35 Burst results for "Highland Park"
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Trouble With the Religion of Tolerance
"Have these 5 religions that I'm going to talk about, which I think is really important. The first one I think is interesting, which is this new religion of tolerance. Now, tolerance is considered to be a value. I don't know why. And you might say, well, Charlie, that's really mean. I'd have no tolerance for a man who thinks he's a woman to compete in NCAA championships and win a national title. I have no tolerance of that. You can be compassionate, you can be loving, but isn't the most loving thing to have standards that the world needs to be ordered in harmony with the natural law. Instead, if you tolerate evil, you are complicit with evil. And we're seeing that they say, well, Charlie, you're not very tolerant of these trans athletes. I just call them what they are, right? These are men wearing woman face, masquerading as women trying to appropriate womanhood because they couldn't compete against other men and their cheaters. That's what this is. And if I have to see another one of these bumper stickers or signs, you know what I don't know, I saw them in highland park a lot. I don't know if you see them in Fort Worth, but I see my highland park a lot. We believe that Black Lives Matter and science is real. It's like religious incantation, right? And when I see these things, the home is like an $8 million house, right? And this is how you should look at it from now on. You say, that's what happens when Christianity dies in your society.
AP News Radio
Cops searching for 3 missing rappers find 'multiple bodies'
"Authorities searching for three aspiring rappers in the Detroit area say they found multiple bodies at a vacant apartment building. The three rappers have been missing for nearly two weeks 27 year old Armani Kelly 31 year old Montoya givens and 31 year old Dante wicker were supposed to perform at a party at lounge 31 in Detroit on January 21st, but the appearance was canceled, and they haven't been seen since then, Illinois state police say they've found multiple bodies in an abandoned and rat infested apartment building in highland park near Detroit. The identities of the bodies have not been confirmed, but armati Kelly's fiance, Taylor perrin tells the Detroit free press that police did inform Kelly's family about the discovery. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Felony charges filed against father of Highland Park shooting suspect
"The father of a July 4th parade shooting suspect has now been charged with a felony, I'm Lisa de weyer. The father of a man charged with killing 7 people in a mass shooting at a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb has been charged with 7 felony accounts of freckles conduct, the charges are based on bob cremo junior, sponsoring his then 19 year old son's application for a gun license. The elder cremo surrendered to police and will have a bond hearing this weekend. A grand jury in July indicted primo's son, Robert krimo the third, on 21 first degree murder counts 48
"highland park" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Be here throughout the day as we head to a high of 44° right now we're already 39 at O'Hare 41 at midway, St. John is at 37 highland park 40 along Chicago's lakefront, 40°, headed to a high of 44 at 7 20. Our top story this hour is a story we've been following all morning more than 200 Chicago firefighters remain on the scene of a massive fire at a four story apartment building in Hyde Park, during a news conference about 20 minutes ago the fire department said the roof of the building had caved in will have much more in this story coming up at 7 31. Poets and highland park have until tomorrow to submit their applications for a chance to be named the city's first poet laureate. City spokeswoman, Amanda sive tello, says the goal is to bring poetry into city life. This was actually suggested by a resident who is deeply engaged with the poetry community and understands the value that highland park is an arts focused community would see in someone like a poet laureate position. It's a two year position with a $1000 annual honorarium, the laureate must be over 18 years old, but the city aims to have that person work with younger artists in order to mentor them. The panel picks the winner in March. This hour, smart quiz question we'll see if we can get a winner in less than 90 seconds. As inflation continues to pinch the pocketbook of many across the city, families everywhere feel that struggle. Today, nearly half of chicagoans live paycheck to paycheck where one unexpected expense can mean the difference between paying rent, buying groceries or putting presents under the tree this season, with your help, the Salvation army can keep that from happening. Help rescue Christmas for your neighbors today at Salvation army, Chicago, dot org has no interest
"highland park" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Out of their windows. That the neighbor kind of helped alerted them to the water that started to rise and they were trapped there for quite some time as that water continued to rise. They said that those bags is everything that they were able to take out of their apartment. They said they lost everything at this point. So Lee county in the Fort Myers area hit the hardest now. It's a tropical storm, but gaining strength in the northeast to become a hurricane again likely Ian now headed northeast and South Carolina and Georgia are in its sights. The survivors of the mass shooting in highland park are suing the gun manufacturer Smith and Weston, along with the shooter, Robert cream of the third and his father for their roles in the massacre on the 4th of July, the suit claims the manufacturer for years this marketed. It's assault rifles in a way designed to appeal to the impulsive risk-taking tendencies of young men, Aaron Davis is senior counsel at Brady law firm. They are bringing this lawsuit to stop the deliberate, irresponsible, unlawful, design, and marketing of weapons of war that we read about over and over and over again, devastating communities across the country. The lawyers in the highland park case represent about 40 plaintiffs. You own a house speaker playing defense, despite continued criticism of the safety act to end cash bail. Here's Mallory Ford broker. Illinois House speaker Emanuel Chris Welch is defending the safety act, saying the call to repeal the law is politically motivated before an election. They want to repeal the whole lot more than the safety act. They want to repeal women's rights. They want to repeal a labor rights. They want to repeal civil rights like marriage equality. They want to repeal every right we've earned in this country. He tells the city club of Chicago, the bill has already seen several changes and conversations will continue. That's how democracy works. A bill to modify the act has been presented for lawmakers to consider during the fall session after the November election. Mallory war broker ate 90 WLS news. The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed a $200,000 fine for Chicago based Ferrara candy company for safety violations at the company's suburban bellwood factory. The department says after an April inspection Ferrera continued to expose workers to amputation hazards by not cutting power to machines before workers cleared jams and serviced the equipment. It's the third time in 5 years according to osha that the company was cited for amputation hazards at that facility at 3000 Washington boulevard. Ferrera candy company is headquartered in the old post office and makes non chocolate candy. Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news. This time 1204
Fore The People
US Amateur Champ Sam Bennett on How He Got Into Golf
"I want to know, so you're the definition for the you really are. You're a whole grow Texas kid, blue collar background, which we love. That's why we wanted you on this show. Because that's who we target. I don't want the kids that were members for private clubs at the middle of highland park. I don't want those kids on the ship. We just don't, we don't care. We know. They're all the same. Backgrounds are all the same. Can you talk us through your early stage? When you got started playing golf as a young kid, how you got into it. Just give me your background. Give us from day one. Yeah, so family was obviously in pretty good golfers. Dad was good at grandpa was good. And I grew up and I was born in a house, those about two miles away from a non whole course of masculine Texas and I went out there every day and play golf until Galileo got dark and my grandpa always told me I was different. I would drop balls and a bunker and hit three shots and if they weren't all inside phosphate he had thrown back and not hit him again and he just said there's something different and I just, you know, we would go out there and shirts and bathing suit and flip flops and just play it was really chill and once we got to high school we were able to have a good time and then I guess once I got to where I think I could play the next level, my dad was far enough and he got us a membership at traditions here were the aggies practice and ever since I could get a license how to come over here and practice and I said that was a good move on my dad get a membership over here and kind of get my name out there around this area.
AP News Radio
Chicago-area July 4 parade attack suspect pleads not guilty
"The suspect in the Chicago area 4th of July parade shooting has pleaded not guilty I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The 21 year old man accused of killing 7 people and wounding dozens more in a shooting at an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago has pleaded not guilty He faces 117 felony counts in the attack Robert E cremo the third entered the formal plea during a brief hearing in Lake county circuit court in late July prosecutors announced that grand jury had indicted crema on 21 counts of first degree murder 48 counts of attempted murder and 48 counts of aggravated battery and the attack on the parade in highland park Illinois During his ten minute arraignment krimo repeatedly told the judge that he understood the charges and potential penalties he faces including life imprisonment I'm Lisa dwyer
"highland park" Discussed on WTOP
"Small business. I'm Steve Ken, a call for more action on guns from people who've dealt with loss in recent mass shootings. CBS the Scott McFarland. Yuval, the Texas victims families and highland park, Illinois community members are here outside the north front of the U.S. capitol. This is a large gun control rally, many of them wearing orange shirts and carrying orange signs. They're asking for a federal assault weapons ban from a U.S. Congress, which is meeting today. But just recently mustered enough votes for a much more incremental gun control law. Renewed anger over the delayed police response during the school shooting, CBS Bradley Blackburn says it's been fueled by the Lake of hallway surveillance video. Residents at last night's Yuval di council meeting say the video, while difficult to watch, bring some much needed transparency. You can't dispute what's on video and at that point then you can go after the people that to drop the ball. Investigators are preparing a report detailing the police response with preliminary findings expected Sunday. President Biden calls today's inflation report unacceptable. CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger says consumer prices shot up 9.1% last month compared to a year ago, something not seen since 1981. The usual culprits were once again responsible for the rise in costs. Energy, food, shelter, everything is higher, the grocery store says this shopper in Atlanta. I can't get any salmon there. Well, I mean, I can if I wanted to spend an arm and a leg for it. Still, he seems to be taking it all in stride. It is disappointing
AP News Radio
Biden celebration of new gun law clouded by latest shooting
"The White House is set to mark a new bipartisan law aimed at reducing gun violence one that's already been overshadowed by another mass shooting When President Biden signed the bill two weeks ago he noted the message from families who shooting victims For God's sake just do something He says Congress did in passing the most impactful guns measure in nearly 30 years This morning he'll host a south lawn celebration but some gun control advocates say there's little to celebrate saying the bill is the very bare minimum lawmaker should do and noting the highland park Illinois shooting happened ten days after the bill passed Sagar Meghani Washington
"highland park" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Wholly violated and losing their body autonomy. R. Kelly's decision in New York. Jim, I'm sure you have a lot to say about this. He is going to spend 30 years behind bars at 55. He's not going to come out on anything but a walker, should he live to 85. I think that there are two points to be made that are worthy of sound opinions. Number one, I've said this before, but in the history of popular music, where men have been treating women badly all too often from the era of the Bobby soxers until last week, no one has ever garnered a sentence like that 30 years behind bars for 30 years of sexual predation of young women and boys, young girls underage girls and boys. He's truly singular. I don't feel like a lot of people are realizing. You know, people will say, what about groupie culture? And David Bowie and Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin. Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, right? Nobody has ever been convicted of charges as broad as deep and as numerous, or been sentenced to 30 years behind bars. And this was only part one. You're going to have to cover the second federal trial in August. Is that right? Yes, are you going to come sit next to me for this? No wealthy. Are you than me? Better you than me. You know, the other point I wanted to make is America has got a problem with race and sex and its never been more obvious in my lifetime althea, what am I talking about at the beginning of this R. Kelly's first victims in 1991? Kelly was starting his predatory behavior of 30 years. Doctor Anita hill testified on Capitol Hill. And she was not believed in very credible accusations of sexual harassment. When this was coming to a head again with my BuzzFeed reporting and the cult story and then that leads to mute R. Kelly and surviving R. Kelly. Doctor Christine blasey Ford was testifying on Capitol Hill with very credible accusations of sexual assault, and she was not believed. If there is a bigger story beyond the most monstrous predator in the history of popular music, now spending the rest of his life behind bars, it is that we have got to believe women. We have got to believe them. And those two women not being believed, despite the amazing courage, is how we got that overturning of roe V wade two weeks ago. You know what, Jim, I don't think it's that people didn't believe Anita hill or Christine blasey Ford. I know myself and a lot of people were watching have watched both of those and we're thinking everyone knows this is true. They are speaking the truth. It's the fact that so many people didn't care and these people still got elevated and got to keep their jobs and here we are. And even more disturbing and current story on July 4th about ten shortly after 10 a.m. in the morning. A shooter on top of a roof in highland park, the wealthy and quiet suburb to the north of us on the Lake. Slaughtered 8 people now that toll could rise, we're talking only two days after this story. And injured 31, he's been caught. And it kills me and reminds me of April 1999 when Greg and I were on the air live in the earliest incarnation of sound opinions, and the Columbine news broke, and suddenly people are on TV or talking about a music connection. Those shooters were music fans. This shooter whose name I don't even want to say is a rapper, a prolific one, but a bad one who put out 9 releases over the last 5 or 6 years. I want to turn to an ace reporter bob Gio rito. I think he's one of the best hard news reporters in Chicago. He's been in highland park since the shooting 14, 16 hour days. Writing for The New York Times. Hey bob, welcome to sound opinions. I'm sorry. It's under these circumstances. Hi, Jim. Thanks for having me. I think that's the $1 million question who was this troubled man? I found some people who knew him and who hung out with him in high school and up until that year 2017 or 2018 and at that point, I found two brothers yesterday who knew him pretty well. He's the skateboard together. And they said he was always quiet and kind of kept to himself, but they never, they said he wasn't deviant or he wasn't, you know, he wasn't dark. That was their words to me. And then they cut a lot of touching
AP News Radio
Highland Park shooting scene reopened
"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider
AP News Radio
July 4 parade attack victim remembered for love of family
"The highland park Illinois community where 7 people were killed by a shooter at a July 4th parade say their final goodbyes to their loved ones On Saturday edoardo was buried on what would have been his 70th birthday among those attending governor J B pritzker He was remembered as a loving father and grandfather a day earlier mourners remembered 63 year old former preschool teacher Jacqueline Sondheim at a service at north shore congregation Israel her daughter Leah The world is darker without my mom in it And it's up to us now to fill it with a little extra laughter and help replace her light and love also on Friday 76 year old Nicholas Toledo zaragoza and 88 year old Steven Strauss were laid to rest police say the victims were random and that the shooter had no racial or religious motivation His being held without bail I'm Julie Walker
"highland park" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Clay Travis and buck Sexton sound off. Welcome back in the clay Travis and buck Sexton show moving along today, 802 8 two two 8 8 two on the phone lines. I'm sure some of you are going to have a lot of thoughts. A lot of you are going to have a lot of thoughts on topic we're hitting right now, which is the latest on the aftermath in the aftermath of that shooting in highland park that mass murder by a clear psychopath in highland park over the weekend, here is the well, just some updated details first off. He dressed as he wore women's clothing to try to blend in with the crowd and afterwards get away. So he wore women's clothing, he used a rifle, he fired, he killed 8 in this massacre, reloaded twice, and was planning an additional shooting with all of this, you also have more on his background and how he was already on police's radar. They had visited him, they took knives from him and a sword from his home because he had said he wanted to, quote, kill everybody. And this was a couple of years ago, Illinois does have a red flag law. And the red flag law clearly did not act or did not work as people would like it to and hope that it will in a circumstance like this. But the Democrats are making this as they always do about guns, guns, guns. It's only about guns. The only thing they ever want to talk about. And here is the attorney general Merrick Garland, who is a Democrat hack, unfortunately, speaking about this issue. This location
"highland park" Discussed on WTOP
"Surge of COVID cases all across the country. COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise nationwide because of the latest COVID subvariant BA 5. That is here now, but CBS News medical contributor, doctor David agus says, another variant is already on the horizon. There's a new variant coming and it's an India. It took over BI 5 literally as several weeks called BA 2.75, and that will be our next wave here. So we're going to have these successive waves. We have to make sure we keep vaccines and boosters up in this country. New York City's health department is urging people to wear masks in public, indoor settings, and around large outdoor gatherings. Matt piper, CBS News, New York. Whole lot of armchair quarterbacking today as to why Elon Musk said he wants to back out of his $44 billion bid to buy Twitter. New Yorker magazine writer can all let out. It sounds to me. Is it amazing impulsive decision to acquire Twitter? And then had deep regrets about it. And it has been interesting to pull away from it without being stuck with that $1 billion battle. Whether it says they'll take him to court, thousands of activists marched to The White House today demanding the Biden administration protect abortion rights. Speakers called on protesters to continue speaking up until change happens. Women's march director tamika Middleton. We are here today to make sure that they hear us. They see us and they know that we will not go back. Yesterday, President Biden urged Americans to elect leaders who support women's abortion rights. In highland park, Illinois funerals continue for the victims of the 4th of July parade massacre, reporter Suzanne lamino with the story of one of them. He was sweet, loving, he cared about his family a lot. Jackie Tapia is the spokesperson for the family of edoardo uvaldo. Tapia says going to the highland park 4th of July parade with his grandchildren was a yearly tradition for uvaldo. What was his favorite holiday? And there was something that, as long as the grandkids were happy, he was, he was there. Uvaldo died after he was shot in the head and arm at the parade. His wife, Maria, was hit by bullet fragments. Their 13 year old grandson was shot in an arm. A GoFundMe has raised more than $85,000 for the family. In Tokyo, a hearse carrying the body of former prime minister Shinzo Abe arrived at his home, he was shot Friday
TIME's Top Stories
"highland park" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"What a four year old saw at the highland park mass shooting by Julia fine. Fine is the author of the novels the upstairs house and what should be wild. At school on Friday, July 1st, four and a half year old leora drew four white crayon figures on black paper, smiling beneath a neon firework display. This was a picture of her family. Her mother, her father, and her two year old brother, at the highland park July 4th celebration and fireworks. The event would be canceled, the community shaken after a mass shooting at the morning parade left 7 dead and dozens injured. In its place, an hour's long manhunt would spread terror through the Chicago suburb, as residents sheltered in place and rumors about the suspect's whereabouts raced across social media. When evening fell, instead of watching fireworks, liora would be huddled in her parents room, asking about the bad man that wants to shoot us, while her little brother kept repeating, scary part run. On Friday, she and her family knew none of this. They, like so many of us went into the long weekend excited for some COVID safe holiday fun. I first met leora when she was our 6 month old neighbor, around the same age as my son. They crawled together at the playground, swam in baby pools, went to story hour, and made messes of sensory bins. On July 4th, this sweet rosy cheeked child saw people at a family parade, gunned down directly in front of her. We were 20 feet from the shooter. Lyor was standing out ahead of us, waving at the people in the parade. Three people who were sitting in chairs right in front of her on Monday are now confirmed dead, says my friend Melissa, her mother. Those people in those chairs took bullets for our children who were ducking for cover right next to them. I thought my son was going to die in my arms. I thought I was going to watch my daughter die on the ground. The family ran to a gas station about half a mile away where they were picked up by Melissa's in laws who took them to a nearby suburb until the shooter had been apprehended, and they felt safer going home. I asked Melissa, how she knew right away that the sound was a gun. When most of the crowd, including her husband, thought it was fireworks. There have already been over 300 mass shootings this year. She says, I've been thinking for a long time that it's just a matter of time before one of us is in one. When I heard those shots, I knew this is it. This is our time. Melissa and I planned this conversation around our children's schedules. Lyor had school, my son had camp. We had to get them into bed or out the door. Routine provides stability when children are processing trauma, but as their parents, we no longer have the luxury of diving back into our own routines. We can't just shake our heads and move on. What happened in highland park is happening too often to too many Americans. After every mass shooting we post Instagram stories respond to text threads, ask coworkers, did you hear? Our government sprouts platitudes. We cross our fingers, we'll be spared. I am telling you now that we won't be. If things don't change, if we don't fight for more than the bare bones by partisan safer communities act, everyone in America will soon be or know someone directly impacted by a preventable mass shooting. Gun violence victims aren't only the wounded and the dead. They are Melissa, who hustled her small children out of harm's way. Leora, who has talked about guts falling out of someone's stomach and keeps wanting to check on her brother. The parade attendees who thought they heard fireworks then fled when told otherwise. The kids in schools running through active shooter drills, the moviegoers, eyeing the exits just in case. The folks who jump when a car backfires. How can we live like this? Melissa says she'll never attend a large gathering again. She and her husband have discussed leaving the country. Other friends talk about avoiding crowds, missing religious events, ordering online to avoid shopping malls, skipping stadiums to watch sports games on TV. This isn't freedom. Our days are dictated by fear because our leadership has chosen guns over our lives. Melissa says they're lucky to be alive, which speaks to our idea of what luck now means. Other families are not so lucky. They come home to rumpled beds and half eaten yogurts. The evidence of lives cut short. They bury, and they mourn, and unless we choose our children's futures over a distorted interpretation of a centuries old document, they can and will be you. That picture, says Melissa of leora's crayon drawing, when I took it out of her locker, I just started crying because I was like, oh my God, what if I was coming to pick this up? Without her..
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Common Denominator in the Latest Spate of Tragedies
"There's some interesting hubbub on social media about the highland park shooter, this weird kid, I've seen pictures of him, he doesn't look normal, stable. But nevertheless, of course, there's a normal kind of what is this politics, is he a trumpster, apparently he did go to a Trump rally, but he appears to have gone as a protester or a mocker at one point he's seen draping a flag over himself. Again, the question becoming is he putting the flag over himself because he's an America first patriot or the opposite that he's mocking the flag and doing it as a kind of sarcastic imitation of the so called maga movement. But you have a little different take on all this. You've been talking about what is the common denominator of all this? Yeah, so the common denominator of the not only this shooting, but the wagga Shaw massacre, which I don't know if you guys remember. And you've all done, but Daryl Brooks killed these people with his truck or his SUV or whatever it was, is as you feed. So obviously the weapon of choice was not the same. But what was the same is the fact that they're both lunatics. That is the same. So that is the common denominator between these two. However, the media chooses not to look at one and dwell on another. Obviously, they want they want to take away guns. They want to, they really want to criminalize anybody that gets guns, even though they say no, no, no, we're not going to do that. We're just doing it for, you know, tighten tighten the belt for these other people. The fact of the matter is a lunatic will use whatever. I mean, look at this guy that just killed the former prime minister of Japan. He made his own weapon. He made a gun himself. He's a
AP News Radio
Memorials begin for Highland Park shooting victims
"Killed when a gunman opened fire on a July 4th parade in highland park Illinois Thursday it was a vigil When we need the names of the ten people killed in Buffalo the 19 kids and two teachers killed a new baldy Congressman Brad Schneider a Democrat who represents highland park linked the July 4th parade shooting to recent massacres in New York and Texas Reading the names of people murdered with weapons of war That sound courtesy WLS today services are scheduled for two beloved grandfathers and a former synagogue preschool teacher 63 year old Jacqueline Sondheim 88 year old Steven Strauss and
The Officer Tatum Show
Teachers Union Considers Replacing Word 'Mother'
"As I said before the break, the national education association as the country's largest labor union proposed in contracts that they take out the word mother and use birthing parent. Use of this contract language, members need not worry about how a board of education defines maternity leave, mother, and or father, the language is inclusive, inclusive, reflection of how LGBTQIA+ members build families. The proposal says and like I said before, that's 1.6% of the U.S. adults are of the LGBTQIA+ AARP NCAA championship, that's only a small fraction of adults or a part of this. And yet they are acquiescing. I don't even know if the acquisition. I would argue that most of these people don't care.
The Officer Tatum Show
The Slippery Slope of Conservatism and Homosexuality
"Why are you trying to why are you trying to diss women though? You're supposed to be the party of the party of women and women's rights. And y'all can't do number crap on women because of people being confused about their gender. And I know I had a conversation with a gentleman yesterday who was a guy who was self proclaimed as a conservative and he had mentioned that he was gay. And he said he didn't want to be gay, but he was gay anyway. I don't understand how that works, but I take him for his word. But there's a big argument in the conservative movement that are the people who may not agree with all this, but they still live a certain lifestyle or are they somewhat perpetuating the slippery slope in conservatism. That is a real question. I'm not saying that I wholeheartedly believe it. I have people that I know personally and I think that a really good people. Some of them are, I think, believe in many conservative values and they happen to be homosexual. But there is a big push in a big inner fighting in fighting that goes on with saying like, yeah, you may not agree with transgenderism, but how is there any different in homosexuality?
The Officer Tatum Show
Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Gets More Prison Time in Killing of George Floyd
"Breaking news breaking news breaking news to some this may not be breaking news to many, this could be breaking news. Derek Chauvin was sentenced today to 21 years in prison based on a federal prison based on his actions against the crackhead George Floyd. So I want you guys to listen to the clip of what the judge presented, his reasoning why Chauvin got 21 years. If you ask me, I think it was justified. And we'll talk about it after the clip wrote a clip. But my comments are actually going to be very brief. Because most of it's going to be in writing. I have a 22 page memorandum that is going to be attached to the sentencing order. And why am I doing it in writing? To emphasize the fact that determining the appropriate sentence in any case, and in this case, is illegal analysis. It's applying the rule of law to the facts of an individual and specific case. What the cases are what the sentence is not based on. Is the emotion? Or sympathy? But at the same time, I want to acknowledge the deep and tremendous pain. That all the families are feeling, especially the Floyd family. You have our sympathies. And I acknowledge and hear the pain that you're feeling. And the sentence for count one, the court commits you to the custody of the commissioner of corrections. For a period of 270 months, that's two 7 zero. That is a ten year addition to the presumptive sentence of a 150 months.
The Officer Tatum Show
Brittney Griners Coach: If It Was LeBron, He Would Be Home
"There's so much news going on and so much craziness left it so out of control. But I want to talk about Britney griner. Now I know for a fact y'all don't know who Brittany grinder is 'cause she's a women's basketball player. And I don't think nobody watches women's basketball. They can't even dunk. However, she's making the news because she ended up going to jail out there in Russia. Why she in jail, mister Tatum, is it because she's black? Is it because she's a woman? Because she's a part of the LGBTQ and Russia wants to punish her and have her as a political prisoner. No. It's because she committed a crime. She tried to smuggle illegal drugs into Russia. I think it was a CBD, not CBD. It was some marijuana peeing or something like that. That she smuggled in. Did she not know the laws of the land? Yes, she, of course she did. She tried with the Russia many times. I believe she played on the sports team there in the off season. So she'd been there a hundred times. And obviously I'm exaggerating a number, but she's been there many times. Enough to know better. But you know what, when you live in a place, or a reality where you do not have to be held accountable for anything, then of course you think you can smuggle into somebody else's country. And if you ever get caught, you think somebody's supposed to bail you out. Because you have never taken responsibility for your own actions. Now, of course, her coach came out and I'm not going to say her coach's name because she's completely irrelevant just as much as your girl Brittany grinder is irrelevant. Her coach comes out and makes the most ignorant statement I've ever heard in my life. She said, well, let me say her first statement was smart. The rest of her statements were ignorant. She said if this was LeBron James, they would have gotten a matter a long time ago. Duh, duh. You talking about one of the greatest basketball players to ever play. Of course they would get him out of there. Why, mister Tatum? Because half of America would be protesting right now and it would be talking about it on television all day long around almost every sports lovers dining room table, they're going to be talking about LeBron James. How can in the NBA continue without LeBron James?
The Officer Tatum Show
Uvalde Officer Sought Permission to Shoot During Massacre
"Let's move on to another topic. And this is just a quick insert because I mentioned this yesterday on my show about Yuval. And about a report from the investigation that revealed that there was an officer that saw the suspect and had to ask or decided that he would ask a supervisor to engage the suspect after reading the fool. I didn't read it. It was 27 pages I read 16 of the 27 pages I still got a few more pages to read. But after going through the investigatory report, it's not cut and dry. According to the report, he was over a 140 a 140 yards away from the shooter. When he asked for a supervisor to give him permission to shoot, the guy going into the school.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Highland Park Mayor: 'Our Assault Weapons Ban Should Be a Template'
"For you. Highland park, Illinois. Scene of a horrific shooting where this evil Cretan gets up on a roof and murders innocent people. I want you to hear what the mayor of highland park, Illinois. The scene of this awful 4th of July parade attack shed about their gun control laws in highland park, Illinois. That passage of the assault weapons ban in large capacity magazine ban that we put through in 2013 should be a template for others. And I've been working since 2018 to get the state of Illinois to allow other cities to have that opportunity through a weird twist in the way that we were able to do that. There was only a ten day window for cities in Illinois to pass assault weapons bans. That state preemption needs to be removed and I've been working on that. How did your assault weapons ban work out on July 4th? For the 7 people who were murdered.
AP News Radio
'Taken too soon': Remembering Highland Park shooting victims
"The father of the 4th of July parade shooting suspect says he had no clue about what his son had been planning Robert cremo junior spoke to ABC's Good Morning America This is taken by complete surprise Three days before the fourth my wife had asked him hey do you have any plans for the fort And he simply said no His son has been charged with killing 7 people at the July 4th parade in highland park I love my son but it's devastating And cremo admitted to helping his then 19 year old son apply for a gun permit I still thought the consent form to allow myself to go through the process They do background checks whatever it entails Steve Greenberg who's the attorney for primo's parents told the AP that they're not concerned about being charged with anything related to their son's case I'm Shelley Adler
The Officer Tatum Show
How the Gender Movement Destroys Our Society
"The Bible has a story about this. It's called sodom and gomorrah. Sexual immorality. We are already seeing this go off the rails. It started out with love who you love. They piggyback off to the black movement of civil rights, they piggyback after that off of that, use the leverage to then force the country to accept their own sexual deviancy in some cases and also sexual preferences in other cases. Love who you love, not ain't love who you love no more. Is that I'm not a man. I'm a woman today. And even though that's a mental illness, now I know it's not a mental illness no more. You're totally normal. Everything is totally going away with you. You don't need to talk to a single counselor. You know what you're at 7 years old, you know exactly what you should be doing for the rest of your life. You know you're about. You ain't even hit puberty yet. And you know that you should transition at 7 years old. You tell your mama that that chicken head don't know what's going on. And that you know better than she doing, you 7. Now you're still peeing in the bed. And you ain't watched a single lick or clothes you can't watch this, you don't know what you're doing with your life. But you know how to transition.
The Officer Tatum Show
"highland park" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the oscillator show. I want to give a special shout out to Carl for stepping in and taking over the show while I was out on show you guys are familiar with Carl Jackson. Did a really good job, what a wonderful young man. And I really appreciate him for stepping in the gap while I had to go and take care of some business. Try to put out some fires. For certain people, speaking to parents that have questions about certain political topics and that was my endeavor to go in and try to do my best. I'm not going to get into all that because that's confidential. Now, I want to talk about two things. Primarily, I'll start with talk about two things primarily to major shootings that occurred in the last several weeks. One, because I didn't have an opportunity to talk about this yesterday, obviously I wasn't here. The talk about the shooting at the highland park area, the highland park shooting in Illinois. Let me say this very clearly and be straightforward. Why are people posting the name and the photo of the lunatic who decided to go and shoot and kill people at an Independence Day parade? Why? Do we not understand that this is exactly what he wants? He wants people to post his face to post his name so he can go down in history. If you ask me, his attempt was to outdo the Yuval day shooter. His attempt was to outdo the buffalo shooter. That was his attempt. Because he has probably zero experience shooting with an AR-15 and has the heart of Minnie mouse, thank God that he didn't cause more damage than he did. Because he don't understand ballistics and tactical deployment of an AR-15, he didn't, he didn't kill a lot of people which he could because he had a lot of candidates that he could have taken out. So thank God he wasn't as prepared. But in his mind, he believed he was going to go down in history to be the most prolific shooter in Chicago or not in Chicago, but in Illinois state history. He failed at that. But what we're doing in the media and pundits are putting his name on display in a picture of him. He's still alive. He's going to go to jail and he's going to get letters and papers and they're going to see his name plastered everywhere and spoken about throughout the entire United States of America and abroad. Now, just imagine a young man who has no future, he feels that as if he has no purposes, or no purpose, according to Fox News article he attempted to commit suicide before, he was a danger to himself and others very clearly established by his parents, which I'll get to his dead in a minute. He should be sent to prison as well,
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Right, let's take your calls, Los Angeles Alex, hello. Hi, Dennis. Thank you for taking my call. I think way to decipher what young people believe is what flag do they revere. And you don't see the American flag, but you do see the pride progress flag, which for those who may not know is the rainbow flag as we normally call it and that adds more and more colors every couple of minutes to include a variety of alternative lifestyles, I guess. And I was thinking about this yesterday because you saw throughout the month of June, you had all these companies and organizations with their social media icons with the rainbow flag colors on them. All month long, supporting the rainbow. But would they dare put an American flag icon for the month of July? Let alone just a day of the 4th of July. Amazing, isn't it? Amazing. Yeah. And further, what I noticed yesterday I was on when I went to Google yesterday, you know, they have the little illustrations holidays. They had the most shallow art that I'd ever seen on their site, which was, okay, the G was flipping a burger, the O had a sparkler. There was an American flag. You know, it wasn't, it wasn't the founders writing the Declaration of Independence, something meaningful. It was, yeah, like fireworks and cook burgers. That's all that's about. Oh, I wish I'd have seen that. Wow, you're so right. Very interesting. How old are you? 35. Married? No. How come? Oh, I've been through a lot of been through some dark places in my life recently. I'm just really really kind of figuring things out again. So hopefully hopefully soon I'll find that person. Good luck, I want you to get married. Thank you. Appreciate it. How many talk show hosts ask a caller out of nowhere? Are you married? This will sound awful, and I don't care. I enjoy myself. Because I don't take me that seriously. I take my values very seriously, but not me. So I sort of, not sort of. I look at me from outside of me. And I just thought, that's not common. But I do want just about everybody to get married. What are what are we teaching our kids today? Without God and country any longer. By the way, just it's not fully related, but I did raise the issue of there were no perfect men and so bob in Pennsylvania was Jesus the man not perfect either. I think that the general Christian theology is that he was perfect, but so that's sort of the divine in him. It's an interesting question. I'm going to have to ask my Christian pastor Friends. Because it's a good question, you ask, was Jesus the man, not the obviously. And Christian belief, this part of the godhead was he perfect. So at the end, when he said, oh my God, why have you abandoned me? Was that perfect? There was that fully human because I've been told often he was fully divine and fully human. Anyway, good one. I just can't talk about an acquisition, not the subject. So thank you, bob, in Pennsylvania..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So what do kids have today? That's the subject of this ultimate issues hour. Tell me. It would be great if you are not a fan of God and country to tell me what what did you raise your kids to believe in to replace God and country. They don't believe in America and they don't believe in God. And I mean the God of the Bible. I don't mean just some celestial being. Then what have they been given? I'll tell you what they're given in large chunks today, believe in race. Oh, that's deep. Believe in the color of your skin. Can't tell you how fulfilling that must be for kids. It is the most meaningless possible thing to believe in. The color of your skin. Because it is of no significance. And that is that is both largely the fact that America, not entirely, but largely, and it is also what we should aspire to. The meaninglessness of race. So what do we give kids if we don't give them God and country? That's my question. If you can't speak for your family because you gave your kids those things, perhaps you know of another family that you might be related to or just friendly with. What did they give to their children? In a society that has deprived children. Of the belief in God or country. It's a big loss, most people are not even aware of this loss. Hence the topic. When a prager 7 7 6 ultimate issues hour. Dennis prager here ultimate issues hour. A show in order to check this, they didn't have the phone number in this version that they dropped their phone number. We need to find out. Ultimate issues our third hour every Tuesday. With God and country no longer. Operative certainly not central in kids lives. What are they raised to believe in? Can you think of a more important question? I admit I say that often on the ultimate issues hour, which is fine. I ask important questions on the ultimate issues hour. That's why it's called ultimate issues. But it's an interesting more than interesting. It's incredibly important question. Even Superman is no longer he's not only no longer promotes truth justice in the American way. They dropped American weights now, the better way. He's not even an American anymore. The richness of my life, having had my religion and God. And the identity that those give and the pride of America's achievement on the world stage, promoting liberty, and affluence. What a kids have today. They have crap on religion and crap on America. That's what they have. All.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"When a prager 7 7 6, let's take a look here. What's our story here? What did you say? Okay, let's look here. Oh, look at that. Harold and Valdosta, Georgia likes Green Day and classical music. I didn't say you can't. I just, I just think anybody who knows the keys of all the symphonies that I enumerated is unlikely to be a Green Day fan. I don't know what I'm saying Green Day is bad. I say it. I think this man is bad. Every Tuesday, the third hour of the Dennis prager show is the ultimate issues hour. Because if you don't have clarity on the ultimate issues, you end up foolish and foolishness creates more evil. Than any other single thing. Because nice people who are foolish and there are hundreds of millions of them. Do a lot of damage. Wisdom is the root to goodness. I would have called this the wisdom hour, but it would sound pompous, and also the word wisdom is not appealing. I wonder if, at any time, in elementary school, high school or college. The word is actually used. I mean it, but I wonder if it is even mentioned once. Like the wisdom of the Greek writers, the Roman writers, the Bible, Shakespeare. It's all about wisdom, was the means understanding life. To go through life, based on your feelings and not on attaining wisdom, this is a very bad road on which to travel. Notice that there was no hanging preposition at the end of that sentence. A very small percentage of you know what I'm talking about. Because you went to school and didn't learn it. As I can see when I read so many articles. So often, I mean, with such elementary, you know, you know how often now I hear, so I've went, have you noticed that? Not I've gone, I've went. Pay attention, you'll be shocked. All right, anyway, the ultimate issues hour, my Friends today in light of the fact that yesterday was July 4th. I decide to choose this topic, what the kids have to believe in. That's the topic. They had God and country in the United States. Sounds because the left controls the media. And controls education, the very terms God and country are visible to the left. A term meaning. Laughable. The idea that kids should be raised with belief in God and country sounds neo fascistic. You can even drop the neo. To the folks on the left, raise kids with belief in God and in America. Oh my God. Oh my. College. The idea that one would do that is to raise children with stupidity and even perhaps evil. So given that God and country have been largely destroyed as central beliefs in the moral challenge worldview of young people in America, the question is what do they have to believe.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Federal dot com. Hello, y'all. Dennis prager here. A giant of our time named Billy Joe Armstrong. Proclaimed F America. And perform the concert with a post backdrop that read F the whole word Ted Cruz. So why did they do this and we don't? Because nothing is sacred on the left, that is why. In one sentence, that is the answer. Nothing is sacred. I have lamented public cursing ever since I began broadcasting 40 years ago. Public cursing is the famous, it is a verbal and analog to the famous doctrine of broken windows. Broken windows and graffiti are not the same as rape and larceny and beatings and murder. Correct, correct. But if you leave them unchecked, that's what it leads to. That was the theory, James Q Wilson and his associate whose name eludes me. And they were professors at Harvard and then UCLA in the case. Of James Q Wilson, who was a wonderful human being, I had the honor of dining with them a few occasions. I was honored that he was a regular listener to my show, as he was at UCLA teaching. Public cursing is a demonstration of a society going downhill. Nothing is sacred. It doesn't even strike young people as odd to say the F word. Out loud. I am not one who never uses such words. I rarely, but not never. As I have said so often, if a piano falls on your toe and you go and you say gosh darn it, you're made of different stuff than I am. Or a joke with the word or among Friends. I'm talking not in private. I'm talking public. By the way, it is another example. This is a sidebar here. Another example of the lack of wisdom in our society, the people do not distinguish between public and private behavior. Including many conservatives in many religious people. After all, God hears you curse if you curse privately, right? Just as much as he hears you if you do it publicly, and so they think, oh, therefore it's the same. But it's not the same. If I use the F word privately with a friend, and I say it on the air right now, the difference is immense. Immense. Anyway, that's what he did. This Billy Joe Armstrong, the musician's political outcry, continued at his show and hurt his Huddersfield, England, concertgoers claim he told the crowd F the Supreme Court of America. Before playing American idiot, is that an autobiographical piece? Which the band is previously said was written out of anger about not being represented by national leadership, the narcissism is astonishing. He also allegedly called the justices the PR word for penis during his performance of hitchin arrived. And I'm sure the people just, the young people there, loved it, just lived it. Talking.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So I put aside the guns issue. What else? So is there a racial issue? No racial issues. A white killing white. Is that a political issue? We have no reason to believe whatsoever. It was politically motivated. Was the impoverished no. He was a middle class family. So what is the reason? It would seem to me, in this case, quite evidently, unless other facts come out, he was a nut, a true bonafide crackpot. There's a Alex berenson. Is that who it is? Yeah. He tweeted out an ear retweeted a tweet from someone who claimed to have known him some years ago and played music with him in a band. That he was a loner and what else was the word used? And I lost touch with reality. That was what the claim was. He had lost touch with reality. He was a stoner. In my opinion, either marijuana or put it this way, marijuana and or psychiatric drugs. Or far more likely to be involved in this. Then guns or politics or race, the usual culprits. I'd like to write a piece. This will sound a truly arrogant and I'll live with it. I would like to write a piece on all the issues that I have been right on. Where I had a very minority view. From the lockdowns being the greatest mistake made internationally ever. And I made clear, I wasn't talking about the greatest evil but greatest mistake. To my belief that marijuana is despicable. My hatred for marijuana goes back my entire life. I mean, I really hate it. And I remember 30 years ago. 30 years ago, maybe more. I will be on radio next month, August, as of 40 for 40 years. As long as the Israelites wandered in the wilderness. But it hasn't been a wilderness for me. I've been very fortunate. And I've had more than men at to eat. Happily. About 30 years ago, I asked my listeners, one of the occasions where I differed with virtually everybody listening to the show. Which didn't bother me for me. It bothered me that many people who listened to my show are religious many are conservative. And I'm a religious conservative. And it bothered me that they didn't see what I saw. And what I said was, I asked people, would you rather your teenager smoke a cigarette or smoke cigarettes or smoke joints, smoke marijuana? Everybody, I think everybody maybe not everybody. Virtually everybody. Whenever I raise that question and I did a few times in my career, oh, of course marijuana, I would much prefer my kids most marijuana than smoke cigarettes. The God of health, that's what it is. The false God of health. Health, Uber alles. I came up with that phrase decades ago. Health Uber Alice, health above all. As I use the German because it was deutschland Uber alles. In Germany in the 30s. And 40s. Germany above all, and now we had health above all. That's why people gave up their rights and shut their churches and synagogues. I hate marijuana. And I am close to certain it was involved in the massacre in Chicago..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"highland park" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Dennis prager here, thanks for listening to the daily Dennis prager podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show, commercial free every single day become a member of prager topia. You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives, as well as The Daily Show prep, subscribe, at prager topia, dot com. Well, I hope you had a good hold on the same Memorial Day. Weird. We must be something Freudian and the fact that that's what came to my mind. That's what's called the Freudian slip where the slip can doesn't always mean something. Anyway, I hope you had a good Independence Day weekend. So much is going on. The terrible shooting was it a suburb of Chicago, what exactly? Northern suburb of Chicago. A kid basically a kid decides to kill. People randomly. So my Friends, let's analyze this for just a moment. The following reasons are given by different people and different groups. For these random murders, senseless as they say, see, politically motivated are not senseless. They're evil. But they're not senseless. But this one is senseless, and a lot of them are. I just like to kill people. It's. A puzzle. So let's eliminate factors. The gun factor is obviously not the factor. There have been guns throughout American history prior to 1970 far fewer such shootings and far fewer gun laws. So if you want to believe that it's a matter of gun laws, then there is nothing that one can say because what you have is a belief, not a fact. And I've always said, even with regard to religious beliefs that I am a religious believer, I never argue belief. There's no point you didn't come to the belief purely on rational grounds. Right? I believe God split the sea when the Israelites fled Egypt. It's not a completely rational idea. I fully acknowledge it. Something transcending the norm took place. So it's pointless to debate me on that belief. What are you going to say? It's not possible. Yes, it's possible if God does it. So it's possible. So, but that's a belief that God did it. So the same holds true, but I'm honest. I acknowledge I have beliefs that are not susceptible to rational dissuasion. But the people who believe guns are the issue, they do not believe they do not have the self awareness to understand that it is a belief like mine about God splitting the sea. It's a belief. And you can't argue beliefs, as I say, that belief has not been attained, not gotten to through reason alone, through facts alone, through data alone, and therefore these people are not susceptible to argument. All right? So what was it rightfully used? Are we going to ban rifles? Right? I mean, it's not the usual claim, am I right or wrong, that it's an assault weapon? We don't know. But they did find the gun. What did they say? They haven't identified the gun. All right, the first I heard was rifle. Let's say it was. What kind of rifle? Okay, right. All right. So given that ubiquity of guns, given the wasn't there a shooting in Denmark, this past weekend, some Dane, just the killed while two or three Danes, and it's impossible virtually impossible to only gun in Denmark..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"highland park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Bloomberg. S&P future is down 22 points down futures down a 159, and announced a futures down 84, the decks in Germany's down 9 tenths of a percent. Ten year treasury down two 30 seconds you'll 2.88% that yield on the two year 2.86%. Nymex crude oil is up 1.1% of a dollar 21 at a $109 64 cents a barrel comic school that'll change at 1801 40 ounce and the Euro one O three O 6 against the dollar the yen one 35.83 John. And we'll have more on the markets in a moment, but first we begin in highland park, Illinois, where a gunman opened fire on a rooftop at an Independence Day parade yesterday, killing at least 6 people wounding at least 30 others Illinois governor JB pritzker addressed the violence in a news conference. I'm furious. I'm furious that yet more innocent lives were taken by gun violence. I'm furious that their loved ones are forever broken by what took place today. I'm curious that children and their families have been traumatized. Illinois governor JB pritzker is speaking to President Biden after the incident as well, the president also addressed the tragedy saying more needs to be done to curb gun violence. We got a lot more work to do. We got to get this under control. A person of interest in the shooting was taken into the custody late yesterday after a lengthy manhunt in affluent community of highland park. There was also gun violence in Pennsylvania last night, two police officers were shot in Philadelphia during festivities held near the city's Museum of Art. Philadelphia, police commissioner Daniel outlaws is the shooter's motives were unclear. We
WABE 90.1 FM
"highland park" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"News, this is all things considered, I'm Elsa chain. There has been yet another mass shooting. This one took place earlier today in the Chicago suburb of highland park. People were lining the streets to watch the local 4th of July parade when a gunman opened fire. At least 6 are dead and dozens more are injured. A massive manhunt is now underway to find the unidentified shooter. In a statement, Illinois governor JB pritzker responded to the attack saying, quote, there are no words for the kind of monster who lies in wait and fires into a crowd of families with children, celebrating a holiday with their community. One of the people planning to march in this morning's parade was Illinois congressman Brad Schneider. He lives in highland park, and he joins us now, welcome congressman and I'm very, very sorry for what has happened. Thank you for having me. So I understand that you and members of your staff were gathering at the front of the parade at the time. Can you just describe what happened as far as you could see? And what additional details you've learned since from officials? Thank you. So yeah, we were at the very beginning. This is actually one of 5 parades that I had my team do on the 4th of July. And the team was gathered at the very beginning, we haven't started on the yet. Trade had started maybe ten minutes earlier when the shots trying out and people immediately dispersed. And in such safety, we check to make sure everyone was accounted for on the team. And then started working and seeing what we could do to help with our community, I reached out to the mayor and other people to see what was going on. But this is devastating. It's not just the shooters. It's our governor pritzker said, this is a monster of murderer who what is a celebratory day every year, thousands gather on a parade route to honor and celebrate our nation's birthday. He shattered that with, I don't know how many rounds, killing 6 people and severely wounding previously wounding 24 others. And what is the atmosphere tonight like in highland park? I understand your sheltering somewhere because the shooter is in charge. No, my wife and I are at home. That's our neighbors. We've talked to several of them. I think at the beginning this morning, this happened before ten 30, the feeling was disbelief. How could this happen? And not understanding the full scale. As the day has progressed and understanding that this was a high powered assault weapon that 6 people have been murdered, others are in critical condition. The community is in grief. Grief and shock and it's going to be a long time as we work to process this. Now you tweeted that you were committed to doing everything you can to make children, your towns, your nation safer. Can you give us an idea of what you can do as a member of Congress working alongside a very divided Senate right now? The challenge is the Senate. I know we can do. I came to Congress and first elected in 2012. We were going through orientation, it was when the sandy hook shooting happened. I thought after that, we were going to be able to take positive steps to try to reduce gun violence in our nation in 2019 and again in 2021, the House passed the universal background checks legislation that would make sure that people who shouldn't have again can't get one. I think we just have to continue to show resolve and find people who will work with us to make our communities safe for our kids safer. That was democratic congressman Brad Schneider of highland park, Illinois. Speaking to us about today's mass shooting out of 4th of July parade, thank you very much for your time, congressman. Thank you. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Water has many meanings to Native American tribal nations. It is both sacred and practical. Over the past decades, much of indigenous activism has focused on preserving access to water for their communities. And Pierre's Jennifer Venezuela visited an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York that examines how that activism is reflected through art. First I should say
"highland park" Discussed on KTOK
"Students at Highland Park Elementary School to produce child pornography between 2019. And this year. He was arrested after meeting with an undercover officer with the expectation To engage in sexual activities with Children. A nursing assistant is accused of assaulting a patient at ST Anthony Hospital. Police say a patient reported that a hospital employee touched her back and kissed her without her consent. Nursing assistant that allegedly groped the patient and exposed himself. The nursing assistant was booked into the Oklahoma County detention center and placed on unpaid administrative leave. President Biden will deliver another big speech today that White House press secretary Jen Psaki says will outline the next phase in the fight against Covid 19. We have more work to do, and we are still at war. With the virus and with the delta variants we're going to build on that work, she says. The president will outlined several steps aimed at boosting vaccinations and stopping the spread of a delta. Vary it If you want to run in next month's Oklahoma City Memorial marathon, you'll have to show proof that you're vaccinated against Covid 19 or produce a negative test result within 72 hours of the race, Oklahoma City National Memorial And Museum executive director Kari Watkins says the enhanced protocols are needed to keep everyone safe. So we're following CDC guidelines. We've sought the counsel of Local hospitals and we're adapting. Best practice system Chicago in Boston..