35 Burst results for "Heller"

Hunter Charged With Fatally Shooting 18-Year-Old He Believed Was Animal In Nockamixon State Park, DA Says

KYW 24 Hour News

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Hunter Charged With Fatally Shooting 18-Year-Old He Believed Was Animal In Nockamixon State Park, DA Says

"County authorities have made an arrest in connection with the murder in Naka Mix and state Park in October and killed abused him. Clovis is following the story and Kim a plea deal is already been negotiated for the suspect. District Attorney Matt Weintraub says 52 year old Kenneth Heller of Warminster has been cooperating with authorities ever since he was identified as the murder suspect. Heller turned himself in at a local district magistrate's office Wednesday morning and is charged with criminal homicide. But Weintraub says because of his cooperation Heller will be charged with involuntary manslaughter. Heller is charged with murdering 18 year old Jason cut who was sitting with his girlfriend at Lake Naka mixing on that fateful day, Weintraub says Keller is a hunter in the park allows hunting and recreation. At the same time. This was a situation where the worst confluence of events where two people are in a public park, enjoying Sunset with their whole life in front of them, and you have a third person who's just enjoying a hobby that he loves very much a hunter, and he makes a tragic error in judgment and with the worst possible consequence. Heller waived his preliminary hearing and is now being held in the Bucks County jail, and Heller is also charged with two counts of violating hunting laws, causing injury to another person and failing to render assistance after a hunting accident.

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Car accidents down 20% in Maryland

Chris Plante

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Car accidents down 20% in Maryland

"If you've been staying home this year, chances are you are saving money when it comes to wear and tear on your car, But one expert says you could be owed money. The good news accidents are down about 20% in Maryland due to the pandemic and fewer people commuting. And that means fewer claims are being paid out by the auto insurance companies. But Doug Heller, what the Consumer Federation of America says the bad news. There's at least Between 500 million and $750 million that should be coming back to Marylanders that the insurance companies have kept for themselves, Miller tells W. M A. L lawmakers need to do more to make sure residents get their money back. Really fun, double drama L and W m a l dot com

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Texas Gov. Abbott urges speedy vaccinations, says doses 'sitting on hospital shelves'

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Texas Gov. Abbott urges speedy vaccinations, says doses 'sitting on hospital shelves'

"Abbott says Too many of the 600,000 doses of Corona virus vaccines delivered to Texas health care providers may be gathering dust on hospital shelves. Dr John Heller said. Head of the Texas Department of State Health Services, said no doses should be held in reserve. He ordered providers to start vaccinating people over the age of 65 those of medical conditions that make them more vulnerable to a severe case of the virus.

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Chicago Weather: Light Rain Or Snow Coming Late Sunday

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago Weather: Light Rain Or Snow Coming Late Sunday

"The cold will begin to ease as we head through the weekend. But for the overnight partly cloudy Heller chilly one with 17. The low West wins a 10 to 20 keeping wind shells in the single digits to around zero. Tomorrow. Partly cloudy The cold eases somewhat high 33 Sunday Klaus Lower and thinking after some morning sun chance for a late day rain or snow shower high. 39 Monday partly cloudy 30 Tuesday increasing clouds chance for rain or snow. Late high 34 10 hour Wednesday chance of rain or snow and a high of 42.

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W-Key Podcast

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

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Walmart's Commitment to Hiring Veterans

Work In Progress

02:56 min | 4 months ago

Walmart's Commitment to Hiring Veterans

"The right skills obviously is one of the core values that you have there. And the company is a foundational member of a new vet tech employer consortium. That's going to be helping. Provide training for high tech skills for careers in technology for veterans. Tell me about that program. How did it come about in. Who can access it. Well all answer it by by stepping back just a little bit and talking about things from a workforce development and labour market could perspective and even before that when walmart entered into lower the last five years we entered into this period where we really needed to integrate bland. The worlds of in store experience and an online experience for customers and through those efforts in kobe really highlighted the need and importance of us to be able to provide this omni channel or omni experienced for people. That's just a seamless. Shopping experience between the online and the in person domains. And what that has entailed is that we have any number of roles as part of this this leap into digital in leaning into digital where we have product developers and project managers and user experience individuals data scientists obviously the software developers and engineers in the cybersecurity information security individuals and it creates created. This huge demand going back to that workforce prominent so we needed to figure out how we considered our demand. What was the supply opportunities that were out there in. How do we build an opportunity to connect the two and this tech program that was established by the veterans administration or funded by the veterans administration and in partners with the us chamber of commerce accenture and others. We recognize the importance of it right away and so what it does is it helps take military service members. It gives them certain skills like cloud architecture or any number of other areas and with through those skills makes them exactly what we're looking for and we can bring people in who have those foundational skills and then continued to develop them into the people that were looking to grow over time. So we're super excited about that program itself that just one example within the employment heller that we're very interested in it. Aligned with our workforce demand and lets us tap into the veteran talent pipeline in a way that is that skill bridging activity in puts all that together in a really interesting and fun public private partnership example a model that we hope to see happen. Not just in the technologies but other areas over time how veteran access program through the va. It's just a simple google to the vet tech program. B. e. t. t. e. c. And the us chamber of commerce or the veterans administration. You can follow the path to that father clicks to that and check it out and we hope to see you through the program. How important is for a company

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Lessons from lockdown with Nafisa and Tasneem

Not Another Mum Pod

05:58 min | 5 months ago

Lessons from lockdown with Nafisa and Tasneem

"Never, go member one but I can Salaam Haney visa high fiving. I am sweltering melting we speaking literally. You know while I'm just glad that we do sound and visuals right now. THREAT PAINT, down my face. Drooping. Disgusting. Listeners would literally block us if they could see us right now but. Shit. That'll be enough of this nasty window computer screen as well. With more. So what we talking about today, we're talking about lessons that we've learned from lockdown. So with one lockdown behind us and another potentially on the way we thought we take a look at three lessons that we've learned from lockdown. Tasneem. Let's start off with you and your family. What's the one family lesson that you've learned that we can learn from? Okay I'll try and condense it to one family. And okay, so obviously. It's been difficult being stuck with the same people day in day out but I. Realized, that can be enjoyable as well. If you just let go a little bit and not kind sweat the little stuff. Like you I'm so busy at work of time and all of that kind of as she see my kids that much during the week by reading it enjoy spending some time with them and it made me realize I. so important to spend that time with family and not just with the kids there. But with elders, my grandma passed away during lock Tom and I so many regrets because I haven't seen her for about two months because we were in lockdown about six weeks before she passed away. So she had no guests. No one could go see her haven't seen her for about two months and I think that burke me just knowing that she went issue pretty much alone and no one was around with echo she was in hospital and that Kinda thing and then I missed not just her everyone that we couldn't agree together we couldn't mourn together. We couldn't do anything together we would just so isolated and I kept thinking and my parents are getting old or if they go their next and then to see them and not getting to spend time with them, and all of that was playing through my mind and I just realized that is so important just to. Enjoy spending time with family wall. We still have them. All kids are elders everybody just? Yeah. It's priceless. I completely agree with you and I felt some of what you felt as well not taking family for granted and just really missing one after awhile initially, it was kind of a novelty and you think you're a quite like being isolated and thank God we don't have any more guests don't have to go to anyone. So we went through that for a while and then the fatigue slowly started to settle in and we kept thinking Oh, imagine if we could do this and imagine if you could visit that person especially you know Ramadan came and went and eat and the same thing I lost my grandma as well. Just start of lockdown. Husband works from home and I work from home. So we do see children quite a lot when they're at home and at school. So for us even though effect like summer, holidays, Christmas holidays at the beginning, we did slowly start to realize that what the school does for them is priceless as well. My husband especially felt like the school really painted important role in the children's lives, which which we didn't value may be as much or just think about it although we really enjoyed spending time with children and there were so many other things we did that we didn't do before lockdown you know playing more games finding imaginative ways of doing things. We did miss the outside world. We were thinking something simple as meeting somebody or a stranger even being able to walk past without recoiling and things like that I think it really made us realize the importance of simple things that we took for granted I think what you said about the schools do for kids and how undervalue a parochial is definitely true. I think. Obviously, like you said, we really enjoyed the time the kids, but it did come to a point win it was getting overwhelming and I think the home schooling. Pov, it was getting overwhelming and it made me realize that I could never ever heard school my children like every day I'd log on and do the work with them and I just felt like destroying the education. Helping on doing all the good the teachers done the loss. Gee, I ruined all. I'm pretty sure I'm learning feeling like that as well on really tough and to be honest my kids tools the end just lockdown was lifted hunter lot the right time the beginning of feral. Call from outside both. So long stuff that the navy do before they started doing like damn and they need space because everyone doesn he space from everyone else and they also need space from each other and you. Definitely me. And they weren't getting that. Everything, in moderation, right thing is really important to have in life. So you have times but you take some time out, take a step back and just reflect right. But then at the same time, you need other things to go on. So it's important to take a step back ball forever. Yet. That's absolutely true. I do agree with you test the, but he is hunting I'm a qualified teacher by profession even though I don't teach at the moment. So I as a qualified teacher tell you that it cannot teach my children to save my life and then I as a mother of four children. Another lesson I learned was going to be mother. So then you go. To a good job on I, think everyone has as moments right? Who have we just want to pack it all in disappear never surface again Oh, you have no idea whether you do have an idea but you know it was like we're in lockdown with our kids and will in lockdown our minds on the in just everything was in lockdown and our husbands Heller. How Ya. Fifth in my life. No No. Sorry am I really love you and you're not child a promise. On much much. Okay. He's going to be like, why are you talking about me again? It's not gonNA. Listen is too busy. You know I don't trust that man I'm only joking. You'd never know.

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Amy Coney Barrett: What you need to know about the potential Supreme Court nominee

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Amy Coney Barrett: What you need to know about the potential Supreme Court nominee

"Who was being considered for the Supreme Court. More on Amy Cockney Barrett, the front runner on the president's list. She is about his conservative, A sitting appeals court judges you will find she has cast votes during her just three years on the seventh Circuit that make clear that she holds an extremely expensive view of the Second Amendment so would likely vote to strike down. Gun regulations. She seems to have even a more expansive view of the Second Amendment. Then Justice Scalia, her old boss, who wrote the Heller decision that identified an individual right to keep and bear arms in the Second Amendment. She has cast votes that I think reflected deep skepticism of Roe versus Wade in a constitutional protection for

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AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine Trials Resume in U.K.

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine Trials Resume in U.K.

"The AstraZeneca Corona virus vaccine at Oxford University after being paused when patients reported side effects. Meanwhile, ABC is Ellen Lopez has more from the side of volunteers getting tested for trial vaccines just like that one race for covert 19 vaccine power through Volunteers like Jennifer Heller. There's so many other stressors going on in this world right now that I wanted to use this opportunity to Teo to do something to help others. She was the world's first to be given a dose in Kaiser Permanente is experimental vaccine trial tens of thousands of volunteers rolling up their sleeves in the fight against the deadly virus, as some major drugmakers enter the last phase of trials. And as for the Oxford trial officials right now say that pauses and drug trials Pretty common and they expected to see side effects in some participants and get a

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Why it's more important than ever to get a flu shot this season

Sean Hannity

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Why it's more important than ever to get a flu shot this season

"Urging urging Texans Texans to to get get a a flu flu shot shot this this year. year. Dr. Dr. John John Heller Heller steps steps with with the the Texas Texas State State Health Health Services Services says says that that you you declining declining number number of of hospitalizations hospitalizations has has been been good good news news as we go into flu season. The even better news is that in the case of influenza, we have an excellent vaccine that says been proven to be very effective. In the flu season in the Southern hemisphere, and that's the flu vaccine that be using here, Dr Heller Stat says. For for physicians, the symptoms of seasonal flu and Covad, 19 are very similar. There's a Corona

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Judge recuses herself in legal battle between Kemp and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms over coronavirus mandates

John Williams

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Judge recuses herself in legal battle between Kemp and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms over coronavirus mandates

"County Superior Court Judge Kelly Ellerbe had scheduled a hearing for 11 a.m. this morning on Governor Brian Kempes emergency motion. But in an order filed less than two hours before the hearing was supposed to start, Heller be said she was recusing herself after consulting with the lawyers in the case. In the lawsuit filed last week against Atlanta Mayor Akechi lance bottoms and members of the City Council, Kemp argues their local leaders don't have the legal authority to impose measures that are more or less restrictive than those in his executive orders.

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"heller" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

11:20 min | 10 months ago

"heller" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Think I think it sounds like this. No no no. No no kidding me so grant. How many likes like right? I was I was inside for good three weeks. Even I'm a good person because of the unfortunate story in Nova Scotia about a gunman with an assault rifle killing twenty two people. Canada's finally band to sell rifles. Oh that's good news. Justin Trudeau says. I don't need an Ar fifteen to bring down a deer. There's no reason for him effective immediately. It is no longer permitted to buy sell transport import or use military grade assault weapons in this country band. He promised he would ban some time ago but then he was a black face on. The deer made it a lot worse. Well my question is do I get money back for this assault rifle? I have well. I'll tell you these. Weapons were designed for one purpose purpose only to kill the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time. There's no use in no place for such weapons in Canada. The band is effective immediately but disposal of the weapons will be subject to a two year amnesty period. But I need time to think it through you. Know One way days recyclable. What do I I said? Some form of compensation would also be put in place but the firearms can be exported and sold at their proper. Export license is obtained. Well who do you sell it to another country? Also where do I get that export licence from I fe- right? Why not what's another fee short He said thoughts and prayers for mass shooting victims. Were no longer enough. And that's why his government acted. That's not gonNA fly here because people do want to spray as many people as possible because we are allowed to form a militia to go against our government so that kind of thinking is not gonNa you know hey guys up. People are using this to kill mass people that are innocent but the government might be one of what about if they come in tanks while we're allowed to buy tanks. I'm like Arianna and how much you paying for that parking spot breath while you gotta you gotTa Thirty Bucks for the extra license. I just pay twenty two hundred thousand for a tank a thirty dollars for you know if the nickel and diming but listen if you're GonNa have a trump twenty nine and a Nazi flag. What else are you gonNA drive logic? These are we are. We do like a Netflix. Quarter that I just dropped on you at all because I need to talk about my netflix usage. Because right now I'm watching money heist okay. Fucking hell that's a series. Okay it's one heist when isn't is it real or not real. No it's not. It's this group of people this guy got together this group of people and they're on a money heist and all the seasons are the M- the same money heist there inside where you print the paper. And they're printing a bunch of paper and trying not to kill people at no one's heard of this then I can't talk to people I don't watch. Tv shows. I never have time for TV. Shows of it's good. It would have been a movie. You can explain anything in a movie. Get in get out okay. So I think you're right about this because right now. I'm up to episode ten and and I'm starting to do those things where I just get mad at that and I'm like well you know in episode three. That's that wasn't the case so I don't know why cell phones allowed to be on now and not earlier when you detected and And keep trying to Ago This goofy right. Is this getting goofy or am I getting this goofy right? And he's fucking scrolling through the news. I because I look for these girls news constantly. I didn't date of the first season of Westworld was so good that I'm stuck with it and I'm almost I've won that final episode of Westworld to go with that I know is going to kick me the Dick but it's been sucking so bad so I- Google Westworld is to see what the world thinks about it. What POPS UP AUTOMATICALLY IS BAD. Confusing too confusing overrated. Yes okay itself. I think this is what I'm looking for because I if anyone's watching I'm on episode ten of the first season and I turned to surfaced last night and I was like we need to stop right. I'm just yelling at the screen. Now need separate goes were in this now. We said we would do this. And we're on episode ten so we're watching this as like. Oh Yes sure. Who SIGNED UP. Through eight episodes. No season should be longer than eight episodes. Not There's not one fucking story that one season takes eight hours to tell there's more we'll see you season two but this one takes forty two hours the top well. I didn't even evolve a manipulative dad. Dad I've recommendation What we do in the shadows on net flicks. It's the vampire story in the documentary style like the office but with Vampires who live on Staten Island. It's fucking hilarious. is based on the movie. It's written by the people who did flight of the conchords. Oh that sounds interesting. I'm sorry that I'm not. I'm sorry that I'm not allowed to watch it for another couple weeks when we get done with this but especially it's on Hulu. Sorry I made a mistake on Hulu. Pucks yeah I get for free if you use a log in. I heard I heard that it's based on a movie so I'll be checking that out. That's that's the words to me well. I'm blaming him for saying that we're into this but I am asking him. Should we stop? Because I don't know how to stop. I'm just like this is ridiculous. That's whatever's happening here makes no sense anymore and These these criminals are way too emotional. They're having heart to Hearts Day. Three this highest inside while they have they're like one of those breaking down like I duNNo. I thought it was a better person on this day. Three of the heist that you guys were planning for five months fucking next essential crisis somewhere else. When you get your millions you'll be on a beach in seven days according to this dude. I don't know I think there's a little impatient. Are you sure you're not watching? Ocean's eleven to slowly now I'm going to check on that? Thank you. There's a season to season three. I think Oh my God. I know I'm in this. Yeah it's Tortillas miss all the way around the idol I'd be fighting to go outside of. This is what I thought. Tv was that's on you right. Catherine Holler father online twitter and instagram. At S P K Heller. The website is Katharine Hallard Dot Com. And she's doing things virtually now with the New York Neo futurists right. We called hit play. And it's it's been really fun. There's stories and yeah collaboration. Pieces and stuff so enjoy after listening to all the episodes of Keith. And the girl listen to you would you would you of course would see guys performing a theater live. Would you say it's experimental theater that a railway way it's performance are basically? Yeah yes now I picture one of these just faulk in and suck in right Tuesday through Sunday head. Now you guys came to be around each other. Does that tough yeah? I joined the audition for the theater. Company I've been a big fan of them for years because I missed live performance like already been podcasting for years as you all know so. It's it's different. I miss being on stage. I love doing their podcasts. Now but it's completely different kind of energy and It's tough knowing that I probably can't perform for about two years live. We'll see we'll see. I don't want to sound negative where we're all looking forward to it. But our show is very interactive lambda. You came to see it. Thank you. And so as you know like in the audience and we're interacting with them and it's not like a regular show where we can socially distance people in the theater and then we're on stage. It's it's more of A. The design of the show is more interactive. So we're just trying to navigate how we're going to get back into it. Let's see just brought some people think it's two years can does not too short let me with Dr Oz has the same Up later all right. Everybody final thoughts on Chris Rock. Go Ahead Oh. He was always really really really sweet. He really seemed like his intention was to. Have you have a a nice experience and I think in that? He covered a lot of his pain which was also covered with a lot of alcohol too. I think he might have gotten sober for five minutes But I think he lived a fun life. I really do think so. He wanted to live on the lower east side and he lived on lower. East side is very pretty. I don't and you can never tell if he news pretty. You're not pretty because he would go on these modeling auditions and I think it will just make him feel not pretty but I think even though you guys got into a fight and and you thought he he was a jerk you know. He said some bad stuff while he was on alcohol but it was never. I don't know he always felt like a good person designing sense. If you like agro drunks and I think I thought it was totally fair to be like. Yeah this is just not my vibe anymore. But what a great guy. And what's what's odd is used to have an older Christian and a younger than older. Chris was Sober and then younger Chris. I thought about it for a minute but I think this just teaches us that. If your name is Chris you might have an alcoholic problem. Just look into it. You GotTA learn from other people's mistakes and When you when you get to the meetings look for the other Chris in he might have your story. I am trying to think of sober. Chris's I really can't net Chris leaker. He's sober but in alcoholic drug addict. Who else think of Chris that you went to junior high school. Look them up now. Hey he's either on one side of the other side of his alcoholism guaranteed you. Don't get named after Jesus Christ and the weight of that is not GonNa hit you well. I'm even Christmas. Everybody's drinking yeah right. The whole name means water into wine. So who could blame you? It's cool. That's a good reason to drink right. Why not well Keith? I didn't know this person unless I did. In which case I feel terrible but I know that you're a good friend and I'm sure you are a very good friend to this. Chris and a nice now is Keith. Didn't die no now. I've and Keith. As a person. Let's let's not make water until wine like we're Chris. Let's about to say you're also a really good friend and I appreciate the both of you. Well sure I almost died. So you're allowed to say that I earned it John..

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"heller" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

13:18 min | 11 months ago

"heller" Discussed on 5-4

"Burger Repudiating Earl Award. Keep track of that shit but this this kind of solidifies as the conservative position over the course of the nineties George W Bush's a Justice Department essentially adopts the NRA position in full and public opinion shifts over the whole timeframe to over the half century ish period in nineteen nineteen fifty nine. Gallup found that sixty percent of Americans favored banning handguns by nineteen. Seventy five it was forty one percent by two thousand twelve. It was twenty four percent just before this case comes down. Seventy three percent of Americans believe the Second Amendment protected the individual's right to possess weapons when it did come down Barack Obama. Then presidential candidate spoke in favor of the decision yet he also to like deal with his like they cling to their guns and religion. He might not have actually supported it and he was Getting a bit maybe Holland Titian. Maybe he was politician but no I mean look the point is he had to position himself as Serena Vision. The American people were at a place where that was politically expedient if not politically necessary yes right. So turning to the background of how the Heller case gets to the Supreme Court you know I always loved to talk about the scary Little Gremlins. Bring these cases to to our esteemed justices. Here's how this goes down back in around two thousand and two senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice of both of these are libertarian think tanks they start vetting potential plaintiffs for a second amendment lawsuit. Robert Levy is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute at the time. He's the author of the book. The dirty dozen. How Twelve Supreme Court cases radically expanded government and eroded freedom. He's just like some old rich entrepreneur and he says I'm going to finance this lawsuit myself personally. That's how strongly I feel about this. And in fact he's quoted in The Washington Post when talking about the case quote. I don't actually want to gun. I mean maybe I'd want a gun if I was living on Capitol Hill or in Anacostia somewhere but I live in Naples Florida in a gated community. I don't feel real threatened down here a Shitload of coded racism and disdain for poor people every time this guy opens his mouth a little bit later same interview. He says quote even when I lived up there. I didn't live in DC. I lived in Chevy Chase in a high rise that was secure risk cheese like Tony like Maryland suburb. Yes whatever. I don't remember hearing a say so in case we have it. The law being challenged in this case was a complete ban on private handgun ownership in Washington. Dc read right. Yeah and Robert Levy says whatever the price of this lawsuit is. He's going to foot the bill and he'll do so quote happily because he says I'm in a position to pay for it. Robert Levy says that the Washington DC ban on handguns quote. It offends my constitutional sensibilities. Okay so as they're looking for plane constitutional abilities. I'm imagining being so easy that you can you think about the constitution and what offense running lost zero impact on your Lewis and really help anyone. He's just like I would almost respect it if he was like. My reasoning is that this would help people protect themselves or something like that. But he's just I don't think this interpretation of the constitution is correct. I'm going to spend fifteen million dollars right exactly. I was just GonNa say listening. This Guy Talk I I kinda wish left his said some more. Second Amendment Constitutional. Panthers where are you we need you? The tree of liberty needs to be I so they're strategic about the plaintiffs that they choose right. Levy says multiple times publicly. They want economic diversity in the plaintiffs that they're choosing to take this case gender age racial diversity. They want the optics of this to look like. Look this is just regular. People are law abiding citizens who should have an individual right to bear arms So the case status filed in the lower court. They end up choosing six plaintiffs. It's three men and three women and four of them are white. Two of them are black now. The appellate court eventually knocks out five of the plaintiffs. Because the court says these plaintiffs actually. Don't have standing to sue because they hadn't tried to register for a handgun in DC. That leaves one plaintiff left. And that's how we get the case named Heller. The guy that's left is Dick. Anthony Heller. Now we have to take some time to talk about this. Little Freak is freaky dicky he this guy is a licensed special police officer in DC. I interpret those words to me and this is a rent a Cop. And where do you get a license? You can't become a crate pushups to become a real right He carries a gun at work but he has to leave it there when he goes home because of because of the ban on handgun possession in DC Back in nineteen ninety six so years before this lawsuit he and his roommate. Dane von break and rue chartres fucking white people and they're on their names They didn't change what happened there. He and his Kuku Lulu Roommate started the US bill of Rights Foundation which they basically used to disseminate their a wild views about small government and guns and they purposely decided to have Mister Heller apply for a handgun. That he'll be denied so that they could preserve a legal claim to challenge the ban. So they had thought about this for a long time after this case Just to give you an idea of where Mr Heller runs with this. In two thousand eight he goes on to create the Heller Foundation whose mission is to promote quote a world where arms and self defense rights are considered as essential to human life as food and water website. You have to go to the website. The website is absolutely nuts. It's a bunch of photos of like in cell works raising their fists. Like my mom just told me that. I look cute. And my and and there's random quotes riddled all over the website with typos like in a free country. One does not permission from gove to own a firearm. And it's like it's like a banner at the top of the website. It's it's fantastic slow. Enter and Scalia. This is an incredibly lengthy off. In convoluted opinion we do not have the time energy or emotional fortitude to make our way through it entirely here but there are several parts that are particularly stupid. And we're GONNA talk about those first. You WanNa talk about the primary thrust of both scalise majority and justice seaton's descent as we noted. The historical record about the intent of the Second Amendment is very sparse. Nevertheless the majority opinion is predicated in the idea that a historical analysis could definitively establish whether or not there is a second amendment right to the individual possession of arms and both Scalia and Stevens sort of go at it on this front right and like the number of intellectually hollow assumptions. Here is mind blowing that there is a clear historical answer to this question that it could be accurately gleaned from the limited record we have and a justice of the Supreme Court successfully do it. And we'RE NOT GONNA turn ourselves into hypocrites by trying to debunk the historical claims in like some sort of orchestrated manner. We're going to try to stick to the legal arguments here and lucky for us. There are some bad ones yet throw again. The amendment reads a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a Free State. The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. And there's a question of what to do about the quote. Prefatory clause the portion that says a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a Free State. And so the question that kind of jumps in your mind immediately is whether the fact that the right follows from a statement about a well regulated militia means that the right is limited to the context of the militia and clear has a couple of answers to this question but the big one is that it doesn't really matter because Scalia says that this clause is for interpretive purposes largely irrelevant the prefatory clause as he calls. It is a statement of purpose. That doesn't impact the right and I want to give this argument a little bit of credence because I think it's not totally nonsensical as an argument. What he's saying is that the reason being provided for the right isn't relevant because no matter what the reason is the bottom line is that the amendments establishes the right to give an analogy. If I said you can use our pool because it's hot outside you can arguably say that because it's hot outside isn't really irrelevant part of that. What's relevant is that? I'm letting you use the pool. Which means you can use it. Yeah and some ways. This makes sense right. The reason for the right can be viewed as sort of background information. The bottom line is the amendment gives you the right to bear arms but the problem with that in this particular context is that the reason being provided no longer applies even a little bit. There are no more. Well regulated militias so to use the same analogy. As as if I said you can use our pool because it's hot outside but in fact it's not even a little bit hot health side or it's never going to be hot right right. In that case. Suddenly the reason seems a little more relevant right and this is a long way of saying it and I'm trying to give him some credit here but this dumbest shit another analogy I literally just thought of now is like you can crash it my place. I'm Outta town. Are we just sharing a fighting bed? Go head to toe. Look the entire reason. The right exists. According to the amendment is gone. That's not a relevant to the interpretation of the amendment it is crucial to the interpretation of amendment right just a couple of episodes ago we talked about how fraudulent the idea that. S- clear is an ardent. Textualist is and here's another example right. This is plainly him working backwards from his conclusion. He knows that he can't bring the prefatory clause into the analysis too much because as soon as you're faced with the fact that like the militias are crucial to the amendment. It's sitting on shaky ground right so he wants kind of reason right to discard with it. He does sort of say that even if you do assume that it matters that he still right but he's trying to create avenues through which he can sort of maintain deniability and right. So let's get to the next part of his argument. Which is what say well regulated militia and this is sort of this backup plan right like you know what if you have to factor in the prefatory clause and he's saying look look. It's still okay. And he says that according to historical sources the militia comprised all males physically capable of acting in concert for the common defense. And that's how he argued that the individual right to carry arms is related to the concept of the militia. Everyone can carry a weapon because everyone needs one because everyone's part of the militia right right and again we don't WanNa get too deep into the history here but there are some definite logical issues with what Scalia is doing i. The militia at the time of the Second Amendment was not like justice conceptual thing that was theoretically comprised of able bodied men. It was a literal militia controlled by the states that all able bodied men were required to serve in including mandatory military exercises like that doesn't exist now no thing exists currently period and pretending it does that's just fantasy world shit which is a shame because I think it'd be pretty cool if me and the boys you WANNA.

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"heller" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

13:59 min | 11 months ago

"heller" Discussed on 5-4

"Rianne Michael are talking about guns for years. Most scholars believed the Second Amendment only protected the right to bear arms in the context of a well regulated militia but in two thousand eight in the case. Dc TV Heller. The Supreme Court ruled the Second Amendment was actually being much broader protecting the right of every individual to own guns. The court really opened up a whole new chapter. In constitutional law revise the well understood meaning of the Second Amendment. There are some people that think that guns kill people as if they jump out of the Dresser Drawer. Walk out the front door and start shooting people. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks..

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Minor league GM optimistic a season can be salvaged

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Minor league GM optimistic a season can be salvaged

"Thursday was supposed to be joke please first opening day is general manager of the single late Quad Cities river bandits but with all sports on hold due to the corona virus outbreak googly instead found themselves stuck inside his Davenport Iowa office though he's hopeful his team will play at some point this season I'm playing up soon you know probably not I mean it's going to change HM Boston time to get people back into playing shape and support but you know some point this summer I definitely think that played some point this summer the river bandits or an affiliate of the Houston Astros and general manager Joe Cooley says team owner Dave Heller has ensured all fourteen full time employees we paid their full twenty twenty salaries I'm Adam spooling

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Hey Baby Whats Your Predisposition For A Variety Of Possible Genetic Disorders?

You Did What Now?

08:16 min | 1 year ago

Hey Baby Whats Your Predisposition For A Variety Of Possible Genetic Disorders?

"Hey everyone thinks listening on your host Stephanie Educator in Science Aficionado Afficionado and I'm like Oh programmer tech guy. I'm still not an algorithm here on still not a computer driven eight or host. That's the goal that I will successfully generate an and I can do this for me. We are real life. non-genetically modified humans so anyways Michael I think we've talked about this before. But you are happily married. Is that correct. How many years weird nine and a few nine years in a couple of months? That's wonderful how. How did you and your lovely wife meet each other? We actually met in high school. We went to high school together. Kept in touch through college and stuff. Yeah so yeah my husband and my husband and I we also met in high school. So it's it's probably been awhile since you've been on the dating scene. Is that accurate pretty much. Never so yeah it's been probably since nineteen ninety-six since I was last dating anyone but and I'm very thankful for that by the way. Hey Hey don't have to. He don't have to participate in the the psychosis that is dating world speaking of Algorithms. I think Tinder and all those those Al those Dating sites are all generated on some very interesting algorithms. I'm sure yeah well do you know anyone who's You know maybe met their significant other through dating out such as like Tinder e harmony. Maybe one or two friends of Matt that way. Yeah Yeah My. My brother-in-law met his wife on E. Harmony. And they're very happy together so But what if we took that a step further So that you could actually just use your DNA to find a match. How would that work? Yeah so there are some researchers at Harvard medical the school who are creating a new dating APP that matches people based on their DNA. No they did. What now right? So so the goal is to create a system it screens out matches. That would result in a child with an inherited disease. Okay sure I guess us. Why can't we just care the focus on carrying that disease rather than he'll be crisper them in in in utero? Whoops you guys are not that compatible genetically Taylor just flip switches here and make sure your baby doesn't get this so that better than just like rolling out people? Well I guess this is just too tight us in the meantime until all the genetic diseases diseases have been wiped out. But yeah the reason why I definitely wanted to do this articles because I feel like it exemplifies that scene in Gatica which we did a whole episode so on she kisses a boy and then she goes to the booth and she submits the DNA so that the The booth Heller can run quick check and secret dealer Jackass. Yeah how how perfect. This guy is. What is Gatica rating so? This is true life now apparently or will be soon. It's a it's a it's a start. Start up called digit eight which is kind of a play on words. I think I'm I'm too old to really know a lot of Internet slang and but D- A it is the slang for date that's like pre stomas license plate territory there. Yeah so that's kind of what they're what they're basing it on is if they can you know everyone's sending their DNA in to have it tested for ancestry the street or for food intolerances. So why not. You're looking for a made out there. Why don't you send your DNA and this company? Digit eight can run aunt and then they can give you some based on your DNA. Some potential viable mates out there that you can try dating going into the first date knowing doing that. If you did choose to marry and have children with this person that your children would likely not be born with any of this seven thousand inherited diseases that that people are susceptible to. Yeah okay. Sure I guess that's good I I just seems like so far down the line and you just like you're not going to be there that's gutless. That's how many other people i. I wonder how many suggested to have does even example. How many I guess it depends on your own genetics? Like new car. You're carrying something and mashed with somebody. That's also carrying that. Recessive has a trade. But like I it's going to block out so many potential matches that you could be happy with well. It says it claims that you you would still be compatible with probably ninety five percent of other people out there and so that's I guess my my confusion about this is it claims aims to that. It's just going to tell you who you're compatible with instead of telling you who you're not compatible with but if you are compatible with ninety five percent of the people that are you know in this world then is it just GonNa give you a list of here are five million people that you're genetically compatible with Good Luck Doc. I'm sure it's going to be built on top of one of the existing algorithms for dating and matching wherever. This could be like talk switch like this. This feels awfully a lot down the road to eugenic yet. eugenics okay so yeah. That's the major concern that everyone is screaming about right now is is this a form of or will it lead to a form of EUGENICS. I can't see how wouldn't so so I so I wanted to look up. What exactly is the definition of eugenics and? Let's see if it applies here. So here's what I could find. eugenics is the science of improving a human population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. I mean it's not controlled breeding it sort of the opposite. It serve exclusionary. But it's you're you're luminated possibilities right. So that's that's the fine distinction. Is that the the Professor who is Who is behind? This says that this is voluntary. You know this is just an option for you to find a mate. Nobody is going to force Chris you to participate in this dating APP in order to find a mate so it's not controlled breeding necessarily accept by you. You were your desire to find a mate that you're not going to have trouble with this terry aspect of it does display an I wonder so. I hope at least that they're going to match you whether or not you're GINA is on file or is submitting your DNA to the stadium app sort of the requirement of using it. Yes you would have to submit limit your DNA and they would run all of the test and say and they would you know give you probably some sort of print out that said you. You have a recessive disposition. POSITION JEANS TO X Y and Z diseases so for example tastes ax is a disease that your babies can inherit. It's recessive so both partners partner's needs to carry this gene in order to pass it on to their offspring rights so if you're genetically A He plus cer- Gatica or whatever term. We want to use your probably. Finally you'll match with everybody because all your recessive genes are not going to everybody. Else's recessive. Dreams are not going to trigger yours. Yeah I mean most of US probably have recessive genes for for something and as long as we. Don't you know find a partner. That is the other point one percent of the population that has this then. Our children are going to be for the most part pretty healthy but it's that rare occurrence when you know it's a perfect storm of this person has heterogenous for this gene and the other person is Hetero. I guess and there's a if they'd get together. There's a twenty five percent chance that the child is going and get both forms of the recessive gene.

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Saints do not sign Antonio Brown following workout

The Rich Eisen Show

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Saints do not sign Antonio Brown following workout

"The Tonio Brown posted earlier this morning that he was He posted a picture and then he took it down of his. His waiver. Waiver is signed sheet of for a waiver workout with the New Orleans saints the NFL announced when Brown was released earlier this season after playing. Just one game for the New England Patriots that it would consider putting him on paid leave a placement on the commissioner's exempt list if he was signed by another team the lease Ben Investigating allegations made by two women against Brown of Rape Sexual Assault and sending threatening text. Messages Brown has denied the accusations and has filed a counterclaim against one of the women. So what we don't know is what the New Orleans saints are indeed doing are they. Did they workout workout Antonio Brown among many others did they work out Antonio Brown with a concept of saying if it went will would you consider signing him now. How or is this a future investigation? Something to look at when they're off season begins whenever that is. Does it matter John in the locker room today. Today from the New Orleans Saints Does the reason he was in for a workout an interview matter and does it play in the locker room. Is it a conversation piece.

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Golden Globes 2020: Female directors snubbed yet again

All Of It

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Golden Globes 2020: Female directors snubbed yet again

"Me it's beginning to look a lot like awards season in the past week the Gotham independent film awards were handed out to the critics choice association released its nominations on Sunday the LA critics did their thing over the weekend as well and yesterday the nominations for the twenty twenty golden globes were announced in in the case of the latter there was a quite a bit of controversy the golden globes once again failed to nominate any female directors in film or TV honestly there were quite a few out there who are doing spectacular work Greta girl getting one ever given a online five live you wild the LA film critics and the critics circle offered a bit more in the way of diversity giving accolades the films including hustlers the farewell and Diane and among all three groups however married story parasite and the Irishman led the film category is joining us now to talk awards and what it all means is box culture writer and friend of the show Constance Grady because it's nice to see you thanks so much for having me so we'll talk about the the snobs in a minute but were there any surprises in the golden globe nominees for you I think the big surprise for a lot of people was joker getting nods not as for Joaquin perf walking Phoenix's performance which was expected but also getting nominated for Best Picture and Best Director especially since as you've already mentioned there were so many snobs in the directing category that was a movie that really became as big signifier in the culture wars when it came out honestly even before it came out there were some people who were saying that it was glamorizing the idea that a disenfranchised late and then turning to violence would be like this complete reasonable into laudable act and some people saying that it was the big greedy Christine's treatment that super hero movies deserved and then when it actually came out the critical consensus was that it was not really even interesting enough to justify that level of controversy so for it to make such a surprising sweep in a category that saw so many big films overlooked was really surprising I think for a lot of people do you think it it it seems to me that it really comes down to Joaquin Phoenix's performance I know that really maybe it was it was enough to sweep it into the best film category that performance really is undeniable and certainly you know a director does a lot of work to pull a performance out of an actor having said that I think there are a lot of other films in that that were in the conversation for Best Director Best Picture that didn't get pulled out that have really fantastic performances as well you know you could talk about it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood the Mister Rogers movie starring Tom Hanks Tom Hanks turns in a great performance and he was nominated as well but the director Merial Heller who did a lot of work with Hanks as well was not nominated so let's talk about that no women directors nominate you had hustlers affair well book smart little women when they see us what do you think was going on I mean this is speculation but you are culture writer yeah yeah I think one of the big things to remember about the golden globes is the end voting bloc the voting body for this award is super super weird the **** the Hollywood foreign press association is just ninety something people living in southern California extensively it's supposed to be a journalist for foreign publication of a lot of the members of the award body actually aren't and because it's a weird number in ninety people it's like not really enough to get a consensus pick on the and on the films of the year you know the academy in comparison has like eight thousand people in its body so you get like this weird sort of personal preferences can really tell things really strongly one way or the other so that's why it's kind of idiosyncratic yeah their picks tend to be very quirky and unusual compared to a lot of the other big awards shows and sometimes that means that they can recognize really really cool TV you know there was a time when the globe's had a reputation for being much better on TV than the end use words like the and needs would nominate modern family over and over and over again and that those route they're recognizing you know crazy ex girlfriend a Jane the virgin and other critically acclaimed show that never really got any any love but other times it means that the gloves will just completely shut out movies and TV shows that are really sort of in the middle of the conversation for no particular reason other than that didn't really connect with the voting body and kind of consistently it seems that the voting body does not connect with movie is directed by women the director honey boy tweeted good morning to everyone that's writing me about hash tag golden globes I feel you know this I was on the inside for the first time this year there are not they are not or people they do not represent 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The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020

KZSC Programming

08:58 min | 1 year ago

The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020

"Here now the nation's for the seventy seventh annual golden golden globe awards were announced and there were several of the B. two Q. and crear adjacent nods across film and television with rocket man paid and gory killing eve at the politician each scoring two or more nominations there are also several out actors who were nominated other nominations at celebrate LGBT Q. representation that lack of nominations for people of color and outstanding roles like is a diet and euphoria and rigidity keying in watchman art well that's notable any year rife with extraordinary films from when the directors the Hollywood foreign press association failed to nominate credit Kerr wing for little William little women Lulu way you for the fare well the rain ASCA Fauria for hustlers Cillian CO four portrait of a lady on fire and Merial Heller for or won't you be my neighbor still progress around LGBT Q. visibility deserves to be celebrated and the gay and lesbian alliance against defamation are glad pre is the recognition in a statement saying quote golden globe nominations for LGBT Q. inclusive films including rocket man portrait of a lady on fire and painted glory along with tell of the television series the politician and killing eve continue a tradition of recognizing extraordinary talents by the Hollywood foreign press association glad said director of entertainment media Jeremy black a black hello said quote well deserved nominations for several LGBT Q. roles as well as for out actors Billy Porter BT felt staying Ben Platt and Andrew Scott provide a reason to celebrate and reminder for how audiences and critics alike support and applied authentic RGB to Q. storytelling and here's just a brief review of of those folks that have and in receipt of nominations is according to the advocate here for the F. X. drama pose Billy Porter was nominated for best performance by an actor in a television series drama the gay actor appears as pray tell and the and the show which is made history with trans gender representation can't wait to see what he's gonna wear yeah right Ben Platt recognized for his role as Peyton Hobart in Netflix's the politician and nominated in the category of best performance by an actor in a television series comedy or musical Platt recently came out as gay and his character Peyton is durable as a bisexual lead in this Ryan Murphy produced series next and you Scott the hot priest in season two of Amazon's flea bag scored a nomination in the category of best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series limited series or motion picture made for television Scott is gay this the show the politicians scored a nomination it best television series comedy or musical the series produced by Ryan Murphy centers on several LGBTQ characters vying for power in a wealthy high school in Santa Barbara California including a character played by a gay actor Ben Platt was received a golden globe not as we just mentioned flea bag that series received three nominations at the golden globes best television series comedy or musical best performance by an actress in a television series for Phoebe Waller bridge and best performance by an actor in a supporting role in the series for Andrew Scott as imagined in addition to prominently featuring Scott a gay actor as the hot priest the season Waller bridges series is funny and moving at a take on navigating life love and sex as a woman in her thirties next up killing eve the BBC America series about a killer Jody calmer and the woman she is infatuated with Sandra was nominated in the category of best television series drama I'll also mentioned that Jody Comber the who kills and killing eve ha ha the a she's got the nomination in the best performance by an actress in a television series drama for her role in killing a law for the show yeah for sure the second season really stood up sometimes you never know yes sometimes it is kind of a sophomore jinx that now is it but in this case the dazzling musical a biopic of Elton John's life a rocket man is up for best motion picture musical or comedy I got to see that Terron Iger ten an ally of the LGBT Q. community was nominated in best performance by an actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for rocket man and he gives life and voiced Elton John and this a claim role also Elton John alongside his writing partner Bernie to open received a nomination for the track I'm gonna Love Me again from rocket man in the yeah the school category you know music commissaries category right Gregor wings little women did the clearest and most feminist interpretation yet of the beloved story by Louisa may Alcott received nominations in two categories Best Original Score and best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for a show is run ins Joe March Renee Zellweger was nominated in best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for giving life to gay icon Judy Garland in the bio pic Judy Antonio Banderas is vying for best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama he was nominated for his lead role in pain and Gloria filled by Pedro Almodovar inspired by the gate directors life out actress Beatie felled Steen scored and not in the category of best performance by an actress in a motion picture musical or comedy she plays Molly and books marked the Olivia Wilde directed comedy about two friends one straight one lesbian who cut loose after prom glory as we mentioned previously the film directed by an inspired by the life of gay filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film portrait of a lady on fire silliness yamas beautiful film about two women who discover love and art in eighteenth century France was nominated in the category of Best Foreign Language Film and Jennifer Lopez as queer hearts a flutter as Ramona the stripper and hustler who took destiny Constance Wu under her wing and the fold of her fur coat the foreign press association was also moved giving her a nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture and Margot Robbie is a stand out and bombshell the film about sexual harassment at fox news that giving away spoilers he's a compelling reason for LGBTQ folks to watch it the foreign press association agreed honoring Robbie with the nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture so at least a couple categories here will get a half LGBT representation competing against itself wiles is kind of cool and its own right but yeah so congratulations to the many LGBT Q. nominations for this year's golden

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The Politics Behind The Golden Globe Awards

The Frame

06:35 min | 1 year ago

The Politics Behind The Golden Globe Awards

"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas filling in for John Horn. But we're about to hear from John On. He's covered the movie industry for more than two decades as a print reporter and so we figured he's the best person to explain the significance or lack thereof of the Golden Globe awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced the nominees for its annual awards which take place in early January but rather than detail the usual inexplicable explicable nominee choices and snubs. We thought we talk about the relationship between movie fans the Globes and the entertainment industry. I John tells us who makes up the association. What's important to me about the Golden Globes and about some other kind of minor film? Awards is that this is not a representative presentative body. They're about ninety journalists. And if you go on the website for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association you can no longer even find their names teams or where they work. It's a very small group of people and they have undue influence because the movie studios have figured out that if they wou- the voters for the Golden Globes and they're filmmakers win awards at the Golden Globes it kind of create some sort of momentum for the Academy Awards but none none of it is very legitimate and H. MPA has cleaned itself up. It's not a scandal ridden as it has been in years past but this isn't an elite group of film writers or film critics that are making these selections and if you look closely at the selections not just this year but but in past years the fact that they are really that serious ask kind of film. Lovers starts to reveal itself pretty quickly. How so? Well let's talk about a couple of past nominations twenty thirteen. There were three nominations for a movie. I bet you you've never heard of salmon. Fishing in the Yemen amend that was a Golden Globe Walker. If you go back nine years to twenty ten there was a movie with Johnny. Depp called the tourists that was largely largely derided that ended up getting multiple nominations at the Golden Globes. And I think if you look closely at some of the selections this year it's clear it's it's driven by the red carpet like who do they wanna have on the red carpet you look in the TV category. There are multiple nominations for the morning. Show a apple all series. That didn't get great reviews because Jennifer Aniston is coming reese witherspoon is coming as nominees and then you look at Ava d'auvergne as when they see us. One of the most critically acclaimed TV series of the past year didn't get any nominations so it's important for the NBC. Show to have that star Klaus so there's eyeball so so people watch. I think that's part of the bias historically for the Golden Globes that you can say it judging between good filmmaker and a less name they generally are going to vote for the last name and they also have some historical by sees you know that are shared by the Academy in the seventy seven year history of the Globes. Only five women have ever been nominated for best director and this year. There are lots of really good female filmmakers that were up Greta Gerwig for little women. Olivia Wilde for book. SMART Hurrell for honey. Boy Marielle Heller for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. Not One of them got nominated so golden gloves has a pretty poor history when it comes to nominate women the Golden Globes has made some the effort to try to rehabilitate this reputation. What has it done? It's made sure that people who are members actually have legitimate emmett credits. As journalists there been some reports of. I guess you could call it. Bribery or expensive gifts in the past. I think they've tried I to eliminate all of that so again they have cleaned up their act. But there's only so much legitimacy you can bring to yourself when you're only ninety journalists writing for publications that if we had the names I guarantee you you've probably never heard of them and yet the industry I I guess mostly plays along and an actor or director or studio can use success at the Globes as part of their campaign going into Bosco Bosko season one hundred percent and I think that is one of the most interesting parts of the story. Everybody in Hollywood knows in their soul that at the Golden Globes are really not totally legitimate and yet the studios independent companies and marketing departments. Embrace raise them because they recognize. There's a game to be played and the game is. We're going to court the Golden Globe voters we're going to have screenings and QNA's for them and and if we get a nomination are actor or filmmaker is going to be on their awards show and people are going to start talking about the film and one thing gets the other but they do know that really. It's not totally legit but it serves their purposes academy award. Campaigning is a multi title million dollar business. There are people who work as campaign consultant who get hundreds of thousands of dollars for getting nominations or Oscar wins wins. There is a huge business behind all of this and in some ways it might drive ticket sales or people to stream movies so it's driven by finance finance is driven by trying to get eyeballs on the movies but it's all kind of a hustle so John I've never covered the entertainment industry that closely so so like a lot of people in the public eye really always just saw the Golden Globe awards as the first among that more high profile award shows to spotlight the top films of the year. Going into Oscar seasons am I am I off on that. Were not technically off. I mean because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Asian nominates into different categories for most of the major film awards they cast a wider net. So just mathematically. They're bound to include lewd a lot of movies. That end up getting nominated. I wouldn't say they're that much of a bellwether but because they're embracing so many movies. They have a a mathematical chance of getting most of those things right. John Horn out in New York. John Thanks for joining us to talk about the Golden Globes. We'll see when you get back. Thanks for sitting. In

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Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

Food for Thought

09:15 min | 1 year ago

Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

"Strange beliefs around. Women's bodies have a long history and every every day we have bombarded by new wellness claims from restoring the balance of our hormones to the self healing properties of salary juice and unsurprisingly thinly. The wellness industry is now worth a two point eight trillion worldwide. It has never been so difficult to distinguish fact from Fahd leaving many of us feeling extremely confused including myself joining me today to help uncover only the truth is personal trainer. bestselling selling author and women's Health magazine columnist. Alice Living Heller Alice. Hi Hello I think when they're all so many small women out left falling for harmful and pseudoscientific claims. Let's just our Ryan. Why do you think this is happening? I think it's a pretty interesting. It definitely been in the position where I've fallen for some stuff myself to I think it comes from a genuine place of us all wanting to live healthier live longer. I think we've suddenly the nego access to all of this information which he didn't necessarily have before where we're able to read about all of these things like on our health or wellbeing wellness wellness. Become a thing that was never a thing ten. You know ten years ago And he's become very difficult to decide for from fiction because I think many any many people enter. And I'M GONNA use even though I I use in brackets but the wellness industry with the best intentions of wanting to help people to achieve that elusive thing. That as ultimate health and happiness if it so exists And I think it's difficult because I think the people that we are listening to ball all people like yourself who oversee qualified experts You know anyone can enter and this is the dangerous thing is anyone in Canada onto social media call themselves whatever they one give themselves whatever kind of title they deem to be appropriate and then saw spouting of information in a very authoritative way which for the average person seems seems legit so it's really difficult for the average consumer of social media to know what is fact and what is fiction completely. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said said it comes from potentially a very warm loving place they can end up with a little trouble in some recent trends. I think have been. They've been a bit city but interesting thing. So one study suggested one in five women have have washed inside their vagina in the past year. And apparently it's called douching douching if it was a French word douche shower cooled yet latouche I mean. Do you know anything about this. Have you seen as we know that the vaginal tissues the my son's tissue the body. So I think it's a really interesting and I actually think it's a wide issue. That doesn't just stem from that particular piece of research. I think if we look brands we've seen how consumerism has driven us to create that we don't actually necessarily need and then make us believe that we ultimately do really need them and I think that's the really difficult Area where it's not just feminine hygiene products. It's loads the things within the industry that we don't need we've lived without for years and years and years and suddenly we're being told that the we we absolutely need this to live like I said live healthier and live longer And there's a price tag attached to it. Am I just think it's a very elitist worrying kind of trend that seems to be in Increasing yeah I think the thing with these kind of Feminine Hygiene Products is the research has shown time and time again this gynecologist. Who say this is not necessary? The Ph of your China will maintain itself and you do not need to wash yourself with any luxury products you will. You will naturally do that yourselves and and I think like unfortunately it goes back to what you're talking about in the first conversation. Which is the the the marketing pitching around? This stuff has been so good but people believe that the unfortunately they're gonNA trust something that they see in the shelving boots over gynecologist. He's saying you don't need this completely. I mean some of even said it's a contraceptive to which is worrying. And I read as well that it cannot be throw off the balance of the good bacteria in the Vaginas like Alice said. I think it's a bit of a money making to Ooh head but you have to be careful because the Internet can sail a lot of things in different societal norms. Tell us one thing different cultures but at the end of the day if you are looking for contraceptive I'm just begging anyone. Listening go to see who jeep but also it kind of taps into a deeper issue of the fact that we we should be in some in some way ashamed of of a joiner and ashamed of you know. There's lots of stigma attached to our The area things like Oh you know if it smells or well you know all of these things and we made to feel ashamed. Thought which can handle things like your sexual relationships your self confidence. It goes much much deeper than just it being about it. Not being necessary and interesting when I was reading up about it About you know these Feminine Hygiene Dogs. The gynecologist on their website says you know if if a woman should choose to wash her for China with something. It should be this and it's like no like you can't very gray tom in a very gray statement to make in that he's not necessarily saying you have to have it. But if you should choose to and I just think we really need to be a lot clearer in what we need and what we don't need for our bodies and making it a lot simpler for people because as you know in the nutrition walled things have just so overcomplicated and we. We're being made to feel as though we have to spend and lot of money on achieving elusive thing called like optimal health. And just not knowing the nutritional is just not the case. Narin you correctly said that I praise on the vulnerable and also what I call the worried. Well as well as something. That happens a lot that I see that it preys on one of our insecurities as females as well. It's you're right. It's much deeper rooted. This is definitely not my fail but deep-rooted psychology that perhaps would definitely not good enough or inferior striving for perfection which which is which is worrying but else. Have you seen that dangerous recently that we should be aware of. I think something that I've seen online. which actually a couple of people I've seen call out which is great and people in authority in position? You have to do so which is even better but One of them is whom I in balancing now. I think this is a really really interesting area because I think it particularly played preys on women and vulnerable women who feel as though in George George case like seeing who feels like they've almost done everything to try and lose weight and nothing's he's walking and then this person comes along and says but I can dance your hormones and suddenly. It's like the the cured and they are so much better and they're able to lose weight and I think this this idea of home and balancing from people that are not under control adjusts on not doctor is unwell. People with any qualification bought. Maybe being a personal trainer is quite concerning completely. I think especially with the whole my balancing. It's also linked to Ah for instance you yourself a very open about having polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and I think for women out there the large majority of them indefinitely listeners. Go about the episode we recorded with Anita the Gyna- Geek so many people software endometriosis and different female related problems. And this is all my saying I can help help you fix that balance this out by taking these supplements and I mean I was. Why do you think that it's it's the products? Now targeting women and especially those under the age of eighteen seen as well as seems to be everywhere I think because there's money there I think it's because we have become Like I said earlier. We've we've we've come to to believe that we need to spend money on our health and the more money we spend on the battery it must be and I think big big brands have caught onto the fact that people. Aw Aw all willing to spend money on their wellbeing and their health and so every. Brian going is trying to make themselves a wellness brand in some way. If you look at campaigns from from you know all all sorts of onto the sun they'll always try and have like a wellness line goal because they realize that it's a great marketing style US Brandon. You'll be healthier theon happy. I just think everyone yeah. And particularly when you mentioned the under eighteen like it's really concerning A lot of this stuff is targeted at girls. That are not You know they're not even out of puberty. That bodies are still changing the cylinder that are still deciding who they are and who they want to be and to come in and already make thank them conscious and aware of things that they don't need to be made aware of that age structure Such tricky like time anyway It's no wonder that we have the issues that we do and I think there is completely multifactoral and when it comes down to. I think social media doesn't help the media doesn't help but I also think marketing foxing products particularly that focused on things like weight loss or health to a certain degree. Goals are goes on boys that are under eighteen is this is really

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"heller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"heller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Okay Mr Rogers Do you play these songs for your son. I do that one. I played for my kid all the time that Song Sorta it became like our thesis for the whole movie. This idea that so many of us don't actually have practical ways to cope with our feelings and You know it was a song quoted when he did that famous Hearing in front of the Senate where he got money any for P. B. S. but also it was a song that we put in the movie specifically because it felt like it was telling the story that we were trying to hit on with this movie which is about this grown man who really hasn't figured out his own coping ways he can't he hasn't figured out what to do with his own matt. And and what does that mean. What what type of man is he? Then so I read that when you were making a a beautiful in the neighborhood you kept the shooting to a limited number of hours a day. Yeah so that people like you could get home and you know. Put their kids to bed or spend some time with family So so can you ever forgive me. Your previous film came out last year. What's the difference in age in the age that your son was between so went out and the new one and also? So what did you learn from making first film about what you needed in your life and in your family's life in order to keep doing this and not feeling like you were a neglectful mother. When I was making? Can you ever forgive me. I think Wiley was too and I would leave in the morning when he was asleep and I would get home and he would be asleep and even though I was shooting in New York City where we live I felt like I was just gone and it was really hard. It was really really hard on all of us It was hard on my husband. It was hard on Wiley and it was hard on me and I felt over the course of the next year. People were constantly asking me questions about about like. How can we have more women directors? Why why is it so hard for women to direct movies like what do we need and I thought well one of the things we need to stop pretending is not true as a lot of us are moms and how do we make it more sustainable for those of us? Who are parents to do this job? It's really really hard not to mention the fact that there were a number of stories about out crew members dying after eighteen twenty hour days driving. Home long hours you know I just started to think like this is pretty unsustainable life that we choose choose to live and production particularly is really insane. There's the sense of that. You have to kind of kill yourself in order to do this job well and Melissa. Melissa McCarthy was the one who actually said to me. Have you ever shot French hours. which we we call them French hours but it's not what they do? In France. I've since heard in France they take like for our lunches punches. With wine I guess but The idea behind French ours is that instead of doing a twelve and a half or thirteen hour day with a lunch break in the middle. You do a ten hour straight day. Everyone kind of eats food throughout the day. Anyway on a set. Nobody's going hungry on a film set But you work straight through and then you're done and for me. It was the the difference between getting home to put my kids better. Not So it was you know seventy five or eight to six. It was Most days out of the week and we didn't do it everyday of the filming. I mean but we did a large majority of the days. There are certain days when you have like a big move or the schedule just makes it impossible to do that. You really need a longer day. But a lot of days we found it to be just as efficient if we were in the same location. Not taking a break in the middle of the day shooting less hours. But you don't have this kind of dip momentum that happens when you take a lunch I found on it to be just as efficient And so it was something that I started talking about really early because I said you know. I don't think Fred Rogers would want would want us to make the movie about him where we all abandoned our kids in order to make. Yeah so how do we do this. How do we find a way to do this and I was just lucky that everybody who worked on this movie was really game for this idea. Pretty much everybody involved had little kids for kids remembered what it was like when their kids were little and a lot of us had kids under five and so figuring out a way to make that happen became a huge priority for me and it worked great and you know I found that the actors loved it to to Chris Cooper particularly said to me you know I hate taking lunch when we're in the middle of a scene. I hate breaking the momentum. I don't like going off and eating a big plate of potatoes. You know I come back back and I feel like I don't remember how it was feeling or I can't remember my lines it just I don't eat anyway because I it it just distracts me and You know I often would find the my script supervisor. My EP or I would end up. Having meetings are working through lunch anyway. Nobody was really taking a break so it wasn't actually functioning as the break that it was supposed to be so this became just sort of a mission for me and something I want to talk more about. I WanNa talk to the unions about. I want to talk to the directors union in to the crew unions to everybody about this idea that this could benefit all of us that it is a way that we can get more parents as directors durst because I think for a lot of us. It's the difference between the Spena sustainable lifestyle and at Nantes but also that it's safer and it could benefit all of us wissman wonderful to talk with you. Thank you so much for this interview and for the movie off. Thank you Terry. It's such a pleasure to talk to you. Marielle Heller directed the new movie a Beautiful Day in the neighborhood starring. Tom Hanks as Fred. Rogers won't you won't.

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"heller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"heller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Back at Walmart on line. The two percent at Walmart in store restaurants and travel and one percent everywhere else when you want all that you need the capital one Walmart rewards card. What's in your wallet? Terms and exclusions apply capital one and A. Let's get back to my interview with Mario Heller who directed the new movie. Beautiful Day in the neighborhood starring. Tom Hanks as Fred Fred. Rogers and Matthew Rees journalist assigned to profile him for Esquire magazine when we left off. Heller just told the story of how she and her three-year-old son had watched an episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood that dealt with death which was an upsetting idea for her son who had never heard about death before. Do you remember number. How you learned about death I remember my grandmother's husband dying. But I think I was older. I think I was seven or eight eight when he died but I remember that being the first real person I knew who tied and that my parents didn't let me go to the funeral enroll and I remember feeling like it was really unfair. You wanted to go. I wanted to go like I felt and I think about what sort of Mister Rogers. In that way of like I I felt like a full person. You know I felt like I was having as big of an experience. France's everybody else. And why wasn't I allowed to go to the funeral. And I think they were trying to protect me Was it upsetting for you to learn that such thing existed stuff. Oh Yeah Yeah I mean I. Yeah I was one of those kids who thought about death a lot and we had. We had the big earthquake in the bay area. Eighty nine I will really then ten But that really it scared me and like a deep dark way you know really shook my sense of what could happen in the world was just the first my my brother. It was trapped in a warehouse and we couldn't get to him in Oakland across a bridge and we didn't know if he was okay and you know friends of mine. Their parents here in San Francisco and the Bay Bridge had collapsed. We didn't know if they were okay. And there are people who were part of our community who died and it. It was just so chaotic. It was just the end of the world it felt like the end of the world at the time it really did and it definitely you know it was it. It's still something that has meant. You know meant something in my bigger emotional life that I'm still dealing with therapy and you know I think back on myself as a kid and I'm like I and I see it in Mike and I think that's why this experience of showing him. That episode was so so I felt for him so much. Because I I remember what it was to be. The kid who was thinking about the kind of dark questions of life and while other people weren't But now you know I had this experience when I was preparing to make this movie before. He went to Pittsburgh Berg. I went to a a talk at the Buddhist centre in Brooklyn and I think I had this idea in the little. I really really know about Buddhism or Buddha where I was thinking that somehow if you are very enlightened that you're very peaceful that you're you're at peace you're sort of happy happy and this woman who was giving this talk said The goal of Buddhism is not pure peace or to to never feel any pain. The goal is to feel All the pain and that made me think about Fred at that time because all all of the things we were hearing in the research about Fred was that he would empathize such a great degree with the people he came into contact with he would meet a stranger on the street and they would pour their heart out to him about what what they were going through and he would almost hold it like a vessel like he he just became this great vessel for other other people too poor what they were experiencing into an And I think he felt it all he was he was present in the pain of the world and not denying it and he grew up with a lot of illness. I mean who has a sick child was often isolated. That's how we started doing voices voices voices for puppets. His parents were so nervous that he was going to be kidnapped. They had them chauffeured to school so that he was even more isolated from his friends. Oh Yeah Yeah and I think he was in his own head a lot in that way but I think he also was very He spent the rest of his life therefore trying to be super connected to other people rather than being separated from them. I WANNA play one of Mr Rodgers songs that you use in the film. I particularly like this one. It's the one called. What do you do with the mad that you feel? Yeah and it's awesome. It's a song all about learning to control yourself on your emotions. Get Out of hand and I think this is a song that must've adults adults should learn by heart too. So so this is the real fred rogers singing at Here we go. What do you do with with the mad that you feel when you feel so mad you could bite when the whole wide world seems Oh so wrong And nothing you do seems very right to. What do you do do bag? Do some clay or awesome roundup friends for game tag and see how fast it's great to be able to stop when you land thing that's wrong and be able to do something else instead and and think this song I can stop when I want to can stop one. I wish stop stop. Stop adopt any time. And what a good feeling to feel like this. You know that the feeling is i. I know that there's something deep inside. Nope US become what we can or can be someday a woman and boy and be some.

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"heller" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"heller" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I have no idea i mean he's like i separate image shoe categories like the one category i can admire him for he. He got a full ride ride scholarship to cal berkeley when he's young. He's very smart person. I look at all the health problems and i'm like i admire you for also building your own company at the same time like he couldn't have done done this without the support of my mom but i have to be like that's something that is admirable and then there's this whole other script. That's like this just like like loveless narcissistic monster and i don't know yeah i think that's i think that's what's difficult about abuses that. It's never just a loveless bliss monster. It always comes with charisma sort of interesting. Now you your dad keith. What data is rich. I'm so sorry they've evo had titles. My dad had the priest title andrea a financier yeah catherine a doctor yours. A self made businessman owned on business from nothing coming to america yeah. I just had a memory things. Come back at. You and you're like oh yeah that happened. <hes> my father wrote diet books that became very famous famous and he was on talk shows all the time and this is right after the divorce and he had a butler the money that will never see in. I talked about this scarsdale diet guy. He's the carbohydrate hydrate addict's diet so in college and still dealing with all these things but like finally i'm out of the out of the home away from my memories and that was started smoking pot raymond year and i'm in my dorm room with my friends and we're watching t._v. And it's the montel williams show and they <hes> high as a kite and the like and now dr richard and rachel israel heller and i see my dad on t._v. And i was like oh my god that's my dad and yet starts laughing because the last name is the same and they're all l. Blitz and that's a good one catherine. She's a comedian and i started so long because it was really him and it was such a weird like that stoned or is this how yeah yeah yeah. It's crazy make weird feeling. They all get these accolades from other people ask again. Not your dad keeps because he isolates himself because this is what's weird about <hes> your dad is. He's like he all this is why your dad isolates himself because he can only be on top of that mountain if he's just alone on the mountain laws yeah yeah because he doesn't really have charisma and charm but seeing people like applaud for him and people like buying his book and stamping crying saying has changed my life. It's like ah. I wish i could just yet thing. My parents are moving back to israel. This was like at some ten years ago. They're packing up and i'm like i don't even know how to feel about it. All it feels it was like now. I gotta take twelve hour fucking plane rights visit you so you can watch t._v. While i'm there means and so i'm like sitting around like a nice daughter my dad's there. I guess he's he's pack gnarly. Don't let me in on it. Just sit here and watch us and that means you love. Okay great so i'm sitting there. There's this dude. He grew speaking. Whatever foreign place he's from. It's never just israel. It's whatever he's got five kids. He's like twenty eight years old. You know he's a golden boy and blah blah blah..

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"heller" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"heller" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"In Philosophers done this week remembering philosopher who witnessed and illuminate some of the darkest moments in modern history. I was studying hello fall in love into feet philosophy not we look at what retailers off in fact and I hear is this is the thing to understand because they haven't understood wincing verb of and then from this moment on I two or the classes philosophic classes and stuff to read nosal few books especially the books of tradition promptly to own words to fire back but these possible to get these books and so this is how I started to inhale philosophy and later on also exhale philosophy after violence Saturday rightfielder feet of studies and books and so it came philosophies my of on-off my first and last loves of my life magnus luck who died last month at the age of ninety was a member of what would become known as the Budapest school a group of philosophers that emerged in Hungary in the early nineteen six these under the leadership of Georgia cash they were critical theorists who believed Marxist socialism wasn't a one size fits all political model Needed to be applied to different nations in different ways and that belief set them at odds with Hungary Soviet government Agnes Heller was persecuted as dissident she was expelled from the Communist Party and dismissed from her university job in the late nineteen seventies along with other members of the Budapest school Agnes Heller came to Stralia of which more to follow Agnes Hill up had an amazing life and she was there for some of the defining moments of the twentieth and twenty first centuries she was in walk on September eleventh two thousand one she witnessed Hungarian Revolution in the nineteen fifties and the Prague spring in the nineteen sixties and as a young girl she was to father to the Nazis in Auschwitz it was a life whose early years would to some degree set the contours of her later work in this interview from two thousand thirteen Ignace Hella is speaking with Joe Jealousy my background innovative would most determined but create a condition of being interested especially in certain kind of fades because I was a victim of the Holocaust my father died in Auschwitz and then after right offset a few years software at the end of the new leaders I knew kind of dictatorship led totally terrier regime so I want to understand hoppy both were able to do certain things hardly pervert ready and able to gas for example cheating or how could people historical conditions in which certain kinds of mass murderers who are also so that's why takes on the one hand and philosophy of history I'm interested me more because I believe that it is my duty to understand you say you came to it because you wanted to know why and how people could guess children for instance did you come to get an answer for you can get an answer only to the question how is it possible but divide is a question which points at causality I cannot find their cause I tried for example was sinking about Holocaust I went all through all the conditions Mon- conditions terrorism other condition antisemitism but none of this condition explains it man as far as Gulag is concerned I cannot executives him conditions because we'll historical event carcasses not historic target it is above what we can call normal history I can't get also different kinds of explanation but finally even there election suffices there are so many contingent facts in historic in Genera and particularly in this kind of most tablets regimes of the twentieth century. I can answer the question about Otani rooms is I wrote books are books were totalitarian can describe Eh totalitarian society but this does not really explain the ways in which acts appeared in a totalitarian society I met her on the twelfth of July nineteen seventy eight at Monash University together with her husband Farris if I hear who is getting lectures on new cash Peter Bile hats is professor of critical theory at Sichuan the University in Chengdu and professor of Culture and society at Curtin University in Perth he was also a close friend of Agnes Hill for forty years was twenty four and it was an extraordinary experience because there was no way that much generation or anybody else I was ready for the arrival of has sometimes he's to say jokingly to Budapest school in a box number five of them George.

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"heller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"heller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In becoming productive members of society and inspiring them to change and improve their lives. This is why I am running to be the next judge in Justice department, one in I am humbly asking for your vote paid for by the committee to elect James Dean Levin. I'm Jacky Rosen candidate for Senate, and I approve this message. They call him Senator spineless because dean Heller Benz with the political winds first dean Heller promised to vote against the plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act because it would hurt. Here's what dean Heller said. Right now, I cannot support legislation that takes interest. America's thousands of then dean Heller got pressure from his party leaders. Listen, Donald Trump threatening dean Hiller on national TV. This was the one we were worried about you were there. But you're going to be dean Heller broke, his promise and voted for review, Mr. Heller, Mr. Heller that is a complete one eighty decided not to cross Trump. The plan. Dean Heller voted to advance would let the insurance industry charge people over fifty of two five times more than younger people and would end protections for pre existing conditions. Senator spineless dean Heller. He's not standing up for Nevada. Paid for by Rosen for Nevada. This hour of the Laura Ingram show is sponsored by cow air, cooling and heating. Go to Cal air dot com. The opinions of the host Saad K W, wet are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. Diction starts now. The Laura Ingraham show. You're listening to your healthy radio addiction, a fat five forty Laura. Stuck in the eighties. Stuck in the seventy s stuff. We don't want to be stuck in stagnant. Economic growth. I can tell you that. That's that's where we're headed. If the Democrats take the house of representatives investigations into stupidity investigations to keep you focused on anything other than the need to grow the economy and enforce our borders. Stay out of the stupid wars that just sap us of of of money.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"On the rich eisen show we posted a twitter poll question you can vote on it by going to at heller sports on twitter at h e l l e r sports at heller sports on twitter the question is this with all the talk of the be all star snubs in annual right of passage by the way major league baseball his time to end the policy of having all thirty teams represented in the mlb allstar game fifty six percent of you say and the old team representation forty four percents they keep it as it is couple of the comments on that thick morio says i think the biggest problem is players vote with paper ballots to early give them an ipad couple of days before voting ends but he likes the all thirty teams represented thinks it's fun helps you recognize guys you wouldn't normally all right so here's the question because i'm with you i don't think there should be you don't have to have every team represented but he just mentioned it's more fun isn't that what the all star games all about just to play devil's advocate just like van voting about fun i wanna see bryce harper i don't carry into eighteen bryce harper i wanna see my guy represented from the royals room but bryce harper is in because of fan voting right right voted in as starter because most recognizable right trout bryce harper they're a handful of names there was no yeah he's gotta be in jose altuve e i mean you're going to have a handful maybe a dozen guys we're going to get voted in by the fans because they have a reputation harper has a reputation and if you don't live in the dc area don't follow the nets you likely aren't fully aware that he's hitting in the low to twenties or below to twenty even though he's homer twenty one time and if you're giving those.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yeah we probably struck out there that's for sure but it gets you thinking about the great father son duos in all of sports and from that list that you provide a man i might wanna vote for the bonds now they think about it you can't vote for the bile can i i can't go off the boil you can't go off the bore right now in the early returns and you can vote on his poll question at heller sports at heller sports is my twitter handle follow me vote on the twitter poll question right now the leader there is cannon junior griffey even though i left the bonds fatherson duo off the list it's cannon junior now if you went the families and you add ally manning ina the archie peyton ally mix of that makes that more interesting if you put the berries in their the brothers barry along with dead rick that would make for a pretty interesting trilogy mix redesign the poll question let's put the raceway avant to hold on our time out you want a redesigned your own poll questioned be my guest and then the earnhardts aren't yeah the earnhardts here oh the earn are ugly ronnie unsers i'll drop curry i'll drop manning yeah include bonds and or the authors in their want you just do it sports specific and you can go from an ask our perspective than you can then you can include or racing perspective rather sore you can go chastened bill elliott you can go dale and junior earnhardt you can go unsers i mean there are lots of different directions you can go could it is it is a a a generational sport racing whether it's indycar nascar but you know we don't see in that very often is it you know what i mean you look at generational how about the the long family in the national football oh etter jaba matthews and the matthews defense of guys aren't gonna get as much attention slash love as the offense of guys i mean you could certainly argue that the matthews family has had as much success as the manning family it's just that those guys were quarterbacks get a little bit more pob three at quarterback and when it super bowls outweigh sure that's a good point till the forgot about the the matthews family.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yeah we probably struck out there that's for sure but it gets you thinking about the great father son duos in all of sports and from that list that you provide a man i might wanna vote for the bonds now they think about it you can't vote for the bile can i i can't go off the boil you can't go off the bore right now in the early returns and you can vote on his poll question at heller sports at heller sports is my twitter handle follow me vote on the twitter poll question right now the leader there is cannon junior griffey even though i left the bonds fatherson duo off the list it's cannon junior now if you went the families and you add ally manning ina the archie peyton ally mix of that makes that more interesting if you put the berries in their the brothers barry along with dead rick that would make for a pretty interesting trilogy mix redesign the poll question let's put the raceway avant to hold on our time out you want a redesigned your own poll questioned be my guest and then the earnhardts aren't yeah the earnhardts here oh the earn are ugly ronnie unsers i'll drop curry i'll drop manning yeah include bonds and or the authors in their want you just do it sports specific and you can go from an ask our perspective than you can then you can include or racing perspective rather sore you can go chastened bill elliott you can go dale and junior earnhardt you can go unsers i mean there are lots of different directions you can go could it is it is a a a generational sport racing whether it's indycar nascar but you know we don't see in that very often is it you know what i mean you look at generational how about the the long family in the national football oh etter jaba matthews and the matthews defense of guys aren't gonna get as much attention slash love as the offense of guys i mean you could certainly argue that the matthews family has had as much success as the manning family it's just that those guys were quarterbacks get a little bit more pob three at quarterback and when it super bowls outweigh sure that's a good point till the forgot about the the matthews family.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yeah we probably struck out there that's for sure but it gets you thinking about the great father son duos in all of sports and from that list that you provide a man i might wanna vote for the bonds now they think about it you can't vote for the bile can i i can't go off the boil you can't go off the bore right now in the early returns and you can vote on his poll question at heller sports at heller sports is my twitter handle follow me vote on the twitter poll question right now the leader there is cannon junior griffey even though i left the bonds fatherson duo off the list it's cannon junior now if you went to families and you add ally manning into the archie peyton ally mix of that makes that more interesting if you put the berries in their the brothers berry along with dead rick that would make for a pretty interesting trilogy lips redesign the poll question let's put the raceway avant vaunted hold on boiler timeout out you want a redesigned your own poll questioned be my guest and then the earnhardts aren't yeah the earnhardts here oh the earn are ugly ronnie unsers i'll drop curry i'll drop manning yeah include bonds annual or the officers in their want you just do it sport specific and you can go from an ask our perspective than you can then you can include or racing perspective rather sore you can go chastened bill elliott you can go dale and junior earnhardt you can go unsers i mean there are lots of different directions you can go could it is it is a a a generational sport racing whether it's indycar nascar but you know we don't see in that very often is it you know what i mean you look at generational how about the the long family in the national football oh adeyabo the matthews and the matthews defensive guys aren't gonna get as much attention slash love as the offense of guys i mean you could certainly argue that the matthews family has had as much success as the manning family it's just that those guys were quarterbacks get a little bit more pob three at quarterback and when it's super.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket of course this may be the most rewarding to do you do today rolling through a monday on the rich eisen show we welcome you aboard i'm mike heller that's john rds you can follow me on twitter heller sports wanted tweet at me will get that over the air if it's appropriate or john obvious which is at john obvious radio i'm not even gonna try you can figure that out on your own yeah there's no h and john and there's it's a are i so don't even try to follow and follow me yeah you can follow me at heller sports and be a tweet at rich eisen show i'll see that as well as we roll through this monday on the rich eisen show rich is back in the chair on thursday and friday of this week we jumped back in fill in next monday's well so we're in here today tomorrow on wednesday riches back on thursday and friday and then one more day next monday on the president's day third day of the holiday weekend in the nba all star break we'll be back in with you on monday job before the break you had said eighteen years ago today what are you talking about do you remember what you were doing february 12th 2000 i don't do your member what you probably watched on television that night i don't i do and i'm never going to forget it and in fact it's kind of funny the way i watched it i know dvr eighteen years ago so i was in college in me and my buddies head to set up the vcr to record the nba slamdunk contest on this date mike in the year 2000 vince carter put on that memorable slam shell and one the slamdunk contest and i remember coming back.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket of course this may be the most rewarding to do you do today rolling through a monday on the rich eisen show we welcome you aboard i'm mike heller that's john rds you can follow me on twitter heller sports wanted tweet at me will get that over the air if it's appropriate or john obvious which is at john obvious radio i'm not even gonna try you can figure that out on your own yeah there's no h and john and there's it's a are i so don't even try to follow and follow me yeah you can follow me at heller sports and be a tweet at rich eisen show i'll see that as well as we roll through this monday on the rich eisen show rich is back in the chair on thursday and friday of this week we jumped back in fill in next monday's well so we're in here today tomorrow on wednesday riches back on thursday and friday and then one more day next monday on the president's day third day of the holiday weekend in the nba all star break we'll be back in with you on monday job before the break you had said eighteen years ago today what are you talking about do you remember what you were doing february 12th 2000 i don't do your member what you probably watched on television that night i don't i do and i'm never going to forget it and in fact it's kind of funny the way i watched it i know dvr eighteen years ago so i was in college in me and my buddies head to set up the vcr to record the nba slamdunk contest on this date mike in the year 2000 vince carter put on that memorable slam shell and one the slamdunk contest and i remember coming back.

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"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket of course this may be the most rewarding to do you do today rolling through a monday on the rich eisen show we welcome you aboard i'm mike heller that's john rds you can follow me on twitter heller sports wanted tweet at me will get that over the air if it's appropriate or john obvious which is at john obvious radio i'm not even gonna try you can figure that out on your own yeah there's no h and john and there's it's a are i so don't even try to follow and follow me yeah you can follow me at heller sports and be a tweet at rich eisen show i'll see that as well as we roll through this monday on the rich eisen show rich is back in the chair on thursday and friday of this week we jumped back in fill in next monday's well so we're in here today tomorrow on wednesday riches back on thursday and friday and then one more day next monday on the president's day third day of the holiday weekend in the nba all star break we'll be back in with you on monday job before the break you had said eighteen years ago today what are you talking about do you remember what you were doing february 12th 2000 i don't do your member what you probably watched on television that night i don't i do and i'm never going to forget it and in fact it's kind of funny the way i watched it i know dvr eighteen years ago so i was in college in me and my buddies head to set up the vcr to record the nba slamdunk contest on this date mike in the year 2000 vince carter put on that memorable slam shell and one the slamdunk contest and i remember coming back.

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"heller" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Man heller yielding had replaces icing oh that is a point and the nature of the ira's legal what but i am among others that we moved in on the one is the absolute because one of these was that we had the alex has some in particular i'd like to do something much when you use and we being on civil mercy of the boeing we a number of are on trial the region genuinely birds an i.

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"heller" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"heller" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"You know rob portman of ohio schilling more capital of west virginia it's like the six degrees supper asian kinda thing you may not know somebody but you know somebody who know somebody kinda thing what do you think of any all any and all that john what's tell me your opinion like the six degrees separation kinda thing you may not know somebody but you know somebody who knows somebody kinda thing what do you think of any all any and all of that john which tell me your opinion dumb and it up for reelection in 2018 heller dienel arrive lethem reelection next year and the go he wrote um upper reelection in 2018 heller dean heller right these of reelection next year and the go he wrote you know i i i take you plan to undo adam r e you know you heard by argue golden abal firm is the richest man in nevada and the old than adults z richer men resuspend event and not dean heller we got to make sure we gotta go words matter yeah the casino mogul i guess he really cares more about the added to drinking note well i opinion but it it all a johnny's up for reelection so you've got leverage your leverage is on the ballot next year burning his leverage rowing after temporary mme wolpe's see see what you've just done is you've just defeated yourself you just gave yourself a reason to be depressed and give up you did you say soldiers run another death again pain and win you just talked yourself out of fighting john i love you and your my friend but i want it this is a teachable moment you just you just said well just went another less gabbay that is your way of saying will probably lose any way 'cause they'll just do the same thing you did last time and now you've just let the era of your own balloon you you took your own air out of your own balloon the republicans didn't have to do anything you just did it to yourself because you.

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