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Fresh update on "haven" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:14 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "haven" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"To Bloomberg daybreak. 6 O 7 on Wall Street 37° in Central Park still got that closure westbound cross Bronx Jerome avenue to the deegan. Michael Barr is here with what else is going on in New York and around the world, Michael. Thank you very much, Nathan. The NYPD made a big bus stopping a counterfeit goods operation. Police seized over $10 million in knockoff merchandise from vendors on canal street. During a news conference officials said authorities had gotten several complaints and Lower Manhattan about the fake purses, sneakers and other items being sold on the streets. NYPD chief of patrol Jeffrey madre spoke to ABC 7. Sidewalks were blocked. There was property everywhere merchandise everywhere. And this really impacts local businesses in a negative manner, chief madre says 17 people were arrested in three truckloads of counterfeit items received. 5 New Haven, Connecticut police officers were charged yesterday in a June incident that left a 36 year old man paralyzed. Prosecutors say Randy Cox was handcuffed to not wearing a seat belt when he flew head first into the back of a police transport van when the driver suddenly stopped. New Haven mayor, Justin elliker. In the city of New Haven is committed to accountability for all individuals involved in this tragic incident. Many are elika's says the officers were charged with reckless endangerment and cruelty. Meanwhile Cox's family has filed a $100 million civil suit against the officers and the city. A Senate bill protecting same sex marriage cleared another procedural hurdle last night. An amendment to the respect for marriage act would ensure it does not infringe on religious rights and protections, passage of the legislation is expected today. Former vice president Mike Pence said Donald Trump showed poor judgment for dining last week at his Mar-a-Lago resort with rapper yeh and well-known white nationalist Nick Fuentes, Pence says his former boss should denounce their hateful rhetoric without qualification. President Trump was wrong to give a white nationalist an anti semite and a Holocaust denier, a seat at the table. And I think he should apologize. Pence spoke to news nation. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. Neither. Okay, Michael, thanks

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Fresh update on "haven" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:41 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "haven" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Talking about protecting the rights of same sex married couples. If the bill passes, it will go back to the house, which already approved a similar measure, then on to the president's desk. As protests grow in China over president Xi Jinping zero COVID policy, universities are now sending students home to try to prevent more demonstrations. Some COVID restrictions were eased yesterday. Criminal charges have been filed against 5 Connecticut police officers involved in an incident that left a man paralyzed from the chest down, New Haven's chief of police, Carl Jacobson. You can make mistakes, but you can't treat people poorly, period. You can not treat people the way mister Cox was treated. The officers arrested Randy Cox, who's black for alleged criminal possession of a firearm. He was injured while he was being transported in a police van with no seat belts. The charges against Cox were later dropped. Travelers could be hit with more delays in cancellations because of bad weather headed to Denver Minneapolis and parts of the south today. Meteorologist Mike bettis at the weather channel. The storm's midday through the afternoon through the evening, a nighttime threat in many locations, those storms raced in their way eastbound, so even in the early hours of Wednesday, affecting morning commuters in places like Atlanta, so everyone needs to be heads up. There were more than 4900 airline delays more than 100 cancellations into and out of the U.S. yesterday. Hot lava is still spilling over Hawaii's mauna loa volcano, the governor David ige says it's not threatening any populated areas on the big island. Lava flows are not threaded in any downslope communities at this time. And all indications are that the eruption will remain in the northeast rift zone. Both the S&P futures and Dow futures are up 9, this is CBS News. Hiring is personal, but don't do it alone with indeed end to end hiring solution. You can attract interview and hire candidates all from one place, visit D dot com slash credit. With

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Fresh update on "haven" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:10 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "haven" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Which is one of Twitter's top advertisers, must says Apple has cut its Twitter advertising and threatened to block the social network from its App Store, Kurt Wagner has more from our Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco. The App Store is probably the main way or one of the main ways that most of its users get the app get app updates. So for example, I believe the app would still work on my phone, but in order to get an updated version, I have an iPhone, I might have to figure out a way to download that from the web. It's the kind of thing that's going to erode over time and causes a lot of people to either stop using Twitter or possibly have to move to a different device. And so that's a huge issue and one of the reasons I tweeted that I think Twitter needs apple a lot more than apple needs Twitter here. And that's because Apple has the distribution that it's at its fingertips. Building very technology reporter Kurt Wagner says Elon Musk is firing back at Apple asking whether it hates free speech. And futures this morning higher S&P futures up about 7 points. Dow futures their little change. NASDAQ futures up 38. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg. I think Sharon, it's 5 O 7 on Wall Street 37° in Central Park, westbound cross Bronx expressway is closed at Jerome avenue. I'll tell you why in traffic shortly first Michael Barr is here with what else is going on in New York and around the world. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. The NYPD made a big bust stopping a counterfeit goods operation. Police seized over $10 million in knock off merchandise from vendors on canal street. During a news conference officials said authorities had gotten several complaints in Lower Manhattan about the fake purses, sneakers and other items being sold on the streets in my PD chief of patrol, Jeffrey madre, spoke to ABC 7. Sidewalks were blocked. There was property everywhere, merchandise everywhere, and this really impacts local businesses in a negative manner, chief madre says 17 people were arrested and three truckloads of counterfeit items were seized. 5 New Haven, Connecticut police officers were charged yesterday in a June incident that left a 36 year old man paralyzed, prosecutors say Randy Cox was handcuffed and not wearing a seat belt when he flew head first into the back of a police transport van when the driver suddenly stopped. New Haven mayor Justin elegar. In the city of New Haven is committed to accountability for all individuals involved in this tragic incident. Mayor elika says the officers were charged with reckless endangerment and cruelty, meanwhile Cox's family has filed a $100 million civil suit against the officers and the city. A Senate bill protecting the same sex marriage cleared another procedural hurdle last night, and amendment to respect for marriage act would ensure it does not infringe on religious rights and protections, passage of the legislation is expected to die. Former vice president Mike Pence said Donald Trump showed poor judgment for dining last week at his Mar-a-Lago resort with rapper yeh and well-known white nationalist Nick Fuentes. Penn says his former boss should denounce their hateful rhetoric without qualification. President Trump was wrong

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"haven" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

04:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"haven" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Organization, brough haven, offering animal care to those in need dealing with crisis situations that without help might cost them the relationship with their cherished beloved pets. Marissa I'd like to welcome you to the show. Hi, thank you. I'm so excited to be here. So I can hear the dogs in the background, which is totally fine because that's where you are. You're at the facility. So it's good to write it right at work. But I'm going to ignore those dogs barking and I'm going to ask you the question. How did you become passionate about cats? Well, as you can tell, I started working with animals and we started as dogs are us. And we were only taking in dogs, then we got into the nonprofit realm, and we learned that not everybody has dogs. And we had to learn really quick me and the cofounders had to learn really quick how to take care of cats. So we brought in some sort of cat experts to build us a great community cat room, and I instantly fell in love with them. I was allergic as a child and not allowed to have a cat. And now I have two. So I can see how well that went. Excellent. So tell me about rough haven. Tell me about how it got started. What was the desire? What was that initial spark that first aha moment that said, I want to create this program? So kind of the area where I'm at is a transient area. There's lots of, it's by the freeway, lots of people coming through. And just because I was here, people would stop in and ask for help. And the original person I helped, when I was not a nonprofit, was a guy that was trying to get out of the escorting business and just needed to kind of go into hiding, but she didn't have her two. She had two dogs. And she couldn't take them with her.

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Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty in theft of $1.2M in COVID-19 aid

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty in theft of $1.2M in COVID-19 aid

"Charges in connection with the theft of more than $1.2 million in federal coronavirus relief funds when he was an aide to the city council of West Haven Connecticut and a democratic state representative He'll have to pay the city back and could face over four years in prison according to sentencing guidelines prosecutors and Hartford say he conspired to defraud the city using bogus invoices for coronavirus related services that were never performed and used some of the money for gambling at the mohegan sun casino His wife and a business partner also pled guilty and a fourth person accused in the case awaits trial and audit released in April indicated that about 80% of the city's virus relief expenditures should not have been allowed and in May the governor approved a recommendation to place the city's finances under greater oversight I'm Jennifer King

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The Ups and Downs of Stacey Abrams' Political Career

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:36 min | Last month

The Ups and Downs of Stacey Abrams' Political Career

"Not just President Biden. I mean, down here in Georgia in the Georgia governor's race, Stacey Abrams, who I'll listen to an interview recently that she did on NPR. In which she made some pretty one very enlightening statement, she said that something that I've been saying about her for now for a while is that she's not the 2018 Stacey Abrams. She's not new anymore. And that lightning in a bottle that I've spoken of here on the podcast and other places is not happening. She at least admits that. And I think that's, you know, it's an interesting self examination of a candidate who's saying, look, I'm out here giving basically the same message, but it's not resonating as well. And part of that reason is is because people know me. And it's not new anymore. So that is more. But one of the things that I've known about Stacey Abrams is she has been a very articulate spokesman for policies, whether I agreed with him or disagreed with him. She's always gave well reason thought out answers. Until recently, when it seems like the fight to the left in this governor's race for her to try and beat Brian Kemp, has taken her to areas that just frankly, you know, again is amazing. I mean, she's made comments such as, you know, I don't know when a pregnancy actually begins and dealing with abortion. I mean, okay. You know, if you want to just go to the scientific statement of this is when the sperm meets the egg. I mean, what else are we talking about here? I mean, if you can't scientifically prove this, studies, Abrams is making these comments and it's just not playing out. In very real terms to others. I mean, again, attacking the ultrasound and the sound that comes from a heartbeat. I mean, again, a lot of issues here. And then allowing her campaign okay, here's where it is when the truth is, simply said, because Georgia has the heartbeat bill, just 6 week bill roughly. 6 weeks, most abortions in the state of Georgia are illegal after 6 weeks. She has an and running right now with a former prominent district attorney down here that say as an Ian's, the ad with, if you want to stop this legislation, if you want to stop this bill, then you have to vote to elect Stacey Abrams. Now, in the NPR interview that she did as well, she actually said that she would make Georgia a safe haven a place where abortion rights would be nurtured if you would. In that regard, what I have a problem with is that is that she has no power unto her own to undo the law that has already been passed. Now,

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Big Is Not Always Bad With Robert Bork, Jr.

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Big Is Not Always Bad With Robert Bork, Jr.

"Especially in the last few years the prevailing idea around this is, is that if it's big that it is bad. I think that's become the understanding and I hear this all the time from members of how you heard it from members of Congress, heard it from members of the media that would say simply because something is big. And let's just say name your company from Amazon to Exxon, whatever it's bad and it inherently causes problems in the marketplace. What's your dad's book and what's your foundation is actually looking at though is going back to that true understanding is does this protect the consumer and is there in it by being big? Is there an excerpt exhortation or something or forcing of these bigger companies to keep people out of the marketplace or to extort an unordered problem in the marketplace? Right. Why do you think that builds, I mean, it's easy to understand why the quote big is bad thing. How do we overcome that though because the reality of most Americans Americans is is that they use these companies. I mean, they enjoy going to Walmart. You know, it's an interesting sort of bipolar kind of concept here. Well, you remind me of my grandmother, my father's mother, late Elizabeth bork, who I remember saying when we were living in New Haven, Connecticut, when he was teaching at Yale law school, and she was grumbling about the corner grocery store, the orange street market. And why they didn't have a lot of things. And the prices were high. And so she was starting to go to the supermarket. This is probably in the 60s, 70s. And. That was, that was an example of how big made her life better, but she was grumbling about the small being so instead of preserving small, companies found big box stores found ways to Walmart is a perfect example. Walmart has achieved so much for the consumer. I mean, I think I saw a number estimated $260 billion in savings to consumers over $2300 per household

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The Vilification of Successful Black Men With Dr. Ben Carson

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 2 months ago

The Vilification of Successful Black Men With Dr. Ben Carson

"Of speaking with justice clarence Thomas at some point earlier this year and it's just an amazing thing to hear how he bought in to the angry black man ideology until he woke up to the truth and we just see the astonishing accomplishments that he has made just a hero and yet he like you is mostly vilified in the mainstream media and by the Democratic Party as somehow getting it wrong. I mean, it's just fascinating to me that you could be one of the greatest surgeons in the world. You could be in the cabinet of the president of the United States. You could be a Supreme Court Justice. It's just amazing that the two of you, for example, who have been such a so dramatically successful, would be vilified. What do you think is behind that? Who is behind that? Well, you know, I grew up in Detroit, a very liberal place. And Boston a very liberal place. Went to New Haven, a very little place, and then Ann Arbor, very liberal place, and in Baltimore, very little place. So I was a very liberal individual. Until I did something that the liberal has never supposed to do. I listened to a conservative, I listened to Ronald Reagan. And I said, this guy sounds just like my mother. He's saying exactly the same stuff the same philosophy. And I started really examining my belief system. I was noticing that so many of the patients that I was seeing at each Baltimore. Were dependent on the government. They were perfectly able bodied people. I said, this is wrong. And there is a system that is absolutely deleterious to the aspirations of these people. And that's really when I started making a significant change. Once the media for whom I was a darling discovered that I had made that change and now I was a conservative has evil. He's an evil person. He's a terrible, terrible person. Because they don't want the narrative of self reliance out there.

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 Arizona judge to hear state request to enforce abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Arizona judge to hear state request to enforce abortion ban

"A judge has reinstated North Carolina's 20 week abortion ban I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A federal judge has ruled that abortions are no longer legal after 20 weeks of pregnancy in North Carolina U.S. district judge William osteen reinstated the abortion ban saying that the June U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning roe V wade erased the legal foundation for his 2019 ruling That placed an injunction on a 1973 state law The ruling erodes a protections in one of the south's few remaining safe havens for reproductive freedom His decision does not align with the recommendations of all the named parties in the 2019 case

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Biden hopes al-Qaida strike brings comfort to 9/11 victims

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Biden hopes al-Qaida strike brings comfort to 9/11 victims

"President Biden says a weekend drone strike in Afghanistan killed Al-Qaeda's leader in his words delivering justice to a key 9 11 planner Aim and all zawari was Osama bin Laden's top deputy and took over Al-Qaeda in 2011 after navy seals killed bin Laden in Pakistan 11 years later this terrorist leader is no more The president says U.S. intelligence tracked all zawari to Kabul where he was hiding with his family sources say a CIA strike killed him there Sunday He will never again never again Allow Afghanistan to become a terrorist safe haven because he is gone and we're going to make sure that nothing else happens The president says he hopes also Ari's killing brings one more closure to families of 9 11 victims Sagar Meghani Washington

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Disney Used to Be a Safe Haven for Families...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Disney Used to Be a Safe Haven for Families...

"My goodness, look at Disney. I grew up watching Disney films. Disney made billions of dollars being a safe haven for families. Disney was always the safe choice where moms and dads could be making dinner, turn on a Disney film and you don't have to be policing everything that's on TV because you know that they were good values and morals and clean content there. Disney has taken a sharp turn from a safe haven for families to now put forward content that is so reprehensible, where they are saying that 50% of their characters by the end of this calendar year are going to be gay bisexual or transgender and that almost every single one of their movies is going to have a gay kissing scene for 5, 6 and 7 year olds to see. They are now saying that, and then they come out against the Florida voting law, which is like the most boring law ever, by the way, saying that parents should know what their children are being taught and that sex education has no place for a four or 5 or 6 year old. Nowhere in that law didn't say don't say gay. Yeah, they made it up. It's a complete fabrication. And so then Disney comes in and says, this is one of the worst acts against trans people ever. It was just a lie. It's a complete and total fabrication. Well, Disney stock is down 25% in the last 60 days, which gives me great comfort.

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Report: Uber lobbied, used 'stealth' tech to block scrutiny

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Report: Uber lobbied, used 'stealth' tech to block scrutiny

"A new report shows Uber lobbied and used stealth tech practices to block scrutiny As Uber aggressively pushed into world markets the ride sharing service lobbied political leaders to relax labor and taxi laws used a kill switch to thwart regulators and law enforcement channeled money through Bermuda and other tax havens and considered portraying violence against its drivers as a way to gain public sympathy That's according to a report from the international consortium of investigative journalists which scoured internal Uber texts emails invoices and other documents looking into the company In a written statement Uber acknowledged mistakes in the past and said the CEO hired in 2017 had been tasked with transforming every aspect of how Uber operates and that 90% of current employees joined after that I'm Julie Walker

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Highland Park shooting scene reopened

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Highland Park shooting scene reopened

"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider

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Memphis Progressives Feud With President Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Memphis Progressives Feud With President Trump

"I mean, they're complaining about everything. You had the progressive city council in Memphis, and they said, no security for Donald Trump. We're not going to be providing any police, and you know what that's okay. I think Memphis police would have done a great job, but they weren't even asked to. The south haven police department. They kick butt. I mean, they had it all, I mean, it was pretty impressive. The security setup they had. But the city council said we don't want him here. They said, we would provide, as a matter of fact, I called him out on it. Some guy named JB smiley, but he's always got a frown on this. I'm about to say it's not a very fitting name. And some guy named martavius, what's his face? Nobody cares about his last name. He's a loser. So anyway, you got these two black city council, guys. And they're bashing Trump saying we don't want to provide him security. And so I called him out, grace baker, on social media. And I said, well, okay, fine. What about Obama? Well, of course we would provide security for Obama. If Obama came to town. I'd say so it's about race. All right, I just want to make sure we're all on the record there. I'm pretty sure it was all crickets after that.

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President Trump Alludes to Running for Office at Weekend Rallies

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | 5 months ago

President Trump Alludes to Running for Office at Weekend Rallies

"Trump came to the mid south and just had a great time. I was so proud of our audience, Kwan, the mighty 9 90, and many of you came by to say hello, hundreds, hundreds of our listeners came by. It was a sold out crowd, by the way. I was talking to the organizers. The local media in Memphis, there are a bunch of woke leftists, and they were talking about how, oh, they're hardly any people here, and they were taking photos of the empty seats. Well, yeah, because it was early in the morning. But by the time Trump showed up, the plants, the place was packed to the rafters, and it was a great, great event. And I am curious because the president on Friday was in Nashville, speaking at the road to the majority conference, which by the way, I had a chance to speak at was great crowd there, met a lot of our a lot of our listeners in Nashville. And really all across America at that rally, and I'll get to that. Again, it's a busy weekend, folks. But anyway, a Trump at that rally in Nashville and then Trump again in south haven, Mississippi. Told people hinted very strongly that he's going to be running for reelection. And the crowd went nuts. And I was very impressed with the enthusiasm of the people in that auditorium in that arena in south haven, Mississippi. Because to the person they all want this, they all went Donald Trump to run again. I mean, it's almost as if he is already running for The White House.

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Trump's Truth Central Ban Users for Jan. 6 Posts

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Trump's Truth Central Ban Users for Jan. 6 Posts

"And then tweet central. Yes. Is now suspending people's accounts that were posting about the January 60s hearing, which I find amusing since the word truth is in its title. It's supposed to be a free speech home. Yeah, haven for free speech. But in terms of service are similar to twitters in the sense that they can just cut you off whenever they want. And they will. And they will it's the truth. From the dare post the truth about what happened on January 6th, 2020. I mean, haven't forbid Trump see something that blows a hole in his fantasy world that he's created for himself.

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Jersey freezing Abramovich-linked assets

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Jersey freezing Abramovich-linked assets

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Please Support International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Please Support International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

"And in the final week of that campaign, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us, came to our network, and they said, we have an opportunity to bring planes of supplies, fly them into Ukraine, and when we empty the plains, we can get Ukrainian refugees out of Ukraine. And we can take them to the safe haven of Israel. Now, we've never done back to back like this before, and I will share with you I was very skeptical and worried. I get it. I understand people getting mad at me and you say, oh, Mike, you fundraised a lot. You know, a lot of years ago, my late wife, once said to me, hey Gallagher, with that big mouth in that platform you've got, why don't you take your show and do some good for people? And so Gallagher's heroes, the fallen officer fund was born. It's just an opportunity to do some good for other people, whether it's the families of fallen police officers, starving children, the children of prisoners, like we do a campaign every Christmas time through prison fellowship and boy, are they doing incredible work? They've got these academies I can't wait to tell you about. Anyway, when the international fellowship of and I know about this organization, I've seen Yale eckstein on TV. She's a force of nature. This is a wonderful organization and they were really anxious to get the word out and they knew they could do it here. And I said, all right, I mean, I want to help the people of Ukraine badly. How can I turn down being the catalyst to have kind loving listeners from all over the country donate to the campaign to get Ukrainians out of Ukraine and into Israel,

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Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

"Talk to us about the technicalities I understand there's been some redistricting in Tennessee. Has that hurt you? What is the reality? When I see these maps, this gerrymandering, it looks like insanity with crayons talk to us about the situation in Tennessee. So redistricting in my race actually is a major major help to us because it was a Democrat see for over a hundred years and now because of the growth of Tennessee and the growth of middle Tennessee specifically, which has been largely in exodus of conservatives from other states. It became a very conservative seat now. So it went from a plus 17 Democrat seat to now I think 5 38 has that a plus 16 Republican seat. And so definitely to our advantage now and has been a really great thing. And I think it speaks to the fact that Tennessee like Florida has become sort of a safe haven for conservatives to flee these blue states and defined a place to live with their values and among their people because you know I actually had a conversation with this about somebody the other day and it was what is a Tennessee and I said, well, certainly not just being born here. It's about what you want. It's about your values, what you believe in. Do you truly stand behind freedom or not? And you could look at somebody like Jim Cooper, our previous representative who's retiring, who's just an awful Democrat. And you could say, oh, so, you know, he's Tennessee, but the truth is, he doesn't actually stand for Tennessee values. And I do. So I may have been here a shorter period of time, but I'm actually in touch with the people here.

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NATO Won’t Establish No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine

The Trish Regan Show

01:15 min | 9 months ago

NATO Won’t Establish No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine

"Now back to the political situation at hand with all of this going on. I mean, we're not willing right now to enforce the airspace situation. And NATO made that call and we're not going to differ in any way from that. But it just tells you, you know, Ukraine is really, really out there on its own. And we don't want to be in a situation in the future where we ever feel, not that we would. I mean, we're still the United States of America, but you get some big players there. You get China. Which will soon rival us in terms of the overall size of its economy. You've got Russia. I still believe that the U.S. is the safe haven in the world, and we can talk about investing in a second because it is U.S. treasuries. It is gold. It is the U.S. dollar. It is still U.S. equities that people want to be in in a time like this. Nonetheless, nonetheless, look, the United States of America long-term is increasingly in a vulnerable position and not just long-term. I mean, I would argue even in the short term, given what we are seeing. It's one of the reasons why we really need to be very, very focused. And if Joe Biden knew what was good for him, if he knew, he actually would be smarter about this in the here and now in terms of establishing the right alliances for our western hemisphere to help protect the U.S. going forward.

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Justice Dept. signals it may allow safe injection sites

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Justice Dept. signals it may allow safe injection sites

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"haven" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:20 min | 10 months ago

"haven" Discussed on Short Wave

"This message comes from NPR sponsor, aspiration. Now you can help combat climate change with aspiration zero, the credit card that rewards you for going carbon neutral for a limited time, get a $300 bonus when you open an account and spend $3000 in the first 90 days. Terms and conditions apply, visit aspiration dot com slash credit for more information. The aspiration zero Mastercard is issued by beneficial state bank member FDIC, pursuant to license by Mastercard international incorporated. Okay, now let's stop for a moment and just orient people here. They're still a lot of biomedical research on primates, right? Just not chimps. Exactly. So there are tens of thousands of research monkeys in the U.S. like rhesus macaques. Think about monkeys with tails. There are a lot fewer chimpanzees in this country, like only 1300 altogether. And a lot of those chimps live in zoos or former pets. And so in terms of what kind of medical research was done with chimps in the past, I mean, over the years it was all kinds of things, like research on a hepatitis vaccine, developing a vaccine for that virus or research on prions. Those are those proteins that cause mad cow disease. Chimps were used to show that they could cause an infectious brain disease. But animal welfare advocates argued that chimps should get special, ethical consideration, because they are so biologically closely related to people. And a decade ago in 2011, an independent assessment done for the NIH concluded that most biomedical research being done on chimps wasn't scientifically necessary. You know, there were other options. Okay, so the NIH agreed with that and they decided to stop. Yeah, they put restrictions in place and slowed things down and eventually ended this kind of work with chimps altogether in 2015. Okay, so when the NIH decided that it still had these kind of hundreds of chimps living at research facilities, right? And the plan was to move them to chimp haven. So, you know, they started work on that. The trouble was, there wasn't enough room at the sanctuary. So chimp haven had to expand its grounds to let it take on more and more chimps, which has been doing. And then there was this other problem. It turns out that a lot of NIH owned chimps are elderly and medically frail. Oh wow, okay. I mean, how old can a chimp get? The oldest chimps at chimp haven right now are like 61, 62. They were collected in the wild from Africa. Wow, so okay, chimp haven really is a kind of chimp retirement community then. Because it sounds like they can live almost as long as people. And they get the same kinds of diseases, right? I mean, that's why they were used in biomedical research. They can get heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, arthritis. And the concern is, will the stress of moving to an entirely new home with new people and new champs affect chronically ill animals in a way that could harm them and potentially shorten their lives? I talked with James Anderson. He's an NIH official who's been managing chimp retirement. The transfer process can be quite dangerous, not just the physical stress and anesthesia, putting the animal on the truck, but also the social readjustment of entering a new community. The neck can go on for months after arriving at the sanctuary. He says there's some chimps around 75 with health problems that make it unwise to move them. So does that mean they'll just stay in the research facilities like no research will be done, but they'll live out their lives there? Yeah, just like they've been for the last 7 years or so. And the NIH says these places are the chimps familiar homes. Were there well taken care of the caretakers there have known them in many cases for decades. They're social programs for them. So we got an idea of what chimp haven is like, but what are these research facilities like? Have you been to any? Yeah, I have. I've also seen pictures. I mean, one I visited had some enclosures that were similar to some of the enclosures I saw at chimp haven, frankly. I mean, you know, they typically have access to the outdoors, climbing equipment, but generally speaking, the environments are less naturalistic and the social groups are smaller. So maybe just chimps living in a pair, like Huey and pancake. And meanwhile, at chimp haven, you know, there's these forests, little forests that are surrounded by moats, and you might see 20 chimps wandering around together in the trees. Is that close to how chimps might actually live together in the wild? Like, how many would you actually see in the wild together? They can be in big groups, you know, as many as a hundred or more. I mean, just like with people, the social world is really important to chimps. And so in research facilities, you have some NIH chimps like Huey and pancake that have lived together for years and years, and have become devoted to each other. Anderson says, that can make things difficult. We have some cases where there's a frail old chimp, which is not going to move. But it's socially bonded to an animal that could probably move. He says there are 9 chimps like that that seem healthy enough to probably go to chimp haven. But they have to stay where they are for now because they have to be a companion to their sticker buddy. Until the frail one passes. And they will reconsider, okay, can they move now? But that could take potentially years, right? And maybe by the time that happens, maybe that companion chimp is elderly or is sick itself. Right. And you know, some people are just really not buying this idea that dozens and dozens of chimps are too sick to be moved. Oh, really? Yeah, some animal welfare groups have sued the NIH. One of them is the humane society of the United States. Kathleen Conley is their vice president for animal research. And she says, if you look at the medical summaries of chimps that have been deemed too fragile to go to the sanctuary, a lot of them will say, well, we're concerned that there'll be a sudden heart attack if the chimps are moved. Chimpanzees are notorious for cardiac problems anyway, so you could be completely healthy chimpanzee at 16 years old and die from heart attack quite frankly. So you know, to that's not a reason to keep them sitting in the labs. She says it's possible chimps health could improve at chimp haven. Champagne just has the expertise to provide that higher level of welfare. And you know, in addition to the welfare of the chimps, is the cost. She points out that supporting a championship chimp haven is significantly less expensive for the NIH. Why is that? Because chimp haven is required to raise some of its own funding. So there, it costs the NIH like $26 a day to support one animal. While meanwhile, at one research facility, it costs $97 a day. And at another facility, it's like a $124 a day. So it's more. Okay, so doing the math a $100 a day. That's like $36,000 a year. Yeah, that's per animal. But you know, their care is complicated. Chimps can be big, strong animals, and they need a lot of intellectual stimulation and social interaction and if they're older and sick, they need medical management, too. When I was at chimp haven, you know, they had pharmacies, kitchens, closets, full of toys, a laundry for the chimps blankets. You know, there's basically a staff of 50 or so that's just like chimp servants who do nothing but feed them and clean up after them and entertain them and give them medicine, et cetera. So what will happen next in this kind of whole controversy over the left behind NIH chimps. You said there was a lawsuit. Yeah, over a few dozen chimps at a primate facility in New Mexico. That lawsuit was filed last year and will be litigated in the months ahead. And in the meantime, things have sort of slowed down just a bit at chimp haven, Amy foltz told me that since 2017, they've brought in an average of 36 NIH chimps a year. And now that Huey and pancake have arrived, that's the last of the currently eligible NIH chimps. It's sort of a new phase. I would say for chimp heaven where we've been very focused on retiring NIH chimpanzees over the past few years. And now we have an opportunity to sort of look forward to some.

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"haven" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"haven" Discussed on Short Wave

"You're listening to shortwave. From NPR. If you go to northern Louisiana, you might hear some unusual sounds echoing over the pine forest. This is chimp haven, the largest chimpanzee sanctuary in the world. I'm Lauren summer. Science correspondent with NPR. And while I have not been to chimp haven, NPR is nel Greenville Boyce, has, hey now. Hey there. Okay, so tell me about chimp haven. How many chimps are living there? They have 330 chimps. Oh wow, okay. And how did all these chimps end up in Louisiana? Where are they from? Mostly research institutions, so chimp haven is the official sanctuary for former research chimps, owned or supported by the national Institutes of health, and a couple of NIH chimps arrived recently that are actually really special. Their names are pancake, a female, and hughie, a male, they're both in their 30s. Hi. Oh, it's so glad you're here with your baby now. Oh hi. That's Amy folds speaking a little chimp there. She's a cofounder of chimp haven and she knew pancake and Huey in the 1990s when this idea of a chimp sanctuary was just a dream, and she was working at the research center in Texas where the two chimps have been living until now. We've all aged obviously in different ways. Both pancake and I have put on a little bit of weight. And Huey's way more devoted to pancake than I recall. Very attached to her, but that makes sense after 20 years of them being together. Okay, that's quite a reunion if she hasn't seen these chimps in what two decades. That's right, yeah. So chimp haven sent me the audio of her feeding them carrots and cucumbers in this little reunion. Aw. What a good boy. So for now, Huey and pancake are in this building called the welcoming center. It's kind of this separate space to let them get acclimated. There's open neighbors. Neighbors are getting their breakfast this morning, too. It sounds like. And if all goes well, pancake and dewy will eventually get integrated into a social group. They already know some chimps at chimp haven. I mean, you even has a son there. Oh, wow. Okay, so if there are hundreds of chimps at chimp haven, what's special about these two chimps? They're special because of what their arrival means for the entire process of retiring government owned and managed research chimps. In 2015, the NIH ended invasive biomedical research on its hundreds of chimps, and it's been gradually moving them to chimp haven. With Huey and pancakes arrival, all of the NIH chimps that are currently eligible to be at this retirement sanctuary are actually there. Okay, currently eligible. That sounds like there might be more chimps still out there, maybe in research facilities that are not eligible. Yeah, the NIH has.

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William Federer Shares the Story of Yale's 8th President Timothy Dwight

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 10 months ago

William Federer Shares the Story of Yale's 8th President Timothy Dwight

"Tell us if you would the story of Timothy Dwight. Right. So the setting is we have a revolution and then France has a revolution. And our revolution was preceded by a great awakening revival. France's revolution was preceded by Voltaire, who mocked Christianity and had a very skeptical viewpoint and undermined morals. And so as a result, the French Revolution became very bloody. And so Timothy Dwight was the president of Yale during this time, and he wrote comments on the difference between our revolution and the French Revolution. In my post on Timothy, why did I go through a little history? Yale, it was founded in 1701. There were ten congregational ministers who sort of felt like Harvard was getting to religious and stodgy. They actually used a term called old lights versus the new lights. And the old life were the religiously strict orthodox, the guys that had their positions and they looked down upon emotional preachers like George whitfield and so forth. The university was originally called the Connecticut collegiate school at killingworth milford, but then they moved to 1716 to New Haven, Connecticut. So the college group, as a result of reverend Jeremiah drummer and he defended the colonial charters against overreaching British Parliament. So the Chargers were given, then you'd have different kings that would want to take away the old charter and consolidated and he would defend them. He secured 700 books for the college's library and solicited donations from many individuals, including the English playwright, Richard Steele, the scientist, Sir Isaac Newton, and he also got contributions from a merchant named elihu

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"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Well, there probably are some ways. I mean, I'll tell you how it works right now and how we've grown our community thus far. We have a lot more growth that we want to accomplish to your point about getting people who've never maybe never even interacted with monero, right? Or don't even know anything about privacy as an issue in crypto. Our community was built from people that are super intense about their privacy. And care a lot about it are willing to take the extra steps, put a premium on protecting their addresses and their balances and all their transactions. And we've built up a really strong, incredible community over the last year or two, doing that, right? So we have thousands of people in our Discord and we've got, you know, thus far over the last few weeks, a 100 million in volume in ex USD that's been exchanged on chain through haven vaults. So we view that as a really good start because we've got this base layer of privacy enthusiasts. Some of which overlap with the monaro community who are the innovators and the privacy side, but to your point, the reason we created haven was we want to make it an option for everybody to make privacy easier. And that's sort of our next step of how do we, how do we do that? And there's lots of options. I think the biggest option for us is getting ex USD and some of our private assets. We have private gold private silver. We have a Bitcoin synthetic expl, which is essentially a private version of Bitcoin. We want to push those out. We want to make them certainly available on more centralized exchanges. We want to make them available on Dex like Thor chain, which we're working with right now. And then there's some other ideas about in theory rap. Haven on Ethereum and make it available as an ERC 20 as an Ethereum token that it could allow somebody to go in and out of the haven ecosystem really easily. We haven't done that. We haven't really decided on that as a community, but there's some options out there. And we're sort of thinking about all of them right now, because we think we have a really strong foundation with our community of privacy enthusiasts, but we really want it to be something a lot bigger than that. That's our long-term goals to be something that is accessible and usable by anybody that wants to interact with crypto. And has an inkling about caring about privacy. You know, I was thinking, Joel, and we had recently had a conversation with railgun and how they're doing some privacy stuff on it. I wonder if there's some way for haven to connect up with railgun somehow to be able to interact within the ecosystem because to get mass adoption on some on something, it seems like there's got to be some interoperability, right? There's got to be some connectivity for people because people are especially in crypto. It takes a while for people to even get to the point where they understand meta mask, where they can understand eth and then they're actually pretty sophisticated if they can add binance smart chain to their meta mask. And now we're adding a whole new layer on that..

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"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Welcome to bed crypto. Hey guys, thanks for having me on. Really appreciate it. Absolutely. You know, as I read a hawk, I want to say, I want to read it as awk. I like it. You go with whatever works. I was just called an a hole recently, which is. There you go. That works too. That's not anything new though, is it? I think it was by Joel Joel actually. It probably wants me. I think that was the last time I was calling asshole. It was by you. Perfect. That's good. You're welcome. I've got another one for you after the show if you're like. All right. So I want to be clear, you are not a developer. Correct. You can't code your way out of a paper bag, much like me. I can pretend I can pretend to develop and I will fail if I try. So I am not. So how long have you been with haven team and what is it that you do? Sure. So haven's been around since 2018, I really joined the team in 2019 when the community sort of took over the project from the first round of developers that through their hands up and gave up and walked away. So my role is really helping the actual developers, the smart guys on our team with some of our testing and deployment and planning for the project. And then really helping our community figure out what we're doing. And how we grow and.

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"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Many in the crypto world or big fans of privacy coins, many are also fans of stablecoins. But if you're a fan of both, it's difficult to find solutions that accommodate both privacy and stability until now. We've discovered haven protocol, which claims to be the world's only network of private, stable assets. Today we're joined by a hawk, a haven community member to discuss all things stablecoins and privacy. Do we really need this solution and how do they intend to gain adoption? Private eyes are watching you. They see your every move unless you're on a privacy chain. So get back on the chain gang and oh with us for episode number 576 of the bad crypto podcast. Who's there? Greetings friends and welcome to the bedroom. I guess the most curious in the crypto serious sometimes we throw in references to classic songs, Travis, did you pick up on the two songs that I referenced in the teaser there? I wasn't even listening. Document.

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"haven" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

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"haven" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"This is it. I as a lay person as a non lawyer What what are the odds that these are just more fodder for Attempts to overturn roe. Does that make sense like make sense. And that is the playbook that is the play. Yeah i mean you're spot on this has been in the making for the last forty years These types of restrictions that we've seen we've seen continuing on in on an on knowing that conservative. legislators into twits. Legislators this was the play that they were doing. so let's create out of nowhere. These crazy ideas about how restrict access and chip away in the meantime when we know. Were probably gonna lose if we can get people in office right if we can get people at office that have the power to stack the court eventually. We're going to get there so kudos to them. They saw belong. They've been planned the long game. Ray some of us who've been working on abortion access For so long probably should have been talked a little more. Mindful of the long game is clearly clearly these cultural right wingers. I mean that's just the best term. I can come up with right now. I mean we've we've realized for years that they really had their eye on the long game. Like you're saying you know by winning the legislator legislatures by winning certainly during the trump administration and mitch mcconnell didn't pass any legislation at but he. You know approve. He got numerous lifetime judges in place on the federal bench. So should we be concerned. Yes and i feel like we're concerned fifteen years ago right now. Now it's at a point where we have really got to get it together and we ask those that are fighting for social work. Those that are fighting for what we believe is world that we deserve. It is time to mobilize. I mean it's pastime to mobilize. It is time to demand actions. And i think we do that by really not taking you know what is it. Not taking a player. Their playbook any means because it's really hard for me to say. Let's look at the way the anti it follow along how to do that. Something side and we will not let me do that. Let's be bolder and more innovative. One of the things. Is you know we talk about this. You know roe v wade being done. We know that roe v. wade's been undone for lots of communities for a long time. Abortion access has been out of reach because how expensive it is because of where it is so one of the things that we talk about is. If roy v wade is overturned is simply says that not the abortions are illegal it will say that the state has a right to determine if abortions will be performed in their state so we see what other states are doing such illinois such as a virginia new york california. They're really Priming and in there and codifying access to abortion within either the constitution or within their legislation. Talk so right so state laws and so what we know. Is that the states that have been determined safe. Havens are will be places where people will still go. And so when i talked about earlier that like our work associated. Jay won't stop because we will simply find ways that if oklahomans suited abortion that we will help fund their way to new mexico colorado or even kansas. Kansas is really interesting State argan our neighboring state because it seems very conservative. Even though they recently elected a democratic governor they have a democratic congressional member a few years back their state supreme court even as conservative as feels found that there was a right to an abortion in their state constitution. We would hope that oklahoma. Our oklahoma state supreme court would find something similar for not holding our breath for that and i think the the work doesn't stop even regardless of how this mississippi case in and if it does god forbid in with the overtraining whoa our work becomes more array like our fight becomes even more meaningful in what we do know. Is that the best thing that can happen is that we have a federal government that will codify rose through the women's health act We saw that passed. You know in I believe in the in the in house and we really need the federal or federal court. We need willing to the federal government to step up in this area where they can in rightfully should you know. I'm not a lawyer though. I play one. Sometimes but is the the texas wall you know which basically you know unleashes bounty hunters could not become sort of a template for other states to say what you may think you can go to a safe haven like california or virginia but if we get window you know you you can be prosecuted of course and i say like it's not our fetched years ago again showing my age in this. We had an immigration bill called eighteen. Four which was rate Related a very dissertation topic. Every that was like transport teen undocumented votes was a was a very small part so the transportation and those you know those folks that are transporting could be prosecuted or could be whatever a believed that was removed or something about the.

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"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us. Seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out we become used to the thought that they would always be there for us such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness fewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hearts calms down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain. Image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take our frustrations without any consequences. They get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubt still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher and they learn best through the experience of others. because are everyone's pillar. No one is. There's when they crumble. They do so hard. Everyone's surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You won't only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..

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"haven" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Indigenous land. It's nearly complete. But protests against the pipeline continue environmental activists and some northern minnesota gibb way bands argue the pipelines. New route opens up new parts of the state to oil spills reporter. Kirsty marrone has been covering the story for minnesota public radio and joins us now. What is the latest on pipeline construction. Chrissy how close is it to completion. Well it's really close and bridge says they're nearly done building the pipeline the three hundred and forty miles across northern minnesota the pipeline could be in service within the next month or so and opponents of the project. Evidently they're still out there. and how are they responding. Well they're not giving up. There's actually a rally today. At the minnesota state capitol indigenous leaders and other environmental groups are calling on president biden. Minnesota governor tim walls to intervene in this project. But that's looking pretty unlikely at this point but they say they're not gonna give up even after. Construction is complete. Yesterday i talked to dan goodwin. She's a member of the whiter nation of jeb way. And she's also co-founder of the resilient indigenous sisters engaging or the rise coalition gamay finish their pipes in the ground. But there's no oil flowing yet. And they said that about the keystone excel to but that was beaten. So i wanted to ask you about that kersee. Because when president biden took office one of his first moves was to cancel the keystone excel pipeline project which line three from bridge starts in alberta candidate. Sending oil south to us refineries environmentalists and indigenous groups have been trying to pressure biden to renounce this enbridge project as well which he has not done. What is different about these two projects keystone excel and the bridge line. Three well as you know. Keystone was an effort to build a new pipeline. It stalled under the obama administration but then president trump revived it by issuing a presidential permit to tc energy and on his first an office. President biden signed an executive order cancelling that permit so line. Three opponents were energized by that decision and they'd hoped for the same kind of result but landry's a different project and argues that this is a replacement to an existing pipeline. It does follow a new route across northern minnesota. But it's gone through a more traditional approval. Process are very lengthy. One that took seven. Years doesn't end bridge kind of have a point here. Isn't there a greater risk of an oil spill if the company were to simply continue doing fixes and maintenance on the old pipeline. That was the question that state regulators here in minnesota really wrestled with and bridge says that the pipeline was built back in the nineteen sixties in. It's corroding they say. It needs extensive maintenance. It's been running at reduced capacity. And they say the new pipeline will be built with stronger steel and will use more modern construction methods but opponents of the project argue that this is actually just an effort by enbridge to increase its capacity to transport oil and bridge as you said makes the argument that a new pipeline will be safer than constant fixes to the pipeline but generally what has been in bridges defense at the pipeline is not safe or the call to just get off oil. Well argues that as long as there is a demand for oil that oil to be transported somehow and without this'd pipeline replacement that oil will have to be transported in some other method and not likely would be truck or rail which they argue would be less safe. There's also the question of the impact. Climate change opponents of line three have argued that by building this pipeline were sort of locking in our fossil fuel use many years into the future and they would prefer to see more efforts towards cleaner energy instead but bridge argues that the pipeline itself does not emit much greenhouse gases and these other sources of transporting oil also have climate change impacts well if this pipeline reaches completion as. It looks like it's going to at this point what's going to be the legacy from these protests Looking into possible future pipeline projects. I think that's really the question that i have going forward I am trying to talk to some of the opponents to see you know what they're thinking about now. What they're telling me as that they do not plan to give up this fight. They plan to continue it in the future. I think here in minnesota. It's likely to be tougher in the future to get approval to build a new pipeline. We've seen this long battle here. In minnesota it's divided many people in many groups. I know here in minnesota. We're looking at incorporating the impact to climate change in states environmental review process so projects. Like this we'll get more scrutiny. Future reported kirsty. Marrone covers central minnesota for minnesota public radio. Thank you very much for this kirsty. Thanks for having me. In the last week and a half more than eighty two thousand people have been airlifted out of afghanistan. That's according to the us officials. Most of them have not yet arrived at their final destination in east africa. The government of uganda says it's welcoming afghans in transit today. Fifty one evacuees from afghanistan arrived in uganda from the capital kampala. The world's halima get condie. Has our story. The streets here are buzzing about afghanistan last week. Government officials surprised ugandans by saying the country will be taking people in peter on ula.

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"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out. We've become used to the thought that they would always be there for us. Such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion they become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness viewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hearts commerce down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain. Image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take in our frustrations without any consequences they get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubts still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher they learn best through the experience of others. Because are everyone's pillar. No one is there's when they crumble. They do so hard. Everyone's surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..

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"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out. We've become used to the thought that they would always be there for us. Such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness viewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hearts calms down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain. Image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take in our frustrations without any consequences. They get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubts still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher and they learn best through the experience of others. because are everyone's pillar. No one is. There's when they crumble. They do so hard everyone surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..

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"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us. Seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out we become used to the thought that they would always be there for us such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness fewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hearts calms down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain. Image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take our frustrations without any consequences. They get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubt still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher and they learn best through the experience of others. because are everyone's pillar. No one is. There's when they crumble. They do so hard. Everyone's surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You won't only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..

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"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us. Seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out we become used to the thought that they would always be there for us such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness fewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hearts calms down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain. Image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take our frustrations without any consequences. They get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubt still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher and they learn best through the experience of others. because are everyone's pillar. No one is. There's when they crumble. They do so hard. Everyone's surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You won't only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..

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"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Video of it is insane. Like attention to detail set on that soar. I'm like holy crap that must mind-blowing blowing there you know. And that's how a live show should be. It should be just like you should go there and just come out just just mentally described up. Yep definitely definitely got one more question. I for that. I'll get on with the rest of your day which is should be all right. I'm so what your what your hobbies away from music. So when you're not doing well haven when you think and if you have of like musical side projects that what you of to sort of separate from if you need and now i'm maybe i'm a little bland to our web takes like i. I have a million hobbies. That i've grown up doing like i think During the highest. I race motorcycles like motocross and speedway big over in europe. We have at your american racing speedway for awhile and motorcross and then i served I'm trying to the ocean mentally and what's going to be a hippie surfer the rest of my life. That's my goal I play a lot of golf swim. I do some laps every day. Keystone shape. great exercise Today i mean i got. I got two dogs that i walked miles every day but has time But yeah i just like more extreme sports motocross and and Surfing and stuff like that and So yeah i mean. That's i mean my hobbies. Take a lot of my time and so i'm not. We'll have a full on into those things and that takes a lot of my time so but i'm not doing music. I'm still okay. You know. I'm still not like tripping out my you know gone what are we done. I need to play now. Music i mean williams is just another hobby for us and so i just kind of ads my list of stuff. I love to do so. It's not so much my bread and butter I love music. I love playing music at group in it and but it's not like not my total adrenaline journal rationale. I get it from other places so Tons of hobbies and alum all just as much a play music so i get. I feel pretty blessed that i have that much passion for stuff in life. You know it's kept me happy healthy and That phil blast man until west be able to to have loved for a lot of different things. No no i'm not. I'm great at him. But now i'm very much the same. I've got like a hundred and one of my hobbies. Like when i'm not like say is my main musical outlet these days but now i'm looking at my cubs right. Now they're right. There apply fight awesome. I've got my dog out for walks and stuff and the kids. In a lot of and i i get involved like nerdy stuff like that. Miniature painting War gaming type stuff and keita. Life knows passion man. To wade's remain. Happy life was like you find passion and just go for go. Have fun with it. You know don't don't think you're gonna be a mask I've been surfing. I still can't master. You know ten waves. And i can't jump the gravies jobs. Madeira bike that. I'm having signed and like yeah. I'm having to class you know so it's like find a passion and just like go with it and have fun with it and you'll be happy for a long time you know..

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"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Kind of suck to the last two we're going to do. We're gonna play the same day as death zones so it had been a cool like you know reunion of like us stone back over there with them and have a that again so that'd be cool but yeah for didn't happen. Yeah how how did like osteopath from the download cancellation stuff. How did this like Situation hit you especially in where you're in california right breakfast. Bit some bumps over from the states news wise got friends who live used to live over on the east coast for a while as well. I just sort of like how. How is this time been fi. Like generally i mean away from the band as well halted progress with the album and various live shows. But you know about life around you and stuff His name is weird. I mean two thousand nineteen probably a really fun year for us. As far as a touring like we toured all over again oliver. You anson in europe and stuff and actually the last show we play was download and madrid. Spain that was the last show he played in. Then we came home and we started like just taking some time off. And and then i started writing some stuff at home and then all of it hit and And but we had already planned for download uk but then you know we thought actually still might happen at the beginning and then they said eventually came down the pipe that we weren't there wasn't going to happen so that's whenever they start getting kind of weird shutting down and initially it. Was you know our governor just kept saying oh it's going to be two weeks and been occur in the curve. We'll just hang out stayed home. It's all good. No no worries and then he just kept dragging on longer and longer and so for me like i just sat at home and i kind of was finishing up writing the new record which was nice some time to do that. And then just kind of hanging out and then by guys like they. Let's just record striker because robson not gonna play any shows in. We're not doing thanks. Let's just go in and do this the studio and do you know why not and so we just went to studio and the kind of went in from two time like a week and then take a month off go back into another week this more stuff so i take it home and work on stuff and there's actually was asked but the nice and kind of fun and there's no pressure name got no timelines so It was it was actually not bad. I mean besides all the politics craziness in the world and yeah all that stuff but Outside of that it didn't bother me too much now..

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"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"haven" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Today's show is jeff from the legendary band will haven. There are one of my all time. Favorite bands discovered many years ago We go and sat in the cost of my whole discovery thing and i've actually interviewed jeff before many many years ago for my Fanzine when i was younger did an email interview that he was kind enough to answer the questions and everything which was really cool and it's kind of a sack waiting on that front but we take a break for a few weeks just to give you a heads up on that front. There's going to be any releases probably for the next three to four weeks. Go lock in on outside of all this money to sort of let a few things rest for a bit by. We'll be back. don't worry. I am lining up interviews as we as i speak. Even our few request for a few people are won't backed by just needs to drop something for a while and this is going to be the one thing that is kind of guy by the way sorry for a bit but sometimes it's nice to take a break and come back something a fresh on that front and speaking of that video components this podcast as well is up on my youtube channel as the loss of couple of months worth at all my poker software but all the video ones from this year up there as well so please go back if you wanted to see my face. Whatever reason Anyone else's oh if you wanna re Listen twentieth centuries go to my youtube channel Tap subscribe as well. That would be helpful. And yeah let me watching. Share it and stuff like that all that kind of good stuff Power from that Be well for the next couple of weeks. Like i said. I'm not going to be in your is for the next month or cyber. Yeah be well stay safe and hopefully other sort of this actually not not going to jinx. I'm gonna say it but enjoy this. Podcast this is jeff from will haven enjoy.

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