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Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’
"I might cross a reporting a colleague of the California Rail Yard shooter feared he might go postal You information about the gunman who fatally shot nine co workers at a California rail yard on May 26th has been published, according to the Mercury News, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker. In January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me. If someone was to go postal, it would be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life as deputies moved
"july 2019" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Asked top story. Lawmakers in Washington mark close to an agreement on getting coronavirus relief to Americans. Here's a B C's Katherine folders. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says lawmakers are nearing an agreement on that $900 billion covert relief package could encourage that our Democratic colleagues have now embraced this framework. It's been the right solution. For our country all this time. In a bipartisan bicameral agreement appears to be close it had, McConnell said. Details are still being ironed out, and senators aren't likely to work through the weekend. Katherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington The FDA is meeting today to discuss mode. Ernest Covert vaccine, Dr Anthony Fauci said the FDA could make a decision before the end of the day. The FDA is already hinted that a quick emergency use authorization can be expected. As Indiana reports more than 6000 do covert cases. The state's positivity rate continues to decline. The Health Department reported 6400 new cases and 79 new desk today. Positivity rate continues. A weeklong declined to 12.4%. That's the lowest since early December. The coroner has identified the victims of a double murder in Louisville's Cloverleaf neighborhood. Will Clark has the latest. The Jefferson County coroner's office says 23 year old Tyronn Grant and 26 year old John Johnson are Louisville's latest homicide victims. They were found shot at a home on Gaggle Avenue Wednesday evening, the corner's office saying that both men had multiple gunshot wounds. They were both pronounced dead at the scene. Ln PD says there are no suspects in the incident. If you know anything called the anonymous tip line, 574 L m P D The man who admitted to killing a young central Kentucky mother of four, has learned his prison sentence. David Sparks was sentenced to 50 years for the murder of Savannah Spurlock. The 24 year old disappeared in January. 2019 after leaving a bar in Lexington. Police say sparks killed her. After she was taken back to his home in July. 2019 she was found buried in a shallow grave. At Sparks family's home in rural Garret County. Spurlock's aunt, Lisa Toma, telling reporters that Sparks got it easy. While they've been through a nightmare. He's had a cushy deal this whole time we've had to be very quiet. Do not say something that can be thrown out in court. And.
"july 2019" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Police Officer Nicholas Arden this after on October 20th. He exchanged gunfire with the man He pulled over after that man. Rodney Barnes fired shots at him missing aren't and hitting the patrol vehicle officer arm returned 11 shots for which hit Barnes. Lawrence would later diet You see Medical center Barnes have been wanted by the police for aggravated robbery and having weapons while under disability while awaiting sentencing for those charges. Lastyear Barnes was admitted to the University of Cincinnati Psychiatric Emergency Services unit. Lawrence walks away from the unit and had been wanted by police since July. 2019. Kentucky is now exceeded 100,000 total covered 19 cases since March. At his briefing Wednesday, Governor Bashir announced the day's new cases today we're reporting 1864 new cases of covert 19. We've now not just surpassed 100,000 cases where 101,494 He says. The status seeing a 6.7% positivity rate, there were 14 deaths, bringing Kentucky's covert 19 related death toll. The 1442 927 people are hospitalized. 235 are in the I C U I'm Suzanne Duval Ken County this afternoon, providing its latest early voting numbers. As of today, nearly 24,000 residents have already voted More than 24,000 of Steve Balance have been mailed out with close to 20,000 of the being filled out of returned. Kenton County has mohr than 142,000 registered voters as of October, 5th. They're projecting a turnout of around 80%. This year. The Bangles today training veteran defensive and Carlos Dunlap to the Seattle Seahawks and exchange. Cincinnati gets offensive lineman BJ Finney and the Seahawks seventh round pick in next year's draft. FC Cincinnati playing its final game in different stadiums, and I, currently in the 24th minute they are scoreless against Kansas Sporting Kansas City. Our next update us today. 30. I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700 wlw. And.
Grandfather pleads guilty in toddler's death in cruise ship fall
"Responsible for an Indiana toddler who died in a fall from a cruise ship window has pled guilty to negligent homicide. Ron Connor reports As part of the plea agreement. Salmon Ella will not serve any time in prison for the death of Chloe Weaken. In July, 2019 Anello held 18 month old girl upto what he thought was a glass window, but it was open and she slipped from his grasp. And fell 150 ft. Earlier this year, Anello said he was horribly wrong about their surroundings and that it will always be a constant nightmare every day in every night for the rest of his life. Family is still suing Royal Caribbean over the incident. Rob content 93 WNBC Mobile News
"july 2019" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ellen be health care, they summarily suspended the doctor's medical licenses until they could hold disciplinary hearings for them. Case unfolded over three hearings from March to July. 2019. The first one in March was the disciplinary hearing for LaPaglia is partner, Dr Brooks. Rebecca was there she'd been going to medical board meetings for a year at that point. And I see this guy who is Doing something that actually even I think the physicians on the board find really offensive, which is giving up control of your your pad and to hand it over. Somebody else is really seems pretty unethical. Unethical. Most doctors don't view their Patas as a money maker. These medical board. Disciplinary hearings are technically administrative courts They run kind of like the criminal and civil court systems. But the question there addressing is more pointed It's whether a doctor should be allowed to continue to practice medicine. Dr LaPaglia agreed to testify against Dr Brooks in front of the medical board. The signature on that prescription, says, Charles. Correct that you're sitting through the great Yes. Just to set the stage. The guy asking the questions is Andrew Coffman. He's the prosecuting. Apparently, he works for the Tennessee Department of Health. Ganglia is the one answering his questions while you were partners with Dr Brooks. To your knowledge. Was he aware that you were signing his name? Prescriptions? Yes. What makes you think that he was aware Because sometimes I would run out of pre signed prescriptions. Man has to do what I had to do to take care of the patient. And we've discussed it. When you want to work for With Dr Brooks. Did you believe? That what you were doing was against the law. Doctor. The packet was like, Yeah, I think we probably cut some corners. I think you know mistakes were made. We discussed it and We knew that what we were doing wasn't ideal because we have very little resource is to get started. But we never imagined that we were breaking the law. His general attitude,.
"july 2019" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tennessee Medical Board. And when they found out about Ellen be health care, they summarily suspended the doctor's medical licenses until they could hold disciplinary hearings for them. The case unfolded over three hearings from March to July. 2019. The first one in March was the disciplinary hearing for LaPaglia is partner, Dr Brooks. Rebecca was there she'd been going to medical board meetings for a year at that point. And I see this guy who is doing something that actually even I think the physicians on the board find really offensive, which is giving up control of your your pad. And to hand it over to somebody else's really seems pretty unethical. Most doctors don't view their Patas as a money maker. These medical board. Disciplinary hearings are technically administrative courts They run kind of like the criminal and civil court systems. But the question there addressing is more pointed It's whether a doctor should be allowed to continue to practice medicine. Dr LaPaglia agreed to testify against Dr Brooks in front of the medical board. The signature on that prescription, says Charles. Perhaps correct, correct that you're sitting for the that's my thing. Justice at the stage that I asking the questions is Andrew Coffman. He's the prosecuting. Apparently, he works for the Tennessee Department of Health. Dr. LaPaglia is the one answering his questions while you were partners with Dr Brooks. To your knowledge. Was he aware that you were signing his name? Right professions? Yes. What makes you think that he was aware Because sometimes I would run out of pre sign prescriptions. Man has to do what I had to do to take care of the patient. And we've discussed it. When you went to work for With Soccer Brose. Did you believe? That what you were doing was against the law. Doctor. The packet was like, Yeah, I think we probably cut some corners. I think you know mistakes were made. We discussed it. And we knew that what we were doing wasn't ideal because we have very little resource is to get started. But we never imagined that we were breaking the law..
A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump
"It's here and now Democratic nominee Joe Biden and met with the president of the United Steelworkers yesterday on a whistle stop tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio. Biden is trying to win back union working class voters in the Midwest that helped President Trump win the election in 2016. The president is making the pitch that he's saved American manufacturing, But there are 66,000 fewer manufacturing jobs in Michigan, compared to July 2019 and 48,000 fewer in Ohio. Let's check in with a few union voters. Now Tim Petrovsky is the president of the United Steelworkers. Local 1900, South Lyon, Michigan. Tim. Welcome here now. Thank you. Thanks for having me Joe Biden, clearly making an effort to reach unions and working class voters in this campaign. But do you think he has a chance to get back some of that support that Democrats lost four years ago? I think he has the opportunity. I think it's a tough climb, but I do believe it can happen. Early on 2016 the manufacturing here in Michigan Steel business. It took a pretty good boom. A lot of that was already building but you know, the credit was given that way. You know, one of the things now, obviously, with the mishandling of the Corona virus and everything, a lot of our shops were shut down. The steel is not what it was promised to be the opportunity to speak with Vice President Biden two weeks ago when he was in doing his tour of Detroit, he met with four of us US W workers in one of the things we talked about was the ways to bring manufacturing jobs back to Michigan, he seemed he had a good plan to bring back good paying union jobs, not just jobs. Like it. Our mill we sell Yusa made pipe in our steals bought here in America, and one of the things he promised was to spend government money on products made in America. Right, so if they're going to use steel, they're going to use our steel. But, you know, I remember one of the very early executive orders that President Trump issued was promised to do just that to use US steel in pipelines, for instance, and he's made a big show of supporting the steel industry. Over the years, President Trump has he's slapped tariffs on Chinese steel. He's blamed People like Joe Biden for supporting trade deals like NAFTA. That he says is outsourced American jobs. I mean, what do you make of the argument that President Trump has been good for the American steel industry? Listen, I'm not goingto sit here and say that I don't believe in the beginning that it It was good. You know, it's a released it appeared that way. You know 16 17 even on into 18. The steel was good. I mean, our shop definitely was on optics. We hired 100 people. So we went from 140 ish people, The 2 50. But here we are 2020 in October now And we're down over 100 people. We actually have less people working than we did during that that rise where we're seeing that union leaders are likely to stick with Democrats this election. Just like they did in 2016, But with the rank and file, Tim, what about that? What? You're hearing from the rank and file your coworkers. The guys you work next to Now that's where it's. It's different. Obviously, the higher ups at the U. S W A W Things like that They support Democratic candidates. But there's a lot of people in our shop 20 years ago, this place would have been 95% Democrats. And now it's really split that I'd probably have to say something like 60 40 Republican over Democrat now, So on a lot of that is because of the up flux we had over the last couple of years. They gave that credit there. But now that you know, we're not working as much with the Corona virus or whatever reason. You know they're not willing to associate the blame as well. Right? So it's a really It's a shop divided anymore with the rank and file. I'm curious when you got to work yesterday were people talking about Tuesday's presidential debate. What? What did you hear from folks? Oh, man, it's ah, you know, as the union president at our shop, knowing that our shop is divided I try to avoid the politics conversation honestly at work, but no, it was. It was the big talk. I mean, that that debate was it was something right. I mean, it was Ah. I think it It was not good on believe not good on both sides here at work, even though Trump supporters were not happy with the way he handled himself. And the Biden supporters here were not happy with the lack of message. So, yeah, I mean, it's it's really divided. Tim Petrosky, president of the United Steelworkers, Local 1900 in south Lie in Michigan. Tim, Thanks for taking time out of your day to speak with us. No problem.
"july 2019" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking
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Congo Official Says 2nd Ebola Victim in Goma Has Died
"U N officials tasked with controlling the Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo or Oh d._R._C. have responded to choose as confirmation of a second case of Ebola in Goma a major trading town near the border with neighboring Rwanda which resulted resulted in the death of the patient on Wednesday David Gresley the U._N.. Ebola Emergency Response Coordinator Calling for a strong resilient health system to avoid a resurgence of the disease in D._R._C.. The senior officials stated that there is no evidence that the the second case in Goma is linked to the first confirmed case speaking at a W._H._o.. Press Conference Dokes Michael Ryan the head of the agency's health emergencies emergencies program explain why it was important to investigate when the latest victim became infected establishing when he became sick also allows us is to establish whether he may have been exposed. We triangulate that with his geographic location at that time we have more information whereas potential exposures were will be based on the follow up investigations today that we'll be able to get more precise on this potential exposures but at this point we have no specific information regarding Bullock Ace
News in Brief 29 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.
"july 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"The terrorist Stockham Portland and Asia's clinic which was the first gender identity clinic to be setup in Britain has now been joined by a two others one in lead to one in Bristol and there's another one coming in Birmingham these clinics all see children and young people experiencing distress over their gender identity also known as gender dysphoric well. I just like to sort of associated little bit with somebody could body dismore fake disorder body just more disorder. If someone has a problem with the body the body image we don't normally try to fix it by the use of strong hormonal hormones to you know drastically change the health or by surgically removing healthy bits of their body body just more disorder or body dismore. Fear is a mental health condition where a person spends a lot of their time worrying about the floor in their appearance. These floors are often unnoticeable by others. If you have moderate symptoms of body dismore disorder God you should be offered either C._p._t.. Or A type of antidepressant medicine Korda Selective Serotonin reuptake inhibitor and this is taking the. <hes> N._H._S. website if you have trouble with your body we will help you become more comfortable with it unless it's a situation where we can cut bits of your healthy body off and change your sex <hes> the U._S. Department of Health and Human Services as body just move disorder. We all sometimes worry about how we look but body dismore disorder is a serious illness in which a person is overly worried about the minor or imagined physical flaws but of course gender confusion is absolutely perfectly normal and we should help people with surgery and powerful chemicals rather than trying to help them overcome the distress. They're feeling with the agenda as it or the sex as given birth as it were the clinic see children from a young age experiencing distress over their gender identity also known as gender dismore fear there are more most is between fourteen sixteen going through puberty and more than two thirds of them are female at birth well the female always but female birth as they say here that should concern us that more than two thirds of the people who are who think the how the opposite sex the one they were born with girls what is going on in our societies to so ooh distress girls with being girls and it just clinics do not provide hormone blockers until the child is start puberty cycle b twelve across six months. Only given the children aged sixteen. We could go on our leave their again. You can read this yourself. I just wanted to stress. We really have a real problem. In our society that we should be addressing and I believe the church be addressing biblically. We perhaps in a position where because of what the world's Dumbest sexualizing women they just don't want to be women but the biblical teaching on on on womanhood well it gives a different picture of what a woman should be huge numbers of people children now watching extremely explicit pornography explicit not the right word because this goes beyond explicit. Maybe the women are just saying. I don't WanNa be that sort of victim. Lie Down and take it position. I can't stand the idea that maybe that's where we're at and they just can't stand the idea of in what Matt what's Society says women should be but there were other areas of this it extends from people struggling like this to well the aggressive side of it. A Trans woman has refused was refused to Brazilian wax because she hadn't yet gender hadn't yet had gender reassignment surgery. This is from Pink News. A transgender woman has spoken of being refused to Brazilian wax because she had not yet undergone gone gender reassignment surgery Karen Parkas said she booked wax at a Brazil Luca in Brunswick Australia as a birthday present herself or himself but on reviving the venue when the staff member realized that Parker had not undergone gender reassignment surgery. She refused to wax because she had a penis she said let's get started. I took off my towel and she looked at me in horror. Parker told Buzzfeed News. I really felt humiliated. Well how'd you think the the woman who was supposed to be giving you a Brazilian wax felt when you drop your towel and when exposed your sausage and vegetables Parker explained she has specifically said that she was Chen transgender in booking but nobody had indicated that would be a problem pockets of the wax then went to get a manager who explained that they did not have training on waxing male male genitals so she wasn't just wanting to have perhaps her legs waxed or some of the pubic area watch she was wanting a Brazilian. I don't really know too much about this but very little search online. We'll get your is needing to be sandpapers or something. A Brazilian or sometimes referred a Hollywood is when all the hair is removed including from the Labor and from the bum area as it says in the quota got here basically what this lady were saying was as you must wax my male genitals my peterson scrotum because I think it's a vagina. I'd you should just do it. I don't care if you are untrained. Don't care if you don't want to touch my penis this and genitals well just get over this and so we could go on you can read the linked articles in the show notes. If you want to know more well. She got a thousand U._S.. Dollars in legal aid at one point but it's not just these this one place that she's taken offense at an article here from Vancouver. Sorry Vulcan advocate reads reach by phone on Wednesday. The woman says she complained this complaints. Just one of fifteen she'd filed against Vancouver Salons so she's tried fifteen places and filed complaints against them. Now it's worse than that. She actually tried eighteen places and three of them and accepted Theron said she could go there and have the treatment she was looking for but presumably she kept ringing till she got to well fifteen refusals now you could say maybe she got the fifteen refusal before she got her first acceptance but then why did she ring to more after that and get to more acceptances. How many times can you be waxed? One go it appears appears that she was ringing around and trying to book places so she could get people to either Sou- which appears to be because that's what she's doing or to get herself. I Dunno publicity or get name to make a statement. She was not really wanting just to have a woks now really struggled just even to speak about this to have her genitals. Hey removed moved but she was she went onto the pope where she had fifteen refusals three acceptances where she going with this the same woman is reported by the Daily Mail to have been texting with a fourteen in your older while ago about things like how to use sanitary pads but she has a penis or he has a penis depending on where you what is some with with a penis doing asking a fourteen year old girl about how to West on the tree pads. Is She just a total perv or does she really think she might have a period from her penis. Where's it going furthermore? It gets worse L._G._B._T._Q.. Advocates demaim topless swim session for children aged twelve at up P- parents not allowed the self-described l._G._B._T._Q.. Advocate advocate and Trans Woman has presented a petition to the township of Langley Council also on the need for an l._G._B._T.. All bodies swim wear. No parents are present however the council voted to postpone the her delegation until September permission for the L._G._B._T._Q.. To S plus organization to be allowed to host an all body swim at the township of Langley Civic Poor for all people aged twelve plus where these events will be restricted to l._G._B._T.. Q. Two S Lesbian Gay Bisexual transgender Trans Sexual Into Sexual Queer questioning and to spirited hurt people and individual Sauri individuals will be permitted to be topless at their leisure in compliance with the laws of Canada where parents and caretakers will be prohibited from attending these events as it's considered to be safe to be safe and inclusive and so I've got here and I may we'll get these in the show notes youth or Bodies Swim Swim Invitation for participants privacy and safety parents and or caregivers are not permitted at this event and later on it says I'd also says that it's open to use age twelve to twenty four twelve to twenty four anything below the waste must be covered so effectively topless poor party. Four children aged twelve to adults of twenty four. What is she organizing? It's beyond my understanding. Unfortunately it's been delayed at the moment because there's been an outcry on social media. We are a quick summary. I've had a very busy fortnight. I'm trying to cram a fortnight's news in him. This is just a tiny selection of it and I'm sure it's been presented the rather well less best this week but anyway thank you for being here my real suggestion the real. I._D.'s is to ask you to to look the other side of the story that we're being told when they're telling you that that trump is keeping people in concentration camps well look the other side of the story they were built by Obama. Look at the other side of the story well in <music> all situations where an adult is arrested the children will be separated from that adult for at least the time of the processing of the inquiry into whether or not that person is he's guilty of breaking the law etc look the other side of the story that we're being presented with. We will have a cash shock well. Actually the cash shocked the talking about really two and a half years old. Why are we having a cash what because it makes a great headline because they've got to stir up fear of Brexit? Thank you for being with us. There is another story to this world that teaches well so this will teach you that schools the B._B._C.. The mainstream media will teach world is just the product of chance random selection is no meaning or purpose in your life. There was another side to the story. There was another well. It's not side to the stories. Another story go created you with purpose because he loves you because he wanted to have you to love him. He created you perfect but because of our rebellion the world got messed up we live in a broken and corrupt world now but Jesus came two thousand years ago to begin the process of dealing with that in fact <hes> to to finish the beginning of the process of dealing with that because on the cross before he died it is finished which really meant the price is play. We don't yet have the full fulfillment of that until he returns again and to bring this role to its final conclusion into the judgment of the wicket and to the rewarding of those who are well still keep it of repented who called upon Jesus to forgive them. That's basically the Gospel we will made perfect messed up. Go came to clean us up and we need to cool on him to forgive us. If you want to know more about this well read the Bible. It's all in there but it's a big book. If you WANNA shorter version to start with contact me and ask for a copy of finding sway and I'll gladly email your post you a copy of that. We live in a difficult in four hundred broke world but that's not really a problem because Jesus is here with us and he's going to go through it with us and as we go out into a we're not responsible to to manage it into solve the problems that are out there were hit a live according to God's instructions and to his glory and holding his hands we go through a difficult. 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"july 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Well News trump's racist Terai against the squad. Quad explained says vox trump's attack on not just Omar but the three native born women of color who are often aligned with her in the U._S.. House of Representatives. The volks article says the four members trump is talking about where in the midst of a fight with House leaders overbroad border funding a conflict that just the last. Conflict that's just the last battle in a long going feud between the two sides trump seem to have started weighing in on this subject primarily in hope of intensifying the feud but in in so doing such a clumsy manner as to to be extremely helpful in encouraging Democrats to patch things up in other words there was a split in the Democrats between the moderates audits and the well what the call the progressive side the more left wing side and we'll trump's been so clumsy that he's actually got the Madras to come and put Rahm around the the fall left and say there we support you well now before we go to your phone. Let's just say I'm really having some trouble. Considering that trump might have been the right person to be in support of. I never really was a trump supporter. I was a an anti Clinton rather than the pro-trump. Although trump certainly invigorated enliven things I've now got concerns that may be there was a bigger conspiracy than we ever knew about to bring trump into office in order to well facilitate things in favor were of a particular Middle East country but that's another matter will deal with another time you watch you cheap not cheap rotated true news and find their story and what's going on in that. It's it's just been fantastic listened to the depth of their coverage but anyway going back to this but was this actually a mistake or was it what some people are calling trump's fourty chess many moderates the Democrats were starting to stand back from the radicals. What we'll often here's spoke over the progressives the extremists in the Democratic Party see some of them known as the squad? What trump successfully did was to force the moderates in the Democrats if you can really call them moderates because will they even the motorist now stand way left aware Bernie Sanders was just a few two years ago force them the alleged moderates the the extremists to go in stand with the extremists and put her arms? We support you with one review which is made the whole of the Democratic Party really look extremist and well bonkers. I think he's probably the word that <hes> in many ways could be used for their new ideology Reggie one note of the squad but one of the the candidates standing for presidential nomination as you were is even saying you wants to every adult built in America a thousand dollars free graduates and for nothing. Where's he going to get that from on the holy accusations of racism against Donald Trump her now falling on deaf is the cry Orangemen bad has been heard so often from the mainstream media in America that he can happily risk the idea that the the mainstream media and the twitter versa gonna blow against him an accused him of racism on the grounds that will oh those who are going to believe that already wouldn't vote for him and those that would vote for him have heard the cry of orange man bad so often from the mainstream media? That's well falls on indefinite is it's astonishing to hear that they are still speaking of impeachment and crying you know Orangemen bad and so yes after his election we had the the <hes> Moolah report and now we've had the mullahs interview with you saw the interview Muller appear to be totally incompetent when he was being questioned. Keep asking for questions to be repeated and I just unable to get grasp of the situation of the questions he was being asked but again the mullahs report the report. The interview really exonerated trump though some people would argue differently but still C._N._N.. And others are crying out. We must impeach you must impeach him Orangemen bad so what did he tweet. We've heard from the B._B._C. and other places that be told these people to go back where they came from well. Let's have a listen to fool tweets that he's the snippets come from so <hes> the he's not really the full argument but <hes> let's. Let's start here. tweet trump says so interesting to see progressive if Democrat congresswoman who originally came from countries whose governments <hes> a complete and total catastrophe the worst most corrupt an inept anywhere in the world if they even have functioning government at all now loudly and then he goes on to the next tweet and viciously telling the people of the United States the greatest most powerful nation on earth how government is to be run well <hes> I sort of sympathize with him that these people who <hes> well. Let's let's just I don't think he mentions race near anyway. He mentions nationalities nations nations and unless you're going to say well these nations are poor nations because the people there the races that are they're incompetent and incapable of running. A government is not racism. It's that this corruption or something going on Hinault race problems problems corruption problems governmental deficiency of some kind I think to some extent you can understand where he's coming from. These people have been welcomed into America middle not <hes> only one of them <hes> in her lifetime the generations before welcomed into America and they're now hating on the country and speaking so poorly about it including things like talking talking about <hes> concentration camps on the border and the like he continues why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested resting places from which they came from then. Come back and show us how it is done now. I don't think you've heard on the B._B._c. that the awesome to come back again and he didn't say oh you nasty black people go home. He's a go back to these broken countries and fix them and then come back and show us how it's done few racists. I know of cool for people of color to come back once they've gotten so sorted out. These places need your help. He continues this great truth in that. I think it was Somalia was one of them's from and <hes> one of the videos are so about this spoke of someone who went to Somalia to show what a great country it was and she was a Youtuber who went to say show what a wonderful country Somalia really was while she was there. She was killed in a bomb explosion. He just get excited. Not You constantly fast enough. I'm sure the Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly workout travel workout free travel arrangements and that's really hopping back to the fact that Nancy Pelosi and these AH progressives are a bit falling out were were a bit for me out because well the progressive so bonkers and now Nancy Pelosi is being forced to go alongside put her arm random and support them. Let's move onto the same subject really but listen to a bit of one of this group. What do they call them? The the squad one of this group the squad judge Alexandra Occasion Cortes lambasting trump and this is on the B._B._C.. B._B._C. Airing this lambasting of trump men like him have been telling women like me to go back to my own country for a long time. It's not a new thing but what is hurtful is that when he as a an elected leader in the United States states does that with thousands of people he is putting millions of Americans endanger. We could play mobile. Let's leave. They're just remembered and ask what Hamas when she has. An elected representative tentative puts people in danger by for example calling the holding centres for those entering America illegally call some concentration camps I cause for them to be liberated at any cost soon after she made these sorts of claims a man was shot dead by security guards at one of these centers because he was attacking with firebombs and a gun John she puts lives at risk also by her actions and she's not held to account for them by our mainstream media nor by America's mainstream media for that matter only by the sort of people who a citizen journalists become places like Youtube. It's not just her but many others have been speaking terribly against calling calling the concentration camps and so on and calling for them to be liberated at any cost any cost you know that's that's pretty broad language but not only that but they they voted to to not allow funding to improve prove conditions so not only does she criticize the conditions. She won't allow the government to improve the conditions because well they improve the conditions. She can't call them filthy can she. It's not all one sided but the cry goes up orange man bad one of the things is that they talk and you must have heard this time and time and time again the trump is putting children in cages. Well most have been reunited already with their parents but I think is nearly thirty percent of found not to be the parents or in any way genetically related to the children the address to the children that are being taken to cross. You can't just say what we found this man holding this girl's hand will put them in the same facilities together. Take him separated and for the safety of the child to start with some of these child traffickers and I believe it's around thirty percent found not in any way related to the person who's taking them across the border. I also had a very good infamous. Someone who say well <hes> anybody who commits a crime with the children around will be separated from those children at the time of the crime and until such time is dealt with if you if you could a d._U._i.. As they quoted the driving under the influence and you got children in the back of the car well when you were arrested you'll be separated from your children and your children will be held until such time as responsible adult me found to take them. They won't just be left in car or turned loose on the street. They will be held in well. Some form of <hes> secure facility often. I guess <hes> the desk of a policeman in a police station but some secure facility but Jim in Jordan Representative Jin Jordan spoke about who actually built these cages. Let's listen to what he says now. One single so-called cage has been constructed by the trump administration not one during the presence of Brock Obama. We didn't see outrage from the Democrats. Then we didn't see prominent democratic members of Congress condemning the quote concentration camps and quote tortured then again. President trump is not built a single cage the cages did you see the news and on twitter were constructed by President Obama's administration so President Obama is his administration stories about trump doesn't built single cage his adminis- trump's administration hasn't it was President Obama who who's WHO's <hes> administration built these so-called concentration camps these secure holding facilities wall things sorted out and but he was the dialing of the left the Darling Darling of the mainstream media no criticism was made of him about this trump is built none. He's just continued what was organized by the Obama Administration but he is well. He's orange man so he's orange man bad isn't he.
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News in Brief 26 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations as the Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo continues the U._N.'s World Food Program or W._F._p.. Announced on Friday that it plans to double food assistance to people affected took the disease one year off of the start of the complex outbreak in the volatile eastern part of D._R._C. and ten days since the first reported case in Goma the region's biggest city a W._f._p.. Spokesperson said. The U._N.. Agency is stepping up preparations for a potential further escalation of the epidemic over the next six months W._F._p.. Will significantly ramp-up food assistance and nutritional support to four hundred forty thousand Adler affected people in D._R._C.. The spokesperson announced adding that this would include primarily contacts of victims and their families as well as confirmed and suspected cases the head of the U._N.'s mission in Mali reputedly Lee the most dangerous in the world has been speaking to you and news about the many challenges he and his troops face the force under the command of Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer has sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities. He's of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly interesting clashes in an interview with you a news General Union spoarer said that despite the considerable risks his resolve off to help stabilize molly remains strong it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate and you can. Hey the rest of that interview on the U._N.. News websites. Lights audio hub and via the news APP and finally calling for bold political leadership ahead of World Hepatitis Day the U._n.. World Health Organization or W._H._o.. On Friday urged countries to take advantage of reasons reductions in the costs of diagnosing and treating viral hepatitis and scale up investments to eradicate the disease a new study by W._H._O.. Published on a I in the Lancet global health magazine found that investing six a billion U._S. dollars per year to eliminate hepatitis in sixty seven low and middle income countries would avert four and a half million premature deaths by twenty thirty and more than twenty six million deaths beyond that target date.
News in Brief 25 July 2019
"This is the news and brief from the United Nations U._N.. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist has condemned Wednesday's deadly terror attacks in Somalia that targeted the offices of the mayor of Mogadishu reportedly killing six government officials and injuring several others according to media reports the attack was carried out by a female suicide bomb and was claimed by terror group Al Chabala the mayor of Mogadishu Abdirahman. Oma Osman was one of those. Injured in the attack he is reported to be unconscious and Ju- to be flown to Turkey for treatment the new U._N.. Special Envoy to Somalia James Swan who had met the mayor at the offices earlier in the day described the bombing as a heinous attack heck that demonstrates a violent disregard for the sanctity of human life. The International Atomic Energy Agency I._R._A.. has appointed an interim chief following the death of Director General Yukiya Amano which was announced on Monday. Mr Romano who died at the age of seventy two had been ju to step down next much amid reports of an unspecified illness in a statement published on Thursday the I a stated that to ensure the orderly and smooth functioning the agency Cornel Furuta will serve as director general until a new chief seems office. Mr Fruita currently heads the I E as office of Coordination which is responsible for supporting the director general in areas such as policy. See External Relations with member states and strategy and finally Yemen and several countries in the whole of Africa region a facing increased risk of desert locust swarms threatening agricultural production during the next three months the U._n.. Food and Agriculture Organization F._A._O.. warned on Thursday the risk is being blamed on some breeding amplified by heavy rains and the F._A._O.. Says that it could affect food security and livelihoods in the country's concern.
News in Brief 24 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in its latest global innovation index released on Wednesday. The World Intellectual Property Organization or Wipro has named Switzerland as the world's most innovative country the annual index which has been published for the last twelve years by Wipro and a number of partners is designed to help policymakers better understand innovation activity which Wipro describes as a main driver of economic and social development. Following Switzerland in the rankings Sweden the U._S._A. The Netherlands and the U._k.. The country which has risen most in the rankings since two thousand eighteen is India which jumped five places to fifty second most most innovative country innovation is rated in the report by using eighty indicators from the level of research and development investment to mobile phone APP creation and high-tech Exports The U._N.. Children's. FUND UNICEF has made unconditional cash payments to nearly nine million Yemenis to meet their needs as the conflicts in the country enters. Its fifth year vulnerable families reached by the emergency cash transfer project received the the equivalent of around thirty dollars helping them to cover basics such as food health supplies and education costs UNICEF has run the cash program since twenty seventeen to support the poorest Yemeni families whose situation. In has been made worse by the ongoing conflict in statements released on Wednesday UNICEF warned that the needs of Yemenis aw enormous and that much more needs to be done to alleviate the suffering of children starting with an end to the war. No new Ebola cases have been reported outside of the Democratic Republic of Congo or D._R._C. in the last week but within the country there have been ninety one new cases of the disease of which some seventy five have been fatal. Oh and its latest Ebola outbreak report released on Wednesday the World Health Organization All W._H._o.. said that the cases were reported in the provinces of North Kivu and Turey. The report comes a week off to the the W._H._o.. Declared the Ebola outbreak in international public health emergency of international concern following a reported outbreak in the city of Goma which is near the border with Rwanda since then no new cases have been reported in Goma. Roma or any other country other than the D._R._C. and finally what are the challenges ahead in the fight against hunger the U._N.'s Food and Agricultural Organization or F._A._O.. We'll be focusing on that question. During a high profile profiled review of the agency's work which is due to begin in Rome on Friday the event would explore the best ways to end hunger and malnutrition as well as looking at the growing issue of obesity food security for all is one of the goals of the twenty.
News in Brief 23 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations fifty nine civilians killed and over one hundred injured some critically. That's the human toll from the latest attack in the last rebel-held province in Syria it lip. The succession of strikes on Monday was described as the deadliest so far by a senior official at Osha the U._N.. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Mark Cutts Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator Ota Coach said on Tuesday that the worst strike was on a popular public market in the town of Murat Newman which left at least thirty nine dead with the figure likely to rise as more bodies are discovered. Mr Count said that the attacks amounted. Wanted to a shocking escalation. In the ever-worsening conflict in northwest Syria heatwaves will continue to hit many parts of Europe this week with some countries on course to see record temperatures the world meteorological with Oracle Organization W._M._O.. said on Cheese Day Germany and the Benelux countries are likely to experience their hottest day ever on Thursday when they will have to deal with the peak of over forty degrees Celsius. That's one hundred four. Degrees Fahrenheit several parts of fronts have sent records for the lowest amount of rainfall since records began whilst in Spain the National Weather Service is warning of an extreme fire risk for large parts of the country the warnings follow. Lois sweltering weekend for the U._S._A.. Where records was set for several locations including Atlanta New Jersey and New York's J._F._k.? Airport a spokesperson for the W._M._o.. said on Tuesday that extreme weather events are not not a problem. That's going to go away and that heatwaves are starting earlier becoming increasingly common and more intense meanwhile in Bangladesh parts of the country including the huge Cox's Bazar refugee camp are struggling. Struggling to cope with continual heavy rains that have brought widespread flooding and destruction in a statement on Tuesday a spokesperson for the World Food Programme W._F._p.. said that the agency has supported more than eleven thousand refugees as affected by the rains and flooding in the first two weeks of July a significant rise compared to the same time last year refugee camps have been affected by hundreds of landslides caused by storms and rain and W._F._p.. Engineering teams.
News in Brief 22 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the head of the U._N.. Body that oversees nuclear states Yukiya Amano has died aged seventy to the International Atomic Energy Agency or I a said on Monday among many. Attributes United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez spoke of Mr Manos remarkable contributions to the peaceful use of nuclear technology and his commitment to cooperation among countries in an online message of support Mister Gutierrez tweeted that he had been deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Romano a Japanese national and I a head since two thousand nine he was due to step down next March amid reports of an unspecified illness in a letter to the agency's board of governors announcing. Announcing his decision to resign Mr Mono wrote that over the past decade I E had delivered concrete results to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons in line with its mandate the speech last year he said that in addition to overseeing nuclear verification regimes involving Iran the agency had also helped countries you science and technology to produce more food generate more electricity treat cancer and respond to climate change. The United Kingdom is to send two hundred fifty troops to Mali. Molly next year in support of the U._N.'s peacekeeping operation in the country Minnesota a statement from the U._K.. Government on Monday noted that the soldiers were being deployed in recognition of increased instability in Africa's sil- region their objective. Objective will be to deliver long-term and sustainable peace in Mali for an initial three-year period according to the Ministry of Defence the contingent will be based in go eastern Mali joining a total international force around twelve and a half thousand strong in a video. They released by the U._N.. Mission on Monday the U._K.'s defense secretary penny modern said that there will be no caveats on the use of troops who will support a zero tolerance policy on sexual violence and work to promote the rights of women and children and finally. Really the killing of a radio journalist in Afghanistan has been condemned by the head of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay who's added her voice to calls to catch those responsible for the gruesome crime in a statement the Director General of the U._N.. Educational Scientific and Cultural Cultural Organization condemned the motor of Nesher Scwhab Zodda in the city of God is ten days ago Mr Cyb Zodda presented an entertainment program on local radio until he went missing when his body was found it showed signs of torture and stab.
News in Brief 19 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Let's start with the weather because we've just had the hottest June on record according to the World Meteorological Organization or W._M._o.. Both land and sea surface temperatures were the highest yet recorded last month. One point seven one degrees Fahrenheit or not point nine five degrees Celsius above the global average these unprecedented temperatures which surpassed previous highs in June twenty sixteen happened across central and eastern Europe northern. Northern Russia Asia Africa South America the north Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans using global data w also says that nine of the ten warmest Junes have occurred since twenty ten the impacts of these high temperature's include wildfires in the Arctic Circle and unprecedented shrinking sea ice the U._n.. Agency says while also pointing out that the northernmost permanent settlement on earth which is called alert in Canada reached seventy degrees Fahrenheit. That's twenty one degrees Celsius for the first time in recorded history this week to the Democratic Republic of the Congo now or d._r._C. where the World Health Organization said on Friday that the Ebola virus is just one challenge among many facing in communities there it has reiterated an appeal for the international community to show support and solidarity for its people speaking in Geneva spokesperson. Dr Margaret Harris noted that measles has already killed more people this year than the Ebola outbreak. Outbreak which began last August it's not top of their agenda. They'd like could Rhodes. They'd like clean water. They'd like to know that their children can reach their fifth. Birthday are not die from measles according to W._H._O.. More than two thousand people have died from measles in two thousand nine hundred while the Ebola outbreak in Ituri and North Kivu provinces in the country's northeast has claimed at one thousand seven hundred and five lives in addition to measles and malaria and a lack of basic services since early June will the. Three hundred thousand in the resource which will hit provinces have been displaced by violence linked to armed groups according to U N Humanitarian Coordination Agency Archer and finally more than half of Venezuelan families who've left their country amid economic economic and political turmoil face what the refugee agency U._N._H._C._R. Calls specific risks while they're on the move after speaking to nearly eight thousand people this year in Latin American countries and the Carribean the agency says that more than six and ten. Unemployed or working informally while four in ten faced problems finding accommodation more than three in ten also said they had no permit to stay in the country where they are sheltering while U._N._H._C._R. Spokesperson Liz Russell noted that the region's asylum application application system remains overwhelmed it is clear that we have seen in some places increased border restrictions more rigorous requirements for Venezuela to enter a particular country that as we frequently underscored does increase the risk of.
News in Brief 18 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Italy should rethink it stance on the rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea U.. N. appointed independent rights experts have said citing with concern ongoing criminal proceedings against the captain of they vessel. He landed forty people on Italian territory last month in a joint statement on Thursday. The five experts who are appointed by member states of the Human Rights Council said that rescuing migrants in distress at sea is not a crime they highlighted the case of German airman skipper Kerala who was arrested in June after docking on the island of Lampedusa with her rescue vessel and dozens of migrants. Although a judge dismissed the charges against her she faces further hearings relating to endangering the lives of police officers. Says and facilitating illegal migration this kind of action puts the lives of thousands of migrants attempting to cross the C. At risk the experts said while also noting that the judge who released Misra Keti has herself being attacked in the media and by Interior Tyrian Minister Mateo Salvini the development follows Italy's decision last month to impose fines on vessels for every person rescued at sea and transferred to Italian territory which the rights experts said directly contravene. Italy's obligations is to respect the right to life to Myanmar now where conflict is reportedly ongoing between separatists and the country's military in Chin and raccoon states and girls as young as nine up being trafficked abroad for sex work as senior U.. N. appointed pointed independent investigators said on Thursday since January the total number of people displaced by the violence could be as high as fifty five thousand in the two States Special Rapporteur Young Hee Lee said less than two years ago more than seven hundred thousand ethnic. The hanger who are mainly Muslim driven from Raquin seeking shelter in neighboring Bangladesh in comments that followed her official visit to Thailand Malaysia Miss Lee said that she had been distressed to hear reports that very young girls and women have been traffic from northern Myanmar to neighboring countries for sex work years of conflict in northern Shan and Ketchikan have left families financially desperate making women and girls vulnerable to abuse the rights expert explained before urging the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ends or ASEAN to prioritize human rights in Myanmar and to encourage the country's authorities to do the same some at one point five million beyond my refugees now shelter in neighboring countries according to Miss Lee who said that in addition to people trafficking and smuggling thing the drug trade was a further example of deepening concerns and finally key parts of the global goals agenda linked to achieving zero hunger are off track the U._N.. Food and Agriculture Organization or F._A._O.. said on Thursday. For years since the international community agreed to seventeen sustainable development goals who's objectives include tackling food insecurity and poor nutrition F._A._O.. Says that a lack of progress is the nor in a new report the agency also warns of unsuccessful efforts to make farming sustainable as well as the long-term management of land and ocean based resources key findings from the study that covers some two hundred thirty countries include data that more than eight hundred twenty million people are going hungry hungry around the world that number has been rising for three years in a row and is back to levels seen in two thousand ten to twenty eleven F._A._O.. Says the percentage of hungry people has also slightly increased between two thousand fifteen and twenty eighteen to ten point eight percent sent among the reports other findings is the warning that sixty percent of livestock breeds are at risk of extinction in these seventy countries for which information is available examples include for Jerry cattle from Ethiopia or Bali's gambro goat according to F._A._O..
News in Brief 17 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. More corporations needed to secure the arrest of fugitives charged with war crimes such as genocide said the U._N.. Prosecutor forts known as the international residual mechanism for criminal tribunals says bromate's told security city council members on Wednesday the first priority is office remains to quickly wrap up the trials and appeals of alleged war criminals from the conflict in the former Yugoslavia and genocide against tootsie in Rwanda which fall under the mechanisms jurisdiction with eight people still on the. Run he said that we're not yet. Receiving the corporation needed to secure arrests will he noted a general lack of national capacity in the difficulties of tracking down international fugitives in the mocking the twenty fifth anniversary of the genocide against the tootsie and others Mr Brennan said the victims of waited for too long for justice with some fugitives remaining a threat to international peace and security today we will utilize all tools available to us to address the challenges we face he said including former reports of non-cooperation cooperation to the Security Council if needed expressing deep concern of a how migration and migrants themselves are being politicized and scapegoated in Hungary and independent U._N.. Human Rights expert on Wednesday urged the government to immediately end its crisis approach to the. Issue migrants arbitrators dangerous enemies in both official and public discourses said Felipe Gonzalez Morales the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights of migrants in a statement released following the end of an official visit he called on Hungary to reevaluate Erato current reality in relation to migration terminate immediately the so-called crisis situation and lift relevant restrictive measures he edged the government to reassess its security oriented narrative when it comes to migrants and move towards a human rights based approach coach adding that security concerns could not justify human rights violations to Geneva where indigenous peoples from around the world gathered on Wednesday to discuss how to protect their unique cultures and traditions in the face of challenges including climate. Change from Cornelia in the Russian Federation which is home to nearly two hundred different ethnic groups Alexi psychotic told you a news how warmer global temperatures had threatened centuries old practices the snow's melting earlier earlier and I remember when I grew up in my childhood dates we had snow already in October. Now have snow only in December December sometimes when January and it impacts legs for example the ice on the lakes and efficient it Kim box forestry it impacts digits people's hunting and many other ways of life which indigenous peoples exercise in addition to the threat from climate change Mr Psychotic who's from the sense of support of indigenous peoples in Karelya maintains that.
News in Brief 16 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations ahead of a key expert meeting at the U._N.. To decide whether to declare the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and International Health Emergency U. N. CHILDREN'S FUND UNICEF warned won't that the epidemic is infecting more children than earlier outbreaks to date. There have been more than two thousand five hundred cases of infection and to nearly one thousand six hundred seventy people have died in the D._R._C. Provinces of cheery and North Kivu. Making it the worst outbreak the country has ever faced and the second largest epidemic on record. Here's at UNICEF spokesperson Marex mcaddo. This outbreak is affecting more children than previous outbreaks of Ebola as the seventh of July lie there had been seven hundred and fifty infections among children. This represents thirty one percent of total cases compared with about twenty percent in previous outbreaks. Meanwhile the World Health Organization confirmed that an emergency meeting on the outbreak. DOC will take place on Wednesday afternoon in Geneva. The aim of the encounter is for D._R._C. Representatives you in health experts and partners to decide whether the situation warrants declaring an international emergency. This is the fourth time the emergency panel will I'll have met during the current outbreak and it follows confirmation that the disease has been identified in Goma a city of two million people on the border with Rwanda obesity among populations of Small Island Developing States is a health emergency see made worse by climate change the U._N.. Food and Agriculture Organization or F._A._O.. said on Tuesday according to the agency one in two adults is obese in many small island communities in Polynesia and Micronesia while on average. Rich obesity levels in people from small island states are sixty percent higher than elsewhere citing climate change as a key factor in degraded land and Ocean Resources F._A._O.. Believes that this has led to dependence on imported foods that are ultra high in salt salt sugar and fat and extremely high levels of overweight and obesity speaking at the one thousand nine hundred nine high level political forum in New York F._A._O.. Director General Jose Graziano da Silva also noted that paradoxically levels. Of Hunger or undernourishment are also higher in these small island states than globally to address both hunger and obesity in small island nations. Mr Graziani Dasilva said the one way they could do this was by making better use of marine resources by tackling tackling illegal unreported and unregulated fishing and finally to Yemen where the U N has announced that a deal has been reached with both parties at war over the key red seaport of data in a statement the U._N.. said that it had brought together. Gather delegations from the government of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and Hootie opponents on board a vessel on the high seas offer data. This was their first face-to-face meeting since February the U._N.. Statement continued adding that deep belligerence took stock of their earlier agreements on the redeployment of forces from her data. They also agreed on new measures to reinforce a ceasefire and de escalation which is to be put in place as soon as possible by the United Nations Mission to support the HIDETO agreement after more than four years of war. Yemen is in the grip of a humanitarian disaster with millions facing famine in a related development the U. N. special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths has continued to push for an end to the conflict after flying to the.
"july 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge
"Places southland's art center in West Drayton. She's on our should is the center manager and has more details on what's going on down there. Her has been running. It's <hes> seven years now. We're not seventy and we've got some amazing this year. We came over to headlining so kings doses from Ubon the main told by Prime May Andrew think he's bringing a new band called from the outside. I mean they all tend to be quite locally. She never really good make sure of for Indie Rock and then we have academic Jane between well. We have two stages main stage which overlooks the main garden every outside said I'll send so the area south of speech each folks Oh queen on how with gardens over looking at <hes> and we have an acoustic station the village area and not from one pm to nine pm so as literally non stop. There's a family oriented guided by grind. Grind leaving the closes park in West Drayton One P._M.. Roughly ten miles to a place of interest into Saturday evening we go at East coat British Legion club Fred some family quiz starts at seven forty eighty five three pounds per person or in aid of the British Legion Poppy Appeal Music Wise on Saturday night the grapevine blues band or the swallow POB in Millington right next to huntingdon tube they Klay Rocking Chicago Blues with a bit of Hendrix rock n roll and some jazz thrown in the dirty perks or at the black ball in south rice slipped from ten pm playing rock covers and something else else play Wieland's in experts from ten pm playing covers of all sorts moving on to Sunday the twenty first of July and early risers can head down to Queensmead School in South Rice hip at seven A._M.. For the Queensmead need school car boot sale if you fancy a bit more of a lion it's the rice lip artisan market from ten A._M.. At the Manor Farm scientist Rice limp local artists crafters food producers and ethical businesses businesses with musicians performing live by expiration are on tour again on Sunday from ten A._M.. You can find them at Paine meadows running.
"july 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge
"Shampoos Bar in east coat string fever a- billed as the world's most entertaining string quartet with electric string instruments they combine exceptional exceptional musical skill with a talent for engaging audiences rounded off by their famous forty tunes in five minutes finale moving onto Friday the nineteenth of July the comedy bunker the Fairway West Fr- islip have Simon Broad Kane and Marlon. Davis is Phil Smith to tell us more about the show as anyone who loves the comedy knows August is coming and that means the Edinburgh fringe festival NATO. He's worried we can't make it. As on Friday the nineteenth of July bring a little bit of Edinburgh to Roy Slip Simon broken also known as Lee Nelson. We'll be previewing his one hour show on the same Night Mullen Davis recently seen in love with the Apollo who'd be giving his show emotional blackmail and airing tickets just fifteen pounds and available at W._W._W.. Talk Comedy Bunker Dot Co Dot U._k.. Higher on maiden play the tropic at rice lip on Friday the nineteenth only give you one guess switch band they cover that could be allowed one Saturday morning the twentieth of July hell pouncing rocks porn park which is kind of east coast south rice lip. They're busy converting. What was a concrete crazy golf course into a community orchard? They love some help. Moving some rubble cutting up small branches and digging a trench for a water pipe. They'll even provide drinks and light refreshments from the Pavilion Zillion Cranford Park Family Day is Saturday the twentieth of July. He's robot Barton. WHO's the secretary of the Cranford Park friends to tell us all about that? It's so big thing craft papa which is a lovely country park okay. It's a little bit of countryside on the Hayes Hounslow border. It's aimed at children of all ages and adults of all ages and we have lots going on farm animals that you can pat and the kids can have river dipping all the little creepy. Corollas in the river and we have face painting. That'd be quite a few characters in costume. 'cause we celebrate the history of the park is a thousand years of history there and we've got a tea garden in the church there and that's the Barclay Lee stables where the.
"july 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Founders and from it worked out that this person was related to that person the met with someone else they've done some absolutely stunning reporting go and see True News Dot Com and look at their on cheap and look at Thursday and Friday is reporting from last week but if you don't know the Jesus Christ as your Lord and save you really should is the only person who can clean you from that dirt. You know you live in. Yes we all are by Christians not people who claim they're good people that people who say I'm a bad person but I know someone who can cleaned up and make me clean and fresh will take away my sin as we might call it sin being missing the mark causing crossing the walking on the grass when the sciences don't walk on the grass being involved in gay sexual relationships when Jesus says marriages between a man of the woman believing that a man can become a woman just by saying so all of these things ago against God's teaching believing that there are no fifty seven different genders Ringo's gourmet man in his own image male and female maisy them if you don't know yourself right but Jesus Christ you know what the Bible teaches about it well. The Bible says that got made the world perfect but then we messed it up and I'm a little book finding God's way which talks about how made the world perfect in there was purpose and Saunter to man's life and then how things got messed up and then how Jesus Christ came and died on the cross bearing paying the price Ross and how can a man who died two thousand years ago deal with my problems today my sense offensive worthlessness dirtiness and pointlessness to my life. How can he deal with that today having died two thousand years ago and then what you need to do to get that for yourself because it's a gift? The wages in the Bible says you deserve to be judged by God for the wrong things. You've done is a wage. You're going to be paid it. You deserve it but the forgiveness of those sins is a free gift gifts. You need to receive Steve What you need to do to receive the gift of forgiveness and that's in my book finding God's way which is really just a few she's taken from the Bible and a few comments by me to help you understand them. Because the Bible's a big book sixty six books put together in one book and it can be long struggle to find your way threat while worth the doing but start off somewhere simple like finding gulch way or just read. Perhaps John's Gospel or Mark's Gospel. I wanted to start with the New Testament they wanted to Matthew's Gospel chapter is full of difficult names to well. If you read Matthew I skip the names and get into the main story but <hes> it's it's well worth getting to know Jesus and if you're an atheist you says there is no God hey what would the Harrabin. What are you going to bed tonight saying Lord if you exist reveal yourself to me because you either just talking yourself and no one I've got by just revealed himself at that will be fantastic anyway? Go into this world love and serve your fellow neighbor and your God be.
"july 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Is is both a deeply committed christian and a proudly out gay man can he be both or is he to gay for god same-sex marriages been legal in great britain since two thousand fourteen eighteen but is it a right to the church of england doesn't record necessarily but it is a right church a wingman doesn't recognize well first thing of course it's the fact that the government has no authority over marriage nowhere eh inscription nowhere does god ever give the government authority over marriage i don't think even the church really is given authority over marriage is a family matter that fathers of georgia's really deal with there are some laws about it but i don't think they're given to the the state to deal deal with an even if they are the laws that given that the state should enforce do not indicate that you can allow for gay marriage and certainly i don't think that we should allow the state to license marriages licenses licenses actually a an allowance to do some that would otherwise be a legal marrying people is not a legal marrying anybody want provided you not married to someone else is not illegal it should we shouldn't need to be licensed to marry but that's another matter what i have seen this is another one of those occasions where the mainstream media here the b._b._c. is trying to use our emotions to override the standards that god has given us no down this man is a very personable man he's a nice guy and if you met j._d. you would enjoy a chat with him and maybe a competency and discuss i don't know your favorite scripture passage with him no dodgers objects boyfriend place someone with a better name for grown men than boyfriend no doubt is boyfriend is also a nice guy but a good argument can make very bad law there are many situations where we might argue for particular case perhaps there's a very mature fifteen year old who wants to marry i wouldn't be hurt at all by starting in a sexual relationship with a man she marries that age fifteen but that might wide open the gates to situations were girls who are too young to be entering into a marriage relationship might be pressurized for fifteen fourteen whatever to get into a marriage so we set we says a level gonna set other holes that that we we don't have any any choice over but could argument doesn't change it there are many other good arguments emotion might be used to try and programs hammers to say that things that are wrong a right is the lovable rogue isn't there in the the british should come courage where norman stymie fletcher played
"july 2019" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"That you are listening itself Friday it's July something or other two thousand and nineteen okay it's the twelfth and we're here to talk about the market and I will talk to you today about the broadening out of markets as I have told you it's been very narrow in the markets but now that we have the certainty of easy money using your money at the all time high we'll get into it but first joining me today on the show with investment dash models dot com who is again nailed the market this year my good buddy Jim Moret back Jim thanks for joining us today great to be here thanks for joining us so Jim let's get right into it all our listeners that I've never heard of you heard about you and your Rick's models that's all right yeah but you have developed throughout all the years I'd like to give I know you don't want to give out the proprietary stuff but give an explanation of what it's about and then we'll delve into just this year and what it is done well I've been doing for well that's a long time can't be right I worked a long time I'm forty eight years Gary I've been doing this and the secret to the Rick is identifying changes in the trend of the market and to do that I use the S. and P. five hundred because it's so broad index and I find using this mathematically I have been able to identify it precisely when the trend of the pencil to you five hundred changes direction and I say that if the S. and P. changes of direction the market has changed somebody can quarrel with that but it works my friend and I've been doing this for many years what I want to do today is all for it two months free trial of my newsletter two people who would like to become familiar with it and perhaps you use it.
News in Brief 12 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations reports that airstrikes have hit several health facilities in northwest. Syria have been strongly condemned by the U._N.. Secretary General in a statement Antonio Gutierrez said that one of the damaged facilities included a large hospital in merit Al Numan whose coordinates had been shared with belligerence through the U._N.'s deconfliction mechanism the development follows an escalation of violence since April lip. The last opposition held in clave in the country some. I'm at three million people live there many of them displaced by clashes between government and opposition fighters highlighting the impact on non competence Mister Gutierrez insisted that civilians and public buildings must be protected in line with a twenty eighteen deescalation an agreement overseen by guarantors Russia and Turkey the U._N.. Secretary General also insisted that those responsible for carrying out serious violations of international humanitarian law should be held accountable the U._n.. Human Rights Office O._H.. CHR. Char- said on Friday that it is deeply alarmed at death penalty sentences handed down to thirty men in Yemen's capital sonner noting credible allegations of torture and ill-treatment in an appeal to the defacto U._C.. Authorities INSANA. Did you dismiss the likely politically motivated charges O._H.. H._R.. Spokesperson Ravina Chamdo Sunny said the most of the men were academics. Students and politicians affiliated with an opposition movement Ms Chamdo Sanni who noted the U._N.'s is it longstanding objection to the death penalty also explained that the men had been detained and reportedly prosecuted without respect for Jew Process the arrests also took place without warrants for the most part and they were held without being. Brought to a court for several months up to a year in many cases there were arrested at various points as you said two thousand sixteen charged in two thousand seventeen and since then there have been several hearings on my understand they may have been up to thirty nine hearings but at no point where they given given a proper chance to present a Defense Saana in the west of the Arabian Peninsula state has been under the control of the WHO tease since late twenty fourteen after they drove out forces loyal to President Abd Rabbo Mansour Howdy from March twenty. He fifteen until the end of June in two thousand nineteen. H H has documented seven thousand six hundred fifty nine civilians killed and twelve thousand three hundred and five injured in the ongoing conflict it said on Friday since fighting escalated more than and four years ago conflict between the belligerents has created a humanitarian disaster for the people of Yemen in large part owing to blockades on imports of food fuel and medicines through key Red Sea ports such as Hodeida in June the World Food Programme W._F.. If pay began a partial suspension of Tucson and other Hootie held areas of Yemen after efforts failed to prevent aid being diverted from those needed it most according to W._f._p.. Three quarters of people in Yemen who do not have reliable access to food some nine million people are in areas controlled by tees and finally the Human Rights Council has urged the Philippines government today more to prevent extrajudicial killings linked to its campaign against illegal drug use in a close vote. The forty seven member council adopted adopted a resolution which expressed concern that since President Rodrigo deter announced his so called war on drugs in two thousand sixteen there have been allegations that thousands of people involved with the drug trade and drug use have been killed the resolution which was adopted on.
Mass measles vaccination campaign begins in Ebola-hit DR Congo province
"Workers have started a massive measles vaccination campaign in northeast Democratic Republic of the Congo or D._r._c. a region. That's in the grip of the second deadliest Ebola virus outbreak on record U.. N. Children's fund UNICEF said on Thursday that it aims to inoculate sixty seven thousand children in Ituri province that just a small fraction of the four hundred thousand people displaced by an upsurge in communal violence and clashes between government forces and non-state. Date armed groups in the resource-rich area according to UNICEF nearly two thousand people have died from measles across D._R._C. So far this year more than two thirds of them children under five tackling the measles outbreak is complicated by the fact that it symptoms fever redness around the eyes and diarrhea are similar to those displayed by Ebola patients. Here's UNICEF health specialist Jerem PFAFF men speaking from D._R._C. of course they believe is making everything more complex and I think that's the purpose of putting. Coaching or these additional measures in place but I would not underestimate the knowledge of the communities that starts to be more and more commission and understand what is the complexity of able. I'm measles is a disease that they are very well aware of and they were looking for and asking for the measles campaign so we have very good responses from the mothers bringing their children for these campaigns today the latest Ebola outbreak affecting cheery and neighboring North T._v. province. Has Killed One thousand six hundred forty six people since it began last August while six hundred eighty three people have recovered latest health data from D._R._C. Point to around one hundred fifteen thousand cases of suspected measles in the country far more than the sixty five thousand thousand tally last year
"july 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"They could not argue totally disrupted the case because he did not sure what did they have last we heard tommy to great lengths to find out what the rules were feature the tv screen in the court check with the staff he checked on the door and there was a witness today michelle michelle notre dame knows her name who is the manner of operations manager for that corn up in the league and she said under oath her staff sales in three ways they put the notice some of the tv screen they failed put it on in the court information system called crafts and they spelled with a notice on the door at that point in time i think the case should be dismissed roy secretary general here's the thing with him ask what is the rules republican you should no one in the court new and then those three failures the court admitted they didn't tell anyone but even if that's not the fact.
"july 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"The court says I'm quoting That those laws clearly show that Illinois recognize the public policy favoring the proper retention attention of important government records for the benefit of the public The court goes on to say the conclusions of the investigations by the the DOJ citizens taskforce further support. A finding that public policy maintains the are favors. The maintenance of important records like like those related to allegations of police misconduct we conclude says the court that an order from an arbitrator trader that certain disciplinary records be destroyed is not enforceable and violates public policy so Ooh does that mean in Illinois or elsewhere. If this opinion gets legs from around the country does that mean that purging clauses clauses need to come out of collective bargaining agreements. Well actually not really but it may mean they need to change if you think about it. There's there's a couple of types of purging clauses A couple of different ways of getting at a unions concern that a disciplinary record from five years ago or ten years ago or twenty years ago may not have relevance and that people pull should have the opportunity to regain their credibility and start off on a new foot I mean rehabilitation. Tation is kind of at the core of criminal. Laws Say Unions when they're arguing this. Why not with respect to disciplinary records and some employers have pretty terrible practices? I can remember when I started representing the Washington state patrol. Many years ago I had a case involving a trooper who had a very very minor backing accident with his patrol car and the employer introduced use into evidence. Ask support for its decision to give this trooper a one day suspension. Another accident the the trooper had had twenty two years. Before as. That's the sort of thing that unions chafe at. That's the purpose of these pershing clauses. So one way to get at that issue is to say once you get me on X. number of years two three five whatever it is I take him out of you simply purge them you tear them up you destroy them. A different approach is to say that after a certain certain number of years two three five whatever years that those records are no longer admissible for the purposes of consideration seven of current disciplinary sanctions. So in other words you can get beyond old or stale disciplinary penalties. Today's if you've gone with a clean record for whatever. The minimum amount of time has the records will still be there and they may be subject to disclosure sure under a public records law. This isn't a perfect solution but it is a solution that does address the disciplinary impact of old records. Let's talk for a little while about the recent decision from the Iowa Supreme Court on the constitutionality of changes changes to Iowa's public employee collective bargaining law changes at virtually eliminated the right of most public employees in Iowa to bargain Argon so To go back a little bit in time to two thousand and seventeen. I will for the first time I think maybe the first time ever but certainly the first first time in a long time move to what Political types call a quadruple our political status that means that Republicans look held the governorship Both houses of the legislature and had appointed a majority of the State Supreme Court justices Right right away at the start of the legislative session in two thousand seventeen bell was introduced to essentially got collective bargaining rights for most employees. He's and the bill moved through in rapid fashion The whole process took a little more than a month for both houses of the Legislature Fletcher. to hold hearings and adopt the changes in the collective bargaining law and the governor to sign the bill. What did the legislation do well? It drew a line between unions that had a bargaining unit with at least thirty percent public safety employees. Elise and those that did not and by the way it didn't call corrections officers public safety employees for the purposes of drawing this slide so the line is to have thirty percent public safety employees in your bargaining unit. Or don't you if you did under the new law. He a bargaining rights. were cut back a little bit but they were essentially unimpaired if you were in the under thirty bracket you were reduced to bargaining over one topic wages. Everything else was no longer mandatory for bargaining. So things he's like seniority overtime insurance pensions clothing workplace safety. I could go on and on and all none of those are mandatory Dettori for bargaining. You could easily have a one page collective bargaining agreement well asthma which represents the majority A of the non public safety employees in the state sued and argued that this different treatment of these different in classes of employees violated the principles of equal protection of the law and the Iowa constitution like many state constitutions has has an equal protection clause. That's roughly the equivalent of the fourteenth amendment to the US Constitution and the I was Supreme Court by a four to three majority. The four Republican appointed judges in the majority by four to three majority upholds. The law against I ask smets challenge. What the court says is that because the line that is drawn here is not drawn on the basis of the law terms a protected class? It's not drawn on the basis of race or gender or national origin or religion We're going to pulled this law if there is a rational basis for the law and the court says we find that there are a couple of rational national basis to draw the line at thirty percent First of all the court says that the legislature may well have concluded concluded that giving public safety employees expanded bargaining rights would discourage them from engaging in strikes and sick outs. The court had to acknowledge there haven't been any strikes in Iowa since the collective bargaining law was enacted forty five years ago. Oh but the court says we haven't had any cutbacks in collective bargaining rights since the collective bargaining law was enacted. So who knows whether or not there's is going to be strikes who knows whether or not public safety employees would strike but the legislature can properly act out of a concern that public safety employees employees would strike and also even if they aren't strikes. The court says maybe public safety employees if they find their collective bargaining rights or reduced. Maybe they're going to do blue flu. And a quote from the court's opinion here historically Klay police officers and other states have used strategies such as the blue flu to protest labour conditions and policy changes against that backdrop drop Iowa. Legislators in two thousand seventeen could rationally decide to extend more beneficial negotiating rights to bargaining units comprised of at least thirty percent public safety employees. They didn't even need to say it in the floor debates bird. They didn't need to articulate. What their rational basis for the law was in the virtually nonexistent floor debates on it says has the court We can come up with a rational basis even at the legislature. Didn't say it now the court has to deal with Half half's meets argument that look among other things. This legislation is over inclusive and under inclusive. Because of the problems problems with how you're treating corrections officers and some others who have Public Safety Functions University Police Department of Transportation Road Safety Safety Workers A psychiatric aides. None of them are in the public safety bucket and that means that classification you've drones says. Asked me this. Thirty percent line is both at the same time over inclusive of one group and under inclusive in another and the court's answer to that is to say look even if we agree with aspect a legislature need not an quoting run the risk of losing losing an entire remedios game simply because it failed through inadvertently or otherwise to cover every evil that might conceivably have been attacked. So what was really going on here. The court's opinion is I think quite rightly criticized by the dissenting judges as being a factual and historical fiction. The Iowa legislature was wasn't awesome drawing this thirty percent line between public safety and Non Public Safety Because of some concern about blow flu or anything like that it was knowing it because it knew that public safety employees have the highest approval ratings of any public employees among the public and to include public safety in the group of people. You're attacking makes it less likely that you're attack is going to succeed And so the idea in Iowa it's very much. The idea that prevailed in Wisconsin under Scott Walker. which was? Let's go after everybody else now. And let's we've got if these cuts in place then maybe we'll turn to public safety But can't acknowledge that historical fact which was widely talked about at the time in Iowa Iowa even among proponents of the bill in two thousand. Seventeen that's for the July two thousand nineteen addition of first Thursday our regular monthly podcast a reminder. Everybody do tune in for premium podcasts. We've got a pretty exciting sleet coming up. Also we hope to see you in Las Vegas for upcoming seminar. This is going to be on grievances and past practice and arbitration It's always a very well attended seminar and we have a great lineup of speakers for you with that. We'll be great fourth of July this is well aitchison signing off..
"july 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"At all exit. You're five flex time where mcentire would be allowed to choose her shaft days on days off and the starting time I am of her shaft and also to leave work early and six short frequent breaks throughout the work. Day when when I read that I was immediately struck by the fact that there must be a bunch of college. Students flocking to McIntyre's Dr Looking for some sort of note that says something roughly the equivalent so at any rate Metro receives this request for reasonable accommodation. talked to McIntyre McIntyre specifies. That are star time. She wants to to not be six. Am She wants it to be eight. AM or nine am and asked to her days off and our work day. She had been working Friday through Tuesday shift. She wants to change to get ready. I think you know this Monday. Through Friday. Metro Says No McIntyre sues claiming violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and in particular metros obligation to reasonably accommodate her Her Disability Metros answer is. We don't have have to accommodate you if in doing so. We've violate a seniority system. And it all goes to Federal Court judge and the judge does what to the best of my knowledge every federal court. Judge has done In the seventeen years since the seminal Supreme Court decision on this SSU which is known as US Airways versus Barnett and that is the court. Says if you've got a legitimate seniority system a bona fide one. That was not adopted as guys for discrimination. The seniority system prevails over the obligation in a reasonably accommodate a disability. And what what is it. That McIntyre says McIntyre's answer is that the US Airways case didn't control because Metro didn't have a bona fide seniority system. Why wasn't in a bona fide? McIntyre says it wasn't bona fide. Because while you do use it to pick shifts and days off you deviate eight from that system when you assign overtime holiday work and temporary shift coverage and therefore it is not a bona fide system. The court isn't impressed at all The court ends up saying that. And I'M GONNA quote a couple of sentences. Mrs Here McIntyre fails to explain why Metros use of the seniority system for some but not all staffing decisions what what effect the court's analysis match McIntyre sites no examples in which the yearly process for selecting shifts days off off was controlled by anything other than seniority McIntyre concedes that Sergeant Select Their Schedules based on seniority and the court ends up saying look you can use seniority for some things. You're not obligated to use it for everything in order to have a bona fide system and the court ends up dismissing McIntyre's Ada claims just a note here sometimes you see the seniority system versus reasonable accommodation collisions happen in cases involving religious discrimination nation and in particular UC the collision occur in cases where you have an employee who wants their Sabbath off whatever their Sabbath about my bay. Sometimes it Saturday. Sometimes it Sunday depending upon the religion and those cases come out the same way as well. If it's the seniority system is not a guys for discrimination. If it's a bona fide seniority system seniority system wins while we're talking about the ADA. I WANNA talk about New York case. Actually it's from the Federal Court of Appeals in the New York area the Second Federal Circuit Circuit Court of Appeals I want to talk about the Ada and light duty jobs this is much more of a reminder than anything else because the law is very clearcut on this but it doesn't seem to have percolated the way it should have out there in the workplace. The bottom line is that the law overwhelmingly establishes that public safety employer does not have an obligation to assign either a police. Police officer Deputy Sheriff's corrections officer. Firefighter whatever trooper To a light duty job. And here's why this is a case involving sergeant Michael Garvey if the town of Clarkston and New York he suffers and on-duty knee injury placed on medical leave gets benefits for or while Two years later he undergoes a fitness for duty evaluation to determine whether he could return to work. And the doctor says Garvey she has healed from his workplace injury but that his knee was partially impaired by a pre existing Guilty Gio Jio. Ut Y condition. I've never heard of Gout of the knee before I've looked up now and it seems to actually be a thing The town receives receives the fitness for duty evaluation. Orders Garvey back to work and that sets off a fight that goes on for several years as to the disability benefits. Garvey applies for disability benefits. There's a hearing there. And a dispute asked a reasonable accommodations. A A after years have elapsed The town ultimately concludes that Garvey could not perform all the essential functions of the the job of a sergeant due to his knee condition and terminated him In the meantime Garvey has spent some mm time working as a desk officer. So he's he's actually been on the job. Garvey sues the town when he's fired and so does the money so the town under the Ada claiming You had the ability to reasonably accommodate. My disability could just kept me as a desk sergeant after all lattice work that I have been doing and the Federal Court of Appeals disagrees with Garvey and the court says and again and this is a decision. That's been repeated all over the country. The court says while it's true that an employer has the obligation to reasonably accommodate accommodate an employee's disability the obligation for accommodation never go so far as to require the employer to eliminate and essential function of the job in this case the court says the essential functions of the job of a police officer. Sergeant Anybody's sworn officer in this department includes things like breaking up. Fights hates subduing people who were attacking them Or resisting arrest. Garvey admitted that his disability prevented him him from performing all of those tasks in fact he did it in his disability. Eric where he was trying to get a disability Garbey Irby now says this is the way the court recites it. That sergeants aren't required to meet those same. Physical requirements in the court says is that allegation and I'm quoting is defeated by Garvey's admission to the contrary at his disability benefits hearing during the bottom line from the courts perspective. Is that affects you waiting. A forcible arrest can be if an employer wants ons an essential function of the job of a law enforcement officer and if it is the employer never has to accommodate comedy a disabled police officer or other law enforcement officer by assigning them to a light duty job where where there is no possibility that they will have to make an arrest. Thank of this as The notion that a law enforcement agency has has the ability to mobilise. Its entire workforce in case of a riot or some sort of a serious security problem and when it mobilizes the workforce it has the ability to insist that every one of those officers out on the street including cluding those assigned to light duty able to make a forcible arrest. And if someone can't do that there's no obligation on the part of the employer to accommodate accommodate them by continuing to assign them to the light duty job same by the way is true of firefighters only the parlance in the fire. Service is is that they have to be able to engage and fire suppression activities and the full range of those fire suppression activities as opposed goes to affect your waiting a forcible arrest so not a surprising result as I said this is just a reminder and if employees are interested dead in broader reasonable accommodation rights. The right path is through the collective bargaining process I don't anybody sees Congress. Making any changes in the Americans with Disabilities Act Certainly I don't think you'll see any changes in the equal employment opportunities commission. I think this is going to be the law And going to be the law. I certainly the foreseeable future. You can negotiate more generous provisions provision than these federal laws and. That's certainly true. With respect to the eighty eight just like it is with respect to family leave under the FM L. A. or for over time under the NFL Essay. And that's going to be where any additional protections lie if in fact unions want those additional protections and. I've had this issue come up in bargaining Ashley several times over the years And I'll tell you that whether whether or not to have permanent light-duty jobs is an issue that seriously divides public safety unions. You can imagine what both sides of that argument arts very difficult decision for them and very few collective bargaining agreements in the public safety world. Actually we have permanent light-duty jobs in visioned within it within any of their provisions. Let's turn now to Illinois the answer a question that pops up from time to time can an arbitrator ordered the destruction of disciplinary records. Kurt's a this is a case that comes out of Chicago. I've largely stayed away in this podcast from Chicago stories. Because what's going on in Chicago Dog. Oh with the expired. Collective bargaining agreement they consent decree that is the product of the State Attorney General's litigation him very public fights between the fraternal order of police that represents rank and file officers in Chicago and the mayors of Chicago a bit makes Chicago a bit of so we genera sort of situation so kind of stayed away from a lot of Chicago stories until the ship is right lighted there about but this one I think is really important enough that transcends local concern. So what's this case. All about Meta data truncated a very complicated history here In hopefully very short order so in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve the apple co-pay which as I mentioned represents those under the rank of sergeant in the Chicago? Police Department filed some grievances looking for the destruction in of disciplinary records. Older than five years. There was a clause in the collective bargaining agreement section. Eight point. Four if you're counting that is a purging clause ause and it says that all disciplinary records and that's lovingly spelled out in detail. What types of records they are disciplinarian very investigation files disciplinary History Card Entries Independent Police Review Authority and Internal Affairs Divisions Disciplinary Disciplinary Records and any other disciplinary record or summary of record all those things get destroyed at five years after the date of the incident and in two thousand eleven the F. O. P. is saying hey you're not destroying these files the city's answer is well? We stopped destroying those files twenty years ago and we stopped destroying them in nineteen ninety one after a federal court. DOC in a civil rights case ordered us to stop destroying a particular type of file known as a Complaint Register File Ohio well and arbitrator finally gets around a hearing this two thousand and eleven two thousand twelve grievances violent gets around to hearing them in two thousand sixteen and the arbitrator fines that the city violated the collective bargaining agreement by not purging old disciplinary disciplinary records but instead of imposing a remedy the arbitrator directs the parties to meet and attempt to come up with a procedure for compliance. Well that props immediately a letter from the US Attorney's office which was then conducting a federal civil rights investigation into the Chicago Police Department and the AG's office sense a sense a letter to the city saying for purposes of our investigation city. You must preserve all documents related complaints of misconduct that potts the case back to the arbitrator. Who issues a second opinion saying that because doj a demanded that the city preserves the records? He's not going to award the destruction of the records because it would be against in public policy and then the arbitrator clarifies award a few months later and says okay. It's against public. Put policy to destroy these records but only so long asked. The Department of Justice has an active investigation. Gatien once its investigation is done then. We have something that we can talk about. Well you know where this is going right. At the Department of Justice winds up its investigation in January of two thousand seventeen one of the things the DOJ says in its report is that this purging clause in the collective bargaining agreement. Impairs the investigation of older misconduct and Would block the the effective monitoring of historical patterns of misconduct so DOJ attacking this purging clause as. Well there's a local police Accountability Accountability Task Force. That's for it. Also concludes that the Persian clauses problematic and in its judgment likely violates L. Illinois law but that arbitrators opinions saying look my award only Sansa longest the DOJ's investigation and is still active. That arbitrators opinion is still hanging out there after the DOJ has concluded its report the report and so the city sues the F. O. P. A. to seek an award from the court finding that they arbitrator's here's decision is non. Enforceable acid is in the city's argument violative of public policy and the Eleanor. Court of Appeals. Of Grease the court says look we can find public policy here very easily. It's in the public records laws..
"july 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"Information System. My name is well Aitchison and I'll be your host for the next forty five minutes or an in our her so fair warning. This one is going to be closer to an hour. Because there's been a lot of stuff going on But I'll be your hostess. We go over recent recent developments in the public safety workplace. And I've got a lot to talk to you about We have yet one more case dealing with whether or not an employer has to accommodate somebody's disability in a way that violates a seniority clause in a collective bargaining marketing agreement. We have yet another case about whether a public safety employer has to reasonably accommodate a disability by having light duty jobs for for employees ease. I'm GonNa talk to a little bit about The Iowa Supreme Court's decision on the constitutionality of the changes is in Iowa's public employee. Bargaining law changes that for most public employees in Iowa reduce the number of bargaining topics topics to one wages. And I'll also talk about a very interesting case that comes to us. Courtesy of the Chicago Police Department on whether or or not an arbitrator's opinion can legally order the destruction of disciplinary records. As an issue that comes up from time to time and this court has I think a pretty strong view of it but before I do any of that stuff for I talk about any of those things. I hate to have to do this again. But I've gotTA talk about social media remember last month's podcast. I talked to you about the plain view project. This is the project from really headed by one law firm in Philadelphia to go out there and gather the social media posts of law enforcement officers in eight. Different jurisdictions cities like Phoenix and Saint Louis in Philadelphia Alfio and the light and to try to identify to try to figure out using pretty sophisticated search tool what are not people who claim to be law enforcement. Officers could a be verified as in fact being law enforcement officers through looking get public records and if so be whether they'd been posting inflammatory and stupid stuff on social media The fallout from the plain view. Project has been profound That newspaper articles in the last week represent that there are now thousands of law enforcement officers in this country who are under investigation by their departments internal affairs for social media. Posts turned up by the plain view. Project that thousand seems high to me. I'm not but there's no way to verify that one way or the other. That's not so much what I WanNa talk to you about what I WanNa talk to you about is I as I warned last month on the plane view project isn't the end of it. They're going to be other people doing this. And the newest one doing it is an outfit called repeal a deal and you can get to reveal by going to reveal news dot org on the Internet reveal styles Elsa Self as the Center for investigative reporting and they have some very good podcast and and they do really legitimate investigative estimate of reporting on a lot of different issues things like environmental contamination. And the light. Well they turn their efforts to police police officers and social media posts and here's the way reveal Poses the issue or what it is. They dead On their web page they said and I'm quoting we loaded roughly one million names into a database from two different kinds signs of groups. We identified on facebook extremist groups and police groups and we asked a simple question. Jim How many people were members of at least one extremist facebook group and at least one police ace group and they describe at loving lengthen their webpage. How in fact they want about doing this and of course they turned turned up hundreds of names of law enforcement officers from around the country? What sort of groups confederate groups The kothe keepers. This is not the promise keepers but oath keepers militias groups. That are very clearly early racist in orientation groups that Have very clear anti-muslim orientation you can imagine what the groups are And now they have posted the names of all those law enforcement officers and there's investigations INC started by departments around the country of those officers. I've got to say at one more time. There is no such thing as a private social media post. I don't care if you're in a private group private firefighters group or corrections officers group or police group. I don't care if it says private there is no such thing as a private social media post and it just tears me two pieces to see law enforcement officers. Some of whom have decades long careers ears finding their jobs at risk for these posts they make in casual and unguarded moments. And it's just gotTa stop and you know what we have to be the ones to stop it. We has again. I'm repeating myself from last month and then management labour. We have to be the ones SOP. But if you're management this has to be a topic of training time and time and time again and if you're a union this has to be a topic of communication with your members time and time again. It's tough enough out there being public safety officer under any circumstances let's not add this additional layer of risk to the mix. You thought it was hard for law enforcement officers to sue prosecutors for wrongful placement on Brady List it just got a bit harder better Thanks to a combination of what appears to be a little bit of a spitting contest between two high ranking supervisors in a sheriff's Department Department and one of the more obscure amendments we have to the Federal Constitution. What's this all about? Well we we have two main players in all of this actually three but two in the Shallan county Washington Sheriff's Department one is Mike Harris who is the chief of patrol and the second is John Wise more Harris's boss who was the under sheriff at the time I'm all of these events occurred. You probably already know how this case is gonNA come out right if you have a dispute between the under under sheriff and the Chief of patrol well round one. In any case went to Harris the chief of patrol He was investigating missing. uh-huh sixteen rifle that the county had purchased from the army army It turns out Harris. Learns that wise`more his boss had signed signed documents indicating that the ripe was in the armory but range masters couldn't find it and then they followed the rabbit trail l. and tried to figure out whether the rifle had been destroyed but that was no documentation that the rifle had been destroyed and in early. Two thousand thousand fourteen Harris size a report regarding the rifle that designates the rifle as missing or stolen with Fingers kind of gently pointing in wise. Moore's direction enter round. Two Harris. HAS IT turns out has been a drug recognition expert and instructor for many years. He has a private business. It's called Bosco Training. Where where he uses his drug recognition expertise to teach classes outside of the sheriff's department now in February of two two thousand fourteen right after he submits this report that gently points a finger at wise more on February? Two Thousand Fourteen Harris asked ask for new drugs to be supplied from the evidence locker at the sheriff's Office for his use in teaching a drug classy return them of course however however the sheriff's departments rules require or provide that no drugs can be checked out of the evidence locker for private business purposes purposes. When Harris gets the drugs wise more begins an investigation into Harris with respect back to his intended use of the drugs and within a no kidding no fooling nine days of the time? I'm wise more opens the investigation. That sheriff tells Harris that he thought that Harris had lied in his email In an email email about his utilization of sheriff's office drugs for his bride as private business. And the sheriff gave Harris a choice. Either you voluntarily on terribly demote to the position of sergeant or I'm going to Demote you Harris very quickly decides he's going to involuntarily demote and as a result no I a investigation was ever performed however enter party number Knbr three Chalan county prosecuting attorney Doug Shea and he learns of all of this. There is no indication as to how he learned of all of this but he learned of all of it. Small town Washington here and he puts Harris on his Brady list. Evan there's never been an internal affairs investigation. There's never been any finding. That Harris lied. He puts him on his Brady list. And then somehow somehow the local newspaper. It's not explained how learns that Harris has been placed on the Brady List and publishes pushes an Article And by the end of the year in two thousand fourteen. There's all sorts of new accusations in the sheriff's I department. It was alleged that Harris had violated overtime rules that required eight hours of rest between shifts. For example this is really petty stuff now is not the department fires Harris but by this time. He's a sergeant which means he's got to protection of Union contract and his union challenges the termination decision in arbitration and an arbitrator says No just cause termination and orders his. Reinstatement he comes back to work in two thousand sixteen and he's still will on the Brady List and here comes our lawsuit hair sues shea among other people claiming that his due process process rights were violated by his placement on the Brady list. His argument is that is liberty rights we have the due process The two follow are chosen. Trade and profession says turn one of the many liberty rights we have protected by the fifth and fourteenth amendments to the Constitution. Harris's saying before you take away my liberty right by putting me on my Brady list On the Brady list which effectively deprived me of the ability to be a police officer. You had to give me a herring and he also claims that Shays placement end of him on the Brady list. required a Prior Notice Representation or some sort of hearing because his property operative rights were being impacted and that goes to a federal court judge. Shay doesn't defend on the merits. Instead Shea a defense on a procedural ground enter our obscure amendment to the Constitution the eleventh amendment to the Constitution Constitution immediate pop quiz here. What's the eleventh amendment? The constitution it is a provision. I think of it as kind side of the state immunity provision in the constitution it forbids lawsuits in federal court against a state. or It's agency unless the state consents to the lawsuit so rule of immunity from lawsuits in federal court Harasses answer to this as well. Yeah I understand the Eleventh Amendment But Shea is the Shallan County prosecutor. He's not a prosecutor for the state of Washington. So the Eleventh Amendment does not apply why and the Federal Court says that's wrong the Eleventh Amendment Shields Shave from the lawsuit And what what does How does the court analyze this region? Missed four sentences. From the court's opinion the court says the night circuit is held. The district attorney's are state officers when exercising their prosecutorial functions. uh-huh parenthetical note from me here. this is why. When you see the title of criminal cases you see it being state of Washington or state of Ohio versus defendant Okay back to the court. Sticks evaluating witnesses credibility determining what constitutes brady material and decisions on whether to use police officers a witness are prosecutorial functions and we conclude that the action of placing Harris on a brady list. By Shea on behalf of the prosecutor's Office office was performed on behalf of the state and therefore harasses due process claims with respect to being placed on the Brady List are barred by the Eleventh Amendment And as I mentioned at the outset of the segment of the podcast it's just virtually impossible to sue a prosecutor for wrongful placement on the Brady list. Not only do you have this eleventh amendment notion but much more importantly you have the whole doctrine of prosecutorial immunity. The only only relief that has been successful for law enforcement officers. Who believe they have been wrongfully placed on? The Brady List is to petition a court for removal from a Brady last seen decision from the New Hampshire. I'm sure Supreme Court doing precisely that that appears to be the only avenue for relief. Let's move move over to Washington. DC FOR BET Talk about an issue that pops up from time to time and that's the relationship between the obligation on the employer has to reasonably accommodate a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act and seniority. What happens when the obligation Gatien to reasonably accommodate a disability collides with a seniority based system? This case involves a sergeant with with The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Police Department. Her name is Natasha. McIntyre McIntyre work the day shift which Achie- and Metro runs from six. AM TO TWO PM. In Two thousand sixteen she turned up hot on a drug test. Which revealed the presence of amphetamines remains? It turns out McIntyre had been prescribed. The drug adderall to treat her. ADHD and McIntyre won. The drug test came back positive. Contacted Metro and said I'd like some reasonable accommodations. Here's my letter from my doctor. And and what did McIntyre's doctor recommend. He recommended six. Thanks one frequent performance reviews and regular feedback to written instructions and email reminders. Three advice on breaking down large projects into smaller. The pieces for this is where it's going to get good approval prescription drug use.
"july 2019" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Got In the low mid and they change the cash right for the second consecutive month dropping the cash right damn on other twenty five basis points now that was reasonably well signalled even now some economists still thought that I may white until August now what is their agenda well if you look at the minutes and also a couple of speeches made by the senior executives inside the Reserve Bank over the last month or so. It's very clear they are going off to unemployment. I want to move the unemployment right down into the low fours now. Why are they doing that well? Their argument is spare capacity in the employment. Market is actually impacting why you just growth now why just gross then they're not going to get economic growth I roll and they're also not going to get any inflationary pressure. So that is the big news story here they have really set out their agenda to go after unemployment and so <hes> this could mean further right cut throughout the course of this year and into the new until I get that unemployment right Dan and that spare capacity in the marketplace mood and then ultimately we can start to say that wide flowing through in which means naturally log everything consumer spending the whole story gets better and better as that rolls out now. Let's go globally firstly before we get into the domestic economy the big news stories to the Tri tensions between the U._S. and China so we have seen some reports come out in this past month. One notably from the World Bank which talked about the trade tensions is going to impact global G._D._p.. By point three of of one percent now that is a significant number so we locked to say that that gets sorted out as soon sooner rather than later we did see some positive tweets coming out from president trump in regards to he's meeting with the President of China in regards adds to the positive talks that are moving through so hopefully we'll see some more resolutions in regards that and that's that's really the global story when we get into the Australian story will stop with G._D._p.. So we did say the March quarter numbers. Come out so <hes> growth for the March quarter point four of one percent which meant that the annual pace of growth in the economy has dropped from two point four percent now down to one point eight percent now. That's the slowest right of growth in our economy since two thousand and nine so again you can see the reason why the Reserve Bank is trying to get stimulus back into the economy now. This is in y Dan in in most respects really by the consumer sector and that sort of housing downturn that that's been playing out since two thousand and seven eight then we move onto the unemployment story. The unemployment story looks like this so we saw unemployment right in my steady at five point two percent and so we did see from positive point of view forty two thousand three hundred jobs created and this is the strongest in the past twelve months. That's a good news story. The other interesting stories is the participation right so coming back to what we were talking talking earlier about in terms of the spare capacity when now starting to say the participation right at sixty six percent which is the highest it's ever been in terms of people looking to get employment so there's positives and negatives with that in terms of that additional introduction more people looking for work still case that spare capacity in the marketplace so hints. There's more work to the for the to do in regards to that on a negative point of view I think in the only thing that was negative in the unemployment numbers was was the pot on right was actually thirty nine thousand eight hundred new jobs created and a fulltime was only two thousand four hundred jobs but that was the my number and again. We had an election during that month so that's something to look at. Are they want turn our attentions now over to the retail spending so we have seen retail spending. which is the April number so it's it's a guy lag daughter? I think it's important to know this April. We had Easter School Holidays <hes> some unser at the start of the federal election campaigning going on so we saw retail spending negative point one for the month and that's the second time it's full and in the last five months you think about that that doesn't quite Mike Central because does ultimately growing population more people. You don't like to say retail spending in contraction sites so the annual pice has now dropped from three point five percent in March down to two point eight percent in April over to. The private sector credit growth and we saw some very wake daughter in my they're just a point two of one percent increase bringing the overall increase for the year at three point six percent now. This is a guy in a very wake number and it's the weakest has been for over six years so more work to be done in this area across the three sixes too so we actually saw a week credit growth in business and in housing and also impersonal credits so that would also be plying on the minds of our regulators and also our politicians in regards to getting the economy moving we move on now to consumer sentiment in June so down from one I one point three down to do one hundred point seven so that was also despite that I write cut so a suspect once a guy in the eye has seen that right Kat and said it's not flowing through shit so that's the reason why they push for this immediate sick and right cut in July consumers are really still worried about the I roll economy. That's what we saw coming out in regards to that consumer sentiment survey when it comes to the business sentiment survey which is made Outta <hes> so we saw business conference now this was a shopping prudent post-election so we did see that move from zero reading to a plus seven post-election and that's the high suspending ten months so you can see a business people do want consistency that I want to make sure that there is clarity around the future direction of policy and was saying that bounce also positive we sold the unemployment indexing side that <hes> that service from NABP moving from a negative one to a plus two and then the that that was also a positive story on the negative side <hes> the business condition index <hes> which was sitting at three has moved down to zero so the <hes> the result in April was plus three when down to zero and I think that he's also a consequence of people sort of saying how pull the economy has been operating in the first three to four months of the new calendar year side now. That leads me into one of the big observations in saw this business serve. I and it's something that he's colliding into results that was saying now just released yesterday from coal logic and that big band was these so when the question was asking saw that survey if I time to buy index so the time to buy index increase by one point eight percent to a reading of one hundred sixteen point nine now any rating about one hundred is optimistic any rating below one hundred is pessimistic but he's the Big Guan House price expectations so house price expectations rise increase by twenty two point seven. I came from a reading of eighty nine point seven so as a mistake think about house prices <hes> back in April has now bounced incredibly to one hundred and nine point seven so and that's has process expectation so people think the value of their properties will grow and that is the perfect segue into the cold logic data that we've just received <hes> yesterday and that did show for the first time that has prices in Sydney grew bought point one of one percent saint so still down for the quarter so Dan for the quarter negative one point one but positive growth melvin all side positive growth for the month so it grew by point two of one percent so the quarterly result for aw Melvin is is negative point six of one percent so that means that since July of two thousand seventeen which was the pick of the Sydney market. We've now say now I growth month in regards to Melvin the peak of the Melbourne market was November seventeen with now saying out I pick month now. Overall nationally was still down negative point two of one percent and I wrote for the quarter were down one percent and overall nationally annualized with still down six point nine percent but fundamentally damn by out two biggest cities so when we do to wrap up of the other the other centres Brisbane down negative point six at ally Dan negative eighty point five Perth Down Nigga point seven for the month Hobart positive point to Dow and Dan Negative Point Non Camera Dan negative point nine side combined capital cities is negative point one combined regional sanders. San Is negative point four giving us our IRO national negative point two story but this is June like one month after the federal election and what was saying with right cut starting the fly through we do know that the buys are on the ground. We do see a auction clearance rights improving so we could say further improvement in July now I anticipated that we would be flat or positive by August September it could be even early in that. We could say positive proscribed ascribes story as early as July of this year but one thing's for sure way are definitely moving in the right direction there so when we get to that stage what's going ultimately happen is people's confidence will return and hopefully so will consumer spending this week also sees the return of the forty-six Federal Parliament of Australia and the big agenda autumn that we do need to see from an economic point of view is the tax cuts so we want to see these tax <unk> Scott's past as quick as possible through the House of rips and then through the Senate that is going to provide for the stimulus to the economy and hopefully get retail spending and consumer confidence moving in the right direction and that will be an interesting story story here now finish on a couple of points firstly. I want to say what is interesting about the decision to go to go aggressively after unemployment and try and lift the real wages in this nation is that from their observations around what apper deed in regards to impacting credit policy and also now effectively giving them a second latest so I'm now calling this a top down lever so now the I has confidence that I have a top Dan Leyba Leyva in regards to APPA so apo we'll have the ability to control credit whereas traditionally monetary policy was a bottom up later that would allow to bring cash into the economy so now the I._B.. I can bring cash into the economy but you can start to see apper applying a bigger role in controlling property values so lanes that that money can be cheaper for business for personal..