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Duty to intervene: Floyd cops spoke up but didn't step in

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Duty to intervene: Floyd cops spoke up but didn't step in

"Minneapolis is one of several cities that requires police officers to intervene to stop other cops from using unreasonable force but that didn't save George Floyd when he was pleading for his life lawyers for the officers charged in Floyd's death say their client spoke up one saying you shouldn't be doing this well the other asking Derek show then soon video with his new employee's neck if they should roll Floyd on his side show them replies no just a Jacquelyn who teaches law enforcement John Jay college says those cops and a duty to intervene you're better off to be ostracized and go to prison former NYPD cop says there's an entrenched police culture that needs to change in one of those things is listening to the office is not getting involved in certain things and not talking back Minneapolis city officials are now trying to strengthen duty to intervene by making it enforceable in court I'm Julie Walker

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Jones good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay user this is Oklahoma's first news will approach near record high temps today are forecast is coming up one person taken to the hospital with severe burns after an apartment fire in Jones overnight it happened there Britain and Awassi fires because it's under investigation the cost of a four alarm fire yesterday near downtown Oklahoma City is also under investigation the plumes of black smoke you may have seen came from near north west fourth and Virginia were fire destroyed two buildings fire battalion chief Benny Fulkerson says the buildings were used as a storage facility for construction materials including insulation water and propane bottles no injuries were reported except your dog is expected to make a full recovery from minor burns two other dogs were also inside one of the buildings Oklahoma has another one hundred twenty one cases of covert nineteen state health officials say that brings to nearly four thousand the number of confirmed cases in Oklahoma that includes more than twenty six hundred who have recovered the state health department says no additional deaths were reported yesterday so the death toll remains at two hundred thirty eight governor Kevin Stitt says the state of Oklahoma is pushing LPP shipments to help providers and others around the state as part of our server response we have shipped PP all hundred fifty hospitals we just completed shipping a seven day supply to all of our three hundred and eight nursing homes all across the state it says he'll continue to turn over every rock and run down every lead is Oklahoma competes against other states and other countries to buy personal protective equipment the Kitty okay weather center and the four one storm team partly cloudy today we chance of storms and will reach near record highs with our high topping out around ninety five for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com hired radio wants to help with a chance at one thousand dollars texted nationwide key word feels two two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text here are the top QB Lewis and the news on the news from the number three do you believe in love number two and so number one power hear more from Julie Lewis and the news and similar artists now search for Huey Lewis and the news on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl hall to get the scoop on writing the song privatized I sat down to this little what was it chord organ and then I turned on the we have a little box full of low income people with which was this proto drum machine and it's a rock and roll one and I pressed a little Dick Dick Dick Dick Dick Dick right and that was going around then I started playing on the organ food stuff hello folks love to love and I started doing that and it's still technically then and that is literally what you're hearing on the record so it it I've said this sounds pretty good this is pretty good I started one and then it then it I'm just.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Around the net today whether that be social media or email Jacquelyn writes Lee instead of don't tread on me with a corona virus it seems to be don't go off on me and she's included a picture of the don't tread on me snake with a surgical mask I like it I'll share it did you hear the story about Tito's vodka has asked not to be included in a circulating sanitizer recipe why with the spread of the corona virus on the possibility of self quarantining many areas and residents are starting to prepare and stocking up on food and cleaning supplies and if you've gone into any store you probably seen all blot of the sanitizer the hand sanitizers hard to get a hold of people are buying it up and try to sell it on eBay and make a profit good housekeeping recently posted a story about how Tito's vodka aloe gel and essential oils can be used to create your own D. I. Y. hand sanitizer and the recipe a spread on Twitter will Tito's vodka has taken it upon themselves to explain to everyone that their products are not meant for sanitizing the responsible company their social media department tweeting to anyone who mentions the vodka as a sanitizer recipe informing them that per the CDC hand sanitizer needs to contain sixty percent alcohol Tito's is only forty so it does not meet the current I commit I can't imagine an alcohol company saying Hey don't use our product Duane writes we're using the wrong alcohol for corona virus anyway we should be using Everclear it kills everything internally and externally yeah you're right about that claim so no Tito's vodka in your hand sanitizer I am a school principal is really taking a personal approach when it comes to certain prom dresses did you hear this story I'm not sure where this is but the principal has texted all of the senior girls in her particular school that she must approve of their prom dress so she wants them to send her pictures of their prom dress before they wear it to the prom so that the principal can approve it it's getting a lot of conversation on news radio one thousand K. T. okay dot com and on our Facebook page John writes if there's a dress code at this particular school it has to be observed there has to be something to enforce it this seems more fair than telling a girl at the door that she can't come on into the dance can rights only if this type of approval is in the student handbook or other rules that existed prior to the prom the guidelines must be published can you sound like a lawyer to me Sean writes beach turning them away at the door for dress issues we hear about that each and every prom season I say the gals work together shop in enough time to independently and then with good enough time to continue shopping or purchase dresses that meet the standard all simultaneously send the picture to the principal at once Ashley Ricks writes that some of the girls probably do this girl's fashion keeps getting worse and too few parents are willing to step in when their daughters leave the house for wearing too little Kate right so they could use the four H. formal restrictions shoulder straps at least three fingers wide link that the finger tip or longer no bare midriffs no denim that sounds fair to me Kate it's good enough for four H. good enough for me I'll get into some more these responses about that story coming up on news radio one thousand K. T. okay it's the drive with Leigh Matthews higher on the year but yeah I would have gone ahead to keep turning people away at the door I mean they're good problems are going to be in the parking lot yes it is now here's here's what's your name zero Hey Joe I don't about you but one of the two mikes my high school did not sponsor a problem because none of the students would go anyway there were so many there was the the high school the senior class raised money and produced its own prom and they rented their own place and the and organize the whole thing by themselves so they're what you know there was a dress code but you wanted to be cool and look like all the other kids so you you know you you didn't wear anything outlandish I don't want my school's Norman high and we were I think we were like check our third largest graduating class in the country that year over the last year or whatever come up but stuff like the palm of your annoying and even a high school reunion there knowing because I mean a thousand people it's just it's it's easier to call the twenty people you care to see again and again coming from where and everybody kind of goes in their own little clicks anyway yeah I don't know the problem I had I went one year but it just it what my deal so well I you know my prom kinda sucked too because I was doing radio at the time and I was doing top forty radio at the time and I had to work that no I'm sorry he's doing oldies anyway I had to work that night it was a Saturday night and I had to work till eleven o'clock and I get this call the request line and it's my mom and she's furious with me she says arch isn't I just learned that you're prompted night and you're working again mom I'm working I'm sorry I'm I'd rather be here on the air then go to the prom you know it's just you are going to go to the prom you are going to regret it the rest your life if you don't go to that problem but monitoring the which I will bring you your suit you can at least where your three piece suit and mom drove only over the radio station brought me my outfit I had to sign the radio station off at eleven o'clock that night I while I was working put on the suit and I got in my world title car that mom let us kids use I got in the car and I went out to the prom it was at the club Lalu on highway.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Of our listeners a good friend to the program Jacquelyn was concerned because she was getting a lot of materials online from a local organization calling itself vote common good and that they were gonna be having rallies very soon you know what is this what well basically it is a an organization that is trying to get conservative Christians to not show up at the polls and they're trying to do it almost through religious means other putting together these rallies where they hope you'll show up and they're going to try to make it like a mega church meeting and they're basically going to talk about how bad trump is because he's not in this for the common good he's not Christian he's not that good god doesn't want you to vote for trump and it's just another attempt I think to not yet because because I think they believe that trump is going to win they just don't want to win by a landslide they don't want trump's second president second term to be a mandate and it will be it will be so if he if he wins by any margin it's going to be a mandate and I believe it's the right mandate I wasn't a big supporter of trump in the first place I thought the only reason he was running was for publicity it was a great cross marketing campaign of all of his properties and then it was ma'am I'm gonna win he had to reorganize I that's why I took a little while to get organized as a president but his policies are working I haven't found any of his policies that I disagree with or that are not working yeah I don't like that he's a loudmouth bombastic a bit megalomaniac maniacal but that's the way the guy yells I said before on this program I like new Yorkers the more obnoxious the better and the reason I like new Yorkers is that you always know where you stand with them they're very direct people they have to be they don't have time to worry about your feelings when you know you're there walking down the street and you're making a mess on the sidewalk Hey get out of my way you make a mess what is this saying you know what I'm saying but that doesn't mean they don't make good presidents eight four one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com also talking about a movement going around here in Oklahoma City if you're registered to vote they will be on the ballot the item about whether or not you're gonna raise sales taxes another eighth of a cent and I'm against it because I want to know where the money for the parks is going right now and if our parks need money why do we have to raise taxes to do it we voted in maps to do that now I realize these are other parks that are not covered under maps but I also can't help but think the group that is good that move this forward soll hei you can sneak a sales tax and everybody'll both Ford if you say it's for the parks where's the guarantee that this money is going to be wasted like the money that's already supposed to be spent on the parks so you're probably seeing a big red and white Billboard may be online as well that says vote no on sneaky tax increases they're hoping that you will get into the ballot box on tomorrow and you will see it when it was his tax increase all yeah that's what they want to vote no on and I am not supporting it now I don't have a dog in this fight because I'm not registered to vote in Oklahoma City proper I'm in the northern part of Oklahoma county but what will be on the ballot and what should you be concerned with I'll get into it because I downloaded my own sample ballot to give you an idea of what's going on they had everything they needed they have the mourners they had the church they have the casket so they have the hearse and they all wait where's the body that's coming up later on news radio one thousand Katie okay this half hour brought to you by hill and company a train comfort specialist it's hard to top the hill tomorrow make sure to join us for complete coverage of super Tuesday it begins with our partnership with twenty four seven news our news division nationwide and all fourteen of the states that are affected by the super Tuesday it also continues with our own Beth Myers locally and we've also got some folks and regionally that'll be covering it so all the coverage starts seven o'clock tomorrow right after the drive with Leigh Matthews on news radio one thousand Katie okay and right before I went into the news we had a good friend of the program Tom call and ask if we had heard anything about an indictment being handed down for Hillary Clinton I said I have heard something but I'm not gonna tell you till after the news which is now it's not an indictment against Hillary Clinton but what it is is a federal judge has ordered Hillary Clinton to sit for a sworn deposition in connection with her use of private email during her state department tenure U. S. District Court Royce Lamberth issued the order today in connection with a five and a half year old freedom of information act lawsuit the conservative group judicial watch filed seeking emails related to the deadly two thousand twelve attack on U. S. facilities in Benghazi and Libya she never sat for a deposition now if you've never been through one I have don't ask why but basically you sit there and the lawyers ask you questions under oath and you have to answer truthfully sometimes they do it via video sometimes they actually do it in a court hearing but it is all used as evidence gathering for one of the other party that's trying to move forward with the trial or lawsuit I don't know if Hillary will ever sit for a deposition on something like this I gather this is a conservative judge who's allowed to this but Hillary's legal team is the type that would appeal it all the way to the Supreme Court so I don't know in this doesn't mean they're gonna go to Hillary's yep okay we're here with our with our subpoena misplaced and so have a seat over there the video cameras going to be right there this is so and so and he's going to be asking the questions ready to go no it's not gonna happen that quick but I'm glad to see that there are still some legal angles going after this mess this is one of the reasons that Hillary didn't win there's just too many shifting questions about how she conducted herself well I considered rehash Benghazi over and over again I'm not going to let's just say that I don't think she I think she let those people die because she did not want to reveal how deep the United States was involved in Libya but down we'll see Tom I hope that answers your question no she hasn't been issued a an indictment but one judge at least has said that she must sit for a deposition which means she must tell the truth now here's how Hillary tells the truth I don't remember I don't remember that was a long time ago I don't remember you're asking me to remember something that's four years old I don't remember that's all she has to say over and over and over again because if she does say something that is untruth full she will be she could be charged with perjury for lying to a federal court if she says something that is truthful and incriminating against her she could be charged and she's not she's not gonna let that happen that's exactly what's gonna happen if she does it I don't remember I don't remember she's not going to answer any questions so eight four one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com health officials in Oklahoma say it at that one patient has tested the negative for the corona virus last week officials in the Oklahoma state department of health announced two people were being tested for novel coronavirus cold feet nineteen which is the full name of the virus because they were showing symptoms authorities announced that both patients had returned from a country that has been experiencing community transmission today health officials told our good friends at K. FOR that there are currently no confirmed cases of corona virus in Oklahoma one of those patients tested negative for the virus the other authorities are still waiting on the patient's test results from what I understand it takes two to three days for the results to come back at this point officials say they are also waiting on the test results of a third person I still do not think it's worth getting cranked up about because you can avoid getting the corona virus just like you can avoid getting the flu wash your hands don't touch your face might wanna avoid shaking hands or fist bumping stay away from people who call from a lovely wife and I do that all the time that's how we stay healthy and I'm here to say the lovely wife and I neither one of us has had the flu I don't even know that either one of us has had the flu in are and not only in our marriage but even before and tomorrow super Tuesday we got a preview coming your way from Michael Bauer in just a minute and a review of all the benefits that Joe Biden got from the South Carolina primary just goes to show you one primary can make the difference but if you are registered as a Republican to keep in mind you will only see Republican candidates on the ballot for president if you are a registered Democrat only Democrat presidential candidates will be on your ballot many of the candidates that only recently pulled out of the race will still be on the ballot beauty Jed she club which are they will still be there because they didn't remove themselves from the race in time to be taken off the ballot if you see them on your ballot you can still vote for them but keep in mind you're throwing your vote away because that's going to go nowhere also keep in mind you're not necessarily voting for president this is a preference primary this is you asking the party to nominate this person for president on the Republican side there are actually six candidates.

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Kentucky Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman announces birth of baby girl

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman announces birth of baby girl

"In Frankfurt lieutenant governor Jacquelyn Coleman celebrating the birth of a new constituent she gave birth on Saturday to a healthy baby girl Evelyn Jennette Coleman o'brien was born Saturday morning Coleman has now become Kentucky's first lieutenant governor to give birth while in

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Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

The Frame

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Governor and Medicaid good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you said this is Oklahoma's first news Viewtiful cool Friday ahead our forecast is coming down governor Kevin stood unveiled his long awaited healthcare plan here Seth Meyers in a plan that might end up in a legal challenge governor cab instead announced plans on Thursday to apply for federal block grant money to expand Medicaid the low income working adults in Oklahoma qualify he says there will be stipulations we will seek to establish moderate premiums to prepare members for the responsibility of transitioning to private health insurance coverage and with flexibility we will seek to establish work requirements betting courage Oklahomans to be engaged in activities that advance their personal potential he called the plan sooner care to point Medicaid officials say that states will have to adhere to greater accountability measures under the block grant system to show that they are improving health outcomes for those receiving coverage Oklahomans will vote this year on amending the state constitution to force and Medicaid expansion here's your foresight amber England with the S. on eight oh two campaigns as governor Kevin state's Medicaid expansion plan to use the block grant money for the state sooner care Medicaid program is a tactic to distract the voters and not a serious attempt to deliver care she says Oklahomans can't rest but if you're pressed into any plan that will be tied up in a lengthy court battle and could be dismantled on a whim by politicians this comes as governor Kevin stages unveiled his plan to use the block grant money to cover low income working adults in Oklahoma the Senate concluded a two day question and answer phase of the impeachment trial that's what happened yesterday now what's next today a key vote on whether to hear more testimony from witnesses here's Chad for a total of one hundred eighty questions over two days and now the dye appears to be cast we seem to know where this on a trial is going we don't think that there are the votes to open up the gateway for witness Susan Collins as indicated cheese for what was that broadening Republicans interview Phil has indicated he is for witnesses so if the breakdown of the Senate's fifty three to forty seven that gives you the fifty one with a more healthy the Republican senator from Alaska said he's going to think about it worst case scenario that fifty fifty so a title my room loses and the staff after forty years the so called white ladies now has a name with the help of the DNA go project Oklahoma county sheriff's captain Bob Greene says the woman whose body was found covered in line on the banks of the Canadian river here Jones April of nineteen eighty has been identified as twenty year old amber Tygart of Las Vegas Nevada now as for suspect we have a few people we talked to I can't really comment on homicide investigation it's not a fighter was shot three times at her body was covered in line to speed up the became process but the line actually help preserve her body she was born in California and served in the army and the highway patrol's releasing more information about a woman struck by a vehicle and killed two weeks ago on I thirty five and more investigators initially believe that.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Baby if it's easier to remember we're asking you and thanking you for those of you that just called it we when you heard Jacquelyn story you heard or talk about how she didn't want an abortion and she really wanted to save her baby's life and she she saw that that was the right thing to do when she heard that are paid for the first time it's it's a compelling thing to see how these ultrasounds actually impact what a woman's thinking when she's which is able to see it for the first time Scott what is back with us from pre born in Scott one of the reasons so powerful is because these ladies have been lied to for much of their life no it's right I I think that when you went up how you and I've talked off the air about this that when you when you talk to girls and women even men who participated in abortions and ago times the they're not evil people they're not they're not they're not setting out to kill an innocent baby they simply have been lied to by the world that's why it's so so amazing when they hear the heart beat that's why it makes such a big difference when they hear the heart beat because for the first time ever they come to know that's a baby that's a real baby and for those of us who wondered how can I make a difference it's national right to life month working of the anniversary of roe versus Wade reasonable people who love the lord love each other and and want to stand for life wonder what can I do that it's not just making a noise which making a difference this is the single most effective thing you can do is to provide an ultrasound we have to wait for Congress we north with for a president what's with the Supreme Court but to wait for the next to hearing the October when maybe next June when the Supreme Court new announcements come no because me in the meantime babies are dying and we can stand for wife today at the beginning of this brand new decade first of the year stand with us instead alongside a girl or a woman we believe it's the most compassionate thing you could do it is practical compassion is really what it is no judgment only love and truth putting an arm around the shoulder rather than shaking a finger in the face because I think that's what girls and women need at the most desperate time in their life is have somebody come along side said got it I got it yeah I'm a provide this to you for free eight three three eight five zero twenty two twenty nine how does it work you give twenty eight dollars the crisis pregnancy centers are able to bank and ultrasound it it's it's going to be paid for in advance for somebody that needs to come in and have one and can't afford one if we if you can do five that's a hundred forty dollars maybe you think of one ultrasound a day for a week and you say five babies that that how can you say you say five babies get well because we know the statistics Dan Steiner who is the founder pre warns that on the show many times he he he says in their in their research eight and a half to nine out of every ten women who see an ultrasound so ninety percent who see their baby's heart beat see a picture of their baby for the first time end.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Has been changed because she heard an ultrasound here's here's Jacquelyn whatever is that I was pregnant it was like these areas saying that I have ever had to deal with can't tell us apart I can't have a baby right now like I make like ten dollars an hour really good that barely supports me little longer a little baby and then I was like how stupid could have been right now to allow this to happen to myself so that was our first thought to have an abortion is like now like going crazy trying to figure out where can I go to have the abortion and this lady was in the house three and may my friend knew her and we stopped offered a ride in so she got in in like new my friend was still talking about what was going on and so she took his right to the downtown pregnancies I went in and they they axed if I wanted to keep my baby and I was like no now what I want to do in some ways I was like well would you like to note sound sure whenever she use give me the to sound and she turned all the sound maybe in like an animal it kind of freaked me out because I was like movie that was this growing like I was freaking out.

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Young, Single Women Outearn Men

Ken Broo

10:37 min | 1 year ago

Young, Single Women Outearn Men

"Listener this women are now out earning man this is as of twenty ten this is the last ten years women out earn man would you take a look at the media in full time salary of young women eight percent higher than men no soul now you got all kinds of financial dynamics you didn't have even as short as ten years ago on that of course you get into things like custody and property they're even up pet preen ups there's a fascinating new book it's out and if you are in the middle of or thinking about going through the big D. you need to pick this book up the author is Jacquelyn Newman the book is the new rules of divorce twelve twelve secrets is only one twelve in their twelve secrets to protecting your wealth your health and your happiness and Jacqueline Newman is standing by on the queue hearing centers dot com hotline to talk all about a Jacqueline how are you on this glorious Saturday I'm well thanks so much for having me let's let's just talk about how divorce has changed maybe in the time you ban a my matrimonial attorney maybe in the time that we just lived in here in the last twenty five years the last generation it's changed because I think society's changed and no longer is one partner the the breadwinner it's often mutual incomes and now a lot of women around around earning man so the whole scope of the country the society has changed so would stand to reason that the rules of matrimony in divorce would change right absolutely yeah so there's a few different things that have really changed and definitely something we talk about in the book so for example custody we could start with that they used to be I think more of a presumption that the mom really got cut that was kind of usually the the dad has a lady every other weekend and when they did and that is really now a thing of the past now with the many many more men are coming in under an hour equal time with my children in court the giving equal time and you're just being a massive shift in the way the custody arrangement arrangements are wanted to change was there it could could you pinpoint a time a place may be an error when all of that changed you know I think it's really that over time you know ten years ago and I have a specific client I would think about ten years ago I had a client who you know during during husband loves his children but you know he worked he travels a lot need a very demanding job he really didn't see them very much during the week more yeah I thought on the weekends because he was working and I remember he wanted equal custody he won a shift to call prior job and the judge basically sort of black and I was like there is no way you know you have not been around you're not gonna have that you're getting your every other weekend and now if I have a client that walks in and says that same story now I'd say yeah you know what let's go one reason to think that you can have equal time and I've watched judges really stay you know what if both parents want to be involved and they're willing to make the effort to make it happen we're going to support that have you seen judges that have changed over the course of time like a judge that would say the what you just previously said about one of your clients the end now have have have judges split their philosophy or is it just a whole new breed of judges that are getting hip to this you know it's a little bit of both so you know there are a lot of you know I there's one judge in particular who has been on the bench for a really long time I've seen this yet on some level this just happened to have been probably more lenient like back with their client him ten years ago I started judge probably would have given a little bit more time on that right now the judges really you know now I would say that the judge in particular if I went out of her he would have to he would say to me tell me why there should that he has really been pretty much done after that but there are judges that are currently flipping and I just think this is the general you know general rule and feeling now that both parents should be involved yeah yeah I'm from you know I'm from a generation where you would court somebody you date that person for awhile you'd get married and you would know the person before you actually went down the aisle I think there's a new variation of that obviously in this day and age I mean I think people take a long time to try and get to know each other before they get married in most cases not all but I don't think a lot of people prepare or have the same preparation for a divorce it just seems like it's just it almost seems like it might be a cataclysmic event that brings them to this decision but it also seems like neither party is really prepared going into a divorce as they might be going into a marriage so the first statement I think that is a fair statement I think that you know going into imagining some people aren't necessarily prepared for that either but there is more of a courtship and you know the idea is that people are going to grow together but what ends up happening with the divorce is I think that you know not always very often one person is much more in dance and they're thinking about the board and the other person so there's always an element of catch up on and you know at this point you know it's not very often their children involved this is a lot more at stake and a lot more of your change in lifestyle your older your career is in a different place so I think when people are getting divorced it's just so much harder to be ready for that you know you walk down the aisle you hold on to that pardon very rarely do people walk down the aisle in a divorce attorney yeah unless you do a prenup because then you're almost preparing for failure right but he got you you have to do that I guess in this day and age well I think the thing with prenup is depending on how they're done sometimes they can actually thanks in a marriage because what happens if you know and again if done properly is that they can help people have very difficult conversations right in the beginning of marriage they can start talking about money they can learn how to talk about things that are uncomfortable maybe family dynamics come in a way that you know wouldn't happen so they were already very entrenched I find it really can help people and strengthen their marriage and kind of get everything on the table the of what I'm about to say is anecdotal is not based in fact you probably know the fact but I have a lot of I'm over fifty and I have a lot of friends that have been married for awhile and and their marriages are ending and it's devastating devastating so it seems like more the woman into the guy and maybe that's a generational thing but I think we're seeing more and more of that now where the boomer generation is just grown up and they want to try something different are you saying that a lot of might or might just seeing it out here in the Midwest now I think that is happening I mean I think people are getting divorced you know it all different ages I think what probably more historically happen is that people kind of just like you know you just kind of stayed together you are happy in your marriage we stayed together anyway and I think the expectations were different but now you have a lot of young women are becoming more financially independent so you don't you're not a situation in the same way they used to be in which women stayed in marriages because they couldn't financially afford it out of them yeah with my finance of the tenant I think social media plays a role in a lot of that I think that when people are you know not that I find their marriage and then they go on Facebook or whatever to social media and a CD is what looks like the perfect marriage is it really feeds into their dissatisfaction and then they think well I guess it worked out fine that's perfect managed care plan we all know there's no such thing no social media is graded trying to paint a picture that everybody's happy except you I I but there have to be I would think and I was told a friend of mine who's going through this I I I asked was at the head of the signs along the way that this thing wasn't working out and he kind of looked at me don't thought as we need signs and I said well didn't you notice some things along the way were maybe this wasn't going toward a happy ending and maybe there's some you could have done at that point to fix it he had no answer but they don't have to be signs aren't aren't there well I think that there are but I think that you know it's very easy to ignore them when you're kind of just tracking along in your marriage and things seem good enough I mean it's something I actually talk about the book in the book I talk a lot about people that are in these kind of like everybody's kind of talking along in their marriages and then one day someone wakes up and realizes that there's no connection there's nothing you know there's there's nothing between them but yet you know you get in the game business that reading children and and living your life and paying your mortgage go to your job and I think a lot of energy and maintain a marriage and I think a lot of people are tired Jacquelyn Newman's or guess she's got a book out now it's the new rules of divorce twelve secrets to protecting your health wealth and happiness I might have gotten those out of order but anyway you can find it right now all over including Amazon you know so I I love the sub texture that protect your wealth health and happiness because they're older connected if you're if you don't have money chances are you're not doing well from a psychological standpoint maybe a physical standpoint you're certainly not happy that if you're happy and you don't have any wealth will you can't live in a happy environment it just it seems to me all three of those are connected is there a more or most important of the wealth health and happiness or or they all equal parts well I would go with happiness because everybody can manage you know depending on money can buy happiness sometimes and not other times and you know but then again I think you know maybe not maybe help is really the number one yeah I just got it two years we were doing this interview somebody one of my one of my listeners one of my stalkers wants to know if indeed you are thinking about getting a divorce and you are going to get somebody to help you with it legally what should you look for in an attorney what what what what are the most important sites other than obviously hiring you as an attorney which everybody would want to do I'm sure let's just see out here in the Midwest what what do you look for when you're when you're shopping for an attorney one question and actually I dedicate an entire section on this in the book so really the number one thing you want to be beyond hiring someone a lot if you had that in divorce I'm I'm much more of an advocate of people that work with people that are just general practitioners because divorce flies and has a lot of special little part to it that you really want and then you can understand that right the really comes down to is doing that again working with them and you know actually trained and everything like that the minute you're comfortable with because at the end of the day what happens a lot of that you might get an attorney to both me and I'm using it for any and your eyes all these you know reputation and awards and everything out but then you're not comfortable that person and that's money a lot you need to be able to tell someone everything without judgment because the worst thing you can do is not helpful that's how your attorney something you're scared that I'll judge you're you're getting more like you or whatever it is and then attorney doesn't have the tools to be able to really protect you the way the the the comfort is really the probably the number one thing outside taking as a given that you're working with someone who obviously is well trained and armed

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Hundred two hundred driver dead good morning I'm Jacquelyn stun the cake you can use it this is Oklahoma's first news cold wet morning our forecast is coming up we're learning more about a teen killed in the pressure I to fourteen shields on Wednesday she was in the backseat of a driving school vehicle I'm a city police a fifteen year old pope Schaefer died when another vehicle crashed into the car in which she was riding as they were exiting I two forty the student who was driving and the instructor were taken to the hospital and treated for non life threatening injuries a suspect arrested yesterday in Chickasha in the deaths of two people whose bodies were found inside a house in the four hundred block of Colorado Avenue judiciary police chief Catherine roles as neighbors reported hearing gunshots and when officers arrived on the scene the suspect began shooting officers but then he threw down his gun I don't know if it's because he recognized that there was an officer or if you know what was going on but he did go in rob these guns or enter the suspect that identifies thirty six year old core with king the names of the victims of not the neighbors say they managed a small apartment complex for Dallas man accused of transporting money stolen from eight PM to Oklahoma City Edmond indicted in Arkansas thirty four year old Antonio few thirty one year old Christopher burns thirty two year old James number thirty nine year old Steven Williams are accused of robbing a Kenyan to Walmart neighborhood market they were arrested yesterday a big jump in the number of flu deaths in Oklahoma number from the state health department show there have been twenty to invest in the states of flu season started in September the numbers include one child that thank you weather center and stormteam cloudy and went today some rain will be heavy we'll get into the mid to upper forties and will drop back to the upper thirties tonight tomorrow sunshine returns a high in the upper forties hello right around freezing your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com brown is the and you you can start the new year in an old car Greg Norman Oklahoma's number one kia dealer in twenty nineteen well take any trade in any condition running or not and get you into a no okay with up to six thousand dollars plus every new and preowned vehicle includes a lifetime engine warranty worried about your credit Greg Norman if you've got a job at three fifty a week our lenders can get you a pro qualified buyers but zero down and make payments until April twenty twenty zero down and zero being still April twenty twenty don't make a thousand dollar mistake right Obama's number one kia dealer in twenty nineteen thirty five Norman five three six four forty four hundred four big red sports dot com example twenty nineteen sold zero down to ninety five per month for sixty months at three point nine maybe are something like a warranty on twenty ten a newer vehicles.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first new year's cold start but we're heading to the sixties our forecast is coming up protests in Iran are turning violent as we hear from Simon Owens reports from Iran says said day of protests is now underway this after reports of violence last night video on social media recording gun shots and pools of blood on the ground in the vicinity of protests in the capital Tehran Iranian police are insisting day did not fire a protest as the anger coming after Iran admitted shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane last week amid the flyer to tensions with the US Iran had previously insisted it had nothing to do with the crash democratic Oklahoma congresswoman can record is disputing claims that congressional Democrats sympathized with the you're running in general killed in the US air strike here Jim Forsyth horn was one of eight Democrats voting against a resolution requiring president trump to consult Congress about further military action against Iran and less there is an immediate threat the rest of the Oklahoma delegation are Republicans and also voted against the resolution which passed to twenty four to one ninety four governor Kevin step says he wants the state school superintendent to be appointed by the governor instead of elected by the people before that could happen lawmakers would have to let voters decide to change the state constitution about a dozen states let voters elect a state school superintendent a bill filed by state senator George young of Oklahoma City would require racial impact statements for any house or Senate bill that creates a new offense or changes an existing one young says the goal is to reduce the gap of racial and ethnic disparities he says minority communities are disproportionately impacted by the state's criminal justice system state senator Nathan Dahmer broken arrow says it's no secret that some towns in Oklahoma push their law enforcement officers to write traffic tickets to try and generate more revenue dom says that should not happen he's filed a bill that would prohibit ticket citation quotas he says that will allow officers to keep their focus on protecting citizens and not bolstering revenue jealousy may have triggered a house fire last fall Gerald young is facing an arson charge in a house fire at his ex girlfriend's home in Midwest city he's accused of torching the house on September fifteenth because he thought she was with another man the girlfriend her sister and young all lived at the home the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation is probing the death of a woman who died while being held in Tulsa jail on misdemeanor warrants the Tulsa police departments as forty six year old Wanda ward had complained she didn't feel well when she was booked into jail on January second officials say paramedics examined and cleared ward was found unresponsive on January sixth and was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead at officer involved shooting in I. nola there happened Saturday night after pull a lease officer attempted a traffic stop the driver took off and the officer fired a shot as the pursuit ended the shot hit the driver who was taken to a hospital three people rescued after their boat capsized in lake Thunderbird yesterday a family member saw what happened and called nine one one the Oklahoma highway patrol and little lacks a fire department rescued all three who were taken to a hospital where they were treated and released.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Will find Jacquelyn repose those podcast stories of hunger and war interesting topic Jacquelyn who's joining us now is ready one thousand Katie okay in the drive with Lee Mathews what got you interested in this topic in the first place well I think so many of us we have a want you to speak with our veterans about their experiences to pay our respects but we don't necessarily know how to start that conversation whereas we all like to talk about food you know if we're lucky we get to eat at least three times a day who can access with our families with our homes with our culture and though the food right I've also found that veterans like talking to me about they want to tell me about what they'd be in overseas the or how good or bad there and Mariza their rations were and so talking about our veterans stored reading that really are veterans how their story which right now in our first season were we're going to our World War two veteran story letting them tell their stories but also what they ate while they went through their service experiences what their lives were like at home and then you know what their future if they are than how they go overseas and that eventually come home again that sort of brings us together at the table that we have some common ground as we learn about each other and I gather that to you found that thankfully the food that the servicemen and women eat has evolved for the better it has been in World War two at the beginning they thought a lot of them really really hated corned beef there's a lot of corned beef and a few rations and several of that yet how horrible that corned beef hash was but then how by the end of the war they got hamburgers and our C. rations or not and that got better I birth is our service members today you know a lot of those those dried and preserved foods they're not that bad once you reconstitute them and I do get bearing opinions about them some of them really hate them because the fresh food you know anything that comes from a can or pouch is going to be great but yes plant has evolved a lot seventy some odd years so we are we are lucky in that way that we have a few with a lot of people around the country in lab working to make it better the podcast to stories of hunger and war and Jacquelyn repose so is whether she's a food writer and has put together this podcast in its season now on the I heart media app can you describe because I'm not sure I understand the difference between K. rations in C. rations did your research go that far yeah well I mean just from the gentleman telling me their stories we can tell it so K. rations for a lot of them they would get this get they would get maybe a packet of marmalade they would get some jerky those were things sort of in pouches are they all get cigarettes during World War two with a lot of them traded those you get it okay like in cigarettes because they could treat them with the billion or trading of the plants were bread or cognac or wine they could trade them for added a lot of them they would get powdered eggs in their rations especially for breakfast that you would mix with water and have a good that way and they all across the board hated those there's big right refresh and when they would find them those were in there came rushing in their field ration version of the C. rations they were just generally those can't think so anything mostly that you could mix with sort of a potato you know like if we think of our two to fish basically as well so that hamburgers and potatoes on beef and potatoes also the larger things that tend to one rations that could feed pen you know ten better at ten service members in one meal those would have you know even a huge thing of marmalade that they could sort of half a breakfast as well to those were things that could be a little bit more bulky it feed more people I've worked with the K. rations with a few questions that they would carry with them from place to place so at that times they were lucky enough to go to a camp that actually had a mess tent yes and but we have a huge support system for the veterans as well you know we were bringing we are bringing a lot of food over from the state we had a lot of farms you're supporting them and then we had that the Coast Guard in the mercury in the navy's ferrying food around the world and then for our combat veteran it would it would depend on where they were at the time of war if they could actually get you a but you know what they call the Chow line and get hot food and some of them you know those in the Air Corps who were just sort of going out on missions that plane for coming back they had you know better chances of actually getting hot food does you know on ships and submarines were generally luckier they consistently got hot food versus those you know in the army especially the army the green you might be out on foot for weeks at a time and whether that's a fairly get you anywhere whatever's being over there to prepare for the answer really depends on what your job what we are you were you know what point in the war you are at it was sort of hit or miss the depending on who you speak to that where the story could sort of diverge Jacquelyn repose so stories of hunger and war podcast on the I heart radio app on newsradio one thousand Katie okay you're talking about trading cigarettes I know my father in law he wasn't in World War two he was in the airforce right after Korea but was stationed in Okinawa and he would save in those rations he would save the Hershey bars because he could trade the Hershey bars per stopped because what an at Hershey bars on Okinawa and every part of the fun of illusion so it World War accused her of her she created that cable are easy which was which originally was a sweet chocolate bar with six hundred calories but they were eating up so quickly they weren't actually eating them you know for sustenance she added for them they knocked the sugar back they actually made of less appetizing so that they wouldn't be eating them actually work not that it comparatively individual probably got and an apple they're trying to figure out how to make you know candy more portable else in a higher temperature so you know we had a lot of our things that we have today are are different candy bars our power bars they also have came from how we can have you know food out in the field and have IT service the same temperature and consistency okay yeah I heard he was very very instrumental in making that happen so you know we can thanks we can think is there a point in time for our our pleasurable chocolate as well Jacquelyn repose so stories of.

Jacquelyn
"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"That channel you'll find Jacquelyn proposals podcast stories of hunger and war and she joins us now Jacquelyn what got you in in interested in this topic in the first place well I think for so many of us we have a want you to speak with our veterans about their experiences to pay our respects but we don't necessarily know how to start that conversation whereas we all like to talk about food you know if we're lucky we get to eat at least three times a day who can access with our families with our homes with our culture and so the food right I've also found that veterans like talking to me about they want to tell me about what they'd be in overseas the or how good or bad there and are either their rations were and so talking about our veterans stored reading that really are veterans health their story which right now in our first season where we're going to our World War two veteran story letting them tell their stories but also what they ate while they went through their service experiences what their lives were like at home and then you know what their future if they are than how they go overseas and that eventually come home again that sort of brings us together at the table that we have some common ground as we learn about each other and I gather that to you found that thankfully the food that the servicemen and women eat has evolved for the better it has been in World War two at the beginning they thought a lot of them really really hated corned beef there's a lot of corn because they're few rations and several of them mention how horrible that corned beef hash was but that how by the end of the war they got hamburgers and our C. rations of that and that got better I birth is our service members today you know a lot of those those dried and preserved foods they're not that bad once you reconstitute them and I do get varying opinions about them some of them really hate them because the fresh food you know anything that comes from a can or pouch is going to be great but your food science has evolved a lot seventy some odd years so we are we are lucky in that way that we have a few with a lot of people around the country in lab working to make it better the podcast to stories of hunger and war and Jacquelyn repose so is with the she's a food writer and is put together this podcast in its season now on the I heart media app can you describe because I'm not sure I understand the difference between K. rations in C. rations did your research go that far yeah well I mean just from the gentleman telling me their stories we can sell it so K. rations for a lot of them they would get this get they would get maybe a pack of marmalade they would get some jerky those were things sort of in pouches are they all get cigarettes during World War two with a lot of them traded those you get it okay like in the press because they could trade them with civilians are trading up the plans for bread or Hodiak or wine on they could trade them for added a lot of them they would get powdered eggs in their rations especially for breakfast that you would mix with water and have a good that way and they all across the board hated those there's big right refresh and when they would find them those were in there came rushing in their field ration persons the C. rations they were just generally those can't think so anything mostly but you could mix with sort of a potato you know like if we think of our two to fish basically as well so that hamburgers and potatoes on beef and potatoes also the larger things that tend to one rations that could feed pen you know ten better at ten service members in one meal those would have you know even a huge thing of marmalade that they could sort of have for breakfast as well to those were things that could be a little bit more bulky at the bar people I've worked with the K. rations with a few questions that they would carry with them from place to place so at that times they were lucky enough to go to a camp that actually had a mess tent yes and but we have a huge support system for the veterans as well you know we were bringing in a lot of food over from the state we had a lot of farms you're supporting them and then we had that the Coast Guard in the merchant marines the navy's ferrying food around the world and then for our combat veteran it would it would depend on where they were at the time of war if they could actually get you a but you know what they call the Chow line and get hot food and some of them you know those in the Air Corps who were just sort of going out on missions that plane for coming back they had you know better chances of actually getting hot food those you know on ships and submarines were generally luckier they consistently got hot food versus those you know in the army especially the army in the green you might be out on foot for weeks at a time and whether that's a fairly get you anywhere where there is being there's who prepared for them to really depended on what your job what we are you were you know what point of the war you are at it was sort of hit or miss depending on who you speak to that where the story could sort of diverge Jacquelyn repose so stories of hunger and war podcast on the I heart radio app on newsradio one thousand Katie okay you're talking about trading cigarettes I know my father in law he wasn't in World War two he was in the airforce right after Korea but was stationed in Okinawa and he would save in those rations he would save the Hershey bars because he could trade the Hershey bars per stuff because I don't have Hershey bars on Okinawa and part of the fun of illusion so it World War accused her of her she created that cable are easy which was which originally was a sweet chocolate bar with six hundred calories but they were eating them so quickly they weren't actually eating them you know for nothin she added for them they knocked the sugar back they actually made of less appetizing so that they wouldn't be eating them actually worked sustenance comparatively individual probably better at that have been there trying to figure out how to make you know can be more portable else and higher temperatures so you know we had a lot of our things that we have today are are you free candy bars our power bars they also have came from how we can have you know food out in the field and have IT service the same temperature and consistency okay yeah I heard he was very very instrumental in making that happen so you know we can thank we can think is there a point in time for our our pleasurable chocolate as well and you can hear more on Jacquelyn repose those stories of hunger and more the podcast available at Katie okay dot com fox news sign camp who sell the impasse over impeachment lingers on as president trump accuses Democrats of stalling and Democrats demand witnesses and documents the Democrats witness wish list includes former national security adviser John Bolton and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Congress is back in session on January seventh fox's ray bogan in Washington people gotten fed up with this impeachment fixation where everything's about a witch hunt to go after Donald Trump house Republicans Steve Scalise of Louisiana anguish in Catholic stand where a passenger plane crashed shortly after takeoff at least twelve people died when the plane slammed into the house the cause of the crash.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the cake you can use that this is Oklahoma's first news we have a mild starter Christmas week but a dense fog advisory this morning our forecast is coming up twenty twenty presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren campaigned in Oklahoma yesterday she met privately with native American tribal leaders before speaking to a packed audience at her alma mater northwest class in high school Warren told supporters that she would do something for native Americans if elected close for five Warren released an extensive proposal to address issues of concern to native Americans police say a suspect used a rifle to rob a marijuana dispensary in Oklahoma City shortly before six last night it happened near northwest one hundred twenty second Rockwell police say the suspect handcuff the clerk and shot a rifle into the air Midwest city police are investigating an armed robbery at a dispensary it happened over the weekend at the urban fire near southeast fifteenth and air d'apple the store's owner says three suspects armed with guns burst into the business and fled with marijuana and cash no one was injured one person is in custody after an attack at a fast food restaurant in Norman over the weekend authorities say a man was taken to the hospital with stab wounds investigators say the alleged suspect and the victim knew each other from the KT okay weather center and the four warn storm team fog this morning but it'll be mostly sunny this afternoon and we are under a dense fog advisory until noon we'll get into the low sixties today dropped to the mid thirties tonight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com experiencing pipe leaks in your home in our twenty five years of re piping homes we've seen too many homeowners make the common bandaid mistakes of re routing an isolated area leak sadly this won't solve the core problem of faulty pipes throughout your home the only way to permanently solve for leaks is by re piping your entire home re pipe specialists have perfected the most efficient process re piping an entire home in just one to two days patching your walls and providing a lifetime guarantee re pipe specialists only uses high quality packs or USA great L. copper pipes for a limited time get twenty percent off and zero percent interest for an entire year re pipe specialists the no hassle value priced all inclusive re pipe call today for your free in home estimate tailored for your home at four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three that's four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three guys an important announcement from universal men's clinic and doctor archon this is doctor Arakaki if you're suffering from DD or low chief we're making this guarantee we will improve the medical condition of your D. D. or little TV or.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And me your host Jacquelyn repose out food doesn't know demographic boundary everyone is that there is a card branded content manager for military times into the genius behind the military branches as Instagram posts these food for posts get a huge response from service members and the conversations are a delight to witness rich in that elite military device that we talk so much about in the military community now for a podcast that focuses on war and food stories we've taken our time getting to health food helps veterans acclimate back into civilian life but honestly with organizations that plan massive memorials or fly veterans around the world to talk is comparatively easy anytime a politician or an educator from the U. S. so come to visit a base what they tend to be doing is they're serving food or carrying a meal with them that's sort of a way to create a common ground for people who otherwise don't really have much in common and the candy coat does that sort of explains that the military culture in a way that anyone could understand for around twenty five years Cindy Stevens has run the freedom pantry for veterans and you came to Washington an all volunteer non profit that works to fill in the gaps left by larger organizations we have food is non perishable we have clothing we have blankets cold winter gear for homeless veterans we do Christmas and thanksgiving boxes she says the greatest challenges to our veterans largely come from two places first many civilians think veteran care is entirely covered by government programs and so don't think to donate food clothing and home items to small pantries like hers there is some facilities that are amazing first they claimed foundations make too much money whether it be there getting social security on top of whatever their pension is so they're turned down for food stamps or anything else summer missions can afford their medications then there's the sense of pride that runs strong through many of those who have served I've had to talk couple of that turns into a game what is due them because they're like no I don't want to take from somebody else veterans accepting assistance is where it gets particularly personal for Cindy her grandfather was a World War two navy veteran who lived with injuries his VA told him were unrelated.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Mornings here too all day all okay what is here yeah let's continue our conversation stuff pants and would like to know why is it okay for overweight men to be shirtless Jacquelyn their stuff on television and is this why should why is this even a thing right Stuf yeah why because they just feel like we're done like why do we have to keep talking about that as a way to draw attention to this product is a way to think it's funny I think downs right like for supposedly overweight man jiggling that's funny about women are just gross and I'm sick of it yeah you wouldn't you would never see that just think about it what what if there was a commercial with a woman wearing just her by her bar well and we use an example of this like Liz all recently went to an NBA game and had a very revealing outfit on with a lot of her booty out and people were Joss like up in arms and she should be censored on Instagram and blah blah blah and she was closed yeah but what your leaders true yeah it's funny that you mention a little example because I had missed that and I was searching Liz okay she's definitely all right now what she's really sick on all LED because she spoke at live this weekend with a with Betty Murphy she's really sick she just tweeted that our temperature finally got below a hundred me out so I was cold and flu season friends to get shots so I was on the tweeters and I saw a picture of her at that game and the dude it's funny that you brought this up because the dude had commented can we all just put our pants on now and it was like a home and I didn't think much of it until now with the context of this conversation I still were using shirtless Gigli man to sell products it's not like he was just out in the world you know Mona's lawn which is one thing and the commercial was meant to be funny right yes you're supposed to be let go of all the funny crazy neighbor I wish I remember what the product was and I wonder if men of a certain size are now offended by that because it is I mean it the overweight men overweight people have been used as a punch lines for years for decades and and if you're overweight okay yeah but if you're not funny or you're a woman then it's really not OK yeah I think is more of the device I think you're absolutely right it is in society an overweight woman that don you put a soul is disgusting and regarded as gross lazy but an overweight man on is jovial jolly right you know the but as but of the joke sound number on on on look at you having a I think for a moment during NBC's the voice I had a lot of regulatory moments would you like to know my next month yeah go ahead why why do we have to shape our fingernails in two daggers it is Gary look and it looks like you're going to spear a chunk of cheese and getting that in your mouth is a multi functional tool that's right thank you I that is the style I'm just having a hard time with now you'll be you'll fight could just stop doing it in that way please on the did you see this on the boycott a lot a lot happened during the day because there wasn't I don't know all the music this year it's fine but I'm looking at all the fashions someone how blind alleys has sharp pointy nails so do the Kardashians it's a fad it's fashion in a lot of the younger gals habit no I just think our and it I don't know they must be fakes so they must be thicker because your real nails just don't grow like that that wouldn't happen dawn check back scratchers C. L. skinny there aren't enough I just I just trimmed them on Saturday with his mouth I'm talking about big dudes the bigger my belly gets in the older I get the harder it is to do my toenails seriously.

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DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant children

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant children

"The department of homeland security's internal watchdog finding no wrongdoing by immigration officials in the deaths of two migrant children last December a seven year old Guatemalan girl named Jacquelyn died December eighth of last year after crossing the border with their father she fell ill on a long bus ride to a border patrol station should stop reading by the time it arrived in was flown to a hospital in el Paso Texas where she died a little more than two weeks later an eight year old Guatemalan boy named Philippe pay died while in U. S. customs and border protection care homeland security says it remains saddened by the tragic loss of the two children and continues to bolster medical screenings in care at DHS facilities on the border Ben Thomas

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DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant kids

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 migrant kids

"A seven year old Guatemalan girl named Jacquelyn died December eighth of last year after crossing the border with their father she fell ill on a long bus ride to a border patrol station should stop reading by the time it arrived in was flown to a hospital in el Paso Texas where she died a little more than two weeks later and eight year old Guatemalan boy named for Lee pay died while in U. S. customs and border protection care homeland security says it remains saddened by the tragic loss of the two children and continues to bolster medical screenings in care and DHS facilities on the border Ben Thomas Washington

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Man who killed girlfriend, infant loses final appeal

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Man who killed girlfriend, infant loses final appeal

"Another glow of a death row inmate loses his final appeal Jacquelyn Scott reports yesterday's US Supreme Court decision means forty five year old Oklahoma death row inmate ramen Eugene Johnson is now the twenty fourth death row inmate in Oklahoma is exhausted his appeals Johnson will be eligible for an execution date of Oklahoma resumes executions he was given to death sentences for killing his twenty four year old girlfriend and her seven month old daughter in two thousand seven Oklahoma has not executed inmates since twenty fifteen

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Last victim of Mexico border killings buried

KYW 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Last victim of Mexico border killings buried

"Nine Americans were laid to rest of the past few days in northern Mexico all victims of a shocking them both by a drug cartel in vehicles fearing three women and six children videos news correspondent men will work as reports the brutality of the killings they said new light on the increasing violence just south of the border Sir said he'll but Jacquelyn solace studies the violence here and says some cartels of splintered into factions that are now fighting each other

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news part of the metro had a wet early morning our forecast is coming up one person shot dead another pistol whipped last night in northeast Oklahoma City it happened near north east twenty first and Lottie no names have been released a deadly stabbing in west Oklahoma City police were called to an area near Reno and class at about nine thirty last night where two males were reported fighting the suspect fled the scene but was caught nearby and taken into custody Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn says instead of showing leadership for the American people house Democrats cannot take their focus away from impeachment and helping president trump success the left has proven that they can and will spend anything into an impeachment frenzy there imho is to call for impeachment first and sort of the fax later congressman Frank Lucas is taking a wait and see approach he says if there is substance will address it if this is political shenanigans then let's all say it together a lawsuits been filed to stop a new law in Oklahoma that requires doctors who perform abortions by medication to inform women the process can be reversed after they take the first of two pills a license to go into effect November first the New York based center for reproductive rights filed a lawsuit on Wednesday in Oklahoma county District Court alleging the reversal claim is not supported by scientific evidence authorities now say foul play is not suspected in the death of a fifty seven year old female inmate at the Oklahoma county jail officials say fifty seven year old Diane Annette Jones was found unresponsive in her cell on Monday.

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"So Jacquelyn says she was listening while driving through rush hour traffic yesterday on I thirty five she said some dork past me illegally to my right to before cutting off in front of me I was so focused on that when you said quote I saw a picture of Dorian it was gray because I was distracted it took two to three seconds for that to sink in and when it dawned on me what you said I will after the next mile out loud thanks for making aids and situation actually fun I'm still chuckling about it when I think of it everyone at work has has was to today when you share what hope you took credit for it so thank you chaplain thank you for getting it to my producer my getting the love cannon thought it sucked he gave me an eye roll when I did it and if you don't get the jet yeah you don't get the Joe I saw a portrait of Dorian the hurricane it was gray if you don't get it then all I can ask you to do is look up Oscar Wilde okay and then you'll get it rolling is in Yukon newsradio one thousand Katie okay actually I wanted to talk about your first caller you game a little bit of a Roni this information and people can look it up for themselves and title twenty one section nine twelve eighty nine point seven firearms vehicles roll like you just lost the audience thank you very much you spout off a bunch of numbers that are deep in the weeds wanted to summarize a force in thirty seconds I'm taking the that all right it's it's basically now as it was when I blew into the state forty years ago you could transport a hand gun in a vehicle it has to be unloaded means no magazine in the gun no baggage fees in the chamber our round in the chamber of Super Bowl ball over it has to be empty it has to be visible or it has to be locked in your trunk or an exterior compartment not gonna happen in the Matthews mobile sorry Roy I'm going to break the law they'll carry license you don't have to do that depends on well okay what does that do not have a concealed carry license that's the law all right drawing all right okay I'm not going to not defend myself and I'm not going to get on this program and order people to not defend themselves just because it's the law I realize you're a law enforcement officer and I realize you're a back by the book kind of guy I encourage this guy because he's moving to Washington state and I don't want to drive across country without a gun nearby I don't care what the law is eight four oh one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay dot com speaking of which before the secretary of state begins the process of counting signatures seeking to force a vote on the state's new permit let's carry law the Oklahoma Supreme Court must address a legal challenge filed against the petition effort sold because of the protests that is on file with the Oklahoma Supreme Court regarding the constitutionality of state question eight oh three referendum petition twenty six must postpone the details of the signature count until the court has filed a final order official court decisions on state question protests often include instructions on how all the offices to proceed in the matter said the secretary of state Michael Rogers in a statement so on Thursday the petitions were turned and we still don't know how many there were if you talk to moms demand action yeah we got we we came pretty close we came pretty close something tells me if they knew they had a they would be bragging about it so if they if they get as many as fifty nine thousand three hundred twenty valid signatures and those signatures are confirmed it would force the statewide vote petition organizer say they believe they came close well I don't know how close because the last count we heard officially was fifty thousand and that was like a two thirty three o'clock in the afternoon I don't know if they got another nine thousand three hundred twenty an hour and a half it sounds unlikely to me but we will not find out officially until the court rules on it now I think the court will at least rule on it maybe Wednesday when's the fifth Wednesday cell Thursday okay Thursday we may get an answer from the court as early as Thursday but nothing can move for tell the court rules on it and the main issue is how they got some of the signatures Okla second association says that was fraudulent they said things that were not true to get the signatures.

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Brexit Is The Latest Blow To The British Pound, Once A Symbol Of Economic Might

Morning Edition

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Brexit Is The Latest Blow To The British Pound, Once A Symbol Of Economic Might

"It's been some time since Britain's empire extended around the world but the British pound long a symbol of Britain's global power is still a source of great pride in the country over the years though the pound has lost a lot of its luster and the turmoil surrounding brexit has hurt its stature even more you Jim zarroli in the late nineteen nineties Europe embarked on a radical experiment it got rid of Italy's lira Germany's Deutsche mark and the French Frank among others and replace them with a single monetary unit the euro only one major country refused to get on board Britain here is then chancellor of the exchequer Gordon brown we will not seek membership of the single currency on first January nineteen ninety nine the decision was driven by much more than economics the pound also known as the quit or sterling is a rich cultural symbol a powerful reminder of the past glory of the British Empire I'll notes have been adorned with some of the most illustrious figures in British history Shakespeare Dickens and Darwin today people such as Jacquelyn Cup for a pharmacist's assistant in London say giving up the pound is almost unthinkable I think it's because it is so you know you've got an old school friend to turn everything now talk about the talent and it's part of our kind of culture really I think anything that you try to replace it with it wouldn't did the talking I think the pound is encrusted with centuries of British tradition one pound was long week will take two hundred and forty pence it bewildered tourists in nineteen seventy one the government decided to simplify things one pound would now be worth one hundred pence it took some getting used to even students had to take classes in the new money how many new pen if you guys have in one house for new my mom doesn't like the fifty pence I today's twelve to make sure they're not the singer Max Bygraves even put out a song of through all the changes the pound has long symbolized Britain's economic might at one time the pound was used to buy and spend all over the world it paid for roads in Africa and railroads in India it financed cotton fields in the American south Neil Ferguson is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author of the history of money if you go back to the nineteenth century the British pounds occupied the place in the global economy that the US dollar does today but as Britain's power wind so did the pound the government tried to stem the decline after the second World War travelers were barred from taking pounds out of the country you can take a holiday business alarms and travelers checks but not more than five pounds in studying those efforts like these not withstanding written over the years would have trouble controlling the pounds volatility the Ferguson remembers living through it my childhood was in some ways scarred by periodic sterling crises I think they were my introduction to economics as a boy growing up in Britain in nineteen ninety two came what was perhaps the worst crisis of all it was known as black Wednesday deep pocketed investors led by George Soros made enormous bets against the pound and the whole world watched as the pound collapsed the most dramatic turn in government if not extract you for twenty five years was forced on the prime minister and chancellor by the overwhelming pressure upon billions of being sold in the far next change mark Soros was said to have made a billion dollars in just one day since then the pound has only lost more ground today it's worth just a dollar twenty a fourth of what it was worth almost a century ago one big culprit lately has been brexit Britain's decision three years ago to leave the European Union sent the pound tumbling the government's chronic inability to come up with an exit plan has driven it even lower David Blanchflower is an economist at Dartmouth College the chaos that sits around a possible no deal brexit is scaring the markets and so the pound is folding steadily Blanchflower says the pound could soon be worth one dollar in the history of the pound that's never happened today the British pound with all its glorious tradition indoors but like the empire itself it's not quite what it used to be Jim zarroli NPR news New York

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"School crossing guards Jacquelyn Scott newsradio twelve hundred WOAI a twenty two year old man is charged with planning to stab students at an elementary school in Tampa you won't believe the reason why he wanted to do it according to Japanese the man said he disliked the schools called obnoxious pride in America the entire school building is painted like an American flag and nod to Francis Bellamy who wrote the pledge of allegiance lived in Tampa for a short time well the red white and blue seemingly upset twenty two year old Andrew Amman who told deputies he has negative views of patriotism toward the U. S. so much that he say he planned this violent attack he apparently had a change of heart when his roommate showed up at his residence the roommate became aware of the plot and alerted police we keep hearing self driving cars are all on the way but where are they Donna Wilson with Bloomberg has is in focus report self driving cars keep hitting speed bumps General Motors is the latest to announce the delay the GM crew self driving unit had planned to debut a rebel taxi by the end of this year proving more and more difficult to get the technology really ready for every kind of situation a car can encounter on the road David Welch Bloomberg's Detroit bureau chief says there are challenges taking humans out from behind the wheel are we safer than a human driving so until they can do it better than the people on the road they're just going to keep testing until they get there also the twenty million it had thought its own drive the list right healing service would be up and running by now and a fatal collision last year said Cooper's Wrobel taxing ambitions back none of it works if the cars aren't safe while GM's crew this won't have rebel Texas ready this year its CEO says it's not too far off they're working at sometime next year to pull this off cruises rapidly expanding testing I'm Donna Wilson Bloomberg business the news radio twelve hundred W. L. A. W. away I news time six oh seven breaking news on the hour at the happen anytime at W. away I dot com brought to you by first more credit union a.

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Senate fails to override Trump vetoes on Saudi weapons sales

Lee Matthews

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Senate fails to override Trump vetoes on Saudi weapons sales

"Washington Saudi Arabia and weapons good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first new year's another sunny hot day ahead our forecast is coming up the Senate fails to stop the trump administration from selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf allies here's your helper veto override attempt spell well short of the two thirds majority needed the blocked the sale of more than eight billion dollars in weapons and other military assistance to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates without congressional approval several Republicans joined Democrats in the Senate to pass a trio of resolutions disapproving of sales the democratic White House followed suit triggering vetoes from president trump administration has started a strong relationship with Saudi Arabia this tensions rise with rival

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"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"jacquelyn" Discussed on KTOK

"City good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott indicate you can use it this is Oklahoma's first new year's hot and getting hotter our forecast is coming up two juveniles recovering after being shot in northwest Oklahoma City it happened about three yesterday morning your northwest fiftieth and Brunson that's east of meridian Scott pack tells news for his mother lives across the street she told me that she heard gunshots somewhere around three thirty four o'clock in the morning and called the police and next thing she knows cars pulling out of the driveway across the street and please show up immediately thereafter one of the juveniles was taken to a hospital in critical condition the condition of the other has not been released police say a man kicked open the door of a home in northeast Oklahoma City early yesterday and opened fire one man was killed in a woman was shot in the arm and taken to a hospital police say it happened just before one yesterday morning your northeast twenty fifth in prospect authorities are looking for the shooter Oklahoma's lawsuit against drug maker Johnson and Johnson expected to go to the judge today here's Jim Forsyth closing arguments are today in Oklahoma's landmark case blaming Johnson and Johnson and its subsidiaries for the state's opioid drug crisis each side will be given two hours to make its arguments before Cleveland county district judge fat bald men a court spokesman says Boston is expected to take the case under advisement and it could take at least a month for him to make his decision and investigations under way after a fatal explosion in el Reno it happened yesterday at Kenyon oilfield services near southeast twenty seventh and Choctaw authorities say a man was getting ready to weld an empty tanker truck in his shop it appears flammable than the air ignited a flash explosion killing him no one else was injured a nationwide crackdown on illegal immigration with ice raids beginning yesterday ordered by the trump administration Kevin court reports why does officials say this is about enforcement actions and they also add this is frankly about enforcing existing immigration law major cities all across the country New York Baltimore Chicago Denver San Francisco LA Houston Atlanta and Miami now those targeted for removal have already had their day in court they've had their claims denied they've been ordered removed and they've simply ignored the law but on Capitol Hill Democrats are pushing back the same with the administration is really trying to do and what they really want to do is to turn people from coming to claim asylum in the first place a resolution approved by the leaders of five of Oklahoma's most powerful tribal nations denounces governor states plan to renegotiate gaming compacts that stood says have some of the lowest gaming fees in the nation step maintains the compact expired in January the tribes claim the compact will automatically renew the tribal leaders say they'll reject any attempt by the state to negotiate entirely new compacts they say the compact reflect a balanced approach between the tribes and the state found not guilty by reason of insanity in the bombing of the airforce recruiting office in big speech two years ago former airforce airman Benjamin Roden is being released from a federal prison hospital where he received treatment he'll have to continue to receive a medical health treatment and take medication he was arrested in July twenty seventeen for igniting a pipe bomb outside the recruiting office no one was inside.

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