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"june 16" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"For independent artists. Gabrielle via his work inherently a reflection of his identity. I can't help it. Everything i do just loaded with my culture. I think that's interesting. And i don't resist it but at the same time. I'm not thinking about it. Consciously for over twenty years via has subconsciously explored his mexican american heritage through drawings paintings and most recently sculptures poultry depending on the point of view. That's being seen like socially and globally and also like in what type of a story line it's being delivered. Sometimes you know it can come across as the immigration experience or it can come across as a stereotype or can come across as a you know. They stick all latino artists into boxes. That kind of thing. I want to challenge those notions and at the same time i want to celebrate them via acknowledges those challenges and celebrations by creating works that offer social critiques or by telling personal narratives but that isn't always the case. My ceramics in my opinion are much more fluid and as i kept following the process of the ceramic pieces. They started to become less and less narrative which is a bit different. It's a it's a bit of a departure and they're at the core. I think there a celebration of the creative process. Part of my favorite thing about making art is trying to tap into something. That's not obvious to me. And i started to like really discover. Like how can i push my own boundaries of crete inform and like what can like the the imagination revealed to me. I'm like most artists visas. Work isn't reflective of a particular style. My work challenges people. I don't think it's easy. I don't think it's an easy see. I think you have to really stand in front of my work and try to not find the answers trying to figure out what the artist is trying to communicate but my work is there a bit of a the pays or sometimes what i call her head scratchers. Things really only one thing via seems to hope people find. I would like viewer to get an ocean. Also this is something that i think about a lot is like what does american art looked like like what does really american contemporary american art looks like. Well it looks like this. I mean to me even though. It has a heavy latino mexican american perspective. But that's that's an american story for chicago tonight. I'm angel edo and you can see the metamorphosis of gabrielle via at the hyde park art center until july twenty fourth. Still to come on chicago tonight. A rare syndrome linked to kids with covid. Nineteen infections is more likely to occur in some children than others. We share the details of new story. Study i will not sign a bill that does not match. The gravity of this moment are spotlight politics team latest out of springfield and chicago city hall. And game of thrones author. George r martin on some of his upcoming projects and getting an honorary northwestern doctorate fifty years after graduating. But i some more of today's top stories. Us congressman bobby. Rush says his calls for new postmaster in congo have finally been heated in a statement rush. Says he learned that eddie morgan. Junior has replaced outgoing chicago. Postmaster wanda prater on june twelfth rush said he pleaded with the us postal service to change leadership after more than one hundred and fifty postal routes went undelivered in chicago. In may and another twenty to sixty routes were only partially delivered students at illinois institute of technology. We'll have a new president starting in mid august. The school has named its first indian. American president in rauch embody estrin body is currently serving as dean of the business school at northeastern university in boston and replaces outgoing president alan chrome and if you're planning to spend some time downtown. This summer you'll notice. State street is looking at different. Because part of it will be closed. The city announces the dates for sunday's on state part of a series of summer events downtown to draw.

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"june 16" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"We want to welcome to new members of the nbc news family. Our correspondent gotti schwartz and wife. Kimi tobin welcoming their first baby curious at suco on tuesday and chief white house correspondent kristen welker and has been john hughes celebrating the arrival of air. I baby margo lane welker over the weekend. Everyone is said to be doing well. Our congratulations to both families. And i'll be back with some final thoughts on this historic day. Some final thoughts before we go tonight until lately by necessity. We've all been communicating from afar. And we know often that subtleties and nuances. Get lost or misunderstood. What we sometimes crave is proximity in the end. That's what summits are about. Proximity we know that presidents biden and putin sat down today with full understanding issues and the positions each had staked out but seeing the handshake as bookstore as it was watching them. Come i'd i taking measure of the other. One couldn't help but wonder could they. Would they reach an understanding. Or would it be a mere photo op. There is no reason to believe that because they met the world is any safer or any less safe than it was yesterday. Each had aversion to share with reporters about their meeting today and those words and characterizations will be thoroughly examined from all angles as we process what the lasting impact of. This summit will be chances. Are it won't be worth shaking but perhaps it will be a lot more than just a handshake and a photo beds. Nightly news for this wednesday in geneva. Thank you for watching everyone. I'm lester holt. Please take care of yourself and each other good.

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"june 16" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Issues. Like used to say nick. So how does that count as you don't understand that can later. President biden apologize for that answer and was asked again about what was gained here. If you're in my position would say well. I don't think man anything happens. It's going to be really. I think it'd be bad those value to be realistic and put on Optimistic fun an optimistic face. Let's bring in peter alexander in andrea mitchell. Who are both here with me in geneva. Peter start with you once the white house position and how this went yeah. Lesser president biden is making the argument that he accomplished his goals on this trip. Restoring america's leadership and its alliances and that he directly confronted vladimir putin saying he is not against russia he is four. The american people still. This summit also revealed serious disagreements. The white house goes home unable to tout any significant tangible progress on russia. The president says we'll see what happens but his critics are gonna hold very tight timeline andrea. What did we learn about. Joe biden on his first trip as president abroad. This is the joe biden. Renew from the senate and from the white house he said before heading home. That foreign policy is not some secret. Code is all about personal relationships so he let them know exactly where he stands on. Russian cyberattacks on ukraine on alexei navalny. And he's set down some clear lines. The only problem is if there is another russian hack. Is he prepared to take action. And at the end of the day he putin are no closer to agreeing on much of anything. Right andrea and peter. Thanks to both of you. Let's bring in cure simmons who interviewed vladimir putin ahead of today summit care. What's the reaction in russia. Less the russian media is portraying president putin as a statesman and the summit as historic television networks praising putin even tough questions at his news conference from us reporters but his own says were predictable. Same man who we met inside the kremlin defensive and blaming america. The question tonight as president putin arrives home here in moscow. President biden's personal touch and warnings have any long term impact. Lester cure simmons. Thanks in just sixty seconds that brutal heat wave in the west when will it end and concern increasing about the delta corona virus variant and. Why so many are still not getting vaccinated. Remember the feeling you got as a kid getting tucked into bed or the feeling you get now in the arms of somebody love safe. Insecure is a feeling of security. That only comes through human connection. And that's why the people had simply safe home. Security are so important of course. Simplisafe has an award-winning system. That has all the technology belton whistle. You'd expect these days but the people at simplisafe really take it to the next level there around the clock anytime.

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"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Stake with the rest of the term. Very short live weeks. Not months ahead of us. Yeah we've got seventeen more decisions. We expect you argue paces which should be noted is. We're going to have the second. Us decisions to argue cases since it seems sixty two. That's an interesting development. That doesn't get enough attention. Obviously we're you know we're we're not up for big position on the aca. There's a major religious liberty case out of philadelphia There's i think an under the radar but really important voting rights case out of arizona. We're going to get all this decision sometime between now and july now. Jonathan rundown those. You persuaded me. Daca for conservatives who hope it is a reversal of the famous. Robert's decision What what are you predicting on these three cases in why well i on the aca. The afc will not be struck down. The real question is how they get their on religious liberty case in philadelphia. The catholic service organization will win. The question is whether or not the supreme court overturns the smith decision which would increase the scrutiny that has applied to government policies that have the effect of excluding religious organizations or or discriminating against religious organizations. So that's what that's what i predict. They're voting rights case. I think similar arizona's laws in my view a rule against About harvesting and A rule on how unbound when ballots are thrown out for being catching the wrong precinct. I think those provisions will be upheld as not being violations of the voting rights. Act the real question is how far the court goes in narrowing. The extent of scrutiny is applied to state measures that are challenged the voting rights act. Now do you agree with those guesses and by the way for the audience The religious freedom restoration act is not a prohibition on getting to smith in the philadelphia case. Because it's a city regulation not a federal. Go ahead steve. What are your predictions. And do you agree or disagree with johnson. I don johnson's right. The devils are gonna be in the details and the aca. How much up the statutes do they ever If they find individual mandate to now be unconstitutional Do they go after smith etc. So you know she likes him. The key is not. The bottom line is but the specifics. I think that's also stressed in two other related points closer than a look at the next couple of weeks of the be all end all of the term. I actually think we've already had was probably the most important decision. The court handed down this term in sort of pure docked finals firms Which is the free. Exercise clause case the court decided on a shadow docket involved in california's of in-home gathering with restrictions. And the other piece. You is you know this term is going to be a big deal next hermit shaping up to be a blockbuster i mean we've already got grants on the second amendment on pretty frontal assault on roe. You know the court. Just ask the federal government. The other day to weigh in on this really high-profile harvard affirmative action case. So i think you know this time next year. We're going to be underwater with major supreme court decisions and the right up to the twenty twenty two bitter. I agree with that by the way. That's why i don't think stephen briers retiring it'll be the most consequential term of the last twenty jonathan. We look forward on the harvard case. I m praying that they grant cert on my alma maters practices. I don't know that they will asking the biden. Justice department was clever because it makes them get on the record when otherwise they might have just blame the trump administration. What do you think happens there. i think the court is probably likely to take it but i think it will be a while. I don't think it's going to be part of next term. I think it'll probably get onto the following term. I think between guns and abortion the justice justice might think you're dealing with enough red meat for a single term next year steve. What i i think using harvard as the platform as opposed to your own university where you're teaching and ut was the last time round on this issue of affirmative action. John roberts is ready to do this. Heat declared it seattle. The answer to the ritual discrimination is to stop using racial discrimination. I think he's probably at the bit. What are you convinced you because of that all important public private system i mean the the theory on which policies are illegal as opposed to unconstitutional requires a very different line of legal analysis about the relevant federal statutes As opposed to in the seattle case you know in michigan cases. Before chief justice roberts joined the court where we're talking about the meaning of the equal protection clause. So i guess you know. I'm i'm not as Sort of convinced That the court would be taken this stripe down all even private university. Affirmative action policies I do think that you know the the one message that monday's action calling for the views of the acting solicitor. General clearly said is that this is not just a case. they're gonna you know duck. They're really interested even if they're willing to stretch it out a couple years last quick question. I must compliment tour both just as good as but faster than eastman shimmeran scale of that. I love speed speed. Doesn't kill it thrills. A radio audience does brier retire. Jonathan alder No i think he wants one. More year steve vladeck is briar retire.

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"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"It's westbury and he promised today in six and a half minutes to explain m. n. t. modern monetary theory brian. Good luck you have the floor. Well first of all. It's not mata it's not monetary and. It's not really a hearing tom. But it has a halloween name. What it what it says. The government especially government like the united states with the world's reserve currency can borrow as much money as it wants and spend it and as much money as in one with really no downside like and and that's why i say it's not bad it's not monetary and it's not very because this is never worked believe me. Governments have tried it Over centuries and centuries. I'm actually And and it always leads to devaluation of the currency inflation and misery for the population. I guess the latest example of this you know venezuela and if you look at the hyperinflation that is in venezuela it has been a disaster for that Society that country wall street journal. This morning warns brian about the fed again. Refusing to take inflation into account under modern monetary. Theory is it not just the reserve currency that is considered to be invulnerable to overproduction of it. Exactly which means they would. Basically what they're saying is that is that her duck in that economy will keep up with money printing because in the end the value of a dollar so a l. Act like a professor here for a second if you have ten apples and ten dollars and that's your economy. Then each apple costs a dollar if you increase the number of dollars to. Let's say twenty but you still only have ten apples now. Each apple cost two dollars. And that's place well. If the number of apple's increases to twenty as well so in other words output keeps up with money printing then you d chapel still cost a dollar rights or your twenty apples twenty dollars double but that's the that's the wish you know that's what comes out. That's what's not theory. There is no proof that if you just print money that outlet or the number of apples or the number of services that economy produces grows at all and in fact yesterday we saw this. We're giving all this money to people retail sales what people spend Are there. that's that's up eighteen percent from february before kobe so so from february of twenty twenty through may twenty twenty one up eighteen percent industrial production in the united states. What we produce has actually declined by one point four percent and a lot of that has to do with the fact that we're printing all this money and then giving it people to people to spend In other words there or you know. Henry ford increase. The pay of his workers do five dollars a day. First of all he had a tough time keeping work then raising their pay help but second of all by giving them five dollars a day. They buy what they produce. Well today. what we're doing is we're giving money to people to buy things that they don't produce and and there because they're not working because they get paid that's where and so. That's where this is awful apart when you print free money and start handing it out It it makes it feel like get something for nothing but in the end the price we pay is inflation and a decline in living standards because of this growth in government. And i believe you're apples. Example is best understood as being replicated in the real world in housing prices and in crypto currency all. This money's got to go somewhere. They're going into long term assets value. And they're going into speculation. You agree with that brian. yeah. I think that's absolutely right but it's also happening and minorities like it it just about everything. I mean the lumber prices you build a house these days you you need to get the two by fours delivered in a brinks truck. They're so expensive. That fell yesterday. Lumber began to adjust yesterday hoarders began to put their supply. But that's a limited price. Drop because there's only so much hoarded. Yeah that's that's exactly right. It's just temporary and so the problem is when you get all of this money built treatments oldest too much money chasing too few goods That would be too few houses you know. In this case the ban for crypto currency rises relative to its production that too much money raises the the price of everything back in.

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"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

08:23 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"What's your reaction to the largest incursion into at taiwan airs payers airspace ever by the chinese communist party while simultaneously. We were having hearing on the armed services committee with the chief of naval operations comment on the marine corps. The acting secretary of the navy. And i asked all of them. Whether they agreed with admiral. Davidson's recent assessment that the piel could make a move on taiwan within the next six years and they all agree so our highest naval officers are telling us that the situation in taiwan is growing more dire More urgent by the day in the p. l. a. sabre-rattling. I think is going to continue to get worse as our adversaries. Perceive there to be a period of opportunity where they can test american deterrence and potentially get away with something as ambitious in bold as a factual the unification of taiwan with the mainland i would also highlight a recent piece in foreign affairs by oriana schuyler mastro called the taiwan temptation in which he lays out all the reasons why she could actually make a move on taiwan some of the recent messaging from high level. He allay officers all of these things. I think are conspiring debris to create a situation in which as american deterrence collapses as america projects weakness on the world stage She thinks he can get away with something very very dire and if indeed he's successful i mean that would that would completely undermine. Us credibility throughout the entire world. So this is a very dangerous situation. All the more reason why we need to get serious about building the navy. The budget we have from the biden administration is a joke The officials we had in front of the armed services committee yesterday admitted that we're going to get anywhere near three hundred fifty five ships under this budget. We're actually the amount of money by two billion that we're using to build warships. Were doing some very logical things right now we are. We are underfunding defense at the time. We're finding money for every domestic discretionary priority under the sun and it should not surprise us adversaries testing us in taiwan and in other places around the world now matt cotton any was on in the two segments. Go arguing that the way to act against china for their cover up of the virus which killed probably Millions as a result of their cover up is to the three suggestions. I don't think we're in a strip sovereign immunity. And i don't believe we're impose a carbon tax but we can increase aid to taiwan including missile defense and increasingly. We've got increased. The submarine fleet in the south china sea. That's why the nato statement encouraged me. and i. i want to give props team biden. When i can. They said let's bring nato into the south china sea note from retired marine corps general. Say they can't help us there. Well they've got between thirty. And forty submarines not counting the uk submarines which i assume patrol the south china sea. Anyway if there is an attempted move on taiwan and it's actually opposed it will be up to the submarine fleet to do something about it. If the decision is made unlikely as it might be that the biden administration would with arms any move on taiwan. don't we want submarines in the south. China sea congressman we do. It's our most survivable asset and particularly if you assume that our communications particularly are are exquisite communications satellite. Communications would be degraded in any sort of high end conventional. Fight all the more reason. Why subs are important. Important that the ability to do things in the absence of such communications. And i too welcome. Any enhanced cooperation with our allies Particularly comes to our naval presence in the pacific. I just would say even the most efficient use of existing resources both our resources as well as allied resources aren't going to be sufficient to this task. It is going to require an investment. It is going to require us building out our navy in concert with our allies in right now the department of defense the biden administration have simply not done that. They have not submitted a seer. Budget that is serious about confronting china right now. So while i welcomed the nato statement And i welcome more of our allies putting assets in the pacific. We're going to have to build more ships particularly not only subs but smaller ships. The frigate is absolutely critical. The incoming secretary of the navy should be concerned. Confirm del toro needs to understand that his legacy his success or failure will be determined by the success or failure of the frigate program. We need that on budget. We need that on time. We don't need the navy. Adding a bunch of requirements in changing a bunch of requirements is a proven design. We need to get it out there in the fleet in. Finally we need to get. We need to take advantage of the fact that we're no longer bound by the strictures of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty infield intermediate range ground-launched missiles throughout the first island chain in field. The small teams of marines at the comment has been talking about with force designed for the last four years so It's critical time. Just quickly you on your note about china. I would note that. I think the biden and the communicate we got out of the g seven about the. Who investigating origin of the virus is a joke. The who is not going to suddenly rediscover its credibility and do a transparent investigation. It's up to us in concert with some key allies. The australians the breads and others to lead this investigation. I hope this ninety day intelligence review reveals something somewhat skeptical. We're going to need the lead in independent investigation. We can't rely upon thoroughly corrupted. Who to do that. Investigation worldwide stick on hardware. For a moment congressman. Because i think you can plus up the defense budget. And if in fact earmarks comeback you can work to actually get your democratic senator to work with you to send more frigates up to your facilities in wisconsin and open up a second frigate assembly line whether it's on the mississippi or the ohio or anywhere else that they can build these because it seems to me that three classes of ship we need our carriers obviously for a lot of different things beside china deterrence. But we need those guided missile frigates and and just copying what china did for the last thirty years which is an area. Denial access to niles. Strategy you need submarines missile ships porcupine ships. You're making them in wisconsin. They can be made elsewhere. But we need a legion of those and we need a legion of submarines. I believe there's only one submarine in the budget. And i don't believe they've accelerated the acquisition of the second frigate and we should be turning out tens of frigates submarines every year. I agree at destroyers are also critical to one system we've proven that we can build pretty reliably We we need to be building or those. My colleague elaine. Lauria had a great segment pointing out inconsistencies in the budget. Yesterday i have a lot of for autonomous systems going forward whether they're autonomous surface vessels or whether they're underwater autonomous vessels. But we're still years away from that and so we can't just hunt all of our investments to the future and hope for some third offset to emerge suddenly technology's going to solve this problem. We need hardware in the field right now. Proven hardware in that subs. That's all surface combatants that's destroyers and then we need to fix the range of the carrier air wing. We've had a successful test of the so called twenty twenty-five refueling platform. That's promising but again. That's twenty twenty-five scenario. This hugh is the fundamental problem with. How the navy's approaching this all of our plans go out to twenty forty five. Were planning on a very distant scenario but the reality is we need to be planning on twenty twenty five scenario if not sooner twenty twenty two and when there are twenty twenty two and we need a crash program fielding a deterrent capability in a few years. Not you decade congressman. We're eight months away from the winter olympics eight months. And if i do the thing that's the that's the opening.

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"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Export its planned to display american because they're going to be decades and decades matt. This is not a short term deal. This is a some people. Don't like cold more to do you use the term new cold war second time it might last decades. But that's no reason to delay. No reason delay recognizing what's matthew continental. Thank you follow him on twitter at continental follow me to the next segment on the hugh hewitt show back america. I'm hugh hewitt. I am joined by congressman. Mike gallagher from the great state of wisconsin. Good morning congressman. Where do we find you today. You find me in washington dc hugh inside the beltway. You are back in your belinda. Last week at the nixon library in fact. And i'm glad you had a chance to go through. But you sent me a picture of you. In front of president. Nixon wearing number twelve. Why did you do that. Congressman what happens to be the number of that air rogers wears and so i just thought it was fitting that you'd be promoting the packers at the nixon library now. I'm sure this is where we pivot it to some joke. About how aaron rodgers. Main back to play for the packers. So let me just preempt you on that one q. It's a mess. Right now lambeau field. I fully recognized that but good old. Rn the number twelve like the big difference between yorba. Linda number twelve in green. Bay's number twelve. You know what that difference is not feeling. You're going to tell me right now. Nixon never quit. He always came back. He always went for it on fourth down. My i mean. There's a big difference. He always came back. He got knocked down. I'm ari came back. i'm ready to. I'm writing the greatest comeback right now. The the story of how aaron rodgers returned and won three superbowls twilight years that requires a contract and a quarterback. I just don't think all the excitement in cleveland. I'm telling you come on over now. Let's get serious. Because i got a lot to talk to you about yesterday..

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"june 16" Discussed on Up First

Up First

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on Up First

"Our president biden is spending several hours with russia's vladimir putin today along meeting but nobody thinks they'll run out of things to say biden's agenda ranges from attacks to human rights. What's in it for putin. I'm layla foulden. That steve inskeep and this is up. I from npr news President putin. But i'm not looking for conflict with russia but we will respond. Russia continues as far activities. President biden told us allies. That's the message he wants to give to putin. An analyst says putin has an entirely different message. but it's not for biden. He's trying to explain to the russian people why he vladimir putin should stand power definitely also israel says it attacked hamas targets in gaza. What's the reason for that. move by. Israel's three day old government. Stay with us as we have the news. You need to start your day Support for this podcast and the following message come from nature valley granola bars. Who believes the best energy comes from nature whether you want to relieve stress or reality is after a long day. Nature valley invites you to take in the outdoors starting with this nature break for more visit taken the outdoors dot com today. Joe biden becomes the latest in a string of us. Presidents to meet russia's longtime ruler vladimir putin on one side of the room is a president who's effectively run russia's two thousand on the other side is a veteran of half a century in the us government. Dating back to cold wartimes in essense biden is not going into the room alone. He spent the days before this summit meeting with us allies in part to coordinate their response to russia so whatever to the presidents. Have to talk about now. All things considered co-host. Mary louise kelley was at a previous summit with putin and a previous. Us president donald trump. She is in geneva now. Welcome good morning from geneva or.

"june 16" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

Cyber Security Headlines

02:47 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

"The code allows any would be cybercriminals to develop their own customized ransom or operation to include a custom command and control server encrypted file extension and contact email address sprinkled throughout the source code. Are russian comments that purportedly demonstrate the native language of the developer wants the customized ransomware is created affiliates can distribute this malware in their own campaigns to target victims critical remote code execution flaw in thousands of vm ware. V center servers remains untouched. The researchers have warned that thousands of internet facing vm. Ware v center servers still harbor critical vulnerabilities weeks after patches were released the funder abilities impact. Vm ware v. center server a centralized management utility as we reported last week vm. Ware issued patches for the two critical bugs see the e twenty twenty one dash two one nine eight five and cva twenty twenty one dash two one nine eight six on may twenty fifth vm. Ware said in a security advisory that this severe bug can be exploited so that threat actors can access the underlying operating system that hosts v. center server with quote unrestricted privileges and quote. It appears however that thousands of internet facing servers are still exposed and vulnerable to both of these vulnerabilities mystery. Malware steals twenty six million passwords and much more from windows. Pc's researchers have discovered yet another massive trove of sensitive data a one point two terabyte database containing log in credentials browser cookies autofill data and payment information extracted by malware that has yet to be identified. Researchers from nord locker said on wednesday the database contained twenty six million log in credentials. One point one million unique email addresses more than two million browser cookies and six point six million files. In some cases victims stored passwords in text files created with a notepad application. The stash also includes over one million images and more than six hundred and fifty thousand word and pdf files additionally. The malware made a screenshot after infected. The computer and took a picture using the devices webcam. The data was extracted between twenty eighteen and twenty twenty from more than three million. Pc's nord locker hasn't been able to identify where used in this case. Today's texas attorney general charged in thirty two bit eco-friendly server scam. The us sixty and exchange commission has charged. The ceo of texas super manufacturer server g. s. e. r. v. e. r. g. y. One of its board members and the state's attorney general with fraud over claims of revolutionary low-powered..

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Royal Caribbean Postpones Odyssey of the Seas' Sailing Date Delayed

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Royal Caribbean Postpones Odyssey of the Seas' Sailing Date Delayed

"Royal caribbeans. Odyssey of the seas will now sale later than planned from port everglades the vessel. I arrived into the us on june fourth in port canaveral to begin crew. Vaccinations at that time. Fourteen hundred crew members were pcr tests and for co before being vaccinated the crew then tested again on june tenth and eight tested positive. A statement from royal caribbean reason. Part quote an abundance of caution. We have made the decision to ask for all crew members to quarantine for fourteen days to ensure the health and safety of everyone. On board odyssey's inaugural voyage will now be on july thirty first instead of july third

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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04:23 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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02:44 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Enemy. Paul says she's not going anywhere. The leader of candidate green party survived a vote by the party's national council. Last night that would have started the process to remove her as leader. Disagreements within the party. Have been intensifying and ms. Paul is at the center of them. There's been infighting over. The party's position on the israeli palestinian conflict with ms paul being accused of not expressing enough solidarity with palestinians that prompted fredericton green. Mp genyk adleman to cross the floor to the liberals speaking to reporters today a defiant enemy. Paul had tough words for the liberals prime minister justin trudeau and for her own. Party's leadership when i became leader of the green party i inherited the current set of green councillors. Many of these counselors are deeply deeply committed to this mandate of transformation and diversity. Sadly though not all are a small group of councillors sought to force a vote of non confidence in my leadership. They did so with no substantial consultation with members represent. They produced a list of allegations allegations. That were so racist so sexists that they were immediately disavowed by both of our. Mp's as offensive and inflammatory and contrary to party ethics. And i thank our mp's for that. The plan of this small group of counselors who are on their way out did not succeed now a quick word about the liberal party of canada's role in this the liberal party of canada has demonstrated that it is hell bent on winning their majority at almost any cost to the prime minister justin trudeau. I say to you today. You are no ally and you are no feminists. How many times will we allow justin trudeau to get away with pushing strong competent capable women out of politics when they're seeking to serve. Today i am here to say that i am one woman that he will not push out of politics and he can believe it. Green party leader enemy paul today after a failed attempt by her party's national.

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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02:46 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Enemy. Paul says she's not going anywhere. The leader of canada's green party survived a vote by the party's national council. Last night that would've started the process to remove her as leader. Disagreements within the party have been. Intensifying and paul is at the center of them. There's been infighting over. The party's position on the israeli palestinian conflict with his paul being accused of not expressing enough solidarity with palestinians that prompted fredericton green. Mp genyk at one to cross the floor to the liberals speaking to reporters today a defiant enemy. Paul had tough words for the liberals prime minister justin trudeau and for her own. Party's leadership when i became leader of the green party i inherited the current set of green councillors. Many of these counselors are deeply deeply committed to this mandate of transformation and diversity. Sadly though not all are a small group of councillors sought to force a vote of non confidence in my leadership they did so with no substantive consultation with the members they represent they produced a list of allegations allegations that were so racist so sexists that they were immediately disavowed by both of our mp's as offensive and inflammatory and contrary to party. Ethics and i thank our. Mp's for that the plan of this small group of counselors. Who are on their way out. Did not succeed a quick word about the liberal party of canada's role in this. The liberal party of canada has demonstrated that it is hell bent on winning their majority at almost any cost to the prime minister. Justin trudeau i say to you today. You are no ally and you are no feminist. How many times will we allow justin trudeau to get away with pushing strong competent capable women out of politics when they're seeking to serve today. I'm here to say that. I am one woman that he will not push out of politics and he can believe it. Green party leader enemy paul today after a failed attempt by her party's national council.

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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07:31 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"When you picture the first antarctic explorers you might very well picture. A bunch of european guys with giant beards in giant sweaters. Standing in front of some multi masted wooden schooner in the early twentieth century but a new study by researchers in new zealand is challenging that narrative. It shows how maori and polynesian voyagers may have reached and navigated the frozen continent somewhat earlier as long ago as the seventh century priscilla we. He is the lead researcher on the study. We reached her in auckland. New zealand priscilla. Who are these voyagers in the waters around antarctica. Thirteen hundred years ago. Yeah isn't that amazing fitting hundred years of tactic connection so the first voyager that we know of was cepal nation voyager Tweeted anew order. So as we understand it he into his crew sailed down probably from the cook islands down to antarctica and came back with some wonderful stories of walls of ice end the kelp in some of the sea mammals. But the other interesting thing over we think he was perhaps the polynesian voyager. We also don't know what the stories of other indigenous peoples from south america and so although From outside of the pacific he was one of the very early voyages. We do wonder whether there are other voyages from south america. Who went down to On that side of the ice describe. How far is the voyage. how would they get there. How long would it take. Okay so when we talk about molly. Canoes what we actually mean. selling vessels. That have a double. How so much. More stable than a single canoes. So these very large sailing vessels with Probably a couple of sales and if you think about the pacific The polynesians at that time hit already sailed thousands of kilometers backwards in foods across the pacific. These very very good at seafarers people who really know and understand The oceans so for heated on your he wins south for a couple of thousand A few thousand kilometers so it's really significant voyage and and so would they be going to explore. Were they going looking for resources for fish for food so we know some hats of the pacific people lift the homelands because they were There was increase in population. And they were looking for new places to live but we also have story so specifically. i'm from new zealand. we're another one of the early voyages. In around the fittings century he went south to look for the origins of the aurora. So different motivations but incredible capability. And actually doing that. Have you found examples. Have any any evidence of how they described what they thought of antarctic it some theorize stories and actually what we think is that our research is just the beginning. We know that there are other tribal groups who hold other narratives about these early explorers. So we're really looking forward actually to hearing from those tribal groups About all of the narratives that they hold so we've got these Set of relatively limited understandings at the moment so from waited on the order there. These reports of Actually when i talk about walls of ice what what came back was it it was. I'm like era route. So of you scrape some of the roots of tubas substance like arrow route comes up very white and they see that the walls were very like this. So we'll survice as how we interpret. They talked about the big waves. They talked about creatures from the date. So we think those probably am seals and uva sub-antarctic creatures that you don't find much in polynesia we also know to a voyage is like tumbleweed ities it. It was very rough very difficult conditions because infect his walker. was raked to end. Most of his crew died. And so when you hear that because the the the assumptions are you just even do a quick on antarctic. It's the record is that it was discovered in the early nineteenth century by legendary explorers from europe The us and that's how it's understood to have been i seen by humans. Does that rankle you giving you know. i think. Spain pot of A long history which has marginalized indigenous peoples so the history of tat as we understand it. Now is a very imperialist narrative that seems as european discovery and they will many wonderful european explores the nineteenth century. That will furthering. The mission of colonization exploration during that period that that was A very nineteenth century diva so not to belittle all fit amazing expedition. But to say that actually there are many people around the world with long histories of navigation of voyaging of connection that have been ignored in. I think we really wanted to think more deeply about history than we actually need to do that in a much more inclusive way. Do you know if the mari or the polynesians did they did. They actually access the continent itself antarctica. It's difficult to know. It's not clear to me there. Someone could not. William meter has done some work and she in her whip. She thinks tweeted on your order in the others probably went down to the bologna islands. Which is just quite. Close to the rossi. But it's very hard to definitively say People sit foot but again. I'm hoping that some of the tribal narratives that we know out the may clarifies. Some of what we do know though. Is that the oral traditions that we've been investigating tie up really well with archaeological evidence from the southern tactic islands. So we can say absolutely that Molly were living in the southern tactic. Islands visiting the soviet tactic islands but for intact itself More difficult to know that this point. It's so interesting priscilla. I really appreciate hearing all this thank you that was priscilla we heap. She led research on the study of the maori indigenous groups connection to antarctica that's published in the journal of the royal society of new zealand. We.

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:30 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Walked in they shook hands. And that's about as warm as the meeting between joe biden and vladimir putin got today in the three the. Us president says he pressed mr putin on a series of cyber attacks. That have been blamed on russia. He also raised the issue of human rights and the detention of opposition leader alexei navalny but mr putin at least publicly did not give an inch and appeared to enjoy extended questioning from. Us journalists. julia offie was watching. She's a founding. Partner of new media. Company puck we reached her in san francisco. Julia the fact that this summit even happened did vladimir putin score a win automatically. I think he did. But i do have to say that it is important for the american president to meet with the russian president and not only frame these things as wins and losses like the russian president could have scored a win with this. But that doesn't mean that the us shouldn't have met with the russian side People in russia have noted that this meeting was scheduled in part because Putin staffed all these troops on the border with ukraine and seemed like he was preparing for another invasion and other war and that this meeting was scheduled in part to grant him the attention craved and get him to back down a little bit. Mr biden said that he did what he needed to do. What is that exactly. You know we still haven't gotten all the insider accounts of you know what exactly was said during the meeting but we do know that biden. He and his team Telegraphed pretty clearly ahead of this summit that their was to tell vladimir putin to his face that the Attacks must stop and that the us holds the russian government responsible for them whether or not They are these. Hackers are direct employees of the russian government and that there will be consequences and Biden have said that he got this message across. The question is whether it'll be effective It seems that biden also Brought up the issue of human rights the imprisonment of russian opposition leader unexplained. And you know the very low hanging fruit of talking about strategic stability. Which is you know. Not overloading you. both sides with nukes and risking nuclear war. Which is you know I think something. They can pretty easily agree on mr putin. Gave a press conference in which she said. It's none of these things is to that he's not responsible for cyber attacks. Human rights abuses there the united states. He points to january. Six points to black lives matter. He says that nothing has happened. In in the in russia compares to what goes on the united states the he denied it also. What did he really accomplish them by talking to talking. Tough to mr putin. I don't think that ladimir putin would have ever gone public and said you know what joe biden convinced me russia's huge human rights violator. And you're right you know fess up. The you know these criminal gangs in russia. Were actually working at the behest of the russian government. There is no world in which putin would have come out and said that to biden behind closed doors and especially not to the public. I mean this was a totally expected. Response what aboutism as as it's called among russia-watchers this habit of flipping the flipping the script and saying like well. You accused me of human rights violations but look at yourself You know it had this name. For decades and decades the russians have been doing this for at least a century. So it's nothing unexpected in fact I think we were well prepared for it. As for the you know the cybercriminals he's going to continue using that line in part because he has set up this situation where plausible deniability is an important part of how this operates that these criminal gangs working russia. They don't attack russian targets. We know that there is this kind of informal agreement and therefore the russian government doesn't go after them and probably Helps point to target. They should attack abroad. Russia's authoritarian police state and. I am absolutely sure they know. Where all these hackers sit who they are what they do have find them and i'm sure they have all kinds of compromising materials on them so regardless of what putin says it's pretty clear what the situation is and you think that they did agree that there were certain cyber attacks that would be off limits that would include infrastructure that affects civilians people with energy with water with anything of that nature. Do you think that they they successfully agreed to consider those off limits. I'm not sure that they successfully agreed. We know that president biden brought this up. But i i don't know that Putin agreed to it. I think there was not a maybe not a threat made you know a promise made that america has similar capabilities to go after similar. Russian targets on. Certainly russia wouldn't want that. But i doubt putin would've agreed to it in the meeting but i guess we'll just have to watch and see what happens in the coming months and years. I know they agreed to very basic things like returning ambassador to washington and moscow respectively and talking about strategic stability. But again i think neither side was going into this expecting any kind of Solutions to be hammered out of agreements to be made. Did you find that in the press. Conference that that Joe biden gave that he seemed well he. He did seem quite testing. What what what do you make of that question from kaitlan collins who said that well this you say that was constructive and positive but t denied all these things and joe biden responded with you. Don't understand that you're in the wrong business. What do you make of of how. Joe biden handled that press conference. I think that was a slip up on his part. Frankly he shouldn't have reacted to a reporter doing her job. In that way i think he. It seems like he was upset that she was attributing confidence to him. That he had never stated But i don't a confidence in mr putin that american actions would change putin's behavior. She asked him are you. You said you were confident about That you could change putin's behavior n- and he said no. I never said that But you know he shouldn't have done. That and i think he apologized 'cause He you know it's not good when a person with such power reacts to the free press With anger we will leave it there. Julia thank you for speaking with us. Thank you so much by julia. Yaffe is a founding partner of in washington correspondent with the new media company puck..

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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07:30 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Walked in they shook hands. And that's about as warm as the meeting between joe biden and vladimir putin got today in the three hour meeting the. Us president says he pressed mr putin on a series of cyber attacks. That have been blamed on russia. He also raised the issue of human rights and the detention of opposition leader alexei navalny but mr putin at least publicly did not give an inch and appeared to enjoy extended questioning from. Us journalists. julia offie was watching. She's a founding. Partner of new media. Company puck we reached her in san francisco. Julia the fact that this summit even happened did vladimir putin score a win automatically. I think he did. But i have to say that. It is important for the american president to meet with the russian president and not only frame these things as wins and losses like the russian president could have scored a win with this. But that doesn't mean that the us shouldn't have met with the russian side People in russia have noted that this meeting was scheduled in part because Putin staffed all these troops on the border with ukraine and seemed like he was preparing for another invasion and other war and that this meeting was scheduled in part to grant him the attention craved and get him to back down a little bit. Mr biden said that he did what he needed to do. What is that exactly. You know we still haven't gotten all the insider accounts of you know what exactly was said during the meeting but we do know that biden. He and his team Telegraphed pretty clearly ahead of this summit that their was to tell vladimir putin to his face that the cyber attacks must stop and that the us holds the russian government responsible for them whether or not They are these. Hackers are direct employees of the russian government and that there will be consequences and Biden have said that he got this message across. The question is whether it'll be effective It seems that biden also Brought up the issue of human rights the imprisonment of russian opposition leader unexplained. And you know the very low hanging fruit of talking about strategic stability. Which is you know. Not overloading you. both sides with nukes and risking nuclear war. Which is you know I think something. They can pretty easily agree on mr putin. Gave a press conference in which she said. It's none of these things is to that he's not responsible for cyber attacks. Human rights abuses there the united states. He points to january. Six points to black lives matter. He says that nothing has happened. In in the in russia compares to what goes on the united states the he denied it also. What did he really accomplish them by talking to talking tough to mr putin. I don't think that vladimir putin would have ever gone public and said you know what joe biden convinced me russia's huge human rights violator. And you're right you know fess up. The you know these criminal gangs in russia. Were actually working at the behest of the russian government. There is no world in which putin would have come out and said that to biden behind closed doors and especially not to the public. I mean this was a totally expected. Response what aboutism as as it's called among russia-watchers habit of flipping the flipping the script and saying like well. You accused me of human rights violations but look at yourself You know it had this name. For decades and decades the russians have been doing this for at least a century. So it's nothing unexpected are in fact I think we were well prepared for it. As for the you know the cybercriminals he's going to continue using that line in part because he has set up this situation where plausible deniability is an important part of how this operates that these criminal gangs working russia. They don't attack russian targets. We know that there is this kind of informal agreement. And therefore the russian government doesn't go after them and probably Helps point to which targets. They should attack abroad. Russia's authoritarian police state and. I am absolutely sure they know. Where all these hackers sit who they are what they do have find them and i'm sure they have all kinds of compromising materials on them so regardless of what putin says it's pretty clear what the situation is and you think that they did agree that there were certain cyber attacks that would be off limits that would include infrastructure that affects civilians people with energy with water with anything of that nature. Do you think that they they successfully agreed to consider those off limits. I'm not sure that they successfully agreed. We know that president biden brought this up. But i i don't know that Putin agreed to it. I think there was not a maybe not a threat made you know a promise made that america has similar capabilities to go after similar. Russian targets on. Certainly russia wouldn't want that. But i doubt putin would've agreed to it in the meeting but i guess we'll just have to watch and see what happens in the coming months and years. I know they agreed to very basic things like returning ambassador to washington and moscow respectively and talking about strategic stability. But again i think neither side was going into this expecting any kind of Solutions to be hammered out of agreements to be made. Did you find that in the press. Conference that that Joe biden gave that he seemed well he. He did seem quite testing. What what what do you make of that. There was a question from kaitlan collins. Who said that. Well this you say that was constructive and positive. But t denied all these things and joe biden responded with you. Don't understand that you're in the wrong business. What do you make of of how. Joe biden handled that press conference. I think that was a slip up on his part. Frankly he shouldn't have reacted to a reporter doing her job. In that way i think he. It seems like he was upset that she was attributing confidence to him. That he had never stated But i don't a confidence in mr putin that american actions would change putin's behavior. She asked him are you. You said you were confident about That you could change putin's behavior n- and he said no. I never said that But you know he shouldn't have done. That and i think he apologized 'cause He you know it's not good when a person with such power reacts to the free press With anger we will leave it there. Julia thank you for speaking with us. Thank you so much by julia. Yaffe is a founding partner of in washington correspondent with the new media company puck..

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"An end. Ep member of parliament from nunavut says goodbye and good riddance to ottawa. Explaining how unwelcomed she was made to feel as an inuit woman in the house of commons. Not a good sign. An edmonton mosque is in shock. After a swastikas discovered spray painted on a wall and the mosque president tells us hate has no place in canada handshake agreement disagreement on everything else. Joe biden and vladimir putin meet and greet but the tete-a-tete appear to have resulted in any changes of heart scorching policy. Doctors in arizona are warning residents to tread carefully because a heatwave has turned the pavement into a searing surface that can inflict serious burns ahead by thirteen centuries researchers in new zealand find evidence that the antarctic waters were explored by indigenous groups long before bearded dudes from europe showed up on the scene and a box on all your houses in the us girl scout. Cookies sales are way down but for one eleven year old sales in the cookies themselves are way up. Thanks to the drones. She's using to deliver them as it happens. Wednesday edition radio. Let's chocolate chips fall where they may underneath. Malak cacak is leaving parliament with something to think about. The mvp mp for nunavut has decided not to run in the next election last night. She delivered her farewell speech to the house of commons and as ms kaku told her followers on twitter. She did not hold back every time. I walk onto house of common grounds. Speak in news chambers. I'm reminded every step of the way. I don't belong here. I have never felt safe or protected in my position. Especially within the house of commons often having pep talks with myself in the elevator or taking a moment in the bathroom stall to maintain my composure. When i walked through these doors not only am. I reminded of the clear colonial house on fire. I am willingly walking into. I'm already in survival mode. That was going and ep. Mp mummy luck. Speaking the house of commons last night we reached ms cacak in ottawa. This speech you gave last night is so powerful and we will post links so that because everyone should hear it. What kind of reaction are you getting from people. I think that people are upset. it's it's been forced. This conversation has been forced the student I think that people that they want to see my name back on the ballot. So it's been nothing but momentum amount of support and and months that i've been seeing anyways and lots of messages from people that i know Just congratulating or same but it's it's what's needed and that's what's going to be missed that amount and level of transparency and accountability. You said in part of the speech. You mentioned that you are reminded every time you walk into the house of commons. You reminded that you don't belong there. What does the experience you have in that building in that institution so i was walking to the house one time and to question period and i saw the security guy in booth and he gave me a nod so i guess i'm a nod and i was like great like i contact with great. I like i'm good. He knows who i am and i. I don't have to worry. So and i usually. I always have my headphones in. Because i'm trying to pump myself up with snotty nose reds kids and get myself mentally prepared to speak in the house of commons and i got the nod from the security in the booth and i pass by the next set of doors and i'm listening to music but i can hear and feel heavy steps and vibration as if somebody's jogging after me and i knew it was happening and that there was a the second security guard. He didn't not at me even though he looked at me. And so i thought okay. That's probably what it is so slowly take out my headphones slowly. Turn make sure that. I'm not moving. Casaus i'm not gonna make a scene i'm not gonna and he's like do you have. Id you need to be like basically screen to be in here. And i was like oh my goodness and he eventually like realized. I think felt a bit silly. But how intimidating is that like to have these big heavy footsteps behind me. And so then i'm thinking so my position helps but it doesn't matter If i don't have the titles and then what then. What do i do and i just am always going into work With that mindset in your speech you want people to understand the issues. You were trying to bring to the house of commons that. They've also been ignored. You talk about this. The lack of affordability in housing the access to clean water the suicide rate among you people were ever able to get anything that you wanted on the agenda. I got to speak from a place of truth and reality. I got to say exactly what needed to be said and how it needed to and for me. That's the a huge accomplishment. Even though it it shouldn't be in the world of politics. I think that's that's something that needs to be discussed more. I would not feel comfortable in any other space except with the new democrat party. I have never felt the need to to tone down or two not k something. And i have never been put in a position where i've been made to muslim myself. And in any way shape or form. And i think if anything i've been able to show that impossible as possible that there's chance for hope where it's purposely put out and i think that regardless of what happens next there has at least been shown that we don't need to hide those truth we don't need to be thankful for less than the bare minimum and that we can find pride in our identity and who we are again and let for moving towards healing. You don't let anyone off the hook in this speech right you. The people who say who are posed to your ideas opposed to what you're trying to to tell the house of commons. That did they are less a problem for you than those who say yes. We understand exactly we. We see exactly what you're saying but we're not going to do anything about it. You've said that that's that's that's the worst of it isn't it to be told all the time as an indigenous person. That's someone that looks like me that they know there's a problem. They know there needs to be more. Done is incredibly frustrating. And what. I've come to realize more and more is that it's it's about power and that there's an major imbalance and what what that is is the gaslight. It's a power trip to be able to have an immense amount of oppression on not a small group of people by any means. I'm talking about tens of thousands of inuit. I'm about hundreds of thousands of digital people who this system doesn't doesn't work for and i have point.

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"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"june 16" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"An end. Ep member of parliament from nunavut says goodbye and good riddance to ottawa. Explaining how unwelcomed she was made to feel as an inuit woman in the house of commons. Not a good sign and edmonton mosque is in shock. After a swastikas discovered spray painted on a wall and the mosque president tells us hate has no place in canada handshake agreement disagreement on everything else. Joe biden and vladimir putin meet and greet but the tete-a-tete doesn't appear to have resulted in any changes of heart scorching policy. Doctors in arizona are warning residents to tread carefully because a heatwave has turned the pavement into a searing surface that can inflict serious burns ahead by thirteen centuries researchers in new zealand find evidence that the antarctic waters were explored by indigenous groups long before bearded dudes from europe showed up on the scene and a box on all your houses in the us girl scout. Cookies sales are way down but for one eleven year old sales in the cookies themselves are way up. Thanks to the drones. She's using to deliver them as it happens. Wednesday edition radio. Let's chocolate chips fall where they may underneath. Malak cacak is leaving parliament with something to think about. The mvp mp for nunavut has decided not to run in the next election last night. She delivered her farewell speech to the house of commons and as ms kaku told her followers on twitter. She did not hold back every time. I walk onto house of common grounds. Speak in news chambers. I'm reminded every step of the way. I don't belong here. I have never felt safe or protected in my position. Especially within the house of commons often having pep talks with myself in the elevator or taking a moment in the bathroom stall to maintain my composure. When i walked through these doors not only am. I reminded of the clear colonial house on fire. I am willingly walking into. I'm already in survival mode. That was going and ep. Mp mummy luck cacak. Speaking the house of commons last night we reached ms cacak in ottawa. The speech you gave last night is so powerful and we will post links so that because everyone should hear it. What kind of reaction are you getting from people. I think that people are upset. it's it's been forced. This conversation has been forced. The students I think that people that they want to see my name back on the ballot. So it's been nothing but momentum amount of support and and months that i've been seeing anyways and lots of messages from people that i know Just congratulating or same but it's it's what's needed and that's what's going to be missed that amount and level of transparency and accountability. You said in part of the speech. You mentioned that you are reminded every time you walk into the house of commons. You reminded that you don't belong there. What does the experience you have in that building in that institution so i was walking to the house one time and to question period and i saw the security guy in booth and he gave me a nod so i guess i'm a nod and i was like great like i contact with great. I like i'm good. He knows who i am and i. I don't have to worry. So and i usually. I always have my headphones in. Because i'm trying to pump myself up with snotty nose reds kids and get myself mentally prepared to speak in the house of commons and the nod from the security in the booth and i passed by the next set of doors. And i'm listening to music but i can hear and feel heavy steps and vibration as if somebody's jogging after me and i knew it was happening and that there was a the second security guard. He didn't not at me even though he looked at me. And so i thought okay. That's probably what it is so slowly take. Oh my headphones slowly. Turn make sure that. I'm not rinku. Casaus i'm not gonna make a scene i'm not gonna and he's like do you have. Id you need to be like basically screen to be in here. And i was like oh my goodness and he eventually like realized. I think felt a bit silly. But how intimidating is that like to have these big heavy footsteps behind me. And so then i'm thinking so my position helps but it doesn't matter If i don't have the titles and then what then. What do i do and i just am always going into work With that mindset in your speech you want people to understand the issues. You were trying to bring to the house of commons that. They've also been ignored. You talk about this. The lack of affordability in housing the access to clean water the suicide rate among would people were ever able to get anything that you wanted on the agenda. I got to speak from a place of truth and reality. I got to say exactly what needed to be said and how it needed to and for me. That's the a huge accomplishment. Even though it it shouldn't be in the world of politics. I think that's that's something that needs to be discussed more. I would not feel comfortable in any other space except with the new democrat party. I have never felt the need to to tone down or two not k something. And i have never been put in a position where i've been made to muslim myself. And in any way shape or form. And i think if anything i've been able to show that impossible as possible that there's chance for hope where it's purposely put out and i think that regardless of what happens next there has at least been shown that we don't need to hide those truths we don't need to be thankful for less than the bare minimum and that we can find pride in our identity and who we are again and let for. We're moving towards healing. You don't let anyone off the hook in this speech right you. The people who say who are posed to your ideas opposed to what you're trying to to tell the house of commons. That did they are less a problem for you than those who say yes. We understand exactly we. We see exactly what you're saying but we're not going to do anything about it. You've said that that's that's that's the worst of it isn't it to be told all the time as an indigenous person. That's someone that looks like me that they know there's a problem. They know there needs to be more. Done is incredibly frustrating. And what. I've come to realize more and more is that it's it's about power and that there's an major imbalance and what what that is is the late. It's a power trip to be able to have an immense amount of oppression on not a small group of people by any means. I'm talking about tens of thousands of inuit. I'm about hundreds of thousands of digital who this system doesn't doesn't work for and i have point.

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Biden to Meet With Putin on June 16 in Switzerland

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Biden to Meet With Putin on June 16 in Switzerland

"Now. The russian leader vladimir putin and his us counterpart biden will meet in geneva on june the sixteenth off. The back of biden's european tour nuclear arms control be high on the agenda echoing meeting held in the city in one thousand nine hundred eighty five when ronald reagan and mikhail gorbachev met talk about arms control and at which they developed a personal rapport. Joining me from burn is editorial director. Tyler relay and from our zero studio. Wanna call security correspondent. Ben is log Good morning to you. Tyler moore ingredient now. There are no huge expectations for the outcome of this meeting but the one country that comes out as a winner will be switzerland. Why is it important to geneva to host these tools jersey and this is a story which has been circulating for a while. it's no great secret of course Prog within in the running for the summit a couple of other cities along the way but it's been circulating in the swiss press geneva wanted us. They wanted it very badly into your question. Geneva has been slightly dented. The city sees that its reputation home of multi-lateralism somewhat scarred Because of course it doesn't really control the narrative from many of the organization. It hosts so if you look at of course the past year and a half an organization like the who for example which sits in geneva of course has been in the headlines almost daily. I'm often for for the right reasons so even like listening this morning to the mayor of geneva certainly other politicians from the city. They see this as a very important reset moment the city. How does the city reestablish itself as a home of multi-lateralism and of course getting to bed to go with

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Supreme Court rules landmark federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination

5 Things

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court rules landmark federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination

"In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court decided on Monday that a civil rights law, barring sex discrimination in the workplace applies to gay lesbian and transgender workers. The decision was written by Associate Justice Neal, Gorsuch President Donald Trump's first nominee to the court of course atro- quote an employer who fires and individual, merely for being gay or transgender, defies the law on quote. The trump administration had taken the employers side in the case and suggested the decision was surprising, but trump said he accepts the decision. They've ruled. The decision and some people were surprised, but they've ruled, and we live with their decision. That's what it's all about. We live with the decision of. The Supreme Court very powerful, very powerful decision actually. But. They have so ruled community members and activists reacted to the move with joy. Human Rights Campaign President Alfonso David said it was a moment on the right side of history for the court today, a landmark victory for lgbtq equality decades in the making today the United. States Supreme Court stood on the right side of history, declaring that sexual orientation in gender identity, discrimination, or both prohibited under federal law. The ruling will. Will like we have a wide impact on federal civil rights laws, barring sex discrimination in education, healthcare, housing and financial credit, and the trump administration's new rule, narrowing the legal definition of sex discrimination in healthcare to omit transgender people could be jeopardized. Monday's ruling came from three cases to gay men. Gerald Bostock and Donald SORTA and Amy Stevens who is transgender Zara died in two thousand, fourteen and Stevens died last month.

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Jerry Hollowell, Horner And Wembley Stadium discussed on Le Show

Le Show

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Jerry Hollowell, Horner And Wembley Stadium discussed on Le Show

"Horner think you may remember her as Jerry Hollowell. Not as apologized for quitting the Spice Girls in nineteen ninety eight. The band played the last eight of their current reunion tour. I need to say something I should have said a long time ago he told fans and her bandmates at Wembley stadium. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I left I was just being a brand. It's so good to be back with the girls that I love Jerry aka ginger spice walked away from the band at the height of their fame twenty one years ago. But that makes you feel old time. She's got to suffering from exhaustion and needed a break. Now she needs a break from the break years later in a documentary, she explained. She become distanced from the rest of the band, I felt I didn't belong anymore. They didn't need me anymore. Really, and I definitely felt very redundant. She left just before the band. Oh, she knows her apology came just before the band played good by the number one, single that addressed her departure.

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