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"granger" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

03:14 min | Last month

"granger" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"So we're gonna talk about two supreme court cases. I is the one that was you mentioned before mon- verses illinois so members illinois an eighteen seventy seven case in which the. Us supreme court upheld the power of the government to regulate private industries which like is hugely pivotal. Yeah most of like so. Many like state and federal laws are based on the government. Being like you. Private company cannot do this or you can't. Here's money to do this or like you know. It's it's like this hugely pivotal court case. Yeah the case. Developed as a result like lizzie said of the illinois legislature responding in eighteen. Seventy one to pressure from the national grange when it set maximum rates that private companies could charge for the storage and transport agricultural products that illinois is trying to be like okay. Farmers we understand. You're having a hard time is not right for you right now. Let's help you out railroads. you can't pull in louisville or you campy assholes you cannot be assholes and they wrote it inc and it made a change. It did stop. That's what it was like. You know here here here. He article one section three. Stop being an asshole railroads and that was not the chicago. Grain warehouse firm of money and scott was subsequently found guilty of the law but appealed the conviction on the grounds that the illinois regulation represented an unconstitutional deprivation of property without due process of law. So the marlins got relax. Yeah we wrote his lob like no we don't think it should be a law shorto skoda's help us out so they go to this and the supreme court heard the appeal in eighteen. Seventy seven like was he said. Chief justice morrison ramic wait spoke for the majority when he said that. State power to regulate extends to private industries that affect the public interest. I mean i i am. I'm with you know. I don't know i don't know a ton about chief. Justice morrison rennick weights. But i'm with them. I'm completing whether i'm on this. You know you like we can't we can't we. Can't let the railroads run this country. We can't let the roads railroad us there. Okay and that's that. And i wish we could just end the episode there. That's right there's not. There is literally not a more beautiful ending that it's poetic I am a writer so because grain storage facilities were devoted to public use because they were part of how we were feeding the public. Their rates were subject to public regulation. Moreover wait declared that even though congress alone is granted control over interstate commerce estate could take action in public interest without impairing that federal control. So they were like the congress is supposed to be the one to like. Set these things but if it happens within state not you're not violating the federal government's power in congress to regulate these types of things. Now you can ask. States rights are not states rights. You can't have states right sometimes in states rights right. It's like.

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"granger" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

07:42 min | Last month

"granger" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Same time. We're in sync. I'm joey fatone in your justin timberlake. Course justin timberlake. Yes yes absolutely bringing bagley this first of all bringing sexy bag and secondly second of all you are the front leader of this. I'm in the back giving personality absolutely not without your personality. It would just be me being like. The supreme court decided to the most boring podcast. I'm me can you imagine imagining an episode with just me. Nobody would know what i'm talking about. I couldn't get through the. I couldn't get through anything i wouldn't make any then there's be nobody reading for me being like up. A bunch of different word look so good just like in sync. You can't have the band without joyful tone and justin timberlake together and just like. Let's get typical. You cannot have me lizzy stewart in new orleans. Hausky we can't. We can't do this without each other. And there's just and though and that's the only parallel between let's get cynical and in sync yes excite aside from the fact that I can't sing. And i feel like you could dance. And we could make what are we. Is it revival yet. Are we going to revive in sync s. It's insane is that there's not a musical with the music of sync yet. I feel like it's coming. Give it five year. you're coming. It's gotta be around the road like we've done the motown we've done the like. We did meatloaf the meatloaf musical. Do not get me started on. You loved it. I'm so mad that i didn't get to see gang love that show. It was a riot. And i don't know if it's supposed to be comedy show balloon my god a if they tried to do a musical with the musings of meatloaf and tried to do like as a straight drama. I think we've missed the market. It was so. I have never been lizzy is heard the story so many times but for those of you listening at home i have never been more like connected to my fellow audience members than i was in that theatre watching the meatloaf musical. It was just enthralling. Ip my pants. I laughed so hard it was so good because it was so bad. It yes yemen. And you know my version of your meatloaf musical is obviously. And then i swear to god. The episode is obviously the broadway musical king kong. Yes it is i mean. I went into that saturday matinee. I mean and i had a ticket. Like i went with a friend and i was just like king kong musical short fine like i went in like a snob. I win in a snob. I was ashamed of my energy going into that musical and then once the curtain came up and king kong entered stay person. I was a different person. And i cry. Frus thaw rice. But we're leonov. We are not talking today about the meatloaf musical and or king kong. The music hall truly disappointing. You know what else that i forgot. Because we are living in cohen. And it's a tough time and you know it only just started getting dark past four thirty pm like now. It's like five thirtyish. It's starting to get dark outside again. We missed our anniversary like our. Let's get cynical launch university. God we did. Do i because the insurrection happen because biden was sworn in as president because january was insane that you and i simply forgot that we've been doing this two years two years. Oh my god. That's so true. Oh my god we totally missed it and not only did we miss it. We missed him. By a full month a full month a full month we were just like cranking amount ranking them out. Because it's a crazy time. Because i because there were so much going on january and you and i were both like. Oh my god okay. So when do we cover kind of the insurrection stuff. When do we cover the work. Getting a new president like is just like it was too much for us to also remember our own birthday as well. We are nothing if not humble. I also while so. I'm sorry. We forgot our child's birthday. But because we were just working we're constantly working on this thing it's you know it's not about like the milestones it's about episodes that makes yes so i'll take the space happy anniversary sweetie happy anniversary love. You love this child of ours love. You love you so much. she's great. Thanks for your love is and we're celebrating today by talking about the grainger movement. And i'm not talking about her. Miami grainger noble. Wouldn't that be fun. I know well. I mean first of all and then i swear to god. We'll get to the episode first of all before hopping on this here recording session with you. I was watching harry potter and the chamber of secrets. Because it's the mine. I mean it's every day in brooklyn i'm gonna put on the chamber of secrets and i don't know a number to us but so i am. I do have harry potter on the mind but the grain movement is not about her mind. Grainger i actually have never heard of it but or had never heard of it and i'm excited to learn more about it. Yeah i'd never heard of it either. I mean like. I feel like as we talk about it. You'll be like oh. I guess that is where that comes from. But like as a thing with a name now as a of the movements the grainger is a further down on the ones that i know. But that's why we do this podcast threat while even podcast for two years and we find out things that's why we find out the things and always remember everything except our anniversary accept diversity which doesn't matter because because it's our our love is more than just one day it's true subsists it goes on and on and on and on so before we jump in to the grainger movement episode and talk about what it is and what encapsulates it do. You wanna go over. Today's horses that starts. As i would love to talk about the socks i always like to say sar says all about space. Tarsha ronin harsh. Ronin sources. Scher shower in sharks. Hush i just always pick up on whatever accent you throw at me with the word sources and i try and keep it and often fail you. Yes and that's all we can ask for and so we can escort. It's all we can ask. I am not an improv trained individual. I just i pick up what other people put down your an impasse. that's true that's true. So sources today coming. 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How Hair Dressing Saved Daniel Granger's Life

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:34 min | Last month

How Hair Dressing Saved Daniel Granger's Life

"Daniel welcome to hell to cuts it. Hey thanks for having me. Thanks for having me finally. Finally we go here. We go back a long way. I huge way down a huge way. I mean from when you had the salon up is why he was in november and decade. I i met down. We've done a local hair awards and long share hairdresser which was actually a big success. We had a big turnout and you at the salon. At the time. I think you won that title and it was incredible. And that's where you really started to. And i think sort of come into the whole head saying we're going to really learn about your story today but has your journey industries taken. You surprise. did you away sing. yeah. I've got big things. Planned always had visions of grandeur. I've always been a dream. I've always fought. what can i do with tomorrow. I've always believed in something greater and growing and growing and growing and testing myself. Put myself like just high for did that. What else can i do. Taking a leap of faith. A gamble of risk bombed definitely a daydreamer. Definitely yeah. Well i'll tell you what people say daydream. As i do isn't good to be a digamma. People save his dream a dream but she li- being a dream. And when you say. Dan the without those dreams. Do we actually eat. It is that the gives us the expirations to go on a one to achieve greatness. It's a mediocre. Life is definitely not what i was given as my my benches food life testing myself building myself One in case you makes me feel life you know truly alive and then the bigger you grow. The more success comes with that the will Profile you and everything else in this never been is never been about the money. It's been about the excitement of the what what makes me take a look at that and that's really interesting. You said it's never been about the money. Don't get me wrong. i like money. i like money. I like the things you can buy and solemn which i own rent and everything i do too as mine and this united steph. My children every pasta down for the family And you know that's a big thing for me is legacy video again for our listeners. Won't see this video But in the usa beautiful backdrop give us an overview to that sun on that. You've currently got down there. I mean it about five years ago. And i didn't have the funds for i had saved up. I always knew when my least came out when i came. At least the. I want to buy my own salons. He's ago a ten year ago. So i'm gonna put money aside. That's not my money. It doesn't exist so much like the tax man was taken away way up. Put it aside each year Ready for when my lease ran out and gone by premises and the prices looking for new premises this. This massive building came up which was so alabama site. I mean huge. Is this a full floors cathedral. And then i walked in. It was like an okesene on. I just felt right okay. You've got enough money to buy the building. We've got no money to do it up what you do and then for some reason. I'm very good at finding resources. When i need them a. Nothing's out of my reach life. I want something bad enough. I work harder and get. It wasn't come from than than you know somebody that wants something. If you want it you can get that. I'm just one determined individual. I think when things happen to you salute bottom happens to you. nothing else can touchy. You become almost like a little bit more immune to the stuff you know you become somebody is you want to here on us. Sounds a bit strange is kind of like you feel that you can just go down and reach it. And i'm a little bit more on a spiritual side of things as well connected with the universe of whatever harry paul off out guys out there but i really believe in that because the things that happened to me when i was younger including light the good stuff that happened always leads into something cows and i manifest that i dreamt of the challenges and goals because then i knew where i needed to work to. It was almost put it down on paper and then appeared but my sallow now. I i swear. I'm wrote this down. I dreamt it up by trendless. You'd walk into my foyer and obi this massive feature and he had water running down. Don't have a war features but it's definitely a message when you come in. So how did i know that my son was told grand and be looms and i put that down even the house even the call. I wrote that down. When i was about eighteen that i would get that.

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Here’s What We Know About Anthony Quinn Warner, The Person Of Interest In The Nashville Bombing

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Here’s What We Know About Anthony Quinn Warner, The Person Of Interest In The Nashville Bombing

"Say they know who was responsible for bombing in Tennessee on Christmas Day. A BCS Marcus Moore reports federal agents naming a suspect in that investigation into the powerful explosion that rocked Nashville early Christmas morning. To help The Anthony solve Warner hunger in your community is the man and believed to find to be your responsible local food bank for visit this horrible feeding crime America dot surveillance org's cameras brought trained to you by on the feeding popular America downtown area. and the Ad Council. Captured from multiple angles, this RV exploding For the video one standing showing guard. a vicious fireball lighting up the sky, hurling For the eagle debris eyed across several blocks. for He was the Knights present when in shining the bomb went armor. off. That he And perished for all those in the who bombing. support them. Investigators We also are looking Granger, into Warner psychiatric You're experienced and medical safety history partner. for clues Offering and supplies trying to and determine solutions for every whether industry the 80 ante building committed to where helping the RV keep was your parked facility safe was his intended target, and your people multiple safer. law enforcement sources Call told ABC click ranger News dot com investigators slash safety are or seriously just stop by exploring Granger The water for may have been motivated, the ones at least who in get part it done. by a paranoia over five G cellular technology at a I home was associated adopted. with Warner's agents I can felt be seen like carrying I felt out bags like of my evidence life was and already nearby. over. More officers My biggest in tactical fear was gear. that I would age ABC out News and has not learned know how to be through sufficient court records on my own that Warner, who once At a certain owned age and lived like at they the home don't being want searched, you you're troubled recently transferred and stuff. the D to The a clock woman is in California. ticking for the more than What 125,000 connection that may have to the explosion kids waiting is under to be investigation. adopted from foster

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Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief Bill

America in the Morning

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief Bill

"Page bill weighs in at $1.4 Trillion to fund the federal government through September. Coupled with $900 billion in covert relief that relief includes $600 per person and direct stimulus payments $300 in additional unemployment insurance, more than 300 billion in loans to help small businesses and hundreds of billions more for schools, coronavirus testing and the distribution of vaccines. Some say it goes too far. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it doesn't go far enough. It doesn't go all the way, but it takes us down the path a first step speaker. Pelosi was joined by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, who said the bill solves some problems but not others. These include a resumption of expanded unemployment benefits. Another round direct payments relief for renters assistance to make sure that Americans can put food on the table. The staggering level of food insecurity caused by the Corona virus pandemic, says Hoyer is a stain on the nation in the richest Country on the face of the earth. We have people in food lines who can't feed themselves. That is not only wrong, it is immoral. Texas Republican representative Kay Granger supported the bill, saying there's a lot to cheer about our package. Will ensure the timely distribution of vaccines across the country, help small business affected by the economic downturn and provide much needed relief for airports and the airline industry. Which is so important. Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz agreed. The bill doesn't contain everything, but what it does contain, she says, is crucial. It shortchanges key relief programs like eight to our first responders and state and local governments. But the American people are suffering and need immediate relief. Many lawmakers who say the bill doesn't go far enough also say they're hopeful more relief will be on the way under the Biden administration. As the House passed the bill, the Senate took it up shortly thereafter racing toward a midnight deadline for passage to get much needed covert relief out the door and to close the chapter and head home for the holidays. Linda Kenyan Washington. It's

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"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

"But i would say that i don't do that kind of work too much anymore. I started out that way Photographing the point reyes peninsula in california. I would say. I'm drawn more these days to landscape but landscape with some mark of of humans in it. And i you know. I'm interested in In things in the landscape like the peluso for instance like i do a lot of photographing out there. I've gone five years in a row in the wintertime now. This is an eastern washington so it's a wheat growing area. It's very surrey. Sort of stark other planetary looking Very beautiful too. And i love like finding the old farm houses out there and one thing about all the open space out in the police that i've found is it makes anything that you find out there sort of elevated if that makes sense so you might find some sort of farming implement you know a a harvester or something like that just in a giant field in the snow and the things that you find out there. They seem more loaded because of all the emptiness if that makes sense and i love that and finding the the battered windmills. And these old farmhouses out there and Sometimes you know this is going off track a little bit. But there's always abandoned farmhouses from different eras and just know people out there at all in the winter or at least it feels like that. And i might explore an abandoned farmhouse. That was left in the nineteen seventies or the time capsule and then two hours later. I might be in a in a place that was left in the nineteen thirties or forties. So you feel like this time becomes relative. You're just stepped outside of time altogether. And there's just these sort of artifacts just resonating out there in the fields and It sounds kind of crazy to say but once in awhile. I almost feel like Like i'd feel i'd find my own child home out there or something like i entered this magic realm where that such a thing would be possible. And i'd find a house in a field and it would be it'd be mild house from nineteen seventy five or something like that. It's your work about the pollution. The style jack..

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"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

"But i enjoy photographing empty things or kind of generic things or even leaving things out of photographs and the way i look at it is that i want give people room to enter into them and make their own kind of like you know like if i were a songwriter can be very specific on details. And that's one way to tackle Expressing yourself and then another way is to kind of you sort of set the stage and you you give maybe the kind of a rough sketch of something and then you know that the listeners going to fill in the rest and make it personal like i want my photographs to feel like they're meant for my viewer that their that their personal the way to do that for me and my way of thinking is to kind of leave room for people to enter into them. And what i mean by that you know aside from the generic bit that i said is i try to photograph things in in a straightforward way as possible. Because i don't want people to be thinking about me austin grainger. I guess the last thing. I want people to think about So i try to not be super mannered. Try to just have it. Very kind of deadpans straight Simplistic transparent Thing and i. I don't know if i've succeeded at that. But that's kind of how my my way of approaching composition is is just to be very sort of straightforward about it. I i use mostly a normal lens on everything. I don't spend a huge time like manipulating my phone os or anything like that because again. I don't want people to think about the the man behind the curtain. You know making it this way or that way. I wanted to just look like it couldn't exist any other way i've done. It does let me again. This is still in the correspondence section and was just a second. I'm going to call out three images here. You can pick one and and sort of the story in the intention behind it but these these are three that spoke to me for different reasons. There's the clock on the. I think it's a ferry but some kind of There are the three globes. And then there's the it's a streetlamp on a beach taken from a great deal or a good distance far away. Oh yeah that's out of the bonneville salt flats in utah. Okay and everything like that. I know we were talking about motorcycles earlier before we started recording but at the bonneville salt flats in the lights there anyway so Okay hearted arrest stop there and just walked onto the the dry lake bed the salt flats and just turned around and ice. There's a picture. And then i ran back and got my camera so i guess i started thinking about that i. I'm interested in the sort of new topography kind of photographs. Sometimes like the impact of of humans on the land. And i'm interested in time and the passage of time and that photograph for me is is kind of that as well and again i i like using distance to get a certain feeling across so i like that sort of i'm out in the desert air by myself and i'm looking at all the other people passing by. You have the distance there but it is not a lonely photographs at least not for me. It's an invitation to sort of step in and figure out what's going on here. Oh great. I'm glad to hear that. That's a lot of the categories. You have on your website. A lot of your work is Landscape based so. Talk to me for a minute about either the police or easter island or peru or portland. Or how does landscape influence your aesthetic. That's well when you say landscape. I think of sort of ansel adams edward weston sorta landscape and those are two of my my photograph For heroes..

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"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Dot com where you will see a whole collection of of really evocative black and white mostly landscape pictures but often you say on your website that you've come to see photography as a spiritual practice away in which the shape your life and enrich your relationship with the world. What do you mean started with the big question. There's got wow well you know. When i was younger i was in the navy for four years and then after that which was a wonderful experience i decided to do the most kind of opposite thing i can think of to do which was to study philosophy at. Uc santa cruz in california. I guess that was a way of introducing..

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"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Photography Radio

"And things that make the photograph are the things that feel charged or or that have made me feel something. I recognize them. They're like pieces of the puzzle. And i don't know.

Republican John Cornyn wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Texas

Chris Krok

00:10 sec | 5 months ago

Republican John Cornyn wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Texas

"Senator John Cornyn is won reelection over M. J. Hagar in Texas. Is Senate race Those re elected to Congress tonight, Mark me see Michael Burgess, Kay Granger, Colin Allred and Van Taylor.

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Bought I've done myself in the restaurants for the last twenty years since it came out in. The journey being on the food of he and I think. Recently, the world has woken up to the fact that foods cried and this. And I think they've done that and I said it again. Because of Australian, cafes pops up all around the world and I think. Striker's invented like the French bistro or the Irish pub. On people say from these certain cafe and I think that casualness effect you can go in the friendliness that friendly Barista the as the fund and the freshness of the food is what people think of striking food. So with this book, I tried to throw what I'm doing. Of course, I can't climb to hold us food. So very macho and. Who am I to say it but I really wanted to. That's what I cook. Strenuous food. On Gug. Actress Freedom Bruno Y. bought how? Grimaldis, every single time and had diverse and how much it changes and the great thing about US running. Said before it's constantly moving, it's taking influences from new arrivals because that's why I was trying to foodies what it is. I love the way that at the beginning of every recipe, this a little personal recollection or something about the dish often quite funny..

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Really Sitting Jitney safes and it's like a custard. Own Clinic catcher be it set confirm not brown to slowly stir you could not seek pan L. nonstick try to avoid now most working on high but I think these it's really great. Yeah Back to being all of the world. And you talking about Japan but of course you're in career you're in Hawaii you also here in London in London you have to go under a different name. Yes I'm building tycoon by another restaurant group. So called Grind cove, which is fine except when everyone thinks bills his mind We went to your restaurant because whenever anyone I think any restaurant person. When he up someone being to your restaurant, you think God what's gone wrong these fear of horror because it's never good enough as a side you and I think we'll keeps on driving do a better job you just it's good. No. I gotta go like it's not mine. It's not monitored only hear about it. Now, look. At this. Got Shave Czeslaw it. Sit here in the winds. Shop with. Of. The Japanese. beefed. Alive. Poultry Japan get wonderful kitchen tools. This looks. Amazing. Luckily, I can eat it with one hand and hold the mic firm with the other. Just. A great so We've got to covert of course. He. Thought. No It's good. I mean, here's a it comes out of nowhere one of the main things. Is the hospitality. I must say I it walls shopping. Restaurants gone. You don't realize at the identity I think for a lot of. How I did even without even realizing it is taught out with. What we do. And we I suddenly realized we close the restaurant darling host and for the first time in twenty years didn't. On a Saturday and it was wild I think and the panic. Restaurants that I'm interested in early. You workers as it's quite a family based group. Very, much about looking to people. So it's quite paternal quite familial in that way those stocks have to customers customers who are regular and really embrace and we have to the staff..

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"We still scrambling. Stop. traveled. So. That's pretty simple. Scrambled eggs. That was Neil Thompson right about them. We had a great journalist that was in are covering those big economic will foreign. He's political journalist, but he loved food sideline was writing that food and he's name how Johnny Apple. Bright political journalist. He used to come in movies. Betsy. Tony Betsy. And then come in and have breakfast and he loved it and he fell in love with his scramble as I had no idea I'm young. I didn't. I didn't know that was special I. Just might because a girl I work with Michelle. Worked apply for that. And it's like that's And I. Just, started making course. Trying to. Make things quickly Have that sort of. Voicing of not wanting to make too much die macht being to precise. And she just let me get on with cooking the French was the head chef. and. Shaded used to the I didn't know at the time but she breakfast, which is a long services five hours she'd gone to prep, and then she'd have lunch and are going and make the sandwiches. So is the lowly job in the kitchen but just in Oakland Cream So four eggs. Is the to service. And a good dollop crave about. Hundred mils. That's putting. What you might he is. accustomed. With ingredients. Old Enough. Now that I'm bit truth, every dot trained in the world. and. I now know that todd is the most no one really knows what different foods to contradictory advised. It's really fascinating still. Let me BICYC- has about what my food does to it. Whether. It's high protein.

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Capital as everyone knows is a hottest pittman for anyone studying business whether it's You in. London strider and developing world anyway. It's hard and that was a great out of twenty thousand dollars Australian and that helped me stop and just opened up a little cafe out in. No one would rent me a shot because I was so young, I don't think I'd. Shop that I bought to it twenty, one, twenty, two year old but I finally got the shop and could only breakfast and lunch. So there was nice strategy in it and I thought okay do it and there was no bookings because I've never worked in a proper restaurant type of. Credit cards, but they didn't know how to credit card machine was cash only breakfast and lunch from seven to three Monday to Saturday because that was the lead to open. and. It works I. Don't know why it just heat a moment I remember someone saying in the early days I love coming in here. It's like a cocktail party at eight in the morning and I thought that was really interesting because it's that buzzfeed save you know in those early days was all local and Really. Fun People saw the people I knew they caught up they chatted had a coffee and they'd might friendships bi-communal table which happened because we weren't allowed to have many seats in this. Feel it somehow not have an empty restaurant. So that just took off and think that was the breakfast culture wasn't really trying to start something I. Didn't think I'm GonNa make breakfast big this did it because Kyle got this and I'm going to try and make some money. We we do some basic coffee from Melbourne. So as used to good coffee and breakfast become this enormous thing and you became Mr Avocado. Toast. Then took twenty three years to come bizarrely few years ago I started to get on calls from all the big American journal The Washington. Post New York Tom Sang with heard you binged avacado toast can you tell us about it was like what? We're priced it back to you and. Really, and I think it was the idea in the early nineties. It was a time right time. Lots of is because if you're interested in design food was a really important moment that we're not really many designed restaurants you'd have terence Conran's jotting to a few a couple of fancy ones style interior designers would do an interior architects would to a restaurant and. It was that idea of I wanted to cafe that was beautiful because of my interest in architecture and design but also the food is fresh her wasn't just A. Couple of Italian cafes but more more like a bow. Ties to talk to a Panini..

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"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"granger" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"An Australian restaurateur and food writer loved by family cooks, unsophisticated foodies alike, his sunny relaxed approach to food is an essential element is enduring popularity. His books have sold over a million copies all over the world and his latest publication. Australian food is also set to be a best seller join us as he cooks me breakfast. Grainger welcome to meet the writers are thank you to. A in fact, it's you who should be welcoming me because I am in your beautiful kitchen. So this is a fantastic. We've got an array of pans. This huge the GUSTA? Yes. Definitely. Gastro Electric Oven but guest stove, and it's a really really beautiful house and here you are in your apron. And you got to cook for me I am I thought. I'm always. I think now I can cook quite well after many years I can I need to shop and see what's around I find it really hard to think a recipe now and gone by the ingredients come into at home, which is ironic considering that's what I do for a one part of what I do. I thought I'd go back to the classics but give a little bit of an autumn seasonal twist to it fantastic and that's because of course you have a new cotton it's called Australian food and it's really trying to import the sunshine of Australia into all of the recipes absolutely ns Furlan food. You know I'm often asked what is and food and the thing is that changes. Any of us can really say yet it's too young Hussein country. or it's an old country, but the modern food culture is is quite new and I think it's the attitude is the casualness, its lack of an pretense. A Gila Teheran Bunch, and we carry the baggage I think that a lot of people around the world in Europe Bowl. About the elitism of eating well can try to hugh expect tweet. Well, everyone does you know it's a land of the five o'clock barbecue and his that thing of the special arts fancy. We don't have that. We have very very casual. We're much more is in that way. So. It tell me about your early years because you were born in Melvin but I understand you, mum. Is Vegetarian. Yes. Mommy's Vega. Now I think tardily Vegan and my father was butcher we had. separated..

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Hundreds of Regal, Cineworld movie theaters to close

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Hundreds of Regal, Cineworld movie theaters to close

"Send a world says its theaters including regal cinemas in the US will be closing temporarily starting Thursday because of the corona virus the move comes after the premiere of a big movie No time to die was pushed back again this one featuring Paul James for Cineworld CEO mocha grad injure says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like also the shop was no food in a world re open theaters in July but it's been difficult for me to quit if you're going to if you'll earn and we will air bleeding much bigger amounts when we'll open them but we'll close Granger says with feeders in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films I'm at Donahue

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America marks Juneteenth as protests bring new attention

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

America marks Juneteenth as protests bring new attention

"Juneteenth is being celebrated with renewed vigor and the protests against police brutality and a national reassessment of systemic racism in many cities marches and rallies are being held before the traditional cookouts and picnics in the park in New York Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams addressed the crowd at the Juneteenth freedom day rally it must come to a realization in this country in Atlanta crowds gathered in centennial park to listen to music before marched to the Georgia state capitol in Galveston Texas the Reverend Stephen Duncan re enacting the role of union general Gordon Granger read the general order that was delivered on June nineteenth eighteen sixty five more than two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation all slaves are free I'm Jennifer king

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Juneteenth: People are hungry for change

Squawk Pod

03:00 min | 10 months ago

Juneteenth: People are hungry for change

"We observe June team alongside millions of other Americans. It's a one hundred fifty five year old holiday commemorating the day enslaved African Americans learned of their freedom on this day June nineteenth in eighteen sixty five major. General Gordon Granger of the Union army arrived in Galveston Texas and informed the enslaved black population that the civil war had ended, and slavery had been abolished eighteen, sixty five. That's over two years after president. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation took effect. Texas on the other confederate states ignored the proclamation, and in doing so submitted enslaved African Americans to thirty extra months of uncompensated labor and inhumane treatment this. This day the day honoring the reinstatement of freedom that should have never been taken away the day that freedom was lawful, and yet still withheld represents many Americans, the difference between the ideals of the American dream and the reality for black people in this country, the June team holiday has largely been observed by the US black population wall, and efforts to make June Tiv a national holiday have fallen short in Congress as twenty twenty, though forty seven states and the District of Columbia have all passed legislation recognizing June Tepe as either a state holiday or a day of observance this year. Corporate America is also making president. Several large companies are honoring the day as a paid holiday for employees, Google. Uber General Motors Ford J. P. Morgan Nike and others are observing team today CNBC reporter Gene Wells reported today from once center of Commerce. That's also marking this special day. All the dockworkers at all twenty nine West Coast ports, including here at the largest largest port complex in the country are taking an eight hour work stoppage today for June teeth and up at the port of Oakland, where the local is seventy five percent black. They are going to have a a march and a caravan as local President Trent. Willis says there is systemic racism at times still even within the Union we've had incidents of hanging nooses. That we sense addressed. And just just here and there we've had some some evidence of systemic racism. Showing its ugly head. Here, where we work every day, Corporate America is all in on this saying that June teeth will be paid permanent holiday including target, which will pay working employees, today, time and a half. Other companies are still open, but canceling meetings like Amazon, which will offer workers, a variety of opportunities online to reflect on the day and GM where in many plants the work will continue, they will stop for eight minutes and forty six seconds in recognition of the death of George. Floyd one note about the ports guys in this union dockworkers are allowed one work stoppage a month. They are all happening to take it together today

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Companies and state governments celebrate Juneteenth, giving workers the day off

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Companies and state governments celebrate Juneteenth, giving workers the day off

"Today is June eighteenth a June. Nineteenth commemorates the ending of slavery. In the US the origin of the holiday comes from June nineteen, eighteen, sixty, five, when General Gordon Granger of the Union army, arrived with soldiers in Galveston Texas and told enslaved African Americans their the civil war had ended, and they were free more than two years after President Lincoln had signed the emancipation proclamation. June teeth is now celebrated in black communities across the US, and some have called for it to become a national holiday. Nearly all states recognize June teeth with some limited special status in this year. The NFL Nike and twitter have all recognized. June eighteenth as a company holiday. Governor Tom Wolfe is marking June. Teeth is a special holiday closure for employees under his during. For the first time is office as the more than seventy three thousand workers will get either the day off or a compensatory day to use it another time. If they are often, office remains open. The Governor says today is a moment to honor African, American history, and to reflect on how everyone can promote equality, liberty and justice for all people.

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How Did Juneteenth Get Started?

BrainStuff

06:11 min | 10 months ago

How Did Juneteenth Get Started?

"Every year on June nineteenth, millions of people across America. Come together to celebrate June eighteenth with parties parades, prayer, breakfast and golf tournaments, cookouts and music. The holiday is now officially recognized in forty seven states plus Washington DC though it hasn't been made a national holiday yet, despite having been around for more than one hundred and fifty years. We spoke with Paula Austin a professor of African American Studies and History at Boston University. She said You'd be surprised. There are many students who get to my class, and they sort of never learned about the history of enslavement. They've never learned about the civil rights movement. I think I've had students who because of where they're from, or their families know about June eighteenth, and of actually participated in the celebrations, but most students come, and they don't know. But let's go back to the beginning on June nineteenth eighteen, sixty, five more than two months after confederate general Robert e Lee surrendered to ulysses s grant at APP Maddix which all, but ended the civil war, a US army officer by the name of Major General Gordon Granger. In Huston Texas with two momentous announcements, the end of the civil war, and with it the end to slavery. Nobody is quite sure why it took so long for news of summation to reach Texas several stories have been told throughout the years though none has ever been confirmed including one of an earlier messenger who was killed on his way to Texas to tell the news of freedom. Others believe that some enslavers truth, but simply continued going about business as usual. The most likely is simply that there were not enough troops to enforce the emancipation proclamation whether enslaved people knew about it or not, so things remained status quo. That is until Major General. Grainger showed up. After granger's announcement, some of the two hundred fifty thousand freed people in Texas, immediately left for the promise of true freedom in the north, while others traveled to rejoin family members one formerly enslaved person, Molly Herrell said in the slave narratives of Texas. We all walked down the road singing shouting to beat the band. Others stayed defined pain work in the fields elsewhere. That day marks what is now often called lack independence day, or the fourth of July. It's the American celebration of freedom from slavery. June teen was first observed in Texas in eighteen, sixty six. It wasn't officially recognized as a holiday in any state until Texas did so in Nineteen, seventy nine. Since then only North Dakota South Dakota and Hawaii have declared a holiday. In recent years both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate have formally recognized June nineteenth as June, tenth Independence Day. Various movements to grant the day status is a national holiday are ongoing. US Senator Cory Booker said in two thousand eighteen. On this day we must confront ugly parts of our history and honor the slaves who suffered and died under a repressive regime. We must also pay tribute to all those who had the strength and conviction to fight to end slavery and keep our Union together. June teeth independence. Day is also an important moment to recognize how far we've come and take note of how far we have yet to go. Certainly during the original June eighteenth, there was still a lot of work to be done. It came just months after the civil war ended and two years after the emancipation proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution, which abolished slavery, had been passed by Congress was well on its way to being ratified by the states, but the fourteenth and fifteenth guaranteeing equal protection and the right to vote to all citizens, regardless of skin color were still a couple years off. And not all enslaved people in Texas were immediately freed some held by defiant plantation owners were not emancipated until much later, some formerly enslaved people who tried to leave historical reports show were tracked down and killed. Many more stepped into a future of poverty, fear and uncertainty. Austin suggests that many Americans ignorance about June eighteenth stems from a disinclination to completely face the country's past slavery, and it's far reaching and continuing aftermath. Still? June eighteenth has persevered. Its observance has waned through the years under the oppression of Jim Crow laws and attitudes, but the festivities that began in Texas eventually spread to more states and the idea of commemorating block independence picked up through the civil rights era of the nineteen sixties, and the parties continued today. Austin, said the kinds of celebrations that I've seen and been a part of have been incredibly wonderful there about black culture there about black history there about the resistance and the resilience of the black community. Several years before grainger made his do nineteenth declaration in Galveston famed American Orator Frederick Douglass himself formerly enslaved, spoke to an abolitionist group in New York about the fourth of July. As being dave independence, and how it didn't fit for all Americans, he said what the American slave is your fourth of July I answer a day that reveals to him more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. Opel Lee a former schoolteacher counselor in Fort Worth. Texas has been instrumental in trying to get June. Tenth recognized as a national, holiday. This year she'll walk from the Fort Worth Convention Center to the will. Rogers Coliseum, leading a caravan, urging people to sign a petition for the cause leave who is ninety three years old has been part of the Fort Worth June eighteenth festivities for more than forty years. Last year, it's as important as the fourth of July. In fact I dream some day. They celebrate from the nineteenth to the fourth like they do Mardi Gras. I haven't dreamed as large as the Rose Bowl or the macy's parade, but I'm getting there. To those who observed June eighteenth despite its shaky beginnings, and it's still unfulfilled pledge the day still holds the promise of freedom, independence, equality, ideas, and ideals always celebrating.

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The Bay Areas Long Tradition of Celebrating Juneteenth

Bay Curious

03:35 min | 10 months ago

The Bay Areas Long Tradition of Celebrating Juneteenth

"Everyone it's Olivia Allen price and this is bay curious. This Friday is June nineteenth, but to many people. It's much more than that. It's June. Teeth a celebration of freedom. The holiday has been around since the late eighteen hundreds, but it may take on a new residence this year given the protest for racial justice happening across the country. A few major local employers have even made June eighteenth a paid holiday for their staff. Here at bay curious, we like to keep our eyes on search engine trends and we've noticed a lot of locals are asking what is June. Teeth so I up. We've got a quick primer for you from reporter assaults on a poor. For one weekend each year, thousands of people come together at the Lauren district in south. Berkeley, you'll see drummers traditional African clothes, street vendors, selling barbecue and an exhibit, documenting local black history is all for Berkeley's annual June teen festival, which the city celebrated almost every year since nineteen eighty. It some AB- rates the black experience. That's what I always tell people, Dolores not cooper has been organizing Berkeley's June eighteenth festival for the past thirty three years June teen stands for June nineteenth, and it was the day that general granger road into Galveston Texas on June nineteen, eighteen, sixty five, and let the slaves. They are know that they were free in. This was two years after the Mansa proclamation. This was the last group of enslaved people. People to learn, they'd been freed. The celebration evolved into June teams an annual holiday commemorating their emancipation delores says it's meant to remember the nightmare of slavery while celebrating the resilience of the African American community, we have to to our own horn and let people know that what we've done is significant without our contribution. America just simply would not be America so June teeth puts black joy and culture, front and center through food, frightening dance and music. The more you know, the more familiar you are, the better you feel, and it's not just. Oh, I like that music, and all I like the culture kind of thing, but just knowing black people as individuals. That have the same needs and wants as everybody else, but this year is June. Team will look a bit different, so we are doing an online commentary with writings from riders artists about the Penn Dim make about civil unrest about the current status of black lies. delores says they're calling this virtual event. No justice, no emancipation. She says the organizers will publish daily commentaries by black artists about how they're. They're processing the current moment. One article draws comparisons between protesters and comic book characters. Another is about running while black in response to the killing of a Motte Arboretum Dolores, says the at the end of the celebration she'll compile the writing into a magazine so that people have a keepsake to remember this June teams by the civil unrest makes us hopeful about the future in America and the changes that. potentally can come.

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"granger" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"granger" Discussed on The Big 98

"Hi Granger Smith is on right now I want to know in a second if graders that read to go after someone for stealing the U. trademark we'll play back road song more with Granger Smith next on the Bobby bones show holes in the mid day like a postcard covered in I love the thirty three she just whistle in and then I got the saying on the Bobby bones show now I want to ask you for a second you and I have known each other for a bit now but have you ever had to cease and desist anyone for using you without you you permission actually a daily battle wow it never ends.

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"granger" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"granger" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

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Chicago - 2020 National Restaurant Association Show Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Chicago - 2020 National Restaurant Association Show Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns

"Office the city of Chicago has lost two more major trade shows the national restaurants and the American society of clinical oncology both they've canceled more than forty two thousand people attended the restaurant show last year forty thousand went to the American society's Granger Congo business reports the McCormick place is already lost more than twenty trade shows over public health concerns and the more than a quarter million hotel rooms attendees would have booked more than a dozen hotels in Chicago have shut down operations many laying off employees the U. S. senator Dick Durbin of Illinois reacting to the damage the new coronavirus is doing to the state's economy and reacting to president trump's announcement as well that he'd like to see the country's economy restarted as early as Easter holiday the notion that we're doing damage to our economy of course it is being heard the number of unemployment claims may reach historic and record breaking highs but the fact is if we don't deal with the underlying cause of our economic chaos and that is this fires and deal with it effectively sadly we're going to see the economic situation this country deteriorate even more the president says he'll consult with his top health experts before making any decisions on relaxing or any of the federal restrictions that were put in place in response to

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House passes coronavirus relief bill

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

House passes coronavirus relief bill

"Early this morning the house has passed a bipartisan bill to deal with the corona virus outbreak it's called the family's first coronavirus response act and it provides direct help to Americans affected by the virus first and foremost is Texas Republican Kay Granger it makes testing for the corona virus free this is the only way we can stop the spread of this virus Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal says free testing is just one part of the bill we are making a historic emergency commitment to paid leave for the American family members affected by corona virus the bill now goes to the

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U.S. House passes Coronavirus bill funding free tests, sick leave

MSU Basetball at Wisconsin

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. House passes Coronavirus bill funding free tests, sick leave

"Early this morning the house has passed a bipartisan bill to deal with the corona virus outbreak it's called the family's first coronavirus response act and it provides direct help to Americans affected by the virus first and foremost is Texas Republican Kay Granger it makes testing for the corona virus free this is the only way we can stop the spread of this virus Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal says free testing is just one part of the bill we are making a historic emergency commitment to paid leave for the American family members affected by corona virus the bill now goes to the

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"granger" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"granger" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Dot com for just really safety solutions Granger for the ones who get it done forty three forty four is that eighty two St Mary's sixty four as we come up with the final two minutes his point straight away leftwing passed away yeah you travel at all price one forty gilder Martinez or last season's freshmen for miscellaneous chicken forgives Agatha this would be tween the circles dribbles right down the page five if you get the win this is point blank in a crowd we got by speakers and see Mary's one of the four lead with his right hand the frustration don't quite fit with another guy was throwing in the second half fourteen points in the first time just one for that dunk their seventy now eighty two sixty six bins Agathe nineteen remaining yeah you trickling into the center circle gets a screening it's Johnson dribbles right passes right away his critics heap straight away three no at the weekend by fix final sixty five seconds base nearly lost his footing for the left wing attacks misses on a little smaller than the weight three pounds dad's final fifty eight seconds Z. WCC conference championship was mark he will take a time out posted season this we do a great job of scheduling in the non conference is the beginning of the year misting them selves proving themselves with these types of moments and they have responded usually such a disappointing seeing a year ago in the conference championship game when they were beaten soundly by the Gaels why is he Thomas Dan seats will check into the game Hussein merry's the Bulldogs even down to a yeah you fifteen seconds every user I. D. please Orleans arena up on their feet top of the key waters to the left eighty three eighty four sixty six the fourteen last night fifteen tonight in the championship game so many pieces everywhere you turn you can point to guys that contributed to the different stages of the game here tonight certainly off early on for true serve was you had me at the end of the first one through eight days stepped up big time hello this is a live video five seconds more news Randy Bennett B. E. the it gives sixty west coast conference tournament championship as they did to Saint Mary's in the second half in a wooded last name is eighty four sixty six the prices very disheartening loss it's your final here against St Mary's a perfect example of why this the missiles so many things on the basketball court the first the first a little bit content to trade baskets you know both teams shooting fifty seven fifty eight percent in the first half and then certainly to win a national championship to get to a final four you have to have that great offense of components when you can combine that with the ability defensively to shut down a top ten offenses in the country in the second half the way they did against St Mary's owes you the ultimate potential for this team and I think as I mentioned I didnt immediately I see this as their best team and I think similarly are going to sleep on this bulldog team and they've gotten far before but they have been sealed the deal I think you're right they are so difficult to game plan for because they have so many different scoring threats they can be to inside and outside and then you throw in the defense we saw here in the second half there's no reason why this can be a team that ends up cutting down the nets I have been told that I am I am okay sorry sometime soon but the problem for me is that you get at Austin Frazier on board one of what he sees in Oregon as the culminates in a west coast conference tournament championship to sixteenth in the illustrious history this program that Mark Hughes has built really from the ground up mark view twenty four season opens Spokane H. juggernaut no we don't like being here the label made major conference whatever you wanna call them it is for real as they will be among the favorites heading into March madness next week for the moment was too negative joy this what if he's true to me a moment experiencing this for the first time and I certainly want to feel proud about as they throw themselves to win over St Mary's and I'll take all the hardware to Spokane he just continues to get it done for a program that really just flies under the radar again the the schedule difficult early on you see them a lot of these big tournaments and they perform at high levels and then it's almost like again from a national level to kind of disappear in January and February but as they get into March they become a team everyone knows that they can you saw it certainly here tonight cordoned off the floor is the exact Bulldogs you're ready to be presented with the championship hardware but first we are joined by really the star of the show tonight fourteen seconds the highly touted freshman troops any really play the game of his life we consider the stakes here are three you had figured maybe statistical games with seventeen points tonight how do you guys produce the personal congratulations how exciting what what is this moment like for you credit score is my first opportunity to it took all of us and we've been working really hard for this and this is the one goal that we desire the most of the moment right now and it's a great feeling stresses of family homes report for the as always had a size advantage downloaded course for you really impressed upon you guys the point of getting the ball down low early in this game thousands of mourners assistance from others with this kind of thing with the defense gives us and we all did a good job or what if you have a breakfast this morning that's a big just the basic limits you should continue to go with that where is the competence of this thing you guys have such an incredible season number one for about four weeks where is the confidence level we're celebrating a lot to work on solutions so if you're going to thank you congratulations routinely seventeen points please use if anyone hasn't heard of any interesting you can get a close you may listen NBA players who's one of future he's as in front of them he really does and and and again with the with the programs well I did that I guess Regis Regis get discretionary laying opportunities they respond and you can see where the future of this program is going with some light fixtures just a junior and then you get to me as a as a freshman they just continue to learn from the previous shares that have been in this program uses just continue year after year so you're fine eighty four sixty six.

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Judge orders Justice Dept. to give secret Mueller documents to House committee

All Things Considered

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Judge orders Justice Dept. to give secret Mueller documents to House committee

"Chang house Democrats won an important victory in court today a federal judge in Washington DC has ordered the justice department to turn over secret material left over from the Russian investigation led by former special counsel Robert Muller and more broadly the judge recognize the legal weight of the Democrats impeachment inquiry joining us now to talk about all this is NPR national security editor Phil Ewing Hey fell I also just remind is white is this case about with over two big questions here one of them was as you know very well when federal prosecutors work with the grand jury we know when it issues an indictment and sometimes a subpoena but most of what goes on inside the room is supposed to be secret the German the house Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler said Congress had the right to see not only what came from the grand jury that work with special counsel Muller which was in his indictments in court filings in his big report but also the workings of the grand jury to and other secret material of the justice department said in court no you don't and that was the source of one of the dispute here today okay and what was the other big question in this case it was a little bit broader it was this question that you've been hearing a lot lately when does impeachment become impeachment for real Doug Collins the top Republican on Nablus committee argued a we haven't gotten a vote on whether we're in an impeachment acquiring and what Colin said was you know the speaker the house Nancy Pelosi can just have a press conference and say that the house is pursuing impeachment of for this to be real in a legal sense he argued a members have to have a vote Republicans keep calling this a sham impeachment or fake impeachment the resident in the White House took the position to and are not long ago and they sent a blistering letter to Congress saying you're not running any kind of impeachment acquiring that we have to respect and so we won't you're not gonna get witnesses are documents from us hi so what did the judge make of those arguments well a chief judge beryl how in Washington did not agree with those cases that the parties meet you said Democrats have the power to pursue impeachment in the way that they have been and that the administration's choice in fact respond in the way that it has been helped lead her to decide to order the justice department to give Nadler this material that he wants let me just read you a bit of what the judge wrote in her opinion today quote these arguments smack of farce the reality is the DOJ in the White House have been openly stonewalling the house's efforts to get information by subpoena and by agreement and the White House has flatly stated that the administration will not cooperate with congressional requests for information close quote now judge how has ordered the justice department give this material from Miller's investigation to now this committee by next Wednesday so how does this new development fit into the on going story about the impeachment query that it's a great question and what may be more important over the long term at less than the Miller grand jury material is the validation that this ruling gives to Democrats impeachment quite enquiring it'll be easier for example for Jerry Nadler the Judiciary Committee chairman and speaker Nancy Pelosi to point to this ruling and say you say our impeachment is fake or a sham I have an opinion here from a federal judge saying that in fact it is valid and that we can proceed in the way that we are the reasons for which Democrats wanted to impeach trump have broadened since this dispute went to court and Jerry Nadler begin this process originally was about alleged section of justice by the president now we hear much more about the Ukraine affair obviously and no one concerns that Republican expressed about this was if you give Granger material to members of Congress that sets the president which they don't like it also means that it could get out into the open you know you could begin to read about this in the newspaper here about on TV that's been known to happen Capitol Hill and they're concerned about that but there's something else here obviously to their witnesses are coming in for depositions with the committee's doing impeachment including current and former White House officials if this position before was that they could not appear because of the quote unquote shame impeachment the question now is whether this ruling will change that calculation and they may in fact do these depositions and talk in the way that members of Congress want that's in here national security editor Phil Ewing thanks Phil

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Alex Ovechkin, Capitals continued epic NHL Stanley Cup celebration at parade

The Savage Nation

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Alex Ovechkin, Capitals continued epic NHL Stanley Cup celebration at parade

"Own that that was my mistake those were my words frolics pop and granger washington doesn't have many parades but today is different because of the stanley cup champion washington capitals cheers here along constitution avenue as alexandra standing in dc in writing on top of the bus that has a picture of the stanley cup and the words it's been a long wait for the capitals this is their first cup in the forty four here history of the franchise washington the dow is down fifty points i'm mike morris finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash free ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them for you it's powerful technology identifies people with.

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WA high school banning backpacks, purses in name of safety

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00:57 sec | 3 years ago

WA high school banning backpacks, purses in name of safety

"A ban on backpacks goes into effect today at a yakima high school administrators at granger high school say facebook students are no longer allowed to bring back pacts purses or other bags to school clear or mesh bags are allowed the school is cracking down on anything that can be used to conceal weapons drugs or alcohol administrators say the policy is a response to increase school violence in the yakima valley mayor jin hee durkin expanding educational opportunities for seattle students seattle's thirteenth year scholarship programme has been in place for a while now but the city is expanding it to include all highschool we now are embarking on something i think that will remake the city into what we said a city where every child knows they can go to college mayor durkin says by 2021 the program will include the first two years of courses at any seattle college for all graduates of seattle public schools however paying for the program hasn't fully been worked out jeff pohjola komo news komo news time three eleven time.

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