29 Burst results for "Hoskin"

"hoskin" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"hoskin" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Indigenous importance state representative in navajo tribal member jasmine blackwater nygren sponsored the bill when we wear our traditional regalia it really allows us to celebrate who we are as our full selves right. Not just who. We are as a student but who we are. As native students blackwater nygren who herself or traditional regalia to her high school college and law school. Commencement points out that native americans have the lowest graduation rates of any group. In the nation the ceremonies are particularly important for indigenous graduates. Their families and their communities a school district in maricopa county was sued last year after a native american student was denied entry to her graduation ceremony because she was wearing a traditionally beated cap. With a sacred eagle plume. That was ryan hinds on friday. The cheyenne and arapaho tribes and the clinton oklahoma public school district released a joint statement saying a reported incident involving the cutting of a native students hair by other students is inaccurate. Tribal and school leaders met last week and an investigation began following a report that an elementary student has haircut by two older students without his consent. The report which was widely circulated across social media angered the native community and calls for action quickly followed according to the tribal and school statement. Video shows the student entering and exiting the restroom alone and not with two older students. School officials say the investigation will continue over the weekend. And this data the nation address cherokee nation of oklahoma principal chief chuck hoskin junior vowed to continue to protect tribal sovereignty and seize opportunities through the us supreme court's mcgirt decision the decision affirms reservation boundaries and has been a contentious issue between the state's governor and tribes hoskin in his speech said directly to the governor of oklahoma that the cherokee nation needs to be treated with respect and they're ready to resolve challenges but called the governor ill-informed for insisting that mcgirt is a crisis. Hoskin says this needs to be resolved. Oklahoma governor kevin state has publicly criticized. The mcgirt ruling hoskin also says the cherokee nation will resist any effort in congress to erode mcgirt..

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"hoskin" Discussed on The AIB Show

The AIB Show

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The AIB Show

"Person forty fifty eight person. So to mitigate or offset that cost the people who are going to hospital and driving the costs are generally the unvaccinated. Therefore they want to mitigate the costs and not have insurance premiums gold for everybody so in essence charge. People charged this subsection who choosing not to get the vaccine to the benefit of everybody else is is their messaging. What are your thoughts. I think i get it from if i think there's a number. Two hundred is accurate on the number. Maybe it's twenty dollars and that would be fair thing if you judge the fifty thousand average how many people in the past year and a half of wound up in hospital. How many projects over the next year to win hoskin depend on the dollar amount that the thought. I just wonder i. I'm very skeptical on any community that being fair with the daughter among abroad. But they're not quantify their actuaries. Let's do this work for a living But i find interesting concert. You're literally sub section of the population. You gotta pay extra minute that also goes with. It's similar situation because it's not again people come out with the the the freedom be situation knows me but this falls in line of you know if you're a smoker you pay more if you're doing certain things you pay more because you're great you're at greater risk. I knew i never thought about that. Know the smoker. But yeah i mean it's so a foreign concept but people are viewing it as such in like it's not But so that's that's one of those. I didn't know where you fell on. It and i thought that was an interesting one for you to continue upon our discussion from another episode. That.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

The Economist: Babbage

04:17 min | 11 months ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

"There are two main elements to managing type one diabetes. It's about monitoring blood sugar levels. And it's also about injecting insulin and the right amount of insulin when it's required that's of my cherished badge producers jason hoskin. He's been living with type one diabetes since he was sixteen years old people with type..

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"hoskin" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on You Beauty

"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that

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Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

You Beauty

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?

"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"As a complete an aggressive argument against mcgirt before the supreme court s could be may in. It was talented attorneys. They brought everything they could at it. The mr mcgirt attorneys in those friends of the court briefs filed by the nation and other tribes including the creek nation We we gave are all. The chips fell where they were was on the side of the united states. Keeping a promise. The governor thinks the united states ought not to keep a promise he can go make that case to the court..

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"And negotiate something on mcgirt adding the legislature got to have a role in that because they've had a role in every other compacting mechanism that's been developing the state including the gaining complex. Legislature will be important. I certainly respect the jobs they have to do and the fact that they need to listen to their constituents in some of them are feeling anxious over mcgurk so you obviously see now deliver turkey nation but for oklahoma is a whole real opportunity here to make progress and to move the state to a much better place through this ruling in the strengthening of of tribal sovereignty. How do you. How would you measure that if people are gonna say well. How do i really know what's going to be better than the current system that we have. I'm worried sick. what's going to happen to some of these cases. How do you allay those concerns and say you know. Here's why it's gonna be better. These are live. Things are whatever that we're focused on. I can point to what we do is a government right now. I think people generally respect the cherokee nation as being very effective inefficient government. There were air providing core services including services that non indian. So i think they could see what our track record naked. Kill some competence. We put out frequently. The efforts were making to build up criminal justice system. The money they were putting into and i tried to impress upon people that were doing this with lightning speed when you compare it to how now again hundred save. Oklahoma's had more century to build their system. We're going in months In we are doing it. And i want them to see more marshals out on the roads patrolling and want them to know and see more prosecutors. I want them to see you know frankly. More headlines about cases being prosecuted successfully one victims to know that their cases being handled by prosecutors. That are very good. The best in the business. I think we also have a victim services unit. And then i want them to hear from me and other travel officials that we really do want to build. This is the best criminal justice system in the country. And i think to do that you know. You have to be firming. After the tough when it comes to crime you have to put people away. But i think a great criminal. Justice system is one that also provides a path back to those who have done their time. Did the crime the time and they're moving back in society. And what can we do to help. Make them whole. We wanna make the victims whole but we also recognize that people come back into society. It's all of our responsibility in all of our burden. They're not into a society in which they can get a job in lead to good quality. People are going to see that aspect of the nations justice system shine through. And i think you're gonna appreciate it. I think they're gonna look at cherokee. Nation is operating a health system. That is comprehensive more comprehensive. Were building up to complete realistic view. Of how we should take care of people. I think they should understand that. We take things like substance abuse very serious. We're going to put more resources into that. We're going to put more resources in the coming years into behavioral health mentally. Well so much of that goes to some of the underlying problems with crime. They're gonna see us. Invest in parts of oklahoma that the rest of the world forgot about some of the rural areas where some of the crime frankly stems from in terms of the drug use. Lack of opportunity sometimes lack of hope. See us looking at the world in this holistic way and i think many oklahomans appreciate that and sometimes i wonder government couldn't do more the state of oklahoma so all i can say is got a good track record. Were presently putting resources in it. I think people should also withhold judgment. Should also wait and see. Are we doing the job that i say we're going to do. I believe people will see. I think they'll appreciate it. Have to see how it unfolds over time. And i promise you have got best and brightest on this and i feel very competent myself. I had a couple of other things mary. You're more on this. I just another man. I couldn't curious let your take is on the ongoing debate about critical roofs theory. Oklahoma and how that's playing out in public schools. Sure seems to me that cherokee nation members were very concerned about the freedom to really explore discuss our academic settings the reality of american history the critical race theory. Bill was an absurd piece of legislation and absurd solution in search of a problem. There is no problem in this terms of critical race theory. I wonder if some of the folks touting it bothered look much critical race theory which is a master's and doctorate level theory. That was in college classrooms in terms of thinking about how things are taught through the matter is there are difficult chapters in state history in american history in cherokee history that we ignore at our own peril that we suppress in a way that might make some people in the in the society. Feel good a collectively. I think it strips of something we have to tell history or to know. I think that if this country which is on a path to i think teach history native americans better in this generation does didn't previous generation that includes the Tears the forced removal of the cherokee people. My daughter girl is growing up in a world and with education opportunity to teach her more in her peers. More than i had my father had. My grandfather had their peers his peers. If we start to regress we'll be less of a state for it And so in that. I'm talking about here. Native american history. There's elements of history with african americans in the state. I mean my goodness. We just came off. A month ago memorializing the tulsa race massacre. Which is effectively an active crime scene in north tulsa in which people were killed and communities destroyed and there was a cover up history that a teacher in the state should be afraid to teach because they might violate state. Law is discussing the trail of tears. Something that might give a reason to pause in this state. It's almost beyond the beside the point with the precise language of the statute is or the regulations that just issued from the state. What message does it send on the political leaders of this state. Tell teachers you better watch it. You'd better watch what you say. We need teachers who have not only the funding to do their jobs. Teachers have the freedom to jobs and the critical race theory ban. I'm afraid we'll have a chilling effect. And i don't want oklahoma to grow up in a state in this coming generation in which teachers are reluctant to talk about the origins of the state and how it was imposed on tribal lands. And frankly if they did that people might not have a great understanding of things like mcgirt or maybe the next mcgirt that happens in the next generation. Maybe some monumental indian law case that's handed down that has real for oklahoma. Don't we wanna population that understands the origins of that that it's based entreaties there was that this place existed before the state of oklahoma was imposed on it. I think we do Don't we want in the future. When i hope there's not. But there may be instances of racial strife in this state. Don't we want young people to have some understanding that there was a tulsa race massacre and then it was covered up and it was horrendous and the people suffered and people out of know about it. Don't we want them to grow up in a world which they know those things and then they can be critical of their own society. And we're came from. We ought to. That makes them more well rounded person so sorely disappointed in that bill and i think it's the wrong direction also think it doesn't say much about the state in terms of whether it's a great place to come and raise a family and move a business. I mean it starts to look like we're really regressive here. I thought we wanted to build a top ten state. I thought we wanted to lay out a welcome mat for investment in this state. I think that does the opposite but my first concern is that we're not gonna teach history in the way we ought to. We really should take a critical look at history. Always someone who grew up in oklahoma and didn't really learn about the tulsa race massacre referred to those days also raise riot july. I in henry people on the anniversary were saying. I never heard that and swore i never heard any of that stuff and assured him which leads me to believe. This is the thing that gets ram through. The legislature is symbol mountain slowly. Will noisy wordy get something like this knowing. But then i think the people at large no we need to have these discussions and and we. We wanna know what happened and particularly young people. I certainly since that from my conversations with young people well of dumping there as a parent in chief. Your appearance You know arnold apparent will boom curious. You know they're like oh. What is this you know. And so just this idea that they banished from thought this concept that before it was really only taught in law school You know. I have to wonder if the consequences might not might be a little counter to what their expectations are being. You know it could be the as happens. Seemingly generation after generation the young generation may take matters in their own hand. They may explore. They may be just energized. Start exploring this history. That's supposedly not supposed to be looked at that. Might be our best home. Better would be for the law to be repealed for teachers to have the freedom to teach history. So i wanna jump on the mention of repeal. Though i mean i'm just thinking it'll be the governor. Sorry the governor wanting to The supreme court to overturn mcgirt. They just ruled Evidence can he bring to the you know to get them to. Oh wait we were wrong right. I is curious. Says curious to understand. The governor would think that supreme court decision but the decision was written by conservative justice justice at understood federal indian law and a majority of justices. Who believed that if the united states makes it promise. And i keep that promise. And that if it's going to obliterate that promise in let's be clear. The united states under lindy law longstanding federal law can wipe away treaty promises. They can do it. The congress has the power to do at the court. Said the congress didn't do it in the courts right congress kinda tiptoed up to completely terminating. The five tribes. It didn't quite new. I'm not sure what facts. The governor could advance in the state of oklahoma made a.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"And strengthen those ties on a bipartisan basis the legislature the cherokee nation in the traps have worked well together. I mean we spent the last session working on a number of bills. I one of the reasons that the film and tv industry tax credit which is good. Something support was passed not exclusively because we supported but we pitched in to support Speaker mccall one of the bill's near and dear to his heart was a rural doctor. Tax credits we can attract and retain more doctors to rural areas. Which is important. The cherry connection.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Nothing might be helpful so at the end of the day though. I really hate to reduce this. Only to assist them of criminal. Justice only a matter of criminal justice Because you know the tribes or more than that right. Your function is more than that and so You know what is really. I feel like the mcgirt. In the criminal. Justice side in the jurisdiction site is. Is you a tricky. Well it's kinda complicated part of it sort of i guess but you know really what is this. What does this tell us about tribal sovereignty in wise the governor If you don't mind answering why do you think the governor's really while pushing back so hard against that notion. The answer is plainly that he thinks tribal sovereignty is a nuisance. He thinks it's an obstacle. You think it's something that is in his way that needs to be swatted out of the way and that's what that's how. He approached the gaming compact dispute. Which again was the most absurd waste of time that a governor and tribal leaders have had to spend in. Probably the history of this Shouldn't happen he made it happen. We resolved at in our favor. He sees travel sovereignty as an impediment wants to wipe an impediment out of his way. And that's why he's taken the most important case for travel. Sovereignty does actually bigger than criminal justice. It's about whether this country ought to keep its promise to the tribes. I would think he'd agree with that. I think is ancestors with thank. You would agree with that. But that's something he'll have to wrestle with. But i do think that he sees tribal. Sovereignty is an impediment as an obstacle. He wants to wipe it out of the way. That's why wants mcgirt completely wiped off the books. That's why he wants to inflame the citizens instead of oklahoma and their passions against tribal sovereignty is not gonna work two thousand twenty one. It's not gonna work. Nineteen twenty one. It might have worked two thousand twenty one. It's not gonna work. We are strong. We are proving a and we're proving this to our non and friends that the most effective governments in the state the ones that get it done on healthcare and housing and education and law enforcement and a host of other issues education. The governments that are getting things done are the travel governments. And i think we've been applauded for those efforts. We need to keep working together because it was a great deal more we can get done together than apart this state whether he knows it or not is the envy of the country in that. It's a state that has the opportunity to have thirty nine great partners in the cherokee tribes in the state the cherokee nation is the best friend that these of oklahoma's ever had we need to be treated like friends and we need to use our friendship to do great things for this state. We can do it. We're doing it right now. We're doing it in spite of the governor's rhetoric. But i think if he would change his philosophy about tribes state of the better off. I don't know that he's going to do that. What are you are you gather is he. He obviously must be making a calculation to some degree and he took a political discussion. But this thought about this. It's hard for me to imagine that he must assume that there are some political benefits to challenging. The tribes is there. Is there still that big. A sort of anti-tribal sovereignty of base out there. That is You know that they're still wants to throw things back hundred years in the state the he thinks he somehow to solidify or but she fakes It's a much smaller element than it. Once was. i mean a few years ago. We got a bill through congress that restore protected indian land. Thailand northeast oklahoma. When we tried that fifteen years ago we ran into above soul of the oil and gas industry time. We sat down with him and talked about how this bill could be something. That's beneficial to our people not harmful to the industry had a great dialogue and we got a bill passed in the law. Few years back that tells me that the state is changing just anecdotally based on my visits in communities talking to town mayors or school boards or police chiefs or people will county level building roads or economic development people which we work a great deal with seems to be a deal of appreciation for the tribes great deliver expect for travel governments and people recognizing the opportunity to work together. I don't know why the government governor doesn't quite see it that way i would think given the Defeat that he had in the gaming compact and the absolute absence of support for his position among people who are really trying to build this state every day from political leaders business leaders everybody across the state. I would think he would have learned something. But maybe he's done polling. I don't do polling on these things. I just go out and do my job and visit with people and get some feedback. Feedback is positive. Maybe he's got holiness says otherwise. I don't know certainly has some interest. Groups left that are organized the oklahoma council for public affairs so called think-tank that said Began the tribal. Sovereignty was impediment in that mcgirt was about race in. We were somehow going to re re segregate. Our schools goes relative mcgirt. I mean some of those elements that are frankly at this point kind of fringe elements. And they're not well informed and frankly they don't have a lot of influence least. I hope they don't. I think those folks are moving the needle much in the state. Somehow some way he believes this is the right thing to do. And look maybe he just believes his core tribe. Sh should not enjoy sovereign. Maybe he just believes that tribal governments are a bad thing. Maybe just believes that oklahoma's better off without tries. Maybe it's not. Maybe just a core principle that he has. That's actually more troubling. Because maybe he could see the light of the polls showed him. He was wrong. I don't know but if it's to his core in we're going to have a long a period of time left in his term. But i'm committed to work together. I know of some strong things about the governor. But frankly when he attacks tribal sovereignties attacking the cherokee nation and tackling the cherokee nation and the chief of the cherokee nation. Better pushback on that. And i do push back on it. I'm always willing to work with the state of oklahoma. We worked together in a lot of ways. I mean we have hunting and fishing compact. We extended last year working together right now. Some bottom environmental things and recreation things going. Lieutenant governor matt pinellas one of the best friends. We have in state government. He likes to work on economic development tourism. Lots of people in the state we can work with drive to work with the debtor. It seems to me to that I would bet that legislators who are hearing from a mayors in their towns and city councils and in school superintendent since oh fourth who have been beneficiaries of support from tribal governments time that for whatever reason to state has not been willing for a decade And really even longer to fund a lot of core services properly would understand the importance of that relationship and probably would like to see ways to expand.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Example. I gave one a moment ago but suppose there is a non any has committed an assault. The exception is domestic violence. We have a special category of domestic violence. Cases leakage prosecute. But if you're talking about a non indian hurson gauging assault and battery let's say north tulsa which is part of the cherokee nation that non-indian would be not subject to the prosecution by the state of oklahoma. Which has been the case for one hundred thirteen years prior to mcgirt they would be subject to the jurisdiction of the united states justice department so the way that crime would be addressed on the front lines handy. And should be seamless in other words tulsa police department can apprehend the suspect Book the suspect. The question is where are charges filed. By whom in that case where it's a non indian assailant versus the the beat up a cherokee. Then the united states not the cherokee nation the united states would have the obligation to prosecute that case. Now the initial handling in that case. Should be seamless and smooth concern. That we all have and should have. Is that the united states. Attorney's office historically has not played that rope and they're looking at a lot of crime. Do important work is wonderful. Men and women that were used attorney's office and that's true over years and decades but they're not set up for that day today prosecution. That's what we're seeing more. Us attorneys being assigned to the eastern district in northern district of oklahoma particular But it's still a concern that we have to shift pretty quickly to the us attorney's office prosecuting. Let's have another example. Suppose it's an indian on indian crime in that same area north tulsa which is in the cherokee nation reservation the cherokee nation would have jurisdiction over that same crime and so the tulsa police officer can and should apprehend the indian defendant. Let's say it's a cherokee citizen. What happens next question is which jurisdiction which court which prosecutors should step in to prosecute the case which government should hold that person in custody beyond the initial looking stage and answer that case would be the cherokee nation. The problems can arise when there's uncertainty among law enforcement on that front end but the good news is that cherokee nation for years and decades has developed really good relationships with law enforcement we have crossed deputy agreements with just about every jurisdiction across a reservation including the oklahoma highway patrol. So if we can make sure that those are seamless and then we can do our job which is to take on the prosecution of lots more cases. Ub some context here in the decade prior to mcgirt we about five hundred criminal cases in the time since mcgirt applied to the cherokee nation over twelve hundred s. Just in a few months. So we're having to build up scale up this criminal justice system but what i want people know is that we're doing. We're not spending our time at political forums drumming up support from girton certainly not drumming up opposition to mcgirt. We're doing the difficult work every day occurring at criminal justice system that everyone deserves and i think every leader ought to do that. And what's the governor more. So i just wanna make perfectly clear to summarize it as clearly as possible to get away from any misconceptions if you're on tribal land if non tribal citizen commits a crime. They go to the federal this system. If a tribal citizen commits a crime that goes to the tribal citizen. The state is removed from the later. State is not from maybe an apprehension so so okay there's there's a couple of things. I kind of went to ask some more questions on one is how. How are you all kind of expanding your bandwidth your capacity You know i. I mean you know court y i guess Just kind of facilities rise. What does that look like And my second question. But i'll think of it. What with respect to that question right after megared. We assembled internally a sovereignty commission and this included people who are experts in federal indian law and including an external expert as well. We gathered those folks together to look at our system and determine what we needed to do in the near term to address mcgirt in the long term and what they determine is that at a minimum we will spend about thirty five million dollars extra per year on a criminal justice system but that in some context we spend about fifteen million dollars. A year in college scholarships which is great money that we spend a great deal of money. But it's been more than twice that just to meet the minimum challenge that mcgurk presents to us. And i think we'll have to spend a deal more for two reasons. One is the cost of criminal. Justice system does go up over time and paces inflation. Secondly if you wanna make a criminal justice system that's the best in the country this chair connection we're going to build a criminal justice system. That's the best in the country. Got to commit the resources to do it. But a of minimum of thirty five million. What are we done with those dollars. We've hired more marshals. We've heard about thirteen new marshalls. We have an excellent marshall service. Very highly trained not big enough to take on all of the geographic scope of mcgirt. So we're scaling up. Our marshall service hired Six new prosecutors some additional attorney general office staff including those with a focus on victims. We've doubled the number of staff that address victim services which is something that's been in the news lately. What about the victims. We have to keep them at the center of any criminal justice system. They'll certainly be at the center of ours. We are expanding courts out into the outlying areas From tallec will tell calls or capitals. Were courts have been for some time. Bring the courts out where the community is. And where where. It's more convenient for people to seek access to justice or working with a county right now within our jurisdiction that will announce in the near future is going to be great arrangement co using a facility that they're using at we built out of facility in muskogee to focus some on juvenile justice. And we're gonna keep doing those sorts of things we're gonna expand even in talal. We're going to build a new justice center so that we can house more court staff more prosecutors. We're gonna have to continue to grow if we're going to keep up and really sees these great opportunities presented by mcgirt. So that's what we're doing so far as to the tuna millions of dollars and i want to stress. This isn't a penny of extra federal dollars. Although we are getting those and we are committed to hold the government accountable trust responsibility. There are opportunities for the gum in the united states to step up and provide some resources. Not only to us. But to the justice department here locally so we're gonna continue to push for more funds. But i will tell you this. We're committed to putting what we need to in terms of resources into building up this justices. Let's take time hiring the best and brightest of prosecutors hiring the best and brightest in law enforcement you have to be selective. He should be selected at takes time. And we wanna hire cherokees. Of course the great extent possible and so we're putting an effort into recruiting. So that's what we're doing. We're making agreements with counties for jail space. We don't have a cherokee nation prison here. In modern times we had one historically. Will there come a time when we have to build a prison. It could be but for now. We want to make arrangements with counties and municipalities. Already doing that. So that helps with capacity were also reaching out to communities who are braced for potential revenue lost from something. That's just kind of day the day to day work of courts and law enforcement. And that's traffic tickets. We don't want to reinvent necessarily traffic court in every community. We don't want to extend our marshall service so that they have to directly handle every single speeding ticket in every single town so what we're doing is reaching agreements with those communities so they can continue to issue tickets if it's a cherokee that speedy. I get caught speeding through my hometown of anita and i get ticket I would say that ticket down at city hall and ticket though would be remitted to the cherokee city of if they engage in this agreement would keep a lion share that revenue. This we worked together. This isn't the stuff that gets a lot of headlines It's not the stuff that You get a lot of people riled up about but it is the difficult work of governing and that's what tribal leaders.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Prosecution prosecution posture. That does sort a day to day crimes. Like you might think so. If there's an assault and battery and it involves say a non indian assailant. The jurisdiction is in almost every case exclusively in the hands of the united states attorney's office. So there is some concern that cases. You need to be properly transfer. If it's kinda case that's in the hands of the cherokee nation will the cherokee nation prosecute that case and the answer is yes. It takes a great deal of working together but working together takes work. And that's.

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"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"The little i'm arnold hamilton editor of the oklahoma observer. And i'm marianne. Martin is observer. Cast your weekly deep dive into oklahoma politics policy powered by the oklahoma observer democracy foundation just over a year ago. July ninth twenty twenty the. Us supreme court delivered its ruling in mcgirt v oklahoma described as the most important ruling for indian country in decades as justice neal. Gorsuch road on the far end of the trail of tears was a promise forced to leave their ancestral lands. Ends in georgia and alabama. The creek nation received assurances that they're new lands in the west would be secure forever the government further promise that no state or territory shelf ever have a right to pass lawless for the government of such indians but they shall be allowed to govern themselves. Today gorsuch continued. We were asked whether the way in these treaties parliament's remains as indian reservation for purposes of federal criminal law because congress has not said otherwise we hold the government which were just like the impact of the forced expulsion of indians from their lands in the eighteen hundreds reverberates to this day. The effect of the mcgirt ruling the state of oklahoma cannot be overstated namely the ruling ignited a political firestorm locally elected. The state district attorney's remain apoplectic over losing prosecutorial power. The da's have worked around the clock to stout fear that native criminal justice systems won't be up to the task that a crime wave will be unleashed the likes of which law-abiding oklahoma's have never seen that heinous crimes go Justice cannot be served. What arm-in-arm with the politically powerful prosecutors is first. Republican governor kevin stint who has proven himself no friend of indian country despite his cherokee nation citizenship. He's been playing the old right wing along and order card as core race. Baiting dog whistle while whipping fantastical claims that state and local governments will lose taxing authorities huge swaths of the state and even worse for his oil and gas overlords environmental authority not surprisingly the state of oklahoma is challenging mcgirt in federal court. The legislature even caught up ten million dollars this year to help. Fund the governor's windmill tilting. What's that unfortunately hasn't bothered to do. However is engaged the tribes and dialogue to search for common ground. That could yield a win win for a post mcgirt framework that benefits both state and tribal citizens and citizens for a post mcgirt framework that benefits both state and tribal governments and citizens even worse. The governor continues to poke tribal nations. In the i like with this recent tulsa form on mcgirt that included district attorney's but no tribal leaders jerky nation principal. Chief chuck hoskin. Junior is one of the leaders indian country pushing back against the state political establishments chicken little rhetoric. We invited chief hoskin to join us for this week's observer cast to discuss what mcgirt actually does and offer his vision for the future of a fairer more just and prosperous oklahoma chief. It's great pleasure as always to visit with you. Thanks for making time with us today. We're just past the anniversary first anniversary of the mcgirt ruling and we're just passed a rather remarkable event that the governor had in tulsa that was related to the gert event. And so we thought it would be a great opportunity to visit with you about this whole issue and not only what means For the cherokee nation and for indian country of but also for the state of oklahoma and What might be lost for a lot of folks who are Hearing some fairly inflammatory rhetoric coming from Prosecutors and state law enforcement it affect the governor himself gird is the most important indian law case in many generations. you'd have to back to the nineteenth century to see a case it was answered impactful to the cherokee nation in other tribes as the impact. Were feeling from gert. It's absolutely the right decision to say. The united states ought to keep its promise under a tree that's very basic proposition. That ought to be celebrated how we apply that proposition to the specifics of mcgirt news. The great challenge of the day and it takes a great deal of leadership. Whippy very thoughtful about it but we have to act quickly. People should keep in mind the cherokee nation with the other tribes that are affected. The trigger nation is is building the biggest criminal justice system in the state of oklahoma other than the state of oklahoma's over a period of months and save oklahoma. Had hundred thirteen years to do it. We have a period of months to do it. And we're doing it and we don't just want to build a criminal justice system that is adequate for the obligations at mcgirt places upon us. We wanna build the best criminal justice system in the country. We think our people zurve. I think the people within our reservation in not a non-indian deserve it because ultimately we should all have the same goal everyone leadership on every citizen would use it. We should want a blanket of protection over various jurisdictions there's overlaps overlaps in that respect. But we all should want that blanket of protection now should wanna focus on protecting victims holding lawbreakers accountable There's a way to do it And we're we're committed to doing it. the difficulty though is in the jurisdiction and the challenges that creates and so people who live in northeast. Oklahoma may have directly experienced. Certainly read something bad at paper so who has jurisdiction over crimes committed over every square inch of for example the cherokee reservation hutus fourteen counties in northeast oklahoma who has jurisdiction will depends on. Who's involved with the crime. If if a native american is involved in the crime and then that jurisdiction is is all is certainly not with the state of oklahoma. Which is the great departure from one hundred thirteen years of criminal justice in this state that is causing some anxiety out there. It naturally would when you're making this change. But the good news is that the jurisdiction is in the hands either of the cherokee nation which is the most progressive and dynamic and effective government in this day salsa in the hands of the united states through the justice department the challenges the justice department being a in a.

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Video Shows Cop Save Man From Choking on Bag of Marijuana

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Video Shows Cop Save Man From Choking on Bag of Marijuana

"KING Washington Dash Cam video shows in Ohio State trooper using the Heimlich maneuver on a driver he had just pulled over for speeding. The man coughed up a bag of marijuana that he apparently tried to swallow. Afterward. Trooper Charles Hoskin is heard on the video asking. Do you want to die

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State Trooper Saves Man From Choking on Bag of Marijuana

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

State Trooper Saves Man From Choking on Bag of Marijuana

"Cam video shows in Ohio State trooper using the Heimlich maneuver on a driver he had just pulled over for speeding. The man coughed up a bag of marijuana that he apparently tried to swallow. Afterward. Trooper Charles Hoskin is heard on the video asking You want to die over a minor misdemeanor?

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Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing

Native America Calling

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing

"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio

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Rockstar Teases GTA Online's New Heist Update

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Rockstar Teases GTA Online's New Heist Update

"Tuesday december fifteenth gte line Raises the stakes once again with its biggest update yet the cayo patrico heist Featuring an all new exotic location in a brand new approach heist design That for the first time we'll players tackle the entire high solo or with a crew of up to three other players along with the challenge of finding a way to infiltrate an rob one of the most secure private islands in the world. Players can also expect new social spaces to party with friends. New world-class deejays an radio stations. With over one hundred new songs plus a host of vehicles and weapons a heavily. Armored submarine h q in much. More acu frigging you play. Gt allah is my comfort food game. Oh oh my gosh this. This really hits me in all the right ways. Have you ever played heights. No no no no. Are you kidding me cabinet. A year ago gave the college try where it's like every line. We should try. Gt online and we try and the menus were complicated and just what we what are we doing. We had like experts on. There are boy peanut. Was helping us out and nothing man. It's just it's so complicated and it feels like it came out broken. And they're like. Hey let's fix as little as possible. Oh you be in a heist with this like you wanna be grouped together with your friend. Call good luck. It's a lot better. it's it's clearly been a while since you've done it so i highly recommend you guys like raid type material against right. Yeah this is that these are so highly detailed their multi-step now the the setup can be a little arduous at times but the fact that you can do it solo tells me that the senate for this one probably is not gonna be as intense. I highly recommend what he goes on. Greg probably playstation for station for him kevin plan. He's playing with me. What do you think he's got taste leaving playing honestly. I'm rocking over here. I'm i'm planning on the xbox. Maybe i'll head up mike and whoever else wants to play. You need to try them. If you haven't done the all you have to try at least one. This seems like it's gonna be the one to do okay nacional hoskin firms. That spanish cayo is spanish word that has to do with islands. Haricot is spanish for parakeet. Kevin what are you doing hairstyling. Guess

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"hoskin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"hoskin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Best on that Piper in New York. President Trump is back inside the White House tonight after a three night hospital stay at Walter Reed Medical Center correspondent Steve importantly, says Mr Trump took his mask off. Despite still battling the virus. The president departed the hospital in a suit, tie and mask. He boarded the Marine one helicopter for the short flight south to the White House in a dramatic demonstration staged for live television. The president walked up a flight of exterior stairs to the blue Room balcony. He turned to face Marine one took off his mask, gave a double thumbs up and saluted before retiring into the residence. Correspondent Major Garrett has been talking to his sources inside the White House and those in the president's inner circle and reports on what they're telling him. The president, he comes back to the White House. Has to stay there and he goes back to Walter Reed for any medical reasons. It will break this narrative of this heroic triumph over Kobe 19. That's why I think you saw some emphasis from the president's physician's today describing all of the facilities available to the president to monitor him at the White House. If there is anything subsequently that goes awry, President Trump's doctors on Conley still will not say when President Trump last tested negative for the virus. But he says the president will now work from inside the White House and be as safe as possible. We're gonna do whatever it takes for the president to safely conduct business wherever it is, he needs to do. Within the residents in Whitehouse, CBS's Maria Garcia says the EPA is greenlit Oklahoma to regulate environmental issues on tribal land Sea request was initiated in July by Republican Governor Kevin's did it now allows Oklahoma state agencies to oversee all environmental matters in Indian country even on lands inside historical tribal reservation boundaries. The decision is especially welcomed by the state oil and gas industry. But Cherokee Nation chief Chuck Hoskin Junior, says he is greatly disappointed. Another terrible milestone broken in California as a single fire has surpassed one million acres. It's the August complex fire, but Governor Gavin Newsom says in all, four million acres have been so far Bernard this year from the blazes, 31 people have lost their lives close to 9000 structures now been destroyed. Police officer wounded during protests rekindled by a Kentucky grand jury's decision to not charge officers in the death of Rianna Taylor has been released from the hospital. Louisville Metro Police Officer Robinson Dis Roaches and another officer were shot on September 23rd Great day on Wall Street. The Dow gained 465 nasty up to 57 as in P. Gaining 60. This is CBS News. These days. Better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why glands best gives you and your family more so we can all be at our very best on ly glands Best. Wei have some thinking to do. State Republicans say there's nothing to think about. They want the governor to call a special session. Details coming up, But first Piper radio real time traffic how we lookin, Tracy Taylor. New Crash Just popped up Heather on North Money, five 56th into coma, which explains the lineup from just after 72nd. There is a lot of heavy traffic on North and I five anyway, getting up towards the highway 18 interchange. South found five drive is a bit of a struggle. Not only as we work our way of cells in our hill but from highway 18 pretty much all the way out towards 54th and five some taps of the breaks here and there, around City Centre and again closer to the comma Mall, But things are pretty heavy from just after gravelly Lake Drive. 5 12 a little busy around the South Hill mall in both directions here in Seattle. Not bad on that north on five drive until you get to about the county line because everybody's looking what's happening in the south and direction near to 20th. I was an early erect their top of the breaks here 164th really back into a solid line up from just after the Boeing Freeway..

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Federal judge: Oklahoma tribal gaming accords renewed Jan. 1

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Federal judge: Oklahoma tribal gaming accords renewed Jan. 1

"Limits on some rural interstates. Cherokee Nation. Principal chief Chuck Hoskin Junior says he is very pleased with today's federal court ruling that the state's 15 year tribal gaming compacts automatically renewed on January 1st. Oskin hopes the governor will take note. I think at this point he's heard from just about every, uh, voice of authority on this matter, and hopefully this drawing this phase of the matter to a conclusion. We can get on to doing what we really should have been doing this whole time, which is moving forward in a cooperative manner. Hoskins says. The governor's claim that the compacts expired was a wasteful battle Now, Governor State says in a statement, The ruling confirms his fear. At the state entered into a poorly negotiate a

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Native youth talk about struggles of mental health issues during COVID-19

Native America Calling

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Native youth talk about struggles of mental health issues during COVID-19

"This is national native news I'm Antonia Gonzalez native. Youth are warning US lawmakers in the midst of the COVID, nineteen pandemic Indian country is struggling to combat mental health issues, which can lead to suicide correspondent. Matt Laszlo has a story from Washington suicide rates in substance. Abuse problems in Indian country are always alarmingly high, but officials fear big spikes during the pandemic. That's in part because these summer months are usually marked by important native social events like powwows or canoeing few friends just to name a few. But most social gatherings are now canceled. The TASHA Gonzalez of California's Bishop Pie tribe is with the unity mission. Feels like. Has Been. Under all this in many younger travel members are confused especially, because many tribal communities haven't seen any coronavirus cases yet, Margot Vonda as a youth leader with twenty, five, hundred, twenty five. So it's been really tough time for them to grass that sort of new reality of staying home to keep safe from a threat that they can't see. Cutty Miller's CO president of the National Unity, council, he's a member of Washington State Swish Indian travel community, which he describes as a small tribe in a small town or their stigma, already surrounding people seeking mental health services. Part of it I think would just be like education. Everybody advocating that you don't have to go. You don't have a problem to go to the counselor. That's Miller and the others are asking Congress to increase mental health funding in the next corona virus stimulus package. For National Native News on that Laszlo in Washington the Executive Director of the National Council of Urban. Indian health says urban Indian centers have been hit hard and have many unmet needs to address Cova Nineteen Francis Curvier recently told the U. S. Commission. On Civil Rights, the federal government is failing in its obligations to native people living in urban areas despite the government's failures are facilities have done everything they can to keep their doors open for the patients who rely on them with or without the pandemic. She says urban Indian organisations were recognized by Congress in the nineteen seventies to assist with healthcare needs of native people living off reservations and native people who lack insurance often rely on. Others crea says many centers have not been able to keep up with the pandemic loading tests, equipment and other resources and funding, and does calling on the federal government to uphold its obligations. Leaders of the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw nation say more dialogue as needed on potential impacts of the mcgurk case, the US Supreme Court recently ruled. Congress never disestablished the Muskogee creek reservation, affirming reservation boundaries, which has led to tribal state and federal jurisdiction questions in a joint statement Monday. The tribes committed to more discussions with stakeholders and the public. The leader say the path forward requires collaboration. Collaboration with the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw seminal and Muskogee Creek nations. The statement follows proposal from Oklahoma's attorney general last week involving jurisdiction in a video message to tribal citizens, Cherokee, nation, principal chief, Chuck Hoskin Junior, said he spent the day listening to citizens and leaders, none of the leaders of the five tribes support eroding sovereignty or turning back the recognition of our reservations achieved through mcgirt. This isn't a stork ruling for Indian. Country and we would never ever undermine this monumental decision. On those points, we all agree leaders at the seminal Muskogee Creek. Nations were quick to disapprove of the state's proposal Friday and called for meaningful government government discussions. I'm Antonio

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Jennifer Justice, entertainment exec and founder, The Justice Department

Skimm'd from The Couch

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Jennifer Justice, entertainment exec and founder, The Justice Department

"I loved what you said about figuring out what it is about you. That's different regardless of how you grew up or your circumstances. What was that for you? And when did you start to figure that out? You know it takes a while. You're like there's no in there telling you you're great and you deserve to be here and I would see people reacting me in a different way and it took a long time it took. It took some therapy at took an executive coach really to be like you have these patterns in your life and I started seeing that when I talked and advocated for people all. It was different than other people doing it. I was really doing it from a place of I knew it was the right thing to do. And even though there were financial benefits it wasn't just like being an activist. It was really advocating for people who deserved what I was asking for an almost getting a lot of that. Push back on it. I was like okay. I'm really onto something. Because if they're just GONNA capitulate than obviously wasn't asking for an off and so it kind of drove me and I knew that that thing was that I was really good at advocating and really good at marrying art and commerce. When did you start getting into the world of US editions and entertainers? So I mean even when I was in Seattle I was hanging out in the grunge scene. You know we didn't know the whole world was paying attention even though we all these bands have been signed and not albums out. It's small in comparison to New York and so I just identify with most of them from my background. You know and they weren't college educated. Are I WANNA jump into Jay z? just lay some groundwork hair. Where was Jesse his career? How old was he roughly us about what he just recorded? The hard knock life hadn't come out yet and so she was probably what twenty eight twenty nine and he'd really reasonable doubt volume on and he was about to release hockey. It's right before he becomes a superstar. Yeah what was your first meeting with him. Like I had been a fan of reasonable doubt which when I interviewed at Carol Grade on and they're like how do you even know who he is? You know because it's an amazing at that point as many copies as it has now and then we had to go to a meeting. Def Jam which was a tiny company at the time and I'm met him for the first time walking in so only seen a picture of him and I didn't realize how tall he was and hoskin skinny was. Are you like Mr Carter? It's nice to meet you or like Jay Z. No he liked leans over in the introduces himself. And I always like. Oh I'm your day. What does he yeah? I'm Jay now it's like I'm your new attorneys. Oh you're jj you know. And that's what we're not does he call you. J. J. Yeah J. J. my good friend Jay. He's famous for being an incredible businessman. He is known to be Astute at identifying business opportunities optimizing for them and obviously doing really well and making money. How did you get him to trust you? He knew that I was fighting for him. You know that really cared about what his assets were how he should be treated and I just saw really early on. I mean hip hop wasn't even on you. Know live telecast of the grammys. At the time they didn't even have a billboard chart separate for it and he came out breaking all these records you know he just saw how much you know. I fought for him and cared about making sure. He got what he deserved. I'm just fascinated. What was your lifelike at this point? We're you going out with these guys every day all the time all the time. How does that work? When you're the lawyer going out with them at that would make me like very very anxious. Yeah so I mean look. I listened things. You don't get involved in the entertainment attorney right. So there's no company in the ministry that is open before ten. Am there's no reception. Nobody's answering the phone before ten and then a lot of shows are at night so it just is you know what I mean. And it's just the way that the business works the you know. There are a lot of us running around together all the time they were in it and it was a lot of fun. How old are you roughly at this time? Mid Twenties like a young kid. Yeah but you're US superstar lawyer superstar lawyer. How did you ensure that you were respected as a professional while also socializing with your clients and I'm GonNA assume maybe not the most professional settings board room at night? How did you find that balance? Well I didn't to be honest with you. I was just going along because all the guys were to right and I was like well. You know it's fine everybody else's out and then there was a shift actually and I started to realize that one client in particular not any of them that I've mentioned and he's in a little bit of a different genre Saami outlet at night and was like I don't like my lawyer being out late and I was like okay but I was with your male lawyer and you didn't say anything about that that's when I really started to see because again I didn't have any mentorship so I didn't know that women are treated differently in Business. I didn't know there were glass ceilings and then all of a sudden I was like. Oh there's a double standard and what was your reaction to that at first I was like. Oh my God you're right. This is awful and it was like wait a minute. No this is not cool because I'm in the same room with other male attorneys other managers. Other you know accountants. This is the music industry music. Entertainment Law. We're not curing cancer solving world world. Peace here so it was very eye-opening to me when I think about some of the people that you've worked with even early on whether it's Mark Ronson obviously Jay Z. Back in the day and then you know to what he is today and beyond say specifically talking about those people it's a mix of creatives who have strong business intuition. How do you think through when there is a creative idea that super compelling but the business around it just doesn't necessarily make sense thus the thing it's like the creative and the business half to meet and if they don't then you know whoever it is my clients they have to make the decision? Do they want to fund it? Is this a nonprofit that you partner with a museum you have to do the math and give them all the options? What could really be the outcome? Is it you paying for it? Is it finding philanthropists to pay for it or returning in this into a real business? And that's my job is helping them Mary. Art and

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"hoskin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"hoskin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And we're back at the races ten minutes or so to the top of the hour and it is Thursday of Derby Week and even though we don't have the Derby that is most normally associated on the first Saturday in. May WE DO HAVE TO ARKANSAS. Derbys and Then there's all the other made for TV and made for public consumption fantasy derbies and whatnot but what people look forward to the most certainly listeners. To this show. Steve Hoskin Lenny Shellman on Thursday Derby Week Steve. We welcome you first. And we can't disappoint them can't we. I didn't know Rennie was Was coming on now. I gotta now I gotTa try and be funny. I wasn't prepared so funny. We sprung this on you. I talked to Lennie. Lennie called me after the show on Monday. I think on Monday. Yeah Monday or Tuesday Monday and I said what do you think? There's a good for Thursday As I said you know it's it's it's Thursday. Derby week we got some things can't be you know. Some things can't be cancelled. Well I was gonNA call running later. If for some reason when I call them in the afternoon I have anything I say something funny. I'll I'll text you please. And and what we'll do is I'll I'll a crew them and We'll absolutely. We would not we would not deny you And just hold on. I got A. I've got.

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"hoskin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"hoskin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Real people real stories so I had an appointment with this surgeon and he would tell me what all he was going to do and that list is absolutely horrendous I came home I started my own car number and I called and canceled my surgery and my problem on my skin went away Hoskin a copy charge of twenty four hours a day someone had mentioned to me about a product president Reagan taking orders in one week my coffee thing that connects all over my arms you know three weeks after I was on account of the war I noticed hi I'm looking at my arms and I said Gee I don't have any bruises on my arms and I'm always I can't put my finger on it that has to be accountable eight six six eight three six eight seven three five eight six six eight three six eight seven three five or visit carnivore dot com that's C. H. R. I. V. O. R. A. dot com hi and welcome back to coast to coast George in order with you with doctor Joel Wallach critical health news dot com and your phone calls doc since this thing popped up at least in the news even though you and I both think it's been around much longer there's been this massive hysteria what we need to do to calm people down second civil war you put your finger on it most of this is Derek is created by politics says the in the two political groups are warring and each one's blaming the other one for the call of ours thing in and of course they magnify the legality and they they don't give people options that they can do themselves they're waiting for a vaccine for two years and they're they're trying some malaria stuff and just try and treat the this is bars because they don't have anything to do with that well that's all nonsense of course so basically what we do is we show people look very simple things around for thousands of years and then there are cultures it did very well with it and they use these bigger herbal combinations which we have available for people you know like the first offense and is link little lozenges et tastes like raspberries little kids love him so little kids should be taken as they think it's candy yeah exactly and and take them along with their kids tadi is like a hot toddy but as you know it has been nine years since the nations and right for kids is a little liquid saving babies and put it in a tablespoon of their formula and so forth they're gonna get what they need to support the health and function of the bone marrow but to get those white blood cells in shape to go out there and and kill any devices to get the antibodies out there to be like a chemical warfare and kill the viruses and so forth we can do that without prescription we can do that without a doctor been done for thousands of years so this is nothing new the new pieces the relatively new pieces we've known for a thousand years that the the cause of celiac diseases related to consumption Wheaton celiac disease is like eighteen different diseases and aunts and just each one has a different name when you look at him under the microscope they're all the same but we're talking about celiac disease we're talking about things like the itis diverticulitis Crohn's disease ulcer colitis colitis it will bounce in real inflammatory bowel disease malabsorption syndrome all those things are actually caused by gluten damaging the lining the intestines to overtime you lose a job the ninety five to ninety percent of your absorption capacity that happens between birth and age eighty it's not like an on off switch when it happened he'd need table sooner something like oatmeal for the breakfast of champions Wheaties in the next day you're messed up no it takes time for that to take place and so this is what's confusing well we've not we know all this well now you need to take the ninety essential nutrients get off a gluten and all these all these coexisting things we named earlier in the show you know the have a pressure in the system be city and heart disease on all these other things are nutritional deficiency diseases because you can absorb the nutrients even if you supplemented because you've been eating cream of wheat for breakfast okay instigated for dinner which negates all the good stuff well you can't absorb it because your damage your intestines he can't observe it but the beautiful thing about this is if you get off of gluten to get off the wi brother adults in all its forms in the liquid form a solid forms representing them or get rid of all the gluten take your ninety in two to three months resolve all these problems we're talking about eggs in a now in its arises rosacea dermatitis those are all signals and those are all nutritional deficiencies not really have an autoimmune disease your body's tackles all that's all nonsense is not true those are because many facial expressions of a specific nutrient is big and clumsy very difficult to absorb under ideal circumstances when you have gluten in your diet you're in this is a colicky baby you've heard a colicky babies and small yeah I cried breast feeding my baby just screams where to put him on a farm that's because the mother is eating the breakfast of champions for breakfast and pancakes and waffles and bagels for breakfast he dressing the baby the gluten come into the breast milk causing belly pain the baby and baby Guinness rash all over it so the only gonna musician put among the formula yes what no problem but there's no indication in the formula you got a habitation to formula I want to set a record folks go to the website critical health news dot com because we are knocking on the door let's go to and in Philadelphia to start Hey Edward go ahead during our doctor I want to make a mention that my family has historically eaten garlic and I was just wondering why is it that people don't eat garlic really afraid of the taste and they don't want to save their life I knock out almost every flu I've ever had in my life within twelve to twenty four hours you were going to get a great herb and it's used you know for thousands of years and Chris is still used in and several cultures and the medicine okay because the the oil and the garlic is an aromatherapy oils and essential oils they call it and it has the power to kill bugs the reason why people don't use it in modern times is because they don't like to be garlic Kaylee when they're in the face of their loved one and so forth right because it does have that older and it does yeah so is such a cosmetic thing that you're concerned about but it's still garlic is still a great great thing you know during the plague they would wear necklaces a garlic cloves and stuff like that well what is it you think they they did to keep away vampires in all those movies they had all agreed and but but it does it has tremendous medicinal properties those in the dark absolutely and and again it was sort of the antibiotic in the day for thousands of years is still work exactly Tom's got a text and tweet for your doc what do you have forced on this one from James in Mississippi please ask doc to explain why some medicine say they take with meals and some don't on a full stomach doc is sometimes not how come out well there's there's a couple reasons for that possibility is number one I can be sure of irritating okay and so on a full stomach you've got food in there and so you don't have that medicine pressing against MT intestine on empty stomach and causing irritation and pain discomfort secondly some of these pharmaceuticals are absorbed better if you have digestive juices in the stomach acid work and and which is initiated and and you know stimulated by eating and so those are two reasons why some medicine you want to take while you're eating next stop Michael in Virginia beach Virginia Hey Michael thanks thank you thank you and god bless you your age and Ste you've got it done my background is advertising and every time I hear you and I've been listening to your car over a decade I'm always thinking you know if I can help doctors help two hundred million people becoming his patient okay I'm gonna have all kinds you treasure in heaven but it was only about three weeks ago that I landed on a secret talking to an atheist friend of mine who is a bank examiner and tacky comes from a whole family of them and there you go all over the country arranging bank mergers and everything and and every time I talk to him about you know his gal Jan nine other problems I shake you know we just borrow your ride and I tell him about you and I'd give them you know your website and everything and for years this was haven't worked you know I thought about myself I listen to you for years without trying anything to you dear and so I told my friend what changed my mind I said one day I heard doctors say that he gets most of the nutrients for his products from permanent forest and I you know I thought about that and I thought well that's one passage in the Bible that has been the biggest puzzled to me all my adult life because I know a lot of patience realtors and people who go in that direction on the Bible but there is a passage in the book of revelation words says they're going to be twelve trees are very healing of the nations where all the why are we and then when you talked about.

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Tribes in Arizona and Oklahoma report first positive cases of COVID-19, Navajo numbers rise. Native helpline continues services, concerns raised about abuse during COVID-19 orders.

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 2 years ago

Tribes in Arizona and Oklahoma report first positive cases of COVID-19, Navajo numbers rise. Native helpline continues services, concerns raised about abuse during COVID-19 orders.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez the Navajo nation is reporting additional cases of covert nineteen while other tribes are reporting first cases in their communities. Now the whole nation leaders were informed Tuesday night the number of positive cases total forty nine with cases in Arizona and New Mexico. A reservation wide stay at home. Order is in place. The Hilo River Indian community in Arizona. This Week reported its first positive. Cases one is a healer river tribal citizen and the other is a member from another federally recognized Tribe Governor Steven Rayle. Lewis says they're likely to see more cases in coming days and says the tribe is taking aggressive actions to respond which includes a task force and command center the Cherokee Nation Oklahoma Tuesday announced the tribes first positive case of Cova nineteen principal. Chief Chuck hoskin junior in a video. Message TO TRIBAL CITIZENS URGES FOR VIGILANTS won't important respect. Today is no different than yesterday in no different than tomorrow. A single test result does not mean. Only one person contracted the virus. The reality is the virus is spreading all over our region. This is a serious health crisis that requires everyone's attention everyone's cooperation everyone's dedication so that we can get through this together. Cherokee nation cannot and we will not wait for other jurisdictions to decide how best to protect public health. We will remain guided by facts. Medical Science and compassion Hoskins says some precautions include shutting down hotels and casinos and conducting much tribal business from home. He also confirmed a Cherokee nation citizen in Tulsa died last week from covert nineteen strong hearts native helpline will continue to offer service amid Cova. Nineteen the phone support line. One eight four four seven native supports native. American and Alaskan native people who are experiencing abuse or have family members or friends experiencing abuse advocates are concerned about those who may be an unhealthy or abusive relationships as self isolation and social distancing takes place across the country. Laurie jump is director of strong hearts. All the new restrictions the not being able to work and you know not being able to find just the things that you need at the grocery store. is creating additional stress and that can lead to more violence. So we know that People are experiencing this And we are encouraging them to you know. Look at planning whether they are stuck at home with her abusive partner whether they are thinking about leaving You know or maybe they've already left. We know that there are increased opportunities for violence happening and so really think about that. Safety plan how they can keep themselves safe at home. Jump says during this time. Self-care is essential for emotional mental health for strong people. We've weathered a lot of difficult periods of time right over in in our history and you know just are Historical TRAUMAS THAT. We've all survived. And so I think it's really important to remember that that we do come from strong people and and we have been through so much and that we can weather this as well. Strong hearts is based in Minnesota and will continue to operate the help line and offer services daily from seven. Am to ten PM central time. Us Senator Tom Udall announced Wednesday. A bipartisan agreement of Eight Billion Dollars for tribes to ensure direct access to Cova nineteen resources for economic recovery and essential services. It's part of a national cove in nineteen emergency relief package. I'm Antonio

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"hoskin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"hoskin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The view we can't get to all of and I'd love to I mean there's so many things Sonny Hoskin pretending that her law degree counts for her knowing something because she got it wrong Kimberly Guilfoyle actually going to see him with was distancing distancing herself from her own boyfriend at times I don't know why she was there yes she was like yeah I I I well I walked away to the bathroom and he tweeted I came out I said what did you do like really like watches defend your boyfriend and then and then there's this you have joy Behar going crazy on don junior they want him to answer for all of his father's sins that was basically the game and he's he just say he just gave up and he just started deploying all of these little details about the women at the table that they definitely didn't want to talk about here is that moment he also called Mexicans right those I'm coming across the border and what's going on let her finish Mexican some Mexicans right this the cap he bragged about it list we heard we heard the access to tape we have a brand about grabbing women by their genitalia she's talking about Meghan is talking about she's talking about lowering the discourse to his level we just horrible for this country even if people are working we don't want to have a country like we regret I mean if we're talking about bringing a discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be I'm sorry Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's you want to bring this up wow soon came off I did not black trays she was not in black sorry I wasn't being black I recognize what phase this I can say that's not how raven Simone felt that I was just going to say that raven Simone when this came out said well did you dark in your skin and what and joy Behar consent that's my hair that's my natural hair that's my hair because she was wearing a week like an Afro wig and raven Simone was asking her will did you darken your skin all I was wearing make up a couple of shades darker yellow okay she said she wanted a beautiful African woman exactly that's with that if that's what choice said and the whole thing about what the she did defend Roman Polanski she did say it wasn't quote rape rape this is so don junior did the on the thing you're not allowed to do which is to sight the history yep of the people you're sitting down in front of you know it and it's funny this is his father does the same thing how often have you seen the president Donald Trump bring up George Stephanopoulos this past working for Clinton yeah when he sits in front of George for an interview it reminds the viewer and the viewer gets reminded this happen so anyway I thought he handled some of that very well yesterday yes some of the very well I wish she had brought up the fact that Adam Schiff forgot to redact the was the alleged whistle blowers name from the transcript I wish he had brought that up because I would have been the end of the conversation I mean we would have known their name Eric charm allies Adam Schiff had released a thanks Adam is seven fifty on WMAL seven years ago Deborah B. breast cancer with surgery and traditional radiation.

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"hoskin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hoskin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Just hold up five because most important thing that we do. The goal is to win championships. This is what we're talking about your team. The lakers. It's been obviously a difficult season for them. How did it compare to what you expected? I hear what what has this season been relative to whatever you expected it to be. Yeah. I think they got some fortunate because he got hit with so many injuries rapid succession role playing very well. Exceeding people's expectations. And then he got hit with all these injuries kind of set them back knocked them off kilter a little bit. And it's hard to be boot that and so now get caught. The nation should be better. And what if you were to give advice to Magic Johnson, for example? What would it be me giving advice Mahendra? Yes. Well, listen to you. I think it's just it's just a matter of being patient. Right. And obviously they'll make smart decisions. You have opportunities things pieces that you can trade assets. And things of that sort or you can stay with the young guys who are extremely upset and let them develop either direction you go should be a good direction. And how about LeBron if he would ask you for some advice as a guy who has been the face of the Lakers yourself for such a long time. What would you advise him? Oh, he's just got to keep pushing this season's like this or make the championships worth Lakers. Currently sitting eleventh in the west they have lost their last four. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts to football. And he may not be the first quarterback off the board and the NFL draft this spring, but Dwayne Hoskin join Haskins impressed a lot of folks during his pro day ESPN analyst Todd mcshay, it's easy by comparison. Talking about game tape versus. Appro day. You don't have any defenses, obviously, no pads on a scripted routine with.

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Almond milk recalled because it may contain real milk

Infomercial - Synergixx

03:36 min | 4 years ago

Almond milk recalled because it may contain real milk

"MS RPM invoice list price dealer price Toby Knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what. Do they mean it's so confusing it was confusing not anymore, we tell you about troop price from truecar it's a. Price that actually means something because it's the exact price you'll pay for the. Car you want including fees and. Accessories and best. Of all you'll know, if you're true prices competitive because truecar shows. You what other people are paying for the same car that you want so when. You're ready to buy a new or. Used car visit truecar, to enjoy a more confident car buying experience NBC News Radio I'm Richard Jordan unaccounted for the former Trump campaign chief accused of fraud. Says she helped him cook the books Cindy LaPorta testified Friday in the. Trial of Paul Manafort on charges of, tax and Bank fraud LaPorta said she was involved in falsifying documents in order to help Manafort secure loans she added that it's a decision, she has come to regret Brian shook NBC News Radio, the National Rifle, Association says it's. Running out of money, the gun group filed the, complaint in US district court? Saying it may. Have to stop. Publishing its. Magazine and end its TV station RV Weinstein's. Attorney is filing a motion to dismiss the rape charge against the movie mogul based on emails from his, accuser a Boeing executive, will be one of, the first commercial astronauts and space Chris Ferguson is a former NASA employees and now a test pilot of the companies star liner. Spacecraft and Terrel Owens will be inducted today in the pro, football hall of fame but he will miss the induction Ceremony Richard Jordan NBC News Radio The twelve year old Chinese girl who vanished at Reagan airport was found NBC's and Thompson has more Jinjing Ingmar turned. Up safe in, New York City with her parents their attorney says the parents have lawfully lived. In the US for two, years after seeing the news coverage they called authorities say they were the. Ones who picked up their daughter their. Attorney insists it's, all a misunderstanding the FBI says it's investigating. The circumstances NBC's and Thompson reporting the suspect. In the murder of. A Houston doctor, is dead Houston police said. Friday Joseph Pap is committed suicide. After being confronted by police officers Pappas is accused of killing cardiologists Mark Hoskin. Next who wants treated former president George H W Bush us connect also operated on the. Suspect's mother who died during surgery nearly one hundred fifty thousand cartons of almond milk. Are being recalled after it's discovered the cartons could contain regular, milk which, isn't labeled, on The packaging about one hundred forty five thousand cartons of refrigerated vanilla almond, breeze almond, milk are, affected they. Were shipped to twenty eight states have a used by date of September second twenty eighteen the US food and Drug administration says the milk is safe. To drink unless, you are allergic or sensitive to dairy products Tom Roberts NBC News Radio a. Boise Idaho neighborhood became a, goat town Friday a group of one hundred goats used to eat weeds. To suppress vegetation got loose from a. Truck and began, chewing up the yards of several homeowners who. Did not order the service mostly eating some. People's lawn and just. Having fun I, guess the neighborhood rallied together. To wrangle the goats back into. The truck Guinness is opening its first brewery in America in more than sixty. Years the Guinness open gate brewery and barrel house is in Maryland's Baltimore County the tap. Room will be opened with a limited menu selection for now and the restaurant officially. Opens in late August Richard Jordan NBC News Radio talk Six fifty k., s. t., e. an, iheartradio, station.

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NASA names first astronauts to Boeing, SpaceX spaceships

Sean Hannity

02:12 min | 4 years ago

NASA names first astronauts to Boeing, SpaceX spaceships

"Connect and his family the only connection. We have found and the only explanation that we have found to date, and we put. A lot. Of, work into this is the fact that Dr Hoskin operated on the suspect Pappas his mother over twenty years. Ago and she died in the operating table cheeses Papas was wearing a bulletproof vest the time he killed himself evidence collected from his home included names of. Other doctors and staff in the medical center that he may have been targeting well NASA. Has chosen the astronauts will ride the first commercial capsules into orbit next year nine astronauts in all many of them veterans space Flyers we'll get to ride privately operated spacecraft to and from. The international space station, Nicole man is a rookie astronaut who will fly on. Boeing's star liner it's going to be a proud moment for the team it's gonna be a proud moment for. America so I'm just grateful to be. Able to help usher in this new era of American spaceflight, Boeing, and Elon Musk's SpaceX will be providing transportation, services for NASA on. Contract these capsules will use American rockets watching from American soil for the first time since the final shuttle mission in two thousand eleven well the hurricanes conference taking place today in Houston major disasters coastal protection and rapid recovery across Texas, and the Gulf Coast region where the. Main areas of focus of the event. Texas hurricane center's Kumara Swamy veep says hurricane Harvey is, a hot topic to talk about the flooding we had been the last few years to get. Prepared, for the next two emergency managers public officials and industry executives are also discussing the, latest in disaster preparations loss mitigation and rapid recovery In the face, of hurricanes. And other storms the dog flea reported that nearly every state across the country, the highly contagious illness is spreading rapidly in part because dogs don't have. A natural immunity to this relatively new virus there is. Now a flu vaccination for dogs that some. Groomers and boarding facilities are requiring a big question now is whether or not it can be transmitted to humans well. Technically it's not impossible there have never been reports of. Dogs transmitting this flu to humans and according to experts because of the way the viruses constructed it's unlikely that that's going to. Happen, that's a Lisa's z. reporting KTAR h news, time four oh four time to check your money here's KTAR.

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Purdue engineering program tasked to design brace for Isaac Haas

Pro Football Talk Live M

01:47 min | 4 years ago

Purdue engineering program tasked to design brace for Isaac Haas

"The coach of the cavs tie lewis out maybe a week or so he's got an illness lebron james was as what that means one of your best guide the pretty much another captain of our ship for for the last three years but no one has to step up we have coaches in place that's ready for that challenge we have to do our job is players larry drew takes over the braun that went out and scored forty points twelve assists ten rebounds his seventy first career triple doubles sixteenth of this season he's at triple doubles and three the last four games the cavs beat milwaukee one twenty four to one seventeen the warriors with three injured all stars and then the fourth trayvon green left with a groin injury or the x rays were negative golden state only seventy five points in a loss at san antonio uconn women yet another route now thirty four i went off to a twenty fifth straight sweet sixteen yukon men meanwhile looking for a new coach and said to be trying to hire rhode island's dan hurley but pittsburgh as an interest in hurley as well memphis made it official hiring former star player penny hardaway is the new coach he just won a state high school championship charlotte has hired for jin assistant rod sanchez nc double a tournament is back on thursday friday purdue plays texas tech produced trying to figure out a way where starting center or isaac hoskin play despite a broken elbow with a bracelet can be approved by the ncw the last one was not they have reached out to the schools engineering department for help couple of hockey games went overtime the kings tied it in the last minute and then one four three at minnesota and columbus a five four win at boston ryan denardo debuted for the bruins back from the olympics he had a goal and two assists in his.

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