17 Burst results for "Gerry Brisson"

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Phil knight and Gerry Brisson welcome everyone welcome back to the first mission Jerry first on Dr Phil knight here with you Jerry I'm looking at you own zoom and I still see you have the infamous semi in your living room yep and you know you're there right in front of the armory so you know were were both the creatures of habit I guess you could say I guess we are that there's not anything else well here's a young man that we promised to be on the show Andrews who paints it and Andrew welcome to food first Michigan and we're excited to talk to you about this project porch pantry that you've created and so welcome first of all welcome to the show yeah I think so much I'm excited to be here okay well great so so you tell us a little bit about yourself here at all you're a hero you just finished your sophomore year at Bloomfield hills is it Bloomfield hills high schools at which yeah yeah until such school right so I'm reading the article that was published about you in the Birmingham Bloomfield eagle back on may eighteenth and it looks like you guys are having your families having some interesting conversations around the dinner table hello yeah we've been talking a lot about the project and so over the past few weeks we've had to pick up dates for our project it's safe to drive for your porch so it's a no contact through drive so a safe way to be able to pick up food during quarantine yeah you know I mean there's so many ways to frame this before we get too deep into the technical parts of the project I'm really interested in why did you decide to care about this what made you go you know what I'm gonna do this food drive project what what motivated you so during school I'm a part of student leadership and we are constantly able to help people and plan different fundraisers and events to help different groups of people so without that for me I was kind of feeling like I was lacking something in my life so when Clinton started I I immediately wanted to do something like a food drive but as time continued it just seemed less and less feasible so when the idea for a no contact to pick up food drive him around that was something that I was really passionate about and sort of able to kill me to get a very cool projects going so you're in student leadership and in that process you must have been exposed to people that need help somewhere in here you must have met somebody or did something that made you say you know there's people in our community that made me talk a little bit about your connection to the people that are getting the food so just right now covert nineteen it has affected so many people and many people have lost jobs or every day are struggling to get their their next meal on the table and we live in a world where we shouldn't have to have issues like that to deal with so I just seeing it on the news or seeing articles about it you know meeting a few people it's just hard to see and I I just had to do something to help get some food out there for people so Andrew what strikes me about this is you know don't let anybody ever despise your use right everybody gets one handful of life and you've already started making yours came out early and I I'm just a lot of the passion and the compassion that you have in order to want to do a food drive and then be smart enough to figure out that doing it in a traditional way is probably not the best smartest way to do this and you know I mean particularly in the middle this pandemic where you know we don't even know if we have it analysts are being tested and we don't know for spreading it because we can all be a symptomatic so I just commend you not only for your heart but for also your head about how to figure out to do a contactless food drive we've been doing some virtual food drives you know across the our some of our platforms but the contact was food drive Jerry this might be an answer for the US mail carriers for stamp out hunger yeah you know that's been one of the biggest food drives in the country for over twenty years and it literally raises million seventy eighty million pounds of food nationwide every year when they do it and they're not doing it this year at their usual time it's usually the second Saturday in may so so that's an awful lot of food we usually have right now that we don't have and quite frankly and I'm glad you're stepping up to help pick up some of that slack it's it's nice that you've got the the where with all to see you know there is something I can do and and I just want to acknowledge that for a minute I think a lot of us for for many different reasons and in many different ways have ideas about how we can make the world better but we're the rubber meets the road is to actually do it and so what do you think it was that gave you that extra energy the thing that that turn this idea into you know what this is something I can actually do so I definitely wanted to do this idea and I wanted to really make as much as an impact as I could but another thing that really helped was the support from my family they were there along the way to help me out with different issues logistics specifically my older brother he was kind of a mentor for me so if I ever needed any support I can definitely go to my family for any additional support I needed they were amazing throughout this with the amount of support they gave me I want to take your story and talk about it from the perspective of the people that we serve you know a lot of people that need food help of coming to a place in their life that's very challenging whether it's unemployment or a health concern or or some other thing that's causing them an incredible amount of stress and what you just said you have is what we need to be for them we need to be that person that walks in their life and rather than judging them or telling them what they can't do rather enable them to do what they need to do so they can move on to success in their life and what you just described as the help that you got from your brother and from your family is how we want to be to the community and so I just want to say it's so important that we approach our work from the perspective of how can we help and realize that we're really enabling people to be their best and when that happens amazing thing happens that look a lot like this project that you're running a hundred percent you know the project is really just about giving to the people like like I said there are so many people in need right now on because of Kobe and and and you mentioned how the postal service usually does the food pick up so we are already lacking in food we just we need to do something to help these people which is why I started this project in why I think a lot of people have wanted to contribute and it's been so successful is that they feel the same way in helping these people in need and helping the community yes so enter less less less help people understand how they can learn more about you and about the project core pain.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"A. B. B. E. L. dot com chance of some scattered sprinkles and light showers as we go through the evening hours but they do the window as we get closer to sunset and afterwards sunset is just after nine PM look at temperatures go from the sixties and fifties and rapidly fall to the forties even upper thirties overnight with mostly clearing skies make sure those heaters are working then in the Sunday mild cooler than average temperatures make it into the middle sixties with plenty of sunshine for your Sunday I understand Humphrey have a wonderful weekend Paul W. Smith waking you up I'll just say what keeps you awake at night is Michael savage rocking you to sleep if he doesn't want to listen to us if you want to listen to television commentators who misled his own son on television I can't help them we've got you covered all day on news talk seven sixteen WJAR this is food first Michigan on news talk seven sixty W. J. are sponsored by the food bank council of Michigan creating a food secure state fan by farm bureau insurance of Michigan now here are your host Dr Phil knight and Gerry Brisson welcome to the show everyone thanks for listening the new normal it's a phrase that has been born out of the cold but nineteen pandemic early on in this battle for the public's help all of us wondered when things would get back to normal after a few weeks the realization began to take root in our psyche.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Road construction is reduced I would one lane on the south field north bound right now Michigan Avenue singling closures scheduled through early November so plan on delays WJR whether first from the weather channel the fifties tonight sunshine tomorrow sixty nine sunshine Sunday sixty six I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel news talk seven sixty W. J. help solve food insecurity in Michigan here fox leaders from across the state on food first Michigan with doctor Phil knight and Gerry Brisson Sunday nights at nine on W. J. are presented by farm bureau insurance of Michigan and the food bank accounts of the with all the overtime or appliances have been taking on these last several weeks it wouldn't be shocking if one called it quits silver lining maybe you wanted a new one anyway lows has you covered with twelve month special financing to help with the unexpected and up to forty percent off select appliances including the best brands to fit your style and budget plus we'll even deliver for free download or apple shop most dot com today our results for six three free local delivery incredible as to appliances to ninety nine or more subject to credit approval exclusions apply U. S. only Hey golfers it's time to book your perfect for so four of the top rated courses in Michigan's upper peninsula all for one low package price you'll play gray walls in Marquette timber stone and Iron Mountain and sweetgrass and sage run near Escanaba package includes cart range balls casino lodging and golf for outstanding courses from three hundred fifty dollars there's simply nothing like it this schedule your perfect foursome call eight seven seven ISL green keeping America going and keeping each other safe at Walmart our associates are aiming to do both so we're working to support them while they do by extending our leave policy through the end of may to protect it so she has a job.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dishes, straight from Corfu, and the music and dance that brought life that the islands for millennia kids rides raffles a Greek market and more fast, all weekend long at Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox church and Troy metro Detroit's largest weekend celebration of Hellenic culture and cuisine. For more visit dot org. Detroit reading sets go. That's the theme of the first board fireworks, and the great voice of the Great Lakes. WJR. We'll be there watching the sparked and bringing you your fireworks soundtrack direct from the parade companies rooftop party presented by pre show coverage with Paul W Smith, traffic and weather to get you in and out of the city fast and safely Monday night to twenty four WJR simulcast of this Detroit, spectacle is sponsored by Remax of southeastern Michigan. On news talk seven sixteen WJ. We are changing the conversation about food insecurity, and Michigan. I'm Dr Phil Knight, the executive director for the food Bank council of Michigan, and I'm with my board chair co host and the president and CEO of the gleaners community food Bank, Gerry Brisson. Tune in Sunday nights at nine or listen online to food for thought where each week. We welcome Michigan's thought leaders policy makers, legislator, CEO's, and those on the front lines of hunger to discuss a shared vision of creating food security in our state. We know Jerry that a person who's Hungary only has one problem, and we're taking hunger off the table. We have partners and leaders from business healthcare, government education and everywhere, working to fix this problem. One bite at a time we know that hunger is not bigger than we are. It's not better than we are..

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"You're tuning in. And you're saying, gee, I sounds specially good today. His voice is so deep. It's because I've got a cold. I'm really guy Gordon with a really bad cold at three or four Twitter. Changing the conversation about food insecurity in Michigan. I'm Dr Phil Knight. The executive director for the food Bank council of Michigan. And I'm with my board chair co host and the president and CEO of gleaners community food Bank. Gerry Brisson tune in Sunday nights at nine or listen online to food for thought where each week we welcome Michigan's thought leaders policy makers legislator CEO's and those on the front lines of hunger to discuss a shared vision of creating food security in our state. We know Jerry that a person who's Hungary only has one problem, and we're taking hunger off the table. We have partners and leaders from business healthcare government, education and everywhere working to fix this problem. One bite at a time. We know that hunger is not bigger than we are. It's not better than we are. And it's not beyond us to solve. So let solving joint food for thought. Sunday nights. Tonight on WJR and WJR dot com slash brought to you by the food Bank council of Michigan and farm bureau insurance of Michigan. Newstalk seven sixty WJR. Three fifteen. You know, what that music means means the same thing in the morning. And this is what we do traffic and weather first on the fives. And in the afternoon we like to welcome in Kevin Sanderson good afternoon. Kevin good afternoon. Paul. I ninety four westbound.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Let jam Roxanne starting us off as he has every year or at least the last couple. We're happy to have Phil Knight here the award winning host of the food for thought show on WJR Sundays at nine pm. The man who has taught us all about food, insecurity, and what we can do to wipe it out. That's right boy, six in a weekend hunger is a solvable problem, and certainly was in the heart of Saint Patrick absolutely in the heart of Saint, Patrick, and in your heart very much, and with all the people that you spend time within talk with on the show. How's it going? You wanna Michigan association of broadcasters award? Good for you. Yeah. It was pretty exciting. Gerry Brisson, and I are the host of food for thought and Michigan association of broadcasters recognized us with this excellence in broadcasting award, and we're pretty giddy about that you shouldn't be pretty giddy because here you aren't doing good work and your work. Is good enough to get an award. I know we're excited, and we think that the great people of Michigan are coming right along side of us and want to solve this problem of food, insecurity. Make sure no children or senior anyone in between. It goes without food. Phil Knight kicking this off again for this twenty nineteen Saint Patrick's celebration on a couple of days before I think it's safe to save Saint Patrick's weekend. That's absolutely, right. And we can keep his spirit in our heart and do as much good as we can for all the people. We can Phil Knight. Thanks so much. Congratulations on the award and food for thought WJR Sundays at nine pm, and that's a great show to tune into this weekend on the actual day. That is officially Saint Patrick's Day. This Sunday gave Lawrence follows us all around, but I guess that's part of his job because he is the vice president of travel Michigan. He's brought along Tom dolled in the host of under the radar and Jim Thome and the producer of under the radar debut. Brought a motley Crue I did. Hey, I stick around with the power stars in the southeast Michigan area in all around the Great Lakes area. So Tom and Jim are going to be. Co hosting the travel Michigan radio program Sunday at four o'clock and seven sixty WJR. I think in two weeks you're taking a day off. Well, I'm going to be on the show as well. Oh, okay. I thought you co co hosting all right? Not just co hosting among themselves co hosting with the host and really cool the under the radar program. In fact, Tom and Jim can tell you when it's going to air, but we're going to be doing a kind of like a TV program about traveling around Michigan at this time of the year. People always wonder what do you do between winter and spring while the guys are going to give you all these great ideas? Well, I thought I had a good question when I thought you were actually taking some time off and turning the show show over to those guys and that can ask what does the vice president of travel? Michigan do when it's vacation time for him. You know, there's a little log home in the grand haven area that I'd like to visit occasionally since you've paid for it. Yeah. That's right. Well, let me say to the guys from under the radar. Tom Dalton Tom nice to see you wonderful to be here. I'm actually half Irish. So I'm thrilled. We are a little bit of Irish today. And I'm sure that's true for Jim Edelman, the producer of under the radar. Yes. Fantastic. Be here. What a great building. What a great day. What a great event great Dave of the Irish and everybody else when is under the radar on. I'm in this market. We are on Thursday nights at eight thirty on PBS and Ross on Saturday mornings at ten thirty in the morning, so excellent and tell people what under the radar is all about if they don't know. It's it's it's pretty simple concept. We just highlight the the cool people places and things in Michigan and we actually team up with David Lorenza pure Michigan every season to do a great show in this season. Again, we're doing a show about wonderful off season things to do in Michigan. So we had a lot of fun with that one. All right. We also feature a lot of good food. Well, excellent. That's good. Have you been a guest on the show occasionally? And I will be in a couple of weeks. I'm waiting for my invitation to be.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Knight. Welcome back everyone. Gerry brisson? Dr Phil Knight here wrap up this edition of food for thought that was Cheryl Kirshenbaum our guest, Jerry and while. Yeah, she's great. I mean, again, I'm just amazed at how many smart people care about this issue and are making a difference and are working hard. So that we can do better. I mean, I really like what she's doing how she's doing it and the level of intelligence that she puts to everything she does is she's amazing. And I'm glad she's our friend and doing a great job there at MSU, and and hosting the the our table discussions traveling around the state, and it's pretty cool deal. I mean, that's a literal table that they carved out of a fallen tree from the MSU campus, and they're taking it around the state and having a town hall, and she's leading those discussions, and and great to have our friend and an expert that we can call on here. Food for thought. So. We've got taken about the broader question that we talked with Cheryl about about policy that is evidence based and how that affects us and how it should be created rather than from any other stance other than than a scientific evidence based data. We we've we've seen a little bit of a hit that's gone on here during the for the food banks in the state of when tax credits were taken away about eight years ago. But there is a Bill that is before the house and is moving through the Senate, and we'll move to a four vote fairly soon that would restore those tax credits on behalf of the food banks, and that's house Bill number six four three three. So you did a little math figuring there. And I think it's I think it's indicates how good policy can affect our work. Well, you know, we talk a lot about ROI. So let's just really look at the return on investment on that tax credit. You've got what the tax credit is. It's a one hundred dollars for an individual two hundred dollars for a married couple. And so it's a credit, which means if you if you give money to food Bank. You get a hundred dollars of that money back in a state tax credit, which means that hundred dollars cost you nothing. But what did it give? Well, it gave on average based on what food banks do for every dollar six hundred meals. And if it's a married couple that's twelve hundred meals, and it costs the consumer nothing. Now, does it cost the state something? Sure it does. But when you think about that hundred dollars providing six hundred meals or the two hundred dollars providing twelve hundred meals that's going right back into making people healthy productive and successful. It helps the state it's good for the individuals. And it's a tremendous help to the food banks as you said, Phil only half the problem is solved. It is one of the least costly most effective things we can do to drive success for our state. Well, and treasury scored this Bill and it really costs. State. So when you look at the whole selection of bills, it's is is bills that affect foodbanks homeless shelters and community foundations when they scored this Bill, it was only going to cost the state around seventeen million dollars total for all three of those. So now, somebody says, hey, seventeen million dollars a lot of money. Not in perspective of the state budget is really not that much money. They're not gonna miss it. But it's going to do so much good for our hungry neighbors and our communities and our education and our healthcare and for workforce retention. It's a win win win win win. And it's how government and private nonprofits can work affectively together. Right. It's a policy that puts the work where the work can be done cheapest and best and it the choice is up to the individual. So there it's nothing. Anyone has to do. It's something that people can do. And if they do it. It it makes a huge impact for the people in our state. So I know it's it's a little bit of a selfish plug on the radio show today. But nonetheless, it's an important Bill. We wanna make sure people know about it and support it because it will make a tremendous difference in our goal to have a food secure Michigan. Yeah. Call Email syndicate pigeon. Whatever you gotta do is house Bill six four three three and that would support and restore the tax credit for food banks that was taken away about eight years ago. So Jerry what's on tap for next week? We're going to keep this conversation about evidence based policy going pretty strong. We got the emergency food assistance program, and some changes that we are hoping are gonna come about their to make things better and our community stronger. We're going to talk about how tariffs has created an opportunity for food banks through trade mitigation food. I know. Wow. That's sounds really. Sexy. It's riveting and then last we're going to talk about ways, we're working with the Michigan department of education with a couple of school districts around. How are we making food security more possible for kids in school all very much evidence based and all having absolutely to do with policy? Hey, I'm interested. I'll be here. So it's great. So I guess it's time for a little food for thought. Some years ago, I was discussing with the policy director of United States Senator why I believe the Senator should vote a certain way on a specific Bill. I laid out my reasoning in a logical manner. I was sure to include the senators own language and phrases as I framed, my reasoning the young man who had tremendous responsibility on the Senator staff and was under a great deal of stress because he was the one who would have to convince the Senator to change his mind looked up at me interrupted me and said stop fill don't confuse me with the facts. And therein lies the problem. Don't confuse me with the facts the great American. Scientists Isaac Asimov said there's a cult of ignorance in the United States. And there always has been the strain of anti intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge. I think we should scrutinize our policymakers at many levels and one of those is candidate be moved to do. What is right best and true when presented by solid evidence based data can they cast off the shackles of dogma and move to create policy that systematically gives people a.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Willing to have the conversation eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio got up and he eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara no boswell gerry brisson bluffing six six ninety redeye and almost got me to burst out laughing man what a day it was yesterday let's let's start with the somalia here i want to go to nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before god let's put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem i will note that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week romanian forces attacked small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation and escalating that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violet that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the destablizing conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes a discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion in the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WDRC

"Family of companies motel six we're willing to have the conversation eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio up and he eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara no boswell gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye to burst outlet oh man what did they it was yesterday let's let's start with the somali here i want to go to nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before god up put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem i will note that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacked small positions sorry last week arabian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation and escalation that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violence that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the destablizing conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes a discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion and the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"He eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara no boswell gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye and almost got me to burst out laughing oh man what a day it was yesterday let's let's start with the somali you here i want to go to a nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before god let's put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem no that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacked small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation an escalation that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violet that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the disabling conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes the discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion in the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And i'm gary mcnamara no boswell gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye and almost got me to burst out laughing oh man what a day it was yesterday let's let's start with the somali you here i want to go to nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before i'll put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacked small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation and escalation that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violet that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the disabling conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes that discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion in the security council on iran's to stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Have the conversation eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio and he eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara noballs well gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye and almost got me diverse outlet man what a day it was a yesterday let's let's start with the somali here i want to go to nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before god put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem now will know that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacks small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation and esscalation that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran heaven cited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violence that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the destabilising conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes a discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion in the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in the minds of some today's meeting was not called to discuss any of those examples of violence in the middle east today's meeting was called to discuss the violence that some suggest was connected with yesterday's opening of the united states embassy in jerusalem for some people the embassy opening is said to be a reason to engage in violence how is that justified as our president said when he announced the decision in december the location of our embassy.

eric harley gary mcnamara nikki haley united nations jerusalem syria yemen saudi arabia united states iran gaza lebanon president gerry brisson hamas
"gerry brisson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"They're willing to have the conversation eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio and he eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara no pause well gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye and almost got to burst out laughing man what a day it was yesterday let's let's start with the somali you here i want to go to a nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or during before god put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem note that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacked small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation escalated that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is violet that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the destablizing conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united st states welcomes a discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is two little discussion and the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in.

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"gerry brisson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"They're willing to have the conversation eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio got up and he eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara no pose well gerry brisson bluffing eight six six ninety redeye verse oh man what a day it was yesterday let's let's start with the somali you here i want to go to a nikki haley okay this is nikki haley at the united nations as they debate the confrontation between israelis and palestinians after the or you know during before god put it this way before during and after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem no that the double standard is all too common in this chamber and working overtime today last week rainy enforces attacked small positions sorry last week iranian forces attacked israeli positions on the golan heights by launching rockets from syria this was a reckless provocation an escalation that must be stopped it is an example of regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council also last week iranian proxy forces in yemen launched missiles into saudi arabia it was not the first time they have done it this too is regional violence that should occupy our attention here in the security council in recent days hamas terrorists backed by iran have incited attacks against israeli security forces and infrastructure that is valid that should occupy our attention to the common thread in all of this is the destablizing conduct of the iranian regime a regime that insists on promoting violence throughout the middle east while depriving its own people of basic human rights the united states welcomes discussion of this violence in the middle east we welcome discussing the ways we can cooperate with each other to put an end to this violence there is too little discussion and the security council on iran's stabilizing presence in syria it's promotion of violence in yemen it's support for terrorism in gaza and it's dangerous and a legal weapons buildup in lebanon however in the minds of some today's meeting was not called to discuss any of those examples of violence in the middle east today's meeting was called to discuss the violence that some suggest was connected with yesterday's opening of the united states embassy in jerusalem for some people the embassy opening is said to be a reason to engage in violence how is that justified as our president said when he announced the decision in december the location of our.

eric harley gary mcnamara nikki haley united nations jerusalem syria yemen saudi arabia united states iran gaza lebanon president gerry brisson hamas
"gerry brisson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WCHS

"We know boswell gerry brisson blunting please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny now nothing's funny anymore stop laughing i will never laugh again you know they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the kill kill away of law kano why mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the kilowatt volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano you know essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lava you've just got to go you've got gotta get out of the way so i wonder what the i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took a geology in college and took it pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because to me if i wasn't doing this would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know study volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

gerry brisson geologist portland oregon
"gerry brisson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"We know boswell gerry brisson bluffing please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny nothing's funny any stop laughing i will never laugh again either they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the killer way of volcano and why mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the killawala volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lava you've just got to go you've got to get out of the way so i wonder what the i i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took you know geology in college and took a pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because on to me if i wasn't doing this that would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know studied volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

gerry brisson killawala volcano geologist portland oregon
"gerry brisson" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"gerry brisson" Discussed on WTMA

"Forty thirty eight or go to redeyebeets dot com today that's redeyebeets dot com across the low country on twelve fifty wt across the world w tma dot com sees red eye radio we know boswell gerry brisson bluffing please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny nothing's funny anymore stop laughing i will never laugh again either they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the kill killer way of volcano in hawaii mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the kilowatt volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano you know essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lobbying you've just got to go you've gotta get out of the way so i wonder what the i i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took a geology in college and took it pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because to me if i wasn't doing this that would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know studying volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

gerry brisson geologist portland oregon hawaii