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"gration" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"Well now the guy say god is all hangs now what we call an atrocity or what we call evil in high here in pretty much every case our own creation. You know we've been given a free will and we can operate that thing when they first started speaking about this. God is all things. The question was what what about fear. Fear of god. And i said yes. Even fear is god doesn't know it it denies it and they've lately said fear is really stupid they say fear doesn't descend that's why you can lift beyond it to what they call the upper room or the strato by gration that is available to us to the level of consciousness that we can align to it said there is no fear there because fear basically fears job they say is to replicate itself like cancer. You know it needs everything that encounters and every choice we make individual in collectively in support of that contributes to the fear is a whole but again. I don't wanna say this without saying that. They make this enormous distinction between cruden fear. I'll say this mexican this another interviews. You know i'm a gay guy. In my life fifties..
"gration" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"Thanks for hanging with us That was our immigration insider. Brian with untold gration by popular demand. Brian will be having his own. Weekly gassed here. On the midnight patriots network. So look for that. That'll be coming here in the next couple of weeks So be sure that'd be sure liken follow that As soon as we release it that'd Three weeks from now but Yeah look for that. And it's gonna be awesome information as always go beyond the headlights beyond the headlines beyond the sound bites and find out the real real story about what's going on at the border and why of gentlemen this segment. I wanted to kick kick on ninety here. Wanted you on the matter. Let's let's let's be candid here. I am no fan of joe biden. Dr my fan of democrats are democrat policy..
Post-Pandemic Cities Might Actually Want Airbnb Around
"Has been a roller coaster year for a lot of businesses. Few more nausea inducing than airbnb. The company saw an eighty percent drop in business. Last spring is the pandemic hit. It laid off a quarter of its employees raised. Two billion dollars in private funding hurried the heck up and introduced online experiences like virtual cooking classes to try to make any money at all but by december airbnb had recovered enough for a blockbuster. Ipo and a profitable third quarter now. The companies facing the return of its core business plus. It's pre existing challenges like being blamed for housing shortages and new ones like whether to house rioters planning to storm the us capitol. Brian jesse is the ceo of airbnb in the wake of the january. Six insurrection in washington. Dc thought occurred to us and the thought was. Where are these people staying. And the next thought occurred us weight. People are gonna come back to dc and we said we're going to cancel all reservations for the weekend gration dc. That i think we learned the lesson a longtime ago that we have to take more responsibility because our product is in the real world and that's led to us having agreements with more than thousand cities around the world. I want to ask you about that. Actually because that is been that was sort of the other bubbling thing with airbnb. Is this relationship with cities and weather. Airbnb is partly to blame for the lack of affordable rentals as you sort of prepare for that part of the business to come back in force. How view rethought your relationships with cities and housing. I think kobe allowed everyone to take a breather. Think we got a bit of a reset and the relationship with some cities city started approaching us. Some actually said they wanted to get more demand because they said we have major budget shortfalls. Now we have major tourism shortfalls. So you think it's the kind of reset where cities were like. Oh we need you as opposed to you erin. Pnb have to do more to deal with the question of how things play. maybe not. They need us but they say oh. Maybe we can work together. I feel very optimistic about our ability. Have great relationships to cities. And i think the other thing that's going to happen travel. People aren't just going to travel the same fifty cities anymore. And that has had a way of redistributing travel to more communities because primarily. A lot of the conflicts are too many people one place at the same time. You've also said that you think this idea of digital nomads could be big people booking longer term stays do you think that could improve relationships with cities and neighborhoods too because people are not coming and going so quickly. Yeah i mean. I think the other trend is our businesses becoming less transient monthly. Rentals is one of the fastest growing parts of our business. But but i think the other shift is stays are going to be longer. And i think there's going to be this blurring of the line between traveling and living. It means that people a lot of people saying that they don't live anyone place anymore or they used to be. You live on place and you go one or two nights for a business meeting and like one or two weeks vacation now a world where you work from home means the world you can work from any home and so i think you're seeing people where i think i think three day weekends. We'll be every weekend for a lot of people. i think. Some people will take five day weekends. I think significantly more people will live in a different house over the summer than the house. They currently live in where they use in the same house. I think it'd be very normal for people to go to a different house for the summer. I mean it just makes by the way total sense. Why one would do that. And if you could say well how do they ford it where they can rent their house and they're gone so you can net it out. So these are things are going to happen but you're going to also have people. They're just purely nomadic. Maybe not people families but retirees and an empty nesters or you know young people single people people who like can move. I mean i always had a dream of like what. If i could go to like you know a different city every month in live there. This would be super interesting. Think about all the people you would meet all the connections you'd have By the way in this new world you can still stay connected. All the people used to know. So i think this is where travelers going. Travelling living blurring together
Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert
"Thank you for joining today. I be sought in this new year. Twenty twenty one. We're going to discuss. Especially now they did identity in the uk for these new year. Twenty twenty one. How a super special guest. Today with rene effort he says cereal enterpreneur and co head of through profile dot. Co the industry leader in documentation power by the data flow group through profiled odoyo provides these services in a modern environment via the adoption of eat theory on blockchain prior to this rene was co founder and cozy your venture eight a. g. across the platform allowing regular people to embraced side by side would experience business angels in addition. He has been involved in founding. Several internet take immediate combines. Amande husband eat lab house. German in house gration began his career hosting radio shows in running an advertising agency parallel to his studies. He was kid of marketing in percenter at a radio station byron three during the new economy. He hid they determine department at lycos europe. Hello renee welcome. I also my pleasure for this. Podcast is great talking with you. Thank you hope. You're having a great start of the new year and twenty one fed. Who like to hear more about. Would you particularly how you doing media in order very interesting things about technology. Your life ended in this world of the identity. If i knew that myself. I think it's quite unlikely scenario that panned out spent. Maybe you also heard that famous. Commencement speech from steve jobs. In haver that you only can connect the dots in hindsight. You can't connect them living your life. Forward and limited tried to connect these dots and you mentioned a couple of things how they volved in my life. Indeed in my first life as i tend to say i was sitting on the other side of our conversation i was a radio. Presenter was a journalist by tim my highlight. There was a war correspondent for german public radio in macedonia during the kosovo. Nine hundred ninety nine. I did this kind of on the side of my university education for economic management and then post graduation. I was more focusing on the media management side of things. And as you're right they said. I was head of marketing of anti by on three one of the top ten german radio stations. After that's the new economy came. If you might recall that time the boom and the bust very was Director entertainment at that time famous and infamous search engine with a variety of other services lycos europe and really saw a lot of this bust of this new economy which maybe take a year off in two thousand two and spent a year traveling the world in a sabbatical during all sorts of things. I always wanted to do from doing a pilot's license motorbike licence mode license. Learning languages like russian spanish during my tie and then i came back to munich and well. This was my first immigration then. Going to bangalore india. And that's very in fact i thought it. By entrepreneurial journey in businesses like e commerce selling jewelry on ebay then moving into an outsourcing consultancy for bangolo has been very instill is very famous for and then starting in detroit angel invest in into indian companies with these angel andrew a cold mumbai angels so an imperative is lots of back and falls into you mentioned that also. I helped build an echo beta in munich. Owned by a hot spring publisher called spring except where we created some thirteen companies in the span of four years. Then i really truly moved back to munich for a short period of time. Very co founded a social media agency and that crowd funding platform venture ag which we then sold a year later to a publicly listed company. Then came i second immigration. This time with my family to bangkok and then kind of opportunity presented itself better typical soon network connections to join the data flow group at that time it was headquartered in hong kong meanwhile headquartered in dubai and data flow is doing esp primary source verification. Since two thousand six. And i was given a quite broad mandate look at. How can this be more digitized. And let's face it. I'd say verification is not the most sexy topic on the face of this earth but maybe it's also reason why nobody has looked at that. So i tried to exactly that so i kind of became a co founder of true profile. I oh really put the individual and implement into the center so we launched the first version of something called data flow plus dot org some four years ago and that subsequently into a troop profile. I o which. I'm now running in a shared responsibility with my esteemed koha alejandro coca from spain. Who is focusing on the commercial business part while i focus on the product and tech parts so in hindsight maybe it is possible to the dotes. I'd say my personal motivation here in the common thread has been never stop being curious. Never stop learning and never stop willing to make a move into a new uncharted territory. I can see. I can see many changes in geography and also in the business. If i may just add. I think it's really interesting. Because listen to some eighty percent of your podcast. I learned a hell of a lot. And i think what you're doing. You're doing a great service of building. This industry of digital identity from identity for people identity for technical system like api is than also what our policies locations or. What is the identity of a legal entity. So i found this area's always very separate and you're kind of bringing them under one umbrella where they belong. And i hope that maybe today. I can contribute. Another facets around verified credentials which are useful in particular in an hr context into your realm of digital
Activists travel to Wilmington to urge Biden to be more aggressive on immigration reform
"Joe biden promised to reverse trump's most restrictive immigration policies during his twenty twenty campaign. But since he was elected biden has not included immigration among us top four priorities the pandemic economic recovery racial equity and climate change well on tuesday hundreds of immigrant activists and their allies caravan through biden's home city of wilmington delaware. Where they demanded he issue a moratorium on deportations and advance a path to citizenship for undocumented people within his first hundred days in office this is yet siri tovar and with make the road action. We are in rodney square and this is one and delaware and the reason why we chose to be here is because this is where president-elect is living right now And so what better way to make sure that our voices are being heard then coming down to his home town and rain coming down from seven different states over the east coast. All the way with years is home to making sure that you know. He doesn't forget our communities. Forget the promises that he said that he was going to deliver on his campaign trail. We're just weeks away for gration. President-elect biden sent a letter to the organizers of the event writing quote the work of realising our shared vision is before us the good and necessary work that will lead to an immigration system. that's fair humane. in that reflects our values as a nation of immigrants. He wrote caravanners also stopped at hudson county jail in new jersey not far from the bergen county jail both jails contract with ice immigration customs enforcement to hold immigrants who have civil immigration cases not criminal charges over the weekend. Police fired smoke grenades at a solitary rally outside the bergen county jail where they arrested nine
John Kerry, Biden's Pick For Climate Envoy, To Face Big Challenge On Climate Change
"President elect has tapped former secretary of state john kerry as climate envoy. Npr's scott detro- has this look at the challenges. He faces wind biden named a former secretary of state as international climate. Point person. todd. Stern was pretty surprised. Sternhell the job. During the obama administration where he worked closely with carey on the paris climate agreement and other big efforts to lower emissions around the world. It sent a cat unmistakable. Signal that President-elect dighton is really serious about what he has said would biden has said is that climate change is a crisis demand swift sweeping action experts. Say the us needs to drastically overhaul its energy producing in the coming decade. A huge economic and political challenge and one eighty from the trump administration carry spoke. Npr's morning edition last week about how he invited. View the stakes if we think mind. Gration was a challenge in europe and the last year or here in america on our border where to see what happens when places become completely unlivable. So the former secretary of state will work as a brand name global ambassador under the likely secretary of state. Tony blinken who used to work for him. This carry co chaired. A task force aimed at bridging the gap between biden and runner-up bernie sanders on climate policy carry notably began the first meeting by immediately turning over the zoom to varsity precaut- twenty-seven-year-old co of climate activist. Group the sunrise movement and kind of taken aback. I i'm used to spaces like that. Having to fight for airtime taskforce highlighted some internal policy and priority differences that the biden administration will face on climate. We definitely do have differences in that was apparent. The task force sunrise believe says. We're looking at the science that we have to move way faster than a twenty fifty target. And if we don't a lot of people are going to suffer one. Big difference between climate activists and kerry how they think about and deal with big energy companies groups like sunrise see them as the culprits who ignored and worse than climate change kerry tells. Npr on the phone with them talking about paths to clean energy. They also understand that. There's money to be made in producing the products. Anybody who has the breakthrough on battery storage is could have the key to the future. Todd stearns says it makes sense for carry to have those conversations. Nobody who knows kerry would ever accuse him of these a go. Slow warned dover centrist is. Not what makes this guy tick at all. Stern says the conversations are important because the to do list on the international climate front is much different than four years ago when carey was secretary of state. The main goal was crafting. A big sweeping climate accord paris now sources familiar with the biden transition. Say the much more important thing will be cobbling together. Agreements on how to actually lower those missions things like cement steel plastics chemicals Very polluting very very global. Could you imagine subset of of the international seat. Yellows international government leaders working together to do that. Another goal will be convincing countries like china. Stop building new. Coal fired power plants. That's an area that could affect the politics of climate change back in the us to congressman. Connor lamb says many voters his western pennsylvania district where natural gas is big are still more skeptical of the need to make big changes in energy production. He says there's a mindset of what's the use of china and india are still burning coal and those things could earn for the next fifty years. So you can do everything that that the left in the sunrise movement stuff. You could do everything that those people want in the united states and it makes up like fifteen percent of world conditions and that gets to the bigger challenge for kerry and the rest of the biden administration climate experts and advocates agreed the best way to prove to the rest of the world. The us is serious about climate change again is to pass sweeping policies to lower emissions within the country's borders and doing that means not just uniting various wings of the democratic party. It likely means convincing republicans in congress and conserve the judges on the federal courts to go along with policies that their party has long opposed so perhaps the most important diplomacy will have to happen inside the us. Not around the world scott detro- npr news
"gration" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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Blue Whale Song Timing Reveals Time to Go
"During the summer wheels in the northeastern Pacific spend their days feeding on massive amounts of tiny plankton called Krill. In fact, Krill is all they eat. It really is remarkable that such a small animal is able to sustain the largest life-form that's ever existed on this planet. Stanford. University marine ecologist will a strike and to maintain themselves at that body size. They have pretty extreme feeding habits. A blue whale consumes many tons of Krill. Every day eating keeps the ocean giants occupied during daylight hours when they dive hundreds of feet below the surface where krill congregate in dense swarms. But at night when their prey disperse the whales start to sing. You. Say for ten twelve hours straight. The song you just heard was sped up ten times which brings the sound up more into human hearing range speeding up the song enables researchers to more easily study whales deep and resonant songs which can be heard by other whales across vast distances in the ocean. It's very likely that song influenzas related to some sort of reproductive function whether that's attracting a mate or warding off other males since two thousand, fifteen, the Monterey Bay Aquarium? Research Institute. Has Been Recording. The songs of Blue Whales with an underwater microphone attached to the sea floor twenty, four, seven, three, hundred, sixty, five days a year giving an audio feed of all of the sounds being produced in around Monterey. Bay when a strike and his team analyze the blue whales singing behavior across seasons. They noticed an unusual pattern as summer gave way to fall and winter. The whales changed when they sang the song during the daytime than during the nighttime to learn more. The scientists tagged individual whales to keep tabs on both their feeding and singing behavior as summer krill concentrations wayne the whales begin a long southward by gration to their breeding grounds off the coast of Mexico in Central America once they start migrating feeding at death isn't really a part of the equation anymore. So they switch their primary time song production to the daytime knowing when to leave is crucial. It's really critical that the timing of this transition from feeding to migration e sinked. With other things happening in their habitats, the researchers think the seasonal change in singing patterns signals the start of migration, which means we're now able to determine when the population has switched from viewing migration. The study is in the journal current biology. The Blue L. Song Recording is courtesy of John Ryan and the Monterey. Bay. Aquarium Research Institute. Blue Whales are endangered but being able to monitor what they're up to in real time could be boon to conservation efforts if we're willing to listen.
Lawsuit filed against Governor for ballot drop off location restrictions
"In developing controversy, the head of the Texas League, of women, voters does not think a last minute directive to limit ballot dropbox in that state will stop resonance for voting on November. Third two separate federal lawsuits have been filed to overturn an executive order issued last Thursday Governor Greg Abbott that restricts ballot boxes to one per county. Those using dropbox for absentee ballots are likely to be elderly voters or people with disabilities who are trying to avoid exposure to covid nineteen. gration mean president of the League of Women Voters Texas calls the governor's actions. A perfect example of voter suppression did example voter suppression of people who have disabilities and people over sixty five that impacts people of Color Poor people with no transportation to get to this one site I'm Roz Brown
Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?
"Chris, Calloway from Sydney Australia. I be listening to your show right from the beginning our unemployed. I did work in between I'm unemployed. Now again, I've tried several side hustles over the years I haven't managed to monetize. Miss yet I've tried a book club and Dane Grip I, had some success. I've started a youtube channel Foodie phonics, lessons, children, and have a few thought of his. What most recently have self published an evil children. My question is am I, able to use recipes that I find on the intimate and rename them for use in book at the back so that I can use the link for readers to contact me and the floor to your response to them. Thanks for gration cheese. Hey, thank you so much for listening. Thank you for calling in and good work on continuing to try different stuff. It takes a while and then that's that's okay. I love the idea of the Youtube Channel for food phonics lessons. Let's talk about your question. So can you use other people's recipes essentially and kind of rename them a bit It's a bit of a grey area because. A lot of recipes are are very common here. So there's not a lot of difference between let's say some standard recipes. Okay. But other recipes are created by chef. And there is proprietary work that goes into that. So the best safest answer is that you would need to contact the recipes author or creator for permission to use it in this way unless it's clearly something that is in the public domain. Okay now, that said, a lot of recipes as I mentioned are pretty simple. Okay. Are Pretty simple are pretty common or just handed down over the years and such. So if you're making souffles or castle as or something that's either complicated or somewhat unique, I was trying to think like what is unique to Australia and I did some googling and I read about fairy kick which I don't know a lot about even though I have been to Australia many times and love that country but very cake because the thing Australia. So anything that is complicated or somewhat unique. Where a chef is clearly create that recipe and that is something you definitely shouldn't borrow like that belongs to them however since so many recipes are rudimentary and copied over and over for those I think you'd be okay with putting your own twist on it and renaming it as you suggest except perhaps calicut half cows magical mackin sheep's. Or. farm-to-table Foodie phonics fruit salad I'm just providing some names here feel free to borrow these. You can still these or Foodie phonics vary bread maybe it's actually very bread not very kick now that I'm thinking about this more but whatever it is very bread you call it Cudi phonics ferry bread, and perhaps tweak the recipe a little bit i. think that's okay. That's a little bit different than just wholesale. Copying recipe somewhere and putting it in your own yearbook.
The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later
"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.
How to read those unemployment numbers
"Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal. It is the twenty first of May today as always to have you along everybody and we begin on Thursday. I think. Actually this is the eighth or ninth Thursday in a row with yet another staggering report on people filing for unemployment benefits in this economy. Two point four million people this week down yes from a week ago but still basically the entire population of Houston Texas. Now which need to know though. Is that those weekly unemployment claims. Come in two varieties marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer gets us going with the difference between the two and why that difference matters initial jobless claims are how many new people file for unemployment benefits in a week. Continuing claims measured the total number of workers on unemployment. Erica gration the former head of the Bureau of Labor. Statistics says think of it like a bathtub. The initial claims is how much water is flowing into the bathtub and the continuing claims is how much water is in the bathtub. Each numbers important Chris. Rupp key chief. Financial economist at the Global Financial Group G follows both well. That's why God gave us to do. Is You have to watch both that. Rookie says when he wants to tease out underlying trends that continuing claims numbers more important. Because the minute the total number of people receiving unemployment starts to come down. That's the key signal that the labor markets improving the continuing jobless claims numbers will play a key role in whether the post corona virus recovery. Looks like the or you. Meaning the economy improves quickly. Or is flatter like an L. Dartmouth College Economists Patricia Anderson will be watching that if the continuing claim start falling. Fairly rapidly than. That's good signs that we might be more. U shaped than l-shaped Anderson says if the continuing jobless claims just keep plodding along at about the same rate. That's not a sign that we're really turning the corner. I'm Nancy Marshall Genzer for marketplace
Washington, DC's mayor urges more coronavirus data collection in communities of color
"The mayor of Washington DC says she wants a thorough examination of why the virus is affecting minorities that larger rates than white Americans across the U. S. and P. R.'s Nell Greenfieldboyce reports preliminary data from New York City shows that the death rate for black and Hispanic people is about twice the rate for white people the may your of Washington DC Muriel Bowser told CNN on Sunday that this country has a long standing health disparities we have been dealing with these disparities for generations fueled by certain Gration racism sub standard conditions stresses of poverty browser said pre existing conditions like asthma and diabetes seem to play a role in making some communities suffer more severe illness she says there needs to be a national focus on collecting more data on corona virus deaths Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR
The Late George Curry
"The reason I do what I do because I grew up in Alabama and the first black journalists avenue with me. Get A job and couldn't get a job in my hometown newspaper so you will never be able to say you never met a black killed 'cause campuses around the country and some reading they always WanNa know what you think. What topic Us Don't ever have one called anybody who knows me knows that comes comes out but I actually have seen. I actually have a challenge tonight and I hope you make a decision tonight and my topic is in the form of a question. Do you want to be eight of Mamata or do you want to be a thermostat? Let me put it another way. Do you want to measure the temperature? The temperature the late George E curry former editor in chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association New Service Former Editor in chief of emerged magazine author and syndicated columnist. Curry died on Saturday August twentieth. Two Thousand Sixteen. He was sixty nine considered the dean of black press columnists his weekly syndicated column appeared in more than two hundred. African. American newspapers. Curry was a journalist journalist. He began his career. Sports illustrated magazine. The Saint Louis Post dispatch and then the Chicago Tribune where he became the New York girl. Cheap two thousand three. The National Association of Black Journalists named him journalist of the year he is also in a BJ's list of most influential black journalists of the twentieth century. Curry was unapologetic. Stewart and champion for the Black Press and frequent need for it in the civil rights narrative. He was deeply committed to fostering the next generation of journalists of color. They became the founding director of the Saint. Louis Minority Journalism Workshop in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. I'm Johnnie O. Hanson junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program a tribute to the late. George E curry in Black America emerged was a news magazine that was published for ten years up the year. Two thousand I was editor to the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July called the best of emerge at Ballantine books a publishing in your arm of a random house and it has the best collection of Of Our stories over the years so it's very different and quite frankly one day soon. I expect this starbucks. We got the most attention. Because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas. Random as the amount of his head and they me ram two years later. The lawn jockeying for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen. Single Clarence comes today. People mentioned that though. That's that's not the stores I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith who was arrested. Twenty four give a twenty four year. Mandatory sentence been Amman. Mine are basically going with drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she needed sold or used drugs But she was very attached as ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on and ran a couple of other stories. In addition to that a couple of years ago she was pardoned by bill. Clinton I'll Office Delay George. E Curry is best known for his heir to ship of the former emerged magazine. Most recently for his work as Airdrie and cheap for the National Newspaper Published Association from two thousand to two thousand seven and again from two thousand twelve until last year. Warren George Edward Curry on February. Twenty third nineteen forty seven in Tuscaloosa Alabama is mother worked as a domestic and his father was a mechanic. His father abandoned fan when he was just seven years old leaving him to step into the role of the man of the house assisting his mother in raising three younger sisters and nineteen sixty five. He graduated high school where he was a member of the football team and sports energy to other school newspaper and nineteen sixty six curry moves in New York City way worked for the student. Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He earned his bachelor of Arts degree in history from Knoxville College. In nineteen nine hundred seventy fulfilling a lifelong dream. He began his professional journal. Career as reporter for sports illustrated magazine in nineteen seventy. He was the second African American hired by the publication. Curry died on August. Twenty two thousand sixteen. He was sixty nine. I met curry back in. Nineteen eighty one and N. A. B. J. National Convention in Louisville Kentucky. The following excerpts of interviews from two thousand one and two thousand and three well up up in totally segregated tuscaloosa hours can Segregate my feelings tell people that In terms of the so called gration after drink from separate water fountains right back to the bus go to separate schools and I have very strong feelings about that But at the same time when I look at my black community those black teachers black people who were supportive There's nothing in the world like it and I wouldn't trade if anything you a pretty good athlete. Bet Did all right for the country boy. I play football. Play quarterback When a quarterback call plays from the attendant Knoxville College in Tennessee? I'm Alma Mater and I'm still in the blue. I'm on that board of directors there and what sparked their initial interest in journalism and The newspapers Emma wouldn't do the newspaper hometown the only time they wrote about black people when they were suspected of crime committed crime plan football it being an entertaining and I thought they were so many other stories out there. It'd be told and since they won't go and tell them. I decided I had to be the person to tell them now. What is interesting is that I could get a job my first job out of Knoxville. What is that sports illustrated so I can get a job at Lodges Sports magazine in the world but couldn't get one in my hometown. Newspaper reminded me that every time I go should be sending a thank. You note saying thank you for not hiring me so I can go out and see the world but that meant that meant a lot. I mean that could not get heart my hometown paper and And whenever I go back I remind them how Tuscaloosa be. I was back a couple years ago and they gave me a key to the city then told me it was fine but you didn't open anything. And secondly I wanted to the bank and combination to the vault. But they haven't done that yet. Former editor in chief of emerged magazine. Tell us about that. Publication well merge was a news magazine that was published for ten years up to two thousand. I was editor of the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July call. The Best of emerge at Ballantine books are published in the New York arm of Random House and it has the best collection of Of our stores over the years so it was very different and quite frankly one day soon expected starbuck and what was some of the highlights of of that publication well We did a lot of things and we're proud. We got the most attention because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas Random as the amount of not hit and they may ramp two years later. The Lawn Jockey for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen single Clarence Thomas. Today people mentioned that though. That's that's not a lot of stories. I'm I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith. Who WAS ARRESTED? Twenty four and give it a twenty four year mandatory sentence. I've been Amman mine of exit. Basically go over to the drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she neither Seoul nor use drugs but she was very attached ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on it and ran a couple of other stories in addition to that and Couple of years ago. She was pardoned by bill. Clinton in office and So we're real proud of that story. I'm proudest of is One of my staff members. I fortunately I feel vegetable about young since college lower. Hit a little little experience. Laurie Robinson was all right how she was on my staff and And it really shouldn't be up the whole Staffan certainly are and she's a graduate of Spelman in Atlanta and There was a allegation at Morehouse being raped. Spelman woman and only because laureate toby. She wanted to write a book about her experience. I suggested that she go back there to her alma mater right about that and then we've been home person experience with it and it was just one powerful story and those are the story. I mean a lot of store them reattached. But those are those are the real special with you on the immediate past. President of the American Society of magazine editors in the first african-american Elia and also not from New York. Right right they kinda you gotta be from New York and got to be life. Magazine's the worst newspaper in terms of diversity but They did in all fairness did let me president and it was indeed a Han and You know in fact. I'm coming from a black magazine representing the magazine industry so I was so pleased with that. Your current position as editor in chief of the National Newspaper Published Association. Give us a brief history of that organization and your responsibilities with black presses. About one hundred seventy six years old gotten around fighting against niches slavery and everything else. I have been here. Two years. Essentially is a federation of more than two hundred African American newspapers Most of them weekly and essentially what I do is provide news out of Washington and and National News as well For a member newspapers. And so we've pretty much such service. Washington bureau founders for audience. That aren't really familiar. That are not African Americans. Why has the black press particularly organization the two hundred or so Weeklies still viable in this country today. Well I wish having spent thirty three years journalism most of not into black press. I wish that the media was doing this job. And there'd be no need for the Black Press a Hispanic Women magazine but it but it is not doing. It does a terrible job and still a worse job. I think when I came to business thirty three years ago. So if you're going to get in order to be well informed you have to read from a variety of sources in the first place you know you just can't read just to Austin space when you just read just you know Dallas Weekly. Just can't you gotta read from different sources and so So would ask an American perspective gives you a different look at some of the same national issues and then he's going to be really inform. You need to reap the black newspapers and go out website. black press. Usa DOT COM
"gration" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"You but you've got to see it because you know seeing is believing but listen to this no matter what Gration status I want every Angeleno to know their rights and how to exercise remember you have the right to remain silent you don't have to open your door to an ice agent that doesn't have a warrant signed by a judge you have the right to speak to a lawyer before signing any documents or speaking to a lot of course and if you need help finding an attorney you can call three one one and learn more about our justice fund and other resources offered little support and whenever possible keep a record of everything that happens take note of an officer's name and badge number on when and where you're being questioned so you can use that information in your own defense most importantly I want you to know you do not need to be afraid your city is on your side and rest assured here in Los Angeles we are not coordinating this so there it is both the mayor and the police chief arm in arm figuratively saying Hey we're not playing ball we're gonna allow the sanctuary cities to continue but again I'm telling you these sanctuary cities are deadly killing Americans there are criminal aliens that are slipping through the cracks that are being created there beyond fishers are becoming chasms why because of the politicians because of their left word lurch into this borderless society which is creating utter lawlessness and it's to me it's it's really out of it it's hard to to imagine that because of your own politics you would rather promote something that's unsafe for not only you but for all of your fellow Americans but this is what they believe now I'm looking at just fax dot com they have great info on immigration on what to major stuff but loading here from their report on illegal immigrants are far more likely to commit serious crimes than the US public and there's a bunch of us sources cited here but here's one I like it from census data they measure a four year period they chose that noncitizens are seven percent more likely than the U. S. population to be incarcerated in adult correctional facilities this alone to banks the common media narrative before it even scratches the surface of criminality amongst illegal immigrants secondly the department of justice data reveals that in the decade ending in twenty fifteen I guess that was the last decade they could count the US deported at least one point five million noncitizens who were convicted of committing crimes in the US and there's reference to a table this amounts to ten times the number of non citizens in US adult correctional facilities that's a staggering number to me the amount of people getting deported is more than ten times the amount of non citizens in jail so if you wanna make a correlation there's one that you could make their people that don't understand the lay of the land people that are predisposed to breaking the law perhaps because they come from that country and they entered this country legally are more apt to breaking the rules now if you're envisioning somebody that looks like me when you do that shame on you I'm not talking about Latinos and brown people I'm talking about criminal aliens and they can look like anything this is not necessarily a Latino issue but it is predominately one so where does this leave us this leaves us with this article in one region check this out short quick one Washington examiner so trump hits back he slams the LA mayor for urging illegals to beat the system saying no matter their immigration status I want every Angeleno you just heard that trump comes back saying it's a disgrace saying it's it immoral and it is and this is why it's so important for us to really understand these issues so when we come back I want to play something that I found out to a family member and I I think it's gonna it's gonna Shockey you may have heard the story be probably haven't heard of this way again I'm not sure that sitting in for the great one our phone number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one then now your afternoons are stimulated on K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety you've heard me talk about the four pillars of education at Hillsdale college at least four pillars or purposes learning character faith and freedom have defined hills does mission since eighteen forty four I like to focus on the first pillar learning Hillsdale understands America's founders did that a proper education is essential to preserving free government among other things young people must be taught about America's great heritage of liberty they must be taught about how government works and the importance of the constitution and they must develop the skills to become useful citizens and the virtues required for self government because somebody high schools colleges and universities fall short in these areas today he also has expanded its mission nationwide for example towards free online courses it's free monthly speech digest Imprimis.
"gration" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You don't have to share it with anybody else you don't have to hold it out there for anybody else's approval or approbation you can hold that finally within and that's more powerful lack then we sometimes no no question about it were with mentor which talking about the the metaphysical world miracles we can also dabbled in the occult a little bit **** can't we will for sure be delighted to Hitler loves video called dignity well it's a tricky question you know there were certainly people around Hitler like rid of Hanson Hermann Goring Himmler who were steeped in the occult in various ways of some of the earliest formations of the **** party of the fascist movement drew upon a cold symbols there's no hiding that there's no running away from that but at the same time Gandhi Gration military leader was also inspired by the occult it's a question of what your code of ethics what your code of reciprocity what you code of honor is when we tap into power it's like fire it can warm or it can burn and that's where the individual has a profound ethical choice to make your words tell us more about the the the miracle side of the world again where you of said something very important to were we also creative without portion and you know some people use the term manifest I prefer to use the term select I think we are selecting circumstances all the time I think we live in an infinitude of possibilities not unlike these invisible particles that are detected in in particle accelerators and subatomic quantum experiments I think if we there are laws that hold sway in the particle world they have to be universal it doesn't mean we always experience them in the same way but what we see in the political world is an absence of time an infinitude of position I think that is a profoundly deep insight into how we live our lives is of greater psychology that controls our lives and I think we're selecting events all the time without necessarily knowing do you think angels are part of miracles I keep thinking of that great movie it's a wonderful life with Jimmy Stewart you know I I under I under those stories and I under that paradigm very very deeply.
"gration" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You schedule in keeping all Gration review a go at Gil thank you gentlemen for taking my call my question is that I'm just turned sixty five this year and my first question is was I might get Medicare even though I have I'm still working going to be working for a while and you know what I have a good medical insurance now so I think the question is here I'm hearing is that you're working beyond age sixty five and you're covered by your employer's medical insurance plan yeah I'm hearing is what do you do about Medicare and is there another example is it's going to depend on the specific provisions of your plan at work and absolutely you need to go to your medical plan at work and say I'm going on a Medicare what do I need to do because in some instances you're covered by what's called part a which is hospital insurance but you need to sign up for that but you don't need to sign up for what's called part B. but in other instances you need to sign up for both and it just depends on how many employees your employer has and with the features of their plan and so my advice is you just got to go to the plan administrator and ask them what you need to do ma'am follow their advice okay great we have more.
White House reporters slam mock video of Trump killing journalists and critics
"The White House is condemning violent video that was shown by a pro trump group at the president's Miami resort and peers Franco or done yes reports the video shows a fake president trump opening fire on critics and the media the video reportedly depicts trump's head superimposed on the body of a man shooting stabbing and setting on fire political rivals such as Bernie Sanders Hillary Clinton and the late John McCain as well as attacking the logos of various news organizations including CNN The Washington Post and NPR White House press secretary Stephanie Gration says the president has not seen the video the condemns the contents based on
Hong Kong protester apparently shot in chest by police officer
"Kong cloudy rose said of the independent women's forum has been in Hong Kong these last hours and days Arkady was there earlier in the cycles FOR many weeks and then left momentarily and is now back to report on what she's seen over these last twenty four hours we have incomplete reports of confrontations leading to at least one death what looks to be a gunshot death of a protester a young person now I want to frame this before going to Claudia cloudy semi videos are during the precedent during the run up to the demos last night what I saw where young people children for my part of the winners seventy one years old you're allowed to say children when they're under twenty children holding hands and singing songs that's what I saw I also saw a city that was prepared for worse well apparently it came Claudia a very good morning to you it is now October second for you we are getting incomplete reports here of violence but more to the point I want to know how the Carrie lam administration Caroline was in Beijing for the parade of missiles how they prepared and executed their police presence during the October first protests good morning to you. good morning driving cleaning up as China's national day basis to his very own are looking to update you on one thing the teenager who was shot point blank in the chest by a police officer is alive he's in critical condition but he's in the hospital but he looks like he will survive that's good that to your main question the way that they prepared here for national day was the chief executive left for Beijing to celebrate China is the second anniversary of communist China and leaving her deputy in charge here and effectively the police in charge of the streets who began by the day began with the shut down of critical natural state subway stations they called the MTR here and when I went down into the wind here's where I'm standing to see what what was going on in the NPR first thing I run into are a riot police into big huddles because while the NPR in the now thing they're doing this for passenger safety actually the greatest threat to safety in Hong Kong has the con itself police force right now you know quick behind it the threat of the turning those people's armed police and people will Gration are eight but they use the metro as staging areas at this point and get more from which they can boil up almost anywhere to very official subway system and means like the people are wall that is very communist China the people are world out using their own and she are on grounds that they don't want people coming to these protests and from there it just spot on in two it basically. carrying a violent or well territory there was a big March that Hong Kong people wanted to hold a lawyer usual bring Josh on day and they always protest against China on national day this is the first year that it was banned and it was bad with all sorts of threats that things would go badly for anyone who showed up alright. I could don't know the numbers except that they were huge a little thousandths thousandth thousand showed up probably a hundred thousand maybe more it just went on and on if you. materialize and they took the roots and chanting as they went fight for freedom extent with Hong Kong I watch and take down yet more of these big banners that the government has put up celebrating the seventieth anniversary of communist China crowd cheering I thought they were very painting graffiti free Hong Kong and so on they walked down the surveillance lamb calls in the what we're reading about is vandalism is targeting sites and symbols of authority they went past Jewish shops that which they didn't touch they went past hi and shopping malls where did you spray paint graffiti on shop that deals that are basically dealing with the big with that are backed by trying to interest but the rest of it they really leave alone and this that turned into confrontations which went on in districts all over Hong Kong as half the MTR stations were shut down as white police came out and fired in another finance it's your gas which they do at this point indifferent to whether there are families with kids in strollers in nearby to death nothing to do with that yes it's a terrible scene and what a border one two is kind of groups are really here already certainly on the street. John is rules was second looks like cloudy as they grow this can you imagine a little for us Hong Kong a year from now. I can tell you what it looks like I saw it late last night when I took a stroll through the what was it those awards out where they were already had trucks out cleaning up the the garbage the debt collectors which the protesters the drive to form barricades all right it looks like what was a really beautifully cacti and street wear it's a pleasure to walk around turn into a rubble strewn a landscape covered with graffiti there's free Hongkong fight out one last the defense boil down to they want to elect their own leaders on and it it was just a dark trash out city you never used to be an add on click on television years ago saying that the credibility of different it would show fibercon con and then it would show a dark gray obscene basically like communist China thirty years ago and I looked at the scene last night and if you could still this turned out so thick that add hours afterward as they were cleaning up. we're still gagging and coughing as they walked home to places in one try which is where what sort of good pitched battles are fought over and over because it's near the main police headquarters near the central government complex and those are two sites they go to all right so it's weak. but now that they've already arrested a hundred eighty people in late yesterday that's on top of more than fifteen hundred before the act they had begun rounding them up before this national day that president xi Jinping in China calls we should check the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation unfortunately he's rejuvenating it as a total of date on and basically if they sure is violent and what they wanted to hear is a culture of individual freedom will be a real desire for liberty and rule of law and that's why you're getting these tremendous showdown this is where the two tectonic plates of our time are your really meeting right now hearing aid versus hiring is free society. we just have a minute I want to because you said you were a Tiananmen you saw before and after Tiananmen and I've seen before and after on October first twenty nineteen are the mainland authorities are they a. intimidated to use the mortal violence they use thirty years ago what are they are they in some way holding back. it's very possible again we're all guessing it's possible they are because they want Hong Kong junior reserve banking. its support for foreign exchange but I they have been letting this play out right I think it's shado fighting in a way real people are really getting hurt but in Beijing where they just have their huge military parade. at this point they're letting call control itself apart and the question is how will they finally after being at I would not rule out guns by any stretch marks. slowly rose said of the independent women's forum she's reporting from Hong Kong the events before during and after the confrontation on October first twenty
Youth activists call for climate action on UN Day of Peace
"This is Natalie Hutchinson with UN news on this year's Day of Peace held on September twentieth young people from around the world have been invited to take part in a ceremony at a UN headquarters in New York to talk about the ways that they are contributing to peacebuilding the events took place the day before the UN Youth Summit where young leaders will showcase climate it solutions and engage with global leaders on the defining issue of our time on Friday conor lennon from US news went to meet with two of the youth delegates who that found very different ways to raise awareness of peace and climate change. My name is cash request laugh ner and I'm here representing Global Sunrise Project which is a media for social. Oh good we create media that focuses on sharing solutions that are being achieved at for all of the sustainable development goals but this week we are focusing on climate action and peace. My Name Is Jeff Shaw Vasu. I'm in human rights champion and defender President of Social Innovation Enterprise Wayne Hope Foundation. I was the youth moderator today for the International International Day of peace student. Observance and miring notation works to localize the SAT's and make sure that children are empowered in the sustainable development process now. We're speaking stay on a potentially significant day. When young people all around the world aw striking marching for climate action cues pains me for you you what the links are between peace and climate action climate change is obviously creating a number of refugees because of destruction of people's homes? There's flooding. There's fires that are forcing people to be displaced but also the budget that is being spent on the global defense is quite high and and if you look at the way that that money is being spent we are not really funding the defensive our planet and so it's important to understand that we have to prioritize what these issues that are going to affect the future will be in how we are looking at that climate change is a threat to the planet and therefore it's a threat to global peace and security disasters disasters are actually causing more suffering and Matt gration devastation than actual wars and conflicts and it's time to realize that humanity's actually facing the fury three of nature and that is creating new terms like climate refuge weren't there before and that's really sad because we're actually destroying the people of our our planet and they think it's really time that policymakers realized that but at the same time we realized that people on the ground are being affected by these climate change in disasters and it's time to realize that it's not just one problem. It's many problems that need to come together to that end. The solutions to those problems will create a sustainable world have either been involved at all in the climate strike involves locally with an organization called regeneration youth that focuses on regenerative agricultural agricultural practices and engaging in a conversation about climate justice and their food systems but today I will be attending the straight now looking around the world. There has been a lot of optimism. I think and people have been overwhelmed by the images coming out around the world was your feel. Do you think that this can make a difference. Are you optimistic about the future. I'm very optimistic about the future. My Organization is called between Hope Foundation so I always have hope for the future because if we don't have hoped and there's nothing to work towards so I think maintaining a positive outlook will definitely help us to move forward and I have seen in my eleven years of working in this sustainable development. I midfield that there has been a lot of progress of course. We need to act a lot faster but there has been progress in its. I think it's time that we recognize that and once we do we can definitely definitely move forward to create and that will help us to create a more sustainable world. My organization is all about creating media that showcases positive solution so I believe the showing those will inspire more people to take option rather than the overwhelming narrative of the mainstream media that is quite often stereotypical and can mobilize people and from feeling that they can do anything because the issues are just too big to handle and so seeing all these grassroots activists is making big waves of change is so for our our young people to see. I think that if a child in a Syrian refugee camp has the urge edge to look to a brighter future and one to make her camp clean and Greener Arena refugee child wishing for a better future for other children in the world I think looking looking at those children really gives you hope that if they can do it in those kinds of conditions. I'm sure every single person in the world can just step out of their comfort zones and make a difference. What do you think realistically can happen next week. Hopefully the activism of young people that is kind of hard to ignore. Our voices are have been become so loud. There's so many of us mobilized around the world. Hopefully that can form the policies that will shape our future. that's what I can for. It is my hope that the young people can influenced up making and that nations would go back and try to implement the urgency that is climate action into their national policies. I think it's time that the world listens to young people because feared the leaders of today and tomorrow and we are very hard to ignore so listen to us and we will just keep showing up until you do.
"gration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Gration crisis immigration and customs enforcement agents carried out so called enforcement surges in several cities this weekend KTA Arjun crosses live with the story Jamie so far I says released any numbers community organizations expecting the rights to last through Friday places like LA New York San Francisco Phoenix was not on the city's included in all sixteen people were arrested Friday night in a protest in Phoenix against immigration detention at the ice office have a blocking traffic on central and the light rail line as well those arrested were booked for aggravated assault on a police officer that according to Phoenix police one of the new center Jim cross K. T. A. R. meanwhile you mommy or Doug Nichols tells K. T. A. R. ice has been dropping off fewer migrants in his city right now we're in a loss or shelter is is near empty but the previous three months we have over fifty two hundred people come through the shelter and they've all process through to their final destination expects those numbers to pick up sooner rather than later because Congress still hasn't done anything to change immigration laws five a one in time for a first look at traffic this morning JP fox is in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center margin good morning Jim another what's right now we already have schooling on nine ten east down from seventy Fifth Avenue nineteenth Avenue and also I seventeen south bouncing from volume already coming down through the stack to about Van Buren out on the east side no issues on the two to the sixty four the one on one with a vehicle fire seventh street south of deer valley road this report is brought to you by thirty ten weight loss for life with a thirty ten Plainville shed the weight naturally and keep it off for life join the thirty pound challenge at thirty ten weight loss for life call eight five five eight yes.
Top contenders for president in Guatemala election
"Them. Marla in Central America is going to the polls today to elect a new president, the incumbent, Jimmy Morales has come to the end of his single term in power and he's not allowed to have another one. The main issue in the election is political corruption. But with many candidates being barred from standing during the election campaign, how chaotic has the whole process. Become sandra. Cuff is a freelance journalist covering Central America. Yes. Absolutely has been this year, had a shorter campaign, period, than usual, three months, and many of these candidates were barred during the campaign, period. One is recently within the past two weeks. What has a lot of political parties. There's a field now of nineteen presidential candidates, and there's also elections for congress and local officials will be happening. So within those nineteen candidates, there's a clear front runner, Sandra. Tortoise from the centrist named party? But. Heard closest top two rivals were both barred from the race. So that was sort of who was barred because she's the daughter of a coup leader, and former dictator, general Mon, who stood trial for genocide, and the constitution bars, who leaders, and their close relatives from running for president the other who has been, you know, a much more sort of contentious. Exclusion from the race is Tele, Donna. She's a former attorney general and she worked really closely with a UN backed emission against corruption. So a lot of what's been going on has been tied to government corruption investigations, into government corruption, which included investigations into the sitting president, you mean what Alice and the leading candidate? Sandra toyotas. So. Yeah, it is definitely being sure mayhem over the past three months of this campaign period. Incumbent Jimmy Morales Constand again. Kenny. No, the constitution curl hits reelection. In guatemala. A lot of Latin American countries due to the twentieth century history of really long dictatorships civil war. Guatemala had thirty six year civil war to two hundred thousand people killed most of them civilians by the army most indigenous so constitution prohibits reelection and actually, the ruling party candidate isn't polling anywhere near the top. So in this field of now just nineteen because five candidates were excluded the top two. This Sunday will go on to a runoff election in August. The US will be very keen to see the kind of government, establish that encourages stability because there are so many migrants at the moment, heading from Guatemala to the US under definitely the number one country origin, currently for my grandson asylum, seekers apprehended at the US border. And so the issue. Of migration, though, has actually not been a major issue in this election campaign in Guatemala, and part about is because all debates around policies and platforms have just been in the shadows, because there's been so much chaos in terms of legal battles over the candidates. I'm however, you know, the main candidates do each have different policy proposals, or, you know, at least statements in terms of how they would deal with my Gration and those gift for widely. There's sort of a broad spectrum, and they range from, you know, increasing rural aid for small farmers, health and education, all the way to proposing asking the US to establish military bases along the border between Mexico and really wide range of proposals that are on the table. In terms of what the candidates are saying, they'll do to try to stem migration, a living standards that bad in Guatemala, an incredibly high level of inequality in the mall. Atlanta and all increment of policy seventy percent of the population. Nearly seventy percent work in the informal economy. There aren't jobs. Also climate change is really affecting subsistence, farmers. There's also high levels of violence. So yes, conditions really are that bad, causing people to flee. And, you know, a lot of people and migrants and asylum-seekers themselves refer to the role that corruption has played in that because, you know, it has taken away from potential government aid and policies that would go to sort of alleviating or address the root causes of all of this migration son recover putting on Guatemala via slightly dodgy line sorry about that. Brian is Central America case in point when it comes to the loss of democracy. I mean, it's what it's emblematic of is the fact that there's a lot of there's more elections than ever before in the world. More countries are holding elections. But the quality of those elections is not particularly high in many places that are rife with corruption, and violence because people don't have confidence in the election system in places like that and be, it's very easy to get away with manipulating the election. Particularly winced ability is one of the key drivers of foreign responses to election. So in a place like Wata Malla, the US will be most interested in the election, creating continuity stability security. And so a lot of times you end up having people who will rubber stamp, or praising election. That's poor-quality simply because it is going to deliver the types of things that foreign governments in the west want. And that's that's I think something that ends up facilitating or sort of allowing poor-quality elections to
Here's everything Apple just announced at the 2019 WWDC
"The apple pencil, the new home. Screwing layoffs been designed to show again more apps on each page. The today view can be added to the home screen for quick access to widgets for weather calendar events and more. And of course, with split view ipad users can work with multiple files and documents from the same apps. I'm attain Asli and the quickly see the switch between multiple apps in, in sleight over so lots of changes come into IOS. That'd be honest to the split screen stuff. Sometimes annoys me because it, it happens. I'll actually trigger it randomly, and it's always kinda like okay Galway Galway split-screen go away. So time will tell on how this update is also. Of course, I talked about TV OS, TV OS thirteen has been updated with multiple user support and gets new feature says, coming going to be like net flicks. When you log into it says who are you and you choose your avatar in your name, and your preferences are loaded is going to be same way with the TV OS, thirteen update for the apple TV and handful. We'll get their own unique up next list and recommendations. So the same applies to apple music on TV, OS thirteen as well. So we'll see what happens here, but they're saying there's going to be more than one hundred thousand movies on the platform. I don't know what the total number is today. But definitely a big move here by apple to diverge at the same time super clarify each of the product categories. This has been possible, this feature, then we'll talk about spin a possible for while Apple's going to let us, and I Pat, is a second screen to your MAC now, there's been third party apps. Had been allowed you to do this. But if you're on the same network and connect, there's a cable connected between the MAC and your ipad, again, you're going to be able to use the ipad as a second screen through what's called the side car app. And so that's pretty slick, and it's a feature again, it's been offered by other companies up to this point. But this is the first time is going to be natively. Included in the update to thirteen probably the biggest news, all the show or other the, the demo today, or the basically, the product announcements was the new MAC pro which many, many folks are calling a cheese shredder cheddar. You know, one of those, it's, it basically goes back to the old school Lumina m- design but much different. Look and expensive expensive expensive the, the base price of the new MAC pro is going to start at about six thousand dollars. Of course, that's the base price. And then you build it out from there. Plus, they're gonna have a five thousand dollars thirty two inch six K, retina display. This called the pro XT are actually heard that the, the MAC pro his got additional each. Just like the stand for is going to be separate. It's, it's nuts. I was looking through the reports on it. But apparently, you're going to be able to upgrade, some of the components inside the MAC pro that's yet to be proven, if that's a correct statement or not. But, you know, this is going to come out sometime later in the year. I'm not in the market to upgrade. My, my MAC pro trash can in my amac. Her are plenty plenty of power at this point. So I'm not worried about having to upgrade in the cost of that his whole definitely a not anywhere near in the budget this point. But they've got a whole bunch of pictures of this thing. They weren't able to do hands on demo. But everyone got a taste of the look of it. And there's about to about twenty photos in the photo gallery of the display, an of the new MAC pro pm. Haven't seen it yet, it's pretty typical of apple very beautiful in design as you would expect. The apple watch OS six is adding an app store, so you can also expect more apps for audio health and more. So I don't think this should come as a surprise at all. You know, we can expect plenty of, of healthy features as well. And so there's lots of updates coming to apple watch OS sixteen. You again, you're going to be able to shop a dedicated app store, as, as well, a kiss watch OS sixes expected to arrive in the fall, most likely in, in September you'll get that update. Probably maybe some additional hardware. At that time. Apple carplay redesigned puts multiple apps side by side. This is a welcome update here apple announced a course that it's overhauling the in car entertainment system. Display. More relevant information users are going to be able to see a map with directions music controls. And of course, Siri powered a smart phone smart suggestions, relevant apps and commands based on location or time of day in addition to displaying app side by side on the dashboard. Apples also updating carplay calendar to provide a complete view of everything, and your schedule for the day, apple carplay will also support ways and apps such as Pandora, so pretty exciting there. All right. Along with that apple maps is getting its own version of Google maps street view, so Apple's adding a street view style feature letting you tap into into a spot on the map, look around at three hundred sixty degree photo of what's actually, in that location again, the feature will rive in a wister Iowa's thirteen and it's not real clear yet on how widely would be available. I've seen in recent months in at least in Honolulu. I saw an apple vehicle with the, you know, basically doing a street view camera type stuff. So I'm not surprised at this feature is forthcoming but very, very cool that you'll get that natively with the apple maps. They've also did some changes to Siri he. Or she now sounds more like a human, and they're saying it's going to sound less robotic, and in a demo onstage apple showed that the Syrian Iowa's, twelve sometimes hick up and kind of like I do in the show up their way through complex sentences in the version. Iowa's thirteen however, sounded a lot smoother with much more streamlined transitions. And sounded again a little less robotic, of course, last year series shortcuts debuted, on AOL, twelve and with Iowa's, thirteen new, my shortcuts space will be make will make them much easier to find. So also apple mentioned that Syria Gration is going to happen to other devices, you can sit up ear pods for example, to announce incoming messages, while you're working out an accord with carplay Syria. Also now works with third party apps like Pandora and in ways.
"gration" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"A major statement on the border? This is a big league segment, but we are going to do stuff, very dramatic on the border because people coming into our country. The Democrats will not give us law. They will not change laws. They will not meet they will not do anything. They want to have open borders. They wanna have crime. They wanna have drugs boring into our country. They wanna have human trafficking. I'm going to be making a stay fit properly tomorrow. But maybe today. So I'm not closing doing something. We're going to be having a major statement on the border sometime later today or tomorrow. It will be safe it having to do with the border and having to do with illegally coming over the border, and it will be my biggest statement so far on the border. We abroad something that the light of the people, they see now the national emergency, and most people agree, the Democrats agree to, but they won't give us the legislation you need to fix it right now. Would you catch somebody after release them? They won't give us the legislation whether it Jane by Gration whether it's lottery, they won't give us any, the asylum procedures are ridiculous. No place in the world has what we have in terms of ridiculous immigration. So I will be making a major statement, I would say my biggest statement on the border probably today or tomorrow,.
As Employment Rises, African American Transplants Ride Jobs Wave To The South
"Support for this NPR podcast. And the following message come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox seeing, and instead of closing this Memorial Day weekend may twenty fourth and twenty fifth. The UPS store is doing another thing altogether. Opening the UPS store every anger for small business, and of course shipping. The jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations NPR's Danielle Czeslaw reports, Britney Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. Here. Washer dryer your standard. It's beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and a green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter, Erla Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare. They're her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing. We're looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always in the top five, it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte. So they made the move. We did have the idea. If you know, we may go down here for a year. We don't like it, then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey in Illinois, and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at a health insurance company doing community outreach. He starts Monday actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as a university career, counselor opportunities for black folks, the south, and that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron endure North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left the south to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that Hobie got the Harlem renaissance and Chicago blues. These are all a part of the story of the great. Gration as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more connections than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian Tom Hinchey, it says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing is especially an issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many. African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where wages have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis at one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night and a special education teacher during the day. I'm what I call over employed. I have two jobs and I'm still trying to make us. Dennis says raising two daughters as a single mom on a teacher salary, has forced her into a sixty five hour workweek a couple days later. I join her morning routine flushing, it's still dark as she gets ready to drive her daughter to school hard, part is just make sure I get up actually I get up in the morning. That's the hard part. Sure, I can actually drive there. Mus- Dennis owned her townhouse in a middle class neighborhood called university city and the value of her home has increased in recent years, but our Texas have gone up, too. As mused Dennis strains to make a living. Brittany smith. The Detroit transplant is not as overextended she and her husband, both work jobs. They love and they have just one child, she feeds her daughter era, a pouch of organic, sweet potatoes here. I am a transplant that come has come down here enough taken advantage of all these opportunities. Now, some of it may be too. I have an education insane from a husband, but also it made me actually my husband and I had to look at ways that we can help bridge, the gap the structural issues that keep many African Americans unemployed or underpaid are difficult to fix but a strong economy opens more paths to success. And that's the experience of the Smith, family and millions of other African Americans who are starting new lives in the south Daniela, Chaz low NPR news Charlotte.
"gration" Discussed on KTOK
"Honest, opinion, Gration officials are now placing migrants awaiting asylum court date in various bus stations across the US Mexico border in the past seven months ending in April the border patrol in just the L Centro sector has apprehended two hundred ninety three thousand migrants. That's a four hundred percent increase from a year earlier and because housing facilities are overflowing. And because of legal limits on how long migrant children can be held border agents are now loading migrants interventions and buses and draw them. Eight hundred fifty miles away to a greyhound bus station in San Bernardino. We saw the drop offs firsthand in San Bernardino, last week, the migrants are released pending court dates. But of course, the vast majority never show up for court, critics say the migrants shouldn't be dumped at the bus station with no resources, but migrants, interviewed by Reuters say they feel safe in the US. Fox's trace Gallagher. The Alaska air carrier involved in two deadly flu plane crashes in a week has suspended operations the pilot and passenger of a flu plane operated by the Quan air died in a crash Monday. A judge makes special accommodations for a suspect unable to make it inside a Virginia courtroom, Kenneth Hicks entered a guilty plea cocaine conspiracy case outside of Richmond, Virginia courthouse while in an ambulance. The judge says the court engaged in some extraordinary procedures to protect Hicks dignity and deal with his health issues, forty eight year old ways more than nine hundred pounds and was incapable of making it inside the court. House, the judge and prosecutor Saturday table near the back of an ambulance parked in the facilities loading zone for the plea hearing with Hicks inside rich Denison, Fox News zero deported in Washington state, we'll have an alternative to burials and cremations composting the governor signed the Bill Tuesday, making Washington, the first day to approve the measure. I'm.
"gration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Real, honest, opinion, Gration officials are not pleasing migrants, awaiting asylum, court date in various bus stations across the us. Mexico border, the past seven months, ending, April the border patrol in just the L central sector has apprehended two hundred ninety three thousand migrants. That's a four hundred percent increase from year earlier and because housing facilities are overflowing. And because of legal limits on how long migrant children can be held border agents are now loading migrants, interventions and buses and driving them. One hundred fifty miles away to a greyhound bus station in San Bernardino. We saw the drops firsthand in San Bernardino, last week, the my Renzo released pending court dates. But of course, the vast majority never show up for court, critics say the migrants shouldn't be dumped at the bus station with no resources, but migrants, interviewed by Reuters say they feel safe in the US. Fox's trace Gallagher. The Alaska air carrier involved in two deadly flu plane crashes in a week has suspended operations the pilot and passenger of a flu plane operated by air died in a crash Monday. A judge makes special accommodations for a suspect unable to make it inside Virginia courtroom, Kenneth Hicks entered a guilty plea in a cocaine conspiracy case outside of Richmond, Virginia courthouse while in an ambulance. The judge says the court engaged in some extraordinary procedures to protect Hicks dignity and deal with his health issues, forty eight year old ways more than nine hundred pounds and was incapable of making it inside the core. House, the judge and prosecutor Saturday table near the back of an ambulance parked in the facilities loading zone for the plea hearing with Hicks inside rich Denison, Fox News, the dearly departed in Washington state will have an alternative to burials and cremations composting. The governor signed the Bill Tuesday, making Washington, the first day to approve the measure. I'm Richard Jordan..
Trump says U.S. will lift steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico
"The United States says reached a trade agreement with Canada and Mexico on ending US steel and aluminum tariffs. The Trump administer. Gration had imposed tariffs of twenty five percent on imported steel and ten percent on imported aluminum in the name of national security, but that brought retaliation on US made goods hitting American manufacturers and farmers. The three nations agreed Friday to drop those tariffs. The agreement allows the US to reimpose steel and aluminum tariffs is there is a surge in imports of those
"gration" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"To act they have to get rid of patching release came by Gration visa lottery. They have to get rid of the whole silent system because it doesn't work. Yeah. Catch-and-release has to end the Silom. You know, I it's just everybody knows the game that they're playing. Now, they know the game they're playing they understand what it is. And they continue to do it over and over and over and over again and nothing gets done and everything's the exact same and the the entire process just. You know, it's rinse and repeat and it's broken and we're spilling water out of the bowl. And it doesn't matter. The Democrats aren't going to clean it up and the Republicans are trying to do something. But their efforts are or you know, they're getting pushed back from from the Democrats, and the Democrats don't really care if it gets fixed. Talking. And this is the thing when you say that I'll get text messages from people are Democrats says that you know, what I don't want open borders, I want this. Why would you say something like that? I'm not talking about you. I'm talking about the people who we've and you being a democratic voter have entrusted to do things that are real and right? They have no want to fix this at this moment in time. For several reasons. One of it. It's a great way to continue to play politics raise money, right? Great way to create a bogeyman. That's Trump is evil is bad seeing foam Brown and the other way the hopes and prayers that one day you're going to be able to get these people. As voters is a very real thing. Right. It's a very very real thing. And the third thing is is it's they think it's funny. I think to watch Trump flounder and fight with this. So they're going to continue to do this over and over again. I don't hear. Too many Democrats? With coming out and saying we have a problem yet. I hear them always say we need to listen to our men and women are on the border. The men and women on the border are saying we have a problem all of.
"gration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Gration. I Republican US Senator denies rumors that ten Arizona military. Installations will lose funding for projects to go to a border wall. Martha mcsally says only one project at four quad Chuka might be at risk. I've made my position very clear on this that cannot happen. I had that conversation that very high levels. And if it does mix Sally wants promises for back funding. She still advocates a comprehensive border security plan. We need to secure the border. We need to modernize illegal immigration system. That includes the cross border commerce that is so critical for our economy every single day here in Arizona, Sally defended President Trump's southern border emergency declaration under the national emergencies act, which she says congress guarantees Peter say more KTAR news as we continue to dig deep into the issue of immigration in Arizona. We're hearing from the head of the department of homeland security on the continuing release of immigrants into our communities Christian. Nielsen says they have snow. Choice for having released because Reggie tension space. We do not have a way to care for the numbers who were coming. We don't have the facilities. We don't have the legal processes. We don't have the laws in the last three months ice has released nearly fifteen thousand migrants into Arizona, including nearly five hundred here in the valley. Just in the last week. We're looking more closely into what could have led a mirror COPA woman to allegedly inflict horrific abuse on our seven adopted kids, Rebecca rovner with prevent child abuse. Arizona says there's no real reason why person abuses, their children or anyone else. But often they've been abused themselves. Parents themselves had a history of severe maltreatment, and they don't have the skills and the resiliency to overcome that early trauma themselves. She tells KTAR in the case of that mother physically abusing it forcing her adoptive kids to start a YouTube series. It could be criminal or she could be mentally ill. Michelle Honda is accused of Springer kids with pepper spray, forcing them to take ice. Baths, among other punishments. KTAR is on the economy is unemployment rate is holding steady at five point one percent. According to the latest report from the Arizona office of economic opportunity valley. Economist Elliott Pollack says Phoenix is unemployment rate is even lower unemployment rate is now four point two percent. Versus four point four percent. A year ago? Pollack says industries like construction and hospitality are doing exceptionally. Well, I twenty two million dollar animal shelter and resource center called Heidi's villages coming to Phoenix executive director Ellen Clark says they'll be taking care of animals while rescue groups find homes for them is we're going to provide temporary boarding for animals until some of the rescue groups can find fosters the village will help animals who are most at risk and it expects to open next spring near fortieth street in Bambi Buren. KTAR news time eight oh, seven.
"gration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Gration for border wall funding that will be signing and issuing a formal veto of this reckless resolution surrounded in the Oval Office by law enforcement officials and families of those killed by people in the country illegally. He did sign it after blasting Hungary's for voting against reality is a tremendous national emergency. It is a tremendous crisis. Lawmakers had said the president was violating the separation of powers by unilaterally deciding where to spend money it's unlikely they'll have enough votes to override his veto. Correspondent saga megani? The Trump administration says the US expects North Korea to live up to its promise to halt nuclear and missile activity in response to North Korea's threat to suspend denuclearization talks with the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said that message is far different than the one delivered at the recent Vietnam summit in Hanoi on multiple occasions. He spoke directly to the president and made a commitment that he would not resume nuclear testing, not resume missile testing Pompeo said that's chairman Kim's word, and the US has every expectation he will live up to that commitment. Greg Clugston, the White House. Tesla has unveiled a new all electric SUV. The automakers model y seats seven has a panoramic glass roof in fifteen inch touchstone screen interface for expressing all of the cars controls all electric mid size. SUV will start at thirty nine thousand dollars for the standard range version, which the company says can go two hundred thirty miles in a single charge. The long range model which starts at forty seven thousand dollars has a range of up to three hundred miles on a single charge less range than the model. Three Rhonda rockstar reporting. This is townhall dot com. Hi, this is Fred dryer former Rams defensive in football season just ended and you can bet teams are already hard at work scouting new talent for next season. But if you're running a.
"gration" Discussed on WJR 760
"News talk seven sixty WJR. So the chairman of the House Judiciary committee Jerrold Nadler says that President Trump routinely. Evades and needs accountability for what he calls quote accountability for his near daily attacks on our basic legal ethical and constitutional rules and norms. And then to that end he's going to call sixty witnesses before his committee, anybody that has basically done business with at a high level with Donald Trump who could say something incriminating about him. Much of this certainly is is material that we knew about during the vetting of the normal vetting of presidential candidates. A lot of it has been written in books before. But apparently were ignored by an awful lot of people. Yes, he may have violated a campaign finance rule is that really an impeachable offense. You've got some thoughts on this and Lord willing. We'll get the phones to work James into comes. It has been incredibly patient. Let's go to him. I Hello James. Scarred. How you doing today? Well, your voice is music to my ears. My friend. I watch out those maybe. I five hundred singles. You know what you can bribe? I'm an equal opportunity. Mark here. You know as long as it's baked goods have added. I know I would love to bell. This thing about all this money. We're spending and all these. Listen investigation that work about this bent. Dollars. Things that we could have done with that money. How many homeless? Up almost just Joey. Was that money? Live better things that we do our fellow man started pursue a witch hunt. I want to make and James there's the most precious commodity of all and that is time and talent. And it is. I mean, look the Mueller investigation is one thing let it be completed and let it be done. And the let's move on this. This is clearly a partisan politically driven. It is truly a fishing expedition now, and I've never used that term and I won't call it a witch hunt. But it certainly looks like a fishing expedition when you throwing these many subpoenas at the wall James, thanks for your call. Joe is in Romulus with some thoughts on this alot. Joe? Got several comments. I like make about Debbie Dingle. First of a comment subjects that she brought up prescription and infrastructure where does she stand on this new green deal where does she stand on the border security? Where does she stand on Gration? I don't care about the sauce. Oh vitamins. I don't listen. There's nothing soft soap Abubakar prescription drug prices. Come on. I'm sure you had to deal with this. Right. I'm on Medicare. And I I'm not saying that that's not a problem. But it's not at the top of the list. As the what does she had on this new green new green deal? The other issues that are more important, and I never see her voting against Nancy Pelosi. She's always been like lockstep with the democrat. Yeah. Guy. Red flag deal. That's garbage. I don't know if you if you read the news about this gentleman. I think his name Jerry Willis in Maryland, some neighbor or somebody some as Debbie Dingle use the word someone can say you don't deserve to have a gun someone. This guy shouldn't have a gun. What happened the cops came pounding on his door five o'clock in the morning. He's a sixty two year old gun owner. What happens he comes to an end result caps shot and killed, you know, I'll look at the case. I think there was some extenuating circumstances there that I'm not aware of Joe. But I will look at it. If if you say, so I will say this that we don't have all the tools, we need to take guns away from those that become dangerous because of mental illness or become dangerous because of of dementia or other things like that. And you Bill housing a Republican the NRA has has validated. It and it said that it's something worth looking at. They were not opposed to it. It has happened in California. It has happened in flow. Florida and in California and the heaven knows how liberally are there. It has been used fewer than one hundred times a year in the state of California. So it's not like this is going to be a situation where they willy nilly go after people's gone. Let's go to Laura who's calling in from Detroit, Laura. Good afternoon to you. Good afternoon guy. How are you? I'm good that we can talk to you know, I my I wish w was still in the house 'cause I I also ask her regarding advocating safety and saving lives with a gun ownership, but then voting to murder. Babies inside the womb. I mean, you're either for humanity and saving lives and safety or you're not across the board. So it's not two separate issues. It it's talking out of both sides of your mouth, and I liked your example of the clown car chasing, the clown. That's basically what it is. I'm afraid. That's what it's gonna look like sixty witnesses that he somehow identified in less than a week after the Coen testimony. Yeah. Is it who? Yeah. Who who can we not subpoena? Sounds like the only question that they could be asking Laura. Thanks so much for your call. Let's go. I don't have enough time to get to one. We're.
"gration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR is Unimak Gration. It sounds like border wall. Replacement barriers on the Mexico. San Diego line are working as planned chief agent. Rodney Scott says drug crossings have gone way down. We used to get three or four drive through today with thousands and thousands of pounds of narcotics hundreds of pounds of cocaine and meth we don't get that anymore. It comes through the ports of entry now in twenty thirty pound loads hidden and deeply concealed compartments that take a lot of money to build and develop one possible. Obstacle to the barrier. Going up along a fourteen mile stretches that cuts through a gated community of luxury homes near Tijuana, Scott says they're working to resolve that issue. Three valley. Rideshare drivers attacked or killed in the past two weeks. None of them allowed to arm themselves, even while using their private cars drivers, signed legally, binding contracts to work for pay so Uber or lift or a rideshare company can dictate how the company should be run in how the driver should act KTAR legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom, says the rideshare companies can. Terminate those contracts if they learn of any violations, even if drivers believe they're at risk while unarmed driver could turn around and try to sue the rideshare company for any loss profit. Uber says it's drivers can tap their panic buttons on their smartphones to contact nine one one and police will get their locations. Peter say more KTAR news police officer, David MENA says if you're a driver, especially for a rideshare company that prohibits weapons, you should always watch your passengers keeping conversation the friendlier, you are the more distracted. They are to think about doing anything Mana tells KTAR if a situation doesn't seem right trust, your gut rideshare drivers can always cancel the ride or kick. The passenger out a big forgery and ID theft. Boston Chandler now. Police trying to track down victims detective Steph Tyler says they found several forgery tools in the vehicle twenty nine year old Austin Holmberg was driving when they busted him at the San Marcos hotel. It was trying to pass himself off as Twenty-four-year-old Daniel Santiago rent. Don, we can charge him with forgery. But we cannot specifically charge him with identity theft until the real Daniel Santiago rent don't comes forward and says, my identity was stolen, and I wanna be a victim of identity theft. Tyler says, there may be as many as nineteen forgery victims of homework. Arizona's disabilities community is praising governor Doug Ducey for his executive order expanding protections. It's impressive to see an administration and a legislature acts so quickly and respond to a situation like us. That's John Meyers executive director of the ark of Arizona in organization that works with and four people with disabilities. He says this quick response to the incident and hacienda healthcare is a step in the right direction. Everybody benefits from the system working. Well, and the changes that are being proposed will help this system work much better than it does. Now, the executive order provides increased accountability, and stricter oversight or organizations working with people with disabilities. Taylor Kiner up. KTAR news, a California man may have hit a grand slam with a baseball Cardi. Just bought for his sons collection. The man spent two dollars for what he thought was a reproduction of one thousand nine hundred eighty one Babe Ruth. But it turns out the card could be the real deal and worth a lot. More Chris kgab, oy and runs a collectible shop in Fresno a card from this era of Babe Ruth. If you get it authenticated. Gosh, twenty thirty thousand dollars is not out of the question. Yeah. The, but the man who bought the car now thinks the card could be an even rarer version, which would be worth two million dollars for a piece of cardboard essentially, isn't that something KTAR news time five oh six thin cardboard, by the way, I might add it's time for traffic.
"gration" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"News roundup and information overload hour going to read a few quotes here. President Trump talking about the need for the southern border wall. I quote, we should spend money to build a barrier to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in another, quote, we simply cannot allow people to pour into the US undetected undocumented and unchecked, quote, illegal immigration is wrong pointed simple until the American people are convinced we will stop future flows of legal immigration will make no progress. When you hear quotes like that? What's your reaction to them? Divisive. I think America is a land of opportunity plays for inclusion. I just really think it's credit hateful speech in general negative message like when he talks about like a legal immigrants. It's just one rude. Like talk about people like that underlies a lot of things about like discrimination and people in their prejudice prejudices and things like that. So I feel like that's touchy to talk about there are racial bias these kind of defended in they're in a word. I'd say it's more jingoistic. Minutes over is unacceptable. That he's referring to people across the wall is very dehumanizing, so rhetoric that not helpful. Now. What am I told you these were from Chuck Schumer, Brock Obama and Hillary Clinton about that? Really? Really? I I mean. Yeah. Democrats and Republicans that things about control. That's interesting. I didn't think that's as instinct surprising. Bothering you. Tell me which ones would they were respectively. But that's a that's a very good surprised, by the way, if it were a Trump, quote, I believe it would be a lot more. Bailout, less calculated. They've they wouldn't say like say the. Demeanor is like the way they come off as like. The same not spreads. Why's that? Well, because I mean. I mean, I guess I'm a little older than most of the call. I'm twenty I'm a graduate student. I'm twenty six and I remember, you know Clinton's administration and what they did Gration. What the Democrats stance was then? I think it's kind of interesting. Isn't that amazing? Donald Trump says it's disgraceful. Revolt. Oh, I'm sorry. We just told you Donald Trump that said it, but it was really Hillary and Obama and Biden, and and all Schumer and all the democratic phony hypocrites because they'd all set it themselves in years gone by. But now the now the border doesn't need the wall. Donald Trump wants it. Therefore, they can have it. Well, does that put the safety and security of we the people ahead of their political agenda? I don't think so if they believe that we needed a border on our southern border wall built and they're willing to fund it back in the day not that long ago both in two thousand and six in two thousand and thirteen why are they against it? Now, why is it immoral now when we've got more crime more drugs, more trafficking, more potential terrorists gang members that we're identifying that wanna come across the border. Again, not talking about the people that want a better life for themselves and their families were not although they need to come in legally. Also, we need to be able to vet them. Once we vet them. We've also they need to prove to us that they are able to take care of themselves. We can't put the burden of visitors healthcare and and visitors education on the backs of the American people. And if they can do that, then I think we absolutely glad to have people from wherever they come from. Anyway, joining us now is cabinet Phillips is the media director for campus reform dot org. This was done. Those questions were asked at American University very revealing how many kids did you ask about? We were out there. All afternoon spoke about fifteen students that was before some of the school administrators came over and kicked us off campus cannot be here with we pulled them campus reform, and they said, no get off our campus or not allowed here. I think they were aware of the fact that we may have been exposing some of the twisted mindset that many of the students on campus, and sadly, it's almost hard to blame these students for coming out and saying, well, you know, these horrible ratio. Well, hang on a second. How can you say that they feel one way about a statement? But only if Donald Trump says it, and they feel another way about the statement if one of their beloved Democrats say it, and when they get called out on it. How is that a bad thing? Because if it's a this is an institution of higher learning. This is an opportunity for them to learn that maybe they've got a political bias in their thinking, and maybe it would make them more open mind. In the future. Absolutely. I figured if the professors are not going to teach both sides of the discussion in class, if they're just going to push one mindset, maybe I can go to campus and enlighten students on what's going on. And I think it's almost hard to blame them because these students many of them just following the lead of what their professors are telling them what Nancy Pelosi telling them what they're seeing the mainstream media. So they truly believe that anything involving Donald Trump it has to be evil. So they don't do their own research. They hear Donald Trump, and they think I have to come out against this. And so these students the second I gave them the quote, they said, well, it's Donald Trump. It must be evil and horrible and racist. And so, of course, they're gonna come out against it. They have to prove themselves. And I think the blame for this type of thinking really does come down to college professor is what they're teaching. How bias they are in class the mainstream media and people like Nancy Pelosi that are saying border security is immoral. Well, it's funny. They weren't saying that back in the day when they were willing to fund the border wall, and they were making the same case. Now when you call these students out and you finally. You know, the payoff comes out, and he said, well, sorry, Donald Trump didn't say it Hillary said it or Joe Biden said at oral Obama said it or Pelosi said it. Do they do they acknowledge that it's only political for them or do they deny that truth in reality? They, of course, come out, and they could never believe that anyone they look up to being the Obama Clinton could possibly sesame they say, well, there must be a different context that I just don't know. Or these words must be out of context. And what they don't understand is that just a few years ago border security. We could all agree on what a good thing illegal immigration or they dangerous and for our country. But I think this show quickly to sifted happened on college campuses and really for young people in general and on the left right now narrative around immigration is that your either pro open border pro illegal immigration, or you are anti immigrant. They have not allowed any middle ground. We've covered this nonstop leadership institute's campus reform island classrooms. That's the mindset, you either have borders or you are anti immigrant, and so students or you know, indoctrinated with this idea. And so I do think people. They assume the absolute worst about anyone on the right? And they soon best from anyone in the last. Unbelievable what great work. We're very proud to announce that we're going to be doing a lot of projects with campus reform this year both on radio and TV you guys have done amazing work, and we look forward to working with you as the year progresses. And I think some of the tapes that you are getting exposes a lot of hypocrisy on these campuses campuses are supposed to be about the free and open exchange of ideas and opinions and thought, but there's not a lot of free thought on a lot of college campuses. If you are a conservative, you're treated one way of your liberal, you treated another way and oftentimes conservative speakers are run out of town. And they're not even allowed to speak on college campuses. All right cabinet. Thank you look forward to seeing you. Thanks so much Sean keep up the good work eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. Jeffrey is in Long Island, New York, Long Island has a big problem with MS thirteen gangs out there in different parts of Long Island and the opioid epidemic is spread dramatically. According to law enforcement, friends that I have both in Nassau and Suffolk County. Yeah. Yeah. I'm from Suffolk. A huge problem. At one point last year. I think they said fourteen sixteen homicides related to number thirteen. I wanted to call about the war. And I wanted to point out something nobody is saying I keep hearing the left saying it's going to be a waste of money. It's not gonna work. But it's five billion dollars. That's going to go to American workers that are going to use American steel they're going to use American concrete gonna require trucks fuel all of this five billion and everyone so shocked about the number dumping back into our economy. Even if it doesn't work how would you be in favor of such a project? Well, the point is if it is a project, but think of the seventy thousand dollars annually that we spend on the average illegal immigrant or the fact that at such a much higher rate. They are on government assistance programs. If you look at twenty sixteen data illegal immigrants accounted for thirteen percent of all non immigration related federal sentences in two thousand thirteen I'm sorry two thousand sixteen. Well, that's greater than the three point five percent of the population. Illegal immigrants is set to make up so three point five percent of the population. Thirteen percent of. Non immigration related federal sentences in twenty sixteen at a much higher rate. They're committing crimes and we've gone over the numbers and the statistics some of them are extremely serious that would be murders. That would be assaults that would be raped. These are serious crimes now Hannity, you are you're attacking immigrants, no attacking criminal immigrants, and I'm attacking a system where politicians aide in a bet further lawbreaking and more crime by giving them sanctuary protection and status that we don't hand them over when they get out of jail to the proper authorities. So they can be deported. And if your son or daughter is one of those people that are killed as a result of not enforcing. What is the federal immigration laws of the country? I don't think you feel too good about it. I I agree with you one hundred percent. And and I don't understand at this point. If your state, and you are one hundred percent defying the federal government that has happened in our country, and you send you could turn troops. You could send troops when they refused to do. So. Desegregate the college campuses, they send the national guard. Listen, if they were openly releasing people who committed crimes who are here illegally. Why don't we send the troops in an American support immigration? Americans are good people Americans understand all of us could go back and trace our roots. And find that we came from other countries to come here for a better life, the freedom the opportunity that America offers we're we're not talking about shutting that opportunity out for people. We're just saying that based on the things that have been going on in the, you know, the the crimes that are now being committed four thousand homicides and a two year period thirty thousand sex crimes and a two year period a hundred thousand violent crimes in a two year period that we can do better, and we'll do better by protecting our borders. So people can't walk across. It's that simple. And that's why it's a national emergency. Then add the drug component to it. And. The human trafficking component to it. Then add the component potential terrorists want to cross that border. That's a big component. Also, but Hannity what about the ninety nine? I'm not disputing that. I I've been down there more than anyone else in the media. And I'm going down Thursday. I do not dispute that there are a lot of good people that see what we have. And what this great country of ours. We're saying do it legally we cannot we ever right to protect our own citizens. I and if you do come in legally those protections will be for you as well. Hey, listen. I'm sure you know, I am a proud proud member of the USCCA. Their sole purpose is to what educate train and protect responsibly armed Americans like you and me from what can often be an unjust legal system, by the way, right now, they're smack dab in the middle of one of their biggest gun giveaways now.
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"Emit Gration represents. Is the government engineering population growth artificially, the government saying, you know, you Americans are having enough kids, and we the government who were supposed to be your elected representatives. But we just think we know better than you. So we're going to import somebody else to have more kids that's just morally problematic, and it's not like immigrants are all moving to, you know, some unpopulated area in the middle of Nevada. They're moving to the same big cities. Everybody else lives in. That's why you have the issues of congestion and sprawl, you know, Mark Krikorian because of the kind of country we have the most desirable in the world. We're only four percent of the population. But about twenty five to twenty seven percent of the economy. We have the ability to attract new America the best and the brightest from South America from Central America from Africa from Asia. Well, we we're being attracted I often cite the the fact that if you're an African immigrant living in America going through the system of immigration, you come here and work with a higher education and with greater ability to earn money and more income than average born Americans and you're from Africa. So it's not about color, if this was a terrible racist place, shall I say persons of color would not be doing everything in their power to come here. So on one hand we encourage or blind turn a blind eye to Guatemalans with the third grade education coming into America, but we look at doctorate candidates from Uganda from Zaire from Kenya. From South Africa. That are Africans that would love to come to America that would enhance America that we prohibited come in because of the quota system how evil or both of those things. Yeah. I mean, it's it's not a sensible way to run an immigration system in most other countries that are comparable. Say Australia or Canada, they take more immigration based on their population than we.