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"gary tuchman" Discussed on Forever35
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$916 billion White House coronavirus relief proposal
"Really wanna fill you guys in on Corona virus aid before we do our interview with senator sanders. So let's get right to it. There's a new and critical update to the corona virus negotiations that are taking place between congressional lawmakers and the white house now. Yesterday it was reported that the white house was urgently asking. Gop senators to approve one time. Six hundred dollar direct checks to americans as part of the coronavirus relief bill and at that time it really did seem as though The trump administration was outflanking democrats in congress from the left But now it's abundantly clear that that's not actually what's going on. It turns out that the one time six hundred dollar check that would be sent to americans would be a trade-off or essentially getting rid of the federal unemployment aid of three hundred dollars per week. Okay that tradeoff off seems pretty ridiculous. And so nancy pelosi talked about it. A little bit today She certainly clap back but she did. Treasury secretary steve mnuchin released a statement. Are you in this speaker. Pelosi spoke today at five pm and on behalf of the president. I presented a nine hundred sixteen billion dollar proposal. This proposal includes money for state and local governments and robust liability protections for businesses schools and universities. Now pelosi wasn't buying it mostly because she had some insight that most others didn't have and she says while it is progress that leader mcconnell has signed off on a nine hundred sixteen billion dollar offer based on the bipartisan framework The president's proposal which cuts unemployment insurance by one hundred forty billion dollars compared to the framework is unacceptable. So she says it's a nonstarter. I absolutely agree with her. On that. and there are all sorts of issues in regard to the liability protections That are offered by republicans. But before i get to that and katie porter shredding republicans for it john. Why don't you jump in. yeah. I find it very difficult to comment on this because the contents of the package change so often. I mean just yesterday mitch. Mcconnell was saying that it wasn't a prerequisite at the liability protections. It'd be in there but now it is again. I i don't or maybe it is. I don't know. I honestly don't know we don't know what is in the bill until after it's passed and usually not even then usually we're not sure even at that point especially You know the amount of money that we're talking about but it is like it's it's again. It's perfect that they've come up with a financial trade off the onetime payments versus basically cutting off the unemployment aid that makes sense to people on insurance that planned to die in the next week and a half it makes financial sense to them or people who are yet on Unemployment insurance and Having wised up to the fact that the federal government is still effectively doing nothing to stop the spread of the virus. And so it's gonna get worse and more businesses are going to get shut down and so a lot of people that are currently unemployed are probably gonna end up unemployed by the end of this dark winter And this is as we'll probably talking about what senator sanders. This is shaping up to be the last thing that they'll do like we've waited almost a year and this. I am trying to search for word that allowed to us on this now. Right now Is the last thing that they're going to do. Insult to injury in every possible way. It's yeah it's just it's so so shameful especially when you put it in the context of how easily the funding for Defense for the pentagon is gonna pass probably with a veto proof. Vote in both the house which already happened and the senate which is likely to happen in the future. That's seven hundred forty billion dollars every year. The number goes up for the most part. And there's no debate about it. It's just going to happen. But i do want also talk a little bit about the liability protection or lybia liability shield which Mitch mcconnell seems to only care about like that's the only thing that he's been pretty insistent on It seemed like maybe he can bend to democrats will on it If there were some pretty significant trade offs But katie porter Did a great job in explaining why this is a horrendous. A provision in the stimulus bill she says you may have heard that democrats and republicans have agreed upon spending nine hundred billion dollars to fund yet another round of small business loans support hospitals in essential workers and helped the ten million people who lost their jobs through no fault of their own everyone at the negotiating table including senate. Republicans have agreed to a compromise except one mitch. Mcconnell is refusing to bring it to the floor unless it wipes away all cove related lawsuits filed that allege injury or death due to corporate negligence. And she goes on to say that. These lawsuits represent the worst of the worst examples of disregard for human life cases filed on behalf of nursing home patients and grocery store workers who died because the company in charge of keeping them safe prioritize cutting costs over protecting them. And i think one of the best examples to share with you guys is what is happening now with a tyson. Meat packing plant Where You know tyson facing a wrongful death lawsuit because dozens of their workers got sick and died due to their negligence. Cnn has more details on that. Let's watch according to the allegations. The plant manager of the waterloo facility organized a cash volume winner. Take all betting pool for supervisors and managers to wager. How many employees would test positive for covid. Nineteen in the end more than a thousand employees would catch the virus about a third of the nearly three thousand working at the plant on stare. Ernest ladders spoke to c. n. N.'s gary tuchman in april about his conversation with tyson's hr department. They told me I was i was i was i was safe. And they told me that Everything was okay and they told me. I have a better chance. A catching the corona virus. Going out to walmart and enticing. Come the work. you safe. The tyson employers also allegedly told their employees to ignore any symptoms. They might be suffering from contracting corona virus into just keep working. it's doesn't insane yeah no the. The era of self-regulation of plants like tyson one needs to change. Which is a whites. Good that the department of agriculture is gonna be controlled by tom. Bill sack who while he was governor by said that they should self-regulate
"gary tuchman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"To meet with law enforcement officials. On Saturday, Trump toured areas of Louisiana and Texas infected by Hurricane Laura. Respondent Gary Tuchman says the hard hit city of Lake Charles in Louisiana is in great need following the impact of Laura. Not only do we have more than a half a million people here in southwestern Louisiana without power Most people here and almost all people in Lake Charles have no water. The water plants have been broken, so there's no water. There's no stores open. There's no restaurant for some gas stations. They need that those relief supplies Two Russian aircraft carried out what was called an intercept of a U. S. Air Force B 52 bomber on Friday over the Black Sea details on that from correspondent Barbara Starr Russian, their fighter jets crossed within 100 FT. Of the nose off the U. S. B 52 bomber multiple times and that coach turbulence making it difficult. The Pentagon for the B 52 tow actually correctly maneuver the Pentagon called a maneuver unsafe barbecues. Now what's trending on W B, a. P and w dot com Can Jeffrey from 24 7 News Desk Dallas officer was injured Saturday afternoon after he was dragged by a vehicle occupied by to wanted felons during a traffic stop. Officers were responding to a call about suspicious people selling drugs near the 4200 block of Maple Avenue. And stop the suspect vehicle. Shortly thereafter they discovered the driver and passenger were wanted felons as officers were trying to make the arrest. Police said the suspect drove off at a high rate of speed. During this one of the officers was dragged several feet and suffered an injury to his leg. That officer was taken to a hospital and is currently in stable condition. Steve Coming W B A P. 24. 7 News. Dallas County Commissioners are going to debate a pay raise this coming week. Elected officials could get a 2% pay increase, and other county employees may also get the raise The death of a second Fort Hood soldier who was reportedly a victim of sexual abuse, is increasing calls for an investigation of the post leadership. The secretary of the Army met with Priscilla Panto Ha this past week was a member of the civil rights group. LULAC immediately began to speak to us about his personal experience as a service member and having Children in the military and how He was making this personal sergeant Elder Fernandez was missing for more than a week was found dead this past Tuesday it may he reported he had been inappropriately touched by a male superior. The army had already launched an investigation after the death of specialist Vanessa Gideon was allegedly murdered by a fellow soldier. She told family she had been harassed but was afraid to come.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news update. Post Laura hardship. Biden BLAST Trump use of military I'm Evan handing. President Trump visited Lake Charles, Louisiana to survey damage after it's pounding by Hurricane Laura this week. Correspondent Gary Tuchman says many people are hungry and thirsty water facilities were busted. They were broken. It's anybody's guess how long they will be out. So what's happening is the president also went toe relief distribution center where they're sending water and food out to people who need it. People right now already are getting very desperate because it is very hot outside. Right now it's 90 degrees the humidities at 66% in a virtual address to the National Guard, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Promised the guard he would never use the military as a prop or private militia. Biden accused Trump of employing US forces to settle personal vendettas and violate citizen's rights this today after Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley told Congress Armed Forces will have no role in the election or in resolving a disputed vote count. So many Russians believe the poisoning of that country's leader of the opposition to President Vladimir Putin was an assassination attempt. Leonid Volkov's believes someone working for the Kremlin on behalf of Putin did the D as off now. We don't have a proof. Is that putting order? If so, it might be some of the government agencies but the level of organization the, uh, the poisons of the used It's not something you can buy and a pharmacy in their London deputy director of governor Larry Hogan's Community Initiatives office has been sacked. Because of social media posts making light of the fatal shootings of protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Arthur Mac love the fourth posted support for the 17 year old charged with killing protesters with an A R 15. Are you paying too much for term life insurance? There's a tremendous price war. Among the major term life Cos rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years. For example, a man age 45 non tobacco user $1 million of coverage $75.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Post. Laura hardship Biden BLAST Trump Use of military I'm Evan handing. President Trump visited Lake Charles, Louisiana to survey damage after it's pounding by Hurricane Laura this week. Correspondent Gary Tuchman says many people are hungry and thirsty. The water facilities were mustered. They were broken. It's anybody's guess how long they will be out. So what's happening is the president also went toe relief distribution center where they're sending water and food out to people who need it. People right now already are getting very desperate because it is very hot outside. Right now it's 90 degrees the humanities at 66% in a virtual address to the National Guard, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Promised the guard he would never use the military as a prop or private militia. Biden accused Trump of employing US forces to settle personal vendettas and violate citizen's rights. This a day after Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley told Congress Armed Forces will have no role in the election or in resolving a disputed vote count. So many Russians believe the poisoning of that country's leader of the opposition to President Vladimir Putin was an assassination attempt. Leonid Volkov's Believe someone working for the Kremlin on behalf of Putin did the D as off now we don't have a proof that Putin orders. If so, it might be some of the government agencies but the level of organization The, uh, the poisons of the used. It's not something you can buy and a pharmacy in Maryland deputy director of Governor Larry Hogan's Community Initiatives office has been sacked because of social media posts making light of the fatal shootings of protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Arthur Mac Love. The fourth posted support for the 17 year.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Of military I'm Evan handing President Trump visited Lake Charles, Louisiana to survey damage after it's pounding by Hurricane Laura this week. Correspondent Gary Tuchman says many people are hungry and thirsty water facilities were busted. They were broken. It's anybody's guess how long they will be. Out. So what's happening is the president also went to a relief distribution center where they're sending water and food out to people who need it. People right now already are getting very desperate because it is very hot outside. Right now it's 90 degrees the humidities at 66%. In a virtual address to the National Guard, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden promised the guard he would never use the military as a prop or private militia. Biden accused Trump of employing US forces to settle personal vendettas and violate citizen's rights. This a day after Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley told Congress Armed Forces will have no role in the election or in resolving a disputed vote count. So many Russians believe the poisoning of that country's leader of the opposition to President Vladimir Putin was an assassination attempt. Leonid Volkov's believes someone working for the Kremlin on behalf of Putin did the D as off now. We don't have a proof that Putin orders. If so, it might be some of the government agencies but the level of organization the, uh, the The poisons of the used. It's not something you can buy and a pharmacy in Maryland deputy director of Governor Larry Hogan's Community Initiatives office has been sacked. Because of social media posts making light of the fatal shootings of protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Arthur Mac love the fourth posted support for the 17 year old charged with killing protesters with an A R 15. Now what's trending on W B a p and w dot com It's 10 02. I'm Steve. Coming at the V A. 24 7 News desk. Dallas County has reached 900 total deaths from covert 19 as it reported to new deaths and 434 additional cases today. That count brings the total in the county to 70,810, which is the second highest in the state behind Harris County in Tarrant County 237 cases were reported today. Medstar Mobile Healthcare in Fort Worth has seen a spike in heat related calls following record breaking temperatures. Today's temperatures reached 106 not only making it the hottest day of 2020 but also breaking a 69 year old record. Today also marks the ninth day of the year with triple digit temperatures. Professional sports of many kinds have taken time off to Maurine The shooting 10 Times of Jacob Blake by a policeman in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and recent protests from professional athletes on their leagues air, prompting some Americans to boycott the product. Here's W B Ape's Clayton Nevil the N B A NHL WN BA in some major league Baseball teams postponed games this week in protest over social injustice. While the movement is being praised by some Others agitated, believing politics has no place in sports. I've been done with these guys I had forbidden in most leagues and teams have voiced support for players using their platform to promote change. Clayton Nevel Dallas The Rangers are back on the field today against the Dodgers, losing to L. A 74. The Mavericks resume their playoff series against.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"For armed civilians to come to Kenosha. Zuckerberg remove the page after two people were killed. Another wounded in the 17 year old suspected shooter was taken into custody for Hurricane Laura has receded. Cleanup has begun, and correspondent Gary Tuchman reports President Trump visited Lake Charles, Louisiana to survey the damage President also went to a relief distribution center. Where they're sending water and food out to people who need it. People right now already are getting very desperate because it is very hot outside. Right now it's 90 degrees The humidities at 66% the category four Hurricane killed at least 15. People hit Louisiana with 150 mile per hour winds. I'm Evan Hannah. If you're dreaming of your full projects, bring them on. Close. Not only has what you need to complete your Tu deus, but we can help with getting that solid eight hours sleeping so you'll be refreshed and ready to go check out mattresses from certain and tough to needle at prices that won't keep you up at night, including Labor Day deals like up to $300 off a sort of tenants, hybrid mattress and 10% off a tough needle original mattress order online or via the lows happened, They'll conveniently arrive in a box making set up easy to see. You know, miss bedtime. Offer's valid for 97 selection varies by location. US. ONLY J. Foreigner here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter, most mortgage rates are near historic lows. So now is a great time to call 8338 Rocket. And if you need some extra money, Akash out refinance could give you that financial boost Your looking for call today at 8338 rocket or a rocket.
Death toll up to 15 for Hurricane Laura
"Death toll from Hurricane Laura has climbed to at least 15. Correspondent Gary Tuchman isn't hard Head Lake Charles Louisiana love in this state three in Texas, but frankly, it's a lot lower than we could have expected. And that's because We've been here for several days. People took this very seriously. Not everyone wanted to evacuate. A lot of people are scared to evacuate because of Cove, and they were afraid to be with lots of other people to leave their homes. But everyone took it seriously. No. One with wandering around in the 25 years before people went into their homes in the safest place is in their homes that could go to war They evacuated and that's why the death toll has 15 and hopefully it won't go much higher than that.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The correct car seat. More info. It's safercar dot gov slash the right seat, a message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. What was it really like in Lake Charles, Louisiana. When Hurricane Laura came ashore, we will find out coming up in our newscast. When we check in with another meteorologist. He was their right and out. The storms will also be talking with the woman. We talked with very early this morning when I was still very dark in Beaumont, Texas, Beaumont, Port Arthur and Houston. Apparently dodging the proverbial bullet. It is eight o'clock. Dallas c S FM HD to work LF dot com cumulus stations. Special report with 150 mile per hour winds. Laura made landfall early this morning near Cameron, Louisiana. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the hurricane remains. That's right. He'll have hurricane force winds, the latest update that we have 100 miles an hour so Even well inland as you move northward way have the movement even a hurricane, even towards Shreveport. Look at this Fetzer moisture that goes all the way back to Corpus Christi. So as long as we're moving in that direction, these bands of rain continue to flow in the same area. So this is an ongoing eventually still going to see areas with tropical rains and flooding and even tornadoes in some of these bands. Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards moments ago, saying it's still on safe to survey the damage by air. We know that it's going to be extensive. This was an extremely powerful storm, the storm expected to remain a hurricane, even as it moves from Louisiana into Arkansas. I'm Mike Moss. Correspondent Gary Tuchman says the storm was terrifying for the residents of Lake Charles. Some of the devastation we're saying this right outside right now, I've been covering hurricane since the 19 eighties. And this one has been uniquely frightening for part of the hurricane. I was on the 12th floor of a hotel. And at times it felt like being in the house that Dorsey Gail was in at the beginning of the Wizard of Oz. You felt like it was going to fly away Corresponded Martin Savages in Lake Charles. This area like Charles has been hammered like this now for hour after hour after hour. We're actually not out in the storm. It's not possible on the windward side to even try to stand upright. The wind is still too fears were inside. What is a heavily reinforced cement parking deck. But even in here There is destruction and damage. Wind and rain still blowing too hard to survey damage. I'm like moss. Timeshare owners looking for a safe and your time Showmanship. Be careful. Every year. Timeshare owners lose millions of dollars by hiring the wrong exit company. I'm Gordon Newton,.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Turn to what's been seen. In Portland Oregon the last few while city officials say peaceful protests in the wake of the George Floyd. Killing are the norm there is nevertheless or have been nevertheless violent confrontations, some of it, involving federal officers, and there was intense criticism of their tactics. Videos show DHS personnel arresting protesters putting them in unmarked. SUV's in win of one video to masks, camouflage individuals. They have police badges on their chests and hard to read patches on their arms or seeing. Officials today defended both action, saying that unmarked vehicles are common for law enforcement at the names on uniforms or remove to prevent dachshund. Police personal information onto the Internet of the officers J.. The Acting Head of Chad Wolf, also defended his department's response by criticizing Portland's city officials. These individuals congregate in the same area night after night. We see them planning their attacks. And yet the city of Portland takes little to no action to stop or dispersed this crowd. Joining me now is Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler. You just heard the acting. D. H. S. secretary. Criticize your quote lack of action. What's your response? Well my responses. He really doesn't understand the context and he doesn't seem to understand that. It's the presence of the federal officers the way they came into the city the way they have. Trampled over the Constitution the way they've pulled people in vans the way they have fired munitions at nonviolent demonstrators in one case nearly killing somebody the way they've trampled over the requirement for probable cause. This is what is making portlanders so angry right now. Things were actually fairly calm before the federal government derived in town, and now they've significantly escalated. What was already very tense situation? They've made things much worse and we've been saying from the beginning. Look, we don't want you here. We don't need you here and you we. We want you to go home before somebody gets killed. That's what we're concerned about. Look, there's been a lot of focus on mark vehicles and uniforms and I think that actually glosses over what is a much more serious legal constitutional issue, which is if federal officers are protecting federal buildings on federal property. That's one thing, and that's most probably quite legal, if they are making arrests for crimes, just crimes or violence that aren't on federal property or don't involve federal buildings. That's legally dubious at best, so is that happening? That's absolutely happened. When they first here, we said look. We understand you. WanNa protect your facility. Keep your folks inside, but they didn't do that. Actually went out onto the streets. They engaged demonstrators in many cases documented situations where they engaged nonviolent demonstrations. Demonstrators, and that really does get into murky legal ground, and that's why the US attorney in Oregon has called for an investigation, and that's why our state attorney general is called for investigation and we at the city of Portland. Evaluating our legal options. So the acting secretary of DHS, he called on the city to de. Escalate and try to find a peaceful outcome. I think with the federal officers when we see the videos of how the. Agents are working also in some cases federal marshalls. How does this de escalate the situation? It doesn't deescalate. The situation at all. In fact is well documented before they got here, the energy was really going out of the late night protests. We received smaller crowds. We were seeing less vandalism. We're seeing much less violence and all of us expected that it was going to go wet contained. We're using deescalation strategies. You're engaged in limited arrests of people who are engaged in legal activity. That's modern policing, and then these guys came in like A. A bulldozer and what it did was re-energized Portlanders, it brought people back into the streets, and now here we are in the middle of a pandemic that their boss doesn't even seem to take very seriously, and we've got thousands of people back on the streets streets. This is a disaster, but it's a disaster. The administration zone make I got ten seconds less. There is violence in there is disruption. What's your message to the people on the street tonight? My messages you've been heard. Thank you for calling out the administration for what it's doing. It's unconstitutional. It's an affront to democracy, but let's stay safe, and let's remember. We're in the midst of a pandemic. It's time to end it. Mayor Ted Wheeler from Portland. Oregon thanks very much for being with us. Thank you all right. Let's check in with Chris to see what he's working on for. Poppy Hour I have not been this close to you. In months I can feel the electricity. I just walked past you one-cell over. These little. Little fools row that they have a setup and I. It's good to see jp and I appreciate you sitting in for Cooper and listen I think that. This is a no brainer what's happening Portland about politics. It's not about law, and it's not about proper policing, and we can Kuching Nellie on tonight. WHO's a heavyweight for the trump administration over? We'll have the conversation with him about why it's okay I on no other level. Where's that same urgency about taking on the pandemic here you have states not asking for help are giving it anyway because you think it's the right thing with the pandemic, you have states asking for help and the president isn't offering now. Maybe that change today I know everybody is saying well. He deserves a pat on the back for owning part of the obvious. It's not the bar here. His job is to find a way to make it better. Where's the plan and we will go through how they're not even counting what matters at the federal level and it has to change. We will see you in a few minutes. Great to see to be this close to you at least. Ahead, we're going to honor another victim of the pandemic and a member of three sixties extended family. Tonight, as we try to do every night, we want to remember some of the lives that have been lost during this pandemic. One of the victims hits particularly. Sixty. It's the father-in-law of our own Gary Tuchman. His wife Kathy and her family laid their father to rest today. His name was bill. Stark bill was a chief engineer with the US Merchant Marine, and also served as a lieutenant in the US Navy his family says for his entire life up until the years before he died, he would talk about his adventures at sea and spend hours looking through a spy glass at ships on the water, wondering where they were headed. After bill left the navy. He met and married Rosemary Matthews. They went on to have four children together. He later married again to marry in King in between them. They had nine grandchildren whom they loved deeply. He was known as a good man to his core with a wicked sense of humor. He loved to tell stories love cars, according to Gary Bills Legacies one of joy happiness, beautiful smiles in love for his family and friends. Bill Stark was ninety two years old. His family.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Just broke its single day record more than forty six hundred new cases there on Saturday that secret White House Task Force report which leaked last week puts Georgia in a so-called red zone for cases and test, positively assigned that it should rollback reopening the on the numbers and the inexplicable political fight. The now sees Georgia's governor suing Atlanta's mayor for requiring masks. There are actual lives at stake. Gary Tuchman got extraordinary access to the battle at one Georgia hospital where the virus is showing its fury once more. Was Donna thank you. She is not doing well a female cove patient being transferred from her room to the intensive care unit at the northeast. Georgia Medical Centre in Gainesville Georgia a state where Cova deaths have nearly doubled since earlier this month. It's exhausting. It's it has pushed me to my limits. It has shown me that I'm a lot stronger than I thought I was. Pristina. habeen is an rn at this hospital, which isn't a part of Georgia. That was a hot, so and early on in the Cova crisis, but number started dropping. The state started reopening. Leading experts. Say to what's happening now just when you think that. We might be getting ahead of this thing. It's GonNa. Come back, and and we're starting all over again. This used to be a corridor for regular hospital inpatients. It has now been transformed into an additional intensive care unit just for covert patients. Dr Steven Morgan is treating many of them. I have to admit I thought we were probably into clear. You know I think a lot of us did. Dr Morgan says the rising Cova numbers make the job more difficult, more fatiguing. Third. He checks on a middle aged patient and his gratified by his progress. Real strong guy got started out of room. Disappear came to the to the hospital. But it's very different. Feeling is registered nurse. Haven walks into this room. This man is being treated, especially designated Kovin unit. This is not the ICU, but there is worry that he might end up going.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"AC three sixty. All right something to smile about tonight, but one hundred and two year old. New Hampshire woman can definitely be called a survivor. She beat the nine thousand nine hundred thousand flu cancer, and now the corona virus. Here's Gary Tuchman with her story. We headed to New Hampshire to meet this remarkable woman who just recovered from the corona virus. Do you feel lucky today? Feel. Like? I never had any real problems in my life everything. Seemed, wall play. An incredible attitude, considering all that has happened in the life of one hundred two year old Jerry Chapelle. Julius Chapelle daughter when her mother was a baby a little over one hundred one years ago, he had the what we call the Spanish flu which was. A huge pandemic during the first World War. That's right Jerry Chapelle family says she survived the influenza pandemic in the early twentieth century, and a Corona virus in the early twenty first century. Back in one thousand, nine, hundred nine little jerry, her mother were both seriously ill, and the doctor told her father. They're both going. To die prepare yourself. But that's my medical opinion. But daughter and mother survived Jerry went to college, got a bachelors and Masters became a teacher and got married right after World War Two. Her husband died almost four decades ago, but they had two children, and there are now three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. After Jerry retired, she had breast, cancer and colon cancer and she beat both. Can I call you, Jerry. It's delightful the me, too. Thank you. How are you feeling? Wonderful. You're an amazing woman. Lie I'M GONNA. Tell you what your modest, but you had and one hundred one years ago. You in Spanish blue. And you survive twice. Your woman! Jerry is a resident of the senior living community in Nashville for several years now. On this day, her daughter came to pay a visit. Social distancing asks still required. Are you? God. Yes. We have to keep the mask gun. Yes, do recognize the top. You should I stole it from you. Don't think of getting a back. The employees senior community were upset and sadden when Jerry tested positive for the corona virus, but when they told her the diagnosis, she had an incredible attitude and she you know took every day and said. I guess I'm sick. There told me I'm sick, but I'm not sick. But like the Spanish flu and the two bouts of cancer one hundred two year old. Jerry Chapelle managed to fend off the corona virus as well. Thank you for letting us meet you. Thank you. Gary Tuchman C. N.. N. Nashua New Hampshire. Good for her for her family. We wish her all the best. Coming up next more details on how president trump plans to stoke the culture wars in his speech tonight at Mount Rushmore look at the crowds there, no social distancing..
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"A lot of bad press and so I thought. There's lots of books about verge of this hardly any about his penske, so and he was a hero, so I wanted to like okay. Tell Her story and it's not a hagiography. I mean you know I. Tried to bring out places where I think he was wrong, and it's very very sad that he wound up. Drinking himself to death. Again I. Like that I think in some ways I might be a frustrated novelist, but I can't make this up. I can't make this stuff up but I'd like the lives of these people, and you see the ideas and action. You know. They had these ideas, but their life was. An engagement with these ideas, so it's kind of living philosophy. The armchair philosophers mystics. Steiner's the same way and. The other ones and Then once you do one of those and you know. I forget who said it, but somebody who said like when she won. Both you write another, and then another you just kind of get. Used to doing it and. Came actually the way I was making a living. Know. Living in advanced advanced, doing lots of talks, writing articles or to journalism I was doing reviewing. Not for some time, but I was doing it a lot so. It just turned into something that I always wanted to do it so here I am. We will love course. Come back in a few minutes to talk more to Gary Tuchman about his life, his background his ideas, and then of course also talk about his new book to return of Holy Russia, and in the meantime while we are taking the break. We're going to listen to Wendy rule again. Wendy has released her latest CD in February two, hundred nineteen. It is called. Pacific I think it's a very special style very different from what we know from her before. And Second Song that we are to hear now is called. Hollow, so.
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"SAUCE HERMES DOT com. That is H. O.. T. H. E. R. S. S. DOT COM and of course on the culture side. That link will also be in the show notes on thought. Hermes okay kidding next round now. Also we'll speak to the income parable Gary Tuchman. He like a couple of others. You hearing this episode. God has already been in the preview of Culture Berlin here on attorneys. And this time Gary tells us a bit more about to stalk in Berlin cultism and politics in the age of trump the new sought movement and positive thinking as well as chaos magic. Where part of the talk and Gary gives us a nice idea about those topics and also about reality TV or is lost next? Guest also has his opinion on Cao's magic and on positive thinking and he gives us a nice implementary approach to that question. It is Argon Fun. Trillion German artists and vegetation whose Berlin talk was titled. How how to make the universe to what you want interesting question indeed and you know what his final point is sit down? Shut up and meditate. Well we take him up on that and have him followed followed by a wonderful exerpt from a life performed chanting meditation. Bhai Full Par Moscow based group in the shamanic any tradition been at. Its best over to you and Gary Lachman Hi.
'Strong possibility' Dayton shooter cased out bar in advance, police say
"Let's begin with c. n. N.'s gary tuchman gary a urine dayton police police tonight went into extraordinary detail about the shooter's movements that you learn well. That's right well. The surveillance video is dramatic matic. It's sickening. It's upsetting and it tells you quite a bit what we know right now. This wasn't any spur of the moment killing. This was well planned out and what we seeing. The video is the actual time when this gunman fires the shots and one oh five a._m. Last sunday morning he started firing shots. We see it all thirty two seconds later. He is shot dead by brave policemen. There was lots more that happened before that we see about two hours worth of video and the police officers were here today in dayton city hall all told us more about that he goes in the net. He's there for about thirty minutes. Shooter action comes out peppers and watch right in front of that please. He's aware of where they were now. It's traveling eastbound and you'll see the has. The backpack on sleaze in the backpack is weighted down. It's not empty and there he goes and we know that he's been firing off for second because just passes. Rela is the cocco stand on history. That's where i three fatalities occur one of them's sister third per- gunfire and you'll see on the right hand side the path of officer office approximate so he's engaging right now shooter by about right here and it's going to end right here. He was with his sister and the companion the bar when they first got to the very busy street here the entertainment district of dayton ohio eleven o five p._m. But when he carried out these killings he was not with them. Police say they do not know and they may never know if he intentionally killed his sister and the companion a very important thing we want to tell you wolf at this point is that there is no indication whatsoever that he was with an accomplice in all all these snippets of video when he's going to change his clothes when he gets his rifle when he start shooting his all by himself. There's no accomplished their did police gary <hes> reveal reveal anything more about a possible motive. I asked that question very specifically and they say not only do they not know the motive they. They may never know a motive however they do know his mindset. They say that they learned a lot from what they saw. On his computer sooners writings they say he was obsessed with violence and that the expressed a desire to carry out a mass killing so that's his mindset they know that but they may never know the exact motivation of why he did what he did where he did very reductive in dayton for a saw. Thanks for that
"gary tuchman" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And that's what I'm trying to clear up because I, I can just tell some idiot's going to be listening and saying, oh, look, Chris Cabrera city, waterboarded a child that big, you know what I mean? Because they're so great at twisting words. Yep. Yep. So, so I mean. i wonder what happened did anybody ever talked to ever find out from the mom probably not as to why she came here was it legitimate i mean because it to me it's extremely responsible to bring your twenty month old across several countries and put them through that stuff i mean you do it here in america you get arrested right right and people need to do something we need to we need to ask our elected officials to do something you know and and they put some of these supplement bills that they're trying to push out there where it gives money in the wrong spots you know there's there's a bill that just came out and i think you're trying to push yeah there's it's it's it's a bill that just came out and they're they're trying to push one hundred twelve million this is the g._o._p. budget right then it's going to go by committee and it's the new to the full senate is going to the house and they're going to actually vote who knows what it'll look like one hundred twelve million for migrant medical care and consumables including close baby formula hygiene products other essentials forty five million for detaining medical care they also they also have it in here to where I mean there's four it's four and a half billion dollars. Right. Which, but billion for the wall, by the way. But no looks even even let's just put the wall aside, for a second and think about this. There's no funding to help out ice now with providing detention beds. There's no more. No more. Yeah. There's, there's nothing to, to provide funds for more adequate processing and screening by border patrol agents. You know, there's, there's none of that we're hiring extra agents asylum officers, no changes in policies. So what you're doing with this, the bottom line. This is what I'm seeing that they're doing. Right. They're, they're passing a Bill to continue using taxpayer money in something that's going to help more of the open borders crowd. And at the same time enrich, the cartels and watched the immigration system, collapse. That's what you're doing. And that's what these Republicans did. I mean, it's just Martha frustrations than cinema. Oh, yeah. We'll see what they do about. I it's. After hearing these stories and the people that can actually do something about this, which lawmakers they can actually go back and pass a Bill like Trump says, fifteen minutes fifteen minutes, it could be done. And the fact that they literally ignore it, because it's politics to them. You it's freaking lives, and it cost taxpayers money. And you guys hell we still have to go to the terrorists. I mean, honestly, it it is every single one of these, I would say, almost every single member of congress from both parties. She gets thrown out. I mean they literally get thrown out. They are just horrible human beings. They just let this go. Here's a few good ones, but besides that it pieces of garbage, it'd be nice to talk to them, and find out exactly what's going on, because I it is frustrating. You know, you hear the catch words like it's a crisis. It's an emergency. I think the last one that they said it's a super emergency or special crisis. I don't know what the word is. But it's like they keep on adding these words about it. We got to do something about it never do anything about it, and then hiring, that's another. It's. Huge you know we're failing to hire a lot of these agents in a lot of it is the polygraph. I've run into a couple guys. Now, you know, driving around and taking some of the guys that came in from Texas, we've been going. I've been showing them different areas in Tucson, and we run into people, and they said, well, you guys I explained who we are. And we always get a couple that say, oh, you know, I'm going through the process. I'm supposed to take my test next week where I'm supposed to do this and it's frustrating, and I'm and I'm looking at the man, I hope you make it in the back of my mind. I'm thinking you got this, you know, putting graph test that I'm still going to say it. I'll say I'm blue in the face. It's, it's a rig polygraph eight ten hours, you might as well board a person, and, you know, eight hours of answering questions. Yeah. It's eight to ten hours in. We have between Chris myself. We have hundreds of horror stories from people that have send it to us on what goes on during this polygraph testing. So you tend to think okay, they, they want to say we want to hire more agents, but you've got to go through hoops. And then when we. We put up the question and say, this is the problem. They'll turn around and say, well, it's putting graft us. Don't you want to hire the best? Yes. Scientific, no. And I want to put that on frigging members of congress that Samten fail it and it's not a it's people don't people don't understand that. A potty graph is not a lie detector test, the common word to describe what's a lie detector test. It's not scientifically proven. You cannot even use the potty doesn't court. It's garbage. I got more to get with you guys. Chris Cabrera Arto Cueto. You guys are gonna stick with me for a little bit longer. We got into the terrorists aspect of things I'm just curious. I'll tell you the story and we have we have much more to talk about this. Please stay where you are national border patrol council. These border agents, they're meeting right here in Tucson can't say where because I want to deal with any issues. I mean, after the story about this saving I can you imagine all these guys they talking about really quickly. They talk about what happened to the U of A. How have we talked these guys here? I mean it happened at the U of you guys been called murder patrol and nobody did the Tucson sector. Boston say a damn thing about. Oh, yeah. Not saying nobody said a damn thing about it except for you. And then that, that piece of crap that runs the U avai Bob Robbins. Dan, glad to meet you. They all need to get candy called you murder patrol after all these stories at Christmas. You know, you guys should go out there and just do your own damn protests that you bring the hundreds of totally go do that. We're close on telling you. The morning ritual. With Garrett Lewis. All right, CBD products, you hear about this, any might be thinking, Gary Tuchman C D products, we've all you want me to get started. There's no, you're not gonna get stoned. There is no THC in CBD. Well, what does it do? Listen, I had the same questions. That's why I went to your CBD store two locations right here Tucson, I went there because I, I work out. I get sore the older you get. It's amazing. How more sore you get? And I did want to just deal with it. I wake up the next morning at working on my shoulders, my arms my legs. It's I'm like this stinks and I didn't want to have to take any appropriate or so I went to the store, and I said, what can you do to help me? And they said, we have this cream. We have this bomb try it. And they let me try it and I waited just literally about five minutes. No more than ten and I could feel the difference. I'm like, oh, my I can actually move. I can actually move. I feel okay your CBD store has phenomenal products. Don't think every CBD product is the same the after get the right stuff..
"gary tuchman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Enter tonight, the three assists was also plus three. Got wanna go home is the question of Tyson berry shot the pocket lucid center. Thanking back. The the planes are off-side is why win home can get back speed on his knees floats into the Parsi owner there was about six potties that came together in the neutral zone. And the planes were imprisoned before the puck that is the definition of off sides. And so the faceoff will be in the neutral zone. Is God will take it again. Other McKinnon and Alexander Kerpen ice some berry Nikitas adore on demand. Just underway here in the second be loan Calgary. Flames goal being five and a half seconds left in the first period. Usually the golden rule is last five at worst. Last two minutes carried open. She to go astern the puck over here for a moment picked up my berry berry poetry down ice comedy appetite. Ubt? Jay Brody collected Senate up four Michael Backman faith, by the door shut his department or here. I'm an ex Chuck centering feed skates, and it's loose. Chuck gets it back in the corner goes around Gary Tuchman next on the hand now on the path to the point get Brody now Donald RIC route it's typically hind wires gonna roll all the way out. The Oregon seemed to be potted up as well. As it takes its way to the speakers. Event. The organ player here based salad. The ambulance is shot does missing by lunch. All the way out towards zone down by Johnny grow taken away with a long reach should meet the ranch in its door gets the corner. The glaucoma change ams. We'll go wholesale and have been behind his own Netflix going left to right here in the second period. Or wall fan Bennett. Happy assist. Johnny B throughout imitators third. Great way the game throws so far on breakaways trying to get fuck out. Go reaching four lines. Fires next. Last dead. And really stocked as cowboy will bring it up and out to the Amazon gift around his men Calvert center feed office, all the way back to the avalanche territory. Conscious. Look over shoulder. Garrick Wadden forthcoming. Could be one key and take away. Absolutely floppy to begin the secondary Hathaway will have hit on Aaron Johnson pathway takes away. Throw the toy our he'll say, he's no rebound to be found. Seventeen thirty seven to go in the second team. At the avalanche..
"gary tuchman" Discussed on WTVN
"And we are back with Gary Tuchman editor of UFO, truth magazine, and you wear a lot of hats. Among them is screenwriter. How did capable green come about? I'm cleaning out the blue, and I got a phone call from what turned out to be directed on Johnson who basically told maybe that Trump's meeting with lobby load while she was walking with his daughter around the US all trail in the forest, which is pretty amazing because a lot of well and leaves two hundred miles away from and have been very very slim. Knowing these was vaguely aware of the story recognizing approached him. And vastly said, I'm a bench. So I just wanna say Hello, many Sibley said you do a little the camera. Video camera. And then he basically said that I'd like to make a documentary with you, and I think was taken aback a bit. And as a result lot. He said, well, maybe she comes. So that's how we run me. No, I'm thinking that the guy who had never met before never heard of we see in find him to make the documentary like TV, usually stop. And he explained to me. What was and I said, well, you out eleven there's a pretty strong navy campaign trying to discredit semester moments. And he said, I know some of it, and I said, well if I was trying to get funded. I would say polygraph test on the first. And then I think you'll get you find to tonight, you I thought when you see that program. So anyway. Know any polygraph examiners use the say about degrees? Cleese talk committing time. He's not used widely in the UK in private practice. And basically he went away two weeks later and said I got somebody's gonna do. Do you want to get involved in that process cost tens out because they got lady posse music? Data using Merican anglophile living in London. And basically, she's Britain's most. Experience polygraph examiners. She's the. Secretary chairwoman of the bitchy association polygraph examiners and she's been over two thousand tests. She's worked with the US British police, she's private practice. And so she's very eminently qualified and she was doing it for free because he was something different. And I said, okay, I'll come down never been polygraph. I'm to talk to us. And basically as you well know when you do film shoots it can set for hours to get become a may. I do was that long was going to be filmed cameras at during the actual test by five remote coming. So that took a lot of setup. So we had a lot of time or just. Obviously Chatswood or whatever in the phone, Chris. And eventually got to the stage where she said why everybody's got to leave the house and while we do the test. So we all went outside. Went into. About fifty minutes left. And we got a phone call. You can combine and the long shots was he possibly possibly flying colors dot will be revealed in the film. So that gives you the Prentice. He's incident in the field of the cut. And so then turned out. The only live independent he wants his neck independent film. And he said would you be leader set in Colorado? And I said, yes. And I'd say I was very excited by the opportunity to do. So because many TV documentaries if TV's TV companies putting up the money for the documentary. They always have their own bias. Final show will look generally takes us. All good. Good information. Probably still in the first twenty minutes, then it will go into a middle segment of the general history of US laws, and then the final days, the sketchy come on that and the pill, and I know lies when they started. Well, I being independent and with this been such fantastic. It gives me the opportunity to present more information to the public as a as being short TV documentary today, and I will do that is my pledge to your audience to anyone who's listening. They will be more fun trivial about the history of rental show new old facts, we discover new things doing the cost of this eighteen months. Oh, five still to release. Probably so probably May June time this year. We've over fifteen of us, a must've project began very small, and then just kind of like snowballed and because. That's what's causing the delay. But it will reveal. And this is my pledge on to anyone. But he's going to reveal more fun. And if you think about why I am dude..
"gary tuchman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Covered. Right. I mean, that's that's a good plan. I don't know what the hell out of me. I'll probably end up with Garrett. Take care of me. Gary Tuchman adopted kid now adopted a better start on that addition there. Hey, you know, what that's fine with me. Where's my allowance? Here's your allowance humor could here. That's about the same. As what you would get. If I was you really your dad. Oh, man. What have to get adopted by the cheap, dad? Speaking of opium. And then we'll get into this stuff going on today. I'll get into. But I mentioned off forget about it. So I don't know. What happens? I mean. Look, we're in south Florida. This is kind of where everybody ends up, you know, when they retire. We know the whole story, but I don't know what happens with old men in particular old people in general, but I get it. Look, I get it. You get to a certain age, and you just cranky. And you're not feeling. Well, you don't look like you used to you. See what's coming next the next big event heading your way, so good one just trying to make it to the next day. But you have to be just a complete and total a hole to people. You don't really have to be that way. If you know what? I mean. I think there's some people feel like I've earned that that. Right. And I don't believe that's true. But it's mostly men at the deli counter right public some I'm trying to get some stuff. I'm standing there, but standard like ten minutes waiting. And so I'm the next in line this happens today. And so there's this guy just tennis centers up. And he's gotta be I dunno eighty whatever. And she's a next in line. He goes. All right. The excuse me. She's real I've been standing here with ten minutes. No. You haven't you haven't. I was here. And then I went to get to the produce. No, no. I said, I would have seen you believe me. You know, I've been standing here. I said if it's really that important to you. You know, you go ahead. Go ahead. And. Say thank you. Right. Yeah. Just kind of like. And. Do you know? But then on the other hand that I was at the beach this weekend. And I'm standing at the top of some steps read, we get to the beach, and there's an old woman walking with what appears to be to over sons essential grown, like probably the thirties and forties or something like that. And she was barely making it a pa- steps. Each step was was a fight. You know? I mean, it took like ten seconds to get from one step to next and I just stood there as a bit. I stood there. And I was kinda I was kinda moved by the sons were not helping it. But they were standing with her. And every time a step. She looked up at me. And she was in my way, or like, you know, she's in the way you need your music for this. True. No, actually, actually my so. Six steps you looks up something and she probably looking at me for a little bit of encouragement. So I'm giving it a thumbs up. Oh, jeez. I like doing. All right. You're doing good. You're doing good. And then I so now I'm invested in this whole scene. The kids to they're they're they're they're helping. But but she's looking at me. Because I I guess I'm at the top of the mountain for her. You know what I mean? It's like if I can get to this guy, I've made it through this climbing Mount Everest. So she gets to somebody get the thumbs up. You're almost there. You're always there, and she she gets the top. And I said, you know, the top step, and I said, wait a go. Good job. Good effort. Wow. Right. And she looks at me. She was like she was like, thank you very much for the support. And I was like, okay. You're welcome. Don't worry about it. I I get exhausted coming up in Dallas, that's too. She just looked so sweet. You know what I mean? Very very thankful. You know, what I mean that in the two the two sons, and as as the sons relieving, the one guy says it goes, thank you. Nice. Nice. So maybe you just old men who become Dick's sometimes. But but an old woman just climbing the steps is a big thing. And then she's she's sweet she says thank you for the support. And and you know, it was nice. I don't know, man. I just hope I don't get like that. I just hope I like when I get old like, I just don't don't worry, dad. I'll take..
"gary tuchman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Heroes. Rick their heroes. He went to the Jim Acosta school of just being totally obnoxious. Yes. Well, there's also some sound of Don lemon. He he loves to drink during New Year's Eve. So here's some Don. Lemon and Brooke Baldwin. Junior high. Drive a talk to your parents alike. I got a great every year. I see. Yeah. I think there's Michelle. Recent. Right here. Right there. Oh my gosh. Michelle anyway. Yes. Are you serious? But you know, who I never dated. Because he's married with a kid. Gary tuchman? That's what I'd never dated..
House Intelligence Committee Ends Russian Probe: “No Evidence Of Collusion”
"Open the case of oh skills no collusion says house gop pennsylvania special election i'm evan haning the house intelligence committee says its investigation is over republicans on the house intelligence committee abruptly ending their russia probe without telling democrats announcing that they have found no evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and russia to say the two thousand sixteen election correspondent abbie philip congressman adam schiff the committee's top democrat disagrees with the republicans conclusion but says he's not surprised by their decision to end the probe the fundamental problem from the beginning was that my colleagues view their job is protecting their client the president rather than getting to the truth and and i think that's a grave disservice to the country the polls are open in western pennsylvania voters will choose between republican rick saccone and democrat connor land in a race it's being watched for clues to november's midterm elections correspondent gary tuchman but consensus seems to be there will be a robust turn out not only because of all the attention but because of the special elections over the past few months where there have been big turnouts which have seemed to have benefited the.