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Mrs. Trump's ex-adviser says she taped calls for protection
"A former friend and adviser melania trump says she recorded her conversations with the First Lady because she felt she needed evidence to protect herself amid questions about the cost of president Donald trump's inauguration Stephanie Winston Wolkoff is the author of Malani and meet the rise and fall of my friendship with the first lady walk off a New York based event planner helped plan the president's twenty seventeen inauguration she said she raised questions about lavish spending but eventually fell she herself was being scapegoated an interview on MSNBC she said she pressed record because she felt Lani was no longer her friend and she was willing to let the White House take her down the White House is described the book as full of mistruths and paranoia Jennifer king Washington
"lani" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"I don't remember how I was. fee that the applications, my sister. She a amount. That's my first job of intriguing with the embassy. The summer I was I figure the division Elysee. Nothing something closer to mailroom packages as soon as dump ways. was fine to Alanine. You tell the audience, where are you originally from? U. S. UNAMERICAN but my owner receives 'cause my mom. Map. So My brothers Elvis this in Washington. I'm DC. To go back or my birth, but European mature. Surprise, for twins. Album. She didn't know at the time either. But I don't feel bad I didn't know. That was like wait a minute. Something else is going on here and then a little later cool out. Where were you born? Where reborn overseas on my daughter was born overseas to? because. There's a nice place to be born so as I know. Well. Depends to be born maybe. Much about healthcare. So, as I know of you, you spent most of your life, how is that life been to be a diplomat's daughter or child and traveling all through? Many places. Get UC saying Alumna by think well I mean it affects people differently to me I just well. Bravery of for them. I think nowadays France with Internet as always made about one but when I was younger. We didn't. agonize. Out. Anger. Up Someplace you probably we're not gonNA ever again. Yeah. You could be Pimm housed i. knew some people who really good at the have I knew myself Heat that up. Not Not Federal. Exactly. Exactly. But you know I didn't really. Shake. Tell to Intel. Alison adult and learn how to myself met one dime then I? Really appreciate. My childhood. How many different places did you have to move through through your I guess teens and Early Childhood. Only..
Malawi to go to polls again, after first election nullified
"They Connie is struggling it's actually shrinking in Malawi food shortages and hunger had been serious challenges before the corona virus cover nineteen only major challenges in southern Africa harder so when Malawians go to the polls this week to elect a new president all of this will be on their minds the world's only make a Condi has our story for millions of Malawians planning to vote for president tomorrow there's a sense of deja vu that's because the country just had a presidential election last year in may the incumbent president Peter Mutharika narrowly won with thirty eight percent of the vote he's been in office since two thousand fourteen international election monitors said it was a free fair and democratic contest but many Malawians didn't feel that way demonstrators across the country Hughes president of stealing the election the runner up opposition candidate Lazarus Chakwera did too so he took the issue to court to dollar packaging was too late is the president of the women lawyers association of Malawi she said the law is constitutional court noted several irregularities in the first election they are very good at it he's running strong the use of different parishes may require internal errors with the use of two banks was the right thing the two picks that she's referring to here was a white correctional fluid used on ballots apparently electoral officers used it to correct the so called voting errors this was only one issue that led to allow this court to take an unprecedented step in February they nullified the results of last year's election record even stays late ninety five elections because they leave plus the regular entities that affected the will of the people not brings us to Tuesday's vote once again the incumbent president with the recount is running against Lazarus to Cora a former pastor Bonnie faster Lani is a political scientist at the university of Malawi he says most Malawians are happy to have the chance to vote again they call me certainly it is very bad right state tourney recently published a poll finding that eighty five percent of Malawians feel their country's headed in the wrong direction under president with the Rica check where a is running on a message of change he says he wants to turn the country around improve the lives of poor people and fight corruption check where spoke about his platform during the weapon are on Friday so we have come up with an approach that says let the farmers out there get out of abject poverty to quit Aurora is promising to help farmers and create new jobs and despite the pandemic his campaign has attracted big crowds of supporters on the other side president Vikas campaign efforts have been relatively quiet another recent poll predicted check where I could beat with every guy in this election that sounds good to G. M. T. ECA she's a party vendor and the capital of the long way whose business has been hurting badly antica says she hopes this election it will be a turning point for Malawi I think tomorrow the government is changing in but I would I would be very happy for that if not doesn't happen Bonnie foster Lani says he worries that Chakwera supporters might say the election was rigged again and even if he does win Duong he says turning around the economy won't be easy that's not to forget the coronavirus the electoral commission has said it will put out hand washing stations and enforce social distancing at polling places the election results for the presidential vote and allow we are expected later this week
Atlanta Police Dept. Fires Two More Officers In College Student Tasing Incident
"Leaders the Atlanta police department today fires another two officers tied to that tasing incident with a pair of college students on the night of may thirtieth just outside centennial Olympic Park officers Lani hood and Armand Jones have now lost their jobs they join ivory Streeter and market gardener were fired the day after the incident those four along with two others all face
The resonance of racial violence across generations
"President John. F Kennedy gave his nationally televised address civil rights. He said one hundred years of delay had passed since Abraham. Lincoln freed the slaves and that black Americans. Still we're not free. Confronted merrily with a moral issue. It is old as the scriptures, and it is clear the American constitution. That was fifty seven years ago this week. Generations have passed since and full equality has not been achieved this morning. We're GONNA bring together two generations in this fight for equal rights. lani bunches the secretary of the Smithsonian Story and the founding director of the national. Museum of African American history and culture here in Washington and Lisa Garza is one of the three women who founded the black lives. Matter Movement. Welcome to both of you, Lonnie Bunch I'll get to you in a moment. Want to begin with Lisa Garza. Let me start with this. The symbolic painting of Sixteenth Street with the yellow pain of black lives matter. And I know it's symbolism. It was on the front page of the so many newspapers on Saturday. I'm curious. From a Hashtag and twenty thirteen to now majority of Americans multiracial coalition. Rallying around a symbol right now, what does this mean and how do you take this from symbol to policy? I think what this. Is that. Lives. Matter is not just a radical a year. And frankly when we look at. A lot of consensus in the consensus is that it is time. In us our money in our resources in a fully different. At the end of the day Tuck. Everyone can agree that we don't have that. We need to look well and that we are using policing. In a way that far exceed certain. From
"lani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"After the collision the barbecue have melted into powder the fireflies come out the hesitate in the air is this done by dusk money and my mother are sitting beside the now clean pool and I'm sitting on the other side of the natural for city offense that is planted around it watching the bats swoop from tree to tree feeling the darkness clock all around me I can hear Lani and my mother talking but I can't make out what they're saying I love this time of day early evening early summer it makes me want to cry we always had a barbecue on Memorial Day with my father and my mother cooked in this year's hamburgers on her new barbecue which one he bought her for mother's day he's old enough to be his mother but she isn't I would have said if I talked she cooked them in the same dumb cheerful way she cooks last years she has no sense of sanctity or ritual she would give wanting my father's clothes if my father had left any behind to give my mother walks toward me with the hose than past me toward her garden to spray the P. plants okay she yells to Lonnie who stands by the spigot he turns the knob and then goes inside the light in the kitchen snaps on my mother stands with one hand on her hip the other raising and lowering the hose throwing large fans of water over the garden she used to babysit me every night and I think of the peas hanging in their green skins dripping I live with one year on the cool grass I can hear the water drumming into the garden it makes me sleepy then I hear it stop when I look up to see my mother walking toward me the skin on her bare legs and arms glowing she sits down beside me and for a while she says nothing I pretend I'm asleep on the ground although I know she knows I'm awake then she starts to talk as I knew she would my mother says you.
"lani" Discussed on Changes Big and Small
"Wanting go I really like Tim. Ferriss podcast. I think he's really big on self development and he just had changed at all on his podcasts. I can't wait listen to just recently. He also had been Brown. She's also wonderful. He also has free resources for stoicism which he might find interesting as I found helpful and for people who funds of Tim Ferriss. He recently appeared on the record. Decode podcast with Kara Swisher and and he shares some of these advice for staying sane in this time and Lotta things that he's shared on his own podcast but there are some other ideas as well from a different perspective. We've Kara Swisher slow. It could be interesting for listeners. If your final Tim Ferriss thank you. So Much Lonnie for taking time to chat with me today. I this could go on all things. Come to an end and thank you so much. Yeah thanks for finding me and asking me and your great thank you. This is the second in a series of episodes where I will be interviewing people to find out what the experiences during the time of the current corona virus pandemic. I hope that you enjoyed listening to this episode with Lanny. Please share this episode or any of the past ones that you enjoyed with a friend or family member. You can connect with me on facebook. Instagram twitter at access. Show notes for this episode and all other episodes at changes big and small dot Com. Have a great week..
"lani" Discussed on Changes Big and Small
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"lani" Discussed on Changes Big and Small
"That pawns. I have been teaching on not and I also helped a friend out short back states. She had been teaching online. I helped her with her student a few times. So it's it's an tough. Oh and the crazy thing is days before the pandemic flows tyler down. My boyfriend had his appendix removed. And doubt was crazy. That was such a frightening time because we did not want to cut the hospital with a pandemic going on but everything worked out on our on it done but it took you know took a financial hit. That was unexpected. Even though we have insurance didn't cover as much as how but luckily we got everything figured out. He came home and he's fully recovering sign. I'm with the people who are waiting to go back to work and I'm also I'm afraid of what the school numbers are. Look like warns. Open the doors. Who's GONNA come back to school who's GONNA WANNA weights? So I really China too far in the future because I taught him my control. There's nothing yeah I guess that's one of the most challenging things about this time difficult to even plan because we don't know what exactly we're planning for in terms of timelines or changes. Mutations are just so unknown variables that get frustrated sometimes another like governments or whatever your incharge. Tell me what's going on but at the same time. I'm like probably if you told me what's going on I wouldn't really trust because how could you possibly know? Yeah well just like you. I mean you mentioned for having to change travel funds. I find myself from Saint Boat because I was supposed to go back why and Orissa sooner rather have been family union and I'm just like I just don't things can happen even if I wanted to. Brave it the more I thought Yvonne from where I thought I could get stuck somewhere in transit and they want you to quarantine before. Today's I'm not gonNA be anywhere on that long. What a flight gets canceled than you stuck somewhere. And then I was just looking at some of the literature from the airline had sent me about trying to see people if possible spraying down. Flames with you know disinfectant. That's what I'm looking.
"lani" Discussed on Changes Big and Small
"Seniors. It just been a really long time since I've been back so we went and it was just fun. It was also very special because my mom was also returning and Artistic Events. One was an open house. Which is a celebration of when you have an in house Mining House. Belton House and still unbeknownst to me. My mom was like sending money to have him housego per her her father and her sister so that happened and also also sending money to the local temple and so in our neighborhood. There was a new temple which is also a really big deal so we got to par not always the open house for the new temple opening and it just kinda fueled in me what I had always felt which was to live and work abroad like always wanted to have experience so it was like why not. Let's do it you know. We had a positive experience entire. My mom on never taught my brother and my time said to me that was also weigh in times. Like I'll just go back to tile tylenol. Learn Thai and everything will be fine. It is so hard to learn another language especially time because it's sorrel very different stories effort to and all and it's a different script and reading and writing and grammar tried. I've really tried. I took classes different schools. I had more tutors to this point. How long have you been in Thailand up to this point continuously? Let's put it this way. I lived abroad for ten years. Not all in Thailand. I lived about six months in Ecuador and two and a half years in Cambodia. Okay and how he's the tie I get by. It really depends on where Matt. What's interesting for example if I'm in a city that receives a lot of tourists like Chiang Mai when I speak Thai it's amazing. How wonderful learn how? But when I'm in the norm with my family I northern dialects has different than dialect. And it's like I've learned absolutely nothing. One thing I find interesting is the whole concept of home because I've also moved quite a bit and the place that I will settle down on. Leave one day is not the place currently naming. And he's not the Pittsburgh I was born. Where's home to you? I think as long as my mom is in Hawaii well be why But home is definitely wear wherever I am because I've moved so much like you and I learned to dance and be flexible and Tim ain't my home as homey and as comfortable as possible because it is challenging when you are in different country and nineties the amenities that you're used to decorate with what you have and you figure out what's important to you. I think I've gotten better at being patient with decorating wanting everything to be perfect. Plants are huge for me. So as soon as I'm over two hundred clients Charter get as many places as possible and that really helps to have something living and to take care of something but once my mom dies which I hate to think about I just think when what is Hawaii Hawaii is just by Sims born and raise a there would be no recent combat Claire. Sin So expensive.
"lani" Discussed on Changes Big and Small
"Well I actually had a reeling. Life changing negative experience when I wanted a Waldorf teacher and I don't know if you're familiar with Waldorf Education. Most people are familiar with Montessori. I've heard of Waldorf's but I don't know like I've never really studied anything because it was kind of peripheral for younger students where I taught middle school and high school yell so Waldorf Education. What a transit to me to it initially was that it's considered an art based education so holistic warning. The students are music foreign language. They also learn to work together. As groups in many activities also a much more physically oriented stumbling up the kind of education where you're sitting behind the desk of all time you really are encouraged to move around work as a team. It's very creative very creative education and so I did two years of training. I learned about enough. Steiner founded the educational program can what is now Germany and this was around world. Four one one or two or one saying and then when? I was in a young Walter School. I just had a horrible experience. I did everything wrong at all. The parents were not not all of them but a lot of parents from unhappy. They were very vocal. It was a private school so private school parents. I think are much more invested. Because they are using their hard earned money so eventually I was fired and I was absolutely devastated and it really shook me in a lot of ways for some people. It's a divorce that changes there live. Or maybe they move abroad or Daf and for me. It really was that experience because for the first time I've really wasn't accepted hired that I'd always had good or poor marks with throughout work so I've never experienced just on the other end where we're gossiping and I was not trusted and I second Guess Myself. I was very ninety. It took that Naini away from me and school politics. Oh boy it was just such a huge awakening and there was a leadership. Nobody knew what to do about lots of problems that were going on score so after it happened. I just hit number two. I got out of teaching. I was really lost back home why I tried to go back to school. And even contemplated Montessori education which is very different than. If you don't mind my asking how old were you then when it happened or how many years ago I though this was lots of years ago there should good grammar pray I was twenty eight thirty around them? And Yeah like one of the criticisms. It's interesting you bring up. The interesting is that I was considered numb and that because I didn't have children wasn't fit to teach so just crazy things like that and came away with was how much I tangled my self worth and identity with my occupation and I had to kind of not only forgive the people who I felt had wronged but also forgive myself for what I thought I had done by correctly or incorrectly or just the whole mess so there are these steps and it took a long time. I realized that everyone is a teacher. I grew up during a time when it was really popular to say. I'm a student of Hawaii but I felt like you know you also teach teach for your behavior your actions when seek what you say. I mean. We're definitely teaching all the time whether we are aware or not. You know like when you cut a cue or you throw a piece of trash on think. No one's looking house. Those are all actions in which someone is watching not like in a creepy way but people notice what you do right. It was interesting because I remember. I was at a fast food restaurant in Hawaii and there was a dad who interestingly enough was worried. Waldorf t shirt. So crazy in his book is son and so they had gotten their burger and fries and whatever they were supposed to get their soda and that and all of a sudden they draw up the train. And the sodas spilled all over and the people encounter for some strange reason to notice. I was kind of just watching this thing waiting for the dads like okay. Some go tell them that we made this though or for him to grab some Napkins or something and he just walked away. And I'm not well just taught your son to just walk away from huge mass. Yeah I get it as an accident. But how hard would it have been? Just tell someone to grab a mop if he didn't yourself so that was my big takeaways out. We really all our teachers. And even though I felt like school and taken that title away from me I so you're myself teacher but I didn't teach many are sound. It wasn't until I'm broad that I actually decided to try and teaching but you see. I didn't even do it in states all title to teach so that should tell you before we get to Thailand. How did you recover from this? I mean I imagined that it was quite a traumatic Stressful experience for you. I guess for some people might seem strange because they don't identify not much with her job will on their job or can't wait to for retirement but it wasn't that way for me but it definitely took sounds you know there was the incidents where you know. I watched the Father Silva drink another incident. That happened was when I was in a carbon frame or listen to an audio book. I don't know she should. I listened to his podcast okay. He wrote the book outliers and he was talking about how different he mall raised their children. Different now I know that sounds absurd. But specifically how money raised their children differently people without money. And when I was in Waldorf I really WANNA fish out of water I come from a working class. Sacramento my mom or kitchen. She's emigrant hats. Drop out of school when she was bow. Ten years old because her family was too poor for her to continue her schooling. And then she worked In housekeeping for many years off and my dad died when I was very young and the mad raised he also dropped out of school at a very young age so they should hit them reasoning. And when I was in Waldorf I was suddenly around people. Her had a good amount of money. One of Walter thing as you said the children at home so I got to see how these people live and so back to knock complied Paul on what he's talking about. How rich or upper middle class. There's is Who are children in a how parents raise their children and it was just kind of an Aha moment you know. I've never felt like the people. They're treating different because Away I look or anything like that and people congratulated for not playing raised card. But at that it just really wasn't about that but I definitely felt like something was happening and I I think he has. The children were reigns to report every little thing to the parents and challenge authority. And that's something that God will talk about as well whereas when I was raised you know. Children were definitely seen but not heard. And he didn't rat out someone else and you didn't complain and didn't really have a lot of choices. And so that whole unraveling a ruminated. My experience better. It's almost like culture. You know when you moved to number country. Why why did this happen? I don't understand you have no context for it. Initially right right and then you replay. The events in your mind in any after wise starts will make it had two different ideas of how things are done in this culture versus another culture so I think that was a lot of them. Just definitely mean out of my elements and you know even though the accused me of being young and maybe that was too harsh. I think there was some truth to that. I really am a lot older and wiser now. I got experience helping grow up. Yeah it's interesting because I remember when I was teaching maybe in India that was my first international school and I always felt a little bit of the hired help right and not that hired help is a bad role like we all have our place to play in society but the hired help in the old style aware you should not really be seen or heard you just do your work invisibly in the background. It was a very uncomfortable. Feeling Right. That's a great way to put it. That's how I felt because it was. It really was insulting to challenge by. Not only the parents which I get to an extent but at the students were encouraged to be that way as well I really felt like I didn't have any mercy. Exactly 'cause they're always to have conversations Abbad things when you disagree but it's the lack of respect and value. Add REALLY GETS TO BE. It's interesting it. Just see how people treat waiters in restaurants or a person at the front of a hotel. You know I'm not saying that. Teachers are assigning treated that way. But you definitely can see how some teachers some instances feel that way or any profession so you moved to Thailand into thousand nine. How did you decide on that? Move well in two thousand seven my partner. At the time we went to time arms for holiday and I haven't been back and Perriman.
New COVID-19 testing sites open in New York's hardest-hit neighborhoods
"Later epicenter New York planning to open covered nineteen testing centers in all five boroughs essential workers in the vulnerable elderly will get first priority but nationwide testing rollouts are encountering glitches in San Antonio Texas reporter Henry Ramos meets one victim then told me that the result is going to be gone when Beijing three or five days but a week later Alexis Rios is still wondering if he has the corona virus a Lani Rodriguez is his wife's and very frustrating for us just because first of all we can't work so we're just concerned prio says he got tested at the Freeman Coliseum and got a tax his results were ready but the results aren't there when he clicks the link for several days now Rios has called the city for answers the card is stolen you're not that you're not the
"lani" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"That too says go put that we're gonna go you know what I'm at home commando who's gonna know right sure right and so lay Lani had just finished doing a load of laundry and there was some genes in there and like I like my little lemons ability through these jeans on it was a pair of jeans that don't wear that often I guess you know you tried all different clothes now when your quarantine is going through a closet you know so could the genes on it right out of the dryer is no peer like Levi's and have those studs all over yeah yeah I honest to gosh it wasn't so much I just burned my tush for some reason the zipper without wearing the underwear in a certain area you said another I thank you that was on fire share on fire has a middle name sense hello I'm sorry damage we got some face I guess coming in here as well yes we're talking about how you injured yourself at home young said she's heard her does she goes I'm just like chill out I thought is my toe broken all my gosh I can't go to the ER right now but then she realizes well I never really could move that tell anyway I think I'm okay what Katz said not displayed well you're told but sometimes like your toes you can't I don't know maybe it's just me and I got a thing but sometimes there's at that one so that just won't move I'm moving all my you know I'm not wearing a dress and all my toes are going up and down can you move the sink I can't move them separately but can you move in sync I know they did the toe next to my pinky toe doesn't quite have the mobility of the other toes drop my pen on the floor John try to pick it up the foot really no not really I can't read the Facebook alchemist I kicked something in my garage and lost my pinky toenail for the six Julie said I cut myself a bunch with a knife while cooking and then Francis said that working on my bed is sitting on my foot I didn't realize my foot fell asleep and I got up to walk and I couldn't fell to the floor excruciating pain a lot of stuff going on here yeah Hey good morning Lauren how are you doing this morning lord hi I am doing well how are you guys we're doing all right how did you injure yourself what happened well like gel I am clumsy as it is but the last few weeks and I hold my head just reared its ugly head I'll go into the kitchen for quarantine not all look in the fridge ruffle around and I'll forget you remove myself from the phrase you bring my head up not the back of my head then there we have a bathroom storage cabinet over the toilet and it's often open so when I leaned forward and it I knocked my forehead then a work related I work with files and you get cheaper because their file because we didn't know about it well the good all hand painted there hi Sir yes that's when you find all the paper because we put that hands I know them so well it's just that it's so funny you bring that up yeah I thank the lord no I love you call then you have to be a quarantine snacks I started thinking it was well listen we're gonna post something up on the Valentine the morning Instagram right now we're all gonna do it and hopefully we'll have a by the end of two leave us I want you to check it out you can at balance in the morning we're all gonna film our toes and see how they wiggle comparatively offered this is Jill so there's no worry about being free all my friends headache here right now is so not good but if you do it for like thirty seconds yeah if you do for three feet above it should be okay they will put it up and see how the toaster wiggling comparatively crimes making a face let me let me do all right did anybody Lauren would you like to see that to see how all of our toes wiggled today all we go together is our one so that doesn't work you make that decision okay this is your call okay yes I have to make sure they're all working there is guys get phones out started to wiggle and we'll put it up at Valentine in the morning Instagram make sure you follow is there thank you lord take yourself be safe right thank you thank you okay but by his duly but don't start now it's my FM you know I don't know you know what is the third one who whose fault is.
"lani" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The show with the Lani kai Shelley Wynter DJ crystal and my good friend Scotty B. R. producer we appreciate you guys listed were on every Saturday and Sunday at nine PM thank you all for listening last question about this listing before we take your final balls if you close the lid afterwards how do you see if you had any scraping you know nothing nothing nothing your game is nothing right even this is going to fall Harry on the west side well the Hey Gary Webster gear for all of our that's what happened at all is family all the family members got it to yeah you were at fault all right if you wave goodbye I went twice because the we're not the only ones a lot of people say goodbye you have to Gary when you go when it's all it's all when all of this is over and I can't wait to get back to my grandson the ball game there it is that's a great answer my brother god bless you great answer god bless you god bless yes Sir unless you do thank you well that's a great answer can get back to my grandsons that's good right there that's good stuff let's go to sail ships them in my phone it can can beat that Sam yeah hello yes Sir we hear what's.
9-Year-Old Struck By Bullet In Dallas Road Rage Shooting Out Of Hospital, Back Home In Oklahoma
"Nine year old girl who was wounded in that road rage shooting in Dallas out of the hospital now back home recovering meantime Caryl these Selby Phillips says there may be a reason behind the increase in the number of road rage incident it may be more people in the metroplex crowding under the same number of roads D. B. as lieutenant Lani Henschel says road rage often begins in heavy traffic when someone cuts another driver off or weaves in and out of traffic or is watching a cell phone instead of the row of somebody cut you off or something let that go you don't want to let what the other drivers doing impact your
Chiefs vs. Chargers: Win game you should win
"Woodward look at the chiefs and final raider games this season coming up this weekend for the chief threatened yes on Sunday afternoon the chiefs will finish up the regular season they've already got a playoff spot just don't know where yet the Chargers and the chiefs in the regular season finale teams forty one the division they won ten of their last eleven against the Chargers last five games chiefs defense allowing nine and a half points a game not on a net leads the NFL in that five weeks straight and everyone that says that defense was suspect it'll it'll run around well yeah has the company been great well if you'll be the patriots in that so yeah but you know they also they had Lani increases over cone yeah we're trying to figure still trying to figure out that is legit Jeez can take that in the post season keep that no one that Lionel really be so the chiefs are still did the deal is the chief you're still trying to get a first round bye in the playoffs can they get next week off they can do it if the chiefs win in the patriots lose doesn't seem likely the patriots are a sixteen point favorite at home
American Airlines Mechanic Pleads Guilty To Sabotaging Plane
"Eights in airline mechanic who is alleged to have sabotaged a flight from Miami to the Bahamas pleads guilty in court too much it alone he pleaded guilty to a single count of attempted destruction of an aircraft he was working for American Airlines at Miami International in July when he tampered with a component of a plane that was about to depart for the Bahamas a Lani had inserted a foam substance into the system and used super glue to hold it in place the aircraft never took off a line he told authorities he was upset with the status of union contract negotiations and wanted to generate some overtime but the FBI said ISIS propaganda was found on his phone he faces up to twenty years in prison when he sentenced in
"lani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The vast majority of those involved with the Lani only once for Rama and we are in the compass school representing a lunch for Lani victims has been working on some of these cases yes do you want please yep they have indeed been several complaints filed against members of the security and defense forces and the majority of those cases have ended up before the military tribunal but unfortunately the military prosecutor's office has not followed up on these complaints that we filed not total for Rama himself says he's received death threats because of his work alongside the families of victims one of my co worker fifty one I have clients from all corners of this country and there are human rights organization I to collaborate wins and I can assure you there reason forty eight hours did go by without me receiving information that prove that such and such a person has been arrested by security forces and later he's bloody found on the side of the road attacks by militant groups remain the number one cause of civilian deaths in Burkina lawsuit the jeep grille warns that the more people feel unsafe the more risk they all of joining the wrong side the BBC's Louise the last reporting there from Ouagadougou Burkina Faso you're with the world support for KQED comes from geico protecting people and their vehicles for over seventy five years geico is proud to offer emergency roadside service to bay area drivers learn more at geico dot com or one eight hundred.
"lani" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"You need to get it done no that's not my name my name is Lani my name is to me yeah yeah that's what you call okay I wish you guys could see the reactor every Friday is quite hilly ours is go out now okay was matter tell me wrong let me tell you so you know you've been assigned if did you know like I I I appreciate her stance on like you know me we should be respectful towards each other but we get and the but there's there's like different levels right now is very good I think so because I use the word I use with my friend me my friend used to each other and you know I just I had different it's different way the faint and I yes if it's hold yeah where it's being used in like yeah is is very light light like you like from all that you guys are being sometimes you like great throw right it's sometimes you know people you like she's a beat no I just straight up it is right is but you could tell a woman walks up to you and says listen here no I'm swing in on my would you say excuse me miss some people she may be flying she does really got it together you like great you look bad I think it's just take I think it's like depending on the context and how we use it it's I don't know I and I'm gonna probably get back much of same is but I do think right now our societies like super sensitive about our everyday and I'm like I have got to relax the cashier that way yeah I don't get a mall in a wide like wasn't somebody also so many of the other day is that the message from I don't think this is appropriate and then she would Simone you've been holding back that no why you keep roll your eyes you like you side I I know that I know you heard that vehicle fandom with L. some of ya'll Lani yes okay composing because my thing about that is that you know she I don't like being called a B. for any any coverage of that I mean only when I'm giving tea and that they would like if teatime Jacoby all this other stuff but other then outside of that I don't like it at home you know to mera always have this like Disney PR life yeah well I'd like to be a third at I want to be strong I want to be the the thing you know you got money I'm sorry that you know I used to like Lani but she's just too much for you not enough but it is just one of those things I see if you buy what I want to be called it and be like shoddy do you really do you really good I'll be he the type of person that if you go out a you go to wan her conduct comedy thing if you like yeah I'll be I don't think she's gonna be taken as a he you're gonna be stronger I'm getting stuff done all I'm a be if you gonna cry who are who will not have been but how how man as you just gotta love though but it's just to me I don't like it I'm at the group's americana strong call me a third of but I mean I models in the contacts because like in the work what yeah in the workplace I guarantee you there's a ton of times a week a call bees by certain people and say Hey end right is because we came up with something or were not letting down on something because something needs to get done yeah if that were a man yeah he'd be assertive yeah he spoke at length of the call it is gender bias it is it is it is absolutely heinous IT has got a man because women have flipped it and we have made in a pen empowering word for ourselves yeah a we can use the amongst each other but then they want to get mad because if they use the we don't check them yeah I I know you can't have it within it's similar to the N. word that it is is exactly the same we use it but someone outside the group yeah you they they'll then we'll switch I'll be late wait a minute yeah that's exactly how I feel yeah records yeah I'll be difficult of course that's always I don't like it I don't use it I don't call my friend I don't know I don't feel comfortable with it this is me yeah but even in like the friendly in friendly was like my friends we don't use it like yeah I've never used it with me until now this because to be funny but yeah I'm I don't I don't not to you day a we give you too much respect be I had the Lynde could you be doing a killer here done it be flown in Lyle and I'm happy Madison my breath away you you hear me that's funny now button I don't know I just I guess I have my weird feelings about the same with the in where even though I've used it a couple times but they deserve it at eight and my idol discriminate when I use the N. word anybody can get it black land hello man out I don't matter really yeah it's okay Billy message you be like you and he's like wow they called I will call you then I'll say why you know because in the dictionary but in words stance for ignorant and lots of things I don't know but it is then then that that's also you know you can just like the pair of that'll discriminate you called in word if they if you act like Hey the other but I don't know the B. were but let's say you Atlanta colors of the you think the the the is the word as a term of endearment or do you think it's zero or you know do you think we should use it at all yeah let us know four four eight nine two two seven old for free now because two of us think K. it's cool then they got to live near right I mean it gives me a lie it gives people like because I I didn't mind at I did find article about our orange president and chief you move your your name although as I mean I mean correct that LA is not so that's how we used to describe Hillary and all she was trying to do is to you though but again that was a group of men yeah exactly but that's something that is well coming back those men but this is coming from the same man if he like the graph both by the th the th of font we let you know that this is an example but because other men will probably use it because we got calling each other that why cannot so that's why I'm saying I I feel like a contact problem yeah contact nine six in town not all buyers yeah let's say you Atlanta calls at four four eight nine two two seven zero three listen taught there to maybe W. okay he started give me high but the rise to Troy yeah are you back there.
2019-20 NBA Season Preview
"About Summer League in and whether or not is indicative of what guys are going to become their it's to summer leagues in a row where I went to games and I watched the game and I thought Lani Walker is better than everybody on this court by a wide margin you know and and there have been derek moments for sure over the last two years and I I saw who is the kid in Utah this year killed Johnson he he looked very good. I mean they've got a bunch of young guys young perimeter Guy Managers Derek Weitz in Britain Forbes is still young trees else getting a flyer on him they have a lot of young talent in San Antonio I know and this Sheldon Johnson look pretty good he looked I tell you this he looked better in the Utah Summer League than he ever did talk to me so we'll see and we know they've got a pretty good track record of being able to evaluate talent and get guys in the second half of the draft would for tough people can people get crap on derozen an aldridge all they want those are still two of the top what how far you want to go down thirty players in the league I mean if you got to you got two guys like that and then I I like I like trade lyles I thought that was a really good signing Perfectly I guess thirty maybe forty something like that we gave was fantastic last year for them and I liked what trae lyles like the Trey lyles signing I mean hell they were omitted away for I'm knocking off Denver last year so I mean let's not act like this team wasn't good they were good team last year and you add Dijana Marie into that mix WCHS you know they added some real players in free agency Demari Carol have some moments for them and Trey lyles will have some moments for them I oh come on betting against them has just been a fool's errand I mean they're going to hatch at listen I'm not going to be the guy that says that this is and for the spurs like it's going to happen first and then I'll talk about it but they that team has been buried so many times over the last twenty years it's unbelievable oh they were buried after they lost the grizzlies as a eight versus a one seed buried they had to move on from Parker I don't really and you know within two years they're playing the most beautiful basketball it's ever been known demand
"lani" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"To the Fairmont kea Lani and why layout which I actually just stayed at last year it's amazing and there's also music out my friends from yam house it which is a great local band that they won't be playing there as well and I got involved in this because my dad actually had a bone marrow transplant almost exactly two years to the date he's doing great he I grew up in New York so they went to Boston to well then Farber cancer center and I have to be honest with you for such a scary instance we feel blessed because we made great friends with the nurses and care team at at Dana Farber my dad is feeling healthier now than he. did before he had the bone marrow transplant because for years or at least a year leading up to it some health things going on that didn't really stand out as anything major at that point that it turns out were related to his disease and were it not for the the folks to be the match that help to facilitate matching him with the donor from Germany to get the stem cells he needed to cure his disease and the care team he would not be here today his net now when you go to donate bone marrow and and see if you can help somebody else out what what is the process like is this a a painful process it's not painful and certainly signing up to be a bone marrow donor it takes nothing you get a cheek swab you swipe your cheek you put in the mail and you send it to to the be the match organization and then you're on file and if you happen to to match somebody that needs your stem cells or bone marrow they will contact you. but at this point we're really just looking to expand the potential donor base and you may not ever have to to to do anything at all if it gets to the point where you have to donate there is what I would call a relatively easy method which is you get hooked up essentially it's like you're giving blood they harvest stem cells from your blood they filter them out put the blood right back into you it takes like forty five minutes it's not a big deal and then there's the other slightly more involved process which does yes require general anesthesia where they take bone marrow from your hip bone and that also takes about forty five minutes but if you're if you're like my dad you probably don't have a donor within your own family something like seventy percent of people don't have donors that match within their own family so this really is the way to save people's lives up to ninety two thousand people have had their lives changed by this process and be the match started while and and give me the website again sure it's be the match dot org slash bash if you want to buy tickets to the be the match bash for as little as seventy five dollars and I'll be there somehow in till twelve thirty in the morning Sunday it starts the whole thing starts at five o'clock the bash starts at eight thirty and I'm there until twelve thirty in the morning after having gotten up and work Saturday morning so who knows what's going to come out of my mouth that that think it's gonna be a long day but it's going to be a great day and and I'm glad your dad is doing fairly really well I'm honored to help out because I think no matter how long I live I will never feel like I have paid back with somebody paid for to us. well said all right thank you Mike. it is I I'm gonna stumpy about the twins I'm gonna try to little any resulting it on little Eddie Rosario trip twins trivia coming up after we do traffic.
President Donald Trump Says Whistleblower Report Is 'Another Political Hack Job'
"A Lancaster man has been indicted for getting a hand gun inside a secured area of the Dallas County jail forty nine year old city right Williams was initially pulled over by a DPS trooper and arrested for wearing body armor as convicted felon DPS lieutenant Lani Hansel says Williams told the trooper he had a gun and a taser but he did not tell the trooper about another gun that was hidden under the body armor until he was inside the secured area of the jail once inside your garage intake area Williams told troopers he had a weapon concealed behind a steel plates on his body armor. the body armors removed weapon was secured Williams booked in the Dallas County jail while troopers are supposed to disarm people before transporting council says the trooper felt it was safer to take Williams to the jail in the body armor then to remove it and do such a complete search on the scene Williams faces a number of charges including taking a con into a penal
American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotage will remain behind bars
"Interesting you might remember last week there is this mechanic accused of trying to sabotage an American Airlines flight he's behind bars now bond has been denied because the judge says the suspect maybe sympathizing with terrorists John Lawrence has our story a bomb shell during Wednesday's bond hearing for a bowl Majeed my roof Akhmed Aloni prosecutor said the airline mechanic forwarded a terror video from his phone to another person experts worry about copycats prosecutors also claim the sixty year old wrote all we ask you to use all your might and power against non Muslims Aloni is charged with willfully damaging destroying disabling or wrecking an aircraft authorities say he tampered with a system that collects data like a plane speed the July seventeenth flight from Miami was aborted with no injuries reported along he had been with American Airlines since nineteen eighty eight the carrier has fired a Lani and says it's cooperating with the investigation thanks to John Lawrence for that information now according to court documents along he said he
American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging flight
"An American Airlines mechanic appeared in court earlier today on charges of sabotaging the flight because he was upset about stalled union contract talks and wanted to earn overtime fixing the plane sixty year old Abdul Majeed Maruf I met a Lani was arrested and accused of disabling the navigation system on an American Airlines flight headed to Nassau Bahamas with one hundred and fifty passengers and crew on board it happened in mid July at Miami International Airport the flight was aborted an inspection revealed the tampering a Lani has been an American Airlines employees since nineteen eighty eight it has been suspended the airline said at American we have an unwavering commitment to the safety and security of our customers and team members and we are taking this matter very
Pearl Harbor, Morris Oklahoma And California discussed on Sean Hannity
"He was one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor ninety eight year old Lani cook of Morris Oklahoma died Wednesday his family says he died at his home in California where he moved to just last year to be near family he will be buried in
"lani" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Herb Alpert and Lani hall live for three nights at the triple door March sixth through the eighth experienced that classic Tijuana brass sound, you know, and love herb Alpert and Lani hall live at the triple door. Call two oh, six eight three eight four three three three. That's two. Oh, six eight three eight four three three three or visit the triple door dot net. For tickets the triple door dot net. It's taught Herman here with some big news from my friends at renters warehouse, they've acquired one of America's leading online real estate investment. Marketplace's now become the nation's leading real estate investment services company. What does this mean for you? It means red says warehouses now your one stop shop to research by lease manage and sell single family rental properties. Seriously. It's like you have stocks and bonds except their rental homes. Whether you're looking at twenty properties are just one Richards warehouse gives you the tools you need find great properties. Then great tenants collect the rent manage the maintenance view stock like analytics and track your portfolio with wrenches warehouse. You can do it all from the comfort of your own home. Heck, even do it from your phone and your properties don't have to be local that can be anywhere in the country. When it comes to a lock in the investment parv rental homes wrenches. Warehouses leveling the playing field. You don't have to be some real estate hotshot. They have the network knowledge and technology to make you a rent estate mogul virtually overnight, and it all starts by visiting. Renters warehouse dot com today. Everybody. John Curley here with a special guest. Rachel. Hi, rachel. Hi. You are a great success story from evolve one eighty weight loss, everyone has heard high protein, low carb, but how has involved one eighty weight loss been different for you? Rachel not only does it provide me the structure that I need but also the flexibility it's easy to follow. I get tons of support the science backs that up whether that's Kito high-fat Kito. I don't even feel like I am following a diet program, which is nice and helpful for people like yourself. I mean, you're busy with work at a travel schedule, you still want to go out and about so how does it Volve one eighty help you prepare for that? They have recommended restaurants. They have recommended mock tails and cocktails for you. They actually tell you how to put dinner parties together, you get to sit down with the coaches every single week and really get that community support. Just like they did for Rachel evolve. One eighty weight loss, we'll design a custom program for weight loss that works for you. You're one on one private consultation is absolutely free evolve. One eighty weight loss dot com. Evolve. One eighty weight loss dot com..
"lani" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Was Lani Walker. They're talented rookie out with a knee injury. Then they lost their John Murray to a right ACL injury. He's out for the year. Derek Whyte was the last. He has left heel pain he'll be out anywhere from two to eight weeks. So Bryn Forbes, we'll get thirteen career start. He's a third-year guard out of Michigan state Dhamar DeRosa the big off season acquisition in the trade with the Toronto Raptors Jaka Purtill coming over with tomorrow's Rosen four from the Toronto. Raptors at both of them are starting lineup here tonight. Tomorrow's an eleventh in league scoring a season ago averaging twenty three a game Rudy gain out its thirteenth season out of Uganda's the small forward. Lamarcus Aldridge nine for the league in scoring a season ago. Twenty three points a game. He is the power forward and Jaka hurdle. Now it his third year out of Utah. He will get the start at center they'll bring pow Ghazal off the desk keys to the game. Tonight. Brought to you by Northland Ford and your north and Ford dealers well temporal need to find a way to scrap their way to the fourth quarter. Keep this thing close they've had a dreadful history here in San Antonio. Of course, they're not the only ones lot of teams. Struggle when they come into this building. But the wolves have dropped twenty five of their last twenty six games here in this building. They scrapped they fought their way to the fourth quarter last year in the season opener. But it was late sixty two seven Spurs run to push that game in favor of San Antonio. Another key for the Woolsey or tonight how Jimmy Butler is acclimated back to this.
Burt Reynolds, star of "Boogie Nights" and "Smokey and the Bandit," dies at 82
"It Burt Reynolds movie star who played it for grins dies at eighty two. And they talk about well right here. The ex-jock jock from Florida starred in deliverance and boogie nights. But preferred making such populist fun fair as smokey and the bandit the Campbell run and starting over. That's that's kind of what he always loved doing until much later in his career. And he was the biggest box office star in the world at one at one time. Yeah, this is well written. I read part of this again, this is Hollywood reporter Reynolds who received an Oscar nomination when he portrayed porn director Jack corner in. Boogie nights. Nineteen ninety seven was the number one box office attraction for a five year stretch starting in the late nineteen seventies for five straight years. Wow. Half a decade, and obviously before and after that still enormous, but I mean, number one for half a decade. He died this morning at Jupiter medical center in Florida. According to his manager. This is a little sad though, beloved by audiences for his brand of frivolous. Good old boy fair the playful Reynolds rarely was embraced by the critics the first time he saw himself in boogie nights. He was so unhappy he fired his agent he went on to win a Golden Globe. But lost out in the Oscar supporting actor race to Robin Williams for Robin Williams role in goodwill hunting, and they say it was a very bitter disappointment for Burt Reynolds. And then he had said this. This was later in a memoir called. But enough about me Burt Reynolds says I didn't open myself to new writers or risky parts. Because I wasn't interested in challenging myself as an actor. I was interested in having a good time. As a result. I missed a lot of opportunities to show I could play serious roles by the time. I finally woke up. Up and tried to get it. Right. Nobody would give me a chance. Yeah. So he wasn't entirely satisfied with his career. But it's just so funny because my God he was like the ultimate movie star required for quite a while. And he was married to Lani Anderson. How many times was he married? Didn't he marry Sally field or were they just an item? I can't even remember, man. I can't I don't know. And you said he was married to Lani. I believe you. I wouldn't have known if he was only dating her. Messier divorces in Hollywood. Did they I think they did? Yeah. I didn't remember any of it. But. And it's weird that he hated himself in boogie nights. I thought he was I thought it was good in boogie nights. I guess he did maybe just didn't like the rule. I dunno. I thought it was good. I thought he was kind of like a like a tragic figure in that movie. I remember a funny thing. Now, you know, these are like these old Hollywood stories. So who knows if this is true? But this this is what I once read that both. He and Clint Eastwood. Were under contract for so many movies. And this is like before they were huge. They were not movie stars yet. But they were under some small contract for so many movies from the same studio, and they both get called into the office by this big shot at the same time. And he was tearing up the contracts paid them off whatever it was a small thing. They weren't they weren't big movie stars yet. And the way that they were both let go the story had it that he pointed. I at Burt Reynolds and said, you you can't act and then points at Clint Eastwood and said, you your Adam's apple is too. Big. You're out and he gets rid of. And the story was that they walk down. All I want this to be true. They walked down the hall. They get into the elevator. They're both quiet for second. It's only them and Burt Reynolds says man, you're the one I feel sorry for and Clinton says why Bert says, well, I can always learn to act. You can't do a damn thing about that. Adam's apple. Typical always a jokester. I hope that's the true story. But freaking knows. All right. Well. This is like one of those deaths where wow, it was huge name. I guess it's not one that like totally crushes me or gets me really upset not saying anything bad about the guy. I bet my mom will feel really
ESPN's Basketball Power Index on Warriors and Celtics
"ESPN's VP irate. He's release have the Celtics with the second best percentages to both make the finals at nearly forty percent and to win the NBA championship had eighteen percent. Only behind of course, then champion warriors, Chris are the Celtics. Now the biggest threat to the wars. This will come off as a completely Homer opinions. I cover, but I absolutely feel that way. And what I think is interesting is that we only saw them healthy for such a short glimpse last season and not just five minutes in the regular season where they actually look very good out of the gate. Their offense looked really Chris, but during training camp, you just saw there was supposed to be this time where we're going to take awhile for all to come together.
"lani" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"John Murray Lani Walker Derek White they have some use, and they did pick up. A pick, granted it protected I think the way I look at. It it gives them a little bit more time they can. Compete for the next one, to two years but then maybe after that entering the twenty twenties men maybe it's time to enter a rebuild but now they can try to maximize the next couple of. Years and you know it feels like that's what pops thinking he's probably thinking yeah for a few more years I don't wanna be coaching a rebuilding team, I want to try to win yeah absolutely I, had an, executive an executive yesterday and. And I said maybe it will turn out. To, be the wrong decision they added a. Player that helped him now helps them now rather than later. And he said to me. He's like they are doing. That has earned the right over the last twenty. Years to finish out the way he wants to. The I get this feeling and it is bothers me even though it shouldn't because I root for a garbage franchise I'm a nets fan right so you understand where I'm getting better now they are. And I'm happy about that I mean it looked and that's built a built a championship, caliber Team in Boston so obviously they've done something right they were. Able, to do. That very successfully I see this with Bela, check and pop and they're great I'm not. Trying to rip them but anytime they make a questionable, decision we get the author so smart well smart guys, can sometimes make bad decisions it doesn't, even Bella check isn't an all time great it doesn't mean Papas. An all time, great I get the sense from a. Lot of people, that, they're just going to say. Well let's pop so it's gotta be halfway. It's gotta be good because it's. Pop, sometimes. It's not good even if it is pop, right oh for, sure I mean nobody is exempt from making mistakes right. Made mistakes and his career you know you can go back to the famous. Fourth and to decision you'd, never mind Malcolm Butler and the third ball great coaches and great decision makers are capable of making fatal mistakes and you know what, this could turn out to be a mistake for the Spurs derozen might never improve his three pointer he may. Never improve defensively and, the? Next two years they could just be like a high, forty s and one team. Would really, no title aspirations and then they could lose the ROY Rosen and Aldridge when those guys, at three in a couple of. Years that could easily ended up happening but. The flip side to it for them as, well they won..
"lani" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The draft the eighteenth pick was lani walker never heard of lani walker i don't watch college basketball the highlights that i've seen the guy's incredible the guy is a great player he's got the funky is hair i've seen it's all up here in all sideways and it's really something he's known i think as much for his hair as he is for his basketball prowess now blessed he's nineteen and he's now a billionaire you gotta love that right that's the american dream so i've seen interviews with a guy and he's just really really a top seems extremely intelligent seems really really well learned or learned as he went to college did very well now he's only nineteen graduated college but still doing very well the way he handles himself he seems much older than nineteen told you know a acute an anecdote about going to dinner with coach pop and there was wine involved he's only nineteen go check i'd have the wind was a great he's effervescing a great personality while the fourth of july lami walker whose nineteen and now a billionaire because he lives in the greatest country on planet earth sends out a tweet fourth of july his tweet was we'll never celebrate fourth of july know your history and stay woke what what are you what are you talking about now the argument is over by the way david robinson who is maybe the most famous if not the second most famous behind tim duncan spur his fourth of july tweet was happy fourth of july good data we appreciate how fortunate we are limited it's great and free country god bless the usa the of the appropriate thing to put out there the admiral always classy lonnie walkers benefits for about oh about a week and he's already setting out tweets that will serve to divide the fan base and we'll show level of ignorance that none of us aw let me give you the tweet again have you agree with them i'd love to have that conversation with you we'll never celebrate fourth of july know your history exclamation and stay woke lani walker nineteen year old billionaire because of where he lives now the references at some of the responses to him were well black people weren't free and for another hundred twenty years or something like that although it would have been one hundred twenty years it would have been ninety years people were free for another century well actually that's untrue the firstly voter of the united states of america was a black man there were black slave owners and plantation owners at the time of the civil war not all black people were slaves although slavery was disgusting and horrible in today the continued slavery over a large swath of africa is disgusting oh yes slavery existed in two thousand eighteen lonnie you want to go and fight slavery go to africa or any other country maybe in the middle east and go try to free some slaves because it happens today but having said that not all black people in america at the time of the civil war we're slaves there were slave owners when the civil war was being fought who were black the argument that we can't celebrate independence day by we i mean black folks in america black americans african americans the idea that you can't celebrate it because black people weren't free is untrue but let's say let's go with his premise that all black people were slaves and only white people get independence that day let's go with that if not for that independence proclamation the declaration of independence of not for that would we or would we not still be under british law british rule where you had to be anglican you could only pick one religion were you had no freedoms and your t was going to be taxed through the nose we broke away and claimed our independence as a country to benefit all americans thank thank the good lord above we got rid of slavery we abolished it whereas it continues and millions of people are slave today on planet earth we fixed it this country has done more good than any other country on planet earth way more good than bad even if he's right that black people were free for another ninety years is he saying that we.
"lani" Discussed on Here & Now
"Very internal it was me starting to question if i was going to live a life that was honest and raise my children according to the values that i really believed in than how would i do that in a way that i can live fully and honestly and was protective of my relationship with my children and eventually that started expressing itself externally and that's when you know neighbors in the community started having strong reactions will so you had gone to an orthodox jewish court to get the divorce agreement and you'd sign a contract agreeing to practice your faith this often happens many people don't know that these contracts that are written agreed to in religious courts often end up in secular courts when someone feels that someone else has broken the contract what happened in that secular court the vigil agreement that i signed in the bet din which is the jewish quarter of law as seen as negotiation or arbitration agreement and then was just presented none of a judge and signed and that's why it had such legal binding later when when my ex husband took me back to court to fight for custody of our children okay so the court had recognized it as legal document and what kind of defense could you make because hadn't you broken legal document yes and that's why it was such a difficult case ultimately best interest of the children has to override any pre existing agreement since i was the children's primary caretaker all these years and the children were comfortable with the lifestyle changes that were slowly happening for us as a family it made sense that the children should be allowed to continue in that vein that was your defense but that judge in that secular court turned you down and took the children away and gave them to the father i wanna bring in lani lani how often does this happen that women or men have to go before these courts because they are moving away from their faith we see.