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THE CAR SMASHER & HINDSIGHT
"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the twenty third and twenty fourth stories from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in Nineteen thirty nine published. Only the first edition of the big book. These stories are entitled the Car Smasher and Hindsight they highlight the cunning baffling and powerful aspects of alcoholism that linger even during periods of sobriety and the slips. They can cause when complacency overconfidence or self will take the place of action humility and the will of a power greater than ourselves. These stories also demonstrate the critical link between helping other alcoholics and maintaining sobriety upon which they a founders established our program of recovery and now the original stories the car smasher and Hindsight Bacar smasher during the first week of March nineteen thirty seven through the grace of God. I ended twenty. Years of a life made practically useless because I could not do two things I. I was unable to not take a drink second. I was unable to take a drink without getting drunk. Perhaps a third as important as the other two should be added my being unwilling to admit either of the first two with the result. I kept trying to drink without getting drunk and kept making a nightmare of my life causing suffering and hardship to all those relatives and friends who tried so hard to help me and whom when I was sober I took the greatest pleasure in pleasing the first time I drank anything strong or in greater quantity than a glass of beer I got disgustingly drunk and missed dinner. Which had been arranged for me. In honor of my coming marriage I had to be taken home and remained in bed the following day more sick than I thought a human could be and live yet until two years ago I periodically did the same thing. Making money was always pretty easy when I was sober and worked all right when sober absolutely helpless with drink aboard but I seem to have had the idea that making money or living was something to take or let alone I got into the real estate business began to neglect business. Sometimes with four houses under construction wouldn't see any of them for a week or even longer sometimes paid good money for an option then forgot to exercise it. I made and loss plenty of money in the market understand. I wasn't actually drunk all of this time but there seemed always to be an excuse to have a drink and this first one more and more often led to my becoming drunk as time went on periods between drunks got shorter and I was full of fear. Fear that I wouldn't be able to do anything I agreed to do. Fear of meeting men worrying about what they might know my drinking and its results all of which made me quite useless whether I was sober or drunk. Thus I drifted breaking promises to my wife my mother and a host of other relatives and friends who stood more from me and tried harder than human should be expected to to help me. I always seem to pick the most inopportune time for a binge and important business deal to be closed. Might find me in another city. Once trusted to purchase for a large customer. I agree to meet his representative in New York. I spent the time waiting for a train in a bar. Arrived in New York. Tight stayed tight the week and came home by a room twice. The distance from New York worked weeks by long distance wire letters and personal calls to contact possible business connections under proper conditions and finally succeeded only to show up tight or get tight and insult the man whose friendship or respect meant so much each time there was the feeling of regret inability to understand. Why but a firm determination that it would never happen again but it did in fact the periods between became increasingly shorter and the duration of each binge longer during the aforementioned period. I had spent thousands of dollars. My home was broken up. Half a dozen cars smashed up. I have been picked up by the police for driving while intoxicated plane. Drunk had sponged borrowed money cash rubber checks and made such a general nuisance of myself that I lost all the friends I had at least they felt unwilling to be a party to financing me while I made a more complete ass of myself and I on my side was ashamed to face any of them when I was sober. My friends secured jobs for me. I made good on them for a time. I advanced quickly tonight superintendent in a factory but it wasn't long until I was missing or worse. Turning UP DRUNK WAS WARNED. Warned again finally fired. I was later rehired as a factory hand and mighty glad to have it advance again then back to the bottom always the same process. I drank continuously and when I drank sooner or later and generally sooner I got drunk and threw everything away during the early part of nineteen thirty five. My brother secured my release from the city jail on that day by sincere but non alcoholic friends. I was shown what might be done about my drinking with the help of God. I asked for this help. Gratefully accepted it. And in addition to losing my desire for drank asked for and received the same help in other matters I began to earn my living and in my newfound security was unashamed to meet people. I had avoided for years with happy results. Things continued well I had two or three advancements to better jobs with greater earning power my every need was being met as long as I accepted and acknowledged the divine help which was so generously given I find now as I look back at this period covered about six or eight months then I began to think how smart was to wonder if my superiors realized what they had in me. If they were not pretty small about the money they paid me. As these thoughts grew my feeling of gratefulness grew less. I was neglecting to ask for help when I received it as I always did. I neglected to acknowledge it. Instead I took great credit for myself I began to take credit for the non drinking too. It came to me strongly that I had conquered the drinking habit myself. I became convinced that my great willpower. Then someone suggested a glass of beer. I had one. That was even better than I thought I could take drank and not get drunk so another day another beer until it was regular every day now. I was indeed in the saddle concerning drink could take more. Leave it alone just to prove it to myself. I decided to march right past the place. I usually stop for beer and I felt pretty good as I went to the parking lot for my car. The longer I drove the greater was my pride that I had finally licked liquor. I was sure I had so sure. In fact that I stopped and had a beer before I went home in my smugness I continued to drink beer and began occasionally to drink liquor so it went until inevitably as darkness follows the Sun. I got drunk and was right back where I had been fifteen years before slipping into a binge every now and then never knowing when they would come nor where I would wind up.
New York Gov. Cuomo announces initiative to expand testing in minority communities
"Governor Andrew Cuomo's is two young children and a teenager in the states have now died up from a possible complication from the corona virus involving swollen blood vessels and heart problems at least seventy three children in New York have been diagnosed with symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease a rare inflammatory condition and toxic shock syndrome Cuomo said today the state health department is in close contact with the centers for disease control so anything learned about the condition can be shared with other states the CDC has asked New York to develop national criteria for this so that other states other hospital systems can also be checking into this and looking into this Cuomo called it a developing very serious situation and said there's still a lot to learn about the virus Cuomo also announced an initiative to ramp up testing in low income and minority communities across the five boroughs through a partnership with Northwell health and twenty four houses of worship it's in response to data collected from the diagnostic testing antibody testing survey of fifteen thousand new Yorkers showing those living largely in communities of color low income neighborhoods are more susceptible to contracting the
"You're gonna call your own shots," Trump tells governors
"The latest figures from the labor department bring the total number of Americans who have applied for unemployment benefits to twenty two million in the last month alone at that rate economists expect the unemployment rate to reach fifteen percent in April meeting all of the job gains since the end of the recession in two thousand nine have now been wiped out by corona virus that's right all gone bye bye and it's not gonna get any better trump today rolling out his plan hoping some states will open up by may first but he's making sure it's not gonna poses well wants everybody to call their own shots be their own boss is what I've been saying over and over again the end of the day the people that are going to be making this call are going to be the governors some states it's going to take awhile a long while seven billion already new York's lost New York City seven billion they're going to the reserves understand how ugly and nasty this is going to get and more and more people are out there and they're saying well we've got to wait till the doctors give us a go ahead well here's the thing want to go ahead what I hear from everybody is when we have a vaccine some will say when we have a a a solid treatment but mostly it's when we have a vaccine let's just say that's three months down the road what does that look like I'm just curious the mayor of Las Vegas she wants to open up today I'm telling you spoke to Alex stone earlier I'm telling you guys there is a chance that there's going to be a few large successful casinos at the time that may never re open again if this thing stays in the way that some people are thinking it might happen trump came out he laid it out there it's going to be the call of the governor's but at the end of the day it's really going to be what science says and I'm okay with that but we also have to be okay with unemployment it's not where it is now which is probably around twelve to fifteen percent depending on who you're you're reading what you're looking at I'm talking about what does it really look like say in three months if we continue to go down this path is it thirty five is it forty is it forty five just curious of what it might look like if one in three or four houses being foreclosed on repossessions are through the roof defaults and bankruptcies I think people also start asking serious questions about maybe we went back to late it's tough because you don't want to put the the financial well being above people's health at the same time you don't want to look at people who are bankrupting themselves and essentially going home was it saying you don't matter this matters over here you have to walk a fine line and trump we'll see we'll
How Ad Exec Nancy Reyes Became Undeniable
"I was going to ask you if this was the office. Where you do don draper style presentations or really just in an office office. There's no don draper in here. It struck me as I was walking over here from thirty rock where I work both how near we are Long Island City and how far you've come from where you grew up. Your Dad drove a taxi. Your mom worked as a housekeeper. What did you learn from them about work? Work Ethic work hard all the time and then you see the rewards of that hard work on the hours of a taxi driver. Are you know whenever there's demand and I remember my mom would never say no to cleaning a house so there was some days where she would clean three houses in the same day. Three to four houses in the same day which is just an enormous amount of cleaning. I did learn that everything feels better when you earn it that that is to me the the the best immigrant lesson and that has carried me my entire life is. I want to know that I earned it and if I put the hard work in then I can say this is mine. If heard you say that you retrospectively realize you never had the time or space to think about what you wanted to be when you grew up. What were you thinking about instead? Food money will we have food today? how much money do we have? How many more bottles doing to collect to be able to buy groceries? How many more grocery bags can I on my on my arms to carry them home because we didn't have money for a taxi? It was always short term stuff very very short term stuff and I suppose there was some benefit in that in that I felt like I was always solving a problem. That's a that's a skill. That's a skill always. There was always something to overcome and there was always a solution to that but yeah I do feel badly that I didn't. I don't remember times when I said when I grow up. I WANNA be an astronaut or I want to be a lawyer. I WANNA be a doctor. It was. How do I get to tomorrow when you look back? Were there signs that you would be a natural what you do now. No I don't know I hopeful. I don't think so. I think the one thing I knew I would be good at and I feel slightly guilty about it. Now is being incredibly articulate? I remember growing up and I grew up in a time where assimilation was valued which is very different than the time we are. Now where bringing your whole self whatever that is the most important thing so assimilation was about. How do you blend into everybody else in to do that? I DIDN'T WANNA speak Spanish. I didn't want to have an accent. Not a Hispanic accent. Not a long island city accent. Not a New York accent. It was like how articulate. Can I be so? I knew that whatever it was that I was GONNA do. I was going to be really good at speaking. Really good at presenting. Did that message. Come from your parents or from somewhere else. It didn't come from my parents because I remember hurting my mom's feelings a number of times when I said speak English. This is America. I must have picked that up from somewhere. I mean I think I was five. I remember where I was when I said that to her for the first time she was barking orders at me to do something probably my chores. Nothing nothing harmful and I just had had it Not necessarily with the chores just with I imagined with this. Why do I speak Spanish here but speak English someplace else? Why do I not know enough English? This is America. Get Your Act together. I had that kind of In patients with it which I of course feel terrible about it now but I was five different time where your parents from my mother is from El Salvador and my father was Puerto Rican. Study the Puerto Rican seems to take over your narrative in the little that I could find online. That's probably a New York thing fifth grade you struggling to prep. Which is this program that prepares kids from communities like yours that they will be leveled up academically with other kids. There must have been someone who said this very smart. Do you remember who that person was the principal? I remember a principal. His name was Philip. As emo I remember thinking his name was so grand. You Know Phillip as Emily and I remember. I was putting away books in our library. I say that with air quotes. It was like a shelf tiny shelf of Tattered books and he came over to me and he said I hear you're very smart and I think that carried me for ages six. Somebody noticed. Somebody saw that scrape the way someone like that can change. A Kid's life was one sentence I remember obsessing over that sentence and every single word in that sentence and so if you heard it it meant somebody else said it. So somebody else thought. I WAS SMART. So people were noticing. Somebody noticed. Somebody talked about it. Were you hearing that no no? I can't quite remember hearing any of that stuff at home. I I remember that I started in kindergarten. I didn't go to preschool. That was just not a notion for our family or even our community and somehow I I could understand. I spoke English but my parents both spoke only Spanish and I asked my mom at some point. How did I go to kindergarten? If I didn't speak English. And she said well we used to put you in front of the television to watch sesame street so I remember thinking my God. I must have learned all that. I know this language watching. Tv and watching Sesame Street. I think that was far as I could remember. Conversations about education or intelligence home was about working. It was about chores. We are coming up on a very special anniversary. Our one hundredth episode. And so we WANNA hear from you send us a voice memo to Ola at Latina to Latina Dot com telling us what the podcast has meant to you. When you've kept going a time you've persevered. We want to hear it all so then for high school through prep for prep. You end up going to a prep school in the upper west side culture shock. What specifically do you remember? What stood out to you? So many things stood out none of them commuted or they took the cross town bus and I thought my gosh what a privileged to take across town bus. I thought that must be a rich person thing. They went skiing lots of ski trips. They all had country houses. What is a country house and they all went every weekend to a country house or they went to the Hamptons. Every time there was a break from school there was a vacation. It's one of the complicated things about making these leaps which is even when you have the programs like prep for prep that are making the academic differential and the resource differential in many cases. There still is an emotional and cultural thing. That's already happening in your teens. Right like even if you don't have the upheaval of moving between worlds those years our heart and they are harder when you're also trying to understand things like why some people have those things in some people don't and who you are in a world in which you are from the get position does outsider. It's so true I think the Times I think about it now. I feel like they're two sides to it. That were not addressed that if programs like this are going to continue and they are very successful. I've said many times I oh my entire life to prep. I really do think it saved my life but if we're really GONNA see long-term growth in an impact from programs like that two sides to address. One is the sociological impact for the person of color entering those private schools. What should I expect? How do I answer questions about? Do you have a country house do you. Do you ski every weekend. It seems simple to say. I don't have that on. I don't ski. I would skip. But that's not what you say when you're thirteen or fourteen When I remember feeling I don't look like anybody here so I felt ugly. I don't have anything that these people have so I felt not worth it and I felt that in many occasions I was probably robbing a spot of somebody else that they didn't better than I did. But then the other side of that is who told those kids about me. Who told them I was coming told them why I deserved to be there. Who told them that? I had earned it and that conversation was never had those guys so as much as maybe in my teens. I felt like I didn't like anybody there. I didn't like the school. Now I know will why would they? Why would they treated me any differently? They didn't know no one spoke to them about it.
"fourth house" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A hundred ninety four house speaker Pelosi says she will probably send the articles of impeachment to the Senate soon she says she has no plans to hold on to them to indefinitely hello Siva said she wanted to know the rules of the Senate trial before sending over the articles Democrats want various witnesses called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has laid out his plan for the trial but no decision on witnesses has been made an assemblyman from LA uses the state should ignore in environmental law to build more housing for the homeless the plan would exempt shelters and low income housing projects from the state's environmental quality act assemblyman Miguel Santiago says that law delays construction projects by requiring developers to explain what kind of impact they would have on the surrounding community people are dying on the streets we see in reports every day ever we drive and we've got a very simple concept she estimates going around the environmental law could save up to two years per project answer only back KFI news a state Senate committee has voted down an effort to change how voters get registered through the DMV democratic state senator Tom Umberg says in the current set up voters are automatically registered in less they request otherwise I think that this system as it exists now there may be some minor modifications it's it's working okay Republican state senator Patricia Bates wrote the bill to change things up there's no place for you to say I don't want to register because I'm already registered in ex party please don't make any changes a lot of people got confused she says she's working on a new bill to add such an option but Mona has a new full time police team to target prostitution and human trafficking women and even school girls in the area are being proposition for sex lieutenant Anthony cat needs says even a quick Google search shows how popular hold Avenue is for the wrong reasons you can find that Pomona is a location that you might be able to find a street worker or a prostitute he says the team uses a victim centered approach offering resources even if the women won't prosecute their pants medical services meant so how as well as housing because he says many of the women are homeless academy says sting operations to arrest the so.
"fourth house" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"It was just like move major And it was a sudden and rapid move that happened somewhat unexpectedly actedly with which are also urine ness type signification and then weirdly not long after that also my My mom decided to move to like sell her house and move for the first time in twenty years. Wow so sometimes when you have like Major Fourth House transit's going on it can be like secure home and living situation sometimes. It can be like your parents other times. It can be like both so yeah. Four thousand several STIRRUP will stir up family drama family drama to be stirred. Yes family secrets. If it's Pluto triggers or The Iran us is like the surprises but yet all the everything to do with family. Yeah Yeah And sometimes also qualifying or describing the natives parents and their relationship chip with their parents and sometimes like how the parents act in the natives live and whether they're a positive supportive influence or whether the parents are somehow a negative influence. or in some instances like even if the parents are not around Like in some instances like I've seen seen instances of where the natives parents didn't want them and gave them up for adoption immediately in that being a major factor in birth chart of just like not knowing who the parents were having a sort of sense of of searching for that as part of their life and indifferent different permutations of that depending on planets points in the fourth house. Or what the ruler of the four thousand is doing and for It also has a lot to do do with property for acquiring property. If you know somebody who's in real estate you know as an agent Or maybe somebody who does landscaping or redecorating. For all that stuff. There's almost always big four thousand stuff going on uh-huh yeah I know somebody that has the ruler of the tenth in the fourth and they Rent out like properties they rent out land Mike and homes and stuff like that. Yeah I know a property developer that has Jupiter in the fourth ruling. The Second Jupiter improved the fourth. And then they get second house house money from it right. That's a great example And sometimes you'll see like funny weird permutations like I think in my book. I used an an example of. I think it's like Tiger Woods. Who has the ruler of the fourth in the eleven th or like the ruler of the eleventh in the fourth and he's named after like his is father's friend or something like that? That's funny funny. And so here's another example. That came out recently Dwayne the Rock Johnson Has the ruler of the tenth in the fourth and His Dad and GRANDPA were both wrestlers literally in the family business. Yeah yeah that's a great example. I like that. So there's lots of different things Classic one that comes up pretty frequently and is a pretty easy one to spot is sometimes like ruler. The Second House of your home in your living situation in the ninth house of foreign places and a person who ends up moving and living abroad for some significant in part of their life or sometimes the ruler of the ninth is in the fourth. Yeah like the full House nine South Associations. Yeah so obviously. We're that's starting to drag us into other houses which which we don't WanNa get too far ahead of ourselves but giving some examples of different permutations of what would we mean specifically at. Why is the home in the living situation or the parents how can that be relevant and very specific or concrete ways in the natives life I would say generally The fourth house does does well with Nice planets. Yes it's You know the they're the relationship of the planet's two houses uses is complex and varies to some degree on a chart by chart basis but There are very few circumstances. Regan think of a Mars Mars or attorney and influence being super helpful in the fourth right. Because you're not in. We're talking about a place that's supposed to be supportive and nurturing turing. We could have a Mars in the tenth. Where a person the tenth being what a person aspires to? And you know some effort and hardness is jazz relevant there Whereas the fourth is it's literally the support For the rest of the chart and so generally speaking king soft planets Do better there or we experience off planets more beneficial there yeah Another meaning thing of the Fourth House. That's less relevant in modern astrology. But I've noticed is emphasized a lot in traditional astrology have come to think is really important is the notion of the fourth house US representing generally speaking the end of matters back through that diurnal rotation You're talking about Kelly were the first is like the beginning and the tenth end is the next phase in the seven is a winding down phase. And then finally you reach like the midnight part at the fourth and sometimes it can indicate the end of the matter and sometimes in a lot of the traditional texts there were still associations with like death in the end of life with the four thousand and that's something knife. See come up surprisingly law where it's the eighth house is not the only house that pertains to to death But the fourth house sometimes comes up up as being relevant there as well. Yeah like for example like the You know the twenty seven club with the musicians. Who like the weird number of musicians that have passed away at twenty seven? That's actually a fourth house. Perfection Year so the fourth houses activated when you're twenty seven years old so it's not saying that everybody's going to die when they're twenty seven but we all made it through life right. Yeah I need to go back and think of that might have been close one but Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's a little tidbits to think about in terms the other significant that are not commonly discussed or that people don't often talk about with certain houses but that might sometimes be important especially if you start thinking about them. Symbolically symbolically were the fourth houses. The House that's furthest underneath the Earth. Yeah and is the most hidden and Yeah I I do when we discuss when I teach inheritance psychic and physical Fourth and eighth is what I go to the forth. The your parents you know the home your parents provided is what you stand to inherit. Yes right And with four I think of for both beginning and end or origin point and eventual destination. Because whatever we have in the fourth you know again you'll experience experience early in life and you know it shapes character in a way that is not directly visible but informs Ormes else. Like if you're coming from like a Saturn and the fourth place like you might not see exactly where that like discipliners structure sure Structural orientation it might not see the origin of a you'll see it kind of everywhere And that's you know we're talking about angular houses houses especially the first but the others as well give a somewhat global influence on the Nativity like things echo out from all of the angular. Your houses I think the idea of the Fourth House being a base or foundation of some kind is important that if everything else sits on top of that then everything else is. It's somehow sort of by or influenced by what's in that four thousand what sign or planets connected to it breath another your topic. That's really important that more traditional topic. They don't see emphasized as much in modern taxed but I really grown to see is important is the fourth house is being the tenth houses the most public part of the chart for thousands the most hidden or private part of the chart. And so it's not just your private and your home life but it can also indicate things that are hidden and somehow or things which are secret in the natives live and so sometimes If you ever have to look at chart where you're trying to qualify. What would indicate that which is hidden or things having to do with secrecy sometimes fourth house placements can be where to look for that absolutely? Yeah totally what's interesting is. The fourth is It's a hidden place that the native can see. The fourth is strongly configured to the rising. The twelve twelve might be something that's hidden but it might be hidden from the NATO. You can't see his fourth is like you know. That's that's where I stash my things you know. Let's yeah I know. Yeah all right so we could go into examples of that but maybe that's sufficient for now for our purposes. Are there any other things that we want to mention about the fourth house before we move onto the fifth I would just say that of the angular houses. The fourth is The most emotional. It's again because it's as a kid right. It's the first is like yes you and you were. You grew up but then you you know you're the first house your whole life whereas a lot of ways your Especially subject to the conditions of the fourth when you're younger and so- planets which are there have an opportunity to impact you when you are Very emotionally impressionable and that you will. Ten people will tend to carry the shape of that impression for very long time. Yeah and that makes me think of The idea of agency you know where planets in the fourth house because they're affecting you so much when you are child and you're not really driving your life at that point in time you can be very affected by planets in the full house in a way that can feel out of control troll or potentially a little bit more difficult the younger you are and then as you get older and you begin to have more agency of your life you can contain on manage through your own. Choices is at some of the manifestations of those planets there. Yeah that makes sense makes me think of in some modern books like they'll use an illustration of the fourth house of just like a tree and the fourth houses where the roots of the tree are and then the ten thousand sort of like the leaves and the top of the tree in the foliage. Absolutely what set. The basis of the foundation of that tree is the roots. What are your roots? And what was your foundation in life. Yeah and and ancestry and ancestral defensely. Battle Fourth House. Yeah as a funny one. Because when that gets activated we have four thousand transit or like perfection. Year I've seen people get really Suddenly out of nowhere interested in their ancestry. And like looking up there What is it like twenty three dot com free and made me look like genetic testing and finding out that? They've got like a hidden a long lost sibling. Like a half brother or something like that. Or y'all states. There is a lot of that. The Interest Ancestry Dot Com and twenty three and me when mm people having fourth house activation of really interesting..
Trump's Impeachment Inquiry: How did we get here?
"It started with one whistle blower now less than two months later a full blown impeachment inquiry set to reach a critical phase the first public testimony that will likely shape public perceptions of the investigation and the future of the trump presidency the central questions wasn't an abuse of power for the president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival here at home was he acting to further his own personal and political interests by withholding military aid from a key US ally with all of the rhetoric flying from both sides of the aisle and president trump's own free wheeling defense we wanted to hit the pause button and ask how did we get here the actions taken to date by the president has seriously violated the constitution September twenty fourth house speaker Nancy Pelosi formally opens an impeachment inquiry after a bomb shell whistle blower complaint raised concerns over trump still only phone call with the Ukrainian president for autumn years Lewinski conversation was was perfect my phone call was perfect according to a White House memo detailing that call trump tells the Ukrainian president we do a lot for Ukraine so let's get laid a response we are ready to continue to cooperate for the next steps specifically buying American anti tank missiles trump's response I would like you to do is a favor though he goes on to ask for Lenski to investigate a deep funk theory about the twenty sixteen election and then a second request an investigation into his democratic rival it goes to the core of whether the president views his office to seek political help in his reelection campaign and did so to the detriment of our nation's security house Democrats said they should at least twenty six subpoenas and at least fifteen individuals have appeared before Congress according to witness testimony trumps the man was forced to fight his top advisors including his acting chief of staff and his personal attorney in phone calls and meetings for months among the key testimony so far bill Taylor the top US diplomat in Ukraine who told Congress he was told everything including military aid in a White House meeting was contingent on Ukraine's willingness to launch the investigation trump requested Gordon son one the US ambassador to the U. who in a stunning about face room bar I used his testimony Sonya now saying he told a top Ukranian official Ukraine would likely not receive military aid unless you crane publicly agreed to investigate trumps targets and lieutenant colonel Alexander vin meant a White House national security official who was on that July phone call then men recalled one meeting in particular were senior Ukrainian officials were told they had to investigate the bidens could've been men also testified he was told to hold on military aid came from the White House chief of staff's office in the face of mounting evidence the president has been unrelenting in his defense which is all a hoax Republicans largely closing ranks around the president as Democrats move for work those open hearings will be an opportunity for the American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves to make their own determinations about the credibility of the witnesses but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct and joining me now to break this down further is ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran and Terry I want to start with these public hearings and who the public will see testify to big witnesses to lead off William Taylor was the acting ambassador in Ukraine and George can a state department official with responsibility over to you gonna get a picture from Kiev from Ukraine and from Washington from two men who were very alarmed about what was going on and that is the end of the at the end of the week Marie on your vitamins who was the ambassador who was pushed out by Rudy Giuliani and others in the administration and Terry really at the heart of this is a federal law that says it would be illegal to accept receive or solicit anything of value from a foreign national in connection with the US election there are those who say the phone transcript itself showed that but now we have this long line of witnesses we do a lot of election lawyers will tell you that the phone transcript does demonstrate that the president violated election law some election lawyers will tell you know because it doesn't have a determinate monetary value and that's a debate in the election law but really this isn't about election what about the constitution and the question does the evidence show that the president abused his power by trying to get a forgot to go after his political rival is that an impeachable offense at the constitution really that I think the Congress and the country's gonna focus in the whistle blower a lot of attention obviously on the whistle blower doesn't sound like that whistle blower will be appearing to think it's important well not from an evidentiary standpoint Adam Schiff the the German intelligence committee said other witnesses in sworn testimony have borne out what the whistle blower complaint says so he's not or she is not necessary in test was probably true from evidence and federal law protects this whistleblower from any kind of retaliation and there is a concern that the inflammatory language might endanger the whistle blower but I cover jury trials for a long time juries like the eyeball witnesses and were talking about overturning a presidential and there will be Americans for whom the impeachment evidence is less persuasive is diminished because we can't see and know the person who started that their motivations and intent and enter and no you covered the click the Clinton impeachment you obviously followed the Nixon impeachment as a little kid but what are the possible outcomes here well the president could be removed from office I think there's some confusion about the word impeachment impeachment is the indictment it is going to go to the floor of the house of representatives almost certainly and it looks as if the present will be pleased to be a trial in the Senate and of sixty seven senators are two thirds of the senators present vote the press will be removed from office but I think ultimately what we're looking at is the final verdict will come from the American people on election day about this conduct about whether or not we want a presidency that goes to other governments for assistance in going after political rivals and that the election day now less than a year away will be the ultimate verdict on all of this thanks as always Terry thanks much so let's bring in democratic representative Jackie spear a member of the intelligence committee which will conduct those public hearings this week thanks so much for joining us let me ask you Robert Mahler's public testimony earlier this year did not galvanize public opinion on the findings of his investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election and while this is obviously a different allegation how do you make a stronger public case this time I think for a number of reasons first of all I'm Bob Miller's report was four hundred pages long I had a lot of legalese this is a very simple straightforward act the president broke the law he went on a telephone call with the president of Ukraine and said I have a favor though and then proceeded to ask for and investigation of his rival and this is a very strong case of bribery because you have an elected official the president are demanding action of a foreign country in this case of and providing something of value which is the investigation and he is withholding aid which is that official act and the constitution is very clear treason bribery or acts of mission and in this case it is is clearly one of those obviously Republicans would disagree with you on a lot of that Republicans sent their list of witnesses they want to call as part of the intelligence committees public impeachment hearings yesterday it included the whistle blower and hunter Biden this is what intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said in a statement last night this inquiry is not and will not serve however as a vehicle to undertake the same sham investigation into the bidens or twenty sixteen and in a letter to Republican shift calling the whistle blowers testimony redundant and unnecessary and would only place their personal safety at grave risk it doesn't sound like the chairman will allow Biden or the whistle blower to testify as the Republicans have requested if you're able to guarantee his or her safety why shouldn't the whistle blower testify well the whistleblower actually provided a document he was third hand we have colonel then men who was actually on the call who will be in a position I think to testify and so you have a much more direct person to speak to about the events and if you have the actual transcript of that the president himself provided it is corroboration so you you have up what we have to prove though is corrupt intent and we prove corrupt intent by showing first of all the money was withheld secondly there was concealment there's concealment by virtue of having that transcript Ford into a special server you have concealment because you have persons within the administration who are prevented from testifying you then go further and you have this diversion by the president by trying to focus on the whistle blower who legally has a right not to be this woman even though even though their battle government even though there may be a legal right are are Terry Moran was just saying it's someone the people might want to hear from for for political benefit is that something you should consider having a whistle blower come forward because Republicans have made such an issue of this I think the Republicans are making an issue of anything that they think will give them some gravitas the only thing that the whistle blower can say is that he was told by other people's about the phone call we have the other people coming forward to actually testify so you have direct evidence not indirect evidence and the whistle blower has great risk associated with his life right now and he also has the right under the law under the whistleblower statute to have his whistle blower complaint filed and for him to be anonymous strongly about whistleblower protection and and and you said the rules driving the impeachment process are very equal and yet chairmanship hand turn down those G. O. P. witnesses and the White House lawyers are not allowed to participate in public hearings before the house intelligence committee how's that very equal well there are other witnesses the Republicans have requested that I would think that the press the chairman is going to make available to testify to Morrison is one Kurt Volker is another we want to stay focused on the crane the call and having hunter Biden come in is unrelated to the Ukraine call and so that becomes irrelevant the whistleblower again has protection as it relates to having the witnesses being questioned by someone within the White House that can in fact happen the president can have a conclusion that he can reach at the end of the actual Judiciary Committee hearing and all we're asking for is that we receive what we are rightly deserving which is the documentation from state department all of which is with been withheld and the primary people like Mulvaney who is the chief of staff who took direct orders from the president of course is using this phony argument of absolute immunity which doesn't exist
"fourth house" Discussed on KOMO
"Federal buildings four houses political organizations from both major political parties and if your garlic festival sentido llegan the alleged shooter shot by officers on scene and autopsy report determined llegan died by a self inflicted gunshot wound investigators say he used a Romanian made a K. forty seven style rifle and had other weapons and several hundred rounds of ammunition that shooting the first of three shootings nationwide within one week Michelle Franzen ABC news the end time for your propellants Durrance business update a look at your money now Jennifer Christian because data firm away G. aviation says airlines around the world a fad to remove some forty one million seeds from the market due to the grounding of Boeing seven thirty seven Max away Jesus the costs of the grounding or approaching four billion dollars but that assumes a plane will return in November which looks increasingly unlikely Boeing is set aside four point nine billion dollars to compensate airlines for their losses Amazon is added another city to the list of those in which it has unleashed self driving robots to deliver packages the latest city to get them Irvine California the six will blue robots are about the size of a Labrador and have the Amazon logo stamped on their sides Amazon says the robots are able to avoid crashing into trash cans pedestrians and other objects but a worker will travel with the robots at first that's your money now Jennifer could shake a como news we continue to struggle on Wall Street box we've actually got the nasdaq up into positive territory as numbers start to come back toward the the break even mark the Dow is still down sixty three in a third that affect those up twenty and a half points and yes a P. five hundred down to catch a propellant Durrance business update with all he shot here is my handle when he is my spam when I get a steam shout.
Trumps pay respects to Justice John Paul Stevens
"Before traveling to pay respects to one of the nation's most liberal Supreme Court justices president trump firing up another tweet in his war boards with four house Democrats but guns to deliver porch while heading to the Supreme Court to pay respects to the late justice John Paul Stevens president trump tweeting a new shot in the future this one is a very racist group of troublemakers who are young inexperienced and not very smart they are pulling the once great Democrat party far left and we're against humanitarian aid at the border and are now against ice and homeland security at about the same time one of the four congresswoman Rasheeda to leave till the end of a C. P. convention in Detroit
"fourth house" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And and you lose your fourth house so there may be some trouble in the home you may be having a little bit of of repairs or something like that that have to be six up but the Jupiter crossing your ascendant is very positive you're about to start a brand new twelve year cycle now that does this guarantee that everything's going to happen wonderful for you I wish I could do that but it does tell me that the energy is this that the as they say the wind is at your back and if you want to try something new or you want to take a chance maybe it's time for you you know dating is very difficult these days what do you do do you date through the internet you go on turn normal day dot com Mitchell are dating service yeah it's called paranormal date dot com EDS I think that's great joy to look that up eighty six thousand members already all my god that's terrific I had no idea is so much so much of this is going on now they're astrologers who trying to do apps for dating and so on and and and it is difficult but you've got to be willing to go out and try and it's always the hardest thing in the world like I said earlier is somebody says to me when I got to find love much I asked him why are you looking well I'm too busy I have other things to do well then you probably are going to find it but if you're willing to take the shot with Jupiter crossing your sentence I think you have a good chance have you probably be drawn to somebody whose background is different from your own it may be somebody who lives in a different comes from a different part of the world or is of a different you know financial or.
"fourth house" Discussed on KTRH
"Four House Democrats on Tuesday. Bucked democrat party leadership. In voted against a Bill to provide four and a half billion dollars in emergency border funding. take guest who the four democrats were that voted against bill to provide four and a half billion dollars in emergency border funding congressman alexandria cossio cortez ilhan omar yana presley and rush sheet attala leib the handful of defections come in the wake of speaker nancy pelosi meeting on monday evening with progressive and latino lawmakers who were hesitant to support the measure speaker urged members of her party to support the legislation earlier in the day arguing that defecting from the democrat party position would be a win for president trump according to a senior democrat aid nancy pelosi said during a closed door caucus meeting understand what we're up against in the white house the president would love for this bill to go down today a vote against this bill is a vote for donald trump and his inhumane outside the circle of civilized attitude toward the children ilhan omar explained her vote against more money for the crisis conditions at the border by saying throwing more money at the very organizations committing human rights abuses and the very administration directing these human rights abuses is not a solution this is a humanitarian crisis a humanitarian crisis inflicted by our own leadership it is also a refugee crisis fueled by state violence corruption and impunity in the northern triangle one that this administration has only fueled through mass deportation and slashing aid u._c. the fact that more people are coming to this country is our fault because we're not sending enough enough money to these countries In foreign aid. So they're coming here. And then we need to take care of them here, and that is our responsibility. this president is in a tough position he has pushed mexico and as we told you yesterday they've sent fifteen thousand national guard troops to the border he's working deal with quantum amal that they do their part because a lot of these folks that are coming up here or there's he has pushed for raids to try to send the message that if you do get here you cannot stay here we're going to remove you now he has ice coming out and saying look these local most crimes folks most crimes are solved and most bad guys are apprehended by local officers that's true of the f._b._i.'s most wanted that's true therio killers it's true of terrorists it's true because that's where the wherewithal is that's where the resources are that's where you have the guys that are on the street corner that know what sticks out they have the local sources they're interacting your average beat cop is your most important line of defense from drug dealer all the way up to terrorist because they're talking to people they're observing their seeing their apprehending and what what is saying is that when these local officers do their jobs and catch these bad guys who were here illegally and they put them in the local jail remember the jail is what the city or the county runs the prison is the long term that the state and the federal government run their state prison in federal prison you don't wanna go to federal prison because you do day for day you don't get you don't get your your term reduced by large amounts the way you do many times at in in state prison that's why federal crimes and federal prison is much more feared than state prison by the bad gas will now is saying look if the local folks won't help us we've got murderers out there who are being apprehended by local cops when they commit crimes we put the word out through the databases and instead of telling us before they release these guys back out onto the streets we've got sanctuary cities going out of their way to ignore our request to tell us and so bad guys are being put out on the street and what do they do they commit more crimes if you're a human trafficker or a drug trafficker or a hitman or gang banger you don't go to jail for a week or a month or a year and then when you get out go you know what i'm going to work it service merchandise ramon today to have service merchandise is still around when i was we go to service merchandise beaumont i mean if that's what you do if that's what you do for a living that's what you do for a living it's not a hobby it's not fun when you're a criminal eubank you need a car for the day you go to the you walk to the grocery store you wait till you see an unsuspecting woman coming out with a baby on her hip you walk up and put a gun or face ticker ticker card runoff hopefully you don't smasher in the head or steal her kid while you're doing it but that's what you do that's what you do for a living that's your career let's get to the next one county jail releases illegal alien man later kills wife and self in apparent murder-suicide in december of two thousand sixteen is located and lodged detainers on christian tabio pado who was being held accountable jail in where else washington might i remind you jay inslee the governor of the state of washington is running for president not one american should vote for him and they should make very clear that the reason they're not voting for him as these damn sanctuary city policies that get people killed and guess what killed more likely they kill other democrats they kill hispanics they killed poor people they kill people in the body oh they kill people in the neighborhoods where democrats live because that's where they fit in and that's where they carry out their crimes how do democrats allow this nonsense to continue this This is not making you safer. This is not making this country better. tovia pot was a mexican citizen taibbi opara was a mexican city citizen who was illegally present in the u._s. and had prior immigration encounters local jail officials did not under the immigration detainers and released the convicted criminal in august of seventeen again without notifying ice a little over a month later a pot shot and killed his estranged wife before taking his own life this is a guy who was known to ice this is a guy who is had used a law enforcement resource of the detainers process so that before he was released all they had to do is walk over type his name in see his name in his fifty eleusis and go when we're done with him we need to hand him over to ice because they they want to deal with them but instead they go nope just go out and do whatever the hell it is you wanna do what does he do he goes and kills his former wife and then fortunately kills himself and i'm gonna keep reading these stories because this is what president trump is up Cigars and a few thoughts are Michael berry show. 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"fourth house" Discussed on KTRH
"Oh, four house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the. Attorney general lied to congress. Attorney general William ball refused to show up to a House Judiciary committee hearing this morning. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the already committed a crime he lied to congress. He liked to congress and anybody else did that it would be considered a crime. Nobody is above the lawn. Pelosi stopped short of forecasting nextstep saying committees have a process to respond in a Senate hearing yesterday bar explained a letter he received from special counsel, Robert Muller. Complaining about a short summary of the Russia report. Details bar did not mention in testimony to congress last month before the reports public release on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern. Fox News a Nobel peace prize winning group warns a new arms race is underway. The international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons says the dismantling of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty has touched off a new arms race the US announced plans to withdraw from the treaty last year. Russia, then followed suit the group. Says in the three months after their withdrawal by the US, the United States awarded more than a billion dollars in new missile contracts and globally governments around the world or spending over one hundred ten billion dollars on nuclear weapons NBC's bills in for Houston gasoline average price only went up two cents this week. But Dan, Daniel Armbruster with AAA Texas says the really bad news comes when you look at the entire year. Really in Texas. The prices been holding steady week to week. But when you look at the price compared to the start of the year where nearly seventy cents higher right now. The Dow is down one sixty three the NASDAQ is down twenty five s and p five hundred down ten oil at sixty one seventy seven next update at two thirty. And now the show Hannity show Scudder newsreel sudden forty KTAR age bluecross blueshield believes.
Lori Loughlin fired by Hallmark
"Thompson this story about the college admissions the scandal, Laurie Lachlan or Laughlin would however you pronounce it, and Felicity Huffman and the list goes on. But this is just in the world of entertainment. You talk about one. You never saw coming who would have thought that Becky. We're used to now hearing about sex scandals and people tweeting stupid and offensive things and all the rest of it. But you're right last time, we talked I would never guessed that this one of the stars of fuller house would be fired from the show for trying to buy or kids way into college. Well, and and she's not only been fired from fuller house, which of course, is the spin off of the reboot on Netflix of the original full house, but she had quite a career on the hallmark channel of these hallmark movies that I don't know how many she's done, but it's been quite a few and she's gonna feel more than eighty four house. He was on this body basis anyway, but she did three of hallmarks many many Christmas movies, including of course, homegrown Christmas and open for Christmas. And every Christmas has a story. How hallmark jerseys outlay crazy? Done garage sale mystery as well. So that was a big she was one of the real faces of the hallmark channel and the didn't take long for them to summarily dismissed her from all of that. Well, I've never seen a single one. And yet somehow I've seen every one of the way I think you're probably
"fourth house" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"What happens is that the IC imports fourth house topics into the fourth hole, the fifth will sign house. So that you'll see an overlap of fourth and fifth house topics and Torres. Yeah. So I think I'm going to move again. Like, I already know I'm gonna move and. Yeah, I mean, I get into. Yeah. Whoa. So get outta here again approaches like the actual degree insurace. Okay. Yeah. And that's what we would expect. Just a continuation of some fourth house topics of your transiting through over your ic-, especially once it hits the exact degree. But then also increasingly you'll start to see some new topics come into play, which is from the fifth house. So I went to mention that just for everybody listening because this is part of the part of the issue that a lot of straw, wrestling. With is like if you have whole sign houses in quadrant houses. How do you reconcile those two? And that's how you do. It is that there's this overlap sometimes where you'll get a transit that goes through the fourth whole sign house. But then if it goes through the like, the fifth house ni- sees there, you'll see some continuation of fourth house topics while the new topics from the new house come into play as well. And so you're already anticipating and seeing some of that coming up. I'm probably going to New York. Let's play. Great. Well, that was a really good example. Thanks a lot for sharing. All right. Yeah. The half hour. Okay. Zooming. So let's jump into it. Then fifth house one of the primary topics the tengible topics as children, so children's very fifth house topic people unexpectedly having children changes happing in at an child's life. If you already have children, or if they're adults sometimes your children going through like a urinal phase and being really rebelled rebellious or deciding to be weirdos or something like that temporarily, and I say that someone just moans offended by that. What are some other urine his transits, the fifth house type things? I mean, if you don't have children sometimes on expectedly, having children sexuality is a fifth house, topics. Sometimes people can become more experimental in their dating your sexuality lives and just like having fun or creative expression artistic pursuits oftentimes people start experimenting with. Yeah. Three or four. Okay. Does anybody have that? You remember any fifth house urine as transit's really stand out, especially ones that relate to your children or other topics that we talked about. Yeah. You have one. So you're going through you you're going through your urine us operation at the time that you had your son, and you're in this was transiting through your house. Okay. And how did that go was were you planning on having children at that point? Yes. I internet's find settle down. Do traditional family. Thank awesome. See very Citerne. Ian uranium thing is. Not bible. See? Yeah. I saw on the internet. Not. Conversely, just with my stuff out. There said gravy somebody who married yet very rating? Sort of. Out in the half years. Transit nets. Well, yeah..
"fourth house" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And at four thirty four house speaker Nancy Pelosi not talking about how Democrats would respond. If President Trump declares a national emergency on the US Mexican border. If and when the president does that you'll find out how we will react, but I'm not going to that place now. But I think the president will have problems on his own. She refused to show her cards during a capital breathing today. Democrats would be expected to file an immediate court challenge. A declaration of national emergency could give Trump authority to redirect money from the Pentagon to spend on a massive border wall. Trump's demand for border wall. Funding is at the heart of the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government. The brother of a slain Newman police officer sound with President Trump at around table discussion on funding for potential border wall today, Reggie sing brother of corporal, Ranil Singh. Joined the president and other officials at a border patrol station in mcallen, Texas, discussing immigration and border security. Reggie offered. A tearful. Thank you to law enforcement after Gustavo Perez. Our Gago was arrested in connection with shooting death. He says his brother's death could have been prevented if there was some type of action because he was here illegally. He went on to say his family supports any actions that will prevent what happened to her now and prevent any family from dealing with the same tragedy. He. Officials now have a new legal issue to deal with in the wake of the campfire and other potential probation. Violations of federal judge is threatening sweeping mandates that would require the utility company to reinspect its entire electrical grid and remove or trim all trees that high winds could bring into contact with its equipment KFC K legal analyst Bill port Nova says it appears the judge doesn't believe PG, and he is adhering to probation terms imposed in the wake of the San Bruno pipeline explosion is the current statement. A judge makes when he doesn't believe that the person on probation is doing what he's supposed to be doing PG and E isn't directly commenting on the judge's decision saying they're committed to complying with all rules and regulations while working with state and community officials to develop long term safety solutions for the future. Joe Michaels, NewsRadio KF became the elk. Grove city council. Got an earful last night from people opposed plans to build a hospital near elk grove boulevard and interstate five among the complaints was claims of lack of transparency that plans for the hospital. All were not announced until after the November elections with little or no notification to homes and businesses in the area. Here's a sample of some of the public testimony. This hospital..
"fourth house" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Many times over the past years two thousand and six these secure fence act passed with bipartisan support requiring the construction of physical barriers along seven hundred miles of the two thousand mile US Mexico border, sixty four House Democrats voted for the measure twenty six in the Senate. Let's see Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. He voted for Hillary Clinton voted for it. Crazy uncle Joe Biden voted for it. You know, then Illinois Senator Barack Obama praised the Bill saying, it would do some good and help stem some of the tide of illegal immigration into the country. And then in two thousand thirteen all Senate Democrats most House, Democrats, they back the comprehensive immigration reform Bill. The so-called gang of Bill that included forty six billion dollars for border security and around eight. Eight billion to repair or reinforced barriers along the seven hundred miles of border fence that had been required by the secure fence act. Not all of which was built and the 2013 thirteen immigration Bill. Had it been signed into law would have ramped up the interior enforcement and border security in return of a pathway potential pathway to legal status where people the president has been clear. He's willing to talk about the DACA kids. He's willing to talk about dreamers Democrats when they support go back to thousand and sixty secure fence act, sixty four Democrats voting for the measure in the house twenty-six in the Senate, all these prominent Democrats that are offering a dollar. It's not funny. Well, I will offer a dollar is that supposed to be funny now we've got them in their own words, we played some of these before. But you gotta ask yourself if we have human trafficking and people. Are dying on both sides of the border. You know, what a treacherous journey. It is if you coming from Central America, even with a caravan some come without a caravan. They have these coaches that you pay every penny that you have in the world to bring you up to the border. No, guaranteed. You get to cross the border. I understand a lot. I'd say ninety eight percent of people want what we all take for granted. Liberty and freedom and an opportunity to get a job at a good pace. So they can have a better life for themselves and their families. I think that's all that makes perfect sense. But you gotta do it legally. And so, you know, we hear about all of these horrible things that happened on this treacherous journey that people take, you know, we look at this..
"fourth house" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Jack Speer. President Trump is rallying voters in Missouri ahead of election day is NPR's. Barbara sprint reports. He's been campaigning for house and Senate candidates and the hope of turning out his base supporters. President Trump's campaign travels have largely avoided suburban swing districts instead he's firing up voters in counties that voted for him by big margins in two thousand sixteen his post Labor Day travels have been two counties that voted for him by more than twenty points on average since World War Two. The president's party has lost on average twenty nine house seats and three Senate seats in his first mid term for presidents whose approval ratings were below fifty percent, the midterm losses. Have averaged forty four house seats and five Senate seats, President Trump's average approval rating, according to an analysis by real clear politics is around forty three percent. Barbara sprint NPR news, Washington. As for the Democrats, they have also. Brought out some of the party's heavy hitters bearing boxes of donuts. Former president Bronco Bama and Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine made a surprise visit to a Fairfax Virginia campaign office today. Obama a bit horse from days of campaigning telling volunteers that issues like healthcare and opportunities for working families are quote on the ballot along with us. He put it who we are in recent days Obama's been in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, stopping on behalf of Democrats sanctions on Iran are back and forced today. But the Trump administration is allowing eight importers of Iranian oil to continue to buy from Tehran. At least for now. More from NPR's, Michelle Kellerman, China, India, Turkey and Italy are among the largest importers of Iranian oil, and for now they are exempt from US sanctions, President Trump who withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal valuing the toughest sanctions ever says when it comes to oil. He wants to move gradually. I could get the Iran Oil down to.
Woman had C-section without anesthesia, lawsuit says
"Fair press whatever happened to honest reporting now. White, House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also weighed in about the characterization. A Thursday she was pressed by CNN's at Jim Acosta Sanders refused to distance, herself from the label pasta walked out. Of that briefing in protest we will bring that we will bring that to exchange. You right here on America's First News well a deluge of rain in Virginia's prompted evacuations. Below an overflowing dam the national weather service set up to six inches of rain fell within hours filling college lake near Lynchburg beyond capacity the failure of that dam could flood parts of Lynchburg with seventeen feet, of water in. Just seven minutes officials are reporting the. Dams imminent, failure at about nine thirty pm they. Were still looking for signs of structural damage early today as water spilled over the dam threatening about one hundred twenty four houses, at local fire and police are. Sending boats to rescue, people to areas. Shelters a flash flood Watch is in effect until eleven AM the mother and father of a missing college students are. Pleading, for anyone who have abducted their daughter to let her go and. Claim reward money Laura Calderwood and rob Tibbets said Thursday that they think their, daughter twenty year old Molly Tibbets is. Alive and may have been kidnapped family and friends of my art our daughter and. Our sister Molly Tibbets would like to announce that we have set up a bring Molly. Tibbets home safe reward find at first state Bank here in Brooklyn I what we believe that Molly is still alive and if someone has abducted her we are pleading with you to please release her as ten, o'clock this morning We have raised one hundred and seventy two thousand dollars that would be paid to, you as. Soon as Molly is faithfully home you can. Contact crime stoppers central Iowa at one hundred or five to one one one one, or Email your tip online at WWW crime stoppers of central Iowa dot com Holding up just fine we're sending our personal feelings aside this is a fight And so we have all the tools that we can use and I wanna thank the media for coming here and helping us to share this. Story because we are. Told very little by the authorities over. Very good reasons they are credible. Partners they put together Credible. Investigation it's large instigated. It's a Greg And have been nothing but. Sensitive tar family and to suggest otherwise wrong but they're not sharing information with us because they don't need to share information. With, someone who might be implicated in this now friends say Molly had been planning to travel to. The Dominican Republic this week for a wedding Tibbets was lasting jogging on the evening of July eighteenth and tragedy out of Philadelphia where a thirty two year old boy was. Mauled, by, pit bulls inside of a home police say responding officers could see the child being attacked through the, front door and fired shots at the, dogs killing one. Animal and wounding two others Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross has officers at. First were not able to enter that. Home Wednesday evening. Tragedy me around Break so hard to. Poor little baby Injured and ultimately killed fashion And the impact that it has on everybody up sleet, at family, first and foremost the neighbors but even the police officers who had to witness that had to be teaching and tactical about how the inner has not Create additional injury to that baby and that was not an easy thing to do Given. The fact that the dogs were still charging them While this was happening. Is so horrible all the way around all the worst describe Her last. Name No indications Fighting In, fact The house was in disarray other than, you know the. Cages inside This is a bit of a, mystery to us All indications are is that One of the occupants of the house went. To let the dog, outside they. All came out you know so we're looking to see whether there. Was neglect involved right now we don't have. Any obvious signs of that I know, a lot of, people say Dogs with us. Napa to determine that somebody's personal business I know they're in horrible pain as you might imagine By the time the police got there. We we surmise that his show. Baby was already gone You know they they made a value Beginning to save. The baby under some, very difficult circumstances so Some very powerful animals charging. You Three other people were, in the house at the. Time but we're not injured authorities say it was the little boys and house police are reviewing whether any charges should be filed against the, homes residents just a tragic story and a woman is suing a southern California hospital because she says she. Underwent a cesarean section without anesthesia according, to the San Diego union Tribune the lawsuit claims an anesthesiologist didn't immediately answer pages at Tri city. Medical center in oceanside last November so the. Emergency operation was, performed without him the lawsuit says Delvina Motha was more than forty one weeks pregnant when she checked into. The hospital and delivery became urgent after. Staff couldn't detect fetal heart rate the lawsuit says the twenty six. Old passed out from the pain she did end. Up delivering a healthy baby girl. So good.
Missing Iowa student's mom says abductor can claim reward money
"Wanted me to go up. And have, a boxing match I said whatever happened to, diplomacy and by the way Whatever happened to diplomacy I used to study. Not do, much diplomacy I said whatever happened to. Getting everything you want some you. Have to be rough so you have to be. Nice for whatever happened and let me tell you if I did, go up and screaming they would have. Said he was terrible, he was so. Rude it was horrible. His performance was horrible Whatever happened to fair press whatever. Happened, to honest reporting and. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Also weighed in about the characterization Thursday she was pressed by c. n. n.'s Jim Acosta Sanders refused to distance herself from. The label pasta walked out of that briefing and protest we will bring that we. Will bring that to exchange to you right here on America's First News well a deluge. Of rain Virginia's prompted evacuations below an overflowing dam the national weather service set up to six inches of rain fell with an hours filling college lake near Lynchburg beyond capacity the failure of that dam could flood, parts of Lynchburg. With seventeen feet of water in just seven. Minutes officials, are reporting the dams imminent failure at. About nine thirty pm they were. Still looking for signs of structural damage early today. As water spilled over the dam threatening about one hundred twenty four, houses at local fire and police are. Sending boats to rescue. People to areas. Shelters a flash flood Watch is in effect until eleven AM the mother and father of missing Iowa college students are pleading. For, anyone who have abducted. Their daughter to let her go and. Claim reward money Laura Calderwood and rob Tibbets said Thursday that they think their daughter twenty year old Molly Tibbets is alive. And may have been kidnapped the PM Liam friends of my art our daughter and. Our sister Molly Tibbets would like to announce that we have set up a bring Molly. Tibbets home safe reward find at first state Bank here in Brooklyn Iowa we believe that Molly is still alive and if someone has abducted her we are pleading with you to please release her as a ten, o'clock this morning We have raised one hundred and seventy two thousand dollars that would be paid to you, as soon. As Molly is home you can contact crime stoppers. At a central Iowa at one hundred, or five to one one one, one or Email your tip online at WWW crime stoppers of central Iowa dot com Spanish holding up. Just fine we're sending. Our personal feelings aside this. Is a, fight for daughter and so we have all the tools that we can use and. I want to thank the media for coming here and helping us to share this story because we are told very little by. The, forties for very good reasons they are credible partners they put together. Credible investigation it's large it's it's aggressive and nothing that sensitive tar family and to suggest otherwise is wrong but they are not sharing information with us because they don't need to share information with someone. Who might be implicated in this now France say Molly had been planning to travel to. The Dominican Republic this week for, a wedding was last seen jogging on the evening of July eighteenth and tragedy out of Philadelphia, where a thirty two year old boy was mauled by pit bulls inside of a home Police say responding officers could see the child being attacked. Through the front door and fired shots at the dogs killing one animal and wounding two others Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Roth is officers at first were not able to enter that home Wednesday evening tragedy All the way around breaks.
What does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning upset mean for Democrats?
"Kadjio eighteen the station now on amazon alexa opened the cagey oh eight ten skill good evening i'm nikki medoro a twenty eight year old liberal activists has thrown a spotlight on the surge of energy on the party's laughed there's after alexandria akasa cortez knocked off the number four house democrat in the new york city primary is being called a redefining a moment for the democratic party search for a new identity in the age of trump her stunning victory in the primary offers a new window into the tug of war for the direction of the party alabama attorney general steve marshall opened up to reporters today about his wife's a weekend suicide corresponding clayton neville says the state's top lawyer spoke about the daily struggles of people suffering from mental health issues the attorney general was joined by his daughter and other family members when he spoke for nearly twenty minutes about the lifelong battles his wife bridget dealt with he spoke about half truths that have come out since her death and the guilty fields for forcing her into the public spotlight marshall said he hopes people can learn from his family story our hope today to share story also give strength to those families who have been doing what we have endured marshall said he'll remember his wife is beautiful and gentle person i'm clayton neville a guatemalan woman seeking asylum is suing for the release of her eightyearold daughter who she says sustained injuries and elm after being forcibly separated crossing the us mexico border illegally the aclu of massachusetts filed the suit today to immediately reunite and djelic are rebecca gonzales garcia with her daughter federal officials did not immediately comment the lawsuit comes after president trump last week ended his administration's practice of separating families detained at the border and a boy who lost part of his pelvis and leg after a tree fell on his ten during a camping trip in two thousand twelve will be awarded forty seven and a half million dollars san mateo county and its contractor davey tree will pay thirty million dollars to settle the case brought by zachary row pg's contractor western environmental consultants will pay seventeen and a half million dollars.
Judge orders families separated at the border be reunited within 30 days
"Find us anytime i'm wnyc dot org slash midday can white americans look our whiteness in the poet's claudia rankine and monica youn have a new collaboration at the gallery and performance space the kitchen called on whiteness explores the concept and it's real life implications we'll talk about it with the poets and your calls on the next brian lehrer show also would you deny service to sarah huckabee sanders if she walked into your restaurant the brian lehrer show at ten am on wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep in washington dc and i'm david greene in culver city california the clock is ticking last night a federal judge in california ordered border authorities to reunite separated families within thirty days children younger than five must be reunited in just fourteen days you will recall that a trump administration zero tolerance policies separated thousands of children from their parents as they crossed the border president trump dropped that approach but the children are scattered at facilities around this country some very small and it has not been clear how they would all be reunited let's talk about this with npr national political correspondent mara liasson hi mara i david so what exactly does this decision mean could these two thousand or so children who've been separated that this they might see their families again soon yes it might see mean that they see their families against sooner because the department of homeland security had already announced that they were trying to reunite these families but the order as you said sets a firm deadline something that they didn't have before and this week health and human services director alex as are told congress that his agency still had custody of two thousand and forty seven children who had been separated from their parents and according to the ap count that six fewer than the number he had in custody the week before so it shows you that things are moving smut lowell progress this would add some urgency to the process well this decision i mean given the mixed messages we've had over time for this administration you're the president's chief of staff john kelly telling us at npr that these separations were meant to act as a deterrent but then the president backed down from the separation so is the administration expected to to challenge this ruling at all whether administration hasn't reacted to this ruling yet but the fact is the president signed an executive order saying he wants these families reunified and the zero tolerance policy that led to the family separations zerotolerance meaning prosecuting every single illegal border crosser is a criminal that has been stopped and they're essentially back to the catch and release policy that donald trump didn't want well that's one big story that i know you are covering i want to turn to another one because it was primary night last night in the country and most votes went as expected although not in new york city number four house democrat lost his primaries to a challenge from the.
Cleveland, Ohio house explosion leaves 1 dead, 1 injured
"One two three four house blew up in a residential neighborhood in ohio one woman is dead a man in critical condition and there's an investigation now all it's left to the blast leveled house shattering the sunday quieter piles of scattered splintered wood busted walls charred debris rarely smithereens says east cleveland ohio fire chief robert benjamin there were heavy damage to multiple houses what is being shot out of blown out actual structured gas leak maybe it has since been turned off but prior to the explosion i i was on pundit assumption that everything was just under normal activities are investigating chuck sivertsen abc news minnesotabased airlines is offering to refund baggage fees to an entire flight of passengers after forgetting to bring along their checked baggage when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by one hundred sixty eight passengers on on board made the flight it's not the first time sun country has angered passengers it's the same airline that stranded passengers in mexico when a blizzard hit minnesota back in april we paid our money to them we expected a ride home where their customers rather passengers sun country says it's.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed at Windsor Castle
"Recovery continues in texas i'm an carrick fox news just a day after the deadly shooting at the santa fe high school in texas a baseball team member who was wounded attends the playoff game rome schubert had a bandage on his neck in a hospital bracelet on his wrist both teams gathered on the field arminarm to say a prayer before the game among the ten killed a pakistani exchange student a substitute teacher with a lust for life and a boy impossible not to like due to a sense of humor the suspect faces several murder charges with the royal wedding saturday megan markle becomes the first english royal of black heritage in the modern history the marriage blending african american culture and the pomp and circumstance of britain's most sacred institution would you take meghan to be your wife will make your take harry to be your husband i will the wedding of prince harry and meghan markle attracted viewers not normally drawn to the spectacle of the monarchy included a gospel choir a black cellist an african american bishop hot lava and toxic gas shooting into the air on hawaii's big island fox's jeff paul reports there was another explosion near the summit of the killer way of volcano a smaller one but it's still sent a plume of ash about seven thousand feet in the air and we're also learning that lava is getting dangerously close to several homes in the area in fact by the latest numbers has destroyed an additional four houses now fastmoving flow forced the evacuation of at least four people were rescued by county and national guard helicopters the lava is now threatening to trump residents even more and so far has isolated up to forty houses the number of lava spewing openings has risen to twenty two fisher's officials warn this event is far from over fox news fair and balanced hello it's rod you know when you're scrolling through your phone for working on your laptop and that notification pops up update available well considered this notification from your car it's.
"fourth house" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The child with infection was infectious when he or she made his or her way through brussels through newark in onto memphis through terminal see anyone in newark airport between noon to nine pm on monday may have been exposed could develop symptoms that they are not immunized prosecutors should quickly and the florida school shooting movement murder trial if they agree to one thing correspondent andy field reports the accused shooter's lawyers explained bear deal in court wednesday wall suspected florida school shooter nncholas cruises in no position to demand a plea deal he sat in court with his attorney is she offered to save the state be expensive the trial anytime mr cruz is willing to enter guilty on all thirty four house consecutive sentences and exchange for the waiver of the death penalty prosecutors not saying whether they'd settle for anything less than execution to punish crews meanwhile the house overwhelmingly passed a bill to fund more security in schools but it did not include any the gun control measures democrats were supporting wins news time four zero s unless something quite unusual is found in a recount it looks like democrat connor lamb was corrected declare victory in pennsylvania special election for congress at the latest and most likely final count lamb appears to have defeated rick seacombe by six hundred twenty seven votes then in a district donald trump won by twenty points rather than admitting this trump's overwhelming unpopularity harm the gop candidates chances there the white house is instead saying the president actually helps a cone make the race the president did not wait any kind of response to the pennsylvania district eighteen results that seems poised to send democrat conor lamb to the house but aboard air force one spokesman raj shah was certainly channeling mr trump the president's engagement in the race turn what was deficit for the republican candidate into what is essentially a tie also the democrat in the race really embraced the president's policies whereas he didn't really embraced nancy pelosi and the democratic leader connor lamb vowed he would not support pelosi his party's leader if he gets a chance to vote on that at some point bob costantini washington wins news time four.
"fourth house" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Nine others he's a four house of metaphor going we'll have to while we'll have to bring back the the music episode at some point i oh yeah where i used to critique the music what was the one that i was it welcome to the jungle that i didn't like because the music was too long at the front before they started singing and who was at guns n' roses that was very good john lewis lied yeah yeah i learned something i will yet we ought to bring back the music reviews also i bet zach brown gets absolutely sick of people doing what i just did right there we'll you remember a brain of flowers the yet the same first name is the lead singer of the killers and he used to get that all the time people would like especially when twitter first came out and people to nab the check marks and people are always ask him that is kind of okay music and and that sort of thing so uh the rest of these guys up paul buzzed busted ed pope us needed to see you know he he had the the reduced role in jacksonville but they also had a lot of really good players in jacksonville is he the kind of guy who ends up starting somewhere else can still be equality starter yes there's this assumption because he's in his mid thirty's a is slow can't play can't cover anymore and that's what everybody just says and my response to that is watched the frequent film kinney run the way he used to not probably naughty probably lose a foot race to his twenty seven year old self but he has such amazing awareness and spatial reasoning and play recognition that he more than compensates he's a really good linebacker still he in a he make not not just as a guy who doesn't get beat he makes plays out there is that a three down guy of a fulltime starter i don't know he was excellent in the role with with behind miles jacking twelve and smith where he'd come in on base situations based 43 but he didn't play in nickel he was excellent there if a team sign paul puzzle.
"fourth house" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Company property and casualty excellent good for you guys that's fun what kind of debt was the two hundred and five thousand well 53000 in student loans and than after we got that's on we saved up for downpayment we paid off her house eventually your yeah rupaul were paid four house and rockford illinois in who who latch browder you to 30 wine both thirty one gosh that's amazing man you're so weird that is so awesome what's his house worth 155 wow look at you have adt is so cool very cool well that makes sense that fits with the numbers to six years and four months average person is seven seven years paying off their house in there you go you're one of them you go i mean you beat you did the did everything actually house stood loans everything in that period of time so very very well done so tell me your story i mean you thirty wants that put you just 25 starting this deal yeah and what's the how'd you get started was that when you got married or tell me what happen we got married and we had just graduated college and we were both unemployed and thankfully atoms aunt and uncle and the only cisneros gave us the book as a wedding present total money makeover book we had a lotta time when you don't have a job and you're just applying for jobs though we read the book the and we didn't have any money so it was really easy to regular minds there were much so we said when we both get stable or start just knocking it out and we made a list and we had so much fun crossen it off and just paying for it and we wanted to get her you know one of the adrenaline and it was great journey no group so you start your whole life this way yeah you tear into.
"fourth house" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I'm a nuclear medicine technologists and i'm a purse lines underwriter for insurance company property and casualty excellent good for you guys that's fawn what kind of debt was the two hundred and five thousand well 53000 and student loans and then after we got that donnelly saved effort downpayment we paid off her house eventually you're how yeah i'm looking at where people were paid four house in rockford illinois and go oh that's browder you to one both thirty while gosh that's amazing man you're so weird that is so awesome what's his house worth 155 wow look at you half that is so cool very cool well that makes sense that fits with the numbers to six years and four months average person is seven seven years paying off their house in there you go you're one of them a i mummy beat you did did everything actually house student loans everything in that period of time so very very well done so tell me her story i mean you thirty one said putsches 25 start in this deal yeah and what's the how'd you get started was that when y'all got married or tell me why have we got married and uh we had just graduated college and we were both unemployed and thankfully atoms aunt and uncle and the only it gave us the book as a wedding present total money makeover book we had a lotta time when you don't have a job and your disapplying for jobs so we read the book and we didn't have any money so it was really easy to regular months.
"fourth house" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"I'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger a bright and sunny breezy but quite mild today the high reaching 62 degrees tonight stays clear and it does turns colder or down to thirty six tomorrow a mix of sun and clouds with tomorrow night watch for a spotty shower in that could even linger into early friday morning tomorrow's high fifty two or up to fifty three friday comes saturday were back to a high of fifty degrees in the sunshine but a chill in the air some sun for your son while high fifty one eyewitness weather every hour on kyw newsradio rid of forty six degrees were heard of of sixty two in the sunshine today what are we news time 554 after nearly two months of terror or florida a neighborhood is breathing easier tampa authorities say they've capture the seminal bikes killer terrible police brian dugan made the announcement tuesday night recharging four house of first degree murder for how emmanuel donaldson the third the 24yearold donaldson is accused of killing four people in the seminal heights area over the past two months they were all shot within a half mile of each other mayor bob buck horn says justice will be served and then the process will occur when this individual rights and health donaldson now in police custody could not be reached for comment i'm john lawrence reporting kyw news time 555 the kyw business report now gone through by imprint plus and we go to steve potisk at bloomberg morning steve good morning branded while worries about robots replacing human workers maybe justified according to a new report covering forty six nations and more than eight hundred occupations by consulting firm mckinsey and company as many as eight hundred.
"fourth house" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Guys would get up there and promise you could buy anything any time from anybody anywhere using their techniques right and so you look into these techniques and much of what they were doing was owner finance techniques that would allow you to go get mortgages from people that didn't really qualify you for a mortgage so when i started out i bought four houses from fannie mae originally and i got him on conventional mortgage is through fannie mae and then at the end of that time uh i'd really run out of money i didn't qualify for downpayments anymore so i had to go to different types of financing what i do as i found a guy that was that was willing to sell me a house and do it on older financing with only ten percent down and i bought the house from the guy and he set up upset of payments now in the past the reason people want to do this and this guy in particular is no different is that they knew they wanted to get up real estate business they didn't want to manage the tenants anymore but they didn't want to give up that stream mci castle they've gotten hooked on getting a monthly stipend every month of cash flow the came in from the real estate so by sowing the house on a note to things occurred number one they didn't have to take the immediate capital gain that came by selling it and the recapture depreciation they could do that over a a term of the note case so it would be ever guys over the term in the note and that spread that capital gain out and they also would get monthly payments now the downside this was the monthly payments were interest and principal the principal wasn't tax wrote the interest was taxable as ordinary incompetent in care because they just were used to living stipe stipend payment every month and this.
"fourth house" Discussed on WJR 760
"God store co answer we call may trai is it the most worst of all sins i don't know we all hypocrites we noticed plenty of apopka see in the media that we know we know there's eujapan agassi in the church and in religion that we know too given tell people do one thing and get caught doing the other and then he got the fake so officials bernie sanders who bashes millionaires and billionaires mechanism millionaires and billionaires and he lives and four houses earned over one million dollars last year three homes for bedroom in burlington vermont of town house on capitol hill and a new summa carjon bike champlain millionaires and billionaires income inequality income inequality meanwhile the fbi is investigating the wife all bernis wife because she such a wonderful one of the people did yo bernie sanders honeymoon in the old soviet union and 1988 year such a good commie there's a great article on this by how we car in boston harold the fbi trailing socialist bernie sanders and his wife over bank loan deal it's a big story so next time you hear a politician telling you about the evils of millionaires and billionaires whether it's bernie sanders a one of the phonies in california plenty of them out here they live in 10milliondollar houses in elite lily white suburbs with elite look will lily white families and they make believe they appeal to the hispanic illegal alien because they know that's the key to the to the state house or to the senate itself it's astounding that there is no reportage of the hypocrisy here in the bay area the elite ruling classes right out of animal farm and yet they get up and give speeches on the disruptor millionaires and billionaires and because there is no longer any newspaper in san francisco they get.