30 Burst results for "Herndon"
"herndon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They have a clear line of vision Mister herndon mentioned that he was fatigued So that probably impaired his ability to accurately recall the details of the crime He also had divided attention He was on the cell phone with his wife so he was alternating his attention between those three things between the road talking to his wife and viewing the crime scene Another problem that came out is I noticed that part of the time that mister herndon viewed the crime scene was in the rearview mirror which would actually create additional problems That's not the best way obviously Viewer crime scene He says the other witnesses were good distance away from the scene too He also points out that clay herndon wasn't interviewed for 19 days and during that time something they heard or read about the case could have affected his memory One of the rules is you want to interview an eyewitness as soon as they're emotionally and physically capable of being interviewed and the circumstances of the investigation permit And the reason for that is something called the forgetting curve Wise says the forgetting curve shows that people start to lose key details right away Putting on your prosecutor's hat would you be comfortable with these eyewitnesses No I would have wanted more information Wise told me he's not qualified to judge whether the witnesses are credible or not But he says as a former prosecutor he wouldn't have put a lot of weight into these statements because there's a possibility that they recall things inaccurately When investigators arrived at.
Minnesota Vikings Acquire TE Chris Herndon From New York Jets
"Traded to Minnesota, that's big for fantasy. Top 15 top 15 tight end Smith hurt I if you if you hung in there unheard in. What's wrong with you? If you hung in there unheard and what is wrong with I was hiring Chris Herndon than anybody in the world. And I and I did not hang in on Chris Herndon. I was out.
Fort Bend ISD Board Approves Mask Mandate for Students, Staff
"And staff will soon be required to wear masks. All fort bend. Isd schools the decision to mandate face coverings was settled in a four to three vote last night by the district's board of trustees the mandate will take effect once the administration puts in place protocols for the requirement dozens of fort ben. Isd parents protested both for and against mask last night at that school board meeting our savant herndon was there and says people were passionate on. Both sides of the issue for been is parent. Kelly post says she's not dismissing the six hundred sixty five active cases within the district. But she doesn't think it's fair to blame schools. The first day of school hundreds of cases where reporting we know that they didn't get it from school. So why are we counting these numbers. School postings mass mandate isn't needed cureton. who's in outer another parent disagrees. Because of how nervous her kid is in class. I'm frantic every day. And frankly he had a very mild stomach today. And i kept him home. Other parents are wondering how long mass mandate will be in place for and if it will actually work keeping cases
Confusion surrounds Volkswagen’s reported name change
"Was a press release from volkswagen today. That came out mistakenly because the press release was actually labeled for april twenty ninth. I wish it had been labeled for april first but this press release said that volkswagen will be changing the name of its us operations to volkswagen of america. Vlt s volkswagen according to cnbc quote. The release said volkswagen of america would remain an operating unit of volkswagen group of america and a subsidiary of volkswagen g with headquarters in herndon virginia. And so thankfully. I don't think this means they're actually changing the brand or how they would refer to the brand in america on branding. Cnbc just says that they would have a lighter coloured vw logo for electric vehicles versus darker colored vw logo for gas powered vehicles. Hopefully vw is just having fun with their company name as an entity. Which at the end of the day would be inconsequential. The case i'm fine with it go had vw. Get your attention. Great move if they're actually changing their brand name in the us volkswagen. And i'll have a different. The week definitely didn't seem intentional. But i don't know maybe. They were putting that out there to gauge the reaction. I guess we'll find out the full story and a month
Browns' playoff chances take hit with 23-16 loss to Jets
"The jets pulled off their second stunner in his many weeks by holding off the Browns twenty three twenty the Browns raced most of a twenty to three deficit before Baker Mayfield fumbled twice in the fourth quarter once on a sack in the second coming on fourth and one with one eighteen remaining Jamison Crowder caught a touchdown pass and threw one to Braxton Berrios son a razzle dazzle play Sam Darnold threw a TD pass to Chris Herndon and newer clinched the number two overall pick Mayfield threw for two hundred eighty five yards but the tenor five Browns manage just forty five on eighteen carries I'm the ferry
"herndon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Estate, perhaps commodities and golden different things. Multiple asset classes, having multiple streams of income coming in. That's true diversification we believe, and especially as you're approaching retirement and in retirement. So we just sat down with a couple and did a client review for them, Kristen, we help them out Three years ago. Three years ago, they called into our show. And they were living here in Herndon, Virginia, at the time. Not too far from our office in Ashburn. There now, 70. When they came to us, they were 67. Okay. They've got $1.6 million saved and invested all of that. 67 years old was in the market 100% of it. They were just about to retire. They knew they needed to make some changes. They are actively now withdrawing money's out of their portfolio. Four supplemental income on top of their government pensions and social security, and they knew they may need to make some changes. So they came to us because all of their money was at one huge, big box firm. Everybody would know who the name of it is. And that firm just basically is an investment manager. And that is fine, You know, especially when you're working and maxing out your accounts, and you know 10 to 15 years away from retirement, but not at the point of retirement. And not end the retirement, right. You can have everything in the market, especially when you're about to pull money out for income, so they knew they needed make some changes. And they did. And when they started working with us, they came down to. I believe, uh, 60 40, meaning 60% of the money They left in the market and 40%. They pulled it out and they reduced risk a ton. And moved it into strategies that would provide downside protection when the market goes down, and the opportunity for growth, reasonable growth and the opportunity for income and retirement fast forward three years later to just a week ago. Concern at the election could affect the market, right. And so now they want to come down to a 40 60 with 40% in the market and 60% out. In other words. Their appetite for risk has gone down even further, and I don't blame them because they're both 70 years old. They have $1.6 million safe. That's a good amount of money saved, plus two federal pensions and two souls, two security checks and in our opinion, from an asset standpoint, they've won the game, you know. And why are you going to continue to risk what you have for something you don't need, And they've realized that And they are now thinking, Hey, we would just want it consistent, Reasonable return, You know a four or five, maybe a six from time to time instead of the opportunity, Tioga, 30 and a negative 30. And so that's exactly what they're going to do. They're going to reduce risk a little bit more. And so they're diversified. They have money's in annuities, cash stocks, some bonds and real estate. That's five different asset classes right there. Divers that's diverse, and they're very comfortable with it. And that's what most of our clients have a mixture of all those different things, and that will help clients to feel as comfortable as possible in retirement, not having all your eggs in one basket being diversified as much as possible. That's exactly what they did. So where do you stand now? And in the future of your retirement portfolio analysis is a great way to find out like this couple did know what's happening with your money For one case, various assets like I raise..
"herndon" Discussed on WTOP
"With are out of the ordinary is the good news. First in Thornberg 95. North bound up near exit 1 18 accident activity has indeed cleared. 95 south bound near the Fairfax County Parkway had crashed clean up there that was along the right side accident activity 95 south down near Dale City and better News and Stafford. 95 South and after center Port Parkway that accident activity also cleared. So your lanes air open south bound on the Fairfax County Parkway down near 1 23 reports of one in the ditch facing the wrong way. Fairfax County Parkway and West Oxford. Up in Herndon. There was a crash. Georgetown Pike near River Bend Road, one, maybe off the roadway possibly overturned. And we'd had a diversion point in seven corners or in falls Church. As you ride 50 westbound headed toward Route seven. We have the earlier accident activity that had the westbound lanes closed and traffic was being diverted into the service road way to get past the crash. Westbound eastbound travel lanes, though, are open. Now you're going to find in Maryland there's a delay on the Beltway topside, outer loop. You're headed to a crash that is after Connecticut Avenue. It's over on the shoulders. There've been reports of one spun out on the inner loop of the Beltway was reported to be after the exit for Georgia Avenue, one broken down Virginia toward Maryland on the Internet before the Legion Bridge. Last seen it was blocking the right lane. Don't forget in Northwest Beach Drive closed between Blagged Avenue and Park Road. It's going to be closed till further notice from all the storm damage in last week, So just be aware Heads up on the rails. Metro's Blue line train service has been restored between Franconia and King Street from an earlier power problem. Residual delays continue in both directions. Ashley Homestore's semi annual sale is on now this week, say 50% off, plus taken extra 10% off Plus actually pays your sales tax at Ashley Home store. Jack Taylor. W T o p TRAFFIC with the Devil Gov four day forecast As we look toward the weekend storm team four's Matt Ritter is joining US live man. How's it looking Name Markets is looking OK, it's going to be dry. We still have some clouds.
"herndon" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I love home improvement shows. They are my eye candy. I adore that with all the channels out there. If you get me on a home rehab channel, I am hooked. One of the only things I would change about it is that when they come out and say, Hey, this great, beautiful kitchen and it's a gorgeous remodel and it on ly cost about $50,000 to do that immediately Turns people off, you know, A lot of people are on a budget myself included. And even if we had that winning lotto ticket in our hands, would you really want to spend 50 k 50 large or more on a kitchen? The answer, of course, is no. So imagine my delight When I started getting inundated with thes e mails from listeners Coast to coast, this one really grabbed me about the millennial couple on a budget using eBay. Craigslist and I'm assuming goodwill to create their dream house. This makes me so happy on so many levels because honestly, I feel like millennials get a bad rap. Sometimes the millennials I know Not only are they hard working their family oriented, they work their backsides off. They know how to save money, and they know how to spend it. And I love thes kind of examples. So this home who sent me this, Marissa, let's see Marissa. Casino. I hope I'm pronouncing that correctly. So here is this young woman and her husband, 30 year old husband, 29, year old photographer. Young lady spent the first part of their relationship sharing a group house with four roommates in Herndon, Virginia, which is a great money saving move. I love the roommate move, especially before you get married. You know you got when we were in college. I had roommates. Fun stuff. Big money saver now show they both held down jobs as well. Eventually, they saved enough money to get this beautiful. I love the pictures, a contemporary, light filled house in rest in in need of just the right amount of updating to make it their own..
Final takeaways from the 2020 Democratic National Convention
"First first virtual virtual National National Party Party convention convention is is in in the the books, books, but but it it wasn't wasn't just just the the lack lack of of balloon balloon drops drops or or cheering delegates that made this convention so different from the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia four years ago. In 2016, the wounds of a contentious primary were still on display this week. On the final night of the convention, The major 2020 Democratic primary candidates were featured in a primetime zoom like talk show format. Are, they gushed over Biden's decency and sense of purpose. I think the day I saw Joe, the clearest was on the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. Everyone, of course, was enormously honored to have the vice president here, but at some point in that speech, he shifted To the parents who had lost a child. To the man who had lost life. To someone who had experience loss. Very personally, and he spoke. Each of the families. From the heart. The week also featured a number of high profile Republicans who vouched for Biden's competency and centrism. Their job was to assure the white suburban moderates who have soured on Trump. That Biden is a safe choice. I'm sure they're Republicans and independents who couldn't imagine crossing over to support a Democrat. They fear Joe may turn sharp left and leave them behind. I don't believe that because I know the measure of the man. It's reasonable, faithful, respectful. And you know, no one pushes Joe around the through line in each night, and each speech was the threat our current president poses to our democracy. The urgency of this moment this administration has shown it will tear our democracy down. If that's what it takes for them to wait, so we're at an inflection point constant chaos. Leaves us adrift. The incompetence. Makes us feel afraid. Callousness makes us feel alone and if we want a chance to pursue any of these goals Any of these most basic requirements for a functioning society. We have to vote for Joe Biden in numbers that cannot be ignored because right now Folks who know they cannot win fair and square at the ballot box are doing everything they can to stop us from voting. There's a lot to get into. So let's dive right in. I am joined by a virtual panel of reporters who've been following the convention all week. Maya King is a reporter covering race, ethnicity and campaigns for politico. Alex Ready is politics reporter from McClatchy. And instead, Herndon is national politics reporter for The New York Times. Instead has actually been in the place where we were all supposed to be this week in Milwaukee instead. Could we start with you and tell us what it is like to actually be in a convention city? Where there's no convention. You know, I think that the, um the levels of the absence here had been even greater than folks would imagine. There are times when you would not even know that the convention was ostensibly being hosted a block away. There are very few protesters. There is very few sign age, the kind of hallmarks of convention that we're used to seeing. Are just totally absent. And so the few reporters who are here you know, have have have watched it virtually just like everyone else. There has been some some programming this week. They had a drive in to see that as a kind of projected in Delaware at the drive in of fireworks at the Milwaukee Zoo, That was about the only in person thing. And even that was kind of hard to see him for press to get into Just a cz. One anecdote or how difficult it wass. You know, I tried. We took a five minute convincing to get this bar to play Joe Biden speeds that the few reporters were at turning a. The kind of kind of exploitation from them was well, they took it from a city way. So so so why play it?
Man drowns at Leesylvania State Park
"Has drowned at a park in Woodbridge, 32 year old Naseer Moloch Kaze of Herndon was last seen swimming at the lease Vania State Park on Friday. The Liza Vania State Park on Friday a search effort that included the Coast Guard was launched in his body was found yesterday morning by police divers.
"herndon" Discussed on WTOP
"You'll find near 3 70 We've had reports of debris than in the local lanes. That ramp to go, Saunders Shady Grove Road, We'd had a reported accident. Outweighs slowdown. Yikes! It's slow back near Central Avenue all the way to 4 50 This is going to be after Exit 20 Annapolis Road. The right lane remains black. With the clean up of the accident. Three to the left will get you by. We're good to go between the Beltway's on 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway. Nowhere is south of town. In the coming in from joint base. Andrews all the way down toward the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Thie crash coming into the district inbound New York Avenue before Bladensburg Road was in the right lane Massachusetts AVENUE, a 12 street Northwest fire department activity, a pedestrian crash was along Southern Avenue near Wheeler Road. Caution up in northwest on Whitehaven Parkway of 37th Street. There was a crash a lot of activity around ST Martin's Church in Northwest Expect parking restrictions and street closures possible from Metropolitan police Senior Officer Keith Williams his services this morning you'll find in Virginia Way slow. 50 East. Excuse me 66 eastbound beginning at 50 coming eastbound. As you head toward the Beltway. The accident activity moved safely to the right shoulder. Now your lanes are open. But I always find between Alexandria and McClane 95 north. We were a little heavy Dale City to Woodbridge, 3 95 looks good. Leaving the Beltway north up toward the 14th Street Bridge at a Herndon, 28 north after McClaren road, there'd been an earlier crash. Do use caution there. Jack Taylor. W T o p traffic, not a strong team for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. It was hot over the weekend, and not only was it hot, it was humid, especially if you were an area that had some rain..
"herndon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That location and I think that is what I am hearing across the country the people in the cool part of the process you're listening to a state Herndon his national political reporter for The New York Times also with us is Amy Allison founder and president of she the people and Simone Sanders senior adviser for Joe Biden's twenty twenty presidential campaign not Simone at his campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma this Saturday president trump had a few words for Joe Biden he said five months from now we're going to defeat sleepy Joe Biden we're going to stop the radical left trump also tied try to tie bite into demonstrators taking down statues across the country saying if Biden is elected he will surrender to these mobsters how do you respond to that look Donald Trump has tried this this tactic if you will the sensational language trying to trying anything he can frankly just saying anything that he thinks will stick to vice president Biden you know what I remember from that rally all on Saturday evening one of the most outrageous moments that I think many folks have been talking about since then is the president admitting that he put politics ahead of the safety and economic well being of the American people more than twenty million people still remain out of work in this country nearly a hundred twenty thousand people have died from the coronavirus many of those out of work and many of those dead are African American and Latino folks in this country who have been disproportionately affected by the corona virus pandemic and Donald Trump told us on that stage that he told his cortical people to slow testing because of them and the numbers are going up and so at this point what vice president Biden has said and what our campaign I'm upset over the last couple of days is that you know Donald Trump claimed more than three months ago that everybody they want to test to get a test and that was a lie a lie that cost thousands of lives lives and now we know why we know why he did that Donald Trump time and time again has noted that he is willing to put his personal political interests ahead of those of the American people ahead of our democracy and that is not what a president does and so we're going to continue to call that out on the the campaign trail directly and we're going to continue to remind voters but there there's one other thing I want to respond to I I when I say I we hear the the the sentiments of voters across the country black voters especially yeah not just for their once in a vice presidential pick but also in in this wanting to be a part of the process I think the the the panel is absolutely right like we're hearing that and I think we are responding to that in a number of different ways but one of the key ways we responded is it our first paid media blitz that we went up with last Friday we did targeted engagement and media ads in print digital radio as well to ask an American Latino voters in June of aware with over a hundred thirty days before election day so this is not the first time that we've gone up in the communities of color I'm in this won't be the last time we are sustained were up right now as I speak on radio and in print one digital right in Florida Detroit like all over and are you making around I say that to say that we are taking this very seriously and we do understand that it is going to take a broad coalition in order to be Donald Trump this November but for us after American voters that includes after American men Latino voters especially Latino men are important in that process so our white voters so our young voters of all backgrounds and so that is really what our strategy is and I think that is affected and we are and how the vice president Dr by not spending that time and we're we're spending resources and how we will stand up organizations state organizations across this country well this is Simone let's talk more about this agenda from buy to specific specifically for the black community you brought it up earlier when you talked about conversations with young people lift every voice tell us what's in that plan because people are saying you know by Dan doesn't have a black agenda that's specific enough for me so what do you say I say that first first and foremost our campaign is the the first campaign in since since I've been alive and paying attention to politics that went up with a plan for the African American community in a general election usually folks with these plans out in a primary and I make a call to call general election perfect we are playing came out in the general election or or once vice president Biden was the presumptive nominee because asking American voters are key to our efforts and critical to our efforts this November let the basically our plan is a comprehensive agenda for African Americans in this country but it is a plan specifically with the ambition that matches the scale of the challenges with the recognition that race neutral policies frankly are not a sufficient response to race based disparities and I think that is key so we talk about we we talk about housing we talk about advancing the economic mobility of African Americans in closing the racial and income gaps that's a was a wealth creation agenda which has housing which is small business week talking at education expanding access to high quality education making investments in ending health disparities as specifically as it relates to race strengthening America's commitment to justice be a criminal justice reform in police reform we also talk about the right to vote those that plan also addresses making the right to vote and equal protection under the law real for African Americans and addressing environmental justice it's a lot it's a long planned and it is a more than twenty two pages and we call this a living document and I think when we say that folks think that if the old that's just what we're saying to to wiggle out from under any criticism but truly we don't have all the answers right but you have put forth a roadmap to go forward and indeed this is not something that just lives on paper on the internet these policies are foundational documents and foundational understanding this is how Joe Biden for how Joe Biden will govern as president well I just want to give yes yeah note that it got it instead you are talking to the voters or you're the one that's on the ground I just want to hear from you as we're running out of time here last minute do does Biden have their vote and what.
"herndon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Left and in Herndon a vehicle fire on west ox road is that Nathaniel oaks north of rugby road now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. L. stormwatch seven forecast look for clouds and sunshine by the afternoon to the winds will pick up going to be a little breezy the high today just around sixty degrees tomorrow mid sixties also on Wednesday and then seventies for Thursday mid eighties by Friday and the weekend that's the best chance of rain will be on Friday on ABC seven meteorologist Rhonda Johnson in the store with seven winners and currently in our nation's capital we're at fifty two degrees of five twenty six on WMAL the current emergency cabinet discounts can still assist you with your more modern projects using remote consultation it's easy to get your kitchen and bathroom modeling project started right now log in to cabinet discounters dot com and fill out the consultation request form and experience designer contact you by phone or email to begin the remote consultation discounters one should remain safe without having to put your life on that's why we created the consultation to get things started right away get back to normal the project get your kitchen right right right now with Renault consultation this check it out at.
"herndon" Discussed on WTOP
"And weather on the aids and win a brain surgeon you with a slowdown ninety five north bound mainline Dale city coming in Woodbridge and have your through Lorton toward Newington no troubles into the Springfield interchange on the beltway either live or on to three ninety five north down wide open up to the fourteenth street bridge sixty six getting a little heavier now eastbound writing at a Manassas towards Centerville quite on the green when the Dallas toll road headed east towards about white on read seven Arlington king street closed between dollars Avenue in south Chesterfield road with accident in an on going investigation at a Herndon westbound read seven Georgetown pike follow police direction there westbound reported lanes blocked eastbound was unaffected but if police are on scene potentially grabbed one of your lines to get westbound traffic by just follow their direction we're good to go so far in the valley Maryland topside Adelaide ninety five over to Georgia Avenue without delay two seventy south bend's heavy at eighty five then again leaving our banner headed toward one oh nine couple issues in Brandywine three oh one north after Missouri Avenue the crash with whenever turned off the right side or the left side a right to get by Brandywine road is closed between matter woman driving Missouri Avenue unfortunately here we've got a downed pole and wires the capital remodeling garden show February twenty first to the twenty third of the Dallas expo center buy tickets online and save three dollars and capital remodel and garden dot com Jack Taylor WTOP traffic showers over the southern suburbs in by nine AM as a cold front pushes through Labor Day turning sunny and breezy our house a rush of forty five to fifty it's nice guys will caught up going to be a colder night Carlos mid twenties to lower thirties cloud cover colder on Thursday could be a few snow flurries of the southern suburbs but no accumulation hi some thirty five to forty sunshine of a cold on funny husband upper thirties sunshine warmer on Saturday highs upper forties lower fifties warmer on Sunday highs mid to upper fifties I'm storm team four with urologist by Stanford and to come apart this morning it's forty six degrees west Springfield comes in at forty five and in the nation's capital looks like the clouds are still here this morning but the rain that appears.
"herndon" Discussed on KPCC
"Talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people AT P. always designing for people Herndon you pointed us to this moment when Biden is at Strom Thurman's funeral eulogizing him as particularly revealing of who he is as a candidate today and we repeatedly invited Joe Biden to tell us his story himself but of the four democratic presidential candidates that we decided to profile he's the only one to have declined to participate so where do you think that this story starts for Joe Biden will provide in I think the story starts in the nineteen sixties in Wilmington Delaware after the assassination of Martin Luther king the National Guard was called out in several cities the put down right one of these that is with Wilmington Delaware Wilmington was one of the cities that experience writes that change the landscape of the city for ever and those riots really built on the racial tension that was already existing in Delaware but now in Wilmington the National Guard is still on duty and the governor Charles very has no plan to send it back it's in that tension it's in the context of that tension that Joe Biden gets involved in politics and who is Joe Biden in this moment he was a lot of things he was a son of Delaware and also someone who had legitimate relationships in black communities in Wilmington so when the city is going through this tumultuous period biting sees those relationships I something that makes him unique in the community that's something that position Sam to make change so he decides to get involved in politics he moves from wall to run for the city council and then later for the Senate in nineteen seventy one hi I'm Joe Biden and I'm a candidate for the United States Senate and then that Senate race he leans on those relationships to craft a new brand a politician in the state you believe politicians.
"herndon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Herndon the corners gonna get called for holding AG brown out on the edge Myles Jack might tweak something on the bottom middle linebacker a UCLA the first number forty four Myles Jack take the cats from first down they don't lose miles Jackie the leading tackler he still on the field but he did look a little dig up on that play so thirteen fifty third quarter the lights are simmering down your Nissan stadium and Derrick Henry the loan set back in a first down a ten Tennessee at their own forty seven play action fake Danielle springs into a laptop wrote down the middle and he's got it to the rest the rookie of the year in the NFL across the twenty yard line he's up to the seven first year AT brown is been dynamic for Tennessee and it got to the right and that is being targeted AG brown zone coverage on the back end of brown does a nice job of settling into that void at that second level staff equipped with the seventeenth pick to Henry he wants to throw he loves it down the sideline John knew Smith was the target flag the waiter was back there on the coverage and will check the marker it could be the very first pass interference on I have back to the end of World War two the number for we he won't return he's been ruled out and the victim by his replacement there on a personal note number one is.
Abraham Lincoln Said He Owed Everything to His 'Angel Mother' and His 'Mama'
"Is considered by historians to be one of America's greatest presidents. He overcame childhood poverty to ascend to the country's highest office. He signed the emancipation proclamation. He led a divided nation through civil war. The the sixteenth president's accomplishments may not have happened. Were it not for two very important women in his life. His mother and stepmother. Lincoln kept most details about his family to himself. When a newspaper editor brought up the subject during the eighteen sixty presidential campaign he said only they were poor but privately he told his law partner and future sure biographer William Herndon God blessed my mother all that I am wherever hoped to be I owe to her. Liquids mother was named Nancy Hanks the ANC seemed to be the opposite of Lincoln Dad in just about every way. Liens father was short his mother tall. His father was dull and aimless his mother smart and motivated Hernan says that Lincoln's well documented propensity penalty for melancholy may have also come from her though she was kind and friendly neighbors told him that she was often be clouded by a spirit of sadness sadness when Lincoln was seven the family moved from Kentucky to a new settlement in Indiana where his days as were filled with farming chores and mischief with neighborhood kids in the wilderness but two years in tragedy struck his mother consumed Camila that was accidentally poisoned with whitesnake rid seven days later at age thirty four. She was dead. Lincoln was a man of many public words a skilled order who even wrote poetry but he left no record of what it was like like to lose his mother still there are clues historian David Herbert Donald points to a letter Lincoln wrote to a child who had just just lost a loved one Lincoln wrote in this sad world of ours sorrow comes to all and to the young it comes with bittersweet agony because it takes them unawares. I have had experienced enough to know what I say. Lincoln led a dreary existence after his mother's death. It was a dismal winter and his sister struggled to take up domestic duties in their one room dirt floor cabin but the following year their father moved the family to Kentucky a step. MOM quickly entered the children's turns lives. Her name was Sarah Bush Johnston a widow. Lincoln's father once had a crush on when she arrived at the family's log cabin with her three children from her first marriage. Lincoln was filthy hungry and starved for attention. Sarah was exactly what he needed. She whipped family into shape. She soaked down her new step children and outfitted them with her kids own clothes. She also insisted her husband been install a floor a proper door and windows to their home. Perhaps most importantly even though she herself was illiterate. Lincoln stepmother other made sure he had books to read and a school to attend. Lincoln had a difficult relationship with his dad but she convinced her husband that Lincoln should study at home as well at school. Lincoln attributed his newfound happy childhood to step mom's love he called her Mama as an adult to distinguish between them. Lincoln referred to his Biological Mother Nancy S. his Angel Mother Lincoln Step Mom last saw him in February eighteen sixty one on his way to Washington to assume the presidency it was not a happy visit from the time he had declared his candidacy she worried endlessly she later told Herndon I still felt and my heart pulled me that something would befall Abe and that I should never see him again. Of course she was right. Lincoln was assassinated in April eighteen sixty five just as the civil war was coming to a close his step. Mom died four years later. She was buried and address. Lincoln gave her the last time the two saw each other.
"herndon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Listening to the leery o'connor shells schon in Herndon your next up here John on the M. A. L. I. I said having a crisis of faith I still have my faith I just don't like going to my church well good afternoon thanks for taking my call two quick observations one your last comment about the the church getting too political I happen to be in Texas and did it visit my cousins church where he's the priest and they literally prayed for Donald Trump in the service locally yeah which I will be covered for gore the Richard got a little caught off guard on that was interesting you know I do here I mean listen I do here pre school pray for our elected leaders in our president they never name him they named him Donald president trump wow good for them then the other one on the the crisis of faith in the frustration with it I'm a Methodist we had family friends from out of town we went to the national cathedral for midnight candlelight service for Christmas Eve and it was it was shortly after one of the shootings that have occurred and I'm there for the pageantry in the joint at the birth of Christ and all of those things right and I'm lectured on how that church and I don't know if it's a disk appealing or whatever it is is actively now speaking out to be involved in the gun rights issue on Christmas Eve midnight mass yeah Oklahoma the light service you go and sit down and yeah I have all the creek yeah they do they go through all of this process to bring you you know spiritually to that moment two thousand years ago with Bethlehem with this Regulus event happen any search bringing of gun control yep John it it it if it's the national cathedral here on Wisconsin it's it is a past couple.
"herndon" Discussed on Exvangelical
"Me. Day. Probably. Yeah. He's very quick with that blocked by he is. He is funny because we used to be we I there was appointment life thousand become a next nine church planner. And he he was all buddy buddy with me so on Twitter. So, but yet to be able to put it within a narrow tell tell that overarching narrative of people who have went into evangelical why they went into evangelism with family, or you know, you've felt a sense of belonging kinda deconstruction process, and what's happening afterwards to show the diversity that it's not it's not just one type of person is not just one gender. It's not one race or or sexual orientation. This system has really done some toxic damage to a lot of people and to really showcase that. I'm not looking at. I, you know, I'm I'm thinking I'm gonna bring down the van Jokela system. I want to tell people stories I want to highlight the stories of people who don't normally get highlighted who. Don't don't people when people think of evangelical they don't normally think those people don't normally think of and bring their stories to the forefront. Have fun professor who. Always encouraging us, you know, those of you who are white men, and they're very universities very upfront about this. Like, those of you in the film industry who you're white straight men, use your privilege for the greater good leverage, your privilege, not to, you know, give a handout to people color acquire Fokker women. But to like when you have an opportunity to highlight someone highlight a personal color. You know, highlight queer folks highlight women have women on your crew do do these things 'cause lotta times they're far more qualified than than the friends who are around you. It's really tempting in the film industry to just hire your friends around usually your friends around. You look just like you. Of it. But being encouraged to do that I've also been able to have. So my friend group at school is just so diverse in amazing. You know, if you would've told me, I would have friends who are not only people color, but trans well, I call it on the phone. But hey, you wanna hang out if you have told me that years ago? I would've said you're lying or from another. I. But yes, just highlight. I'm blabbing on here. I know, but to take this update really push those stories to the forefront. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. And that and so with that in mind where are you in development? What are you? What's your cause? You have finishing school in front of me right now that sort of the first thing, but then what's what's the sort of plan? Because this this is a pretty ambitious goal. You have like this. This is a feature film idea. And that's not a that's not a small thing to to develop for sure. It is not. No, luckily, where our live Ashland, Oregon was moviemaker magazine, which is interesting industry magazine for the film industry named Ashton Oregon, the fourth the fourth best smaller medium sized town to live in if you're filmmaker. Oh, they're they're actors here, they're filmmakers here. There are people who live here in the rogue valley in Medford Ashland, Oregon who fly to LA for two weeks work on a film or set and then flattening live here their residents is here. So it's amazing place for filmmaker. So there's a lot of resources so being the film's gotten connected with producers who worked pretty consistently with Netflix and some other other studios into they have helped me develop a budget to really put this out as a full length feature film that's going to be on the festival circuit. It's going to be as independent film and give me certain ideas about connecting studios and things of that nature and. Within the process. We've we've raised three thousand dollars. Go fund me page as kind of help us by. We bought we bought and purchased or now have access to all the gear we need to make this film happen. Great super excited about that. Where the next bit of money is gonna come come as the travel cost lodging to get the crew and make up having 'cause I'm also really committed to making sure everyone on this film, who who works on the film is compensated fairly that we have diverse cast and crew Michelle all those things happen because I only want, you know, talk talk, I'm gonna walk the walk on this. So with a word kind of moving forward with that might my last drama film schools coming up, I just finished finals today and for this term next year. I'm actually going to be an advanced community class and doing my capstone with that. I am going to be working on. I fifteen twenty minute version of the film where have about six students on a team with me or. We're going to go pretty much in Oregon and talk to you know, expend Gentles in southern Oregon and probably in the Portland area's well or hoping and produce a fifteen twenty minutes film, miniature film short film about this. And it's with that our hope is to then take that piece, you know, shot in four k really high quality and take that the studios and Blake's we did this. We can produce a story that you know, I hate putting this way. But it's the way he talked to film people the story that will sell it as hot right now. You know, look on CBS look on. Newsweek, this is a hot story right now. Especially in Trump's America, this story that needs to be told, and we are the ones to do it. We are the ones you need to tell the story into go them and hopefully get a studio on board and goes to hundred thousand dollars into really make you know, our have to our film, featuring expand Gentles from around the nation around the world and telling their arc and their story about not only. How they went to evangelism and their deconstruction. But what are they doing? Now house their life different now for better for worse. And I really also want to focus on the mental health struggle. Big thing for me is just dealing with the loss of identity. My Denny was stuck in evangelical and have had to you know, I pray to my Lord savored Brock Obama everyday for ObamaCare because I would not I would not be able to earn all the therapy. I've had to go to since leaving evangelism. It wasn't for ObamaCare. I'm thankful for it. But what does it look like a really realize the the mental health struggles I want delve into that a little bit. And so people kind of get different perspective on what this system does to people and TOPIX to any fundamentalist religious system. So, but some there's something about eventual because especially with the United States, that's just it's just kind of permeated every part of our culture and into the media into the politics. That's kind of very very damaging sore Scientology, which is very very fun. They're very up front per se. But it's very clear where they stand there. Clear organization, you've Anjelica some kind of loose conglomerate of you have your folks family have all these different organizations, but never seen as like this big huge thing. Like, the Catholic church like Scientology radio. Yeah. Just highlighting how different. How someone who wasn't pentecostals southern Baptist or you know, fundamentalists conservative Baptist. How all their stories kind of look the same and what what that's done to them. And how are they now making the world better place? They made their life better or how they still struggling. Yeah. That's great. And then that's that's really cool. And I I really am excited to see you really run after this, and sort of tell the tell these stories in that medium because especially as you mentioned within the moment in history where I'm like, I'm very much proponent of XV's telling their stories and speaking speaking those things. Really just truth the power because the ones that are empower. Yes. Yes. So we're very uniquely qualified and speaking to that and being the ones that can really help to translate things, you know, because a lot of times, Joel speaking code. Yes. Yes. We did. I did. And so being able to to do that and to shut share these stories that are both important personally as well. As politically is is really powerful. And I'm glad you're you're out there doing that. Where can people? Find more information about the documentary and how they can support the documentary is the go fund me still live the go fund me still live. We raise almost three thousand dollars off each refunds now are gonna go towards actual production costs traveling paying feeding crew getting up and down. He rental stuff. We need that. It's gonna help a hint handle that. And so you can go to go dot com slash the exponential calls, and it's it's all there also on Twitter and Instagram. It's just expand Jellicoe, doc, an Instagram and Twitter, and we also have a Facebook, which I think you can go find from the gofundme page it's there as well and jail Dila. Tomorrow's who's actually composing the film, an exponential. From Canada is whereas running social media coordinator for the Facebook pages constantly posting amazing articles, and she's doing a lot of stuff within the essential communities while when highlight her she's gonna be she's gonna be composing. The film. She's a film composer. She has an amazing story which are gonna be highlighting as well. Mazing person and excited have her on board disappointed shot at her. She's doing a lot of stuff on her own advocacy on her up in Canada for expand Jellicoe next fundamentalists. So that's awesome. That's great. And do you have your own website or Twitter handle that you wanna point to? I find me in all the various social media networks at Andy Herndon on Twitter on Instagram Facebook fairly open to that as well. I don't post too much personal stuff on there. So. Bug me. Too much doctor. I've actually I love how many exponential folks. I've connected with on Facebook. Also, my my YouTube channel opposed all the promo stuff on that. It's just a YouTube dot com slash any Herndon. I do a lot of logs about kind of the mental health aspect of being an exponential leaving evangelical him. In dealing with guilt. As a former evangelical pastor and philosophy on there and just putting exponential content. You too I feel has been very good for me. Because I know you to was the first place I went to and there was nothing there at the time. So just having that out there and seeing other people begin to post on on you to about their journey has been really, it's it's it's a free therapy session for me. My camera up just talk at it. So a lot of grading gauge been on there. And and connections has been good very cool. Andy, thank you so much for joining me on the show today. Tell me about your project about your life. I'm really excited to see what what's coming next for you. Thank you so much for having. Appreciate you taking the time. I know it's almost ten o'clock there, so not feeling things for priest. Yeah. Of course. Awesome.
"herndon" Discussed on Exvangelical
"Hello and welcome back Jellicoe. I mean host played Chastain. I just this week is Andy Herndon a former evangelical pastor and the director of the upcoming documentary project the exponential goals. This is a great conversation in. We'll get to it as quick as we can. But first, let me just run through hike and follow me on social media. You can follow me directly on Twitter at B R Chastain. You can follow this show on Twitter and Instagram at extend Jellicoe pod. You can like the show on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash exponential pot. And he can also join the Facebook group at Facebook dot com slash groups slash extend. Joel finally, you can do to other things to help support the show you can support the show via patriot patron dot com slash extend Jellicoe pod, and you can rate and review the show on itunes. I tunes is still sort of the premier place for podcasts. Even though some places like Spotify are gunning for apple one of the things that really helps any podcast or you. Listen to is going and. Writing and reviewing their show on itunes or apple podcasts. It helps the algorithm helps make the show more discoverable. It really does make a difference. So if you could do that after this show that would be great, please tell others about the show as well. That's another great way to get the show out there. I will have some more information about some exciting things that will be doing after episode one hundred of the show, but I'm just teasing that a little bit here finally sound editing and production for this show was provided by Jake Louis. Thank you very much, Jake. All right. Let's get into it. Gentle Mike guess this week is Andy Herndon he is the director of the upcoming documentary the exponential gels. Welcome to the show. Andy, thanks for having me longtime listener, first-time caller. Yeah. Thanks for coming on. We've we chatted a little bit in the past. I'm excited to talk a bit about your your project. But before we get into that. I want to get into the story of you. So tell me a little bit about your your early childhood in sort of what your first exposure to religion was I familiarize myself a little bit with a couple of the videos that you've released recently, but I'd love to get into a little more detail on the podcast. I grew up the son of two do Baptist preacher kids. Both. My parents were grew up in the Baptist. Evangelical world both were pretty disillusioned by it. So we were always insure around her Cobb your Christmas and Easter night thing going on. They they been burned by the church. Both my parents had and sell. It was always kind of thing where. My my dad's parents always bugging the church need to be in church anytime with my grandparents my grandma would be preaching. I'd see him. And I be around it. The church actually destroyed. My my mom's side of the family, the church destroyed her parents marriage and Liam divorcing and leaving ministries because it will the stress of being in ministry was so tough and a group around it, and then I start going to a Christian school. And that's really kind of where my my indoctrination began. It was a I I don't know there's ever anything like this. It was a Pentecostal southern Baptist Christian school, inventor, California, which is just north of LA and very typical Christian school. We we took field trips to. To a protest abortion clinics like Fridays, certain Fridays, where you get a Princeton, slipping go and all these kids will go and protest abortion clinics. And very right wing women. Earliest memories of remembering cut, my doctor nation was as a third or fourth grader being told that our parents were sitting if they are voting for Bill Clinton back in nineteen ninety two. And my mother who you know will reason they put us in a Christian schools more. They want us in the public schools. It wasn't really for religious reasons. I remember she was so furious about this. But I took that to heart because my family was very dysfunctional. And there are some people who looked very functional look, very good. Tell me these things. So I just kind of took it to heart and soon after soon after that, my family
Veteran finishes marathon for fallen Marines
"If you haven't seen this video yet, you need to marine veteran who collapsed just short of the finish line at the Boston marathon, he turned down help from others. Got on his knees and crawl the final steps to end his race lighted. Mike Herndon, do it very prideful person competitive. And that's the thing. I just wanted to say I finished on my own, but the marathon wasn't his own at neither was the experience. Original why Ron is for fallen brothers? Happen overnight Hanson, and and their families as well. I was just telling myself really when times get tough throughout the race. I repeat their last names just short of his goal finishing in time to qualify for the New York City marathon, but race organizers were watching they say his, determination, and dedication, led them to invite him
Veteran crawls across Boston Marathon finish line in honor of fallen Marines
"If you haven't seen this video yet, you need to marine veteran who collapsed just short of the finish line at the Boston marathon, he turned down help from others. Got on his knees and crawl the final steps to end his race lighted. Mike Herndon, do it very prideful person competitive. And that's the thing. I just wanted to say I finished on my own, but the marathon wasn't his own. And neither was the experience. The reason why is for fallen brothers. Happen overnight ghanistan and and their families as well. I was just telling myself really one time she gets off throughout the race. I repeat their last names just short of his goal finishing in time to qualify for the New York City marathon, but race organizers were watching they say his, determination, and dedication, led them to invite him all the
Mexican authorities investigating after US student plunges to his death
"Tonight. Mexican authorities investigating after a Michigan college student plunged to his death from a seven four balcony at this Cancun hotel, a tragic end to what was supposed to be a spring break getaway. The girlfriend of nineteen year old Ahkmadov tie reportedly telling police he had been drinking and consuming toxic substances before his fatal fall, crystal Herndon and her husband who were staying on the same floor say L tie looked up set earlier that night. Home more. Noiseless and taught him angrily. Pacey board down the hallway her trying dragon. Get him sit down in other witness telling thirties tiny was running around the room then jumped his former classmates back in Dearborn. Michigan now, grieving believe it just hurts still Chuck is going Mexican authorities say this is a private investigation and are not providing any further details and David we reached out to that hotel. They are not
"herndon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I think Herndon was jealous of his Lincoln's relationship with Mary. And of course, Mary was jealous of Herndon because Lincoln spent so much time with them. You know? I mean, he was done early morning to almost late evening to do law. We're coming. Find the old state capitol Sevilla. Yes. Now in this, place course, Mr. Lincoln practice law. He was in the legislature here in this building Mary came into this building two very important times for me. One was when she watched him gives the house divided speech that the most important timeless when she watched him give up boats to Mr. turn Bill for the legislature to go to the US congress, and he turned over some votes to him that were given to Mr. Lincoln, and Mary was very disheartened that he would I give up legislative post. To another man as opposed to asking him to turn his votes to him. So Mary was very hard on on Mr. Lincoln about that. And if you turn into this parking lot right here to the left. Yep. And this would have been where an licensed Simeon Francis house would have been studying in this vicinity of six and Jefferson street. And who were they? Elisa, and Tim and Simeon was the editor of the newspaper Elisa was his wife, and when Mr. Lincoln, and Mary broke up for the first engagement broke up. First engagement broke up. Yeah. There's a lot. There's a lot of a.
"herndon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Herndon solutions group is a small business that has contracts with multiple government agencies including NASA and the department of the interior company, president Christine hurt and says as a result of the recent government shutdown small business federal contractors are getting annihilated. Now contractors joining forces with unions demanding some of the payday did not receive Andrew wander Bloomberg law says that might be a long shot last time this happened in two thousand thirteen contractors and unions, gather, they they saw and tried to get the contractor back pay on the same level as cetera employees and were unsuccessful. So it's it's yet to be determined. If this time round things will be different Herndon says she had to convince several of her workers not to seek employment. Elsewhere. After the shutdown. And that's the Bloomberg small business report from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best. It's forty eight minutes past the hour. And now, it's time for Bloomberg opinion. President Trump may not have much to say about artificial intelligence on the Twitter feed but credit where it's due. His administration has come up with a smart plan to ensure the US keeps up in an increasingly crucial industry holds immense. Promise is likely to boost productivity stimulate demand. Encourage innovation vastly improved. Consumer products. Eliminate waste and much more yet America's traditional lead in this field show signs of slippy. Trump's American initiative is a measured response it directs federal agencies to invest more in RND share data and computer models without side, researchers established technical standards boost workforce development and otherwise prioritize the technology, the plans, very modesty isn't advantage. Erected is is that the private sector must take the lead on this issue. The White House has shown an uncharacteristic planned aforethought and restraint. This editorial was written by. Bloomberg opinion editorials board. I'm David Shipley. For more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. Thank you, David. And now, let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations..
"herndon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Coast. Dr j Marvin Herndon with us. We'll take calls with him next hour, Marvin you call this the deep state perfect storm explain that. And I think you're probably right on. Well, this is this is the story. I it began with the the scientific community the geoscience community promoting without good proof without good evidence. The idea the global warming is occurring because of the carbon dioxide produced from burning fossil fuels. Well, this was taken over by the UN because now they have a way to if if they can control our economy control the burning of fossil fuels tax the burning of fossil fuels they have a way to distribute redistribute money. It's also a lot of people can be making money along the way. Well, then along came the idea of doing something to prevent are to counteract global warming. That's the the aerial spraying the Chem trails and by twenty ten it became literally a global near global near daily activity. And this could only be done through the military. But but no one has the authority to do that. This is all secret operation, but base with a lot of disinformation professional disinformation and deceiving people as to the health risks. And so you have the military being able to literally control the weather to cause storms or floods are drought says it's happened in California defecating our planet making this this area of our planet making it prone to to exacerbated forest. Fires. Who tells who what havoc to 'cause this is all a secret operation and who made them God all of a sudden exactly exactly they are playing God with with with the the the planet. And so this is this is what's wrong now here. Here's the interesting part, George. There are many scientists who disagree with the idea of carbon dioxide causing global warming. But until just recently nobody's been able to prove it or find out what the real story is. And this is what I've done in the last couple of months, and it's an interesting story how this happened in twenty seventeen January the nineteenth the New York Times had a front page picture. A graph of thermal profile of of the earth surface over time. And there was a bump at World War Two. So a Harvard physicist by the name of Bernard Gotch, talk got eight databases from Noah, and and use sophisticated curfew ding techniques, and and showed that that's a common element of all eight databases for land and for water, and that's a. A robust feature and what he concluded is that that global warming teak is a consequence of human activity during World War Two. Well, when I saw his work. I was inspired by it. Because here's the reason they're the all of the munitions the amount of factory operations. The, you know, the running the factories twenty four hours a day seven days a week all of those things they explosions in the air could could produce two things that could alter the balance between the of of heat between the earth and the sun one of them is carbon dioxide, but the other our particular particles little fine particles that get into the atmosphere. And so what I did. And this is published now I I took his plot. This is by the way, this is the second of the figures that your your folks have have posted on your website. I took his figure and I plotted three you could call them proxies for pollution things that cause pollution like crude oil production. Nobody wants pollution Marvin. Right. But here's the thing. Look, the the the the real secret is you look at that peak and it drops off right after World War Two now. Carbon dioxide stays in the atmosphere for decades or even hundreds of years, so that couldn't be what caused the peak, but the particular particulars, they fall out of the atmosphere. In a matter of days or maybe weeks. And so that's what's that's what's happened. This is the evidence that number one the whole climate science community has been wrong and number two that the real enemies that we have is pollution particularly pollution. You've got India. Pouring out there exhaust from their coal burning furnaces right into the air, you've got China doing the same thing. And you you also have lots of exhaust coming from the, for example, the great amount of aircraft that we're we're flying things like that. So this is this is the real enemy is particularly pollution. It's not carbon dioxide now. Do they expect these California fires when they did all this? Or did they even care that while they didn't care? The one thing about the military is when they have a mission. Our believe they have a mission. Nothing stands in the way. There was a time during the fifties sixties and into the early seventies when nuclear warfare was their mission, and they did horrible things they gave pregnant women radioactive iron. Tell them it was vitamins, they injected newborn babies some as young as a week old with radioactive iodine to what to experiment on them experiment on them. Yes. They also fed radioactive fallout to people they did experiments where they where they put radioactive sources in school rooms. I mean, this is documented this is this is this is not this is not fantasy or well. I also know that they tested chemicals, and sprayed them over people in Saint Louis. They tested sailors with an in a navy ship sprayed them. I mean, horrendous thing they conducted war games with the military right under the mushroom cloud. There's a book called behind the fog by Lisa Martino Taylor that I would recommend on have no connection. Whatsoever with the lady, but she did a very thorough job of documenting some of these atrocities. So you can you can really understand from this that the military has absolutely no concern for human or environmental wellbeing, and I will tell you there's a lot of evidence that what they're spraying is harmful for humans and for birds and for insects and for forest, it's literally destroying life on earth. You know, Marvin you are one of the first scientists to admit that there's Chem trails. Well, the science community. I I tell you I'm I'm really ashamed of scientist. Real science is about telling the truth. It's about learning the true nature of earth and universe and sharing that with people. But what's happened is for about sixty years? The scientific community has been corrupted because when the government I started funding civilian science in nineteen fifty one they wrote the rules and the rules were that scientists would write proposals for funding say what they were going to do and those proposals would be reviewed by their competitor. So you think about it, you criticize a scientist, and he's going to get back at you. And it doesn't take a very smart scientists to figure out. Hey, if you want to have a career in science, you don't challenge what the government does are what other scientists say, no grant money. No grant money. No, no promotions. No, no existence. Well, I was excommunicated in about nineteen eighty I published a paper in the proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Showing why the inner core of the earth? It's not what people have thought for forty years. And at the time, I thought well, gee, they'll be debate. And discussion and probably the people with well-funded labs will take the idea and run with it. It didn't happen. I got a tremendously complimentary letter from the lady who had discovered the inner core of the earth. But everybody else was silent. And then when my grants came up for a Newell. They weren't renewed for. No good reason. So now, do you regret saying the things you've said, no, they set me free? Because if I had if I had capitulated and not made discoveries and just be like everybody else. I'd be chatting the same chant doing the same dance not criticizing and sciences. Listen, it's all about finding out. What is wrong with president understanding? And correcting it I gotta tell you if I was running this Pacific utility company. That's filing bankruptcy because of the fire claims. I would hire us a consultant and bring you into court with me to tell this story. Well, I'm incident. Bentley. I'm right now, a part of a Canadian lawsuit. I I was brought on board. They're they're suing the Queen and Canada, you you don't sue the Canadian government. You say the Queen in England in England, and they are suing about the aerial spraying. And I was brought on board as as an expert witness and the opposition. Challenge and said, I couldn't be a an expert witness because they had failed to too much of an expert the excuse was I had sale to fill out one little form it was required. And so right now this my existence in this lawsuit is before the second highest court in Canada. And this is hopefully, the the lawyers will almost like our court of appeals. It is it is it is very much the court of appeals, and it's operated by three very senior justices, and there's only one court higher which is the supreme court in Canada. So this this'll be an this'll be interesting. Because now these people are being exposed for. Due to my. Deposition to a lot of the information that I'm talking about here, except the the most recent stuff, and my guess is the Canadian lawyers will petition to have that included as well. But this is this is the the thing that people have to do and the science community, the geoscience community has failed us, and they they they do not acknowledge the spraying takes place. Now, these people are making models. They like to make models, which aren't real science. But they come to be even useful. A model has to include all of the things that affect the result. But yet, no one will mention what's going on in the air above us. This is the it's it's like America. Like like, the the mafia a code of silence, only, it's much bigger, and broader and detrimental. What's so upsetting to Marvin is I'm sure that they were all well intentioned when they got their degrees in their particular field. But then as they got into industry and government, they got tainted and change to and more importantly into universities. And most of the the research. That's that's done of climate research is done by university scientists, and they sort of adopted the politically correct mentality of universities into science, which is a non science you. You think they actually do not know about Chem trails or they know about it. And they just changed their face a little. Well, I think that they there are some who certainly know about it. But that are afraid to say anything, and then there are others who are naive. But what I do know is there is a concerted effort to deceive people. There's a there are professional disinformation agents. And why is that why don't they simply say we control the weather or trying to and you know, where you think this kind of research will help us minimize hurricanes and things like that. Why don't they just come out and tell us what they're doing because then people would say, well, what are you spraying into the air that we breathe? Yes. They don't want us to know. I mean, I've never seen more people with respiratory situations in years have you know, and and the the worst things are the things that take a long time to materialize. I have a colleague who's a public health. Scientist a public health physician for the Florida Department of public health in Monroe county, which is where key west is. And we've collaborated on several well, a number of papers, including three in a medical literature and one of them has to do with the risks for lung cancer. One of the risk for respiratory diseases. But but another the risk for lung cancer. And the really frightening one is the risk for neuro degenerative disease. Which is the worst. It is the worst. Now. What's what's interesting? See the coal fly ash forms in the in the vapors above above the burner. And so most of the particles are spheres little tiny spheres. I mean, some of them so small you can't see them without a microscope. But you can breed them. Oh god. Yes. And they can go through your eyes through your nose skin. Now. There was a group of people who were studying using I guess x-ray analysis really high magnification electron microscopy, and they were studying the plaques in the brains of people who had dementia now. One of the common features is magnetized the iron oxide. Iffy three. Oh, four and in many instances. It's it's. It's in crystalline form,.
"herndon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Dr j Marvin Herndon back with us dubbed by the Washington Post as a maverick geophysicist is scientific life is categorized by discovering and correcting mistakes made by government funded scientists leading do a new understanding of the planets origin, internal composition evidence of nuclear fission and fusion reaction is source of geomagnetic field and a new understanding of the earth's surface geology, and it's dynamics as well noted author as well, including NASA politics above science Marvin. Welcome back. Good to have you. Thank you. It's always an honor to be here. What did you think of that story with the utility filing? Bankruptcy planning to file bankruptcy to save itself. From what they think could be massive dollars of liability with these California fires. Well, first of all, the there's there's some reason to think there's culpability on their part. I believe they had previously lied about the safety of gas pipelines. And there's some thought that their equipment started the fires and they've they're therefore they have a obligation. But of course, they ultimately want us to California taxpayers to pay it. Right. And so that that's the painful part. Of course, the governor Jerry Brown thinks that it's climate change that caused these fires. Well, governor Brown is right and one small way, but basically totally wrong. He believes this story that everybody has been toll since about nineteen eighty eight. That carbon dioxide is trapping heat that needs to be radiated into space causing global warming. Well, it used to be called global warming. But then when the evidence came out of people lying about it. They decided to call it climate change. But the fact is. The military and the military's contractors have been doing geo engineering and that has caused the. Plant material and California to to die and to be more combustible. And it's also makes the possibility of lightning strikes a more. And the let me explain sure back in the Vietnam war. The military seated clouds to make it rain to make the hokey men trail, muddy and block the movement of troops and materiel. Well, that's only the first step of geo engineering. The second step is to prevent the fall of rain, and they do that by putting pollution particles in the air where clouds far on purpose on purpose. Now, it prevents the fall rain. But it does other things I mean, ultimately the clouds at some point they become overburden, and they cut loose with with deluges and storms. But the what the military has been doing is using the waste product of a coal burning the material that used to go up the smoke stacks. But now in western countries, it's prohibited. Because it's so taxing they catch it or something they catch it. And they spray it in the air above us. And that's poisoning trees, you'll see on on the coast to coast website. I posted a yellow rain, isn't it? Pardon is what they call yellow rain. No, I I don't know that it's called that. But but you'll see if you look up in the sky, you'll see these jet lay trails that spread out and for a moment. Look like like clouds, and then eventually become a white haze Chem trails. We call him trails. Exactly. Your folks posted an image for me on on your website. This shows to dead Torrey Pines, rare Torrey Pines in San Diego was a sky filled with these trails. This has become a near daily occurrence all through California across the US. And in fact around the world. It's it's material. That's poisonous. Plants is poisonous to people. But it allows the military to control the weather which they want to do and it the toxins get absorbed by the little moisture droplets makes them more electrically conducting. So the military can move cloud formations with its electromagnetic radiation. I mean, this is this is this horror story, you know, Marvin we've talked on this program for years about these Chem trails, and of course, mainstream folks, call it a bunch of hooey, but we've had too many eye. Witnesses calling the program guests who have said, no, they're sprain us. So you believe that's what's happening to well. It's more than just belief. I'm a scientist. And I've I've investigated these things. Things. I've I've analyzed rainwater come to understand a great deal about what they're spraying. And why they're spraying it. And this is this is this is one of the biggest biggest scams of our entire planet and my generation or maybe in the history of civilization. Here's the here's the way it really looks. For since about nineteen eighty eight the climate science community has been dead wrong about suggesting that carbon dioxide traps heat that needs to be radiated from space and causes global warming. But the UN is behind this. And I mean, it's a huge industry behind so Sarah tissue Asli secretly it. Appears that the the maybe it's the UN people the high level climate scientists I don't know who it is. But they. Got together with the leaders of various countries, and and more or less said, look we we've got to save our planet by putting this material and the air, which they believe wrongly believe cluelessly earth. Now, the military is the only entity right now that can legally do that. Although it's really questionable. Whether they can legally poison American citizens, but it was ideal for the military because they get tons of money to do the very thing. They want to do which is to weaponize, the weather, and then it's it's ideal for the deep state operatives because then they can direct. How this destructive power is used and it's being used in California for one thing to cause the drought. The moisture in California comes from the Pacific Ocean. But we've had right along the coast. We've had almost continuous spraying of these aerial, particularly it's for more than four years at least at least and every time. The the news media announces that in a day or two we expect rain the spray planes come out in even greater force. Hold on Marvin. We're at a break, we're gonna come back. We'll talk more about this. Here's a real scientist who's talking about Kim trails and says, they're.
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