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"goretti" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"goretti" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Friends your professors your mentors and it can happen to you overnight. It happens all the time in these spaces and so a lot of people like to blame the kids while you should never have gone there. Will they really haven't done the work to think through. Why would they end up there and if you understood why they end up there. I think there'd be a lot more compassion for these kids. I want to add to like an and just paul explaining that. Like imagine you know you're you're eighteen. Nineteen you've gotten into college and you're going there because you want to flourish and thrive just like everyone else. Does you wanna have a career. You wanna have you know a relationship with someone. You wanna have a normal life just like everybody else's but what paul described And what i described shows that for the clear entrance student this reality. This sense of normalcy doesn't happen at all these faces and imagine like they're straight peers. The straight person in this college experience gets to have all those things gets to have a safe environment to learn it gets to flourish in a relationship. Hold hands with their partner. Do whatever with their partners. You know the queer and trans students this is. This is off the table completely so in comparison to their straight. Here's the treatment is is absolutely deplorable and agree gis and that's something that we're trying to call out like you know. Look at look at the experiences that these folks are having homelessness. Non affirming families getting kicked out getting expelled getting sayings taken away from them or whatever. This doesn't happen the straight people in these spaces. It just doesn't. This is public knowledge at this point. My oh monitor is named in the suit. I went to indiana wesleyan. I did see the the. The person is filing their suits anonymously because they're current student and they are afraid of that very thing. I graduated fifteen years ago now more than that. I'm an older millennial. So i'm showing my age there But it hasn't changed like an. It hasn't changed in the sort of way that i think some people who don't have experience in these spaces Sort of expect over the the gains In overall social acceptance of queer relationships and identities over the last twenty years are pervasive in society. By here which you really illustrating is a place where there are still fundamentally Lack of rights A lack of ability to be wonderful self and Participate in safe student environment. I you touch on a couple of important social dynamics that are at play here. And i'm of your generation blake. I'm also an elder alcohol. And i went to one of these schools in. I'll say that you know back in the two thousand. The early two thousands there was no social media at all or it was just very very new. But now it's ubiquitous and now you see gay people trans people online talking about their identity. Talking about how happy they are talking about the affirmation they receive. There are so many netflix shows with queer character is now and so for you know if i was back on campus and transported myself into this environment. Now i'd be. I'd be even more upset. You know or i feel even more attention because it's like whoa this. There is this possibility of happiness. And i don't have access to it and in fact if i tried to access any of that i could immediately be removed from my entire world. And you know this podcast. Expand gel goretti talks a lot about deconstruction. Imagine imagine being queer person attending herman unix class. Or i remember taking my bible courses. All these colleges have mandatory theology bible courses and you know. They're taught from an academic perspective or they're supposed to be taught from a critical perspective. And it makes you question your theological belief..

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"goretti" Discussed on Ayobami's Diary

Ayobami's Diary

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on Ayobami's Diary

"Cannot look all our posters ax. You guys are. All our posters are all teachers. All evangelists no no this pot when he sees do audience. Do all spooky tones talking about in the area of ministry by area ministered. All speaking know this girl has given us his spirit. I want the of sigma who is by speaking. And like i said it's for it's for individuality edification like you are defied. The when for instance is really mixed next. Number was conscious for rebound on. There's gonna be in the future to you guys. You know. I don jesse. I'm preaching in terms when the on believe about prayer. But i believe as the money can be able to stand because i'm preaching on supposed to be defined as people like i'm supposed to be impact those people by by pregnant homes down obeying defied so in that case when you are mission told that you got into pickup present for bait lingua by yourself. We are mentioned got always before it annoys before for you can always picks understand where you're praying for speaking tong. Fai indianapolis for your individual individual education talking to you so you can see gore job. Find the video so for all your ministry and intones in a public place. That should be an interpreter presents on less people. Think yeah food. Dish speaking dragons. I'm going to read that first. Corinthians fourteen for wisdom of eighteen. This long we really. What's it gonna try. Probably keep just get the point first. Screens is fourteen in fourteen. Eighty s. I think that is in your view. When you touch me. I would say listen but you need such meeting. What else p five understandable words to help others than ten thousand words in an giang follow me. Deborah consist has. Don't be charges in your undecided of these things. The innocent as because we united as is winning comes to evil. Bobby macho in matters of this kind is written. This crucial our our speaking to my people to stream languages and leaves foreigners but even then they will not listen to me says so you see that. Speaking in tongues is a sign not for believers but for on believe as prophecy prophecy. Our advice is for the benefit of believers unbelievable even so if unbelievable so people who don't understand these things come to come to church. Building are becoming to your church me tonight yet. Everyone speaking on they will think you are crazy but if all of you are prophesying we say of signing words known words but if all of you are prophesying on believers or people who don't understand these things come into your meeting. There will be convicted of cinema. George by what you see as the listen jessica torture be exposed on the will fold giannis and worship god declaring is truly here moans you well my brothers and sisters net. Summarize let summarize way you to get one we'll sing another teach our toll. Some special revelation good has given one will speak homes. That's public god. You want was basically tones and willing to please. This isn't a public middle church meeting. Everybody has diminished beginning tones. I know everybody's a everybody's a pastoral profits no boy as an individual. Let me expense you inexpensive way. When he's ministering tone should be an interpreter presence that walpole has pulled other reason without continue immigrants. he says was speaking want. You didn't have priests what he said but everything that is done well. This was the dawn to strength all of you. No one no more than soon. She's in terms speaking in tongues. They're the most famous peak one at the time and so on and so most interpret what is but if no one is present. What if if no one is where to contact the they must be silence your church speaking untold and see but if no one is present who can in south. They must be silent in your church. Mitten as speak in tongues to privately privately. I'm gonna stop there because that's his Paul is talking about he pressing out privates speaking in terms to god like i said when he's speaking tolstoy defiance took into you. Find yourself personable. Yeah now speaking in tongues public place in for ministry. There must be an interpreter. Everybody has the ability to get in barbecue. Away gives out. everybody has that ministry. Not everybody has that. Mr ministry gift ministry gives ministers. We are ministry when administering modern are possible. This was teaching. You understand what some people actually speaking tones on understand. That's when they design wtop isn't see. I hope you get points. What paul was saying for. Scranton's talk can be linked to postpone just fourteen stuck talking about the ministry keys and in that area the most buried up for them to top it. What has been saved because our mission to people are. Ministering you are munitions a fight like ministration just missed people spoi- up on at see. Imagine what it says if no one is praying to come top with they must be silencing your speech as we can speaking terms to go privately said that just. They're just wanted to say everyone. See we got has given us this good at giving this ability and you know we we have to receive the full of the disparate. No the salvation will the whole ministry of there's in john fourteen zero and our guide are comfortable. This comforter is our counselors are helper. The was received we believe as most received before ministry of the holy spirit's when someone is offering you something you have a choice to either. We see with rejected. Sunday's in could you guys receive the holy spirit. Tody we see because goretti what has offered the grass poured put him out. So you have to receive you as a receive and do not lack. Do not miss out on these great previous. As given every believer you must receive you have to receive on is very easy. Serie seen even by listen to this. 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"goretti" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Product Nice packaging inside the books logos on your side to wash it. Note you to political social nature discussion regarding spread discussion for his located. Okay it doesn't matter. Beer looks pretty cool. I wonder if they're gonna be able to watch those saudis in store. I would mind buying once. Buffet looks really cool away by face masks for him but you know apple farm would-be apple fan buoying. So yeah. that's the apple face. Mosque designed by the apple design team. Well so we have him to move on. This is quite funny Do you guys remember that Illegal rave that took place in bristol. Every was losing their minds of unsocial again. I think i've kind of changed my tone somewhat regarding plague raves and stuff like that of that nature i think just considering how shitty some governments have dealt with cove in general and considering the fact that all these raves seemed to keep happening regardless of the consequences are at stake in terms of high fines. the frame of imprisonment people. Just keep for him anyway. Which leads me to believe that there's something intrinsic the something so of Biological that we need to solve gathering place in know around strangers is so powerful human. dna That just draws things regardless of what's going to happen So if that's the case then those people go because you know you. And i are going but these people are gonna go regardless if they're gonna go make it safe maybe at least i don't know but we got this. This is a personal illegal rave teen claims raves. Aren't antilock there and the anti-capitalism guy who is it looks like a person that you'd expect a little as rave and he speaks the same way to mrs teenager who has fined two hundred pound off the attending halloween revelers j. claimed raves on antilock dante anti-capitalism as you'd have to pursue destroys court on tuesday february ninth the eighteen year old. George parsons again. Present the medium and put his full government namely will eat doing attendee illegal rave warehouse and eight Near bristol which checked his people with violence breaking out when the police arrived onto the scene one woman titles to being attacked by police. Doc okay see look at him. Violence erupted but in the personal hospice is because police doc. Typical spin on it Possible film leaving the call by the personal post reporter george goretti and set the following. This is the kid obviously attended a rave. Speak as you just left so and this early in the morning right and look how why. This kid sounds and this. This is a tweet from connor corner. Go garrity gogarty cobra tae plus it. He's tweet follows. Here's a conversation. I had with a man who had just been fired over a huge legal rave in yet. No me neva. So let's see this plane. Who used.

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"goretti" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on WJR 760

"Then we had folks like Chema a Colonna Goretti that as soon as she went off and testify, and she gave it brilliant testimony, and I am just took out all the false narratives of the culture trying to undermine America. She took them out one by one. And in response, what happened is that they put her address out on the Internet and just started blasting it. She had to get a state police escort to get back home that night. What That was. This was this was this two nights ago. This was last night. Last night last night coming back from I called my friends out of the Northfield Township, and I asked them that public safety to get public safety involved a protector. These guys and the other woman who was out there. Jessie and her husband, Uh, uh, Sonny. Um, we had We were praying over them before they went in there. Because they were so nervous about what would be happening to them in their family for getting up there and testifying to the truth, doctor who's making these threats. We? I don't know who's making them. They're all over the Internet. But you got, folks. Well, I can tell you specifically who made him against Monica Palmer, though we had over him, I'II show who was a state representative elect you docks, Monica Palmer's daughter told everybody where her daughter went to school. I want you to be concerned for her. And we also have Ned Stabler at Wayne State University is a vice president there, you know, Public university paid for by our star dollars, saying the most vile comments and then you got our own attorney General Dana Nessel threatening mate. What is she? I missed her Was that in the tweeter? She do it directly. Yes, she decided to go off and tweet because I haven't filed any charges with her because I'm so confident in her ability to go off and get to the bottom of the truth. Um, she's quit chastising me saying, you know, making these charges called back. There's something that is subject to criminal penalty if it's not the truth. And I can tell you it's the truth I've signed under after David, others assigning after David that penalty of perjury is Iran. I really shuttered even think because I think she's capable of actually trying to bring criminal charges against you. Petko back just because you're standing for what you believe is the law and his right and and having clean elections. I can really picture that from this attorney general. SATs and acts chapter for moment. We got people standing up and the reason they're doing those because they know the truth and they will not stop. So the truth is getting hurt. Patrick, Go back. Thanks so much for being with us, then for for standing up for for your constitutional rights and your obligations as a citizen to to make sure that things go right. We should all learn from you and I really appreciate you joining us again this morning. No, thank you Want Frank? Take care of that cold.

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"goretti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From our own correspondent after this bulletin, some striking moments captured during 2020 new life, old wounds and new fears in the United States. You were born on the third night of curfew and in the third month of the covert lockdown. You got your first lung fools of air. There's protestors across America chanted, I can't breathe in Nigeria, the official response to a wave of protests, the head of the National Human Rights Commission and the bellowing at us that everything is fine. The whole thing has an air of managed kills and a crackdown on news gathering and Biella Roose were ordered into a van and guarded by four Oman, right policeman. The vehicle speeds off through the city and arrives at a police station where were led down into the basement. That's from our own correspondent with me. Pascal Harta looking back on a turbulent year after this bulletin on BBC World News. BBC News. I'm John Shea. The European Union has begun a mass vaccination program to protect the 450 million people in the block against coronavirus in the Czech Republic. The Prime Minister Andrei Babish, was the first to receive the visor buy on tick vaccine at a hospital in Prague, while in Italy, Health workers in Rome were at the front of the queue. Nicola's in Goretti is the president off the lateral region known a female. It's not the end because there's still a long way to go. But this is the beginning of the end can be the beginning of the end. Today is a beautiful day. Germany, Hungary and Slovakia did not wait for the official start of the EU wide effort on began administering the vaccine soon after a seat after receiving it. On Saturday. Ah correspondent in Berlin Damon McGinnis, as more details on the German program. From today, most nursing homes will start getting the vaccine. Mobile teams will be sent out Those nursing homes toe make sure the most vulnerable to say first and then in the new year, a mass vaccination centers which have already been set up in Germany, and there in stadiums and concert halls, even in a couple of former airports. They will then be opened on do people throughout next year. We'll start getting invitations to go along his mass vaccination centers and get the jobs themselves. So by the summer, the government here says that most Germans should have had the opportunity to if they want have the vaccine themselves. Millions of Americans have lost unemployment benefits. Following the failure of President Trump to sign a massive covert relief bill into law by the midnight deadline, The president elect Joe Biden said it was an abdication of responsibility. Relief package providing $900 billion for pandemic relief includes emergency unemployment benefits for some 14 million people. Polling is underway in presidential and legislative elections in the Central African Republic. The vote has been overshadowed by a rebel offensive and U. N peacekeepers are patrolling the streets in the capital, Bangui. President Foster are charged toward ERA is seeking a second term in office. Camila form off, the French news agency FP in Bunky says there's little optimism about the poll. If you ask anyone here, any experts any control African people or any humanitarian mocha? They will all tell you that They don't see how this country could change in a positive way, because all the major issues that were the root of the crisis. We're not solved and the election, especially if they are rigged, or if a few people vote. These elections are not going to change anything. Voting has started in the presidential election in Asia, where voters are choosing a successor to Mahamadou Issoufou. He's stepping down after completing the permitted to terms handing over power to a democratically elected successor. Would be the first such peaceful transition in Asia is history. Well. News from the BBC. Police and federal agents in the American state of Tennessee have been searching the property, which they believe is linked to the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville. Police sources say the suspect may have been killed in the blast. Carrying out Edna tests on human remains found at the scene. Australia has sent its largest warship the helicopter carrier. Hmm. Yes. Adelaide along with 600 troops to Fiji to assist with disaster recovery efforts after Cyclone Yassa. Thousands remain in evacuation centers after the storm. It devastated northern and Eastern islands, causing flooding and landslides and killing four people. Bangladesh is expected to remove a second group of revenge of refugees to the remote island of Bashan Shaw in the coming days. The U. N says it's not being allowed to carry out a safety assessment off the new accommodation. Is Amber Hasan at a Rajan. Nearly a million dollars in your refugees will fled. Violence in neighboring Myanmar live in crowded camps in southeastern Bangladesh. The government says the facilities on Bosh and charred are better on the transfer will help reduce congestion in the camps in caucus bazaar. But humanitarian groups say the island emerged from the sea 1 20 years ago on it is prone to cyclones and flooding. Some refugee families say they are being forced to move, though the government denies the accusation. Eventually, the authorities want to relocate around 100,000 refugees to the island. Military helicopter has crashed in the Himalayan region of northern Pakistan, killing two soldiers on the two pilots onboard. The helicopter was transporting the body of a soldier to a military hospital in the remote town of Skardu. Eight bodies have been found in the album's range on the edge of the Iranian capital Tehran. As the search goes on for walkers and climbers missing in the mountains. At least seven others are unaccounted for, after heavy snowfall and strong winds caused avalanches. BBC news. You're listening to from our own correspondents here on the BBC World Service..

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"goretti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Al Goretti. Yes. Good morning, everybody. It feels good to be in. I haven't had coffee this early recently. So it's good to good to do that. Yes. Yes. Alice is here, producing Hope You're having an excellent Monday morning. You just heard in the news. Update from Fox. And maybe you saw it over the weekend that the British say they have discovered a variation of the Corona virus, and they think it is mortar ans miss a ble. And as a result, some of their European neighbors have shut off flights France and some of the others from Great Britain and you heard that sound bite from the governor of New York saying, Hey, we ought to be doing the same thing. But CNBC has a story right now, Eric. They have interviewed a number of top experts who say that all of the vaccines that we have approved already or about to be approved. Will be highly successful in fighting off this variation of the Corona virus. Well, that's good news. I'm glad to hear that, but because we all we all know that that viruses are going to change their going to mutate that this happens, you know, almost with a ton of viruses, and my thing is, is that If something like this happens again, do you think America has learned anything? Do you think we would do something different? What things be more effective somehow, like I fear for another one of these, So I mean, I'm ready for this vaccine. Mother Nature can throw us curve balls in the future. Yes, And we can try our best to be ready for him open to hit it out the park if it ever happens again, Yeah, these experts say that all of the vaccines will offer protection. They are confident of that They've been studying this variation that's been discovered by the British officials. Now. Some of these experts say that the vaccines will need to be updated at some point in the future just is the flu vaccine is updated. And changes over time, but they're they're confident that people will have protection. Yes, there are different variations of the flu different strains, so we want to make sure that we have every single thing covered, especially since this vaccine is still fairly new. It only you only covers this variation of covert 19. So it's gonna be. It's gonna be a while until we get it, But it'll be nice. The Texas Tribune has an in depth report. On how officials down in the valley have been enforcing their coronavirus rules. And I was not aware at how aggressive they have been since the spring in arresting people down there over 300 people arrested and jailed over 2000 receiving tickets for violating the orders. That is a very aggressive campaign. Now they point out in a lot of these cases, Eric where folks were arrested, police would would see them perhaps out past the end of a curfew and then discover wait a minute. They're they're violating some other law so they would go ahead and take them into jail. But with that kind of an approach, they ended up with 300 people jailed. This whole thing is messy over there in the valley there and and it's it's just I know that there's a ton of people that are completely against a curfew on argue how ineffective it is, and I will agree. Definitely. It's fairly ineffective to just keep people in at night. It just doesn't make sense because the virus doesn't just stay out at night. But, uh, something needed to be done. However. Resting people just seems like a little too much well in and even with the lockdown in the arrests, the Valley still has been hit very, very hard. One of the most hard hit areas. Ah, lot of these arrests came in the early part of the pandemic when we didn't know is much about it right. Local officials down there said. Hey, we've got to get a handle on this thing. If we need to arrest people, let's do it so they haven't and now some of these people, according to this story in the Texas Tribune Have piled up some pretty hefty fines. 1000 bucks two grand? Yeah, for being jailed and violating the ordinances. That stimulus is gonna go fast with all of us finds that being thrown at you but again. Being arrested two and being out of work. I don't know. I saw one guy was in jail for a few days because they got him for public intoxication as well with the curfew, So I don't know, I I personally would probably be for another lockdown if those levels got like that place. But completely anybody remember the beginning of the lock down when he was sick? I was scared, too, like, drive out and about, you know, And it wasn't because of the drugs and weapons I keep on me at all times. It was it was just because I thought this was a locked out. Thought we were all in on this. Surely people are are surveying other surveilling other people, but It wasn't that intense Howland and the lockdown so really now in my view, inflict more harm than good. They do a lot more damage. When when you have really severe lockdowns. What When businesses and everything are undoubtedly things are going to be affected, But the main goal was to get those numbers down. This story says. By comparison, Austin Has issued six tickets since the beginning of the pandemic up to right now six tickets. Compare that with the cities in the valley, where they have issued 2000 tickets. Well, I mean, is it because our police went a little lighter? Or is it because our citizens took the seriously? I think it's a little of both. All right, 7 11 will get you up to date with traffic and weather coming up just ahead..

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"goretti" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of nominees. It is San Francisco Mayor London Breed whose name sounds like a band name. London Breed reportedly dined at the pricey French laundry restaurant in Napa just three days before banning indoor dining in her own city. And I believe that it was the day after given new Cellini was at that fancy party at the same restaurant at that restaurant stain pretty busy with officials who were closing restaurants all over the place. There. There's several details of this that are absolutely charming. Um Oh, what's that's the wrong version of the story? Hang on a second immediate back to it? Yeah, the mayor. Dined with seven other people, including socialite Goretti Low, Louis who was celebrating her 60th birthday. I've applied again and again for a job as a socialite, and they just they never called me back. Now, just in general, you take the pandemic out of it. Should your elected officials be going to the nicest restaurants in the world. Why? Why did why? Why would your public servants Be going to the nicest restaurant will restaurants you never dream of going to write. Why were there when their friends have birthdays? They have him at the most expensive restaurants in the world. And what's hilarious is this London breed woman is to the left to Trotsky. I mean, she is absolutely that progressive aggressive, that is a funny angle of it. You gotta be crazy, connected or wealthy to go to these places right? And she's dining with a socialite, the most expensive restaurant in certainly in California. The fanciest restaurants in the world now, Ah, the big question is whether the mayor dined outdoors or indoors and her spokes person described the table is open air. But San Francisco Chronicle on the other hand, said it was similar to the indoor outdoor room where Newsome made on November 6th, which sure Looked indoors to me, but it's not clear how many households were there. It's not clear exactly the outdoorsy ness of it, and it doesn't appear to be in strict violation of that county's rules. So let's move on to our second nominee if we're ready for that, but the spirit of it for crying out loud. You're closing restaurants because it's so damn dangerous, But you personally go and then again, the kind of restaurant you go to when people are suffering like that. You just don't care about people. You're not a public servant that cares about people when you're doing that openly. I long for the day when a puppy and like you could be whipped in the street for your insolence. Boy. That's the quote from London Breed whipped in the street. I'm God. On the other hand, Jack, That's not our only nominee. Congratulations. It's an honor just to be nominated. For Mayor Hancock of Denver. His story is one that will shock and thrill you. Michael and Captain mayor of Denver has come up in covert times for his hypocrisy and on pronouncements more than once since making national headlines for hopping on an airplane to Mississippi to visit his wife and youngest daughter for Thanksgiving. After urging everyone to refrain from traveling. Mayor Michael and Cox Office an apology email the city staff on Monday admitting he was wrong to city staff, but not the people. First. I want to say that my decision was unwise and hypocritical, a mistake that I deeply want to apologize for. I like this a new apology thing. Where if you just state your crime Somehow you get with myself a liar and a jackass of a.

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"goretti" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Too, is they now have and don't know what there was this case my way. Phil Valentine. How you doing? They have 14 is when they have 14 congressional district. Seven or Republican and seven, a Democrat. So my understanding from talking to folks out if this thing were to go to the house in each congressional delegation votes, and they voted, and it was 7 to 7, they wouldn't get a vote. Would be interesting, wouldn't it? Here's something else interesting. Speaking of Michigan Another witness to Michigan. Voter fraud in Wayne County has come forward to share her story. This from the gateway pundit. And I'm going to try to pronounce her name. And I'm sorry if she's listening that I if I butchered a name, but Huma Helena Goretti. Kalinic already has said that she observed the ballot count and never saw a single trump ballot, which raised her suspicions that the vote was fraudulent. She described illegal ballots and actions in Wayne County that delivered the Michigan election for Donald Trump from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. She saw ballots that remarked in such a way that should have disqualified them from being processed, but they were counted anyway. She says. Every time they would scan the ballot, nothing would come up in the system. The system was the qualified voter file, which is the registration of legal voters. So when they scanned it, it would say, Are there legal voters here? No. And then they were entering the names of the people manually in assigning them. A poll number The observed ballots were missing a date of birth required under state law. When she brought this up to the proper authorities on site. They told her that the clerk's office had already made sure that all of the ballots were valid before they were sent. Later, they told her, according to Ah, Alana Grady's statement. To the Wayne County clerk's office had verified a birthdate on a ballot that had none for a voter who was not in the qualified voter file. We were told The clerk's office verified both the signature and the date of birth for ballots. It did not have them, she says. She knows it's the same exact signature on many of these illegal ballots, the same person sign him over no signing over signing over and over. Says. I took one step forward to see the dates on the ballots, they said November space no date then 2020. Upon asking the supervisor about these UNDATED and improperly dated ballots, she was told they were just doing their job. She reports seeing sequential ballots there were suspicious and obviously faults and asking yourself. How are the numbers all next to one another? Something's not going right here. Identical signatures, no dates and now the same Siri's of voters all voting for Biden. These ballots were tabulated. According to her. I never saw a single vote for Trump. Even the military ballots were all for Biden. We were four people who went and only one of us Oi Trump ballot and the two days we were there, supervisors refused to record the lawful challenges by her and her colleagues. Even though Detroit is reliably democratic support for Trump was high enough where she claims, if true, seemed to be statistically unlikely without the presence of fraud that there were No. Zero Votes for Trump and one of the other workers said they saw one Polls suggested trump support among African Americans and black folks. Was it about? 19% exit survey said Trump had 12% support with black nationwide. Wayne County, Michigan, is 38.7% black Detroit's 82% black among its estimated 667,000. 272 population. 52% of military veterans said they were planning to vote to re elect Trump yet not one ballot, except maybe one was for Trump. Now, here's the interesting thing. The gateway funding was able to chronicle this from this woman who signed an affidavit and said she witnessed voter fraud. Where's B s NBC? Where CNN. They say prove it. And you have ladies like this who saw this over and over again and they won't even talk to him because they say it's all lies. Quick time out. We'll be back after this information, Fuel opinion driven super talk 99 7. From the W T and News Center. I'm Pamela for with your top stories more as easy Football games have been canceled because of covert 19 this weekend, ESPN College football reporter Heather Den Itch points out. The case is causing cancellations this weekend could affect the following week's games as well. It's important to remember that players who are quarantined are out for 14 days. It doesn't matter what lead you play in. Ur sidelined for our national health guidelines for 14 days, you cannot test out of that. So the question then becomes what does next week look like any SEC? How many of these players are out for another Saturday because of quarantine issue? Tennessee's attorney general is joining an effort to get the U. S. Supreme Court to look into the way Pennsylvania handled the election, 17 says. Herbert Slater re signed a document from Oklahoma, which has a problem with Pennsylvania's Supreme Court, setting a new deadline for absentee ballots three days after Election Day due to Cove in 19. Oklahoma's brief wants to make sure absentee.

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"goretti" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"goretti" Discussed on KCRW

"C, which could lead to further evacuations and planned power outages. So count Edison cut power to some areas yesterday and says additional outages could be in the works today. In person. Classes for thousands of students might be back in session soon in L. A county. That's because the Board of Supervisors has approved less restrictive requirements for schools to seek waivers. Meanwhile, in the city of Long Beach, one private school has reopened its doors as case here. W's Daniel cheer Aguayo's reports 6 Ft of distance between classmates mask wearing and plastic dividers. Best new reality facing dozens of kindergartners, 1st and 2nd graders at ST Maria Goretti Catholic in Long Beach this week. There's some of the latest students back at school for in person instruction after being approved for an educational waiver, and now even mawrtians might also return to in person instruction. The newly approved policy would let elementary schools apply for a waiver without a letter of support from Employeesunions. Falzon earlier announcement that L. A county will approve school spring back 25% of its students to get high needs kids back into the classroom, including Children with disabilities or English language learners. Last week, four schools in L. A county were approved for reopening three for private. Under current state guidelines. Campuses can't widely reopen until account has been in the less restrictive red tear for 14 days. L. A County still sits in the purple tear California's most restrictive cove in 19 transmission. Tear case. R W I'm Danielle to Uruguay. Oh, Support for NPR comes from the size Simms Foundation since 1985 supporting advances in science, education, the arts towards a fairer, more just society. More informations available it Sy Syms Foundation daughter work. It's 707. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington, D C and I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. A cove it storm is on the rise. That grim new warning comes from the governor of Illinois. Texas is another place suffering. With many new cases, Residents of El Paso have been asked to stay home for two weeks to prevent cases from overwhelming hospitals there. We're going to take a closer look this morning at Wisconsin, Rural parts of that state are being hit very hard. Theresa Weiler is a nurse. She supervises the covert unit at Marshfield Medical Center in central Wisconsin. We're busy who've been it's almost a rotating door here. We either send somebody home or they leave, and then we get somebody else in a bed right away..

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"goretti" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.

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How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

Latina to Latina

03:25 min | 2 years ago

How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.

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"goretti" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Father Wave Nieces. Who's a member of the fathers of mercy? Missionary Preaching Religious Congregation based and Auburn Kentucky. He is a contributing writer for the National Catholic Register. Our Sunday visitor late witness and Russian ranch men publications. Father Wade has also hosted several television series for e WTN also the popular host of WTN's Global Catholic radio network. Open line Tuesday. He's the author of the four. Last things CATA chemical guide to death judgment eminent. How Father Wade Manila's we go inside? The pages of overcoming the evil within reality of sin and the transforming power grace and mercy like eat. Wtn publishing we now begin part two of our conversation with father. Wait Minnesota's do I just love this book father and it? Can you help us for those out? There who may not understand the difference between being convicted as you said and being accused because there is a voice of an accuser. That is one we have to be careful not to listen to the funny thing is the voice of the accuser is the same voice of the one who leads us into and after those few moments maybe of Of Sinful Bliss whatever the sin was venial or mortal He then points his finger at us and laughs at us that we send and yet. He's the very one who led us into the sin so he he's. He's the unjust one. He's the father of all lies. He's the devil he's Satan. He's the fallen angel. And all you need to do is look to the four. Last things My first book to read all about him And how he wants us up to be a part of his kingdom his kingdom is called Hell and how he wants us to be a part of his kingdom and not go. God's Kingdom the reality is that sin can always be forgiven. The church fathers tell us there's only one unforgivable sin the sin against the Holy Spirit which Jesus teaches us about in scripture and the church fathers interpreted that unforgivable. Sin The sin of final EM- penitence final unrepentant at the moment of death And it's not because of the church or because of our Lord that you're finally penitent it's because of you yourself. Your remaining hardened you're the one who's hard and you're the one who's not open to God's mercy that's why called the so-called sin against the Holy Spirit again it it's called the so-called Senegalese Spirit Not Because of Holy Mother Church no holy mother. Church sent the priest to your bedside at the nursing home to hear your final confession to give you holy inadequate your final holy communion to give you the so-called last rites to give you the apostolic pardon and you rejected at all. That's the sinophile and Penitence. Okay that's the so called sin against the Holy Spirit which the church fathers in their exegesis. Scripture identified the so-called independence and other than that Sinn other than that sin caused by the person himself or by the person herself. There is no thin. That can't be forgiven as long as you're willing to be penitent. As opposed to being impotent any sin can be forgiven and this is the greatness of the of the mercy of God and again this is. This is why The daily examiner so to close it whether the particular examiner midday or the general examined at the end of the day to close it with an act of contrition. I think what plays into this too. Chris is having a feel fear of God. As opposed to a servile fear of God. Feel fear of God comes from the Latin feel use which means son or daughter or child literally it means son but it also the nuance means child. We went to have a child like fear of God which is the fear of not wanting to disappoint our parent. Why because not not? Because we're fearful of punishment coming no has nothing to do with punishment a filial fear of God has to do with not wanting to disappoint why precisely because we know our parent loves US whereas servile fear of God is very servile like a servant under under taskmaster servile. Fear of God is the fear precisely of punishment I know a punishment coming. And that's why I don't WanNa go against my my taskmaster but God's not taskmaster God God calls us to repentance so we wouldn't have a field fear of God instead of a survey of God. What if your childhood has you have as an adult now? A very wounded Relationship with your father because of how you were raised because maybe your father was a task master. So that's GONNA lead you to have a very scrupulous look or fear of God. Or you're gonNA see God in the same way. Well you need to come over. You need to overcome that in this in your relationship with your biological father so that it doesn't affect your relationship with your heavenly father. God wants to have a relationship with him. The fear of not wanting to disappoint precisely because we know that he loves us. God does not want to have a servile fear of him precisely because we think of punishment coming so again we need to have good self knowledge. We WanNa grow in the virtues. We WanNa shun the vice to become healed. I talked for example in the book about the difference between the three categories of issues dependencies and full blown addiction. And I make it clear in the book that I'm talking about these. Three categories strictly a pastoral perspective a pastoral point of view. I am not a clinician. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a psychologist or a psychiatrist. I talk about these three categories for a specifically pastoral point of view and how each one leads to another In issue can lead you to a dependency and a dependency can lead you to full blown addiction. So the need to be healed. Ta We need to have a good self. It's interesting that Saint Thomas Clients who taught us that Guilt is is the loss of integrity of soul. And the souls recognizing that fact is the intellectual faculty of the soul of itself. The collection is Saint Thomas also teaches very beautifully that the first step needed to grow in holiness. The first step needed to grow in personal sanctity. And we're all called to become great saints. The first step needed to grow in holiness. The first step needed to grow and sanctity is good self knowledge. You have to know yourself. And then He. He defines that what he means by that good. Self knowledge is knowing admitting your virtues to grow in them but self-knowledge is also the opposite of that good self knowledge is also about knowing and admitting your vices to help root them out of your life to get rid of them. That's what self knowledge is knowing it. Admitting your virtues to advance them knowing and admitting your vices to uproot them so we need good self knowledge and hopefully this book will lead to Greater Self Knowledge on the part of the individual. There's not a saint. That doesn't tell us that I mean any especially the great saints while they're all great because their saints but all of them. I implore us to have that kind of self knowledge. Don't they came? Oh absolutely you know when you read the lives of the saints for example you know like a good daily reader that that's how I coul- I coul- so many quotes from the saints in that. I read their their their lives so often and I particularly love like a fifty two week reader where you just take one saints life a week. It's maybe ten or twelve pages and you read it throughout the week or even a three hundred sixty five day reader of the saints. The lives of the saints were each saints. Life is just the page to page and a half. It's such a wealth of information on the lives of the saints especially the saints that shared the same state in life as U Whether again whether single married or religious now we benefit from reading the life of anything but when I read the lives of the saints I pay particular attention to those saints who were priests and on top of that especially religious order priests okay lived under a rule why because. I share the same state in life with them so the saints lived in the Modern World of their time just as I live in the modern world of of my time. If they did it I can do it. They are my exemplar so so when you read the lives of the saints frequently like getting like a fifty two week reader. Condensed or daily reader. Convince guess what you learn. Very quickly Chris you learn that the saints were just like us the saints we're not goody two shoes. The saints had their Faux Pause. The saints had their issues dependencies addictions. But here's the thing. The saints overcame those issues dependencies in addictions the saints overcame. Therefo- pause the saints started to grow in virtue by returning to the sacraments and returning to the church. And this many times after a long year lapse the Saints Return Look at Saint Augustine one of the preeminent doctors of the Church one of the thirty six doctors of the Church Self admitted less static. He tells all in his confessions confessions of Saint Augustine. He fathered a child out of wedlock. At age seventeen. He lived with a woman for twenty three years whom he never married and All the while during those same twenty three years left behind him a string of discarded mistresses and yet. He had a massive conversion at age thirty. The people proclaimed him the Bishop of Hippo at age thirty three three years later after his conversion Rome approved the proclamation of the people naming him bishop and Today he's one of the greatest saints of the Church. This former self admitted less static specifically. He's one of the doctors of moral theology. How awesome is that? He's also known as the doctor of grace but he's also known as a doctor of moral theology along with Alphonsus Liguori so this is the glory of being Catholic. The this is glory being Catholic. How about Maria Goretti dead from fourteen stab wounds by the lust addict l? Asandra Sarah Alley and she forgave him before she died. You know so so. We got the lives of the saints to look to to see how to pull ourselves up from out of the Mire. You know and to advance forward. You know the the mistake we can make some times father away. Don't you think that when we do read the lives of the Saints and I love reading? The license of the saints is that we think well. I can't be like them and I think what they would say to. Us Is of course you can't you need to be you in. It is possible by our example. We want to encourage you. We're we're the great cloud of witnesses. Were cheering you on. But to be the best that you can be in the way that God meant you to be. And that's what makes you and that makes you a saint right. That's right according to your temperament according to your personality traits we're all gonna be different. They get their consistencies that were all called to regardless of our personality traits and temperament recalled to shun sin recall to advance virtue. We're called to be temperament call to be joyful. Recall to be loving so saint. Thomas Talks about the four temperaments the choleric the flag matic the sanguine.

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"goretti" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"Going to definitely get to at. The Kara moment is reported a one tomatoes by eight percent on rotten tomatoes. Yeah people giving it praised. The movie overall like a six point five out of ten like overall so people. That don't like the movie but I can don't understand why because it's got again sated at heavy metal and boobs and goal and so much goal is you. Could you could say Gore about three times? Goal goal goal. It's like candyman at this point to go three times in the mirror and in-depth Gaza the DVD of get deaf. Guys will be thrown into my face. There's loads they'll some things that some reviews say. I'M GONNA SAVE. What they say right now. While my favorite one is Gaza plums literally plums the blood splattered depths of a grind house goal with enough getty Lee and satisfying John. R- enthusiasts look. How can be thrilled for? And it's true if you like horror movies are ridiculous. This is totally up your bag. A little bit. How Evil Dead Works? You also got things like shamelessly low brow reaching a beer. Fueled gleeful high as Zombie. Person's sex toys battle is a very metal tribute to grant tradition of Kit of Kiwi splatter-comedy which is true. This is swollen. The same trend of things like Peter Jackson on so and so forth with things like bad taste. I'm Brian J brain dead kind of all these movies from new New Zealand with just the weirdest splatter Gore however and this is the thing that it's been said the minute there's rumors for a sequel. Really there's room for sequel okay. I don't know how there'll be a sequel okay. The sequel tied was called Death Chasm to goal. Magadan one was reveal party. The idea for it was revealed in December two thousand fifteen to be in production on the topic of it. He says literally more Gore in the first ten minutes that the entire movie combined right. He mentioned this right in the entire. I mean we combine. That sounds insane right. How in the first ten minutes? You're GONNA have that much cool because there's a lot of Gordon's movie. If you kind of like the first one this will make your head implode promise. There's been no news since the announcement right point about feel like maybe they got the script going but it never got off the ground. Neither that does sound lie was happened. It sounds like they're on a high from the first movie. It will seem positive. Lightly could get a second one so the start Ryan and maybe they couldn't get off the ground shave thing is though is Very Gore. That makes the movie better than the other continues to battery with goal. You just have to make another good movie. I just put Goretti but don't expect the Tet bits and say it's like if you peaked too early. Lie that what are you going to do with the rest of the move? My question is how do you remember when we reviewed Hobo with a shotgun? Yeah and how the very first gory? Death with the whole like Cau- had been pulled like in the fucking thing was so tremendous and then you constantly watch the movie thinking how the fuck are going to top it. The movie did top itself like several times. I'm calling from as very high standard. Yeah Struggle Book but the thing. Is that my goal is kind of like zoll sting. Yes I always like over. The shotgun did manage top itself goal wise throughout the entire movie. But at the same time you kind of like poof. Working.

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"goretti" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

14:29 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Welcome back to the zero hour this is Richard R. J. at scale awhile back I got a comment on social media that said you know you ought to spell your last name was more often because those of us who listen on radio or on the podcast as opposed to TV or YouTube I may not know exactly how to find them later well I'm gonna spell my next guest's name because I think you may want to find her once we're done talking her name is makayla Wilson makayla is spelled M. C. K. A. Y. L. A. R. last name Wilson W. I. L. K. E. S. now McKayla Wilkes is running as a Democrat for Congress in Maryland's fifth fifth district you should also know that the fifth district in Maryland now where I have a number of family myself is currently that seat is currently occupied by sandy point or one of the most powerful mainstream some might even say establishment Democrats in Congress he is basically number two in the power structure so I'm going to ask her about herself and about why she's running now I guess Steny Hoyer so without any further ado makayla Wilson thanks so much for coming on the program thank you all for having me it's great to have it now let's start with this most many of our listeners won't know anything about shoe and his city would briefly describe who you are and why you're running for Congress so I decided to run for Congress based off of my own life experiences being directly impacted by a college the Pacific we help ensure health quality and the criminal justice system in which our founding he was a juvenile and also as an adult it initially because I was living in poverty I decided to challenge them in court here because this is someone who directly impacted me by her policy decisions and some one who can unlock it for so long but then the little for our community so I there's a lot to unpack there but basically and I I want to get into a little bit of it in the next few minutes but McHale what's then and so you are in or have read about you you have a job like most people but unlike a lot of people who run for office if you are a working person then you you know as you say even counted the criminal justice system allows family member on nine eleven in the Pentagon you're kind of value my impression of you although we've never spoken before is that your regular troops and personnel right you're not a politician type person and that eight I know we can be tough if you're not for example a lawyer who has a practice is bringing in a lot of money for your your not so a business person or something with that will you know wealthy business making you wealthy whatever it's hard to run for office isn't it because you got out you need a job you need to do the things that people do so how do you balance all of that I'm in Europe so it's definitely been a lot of multi tasking I have a very supportive family who had seen you transition throughout my life and that is what that is willing to do anything to help me be the voice for my community but the good news is that actually tomorrow on Valentine's day is the last day that I will be working my job and I will be campaigning full time until the primary in April well congratulations on that now your platform is very very very progressive I would say I think his board I'm looking at it now homes guarantee Medicare for all green new deal a lot of the things we believe in the black agenda LBT LGBTQ plus issues women's rights are you know it's a platform I enthusiastically support for sure how did you come by this is just again out of your life experience yeah a lot of it stems from my life experience but it also opened for me just being a regular person and being how policy not only affect me but affects like everyone in my community and so we drew out this expensive platforms because we don't want to leave anyone out wanna be as inclusive as possible being a regular person and saying how policy affect regular people every day so you mention two and a half and and I'm curious about this you mentioned that among your regular life experiences was you know some I I forget exactly how you put it in we can we talk with the KOLs candidate for Congress in Maryland's fifth district and you know criminal encounters with the criminal justice system as a teenager I was curious about that because I I I might be interested in contrasting it with my elbow what was that what's that about how does that inform your criminal justice plan for yeah well when I was about fourteen or fifteen I got thrown into the criminal justice system after my aunt died in the September eleventh attacks you with the Pentagon it just I read a whole different kind of way I begin you know the thing very rebellion it's getting cool running away from home just hanging with the wrong crowd I was essentially at one point diagnosed with our clinical depression after my aunt had passed and I got no support from anyone applicants needing at least welcome with open arms the conflict after attempts I wish shackled and handcuffed and taken off to jail it's been cool and that helped me to shape my platform for criminal justice reform because it was at that young age that I realized that we needed a comic actor batch that offered rehabilitation and restorative justice incarceration and exploitation so let me let me tell you another reason why I agree with you a thousand percent McHale oaks and that's by contrast in my own experience with yours okay now granted when I was fourteen fifteen sixteen it was much earlier on that according to the calendar bye here's what happened so I had problems with drugs I had problems with mood staff I was kicked out of one school for all about starting again when I was fourteen different triggers but not in the same behavior but what happened to me when I got in trouble when I was named on a list of potential drug dealers my county whatever it was you know what happened to me instead of going to jail was the sheriff called my dad okay so we're lot of us are I think on my side of this experience have to stop and pause and say not only the injustices of the situations and someone like you is Facebook to contrast it with we are only in you know these examples from I think everyone might have most people would have something like that maybe not as a courageous as my case by you know the difference between getting shackled and chained and having the sheriff call your dad is a little bit different you know so I holy you know I'm first one sorry bout the experience you went through I know how tough it is I'm glad to hear out of it I'm sorry you had to bump into the criminal justice system here too and by the way just inside before we continue makayla it strikes me as interesting that the three presidential candidates now being put up as if you will the defense is going to get the kind of politics you and I represent are booted judge Bloomberg and Klobuchar's all of whom have problematic histories with criminal justice as it affects our racial minorities in this country I mean I feel like that's not a coincidence what do you think I feel the same I feel exactly the same way you do okay so that's something we need to be talking about as as a country so let's talk a little bit about your opponents Steny Hoyer is very powerful he's been around a long time he's got that silver hair that you see when there's like a powerful congressman like in like I don't know twenty four or something some TV show what made you decide to run against the New York are you that what was it that what what was it that made you decide to run against them yes I'm a policy and just you know realizing that this is someone who's been in office for ten years almost ten years longer than I have been born sh and our community is still suffering you know I have people one of my friends have been homeless for the past ten years because she's been forced to live in poverty because she with the visibility at that than I would want to live in poverty because I was getting government assistance sh and then when I got a job making seven dollars and fifty cents an hour eight Dr I've been a bit because I get that look the fish in the bath and company to live off batch according to the government anywhere from one who signed off on every single crime bill that has ever been image and he's even doubled down on that by failing to address the war on drugs that disproportionately affecting black and brown people including myself who was once arrested for the possession of marijuana sharmini double down on that by bill saying that he considered not wanted to be a gateway drugs and not supporting it being legalized on the federal level and so it is this in a combination of jazz me failing that though our community has been completely forgotten I mean any boy if you go to your website she has no platform for affordable housing whatsoever or housing platform at any time which is very disappointing because affordable housing almost completely nonexistent sh in our district I'm just saying how he be technical representative that is out of touch with the community because he has no ties to our community and I do that's why I decided to challenge any lawyer because we need someone within the community to fight for our community now McHale worlds I've talked to other people who have challenged a primary powerful Democrats from the left okay maybe not as powerful Liz Stanley black pretty powerful and some of them have told me a story about first of all how the candidates there's the meaning the their opponents or their staff or somebody in the Democratic Party will give them a combination of really don't want to do that because people are gonna like kia and you're not gonna make it I mean some of the stories honestly sound a little gangsters while we might be able to fix you up with a nice little something in the party here there if you don't rock the boat but if you do now it's not gonna work out well for you have you been in have you experienced anything like that yeah absolutely I was actually approached by one of our state delegates in my district who work who worked very closely with Steny Hoyer we were at a community event and she called me to the side and she basically gave me a whole speech about why I shouldn't be running and barking Goretti meant everything and basically told me that I needed to wait my turn and with the Pakistani boy after being in office for a long C. mobile gamma camera works when you know that that's when the trees get leaves me speechless every time I wait your turn I mean this is not like musical chairs right it is not like you know Disney world where you went online they tell you you've got forty five minutes ago this that people are dying right and left in the country at the people are dying from lack of health I don't have to tell you people are dying in the criminal justice system or die for lack of health care they're dying from homelessness and if you're not doing about it something about it as an incumbent elected official you know this is not a birthright you've got it's something you know if people like what you're doing it's a democratic small D. democratic principle that they can run against you on let voters decide so that that's the truth I'm sorry to go off and that just drives me nuts when I hear back yeah yeah so do you any word on how you might be doing in this primary I know polling in that kind of thing is expensive it's sometimes hard to come by in a primary race where turnout matters can change results so much but any sense of how you're doing I think that we are doing fantastic I mean I think that we really have a shot at it and the data that we have showed that more than half of the people that we speak to are very strong support for us and would like to cast their vote as opposed to any lawyer I wish show that that'll be talked to as many people as we can that we can wet sh not only that a very fun fact and what I know that we're on track to win this **** because no primary challengers Denny Hoyer has ever raised over six thousand one hundred and twenty five dollars sh since nineteen ninety eight the year I was born that's the last time anyone ever raised over that amount this campaign has raised over a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and we haven't even reached April yet I mean our moment in the continuously growing we just hit six thousand doors in two days the past weekend so I would say that the campaign is going fantastic you just have to continue the movement should talk as many people as we can and I see you've got endorsements from a lot of my friends and friends of the listeners of this program brand new Congress metro.

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"goretti" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To challenge him face off in the morning president trump is heading to the Midwest also but not quite as far west here's Bob Costantini the president is heading off to Milwaukee for a campaign rally at a venue across the street from where Democrats will hold their convention in July not coincidentally the badger state is going to be a battleground Mr trump wanted by a little more than twenty two thousand votes in twenty sixteen out of three million past he was the first GOP winner there since nineteen eighty four the latest in the Springfield email scandal is an annual unusually strong statement by governor Pritzker at his morning news conference today this from a claim email is emblematic of a culture that has been poisonous in Springfield for far too long those who protected the culture those who tolerate it those who promote it will have to answer for their role in it now ghost pay rolling as was alleged in the email is a crime rape is a crime and covering it up or using it as a political weapon is disgusting I expect everybody in state government and any lobbyist who has information to come forward and if an investigator contact someone they should and ask them to cooperate they should cooperate at you not to put a small grandma grin on their face and to laugh what about not cooperating like Mike McLean did and further more anyone who thinks that it's okay to talk about these things are like you there in a crime syndicate doesn't belong in Springfield anymore we need to change that appear to be targeting house speaker Mike Madigan but he has not been implicated so far the archdiocese of Chicago is closing five schools to save money here's Mikhail the schools are Saint Louis to Merrill act in the Grange park St Collette in rolling meadows Saint Jane to show and tell in Chicago St Joseph in round lake in Saint Maria Goretti in Schiller park a statement released by the superintendent of Catholic schools says in part quote we are committed to making the transition caused by these closures as seamless as possible the schools are all slated to close by the end of the year Mikhail W. L. essay M. eight ninety news Chicago police force says it has received applications from twenty three people who want to become the city's next police superintendent here's rob Moore tear the board president says the applications were sent in by job seekers from across the nation as well as locally the superintendent post became vacant in December when mayor Laurie Lightfoot fired then police superintendent Terry Johnson she said Johnson lied about an October drinking and driving incident former Los Angeles police chief Charlie Beck is serving as interim Chicago police superintendent until a permanent replacement is picked rob our tear eight ninety WLOS news Chicago aldermen have rejected a proposed one hundred twenty five thousand dollar legal settlement for a woman who witnessed the fatal shooting of a Kwan mac Donald by Chicago police officer alma Benitez font a federal lawsuit in twenty sixteen alleging investigators try to pressure her into changing her account of the shooting in twenty fourteen that lawsuit was settled in November of the Chicago Tribune reports of some older men question why the city should pay the tests are lawsuit could now proceed to trial in the city could settle with her for a hundred thousand dollars or less an amount that does not require city council's approval is forced the Blackhawks take on the Sanderson on a wall the bulls are off today W. Ellis news time right now five oh five the news sponsored in part by the mortgage experts have team Hochberg online at fifty six Dave dot com take a look at the rose.

"goretti" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Low enrollment and financial difficulties for the upcoming closures of state change the channel in Chicago St Louis in lagrange St Maria Goretti in Schiller park Saint Joseph in round lake and of St Collette in rolling meadows students and workers left find new campuses to attend after the end of this twenty nineteen twenty twenty school year a statement by the archdiocese says in part it'll be working with each to help them find places that other Catholic schools victim on WGN news teachers in Bremen high school district two twenty eight says they'll go on strike at the end of the month after more than a year and a half of contract talks the district operates Hillcrest high school in Country Club hills Bremen high school in Midlothian oak forest high school and Tinley park high school both sides met with a federal mediator last month I hope the announcement of a strike date would prompt contract talks to resume forty four years and a day after sixteen year old Pamela matter was found dead in Lyle her murder has been solved police say they never stop looking for her killer and today they announce DNA evidence linked her murder to a man who is no stranger to violence here's to page county state's attorney Robert Pearland and they identified a person of interest Bruce Lindahl who is deceased police say Linda was a serial killer and also rape several women he died at the age of twenty nine while trying to murder another man Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell take another swipe at house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the integrity of the impeachment investigation on the Senate floor today below his house was not sending the center of thorough investigation they were just tossing up a jump ball I'm hoping that the political winds.

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"goretti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The Callaway certainly largely based on the final month of the season and we alert you know might be what the ways last couple starts is gonna have gone here we'll okay maybe pitch himself out of the Mets future plans they could also pigeons of into it and I think you just have to understand what he is I've never been a big fan of Zack Wheeler but even at this point I still think that he's better than a lot of the other options out there and you just understand that he's never going to be degrasse he's never going to be sending guard even at its peak he's not those guys he will be inconsistent L. drive you crazy but he's a decent career decent for you need arms fall the rotation so maybe Wheeler mom will be in the mess to to plans but I do think now that Strom is under contract you know he's going to be here next year they basically have four of the five year the ground center guard mats instrument I go anywhere I mean barring some kind of crazy shaken up trade in the offseason I can't imagine that doing that now after with the scene from Syndergaard so you've been waiting for for years now is not the time I mean I guess you could make the argument now is the time to trade in at peak value come all season but I would be doing that I'd be looking to add to this club which is shocked because a couple months ago on the ball all thing up nobody is worth anything get rid of them all of the ground but no they they have a bright future here could they do better with the manager and maybe upgrade and certain other areas where this team to get over that hump because right now they're just not good enough then again the Yankees are matter what they do over the final month of the season this was once here is where I thought that they could be tested here they want to add a three from the Dodgers now goes back to being okay they're fine doesn't matter what happened in Seattle when they come home against Oakland in taxes the Yankees right now it's all about getting LD staying healthy and seeing if they could perform in the Posies gaining postseason experience for the young guys but really at the same time you know for the guys who haven't experienced that whole last year in limited action even to get guys we we mentioned and do our and tore as so and you are obviously not here right now tore as it has some experience of maybe sex you'll be better for him they got lemay use experience with Iraqis although we didn't have success in Colorado in the post season a frustrating offense for that team in the postseason George and Goretti in our shows get going to get yeah I would assume more playing time now that he's ever going to see in the post season that he's ever seen before you would think the Yankees even when healthy you're still gonna find a way to get him in there but it's all about the postseason for this team and you hope that the paging get hold of eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six your calls on the other side Yankees Mets Andrew luck taking whatever you feel like discussing preseason football as we get set for the regular season and a couple weeks right now the update here's our cell he took two of three for the Dodgers over the weekend in.

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"goretti" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"goretti" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Dot com. Their days. I love to broadcast. This is one of them just serendipitous that my show is live. The ceremonies marking the seventy fifth anniversary of the invasion of Europe by allied forces at Normandy her underway. The speeches concluded the president first lady, and president Macron and his wife. Are now overlooking. Omaha beach where I stood I guess two years ago with my friends, I had never been there before. So moving, I'm going back, by the way come with us. Next, April twenty seven through may seven if you are watching this and say, I've got to get the normally you do until you've seen it. You don't understand. There is no way to understand what those boys went through. And so we're going to go on April twenty-seventh wanna spend three nights in Paris than take a river. Cruise down to Normandy toward the battlefields. And it will sell out quickly, Dwayne is going with the eskimo pies, fetchy MRs Hewitt, of course, as AVI broadcasting from the riverboat the, the number to call, if you want to join us on that eight hundred nine nine four fifty five thirty eight eight hundred nine four fifty five thirty eight or you can go to Hugh cruise dot com. All one word euchre is dot com. I gotta know from my buddy, Jerry, Hendrickson morning, my grandfather on my mother's side. Was a paratrooper who then qualified to be a glider pilot who flew a trip quieter into the Saint Mary Lee's region. He survived returned to England and then jump not glided in the Holland where he was captured and spent the rest of the wars of POW Jerry goes along with us. She's thinking he and his wonderful wife, thinking about going along with us. I think a lot of people. Well, I think my buddy Jan genera and Carol are going with us for all you wild adventure people. But it will the boats not that big if you wanna go go to Hugh cruise dot com, you'll be inspired by today and it's inspiring to watch right now. They are having flyovers of the tri-color the, the French tri-color, if you missed it, let me go back and play you just a couple of cuts. President Trump in Normandy this morning, less than an hour ago. Cut number twenty one. We are gathered here on freedoms alter. On these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago. Can thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries? And for these revivals of liberty. Today, we remember those who fell and we honor all fought right here in Normandy. They won back this ground for civilization to more than one hundred seventy veterans of the second World War. Who join us today? You are among the very greatest Americans who will ever live. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You are the glory of our Republic to those one hundred seventy veterans of World War Two, and he is absolutely right. President Trump continued a little bit later in the speech cut number twenty two. Here with you are over sixty veterans who landed on d day debt to you is ever lasting today. We express undying gratitude when you were young, these men, enlisted their lives in a great crusade. One of the greatest of all times emission is the story of an epic battle, and the ferocious turtles struggle between good and evil on the sixth of June nineteen forty four. They joined a liberation force of awesome power and breathtaking scale after months of planning. The allies had chosen this ancient coastline to mount their campaign to vanquish the wicked tyranny of the Nazi empire. From the face of the earth. The battle began in the skies above us in those first tents, midnight hours, one thousand aircraft Robert overhead. Seventeen thousand allied airborne troops preparing to leap into the darkest beyond these trees and came on the enemy who had occupied these heights. So the largest naval armada in the history of the world. Just a few miles off show, where seven thousand vessels, bearing one hundred thirty thousand warriors. They were the citizens of free and independent nations United by their duty to their compatriots into millions yet. Unborn. There were the British whose nobility in fortitude, saw them through the worst of Dunkirk and the London blitz. The full violence of Nazi fury was no match for the full grandeur of British pride. He went on to praise one man in particular. It's very moving Ray, Lambert cut number twenty three. And finally, there were the Americans. They came from the farms of a vast heartland. The streets of glowing cities and the forges of mighty industrial towns before the war, many had never ventured beyond their own community. Now, the come to offer their lives have a world from home. This beach code-named Omaha. Was defended by the Nazis with monstrous firepower thousands and thousands of mines spikes driven into the sand so deeply. It was here that tens of thousands of the Americans came the GI's who boarded the landing craft that morning. Knew that they carried on their shoulders, not just the pack of a soldier, but the fate of the world. Colonel George Taylor. Who sixteenth infantry regiment would join the first wave was asked what would happen if the German stopped? Right. Then and there cold and the beach just stop them. What would happen? This great American replied, why the eighteenth infantry is coming in right behind us. To twenty sixth, infantry. We'll come onto, then there is the second infantry division Goretti afloat. And the ninth division and the second armored, and the third armored, and all the rest, maybe the sixteenth won't make it, but someone will one of those men in Taylor's sixteenth regiment was army medic Ray, Lambert, Ray was only twenty three but he had already earned three purple hearts and two silver stars fighting in north African Sicily, where he and his brother build no longer with us. Served side by side. In the early morning hours, two brothers stood together on the deck of the USS Enrico, before, boarding, two separate Higgins landing craft. If I don't make it Bill said, please, please. Take care of my family. Ray asked his brother to do the same. Of the thirty one men on raised landing craft only Ray and six Luther's made it to the beach. There were only a few of them left. Came to the sector, right here below us. Easy read. It was called. Again. And again Ray ran back into the water. He dragged out one man after another. She was shot. Through the arm. His leg was ripped open. I shrapnel. His back was broke. He nearly ground. He had been on the beach for hours bleeding, and saving lives. When he finally lost consciousness. He woke up the next day on a cut. Beside another badly wounded soldier. He looked over. And so his brother Bill,.

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