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The Army Is Expanding Allowed Hairstyles For Women
"For years, Most women in the U. S Army were required to wear their hair short or pinned back into a very tight bond that time has now passed. Earlier This year, the Army began allowing women who spent most of their day away from the field freedom from the bun. And this month, the army updated that changed to allow female soldiers. A little more freedom. I actually started Tolo practice braiding my hair because I was so excited that we were going to be able to braid our hair and wear ponytails that Sergeant Nickel Pierce, who works at Fort Sill in Oklahoma, she's been able to wear braids and ponytails since January, and now she's able to wear them untucked so long as they don't go past her shoulder blades, thanks to the update to the updated grooming policy. Major Terry Taylor, stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia has enjoyed not having to chemically relaxed her hair because locks, braids, twists and cornrows can come together in one or two braids or a ponytail and still meet regulation with lax. There is a style called barrel rolls. And which are hair can be rolled back. Taylor usually pins up the ends, but now she can leave them free if she wants very professional and appearance very neat. And it's very user friendly because that style can last at least two weeks, so that allows me to not have to manipulate my hair is much no loose ends from Major Farren Um, A Campbell in Silver Spring. Maryland. Yes, so in the Army on pretty much known as the bald major within my unit on the only bold female she suffered hair damage and loss after years, wearing her hair in a tight bun. And she's not alone. Many black women soldiers reported having that experience Major Campbell says she's happy. The U. S Army allows her to be bald by choice and do shave my head and it's been a very freeing change within a regulation. It's not just comfort here. Thick hair buns make it difficult for women to wear their helmets properly, making it low on the eyes, sometimes obscuring vision. Ah, problem when you have to aim your weapon. We've all mentioned. Some of these things were long overdue that Sergeant Major Jennifer Francis of the U. S. Army Institute for Surgical Research at Fort Sam in Houston, Texas, She was on the panel that gave input to leadership about updating the grooming guidelines. We are an army and we can't necessarily do everything civilians are doing so we've got to figure out what's best for the Army. And its people. Women now make up about 15% of the U. S. Army, and about a third of those are black. Many see rules against certain hairstyles as outdated at best discriminatory at worst. Major Terry Taylor, now set to retire after two decades of service says how a soldier wears her hair when she's on base does not change her leaf aladi or her professionalism. Who's to say that a ponytail is not professional in appearance? Who's to say the locks are not professional in appearance as long as you can, probably where your headgear and look professional in your uniforms. I think that's what matters at the end of the day. The army now joins the Navy, the air Force and Space Force Yes, Space force when it comes to allowing loose
U.S. gains 916,000 new jobs in March
"Hundred sixteen thousand new jobs in this economy in march restaurants and hotels education construction manufacturing. Honestly i could just go on naming industries. They have all added jobs. We're down to an unemployment rate of six percent even and that is with a whole bunch of people getting back into the labor force so marketplace's mitchell hartman gets us going with the goods of this very good jobs. Report positive comments were a dime. A dozen as i did. My economist calls today starting with nicole. Golden at the atlantic council definitely signs of a boom. Very happy to see it. What's michael farren at the mercatus center pumped up. Is the trajectory. Two hundred and thirty. Three thousand jobs added in january than four hundred sixty eight thousand in february and doubling again to more than nine hundred thousand in march. You think marches number is high april. And may's numbers are going to be positively eye-popping as larger and larger proportions of the population are vaccinated and more of the economy reopens the breadth of job growth. Is what impressed kurt. Long at the national association of federally insured credit unions not just hard hit bars and restaurants but retail transportation. The building trades finance. A lot of businesses are looking ahead to really strong consumer demand and they don't want to be caught flat-footed without the necessary employees. Getting everyone back to work especially unemployed. Parents will require more rebound in services for those workers says nicole golden at the atlantic council. We need childcare to come back because it employs a lot of women and in particular minority women and because the burden of care and school closures have pushed so many millions of women out of the labor force. Childcare jobs are still fifteen percent below pre pandemic
Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings
"farren" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Know what you can give me the vaccine. It began with me writing a story about how to sites and New Jersey were actually seeking participants in the vaccine trial. And like a good reporter, I went to the websites and dial the numbers to make sure they all worked and we're live. And when I was looking at the website to apply at this one side, I thought You know, I wanted to interview vaccine participants. But why don't I just do it myself? Why don't I just participate, and so I filled it out. It never asked Occupation on and To my surprise. A few weeks later, they called and asked if I was still interested when they asked if I was still interested. I got a little bit as a few questions, and we made an appointment several two weeks further away. And so that gave me a lot of time to really read the research protocols and do some Investigation on my own to make myself comfortable with that decision, and so ultimately, obviously I didn't keep the appointment. So when did you have your 1st and 2nd doses of the vaccine? And what was that, like? The first shot was on September 22nd. And that was a long appointment, where they go through the 21 page Consent agreement. It's completely voluntary. They explain. How There's no pressure. You can opt out at any time. There's a physical. They take blood samples. They do a nasal Farren deals swab that makes you see sparks. You know, they're really up there and And then after that, they give you a shot. And you don't know. Is it a vaccine or is a saltwater after the first shot? I had no reaction at all. There was like a small well like a mosquito bite where the needle went in and nothing. A little stiffness in my arm. But nothing toe complain about. So I was very blessed and happy going into the second shot, and that was on. That was 29. Days later, the nurse explained to me that there had been some experience of some participants that they got a light fever or headaches. You know, some tiredness, maybe a little nausea afterwards. It was nothing to be alarmed about. But just so that I would know up fine and I got the shot and the next morning. I was really my arm was stiff. I work out with a personal trainer and I couldn't lift £8 over my head without feeling some pain. And then I was a little really tired. I took a nap like a 10 o'clock in the morning. And I got a slight fever that during the day that rose to 100.3 degrees by supper time, and I just felt lousy and went to bed. But I don't want to exaggerate that at all, because it was gone the next day, and I felt perfectly fine, Plenty. Washburn, thank.
"farren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Louisiana area this evening. The White House physician gives President Trump the green light to return to public events as soon as today. The president tells Fox News. He may take another Kobe test today. To be sure of the actual task. This is the reason to test all the time, but They found very little infection or virus Any. I don't know that they found any. I didn't go into it greatly with the doctor's White House physician, Dr Sean Conley released a memo last night, saying the president had completed his course of therapy for the Corona virus. The president says he may hold a rally tomorrow night in Florida. Meantime, he's rejecting the idea of a virtual debate next week is a waste of time. The commission of her presidential debates. Frank Farren, Cough tells Fox News why a debate would need to be virtual. The Cleveland Clinic has been advising. Throughout. They went along with this decision. They just too many questions as to whether or not we could present this with many, many people who are going to be president, Miami without the president's participation, Joe Biden agreed to a town hall with ABC News and we'll find out today who will win this year's Nobel Peace Prize. President Trump is among the many nominate the Norwegian Nobel Committe will make the announcement at 11 A.m. Eastern. America's listening The Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network download and make it hammer time with Bill Hemmer, Steve Cortes, senior advisor Trump Campaign. I believe that there is a reluctance of people to say they're going to vote for Donald Trump. Because of the unfortunate cancel culture that's so pervasive in our society. There could be sanctions against people social work sanctions. Otherwise, I don't want to rely on this, but I think it's reasonable to posit that there is a certain trump reluctant voter out there. Subscribe and.
"farren" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Louisiana area this evening. The White House physician gives President trump the green light to return to public events as soon as today. President tells Fox News. He may take another Kobe just today to be sure of the actual test because there's no reason to test all the time, but they found very little infection or virus. If any, I don't know that they found any. I didn't go into it greatly with his actress. White House physician, Dr Sean Conley released a memo last night saying the president had completed his course of therapy for the Corona virus. The president says he may hold a rally tomorrow night in Florida. Meantime, he's rejecting the idea of a virtual debate next week is a waste of time. The commissioner for presidential debates. Frank Farren Cough tells Fox News why a debate would need to be virtual. The Cleveland Clinic has been advising us throughout. They went along with this decision. They just too many questions as to whether or not we could present this with many, many people who are going to be president Miami without the president's participation, Joe Biden agreed to a town hall with ABC News and we'll find out today who will win this year's Nobel Peace Prize. President Trump is among the many nominated the Norwegian Well Committee will make the announcement at 11 A.m. Eastern America's listening the Fox News. From the Fox News broadcasts Network download and make it hammer time with Bill Hemmer, Steve Cortes, senior advisor Trump Campaign. I believe that there is a reluctance of people to say they're going to vote for Donald Trump. Because of the unfortunate Cancel culture is so pervasive in our society. There could be sanctions against people social work, thanks. Otherwise don't rely on this, but I think it's reasonable to posit that there is a certain trump reluctant voter out there.
"farren" Discussed on KTOK
"Louisiana area this evening. The White House physician gives President Trump the green light to return to public events as soon as today. The president tells Fox News. He may take another cove it test today to be sure of the actual test because the reason to test all the time but They found very little infection or virus, If any, I don't know that they found any. I didn't go into it greatly with the doctor's White House physician, Dr Sean Conley released a memo last night, saying the president had completed his course of therapy for the Corona virus. The president says he may hold a rally tomorrow night in Florida. Meantime, he's rejecting the idea of a virtual debate next week is a waste of time. The commissioner for presidential debates. Frank Farren, Cough tells Fox News why a debate would need to be virtual. The Cleveland Clinic has been advising. Throughout. They went along with this decision. They just too many questions as to whether or not we could present this with many, many people who are going to be president, Miami without the president's participation, Joe Biden agreed to a talent hall with ABC News and we'll find out today who will win this year's Nobel Peace Prize. President Trump is among the many nominate the Norwegian Nobel Committe will make the announcement at 11 A.m. Eastern. America's listening The Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. The campaign with threadbare anchor off the daily briefing, co host of the five Dana Perino, Remember, you heard narratives all along that President Trump didn't really want to win, Or maybe he was going to drop out. I never believed like he absolutely wants to win. He wants to win reelection so much that he announced his reelection effort on his first inauguration day. I think Joe Biden wants to win ish just won like is the fire in the belly. Is the hunger really, they're subscribe in. Listen now, goingto fox news podcasts dot com. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she.
Text To Get Help
"Tori welcome to mentally ill. Thank you so much for joining us. In touch with basically because to be perfectly didn't really know much about the charity you but I thought it sounded like a really great idea. so essentially people can reach out text. If. They're basically filling only if they want to chat to somebody, could you tell us a bit about? When you set up the charity and decided to offer that service. He the I'm mental. Health innovations was was founded on incubated. If you like by the Royal, foundation as part of the heads together campaign. So during the heads together campaign we were looking at overseas encouraging people to talk about mental health, but also recognizing that we would need. To help create more faces mock past for people to talk about that mental health. On one of the things that a lot of people said to us during the campaign with the it can be really hard to articulate and say how you'll see Lang. And it can be really hard. T find the right place to have that conversation in the moment. When you ready won't when you really want to be able to to speak to someone and connect with someone and. We were really interested in the idea of text. As a way of being able to talk about your mental health in a really private and obviously silent way. People use text. To be able to communicate at in times, when when was might not be might not be easy possible. Not particularly resonates around Mental House. People offer, find it really difficult to take late. What they're saying tickly Farren crisis. It can be really hard to get the words out. it'll say was we as a? He'd stigma, unfortunately still around mental health and so. Being able to to have a conversation about your mental health. In what feels like a very unthreatening medium, and where one where you are in control, can you talk us through how it works? So say if you send a text to shout won't happen next you send a text to us in it's. Important that it's free, and it's also off bill, so all number would never a pair on anyone's. final. So you send a text in eight, five five eight. And you'll get a series of automated messages which little bit more about the service. And Tell you how to use the service. For example it tells you that if you texts stop at any time, that will end the conversation we carry on the conversation. Media will come talk to you. Let it says? where? Will Pay. You would one of all. Causes Fallen. Tears. Tell us a little bit more about what's on your mind, and then people sometimes say quote lot. Sometimes, they not very much about what's on their mind and the second message. Then goes three to one of all volunteers. We have not thousand volunteers now. They will volunteer remotely at home on their laptops, and there will supervised in real time by all clinical team. So what volunteers will pick, you'll message. anelle typically start by saying something like hi. My name is Katie. Thanks very much for texting in today. I can see you're going through a tough time. And they will just aw a very gentle and very supportive compensation which. Helps to you which we hope pills to take the the passing texting us from. Crisis in confusion three to calm. We help them to explore why that feeling this way. What might help them? who around the might be able to help them with with that dealing waves? Said Very. Very simple. Connection ready with one of the PASSAN. will be that person is being supported and has been trying to have that conversation, but it is essentially a one to one conversation with someone who's just ask, listen and support you. How far does it she? I mean if you felt that. Somebody who is texting was insecurity place. which you ring them back or what? What's the protocol along that sort of thing, so that be in talk? Compensation is on tax. We don't. We don't find if we believe that someone is imminent risk all day. I'm David someone around them at imminent risk of harm. A we oversee what very closely team about very closely with the volunteer to return on the stand situation Iran. And how dangerous will potentially harmful that situation as? We would always encourage someone in a difficult situation, and if they are at risk of a home to contact nine nine nine. Themselves will also offer to do that on someone else's behalf if they feel safer able to call themselves. If however the we all showed this is somebody in all clinical team. Show that this is somebody who is imminent risk. Or, if it's a child, who is imminent, risk we. All clinical team will make a decision about quoting the emergency services.
White vs. Wheat: The Food Fight of the Centuries
"To make white flower. You have to get everything brown out. That's the brand or the outside part of the wheat kernel as well as the Brown inside part called the wheat germ. What's left is the stuff in between. That's white white. Flour might seem like something modern and industrial. But actually people have been separating out the wheat bran and the wheat germ for a really long time and people had the the ability to sift and separate brand from flower for a long time if they had the power to command the Labor that it took so there are mentions of something like shining white bread going way back in history. This is Aaron. Bob Ro strain. He's a professor of politics at Whitman. College and the author of a book called White Bread. A social history of the store bought low. Farren says back in history. It took a long time and a lot of human power to manually Diaz colonels and sift flower to get it fine white so why would rich people bother? What was great about white flour so if you look back in time white bread white flour was an elite product. Because it meant there weren't sticks and rodent droppings and dirt in it things like that and say and Steve Jones is a wheat breeder and head of the bread lab at Washington State University. Okay so if you are rich in the past your flower might be hand cleaned while it was being hint sifted so there would be nowhere for rap to hide and all that shining whiteness but would it have also tasted better. We know Steve is creeped out by white flour but AARON SAYS WHITE. Bread has some advantages. Well I mean some people would argue that. It tastes finer. You can get a softer later loaf. As a result of that rich people could and did make white bread but it wasn't just fluffier and cleaner whitebread quickly took on a bigger symbolic meaning. It very quickly goes from being a question of taste to being a question of how bread mark certain people as affluent or powerful. And for as long as there's been white lower there's also been a debate about it not just what it means but also whether or not we should be eating it. White versus wheat is one of the first recorded. Food fights in history. Plato and ancient Greek philosopher had students debate whether the ideal city should be fed on refined white bread or gritty whole grain porridge. The debate wasn't really about what's for breakfast. Of course it was about whether city-dwellers somehow lost something important. Some essential grit just by living in a city and these debates around bread have been going on so long and so intensely because the stakes are so high. The Biblical phrase bread alone is not far from the truth. Aaron quoting from the Book of Matthew. Here man cannot live by bread alone. But actually the only thing matthew suggests that you need is a top up for your all bread diet is the word of God so really most of your calories. They're still coming from bread. In Europe. For example it would vary by time and place but people in Europe got between say forty to sixty percent of calories from bread from at least the sixteen hundreds to well into the twentieth century in the United States in the Nineteenth Century early twentieth centuries about a third of calories came from bread so it's an incredibly significant food product and even the English word. Lord it's demolished goes back to the phrase bread giver in Old English. The word layoff meant loaf and Boardman Guardian and together. The two words formed Love Board which eventually became Lord the one who ruled over the bread even the word companion is to do with bread and social hierarchy companion comes from Latin the word com which means together with and puffiness which means bread so your companion is the person you're able to share bread with because you're in the same social class so bread has been incredibly important for thousands of years and throughout that time the color of the bread. Signified your social standing. If you were rich you could afford the Labor to make that flower white. The very richest had the very whitest bread and the poor. You're the darker your loaf. Which means that for most of history for most people bread has been brown and it's been pretty damn rustic. Aaron says that was true all the way up to the mid eighteen hundreds in the US and at that point about ninety percent of the bread and the United States was baked at home by women and maybe ten percent was baked All mostly urban bakeries throughout the seventeen hundreds and early eighteen hundreds. The world was industrializing but bread. Pretty much stayed the same until some enterprising. Engineers invented mechanical rollers in the early eighteen. Hundreds Roller Mills meant that bakers could produce white flour and lots of it with minimal effort. These steel rollers were a huge leap forward compared to the old stone mills which really couldn't get wheat very white without a lot of human effort to sift it. Steve showed us a mini roller mill. He hasn't a room in his bread. Lab TURN IT ON. This is basically peeling a kernel of wheat. Like an apple and this type of meal that meant that white flour was no longer just an elite product but the mid eighteen hundreds the masses could afford it to the eighteen fifty s was also the last time the majority of bread was made at home in the US. Just like in. Plato's time people immediately started arguing about whether we all should be eating. This well sifted flour at the same time as those roller mills started coming online. Amandas name you know better. Attached to a similar started to fight against the spread of white bread. Servicer Graham I guess. Today we had maybe Remember him because we associate his name with Graham cracker that some followers named after him crackers aside Silvester was immoral Crusader and food reformer who gathered a huge following during the first half of the eighteen. Hundreds you saw white flour. As denatured product that was out of harmony with creation than would devastate the bodies and souls of those who ate it in flaming their joints and fibers and unhinging their their moral rectitude and call Sylvester Graham America's first significant whitebread critic and his followers certainly bought his argument and avoided white bread at the time the US was going through a major cholera epidemic. And people were desperate for anything to keep them. Healthy and Graham offered exactly that path to health based on. What you individually eight and didn't eat something you could control. As opposed to the public health approach of shared investment in prevention and sanitary water systems. The cholera epidemic eventually ended not because people eat Brown bread of course and while Graham's followers might have continued to eat whole wheat bread the rest of the country. The majority were into this newly inexpensive white flour. Meanwhile white flour and white bread had some big shot advocates of their own so progressivism was a social and political movement of the late Nineteenth early twentieth century. And it believed in the possibility of perfecting the nation. It was a moment. When scientific expertise was rising importance and when there's great concern about the upheaval of the nation. That's produced by massive urbanization. The United States going from being a largely rural country to being largely urban country at the same time that there is large scale immigration happening. The progressive movement was made up of a lot of middle class white women and this was the time when everything was becoming quote scientific babies to be born with doctors and midwives. Home Economics was a science said. Not all of America's newest citizens knew about these modern scientific ideas for domestic hygiene that surgeon immigration that Aaron mentioned those people were coming from eastern and southern Europe and there was a widespread fear in the middle classes that these poor people would bring their traditional ways of baking and running their households with them the progressive reformers thought that new mechanized white flour and newly mechanized bakeries making white bread were pure and safe and a huge step up from uncleaned immigrants who were baking most of the nation's bread at the time and so in that moment and the kind of the production of anxiety around bread and food in general the shining white loaves turned out in by gleaning white factories offered consumers are reassuring sense of safety. Steve Jones the Breeder. Who's so creeped out by any form of white bread that he doesn't like to be in the same room as it. His Own Immigrant. Great uncle ran one of these gleaming white bread factories back in the twenties. So my great uncle's bakery in Newark New Jersey was called the up today bakery years ago. I thought well that meant. He looked in the Polish American dictionary. Modern set up to date the up to date. Bakery was a franchise what it meant and their tagline is human hands. Did Not touch the dough. The human hands were southern and eastern Europeans in many cases so my uncle was to not put his thirty in quotes hands into the
"farren" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Like that top ten fifteen. Twenty percent It feels like they're in position to carry this. Yeah I think those reports will be fine whether whether the the feeling is as high as it was last year you know that's a different question But certainly at the Racetrack. This sale is provided. Some very good horses are covered horse structure but eight hundred fifty thousand here last year. A palace malice that you know on on paper you know wouldn't be worth eight hundred fifty thousand but physically was an outstanding looking horse. He certainly did what he was supposed to do. On the race track and and that translated to success on on Attracting one of these three for three won the breeders copies as a little our and our right now but certainly he's talented. You know the horse to top the sale chester town Is going to give it a shot in the Louisiana Derby? Looks like he has potential down the road And hopefully he turns out you know and then these got the other horses that Have have done well. That haven't been you know quite as a high profile fights. Wise and even horse in Japan called Cathy Farren American Pharaoh that that one what was A one of the Japanese road to the triple crown. I don't know if that road will carry on until September but You know that's the way it is. They've got a good horse. They just need to see you know whether they even come had had plans to come over. Here is is a different story but You know we think that Certainly the the horses are here. The the people that are We are in a glass half. Full Business Steve. So so let's hope that it continues to be half full and You know we we will be able to bounce back from What is certainly difficult situation? Agreed and I just hoping for the best for.
Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly
"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in
Shock and outrage as White House says next G-7 summit will be at Trump property
"There was widespread today my Mick Mulvaney announced that Donald Trump was in fact going to force the US government and other major governments around the world to pay money by hosting the g seven corral golf resort next year is the Washington Post puts it quote that decision is without precedent in modern American history. The president used his public office to direct a massive contract himself but here's the thing Durell could really use it we're bringing someone who knows more about trump's other business interests than just about anyone he's reporting on all the best three years on a Pulitzer for his invested into the President David Farren hold is great to have you here David let's start with the significance of Durrell which unlike some other properties it's not licensed it's it's it's real directly part of the presence main business holdings correct it is basically the keystone of Donald Trump's entire hospitality Gulf hotel business it produces more revenue for him every year than any hotel or golf course and he has one of its biggest loans on if you were to pick one property the donald trump's financial health dependent on this would be it very levered I mean he's got he owes people money on it he was don't you bank the original one was for one hundred twenty five million dollars to Deutsche Bank it's one of his biggest loans now you tweeted about how it's been doing and the vacancy rate typically in the summer you said the summit will be held in June Miami's hot drills usually emptying 2017 only thirty eight percent rouse rooms were occupied this is one of derails worst month so you're bringing a huge amount of business to resort at a time that is over all not doing very well financially but you're bringing it to this resort at a time when it needs that money the most as you saw Durell June is the second slowest month for Durell only August is worse they're occupancy rate is under forty percent so even if trump just charged the cost which we have no idea if he's going to but even if he didn't try to make a profit on each individual room he's filling the resort at a time it'll be mostly empty rats are great point you also noted that it has not been doing well recently this is not this is not a facility that is on the upswing no in the opposite we got some data that the trump organization itself provided to Miami Dade County that shows that between Twenty fifteen and twenty seven uh-huh span of just two years net operating income dropped seventy percent at this resort that's a huge drop at a time when every other resort in Miami is basically doing the same and the reason we saw video where a representative from the trump organization was talking to the county about why it was doing poorly in she laid the blame directly on trump she said the brand is doing really that's why this place is severely underperforming so you've okay so you've got the crown the crown jewel of his enterprise the brings in the most revenue at a time when it is vacancy rate is under four eight percent and at a time when the revenue and and use of the place the prophet is going down because of the negative brandon impacts of his presidency and what does this mean g seven's a big deal right like a lot of money is going to get spent there just to give you a sense of the scale of this thing I talked to somebody who had planned the last g seven that the US had at a private event which was in two thousand and four in Georgia they served forty five thousand meals during that week they took over this resort for ten days they pay three million dollars in two thousand and four money it's hundreds of people thousands of people that can't even allstate draft to stay at other places but you're talking about an enormous event between security diplomats journalists and the leaders themselves there's also there's also been some health problems at Toronto Daily Be Story from twenty one thousand nine about a rat infestation problem and route situation it has it has had some challenges well this year has been a good year for them they haven't had any any health code violations that's good news and our leaders who will be staying there and hopefully not norovirus but they have had in years past not that long ago they've had problems with the health code called euphemistically small live flying insects insects and other kinds of cleanliness issues in a number of kitchens at Durrell is there any I mean how how is this legal I mean honestly if anyone who's ever out there watching has ever interacted with federal contracting you know that it is one of the most common me that just complicated a legal thicket and incredibly complex process there are thousands of people throughout the government who work on it this seems to fly in the piece of every single policy there is for federal contracting but that's what's interesting about this is one of the few things which by tradition the didn't get to eat to circumvent the entire contracting process they don't put out a request for proposal evaluate bids the president sort of does this secret and then the White House just chooses a place this is Tom was never designed with the idea that the president might choose his own place so this is a case for trump has sort of unfettered unrestricted power to give the contract to whoever he wants and holy gave it to himself we'll see now in the next few weeks hopefully it'll be a little more transparency about what it looks like but they're going to be any scrutiny on the front end my favorite Presley it was a tr- Presley's I blink quoting trump from the trump works and they were honored that they were selected for this which is a really incredible piece the use of language David well thank you as always for your fantastic
"farren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And only for what pleases Donald Trump. And this little snot nosed compromise. Kushner punk is currently over in the Middle East representing this country and having access to classified information. He has no right to Jared. Kushner is a grip ter- he married into a family of drifters and like his disgusting father-in-law. He's over in the Middle East gripping and representing himself right now nothing else. And I guess the only question I have left is when do Vlad Kim an MBA s get their top level security clearances. And try to imagine if you will the right wing, Pearl Hutchings and famed self righteous indignation and moral outrage had Barack Obama done even one of these things right way. Nuts wanted to impeach him for eating Ruge wearing a tan suit and just for breathing while black. I mean, even the far right-wing Washington Examiner not post examiner took Trump to task a story on Thursday. Carried the headline quote, the America first president just just gave Kim Jong UN cover for the murder of an American student, and quote, that's the Washington Examiner. And that's true. Jim Kim Jong Hoon walked away with a second photo op with who used to be called the leader of the free world and probably still lives in North Korea along with an absorbent for murder by that same person and Donald Trump got an early flight back to United States to face the Cohen Kushner music, you know, frankly, I'm surprised Trump didn't defend Kim's reported murder of his half, brother and uncle as well and say Kim didn't know about those either. Because Kim was that we powerful in his denial. What a week simpering traitorous lying wimp. And of course, Trump's North Korea. Reality TV episode sham was completely overshadowed by Michael Collins testimony before the house oversight committee Wednesday morning, and yes, I am well aware of what the official brain dead. Trump bought mantra is your typical shallow simple and stupid Colin's alive and only the quantity pathalogical serial. I o and duly elected in the White House. The crowd. Firstly? I remind you if you are a supporter and defender of the indefensible Donald Trump and his eight thousand seven hundred eighteen documented and searchable lies in two years. You long ago willingly sacrificed the right to call. Anyone a liar? Number two. Of course, Cohen was a liar. He was Trump's attorney. That's what he was hired to be and due to repeat Trump's lies. But you never considered that. Now do ya punk number three? Michael Cohen had nothing to gain by telling the truth. He had a lot to lose. If he lied number four. There was little we heard in that hearing from Cohen we real world. Dwellers didn't already know Donald Trump is a lifelong criminal and has committed serious crimes while in the White House. One example. The Cohen mentioned Trump's bogus charitable foundation, which he was ordered to shut down because it was a sham and is now being investigated. The Washington Post David Farren, hold won a Pulitzer prize for his reporting on Trump's foundation. The only shrubs who still don't know. Trump's foundation was a scam and Shamet has been shut down as being investigated. Those who watch FOX noise and listen to right wing hate radio. Yeah. No, bubble dwellers number five Tolan brought receipts to document his testimony. So you wouldn't have to believe him. But I'll tell you what. When Michael Cohen receives his own searchable documented database of eight thousand seven hundred and eighteen lies. Then I might consider listening to your insipid whiny caterwauling, but until then please try and restrict your stupidity to your right wing media. Echo chamber and don't take this show with fair enough. Unless of course, you want to be met with the utter disgust. And disdain you. So rightly unjustly deserve just saying. And for an overall view of what happened during the hearing. Listen to this headline in Britain's the independent from Thursday. Now just to show you how much Trump in the GOP P are respected around the world. Quote. The Michael Cohen hearing was the perfect metaphor for the maggot eaten rotting corpse of the Republican party under Trump and quote. Man. I can tell you from firsthand experience. How much fun that headline was derived? So come Wednesday. Even before the Cohen hearing even began to Republican congressman, Jim Jordan and Mark meadows. Both members of the ridiculous freedom caucus who. I've heard are required to watch the final scene in Braveheart at least once a week. Tried to postpone the hearing and given these blatant attempts that happened over and over to delay Justice. I thought this comment from MSNBC's Lonzo Donald was poignant to say the least. And none of it not a single thing that we saw today. None of it would have happened. The hearing would not have occurred. If the Democrats did not win the house of representatives on election night. Tonight's lesson in your.
"farren" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"President Trump has built and later in tonight's last word we have Pulitzer prize winning reporter, David Farren fold reporting from deep inside Trump world's fair unfolds. New information linked from a White House source helps explain what Donald Trump is doing. In those big stretches of time on his leaks schedules that the White House staff labels executive time turns up the president might be doing something more than tweeting and watching Fox News during executive time. This has to stop. That's what Donald Trump said in twenty twelve when the national debt was approaching sixteen trillion dollars. It didn't stop President Obama began reducing the size of the national deficit which contributes to the debt. But then when Donald Trump was sworn in as president he forgot everything he ever said about the national debt and broke every promise he made during the campaign about deficits and debt. We'll start reducing our debt and reducing it big league which I want to do. And we're gonna knock it down. We're going to bring it down big league and quickly. We're going to stop our deficit's. We're going to stop our deficit's. I'm really good at it. Who's better than I am? He's better anybody or not going to be increasing our debt not one word of that was true. President Trump has increased the national debt by over a trillion dollars in each year of his presidency. And now, the Trump national debt has crossed the twenty two trillion dollar threshold for the first time the national debt has been going up every day of the Trump presidency and setting new hi records every day..
"farren" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I think appreciate that dispatch. You could send yours to the news junkie app. Search for the news junkie in the app store. It's his name. God damnit. It's his name. Why can't in place? It seems for personalized license plates. I've never had one always kinda wanted one. But then thought what if I make a decision on what I want on there? And then I regret it a little later. What if what if it's going to be a sports team with me? But if it's a statement, and then I put my personalized license played out into the world people don't like it when I was in high school. I wanted see lane as my license plate. Yeah. You could get that. But actually, it was taken really. Sealant already. It was the more famous in the country music artists who already had that lockdown down. I'm guessing. This guy's name is not CLA nor Chris lane, nor it's not the personalized license plate that my friend. Jay Farren had growing up pimp mode who was on his license plate. That's pretty awesome. The back of his car. This guy just wants his last name and Dave ass man is a proud member of the ass man family. Dave Davis man, just wants asked man on his personalized license plate. And how dare they say that this is unacceptable slogan. He said, it's my last name. I've always had it. It's a name with German roots? He claims you pronounce it Osman. But. That makes total sense..
Big Names Announced for Oscar Presenters, But No Host
"The academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences revealing the first round of presenters for this year's Oscars. The list includes Daniel Craig Chris Evans, Tina Fey Whoopi Goldberg. Jennifer Lopez Charlie's Farren and several more. The show will not have a host after comedian Kevin Hart step down amid controversy over past homophobic tweets. He'd made the ninety first Academy Awards to be held in Los Angeles on Sunday. February twenty fours will air live on ABC.
"farren" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"Seventh and third characters are no one does it's absurd and all that breaks password managers, which are good good product because password managers will generate the password for you. So that you don't have to. So you don't have to remember it student. You know, reuse passwords, you know. And all of that comes to point out. The fact that passwords are kind of a bad way of doing security to begin with. Yes. I I loved one password. I think he's one of the most use that. Right. But it's a patch on what is bad activity to begin with. It's a tool for a necessary. Yeah. I tell you what let's forget it. That's a battle passer measures. And I'll help you out. You just tell me your password. I remember it for you. No. No. No. So so the questions are there. Other ways of identifying a user that are not related to remembering strings of characters. You know, your your phone is your phone, right? One imagines. Yes. Unless it's a company found out to try to make this too complicated. But desert company phone is actually very relevant L use it in ten seconds from now I products I'm getting there. I know where you wanna go with this. And I'm going to get there. But the the if if your computer is your computer, and it's your user account, right? Then that's got a fingerprint. It's got a fingerprint based on the hardware. It's got a fingerprint based on the software that you have installed. It's got a fingerprint based on your user behavior based on it kind of thing. And so it's possible to take those as a profile and use that instead of a password. The same is true for your phone it because these things are personal devices. Now it breaks for the I wanna use someone else's public computer to log into things. But there are different approaches to identity, and we haven't solved at all and end mostly we haven't even tried to solve it because we're still stuck in this idea of let's use passwords, and then let's do SMS based authentication which is. Indigenously stupid and unsafe or two factor. Authentication where it's the best instance of that is a six digit number that's generated on some other device you own and we just trust because you have both devices on you that you might be that person might maybe not. It's it's a difficult thing now with corporate owned devices, which you just mentioned. Corporate owned devices have corporate owners in corporate owners want to control those devices, and they want to do that for security. If you lose your device, they wanna be able to reset it. Right. They want to be able to ensure that the network connection between that device is secure. So they'll use a VPN or virtual private network. And they want to be able to distribute software to their employees devices and to it all the same and not have to do an app store or have an app store account. They just want to be able to to pre load them with the tools that those people need and pre configure them because configuring your own Email is kind of a pain, right? They can just preloader profile. So that the emails already set up on your phone. Guess I'm has such only because everybody who's got a corporate Farren despises. It's because it's always two versions of IRS guy. The apps are the ones they wouldn't choose to use an all of this is I feel a lot height bound rather than enabled by it. But the principal. Yes. Absolutely. Right. Right. But so here here's the thing about that ID departments. Have competing goals and their their goal is to.
"farren" Discussed on Atlanta Monster
"The police investigated the idea that darling Farren had been killed by someone. She knew that's a traditional standard investigative avenue. Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and I think that like many people her age she liked having fun that drinking or doing other things. But she definitely liked having a good time. And that included having fun with her friends. Michael majo- was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one. Them could have been the zodiac the police investigated multiple leads and early on. There were two men who stood out as possible suspects, George and Gordon. According to the Vallejo police departments reports Arlene had some problems with the guy named George. The report details how George Darlene the restaurant where she worked and with sometimes give a rights home. But friends of Darlene said, she was quote deathly afraid of him, but was friendly towards him in an effort to keep him at a distance on one occasion, he walked into her apartment and told her that he was either going to rape her or get into bed with her in one way or another unquote officers spoke with the tour, and he denies ever threatening, Darlene. But does state that many times he did teaser and make her angry George was quickly ruled out as a suspect, Gordon Arthur was another suspect police spoke with Gordon met door lean while he was waiting for the navy to transfer him. He told officers he en- Dr Lene went on a few days. According to the police files, Gordon said a day or two before he moved Darlene told him that she wanted to leave her husband and move with him. But. Gordon said no because Darlene had a baby couldn't provide for after. He moved Gordon said Darlene wrote to telling him she might be pregnant, but then he didn't hear from her alive. In the case report it reads, he received one more letter from her and it said she had been in the hospital for a short time. But did not state the reason. Gordon thought that possibly she had been pregnant and went and got an abortion somewhere. Gordon stated at this time that he decided not to have anything to do with Darlene and not to see her again, Gordon was also ruled out..
"farren" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Closure closure is that was the end of it. I don't know what closure is how does the only thing. It'll end is maybe. Won't talk about it as much, but I don't see that happening any more. It's less painful every time. It's like picking a scab office cut. Okay. First time at Leeds like Ellen next. Not too much. This is going to lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and like many people her age she liked having fun that meant drinking or doing other things. But she definitely likes having a good time. And that included having fun with her friends. Michael Joe was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the zodiac. Well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out. Will go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco, she'd go down and see exactly what they did..
"farren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Police talk to they were asking me all rumors are this. She was having a lot of affairs. Well, I would like to believe she wasn't. But I know that she likes to go out as far as Michael show or. His name is one of those things that are trying to put out of my head. I would like to believe that's not true. But I don't have any way to confirm or deny. But where did majo- stand with Darlene? Michael Michaud today talks about their relationship in terms of that he wanted to marry her and all kinds of things. But at the time, it appears that they were just friends, maybe he had a very strong crush on her. There's no evidence that she ever responded or reciprocated in that way. At the time. She was married to somebody else. And he was being rather abusive, and I helped her find a place to live with a friend of mine, and from there, we got to be better friends ended up getting married a little bit sooner than we may have thought back in those days was a little bit different now. And it's good girls. Don't get pregnant when they're single, and we kind of said, okay. Said we'd planned on getting married anyway, it was pushed up a little bit. And although there are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. There's no solid evidence behind any of that. I think a lot of that is warmer. A lot of that comes up years later. Darlene Farren is like the Laura Palmer of the zodiac case, Laura. Palmer was the victim in the famous TV series, twin peaks, and of course in that series. It was.
"farren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We'll this bring closure. Listen, I don't know what the hell closure is. That was the end of it. I don't know what closure is how does. Thing. It'll end is maybe. People won't talk about it as much, but I don't see that happening anymore. It's less painful every time it's gonna like picking a scab office, low cut. Okay. First time leads like Ellen next. Not too much. This is gonna lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers and like many people her age. She liked having fun drinking or doing other things. But she definitely likes having a good time in that included having fun with her friends. Michael Joe was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the zodiac. Well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out to go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco. She'd go down and see exactly what they did. I there's all kinds of rumors down there that was her drug connection. And that was her boyfriend or whatever, you know. Some of the.
"farren" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Bring closure. Listen. I don't know what the hell closure is. That was the end of it. I don't know what closure is how does the only thing is maybe. We won't talk about it as much, but I don't see that happening any more. It's less painful every time. It's it's gonna like pick an scab office low cut first time at leads like Ellen next. I'm not too much. This is going to lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and like many people her age she liked having fun and that meant drinking or doing other things, but she definitely liked having a good time in that included having fun with her friends. Michael Michaud was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the zodiac. Well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out to go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco. Go down and see exactly what they did. I know there's all kinds of rumors that was her drug connection, and that was her boyfriend or whatever. Only the police talked to they were asking me all rumors are this. She was having a lot of affairs. Well, I would like to believe she wasn't. But I know that she likes to go out as far as Michael show or IVC. His name one of those.
"farren" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Let's bring closure. Listen. I don't know what the hell closure is that was the end of it. I don't know what closure is on. How does the thing is end is maybe. We won't talk about it as much, but I don't even see that happening anymore. It's less painful every time it's gonna like picking a scab off a little cut. First time leads like Ellen next. I'm not too much. This is going to lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and like many people her age she liked having fun that meant drinking or doing other things. But she definitely likes having a good time in that included having fun with her friends. Michael Joe was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the zodiac. Well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out. To go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco. She's go down and see exactly what they did. I there's all kinds of rumors down there that was drug connection. And that was her boyfriend or whatever, you know, some of the police talk.
"farren" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Criminal entries on his record. And some people have read a lot into that. They think it's evidence that there is something sinister going on or that. He knew something that he was a criminal like a burglar that he was wearing one set of clothes. So that it'd be escaped. He could take those off and not be identified. There's other people who have actually come up with a theory that he knew they were going to be shot that night, and he was wearing extra layers of clothing in case he had to take it off. And there was blood on him or something like that. I think it makes a lot more sense to believe that Michael was young kid rather skinny and he was out at night. A lot of kids wear extra layers of clothing. I never did that myself. I wear a lot of jackets when I was in high school. But I didn't know people who did that. And sometimes it was because they weren't comfortable with the way they looked in their clothes. They would try to pad their bodies that may have played a part in it. I don't see any reason to believe that he knew about the shooting at night. Most people would not volunteer to be sitting next to someone who's going to be shot to death in a car. I think in reality. It's just a kid in his insecurities the answered questions surrounding the murder of Darlene Farren and attempted murder of Michael majo- have left many, people guessing and theorising. It's made for an odd and complicated case, but it's not the questions or the attack itself that cast this case in the limelight. It's what happened minutes after that marked the beginning of the Zodiac's notoriety. While Michael Darlene were struggling, survive and blue rock springs park. The killer apparently was driving around Vallejo until he found a payphone, and he called the Vallejo police department and the call was answered by the dispatcher Nancy slower..
"farren" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Bring closure. Listen. I don't know. What the hell closure is. And that was the end of it. I don't know what closure is how does the only thing. It'll end is maybe. We won't talk about it as much I don't even see that happening anymore. It's less painful every time. It's like picking a scab office low cut down. Okay. First time at Leeds like Ellen next time in that's a much. This is going to lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and like many people her age she liked having fun that meant drinking or doing other things, but she definitely likes having a good time in that included having fun with her friends. Michael Maggio was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out. She will go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco. Chiefs go down and see exactly what they did. I know there's all kinds of rumors down there that was her drug connection that was her boyfriend or whatever, you know. Some of the police talked.
Congress Passes Overhaul of Its Sexual Harassment Policies
"Hospital. Congress has rewritten rules regarding sexual harassment in its own offices. The following former Texas congressman Blake Farren folds scandal legislation overhauling how congress handles sexual harassment claims is now headed the President Trump's desk. Both the house and Senate approved the Bill at the end of a year that has seen several lawmakers resigned over allegations of sexual misconduct. The Bill requires settlements resulting from harassment be paid out of pocket. Not a tax taxpayer back fund and gets rid of mandatory counseling and cooling off periods. For victims before a lawsuit can be filed the Bill also requires public reporting
Texas special election: the race to replace Blake Farenthold (for a few months
"To the polls to elect a new president tomorrow governor abbot announcing yesterday the race to elect a replacement for state representative larry gonzalez brown drop is going to be in november on the november ballot gonzalez announcing an early retirement last week voters around corpus are going back to the polls today for a special election to replace former u s congressman blake farren hold nine candidates are vying to fill the remainder of congressman blake farren holes former seat he resigned in april amid sexual harassment allegations and an ongoing ethics investigation among the candidates one libertarian to independence three democrats including party nominee eric hogan and three republicans including party nominee michael cloud today's election is separate from the november election the winner of which takes over the seat for a full two year term after that jeff monosso fox news a texas judge in kaufman county native is under consideration for an appointment to the us supreme court don willett service on the fifth us circuit court of appeals and previously served on the texas prima court will it is on a list of twenty five names from which president trump says hills elected nominee to replace us supreme court justice anthony kennedy who retires this july thirty first rachel estrada newsradio seven forty ktar h president trump says he will announce his nominee to replace justice kennedy a week from monday on july ninth three days before he meets with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki supreme court justice john roberts was on c span talking about justice kennedy's career he was an extraordinary man an extraordinary jurist he was deeply committed to collegiality and civil discourse he taught that by example very widely read very thoughtful justice kennedy announced last week that he's retiring at the end of july it appears the president got punked in a phone call made by a comedian who gained notoriety with a satellite radio show abc news has details a comedian former sidekick to howard stern stuttering john melendez claims that he actually convinced the white house to have the president return a phone call to him he was claiming to be senator bob menendez the two apparently talked about immigration at the president's supreme court pick and an alabama puppy is captured the nation's heart it took thirty hours but firefighters cave rescue crews and plumbers working together saved a seven week old death puppy in alabama toffee the puppy fell into a narrow crevice thursday behind a house and dropped fifty feet the team of volunteers lowering net snares and food to retrieve the puppy volunteers erupted in cheers when toffee was pulled to safety around midnight saturday huntsville television station drew thousands of followers.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"Or tweeted one that'd be about a nine both without delays i'm andrea glenn newsradio twelve hundred w from the roofing dot com weather center as a cold front exits right will move out early on this saturday temperatures will drop into the mid to upper fifties behind the front during the afternoon a cloudy sky also be windy at times clearing trend tonight a low of forty two sunny warmer on sunday with a high of seventy six i'm meteorologist jeff marr from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w o a i clouds and fifty nine degrees at six am at newsradio twelve hundred w the texas national guards headed to the us mexico border brigadier general tracy norris says the national guard will begin deployment immediately followed by more soldiers as needed this phase of deployment will include command and control coordination cells and operational planning as requested in support of the federal entities already on the border this comes following president trump's announcement he wanted the national guard on the border to help federal agents secured until his wall is built congress refusing to give him any funding for that border wall defense secretary jim madison signed an order activating up to four thousand national guard troops a texas congressman who denounced he'd not run for reelection following sexual harassment allegations has resigned four months after announcing he wouldn't run for reelection texas republican blake farren thought has officially resigned from congress paul i planned on serving out the remainder of my term in congress i know in my heart it's time for me to move along and look for new ways to serve last year farren paul denied allegations from a former aide that she was fired after complaining about sexually suggestive comments that case was settled with an eighty four thousand dollar payment from taxpayerfunded funded account prompting an ethics committee review.
GOP's Farenthold resigns after sexual harassment claims
"Sixty three ninetytwo president says there isn't a trade war between the us and china while placing one hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on the country bay retaliated saying they're ready to pay any cost in a trade war with the united states white house press secretary sarah sanders saying the president is going to actually do something that'd be tough when no one else has been willing to do this look china created this problem and the president is trying to put pressure on them to fix it meantime the us imposing new sanctions on russia the wall street journal saying it's in response to russian aggressions like meddling in the election cyber attacks in military intervention a texas congressman announcing his resignation hariri out through major my term in congress i know in my heart it's time for me to move along on youtube blake farren fold saying he's leading governor greg abbott knoll giving into pressure from congressional leaders to step down after learning he settled a harassment suit with a former spokesperson and ohio state university revoking the honorary doctorate degree they gave actor and comedian bill cosby facing multiple allegations of sexual assault this is usa radio news now you can fly anywhere in the world and and paid discount prices on your airline tickets book a flight today to london paris madrid or anywhere else you wanna go and pay a lot less guaranteed call the international travel department right now at low cost airlines eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one expectations by communists fall short of the latest figures from the bureau of labor statistics we get details from john clemens economists were forecasting one hundred eighty five thousand new jobs march but according to aleni george at the bureau of labor statistics that missed the mark on nonfarm payroll employment edged up by one hundred three thousand in march and the unemployment rate was unchanged at four point one percent employment increased in manufacturing healthcare and mining with the unemployment rate remaining at four point one.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer us financial markets fell sharply today a day after president donald trump threatened additional tariffs on china san pr tamra keith reports the white house's downplaying the stock market jitters secretary sarah sanders says the president doesn't want a trade war asked to respond to apparent market reactions she said this we know that there could be some fluctuation but at the same time the president has said enough is enough china has to change trump has floated as much as one hundred and fifty billion dollars in tariffs on chinese products in response to what the administration describes as unfair trading practices and intellectual property theft the goal of all this sanders says is negotiations the president feels like if he is in charge those negotiations absolutely he's the best negotiator at the table and we certainly have full confidence in his ability there is no indication that negotiations are underway timor keith npr news the white house taking a look at the wall street numbers the dow fell five hundred seventy two points today to end the week at twenty three thousand nine thirty two that was a two point three percent drop the nasdaq was down one hundred sixty one points today or republican member of congress from texas who face sexual harassment allegations is resigning from member station k u t nathan bernier reports blake farren thought representative strict that stretches from corpus christi on the gulf coast to suburban austin he had announced plans to retire at the end of his term after politico first revealed the taxpayers foot the bill on an eighty four thousand dollar payment to settle sexual harassment claims with his former communications director but in a recorded statement the four term congressman says he will now leave the job immediately i planned on serving out the remainder of my term in congress i know in my heart it's time for me to move along hey look for new ways to serve the us house ethics committee is investigating farren sold over the harassment claims and allegations he used official resources for reelection activities for npr news i'm nathan bernie in austin texas top trade negotiators from the us mexico.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"You doing that before we get to fund friday because of course it is fun friday and there's going to be a lot of fun friday we gotta just still very very quickly with the fact that representative blake farren fold republican out of texas has resigned from the house of representatives this is the dut back and if you see a picture this guy if ever you would profile a guy who would be a sexual harasser based on how he looked this is the guy i'm sorry he's supposed to child i'm not making light of sexual harassment in any way whatsoever but he's gone so that's a good thing he's gone i don't know why try to hang on until november he's changed his mind he has gone and that is a very very good thing very happy about that so that's one guy out the way let me ask alex another question because of course she is a millennial correspondent at least till the end of today's show alex do you know who lorraina bobby is.
Video shows Fort Worth police punching man repeatedly during arrest
"The emoluments sued will go forward david farren sold from the washington post tuesday on seattle's morning news live from the cairo radio news center an eight year old boy who chased a soccer ball into a tacoma street last night is in critical condition after hit run driver slammed into him to stop and wait for new cars sheldon i listened and just ran towards the ball that's when the car hit out in a family friend tells kiro seven it was a small dark car but that's about all they could say about it the boy had have surgery for internal injuries and broken bones cops are hoping more witnesses mike come forward health tracked down that driver more accusations of excessive force against officers in fort worth texas cbs's david begg now reports cellphone video appears to show a fort worth police officer punching thirty five year old forest curry at least four times while trying to arrest him a second officer is seen using his knee twice according to a police statement the officers were responding to a disturbance call curry had allegedly become combative with fort worth fire department personnel who were already on scene firefighters say he appeared to be intoxicated and attempted to assault them police say when they arrived curry fled on foot curry's attorney has a different story she says her client suffered from a seizure and woke up disoriented she argues he was sick not drunken combative the white house is working on new package of bills aimed at closing what they describe as immigration loopholes many of them involving kids among the issues they want congress to address are safeguards that prevent the immediate deportation of children travelling alone from countries that don't border the us and requirement.