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Third horse dies in three-day run at Santa Anita
"Another horse has died at Santa Anita Park in what's being called a tragic accident to get all of it collided with another horse of the training track and was injured so severely it had to be euthanized the other horse receive some cuts and bruises but was otherwise okay as with the jockeys it was the third death and his many days at the track and racing board spokesman Mike Martin says it was a training accident so racing would continue or sign legislation that would allow or treasury board to move racing to another location there who was the necessary to do something unsafe about a particular race track but there's certainly no indication that this had anything to do with the racing surface the others do budget has over a million dollars in it for about twelve more positions for vets and safety Stewart heather Wilson led a group of about twenty protesters at the track I'm deeply saddened I mean another horse killed here this morning according to the two horses were destroyed on Friday and Saturday on the track
Mysterious Air Force Space Plane Spent 719 Days in Orbit Breaking Records
"Vehicle one on manned space planes been in orbit over seven hundred and seventeen days in the Air Force times reports that's a new record but what they and no one else is reporting is what the space plane is it shrouded in secrecy we do know the Air Force says the craft is designed to perform space technology experiments on things like navigation and control we also know that former Air Force secretary heather Wilson said the X. thirty seven B. can modify its orbit and that frustrates adversaries she said she knows quote that drives them nuts Jill NATO
U.S. Air Force again halts deliveries of Boeing KC-46 tanker aircraft
"Air force halting delivery of Boeing refueling plane over debris found on board. So for the second time in two months, therefore stopped accepting deliveries of the Boeing, Casey, forty six tanker refueling aircraft after debris was found in the plane's coming off the production line. You have the air force secretary Heather Wilson, telling congress we actually stopped again. The acceptance of the KC forty six. Forty-six rather because the foreign debris that we found some of the compartments. So this is a quality control failure. It's not design. It's not engineering. It's quality control. Mean remember last month air force stopped deliveries on in February sometime after trash in tools or Fahd were found on board planes. Somebody is laying down on the job and Boeing boy. Boeing doesn't want anything to do with anymore controversies is they're immersed in the jumbo jets. And the fact that they're they've got people that have backed away from ordering them. And I think you have Jerry public. Meaning people who want nothing to do with that who see what's happened in. They see. On the on the news, and they hear about the southwest plane that has a turn around with the pilots and that does not make anybody comfortable at all. In fact, in causes them mostly to to squirm. So we have a couple of battles brewing. We've got Boeing in in trouble with a couple of different in a couple of different areas that don't endear them to frankly anyone and you wonder about that stock. You wonder if it's going to drop like a rock, or is or are they going to straighten out, the the, you know? The the max situation the jumbo jet situation because that's number one and get those get those jets delivered or you're going to be more stoppage in that area. And I'm going to say, I think I think it could drag on. I don't think that this is an easy fix. It doesn't it doesn't feel that way to me. Essay has the clear it, I think there is a little bit of a wedge that's growing, and I would be crossing my fingers that would be doing the rain dance be doing frankly, and he superstitious thing anybody can think of to. To to change the. You know, the state of where it's headed. I guess is the best way to say that.
"heather wilson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That was supposed to have been launched last week that liftoff had to be delayed because of concerns about the rockets and the weather air force secretary. Heather Wilson says the next generation GPS satellite is three times more accurate than the previous versions and eight times better the anti-jamming Lockheed Martin developed, the advance GPS technology and is building the satellite to the facility near Denver blogging reporting. Slack says it mistakenly deactivated accounts for some of its users of its work focused messaging service as it implemented a system update to comply with US economic sanctions and trade embargoes in a blog post on its website Friday slack said it had inadvertently deactivated a number of accounts, adding that access have been restored to most. It did not say how many users were affected. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. Security is high in Barcelona following a US warning of the risk of a terror attack during the Christmas and New Year's holidays posted online and sent to US citizens in Spain's second largest city recommends exercising. Heightened caution around buses and public transport in LA sambas area. Downtown put a beloved by tourists and residents was targeted last year during an attack claimed by slamming state militants that killed fourteen. People Spain's interior ministry said the level anti terror alert in the country remain, the second highest level unchanged since two thousand and fifteen. I'm serious shaklee. Israel's attorney general says an upcoming election campaign will have no effect on when he decides to file.
SpaceX launches Air Force's most powerful GPS satellite ever built
"Hear that often anymore. Five four three two one. Spacex has launched the US air force's most powerful GPS satellite ever built a falcon nine rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral. Florida today. Hoisting the satellite into orbit. Heather wilson. Secretary of the air force says this next generation GPS satellite is three times more accurate than previous versions and eight times better at anti-jamming. Nami believed
How much would it cost to create a military Space Force?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Mozilla makers of the brand new fire FOX monitor a free service to help you stay safe from hackers. You'll get a full report if you have compromised accounts and notifications if you appear in new data breaches take care at monitor fire, FOX dot com. How much would it cost to create a military space force from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Molly would. President Trump has said repeatedly that he wants a space force congress denied the request for a new branch of the military in the latest funding Bill, but some have started pricing it out including the center for strategic and international studies. Todd Harrison is director of the aerospace security project there. He broke it down into three models a space corps within the air force a space force light. Or a space force heavy all of which would mostly use existing military resources, but would require an additional one and a half to two point seven billion dollars over five years Harrison says his estimate is based on the idea that a lot of the work is just moving people around all of those things that we do today for national security space that authority right now is fragmented across the military. What a space force would do is actually combine those into one organization and one unified chain of command. That's in charge of space. So you're estimates are much lower than what say air force secretary. Heather Wilson laid out earlier this year. She said space force would cost about thirteen billion dollars extra over five years. What accounts for that difference? What when the air force put out there estimate. It's actually the cost estimate for space force and a new combatant command for space United States space. Command included in that thirteen billion dollars is a billion dollars to build a new headquarters building for space command something that arguably is not needed, and it's not related to the space force at all. So the air force through in a lot of extra things that aren't actually related to the space force to get to that thirteen billion dollar numbers. So that's really the big difference. But as space Twitter was very quick to point out. There were some things that you left out as well. Like transition time new satellites new missions new uniform says people seem to be very happy to discuss. Yes. So you could build on the cost of new unify. Terms. I I will take that. I did not include that in terms of new satellites. Oh, will sure that's a different question though than creating space force. If you want to expand what we're doing in space. Absolutely. That will cost more. That is a separate question though. From how we organize within the military force base. How real is any of this? I mean, how likely are we to see space force in any capacity anytime soon, you know, I think it's a coin toss right now because you know, the president is adamant and pushing for this. But there have been some members of congress who well before the president got onto this issue. There is a bipartisan effort in the House Armed Services committee now that the house has flipped control the democratic leadership is sounding much more skeptical of this. And I think in part of that it's politics is this has become branded as Trump space force. So that's gonna make it harder for many Democrats to get behind it and supported even though they may have supported in the past Todd Harrison at. Center for strategic and international studies. His estimate is one of several out there for what a space force might cost. We'll only know for sure if congress gets on board, I'm Kimberly Adams, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible.
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"Are you most likely to listen to and one of your or your all time favorite movie? Okay. So the music it's always country, western if there's something on, you know, Lone Star is a lot of different ones. But and or the the soundtrack for Hamilton that has played for long three hour drives. So those are those are not infrequent answers campbellton and country music, whenever we have a country music mentioned. I do this thing where I say contemporary or not so contemporary, and for me, I'm not a very big contemporary country music fan. I'm not a huge old country music fan. But I do like Johnny cash do like Merle haggard. I do like George Jones. Yep. Do like a Hank Williams, Hank Williams junior. So where do you fall on that content? I'm probably more traditional, but I you know, I think the some of that he thinks some of the great lyrics country west or size one of my favorites. Thank god. For unanswered prayers. No doubt about that. Influential book in your life, different ones at different points. Or course, obviously the bible is one, but for for a blackberry winter that biography of Margaret Mead when I was in my twenties. It was it was a kind of a woman who had done really unconventional things west with the night by Merrill, Markham. She was a pilot who grew up in Africa in Kenya. With her dad just probably biography, sometimes say, those two book titles again, I wanna make sure my audience catches, those they both sound fascinating blackberry winter which is about Margaret me and west with the night by Beryl Markham fantastic. I always love the answers. We get about books and one day when this show becomes really big. We're going to have an entire anthology devoted to music, and literature and movies, but especially literature because we've gotten so many unbelievable books mentioned across the spectrum of our audience and those two we haven't heard before and they sound both fascinating. One of your all time, a one of your favorite or your all time favorite movie a lot of different movies. So so maybe ordinary people whose up probably pretty amazing heavy and then then motion. All his eyes. You know, the other one fun to one's a course. Apollo thirteen. Probably sure. And then I'm trying I'm blanking on the name. But it was one of the best movies in the last couple of years. The one about the women at Natia who were the a Hidden Figures Hidden Figures. Fantastic, great great story. True story. Great movie. Yup. Ordinary people is fascinating. That's a heavy movie. That is not fun to watch give our audience who doesn't who may not know some sense of what that movies kind of about. It's about the guilt of survivors. Yes. And the the things that it does to families and Mary Tyler Moore places an incredible character and anyone who remembers her from her television show completely different completely different and mesmerizing because of that. And so she is unable to cope with the fact that the son who survived was not the favourite son and her marriage dissolves after and so it's a it's an accident. That happens in the the favored son dies, and the younger son is dealing with his guilt of having survived. Right. And she can't deal with it. And fortunately, the father could deal with it and manages to find a way to move on. Yeah. It's a Nevada movie. It's a tough movie to watch. It is about deep emotional resonant issues, and Mary Tyler Moore is absolutely sensational that movie, but it is not one of those Larquie like, oh, you don't walk out, singing and a half. Now. It's kind of a dirt kind of funereal, and it's. Would be rolling. So let me take you out of politics out of your heavyweight job, which is air force secretary. And for our audience, describe a a great Saturday in New Mexico for you in New Mexico. We'd probably go we'd go hiking in the Hamer's or this time of year, you know, the they just finished balloon fiesta. So we would have gotten up early at like five in the morning. We live our houses about a mile away from the balloon park..
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"Thank you for being early adopters CBS enters you get to see it all in one five segment extravaganza. Aren't you lucky? Heather Wilson air force secretary is our special guest when you were in congress. She represented to Mexico, I district of New Mexico. I know where that is. But not everyone in my audience does tell it when we're the first district of New Mexico. It's Albuquerque in some of their ranching county outside of Albuquerque, kind of an ugly place, isn't it? It's gorgeous. I read seriously New Mexico's one of my favorite places in America. So is there Zona I grew up in San Diego. So the west is kind of my while it was my backyard in my youth that hasn't been for my professional career. But it doesn't make it any less beautiful than it always has been. It's just gorgeous you back on this job. Let you get back to New Mexico very often not enough. I like to be in the mountain west that's kind of my that's kind of where I feel most home. So we'll get. The three threshold questions we ask everyone. But I want to ask you a little bit about your life in politics. You were in the house that district was a hotly contested district. I don't need to tell you that lots of close races. You withstood two thousand six not very many, not all Republicans did then you try to run for the Senate didn't work out. What's the difference between a house in a Senate campaign, and do you have any regrets that though Senate campaigns did not work out for you? Well, the Senate Senate campaign is much more nationalized often and and less about local issues and because it's about geography within the state. It becomes you become a proxy for other national issues national owing in New Mexico. Probably not as different because there are only three congressional districts in New Mexico and some ways, you know, I I never liked to to lose an election. I'm but doors closed and windows open. I became a college president after after I ran unsuccessfully for the Senate. And it was the best job. I've ever had in my life being a college president absolutely love. At South Dakota school, the best engineering school. You've never heard of South Dakota school minds. I saw that on your biography. What what is what what's what's what's so good about that play? Well, ninety eight percent placement rate at an average starting salary above Harvard Yale Princeton average starting salary of over sixty three thousand dollars a year. So and out of state tuition at the time, I was there tuition room board fees, everything all in of about twenty one thousand the name sort of describes his, but let me understand what are the students study. They're all engineering and science so mechanical electrical, computer, science, biology chemistry physics, mathematics, metallurgical, engineering all engineers. There you go engineers at the future the attention to what she just said. All right. Adam secretary, I do love saying that we have three threshold questions in our takeout. Take a special the pretty good questions. How do I know that because our audience loves the answer? So that means they're decent questions and the answers are so much better. So in no particular order means whatever order you want one of the most the most. Financial book in your life. You're on a long flight or a long drive what kind of music artist or genre..
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"Yeah. The the the hangars were badly damaged the buildings badly damaged hundred fifty five knot winds. I and and there's at some point there's things buildings just can't withstand. Fortunately, the aircraft were not as damaged as we originally feared we're gonna start to fly some of the remainder out of their craft that we're talking about we have we have twenty twos. There. We have something called an M YouTube, which is a twin engine airplane. We do training. We have t thirty eight we use for training. We have F16.'s and Q F sixteens which are drone F16.'s F16.'s. We use his targets. So so most of the aircraft were flown out the ones that were left behind were were in for maintenance. And the teams weren't able to get them fixed enough to fly out before they had to evacuate. You're gonna take a review of this. It's called after action report in your circles meeting the military circles. I wonder if what a one of the things to think about is in this era where storm seemed to either intensify or maybe move from something not threatening to threatening more rapidly is something that everyone in your world is going to have to think about in the future in any place at coastal any installation, that's coastal. I think that's part of it. And we're looking at how do we do weather forecasting and weather modeling near force has been doing a lot of work on atmosphere. Ick scientists since the nineteen twenties, and we do all of the weather forecasting for all of the services. The question is all right. Is there are there things that we need to improve the way that we predict whether the way we report whether and the way we do research on whether when which we do in collaboration with with Noah the national for atmospheric and oceanic administration. So we'll take a look at that. And then some of the decisions that are made on. All right. How do we do our maintenance and in we need to do it cyclically aircraft there that were completely stripped down for maintenance of their coatings? So you take all the panels. Off. And and should we schedule that differently right by definition on flyable? Right. Why is the thirty five as expensive as it is? And is it at its current price tag worth thirty five is a game changer, and it'd be Isreaeli the Israeli air chief was talking to Dave Goldfine our air chief just recently any he saw the Israelis have the f thirty five and he said to said something I thought was really insightful. He said, we're not integrating the f thirty five into the Israeli air force. We're integrating the Israeli air force into the f thirty five what are its capabilities that change games? It is a fusion machine. So it's a thing. It's almost a supercomputer surrounded by stealth aircraft. So it can pull in data from all over from space from air ground see cyber and it becomes a quarterback not just a platform. So it's it's ability to connect and share information so rapidly that the adversary can't react. And so it is really game changing aircraine, though, the the f thirty five a price point has come down pretty significantly. So it's now the per. Price of an F thirty five as is similar to its fourth generation aircraft. Come on that purchase prices..
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"When you talk about operations help when you say twenty seven years helped my audience understand what that means in some mentioned, some things that they would be familiar with it upon you mentioned it when you talk about squadrons being operation, they are. They are forward in Afghanistan and in Iraq. In two thousand thirteen when they reduce the size of the service, and then in two thousand fourteen ISIS declared the caliph it in Iraq and Syria and the United States Air Force searched the fight which air force has always done. It's it's there's an attitude in the service of we got this. We can do this and lean forward and get the job done at the same time. The size of the force was coming down. And and at some point you have to say Washington doesn't got this. And we need to do the analysis that says what is really required not today. But looking forward to twenty twenty five twenty thirty what should the air force? What you the air force being the chief, and I were asked that testimony in March, and then and then the congress directed that. We do analysis that looks forward to twenty twenty five twenty thirty to say, what is the air force we need to implement the national new mention, keyword tempo. And mileage understand what that means tempo. Means deployments. Places of deployment one deployment is not the same as another true requirements are different surging requires people to stand up machinery to be rate to be ready and to be kept ready. That's maintenance, logistics. That's personnel. All of those things it is are required with each and every deployment. And when you have several going on at once, you're stressing the system helped my understand those stressors. Sure, let me give you an example. So as of two thousand sixteen we were four thousand maintainers short from what we needed so an aircraft breaks on the flight line. And you don't have somebody trained in there to be able to repair it. You may not have second shift maintenance, if you send a squadron forward into the Pacific into wall from Ellsworth air force base. They they may take because they're going forward. They take most of the maintainers with them, which means the jets that stay behind have even fewer maintain or so four thousand maintainers short as of today because of the increase in funding that we receive from. The congress and support from the president. We are only four hundred maintainers short. And by December this year, we will be back to even so so we will now they'll be very young. And then it's about training and seasoning knows maintainers to make sure that they they have the skills. They need to be craftsman at their work. I was sitting around a face the nation panel year ago when David Martin who you very well know national security court correspondent extraordinaire, CBS news mentioned an anecdote when you first became air force secretary and were briefed on readiness. And he said you looked at it said, well, this can't possibly be accurate at that. They had the columns were we can't be this ill prepared this ill fitted for our readiness mission. And you get the right now. And you should know that it's the right number exp-. Explain that level of surprise. And what you thought was when I was a young officer in Europe during the Cold War. We had to be ready for the at that time the Soviet Union to come. Across the full the gap at anytime. And so we had very high levels readiness. But we weren't taking parts of those units sending them halfway around the world to fight against violent extremism. And then bring them back and expect them to still be ready for for a conflict in Europe. So as we do now exactly so what happens is is units become less ready for all of their operations. And and that's really what's happened over time. So so job one for the air force is to restore the readiness valley of the force even things like munitions when we were fighting against ISIS, destroying their their declared caliph, it we were using hundred fifty or so precision munitions a day to destroy destroy ISIS. We were not buying munitions fast enough to replace those. We were using..
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"Hugging. The cheeseburger combination. Please chips. Yeah. Madam secretary love saying that boiler saying that the you've got a special at soup and grilled cheese sandwich. Yeah. Excellent. Thank you. So let's talk about the space force. We've had a couple of guests on this program. A gym Breitenstein NASA administrator, Neil degrasse Tyson world renowned astrophysicist. That's probably a fascinating. I highly encourage you to go back and listen to it. That's that's forty five minutes of some of the most interesting accessible conversation about the universal ever. Enjoy gosh. So I'm gonna play for you sound bite from your boss secretary defense Jim Mattis. This is August thirteenth twenty eighteen topic space force Ellie. That's number one. Please I was not against at number space. But I was against rushing do that before we defined the problem. So we have had a wad of work to finding the problem do ten twenty years future Marta, we wanna be. All right. That's the Defense Secretary talking in general about the space force, Jim Brian Stein. The administrator Neil degrasse Tyson of said, there's an issue that has to be reckoned with space is a hostile place their interest in equities. The United States has involved in our daily lives GPS, all sorts of other things. And yet I wanna read something to you. I'm sure you're familiar with this October fourth this month foreign policy. I'll read the lead paragraph to you US President Donald Trump is peeved with air force secretary Heather Wilson over her handling of his directive to stand up a separate space force in the US military, and he's considering ousting her after the midterm elections. Three sources with knowledge of the matter told foreign policy, can you respond? Well, when when the White House denied it. My husband was very disappointed. Okay. Hoping hoping he'd get you back. A life back to normal normal life. Yeah. Yeah. No. Let me talk about where we are on the space force. First of all I am completely aligned with the president. And he set out a very bold vision we have to do. And here's why here's the problem that that that secretary Mattis talked about that we're trying to address United States built a glass house in an era before the existence of stones. In other words in space. We we are the best in the world at space. We are and our adversaries. No it, and they are seeking to develop the capability to deny the use of space in crisis or war. So think about what that means what we do in space today. There is not a military mission that isn't enabled in some way by space. We have seventy seven satellites about little less than half of them are GPS. So though, the blue dot on your phone is provided courtesy of about forty year minute tree air force base in Colorado. The the time. Timing signal for the new York Stock Exchange comes from those satellites we do communications, we do weather. We do command and control so connecting the president added states to his forces in the field all over the globe. And we do missile warning. So on CBS news when they show that arch of a missile launch from North Korea landed in that comes from the air force, we gather intelligence, we gather intelligence, take pictures, listen, so all of those are really important missions. Until probably the last decade, or so we were not really worried about what other countries might do to either jam or knocked down our satellites in two thousand seven the Chinese launched a missile and destroyed on orbit one of its dead weather satellite Tyson engine Breitenstein both act that on this very program. So so the world has changed and we need to develop the capability, and deploy it the ability to defend what we have on orbit and to prevail in space. So that adversaries won't see to deny us the use of space in in crisis or war. That's why that's the problem. We're trying to do you have any reason to believe the president is peeved with you know. No, I was with them on Friday. Right. Are you peeved with him? No. Okay. What what counts for this representation that there's some distance between you and the president on space force. I have no idea. I mean, this is a foreign policy article. I wouldn't I I I wouldn't put our people trying to undermine you. I have no idea. I mean, this is not a game that I play. I my job is to try to make sure that the president's intent is carried out and to do it exceptionally..
"heather wilson" Discussed on The Takeout
"And it was courts was that experience. Like, there could not have been very many other women cadets at the air force academy. When you were there were there, very many. I was in the third class to include women. So the the seniors still was an all male class. When I arrived and about ten down to ten and fifteen percent of class where women so I graduated with about there were maybe, you know, eight or nine hundred graduates in my class about eighty of us women, right? And how was that experience for you overall? It was it was a great experience from Yemen it open doors for me that I never even knew were there. I I was the first person in my family to go to college, which was a really big deal. And and it was full rights scholarship. And it also it it was it was a continuous exercise of mine. The fact that women were there at the shore. Sure, there were people who didn't think that women should be there at the time women still were not allowed to fly combat aircraft. There was still a law in place that prohibited that until nineteen Ninety-one. So so did you wanted you perceive that as an extra burden or something you're expecting going in? I didn't really no one ever told me that. I couldn't do it. You know? So I grew up around people that just assume that you know, you could do anything you'd be anything you wanted to be. And so I never really encountered people who didn't think that I could do something until I got the academy. And then then you kind of look at them and think real what's wrong with you, man. Course, I can do this. And you were a very successful cadet graduated with honors Rhode scholarship after that. Yeah. Oxford. Yeah. That was wonderful. So I spent three years at Oxford. I got master's PHD there. And and a very different experience from the academy. He kademi was like drinking from a fire hydrant the being at Oxford was more like being welcomed into treasurer them, but you can only take away what you can carry. So you have to choose carefully. Interesting fantastic metaphor. That's a really good way of thinking about it. What did you take away? I took away. I spent a lot of time reading is the best library in the world at the time, the Bodley library at Oxford, and I spent hours and hours. So you went cross discipline. You branched out? I'm Jackie I studied more deeply international relations and international law. So the history of twentieth century, really and. The teaching of international relations is different in Europe. And in the United States in the United States. We think that politics is a science the in the UK, they don't pretend that we tell ourselves. So it's more of the study of history and law. And the norms of behavior among states, and then came to work for the well, I'll just jump to the national Security Council for President George Herbert Walker Bush. I did I serve as an air force officer in Europe during the Cold War after I finished at Oxford and had a great time doing that. And then and then left active duty, and and was going to go to law school was narrowly saved. I didn't go didn't end up going. Lawyers will appreciate well. I married a lawyer. So despite that, he's a nice guy. Burdens, and then then came to to work for the first President Bush Telerate's a little bit about what the national Security Council. Does what your role within? It was an interesting time to be on the national Security Council staff, of course, it was post Ron contras. So the staff was quite small, right? It was a general Scowcroft was the national security advisor, go Kroft. Yes. Outlets dairy name in Washington. Bob gates was the deputy national security adviser, the the people in my group at the time. So as defense policy and arms control, and I focused on European defense policy and arms control, which you know, that was the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall collapsed, the Warsaw Pact the conclusion of the conventional forces in Europe treaty to just a remarkable time, but genuine history was playing up before your very eyes. And I of course, you look back on that at the time you're just trying to figure out what their next right? But it was a it wasn't amazing time..
"heather wilson" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Not what i would say her strongest years of mental health and she married him and they had quite a courtship in the series chronicled the relationship from our courtship the engagement into the wedding remember they are well they got married someone's house they were the tracksuits all the bridesmaids with like the dazzled wedding party stuff on the back cotton's were great years a majority of the footage was originally shot for her own reality series to document the european leg of the onyx hotel tore in the spring of two thousand four but she fell and injured her left knee during the shooting of the music video for outrageous causing the remainder of the tour unserious to be cancelled so brittany and kevan chaotic was heavily criticised by critics they considered it to be career suicide for spears but i say like many of these people hindu reality shows it actually was so fascinating to people that it probably meaner career and bigger and i could tell you account i want to go back and watch all episodes he was really gross i think he's had 17 kids by now he may as well be a duggar but i don't know if they would accept him in fact that would be a great spinoff kevin fetterlein in the dog owners how he could do something together build houses sell cars i might be onto something this week's episode is fantastic i was able to track down tristar sutter with the help of heather wilson she was the on the season one of the bachelor with alex michelle you know remember alex the bachelor who never know on has ever heard from again we'll she was the runnerup thank god and then she went on to be the first bachelorette and she got married to ryan the firefighter can they're still mary they have two kids they live in colorado and i was so excited to talk to her to kind of get an inside look on what is not only just what it's like to be a bachelor but also our best right how do you unpack once you're engaged and then married the fact that you almost got.
"heather wilson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"At any cost all right yeah the does not want her next governor uh absolutely decimate state yeah bits it's going to be bad a specially i mean you look at the whole state with st pierce leaving his seat if the republicans fumble that likely did a a few years ago with with heather wilson seat men in all of our national representatives are democrat then we have a democrat uh as governor as well mrs as could be tough tax here yeah thanks for your call go ahead yeah that sets up that will be keeping a keen eye on of course here in 2018 till what's on your political wish list could it be i i vote for the wall to me that's might number one thing and um maybe some changes an immigration that we've been promised hopefully we can get those things done in 2018 to the look on your political wish list for 2018 jimmy kirk hang on a lie we'll get to your calls next also while the today show has hired matt lowers replace but i'll tell you about her in a minute this blizzard exempt traffic update with babajee how we got a couple of spots to look out for uh looks like with an accident this is it second in montagnier no um and i'm looking at the map and it looks like you've got a huge backup going north on on second west on montagna street i just got a call that says that they're seeing some slow downs southbound as well as eastbound delays either way that intersection of second amman taniu that's a tough place to be right now we also have a stalled vehicle moreton wyoming it's in the left turn lane going to men all heading west so expect some big delays there and you still have some accident cleanup northbound louisiana as you approach warm is this just in we have a new accident northbound i 25 just before you get to dr martin luther king junior avenue i don't have any specifics but i'm already seeing backup as early as gibson so expect some big delays coming in on northbound i 25 if you see an accident call the traffic tracker hotline.
"heather wilson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The reason chips having trouble is a we don't have money anymore we don't have money any more then he voted for an immense tax cuts apparently the obvious the the the answer is not obvious one piece of that immense tax cut his big give away to inheritors of large estates could be you under current law mira couple of the state pays no tax unless it's worth more than eleven million dollars so that's only a handful of his state's total around fifty five hundred period cases as state's nationally fifty five hundred period less than zero point two percent of the total number of deaths a year oh any tax at all the number of taxable as dates is also by the way well under the one thousand of a number of children covered by chip take away the money for children under the chair program don't authorized don't fund the cip programme or let wealthy individuals avoid the estate tax the death tax i remembered years ago number years ago maybe ten twelve years ago this came up in one of the big biggest biggest proponents of doing away with the death tax with heather wilson she would come on the radio all the time argued we gotta do away with the estate tax debt tax how many people in new mexico with that impact will we gutted just prevaricate off his gate lie about it over and over and over again like it's some big deal for a whole bunch of people it is not but health care for poor children is a big deal the problem is they're poor and their children thank you once again.
"heather wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Senators also touched on the national background check system and the holes that allowed air force veterans devon kelley to by the guns he used to kill twenty six people in a texas church last month yesterday a department of defense report found that while attention has been on the air force's failure to report criminal history to the background check database other branches of the military fared even worse air force secretary heather wilson acknowledged those lapses i think we need to have some means of enforcing this as you said accountability and discipline what would you suggest center one of the things that we have put in place is checks at different levels of command said that it is it is more likely that if there is a a failure to file a fingerprint card that the next level of command we'll be able to see it for the pbs newshour ram hari srinivasa receives and the other major story at the capitol today the mounting calls for senator al franken to step down amiss more allegations of sexual misconduct for that we're joined by leeson are down lisa welcome back so this story move so fast today we woke up this morning heard there was another allegation and through the day one democratic center after another saying he should step down that's right it was remarkable and this was led not just by any group of democratic senators but female democratic senators first kerstin jilin brand of new york posted on her facebook page a post it simply said i believe uh senator senator franken should step down after that we saw other female senators may hassen of new hampshire.
"heather wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Candidate from alabama is denying he pursued relationships with teenagers when he was in his thirties he called the report a desperate political attack it's morning edition from npr news the news current republican senators say if the allegations are true bore should end i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene it's our reach out to a writer who's been reflecting on women and their response to all these allegations against man is the writer puts it people are tired pretending like were not angry and a us diplomat who has been on the job thirty years tells us even he was stunned body knitting were hangar refugee camps in bangladesh it is friday november tagged celebrating actor tracy morgan turns forty nine years old they may from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly us air force secretary heather wilson is a thorough review to determine why the criminal record of the gunmen who killed twenty six people at a in texas who's never passed along to the fbi and pr david wellness says the information on devon kelley was not inclusive national crime database that could have prevented him from buying weapons legally secretary willson told reporters at the pentagon airforce inspector general is reviewing the case that the texas shooter she said a broader review is also underway we are doing this so that we find out what happened in this case and why and we are looking at databases to ensure that everything was reported correctly that we get to root causes when it isn't has not been reported correctly and fixing wilson was asked about a 1997 pentagon finding widespread failure even them to transmit service members criminal history i've been here for five months i have uh uh not aware of that report david wellman pierre news washington alabama republican senate candidate roy more is denying allegations of sexual misconduct with minors decades ago the accusations were published in the washington post republican leaders on capitol hill or calling on more to quit the race if the allegations are true more is seventy years old he's the gop candidate in a special election scheduled for december twelve to fill the senate seat vacated jeff sessions caffeine attorney general more is also alabama former chief justice he calls the allegations compe lately false one of the accusers says more initiated a sexual encounter with when he was thirty two and she was fourteen.
"heather wilson" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly us air force secretary heather wilson is promising a thorough review to determine why the criminal record of the gunmen who killed twenty six people at a church in texas who's never passed along to the fbi and p david wellness says the information on devon kelley was not included in a national crime database that could have prevented him from buying weapons legally secretary willson told reporters at the pentagon airforce inspector general is reviewing the case the the texas shooter she said a broader review is also underway we are doing this so that we find out what happened in this case and why and we are looking at our databases to ensure that everything was reported correctly that we get to root causes when it isn't has not been reported correctly and fixing wilson was asked about a 1997 pentagon report finding widespread failure even then to transmit service members criminal histories to federal databases i've been here for five months i ha i was not aware of that report david woman pierre news washington alabama republican senate candidate roy more is denying allegations of sexual misconduct with minors decades ago the accusations were published in the washington post republican leaders on capitol hill or calling on more to quit the race if the allegations are true.
"heather wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The air force is under scrutiny for its failure to forward criminal records to the fbi as we learned earlier this week who killed twenty six people in texas on sunday had been convicted for domestic violence while he was in the air force and that should have prohibited him from being firearms from a licensed dealer but the conviction was nominee shared with the feds so it up in background checks today we need secretary of the air force heather wilson acknowledged the effectiveness for which the shooter in texas was court martialled should have been reported we are looking at all of our database and if we have problems that we find more fix them and pierre pentagon cars dave bowman was at the uh uh just now in town this week you broke the story i want you to remind us of what you found out in important we'll rubber through the problem was the assault conviction by the texas shooter who is in the air force at the time it two thousand twelve was not added to a database by your force officials in this databases used by lunch licensed guns travellers to determine if someone can legally by a a gun and because of his conviction and because of his kgb used should have on this system the purchase but of course he went to a purchase some of weapons uh secretary william should have a big police issued a bit of secretary of the air force wilson also chiefofstaff general david gold talked about this.
"heather wilson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"It let's look at some of the responses here d who is this i want to play the the the cut of the person from the fbi here we go here the no the two new rig the two new cuts that we have our from the epa this is a uh a tool okay because a lot of people say we need to vet people for guns we need to put people who are domestic abusers on the background check list and anyone who commits a domestic crime should be on that list that is the priority okay so let's listen to the mary ellen o'toole she's a former fbi protect profile club domestic violence on is present in some of these cases where we can documented and others it could be present we just didn't find it but i think what is really important is that domestic violence is not a predictor for mass homicide there are many people who do engage in domestic violence they never go on to become mass killers back because it's prominent in a number of cases that we've seen over time it really does need to be considered as perhaps one of them warning behaviors that we already know about okay so you just going to go through all the rest of users they're actually these mass killers very few of them are domestic abusers most of them are young guys who haven't been married yet young weirdos losers disaffected personalities the classic guy with the neighbor says oh he was quite he kept to himself so okay domestic violence vetting for just domestic violence that's not gonna that's not going to cut it now this guy was on so many lists any went through all of them we're just getting news now that the shooter here he not only was institutionalise he escaped a mental health and institution while he was awaiting his charges his military charges also he should have been on a military watch list and the air force let him drop through the cracks i'm not sure why this is heather wilson secretary of the air force this is on the on fox friends today if you are dishonorably discharged that does not nestle sara lee mean you can't get a.
"heather wilson" Discussed on WLOB
"It let's look at some of the responses here the who is this i want to play the the the cut of the person from the fbi here we go here the no the two new rig the two new cuts that we have our from the epa this is a uh o'toole tool okay because a lot of people say we need to vet people for guns we need to put people who are domestic abusers on the background check list and anyone who commits a domestic crime should be on that list that is the priority okay so let's listen to the mary ellen oh tool she's a former fbi proton profile both domestic violence on is present in some of these cases where we can document and others it could be present we just didn't find it but i think what is really important is that domestic violence is not a predictor for mass homicide there are many people who do engage in domestic violence they never go on to become mass killers but because it's prominence an a number of cases that we've seen over time if it really does need to be considered as perhaps one of them warning behaviors that we already know about okay so you just going to go through all the rest of users there actually these mass killers very few of them are domestic of users most of them are young guys who haven't been married yet young weirdos losers disaffected personalities the classic guy with a the neighbor says oh he was quite a kept to himself so okay domestic violence betting for just domestic violence that's not going to that's not going to cut it now this guy was on so many lists any went through all of them we're just getting news now that this shooter here he not only was institutionalise he escaped a mental health an institution while he was awaiting his charges his military charges also he should have been on a military watch list and the air force let him drop through the cracks i'm not sure why this is heather wilson secretary of the air force this is on the on fox friends today if you are dishonorably discharged that does not necessarily mean you can't get a.
"heather wilson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Served twelve months in confinement had naval consolidated brink maamar in california before being released on reading font that's so tiny i can barely see it with a bad conduct discharge in 2014 also reduced in greater eu one federal law prohibited him from buying or possessing firearms after it this conviction got that and we've talked about that too initial end of information here we go indicates they kelly's domestic violence of fence was not entered into the national criminal information centre database by the holloman air force base office of special investigations air force secretary heather wilson an air force chief of staff general david gold fine directed the force inspector general in collaboration with the defense department inspector general they conduct a complete review of the kelly case and relevant policies and procedures service will also conduct a comprehensive review of air force databases to ensure records and other cases have been reported correctly well ladies and gentlemen when they did the background check not only had the mass murder lied on his form did not check the fact that he'd been convicted of anything but when they checked it in the and i see us database there was nothing there there was nothing there because the air force base office's special investigation didn't report didn't reported properly at least i just thought you'd want to know this is a fresh off the hopper alexa elect come sorry alexandra samuel's with the texas tribune i've not seen this anywhere else i hope it's accurate but i i hope it's accurate goes on reporting it to you pretty incredible isn't it i have been monitoring the media coverage of what's been taking place here and while the democrats jump down immediately on gun control they haven't mentioned that the plumber who loaded his rifle ran out of the house in bare feet and shot the mass murder several times apparently had been an nra instructor had been an honorary instructor there is no law that could have been passed to fix this situation if the information is not entered into the database what are you gonna do pass a law to insist on it and if the mass murder before becoming a mass murder lies on his form but it into a pass a law.