25 Burst results for "Gun Magazine"

"gun magazine" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:12 min | Last month

"gun magazine" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The rise of the delta variant is particularly harmful for those who are most likely to face evictions and as that reality became more clear going into the end of last week. I think all of us started asking. What more could we do. The federal government estimates more than seven million people are now behind on their rent. Well more than three and a half million of them are in danger of being evicted in the next two months. The delta variant is spreading in every state in the union. in tennessee health officials. Say it may be driving an increase in vaccinations. Page pfleger of member station w. p. l. n. Reports after months of declines. The number of vaccinations tennessee jumped more than twenty percent last week health. Commissioner dr lisa peercy says nearly every county in the state has seen an uptick. That means some tennesseans. A lot of tennesseans who have been hesitant are now saying you know what i'm ready. She says the increase could be a reaction to the rapidly. Spreading delta variant more than ninety percent of the state's hospitalizations and positive cases are among the unvaccinated and the state still lags behind the national vaccine rate for npr news. I'm peach flavor in nashville. In south central oregon firefighters have effectively fought the bootleg fire to a standstill from jefferson public radio liam moriarty reports when it first started almost a ago the bootleg fire was growing by tens of thousands of acres day quickly becoming the nation's largest act of wildfire now a combination of hard work and several days of relatively mild weather has allowed crews to stop the fires growth bootleg fire spokesperson l. Nash says there are nearly two hundred seventy five miles of contained fire line but he says that we still have over fifty miles of open fire line. It just helps put into context. The size of this fire containment on the fire is now up to eighty four percent increasing fire weather over the next few days is expected to test those containment lines but officials have expressed confidence. They will hold for npr news. I'm liam moriarty in ashland oregon firefighters in northern california report. They're making progress against the dixie fire. It's burned about three hundred. Eighty eight square miles and destroyed more than forty homes and other buildings officials say the cause of the blaze is under investigation. You're listening to npr news major wildfires. Continue to burn near resorts in southern turkey. At least eight people have died. Thousands of people were forced from their homes. Some hotels were evacuated for a time. The european forest fire information service says there have been three times as many fires as an unusual year. Wednesday is the second anniversary of a mass shooting in dayton ohio. Khloe murdoch from member station w. y. s. reports survivors are suing. The manufacturer of the gun magazine used in the shooting. The lawsuit claims that the manufacturer kyung chung industry usa is responsible for selling and marketing. The hundred round gun magazine. To the general public la- sandra james is the mother of lois. Oglesby who died in the shooting. She says the anniversary of their mother's death hangs over her two granddaughters. She's counting the roses and saying asking how a house is possible. That one person killed nine people that fast. She needs answers. Attorneys are calling for the manufacturer to pay damages. They're also filing an injunction to prevent the company from selling and marketing these magazines to the public for npr news. I'm khloe murdoch former illinois. Governor rod blagojevich is suing his home state for removing him from office. After his arrest on corruption charges he was later convicted blow voyages in banned from running for elective office in illinois again. He says he hasn't decided yet whether he will run again. Buddy wants to keep his options. Open i'm nora. Raum npr news..

npr news liam moriarty Page pfleger Commissioner dr lisa peercy tennessee oregon federal government european forest fire informati Khloe murdoch nashville jefferson gun magazine Nash kyung chung industry usa
"gun magazine" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | Last month

"gun magazine" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Npr news in washington. I'm jack speer south carolina. Senator lindsey graham who's been vaccinated against cova nineteen now. Says he has tested positive for breakthrough case of the corona virus. Npr's claudio gonzales reports. He was seen at the capital earlier today wearing a mask but left soon after learning his diagnosis statement. Graham says he has mild flu like symptoms and plans to self isolate for ten days. He also said he was glad to have gotten the vaccine and that he's quote certain that without it. His symptoms would be far worse grams at least the third member of congress to say that they've tested positive since july republican representatives. Vern buchanan. A florida and klay higgins of louisiana also reported infections in recent weeks before those cases no member of congress had reported falling ill with cove in nineteen for nearly six months cloudy silas. Npr news washington. Nearly three of four americans over the age of eighteen have gotten at least one dose of a covert nineteen vaccine. That's based on the latest numbers from the centers for disease control and prevention which says more than seventy percent of all. Us adults more than one. Hundred and eighty million. Seven hundred sixty thousand people have received at least one shot. Nearly fifty percent are fully vaccinated. That is only slightly behind the goals. Set by president biden which was not mad of seventy percent of all. Us adults having received at least one shot by the fourth of july secretary of state. Antony blinken says the us will offer refugee status to some afghan citizens. Npr's quil lawrence reports. This comes as the taliban retake parts about ghanistan. There's already a program to evacuate people who helped the us military. This new status is for afghans. Who with other american organizations secretary blinken said the violent return of the taliban spurred the move our obligation I believe is in the first instance to make sure that we are making good on our commitments to those who put themselves on the line. Their families on the line to help us. This only helps afghans who make the painful choice to flee to a safe third country blinken said and the state department said. It can't help them. Make that journey because the us no longer has significant troops in afghanistan quil lawrence npr news. Senate majority leader. Chuck schumer said. Today he's looking to speed up consideration of nearly one trillion dollar infrastructure improvement bill from promising along with fellow. Democrats will work with republicans to push the bipartisan measure through the luminous bill. As of sunday night weighed in at some twenty seven hundred pages. Both sides are currently deciding what amendments to added the measure nations manufacturing sector slowed for second straight month in july the institute for supply management key purchasing managers group says. Its manufacturing index declined. One point one percent to fifty nine point five any reading over fifty though still indicates growth a mixed close on wall street today. The dow is down ninety seven points. The nasdaq up eight points. The snp fell eight points today. You're listening to npr news. In washington britain has opened. its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from the us and the european union. The change coming is travel. Industry leaders are calling on the conservative government there to further ease restrictions for the vaccinated so there were reports that british prime minister. Boris johnson's government may at a new category. Britain's traffic light system of travel restrictions watch lists. it could warn of nations in danger of being downgraded on the kovic list. That's move industry. Officials say could make many people decide to stay home and could hurt thousands of jobs. This week is the second anniversary of a mass shooting in dayton ohio glowing murdoch from member station w. wia so reports survivors and family members of the nine people who died are suing. The manufacturer of the gun magazine used in the shooting. The lawsuit claims that the manufacturer kyung chung industry usa and its south korean counterpart is responsible for selling and marketing. The hundred round gun magazine to the general public la- sandra james. Is the mother of lois. Oglesby who died in the shooting. She says the anniversary of their mother's death hangs over her two granddaughters. She's counting the roses and saying asking how a house is possible. That one person killed nine people that fast. She needs answers. Attorneys are calling for the manufacturer to pay damages. They're also filing an injunction to prevent the company from selling and marketing these magazines to the public for npr news. I'm khloe murdoch. Crude oil futures prices move lower today. Oil ended the session three point six percent monte concerns about the dental variant of the virus. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington..

blinken Npr Npr news jack speer Senator lindsey graham claudio gonzales Vern buchanan klay higgins centers for disease control an president biden Antony blinken us washington congress taliban institute for supply managemen npr news
Proud Boys Leader Charged for Burning Banner When BLM Rioters Burned Blocks

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Proud Boys Leader Charged for Burning Banner When BLM Rioters Burned Blocks

"From AOL. The leader of the far right Proud Boys pleaded guilty money to burning a black lives matter. Banner. Taken from a historic black church during a demonstration in December. In league Theriot 37 in Miami. I understand He's a Cuban Americano, Mr Producer. Hardly white. I allowed to say that I think I will. It was arrested on January three in Washington on a warrant stemming from a December 12 incident. The proud boys and other groups marched in a raucous pro trump rally through downtown Washington. The banner was stolen from the Asbury United Methodist Church, one of the oldest black churches in the area. On top of the destruction of property charge. He also pleaded guilty to attempting to possess a high capacity gun magazine which is illegal in the city. Alright, let's stop. He burned a black lives matter. Flag, Mr Producer. Have you ever heard of anybody being charged with burning a flag? Private property or no private property. Did we see entire blocks burned during the riots of this past summer? People had their hats pulled off their heads. People have their cars damaged people, all kinds of stuff. Does it not strike anybody as weird? And beyond weird. That this guy is charged with burning a black lives matter. Banner.

Mr Producer Asbury United Methodist Church Theriot AOL Washington Miami
Proud Boys leader arrested in Washington DC

Phil Valentine

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Proud Boys leader arrested in Washington DC

"Leo was arrested. As he was being driven from the D C area airport. This is having a while ago for allegedly burning a stolen black lives matter. Banner. Taken from a historic black Washington D. C church last month. After a day of pro tramp while Trump rallies, he admitted to burning the banner in his online posts and several media interviews of the time. So you know, people burning flags, and that's a good I know He stole this from somebody else and burn it. But But here's what really gets me. Police say he's also charged with possessing two gun magazines. As far as I know there were no bullets in them. But there were gun magazines so you can't even have what is that called Gun paraphernalia now? It's like drug paraphernalia. It was charged with possessing two gun magazines. New York Times confirms, a spokesman for the Police department in D. C. Said to Leo's arrest on charges of destruction of property and out of that, upon his arrest, he was in possession of two high capacity firearm magazines and was charged accordingly.

LEO Donald Trump Washington D. C. New York Times Police Department
"gun magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gun shots and one indiscernible sound right? One media was reporting 15 total shots. Yeah. So you know, I can't tell whether that first sound. You know, when I was listening to that back and forth, that's a lot different than clear. Yeah. Well, how many deputies fired? Well, see, That's it. We don't know. And I was trying to trying to get a complete answer, but I believe that deputies Gun magazine holds 10 rounds on. I'm sure I'm going to get corrected on this pretty quickly, but I I'm going off of memory. Andi, I'm not sure if that's correct or not, because I was trying to piece this together. If there were 14. That means two had to have been shooting because I don't think you've got 14 or 15 rounds in one magazine on a deputy's gun. Trying to figure that one out and But I will tell you that I did have a one on one conversation with Lieutenant Braden Dean from the sheriff's Homicide bureau who's investigating this and he told me, you know, kind of what led up to these events. Deputies from South Los Angeles station Observed our individual in question. Writing a bicycle near 1/10 Street and Bud Long Avenue. They observed him commit vehicle code violations on that bike. And they meant to make a traffic stop of that individual. By the time they were able to safely conducted, you turn in attempt to contact that individual. He had discarded the bike and began to run north bound on Bud Long Avenue. They lost sight of him momentarily and then Saw the individual again on 1 0/9 place around the 1200 block, at which time the deputy's stop their vehicle and one of the deputies on the passenger side got out. One of the deputies exit the passenger side of the car and made contact with him, at which time a fight ensued. He struck the deputy one time in the face and then dropped a jacket that he was holding. In his other hand, Once he dropped that jacket, the deputy clearly see a black semiautomatic handgun fall out of that jacket. At which time the individual made a motion down towards the firearm that was on the ground and a deputy involved. Shooting occurred. That was what was different from last night's press conference because I was listening back to the press conference with, uh, Brandon Dean, and all, he says, is that the jacket had been dropped. But and then said a deputy involved shooting happened and that the critical part that was missing was sort of. Why what happened to you know to get the deputies to fire at which time the individual made a motion down towards the Firearm that was on the ground.

Lieutenant Braden Dean Brandon Dean Los Angeles Andi
"gun magazine" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"It's official soon for California. It is the banana splits, and every week we check in with our war correspondents on the front lines off the crazy culture shenanigans that is California. No. Her Jennifer Horn right now, Jennifer. Sometimes it feels like we're living in a very strange dream. Last snow globe like a peculiar slow globe. What did you dream last night Shared? What was your dream about? You had you had a doozy, right? Oh, yeah, it was. It was incredible. So go to sleep. You know, as you do normally, after a pretty mike Lyndall my pillow on my mike Lyndall my pillows my neck fuels. Immaculate. Um, I was going to sleep, and I had a dream where For some reason, everybody here at the station, The staff received an invitation to the funeral of Dr Jill Biden. Famous neuroscientist, famous neuroscientist, and we all went and we were sitting in this pew in what was a rec center. There was maybe 25 people there in a rec center for doctors, all social distancing. Amen. At the start of it. There was an interpretive dance. Well, of course it wasn't You see, it wasn't it wasn't it was it was just it was one of my classmates in high school is a dream. After all, there's this interpretive dance. For some reason, Dr G. This just ticked you off. You were so man is an interpretive, dance, funny nose, and you didn't want to be there in the first place. So you got up and you said, What is this? I That's good. That's not a dream. That's reality. I felt like I was like 5 ft. Tall, I just shrunk down. I was like, Oh, my God, it's full time. So there is something in my dream Last night was I was saying, you know, this is going to say this with Eugen minds. I was. I was hanging out with Sean Connery in his prime in an exclusive kind of Victorian era hotel in Central Europe. That's a great dress. I've got an excuse. I take drugs and Clara Queen, but sad doesn't have an excuse. He doesn't take it and I had another dream Jane, as I was waking up from my reverie. The California won a case about the second Amendment. Was that a game? Not a dream. Whoa. How about this? I mean, this is actually like I said to you in the internal in our last segment together, there are good things happening in the right way is coming around people in California even though there were and they're there. Hippy sandals, and they're holding their Starbucks lots. It's sinking in for people, and this is a great story. So the San Francisco ninth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals, you know about that, but my circus. This was the ninth exactly overturn California's ban on large capacity gun magazines. I feel like it went into effect about a year ago. High capacity Gun magazine. If you don't know is one that holds more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Now this was a tutto Walt decision. The appeals court said that the ban violates the second Amendment. Do you think the author But the opinion was actually an appointee of Donald Trump. This is why this election matters kids because Donald Trump and say what you will about Mitch McConnell. Sometimes you love them. Sometimes you don't. He's no one thing to his credit. He's yes, he's he knows the importance of influencing the court system and by getting Donald Trump to appoint all of those vacancies that Obama just left flying in the wind. Trump's putting judges onto these courts to even things out a bit. So what happened is in this opinion by Judge Kenneth Lee. He said that California law substantially burns the right to amend self defense. Why, well, because this ban makes a criminal for California's toe actually own. Magazines that comes standard in guns like Glocks or Berettas. Yeah, that are just well, we can't own those air. You kidding? Air 15, although that was a year ago to evil looking Yeah, And it's a scope, he says that was so sweeping that half of all magazines in America would now be unlawful toe own in California. That's a problem And so he struck this one down. This is a huge win, and by the way, as soon as this announcement came out, it was, I think last Friday when the decision was made The lines at gun stores. Love people were stocking up on the mic Go. Thanks. That's the Maga effect. Look, and this is one of those issues that even if you may not like what President Trump says, or what he tweets. If you value your second Amendment, then there's a clear choice here. Do you want better or Rourke determining what of guns or what kind of protection you have in your home? Or do you want Donald Trump to Dio is the embodiment. Of why these things happen because you never give up even on California and she holds that torch high. Follow her right now. Jennifer Horn onto the host of the morning ants in the General Don Sean am 5 90 am 8 70 The answer. Also with crn talk dot com Jennifer Last thing I have to talk to you about. When we told what we told every single day. That there's no such thing as vote of fraud in America. Oh, yeah, no Such thing. It's like Antifa. They don't exist in Portland. He didn't get his head beat and by by people on the street No, no, no, that stuff That's just an illusion. Well, we now have bribe a dotcom reporting my body. Joel Pollack. He's great. Oh, Joe's great voter fraud. Colon man arrested in Los Angeles. For voting three times as his dead mother, Cesar Peter Abou Tin, charged with felony counts off fraud in connection with his 67 year old mother who died and then he voted on her behalf. Thrice. Yep, um, how did that happen? You know it is. So this is maybe one of the most frustrating issues that I'm watching unfold and the news media is handling of. It is a disgrace because what they're doing is they're taking really issues the integrity of our vote and they're conflating multiple things together to try to make it look like Donald Trump doesn't want you to go cast your vote in the upcoming election. They're taking problems within the state and problems were building up brand new infrastructure for universal mail in ballots. They're conflating that with pre existing problems with the post office to try to hang it around Round the neck of Donald Trump, which is such a lie. But for those people who say that President Trump was lying that there is no such thing as voter fraud, or that conservatives who care about these issues are lying. Here is a perfect example. And it's one of many in L. A and in Southern California this guy from Norwalk, as you mentioned pretended to be his mother in three different elections between October 2012. And November 2014 In each of these elections, he claimed to be his mother, who died back in 20 in 2006. Now there are hardly ever And there's hardly ever an instance where voter fraud charges were actually filed in L, a county. But this one was so out there because they were able to use the mothers that death record, Teo to prosecute this guy. This is only the latest story a story a couple of weeks ago that came out Was that Democrats and this it gets buried, said it's just swept under the rug. And if not, for a few brave local media reporters that actually tell these stories, you would never hear them. There were a group of a group that was funded by Democrats in California who's going out with cash. They were going out with money to homeless people on Skid Row and offering them money in exchange for their vote in the last election in 28. Now, you couple that with the fact that California has a big motor voter problem where they're they're registering. Anybody who goes into the D. M V can register and get a driver's license and you could get registered to vote. Now they give illegals driver's licenses in the state of California. And every time those people register, there is a large percentage of them. Two thirds. I think of the motor voter registrations were given to illegal immigrants. You have those people floating around on the voter rolls. And then you have Alex buddy, who's our secretary of state who never cleans up the voter rolls and lets all of these dead people sit there. People who have moved out of state and never offers to clean them up. I can tell you I bought my grandparent's house. I lived here and I got a ballot for my grandfather and I did the right thing. After he died, I tore it up and I threw it away. But how often is this happening? T people.

California Donald Trump Jennifer Horn fraud mike Lyndall Dr Jill Biden America President Sean Connery official Starbucks U. S Circuit Court of Appeals Gun magazine Central Europe San Francisco Mitch McConnell Dr G.
"gun magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"Days to divest itself of any assets used to support the popular tic tac app in the United States. President said in an executive order that there is credible evidence to believe that bike dance might take action that threatens national security. Last week, the president ordered sweeping bands on dealings with the company. It remains unclear what the TIC tac orders will mean for the apse 100 million users here in the U. S. There's been a setback for White House foreign policy on Iran. The U. N Security Council on Friday overwhelmingly voted against the U. S resolution to indefinitely extended arms embargo against Iran and U S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed the vote, calling it inexcusable. Indonesia's ambassador is president of the U. N Security Council announced the vote. Has not been adopted, having failed to obtain the required number off without further action. The 13 year embargo will now expire in mid October, allowing Iran to buy and sell conventional weapons without Yuen restrictions. Pamela Falk CBS News a win for Gun rights advocates in California, a federal appeals court struck down the state's ban on large capacity magazines. It said The ban, holding on more than 10 rounds magazines was a violation of the Second Amendment. The California Rifle and Pistol Association called Friday's decision a huge victory for gun owners. A three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals has thrown out California's ban on high capacity ammunition magazines, ruling that the law violates the constitutional right to bear firearms. Governor Gavin Newsom champion the magazine band when he was lieutenant governor. But appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote, even well intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster. California's attorney General Javier or by Sarah said he's reviewing the decision. I'm Jennifer King. Oh, wet weekend after a wet week. The forecast is next and after traffic and weather in the district of look at the numbers in some communities when it comes to issues like drugs, crime and policing. I'm Melissa. How 7 37 Since their earliest days, Dogfish head has woman off centered beers and iconic music.

President Iran California U. N Security Council Governor Gavin Newsom U. S Circuit Court of Appeals United States Mike Pompeo Pamela Falk Indonesia General Javier Kenneth Lee White House Pistol Association executive Jennifer King
Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

"Win for Gun rights advocates in California, a federal appeals court struck down the state's ban on large capacity magazines. It said The ban, holding on more than 10 rounds magazines was a violation of the Second Amendment. The California Rifle and Pistol Association called Friday's decision a huge victory for gun owners. A three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals has thrown out California's ban on high capacity ammunition magazines, ruling that the law violates the constitutional right to bear firearms. Governor Gavin Newsom champion the magazine band when he was lieutenant governor. But appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote, even well intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster. California's attorney General Javier or by Sarah said he's reviewing the decision.

California Governor Gavin Newsom U. S Circuit Court Of Appeals General Javier Kenneth Lee Pistol Association Attorney Sarah
Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

Tim Conway Jr.

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

"Appeals court has thrown out California's ban on high capacity ammunition magazines, saying it violates the Second Amendment. The band prohibited magazines that hold 10 or more bullets and came in the wake of a Siri's of mass shootings. But the court says the law was too broad and outlaws more than half of the magazines in the country. California's attorney general has not said yet whether he will appeal to the U. S Supreme Court.

U. S Supreme Court California Siri Attorney
Nine killed at two shisha bars in Germany in suspected far-right attack

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Nine killed at two shisha bars in Germany in suspected far-right attack

"A gunman suspected of shooting nine people dead at two. Shisha bars in the south western German city of how has been found dead at his home. Bild newspaper said the model was a German citizen. And that ammunition and gun. Magazines were found in his car. The motive for the attack is as yet unclear

"gun magazine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on WTVN

"Chance notices that were mailed out in July among the roses exceptions people purge due to vendor errors and voters who may have moved but still live in the same county rob Bailey reporting Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson sixteen year old great grand son cannot be facing adult charges in the shooting according to public records a Cleveland police gang detective was fired upon three times near east eighty six in Quincy the night of July seventeenth after a search the car was later pulled over near east ninety third in union with the mayor's great grandson allegedly behind the wheel investigators say a seventeen year old passenger tried to escape but was caught with a firearm and an empty gun magazine was discovered inside the vehicle both the pleaded not guilty in juvenile court a grand jury will decide if they should face adult charges I'm Ken Robinson an investigation is under way in Richmond where a man shot at someone he says was breaking into his home police say the man called nine one one Thursday to say it opened fire after confronting the person identified as in a strange relative who fled the scene investigators found a bullet in the garage but they don't know that the alleged intruder was hits in Ohio state representative wants to protect high school referees from Bisland fans state Rep Joe Miller is sponsoring legislation that would ensure jail time for anyone convicted of assaulting an official before during or after a sporting events house bill two oh aids would increase that penalty to a fifth degree felony Miller citing health and well being of officials for his reasoning behind the bill I'm Kyle Cornell..

rob Bailey Frank Jackson Quincy Ken Robinson Richmond state representative Joe Miller Kyle Cornell Cleveland Ohio Bisland state Rep official seventeen year sixteen year
"gun magazine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on WTVN

"Purge due to vendor errors and voters who may have moved but still live in the same county rob Bailey reporting Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson sixteen year old great grand son can now be facing adult charges in the shooting according to public records a Cleveland police gang detective was fired upon three times near east eighty six in Quincy the night of July seventeenth after a search the car was later pulled over near east ninety third in union with the mayor's great grandson allegedly behind the wheel investigators say a seventeen year old passenger tried to escape but was caught with a firearm and an empty gun magazine was discovered inside the vehicle both the pleaded not guilty in juvenile court a grand jury will decide if they should face adult charges I'm Ken Robinson an investigation is under way in Richmond where a man shot at someone he says was breaking into his home police say the man called nine one one Thursday to say it opened fire after confronting the person identified as in a strange relative who fled the scene investigators found the board in the garage but they don't know if the alleged intruder was hits in Ohio state representative wants to protect high school referees from Bisland fans state Rep Joe Miller is sponsoring legislation that would ensure jail time for anyone convicted of assaulting an official before during or after a sporting events house bill two oh aids would increase that penalty to a fifth degree felony Miller citing health and well being of officials for his reasoning behind the bill I'm Kyle Cornell. feeling you're the top trending news. our Columbus's news piece on news radio six. would you TV and.

rob Bailey Frank Jackson Quincy Ken Robinson Richmond state representative Joe Miller Kyle Cornell. Columbus Cleveland Ohio Bisland state Rep official seventeen year sixteen year
Two more Texas shooting victims die in attack called domestic terrorism

Fresh Air

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Two more Texas shooting victims die in attack called domestic terrorism

"Families across the United States are holding vigils and planning funerals after series of mass shootings in under two weeks flags are flying at half staff in response to the back to back attacks over this past weekend we begin with yesterday's attack in Dayton Ohio were twenty four year old man killed nine people and injured dozens of others in under a minute before he was killed and peers Bracton Booker quotes police in saying the gunman was armed with more than two hundred rounds of ammunition Dayton officials say the gunman was able to fire off at least forty one rounds before police killed him but he was ready to shoot so much more here's Dayton police chief Richard Beal all of those were completely at full capacity including the loose surrounds found on the ground near him as well as in a backpack that he carried he would have a maximum of two hundred fifty rounds in his possession at the time president trump weighed in on this begins mass shootings he said no support for federal red flag laws but stopped short of backing other gun control measures including banning large gun magazines Bracton Booker NPR news Dayton Ohio the police say there's been no evidence so far that race was a factor in the Dayton shooting over the mass shooting in el Paso Texas hours earlier also carried out by a young white man is now being treated as a case of domestic terrorism and today doctors confirm at twenty second person has died as a result of the shooting at a Walmart in el

United States Dayton Ohio Bracton Booker Richard Beal Donald Trump Walmart EL Dayton President Trump El Paso Texas Twenty Four Year Twenty Second Two Weeks
"gun magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Capacity gun magazines are flooding into California and a big smoky compost fire is burning in plaster county and firefighters say it may take two weeks to put it out details. Just ahead, traffic and weather together. Now every ten minutes. Here's Dana half. The accident building up all of a sudden brought to you by right at home and right now downtown to the split. A again looks really good at eleven minutes and just a little traffic around the Marconi curve, the split to Roseville eastbound eighty also eleven minutes now bad day, eighteen minutes, again, I five or ninety nine either way you go. That's the way. It's looking right now. And if you're heading out to elk grove on southbound ninety nine eighteen minutes, I'm going to check. Again, we have had some really heavy traffic negatives way toward golf right now because of an earlier accident, and it looks like that is still going to be an issue starting back at grant line camera road going all the way to Dillard, so big time delays down there. And as you head to woodland. Well, I shouldn't say downtown to Folsom eastbound fifty that's about twenty three minutes also improving downtown of woodland northbound I five twenty minutes and fourteen minutes as you head to Davis of the downtown area on westbound eighty and the right care from right at home is designed to meet your aging loved ones specific needs and caregivers are trained to monitor cognitive and physical changes to help maintain a higher quality of life. Visit right at home dot net slash T W N today and traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons. Dana has news ninety three point one KFC K clear tonight with a low of forty eight four tomorrow, both sunny pleasantly warm up bit breezy at times tomorrow.

Dana elk grove California Roseville golf Dillard Davis eleven minutes ten minutes ninety nine eighteen minutes twenty three minutes five twenty minutes eighteen minutes fourteen minutes two weeks
"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Fifty W F T West Palm Beach with your eleven o'clock update. I'm Karen Curtis. The state attorney who represents Orange County is holding a news conference right now regarding the pulse nightclub shooting in two thousand sixteen she's providing a shoot review on whether officers who fired their weapons at the pulse nightclub were justified this of here, and he was firing his nine millimeter handgun, and at that point thirteen members of law enforcement fired their firearms and combined the thirteen individuals fired a minimum of one hundred and seventy two times, they hit the shooter seven times, they did not hit any civilians at that time. The shooter Omar Mateen was killed after he killed forty nine people and injured more than fifty. I have the press conference streaming live at our website, eight fifty WT L dot com and expensive teensy tiny twelve year old monkey. That was stolen from the Palm Beach zoo is back home safe and sound ficials say Kelly is doing just fine considering she's been without her medicine for a couple of days should be reunited with her boo. Her husband Cueto as soon as they can determine she's fully healthy surveillance. Video showed a male suspect approach the monkeys enclosure earlier this week cutting through the fence to gain access the videos up our website, a fifty W F T L dot com. President Trump is less than pleased about a tentative deal to avert another partial government shutdown, but he is signaling that he will sign. It Senator Richard Blumenthal is proposing a Bill that would ban large capacity gun magazine is no more simple straightforward way to save lives from gun violence and to ban these high capacity, magazines, the Connecticut, Senator is joined by Ted Deutch who represents the parkland area in Florida in offering to keep America safe act and tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the mass shooting at MSG high school in parkland. We will be paying tribute to the survivors victims. And their families all day tomorrow and a massive thirty five foot temple made out of sheets of plywood. Cut with elaborate lace designs has been built to honor the parkland community David best is a seventy four year old San Francisco artists, he built the temple of time as a way to help the community cope with the tragedy. The temple will be open to the public starting tomorrow until mid may when it will be burned down go to our website. A fifty WT L dot com to see photos of the temple of time. Scientists at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are trying to revive the Mars Rover the motorized at mobile robot has been on Mars for the past fifteen years, which is fifty times longer than anyone expected. Dust storms have swept the red planet and covered the Rover's solar panels. Researchers have simply lost touch if the scientists don't get any signs of life from the Rover. They're expected to call the mission over they sent a message to the Rover last night. And we'll provide an update later today. Jason Campidoglio NBC News Radio..

Karen Curtis Ted Deutch President Trump West Palm Beach Senator Richard Blumenthal Omar Mateen NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Cueto Kelly Palm Beach NBC Jason Campidoglio David best Senator attorney Orange County Pasadena Connecticut
"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Tiny twelve year old monkey was stolen from the Palm Beach. Zoo is back home safe and sound ficials say Kelly is doing just fine considering she's been without her medicine for a couple of days should be reunited with her boo. Her husband Cueto as soon as they can determine she's fully healthy surveillance. Video showed a male suspect approaching the monkeys enclosure earlier this week cutting through the fence to gain access. The video is up our website, a fifty W F T L dot com. President Trump is less than pleased about a tentative deal to avert another partial government shutdown, but he is signaling that he will sign it. One Senator is reintroducing legislation that would take asset seizures from convicted drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman and use them for border wall. Funding sexist Senator Ted Cruz is reintroducing legislation. He calls the L troppo or ensuring lawful collection of hidden assets to provide order at US. Prosecutors are. Around fourteen billion dollars in assets. Now connected with drug Lord, El Chapo Guzman. And Senator Cruz says that should be used to build a border wall with Mexico. The Bill would reserve any amounts forfeited to the US government as a result of criminal prosecution of El Chapo or any other drug lords for border security assets. And the completion of the wall along the US Mexican border, Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. Senator Richard Blumenthal is proposing a Bill that would ban large capacity gun magazine. There is no more simple. Straightforward way to save lives from gun violence and to ban these high capacity, magazines that Connecticut Senator is joined by Ted Deutch who represents the parkland area in Florida in offering to keep America safe act. Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion laboratory in Pasadena are trying to revive the Mars Rover the motorized at mobile robot has been on Mars for the past fifteen years, which is fifty times longer than anyone expected. Dust storms have swept the red planet and covered the Rover's solar panels. Researchers have. Lost touch. If the scientists don't get any signs of life from the Rover. They're expected to call the mission over they sent a message to the Rover last night. And we'll provide an update later today. Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio next update at ten o'clock. I'm Karen Curtis. Stay connected with us anytime at eight fifty W F T L dot com..

Senator Ted Cruz Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Senator Senator Richard Blumenthal US El Chapo President Trump Cueto Kelly Palm Beach Mexico NBC Ted Deutch Jayson Campadonia Karen Curtis Mike Bauer Jet Propulsion laboratory Pasadena
"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"New York City detective NYPD detective, Brian Simonson responded to a robbery at a cellphone store in queens. When police Commissioner James O'Neill said he was shocked by a fellow officer friendly fire side is because of the actions of the suspect that detective Simonson is dead. O'neil evidently shaken by the night's events described the robbery suspect is a career criminal armed. With a fake gun. Detective Simonson is survived by his wife. You've been on the force nineteen years. Aaron katersky. ABC news, New York. President Trump is less than pleased about a tentative deal to avert another partial government shutdown, but he is signaling that he will sign it. One Senator is reintroducing legislation that would take asset. Seizures from convicted drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman and use them for border wall. Funding, Texas, Senator Ted Cruz is reintroducing legislation. He calls the El Chapo act or insuring lawful collection of hidden assets to provide order act US prosecutors are seeking to seize around fourteen billion dollars in assets. Now connected with drug Lord, El Chapo Guzman incentive. Senator Cruz says that should be used to build a border wall with Mexico. The Bill would reserve any amounts forfeited to the US government as a result of criminal prosecution of El Chapo or any other drug lords for border security assets. And the completion of the wall along the US Mexican border bite Bauer. NBC News Radio. Senator Richard Blumenthal is proposing a Bill that would ban large. Capacity gun magazine. There is no more simple straightforward way to save lives from gun violence and to ban these high capacity magazines that Connecticut Senator is joined by Ted Deutch who represents the parkland area in Florida in offering to keep America safe act. Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the mass shooting at MC high school in parkland. We will be paying tribute to the survivors victims families and parkland all day tomorrow, a massive thirty five foot temple made of sheets the plywood with elaborate lace designs has been built to honor the victims and community of parkland David best to seventy four year old. San Francisco artists built the temple of time as a way to help the community heal the large temple will be open to the public tomorrow. It's on sample road in Coral Springs until mid may when it will be burned down the Westminster kennel show has named its top dog. King is king the seven year old wire FOX terrier with the Royal name name best in show at the one hundred forty three. Annual Westminster kennel show in New York City. If Westminster is the Super Bowl of Doug shows that FOX terriers would be the patriots. The breed is one fifteen times now. And so there were plenty of cheers for king booze in Madison Square Garden, but he they were rooting for some crowd-pleasing underdogs assessing spaniel named being and a long haired dachshund named burns and kings. Handler Gabriel wrangled. It was his third win at Westminster. Dave packer. ABC news. George Zimmerman has been bumped off bumble again, the popular dating app blocked thirty five year old self employed. Jury consultant again after it was informed that he had created a new unverified. Profile Zimmerman made headlines in two thousand twelve when he shot and killed Trayvon Martin while working as a neighborhood watch. Volunteer in Sanford, Florida jury acquitted him on all charges a year later your next update at nine thirty. I'm Karen Curtis. Stay connected with us anytime at eight fifty W F T L dot com..

detective Simonson Senator Ted Cruz El Chapo Guzman New York City Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Senator US Senator Richard Blumenthal George Zimmerman El Chapo Westminster ABC robbery Mexico President Trump Florida patriots Aaron katersky NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill
"gun magazine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on KTOK

"And gear we are starting to see more and more manufacturers like well like Glock and many others make carbine rifles. They shoot the same caliber as a handgun. So David the marine base. Got my dad and grandfather used to have a little game to determine which one was more cheap. And my dad liked having a handgun and a rifle that shot the same caliber not for convenience. But because he was cheap cheap works. Yeah. Actually, the concept of a rifle chambered for the pan gun round is an old idea. Boy, you could even argue it goes back to the days of the Flint walk in the and whatnot because as a forty five caliber ball. Yeah. But in a more modern times, like, you know, the old west, you know, their rifles often chamber for the same round their handgun not because they're cheap up because it was convenient. You know, you don't have to stock different calibers for different guns. You know, you have one. That you have well that was very convenient. Well, and if you're a hand loader, it it actually comes in handy too because you don't have to load for a different caliber for a different gun. Right. And it just makes it easier all the way around and like say an old concept that is kind of found renewed interest. You know, right now because the three fifty seven forty four how they had love racks is made for those for quite a while. But recently, what is starting to that'd be a boom almost no pun there. But. You know, the pistol caliber carbines, a semi automatic Carpi mostly nine millimeter. Not only did the same round working, either gun magazine will fit either gun and that really can be. Yes, my dad did not see that day passed away before that kind of innovation came along. But if you have a look at our video, we try out some pistol caliber carbines and demonstrate just how handy it is to have one. Well, we had two of the three most popular ones. We have the Celtics. Didn't they accept rifle two thousand it actually folds in half which withholding Holden half? Yes. It does. And it's really cool. The other guys we had was the fairly new Rooker IPC with pistol caliber carby, and that doesn't fold in half. What it takes apart into two pieces. So it's very easy to to store into carry and the one advantage with the being is it's easier to shoot well user shoot accurately, and we kind of tested that out in the video. How how long did it take the hit at twenty five plate with a handgun versus how long does it? Take to hit it with the Carvey. Have a look at the videos O, okay dot com, pistol caliber carbons, and then you might want to ask our good friends over h h shooting sports, if you know if you're interested in getting one or upgrading to one speaking about grades. I've got a social media here. David for a suggestion from Mindy who wants she and her son who.

David Celtics gun magazine Mindy shooting sports Carvey
"gun magazine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on KOMO

"How about a little sunshine today? It's not a bad way to kick off the workweek with highs reaching back up into the upper forties making it a pretty good day to get outside and enjoy if you happen to have the day off for maybe can take an extended lunch break outside rain will return tomorrow, but we'll see more dry days than wet ones this week as a ridge of high pressure builds in Wednesday night into Thursday giving a sunshine for the coming weekend. From the KOMO weather center. I'm Parrella Lewis skies are clear at Friday harbor where it's thirty four right now a little bit foggy here in downtown Seattle thirty nine KOMO news time seven thirty six later on this afternoon, supporters of stronger gun control in our state will outline their legislative agenda for the year. More from komo's Kelly Koopman alliance for gun responsibility says it's news conference will follow a Senate committee hearing on restricting access to high capacity, gun, magazines and community and victim protection survivors, and parents of shooting victims are expected to speak at the event starts at one fifteen this afternoon at. Governor Jay Inslee is office in Olympia deputies in Oregon shot and killed a man over the weekend after they say he killed forest. His family members in a rural home about twenty miles south of Portland. Forty two year old Mark gag o of would burn is believed to have killed his parents, his girlfriend and their nine month old daughter sergeant Brian Jensen of the Clackamas county sheriff's office says the victims were not shot. It was not a gun. There are numerous objects around the house it can be used as weapons so investigators are trying to figure out exactly what it is that he used to kill for people can goes eight year old daughter and a roommate managed to escape and survive some dreamers hoping for a pathway to citizenship say President Trump's weekend offer to end the government shutdown is not fair. President Trump stands behind the offer. He calls a compromise. He wants five point seven billion dollars to build his border wall. These are still barriers in high priority locations. A steel barrier will help us stop illegal immigration while safely. Directing commerce to our lawful ports of entry in return. President Trump agrees to extend work authorizations and other protections for three more years for so called dreamers undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children. Talking union with Washington dream coalition. Shared his experiences at the special panel at castle Latina. He's won a seventeen thousand people in Washington state impacted by DACA is reaction to the president's speech. But it was definitely are reached can you says a lot of dreamers are insulted by the president's offer try to push.

President Trump komo president Governor Jay Inslee Parrella Lewis castle Latina Clackamas county Portland Kelly Koopman Brian Jensen Washington dream coalition Seattle Olympia Oregon US Senate Washington seven billion dollars Forty two year
"gun magazine" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And so it's not like, I think the Clintons want this to be swept under the rug. But as long as people are speaking up, they can't ignore. Yeah. And if we're looking for Russian collusion, it seems to be everything keeps pointing back to the Clintons. Right. You know, the whole deal is the rainy and one was the Russians wanted to purchase uranium one. So they could control twenty percent of our uranium interests. We wouldn't control them anymore. And so we were essentially through Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration, you know, transferring over our control Raynham, which is used to build. Somebody's knocking at my door. Sorry in the middle of a radio interview. Maybe a package for Christmas or something. I don't know. Or it could be somebody who doesn't like my investigative rewarding. There could be could be rating your place there. Yeah. Well, I always say, you know, thank goodness. I'm a former gun magazine editor or I would be pretty much afraid to. So so you know, how to handle yourself? Well, let's let's talk with this uranium one thing. And and educate our listeners for what this whole thing was about you had the the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton the secretary of state, we're giving preferential treatment to the Russians to buy up at least twenty percents of our uranium, right? Okay. We'll go further what what what all of this entail. Well, what happened was the Clintons orchestrated donations? One of them was from Iranian ones. A chairman who uses family foundation to make four donations totaling two point three five million to the Clinton foundation and overall a total of one hundred forty five million in donations was given to the Clinton foundation, and then re interpretation for that Hillary approved the sale of this uranium one to a Russian company and at the same time. I believe we had Bill Clinton going. Over there making speeches in Russia for twice what he normally would get for speech. That's right. It all seemed very too coincidental. And and we know that he's not that much demand because they doing this tour with him and his wife, and it's bombing. So I mean, it's hard to justify how we get that much money from the Russians when nobody even in Canada wanted to see him. Yeah. I mean, it's really apparent that. There was a quid pro quo going on but the Clintons, and we'll try to cover up and say, oh, no, we're really popular. Oh, really? And you're only getting six dollars seat for your you know, speaking to that you guys are doing right now. Yeah. Well, the Russians want their money back. I'm sure they think that this is this is this is not the they've got screwed. But if this was a quid pro quo forgiveness uranium deal. Then all of a sudden makes sense. I mean, what I'm trying to say is if if Bill Clinton can't fill a hall in in Toronto, or wherever the heck this was then it wouldn't make much sense that he would be able to pack them in in Moscow or wherever the heck he was talking yet. He got twice as normal rate for a speech. So there's bound to be something deeper as to why he got all the money. Yeah. There is a quid pro quo and it just comes down to Kenya. Technically, you know, convince the jury, you know, if this ever does go to trial, can you convince a jury that it was an or this was you know, it just happened to turn out that way. But the problem is you're never going to get the Clintons in front of a jury. You know, they're too smart or too crafty. And they know if they ever do in front of peer in front of a jury they're going to get nailed. All right. This guy. Justin Cooper, who was the whistle blower or this a second one right now is this guy had his house. Rated Justin Cooper. I don't know about him and his house raided but he's off also been treated suspiciously. Who was the person that had his house rated that is Dennis Nathan Kane. A former FBI contractor, okay? Then how did he know about the Clinton foundation? What what did he have on them? Well, you know, he just came into it when he was doing investigations for the FBI. Okay. So he's a contractor the FBI at hired much like they had hired Christopher Steele until they fired him. But this guy was doing actually investigation into the Clinton foundation. He found out some stuff he turned it over to the FBI and then instead of going after the Clinton foundation, they seem to be going after him. Yeah. It's really shady, and it should terrify any, you know, regular American that if you're not necessarily going to get that protected whistle blower status. You know, where you you are safe from having your home searched and sees you know, it's a violation of his fourth amendment. Yeah. Well, what what's has? He has. He spoken out about this yet. Yes. He actually appeared on Sean Hannity show a few days ago, and I remember correctly. I watch too much TV. I think they darkened space. So you couldn't recognize him. But you could you could hear him talking. But we know his name though, right? Yeah. So I'm not real sure what the whole meaning of that was maybe just doesn't wanna be familiar. So you know, when he goes places, people don't attack. They don't shout them down or run them at a restaurant like Sarah Sanders is something. Well, well, we're is this is the FBI said what they were doing. I mean, do we any insight into what they may be up to? Well, we should be finding out because the outrage has just been huge. You've got Senator Chuck Grassley calling for, you know, answer you've got the attorney for Kane calling for what the, you know, the warrant said in order to get it in attorney thinks that he didn't even say he didn't even tell the court that he wasn't whistle blower. And if if not that's a very serious violation. All right. Well, we appreciate your following. This people can follow you. It's stream dot org and to make it simple for them. We have a link at philvalentine dot com under show prep. She's our expert of the day. Rachel Alexandra from the stream about the whistle blower, exposing the Clinton foundation than having his home raided by the FBI. You can check all that story out to Rachel. Appreciate it very much. Thank you. My quick time out going to be back in a moment. One eight hundred six one eight Phil we're back in into..

Clinton foundation Clintons FBI Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton uranium one Obama administration Justin Cooper Dennis Nathan Kane Rachel Alexandra Russia Raynham Sean Hannity Canada Kenya gun magazine Senator Chuck Grassley Toronto
U.S. homeland security secretary commends Facebook action

All Things Considered

04:27 min | 3 years ago

U.S. homeland security secretary commends Facebook action

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer. Jury has been seated, in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort he faces charges of tax evasion. And Bank fraud NPR's Carrie Johnson covering the trauma was there for opening statements today, and, one, of the, lead prosecutors in this case who's oh Sonya basically said all. Of these charges banks Bank fraud tax fraud conspiracy they all boil. Down to one single issue that Paul Manafort lied Asahi told the jury that a man in this courtroom believed the. Law did not apply to him NPR's Carrie. Johnson it's, the. First trial result from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation Manafort is being tried on unrelated charges case was largely being viewed as a test of legitimacy of the molar probe top federal immigration officials went before congress today to defend their handling of the Trump administration's, policy of separating migrant children. From, their families San Joel rose explains they. Faced bipartisan criticism. For lawmakers the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary. Committee Dianne Feinstein of, California blasted the administration's family separation policy the Trump administration has pursued that I believe is a. Deeply immoral and haphazard policy lawmakers also raised concerns about the alleged abuse of immigrant, children in, government custody, but Matthew all atop immigration and customs enforcement official defended conditions. In the agency's detention centers I think the best way to describe. Them is to be more like a summer camp the Trump administration has stopped separating families as part of its crackdown. On illegal immigration judge has ordered the administration. To say, how. It plans to reunite more than five hundred children who are still separated from their parents Joel rose NPR news US homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen is commending Facebook for taking action to disrupt political influence campaign on its site saying it shows the companies taking The threat seriously Also announcing the DHS's creating a new center aimed, at protecting, banks electric companies and other critical infrastructure. From cyber threats those, called current. Defenses tortellini adequate we are, facing an urgent evolving. Crisis in cyberspace our adversaries capabilities online are simply, outpacing our, stove piped defenses international risk management center will work to identify and address potential threats and improve. Safeguards across industries consumers are more upbeat about the. Economy this month the looking six months. Down the road they're not. Quite so optimistic that's the latest assessment from the nonprofit. Business research group the Conference Board says consumer confidence this month was up three tenths of one percent that may have been a result of a strong second quarter growth figures released by the, government last, week Wall Street. Gang ground today the Dow is up one hundred and eight points to close at twenty five. Thousand four fifteen the NASDAQ rose forty one points, the Serta imports five. Hundred closed up. Thirteen points today you're listening to NPR from Acuity news I'm Jeremy Siegel twenty, people are still listed as missing due to the. Massive car fire burning near the. City of reading according to, the reading police department. That includes eleven reading residents four residents of old, Shasta three, people from Keswick in two from French gorge officials are asking anyone with information to call the. Car fire missing persons hotline at five three zero. Two two five four to seven seven. So far the blaze has. Scorched more than one hundred ten thousand acres killed six. People and destroyed more than eight hundred homes at last check this morning the fire was twenty seven percent contained the Sunnyvale city council is taking up a proposal tonight to ban the sale, of AR, fifteen style rifles. To people under twenty one in two thousand thirteen the NRA sued the city over another gun. Control measure that restricted ammunition sales in limited gun, magazines to ten rounds. That challenge was. Thrown out by federal judges Sunnyvale mayor Glenn Hendrix says his constituents want to make a. Statement Sunnyvale. Has, been. Ranked the safest city in America for the third straight year but when I'm out talking with the residence they raised this issue of gun violence in schools and, they're concerned and our students, are concerned but Craig. To lose with the pro gun rights firearms policy coalition says all constitutional rights are conferred on eighteen year olds and, this should, be, no, exception, he says it's, hypocritical descend eighteen year olds with.

Trump Administration Paul Manafort NPR Carrie Johnson Sunnyvale United States San Joel President Trump Fraud Jack Speer Banks Bank Washington Dianne Feinstein Asahi Senate Judiciary Sonya Chairman
"gun magazine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Again probably gonna have authorities question me about my google history here shortly if all of a sudden the podcast go away just assume that i'm being detained somewhere the reason parkland high school suitor also using a or fifteen killing seventeen people the sandy hook shooter using air fifteen killing twentyseven neither of those fifteen had bump stocks the columbine shooters did not have air fifteen's they had shotguns one had a semiautomatic high point nine nine five carbon nine millimeter with thirteen ten round magazines and the other had a tech nine semiautomatic handgun with one fifty to one thirty two and one twenty eight round magazine okay keep throwing around these terms what is a magazine time for some more terms big thanks to some time sucker gun aficionados for making sure i got these terms correct this week i know in the past episodes i i messed them up so let's talk about a magazine a magazine the definition is a periodical publication containing articles and illustrations typically covered a particular subject area of interest something you read for mason like esquire or popular mechanics or hustler or swank or bound and gagged now those are different kinds of magazines some of those examples actually are very different types of magazines a gun magazine is an amunition storage and feeding device within or attached to a repeating firearm magazines can be removable it can be detachable or integral it can be internal fixed to the firearm various jurisdictions band what they define is high capacity magazines for example in california as of july first two thousand seventeen you can no longer legally possess a magazine that holds more than ten bullets idaho has zero regulations on high capacity magazines again i know you can kind of just do what you want a previously on an old episode of the suck i called a magazine clip so what is a clip a clip can reference a device that is used to store multiple rounds of ammunition together as a unit ready for insertion into the magazine or cylinder of a firearm speeds up the process of loading reloading the firearm is several rounds can be loaded at once rather than one round been loaded the time so you can have a bunch of bullets like a big clip of bullets.

mason california idaho google parkland high school
Sen. Mark Warner on past vote against assault weapons ban: "I think it's time to change our positions"

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Sen. Mark Warner on past vote against assault weapons ban: "I think it's time to change our positions"

"Boston police a key democratic senator is giving upbeat assessments day after the march for our lives rallies across the us speaking on cbs is face the nation mark warner of virginia tells moderator margaret brennan he predicts good things for the campaign for stricter gun laws and an end to gun violence you were one sixteen democrats who voted against an assault weapons ban in two thousand thirteen minutes two thousand fourteen voted against a cap on high capacity magazines they're asking now to restrict those things have you changed your position i think it's time to change our position reexamined warner says it's time to have a legitimate debate about restrictions on gun magazines and assault weapons adding quote militarized weapons need to be off our streets a.

Boston Senator CBS Mark Warner Virginia Margaret Brennan Assault Two Thousand Thirteen Minutes
"gun magazine" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"This time on the document a director of serious theater tells himself his biggest artistic compromise will be his greatest creative achievement yes having spice girls dance to apolo abdul song in the middle of neil simon dialogue that will be touring through the great subcontinent than india that is kinda magical bats the document keysar to these matchup of documentaries and radio check it out at casey rw dot com slash the document or wherever you get your podcasts mm welcome back left right and center i'm josh barrel your center and senior editor business insider on the right his rich lowry editor of national review on the left is katrina vanden heuvel editor and publisher of the nation magazine the mass shooting at marjorie stillman douglas high school in florida continued to dominate the news this week florida senator bill nelson and marco rubio appeared at a cnn town hall with survivors of the shooting on wednesday rubio announced number of policy ships on gun control he now supports raising the minimum age to buy a rifle from eighteen to twenty one he's open to a limit on the number of bullets a gun magazine can hold and he wants something called gun violence restraining orders which will discuss a little bit later a few republican senators have said they also support raising the rifle buying age but others are opposed president trump has endorsed the idea but he's been talking more about arming teachers on school campuses an idea rubio for one has criticised and local sheriff's department in broward county has been drawing increasing criticism scott peterson the broward sheriff's deputy who'd been posted to stomach douglas high resigned thursday after reports he'd not even entered the building to respond to the shooting.

douglas broward scott peterson president senator bill nelson marjorie stillman douglas high senior editor india neil simon apolo director broward county trump cnn town hall marco rubio florida nation magazine editor and publisher editor
"gun magazine" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"gun magazine" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Hello canada girls lifebuoys life garden and gun magazine i gotta gardening gun magazine i i it is it is an anti go for magazine a monologue and and so i can show you my texture a second texture is all the magazine's you want and by the way they look great on your ipad actually can show you my ipad easiest thing it's a great way to read them when i travel i love it that i have texture on here because i don't i don't need to uh i don't need to you know download magazines before a hit the airplane careless show you on the on the ipad what looks like so i i have in my library magazines that i favour id okay by the way you can have up to five device so actually this is leases account because you know we have it each of us honor ipads and our phones and that's that's only four devices so i'm a big photography not right so i love shutterbugs okay so you can it's downloading it right now the things important if if you like photography like you're looking at national geographic or shutter bug these images are super high quality because they're not printed there on your screen so you get actually higherquality images on texture dot com than you would get if you're reading the magazine i love it very easy to navigate you can zoom in you could see anything you wanna see every bit of every page yes even the ads from every magazine.

ipads