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"john whitley" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Is the dallas morning news. It's monday march fifteenth here. Today's headlines brought to you by state farm like a good neighbor state. Farm is there. Today will be very sunny and warm with a high of eighty. Tonight it will be partly cloudy with a low fifty four. Our top story migrants are being flown from south texas to el paso only to be expelled back to mexico by customs border protection. That's with the dallas morning. News has learned the migrants. Most who are legally seeking asylum are flown to other cities. After crossing the border in the rio grande valley el paso county officials and migrant advocates. Said saturday that they had been told they would receive as many as two hundred and seventy migrants per day in two separate flights from the rio grande valley but instead many migrants are being sent back across the border to sudan horace under title forty to a public health order put in use. During the trump era it allows the government to immediately expel migrants at the border because of the coronavirus pandemic cb bp is not said how many people have been expelled from the us since the flights began last week but the news has learned that at least fifty were expelled to horace on thursday alone in crime news. It's been thirty four years since ben. Spencer went home to his wife. Deborah back then. She didn't own the three bedroom home in cedar hill where her walls are decorated with photos of him in their son. Ben junior she bought the house while he was in prison for eight. Nineteen eighty-seven deadly robbery that he's always said he didn't have anything to do with still. He felt at home when he walked in friday night after a judge released him from the dallas county jail. The judge ruled. His trial was unfair because prosecutors withheld evidence and witnesses lied but spencer's not quite free. The highest criminal court in texas must agree with the judge and dallas. County district attorney. John crews hasn't decided whether to try him again. There's no dna or fingerprint evidence but prosecutors and state judge lee. Lamaze aren't ready to say spencer is innocent. Spencer's defense team is also still fighting to prove it in vaccines. Dallas county's covid nineteen vaccine fair. Park site won the approval of acting army secretary. John whitley on friday. This comes as the federal mission to inoculate of people. Day at the site enters. Its second phase the site jointly operated by the us military federal emergency management agency and dallas county. Health department is expected to begin offering booster shots next week to nearly ninety thousand people who previously received their first dose of the vaccine. Whitley said this is a model of what our country is about and finally student enrollment is down at universities and colleges across the country as the coronavirus continues to disrupt plants according to the national student. Clearinghouse post-secondary enrollments declined two point five percent in the fall of twenty twenty almost twice the rate of enrollment decline in two thousand nineteen undergraduate. Enrollment was the primary cause for the decline decreasing by three point. Six percent from two thousand nineteen texas university enrollment declined similarly at about three percent but public two year colleges were hit the hardest with nearly an eight percent drop that's according to the texas higher education coordinating board but now a new initiative called future focused texas wants to stop declining enrollment by taking a personal look at the needs of seniors and college students as well as their counselors and mentors through a public private collaborative that supplies resources and leverages innovative tools. Thanks for listening.

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"john whitley" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

07:46 min | 6 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Years in crash. One home gosh. Wow people's eight this is not weimar. It's not zimbabwe and it's not yet do we you know it wasn't weimar until by point like oh my gosh and it's too late any idea when it becomes too late. I mean we are headed and correct me. If i'm wrong. We're headed for zimbabwe or a or a weimar. If we don't stop this at some point right. The trends are absolutely unsustainable. I mean in total The congressional budget office proposed two hundred and four trillion dollars in deficits over the next thirty years even before the recession even with low interest rates hundred four trillion over thirty years. You know you add in interest interesting crease. You add in what we're going through right now. You could be up to one hundred fifty trillion over thirty years. He's numbers are so big. It sounds like monopoly money and will be believe money at some point. The system can't hold it up and that could be in five years seven years years a lot of it really depends on the bond market it to the extent that the bond market is lending washington money at some point. They're going to say we're gonna stop lending you we don't think you're good for this. This is ridiculous and you're going to have to pay us twice. As high of interest rates to compensate for the risk at that point you get into this vicious circle where washington has to pay higher interest rates in order to attract lenders which only makes borrowing more which makes them even more nervous which requires even higher interest rates that point. I think what happens is washington says. Okay forget finding lenders. Just gonna use the printing press. And that's when you start looking like germany when we didn't we already kind of hit this in some ways. I mean i think it was over last summer or the summer before we offered bonds and nobody took them in the feds started buying them y- short-term we're facing that right now because with deficits three point three trillion dollars last year could be even bigger this year. There just isn't enough. People buying bonds to pay for that as a matter of fact the number of borrowing. We're getting internationally. New borrowing has been pretty much zero China and japan have not been buying our bonds at all and domestically there just isn't enough savers in order to pay for all this so right now. We're facing you know the printing press running it because we can't. We can't find three to four trillion dollars a year for domestic people to lend to us now. Hopefully as the recession ends the deficit goes down to only one or two trillion dollars a year. I only in air quotes. That'll be a little bit easier to finance but but it's not sustainable term to keep borrowing one to three trillion dollars a year. Have you seen what's happening in davos with a great reset trying. I'm everybody's carrying such a heavy load. Yesterday they said all we need is fifty trillion dollars and we can. We can do all these things fifty trillion. That sounds like we're politics are right now. You know a couple of years ago. i i wrote an article that said the democrats proposals would cost forty two trillion over ten years and people thought i was crazy to use number that big. No one would ever propose that and now these numbers are old hat you know. Green new deal Medicare for all all of this stuff. We were hearing fifty hundred trillion dollars thrown around like they're nothing. Thank you so much brian to have you on again. But i need to take some medicine here before i talked to again. Brian thank you so much. I appreciate it. We'll talk again. I i would like to go in a little further on what it means when the dollar starts to lose its value and and who really gets hurt. It's the people who always played by the rules and people who have their money in a savings bank. All right brian thank you so much. Appreciate it better than anybody i swear. He's great. follow on twitter at brian. Underscore riedel believe it is our i e de l. Great place to go. Because he's got this stuff and he's been saying the whole time he was saying it every president going back even through the trump through trump although all time now a lot of conservatives having focused on the budget here and the debt for awhile hopefully that's going to return here with biden is president. 'cause it's freely important that is i mean that is the one good thing about the biden administration is at least conservatives will start paying attention to the dead again. Some people find their faith. Yeah John lives in kansas. Few years ago back injury made it so he was living every single day in pain. He tried a number of different things to try to make it go away or at least dole at the. Nothing really worked. Fortunately john listens to the radio even more. fortunately he has good taste in radio shows. Hello john he heard a certain velvety voice. Talk radio guy. Talking about relief factor. John was like anna nov. I believe this clown wait. A minute was by the by the point that he heard me talk about. He was living with back pain For years and he had aids leaves it the point of give anything a try so he ordered the three week quickstart well. That radio man turned out to be right because he writes within a few weeks. I felt better That i have not only in years. But i i felt better than i had before my injury. He got his life back to. It's not a drug is developed by doctors and seventy percent of the people who try it for three weeks go on or more because it works for them order the three week quickstart in see if it works for you. Nineteen ninety five is the three week trial pack. You can get it at relief. Factor dot com relief factor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. It's relief factor dot com. So they're keeping the national guard in washington. Dc and nobody will explain why Yesterday we asked the army secretary Wh why are the troops still there. They referred the washington examiner to the fbi. The fbi declined to respond now. The acting secretary for the army. John whitley told reporters yesterday in a conference. Call that what i can tell you is in terms of what the fbi is briefing us. Is that there are several upcoming events that we need to be here for When pushed on it he said we don't engage in intelligence work ourselves. We rely on federal partners and particularly the f. b. i. to provide that information after the january six capital riot intelligence failures by law enforcement were cited by former trump. Army secretary ryan mccarthy He said You know we. We should have been notified of this and had the troops there they said we don't do domestic intelligence. We don't know it's against the law for us to do this. Whitley said f. b. i. Briefings have indicated that an upcoming unlawful first amendment protected protest could be used by militias actors to incite more violence where posturing our forces to be able.

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"john whitley" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on WTOP

"Area's largest showrooms under one roof since 1955 35. Some House Republicans want to hear from the acting Army Secretary John Whitley about any new threats to the capital, a group of 11 Republican members are asking for the justification for keeping several 1000 National Guard troops here in D. C for through mid March. They also want to know how those troops will be used. Whitley has told reporters that his office has four requests to keep the guard here in the city because of threats against the capital. The Republican lawmakers argue that given all the stress of the past year, the National Guard should only be used as a last resort. The investigation into the attack on the Capitol is growing. The FBI and the Justice Department and L focused on whether the people who took part in that riot are connected. Did militia groups organized and come to Washington to engage in the riot and attack at the Capitol? That's one of the key questions the acting U. S attorney and the assistant director in charge of the Washington Field Office of the FBI. Are looking into 150 federal cases they're open and more than 400. People are being investigated at one of the points. They made very clear they will spare no resource or expense to bring those who engaged in the riot to justice. That's wt. O p national security correspondent J. J Green, newly sworn in Secretary of State Antony Blinken is talking to his State Department employees for the first time, and he says people across the world are watching the U. S. They want to see whether we will lead with the power of our example. It will put a premium on diplomacy with our allies and partners to meet the great challenges of our time, like the pandemic climate change the economic crisis. Threats.

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"john whitley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street Time to bring in Michael Bar for a check of what's going on in New York and around the world. Michael. Thank you very much. Nathan. New York has seen signs of a possible turn around in the fight against Cove. It Statewide hospitalizations. Air flattening the number of new infections has dropped steadily over the past two weeks. Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is lifting a ban on elective surgeries at some hospitals in western New York. He said he plans to announce other changes soon to the states go over 19 restrictions in several parts of the state. This is unsustainable the situation that we're in It was never a choice between public health and re opening the economy. You have to do both. But you have to do it intelligently. As for indoor dining re opening in New York City, Cuomo says they are not contemplating any changes. For now, the scarcity of covert 19 vaccines has forced several mega sites to cancel appointments. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says about 600,000 vaccines have been administered since mid December. But the city has the capacity to administer close to that same amount per day were not to be all sore until we get more supply and more fact flexibility when we get back. In the month of February, will be at a half million a week rate. DiBlasio also says the city needs the option to administer the doses that are being withheld for second shots. So that more people can get inoculated. Thousands of National Guard members are going to remain in D. C. Acting Army Secretary John Whitley says troop levels will be whittled down. From currently 15,000 as we continue to work to meet post inauguration requirements, the National Guard has been requested to continue supporting federal law enforcement agencies with about 7000. Personnel for the coming weeks, Woodley says. My next week troop levels will then be drawn down to more than 5000 in Washington, at least through mid March. It was about 25,000 at its peak in the days following the January 6th capital riots. The Supreme Court says it won't take up the case of former Democratic New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who is serving a 6.5 year prison sentence. After being convicted in a corruption case. Silver's original conviction was overturned on appeal, but silver was convicted again in 2018 more federal aid for mass transit is likely to flow into the New York City region. Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer told Public transportation advocates mass transit systems are poised to benefit from Democratic control of Congress and the Biden administration, and that includes unlocking $12 billion to build a new rail tunnel linking New York and New Jersey through the Hudson River. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts more than 100 20 countries, Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg making. Okay, Michael, Thanks Almost 5 36 on.

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"john whitley" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"First the news. What's first, Josh? Due to fears of riots and attempts to disrupt the inauguration of Joe Biden as president. This past week, 25,000 National Guard troops were deployed to the nation's capital to keep the peace Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen, chair of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil liberties expressed real concern that since the National Guard troops were mostly white and male and 80% of white males voted for Trump. They posed a threat to Mr Biden's life. He later retracted his biased statement. Nonetheless, General Daniel Hawkinson, the chief of the National Guard bureau, announced Tuesday that 12 of the deployed troops were removed from the Capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration. In part because of suspected far right extremist ties and inappropriate language. The general said. Quote We've had 12 identified and some of those they're just looking into, adding that their questionable behavior could be completely unrelated to extremist connections. Quote, But we want to make sure out of an abundance of caution that we do the right thing. And quote. As you know this past week was as calm as could be in our nation's capital. I don't believe there was ever the threat of major riots anywhere. But I don't have a problem with taking some precautions. But 2500 Guardsmen in addition to all the law enforcement people Disabled American veterans is warning that any member who was found to have participated in the U. S Capitol riots on January 6th will face expulsion from the one million member veteran service organization. And it's not the only veteran service organization looking to come down hard on these insurrectionists commander Stephen Butch Whitehead said by a Twitter that the riders actions were a disgrace to our national values and must not be tolerated. During the riots. Some Trump supporters battled with Capitol police and hundreds swarmed into the capital. A number of veterans have been identified as taking part one was shot and killed by police. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick died as a result of injuries he sustained while battling the writers. He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. Altogether Six deaths are linked to the capital riot, including a Capitol police officer who died by suicide. D A V statement read quote as veterans who have sacrificed to support and defend the Constitution from all enemies, Foreign and domestic. D A V abhors and rejects that insurrection a lax perpetrated at our capital. We are saddened that any veteran would desecrate our nation's capital and will take immediate action to initiate the removal of any D A V member found guilty of committing illegal acts against our nation. And quote. On Friday In a bipartisan vote, the Senate voted 93 to 2 to confirm retired Army General Lloyd Austin as our new secretary of defense, marking the first time in U. S history that an African American will leave the Pentagon. Also the acting secretary of the Army is John Whitley, The acting secretary of the Navy is Tom Harker, and the acting secretary of the Air Force is John Roth. The Pentagon announced completion of the drawdown of U. S troops in Afghanistan and Iraq ordered by President Trump. But the move comes amid increasing attacks by the Taliban in Afghanistan and the continuing threat posed by ISIS insurgents and Iranian backed militias in Iraq. Then Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller said that the January 15th deadline set by the president for the reduction of our forces from 4500 to 2500 and Afghanistan. And from 3000 to 2500 in Iraq had been met. Miller made no mention of Somalia and U. S. Africa Command did not respond to a query about whether Trump's deadline for the near total withdrawal of the estimated 700 troops in that country had been met. Miller also made no mention of how our withdrawal will affect NATO's non combat forces in Afghanistan. The number of NATO troops, including a U. S contingent now stands at about 11,000. In a January 6th virtual address to Germany's Christian Social Union. NATO general Secretary and Stoltenberg said he would discuss the status of troops and the way ahead in Afghanistan with Biden administration representatives in February at a NATO ministerial meeting. Stoltenberg said that 2021 will be a difficult year for decisions on Afghanistan, adding quote. There are many challenges and many uncertainties. But of course, peace talks are the on Lee Path to peace. Yemen's Iran backed rebels dismissed the US move to designate them as a terrorist organization in the final days of the Trump administration, while a leading aid agency warned that such a designation would deal another devastating blow to the impoverished and wart or nation. The designation announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took effect the day before President elect Joe Biden was inaugurated. Yemen is mired in a disastrous humanitarian crisis with millions of people and wide swaths of the country on the brink of famine as a result of six years of civil war. Pompeo said he was proceeding with the designation of the rebels known as Who, these, along with separate terrorist designations for the three top rebel leaders. At the same time, he pledged the U. S. Would help absorb the impact on aid groups and allow humanitarian assistance to continue to flow into Yemen. We have to call evil, evil and terrorists are evil. That the designation will hurt some innocent people is very unfortunate but not making the designation will permit the terrorists to keep getting lots of aid, which they will use to hurt other people. And.

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"john whitley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"First the news. What's first, Josh? Due to fears of riots and attempts to disrupt the inauguration of Joe Biden as president. This past week, 25,000 National Guard troops were deployed to the nation's capital to keep the peace Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen, chair of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil liberties expressed real concern that since the National Guard troops were mostly white and male and 80% of white males voted for Trump. They posed a threat to Mr Biden's life. He later retracted his biased statement. Nonetheless, General Daniel Hawkinson, the chief of the National Guard bureau, announced Tuesday that 12 of the deployed troops were removed from the Capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration. In part because of suspected far right extremist ties and inappropriate language. The general said. Quote We've had 12 identified and some of those they're just looking into, adding that their questionable behavior could be completely unrelated to extremist connections. Quote, But we want to make sure out of an abundance of caution that we do the right thing. And quote. As you know this past week was as calm as could be in our nation's capital. I don't believe there was ever the threat of major riots anywhere. But I don't have a problem with taking some precautions. But 2500 Guardsmen in addition to all the law enforcement people Disabled American veterans is warning that any member who was found to have participated in the U. S Capitol riots on January 6th will face expulsion from the one million member veteran service organization. And it's not the only veteran service organization looking to come down hard on these insurrectionists commander Stephen Butch Whitehead said by a Twitter that the writers actions were a disgrace to our national values and must not be tolerated. During the riots. Some Trump supporters battled with Capitol police and hundreds swarmed into the capital. A number of veterans have been identified as taking part one was shot and killed by police. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick died as a result of injuries he sustained while battling the writers. He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. Altogether Six deaths are linked to the capital riot, including a Capitol police officer who died by suicide. D A. V statement read quote as veterans who have sacrificed to support and defend the Constitution from all enemies, Foreign and domestic. D A V abhors and rejects that insurrection relax perpetrated at our capital. We are saddened that any veteran would desecrate our nation's capital and will take immediate action to initiate the removal of any D A V member found guilty of committing illegal acts against our nation. And quote. On Friday In a bipartisan vote, the Senate voted 93 to 2 to confirm retired Army General Lloyd Austin as our new secretary of defense, marking the first time in U. S history that an African American will leave the Pentagon. Also the acting secretary of the Army is John Whitley, The acting secretary of the Navy is Tom Harker, and the acting secretary of the Air Force is John Roth. The Pentagon announced completion of the drawdown of U. S troops in Afghanistan and Iraq ordered by President Trump. But the move comes amid increasing attacks by the Taliban in Afghanistan and the continuing threat posed by ISIS insurgents and Iranian backed militias in Iraq. Then acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller said that the January 15th deadline set by the president for the reduction of our forces from 4500 to 2500 and Afghanistan and from 3000 to 2500 in Iraq had been met. Miller made no mention of Somalia and U. S. Africa Command did not respond to a query about whether Trump's deadline for the near total withdrawal of the estimated 700 troops in that country had been met. Miller also made no mention of how our withdrawal will affect NATO's non combat forces in Afghanistan. The number of NATO troops, including a U. S contingent now stands at about 11,000. In a January 6th virtual address to Germany's Christian Social Union. NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg said he would discuss the status of troops and the way ahead in Afghanistan with Biden administration representatives in February at a NATO ministerial meeting. Stoltenberg said that 2021 will be a difficult year for decisions on Afghanistan, adding quote. There are many challenges and many uncertainties. But of course, peace talks are the on Lee Path to peace. Yemen's I ran back to rebels dismissed. The U. S moved to designate them as a terrorist organization in the final days of the Trump administration, while a leading aid agency warned that such a designation would deal another devastating blow to the impoverished and wart or nation. The designation announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took effect the day before President elect Joe Biden was inaugurated. Yemen is mired in a disastrous humanitarian crisis with millions of people and wide swaths of the country on the brink of famine as a result of six years of civil war. Pompeo said he was proceeding with the designation of the rebels known as Who, these, along with separate terrorist designations for the three top rebel leaders. At the same time, he pledged the U. S. Would help absorb the impact on aid groups and allow humanitarian assistance to continue to flow into Yemen. We have to call evil, evil and terrorists are evil. That the designation will hurt some innocent people is very unfortunate but not making the designation will permit the terrorists to keep getting lots of aid, which they will use to hurt other people. And that's the news..

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"john whitley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"john whitley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Were on a list with other barbecue folks from all over the country. And our friend John Whitley is great at the smoker and the ribs and that is really an honor for him To get that out depended that restaurants have had two made make now too with not only taken go but also food trucks popping up. It's they had been be so innovative, Teo, you know, just stay alive. I would challenge anybody. If you think about from a business perspective of that, you know, this is your business model. And this is your business plan. And then the government tells you that you have to shut down. OK, so that happened to a lot of us. Then you're trying to figure out like how you could bring your workers back to it remotely. Well, the restaurant thing They have had to reinvent themselves, not just once, not just twice, but multiple times. As this thing has moved from fully being closed, Tio probably doing curbside. To welcoming some diners in but not necessarily enough to make any money. So you're still doing curbside, which is in a lot of places like a completely different restaurant model yet then patio, So if you didn't have a patio, you had to build one or find one or Yes, it's lots. Yes, it's so amazing and inspiring some of the stories of how people are still Kicking it and just trying to hang on. Until we get past this virus situation a lot. It is a lot. Did you hear that? The Hilton in downtown Ah, Time square, New York City. There's a Hilton there. That's kind of an iconic hill closing. Oh, my gosh, I've heard so many things. I listened to a podcast with a couple of comedians who Are both in New York and you know they're talking about how there's all these places that are closing and how some people are saying that it's just going to totally change New York crime is going to come back to those areas because you don't have a You know, you've gotta Claire's jewelry store that was able to stay open, but then the mom and pop place next to it had to close and they're all boarded up yet, and they're afraid that it's just going to go back to what it was before. They sort of cleaned up. It's a It's a good thought you you don't realise until you drive down Hennepin Avenue in downtown Minneapolis, which is a full of construction, but You just when you don't have people in a bustling metropolis, you start to notice. Ah, lot of things that aren't attractive. Yeah, Graffiti. Ah, people that maybe are lurking around in areas where they shouldn't be. It's still in there. It's a good question. Good question today. And so while you were gone down there was an article that came out Jerry Seinfeld got involved, too, because he was really upset by it. But basically that New York City is dead forever. Oh, God, I think that it's ever going to recover Corona virus and you know the economic issues that have happened. I don't want Teo that I don't I don't either that because you know this that that was founded on A bunch of different cultures and people coming together. You know, America brilliant. 100% like when you not to talk about gangs in New York is like a positive movie Bile. But I love that movie. Yeah, really showing the timeframe of what it was like when immigrants came to this country and they came through Ellis Island and the ingenuity and a lot of it started in food, right? Right. It is ironic. Yeah, The only problem I see is that I think the properties and the you know those those little store fronts are going to be bought up by The wealthy. And so the small business owners aren't going to be owning those you know, Thea, the 1% relation better off than ever, and the rest of us it up all the properties. Yeah, the big difference Now that hasn't happened. But that has happened, Cyclically And if you look historically You can find some bright spots in you can't one thing you can't kill is the human spirit Exactly And you'll find a way people will be resilient. People will be smart people will find new ways to do things. That is the America that I see every day, and I particularly see it in the restaurant industry and pivot yeah, and communities that are coming together to try to figure out How to make a living. How Tio create jobs, how to create wealth. That is the part that gives me hope when some of those feels just like a right and the arts, too, like I know we are having unprecedented amount of artists that are not being able to practice their art museums have been closed. Live music venues have been closed theatres have been closed. Gosh, I vividly remember my last theater experience was at the Guthrie on the woman behind me. Was coughing the entire time. Oh, no. And it was I was with some friends who really thought I was a nut because I was like I might have to, like, move my seat because I just this woman coughing. I can hardly deal with it on beyond being distracting. I was like I knew there was a pandemic because he was probably worry and I knew what was happening in China's and I'm pandemic prepared unaware ATT all times. So I was like, Ah, and they were just like you are crazy, Hansen. I'm like, I know I'm crazy, but I really I gotta move. And that was my last time in like a public theatre setting. Wow. And that was like I want to say the second week of January. Maybe. Did you move? Oh, yes. Yes, it was. Did your friends move? No need. They just were like crazy Hanson. She has to sit in the front row in a movie theater. You know, they know they know what they're getting with this pretty package. Well as far as food goes and like the fair, I'm if there's a Facebook group that's called fair food, find her. It's fantastic rights got like over 150,000 people and what you confined. There is all of these people that have state Fair foods or our face stiff for state fair vendors. Not all of them actually vented our state fair but the similar kinds of foods and you can figure out where they are every weekend on this Facebook page. Yeah, Also, there's an APP in L. A. It's called food finder dot AP And it's the fair food, find her and you can look pull up the twin cities right here and you can find where all the food trucks are. So maybe that's something people can do this holiday weekend. I love it because it will follow the food trucks. You kind of do have to be on Twitter because that's really where they follow instagram doing into right outside the fare. On Snelling. And what is that Lar Bender? They have that lemonade stand, and every time I've gone by there, it's there's a lot. There's a long line. How so? That's great. I mean, at least like, Yeah, they're Yeah, there's a place in Maplewood to like. I don't know what street it is, but there were there's like 12 of these fair type concessions that are all grouped together..

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"john whitley" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"It feel to have both trump and Biden tweet about you and your reporting with the added bonus that you are neither pandemic nor the Postal Service? I was pretty much in shock I, the tweet, and then the trump tweet, which was even more shocking I. Think there's a difference between trump talking about your story versus talking about you the reporter and and I only wonder what nickname he would have come up with for Laura and I I, cover healthcare. I've worked on some big stories I don't think it's the first time that Democratic candidates or the president have shared those stories on social media, but I was bracing for the president to call the story fake news. This was the first time the president confirmed are reporting and I honestly didn't know what to do after that. It's kind of funny because. The Pentagon press office initially called our story fake news they said it was inaccurate. which was false. So then to have the president turnaround and confirm the story. Was needless to say unusual Laura do you think we should have given the president a byline? So the story we're talking about. That you both broke together on how the Defense Department was considering slashing military healthcare by more than two billion dollars which some officials told you would effectively got the Pentagon's health care system, and this is in the middle of a global pandemic. How did you two break this story? So back in the spring, I was hearing rumblings from some of the people that I talked to about changes over the defense world specifically plans under the trump administration to cut the military health budget I do not normally cover the Pentagon the military these were just casual conversations nothing imminent. But one of the officials I was told WHO's involved in this effort a guy named John Whitley who's heading up some strategy and analysis work at the Pentagon. He was up for a confirmation hearing just a few weeks ago Midi will. Come to order. The committee meets to consider the nominations and Dr John Lee to be director. Cost Assessment and program evaluation. The president tapped him to be the full time director of this key strategy office Dr Whitley at the beginning of this administration that Senate confirmed you to be this secretary of the army for Peninsula and management controller. You have a long line of accomplishments in that field and when he went in to testify, that's when I started getting pushback from what are the people that had reached out to me to say, this is a guy who really. Is Determined to cut back some of the health spending in the military is to Whitley. Let me move over to you real quick I'd like to discuss base your perspectives on the ongoing transformation of the military health system, which is an issue I know you've testified to. Congress in a few hearings, already, the trump administration was exploring the possibility of pretty serious cuts. I do not cover the Defense Department and a lot of this was outside of the Rome of of what? I usually track in DC. So that's when I reached out to Laura who is embedded in the Pentagon who is covering this kind of issue day in and day out. So after Dan reached out to me I reached out to a my own sources who I've been talking to for several months, not specifically about military healthcare cuts. But about this process of the Pentagon looking for savings and looking to cut costs and actually I had a source that had long been talking. To me about how this Organization Cape Within Dod, which provides budget nalysts had been taking an axe to many different programs and how the process was very goal oriented and driven by getting to a specific number of cuts in not necessarily taking care to look you know agency by agency, what line item was being cut. So some of my sources were concerned about this to end. So I was able to confirm Dan's tip when Dan reaches out to you with something like this. Is, it surprising to see that the Pentagon is considering slashing this funding healthcare. I think that as Dan said, there has been an effort dating back to the spring, but even before that to cut military healthcare and it actually didn't initially originate with the Pentagon Congress a couple of years ago mandated and overhaul of the military health system. In order to find some cost savings may be some efficiencies better ways to do things within the military health care because it is a very complex system. But I think that the fact that the trump administration in particular is trying to now cut military healthcare in ways that me really imperil the combat medical readiness of our forests. I think is not surprising as as the administration has shown that it is willing to cut corners in order to play voters an order to get some of these cost savings that. They think they can put toward different priorities such as modernizing the force to fight Russia and China, which has been one of their priorities. So I know this isn't this is not surprising to me. So you to break this story after Dan gives you his tip, you confirm it, I get an alert on my phone I'm sure tons of other people do. What happens next? What happened next is I got some very angry calls from the Pentagon. That was not fun after that the number of responses that flooded in from lawmakers to veterans, advocacy groups to the former vice president, just decrying the potential gutting of the military healthcare system, and that was our day all day on Sunday and then president trump himself and up weighing in on your story, right? That's right..

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"john whitley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Do those things and their lasting more days than not been that's when it becomes a clinical condition and you need to seek help let me talk to you about the vulnerability of the groups including women including people of color including the elderly right who have been more impacted by this virus particularly the last two groups than others are they at extra risk at this time this is a crisis on top of a crisis when you're looking at mental health conditions and so we need a couple of the groups that you mention it's TV's are already at risk we know the data shows us the science shows us that women experience mental health conditions particularly mood disorders like depression and anxiety at higher rates than men that's significantly higher but higher rates and then you talk about the elderly so our elderly experience mental health conditions not uncommonly like the most common mental health conditions anxiety and depression and then they also have issues related to where they are on the H. spectrum such as dimension dementia related mental health conditions I think that in the age of homemade one thing that's been brought to light is that our communities that are particularly vulnerable like our arm our healthcare workers are now on the front lines and they need to be included in this group as to really looking at am I at risk or am I experiencing because of my res increased rates of anxiety and depression and then people of color for a lot of different reasons people of color are often underrepresented in mental health conditions regarding treatment but we are particularly at risk because of the many factors that we have to deal with on a day to day basis and these are all people well maybe not so much the healthcare workers except for the level of ours are working but these are people that often have challenges in saying okay I need some help with this that's correct that's correct because you know when we look at women were often the ones who are taking care of parenting on the front line with parenting responsibilities many of us are working outside of the homes many of us just wear so many hats that we don't take time to take care of our mental health this same thing though with our elderly you know we may not even you know this may is mental health awareness month and so elderly may not even be aware you know that they are experiencing depression sadness clinical depression how long stagnant increase anxiety and then people of color because the access barriers and the stigma often associated in particular communities regarding mental health we are often all those groups are often under represented when we talk about treatment but we do experience the same amount is regarding the rate at reaping increased rates of some of these very common mental health conditions like anxiety and depression which are very very treatable that's Dr Carlin Barnes co author of the book understanding mental illness that's it for the weekend roundup thanks for listening we want to get your feedback send us your thoughts and story ideas to weekend roundup at CBS news dot com as always you can find the program online on apple podcast Google play Spotify and stitcher the weekend roundup is produced at the CBS news Washington bureau John Whitley is a technical supervisor have a great week I'm Alison deans CBS right it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high.

"john whitley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Us on apple podcast Google place deterrence Spotify the urine roundup is produced at the C. B. S. news Washington bureau John Whitley is the technical supervisor I'm Steve Dorsey CBS news news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather and the K. F. I'm calling upon from ABC news Michelle Franzen in Baghdad U. S. troops fired tear gas on day two of escalations at the U. S. embassy pushing back hundreds of Iran backed militiamen and other protesters who set fire to the roof of a reception area inside the compound in response the Pentagon ordering additional troops deployed to the Middle East more than a hundred marines have already arrived to reinforce security at the US embassy in Baghdad two American Apache helicopters flying overhead and firing flares in a warning to protesters defense secretary mark asper now announcing in a statement an infantry battalion of about seven hundred and fifty soldiers has been authorized to deployed to the Middle East immediately after hundreds of protesters attempted to storm the embassy on Tuesday in as like a terror ABC news Washington new laws take effect around the country today including in Illinois where recreational pot is now legal that created long lines at the state's dozens of dispensaries early new year's day morning ABC's Ryan borough talking with customers outside one pot shop in Chicago ready aim to make their first purchases are you know what you're gonna buy.

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"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"If you're not near radio listen to us any time more also on apple podcast Google play stitcher and Spotify they year ran around up is produced at the C. B. S. news Washington bureau John Whitley is that technical supervisor in nine Steve Dorsey news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather BG Sacramento and we can get them calling upon and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK there could be eight more cases all the way against Harvey Weinstein out of Los Angeles the news comes just as the sexual assault trial against the disgraced movie producer set to start in New York next month to ports parts been arrested in Chico Christmas week or try to gray from deputies flipping their car they were okay the Butte county sheriff promising two suspects over one hundred packages from thirty seven different addresses along with the collection of methamphetamine and president trump's taking on a homeless crisis in California running on social media over the Christmas holiday the governor Gavin this was done a really bad job taking care of the homeless population if you can't fix the problem the federal government will step in report on Friday on the part of housing and urban development sure the nation wide hole was numbers row by fifteen thousand but in California it was twenty one thousand an increase of sixteen percent the last year that's the news on Jack Cronin.

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"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"john whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Bureau John Whitley is the technical supervisor I'm Steve Dorsey CBS news news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather BG Sacramento and I'm calling upon and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK two porch pirates been arrested in Chico you're on Christmas week flipping their car try to get away from deputies the Buchanan sheriff's department says the two suspects over one hundred packages from thirty seven different addresses all of methamphetamine president trump sticky on the homeless crisis in California running on social media over Christmas the governor Gavin Newsom is a really bad job taking care of the homeless population in California if we can't fix the problem the federal government will get involved report from hut on Friday showed the nation wide hole was numbers were up by fifteen thousand twenty nineteen but the major increase came from California twenty one thousand more people living on the streets increase of sixteen percent and the could be eight more cases against disgrace movie producer Harvey Weinstein of Los Angeles county DA is reviewing the potential cases now that's the news object Cronin a good afternoon to you the ride greed belong in Dixon west brown R. ET slam between one thirteen after Dixon Avenue there are no Jane restrictions on highways eighty fifty eighty nine or highway four for minor both directions find AT the dollars summit rest area.

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"john whitley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"john whitley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Spent half my life in the Gulf Oman, in and out of that straighter removes many, many times, this is a difficult challenging set of circumstances. We are on a collision course on worry, and President Trump says, Iran did it. Well, Ron and you know, they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode probably got sensually Iran written all over it. And you saw the vote at nighttime to take the mind often successfully took the mind off the boat removal was caught on video by the US as Bainbridge which was dispatched to the area after the tankers were attacked today as flag day. And it's also President Trump, seventy third birthday, happy birthday. Mr President, also White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving soon. I couldn't be prouder to have had the opportunity to serve my country, and particularly to work for this president that was during a White House event yesterday where President Trump said Sanders has done a great job, and we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. President Trump has not yet named a replacement for Sarah. Could be centers, and as one reporter sarcastically pointed out, Mick Mulvaney, is currently the director of office management budget acting White House chief of staff and acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau. So maybe he can do it. Mike. Bauer NBC News Radio. What are Republican calls in a story day, a democrat calls a waste of time today, you know, glues accounts governor onto Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. State, Senator Joe Grutter sponsored the Bill that makes it a legal for cities to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. John Whitley's democratic state committee man for Okaloosa county and he tells the daily news, the Bill is just a dog whistle to the Republican base. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T, L girl, accidentally set herself on fire and Broward County last night inside a home in Fort Lauderdale, firefighters believed. The girl used a lighter set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, then dropped the bottle. She suffered second degree burns to thirty percent of her body and is in the mine. Emme burns center speaker of the house is highlighting what she calls. A graveyard of bills being buried by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell leader McConnell seems to take great pride in calling himself, the grim reaper. It's part of his political campaign. It's part of the price. You'd takes his leader of the Senate Pelosi pointed to more than a dozen bills approved by Democrats in the house that the grim reaper is sitting on proud county man could be the next fashion superstar wilt manner Sebastian gray on Bravo's project runway last night. And the raptors won the NBA championship last night. And Justin Rose is alone atop the leaderboard after the first round of the US, open Tiger Woods is one under your next update and a half hour. I'm caring her to stay connected with us any time. Eight fifty Wf, tail dot com..

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"john whitley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"john whitley" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Spent half my life in the Gulf Oman, in and out of that straight, or removes many, many times, this is a difficult challenging set of circumstances. We are on a collision course on worry. And President Trump says Iran did it. Well, Iran did do it. And you know they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode and probably got essentially Iran written all over it. And you saw the vote at night, trying to take to mine off, and successfully to mine off the boat removal was caught on video by the US as Bainbridge which was dispatched to the area after the tankers were attacked today as flag day and it's also president from seventy third birthday, happy birthday. Mr President, also White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving soon. I couldn't be prouder to had the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this president, that was during the White House event yesterday where President Trump said Sanders has done a great job, and we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. President Trump has not yet named a replacement for Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and as one reporter sarcastically pointed out, Mick Mulvaney, is currently the director of office management and budget acting White House chief of staff and acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau. So maybe he can do. Mike Bauer and easy NewsRadio. What are Republican calls in a store day democrat calls a waste of time today? Glues accounting governor, Rhonda, Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. State, Senator Joe Grutter sponsored the Bill that makes it a legal for cities to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. John Whitley's democratic state committee man for Okaloosa county and he tells the daily news, the Bill is just a dog whistle to the Republican base. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T, L girl, accidentally set herself on fire and Broward County last night inside a home in Fort Lauderdale, firefighters believed. The girl used a lighter to set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, then drop the bottle. She suffered second degree burns to thirty percent of her body and is in the Miami burns center. Speaker of the house is highlighting what she calls. A graveyard of bills being buried by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell later McConnell seems to take great pride and calling himself, the grim reaper. It's part of this political campaign. It's part of the prize, you taste as leader of the Senate Pelosi pointed to more than a dozen bills approved by Democrats in the house that the grim reaper is sitting on route county man could be the next fashion superstar wilt manner Sebastian gray on Bravo's project runway last night. And the raptors won the NBA championship last night. And Justin Rose is alone atop the leaderboard after the first round of the US, open Tiger Woods is one under your next update and a half hour. I'm caring to stay connected with news, anytime at eight fifty wwl dot com..

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"john whitley" Discussed on GONE

GONE

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"john whitley" Discussed on GONE

"This episode. We're investigating the mysterious disappearance of French inventor, Louis, LA prints, the unknown father of cinema who vanished under suspicious circumstances in eighteen ninety in fact, no trace of lip rinse was ever found even the briefcase. He carried was missing it gets. A specially interesting considering that la- prince was on the verge of releasing what would become one of the most important inventions of the late nineteenth century, the moving picture camera fame and fortune were knocking on the prince's door when he disappeared into thin air. There are four theories about what happened to Louie LA prints on that September train ride. The first theory is that Louis was killed by his brother, Albert, the second is that la- prints fate is owned death and started over with an entirely new life and identity leaving behind everything and everyone he ever. New the third theory. Is that Louie LA prints was killed not by his brother? But by men hired by Connick, inventor, Thomas Edison, and our fourth and final theory is what some refer to as the perfect suicide it postulates that loop rinse took his own life, but not before carefully and meticulously making sure that no trace of him was left to find to understand the theory surrounding his disappearance. We must I go back to Louis life as an inventor and as an individual Louie, LA prince was born on August, twenty eighth eighteen forty one to a French artillery major. His father's close friend was a famed French photographer by the name of Louis Jacques Monda gayer as he grew up. Look prince learned photography from Daguerre and became enamored with the art being exposed if you'll pardon the pun to photography at such a young age. Age kindled an interest in both the creative arts and mechanical sciences as a young adult. Louie? La prince enrolled in Leipzig university in Leipzig, Germany, where he studied fine. Art painting physics and advanced chemistry all of these skills would be influential in his career as an inventor after graduating look prince moved to Leeds in West Yorkshire in the year. Eighteen sixty six he was invited to work with his college friend, John Whitley at a company called Whitley partners.

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"john whitley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"john whitley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The number of dead and injured you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time is one oh two according to a study from real estate brokerage red fin denver ranks sixteenth in finding fresh food within easy walking distance redfin defines fresh food access as having a grocery store or year round farmer's market within a five minute walk now using that measure about twenty percent of denver residents can obtain fresh fruit easily up from seventeen percent in two thousand fourteen the sixteenth ranking is a spot ahead of san jose california and the spot behind detroit new york which has the best access three and four residents are within the five minute walk and the reports author john whitley says other cities where half or more residents had an easy walk to obtain food including include rather philadelphia miami oakland california and chicago after an hour weather delay on friday afternoon the rockies home opener was finally play against the braves voice of the rockies jack corrigan add the first pitch left handed hitting indoor in crt ready to lead it off in the first pitch of the game is inside in the low ball one after a cold damp game at coors field the rockies really never got on track they had homers from story and cargo but ended up losing to the braves eight to three saturday the rockies play again against the braves our coverage starts at five thirty first pitch at six ten and the pet store is offering a five hundred dollar reward to give the stolen puppy back after it was taken from its playpen and stuffed into a bag wednesday a couple can be seen on camera allegedly stealing a twelve we twelve week old yorkie from perfect pets and centennial it's the seventh time a dog has been stolen from the store the previous six have been returned the arapahoe county sheriff's office is investigating the theft next update at one thirty am roger crystal ball koa newsradio eight fifty eight am and ninety four one fm.

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