do some they they gave me a speech therapist that was part of the therapy when i was just getting over the the initial surgery the next surgery that was pretty a pretty big surgeries met i really big surgery and it was a big one and i didn't realize i had anything any slurring my speech whatsoever but it killed some of the nerves in your town came made you have i guess they would call like lazy near your tongue we'd just go inside naturally and you've slur some your words said did some speech therapy but i tell the labs going in for that surgery i had talked to the surgeon and the radiologist and they had to deliver radiation on my throat a very vocal cords and the radiologists was explained to me he was gonna make a shield my vocal cords as if you need me with something meggett noise as a come up with a voice on the idea and the the surgeon told me my golf swing we're improve after surgery now i said i hate golf so at least they've left me with the boys to sing i think improve my boys have anything i always erhard listener messanger before my surgery see that a new voice and you feel different about it yeah dropped down lowering feels friendlier to mesa i can actually sit in a studio and listen my singing played back before i run the way that's really surprising i think.
"erhard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Is fox and friends with steve doocy as well as ainsley erhard and brian kilmeade rudy giuliani trump's top attorneys saying that the molar probe cannot indict or issue subpoena against trump for the very same reasons why they can indict him they also cannot issue a subpoena people liked immediately think of what about clinton he had to in oakland in half to voluntarily did but he didn't have to never give up his presidential prerogatives who just because he went forward just meeting set a precedent for succeeding presidents everybody gets to do with their own way when it comes to the separation of powers and he went on to say that the molar team can issue a report to congress and if it's fair fight if it's unfair then the trump team will in his words quote unquote rip it apart we have assisting in the opining and analyzing show what am i regulars dan gainer vice president of business and culture for the media research centres all say fox news contributing columnist dan have you back buddy how are you today during so much news going on you can there's more investigation it really looks like he's going to be more disastrous than your what yeah but i think more disastrous for the investigative team under muller not necessarily for trump i mean there's always a lot of ashes and smoke when the mainstream media reports on trumpet ultimately is john solomon of the hill newspaper was recently heard saying on my show courtesy of clips out of fox and others that the genesis of this is just not exposing much in the way of nefarious nece and that he also pointed out how in this piece in.
Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
"Wnyc dot org this is wnyc fm hd and am new york bbc news with sue montgomery china has urged the united states are north korea to demonstrate goodwill to create conducive atmosphere for next month's summit between president trump and kim jong un pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament a chinese foreign ministry spokesman gang called and take and all signs sawyer one zero tommy all relevant parties especially north korea and the us should meet each other halfway and demonstrate mutual goodwill and sincerity to actively create a conducive atmosphere for their leaders meeting and realize the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and long lasting peace and stability earlier pyongyang angrily criticized the us and south korea for the resumption of joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with seoul this was pharmaceutical company novartis says said it's top lawyer is stepping down over a one point two million dollar contract the company signed with donald trump's personal lawyer michael cohen novartis is lawyer felix erhard said it had been legal but was a mistake the company signed the one year contract with michael kunze consultancy company soon after mr trump took office mr cohen is currently being investigated by the federal authorities in the united states in belgium has rejected an extradition requests from spain for three former catalan government ministers who are being investigated over the region's unilateral declaration of independence from brussels gavin lee after six months in selfimposed exile in belgian tony come in murray shell surat ann lewis tweet today told they won't have to return to spain to face allegations of rebellion or disobedience and misusing public funds they hugged one another and their supporters cheered outside the court after the spa punish request for extradition was officially rejected the belgian court ruled that the list of allegations were not compatible with crimes recognized under a european arrest warrant the former castle and president us pushed him on remains in exile in germany awaiting a court decision on whether he can be extradited over allegations of misusing public funds the organizer of the gay pride week.
"erhard" Discussed on Mixergy
"That's part of your process how do you identify this process and what happens next for you in that process how do you what how do you know that breeding for you works for someone else that might be go for a walk for someone else that might be something else how do how do you identify that well to me one of the things i learned about this might i can't remember where i got this from might have been some werner erhard influence but the idea is called complete emotion cycles emotions come in waves and they fled our bodies with chemicals and then they kind of go away and it takes several minutes for an emotion cycle kind of a standard emotion cycle to happen for some of us get really triggered for me all feel him for hours sometimes for days i kind of can't get rid of a feeling if like we're in a really big fight or something really hard happens but what a lot of us do and i definitely did this when i was younger is we don't feel them we don't allow them into our consciousness we think it's going to push that down i'm gonna distract myself i'm going to do the next thing but when we do that they get kind of pentup and then we kind of can't we can't have emotional experiences that are flowing with other people in with ourselves and so the key practices it's not walking a breathing it's to feel the emotions that you're feeling so when the emotion comes up and you feel triggered to stop in to feel where the emotion is feel for a lot of people anger might be you know the back in the neck and the head or in the chest or in the arms or sadness might be in the chest with the stomach or anxiety might be you know high in the chest you feel it and present presently stay with it as it moves through your system and allow yourself to have complete emotion cycle don't interrupt them and even though it's hard to do when it's over a few minutes later and you've just felt it and stayed with it when it goes then it really goes and it.
"erhard" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Um i agree with that absolutely absolutely and so i feel at the end of the day with both parties instead of saying oh we need to have a person of colour their face bright aside as to say that we believe in all races we are equal and set of trying to take a picture and use some one seat someone's face just try to help you out why not get to go the person gets her no the culture of the people as are to begin to step out and so i feel like we have got to stop separating ourselves when really we have so much more in common than what we think because all we're doing a stereotyping people while she's black he's wide he's this he is that how 'bout that's a woman who cares about a business that's a man who cares about his family that someone who cares about their community were were too busy trying to take a picture you a photo shoot to say okay hey were equal we have equal rights here i believe that this person by the end of the day erhard may not really feel that way so timu's like stop line stop lying at the end of the day we are all people at the end of the day we all have the same needs bamut have different ways of getting there we have the same needs and the same desired let's work together to accomplish those goals exactly hey we're going to go ahead and take a quick commercial break folks before i go ahead and give a special shout out to our sponsor this half hour i'll know about you but i'm not a day trader i'm not an investor uh go ahead and look at my math grades from high school they were pretty abysmal but i like to think i'm up three reasonable adult when it comes to managing my own finances but we we live in an age where we have to make sure that were growing were gaining more and more investing smartly there is a great way to do that you can make your money essentially grow while you sleep go ahead and check out our friends at joint helium dot com that's join h e l e u m dot com joint helium dot com where you can go ahead and invest as little.
"erhard" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Should win the bears are very good defensively but to see them score early carso wednesday zach urge and they have a great joint deliberations after the fact is now seven nothing right as an important score early on for philly no doubt in these ecu for the reasons you said you wanted to the good teams play good against the teams that aren't as good as them i mean that's those are the tv deseo can go into the playoffs apple confident about the philadelphia eagles because their 9 and one against teams that when they should beat them they beat them that's my problem with the atlanta falcons that's my problem with them of these other up and down team that you know maybe have some playoff perspective but at the same time like we still don't know what you are yet with this late we're we twelve of the season l let's go now to holding it down in the land of graders jason erhard what's going on with he's had bagels he bobo team score on their initial possession the browns get a field goal after a nearly six minutes drive from getting solace to go up three nothing the bengals take it right back down the field and he dealt in three or four for thirty two yards on the drive culminated by an eightyard strike the secondyear player tyler buoyed bengals up seven to three five a way to go first quarter from paul brown stadium here i thank you for that erhard's in the thirty one yard too tied the carolina panthers at three p so let us your goals early on by the way the carolina panthers back off thereby as i said earlier greg olsen is back in this game and you'll see the anderson's spoke to head coach ron rivera he told her that the expectation was probably around thirty snaps her greg olsen for a team at seven and three and plays outstanding defense how much of a boost can you provide for them i'm a huge lose mean more than the the natural ability in his ability as a playmaker where he does for cam newton by being on the field is invaluable you know what i mean is because he feels more comfortable with gregg olsen law he.
"erhard" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Erhard then joined the purdue university staff as a women's career cancer an adviser in aeronautics in 1930 35 after being invited by university president edward see elliott to lecture at the university nineteen four december nineteen 35 purdue had a conference on women's working opportunities in ear erhard was the featured speaker july nineteen thirty six purdue and other sponsors helped erhard purchased a lockheed electra ten e which she called her flying laboratory and she began planning a trip to fly around the world at the equator and in the early 1930s seven sheen frank noonen her navigator began their first attempt to fly round the world the flew from oakland california to honolulu hawaii march seventeen eighteen but crashed while attempting to take off from luke field no near pearl harbor on march 20th and luckily neither was seriously injured now frank noonen spread take a second learn a little bit about the other person who disappeared with a million back 1937 noonen was recently escaped convict who had killed several women and the previous year's up before 1937 all of which showed why say killed all of them also just disappeared so can aware that no one has ever really looked into that angle three three women disappeared when hanging out with frank noonen in the years nineteen thirty four night and thirty five and nineteen thirty six each so nine toll each year three when would disappear so and never looked into so i dunno i dunno anyway he was a flight nights fact i can just made that it just now of course it is not true.
"erhard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Locker room seventeen nothing baltimore on top of cincinnati thank you very much jason erhard in cincinnati it's been a tough first half were the bengals and the ravens lost a couple of players danny would head uh stary smith both going down so uh but still up seventeen to nothing let's go to scott harrison in houston right now that texas and that uh jaguars touchdown did it stand scott it's a good rule a free quarterback com sabbath desirable isn't for bush and so it was incomplete pass and it was a break is actually finally media drive coming together a little bit force as they have the ball down thirty six yard line but then just moments ago tom savage the fact that can be good time today and other float like elitist campbell and it looks like maybe another fall below out there and we'll have to see if that is going to be a touchdown and uh so maybe moments later on and why again that wouldn't get eighteen and nothing and we'll get back scott it seems as if the protection has not been very good for tom savage today no who protection has been very core and i'll tell you uh it's just the one of things they had a from changes in their one of the guys holding out and again nothing is going right for them on offense and again uh those are one of those things and look at near it looks like it was thought say follow your junior expensive and the bible back and he was also sacked facts i believe fifthly back in the day to first a former first round picks third overall mrs rookie season with the twenty seal that was suffered mini minicamps so dollars starting to peace dividends for the jaguars let's go to brian douglas in tennessee it's exciting for us to happen uh what ended with a big moment for.
"erhard" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Woman sitting there you don't see your face she is caucasian but apart from mad i dunno she's the same build israel yard maybe could say that and then they point to a plane and the photo photos well but now will go on and you can decide photograph the analyst toh history the photo appears legitimate and on doctored former fbi executive assistant director sean henry and nbc news analyst worked on the project when you pull it out and when you see the analysis that's been done i think it leaves note doubt to the viewers that that's a million erhard fred noonan in 1937 the japanese had banned nearly all westerners from the islands but in the photo it appears there are two caucasians on the dock a man standing on the left in what appears to be a woman which short hair wearing pants white gerhard sitting on the edge are that it looked you got to admit that's pretty amazing coincidence if it's not them henry took the photo to facial recognition expert can't gibbs who urged over the photo of the man with file photos of fred noonan the hairline is the most distinctive characteristic it's a very sharp receiving here line the knows is very prominent the teeth hairline a knows all appear to match up as my feeling that this is very convincing evidence this is probably noonan then the person sitting with their back to the camera with hair that appears to long for a man and too short for native woman gibson compared body measurements with previous photos of erhard again dan striking similarities uh this is a great project because you can ruling know you find this one photo it pretty much been agreed upon i thought that amelia earhart's plane went down and was lost in the sea no wreckage found no bodies found it's one of those mysteries.
"erhard" Discussed on WDRC
"This morning show as state tv today as he accused fox's aim finally erhard of throwing president trump softball questions and a new interview king made the comment after airing a clip of the interview from fox and friends were trump explained his recent declaration that he had no tapes of his conversations with former fbi director james comey trump implied on twitter weeks ago that he could have recorded me as trump answered erhard added that you believe trump's tactic was a smart way to make sure the komi stayed honest in his hearings let's set aside the tough probing questions on state tv year we haven't actually heard the president's entire story every let me tell you what i think about all of this to do over the last six weeks about president trump and his comment what he actually said on twitter was james comey had better hope that i don't have tapes of the conversation he never claimed to have tapes and is the kind of i think trash talk that somebody might expect if you had a dispute with somebody and there was a questioned about which one of used telling the truth and he said you'd better hope i don't have tapes that conversation you're not saying you do have tapes you're just saying you better hope i don't i think it is a good way to ensure that somebody stays honest because after all we have people in politics were not telling us the entire story at times and james comey it turns out i think is a a highly deceptive highly dishonest former public official my evidence of that he leaked information illegally to the new york times for all we know because he leaked once he may have leaked a number of other times the trump administration has seen itself beset by leaks over the last several months and we all wondered who was possess shen too high enough and the bureaucracy to have access to that information while james comey could be one answer who would have had a motivation to act against president trump by leaking information to the press turns out james colmey would be a good answer that question so if you wonder why president trump was suggesting to combat you better be honest about what you're saying because i might have tapes well he mildly suggested that i don't think it was a bad way to send a message to colmey tell.