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"hosey" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"hosey" Discussed on AP News

"Soccer Megane Washington. Meanwhile, the virus keeps claiming lives almost 141,000 deaths here in the U. S. I'm Rita Foley. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden is pitching the next part of his plan to rebuild the post Corona virus economy, this time focusing on older and younger Americans. Biden's trying to show voters how the virus pandemic can provide job growth opportunities. His campaign's released a massive plan to create three million new jobs, caring for the elderly and providing preschool for all three and four year olds. It would also offer low and middle income families tax credits to help pay for childcare. The plan's slated to cost $775 billion over 10 years. Biden's promising to pay for it by cutting some real estate investor tax breaks and boosting compliance with existing tax laws for high earners. SOCCER Megane Washington A parliamentary study finds that officials avoided looking into Russian meddling in Britain's democratic process is a long awaited committee. Report on Russian influence in British politics has criticised the government for neglecting to investigate whether Russia interfered in the 2016 Brexit referendum, the authors Including nor maker student. Hosey accused the British government of actively avoiding looking into evidence off the Russian threat. They did not seek to understand. Empire scale or school of the interference. In previous political events, including you referendum. The committee found this particularly unforgivable, given the evidence that's emerged of Russian interference in the U. S. Elections on DH in the Scottish independence referendum in 2014. Charles, the asthma London This.

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"hosey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"hosey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"First year in Lifelock dot com slash radio. That's 25% off at Lifelock dot com slash radio. Wins NEWS time. 1 48 new developments in the attack on the family of federal Judge Esther Solace in North Brunswick, New Jersey Governor Cuomo confirms that investigators who found the body of suspected shooter Roy Den Hollander. Also found pictures of New York State chief judge Janitor Fury in his car as well as her name and address on correspondent Stephanie Ramos says investigators are looking at another killing as well. Authorities in Crestline, California say there may be links between the attack here at Judge solves his home and the murder of a prominent men's rights activist who was gunned down at his front door step by a man also dressed like a fed ex driver earlier this month. Local officials tell us that That investigation is being led by the same FBI office that's overseeing the case here in New Jersey and New York. Governor Cuomo says he's as state police to take over security for Judge Di Fiori, a pair of alleged hackers from China facing federal charges. Correspondent Aaron Carter Ski has details. The two Chinese nationals were named in an 11 count indictment that accused them of carrying out a global cyber intrusion campaign for the last 10 years. In that time, it is targeted hundreds of companies in at least a dozen countries, including the United States. Of late, though prosecutor said the hackers probed for vulnerabilities in the computer networks of company's developing covert 19 vaccines and treatments. The stolen data earned the hackers money and was turned over, prosecutor said to Chinese government agencies. Last week, Officials in the US UK and Canada accused Russian hackers of targeting vaccine research as well. Well, it turns out we may not have been the only nation Moscow was targeting in 2016. A long awaited committee report on Russian influence in British politics has criticised the government for neglecting to investigate whether Russia interfered in the 2016 Brexit referendum. The authors, including nor maker Stuart Hosey, accused the British government of actively avoiding Looking into evidence off the Russian threat. They did not seek to understand the Empire scale or school of the interference. In previous political events, including you referendum. The committee found this particularly unforgivable, given the evidence that's emerged of Russian interference in the U. S. Elections on DH in the Scottish independence referendum in 2014. Charles, the asthma London Or water restrictions for folks in Monmouth and Ocean County's. Now there's a mandatory outdoor water ban in place, so no lawn sprinklers, no car washing, no feeling of pools until further notice. Officials say there is an ongoing problem at one of the primary water plants and now increase water demands, making things worse. Since late spring, the water company there had requested that customers in those counties using odd, even watering schedule through the end of the summer. Wins news time. 1 50 Traffic and transit. Here's Greg Rice. It is just nasty getting around Brooklyn at this hour belt Parkway. Westbound. Shut down at Bay Parkway. This is all because of an accident..

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"hosey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"hosey" Discussed on KCRW

"Of the date of the indictment. During that time, the hackers stole terabytes of data from hundreds of targets, establishing themselves as a prolific threat to U. S and foreign networks. The Chinese Embassy in Washington, D. C has not responded. But the's charges at to the deteriorating relationship between the world's two biggest economies amplified by a trade war, the corona viruses, origins in Wuhan and the erosion of Hong Kong's independence under Chinese rule. A British parliamentary report says officials in the United Kingdom went out of their way not to investigate whether Russia tried to influence the landmark Brexit referendum in 2016. NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London that suspicions Russia tried to influence the Brexit vote have hung over the electoral victory, like a storm cloud for years report from a parliamentary committees as the UK still doesn't know what if anything, happened. Stuart Hosey, member of Parliament with Scottish National Party, explain why No one in government knew if Russia interfered in Or sought to influence the referendum because they did not want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Evidence of Russian influence could undermine a bitterly controversial vote that is reshaping the country. The major force behind the Brexit campaign was Boris Johnson, who became prime minister last year. The government responded to the report, saying it would defend British democracy against Russia. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London People struggling to care for both their parents and their Children get significant help under a new plan. Former Vice President Joe Biden is unveiling today. The Democrats presumptive presidential nominee wants to spend nearly $800 billion on caregiving. NPR's Scott Tetro. Biden will announce the proposal this afternoon in Delaware. It's the latest in a Siri's of economic plans. The Biden campaign has rolled out in recent weeks following proposals for manufacturing and clean energy. Biden wants to lower the cost of child care through tax credits and state administered subsidies that would goto lower and middle income families. He also wants to set national standards mandating prekindergarten options for three and four year olds. Abidin plan would also spend hundreds of billions of dollars, eliminating Medicaid waiting lists for home and community care options for older and disabled adults..

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"hosey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"hosey" Discussed on KCRW

"Parliamentary report on Russian influence in the United Kingdom is out this morning. And it's bad, among other things that says the UK government actively avoided trying to figure out of Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum for more. We've got NPR's London correspondent with US Frank Langfitt, who's looking at this high, Frank. Hey, Rachel. I mean, I said, it's bad. It's that that the British government would be intentionally trying to avoid figuring out the extent of Russian interference. I mean, what can you tell us? It's well, it's It's completely damning people here. Actually, we've been waiting for this report for months. And we thought we were going to find out if the Russians tried to influence the Brexit vote. The answer, in fact, was different and definitely it was more unsettling. Stuart Hosey is with the Scottish National Party is also in the parliament, and this is what he said today at a press conference. No one in government knew if Russia interfered in or sought to influence the referendum because they didn't know want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Why, Frank? Why wouldn't anyone in the British government want to know this? That's actually really easy answer, and I think the answer is this. It would have undermined the Brexit referendum. Remember the biggest decision of the British people in decades? It's already changed the course of British history and the person who was front and center and that was a guy named Boris Johnson, who is now the prime minister. So if you say Russia interfered, then it could undermine this thing that has changed the course of British history. You can see why nobody certainly in the government wanted to mess with that. Ah Stewart, Hosey said No one would touch with a 10 foot pole and he went on and said this. This is in stark contrast. To the U. S response to reports of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, No matter how politically all quarter, potentially embarrassing there should have been an assessment of Russian interference in the referendum. They must now be one. Okay, So did this report find Russian influence anywhere in the British government? Yes, it absolutely did. One is the Scottish referendum. This was 2015 when Scotland was voting for independence. And the reason this is important is from the perspective of Russia. Vladimir Putin would want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom to weaken it. It's the same reason why we know that he wanted the Brexit vote to pass so that it would weaken the European Union. But another part and everybody kind of knows everybody knows this, Rachel, But another thing that that's mentioned here is that London is such a Place for money laundering, and this is a really good quote that I liked, frankly from the text. Russian influence in the UK is the new normal. Successive governments have welcomed the oligarchs and their money with open arms, providing them with the means of recycling illicit finance through the London laundromat. So how's the British government responding? Not much of anything, considering what this report says. You might expect something more robust. Dominic Robby's the Foreign secretary, he has has a boiler plate response so far, saying Russia must desist from these attacks. And that the UK has defend its country and democracy and values from such a hostile state. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, Frank. We appreciate it always breaks it

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U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

Morning Edition

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

"Parliamentary report on Russian influence in the United Kingdom is out this morning. And it's bad, among other things that says the UK government actively avoided trying to figure out of Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum for more. We've got NPR's London correspondent with US Frank Langfitt, who's looking at this high, Frank. Hey, Rachel. I mean, I said, it's bad. It's that that the British government would be intentionally trying to avoid figuring out the extent of Russian interference. I mean, what can you tell us? It's well, it's It's completely damning people here. Actually, we've been waiting for this report for months. And we thought we were going to find out if the Russians tried to influence the Brexit vote. The answer, in fact, was different and definitely it was more unsettling. Stuart Hosey is with the Scottish National Party is also in the parliament, and this is what he said today at a press conference. No one in government knew if Russia interfered in or sought to influence the referendum because they didn't know want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Why, Frank? Why wouldn't anyone in the British government want to know this? That's actually really easy answer, and I think the answer is this. It would have undermined the Brexit referendum. Remember the biggest decision of the British people in decades? It's already changed the course of British history and the person who was front and center and that was a guy named Boris Johnson, who is now the prime minister. So if you say Russia interfered, then it could undermine this thing that has changed the course of British history. You can see why nobody certainly in the government wanted to mess with that. Ah Stewart, Hosey said No one would touch with a 10 foot pole and he went on and said this. This is in stark contrast. To the U. S response to reports of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, No matter how politically all quarter, potentially embarrassing there should have been an assessment of Russian interference in the referendum. They must now be one. Okay, So did this report find Russian influence anywhere in the British government? Yes, it absolutely did. One is the Scottish referendum. This was 2015 when Scotland was voting for independence. And the reason this is important is from the perspective of Russia. Vladimir Putin would want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom to weaken it. It's the same reason why we know that he wanted the Brexit vote to pass so that it would weaken the European Union. But another part and everybody kind of knows everybody knows this, Rachel, But another thing that that's mentioned here is that London is such a Place for money laundering, and this is a really good quote that I liked, frankly from the text. Russian influence in the UK is the new normal. Successive governments have welcomed the oligarchs and their money with open arms, providing them with the means of recycling illicit finance through the London laundromat. So how's the British government responding? Not much of anything, considering what this report says. You might expect something more robust. Dominic Robby's the Foreign secretary, he has has a boiler plate response so far, saying Russia must desist from these attacks. And that the UK has defend its country and democracy and values from such a hostile state. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, Frank. We appreciate it always breaks it

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"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Com today the sound of protests and calls for change will be heard loud and clear as the music industry goes quiet several record label executives and artists have thrown their support behind the blackout Tuesday protest which aims to raise awareness to show solidarity with the demonstrations being held against police brutality the music industry as a whole will stop normal operations for a day in an effort to fight racial justice and support the black community a statement released about the initiative wrote the music industry is a multi billion dollar industry an industry that has profited predominantly from black art Jane Fonda is speaking out against white privilege in an interview with CNN the actress and activist called on white people to educate themselves and support the black lives matter movement fund explained to don lemon that white people should recognize their own privilege and use it to advocate for change she said we have to understand what it is that keeps racism in place Hosey is helping out those heard during the George Floyd protests in Los Angeles the singer stood on the front line of a protest in Santa Monica California this weekend and was photographed providing medical aid to fellow protesters who were injured all the shared on social media that she had to help bandage up a man who was shot by rubber bullets in the face after attending the demonstrations the star advised protesters to be prepared and carry medical supplies with them that's entertainment become a goddess NBC news radio a career in cloud it G. D. I. T. means owning the opportunity to transform IT operations apply now A. T. T. I. T. dot com slash careers D. I. T. is equal opportunity employer disability.

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"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Can be while supplies last contiguous US only selections vary by market today the sound of protests and calls for change will be heard loud and clear as the music industry goes quiet several record label executives and artists have thrown their support behind the blackout Tuesday protest which aims to raise awareness to show solidarity with the demonstrations being held against police brutality the music industry as a whole will stop normal operations for a day in an effort to fight racial justice and support the black community a statement released about the initiative wrote the music industry is a multi billion dollar industry an industry that has profited predominantly from black art Jane Fonda is speaking out against white privilege in an interview with CNN the actress and activist called on white people to educate themselves and support the black lives matter movement fund explained to don lemon that white people should recognize their own privilege and use it to advocate for change she said we have to understand what it is that keeps racism in place Hosey is helping out those heard during the George Floyd protests in Los Angeles the singer stood on the front line of a protest in Santa Monica California this weekend and was photographed providing medical aid to fellow protesters who were injured all the shared on social media that she had to help bandage up a man who was shot by rubber bullets in the face after attending the demonstrations the store advise protesters to be prepared and carry medical supplies with them that's entertainment nuclear goddess NBC news radio the top ten thirty minutes past the hour the most important news story if it matters to you I really like getting updates why well in his address again the foundation named after actor Gary Sinise has a mission to support our country's veterans first responders their families and those in need and now he's looking out for those battling the coronavirus the Gary Sinise foundation is donating twenty thousand meals to Veterans Affairs health care frontline workers the VA will identify eighty plus of their medical facilities across the country that will receive the food in the coming weeks up to two hundred fifty meals will be donated to each facility depending on size in need and the meals will come from local restaurants nearby which also gives a boost to communities and local economies according to the VA secretary Robert Wilkie donations like this mean a lot to our VA staff as they are on the frontlines of caring for our nation's veterans every day we are very appreciative of this are appreciative of this donation during the coveted nineteen pandemic Gary Sinise great American.

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Music industry calls for Black Out Tuesday amid unrest

Charlie Parker

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Music industry calls for Black Out Tuesday amid unrest

"Today the sound of protests and calls for change will be heard loud and clear as the music industry goes quiet several record label executives and artists have thrown their support behind the blackout Tuesday protest which aims to raise awareness to show solidarity with the demonstrations being held against police brutality the music industry as a whole will stop normal operations for a day in an effort to fight racial justice and support the black community a statement released about the initiative wrote the music industry is a multi billion dollar industry an industry that has profited predominantly from black art Jane Fonda is speaking out against white privilege in an interview with CNN the actress and activist called on white people to educate themselves and support the black lives matter movement fund explained to don lemon that white people should recognize their own privilege and use it to advocate for change she said we have to understand what it is that keeps racism in place Hosey is helping out those heard during the George Floyd protests in Los Angeles the singer stood on the front line of a protest in Santa Monica California this weekend and was photographed providing medical aid to fellow protesters who were injured all the shared on social media that she had to help bandage up a man who was shot by rubber bullets in the

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"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"About the corona virus pandemic depend on us to bring you the latest news radio nine fifty W. W. J. in person church services resumed in Michigan today but with changes at Dearborn divine child's father Matthew hood says there will be fewer people allowed into the church to allow for social distancing and all prisoners were must wear masks despite the changes hood says it will be good to have people back we are so grateful that we're no longer just saying mass to a camera in an empty **** little depressing to see an empty church I know people are joining online but yeah we're so grateful that people will be able to return and it's an opportunity for people who are comfortable to return to mask it says people should be patient Detroit archbishop Allen vigneron suspended public masses in mid March to help stop the spread of the corona virus W. W. J. news time one forty two getting out of the intensive care unit when you've been on a ventilator with severe coping nineteen disease is good news yet most people will need some additional help to make the transition to home Johns Hopkins rehabilitation expert Megan Hosey describes what survivors might expect we're finding that people need five to seven days after critical illness to really get rounded back up with their activities of daily living to go home we're thinking that patients who survive Kobe and the critical illness that can be associated with that will have post intensive care syndrome so changes in cognition including deficits in attention learning memory it might include.

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"hosey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Social casino industry has gone from essentially no revenues ten years ago to now being a five billion dollar a year industry that's almost as big as the whole Las Vegas Strip and social casinos are going so fast soon they're expected to overtake it and Facebook is driving that growth with its massive advertising reach Facebook can target and show social casino adds to the people it calculates are the most likely to spend huge amounts of money the whales it seems very good for gaming companies because they can decide to target on Facebook on about you know speed specific users or just the whales and how does it do that Facebook analyzes its huge database of personal information and it's almost two and a half billion users after to deny Fleiss will be the biggest spenders it charges a premium to social casinos to advertise to those wheels this practice of profiting from social casinos made at least one executive at Facebook uneasy I am covered a confidential email from Sam lesson the former vice president of product management he told Facebook founder mark Zuckerberg I am not proud of the fact we are currently exploring game companies that make online slot machines as positive examples of those willing to pay our fees I'm fine with it just not proud of the emails from two thousand and twelve with the social casinos were just starting to take off a year later Facebook awarded Hosey Britain's social casino as one of its games of the year I had no idea this.

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"hosey" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

14:34 min | 4 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on CXMH

"An incarceration situation or end up homeless or there is no hospital in their town or the next town over or six towns over and the one that is six towns over. Doesn't have any psychiatric beds right so you know I as I traveled around starting to tell the story and creating spaces in faith communities for other people to tell their stories it more and more showed me the importance of making sure that we're paying attention to all of the different types of stories and then trying to do something about that right trying to take seriously the fact that so many of the stories about mental health in this country are stories about a lack of access to care or the inequitable provision of care or the way that other systems like race like rural urban defines Impact the ability to experience a caring environment. Yeah Oh my gosh. It's so good. The social worker in me is just like I love good so good as just so good well so in a Lotta ways. It kind of seems like this last book like the last week that you had written really is a story that kind of leads up to an includes much of your treatment and that does new book in many ways picks up in starts where you basically get the bill for that treatment And so were I want to ask a little bit about why in first of all why write a book about this but then also I'd love to hear you talk a little bit about like what is mental health care have to do with theology and vice versa. Sure Yeah I think To us sort of an old school Evangelista word right. I felt really convicted As I started sharing sharing sharing this story that in a way seem to have a really happy ending it was like You know I went through this mental health struggle. But now here I am talking to you. You know clothed in my right mind And that seemed to be for one thing maybe a bit of a misrepresentation of the fact that is a chronic thing at come can you know in my case. I can have good days and bad days and good months and bad months right but that also that sort of ignored a lot of the realities that I experienced coming out of the hospital where the mental health system was one of my biggest mental health challenges. Right now you know you mentioned getting the bill or I this was before the affordable care act. Provisions became law which meant that insurance companies were legally allowed to deny coverage for anything based on a pre existing condition and that led to me being in a massive amount of medical debt. My My payment monthly payment on the debt was bigger than my rent in. Washington. Dc. Which like if you've ever tried to read something in Washington DC Israelis. Thanks something And so that that struggle just sort of wasn't represented in In the story that I was telling so expanding that story to to talk a bit about these systems that impact care and then when I started doing that I started noticing how so much of our supposedly secular language about these systems that impact care was very theological in its nature and I admit that this is perhaps the result of doing a Master's in divinity that you end up with this hammer. Everything looks like a nail but like she seemed like the language of pre existing and pre existence for example is very theological language. So one of the things that I talk about in the book is the first use published use of the term pre existing to refer to healthcare coverage Is in about the the forties? It's like nineteen forty seven in Reno Nevada newspaper but the earliest use of the term pre existing in print in English is in the fifteen hundreds as part of a theological tract. So the idea that God is pre existing were that Christ is pre existing. Is The steeply theological concept so it was fascinating to me to like notice that this language of pre existence now is language that we assume it's talking about the system. I think like similarly language of insurance I talk about in the book. The tension between the concept of insurance which is a concept about being secure through risk management versus this Christian theological concept of assurance the assurance of Salvation Right where assurance this sort of deep seated sense of. Yes even me yes I am loved yes I belong I am included in the story and insurance is kind of heading off the risk and I would argue that in the United States especially. We tend to mix these concepts Concepts up a lot in fact I've driven by a church that had a sign out front. You know like Funny Church signs that said Come inside for your fire insurance right you know so that salvation is kind of a get out of Hell Free Card that you need to. You need to buy into it. Because that's how you manage your risk of eternal salvation or damnation right Which I don't think is a very helpful or healthy way of thinking about this really important concept to me this concept of salvation. So I mean just just a few examples but I started to notice over and over again the spirituality. That would come up when I was starting to engage around these issues so being someone who cares a lot about faith communities being someone who is in ministry myself trying to draw some of these threads together in order to maybe if we have healthier if we if we have a kind of unhealthy theology and an unhealthy system than maybe being able to turn a lens onto this theology look at the embedded beliefs in the system and say are there healthier ways of thinking and talking about this will lead us to some healthier systems now. I think that's so good getting at the deeper like can we look at the systems as a whole right as opposed to like well. Just talk about get some help. Right like recognizing. Hey there's a lot of people that can't necessary. It's not just that easy and that there are these big systems and I love because sometimes I think we can look at things like that and say well. That's public policy. That's not really the police of theological debates or whatever right but what you're saying the argument you make renewal in this book is like. Hey those things don't. They can't be separated quite so easily right. I mean you right. At one point where there are systems there are powers and principalities to be named in challenged and later on. You're talking about systems. Does not only mean analyzing concrete examples of injustice or dissecting policy systems are also spiritual so this idea that like our spirituality and our our theological ideas are woven in just because people created them right are woven into the systems that we create I think is really important yeah so impart to speaking of systems. You talk you touch on. Systemic problems like toxic masculinity and racism and a culture of violence and all sorts of things right and you use this kind of dichotomy of talking about six systems versus. Just sick people right. Why is it important to talk about six systems as you put it? Yeah I mean for one thing. Systems impact the health of individuals In ways both subtle and obvious right and so You Know Holly I'll just I'll tell you my Pastoral Care Professor and seminary was a social worker before he was A. You know. You'll like this but now I mean already loving a ton of the ADS. So Yeah Yeah I mean you know this idea that somebody can walk in even even into a one on one therapy session. Let's say as an example without bringing all of the things going on in their systems with them not true right. Yeah and systems. We can mean we can. We can mean you know race and class in these big things but also what's going on in your family your friend group right. That's that's the stuff of our law. Were gone yes so I mean you know we. We have to talk about this stuff because there's no other way of doing it. I guess but I think like in particular when it comes to talking about mental health in this country we tend to have this really individualized in pathological view of it right. That like mental illness is what's wrong with a person and that opens up itself up to all sorts of different problems that manifest themselves in a lot of different ways and so two to have some analysis of that and be able to talk about the systems is really important and what I talk about in. The book is how this shows its importance to me. A lot of times in conversations around violence particularly gun violence where we we need to be having a really courageous and really difficult conversation in this country when it comes to gun violence and instead when shooting happens what we hear is well. They must have been mentally ill right which both keeps us from having the conversation we need to be having and scapegoats people with mental onus and stereotypes them as as violent when in fact people with mental illnesses are much more likely to be victims rather than perpetrators of violence in this country. Yeah so you seem like in that one issue or in that one conversation all the different ways that you know me as someone with a chronic mental health issue. I'm like being scapegoated in this conversation. In order to avoid having the really difficult courageous conversation we have to be having for all of our health and safety right for that if the of the whole society. So that's like that's one. I think particularly powerful and poignant example of this but that same principle I think operates when we're looking at a host of other conversations as well. Yeah Yeah I think that that nudge I should get into some of those messy conversations as hard as they may be but as important as it they are so that we aren't engaging in that scapegoating or misunderstanding. Or you know it's just so important so it's yeah well after the systems then you start talking about right section. Three's all about care and kind of how we respond to those systems right. And You bring up this idea that you know we're not just I mean even a chunk about thoughts and prayers. Ray as like this phrase but you know that it's not just our goal to like. Well we just pass all this off to God and say like well. I don't know that's not my deal right. But that we be apart of addressing those systems. Can you talk some about why? That's such an important part of caring for people. Yeah yeah the. The section on thoughts came out of this. This is like visceral reaction. I have Whenever there's this weird like Meta conversation that now happens on social media where something happens. Tragic happens and before like I can even process this tragic news. That has happened. People are arguing on twitter about thoughts and prayers and like whether it's an appropriate response or not to this tragic thing that happens and it's one of those weird moments where you realize like because social media is so ubiquitous that like social media is guiding where my thoughts are going even though like. I don't actually want to be arguing about thoughts and prayers. Right this is not what I want to be doing after. I've heard this horrific news. Whatever that horrific news right so I yeah I just wanted to to say something about that about like what I'm I'm a Christian and I'm a chaplain right and so like I'm not ready to say like people shouldn't pray after tragedy that's like against the grain of everything that I am and then on the other hand I like I totally understand this like frustration with this like rush off or this kind of wrote response to your tragedy particularly from lawmakers who could actually be legislating right rather than they they actually have the capacity or the power and the responsibility that we've invested in them by electing them to be responding to public crisis. So yeah I thought okay. Like what what? What our thoughts and prayers. So you know. I write about about prayer and the section in Paul's letter to the Church in Rome where he talks about the the cry of creation and our our own cries and the cry of the spirit. And how prayer is this stepping into this place. Where we're like the GROENING's of the world and our own groening's and the groening's of the spirit come together and lead us than into that groening right lead us then into the pain of the world in solidarity and perhaps in action and so yeah like we should pray and yet we should think Brian we should. We should use our brains When it comes to these systems that impact us but let's. Let's understand those as proactive responses. That are then reflective of what we encounter when we take action and vice versa.

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"hosey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank this is W. NYC Shawn Carlson should be partly cloudy through sunrise will of temperatures in the mid to high thirties for Sunday about a thirty percent chance of rain starting in the afternoon increasing clouds high forty five it will rain tonight we'll see love about forty one with rain through the day on Monday highs in the mid forties this is W. NYC FM HD and AM New York it's the splendid table from eight PM American public media I'm Frank it was the pros cook at home for the holidays well some of our favorite chefs the fancy stuff at work you know I'm from the merit times Aaron service merit timers and we had every Christmas we've had the same meal my entire life I've never had it something different thirty six years I have had one dash and it's called the rock that's many Matheson everyone's new favorite Canadian telling us about his unusual family specialty pacey starkest unit Hosey brings us before ingredient cookie she can't holiday without after all these two shows us how to make delicious groovy and pepper potato soup whole lot more this hour on this when the tape live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder authorities say five people were stabbed late last night during a Hanukkah celebration in Monsey New York located about thirty miles north of New York City police say the unidentified male suspect fled the scene but is now in.

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"hosey" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Q95

"Because of the dirty talk it is that's very dirty a get me to select the sloppy know what is going on the interest that's really there's a check with your cross the way our our engineer courses a Scotch please also writer of use because the joke of the day trademark and then Pat Godwin got a message for you Pat yes just got this note sounds of pleased for pants that he may want to leave now it's snowing hello another one I just want all my life highway seventy four is close sensitive people you mention the you're a little bit ill this morning I'm on this is that now I feel much better say what was that if your site is a paid sick from the hair dye when the B. hypoxic stuff okay yeah who knows that's what I got all this is too much he's what are you a little bit all right we have a we have a merengue correction you wanna tell why we're talking about merengue because there was a Guinness world record set for most people dancing the memorandum memorandum and and Dominican Republic I didn't realize there's more you can do the merengue to more than one song for twenty years ago yeah yes what scared like it's a dance like the Freddie is what it is hell's wrong with western it means a lot to do I what do you do it right this old Brier Newton Freddie handy I four hundred twenty two pair in Santo Domingo's plaza Spagna which means plaza in right now there is a hell of a ring on by Hosey dole Matteo.

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"hosey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yeah it's funded by you know generally a contribution from the company and then a contribution from the employee and you know those premiums to go up every year and you notice here that combines premium for a family an average family health policy is more than twenty thousand dollars to to the pretty stunning number you mentioned that employers are obviously still kicking into a lot of these plans how much on average workers putting in so on average workers for a family health plan are contributing about six thousand dollars a year in that last and when players are paying employers are still on average paying you know that the gay already of the is Conor but you know what one thing that you know many people don't realize how much their employers are paying for their health care but the other thing that people don't realize this you know that's part of their compensation if that's going to health care it's not going to wage it and you know I think one thing we've seen is. health care costs growing much faster than people's earnings and you know that that's a real kind of pocketbook issue for for a lot of Americans especially because so many Americans right now we're living paycheck to paycheck yeah I mean another data point that I think is this really instructive that the separate survey by the federal reserve shows that a panel forty percent of Americans can can't afford an unexpected four hundred dollar expense so you know if there's a lot of households with you know essentially no or very little on achieving zero liquidity and you know even if people with health insurance because of deductibles are rising and other cost sharing elements are rising even if you have insurance he could easily be hit with a four hundred dollar unexpected medical close gonna talk to you about that because you know the six thousand dollar quote that we're talking about that is just the premiums right yeah that's the employer contribution to a family health policy. but you're right that doesn't tell you what people might have to pay when they need care if they have to go to the doctor or go to the hospital you know there are increasingly plans have high deductibles that exposed people take those costs as well WBZ's Nicole Davis speaking with Bloomberg's John Hosey seven away to check on Wall Street now with Bloomberg's Tracy junkie when president trump said the deal with China could happen sooner than you think wall street's forgot everything else the Dow up a hundred sixty three points the nasdaq up eighty four I simply up eighteen points how about a smart oven for your kitchen Amazon announced a number of new devices including enough and that integrates with Alexa this was Amazon's third annual September launch event and the.

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"hosey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Do your millions with a grand slam here in the first. I mean. when you get the first one you know you like that's you know I mean I thought exactly. really set up the whole warning but then you know their pictures are falling behind in holes he hits it. and now I can't tell you what I told you before the second one I mean he killed double like you know that's. some blue. Terry Francona Hosey and mill the he's so unique but yeah just to really at a loss for words other than unbelievable the way that Jose Ramirez re introduces himself to the wind up so seven RB I own a pair of home runs after being out a month with a broken hand and the Indians death desperately needed that so here's the way it shakes up on this Wednesday morning September twenty fifth. five days left in the Major League Baseball regular season. the eighties have a half game lead over the rabies who walked off in twelve innings against the New York Yankees seriously this is getting good I mean it's been good but it's it's even more dramatic now the rays walk off for their ninety fourth when I get to keep them have K. behind the aids and the Indians are just a half game behind the rays after their big victory gosh it it sucks and when we talk about this and other sports as well the NBA very often goes down to the wire for its eight spots in both the east and the west. it's not that anybody's gonna be left on the outside looking in after all this work and everything that they poured into it heart soul blood sweat and tears going back to February in spring training but the wild cards offer a couple extra opportunity so I'm all for the wild cards I know that this time next week but the debate will rage about well Kerr don't bear the Shibley three game series know that there are actually teens getting into the post season that wanted to be otherwise and I think it's great because eight puts a premium on winning your division the reward those teams that have been the most consistent over the course of the season and then we as fans get to start off the playoffs with a bang. elimination games immediately. I mean that sucks you right in so October first and second the wild card games in the A. L. and the N. L. and we're just a week away from that. all right you can find me on Twitter a law radio will reveal your choice for touchdown Tuesday coming up OB or also asking you outside the box question one of the things I'm so he got about as we start the season of fall autumn is the return of all my favorite TV shows and yes I'm obsessed with the crime dramas I have my DVR going almost every night multiple shows and so we're asking you which shows are you looking forward to as.

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"hosey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"hosey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone I'm with the rainy and Lauren and we're talking about highlights from the global pet expo this year twenty nineteen and Lauren what was another one of your favorite products that you ran into specially in the boutique section sure so on I ran into a new company and new to global pet expo this year and they're called sweetie be at where they're out of Canada I believe Ontario and and they just number one they caught my eye because their materials are made out of these metallic these like cool metallic shiny materials and it caught my eye because it's it definitely gives up the city dog died and they have a bunch of different coats and harnesses and leashes so when you're going through with the dog not everyone at global pet expo has a job with them so when you go through with the dog everyone just blocks to the dogs so intense it is reading down the aisle the different vendors just come out and they're like try my treat served right on this coat and and she came running out she said you have to try this on this would look so cute on them so we did you tried on when the fur coats and it was so cool because we have an issue with Nelson as I've mentioned before he has anxieties and one of them is so we live in New York City and when we go outside in the winter time it can be like ten degrees so we like he's a small dog I like to put on another layer on him a coats and it keeps the Wharton shivers within ten seconds of being outside we let him out four times a day but also we have around yeah yeah so I think all dogs do I think it's not like a small dog big dog thing it gets cold out there and they need an extra layer sometimes so we had so many different coats and we tried so many different coats and he hates them all because a lot of them have to go over your head. ed and he is not a fan of the over the head stops and especially member going out walking and four times a day it's like I'm constantly taking things on and off of him all day he gets really annoyed so this their product with sweetie Pat where they had to bell grows and you just want they'll grow by the knack and then one under the stomach and it was so easy to get on and off and it was so fashionable like Nelson's pretty fashionable dog we live in New York City I don't get to keep up and it was made of this like shiny hunter green material so it was a quilted at kind of bass situation like a proper Jack yeah it was a puffer jacket except that it's so cool yeah hi and the inside was lined with like this lease out so it was super warm and cozy and it was stylish and it was easy to get on and off Lauren were you thinking I want one of those yeah. they gave us when you tried it on for you I mean it sounds great you're going to yeah I would love. when I won one and I live in the south so when we. I know when I travel without being you know little Hosey so yeah I would love to twin that Nelson get you get one twenty size and I'll be all set they'll grow easy they don't dogs so you know as he's nine pounds how many days a little bit. but but yeah I just I loved it and it definitely solves the problem that I have with him with just getting things on and off it constantly in the winter time and brutal New York winters so it was it kind of checked all the boxes for me I was really happy to meet them that's great to hear any kind of makes you think you know a lot of times when companies make things they don't always thinks is because my pooch is you know I'm in South Florida so we have rain coats yeah we only use them when it really rains heavy because otherwise it's it's difficult and the bigger dog you put something on him and he just takes stand still like what's on me he gets very weird but but the way it's happened to be bell crowed but there for larger.

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"hosey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"hosey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A hard drive in a deep center this is going to do it way back there it is in the Rockies and tied the game in the night even at for chorus field that ball was just an amazing shot the estimate from stat cast on Desmond home run four hundred sixty seven feet so it was tight and then there was more drama Tapia father with another blow how many bluesy gonna get in one night that thing well we we use seems to be Crisfield especially late in games I can be an unending supply of them but then Will Smith trying to get the game into extra innings after not getting the save struck out Ryan McMahon and after Tapia stole second getting himself into scoring position he also struck out twenty Walters and that is how the giants got themselves to the tenth way Davis the veteran closer came in for Colorado with Davis not having a good year especially at Coors field his earned run average eight in this ballpark coming into the game tonight and it went up with one out buster Posey coax the walk then Pablo side of all he walked to walks in a row putting two men on for the red hot Alex Dickerson left handed hitting Alex stickers and here comes the swings in lines wanted to right field basis Hosey coming at third and Ron Walters is going to send them black men up with all his throws going toward third son of all judging.

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"hosey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"hosey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Montage Democrats the drive bys joining together in unison to criticize Andy Reid trumps historic step into North Korea as just a photo op another example of trump cozying up authoritarian dictator of all the things don't use trouble doing these people these people cozy up to your job or is it because you have to check with Vera and Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union I am trump is closing they are so intellectually beer raft if we could just if we could just add another ten points to the average IQ it would finish these people anyway here is the son of a president trop appeasement tore I have no idea why he's shaking hands with a dictator critics call the encounter an empty photo op alongside a murderous dictator Hosey up to dictators to authoritarian rulers to despot this is symbolism over substance they're only delivering us photo ops what's the president going to get out of it other than a photo op just for the photo op just a photo op just another photo op a photo op handshake nothing real about a lot with Kim Jong you're calling up to our enemies these dictators is adored tearing regimes the undercurrent of this entire trip meeting with authoritarian figures in the Thor tarian regime playbook thing that's playing out for tearing Donald Trump is sucking up to it looking for allies in the leaders of Thor tarian nations you have a president who seems to love what farmer tarian people president trump finds more solace in meeting with authoritarian leaders and making fun of an insulting our friends that's that's madam Albright there and she's part of the group that was demanded we always talk to these people we got to talk to him they got mad and Reagan for not talking to the Russians I got mad at Reagan for not scheduling a summit they got mad at bush for not talking to the leaders they get mad at all of us then they go talk to him and guess what Kim Jong moon and his dad gets smokes the Iranians get blokes you don't want closing up to authoritarian dictators how about rock Hussein Obama here's a flash back for you in the drive bys going nuts for Obama stepping foot in Cuba the big day for the US and Cuba to the airplane it's our first one and it's been on a journey that's taken ninety years history has just been made president Obama touching down Air Force One landing here in Havana the first US president in nearly ninety years to step foot on Cuban soil the first sitting American president to set foot on the island in eighty eight years I never thought I would reach lived to see this day.

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"hosey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"hosey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Montage Democrats the drive bys joining together in unison to criticize Andy Reid trumps historic step into North Korea as just a photo op another example of trump calls do authoritarian dictator of all the things don't use trouble doing these people these people cozy up to your job or is it because you have to check with Vera and Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union I am trump is closing they are so intellectually beer raft if we could just if we could just add another ten points to the average IQ it would finish these people anyway here is the son of president trump appeasement tore I have no idea why he's shaking hands with a dictator critics call the encounter an empty photo op alongside a murderous dictator Hosey up to dictators to authoritarian rulers to despot this is symbolism over substance they're only delivering us photo ops what is the president going to get out of it other than a photo op just for the photo op just a photo op just another photo op a photo op handshake nothing real photo lab with Kim Jong moon you're calling up to our enemies these dictators is adored tearing regimes the undercurrent of this entire trip meeting with authoritarian figures and authoritarian regime playbook thing that's playing out for tarian Donald Trump is sucking up to it looking for allies in the leaders of of Thor tarian nations you have a president who seems to love what far tarian people president trump finds more solace in meeting with authoritarian leaders and making fun of an insulting our friends that's that's madam Albright there and she's part of the group that was demanded we always talk to these people we got to talk to him they got mad and Reagan for not talking to the Russians they got mad at Reagan for not scheduling a summit they got mad at bush for not talking to the leaders they get mad at all of us then they go talk to him and guess what Kim Jong moon and his dad get blokes the Iranians get blokes you don't want closing up to authoritarian dictators how about rock Hussein Obama here's a flashback Fauria the drive bys going nuts for Obama stepping foot in Cuba the big day for the US and Cuba so that airplane it's our first one and it's been on a journey that's taken ninety years history has just been made president Obama touching down Air Force One landing here in Havana the first US president in nearly ninety years the step foot on Cuban soil the first sitting American president to set foot on the island in eighty eight years I never thought I would reach live to see.

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