30 Burst results for "Hansie"
New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct
"Lawmakers say they're planning to issue a final report on their impeachment investigation into governor andrew cuomo npr's hansie lo-long reports new york state. Lawmakers recently decided to suspend their investigation after cuomo resigns from office next week democratic governor andrew cuomo had been under growing pressure to step down after an independent report by the new york state attorney general concluded cuomo had sexually harassed at least eleven women. Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing days. After he announced plans resigned on august twenty fourth new york state assembly speaker. Carl hasty democrat said lawmakers will be suspending their investigation. Because new york's constitution does not allow the legislature to impeach and remove an elected official. Who's no longer in office. And a statement hasty says lawmakers will not interfere with investigations by local law enforcement into criminal allegations against cuomo on. Npr
"hansie" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"Here are the self-made strategies of christopher. Hansie thanks for making the time really really cool interested in talking about t launch. How you got started how you got into that. And then of course we'll be talking a lot about print on demand and how you got into that business in in why you think it's such a great business strategy from an e commerce perspective You know covert nineteen era..
"hansie" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"He's already man. He's opposed to. The police are nice and the girl i think was to hansie will. If she wasn't bad-looking that would be human nature man. I don't think they should be like that. What do you do it work. Oh i feel restrained of course especially when she can see that there are no guns on our person or whatever. We're looking for a knife. You know what we weren't even part of that warrant right do anything you walked away. Yeah yeah exactly. All that warrant allowed them to do is to come in to come in. So what is the frisking. Good police work. It doesn't bother me looking at physically but it bothers me in terms of. Are they really doing that for a good constitutional reasons. Hey listen this is much more exciting than trying to deal with the mafia tunnels across the way. And you know. I have fantasies about police officers feeling me up. So you imagine what's going on and all the the massage parlours. Oh my god. There's one on every corner right beds and their beds people sleeping in them they get people are doing other stuff because if you get a good massage fall asleep righto lease for and i need to get massages now because i have what do i have. I have some kind of a neck joy. Back thing you've got worn brake pads. So i need to get massages. So you guys are just out of line and we are on your ass zoo. Pick the right. People guy doesn't lawyer whose Whose mailboxes full after he gives me the card race me here anytime. So you're says loved how this feels like radio. Yeah i have you guys projected on the tv. My friends love it. So.
"hansie" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast
"Yeah i've seen so much weird stuff than nothing surprises me anymore. So other people were just super convinced as play was bad. I just eager to shed on him. Which it which i can fully understand. I'll say i think in this case because it was like he. You opened the button. He three that's king eight sitted for the big blind. No you're right you're right you're right. Flop is ace queen. Eight bets you call turn was a blank. Tunnel was a blank. But i think he flopped second pair so as eight x could be wrong. There there is. Then the term was acquaint. There was a clean out there star. His jam was like i think it was like not even one point five x hot. So he's definitely gonna have value. Hansie wants to go for there. And i feel like having the blocker blocking some of your like easiest call down..
"hansie" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast
"They know that central banks like if they know that central banks have pledged recently, the Fed is pledged to keep interest rates short-term money race that is zero through was a two thousand and twenty three evidence of two, thousand, one, hundred and twenty three I forget these days anyway a long time. Yeah providing providing inflation goes up I mean that's chess the most extraordinary world and as a feature of these low rates in these Pussy Hansie Central Banks I, love that word some people apply that were Hansie actually to both presidential candidates here right the from Hansie guys reach out and touch someone but the the Fed I submit you ladies and gentlemen is the hands easiest institution in public life at can't keep its paws off the markets for financial assets. So what does this done what US Evan UN at possession of the handout that I intend to speak for my presentations afternoon? All, right I want you to to help me help our listeners go through and highlight some of the consequences of this particular monetary regime is you see a page of two or three pages into Orissa leverage pushes higher. Domestic NONFINANCIAL DEBT-TO-GDP GDP pulled up to the microphone. Okay. And if you look about nineteen fifty one until basically the end of the seventies in anywhere from like one hundred, twenty percents just blow one hundred and forty percents. Then all the sudden, the eighty two jumped up to one, hundred, eight percent and currently it's rocketed up to around two hundred and sixty percents so low rates. I encourages financial leverage. Now I suppose it must and and they need to generate yield is. A spur to lending and borrowing fill you in the next was that show you this one is It's a graph of outstanding federal debt since Seventeen Ninety and as you would expect as featured a parabolic increase, the captions time the next trillion and Importantly, we know that it took one hundred and ninety two years for the US federal deficit to reach one trillion dollars i. It took twenty seven days to amass incremental additional trillion between one and April twenty seven. So hundred ninety, two years to the first one and twenty seven days for a recent one here in your twenty twenty. Yeah. Of course, people will say that's a pandemic extraordinary. Yeah, we had. I was alive in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight to witness the Asian flu I didn't I not one word about. Muscle him I have no recollection of anyone paying any attention to it. All I think the mortality rate was higher than Cope nineteen currently I think that's correct at least it was it's a it was a it was a retrospect shortly nightmare say in the moment to those who I fell victim to it is very serious epidemic but my goodness that made no national impression that I can recall starting college at the time of. High School and Grade School is forest they have zoom them. They didn't have fax machines. Anyway th the last the last thing that people thought about was canceled I in life to anyway. So yes, there's a pandemic and yes, it has elicited amongst extraordinary federal response but still the payback line that filled sky was in place..
New York judges halt Trump plan to upend congressional apportionment
"Special Three Judge Court in New York has moved to block president trump's July memorandum about the census NPR's Hansie the wrong reports the judges found the trump administration's attempt to change who's included in the census numbers that determine each state sheriff congressional seats is unlawful. To. Determine how many seats each day gets the House of Representatives. The fourteenth amendment requires accounting of the whole number of persons each state president trump's calls for unauthorized immigrants be left out of that count but especially, three judge panel in new. York. has concluded the president has limited authority over how the census is used for reapportionment and Congress has directed the president through federal. Law, to, present specifically the whole number of persons living United States for the portion count this ruling may be appealed directly to the US Supreme Court. Because of a federal law allows court rulings related to RE APPORTIONING CONGRESS TO SKIP review by an appeals court
Are Movie Theaters Screwed?
"I'm Sean. Fantasy and Amanda Events, and this is the big picture. A conversation show about movies. There is a lot of news about movies in the world right now, but not so many movies, it is officially August which means three things one, it is hot as hell outside. To its Amandus, birthday happy, birthday Amanda. Thank you shot three a very bad time for movies and this year. Of course, it's unusually bad. Thanks to covid nineteen. So man, we have a lot to talk about today's episode a lot about the state of the movie business and more specifically about where you didn't spend your birthday, which is in a movie theater. Because movie theaters are not open and it's sort of feels like movie theaters are screwed. We're going to talk a little bit about some of the decisions that Mc made last week and the ramifications of that, and maybe some of the financial decisions that AMC made earlier today, and what that means for the future of movies. It's a very complicated time. Can you help us understand just a little bit of what transpired last week between? AMC and Universal Studios. Yes. So we got the ultimate resolution of the great trolls world tour fight of twenty twenty, which is that after much public negotiating and wild statements made on both sides, AMC theaters and universal came to an agreement and universal movies. Now will be shown in AMC theaters with a new theatrical window of seventeen days, which is notably shorter than the previous window that most that all studios and movies operated under in the United States. That window used to be in the neighborhood of between two and three months, and that meant films has a plan theaters for nearly a quarter of the year and sometimes more than that before you could find them at home and that's changing I sort of I. You know it's clearly changing for the purposes of universal movies. No other studio has come to this agreement and universal. Universal has only come to this agreement with one theater chain. Am See. So this is not a cataclysmic event, but it certainly seems presidential. It certainly seems as if it's something that is going to send shockwaves throughout the industry for the future. You know. Obviously, we spent so much time on this show talking about the slow atrophying of the theatrical experience. This feels as significant. A story has happened in that respect I was just doing some doing some Napkin math last night about box office receipts, and so over the past ten years, the annual domestic box office has averaged about eleven eleven, billion dollars in the United, states, and right now, it sits at about one point, eight, billion dollars with just about two plus months of true box office. So. These are really desperate times for movie theaters and so am see I. I'm trying to understand what specifically is motivating AMC's whiplash decision making because as you said, Adam Erin who is the CEO of AMC had some very strong words for universal's decision about trolls world tour about four or five months ago, and now they've made nice and in fact it it sort of feels like AMC took a hit here in this negotiation, what do you think is animating their their decision making deep financial desperation just this absolute total. What else can we do to keep the lights on? which I am not a do not have an MBA. Okay, and I'm not an economist, but there has a lot has been written. You know in deadline and in the Wall Street, Journal and the trades about the extremely precarious financial situation of AMC in particular, and obviously all of this is heightened by the fact that movie theaters have not been open for months now and they don't have a business model because of covid nineteen but I think you know covid nineteen has really exacerbated. What was. A A tricky situation for all movie theaters. But especially, it seems AMC just because of how it's business it structured and you mentioned today there assume news about AMC's restructuring in order to. Reallocate some of its debt, but it just all seems under the guise of we have to keep the lights on because we do not have cash on hand and movie theaters aren't open and we don't know when they're going to be able to be open most places, and if we don't have cash coming in, then our business no longer exists. So AMC it even it seems within the realm of the theater chains who are all obviously impacted by covid nineteen seems to be really motivated to figure out any income stream that it can right now. That's. That's at least my reading I. Don't know what you think. No I. think that's exactly right and I think it's notable that in this deal with universal in addition to clearing new cash flow from that debt restructuring the you mentioned there, the AMC is going to get money from universal when it takes its films to peavy od after that seventeen day window, and that's that's a highly unusual arrangement for streaming revenue to filter back into a theatrical a theatrical. I don't what, what would you call it? A tithing basket I'm not sure what does that. What does that represent to Hansie's business I? Don't I'm not sure I understand
Ants To The Rescue
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"hansie" Discussed on More to Life with Faith and Lois
"The sunshine, and the serotonin and the weather that puts most of us in a better mood, but it can also brings to that point of reflection where we're saying, oh, okay. I've put this under for the last several months. And now, I'm ready to bring up something that is knowing at me bring it out to light. Absolutely. And you're guarding thing. I know is a huge inspiration to you. Almost ready to go. We have mitt from those of us in Colorado, we have to wait until after mother's day. So I'm being I'm not going to go early, however Hansie's around because pansies conservative all of this, which I'm very happy for tiny things on very happy about that. But yes, gardening that I get to look forward to that. I get my hands dirty. Although somebody wrote recently, I can't I why do you do? It lowers your hands. Get dirty, and I said, okay, I get my nails done. So why would I get my hands dirty? I wear gloves. I'm just have to get your hands dirty to be a good gardener. Absolutely. I even were to glimpse sometimes. But the idea that the beds that I have outside our prepped right now that they are getting ready that the compost that has been working its way through the winter is now, you know, stinking up the whole back yard as I've got the soil up to where I wanted. Yes. I cannot wait for what this does. Because all that stuff. That was happening underground is coming up and that that's. What we've been talking about? There's a lot of things that no one's been seeing all these months and now they show and so far listeners the question. I wanted just throw out there is renewal is different for everybody. It looks different sounds different feels different. But a good question to ask yourself as what is renewal mean to you? And what maybe in your life for just some reflection time. Can you see changing and seeing morph into something more beautiful, and that represents you more as a person, and it's a chance.
"hansie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. The left is broadening the war on women arguments to encompass virtually everything and they're using it to attack politicians. They don't like Joe Biden, his the latest victim of this. The war on women mean has now been extended to Joe Biden the revolution eats its own. And it is fascinating to watch Democrats have been trying since twenty sixteen and even before in two thousand twelve they tried it with Mitt Romney suggested Mitt Romney was fighting a war on women. So when Mitt Romney said that he had binders full of women. So that he could seek female employees to give them better job opportunities. The left jumped on that to proclaim that Mitt Romney. He most anodyne milk toast human being has ever walked this earth was actually a terrible, terrible sexist. And then of course, they had more material to go with with President Trump. So they went without president from two is war on women is war on women mean and was pushed by the media over and over and over you can always tell who the enemy of the progressive left is by who they're using the war on women to target. And this is what you're seeing now being used against. Joe Biden hilariously enough. After eight years of ignoring the fact that the guy gets hands he with pretty much everybody. So there's a piece by women and Jennifer senor in the New York Times, and it's called what we're not talking about. When we talk about Joe Biden, and you're seeing the Democrats and the left extend the definition of the war on women from actual harm to women to stuff that could be perceived as harm to women because they're broadening the war on women specifically to take out political opponents. Here's what Jennifer here's what Jennifer senior says she says this week. It's Joe Biden's turn in the barrel, and like many Democrats, I'm torn about what to think the allegations by Lucy Flora's that in two thousand fourteen when she was running for Lieutenant governor of Nevada the VP touched her shoulders and kissed the back of her head cannot exactly be dismissed as now wire given that another allegation of guerrilla nuzzling following just seventy two hours later and that multiple photo montages online just a similar pattern. And so we have another debate about male decency and respect trying to creepy nece against over exuberance affection handsomeness against glad-handing all the while. Remembering that this job? Haydn? We're talking about retail politics guy from another era known for arm, grabs and bear, hugs. He is by nature, a physically expressive, fellow house are not unfamiliar to him these grey zone allegations are, of course, still worth examining. But they are because they're salacious because are embodied because we can see them. I wonder if we spend more time discussing them than another grade zone problem that in my view is far more pervasive and often less easily solved. They Sharpe rebuke or a complete to human resources not being taken seriously. And here's where we know that if you are a male, and you side with Joe Biden here, it's because you're not taking women seriously, or if you are a male who's not participated in any form of sexual harassment. If you're Mike Pence, you are guilty of not taking women seriously. So the war on women has now been extended outward to include not taking women seriously. What does she mean by not taking women seriously, basically anytime a woman feels like she's not being taken? Seriously, we're supposed to we're supposed to believe that this is based on sexism the subjective. Perception of the of the alleged victim is. Is all that matters. When you're not being taken seriously now as a human being there are many times when I have been not taken seriously, my employees. I'm sure he'll routinely not taken seriously, sorry, guys. But the fact is that that's not mean, they're not being taken seriously or that that's a crime or that sexism in some way. Jennifer senors has here's the truth. Some of the women, I know have meet you stories, but most of the women I know have stories about feeling dismissed invisible and less than okay. But how were they mistreated is what are they talking about? They're talking about seeing their ideas gained traction in a meeting only after a man has said them or being told after they've asserted themselves in a meeting that they dominated it, or at least talked too much. Now, we don't own any of the context, we don't know whether it's possible that a woman in a meeting just didn't express righteous forcefully enough or maybe she wants to forceful. It turns out people don't like men to how many meetings. Have you been in where the guy is just a jerk where the guy is obnoxious, that's not sexism that sometimes people are annoying. And yet there's a full article in the New York Times. Now broadening the scope of the inquiry about Joe Biden from he's Hansie and physically aggressive with people too. Sometimes women feel disrespected. Personally has this columnist. I've been manned splaine about my own book men's lane is one of the dumber phrases in human history man's blamed this this this pseudo term of art. When is it just explaining something to a human? And when is it man's planning? Why do you have to assume bad motives on the part of somebody who's explaining something like legitimately? I spend a lot of my time explaining politics two people that is not man's winning. That is me explaining explain things to my kids. Sometimes I explain things to my wife, oftentimes, my wife explains things to me like why didn't you take out the garbage and also get up out of bed and take the garbage like people get explained to allot, but the attempt to broaden out victimhood from originally sexual assault to now you're being nuzzle by weirdo, too, exuberant politician too. I feel man's played into is a pretty radical move that is intended to divide Americans. And it's not just this this silly column that suggests that women are constantly being victimized in soft ways around society is I mentioned on yesterday show. There's a certain amount of ghost hunting that happens on the left where if you feel something bad has happened. We're supposed to describe it to some ghost in the machines. Some weird societal force that we can't peg down particular actions. But that made me feel bad. I'm big evidence fan. So this is not one of my favorite things. And you're seeing the left do this with regard to statistics as well constantly, shifting the statistics. So yesterday, for example, there's an article is equal pay day. Which is a statistical why it does not take until April seconds of the following year for women to earn the same as men women earn effectively the same as men because they are because they make different decisions about their careers. Equal pay day is based on aggregate statistics without taking into account job choice time out of the workforce motherhood. Amount of time spent at the office. How often you ask for a raise? Like, there are a lot of factors when it comes to the stuff, but women are earning as much as men, and according to some studies in major cities, particularly women who are fresh out of college in the same degrees as men who are single and don't have kids are running more than men, according to one time magazine article from twenty ten a lot more than men, actually. So now, the left is shifting the goalposts because in order to divide Americans from Americans we have to shift the goal posts, and suggests that discrimination is still a deeply active factor in every aspect of American life in a second. I'm gonna show you how the goalposts are changing. But I when it comes to improving the.
"hansie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Markley that's David van Campbell Scott Robbins, joining us on this Friday, boys. That's the end of the week. How you feel better than just yet? Right. I feel great Joe Biden's got jokes today. Oh joke book, Joe Biden, giving his first speech since the whole inappropriate touching thing. That's what we're calling officially, right? It's inappropriate touching. Is. There any other the sexual harassment thing that Joe Biden is facing. It's just inappropriate touching. I think so but at the same time sometimes that's a hug, it's on the shoulders. Yeah. So for some people that wouldn't be inappropriate touching. But the people felt uncomfortable. Okay. So uncomfortable gate. I don't know what you call it. Whoever just said Hansie probably says it better than fails. So hand gate. All right. Got it. No. Because then they're going to think about Rubio and Trump. It's true. Hansie gate. Could we call it s- Watergate because they should've swatted his hands away. No, you wouldn't swat we'll work on it. Anyway. Workshop date creeper we could maybe potentially put him in. Now, Biden was obviously, then you'd have something pulled up on your backside. Like, you're you gotta wedgie. Oh that kinda creeper. Yeah. You don't want that got it. Okay. Go ahead. So Biden's giving a speech, and well, he this is to bunch a union people. And he he had a little joke about what was going on in the news with with himself. Just want you to know I had permission to hug Lonny..
"hansie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"AM six thirty Washington's mall WBAL, welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So I got to admit I'm sort of with Whoopi Goldberg here. She is pointing out that the attack on Joe Biden about being Hansie Joe about being creepy. Joe that this seems a little politically motivated, and I'm gonna go with. Yeah. It does it does. Honestly. And the way you can tell this is by which Democrats are speaking out and saying that Joe Biden, basically should have to go, and which ones are saying, no and it breaks down along sex lines. Now, I know we're not allowed gender lines. No Kennedy, gender either. It breaks all women and men can we say that and north the leftist acceptable terminology is now Elizabeth Warren naming clobbered try and say, the Biden should go and Bernie Sanders. Well, not so sure about that that has less to do with. I think women having a unique experience of being handled by men like Joe Biden and more to do with the fact that Warren and clobber are both trying to appeal to a specifically female audience. And they think that this is a good way to get rid of Biden. Here's. Bernie feels pretty secure in his base saying I'm not sure that this is all the way discrediting for Joe Biden. She says she's coming forth now because she thinks it's disqualifying for Joe Biden, do you think it's disqualifying? The decision for the vice president to make. I'm not sure that one incident alone disqualifies anybody, but her point is, absolutely right. This is an issue the Democrats or Republicans the entire country has got to take seriously, it is not acceptable that with a woman goes to work or is in any kind of environment. Thirteen feels anything less than comfortable and safe. Okay. Well, obviously that last part is true. And Bernie Sanders is trying to fend off accusations against his own campaign. He didn't take sexual harassment seriously enough. So he's trying to be careful. There Bernie seems a little less concerned than for example, Elizabeth Warren who is flailing in the polls and desperately looking for an angle..
"hansie" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Eighties music, probably be best and appropriate. I'm looking at all these pictures of Joe Biden, he's got his hands over everybody. Man. The headline Biden's well documented Hansie habits receive new scrutiny in the metoo era. I don't know about this. I mean. I don't know. I don't know. I mean, I think back how many times you've given a hug this somebody. Well, yeah. Yeah. And you've given. You sitting around or whatever you walk. He gives someone just a little shoulder. Rub. Just to be nicer just to totally completely utterly an absolutely innocent the protests from the woman who's featured in this. Is is now defunct a defining this, and I'd like for ladies or dialed in what is acceptable these days? What is acceptable for what a man can or cannot do? Can we give a hug anymore? Here local style. I mean. We're always given a hugging. Kiss on the cheek. Travelling to Europe, you you. You kiss on the cheek. Both cheeks men and women. And what about men do you ever feel offended by anybody? Is there a? Line of conduct that should never be crossed. I'm not making any judgment call right, wrong, or indifferent. What I'm interested in doing is just let's just. Have a conversation. But what what as a guy? What can we can't? We not do. And Debbie out in muck and kilo. We appreciate you, Debbie. Giving us a call. Aloha. Hello. I just was going to make one comment on this perhaps one way for men to gauge what is acceptable or not acceptable. As if it was your daughter. How would you want men to behave towards her? Does kinda go by that. That's probably a good gut reaction in that case. There would be no man touch. Anybody? Because I am a mother and a grandmother, and I know I've had my daughters and daughter-in-law come to me, even at church and say they were going to hang out in the bathroom because some men were making them feel uncomfortable because of what they did. Wow. You know, just by putting their hands on them. And they've kind of got women especially girls, I think they God has given them this little by first base. They know that shouldn't be crash. So I think we should just kinda tune into that excellent advice. Excellent. What do you make of the VP and his conduct in the past? And even present day is this a reflection that what should we glean from this, Debbie? Well, I've seen these pictures of Joe Biden for a long time, and the ones that have always made me the most uncomfortable are the young girls who you can see his hand slightly under their brash and the little girl kind of acting like they're uncovering and they should be uncomfortable. I believe God has given them this kind of his own like, no, this is not right. And we shouldn't try to numb that zone that they have been given by God. I thank you very much tabby. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And again, the telephone lines are open if you'd like to contribute and be a part of the program. Gives called and Scotty. How about you? I mean. Yeah. We're in very public arenas. You have to listen, you have to listen to what's being said and respect it. You can't say here's how it should be. If you're not the person that the standard is being set for if that makes any sense, I think you as as she put it girls are saying that makes me uncomfortable. You can't say that should make you feel uncomfortable. It does and you respect that. And. Going forward. I mean, we kiss each other on the cheek here in in Hawaii a lot of times they're going to say you, and I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And but I think all things. Thinks change cultures change eight. You know, if you come from certain parts of the country, and then you move here, you're not used to being hugged. You're not used to being kissed and it's off pudding. It's different than the culture in which you were raised, and you might feel uncomfortable with that. And all it is is Aloha. But it makes you uncomfortable. And so we have to listen to that. It's all subjective. And that's the difficult part because when you encounter somebody for the first time or not that familiar with someone. That individual subjectivity is different than the other. Sure, what might be acceptable to one is unacceptable to another. I think we have to just come to the conclusion. You know? Robert Bork said years ago. The definite sub to paraphrase definition of pornography. Is you know, when you see it? We should all know. If there's a line being crossed, we should just consciously. No. Do that. Right. And I think that there is that delineation for most men, I can't speak for everybody that I know for my standpoint. But the unfortunate part is you're not going to know until the offense has happened. And if there's not any intent to offend is there a guilt that can be applied. Because the guilt is applied by the subjectivity of the person who is making the complaint. So if you were to. What have you meet somebody for the first time very big on extend the hand slight hug, maybe a kiss on the cheek of Aloha. You're right. For somebody to protest that. I am hopeful. They would say something that the time right instead of going to. Someone else or supervisor or whatever you say excuse me, just want to let you know that that's not comfortable my personal boundaries. Please don't please don't do that. And if we have that kind of report, then we'll understand now, there's something that is obvious. As a violation that rises to an existing law. Absolutely. There should be a pursuit of that Justice. And this is the frightening part after this story with Biden they'll be further legislation though, he further laws about encountering how we encounter one another. How we address each other. How we come into physical contact content. There will be laws now. Men are not allowed to ABC. Sign it into law. You do it. You're a criminal. It's going to happen. In some way, shape or form if it hasn't already. And then I think torso myself about our society about we're we've gone perfection. No back in earlier generations. Absolutely not. But are we in a point now where we expect pure purity in all that we say and do. And is that reasonable at any level when you're dealing with human beings. You cannot expect purity. But people do I listened to some of the comments of the individual featured with a Biden accusation. And. I just. Said it felt it felt gross. She said, he smelled her hair. How can you? Tell us somebody smells your hair, or if they're just up behind you and their breathing. I mean, I don't know, and I'm not again casting aspersions honor. It's just that's where this whole conversation is leading we're going to try and put absolute delineation with absolutes with consequence in our basic interaction. That's tough. So if you're in a position where you could be vulnerable to accusations, probably not gonna do anything. You may not even say Hello to anybody. That I contact made me feel uncomfortable. I could see that he was undressing me with his whatever any invocation now. Is going to be viable in this metoo period. We find ourselves in. Nobody is perfect. Nobody should expect perfection. If we have existing law. There's a violation enforce it. If it's a social situation just be cool with each other. Guy. If you go up, and you give somebody you just met a lady a big bear her like a firm hug. And then the Huggins, and it's clear that she needs to say something. No, this is not acceptable. Because that's that's going to be the way that we establish it. Please don't let. A legislature? Do it. We need to establish with ourselves. So it's been a pleasure. No, more shaking your hand. Man. I just don't know. It is eight forty nine in the morning. Your thoughts at five to one eighty three eighty three if you would like to join us beach boy tickets before the top of the hour. 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"hansie" Discussed on KCRW
"Hi hansie. Good morning. The twenty twenty census is going to be different right? This is gonna be a little different. This gonna be the first census in the US Slough all households either respond online return, a paper form or call a one eight hundred number the census bureau, also more than doubling the number of languages, you can respond the sense that the census in compared to twenty ten new languages include Arabic Tagalog, polish French Haitian, Creole, Portuguese and Japanese and there's a change to the race question. Really interesting. If you identify as white you'll be as to right? Your non Hispanic origins like German or Irish or if you identify as black? You're going to be asked to write an origins like Jamaican Nigerian and really important to remember. Why do all these details matter, right? Why do we care about the census on this is about everyone getting their fair share based on how many people are living in the country? This is about how we distribute congressional seats electoral college votes around this country to each state and also guides federal funding. Eight more than eight hundred billion dollars a year is estimated to for a local services for local communities is distributed based on census numbers that matters. But interesting trying to increase access right to get an accurate count. I know though, that there has been a looming debate over whether or not to include citizenship question, you've been following that legal dispute were to thanks, Dan, two federal judges have role to block these plans at the Trump administration wants wants to enact this is a question that asks is this person a citizen of United States, and whether or not it will steer go right now. It's going to be a final word. We're waiting final word from the supreme court. They're hearing oral arguments on April twenty third and the federal judges have ruled Safar when in New York, wedding, California. They've ruled that is violates administrative law tat this question, and a judge in California has ruled that it's unconstitutional tied this question because it harms the ability of the federal government to count every person in the country as the constitution requires. So you mentioned that part of these changes to make it more accessible is to allow people to fill out responses online. Of course, we live in a time where they're all kinds of talk. About cybersecurity threats is an issue here that is certainly an issue. This census bureau is really concerned about this. And so they're preparing for, you know, at any given time more than one hundred thousand users on the sense spirits website. They'll be launched next year for people to respond online. And so right now, they're working very hard to try and build up the IT infrastructure to plan to prevent the website from crashing to prevent people from hacking information when he keep that census, data confidential. There's also concern about, you know, disinformation campaigns. This is going to be the first social media centers if you will and also taking place during the presidential race. So you mentioned all these outstanding questions about the two thousand twenty cents is it's real close though. And it takes a long time to print a census, doesn't it? It is very close to the most urgent deadlines is June. And last week a census bureau official alfono he emphasized that the there's a printing company they've got two versions of the census form with the citizenship question without Linda, what he said the perjure knows that when the supreme court decision is made we give them the goal. So start the process with the satellites are ready to use amazing bureau says the printing has to start in June and July rather NPR's Hansie Lewan covering the two thousand twenty cents as far as thanks Ozzy. You're welcome. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Hey, you deserve some, thanks. You already give to KCRW as a sustaining member every month. And you listen to our shows.
"hansie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Been let off scot-free would not. Ability of the moral and ethical wrong of his actress Malek who was black and gay says he stands by his story. Cheryl, corley NPR news, Chicago. Several democratic senators are urging US attorney general William bar to confirm whether the Justice department will uphold federal law that keeps. Individuals census responses, confidential NPR's, Hansie lo Wong reports. Lawmakers say they're concerned public distrust in the government could limit participation next year's national headcount federal law prohibits the census bureau from sharing information identifying individuals until seventy two years after the bureau collects it. But NPR learned of an internal Justice department discussion about whether those protections could be reconsidered a van DOJ officials suggested there could be quote renewed debate that whether the Patriot Act could force the release of an individual's confidential census responses group of Senate Democrats led by Senator Bryan shots of Hawaii cited NPR's reporting in a letter to US attorney general William bar. The lawmakers rate that any attempt to quote diminish the count of particular communities even indirectly would be a violation of constitution. The Justice department did not immediately respond to NPR's requests for comment on zeal along NPR news, New York European Union. Lawmakers have voted for an overhaul of e you copyright laws that will force online platforms to make deals with providers of creative Content's shared on their sites from Brussels Teri Schultz reports controversial legislation has been in the works for years. The copyright directive has long been the subject of bitter debate, which won't end with its passage once it's approved as expected by e you governments platforms such as Google news and YouTube we'll have to sign licensing agreements with musicians authors, publishers and other content providers to share their work online. They'll also have to block private users from doing so critics say this will stifle creativity freedom of speech and the digital economy. That's Teri Schultz reporting. This is NPR news. And I'm Jamie Floyd for WNYC in New York plans to include congestion pricing in this year's New York. State budget are moving right along governor Cuomo tells that WNYC's Brian Lehrer he's been in talks with lawmakers from Long Island who support he's counting on for the new tolls on drivers entering parts of lower Manhattan. He says he's cautiously optimistic that the plans will pass and should go into effect by twenty twenty one that we're estimating bow just shy of two years. But as fast as we can get up to the equipment is one of star. Motorists driving south of sixty. I treat would automatically pay the toll which would vary based on the day and time revenue would raise money for the MTA as subways New York's Rockland county is banning unvaccinated minors from shopping centers, restaurants and other indoor public places to fight a measles outbreak. That's infected one hundred fifty three people. Since October county executive Ed day says he's imposing the emergency declaration because of increasing resistance from parents of unvaccinated children. I health inspectors have been hung up upon told not to call again. They've been told we're not discussing this do not come back when visiting the homes of infected individuals as part of their investigations. Day said that most of the cases involve members of the ultra orthodox Jewish community. But that nonreligious parents have also resisted getting their children vaccinated. He said police will not be arresting people who flout the order, but that parents could be referred to the district attorney's office for violating an emergency declaration. And in Brooklyn an investigation into a prominent private school has found allegations of sexual misconduct among staff going back. Three decades. The school reportedly hired an outside investigator in two thousand seventeen after allegations at Saint Ann's school in Brooklyn heights were posted on social media. The New York Times reports the inquiry found nineteen former faculty members engaged in inappropriate behavior with students..
"hansie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Score is zero zero with eleven minutes and thirty nine seconds to go in the first period. Shots on goal. Six to two in favor of the lightning and unsuccessful on the power play. And now there's going to be an offensive zone faceoff. And it's going to be the Taveras line out against the Brayden point line. Tomorrow's line has been. Pretty effective so far probably the most in this game. And the lighting having some trouble on the second half of that power plays good pressure from the Leafs penalty killing unit. We'll see if they can take some of that momentum. Into the remaining eleven minutes and thirty nine seconds of the first survivors in point to the rate of Vassilev ski. One by point mcdonagh lighting net. Chip lit up the sidewalk in Haines e Holton right point, rattles across the near corner. Cherniak after these jostle by Hyman who steals from our love, circle, right circle. Hansie shoots. Save may Laskey ainsi was open. But Vassilis key a clear sight. Snaps not puck, which he did. And he holds on no score in the first tough angle for Hanes. The Dow is a hard one to kind of track down there as he was winding up to take a shot. But no one in front of the net and basil that's he's easily able to skip that one up. Beliefs have created some problems for the lightning on their four Czech name. A little bit of trouble clearing points. Paquet wins the drawn Coburn. Turns it over couldn't clear held in Austin Matthews right point because cross ice. The near boards. It is more keeping ink for NS and is checked by Braiden Colbert. Again, he tries to clear the fireside hailed in by OSHA Ghana, but his right circle drop pass miss Matthews. So that's what got the puck out and our drop feed. By the Leafs Matthews at center ice dishes for Miranshah internet zone zone up to middle. Austin Matthews right wing has gone up cranks it in. And he did. So from you on the red line. That's an icy against believes ten fifty five left any scoreless. First. Fourth line looking a little bit different now with Yanni Gordon moving down there with Cedric Paquette and tonight Adam earning returning to the lineup after dealing with an upper body injury. But court said his point of the season is challenging because you're confident sometimes goes down, and it has those dips when you're not scoring goals, but he's excited to kind of be back just playing his game and accepting that greyhound like style is John Cooper's talked about Trevor more in his own zone deals it outdoors Ghana at center ice. Couldn't dump it in a lot on a steel tried to set up. Stamkos in front very in the middle of the ice in the neutral zone, more blocks at stamkos finally as the puck come to drops to his own and sorta left wing had been up little JT Miller. There comes Miller in the scoreless game swarming up. The left wing of the red line shoots.
"hansie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Was a catch. Right. So now when you go into that replay review, you do have to take that first part and start to work from there right now had they ruled that incomplete two it's a stands play in our language, and by and by the way, you're the referees. You're behind the line of scrimmage much, like don't benefit was behind the line of scrimmage question. Bill. Saints Rams games. You really have. No, no. We have no control over this now because it's not your call. No, not only that. I never the first time. I see that play as that is the first time they put it on that surface tablet. Let's make no mistake. We made a change on how we were interpreting the catch after that game to this year. So to me the application took place in the Super Bowl because I goes catches that took place if if in a regular season, I could see them being overturned, and I think that's why everyone thought incomplete pass based on what they had seen. We saw in the Super Bowl as we see. And I know you can say this. I believe this to be true now. I thought this way when we were in the playoffs. You're going to you're going to referee the game a little bit differently. You're gonna let them play the game to be decided by a call. And so you see less penalties in these playoff games because you want now these are the best teams let them play is always say to the players get a feel for whether he's calling the handshake or not. Right. You know? So I say this to the officials if I'm Osama plant bumper run is he gonna let me contact them a little bit. And I would like to think I choose to say the judge let us know if he's getting to Hansie, let us know and we will back off. So get a feel for what they're going to allow you to do because I do say they allow you more latitude in the playoffs and they do. So what was the conversation.
"hansie" Discussed on KCRW
"We've got more of the news all things considered begins and Kevin Roderick has Elliott served to just a few minutes ago. Kevin state. We talked about the two sides in the L A teacher strike. Well, let's talk about the politics of this. And specifically LA mayor Eric Garcetti and California governor Gavin Newsom, I think you can reach a point here when you say that the voters, and parents, and and even school kids are going to be looking to the mayor for leadership on this failing math are going to be looking to the governor other officials in Sacramento for someone to step in and broker an agreement between the teachers union and the school district and at this point. It's not clear at all who that's going to be. And that was very interesting to watch Kevin Roderick coming up in just a few minutes. LA observed Kevin. Thank you, Steve. And the latest, of course, on the strike coming up local news, we're going to check weather too. Because we've got some issues to some mudslides and debris flows across the Southland. As the rain continues this evening. It's KCRW four thirty live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. A federal judge. New York has ordered the Trump administration to stop plans to include a citizenship question in the upcoming twenty twenty census as NPR's Hansie Luang tells us the ruling is likely to be appealed by the administration. This is the first district court ruling out of multiple lawsuits over the controversial citizenship question and the plaintiffs are citing census bureau research that suggests asking about citizenship status will likely discourage households with non-citizens as well. As some citizens from participating the census, and I have a direct impact on how many congressional seats and how much federal funding each state gets over the next decade NPR's Hansie Luang reporting a separate trial over the new citizenship. Question started here in California earlier this month and another is set to begin in Maryland next week. Well, the second round of rain is falling in southern California. Increasing the possibility of mud and other debris flows in areas damaged by wildfires. NPR's doi- elite psycho has this update. From Los Angeles nicknames of the Wolsey fired near Malibu are well aware that a downpour could mean more trouble in and around their properties. Many have been.
"hansie" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"hansie" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Found this indestructible mobile home grizzly bears. Matter of fact, a lot of our troops are gonna start using them in Afghanistan. I don't think I would sleep in a humvee with a grizzly bar- outside of your telling me that grisly huddle. Well, let's go back to this. I'm I'm not talking about when we were kids that with the big w on the side with racing stripes. Have you seen or I know you don't care if you seen these RV's now now have great, but I don't care you can spend as much as you won't agree. He. And bears break down doors in Tony Stewart's RV that I saw at the track. I would not be scared of a grizzly bear. How about that? Great cost over me. Thank you. But you can be stupid. I mean, do you think you can get in it, and we can't get in? Oh my gosh. Greg here is our thing. I'm saying the wall the wall at the at the thickest polling. Okay is metal outside. Maybe a piece of plywood. Two by four wall inside all that know, what buys alkyl had one way take us to the lake in it, Wayne. Think about the tour bus that you gave us for. I know I know. I know that's what I'm saying though, it thicker, it's y'all is still just wall. It's not it's not a bulletproof shield site is if you ended up with some nut bear who was just nuts. Most of them are not talking about through Dern RV. Yeah. Greg. Greg nut gotta do is get in the door. They don't have. Get the door closed. He's gonna rip it open with his. Back. Those are I mean. Hansie could do it. Did they just crushed cans? Okay. Do you don't understand their problem? They rip people's face off with a swat. Swat. The head. Headless near. It's not an RV. They ain't found Harvey slapped in half. I've been taking founding RV door Christ in man, you're thinking about uncle Frank's winnebago's what you're thinking. You're not thinking about a minute ago, Graham's got one guy said, you know, we got gosh reminded and Alaska saying, they can do it. Greg takes a call from from coal. There's a lot of bear experts there where he went to smoke is one thousand blackberry, Tom, great falls, Montana. Okay. He probably knows what he's talking about. Go ahead, Tom..
"hansie" Discussed on KCRW
"At the government publishing office Hansie. Thank you. You're welcome. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Crippling drought in the west has caused more than a million dollars in damage. Those trying to manage its effects often turn to a map that gets updated every week, regardless of government shutdown. It's called the US drought, monitor grace hood of Colorado, public radio and NPR's energy and environment team explains. Everyone has a weekly routine. Some check stocks others look to weather for retired schoolteacher Dave kits. It's the US drought monitor map. I don't know. I think it's a little obsessive. But yeah, I check it. Every Thursday the past year hasn't been good to kits or his two acre spread outside Santa Fe, dry years crust, the soil and can kill his Pinon trees just upsetting depressing to me, and it would move the other direction. It definitely lifts my spirits. The national drought monitor map isn't just first citizen. Scientists like kits it's for water planners who decide resource allotments farm. Farmers who need water for their livelihood. It's most importantly, it's for federal bureaucrats who use the map to unleash billions in US eight each week. They can see the United States across the west yellow, orange and red show. Just how dry things are with a big crimson bullseye in the southwest Marquesa. Votto started this map twenty years ago, we're covering everything from groundwater streamflow temperature. So Voda is a diet mountain dew drinking scientists that the university of Nebraska Lincoln as routes become more severe with climate change. He thinks the work deserves more. Attention droughts are like the Rodney Dangerfield of hazards. They just don't get any respect. Thank about TV crews. They rush out to stand near hurricanes and wildfires, but they rarely flock to desiccated farm fields. Here's what goes into the map. It takes hundreds of people like Colorado assistant climatologist, Becky Bolinger. I'm personally feeling. A little bit more hopeful because she seen more snow to start this winter and that we will be able to to start chipping away at the drought in the southwest. That's what Bolinger sawn the data. But she wanted more context from Colorado's farmers and ranchers so she has for field reports, and we've gotten some very specific examples of like, well, I went out to to put in a wood post and the surface of the ground was wet and three inches deep. The soil was bone-dry that tells Bolinger that recent rain was not enough cheese submits her recommendation, along with dozens of similar reports from around the US, then it's up to map authors by David similar all to make sense of it all that's a physically and emotionally draining process. Taking those recommendations as well as then starting to dig into the data. He's meticulous because each week map has the author's name. Name and contact information. He has to justify decisions to everyone including politicians who want more federal aid and agricultural producers who receive it, ultimately, it's the compilation of reports over time that help people like Colorado, rancher Matt is gar. He uses the tool to figure out where his cows should feed. It tells you what direction the drums trending towards. So if you're looking for pasture or forage, you tend to go the other direction. This winter is gar we'll keep an eye on the drought monitor hoping the drought will leave his land as quietly as it.
Trump administration asks Supreme Court to halt trial over census
"Senior Trump officials to be considered the plaintiffs however, say the depositions of commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and Justice department official John gore are. Improving their claims Ross misuses the thirty over the senses and discriminated against immigrant communities of colored by adding the question Ross, it said the question is needed to better and force the Voting Rights Act, Hansie will NPR news, New York. Boston is getting ready to celebrate the Red Sox four th World Series title and fifteen years the city's victory parade begins tomorrow morning at Fenway park. Boston beat the Los Angeles Dodgers four games to one in the fall classic. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington.
Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star smashed yet again
"The poll, question, what are the results, would you ever vote for a socialist No and? It's more because I? Just think someone who's believes in socialism Hasn't really thought. It. Through very well so is probably not smart enough to represent me Wallet that's my role when it comes to. The minimum wage if a person thinks that raising the, minimum wage. Is a good idea they're not smart enough. To. Be, in office a, ninety six percents they know they'd never vote for a socialist okay now as you know Donald. Trump's, star on, the Hollywood walk of fame or whatever they call it was, smashed yet again, this week it's the at least the second time it's happened and he's he has a, he has, a star very close to Kevin Spacey, who's a well known accused molester. Gigi Gigi goo, but nobody ever touches Kevin Spacey, star but they go after Donald Trump's so they interviewed. I don't know who interviewed him but the guy Hansie. TMZ the guy turned himself in he's, he smashed at at three thirty. In the morning I don't know if cocktails, were involved but that would. Be my suspicion, and he called up the cops and. Said I'll be waiting for you they arrested him And so then he went and he. Gave. An, interview to TMZ, and here is name is Austin clay not to be confused with Austin powers or Henry clay. Go, ahead I, just felt really passionate because of what happens with the immigrants, and stripping children, away from the with the emigrants is he taught was this a protest of all the, illegal aliens, here in Massachusetts stealing all the all, the welfare benefits while they were. Dealing cocaine and, heroin your parents and that just, sort of set me off and for a while I. Kind of distance myself from politics and when I came. Back when I of came back into, politics the next started paying attention. Again to all of this going on it, just kind of let something. Off inside me Something else man But I think of the SARS and the people that you looked out on when you're going through there, that you should you should feel inspired, by, Kevin Spacey, man Bill Cosby I think Bill Cosby stars Yeah like how about Harvey Weinstein I'll bet, he's gotta start to man. Like he's, he's he's very attractive man you know like we used three hundred pounds like and take showers and wraps himself around in a bathrobe before. He, invites in sixteen year old girls now there's a man who we should all like look up to totally like, these are people, who fought against powder cultural visionaries artists or really people. Who pushed us in a positive direction I think Donald Trump represents everything that everybody with half a brain and half, a heart in, this, country presents. No like full employment man And like, getting people off welfare And, like get rid of ISIS man you know the, ones that kill kill gay people but it's okay to kill gay people over there because like, it's it's part of their culture man And so that's why I did, it Robert deniro left me a voice message to give me a high five Chelsea Chandler Chelsea, handler Sorry Chelsea Chelsea, Chandler I like her even. More than Chelsea handler I got I got a phone message from Glen Campbell I know he's, dead man, but he still called me I don't. Know how he got my number because I thought he had Alzheimer's before, he, died, but I By, the way Coquette straws legal for me now that I've vandalize the Donald Trump star Yeah I think I did a real like, like you'll get. Acts I don't feel resentful I feel I feel, proud of myself The thing that. Was difficult is I have never seen let alone picked up an, axe. Man wasn't sure which. Is and you're supposed to use dude So there it is there's your social Justice. Warrior for the day eight four four five hundred forty two, forty two so let's let's have A guy named Ian Bremmer he's a lefty and, but he's he's he's speaking the truth he. Won't be back on CNN this was. His last appearance on CNN cutthroat aggressive for. The mill but you. Asked me about the big picture so you really want, the, big picture this has been a. Good week for Trump You're fired get outta here they're, going to give them the Kirk Kurt Schlichter. Bum rush right off right off of. CNN that's all we needed to know pal CLA Scar rove I'm Howie. Carr.
Fuel price hike: Consumers brace
"Eighty six cents this year's fourth of july will be the costliest independence day for motorists in four years aaa says despite this figure nearly forty million people are expected to hit the road this week and we'll be paying eleven cents less per gallon than they did a memorial day the motorist club warns elevated crude oil prices and geopolitical concerns could drive gas prices up for the fall kevin spacey is facing new allegations mark mayfield fills us in actor guy pearce was on an australian talk show this we can call spacey slightly difficult to work with saying he was hansie spacey and pierce co starred in l a confidential back in the nineties when pierce was in his twenties spacey was first accused of sexual misconduct wine actor october who says spacey made sexual advances towards him at a party in the nineteen eighties when he was still a teenager mark mayfield nbc news radio news report is brought to you by gary goldberg financial services schedule a free consultation by visiting g g f s dot com title looking at your fourth of july roadways this morning with cindy weightman hi cindy we've got a closure on.
China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade
"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield president trump continues to meet with possible nominees to replace retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy brian shook has more trump spoke with three more candidates tuesday but the white house wooden say who they were on monday trump met with four possible nominees including utah republican senator mike lee the president is expected to announce his pick july ninth justice anthony kennedy will officially step down at the end of the month brian shook nbc news radio and there are reports that china is pressing the european union to form an anti us trade alliance but according to reuters news service so far the europeans aren't interested china reportedly suggesting launching a joint action against president trump's trade tariffs at the world trade organization china also offering to open up their markets to eu companies chinese and or facials are scheduled to meet for a trade summit in beijing on july sixteenth and seventeenth mark mayfield nbc news radio oh the senate intelligence committee is supporting the conclusion that russia interfered and the twenty sixteen election the committee released its initial findings on tuesday saying it agrees with the us intelligence community that moscow meddle in the election with the purpose of helping the trump campaign the report agrees with the intelligence communities finding that russian president vladimir putin back the effort to discredit hillary clinton's campaign the senate panel also noted that its investigation into the russian effort is still ongoing special counsel robert muller is investigating russian interference as well as the possibility of any collusion between russia and the trump campaign mark mayfield nbc news radio kevin spacey's facing new allegations at your guy pearce was on an australian talk show yesterday and call spacey slightly difficult to work with saying he was hansie spacey and peers co starred in l a confidential back in the nineties when pierce was in his twenty s spacey was first accused of sexual misconduct by an actor in october who says spacey made sexual advances towards him when he was a teen at a party in the eighties and air force veteran who set himself on fire near the georgia capital in protests at the va has died officials say fifty eight year old john michael watts passed away from burns over as much as ninety percent of his body waffles or say he strapped fireworks and an incendiary device to his body june twentysixth then doused himself with a flammable liquid the explosions came during a news conference happening just one block away fatalities injuries and incidents on a railway wants told bystanders before being rushed to the hospital he was protesting his treatment by the veterans administration system mark woolsey nbc.
Guy Pearce Accuses Kevin Spacey of Being Handsy on L.A. Confidential Set
"Is creating some complications and our worst case scenario the boys will have to stay in the cave for up to four months so they can be trained to dive and swim team and their coach were found yesterday after they went missing for nine days walmart getting some backlash after president trump supporters found a shirt for sale which read impeach forty five german of the group students for trump found the shirt among the other impeach forty five products on walmart's website news of the shirts started a boycott walmart movement on twitter kevin spacey is facing new allegations actor guy pearce was on an australian talk show today called spacey slightly difficult to work with saying he was quote hansie spacey and peers co starred in l a confidential back in the nineteen ninety s when pierce was in his twenty s spacey was first accused of sexual misconduct by an actor in october who says spacey made sexual advances toward him when he was a teen at a party in the nineteen eighty s people tend to exaggerate their own states importance in american history study by psychological science shows the worst offenders are those on the east coast and enlarge states the report finds that virginians think the old dominion state is responsible for forty one percent of the nation's history while massachusetts residents take credit for thirty five percent people living in georgia delaware pennsylvania and new york guest around thirty percent for their home states californians and texans imagine their states account for.
Guy Pearce Says Kevin Spacey Was a ‘Handsy Guy,’ Calls His Time on Set With Him ‘Difficult’
"In the event their parents are arrested for illegally crossing the border administration for children's services commissioner david hansell because these kids are inner city even though we don't have legal responsibility for them we do have a moral obligation to make sure they're being well cared for recreational opportunities and specialized medical care also being coordinated and lower manhattan james flippin nbc news radio new york epa administrator scott pruitt is the latest trump administration official to be harassed while dining out sixth grade teacher kristen minks says pruitt forgets who he's working for these are people who it is their job to work for us they should if they're doing their jobs well they should want to hear from the public and i was there to to talk to scott says she urged pruitt's resigned because of what she said he's doing to the environment approved aide says the epa e thank the woman after she spoke her piece than he and his lunch companion left kevin spacey is facing new allegations actor guy pearce was on on austrailia talk show today and called spacey slightly difficult to work with saying he was hansie spacey and pierce co starred in l a confidential back in the ninety s when pierce was in his twenties spacey was first accused of sexual misconduct by an actor in october the annual nathan's fourth of july hotdog eating contest takes place tomorrow in coney island brooklyn ten time champion joey chestnut we'll try to beat his record of forty two hot dogs and buns he ate in ten minutes when he won last year mickey studio is back again to try to defend her title after eating forty one dollars last year to capture her fourth straight mustard belt and it wasn't a hot dog but a hot bear that went after someone's drink a bear in northern los angeles county was seen slurping up margarita that was left in a backyard you can probably guess what happened next the bear.
Ebola outbreak in large city 'very concerning'
"In washington i'm dave mattingly the world health organization says there's now a high risk of bola spreading regionally from the democratic republic of congo npr's ava peralta says there are fourteen confirmed cases of the virus in the country including one case in a major city outbreaks of ebola in drc are usually easily contained because they happen in rural areas the chief of the world health organization says a confirmed case in the city of more than one million is concerning but he says the global community now has more tools to deal with any poll outb break a vaccine for example is already being deployed in congo more than four thousand doses of the new experimental ebola vaccine arrived in the country this week a house committee will be questioning the justice department's point person on civil rights this morning he is expected to be pressed about a citizenship question added to the twenty two thousand census npr's hansie lo wong reports the government says the question will help enforce the voting rights act many democratic lawmakers are skeptical of that reasoning and they're worried that this question will discourage non citizens from participating in the upcoming national headcount that's why they went to question the acting director of the justice department civil rights division john gore he was invited to testify last week at a hearing but he didn't show up and now he has agreed to attend a foul appearing with the house oversight committee i'm dave mattingly in washington and i'm dave freeman in san francisco on kiki we at five forty three coming up on morning edition in a few moments us wine exports to greater china which includes taiwan were two hundred ten million dollars up ten percent last year and four hundred fifty percent in the past decade but chinese tariffs have fifteen percent put into place after trump put tariffs on steel imports are threatening the export market the export market growth the story on american wine and much more ahead you run an american company you use imported steel and aluminum yellen we had ships on the water with material so we are paying the tariffs but as far as going forward we're kind of in a pause i'm kai ryssdal yes please we would like an exemption trade of a global nature next time on marketplace the financial story of the day in the week on marketplace today at four pm on k q public radio i'm judy woodruff on the next news hour ahead.
Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census
"In arizona's history as tens of thousands of education's marched on the state capital for npr news i'm casey coon in phoenix later today president trump welcomes the nation's teachers of the year to the white house for a reception a coroner's investigation into the shooting death of stefan clark in sacramento says an independent autopsy provided to clark's family has significant errors clark was killed by police while holding a cell phone and standing in his grandmother's backyard bob moffitt of capital public radio reports from sacramento sacramento county pathologist determined more than half of the entry wounds were to the side or front of clark's body in the majority were not to his back dr bennett amal who had claimed sacramento police sergeant vans chandler says the department doesn't typically release coroner's reports we know how significant this incident is in our community and we are committed to of being transparent the autopsy also found seven bullet wounds not aid as a mall claimed community activists berry axiom says the outcome is the same what do we shot twenty seven times eight times you should've got shot the toxicology report shows clark had alcohol codeine hydrocare donen xanax in his system officers shot clark after responding to reports vandalism for npr news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento you're listening to npr news from washington a large group of migrants continues to wait and tijuana mexico at the us border they wrote north through mexico in a caravan intending to seek asylum they say they're fleeing political and gang violence in their central american countries they have infuriated president trump who has tweeted angrily about them the state of colorado in three cities are joining one of the lawsuits trying to remove a citizenship questioned from the twenty twenty senses npr's hansie lo wong reports the census bureau is currently facing four separate lawsuits over the controversial question the largest lawsuit against the citizenship question is led by new york state besides colorado it now includes pittsburgh columbus ohio and central falls island where the government is currently conducting a test run of the two thousand twenty cents is this citizenship question was added to the census form by commerce secretary wilbur ross he oversees the census and approved requests for the question from the justice department which says a needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act but critics say asking about citizenship could discourage noncitizens from participating in.
Northeast hit with its fourth snowstorm in 3 weeks
"In now federal agents are combing through his home in austin suburb looking for clues to what his motive might have been meantime prosecutors announced they had filed charges against him in federal court last night connor was charged with one count of unlawful possession and transfer of a destructive device the details of the charges remain sealed the thirties are still concerned that he may have planted more bombs in the day leading up to his death there still urging people in the austin area to be on the lookout for suspicious packages or bags and to call nine one one if they see something for npr news i'm matt largely in austin law swath of the north eastern us maybe getting upwards of a foot of snow from yet another nor'easter to pummel the region in three weeks and just like previous storms this one is bringing much of the region to a standstill disrupting transportation keeping students at home npr's hansie lo wong has the latest forget nor'easter on social media folks round the northeast or calling the fourth winter storm to hit the region in less than a month a four easter it's worth the closing of hundreds of schools including those in your city the country's largest public school system near governor andrew cuomo says stay home if you can don't be fooled don't look out your window today and say well it doesn't look so bad it's going to get worse as the day goes on if you don't have to travel please don't be on the roads the national weather service's forecasting wet heavy snow in the new york city area with wind gusts to forty miles per hour and the threat of widespread power outages ozzy long npr news new york before the close the dow is down forty five points this is npr news from news i'm paul land core the last person allowed to leave the room at the pathway home in yacht ville before a gunman took hostages and killed three people twelve days ago was devereaux smith a fundraiser for the.