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Alert Over Shortage of New Drugs for ‘World’s Most Dangerous Bacteria’
"A lack of new treatments for common illnesses has left. People exposed to the world. Mice dangerous bacteria the u. n. health agency said on thursday the alert from the world health organization. Who is delivered a report showing that none of the forty-three antibiotics in development sufficiently addresses the growing threat posed by thirteen priority drug resistant bacteria. This persistent failure to develop and distribute effective new. Antibiotics threatens our ability to successfully treat bacterial. Infections said dr hanan bulky. Who assistant director general on antimicrobial resistance those most at risk are young children and those living in poverty according to who three and ten newborns developed blood infections die because the antibiotics used to treat. Sepsis are no longer effective. Bacterial pneumonia another preventable illness. Which has developed resistance to currently available drugs. it's also a major cause of childhood mortality among under-fives
Ubisoft Is Developing A Massive Open-World ‘Star Wars’ Video Game
"Open world star was game is in development. Not at electron arts sits in development at. Ub soft it's from the division developer yousof massive. No indication has been given us u whether it would be single player or multiplayer. Or what part of the star was timeline or win and might be released but Ub eve chemo says quote on. It's an original stores adventure. That is different from anything that has been done before. Sam what do you make of that. It can't be two stories. you can't be star. Wars chess masters tarazi yummy. Oh it's none of those things. If you just eliminate all the way star wars has manifested itself. You can figure out what this game is because it's not any of those cannon whatever it is going to be cannon with with just films and everything everything our young everything hanan. I think this is such cool news. the division is not necessarily my cup of tea but like big aaa studio. That's really really well. Resourced and capable of of of doing star wars justice undeniably so Yeah i'm really really excited. We also dug into some of the jobless things because obviously now the the word is out there like our star wars project and they're able to be a little bit more descriptive there. Nothing to revelatory words like open world action adventure linear and lawn on linear storytelling. An rpg style progression were thrown around. So it's a video game folks you heard for as many star wars games as we've gotten. Yeah it's been a million where you know this this little trailer montage. That's running a showing several of them. We haven't really ever gotten a big aaa open world star wars game. There has been role playing games. And you know jet. I fallen order is. I don't know what you would call that wide. Probably i would. I would think on the positive side. This is just yet i fall. And were because it's a bunch of open areas and ed fine with me but i want i want like i want like sky rim levels of open like our fallout lending open area. Yeah i want like actual open world star wars game. Where like that's this weird hole in the in all the star wars games we've gotten in the past if it was that that that could work well but what worries me is seeing the division footage and thinking about the avengers and like you know we did our lessons being learned about what You know open world games are when they are also games a service or are thus not being learned about that and people really like the division say anthems that the thing that scares me as much as a jazz. Yeah that's a that's a very real you know. I'd like star wars as much as the next nerd. But the franchise assertive written into a corner because there are no jet. I in modern star wars so unless they go back in time to old republic all any player ever want to do is run around as a djeddai but the fiction of every single star. Wars game has to itself for why you know. I'm not a jet. I but i'm using a lightsaber or Or calcutta's in jeddah. Fallen order is a jet. I'd here's why you know. No one knows about him like i. It's this big stumbling block. That like every star wars game has to overcome so but even if you are jet. I like you can't be getting a new lightsaber and equipping new loot and being on this loop dried. Really like he got different different robes. Sure where they can make that work. that's horrible. I think that's why a builder public works of the time when there were there were a lot of it is. I'm definitely a fan of a lot of ubisoft. Open world games. A lot of the Is far cries but Yeah just to echo what you're saying. The divisions are really my cup of tea. Either a shared world sort of lewd or shooters not really what. I what i'm into. So i don't know i don't know what to make of this Tina i know you like a lot of assassins creeds. Obviously like open games shema. What what's your take on this. I didn't play of division one. I did actually like the vision to i think there are. Rpg elements that make sense and like you know really big dense world to go around and do different activities in could could be a really good fit to so. I have confidence that us off. Nasa is a great choice in general Breaking out of. Ea exclusively is a good thing for them if felt like felt like ea developing those games Was a bit of practice for what is now known as lucasfilm games. And now they get to branch out and pick like a clipper per the type of game that they're going for so that they don't feel necessarily like hamstring into Squeezed into one publisher particularly. So it's like they got a little bit confidence with the successive jet iphone. Order and star wars squadrons and a couple advancements the battlefront two. So they've figured out a formula that could work and now they get to poach essential essentially developers from different talents to figure out what else they're gonna do in this increasingly dense cannon star wars world.
Podcasts now listened to by over 100m Americans every month
"Thirty seven percent of US adults. That's over one hundred and four million people. Now listen every month to podcasts. That's according to the newly released infinite. Dial Two Thousand Twenty survey from Edison Research and Triton digital the figure has grown markedly from thirty two percent a year ago the data also shows podcasting continuing to head towards gender parity and increased use of smart speakers. Hanan other news. The research says that almost a third of all Americans no longer own. Am FM Radio Broadcasting in the Dominican Republic in two thousand nine hundred nine is analyzed by Robert Sosuke. The Caribbean nation has seen a more than four hundred percent growth in podcasting mostly driven by anchor. Who hosts two thirds of all podcasts? There forty percent of all podcasts from the country are though this is better than the global a fifty seven percent. Rex is privacy. Symposium took place late last month and around the different feeling New York while most of the privacy symposium was held in private video of the first four sessions has been released. We link to those videos from our show notes in our newsletter today. The apple podcasts. Ios APP has been updated with specific corona virus information in the US reports apple insider visible in the screen shots aren't promotions for CNN. Npr AND THE BBC. The new sanctions include calculating Karm and boredom busters no changes visible in Australia. There Youtube is warning that more videos than normal may be removed from the service content moderation on Youtube and many other platforms is now being done. By Algorithms round the ban human beings and this impact podcasters many of whom use the service for posting video versions of their show. And how will your downloads doing? We're seeing a small drop of about ten percent for this podcast but do let us know how is for. You would like to give an overview on Monday just email editor at news dot net and podcast news. The woman is focusing on women on the front lines of the corona virus. This Week Dr Antoinette Ward leading testing for covert one thousand nine hundred at a major hospital in Atlanta Georgia. Economy in tech podcast. Make me smarties adding short daily show. It'll be posted at five o'clock. Ps T in addition to the normal weekly show. Staying in with. Emily and Kamala is a podcast for charity. About making the best of living life under quarantine have something different so we linked to a podcast about dogs. Dogs Save the people uplifting stories about how dogs have impacted their lives for the better. And if you're more of a cat person. Can't people focuses on cats big ones lions tigers and other dangerous cats
Iraq And Lebanon Protests Against Iranian Backed Politicians
"Iran Lebanon have been rocked by huge protests in recent weeks demonstrators in both countries have a lot in common they're railing against corruption and inequality and many of the politicians they dislike are backed by Iran Tom Hanan Haldar has been connecting the dots in an article in Foreign Policy Harare is a visiting fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Honey your article is headlined Iran is losing the Middle East what's the essence of your argument Carol what I'm trying to say is that Iran although they are studying control of the political and state institutions Iran have lost everything else that came back its political power and Lebanon Iraq so it and trying to say as that Iran has been very good at winning military battles and to have also been great at winning nations and infiltrating state institutions however they never thought of what's going to happen next they it turned out that Iran is really bad at governing controlling they have been backing corrupt politicians in order to infiltrate state institutions and people in the street have noticed that and today it is not a coincidence that the protests in Lebanon Iraq started as a protest against corruption and eventually turned into protest against Iran proxies in both Lebanon Iraq. This is not a coincidence and I just want to remind our listeners that both Lebanon and Iraq have large populations of Shiite must Salem's and that's where Iran gets influence in these countries Lebanon and Iraq are different Lebanon has thirty percent shop and then the Lebanese population Iraq has majority Shia and what's fascinating about these two protests as the Shia are at the core of these protests Iran is not only losing its corrupt allies in these two countries it's also losing its Shiite support base so I guess a shorthand for your argument is that Iran proxies in places like Lebanon and Iraq know how to win wars and they know how a gain political power but they can't seem to deliver on the economy is it sort of is a kind of you know the old saying it's the economy stupid yes kind of but Hezbollah has done a lot more than just be involved in politics I mean they've had lots of social programs and medical care and all sorts of that would seem to address the concerns of Lebanese and that went back in the one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety s but you're arguing that Iran through its proxies Hezbollah have failed to deliver social economic vision of course of course because two things here one is that this was longtime ago and the only catered for the Shia they did not really cater for the Lebanese people they cater for the shop operation because this is how they wanted to get the Shia political court base the second important thing is that these services are no longer catering for the Shia they do not have the same funds that they used to have twenty or thirty years ago today they are only catering for their members and the families of their members which is not the Shia community so that's why they failed wrote the US has almost strangled Iran's oil exports as a result arounds revenues have fallen catastrophically how has that impacted cash flows to Iran's proxies in Iraq and Syria the very people we've been talking about yes definitely this has definitely contributed to Hezbollah's crisis there the crisis they have stopped serving the majority of the population they couldn't employ people anymore they're started firing employees and they have started to you think reconsider every step they make in terms of a war with Israel or more military adventures region because they cannot afford to have the as wars so this has affected them tied their hands in terms of military adventures and also started to to create this content within the shaft community who are no longer benefiting from Hezbollah services and blow employment so could we be seeing a gradual shift in Iran's influence in places Nick Iraq and Lebanon given these protests given the fact that the traditional ways of propping up proxies isn't working we already seeing this shift Hezbollah today in Lebanon in the very very difficult position the Iranian back militias in Iraq are also very difficult position they have lost their people and this is very important pillar in their political power and public support Anina Dr With The Washington Institute for Near East Policy Okay thanks a lot you're welcome thank
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World
"The head of the army says President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should be declared unfit to rule and removed from office is the strongest signal yet that Algiers powerful military is abandoning Mr. Buda flicker who's eighty two and in poor health after weeks of protests. He he's Taha reports achieving media described the army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military lift Hanan general Amagai solid referred to an article in the constitution which can declare the poster president vacant if the office holders, unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would need the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president would've liuqiu under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar, Ben Sallah would become acting head of state pending an election within ninety
"hanan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"For your education experiences resorts has to hawker Joe Boylan Rutgers with a six point lead here on Maya weather doing it in a couple of different ways. They're doing a half court, and they're getting out on the break and the other five fast break, Iowa has none. They have six points five points off turnovers last by Arthur shows is. Majori ball in the middle of the kiss on the right wing on for three point shot. Look kind of gave me like a body fake. He was gonna pass the ball. And as soon as defenders step back just a little bit. Be just. Cast and got him on his back and just put the ball right in baskets, a terrific offensive finish. Bye. Ron continues to get better and better with age. Rutgers shooting six for twelve. Four three four six three for more from. The free throw line. Iowa four for nine one for four was five. Harper remains on the floor with kiss almo- Baker. In shack. Dourson is back. I o with the basketball. Rutgers by six McCaffrey out high fifty Garza right back to McCaffrey shot clock at fourteen McCaffrey dribbling himself. Indu properly finds Garza throw the right corner. Poeple Hanan to the left elbow for coke. The shot clock at six throwback, affable handed Bohannon releasing a three no good. May she daily with the offensive rebound? Ron Harper junior. Had the box out the ball bounced where Lena came right to daily. Another opportunity for the Hawkeyes. Bohannon early bigger at six seven. Daly has it and wiry to here's Hanan curling down the lane stopping shooting over shack. Missed the shot dourson back for the rebound. Eighteen twelve Rutgers leaves at Longleat pass Endo Murray catches under the basket tired. Spins uncooked, dropped the ball picks. It back up. I think he call timeout. He did very smart play by Eugene Rui rather than get tied up. He calls the timeout and Rutgers keeps possession with plenty of time on the shot clock to I'm a little worried about I thought he hurt his neither look like you went right down. He's limping a little bit. Yes. Yeah. That was that was the thing that wasn't so much that he dropped the ball as much as he might have twisted the knee a little bit. Richard Campbell will go for a take a look get a feel for what's up. Fortunate which became Van Dyke. They've got brake strength, greater trainers. Amazing job released liars. In shape and on the court. Great article by Keith sergeant yesterday or today about os two specifically what they have done America org. Does right. So you gene does sit down shack. Carter comes in. Rutgers with the ball twenty one of the shot clock. Teno sixth game clock. Eighteen twelve. Rutgers leads it. Operative throw it left side of the basket. Lugging finds harder wide open under the basket. He banks at home. I don't know how he got free from Garza. But it's more for Rutgers their largest lead now of eight twenty twelve I was wondering when he was thrown ball. I don't think he was surprised he was so wide open to Bohannon around the screen from cook pick up his dribble sling the pass out for Garza throws down to cook. Low left block defended thereby dourson turgid faces and they're trying to back his way shack it up. No space spins on him, and is able to spin around dourson. Good defense better offense, and it's twenty to fourteen I field goal and almost five minutes for Iowa. Dacre top of the key for Rutgers flip it right there. Harper quarter court on the far sideline gets a screen from dourson cook picks up. Switch picked up his dribble. Give it to Carter shack hand off to Baker geo stopping at the foul line. Little follow a jumper is. No good. Rebound on the right side by week camp. These can't top of the key met thereby Harper Harper. It's picked off by Garza. And then we can't miss the runner long. Rebound is going to be knocked around Garza had it but lost the stepped on the sideline and it will be Rutgers ball as Montezuma Mattis will replace Peter kiss. Rutgers doing a great job keeping the defensive pressure on enforcing Iowa into a long time on the shot clock and not getting any really free. Looks eight fifty six to play here in the first half Rutgers leading Iowa twenty two fourteen Baker around a screen from dourson give it to shack who throws it to the near sideline for Harper up. Top Baker catch quick release three off to the right? No, good, dourson, the offensive rebound. Get it to math is terrible for dourson missed that song. And then the ball out of bounds. Oh my goodness. Great pass by Mathis just. Kind of what's coming down a little bit. When he caught the ball the ball rolled off his finger. Yeah. That's a two. Ninety nine hundred one hundred times you're going to get twenty two fourteen. Rutgers eight a half to play player the first McCaffrey on the Hawkeye logo near midcourt now to his right back to his left driving and gets and fouled by dourson picks up his first foul, and that will put McCaffrey to the line shooting a pair. They actually called the foul Cardiff hitting him from behind before the swat by dourson. No question shack was gonna swat that. The driver, even after frustrated. No question about it by that messed up. But. Those things happen. Mccaffrey to the line left handed shot. I one no good. So he started one of two earlier MRs ear, and we bring that up because we were talking about his free-throw percentage almost eighty percent. So a one for three start for Connor McCaffrey. Here comes the second. Good for two again, Connor McCaffrey. Twenty two fifteen. Rutgers again, light pressure from Iowa back court Baker bounce passed a Harper backward. Baker. Get it to Harper who takes to the front court will drive right to the lane. Balas called went right by them. Ron Harper juniors got ten points in the first half giving Rutgers with justed spit gave Indiana in the first half earlier today. Attacking the basket and hitting threes about that game beating Michigan state twice in a row. So here's Harper looking to complete the three point play offer. Doing a great job is driving the ball to the basket makes the foul shot and Rutgers back in front by eight twenty three to fifty with eight ten to play here in the first eleven points for Ron Harper junior just beginning to see touch, the the potential this young man McCaffrey to the right elbow, pick up his dribble. Throw it out for moss on the far side guarded by Mathes up. Top for Reese can't Arthur on him nearside. Cooked now shot clock is at eight cook look to the right to McCaffrey McCaffrey will drive the runner is either batted away or comes up short Baker comes away with it Lee said to Matt this Moss's back Mathis goes, right? Adam and lays it up eight. Lead. Now the biggest of the day at ten twenty five fifteen seven thirty four to play here on the first and Rutgers beating with their own game. We camp to the foul line turning spitting right into lane. Spins right into a lot of contact. And a foul will be called a we'll get a timeout. Seven twenty six to play her the first workers five what does.
LA Unified School District, Connor Hanan And Marshall High School discussed on Morning Edition
"Walking the picket lines today in the LA unified school district's first teachers strike in thirty years part of the long running dispute centres over money, but the two sides are actually very close to an agreement when it comes to pay teachers are demanding a six and a half percent raise that would take effect all at once. And that would be retroactive the district has offered. A six percent salary bump spread out over the first two years of a three year contract while the big sticking points is class size reduction in staffing level for nurses, librarians counselors and other support staff Marshall high school English teacher, Connor Hanan said students are the ones being hurt. The most by large classes, I notice it every day.
"hanan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Hanan talk six fifty. Welcome back to Jim Bohannon show. Six five O Bo and we're talking with jet Baben commentator and columnist for the American spectator. And the Washington Times former deputy undersecretary of defense and a man who looking at what he feels could be the biggest scandal in this country's history, which covers some turf, Jim in Lewis Delaware is with us next. Hello, jim. Gentleman. Copybooks read your column times. I love that paper. I gotta say I can't I can't imagine how you could possibly entertain this story. The New York Times it runs a red herring story to me. This is comet before my question. Everybody with half. A brain knows a lot of your poop would much rather had Hillary Clinton in there in the White House. Donald. Uranium one deal. I would have to think so myself, but. David dealing with leftist Democrats since Roosevelt administration is still doing his plenty of useful idiots on the left. So let me let's get that out there right right off the bat when I wanna know, why don't the Republicans at the plate hardball politics. Like, the Democrats. Do let's investigate. I heard radio guys city last night. Let's look at Nancy Pelosi's tax records, and how many illegal say had and the relationships they have with with communist Chinese and the Russians especially exposed that. And I sit there, and I watch these press briefings, and I'm thinking the Washington Times has a seat there. They don't ever ask a question. It seems like let's so some sought softball legitimate softball questions that Sarah Sanders, let's put them in an embarrassing position. Let's let's ask our guest before you get to wound up should a more hardball approach be applied here jed. Well, it was being applied. And you know, again stonewall of all these investigations really warranted them the Nunez investigation. The good life gal. Negations? They tried to play hard ball with the FBI and the Justice sparring stonewall and the other answer to your question. Jim, you know, why the Republicans not play our ball on the stuff? One of my great political mentors. Always sold. Republicans are not political people. They come up into government to do certain things to cut size of the government to strengthen defense, whatever. But they are not political people. They're not the kind of people that are used to wheeling and dealing and they don't do it. Very, well, it's just unfortunately, it's that simple. Republicans are not as good at politics as the Democrats are. All right. We got Tom and Sharon Pennsylvania to weigh in. Hello, tom. Yeah. Jim you may recall I mentioned to you well over a year and a half ago that this was bigger than Watergate. And I was just basing it on information that was put out a couple of major. At that time, and it mazes me that's gotten this far and the mainstream media it's been able to live on. I I really think that it. It's not just at the level of the FBI and the Justice department. I think you're gonna find that this goes not only the Clinton, and that's why she had to server but the Bronco blah. That's why he used an alias and getting day Hillary Clinton, and it goes back also today uranium one deal where they got a hundred and forty five million dollars went to the Clinton foundation, which I believe was a slush fund. The Clinton was almost certainly in terms of sheer dollars the largest scandal in American history, but I'll defer to jed is it even bigger bigger. Well, I think it is. I think it's more important because it's a clear abuse of power anniversary of our system of Justice. And if you look at the good life Couty memo, we're talking not just about the size of warrants arrests that were talking about the investigation of. By Komi and McCabe into the Hillary Clinton classified information scandal. I it's obvious to me. I've had some fairly fancy security clearances in my career. And I know what top-secret information looks like she had special access programs. The kinds of things that require a presidential determination off rice covert action. Satellite intelligence as IT k satellite intelligence out out. There is nothing more classified than that issues. Trading it around she and her staff or throwing it around between themselves and with President Obama. That's why it didn't get investigated. Very well and with President Obama throughout the time. She was the secretary of state and me covered it up. We know in his five July twenty sixteen public rethink that he said that she had handled classified information with extreme carelessness. Well, the law says eighteen US code section seven ninety three. So it's a felony to handle classified information in a row. Rowsley negligent unquote matter now, I've been a lawyer or a lot longer than I care to admit. And I can't tell you the difference between extreme negligence or extreme carelessness and gross negligence. Other than the fact that one appears in the law, and the other didn't know responsible prosecutor would bring charges. Horse others or something like that or something like that? The fact of the matter is, and this is another one of the big lies is comes out of the good life Couty memo. The one of the biggest lies that Komi told was that no responsible prosecutor could bring a case against Clinton. And then it was unanimous opinion of the FBI people that that was the case. Well, apparently, that's not true James Baker. The Ben the general counsel, the FBI was privy to all of this. And he said, yeah, maybe we could make a good case. But Komi overruled him and changed his memo originally the Komi exoneration memo, which by the way was written before the people the witnesses were interviewed before Clinton was interviewed. The exoneration memo originally said grossly negligent, and it's changed me changed it to extreme carelessness, you know, lying again because there's no difference between the two, but one appears in the statute and Komi wanted to let her get away with it. More to come back in a moment..
"hanan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Camera Kimble. Hanan talk six fifty s. Welcome back to the Jim Bohannon show as we talk with Ralph Friedman, the author of St. warrior, it is his story as New York's most decorated police detective, there's a picture here. That's dated August first nineteen Eighty-three. Caption reads in y PD radio car that collided with my unmarked car in my career. My father was almost killed in a car wreck. It looks very much like that car. I gotta tell you what happened. Well, I just got back from a motorcycle trip house down in Virginia Beach because I always wrote a Holly of duty. And I just got back. I used to do mostly driving. I'd say I did about eighty five ninety percent of the driving and steady partner and that night we went on patrol while looking for collars, and my partner TIMMY, Kennedy was driving and we received a call of a ten thirteen which an officer was calling. So wasn't like she came just from the communications bureau with somebody calling in a fake radio run. This was the real deal that cop needed help and was calling for instance. So right away. Everybody responds at a high rate of speed, and you just want to get there and help the officer. So we started going it was south from us. But we had to go west first. So we were gonna heading west on Bedford talk, and we were gonna turn left to go south on Drome avenue. And we had the light and filing going and at the same time. There was a marked radio called on Moore. There was a mock radio call being driven by a rookie and female officer was in this please call and they were coming from the north heading south on Jerome. And they had the light filing on. Also, we never knew who had the red light or the green light. And not that it matters. But at that intersection. They hit me in the passenger side because I was on the right side caught from where the radio call was coming from north and they hit me right in my I never saw them coming. Never felt it. It totally destroyed and demolished the cars, you could see. Yeah. And if I had my seatbelt on we that was sort of new and we didn't wear seatbelts because we always jumping out of the car to grab a subs back to talk somebody for a weapon of drugs, you had to be very mobile very fast. So we didn't wear seatbelts and I didn't have seat belts on. And that's actually what saved my life. Because if you could see from the picture which picks you have exactly but the call guys like creased in half the roof came down. It would cut me up. And everything was thrown under the dashboard did hit me on the right hip. I shouted my hip and one hundred pieces, and I broke twenty three other bones. And I went I was unconscious. They said for only about a minute or two and then went into shock. So I really don't remember anything, and they will tell me I was talking to offices and they were trying to comfort me. And try to get me out, but they had to call the fire department, which was just finishing up a job. They had to pull them off a job come and cut me out of the car and get to the hospital, which I wound up in the hospital for over two months. The other offices were all injured little broken bones laws Tiv stuff like that. But they won't treated and released within like twelve hours. I got stuck in the hospital for like, two and a half months. Wow. And then when I left, you know, I still had to learn how to walk again in a I caught things in the hospital. You know, you catch blood do the phlebitis. He get the Monja. It was just it was horrible. You know, when I was checking out they they didn't even recognize the wrong patient 'cause I lost like almost sixty pounds. You know, two and a half months. I was there. You know, I really took a hit, you know, it was one of these things that really knocked the wind out of my life. You know, and you know, at that point on, you know, I never thought I'd retire. But I really didn't have a choice because I couldn't run around anymore. Like, I used to I had to put all my efforts to learn how to walk again and get my health back, but I left the job in a wheelchair job treated me. Very, well, I'll always be grateful thankful for that. They treated me very well. And my union the took care of me, very well. And it was, you know, a long road to recovery and my girlfriend at the time by me, and I'm still with us today. I want to we don't have time here. But when we come back, I'm going to ask you about.
"hanan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Call us sedan. Let's get started Bank of Clarke county is an equal housing lender. Member FDIC. Kimball. Hanan six fifty. Welcome back to Jim Bohannon show with our guest. Dr Richard Creighton, a Harvard, professor senior physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital and trained psychoanalyst. He's also author of the book out of control, gene calls in from Pittsburgh this evening to offer his thoughts on the subject, Katie K, a listener Hello Jean. Hey, jimbo. How are you? Fine. Thank you. All right. Greetings from Pittsburgh. So here's the question. We have a separation of church and state based on the constitutionality of not holding against somebody their race, religion or creed. Three things race religion creed. So we've outlawed the practice of any particular religion in our educational facilities. We've outlawed racial discrimination in all of our educational facilities. Where is the separation of creed? And state we're this far less credo is allowed to propagate and be preached from the educational pulpits to our kids like where's the legislation? To level the playing field on that. I I don't even hear it proposed. All right. I don't know that. A law of that sort might be very worthwhile. A doctor Creighton, I'm not sure how you would even words such such a law, and he thought you might have. I don't know that there's an existing law. That that deals with with create certainly nothing that I'm aware of. Picks it up. I think it's a dangerous thing. I think to begin to interfere with people's credos if you will. But I think need to the. Forces plays that tend to moderate the extreme of us, at least has manifested in the mainstream move of of society. And in addition, the idea of propagating one view only to the exclusion of others. I mean, it seems to me that that today's standard of tenure is that once you got Charles Manson somewhere teaching under ten year that you can get rid of him. I mean, there have to be some limits on who it is who practices all of this academic freedom. And what it is they say in the classroom. Once again, you know, apparently, we we do have a theory somewhat conservative government should place at least at the national level. And some of the suggestions that you made earlier I agreement with I think they need to step in to these educational facilities receiving credible funds and makes about if occasions news teach you what's being twelfth there. Yeah. Again. We'll we'll pause. We'll come back. We'll talk some more. But but simply I take note of of some of the problems that exist here, they're not without some possible solutions as Dr Richard Creighton has noted and it's high time, we we take serious serious. Look at just exactly what we can do because we are in a situation, which.
President Trump, United States and BBC discussed on BBC World Service
"Peru is tightening its border controls to stem the influx of migrants fleeing the economic crisis in, Venezuela many Venezuelans, will now require valid passport rather. Than an identity card to enter the country that Peru's deputy foreign minister says children pregnant, women and many others will be
Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service
"Border controls coming into force in Peru to limit the influx of migrants fleeing the economic crisis in Venezuela similar restrictions, were introduced in Ecuador last week but they've been overturned by a court Katie Watson has. More? Details in the past few days Ecuador's laid on dozens of buses to move Venezuelans through the country. Trying to get as many as possible to the Peruvian border before the new restrictions come in it's been referred to as a humanitarian Cardo but there's another motivation. To it's not an Ecuador's interests have thousands of Venezuelans stranded in the country with nowhere to, go and, as judge's ruling on does Ecuador's efforts. To, stem the flow of people coming through the economic situation is worse Listening and more and more. People are leaving Venezuela every day and what's being referred to as Latin America's worst migrant crisis in its history
"hanan" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"That lingua also in our show notes. And like I said, at the beginning, I only teach this course twice a year, which is why it's so exciting. Their registration is opening up soon. It'll be opening up on September tenth. And if the sounds like it's up your alley, I would love for you to. S. a side note to this. If this does sound like it's up your alley, make sure to put that date on your calendar. Registration will be opening up from September tenth to September fourteenth, and you'll wanna sign up early because the course completely sold out last time. I just wanna make sure you get a spot. Another thing is that I know that some of you may be listening to this well after September tenth, and that is totally fine. Head of the website anyway, put your name on the waiting list, and you'll be the very first to know. Next the course opens backup lots of info guys. I'm so excited about this. So I wanted to make sure to share with you. So with that said, let's go ahead and jump into part two of my conversation with Anna. Guys, I in vacuum with my dear friend, Hannah more henna, welcome to number four number four podcast. This gotten nuts. I sat down with my dear friend handed today to talk all about dating and relationships and how to handle those things is a believer how how date as a Christian and being a relationship, we are keeping God at the center and asking a lot of questions about, like, you know, we have all these Christian catchphrases about you don't be unequally yoked and guard your heart and let the man pursue and like the man should be the spiritual leader in all these different things boundaries in dating all just a million things feeling. None of us have any idea what actually do with those things out Hanan Ivan sitting here together to talk about one what God says about these things, but also kind of how we've handled these things in our own lives in our own dating relationships and in our own marriages. And so we sat down to talk through a bunch of listener questions that we got and. We made it through an entire hour and did not get through even half of them. So if you guys have it checked out part, one of this episode definitely go do that all linked to it in the show notes, so you can make sure to find it, but Hannah as we're jumping.
"hanan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And austin resident tim petrovic is four under david toms three under davis love to under and miguel anhil jimenez is also to under well probably played so well in the us senior pga championship a few weeks ago finished in second place and that one behind the englishman but ten patrol bec is just a steady player i know he plays a lot spanish oaks i think he plays in a lot of different courses in austin but what a steady guy he is dr martin budding and has played with patrol required often our friends who played for coach hanan the ut golf tournament he is so impressed by tim petrovic scoff gaming it's it's going to be a matter of time before he breaks out of something big but i can't wait to hear your segment with omar because i think omar you're at your se is going to be like a bank robber on the on the tour when he turns fifty and just a couple of months because he's got game to to go and go low as we know mark as the history of making birdies in a row so i think he's gonna be doing a great great things on on the champions tour i agree with you all right and over at lines down the street your friend alex l is shot nine hundred shot a sixty two in the alley firecracker today what he in here last week at the fifteenth club i think he was here pity now i think alex is in charleston he's the assistant coach for martin mcbride at the university of charleston yeah he's been he's been at the cabaret before the golfer's round table but we supply kid basketball where they went and west likened played for donald and college of charleston he's assistant coach there but that kids can really really plays golf there's no question already had gopher quick ski we'll have you back on the third segment and slalom this time don't use to scout okay early may try the oh barefoot skiing look at i'm that kind of guy that got skiing athlete as you brenton martin now but i've got a few minutes to get back on get back on the water and just try it okay sent some video we'll put it up on the fifteenth cliff all right i'll be back in a couple of segments that thing again okay thanks that was laughing lake brownwood from beautiful lake brownwood where the water is brown and the beer's cold and we're the golfer's round table that betty cabaret will be back with more in our next segment we'll have brent buckman and omar ristic looking for the fourth of july is coming up so i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and of.
Prince William begins historic first royal tour of Israel
"Same time he will have the power to issue all kinds of decrees apart from the wall which affect human rights topics so he will be able to implement many lost that he wanted as fast as he wants and also he gave the promise of lifting the state of emergency right after the election he said this will be one of my priorities so we will see if he holds these promises or not i am from turkish service prince william the second in line to the british throne is currently on a tour of the middle east becoming the first royal to make an official visit to israel and the palestinian territories he will meet israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu later today and palestinian president mahmoud abbas later in the week becomes amid a rise in tensions between the two sides a middle east correspondent nell reports this is jaffa gate one of the entrances to jerusalem's old city watching the flow of foreign pilgrims tourists heading into see the holy sites taking in the history it's remarkable to think that a british royal hasn't come in decades on an official trip here israel's former ambassador to the u k run process says this being an unofficial boycott it's interesting that took care majesty only twenty years to visit germany after world war two and seventy years for a member of the royal family to visit israel we all know that members of the house of windsor visited our region countries that not exactly jeffersonian democracies around us so there was no reason not to have a visit but right now presents royals off particularly popular following last month's wedding of prince harry and meghan markle like many locals britishisraeli linda lipchitz is pleased about prince william's arrival i'm very excited an heir to the throne but being princess diana's son i think israel is really love him obviously everybody would like to see that have been in you baby it wouldn't be expected on his solo trip the prince will watch jewish and arab israeli children playing football but political differences here on always so easy to overcome israeli politicians are criticizing his schedule for presenting jerusalem's old city as part of the occupied palestinian territories israel captured the east of the city in the nineteen sixty seven war and later annexed it in a move that's not internationally recognized it sees all the city as its capital but palestinians want east jerusalem as their capital palestinian official hanan ashrawi says the palace is using the right descriptions the only country that has violated international law openly admitted to roussel as the capital of israel is the us is trump the uk has not changed its position at still considers to salama's occupied territory you cannot expect the royal visit to come and become complicit and land theft and the legal annexation.
"hanan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Right now we are in the quite vortexes worthy pincer movement of this big storm system that seems to be rolling through the midwest that snow to the north rain to the south of us right now looks like a chicago just south of they're getting a heavy shower in the snow is to the north lake route superior duluth and then back toward the twin cities but that rain to the south of us it's slowly slowly starting agreed north so eventually hanan will get here yeah no escape and what it does to you depends on where you are as you just heard to the north it's going to be an ice event find lake county maybe even into the fox valley and isis that pleasant personally up all takes no i'll take rain ice is not good cake it around eight a drops things like power lines and branches absolutely and again the e you we all have out there advances in cars and all those things but you get an icy catch and you're going to slide it doesn't matter what kind of fancy car you have or special breaks or anything like that it's it's too dangerous yup rubber annoys is not very nice if you are in the icy zone it is going to be amiss be ready for that plan accordingly it's not like we have been word that we've been told that the storm was comey was just a matter of where that wobble was going to be fairly because a few miles difference when you've got these ten are down this motor precipitation you can make a world the difference we will talk you through it throughout the day you're on wtmj little bit of good news at least for the ride home this afternoon in these parts it's an off day for mps so that should reduce a whole budget traffic out there so volume could be lighter at least for the ride home as it's reading sideways least the wither talking right now and he could even here thunderstorms in the middle of february seven thirteen a wtmj coming up at seven fifty one black panther all the rage not just in the us but globally the advance sales for this movie were just off the.
"hanan" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Trump's the first trump's the first president how often do we say that trump's the first president to really do something about it the united nations has been sucking off of us and taken advantage of us taken our money and then badmouthing us for years and are all us presidents republican and democrat have just sorta gone along with the program not not trump hey andrew your unmanned thank you joe very good perked up you to men site i think outlook how little reminder three the united nations did like a may the resolution create israel hanan powell yup that resolution jerusalem that actually ought mandated that the international pretty killer vatican that non match video either the two mesa who were on the tho higher date would bought peaked at that resolution put to attack israel how quickly killed one percent of jewish hospital eight flipped it eric dill are had every other gaurd in that had had the objective of destroying grill which is ironic that bali the deep nathan whip the majority of them may come together for the us the try to make some sort of declaration joe manchin thanks man again you're right in and see this really isn't about uh the palestinians uh the rest of the muslim world props up the palestinians the palestinians are a proxy the muslim the world by the way the muslim world purposely keeps the palestinians living in abject poverty so that they can blame israel no this is a fight between the muslim world all of the muslim world in israel the muslim world jewish use his they absolutely use the palestinians as proxies to try to tear down israel let me go to joe hey joe a man john i'm good brother nutmegged critically mary crowds carry how much money would we in only stop on the country's oldest well if you stop funding all the countries that voted against this you're talking about uh gazillions you're talking about a lot of money if we stopped funding the un you're talking about hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds joe of millions of dollars were talking about real money i don't think we're going to cut off funding all one hundred twenty eight countries but trump will begin to defunding un.
"hanan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Are the result of really letterman hanan usually have make our key in mike hooper but seriously for ten minutes i'm wandering around and the code searches every artha hangers and people are because if so fall it's still fall so i get akoto i guess what one what does it look no i just got a of ables pack bowl oh yeah short jackets and a commander vescio after all that the ijaw to hide i was to thirsty and then they went to the children's department scored yeah something changes when you get to happen to their saw nothing nothing matters that much you guys watched the macy's day parade yesterday a little bit of it yeah did you see jimmy fallon and do not see jimmy feld was he good where did he do what happened yonhap end was he singing with them why was embarrassed go crazy and he was doing prince let's go crazy was he and afloat yeah for for just right against the jimmy johns how mmhmm any sanger i enjoyed twitter yesterday we get some ideology newly in here julia was in i don't i'm your bad i don't know i don't know that i liked it well i'm begging matt up laura i that was obvious idea i don't know how i felt about jimmy fallon i don't know that he can sing prince let's go crazy but that he afloat yeah he was on afloat are this we gotta take a break when we come back if you are out shopping today we do have some effort advice and what are the deals today loriann julia and come back into the kitchen cases coming from outside with his meyer head lamp on because he was offside barbecue and why five one for walking at night there smiling and he he just gave him a drawer where he larry other big things that he uses on the grill and he just he goes to see what's going on out there we'll be she of hamburgers lanka pierce lease immigration yeah isis legged laugh with this big miner light on i know you.
"hanan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Madrid quarter posse all the top story going to hear about old a on wilt services president trump's visit to china he has touchdown he's going to go while he's going to have talks about north korea and trade with cheat jinping custom webster is here but the sport can send a big spot story today is that kenya's olympic marathon champions monday some gung has been suspended fully is pain and the 32yearold tested positive for the banned blood these two epa in an outofcompetition test by the identify f in kenya any of this year and she had claimed that the substance was in had buddy after being treated excuse main hospital for an pregnancy but the hostile denied at the treating hanan blamed an impostor fee at filling out the paper lack this thing forty or more than forty positive tests retained by kenyan athletes in the last five years gordon awoke he is the government's commission of sports in kenya told at is understanding of the country is dealing with the issue that says it's it is a much wider problem with outside influences naturally creek attempted unbia i'll treat hub for egypt with abc's going to clear out for the country we only come back into the country for the selection process they get selected to the national keep and so on it you we want to give aig yes but if you could get by unlike the king of upbeat if you'd have to keep up route that set gordon allott and he did predict after that that they would catch a few more dating athletes which implies that there's some there to capture transpose customer for so many things in deep would spoil business now as is a big story of croatia's most prominent businessman as turned himself into police in london what does this mean philip hampshire so the business desk philip this is e v set told the rich who was the richest man in croatia we can handle about his net worth for quite some time apparently because you can place it anywhere between the forbes estimate another peak was asked estimates four hundred fifty million dole is seven hundred fifty million dollars these sky news this morning is around two million dollars you'll understand why the.
"hanan" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"And she focused and will nah and will pull our hand away because that's not the etiquette and they spent at that oh his wife aging or trouble reaches hanan doubt to another president first lady or prime minister and they'll shake her hand first they'll cut the video and say that it's being done because they are disrespecting the president because they don't like him and look i know we've got north korea crises i know we've got antifur running around attacking rand paul and shooting up baseball events of senators and knockout gaming people and burning down buildings and shooting cops in the back and attacking church i know we've got a lot of serious stuff going on but if you look at how they take this normal well trump etiquette where he does a great job of world leaders has incredible energy incredible stamina running circles around any president in modern history they take that strength and run it down and they just keep running more and more so when i defend the president i'm not defending the president because i'm in some culture personality i'm defending the president because i i'm defending reality and because i realize that the social engineers are involved in an attempt to overthrow reality and so i have to defend trump because if you give into them they are able to run the tables and social engineer our country in the world into oblivion and and again i know as an audience you understand that we have to continue expose effect newsweek and the retire corporation has laid off half employs four years ago they laid off a third they are what 20 percent now what they work had they gotten better no they right even more deceptive garbage and say that this guy that shot up all these people to church killing twenty six including members of his exwife's family the second wife family they're saying there's no connections none of its real it's all made up with no evidence despite the fact the state police the governor's office the lieutenant governor the daily mail all of them are reporting what we reported last night that.
"hanan" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Yeah i mean i think the biggest thing in the biggest take away all the rigorous training that these actors went through to kind of vim body and emulate um southern h b c show style marching band because i talked to nick hanan you'd one double in in the film and he was saying that the 'cause there's will drummers in the film and and they saw these actors come on set and they're like what is this what is this what are what is going on i mean guy they're trying to make a movie about hb may than you're having actors instead of real drummers well there's a little bit of controversy in terms of the training but all the actors went through it and and ended up doing well in terms of on the screen when when the film was role as a quick aside few personally and somebody that was in banned in indiana i mean you know i say that there's this sort of stigma about that except in the black community really viewed a bed your dope but i guess i'm asking you how do you think this movie holds up because like if of eh one now and i watch it because it's got cool like the solo scenes and all that but for you is this movie is this to the flick you check out when it's on every once in a while yeah i to be honest i i watch it every time the comes on vh one or tbs nothing has held up really well and and a lot of the actors in the producers and director charles stone cut to realize that uh dallas austin who is the atlanta music super producer he inspired the film and he kinda said that before drumline a lot of people thought that people in bayan were were nerds their own cool but this movie kinda made it seem like thin showed there was the world and showed the people that to be in a drumline to be in a marketing ban your have what you have a lot of rhythm in your your cool to be in the band and that's why i think the film is really held up over the last fifteen years errand dots dotson of the undefeated joins us year we're talking about his oral history of the movie drumline who is most shocking thing you learned about this film overall besides the fact they had.
"hanan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Dynamic down the of you from hot eat nfl since that happen i had already forgotten all about her might have nothing to do with their might got it on her fifteen minutes of fame thanks for bringing her back up jim make ride that pads be right over the bosnian global died about three at a super bowl we all know that happened in the super bowl the vowed in his don't want died about a we do jerry hand in at eleven a mcbride attend forty he's 740 vegas a a lebanese hanan on college football he's the man and then that's eight baguettes dime soviet a going on that i and i we got our eyes on all of these games and i'm going to lives lonzo ball take on the clippers and allegedly the clippers grown man want to go at lonzo ball and shut him down that's the plan tonight now remember he's been plan with a that ankle he's been setting he hasn't been laying much uh you know he's playing that i heavily dave and basically injured by seventy percent at best sell the at all aggo avoided i had on the bench and now mcbride first of its envoy so who had tomorrow winners and for relative inch noone tomorrow i gave you a foreign college games if you don't sign up for verona bench dot com then you deserve dad nothing if you sign up you're gonna hit a ton of winners in college football saturday louisville florida state obama's day daggs is obama kansas state accused miami you as you noted aim in the big one michigan penn state in prime time and then pros who does get varazdin banks have rallied on the bench dot com its prime real estate time you got divisional battles near argun miami since the end beds berg how baltimore minnesota the sunday night rematch at a super bowl monday night washington in for rail it out via.
"hanan" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That that probably the cave and you know in florida we are going to be feeling the effects of the puerto rico um it is seeing exited that happening it really is yeah on you know you see thousands of people are are you know coming every day i'm particularly in central florida hanan cristal florida and they're going could be an effect on our war this um and you don't wanna parking on our roadway than our healthcare but are organised amid really going up yo the fact uh very in in very short order an on you know the governor who and a department of education has responded to that on tied darted you know can come up with uh the wall or all district via to act that increase fine though that they can make sure that that are all remain open arms or people who common who need an encore again for the governor andy oh we are are responding could act cry on because these are you know these are our american qigang and equal on whom we hakyu optic fat particularly in the office so all of that it is happening that argument hinted there's always got aamodt of never in now and then for hump eupol 100 times who might throw on you know it is it is clouding but not a governor has been a very very good job of speaking directly could a community and going directly and spending a lot of tiny directly in the community mocked the fact that i can be directly to his present then lit up nordic he had been conned and he know himself on his his emissaries on and and the hit and defeat agent eat have really been refining in the arctic he very very quickly and very well though like i said pocket that are going to take an on terry cover on but there are they are increasingly you know more and more vigorous is open hotel the open restaurant eccentric better on and you know that that put that that.
"hanan" Discussed on KELO
"Would that would talk down all the people that are tending why are you hear you guys are all hammond acres which is a perfect bobby heenan will word hamon eggers the used a council united stole it from so yeah i got a couple times he was a great guy so where did you run this represent right it was in northern iowa southern minnesota okay what was the uh did you get into that what made you decide to do that bobby hanan sphere really yellow you know i had a a bunch of friends we would watch it and we does ali in a we can do this so we started reaching out to other proof other people and uh yeah we gotta we got an organization gather ran it for a few years had our own uh that so what would you do you put on a show what would be like just like you see on tv well right baby were they all local guys lot of local guys a lot of guys that came down from minneapolis the right they were a little bigger than some of our people because they did bigger shows right so that was at one time years ago that was kinda like the regional hub was minneapolis vern gun an aide out the all star wrestling did that come out of the minneapolis areas burn gun in awa that's what i thought yep so we had a lotta wrestlers that would come down from up there that we had to pay a little bit more than our guys right it was worth it because the drew the people in they knew their name it ruined the crowd right um yeah we had we'd had full of places where we were at with the they were full and um it hit this is an aisle the my favorite story is though we did it eddie a bar slash restaurant and they were serving mean gene pizza at the time well main gene oakland well eight he was making the tourist through so we had a show on the night we knew he was going to be coming to this place because they were serving means gene pizzas i got interviewed by means gene in my per sauna what is that a.
"hanan" Discussed on KELO
"I mean it was it was fun now producer ray e r you into this wrestling south not as much as i used to be ah to the earth for a period of wife couple of years i really enjoyed watching it that you mentioned we did you'll be bobby the brain he yeah here's something you know but you know nothing about me i used to own my own professional rushing organization obviously it wasn't wwe size but we pro promoted locally and i had several shows had interaction with got to meet bobby the brain hanan got to meet him as bobby the brain hanan and he can then i got to meet him afterwards where he's just bobby hain and rape and he's was he like he is absolutely he well before at the end here he had the disease and his he was basically deformed at the end here he wasn't nothing like he used to be but in my wrestling organization i was the bad manager right and i took everything that he had done through the '70s and '80s and basically just revolves it in for me because i think as you can tell during that your little signet's right there he performed where we're going to be open right right so everything he got on the mic from one of the best microphone workers in professional wrestling it's appropriate because that's what promotion yet and he's promoting where the reality what time it is what day of the week and the people that are going to be involved in creating excitement yep and he should do it without cussin without demoralizing people in all right and but he's outside of the ring when he's just he's not doing his persona very intelligent very pro lot of these guys are that's heart businessman very personable very approachable um um but you know they don't get to do that because they have to put on that persona because like when i said when i was the bad manager i had a big wig on i had glasses because in the community i love locked in in the community where i was i was a a a manager of a place so i couldn't be because when i got in the ring of course i've taught crap right i.
"hanan" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Soups fun and i mean what it was gonna be a law saying that that's what that's what pregnant people carlette la thing you're i'm planning to wear a full gown debt looks like a bunch of points at as i am planning on wearing a patricia m doggy kaftan will reassure we just like perform in it like our our a patricia cat aft hanan hubert where're you wear a cap town with buehler on it and we'll just we'll just addressed a crowd like that yeah aware buehler captain and you're were with my face on it if i'm your little thing that i like cats although unable cares you're getting a ronnie okay i wanna give swing cancer da all me irani cap you albirakdar fields will you actually be a cat like a cat's cat no i'm going to be the humans at i hate cats cats their mean to people don't eat off your face when you die okay we talk about the cats on musical gas not cats cats anti back nosan yell be the bitch on the tire yeah i'll be the old gril sabella bitch you only comes down on a big fat tired of seeing one song in dyes it will by the way german we are going to install mechanical tire that whole lift ronnie up into the rafters vietor so everyone get your tickets now mammoet holland lana not q okay just lifted up i wanna finish this song a running buckley so um uh but if you're terms by our banter sheer today that's because we're about to toxins southern charm southern charm reunion parts wanna yeah i think because we had a day off yesterday and we talk so much has today i'm still loopy.