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"john carr" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

08:05 min | 3 months ago

"john carr" Discussed on The Argument

"For the church to be called the house of the father. With the door's always open. So that if someone moved by the spirit comes. They're looking for god he or she will not find a closed-door communion to me and the tradition in which i was raised is the ultimate recognition of christ's sacrifice for us. It is the reenactment of the last supper. In which christ knew that he was going to die for the sins of humanity and he asked his brothers to come and take and eat of him. Catholics believe in trans injury. Which is the idea. That the communion bread the community wind become the body and blood of jesus christ in recognition of the sacrifice. He made in catholic tradition. There's this debate about approaching communion if you're not in a state of grace but then we have pope francis saying that in some senses receiving. The eucharist is about receiving that greece. Heidi how do you think that this. Because you said it's not really about communion but it clearly is a little bit. How does this figure into the debate. About what communion is foreign. Who comedian is for. I guess what i would say is that it can be both both something that is for centers and in which we receive grace but at the same time the church does have some appropriate role in deciding how the sacraments are celebrated in who celebrates them and who partake of them. The eucharist is the source and summit of the christian life according to the catechism. Certainly it's very important. And visible way that catholics practice their faith so i believe that the bishops have a right duty of course to teach about the eucharist and to teach about what the church says about the dignity of human life and i would like to see our bishops teach and persuade but i don't think an emphasis on the punish side of how to get people to do what you want them to do is very effective and i say this both as a former teacher and as a parent my friend john carr who at georgetown now formerly with the bishop's conference always says we need to make abortion unthinkable before we make it illegal and i don't think the bishops are doing a very good job of persuading people about that. Ross this seems to make abortion the litmus test for whether or not the american catholic church or followers of the american catholic church will support a particular politician. What gets me about. This is that this is a very public and performance of action. Because if you're a priest you have absolutely no idea in general what most of the people who are receiving communion have done that day they could have committed any number of mortal or venial sins. They could have been divorced. They could have had extramarital sex and the reason why catholic politicians who are supportive of abortion rights come in for particular opprobrium is because we know where their positions are because they're public figures. Why abortion is the thing to make the stance on why not the death penalty or getting divorced or any number of factors because not saying that abortion abortions. Not an incredibly important issue to catholics. Who do believe that. It is a grave sin but there are lots of other grave sins on the abortion. Point is just that abortion is murder is worse than other sentence. Right i don. I don't think it's i think it's not actually particularly complex. The reason that people bring up the death penalty is that that's the closest you can get to parallel case where it is actually a matter of life and death where a human being is being killed. Now you can argue various reasons why we shouldn't think of abortion as murder and you had my colleague michelle goldberg and i on on the show and we you know we. We've had that argument but within the context of catholic teaching. That's the logic. Now i think having a preeminent issue like this does create a problem for the church where the other political parties seems to sort of accumulate a long list of issues that taken on their own or all less significant than abortion but in the case of certain aspects of the trump presidency. Do seem to add up to take the case of the death penalty abortion and the death penalty even so are still different because the death penalty is the execution of a person who's been found guilty of a serious crime in some cases. That person may actually be innocent. But that's what the state is attempting to do their to execute guilty. Which is again different from. What happens in abortion. No one is arguing that the unborn human being is guilty of a capital crime. My view is that the public nature. The performing nature is sort of the point. Right that yeah. In most cases nobody knows what kinds of sins were committing. Thank god in secret that we may or may not have confessed before we go up to take communion but politicians by virtue of being politicians by choosing the life. They've chosen they're responsible directly for war and peace and all times of things. You know where you can trace direct consequences from their policies and so the church does have a different relationship to them. Necessarily i mean. I guess i push heidi a little bit. I would say that. I wouldn't agree with it but i don't think it would be crazy for the church in the case of a death penalty supporting catholic politician to have a conversation about withholding communion given how that teaching has developed. I respect that. Heidi doesn't think that's appropriate. But i guess i'd ask. Is there anything where it would be appropriate. Yeah i mean. I can't think of a specific example but i do recognize that. That is the purview. And the responsibility of church leaders. I just think in this situation. It pretty clearly is not and with william bar. I pray for his conversion on that issue. And i think he's less likely to convert on that issue. If he's not receiving communion. I can speak personally about the importance of receiving the eucharist in my own life. And how i think it's been transformative. So the idea of denying that to someone seems counterproductive. I guess i would push back a little bit on you about the simplicity of abortion being murder. It's certainly is the taking of a life. I don't want to contradict church teaching here but it can be complicated. It's the reason why. Most i think pro-lifers do not call for the imprisonment or execution. I guess of a woman who has an abortion because they don't see it as simply murder in that way and i also think that while politicians need to be responsible for the positions that they personally hold or that they support either from their party or actions of their own as politicians. I do also think there's a little bit more nuance here in this situation. With biden at the same time it is currently the law of the land here and he has moved towards being more accepting of his. Party's you know liberalism or whatever you call it on abortion but he has never taken back the fact that he says he has personally opposed to it and i think that when we start thinking that a politician who's member of a party or an administration or a country that has anything that's against the catholic church. Then we're all kind of in trouble. Not just the republicans and their as you said growing number of things that they oppose that. Just don't happen to be abortion but many of us and we don't want the communion line to be.

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"john carr" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john carr" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Streets. That said you know. I don't know it's your neighborhood, but you could be riding this things on it in check the route trails on Saturday just to a couple of burnouts. Up and down on that. Yeah, well for John Carr's you'll come flying off the jump right over here. Nice over he'll get pictures of the. GotTa Stop by the Blair witch, you know what we should do. I got an idea that bike. Because we did We did another. Steel Real recon ride last week, Marcus Zito, and I. Did thirty five miles. So it was more than just more than just the actual route but. We went into the Milwaukee underground for the first time in a few years. Accessible again. I only got my feet wet a little bit and we went to the I throughout those shoes or no like I'm on my feet right now. We went to the first tunnel junction. We didn't go further because Marcus was the only lights which. Of course you've been on, you've been in the underground before avenue. In a long time and it was pretty fuzzy at that point right. So so it's doable and we may put it as a an all route for the steelers real right if people are feeling extra adventurous and. Choice coming spinner I believe is coming. So I know at least five people that are going in there, that's for sure well, and between to stop there is a relaxed and groovy on the road route. Yeah Where where you can..

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"john carr" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"ABC's Alex stone is joining us and the workweek will be getting underway in just a couple of hours there in southern California, San Diego area, and they're going to be coping with this shooting took place at a synagogue there on Saturday, Alex. Jogo mortaring. Yeah. There's a lot of shock in this community a community about fifty thousand people right outside of San Diego. And as we always here with these shootings and Orlando knows all too. Well, but they never thought this was going to happen in their community. The gunman. John Ernest nineteen years old walking in allegedly to this synagogue, opening fire only a few hours earlier he posted. Nope. In letter online filled with hate against Jews. Now appears he bought his weapon on Friday only hours before carrying out his attack here. And we're hearing from the victims noise. John eight years old she thought she was in a safe place at this synagogue. But she tells us that she would the loudest noise she's ever heard in her life and then train him movie. The it's like high that shot she was hit. She's now out of the hospital. The rabbi here walked out to find his longtime friend Laurie K sixty year old woman dying on the ground. He looked up and he says he saw pure. I hate that. There was a man standing there a young man wearing sunglasses. He couldn't see into his is rabbi saying he couldn't see into his soul. And then he was shot in both hands one of his fingers blown off the gunman ran off. He was chased by a former soldier and an off-duty border patrol agent. That agent was armed fired at John Carr Ernest got away. But then gave up called police on his own told police where he was and when police responded, he put his hands up and gave up I know at the very least there there's been talk about him facing hate crime charges and murder charges. But if you're facing murder charges that would carry the heavier weight, I would imagine. Yeah. It depends on where they go with these charges. The charges are likely officially going to be filed locally today. He's being held on what are called arresting charges right now just to keep them in jail. But the FBI is also investigating. They're doing a federal investigation initially. They were just helping out the San Diego County sheriff's department now. Now, they're doing their own independent investigation looking at the federal crime, the hate crime charge here, but both of them could be very serious. You're going to look at a lot of attempted murder charges for the many people who were inside this synagogue, looking at the federal hate crime charges. He could spend the rest of his life in prison here in California under the the current death penalty rules, probably not the death penalty. Or would never really be carried out. It's on hold right now under the current governor. But at least life in prison ABC's, Alex stone, joining us live from Paoay in California suburb of San Diego. It's six fourteen now.

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"john carr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My shirt as I got older. This got worse and it affected my relationships. One time in grad school. I sent my boyfriend at the time a text he didn't respond. My chest tightened. What had done wrong? Sure, everyone feels a little hurt by rejection, but I would seemingly become debilitated each time and last year after a particularly rough break-up not sleeping staying up all night crying. I started to wonder if something was wrong with me. I began looking up research on the biology of feeling rejected. I came across something called the OPR one, gene. We all have this, gene. But for approximately one in five people this gene has a tiny variation that can affect how their brains respond to pain the tiny variation is called a geo, and I called up Dr John Carr CBS a researcher at the university of Utah. Who's studied this, gene and the G L heal? What seems to do is seems to lower the capacity to produce opiate receptors. So you have less of them opioid receptors. Dr Subbiah tells me help us counteract pain when endorphins rush into the brain they attached to those opioid receptors and stop the pain signal. This is actually what happens during the runner's high end endorphins also Russian when people experience emotional pain. So basically what I learned from Dr CBS is that people with this geo also known as g carriers. They seem to have fewer of these. Receptors? So they're not as able to deal with pain. Whether it's a torn ligament or social rejection is this what has been happening to me, my whole life several weeks after shipping off my saliva, an Email popped up in my inbox. My results have come in. I sat staring at the message and opened if I were g carrier. It would mean that there was a biological explanation for my feelings, I hadn't been overreacting all these years. I was experiencing more pain than others. With my hands shaking slightly. I open the file and scroll through lines of my genetic code to find the OPR one, gene. There typed in small font g..

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"john carr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Always been a bit sensitive. I remember this one moment in fourth grade, miss Brown asked a question in class that I knew the answer to she made eye contact with me, but then called on someone else. I could feel the tears welling up in my eyes. I asked to be excused ran to the bathroom and cried into my shirt as I got older. This got worse and it affected my relationships. One time in grad school. I sent my boyfriend at the time a text he didn't respond. My chest tightened. What had I done wrong. Sure. Everyone feels a little hurt by rejection, but I would seemingly become debilitated each time and last year after a particularly rough break-up not sleeping staying up all night crying. I started to wonder if something was wrong with me. I began looking up research on the biology of feeling rejected. I came across something called the OPR in one, gene, we all have this, gene. But for approximately one in five people this gene has a tiny variation that can affect how their brains respond to pain the tiny variation is called a geo, and I called up Dr John Carr CBS data a researcher at the university of Utah who studied this, gene. And the G eleo what seems to do is seems to lower the capacity to produce opiate receptors. So you have less of them opioid receptors. Dr Subbiah tells me help us counteract pain when endorphins rush into the brain they attached to those opioid receptors and stop the pain signal. This is actually what happens during the runner's high and endorphins also Russian when people experience emotional pain. So basically what I learned from Dr CBS data is that people with this geo also known as g carriers. They seem to have fewer of these receptors. So they're not as able to deal with pain. Whether it's a torn ligament or social rejection is this what has been happening to me, my whole life several weeks after shipping off my saliva, an Email popped up in my inbox. My results have come in. I sat staring at the message unopened if I were g carrier. It would mean that there was a biological explanation for my feelings, I hadn't been overreacting all these years. I was experiencing more pain than others. With my hands shaking slightly. I open the file and scroll through lines of my genetic code to find the OPR one, gene. There typed in small font g..

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"john carr" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And that he made sure that she got her starting Alaska, politics, you think that might have been a bit of an issue for her for her VP run, you think or know if it turned out, Nikki Haley, for example, had gotten into politics by dating a man twice her age who then gave her political favors. You might think that'd be used as a club by the media. Yeah. I think so. And let's you think that this is a sexist thing. It is not you know, many times I have mocked Jew. John Kerry, John Carr, former two thousand four candidate and secretary of state. I mocked him one million times for having metadata. He married one rich woman, and then divorced her and married, another rich woman and then lived off for fortune. It's always seen and it should be seen as a bad thing in American politics to marry for political purposes, this was the rip on Hillary Clinton too. By the way, is that she lived off her husband's name and lived off his cO tales. So that she could then run for Senator and president and be secretary of state. Kumble Harris is not a feminist icon. If she was dating Willie Brown. So she could get appointed to a bunch of positions while he was married, by the way, I know that we we gloss over this in American life now and on both sides in both political parties, we have ignored the idea that adultery is bad. I know that Republicans now think well, you know, happens because President Trump, and I know the Democrats do have been doing this routine for literally decades that since the era of JFK, whatever. So they committed adultery. It's kind of bad when you are the other woman to a married man who was then providing you with giveaway jobs in the California state government, that's kind of bad now. Nobody's going to attack her on this because other Democrats do than she will claim sexism, President Trump might because President Trump has no limits. One of the beautiful things about the man is that he will say anything at anytime. But should that be an issue, of course, that should be an issue? It is obvious overt corruption and she should have to answer questions about that. And you shouldn't be able to shy away with. Oh, yeah. I felt deeply in love with Willie Brown when he was sixty and I was thirty. Yeah. That's that's the thing. That happens all the time. Lots of six year old men. You know, how many of them who are, you know, can a middle class Schwab's who aren't powerful men in politics are getting thirty year old up and coming lawsuit and girlfriends tons of them tons just it happens all the time immune while is not just calmly Harris who's jumping into the pool. It's also Elizabeth Warren. Elizabeth Warren is going to campaign is an open communist, I'm old enough to remember. When Elizabeth Warren was writing books, like the two income trap all about how the middle class in the United States was suffering, and how school vouchers, for example, could be a solution for some of these families. Well, now, she's decided to steal Bernie Sanders is audience by going overly calming and the New York Times prisoner for here's what she tweeted out over the weekend. Did Elizabeth worn this billionaire NFL owner just paid one hundred million dollars for a super yacht with its own. I max eater. I'm pretty sure he can pay my new Oltra millionaire tax to help the millions of yacht..

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"john carr" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The table. And when leader Pelosi said, she didn't agree with the wall. He just walked out and said we have nothing to discuss ago. He's right. They're not gonna give them anything. Why should he stick around about pointless fruitless exercise? You know? I think the Democrats are missing a big opportunity here. They got Trump where they can get anything. They want from this president right now, he wants the wall. He'll I think he'll do almost anything, and they refuse to cut a deal with them to get something that they want because they cannot be seen by their constituents to give him. It's more important. Yes. Virus the president to negotiate with him and get something. That's right. Well, if they have to give them five point seven billion. No, no. So what do you do you get sort of a deal, we want you need your wall? We would like this. Right. Give it to us. And you gotta deal, but no it's already conceded. The fact that it's not going to be concrete. It'll be steel that is a major concession Lynn major. Bigger than that. Jonathan Karl and Oval Office Jonathan Karl the ABC news White House correspondent of the president went after him. Vanson? I watch your one-sided reporting. So you think you should sign the Bill a Bill, and these John do you think I should sign it? And anyone after Carl Carl's gonna join us you want to get his story at seven forty. He should've answered do you have the the bit? Yeah. You hear it? Sided reporting. We don't have the law. We'll get the long version, but we'll get it. I love Carl there. He is. He's ten Asia's there. He is. Anyway, I think Trump kinda respects them much more than a Kosta. Oh, absolutely clown from CNN Carl. So what was the question Carl ask you just sign Bill fund the government and get the ball later sign sign a Bill fund the government? I will get the wall layer. And the president said seriously, John, do you think I should sign and John Carr refused? But I saw on Twitter this morning Johnson. That's what my job as well. That's not my job to tell the president whether or not to sign. Wow. Wow. What would you do if you were in my position, he's yelling at Carl? And then in the middle of it. He said, I watch your one-sided reporting. I think John's can have a few choice things to say he will be with us at seven forty. So you wanna stick around for that? All right when we come back once again, the police are being criticized for doing their job, which is protecting us from bad guys. You're not gonna believe what the anti police. Progressives are up to Nowlin plus your chance to win a thousand bucks is coming up at eight oh, five seven ten W O R. Now, let's.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"That he was interviewing for the job tonight at the white house the president's lawyers remain mom leaving it to the president alone to deny the story but the new york times reports there's one person who's known about it for months robert muller himself so let's get to john carr with us live from the white house and johnson i democrats in congress are pushing for legislation that would prevent the president from firing the special counsel and this evening we're learning that even a leading republican the chairman of the senate judiciary committee says he's open to it the judiciary chairman republicans chuck grassley i did say that any he also said the president in everyone else ought to let muller do his job and get through this investigation but wall grassley said he is open to this bill or a bill protecting muller he also said he is encouraged that the president appears to be fully cooperating with the special counsel right john carr leading us off on a friday night jon thank you we do have one more question on this tonight let's get right to be see news chief legal analyst dan abrams who is with us here and when you hear the president moving to fire the special counsel dan how significant is this look if it's determined that the purpose of it was to end the investigation that could be a piece in a possible obstruction of justice case 'cause remember the intent is what matters there but it's also important to remember how much of a bigger deal it would have been to fire robert muller than to fire james colmey james comey as the head of the fbi effectively works for the president this special counsel supposed to be independent there is a specific process that has to occur before the special counsel could be fired and it involves the attorney general and not the president firing him kidnap had this gone through it would have been much bigger than komazec dan abrams with us tonight dan thank you we do have a lot of other news developing this friday night first the deadly flew and the new and alarming numbers coming in from the cdc tonight among the worst flu season in a decade and it hasn't peaked yet thirty nine states now reporting high flew activities seven more children lost last week alone.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"That's basically what dickinson we're going to come up with dhaka we're going to dhaka and then we can start immediately on the face to which would be comprehensive review i would like i would like you need to be clear though i i think what's center feinstein's asking here when we talk about just daca we don't want to be back here two years later you have to have security as the secretary would tell you i think that's what you said other times the president seemed to insist the deal must include his border wall as there any agreement without the wall to wash through have you need it was relieved the wall i've been a she gets wonderful i'd love not to build the wall but you need the world the president also seemed to push for comprehensive immigration reform something most conservatives and trump supporters have been dead set against for years i'll take all the heat you want to give me and i'll take the oath the democrats and republicans my whole life has been he keep in a certain way some of the republicans in the room asked the president to clarify where he stands you have created a opportunity to hear mr president and you need a close that deal but the president and senate is up to congress to work out the details signalling he wants a deal even if it's not a perfect one if they come to me with things that i'm not in love with i'm going to do it because i respect that i will be signing so let's get to john carr live in washington john you spend years covering the white house you were in that room what's the white house trying to.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"A few minutes later the white house abruptly cancelled a planned photo op with the libyan prime minister of voiding questions altogether the flint indictment cuts close to the president he was the most prominent former national security official advising the trump campaign donald j trump and he played a key role in the transition taking part in president elect trump's classified briefings before his vital role inside the white house but the president's lawyer today sought to downplay flynn's role saying in a statement today michael flynn a former national security advisor at the white house for twenty five days during the trump administration and a former obama administration official entered a guilty plea nothing about the guilty plea or the charge implicates anyone other than mr flynn john carr with us from the white house tonight in john did the white house of any indication his guilty plea was coming downer where they take by surprise with this top officials at the white house the president legal team and the president himself david learned of this when they read it in the news so the news of this indictment and more importantly the news that michael flynn has agreed to cooperate fully came as a surprise today john carr with us tonight john thank you and this evening to question how damaging could this development be for president trump himself we know the michael flynn is now pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about conversations with russian ambassador but many have pointed out don't all incoming presidents and their teams start to reach out to other countries during the transition let's get the danny tonight our chief legal analyst and dan we get it line of the fbi is no good but many people have pointed out that these transition teams often reach out to other governments so what is it about this conversation it's a problem part of it is the timing president obama had just issued sanctions against the russians from meddling in the election then you're flynn effectively calling the russians and saying please don't retaliate and.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We have massive amounts of food but they have to distribute the food and they have to do this they have to distribute the food to the people of the island so what we've done is we know actually have military distributing food something that really they shouldn't have to be doing and on the investigation into russian meddling in possible collusion the president signalled he won't pull the plug on the special prosecutor considering firing now john carr with us live from the white house tonight at and john something else the president said today getting a lot of attention at this hour he said that unlike some of his predecessors he actually calls the families of fallen troops here's what the president said the traditional way of you look at uh president obama and other presidents the most of them did make goals a lot of them didn't make calls i like to call when it's appropriate when i think i am able to do it they have made the ultimate sacrifice so generally i would say that i like to call so john tonight three former presidents teams are responding now all three four of the last three presidents have said that the president went too far and what he said today and aides of president clinton said that president clinton did place calls to the fallen a spokesperson for george w bush said president bush wrote all the families of the fallen called or met privately with hundreds if not thousands as for president obama spokesperson for him said that president obama engage the families of the fallen in wounded warriors through out his presidency through calls letters visits to section sixty at arlington visits to walter reed visits to dover and ray your meeting with gold star families at the white house that across the country the spokesperson for president obama david said that the president trump's words today we're on a quiver glee wrong.

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"john carr" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on Nightline

"And people should look into and on twitter he seemed to make a threat with all the fake news coming out of nbc and the networks at what point is it appropriate to challenge their licence bad for contrary john carr with us live from the white house of john aside from the headline involving the us nuclear arsenal there's also other major news out of the white house tonight the president announcing his pick to replace john kelly as secretary of homeland security the white house has announced that the president will nominate kerstin nielsen to be the new secretary of homeland security she is somebody who knows kelly quite well she served as his chief of staff over at the department of homeland security and is currently the principal deputy chief of staff here at the white house david giancarlo our thanks to you meanwhile the president is in harrisburg pennsylvania tonight talking about his proposed tax plan and making some new promises about how much middle class families which save under the plan to let's get right to cecilia vega she's traveling with the president tonight celia hey david good evening to you president trump says the typical american family will save four thousand dollars a pay raise he is calling us and that's because he's claiming that this will come from cuts to the corporate tax rate but this is a tax reform plan got to say with few details right now some expert that have been looking over this plant say it's actually the top 1 percent of income earners who will earn and win the most out of this this plan and they will add trillions to the federal deficit but you know this is the administration's top priority david they are out here pushing hard now president trump has to convince congress because it's not just democrats who are skeptics david their republican skeptics too all right cecilia vega with us tonight as well sicilia thank you at next tonight ten young men under arrest in the suspected hazing death of a college student in louisiana the lsu freshman died after attending a fraternity pledge event called bible study here's abc's stevenson saami.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And people should look into and on twitter he seemed to make a threat with all the fake news coming out of nbc and the networks at what point is it appropriate to challenge their licence bad for contrary john carr with us live from the white house of john aside from the headline involving the us nuclear arsenal there's also other major news out of the white house tonight the president announcing his pick to replace john kelly as secretary of homeland security the white house has announced that the president will nominate kerstin nielsen to be the new secretary of homeland security she is somebody who knows kelly quite well she served as his chief of staff over at the department of homeland security and is currently the principal deputy chief of staff here at the white house david giancarlo our thanks to you meanwhile the president is in harrisburg pennsylvania tonight talking about his proposed tax plan and making some new promises about how much middle class families which save under the plan to let's get right to cecilia vega she's traveling with the president tonight celia hey david good evening to you president trump says the typical american family will save four thousand dollars a pay raise he is calling us and that's because he's claiming that this will come from cuts to the corporate tax rate but this is a tax reform plan got to say with few details right now some expert that have been looking over this plant say it's actually the top 1 percent of income earners who will earn and win the most out of this this plan and they will add trillions to the federal deficit but you know this is the administration's top priority david they are out here pushing hard now president trump has to convince congress because it's not just democrats who are skeptics david their republican skeptics too all right cecilia vega with us tonight as well sicilia thank you at next tonight ten young men under arrest in the suspected hazing death of a college student in louisiana the lsu freshman died after attending a fraternity pledge event called bible study here's abc's stevenson saami.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Nor particularly smart as a secretary of state president certainly never implied that the secretary of state was not an incredibly intelligent he made a joke and nothing more than that the white house insists the relationship is fine but that's not what they're saying about republican senator bob corker who infuriated the president by saying this to the new york times i bet you know that when the failing new york times set little bob corker up by recording his conversation the president tweeted today was made to sound a fool and that's what i am dealing with but we're now learning it was in fact corker who asked the new york times to record the interview then tonight two republican senators the only to so far have come forward to criticize corker a defend the president david both of those senators are up for reelection john carr alive in washington jon thank you return next here tonight to that new time line in the las vegas attack the sheriff now revealing that the gunman shot the security guard outside his door at least six minutes before he began to fire on concertgoers not after the massacre as first thought here's abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross to them the timing of what happened in this hotel hallway is crucial and tonight federal agents say the fbi has known for several days that the las vegas sheriff had provided inaccurate information at first the sheriff's office said stephen petix concert rampage was brought to an end when a security guard showed up on the thirty second floor to check on a door alarm after the shooting had already begun tadic fired on him through to june relieved that he was shooting into the crowd and then the security officer was shot during that with it but that was wrong police now concede that security guard hayes whose campos called report he had been shot at least six minutes before the rampage began.

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"john carr" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Where the movie could be benefited from viewers going and cold okay that was wrong about and i applaud as stumbled over a little bit over um the terminator is one of the biggest examples of that and that's something i've used many times it's almost as if the scriptures written for that inciting incidents of you know arnold protecting john conner to be a surprise but of course you cannot sell that movie you cannot have a plot synopsis for that movie without revealing that arnold that the t eight hundred is the good guy right like there's no way to market that movie to people without ruining that so again that let's get this question uh what movies could have benefited for from viewers going blind i guess he's basically asking what films the trailers totally ruined twists and the first two that come to my mind are also terminator films and that would be terminator salvation in terminator genesis terminator salvation and by the way we should probably uh we should probably preface this that we're gonna talk about films and their twists so if you are worried about getting uh spoiled on a twist revealed that was in a trailer uh turnoff now of yes so uh terminator salvation had sam worthington as one of the main characters he's kind of like the eyes and ears of the audience going into this film and it turns out the he is a terminator this is a reveal in the film it's not even a reveal in the first act like it is terminator two it's a reveal much further i believe rate um in this is something that was all win on the marketing but i think even worse than that is terminator genesis that revealed that jason clark who plays john carr conner is a terminator like how cool with that if twist been if they had.

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"john carr" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Role in a film full of bizarre roles but yeah he just no effort to not be british the i mean there weren't even like a lot of very strong new york accent senate rhetoric really makes sense she's cabby sort of sort of sort of bourgnon but this kind of his voice yeah yeah i don't think he was doing a thing debra hilas producer she did a lot of john carr jerzy longtime partner john carpenter she also did the fisher king adventures babysitting uh the dead's the deadzone and clue so she's had a lotta oh credits there was something interesting this movie symbolized their move into being juncker brand debra hills move into being kind of a a big time film like this was their first union film and run is that easily low budget um he added this was director at that yeah and i mean he always sort of this but this was his first rate but he started make do you fills it yes yeah like christine and when i found interesting was the fact that what they did was they wanted to use all the same cruise halloween but none none of them were they're all in indy crews so debra hill signed an exclusive contract with them and then signed a union contract which forced them all into the union oh nice yeah because to be in the union you have to work thirty days on a union film which makes it impossible consecutive days for i don't know is that the rule was to work thirty days on a on a union film is a qualification for being in the union so it's really hard to do that when you're not in the union and so that's how she got around it is that she made herself contractually tied to her crew.

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"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"john carr" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Well david there is bipartisan support in congress for protecting the deemed dreamers paul ryan has come out and said that he supports the program but there is absolutely no guarantee that congress will act their strong opposition from many conservatives and congress has brought this up before and failed to pass any protection for the dreamers all right john carr with us live from the white house on this labor day monday jon thank you which are next to the texas gulf coast tonight officials late today confirming at least sixty deaths now attributed to harvey as many residents now face get a new crisis there are new evacuations in houston as waters released from reservoirs leading some homes underwater and tonight a staggering number here what now for the eighty five percent of homeowners with no flood insurance abc's victory kendo from houston again tonight in west houston today the army corps of engineers starting to ease the flow of water from those swollen reservoirs but it's too late birth thousands of homes in its birth many now underwater very a good feeling another court by sixweek more than a little more than a month eighty five percent of residents accused don't have what insurance homeowners like bill and nina cotton who were flooded by that reservoir near spouse or people who don't have flood insurance and were told you didn't need any because you look they had just hours to evacuate firefighters carrying nato has ninety seven year old mother to safety marvi didn't fled your house the city mehta a calculated.

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