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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"Public schools and government agencies will remain closed today. President Biden already declared a state of emergency for the U.S. territory. They shall say it could take days to restore power. Meantime, a rescue team out of Maryland will be helping with the recovery in Puerto Rico. The team of 35 is made up of highly trained professionals, including doctors and structural engineers. Our main mission is to go out to disaster areas. Joe keefer is the task force leader overseeing the Maryland task force one urban search and rescue team under fema. They're out of Montgomery county but have folks from across the state on the team. He says once they touch down in Puerto Rico, the plan is to get right to work. Folks that need rescued that are entrapped in water or in buildings that might be partially collapsed. Kiefer says most of their deployments are ten to 14 days, the plan is to stay on the ground until their work is done. They train for this. They've all been in a good state of mind. They're ready to go to work and ready to go help. Melissa, Howell, WTO, news. WTO pen used time three 42, the intelligence community is awash in data and is looking for talent to make sense of it. Here's federal news network story heckman. The intelligence community analyzing more data than ever before is looking to build out its workforce to keep up with emerging threats. National Security Agency deputy director George Barnes says the agency is looking to make 2000 new hires before the end of this year and is setting an even higher goal for hiring next year, but Barnes says NSA will need to keep up with the shifting demands of workers with critically needed skills. The workforce the future has many choices and one of the things we're confronting is the fact that people don't want to wait to go through the clearance process. Federal news network, the debacle in Detroit will talk commander's football next. It's three 43. On FanDuel sportsbook, you can combine player or game props with other bets from the same game to score an even bigger payout. It's perfect for Monday Night Football and we've got two games tonight, but my focus is on the eagles home opener in Philadelphia. For my same game, parlay, I like the eagles on the money line Combined with the over on the rushing yards prop for Jalen hurts. There's

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"Now to Ukraine Saturday morning after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government and military in Ukraine, many intelligence officials around the world are watching for signs of some kind of retaliation here. National security correspondent JJ green sat down this week with 6 leaders. From U.S. intelligence to discuss where the war is. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That colored their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at incessant intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again being embarrassed on the world stage, the answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet. JJ in Ukraine more evidence of war crimes gets discovered seemingly by the day this time dozens, if not hundreds of bodies are being found in shallow graves near the city of izium. What specifically makes these deaths undoubtedly war crimes? Well, Sean, the victims all appear to die of violent death, whether it was executions by guns or artillery fire. There are many examples of people's hands being bound behind them, their feet. They're extreme examples, and I hate to say this, but should warn you, it gets a little graphic here, but the situations where people's limbs were separated from their bodies. It's really, really clear that torture was going on. In fact, there appears to be at least some anecdotal evidence that there was so called torture centers in izium and a number of different ways and methods of torture with practice. The UN human rights office is planning to send a team there to investigate all of this. But the latest of the war between the Ukraine and Russia that's double TOP national security correspondent JJ green and the conversation with Hillary and Shawn, you are

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"Thanks for spending the early part of it with us at WTO P, where the time this morning is not one 12. Now to Ukraine Saturday morning after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government, military in Ukraine, many intelligence officials around the world are watching for sides of some kind of retaliation here. National security correspondent JJ green sat down this week with 6 liters. From U.S. intelligence to discuss where the war is. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That color their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at incessant intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again being embarrassed on the world stage, the answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet. JJ in Ukraine more evidence of war crimes gets discovered seemingly by the day this time dozens, if not hundreds of bodies are being found in shallow graves near the city of izium. What specifically makes these deaths undoubtedly war crimes? Well, Sean, the victims all appeared to die of violent death, whether it was executions by guns or artillery fire. There are many examples of people's hands being bound behind them, their feet. They're extreme examples, and I hate to say this, but this should warn you, it gets a little graphic here, but the situations where people's limbs were separated from their bodies. It's really, really clear that torture was going on. In fact, there appears to be at least some anecdotal evidence that there was so called torture centers in izium and a number of different ways and methods of torture were practiced. The UN human rights officers planning to send a team there to investigate all of this. But the latest of the war between Ukraine and Russia national security correspondent JJ green and the conversation with Hillary and Shawn, you are listening. About O 3.5 FM at

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"Officials worldwide are watching for signs of some kind of retaliation after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government and military in the Ukraine or in Ukraine. National security correspondent JJ green sat down today with 6 leaders from U.S. intelligence to discuss the war. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That color their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at insa's intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again, being embarrassed on the world stage. The answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet, WTO's national security correspondent JJ green. President Biden met today with the relatives of two Americans who have been sentenced to long prison terms in Russia, WNBA star Brittany griner and former marine Paul Whelan. We have made a series offer. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says the effort to convince Russia to engage in a prisoner swap continues. But for the moment. They have not responded to our offer. For months, it's been speculated. The U.S. has offered to return convicted Russian arms dealer Victor boot to secure the release of Brittany griner and Paul Whelan, but The White House has refused to publicly confirm that. She be as news White House correspondent Steven portnoy. Today a judge in Richmond dismissed a lawsuit that was filed on behalf of 13 young people over the state's permitting of fossil fuel projects. The suit, which was filed by an Oregon based nonprofit law firm, asked the court to declare portions of the Virginia gas and oil act unconstitutional. It also sought to find the state's reliance on fossil fuels, violates the rights of the plaintiffs. They range in age from ten to 19, but the judge granted the state's request to dismiss the suit saying that the complaint is barred by sovereign immunity. It's a legal doctrine that says the state can not be sued without its content. It's consent. A decision by school leaders in what West Virginia university town is getting sharp criticism tonight. A directive by leaders of the Morgantown West Virginia school system to remove pride flags from classrooms. It is drawing complaints from students and organizations. The flags were removed because they went against an existing policy that prohibits student participation in political activities. Several students at Morgantown high school and several gay rights supporters have appealed the decision by the county school board Jim crisis. Money

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"You're listening to WTO P and E. Now 8 52 are glad you're here. Intelligence officials worldwide are watching for signs of some kind of retaliation after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government and military in Ukraine. National security correspondent JJ green sat down a bit earlier today with 6 leaders from U.S. intelligence to discuss that war. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That color their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at incessant intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again, being embarrassed on the world stage. The answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet, WTO's national security correspondent JJ green. President Biden met today with the relatives of two Americans who have been sentenced to long prison terms in Russia, WNBA star Brittany griner and former marine Paul Whelan. We have made a series offer. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says the effort to convince Russia to engage in a prisoner swap continues. But for the moment. They have not responded to our offer. For months, it's been speculated. The U.S. has offered to return convicted Russian arms dealer Victor boot to secure the release of Brittany griner and Paul Whelan, but The White House has refused to publicly confirm that. She be as news White House correspondent Stephen portnoy. Today, a judge in Richmond dismissed a lawsuit that was filed on behalf of 13 young people over the state's permitting of fossil fuel projects. The lawsuit, which was filed by an Oregon based nonprofit law firm, asked the court to declare portions of the Virginia gas and oil act unconstitutional. It also sought to find the state's reliance on fossil fuels violates the rights of the plaintiffs, who range in age from ten to 19 years old, but the judge granted the state's request to dismiss the suit saying that the complaint is barred by sovereign immunity. That's a legal doctrine that says the state can not be sued without its consent. A decision by school leaders in one West Virginia university town is being sharply criticized. A directive by leaders of the Morgantown West Virginia school system to remove pride flags from classrooms. It is drawing complaints from students and organizations. The flags were removed because they went against an existing policy that prohibits student participation in political activities. Several students at Morgantown high school and several gay rights supporters have appealed the decision by the county school board

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"75 in Germantown and in Dale checks in at 77, we are at 79 and DuPont circle in northwest D.C.. It's 6 40. Intelligence officials worldwide are watching for signs of some kind of retaliation after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government and military in Ukraine. WTO national security correspondent JJ green sat down with 6 leaders from U.S. Intel to talk about the war. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That color their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at insa's intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again being embarrassed on the world stage, the answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet. Our national security correspondent JJ green. Now to London, where people have been in line for hours to see Queen Elizabeth lying in state. That line has been so long that the British government estimates the weight is now more than 24 hours. CBS correspondent Steve futterman, who's in London, joined us a little earlier. He says, people are determined to give their final farewell to the queen. Nothing is stopping these people from joining the line, whether it's cold, it's going to be cold tonight, whether it's a 24 hour wait, they want to pay respects to the queen. They feel nothing like this will ever happen again. You'll never have a monarch served this long. In the next 20, 30, 50 years you may not have a queen again. And they want to pay respect to or almost everyone who's in line can not remember another monarch. She has been the only monarch they've ever known. So it's all these things put together. The weather is relatively mild. It's not raining. It may be cold, so all these things put together. I think bring out this very massive line of 5 miles. It might get even longer. Queens and Queen Elizabeth's funeral takes place on Monday. It's 6 43. There is time. There is time to discover what you like on FanDuel sports bar. This is Dave Johnson Sunday's coming. Time to download FanDuel sportsbook gap. And I'm sure you'll discover like, I did. There are so many player in game props. You could even be a full team to complete their first pass attempt. And what's cool is you can combine these props with other bets from the same game to score an even bigger payout. That's the same game parlay. Commanders and lions coming up, I'm going to take Jahan Dodson anytime touchdown, Carson Wentz the overrun passing yards and the commanders on the money line. Same game partly, just one of the reasons I bet with FanDuel is if use

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"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WTOP

"IBW local 26, where electrical contractors come to grow. Good afternoon, I'm Sean Anderson. I'm Hillary Howard Mike Jacques is our producer. Now to our top story, some of the migrants recently flown to Martha's Vineyard by Florida governor Ron DeSantis have been moved to a nearby military base in Massachusetts. Massachusetts governor Charlie baker says the migrants will be moved to the mainland on Cape Cod on a voluntary basis. He praised residents and officials on Martha's Vineyard for taking care of the nearly 50 migrants after their unexpected arrival Wednesday. But he said the island lacks the resources to house them long-term. At joint base Cape Cod, the migrants will be given dormitory style housing, food, and services, families will be given separate housing. Authorities have not said what will happen to any migrants who choose not to make the move to Cape Cod. Linda kenyon, CBS News, leading members of the Biden administration have been meeting this afternoon to figure out a response to the governor's actions. A deadline for avoiding a government shutdown is just two weeks away. Republicans charge Democrats aren't moving quickly enough on a short term spending bill and they don't have a plan to deal with border security. Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Members of the conservative house freedom caucus, including Virginia's bob good, say Democrats won't reign in spending and won't take the issue at the border seriously. Is there any limit to what they will spend? It's kind of like, is there any limit how many illegals they will bring across the border into our country? Some GOP lawmakers say they'll vote against a short term spending bill if Democrats fail to extend it into next year. When Republicans hope to have retaken the house. But Senate Democrats hope to vote on a continuing resolution to extend spending into December. Virginia senator Tim kaine. We're going to get a funding bill done. I would prefer to just be a clean CR. Let's just fund government. Without action, the government runs out of funding at the end of the month. On capital hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Four 34 after the latest embarrassment for Russia's government and military in Ukraine, many intelligence officials around the world are watching for signs of some kind of retaliation. WTO P national security correspondent JJ green sat down with 6 leaders from U.S. intelligence today to talk about the war and he joins us live with more JJ. They were looking for an occupation. George Barnes, deputy director of the National Security Agency says Russia expected to own Ukraine. That color their calculus with respect to the level of destruction because they expect it to actually roll in and operate. Barnes and the directors and deputies of the nation's other top intelligence agencies discuss the war at insa's intelligence and national security summit. The question now is when and how will Russia strike back after losing millions of dollars in weapons and many troops simply deserting thousands being killed in eastern Ukraine. And once again being embarrassed on the world stage, the answer at this point, according to those leaders, is that we will have to wait and see, because perhaps Russia doesn't even know itself yet, reporting live, JJ green, WTO pnew. JJ in Ukraine more evidence of war crimes gets discovered seemingly by the day this time dozens, if not hundreds of bodies are being found in shallow graves near the city of izium. What specifically makes these deaths undoubtedly war crimes? Well, Sean, they all appeared the victims all appeared to die of violent death, whether it was executions by guns or artillery fire. There are many examples of people's hands being bound behind them, their feet. They're extreme examples and I hate to say this, but just should warn you, it gets a little graphic here, but the situations where people's limbs were separated from their bodies. It's really, really clear that torture was going on. In fact, there appears to be at least some anecdotal evidence that there was so called torture centers in izium and a number of different ways and methods of torture with practice. The UN human rights officers planning to send a team there to investigate all of this. Thank you so much, JJ. You're welcome. National security correspondent JJ green. Stick with us here on WTO. A very tough commuting Friday here plus we'll have

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"george barnes" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Thing. I know we have another segment with you, Jeff. But folks, this is important, please visit summit ministries. They are an invaluable, wonderful, wonderful resource. What's the website? Summit dot org. What could be simpler? Summit. Dot org go to summit dot org and we'll be right back with the president of summit, doctor Jeff Myers. I was thinking. I never. Welcome back folks talking to doctor Jeff Myers president of summit ministry summit dot org. Jeff, what happened do you think that, I mean, you guys are always talking about Christian worldview. I've been talking about that since the day that I met chuck Coulson. But where do you think we went wrong in the sense that a lot of people, they keep talking about Christian worldview, but sometimes when it pinches funny, they suddenly say, well, that doesn't affect my Christian worldview. I'm just going to stick on to these things. So it's almost like it does become silenced in the face of evil because you think, well, I'll talk about the unborn. I'll talk about this, but I don't want to talk about those things, and you almost feel like, well, those things, that's where the battle is raging right now, but you're maybe you'll offend some people if you talk about those things. So you'll stick to the stuff that you feel is safer. How do we think you can have a Christian worldview without doing that triage? Well, I think people have gotten to the place where they think that they've sort of lost the plot. Now, if you go to church and a lot of Bible believing churches teach verse by verse, chapter by chapter, through scripture, so people become very familiar with it. But again, if people are only going to church or once or twice a month, look at that over the course of the year. There's no way they're going to get the whole plot. You could go to church for 20 years and you'll never get the plot of what scripture is all about and what a biblical worldview even is. Our studies and George Barnes have found the same that 19% of church going, self identified Christians have a biblical worldview. So you're sitting in a pew at ten people, 8 of them have no idea of what is going on there or what the Bible even teaches or how you would even figure out what the Bible teaches about a given issue. And passers don't have that problem usually. 94% of pastors say they believe the Bible speaks to today's issues, but when they're asked which of these have you ever addressed from the pulpit, the percentage goes from 94% to 9%. Only 9% of pastors have ever tried to apply scripture to today's issues with their congregation. Two thirds of the people in the congregation want them to do it. That's what the research is found. Why don't the pastors do it? Because that one third that doesn't want it, is really noisy, really angry and really difficult to deal with. Well, I mean, I think about things like critical race theory. I mean, this is a Marxist worldview. Everybody, anybody who's a Christian should already know racism is wrong. Where do you even get that idea out of the scripture? That's where we got the idea. All the abolitionists, they got it from the scripture. They led that battle. But I think sometimes it's just white guilt, people are like, well, who am I to bring this up and you think, who are you, you are a leader, and you're obliged to try to work this out because there are people trying to live their lives and they're getting confused messages, you know, when you talk about CRT or you talk about anything having to do with critical race theory, it's basically a Marxist atheist worldview. And you have to deal with the issue of communism. You have to issue with socialism. Billy Graham, the greatest evangelist who's ever lived in the modern times. He was not afraid to rail against communism because he understood it hurts people. It destroys freedom. It destroys the ability to preach the gospel. He wasn't afraid, but you have a lot of American pastors today who kind of act like, well, that's, you know, people can differ on these issues. And you think, not really. You're allowing your sheep to drift along with the culture, and by the way, it's going to harm people. And so we have to speak up on these things, folks..

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"george barnes" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Who are you worried about folks? So you're worried about virtue signaling to your neighbor or to somebody in your congregation or are you more worried about what God thinks of you? Because God has your back. If you honor him, he will honor you. And a lot of those people you think you're going to fend. A lot of them eventually going to come around and go, you know what? Thank you for saying that because at the time, I wasn't there. I just never thought that I'd be talking to my friend Jeff Meyer as president of some administrators about where we are today and comparing it realistically to where Germany was in the 30s, but it just couldn't be clearer and it's an astonishing thing. I know we have another segment with you, Jeff. But folks, this is important, please visit summit ministries. They are an invaluable, wonderful, wonderful resource. What's the website? Summit dot org. What could be simpler? Summit. Dot org go to summit dot org and we'll be right back with the president of summit, doctor Jeff Myers. I was thinking. I never. Welcome back folks talking to doctor Jeff Myers president of summit ministry summit dot org. Jeff, what happened do you think that, I mean, you guys are always talking about Christian worldview. I've been talking about that since the day that I met chuck Coulson. But where do you think we went wrong in the sense that a lot of people, they keep talking about Christian worldview, but sometimes when it pinches funny, they suddenly say, well, that doesn't affect my Christian worldview. I'm just going to stick on these things. So it's almost like it does become silence in the face of evil because you think, well, I'll talk about the unborn. I'll talk about this, but I don't want to talk about those things, and you almost feel like, well, those things, that's where the battle is raging right now, but you're maybe you'll offend some people if you talk about those things. So you'll stick to the stuff that you feel is safer. How do we think you can have a Christian worldview without kind of doing that triage? Well, I think people have gotten to the place where they think that they've sort of lost the plot. Now, if you go to church and a lot of Bible believing churches teach verse by verse, chapter by chapter through scripture, so people become very familiar with it. But again, if people are only going to church once or twice a month, look at that over the course of the year. There's no way they're going to get the whole plot. You could go to church for 20 years and you'll never get the plot of what scripture is all about and what a biblical worldview even is. Our studies and George Barnes have found the same that 19% of church going, self identified Christians have a biblical worldview. So you're sitting in a pew at ten people, 8 of them have no idea of what is going on there or what the Bible even teaches or how you would even figure out what the Bible teaches about a given issue. And passers don't have that problem usually. 94% of pastors say they believe the Bible speaks to today's issues, but when they're asked which of these have you ever addressed from the pulpit, the percentage goes from 94% to 9%. Only 9% of pastors have ever tried to apply scripture to today's issues with their congregation. Two thirds of the people in the congregation want them to do it. That's what the research is found. Why don't the pastors do it? Because that one third that doesn't want it, is really noisy, really angry and really difficult to deal with. Well, I mean, I think about things like critical race theory. I mean, this is a Marxist worldview. Everybody, anybody who's a Christian should already know racism is wrong. Where do you even get that idea out of the scripture? That's where we got the idea. All the abolitionists, they got it from the scripture. They led that battle. But I think sometimes it's just white guilt, people are like, well, who am I to bring this up and think? Who are you? You are a leader and you're obliged to try to work this out because there are people trying to live their lives and they're getting confused messages, you know, when you talk about CRT or you talk about anything having to do with critical race theory, it's basically a Marxist atheist worldview. And you have to deal with the issue of communism. You have to with socialism. Billy Graham, the greatest evangelist who's ever lived in modern times. He was not afraid to rail against communism because he understood it hurts people. It destroys freedom. It destroys the ability to preach the gospel. He wasn't afraid, but you have a lot of American pastors today who kind of act like, well, that's, you know, people can differ on these issues. And you think, not really. You're allowing your sheep to drift along with the culture, and by the way, it's going to harm people. And so we have to speak up on these things, folks..

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"george barnes" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Them start building on the house and that so they let me do that when I got done with the horses that go and help build the house and that's how I met one day I was there going around two by fours and there was this guy there and I didn't know who he was and he was working right along. He was out working me and next thing and now I find out it's Larry donor was working right with us and you would never see anywhere else like that have somebody you know the owner working with you like that. It was just something to see and from that moment on I really just, I love the place just 'cause everybody's willing to work and everybody seems happy there and it's just a nice place. Yeah, it's a beautiful property too and I know Larry had has had a passion for horses for a very long time. That goes back to his time they spent at Saratoga, right? Yeah. He goes up to Saratoga every year. He lives up there most of the time. So yeah, it's such a cool story and such a great relationship now between Daniel leach and the owner's Larry and Karen Doyle over at Katie rich. And of course, as I mentioned, the email that I received from George Barnes was the president of Katie rich farms asking me if I thought that Daniel will be a good guest on trainer talk. He said, you know, George listens to the show all the time. And he said, I really think that our private trainer would make for a great guest and Daniel after hearing a bit of your story here in the first half of the show. I have to say he was spot on. I appreciate that. You know, everything right now, this first year of training and everything is just come at me so fast. It's like, it's still like, for me, I'm still waking up to thinking that I'm training, you know? This is always been a lifelong dream of mine that I thought would never come true, but you know, they gave me an opportunity of a lifetime and like I said, I have to run with it and do my best and so far I think I've been doing pretty good and you know we just got to keep the ball going and I got great help which is the main thing and yeah so how much time will you spend at the farm and then how much time do you spend at the track? How do you divide that up? I used to spend a lot more time at the farm than COVID hit so I kind of stayed away, you know? But and then I wasn't I wasn't living at the farm. I recently have been moving I live out there now but whenever I can, you know, whatever needs to be done like a breeding shed run I'll go on that or self prep in get involved on that. Whatever needs to be done, I help out. Are you breaking all the babies out there on the farm? Yeah. Yeah, we go out and break the babies. I go out and get on the pony. Go along with them in that. Tell me about the rest of the team then that works with you when you're breaking the babies. There have to be others that help you out. Yeah, we have David Ramirez. He's a, he runs barn one. He's been with the farm for longer than me. He's been there for 13 years. I want to say. And he's also really, really good hands. He's really, he cares about a lot about the horses and he takes his time with the babies really, really good time. And we also have Luciano, who's a really, really good writer. And he takes his time with the babies as well. Well, I know that there are several aspects that are critical to being a horse trainer. And as you've heard in this first half of the program, Daniel leitch has learned from the ground up being around horses from the time he could first pick up a pitchfork and he's been a passion and a love of his ever since and now he's making his dream come true is the private trainer for Katie rich farms in midway, Kentucky. Daniel stayed with me. We're going to get to a short commercial break. When I come back, we'll talk more about your.

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"george barnes" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:03 min | 7 months ago

"george barnes" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Course, podcast on major podcast platforms all over the world each and every week and really appreciate everybody tuning in. However, you're listening to trainer talk here on this Wednesday afternoon or maybe even a bit later listening on the podcast. Well, throughout the history of thoroughbred racing, there have been some incredibly successful partnerships among trainers who have taken private jobs for owners in the business and names like suge mcgahey and the FIPS family immediately come to mind. Neil Howard and his magical run with the Ferris family and lane then, and then you had Kira McLaughlin in the maktoum family and that relationship that worked so well for so long. Well, my guest on today's show isn't ready to count himself among those legendary pairings just yet. But he's also just getting started in September, he took over as private trainer for Katie rich farms in midway, Kentucky. He has saddled 6 winners from his first 26 starters. That's not a bad start. And at just 27 years old, the sky certainly appears to be the limit. As a matter of fact, how about this, in his first 8 months on the job, the native of Lexington, Kentucky, has made such a powerful impression that George Barnes, the president of Katie rich farms, took time to email me and had nothing but praise for their young trainer. Please join me in welcoming trainer Daniel leach to trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. Daniel appreciate the visit. Oh, I appreciate you guys calling me. Fun. You know, in his email, George made it a point to say that you've done a fantastic job and the team at Katie rich is convinced that you have a really bright future. It sounds like the perfect marriage. Oh, I mean, I love everybody out there and you know, they've given me an opportunity of a lifetime and you know stuff like this don't happen to people like me every day and when you get opportunity like this, you got to run with it and you've got to, I mean you got to make everything possible happen and if it does it's good, it's all good if not figure something else out but I just get in a really good opportunity and I love everybody over Katie rich and they're like family to me. When did you or what do you remember about the moment when you got the news that you were going to be promoted to head trainer? Well, it was kind of all in the work within probably four years, 5 years. So I started taking horses for Mark with the old trainer and I started shipping horses around for him like the Ohio to Virginia to just different little tracks that would needed to run and I'll run in for him, satellite and then bring him back and then I wanted to start doing more and more and so I got another job with ray handel down in Florida and I went down with him for a little bit and I wanted to stay with rape for a little bit longer, but they called me. They wanted me to come back and Mark was getting older and I just they wanted me to be around the barn more and help him ship and that. So I just decided to come back and it would just all going all good and you know it was you know I knew it was gonna happen but I just need to get my license so once I took the test and passed the test and actually got my license, I just figured it would be a matter of time before it happened. So you mentioned Mark and that's Mark Hubble who was the longtime trainer at Katie rich and he trained right up until last year. Is he training anything this year at all? No, he's not, he's actually retired. I think he's in he has also had the house in Colorado and breckenridge and I'm pretty sure he's out there right now. I've seen him every once in a while. He texted me after races every once in a while. He's like a father figure kind of and you know he helped me out a lot and I always loved Mark so he had some pretty good horses too for Katie rich. I think he saddled well let me see, I looked it up on echo base. It looks like 275 career winners more than $5.2 million in purses. So Mark Hubble was around some pretty good horses too. There was that one, I'm trying to think, was it your round? Was that the name of the Katie rich horse that he trained that was so good? Yeah, he had your round. He had missed Mary apples. He had misread delicious, which those are a part of the same family. Yeah, those are the better ones that he had, yeah. What things did you learn from Mark that, you know, that you're taking with you now is you're the head guy. Just a horseman, a lot of just a lot of horsemanship. Marquis, he always figured, you know, if the horse did want to do it, or just figuring out the horse and figure out what the horse liked. That's what I've learned a lot about that from Mark. How do you do that? You know, if they go, I mean, if they're going out, if they're going out and training and they're come back happy, I mean, they like it. And if they come back with their head and between their legs and they don't seem to give their refusing or if they're going on the track, spinning around and that they don't, you know, they don't like it, something's going on. You got to figure something else out, some to do something different with them. Is that something you can figure out relatively quickly? Or does it sometimes take a little time to do it? No, it's just all about the horse if it's whatever the horse likes to do. If the horse is training really good then keep on going with it, if not, then you gotta figure something else out. You know, you mentioned the name ray handled too and ray has been on this program, this trainer talk show. Tell me about working with ray and what you learned from him. Ray, he's also a really, really good horseman. And I've learned really just pick your spots with horses. He's.

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"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"On the new york scene but she made too few records of her own batch of singles and a nice nineteen fifty-nine lp dubiously titled a girl and her guitar with tommy flanagan on piano joe jones on drums. Mary osborne was a regular on new york. Radio and played on some locally televised jam sessions in the nineteen fifties. Some of those jams are on youtube. Including an i surrender dear where she stretches out as billie holiday looks on but in the sixties osborne fell burnt out like she already played it all and she and her husband moved to california. She still did gigs near home. In bakersfield are in los angeles. On rare occasions someone were cokes. Are back east. Play or record as old friend. Marian mcpartlin did in nineteen seventy seven. Marie osborne died in nineteen ninety-two fifteen years after her. Contemporary george barnes. Two guitarists would celebrate Kevin whitehead is the author of the book. Play the way you feel the essential guide to jazz stories unfilled. He remembered guitarist. George barnes and mary osborne. This month marks the hundredth anniversary of their birth. Coming up we hear from akash kapur. His new book is about oroville the utopian community in india in which he and his wife were raised. This.

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"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Manner still in his teens. George barnes began playing and arranging music for radio skills. That served him well. In new york studios later right after world war two he led a whimsical raymond. Scott laycock tet playing musical clockworks like intricacies of threshing machine George barnes moved to new york in the fifties and immediately got busy recording and broadcast studios playing on literally thousands of sessions. He's in the band on bob. Dylan's first single nineteen sixty. Two's mixed up confusion in the sixties. Barnes made a frantic multiple guitar album and played guitar. Duos with carl or bucky pitzer early in his last years in the seventy s barnes co-lead relaxed quartet with cornet ruby. Braff our other hundredth birthday guitarist mary. Osborne came up in the boomtown of mine. Not north dakota. She picked up her dad's facility with stringed instruments early and started appearing on radio singing and playing guitar. The teenage osborne played a little jazz violin. Until she heard oklahoma's charlie christian play electric guitar with abandoned bismarck in no time. She bought one of her own and was sitting in learning at aside. She and charlie became friends despite differences in age and race in the nineteen thirties. Heartland charlie christian showed marie. Osborne had a solo as guitar. Were a horn. A linear approach with some voice inflections. And mary osborne on blues and mary's flat nineteen forty-six by the early forties. She moved to new york playing jam. Sessions and fifty. Seconds street clubs. She got spotted by one jazz elder on the lookout for youngsters with new ideas saxophonist. Coleman hawkins spotlight from eighteen forty. Six guitarist was twenty. Four in years to come marie. Osborne turned up on records. By among others singers. Ethel waters and mel torme blues man. Nonni harris pianist mary lou williams and drummer gene kroupa and louis belsen osborne later said she encountered little overt sexism.

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"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Kevin whitehead is the author of the new book. Play the way you feel the essential guide to jazz stories on film guitarist. George barnes and mary. Osborne were born a hundred years ago on july seventeenth coming up. Justin chang sample some offerings from this year's cannes film festival. This is fresh air support for this. Npr podcast and the following message. Come from hot wire. Imagine a nice vacation. Is there a view of the parking lot. No so don't book a cheap hotel book inexpensive hotel for cheap on hot wire. You can stay in a nicer hotel than you ever thought possible. Just select your city neighborhood and amenities then get your heart rate. Better views king sized beds and freshly pressed waffle woven robes await you and also actual waffles download the hot wire app now and book beyond your wildest means all bookings final this message comes from. Npr sponsor spotify home of the armchair expert. Podcast on mondays. And thursdays hosts dax shepard and monica padma n- create a space for their accomplished guests to share real personal and enlightening stories. You'll hear from hollywood stars musicians professional athletes award winning scientists authors and more and now you can find armchair expert only on spotify download. The spotify app sign up for free and search for armchair expert to start listening. The following message comes from npr sponsor. We work escaped the distractions of working from home with we work all access. One monthly membership gives you access to hundreds of convenient workspaces. Nationwide sign up today at. We work dot com slash. Npr last year the annual cannes film festival was one of the many public events forced to cancel because of the pandemic. The festival returned this year with a larger lineup than usual. Our film critic justin chang who usually attends but stayed home. This year was able to catch up with some of the movies from the festival. Screenings in los angeles here's justin's report on his can away from can haven't been fortunate enough to attend the cannes film festival every year. Since two thousand six skipping this year's event wasn't easy can is the most important event of its kind a thrilling maddening ten-day marathon of red carpet glamour and behind the scenes. Dealmaking as well as a showcase for some of the best new movies from all over the world since the twenty twenty festival was cancelled due to the pandemic part of me was extra tempted to take the plunge this year and brave the crowds that descend on this sleepy french riviera town but at the end like many of my weary film journalist friends and colleagues i opted to stay back happily over the past couple of weeks. I've been able to see quite a few can movies here in. La about half the number. I usually do. It's been a typically mixed bag of the good the bad and the sometimes great but it's also been wonderful to see so many bold ambitious movies on the big screen like experiencing a mini festival of my own. Some of these films will be in. Us theaters shortly like stillwater. The latest drama directed by tom mccarthy best known for the oscar winning spotlight. This one stars matt damon as bill baker in oklahoma oil worker. Who visits his daughter in marseilles france. Where she's in prison for the murder of her girlfriend. The story in which baker sets out to prove his daughter's innocence was loosely inspired by the notorious amanda knox's murder trial but it's anything but a straightforward dramatization at times it feels like multiple movies crammed into one a detective thriller a culture clash comedy and even romance but despite some implausible detours stillwater holds your attention and benefits from moving performances by damon and a fierce abigail breslin as his daughter. It opens july thirtieth in theaters opening the following week on august. Sixth is annette in enjoyable unhinged musical from the idiosyncratic french director leos carax's with script and songs by the brothers ron and russell mail better known as the art pop band sparks and that premiered on the festival's opening night and it begins with a delightful musical number fittingly titled so may we start. It must have been a tonic for audiences can as it seemed to be channeling. The hopeful on with the.

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"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"In new york jazz critic. Kevin whitehead has this appreciation. Starting with some music from george barnes. George barnes nineteen forty-six showing off the swoops and spiky attack. That made him a favorite of pickers like jazz. Is herb ellis and country. Music's merle travis chet atkins. Barnes grew up in chicago. Learning to.

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The level of going to rehab the bottom for you. The big turnaround came right before the yankees were going to go into the playoffs. And this was this was well into your career. When you weren't the i guess. The the overpowering fastball pitcher. You'd become you're using more pitches and you know it was a different point in your career. Tell us about that The bottom that was on a trip to baltimore wasn't it. Yeah you know. We're on a trip to baltimore's into the season and We had got rained out a couple of days. And you know We i think we had just clinched to go to the playoffs That thursday night. I pitch the pitcher pretty good game. You played against boston. And i didn't drink during the celebration. We had the big celebration and the question of wildcard spot and i didn't drink at all and You know we got on the bus to go to baltimore somebody handing me a bottle of hennessy. And i drank that before. We've gotten to the plane and you set me on a course that weekend where i didn't really stop drinking from thursday to sunday sunday i had a a bullpen. That's supposed to throw to get ready for the play offs and the win in and right away stadium. I grabbed a drink And you know couldn't couldn't even like really walk around and and it was just feeling like you know. I couldn't stop myself from from drinking and grab chris chris dillon matanzas and you know basically told him. I felt like i needed to go get helping gonna go tell joe and both of them to a manson. If you feel like you needed to do this and like i said they had known. I've been struggling with it all year. Then you know you need to you need. You need to make this step in if you can do. This importers off. You're going to help a lot of people so once. They both told me that just made sense for me to go in and and And get help. And that's what. I did joe right away. You know he was like let's. Let's let's figure this out you know had that conversation going differently or you know had he said you know the shot to wait until the end of the season or to the playoffs over you know maybe you know it sets me on a different course but joe right away. You know realized. I didn't make the decision for my family. And he was. He was all for it. Yeah you mentioned. Going in. And telling joe referring to joe girardi. Who is the yankees manager. You know you you anticipated future in baseball you know hopefully as sober athlete down the line and you know baseball's our players are often kind of superstitious their creatures of habit. They have you routines before games and after games you know what they eat what they wear. All that kind of stuff was drinking such a part of your routine that you worried you might not be able to pitch effectively without it. Yeah it was. It was a big part of So much part of it. That i know if i was going to be able to without it and You know but you know having a chance to go into rehab and You know really figure out you know y was drinking or you know the reasons why Sitting down and taking that time. I think it helped me realize that i didn't need the drink. You know the pitch to be honest. You know as. I got into my late thirties. I don't think i could have dranked away. I did impeached anyway. You know what my need where it was my body trying to recover my shoulder you know it would set me up and bad places to not be able to to perform the way i did at the end of my career. You know you went back to the game you know and your aging as an athlete You had problems with your knee and your shoulder. I tell you some of the pain. That you describe experiencing on the mound. I'm amazed that you could get through it. Do you think you were a better. A smarter pitcher without alcohol. I think i was just better at that time and and smarter just Just as a pitcher you know being fifteen sixteen years in You know and having a chance to sit. With andy pedal from andy pettitte. But yeah. I mean for sure You know being sober and having a clear mind. Let me a to repeat my delivery and be able to get out there. I i like. I said i mean the amount of drinking it. I did to try to do that in my late thirties. There's no way. I would have been able to pitch a baseball season. So yeah i mean being able to get sober and have my body back For seventeen eighteen and nineteen You know it helped me get through those four years p people who want to can look at the documentary Under the grapefruit tree and see your last game you want to tell us about the circumstances under which you left that game yeah Very last it out through come into the game against the astros in the playoffs in two thousand and nineteen and you know Very last picture that through my capsule my shoulder my labor my rotator cuff my bicep. Everything And i have been in some pain pretty much that whole year. And then that lasts pitch You know ripped up everything in the mount yankee stadium and it was the first time that i really kind of hurt. The crowd and got got a standing ovation and You know it worked out but It will i feel like for me. It worked out the best way it could have. Because you know. I'm such a competitor. And i love the play the game that i was still been playing after announce my retirement So does the fact that i did get hurt and you know not able to pitch no more. I think helped me see. She's a bath. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Oh no problem. Thank you for having me. C c sabathia spent nineteen seasons pitching in the big leagues with the indians. Brewers and yankees. His memoir. written. With chris smith is called till the end coming up jazz critic. Kevin whitehead remembers to remarkable electric guitarist. Born a hundred years ago on the same day. This is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor spotify home of armchair expert a podcast hosted by dax shepard and monica padma about the messiness of being human dax and monica creative space for their accomplish guests to share real personal and enlightening stories. You'll hear from hollywood stars award winning scientists athletes and more and now you can find armchair expert only on spotify download the spotify sign up for free and search for armchair expert to start listening. We're going to remember too early electric guitarists who were both born on july seventeenth a hundred years ago george barnes and mary osborne were both white midwesterners who learned early on from their fathers were mentored by african american pioneers and appeared on radio as teenagers before moving onto success.

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"george barnes" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"george barnes" Discussed on WBUR

"World War two, he led a whimsical Raymond Scott like octet, playing musical clock works like intricacies of a threshing machine. George Barnes moved to New York in the fifties and immediately got busy and recording and broadcast studios playing on literally thousands of sessions. He's in the band on Bob Dylan's first single 1962 is mixed up confusion. In the sixties, Barnes made a frantic multiple guitar album and played in guitar duos with Carl Kress or Bucky Pizzarelli in his last years in the seventies. Barnes co. Led a relaxed quartet with cornetist Ruby breath. Mm hmm. Our other 100th birthday guitarist Mary Osborne came up in the boom town of Might not North Dakota. She picked up her dad's facility with stringed instruments early and started.

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Will virtual reality films ever go mainstream?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:43 min | 3 years ago

Will virtual reality films ever go mainstream?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com. Moviemakers are still trying to find out if virtual reality works for movies from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. The Tribeca film festival is happening in New York City and this year, it features more than thirty virtual reality movies slash experiences for both movie fans and future be our filmmakers to check out virtual reality films are becoming a bit of a festival mainstay since Oculus brought its first production to Sundance back in two thousand fifteen but VR movies still aren't anywhere near the mainstream. Marketplace tech producers Stephanie us went to the Tribeca film festival to see how some filmmakers still believe in the magic of VR watching a movie in virtual reality involves a lot of stuff being against the headset. When you want it does it you just move it up and down the Lamar Tate is stationed outside the VR film. The key at the terrific film festival. Audience members go in one at a time the standard small dark room, but they're not alone. There is a live actor at all times inside of the room with you. They might touch you just for safety reasons to keep you away from. The walls you might run into walls. Because when you're in the film, you can't see the real world, you're truly immersed and the characters are prompting to walk around with. I want to remember where the key comes from. And what it needs. Maybe you can help me. I think VR is an incredible medium shoe creates memories. It's trike heart is the director of the key which is meant to convey in sort of a dream Lakeway. What it's like to be a refugee we want people to feel like this leap through the journey themselves. But trekker police it for VR to take off the headsets have to get cheaper and people have to well, put them on a friend of the tech. My parents, for example, it was like. You know, and I really had to walk like, I was very insistent newly to learning Tribeca offers VR as part of its immersive film track. Lauren Hammonds is a festival Curators festivals. Play an important part in the ecosystem of launching this work. So the idea of LBJ or location based entertainment is so important to getting audiences. Getting is on this work as part of a long tradition. I'm getting used to innovations in film, like when Thomas Edison's movie, the great train robbery came out in nineteen zero three motion pictures were very new and film historian. Marc Wanamaker describes how one audience member reacted to an actor breaking the fourth wall. George barnes. Who was the star of the great train robbery turns toward the the audience. Pulls his gun looks at the audience and pulls the trigger and then someone in the audience stood up and shot back. But it didn't matter that movie in ended up being a hit VR still waiting for its blockbuster. That's marketplace. Tech producers Stephanie Hughes, we'll see if any studio deals come out of Tribeca. But last year at Sundance of ER distribution company bought a three part virtual reality space series for one point four million dollars and later released it for Oculus. So there's some money out there. And now for some related lakes. There's an interesting piece in wired about the Tribeca festival and these big immersive installations, they're trying out this year with a live actors like Stephanie mentioned it suggests that maybe the future for VR movies is actually more like a museum piece a real world experience where you enter a virtual worlds instead of entering a virtual world alone in your basement with a five hundred dollar headset, which is all very interesting. But it also shows you just how far away we are from figuring out how this medium is supposed to work wired also has a story from earlier this month about not mixing bleed and virtual reality, which seems like a good PSA, you'll find both of those links at our website marketplace tech org, and look it might feel like VR is a slow roller. But I found a research report in the motley fool Tuesday that said it generated three point six billion dollars as an industry in twenty eighteen super data research estimates that number could be. Sixteen billion dollars by twenty twenty two. So yeah, companies are still at it. In fact, Facebook announced Tuesday that it's releasing its standalone Oculus headset. The Oculus quest on may twenty first the quest needs. No, computer or game console to operate. It costs four hundred bucks, and it will launch with over fifty games. Maybe this'll be the one I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Caroline in Brooklyn, New York wrote to tell us, she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission thinks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong, donate online today at marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible.

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