31 Burst results for "Liberty Island"

"liberty island" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"liberty island" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"In contrast like without death there is no life without evil. There is no good. You know in my in my hunting in my travels through christianity and through religion and through science through a certain amount of beliefs. It really all comes down to. Well doesn't really. Oh come down to see that but there are so many things like like like. There's evidence that satan isn't lucifer. For example lucifer was the head of the choir. He was the archangel lucifer was. He was he was he was. He was the band guy he was the and but satan is this huge demi-god individual but there's proof that not proof. There's there's story and lineage. That have satan actually not being a a fallen angel of god but rather being another god being the the got the sun god saturn And so god the christian god would have been sort of at war with the sun. god saturn Both being different entities both being different creators. And like there's there's leverage to that. There's there's all kinds of because you can look into the black cube of saturn All over the place and but it also intertwined with all of the satanic imagery that comes through all of the music. Every single thing that's ever been released musically for the most part is satanic And that was lucifer's gig but heaven so like the two of them cross over so it's possible that you know lucifer and satan our children. But they're different entities. And there's there's a ton of people that i would love to talk to you that are just as religious but that are i don't want i'm not saying the the the church of satan that's an actual thing and that's that's retarded but there's like there's so many different like the the the love god yes lucifer is like the mother mother mother lucifer no mother satan other fuck. I don't even. I'm going to drop that whole thing because i am not getting wrong. Makes me laugh. Just briefly back to the last person that was ripping on. I got these facts. Messed up so ladies and gentlemen to that individual. If you're listening to me now feel free to leave him. Review i got the islands mixed up between ellis island and liberty island at one point. I was talking about Conspiracy not conspiracies am the mandela fact. Which is such a fascinating thing. And it's also a beautiful segue so i literally just took satan and segue into a great mandela fact with you when it's not really a jump you wanna make all that often but it works today works today. What in in in the in the in your bible in your memory. What animal lies with the lamb..

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"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There on Liberty Island during the filming of the show and would know the truth. I called the personnel and he agreed to talk. My name is Ed Alonzo. I'm known as the Misfit of Magic. And maybe remember me is Max, the owner of the diner and saved by the bell? It was also the guy who made that curtain go up and down in front of the Statue of Liberty. Actually, there are two guys who was a big curtain. It was 18 years old. The time a young magician says he stayed overnight at David Copperfield's parent's house in New Jersey, before the shoot. I told them I'd heard the audience might have been in on it. I told him what the Park service guy had told me that an audience member had said she had been paid to be there really say I'm totally surprised. It is possible that maybe some of the people were Paid to be there on Lee because they couldn't get enough regular people with the amount of tickets that they gave out. Sometimes you do use paid extras in an audience, he says. They show up on time and you can tell me the dress nicely. But even if they were paid people they would have not have known how the trick was done. There was no reason for for anyone to know ahead of time. Copperfield's team, by the way, says no audience members were paid. They say the woman who claims she was paid to be there must have been on the production staff. And it says an enormous amount of work was done to make sure the trick would fool people that didn't want to talk about her confirmed the mechanics of the trick, But he said they did a whole dry run beforehand out in Los Angeles. The idea to make the Statue of Liberty disappear came from an illusion Designer named Jim Steinmeier. Copperfield's team with the help of a guy named Don Wayne at it all kinds of improvements and built the stage. As a test, they used it to make the moon disappear. They said the stage of basically in this parking lot. Yeah, we're in a parking lot, because this this stage was enormous. David thought that you know, we have to do kind of a demonstration to work up the bugs before we haul this thing to New York. Bunch of top magicians in L. A. Sat on the stage. Copperfield made the moon disappear, and everyone gave notes tweaks to make a better so you could fool a real audience that says the night of the filming at the Statue of Liberty. Was clear to him that the people in the audience were fooled. Ask him why? In a couple shots, the audience seemed a little fake to me. He had a pretty good explanation, which is that they filmed the trick multiple times. Copperfield's team officially denies this, Ed says. It's so though I think that maybe after we did about the third or fourth time, some of the people that were sitting on this platform may have Had an idea as to what was going on..

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who had been there on Liberty Island during the filming of the show and would know the truth. I called the personnel and he agreed to talk. My name is Ed Alonzo. I'm known as the Misfit of Magic. And maybe remember me is Max, the owner of the diner and saved by the bell? It was also the guy who made that curtain go up and down in front of the Statue of Liberty. Actually, there are two guys who was a big curtain. It was 18 years old. The time the young magician says he stayed overnight at David Copperfield's parent's house in New Jersey, before the shoot. I told them I'd heard the audience might have been in on it. I told him what the Park service guy had told me that an audience member had said she had been paid to be there really say I'm totally surprised. It is possible that maybe some of the people were paid to be there on Lee because they couldn't get enough regular people with the amount of tickets that they gave out. Sometimes you do use paid extras in an audience, he says. They show up on time and you can tell me the dress nicely. But even if they were paid people they would have not have known how the trick was done. There was no reason for for anyone to know ahead of time. Copperfield's team, by the way, says no audience members were paid. They say the woman who claims she was paid to be there must have been on the production staff. And it says an enormous amount of work was done to make sure the trick would fool people that didn't want to talk about her confirmed the mechanics of the trick, But he said they did a whole dry run beforehand out in Los Angeles. The idea to make the Statue of Liberty disappear came from an illusion Designer named Jim Steinmeier. Copperfield's team with the help of a guy named Don Wayne at it all kinds of improvements and built the stage. As a test, they used it to make the moon disappear. They said the stage of basically in this parking lot. Yeah, we're in a parking lot, because this this stage was enormous. David thought that you know, we have to do kind of a demonstration to work up the bugs before we haul this thing to New York. Bunch of top magicians in L. A. Sat on the stage. Copperfield made the moon disappear, and everyone gave notes tweaks to make a better so you could fool a real audience that says the night of the filming of the Statue of Liberty. Was clear to him that the people in the audience were fooled. Ask him why? In a couple shots, the audience seemed a little fake to me. He had a pretty good explanation, which is that they filmed the trick multiple times. Copperfield's team officially denies this and says it's so though I think that maybe after we did about the third or fourth time, some of the people that were sitting on this platform May have had.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scaffolding tower to hide some deeper secret E figured the best thing would be to track down some of the audience members who were there at the foot of the Statue of Liberty. But remember, this happened in 1983, and in any case, none of the audience members are named. I didn't see any easy way to track them down. As I was watching and re watching the video of the trick. I found one shot where someone's name was revealed. Someone I could try to contact it comes in the lead up or Copperfield is in the office of the Park Service official for the Statue of Liberty. It's just a quick cut away where he's explaining that he had to get permission to make the statue disappear. If you freeze frame on that part, you can just make out on the man's desk, a nameplate. David L. Moffett. I had no idea if this guy was still alive. This was after all 34 years ago. I started searching for a David L. Moffett. And I found one in Virginia. But with a previous residents of Liberty Island High I got on a plane to fly down. Recognized automatically. My driveway. Take Stella for 10 years if you wanted to do anything with the Statue of Liberty. You had to go through David l Mafia. He lived on the little island with this family. The park Service has a house there. Statue was right outside his window. He felt like it was his job to protect her. It was almost a member of the family. When a deodorant maker tried to use her in an ad, Maybe because she has her arm up, David Moffett fought back. When a furniture company wanted to hang a couch from her and have someone said in the couch. Evey towed it. When David Copperfield requested permission to make her disappear. He said. No. I personally felt that was inappropriate use of such a sacred icon, and I wrote back a rejection to the request. And I thought that probably was the end of it. But a couple weeks later, Mafia gets a letter in the mail from the director of the National Park Service, giving Copperfield permission. Copperfield had gone over his head. He had connections in the White House. Copperfield's team did confirm this. They said he got permission directly from Ronald Reagan. Put it mildly. I was a little bit taken back. A few days later, I walked in the office in there. David Copperfield. Hey, standing up. There is a very handsome.

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"liberty island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"liberty island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And you just You try to swim it and a soon as we were bumping grass with that stuff. Uh, that's actually like ringing the bell for them. It seems like the Sooners you pop it out of some of that grass. And you're getting hit. Bond. We're using that 60 degree. I Time kind of a flat head, which comes through the weeds pretty good. So that that helps a lot instead of using the 90 degree jig head catches a lot of weeds, right? I mean, the same thing with the rattle traps. I mean, you gotta burn him through there pretty quick in order to stay out of the weeds. But at the same time when you're ripping them through the weeds, that's that's creating a lot of commotion, and those fish are Going in and out of those weeds trying to chase bait s O. That's the idea. They see these things popping out of the weeds and the water is little stained because of the winds. We had the day before. It was pretty windy down there and Chopped it up pretty good. But as the day went on, the water was clearing up a little bit more and more, but I think that's what would might have helped a little bit, so I'm just gonna say that. That's just ideal for shallow water, right? My goodness. I think it might have helped a little bit. Yeah, And, uh, you know when that tide kept coming in We'd move up a little bit shallower. And when I say shallow, I mean we're talking about, uh what? What's usually 3 Ft of water. Maybe now is 4 Ft of water and We find fish that moved up a little shallower. And then we'd swing back out a little bit because there is a little bit of a trough out there, and I was trying to stay in between the trough and the weed beds and we're just kind of zigzagging back and forth through there. Moving around, and then we have we get into a few flurries and still did pretty good. We stayed there till the tide change. Swung around, Uh, We're the outgoing and the outgoing wasn't anywhere near as good as the incoming. We had some hits. We caught a couple more fish before we called it a day. But It wasn't anything like the incoming type of the influence. I was moving a lot of water. Well, well with that. Incoming. Uh I mean, aren't the fish trending toward the shallower water up near the to lease? Where is just the opposite is true for the out. Go Well, and that's why we would move up. We started moving up a little shallower, You know, we we worked a lot of the outside edges those weeds. And then when I noticed that current that tide was rising quite a bit more. We started moving in a little shallower. And we started finding a few more fish because you move in too shallow and you're getting you're getting hung up almost immediately when you cast in the grounds, But as soon as that tide came up enough to where you could Actually fish it comfortably without having to burn the lure to faster there. Um, we were starting to find a few more fish, and we got a couple bigger fish up in that shallower water, too. We had a couple nice fish on that came off. I would like to have seen but that's sufficient. I mean, at least we're cooking, looking fish and landing fish, which was a lot of fun so Hmm. They had a good day. Yeah, it really sounds like that. I mean, that's Ah, of course. Everybody wants big fish. But when you can have a day like that was quality fish, you know, like up to five and £6 on light tackle with all that action in that involves a pretty fun environment to catch. Catch stripers in. You know, it looks more like black bass water, Of course. But how do you beat that? And then the big fish will come. What we hope so And I know that they're probably running a little late and key pillar here on reports about you no way upriver and going up towards stopped and stuff like that, But it's still small fish, and they're just pods that you're running into. Here in there, and they're here one day and gone the next, So we're hoping for a little bit more consistency, and hopefully this is kind of like the beginning of it. So we're just kind of keeping our fingers crossed on that. Yeah. So what's the next step in your search for stripers down there after Sherman leg? Well, I know this coming week. I'm probably gonna be a around Liberty Island because it ties there gonna be a little bit more to my liking to be up in that area. Uh, so I know I've got a couple trips that we're gonna be going up in the Liberty Island in that area. Uh, but if it doesn't pan out, then I'll come right back down and fish down in the lower part of the Delta. But those fissures start showing a little bit more consistency up in there, too. I would think. Well, they sure have been missing in action up there, but we've talked before. No, you have one day and maybe a couple of good fishermen get some fish. Nobody else catches and then nobody catches fish for several days. So that's that's not an indicator of a whole lot of fish up there, so hopefully that will change too. Yeah, And that's what a lot of us were hoping. We love fishing up there on it's also it's always been known as a bigger fish area, so Uh, you know, we're just hoping that that happens up there real quick. But again, it's It's nice to have a fall back, you know, to be overrun downstream, maybe and get into some fish down. In the lower part if they're not moving up into the upper areas like we wanted to. So, Mr Paige, Anneli. Thank you. So thank you so much for your time this this morning. Have a good week. After the break. We'll talk to Lukla Panna bitch of Sweeney Sports in Napa. All ready to die in style. Well, then don't miss nature with home furnishings.

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"liberty island" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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What's the History of the Statue of Liberty?

BrainStuff

05:51 min | 2 years ago

What's the History of the Statue of Liberty?

"The Statue of Liberty has become such a legendary representation of New York City and America itself. It's hard to imagine a time before it found a place in the skyline it all began in the eighteen sixties when French poet and Anti Slavery activist Eduard elaborate proposed the idea of a post civil war commemoration of America's America's newfound freedoms and democracy he believed France should give a great monument a gift to the United States to celebrate both the unions victory in the civil war and and the abolition of slavery the idea resonated with a young French sculptor named Frederick August Bartholdi who'd been experimenting with large-scale Works Bartholdi started hearted drafting designs and the original goal was to complete the ambitious artistic endeavor by eighteen seventy six to mark the centennial of the American Declaration of Independence The statue that she was set to represent the goodwill between America and France. There was a little financial snag though well a big financial snag in both participating nations to raise the necessary funds for construction French government introduced everything from public fees to a fundraising lottery in the United States held auctions and benefit beatrix events and Lazarus pens the new classes for the art and literary auction to help generate money for the pedestal while all this was taking place. Bartholdi recruited did an experienced engineer to help troubleshoot structural issues with the massive sculpture enter Alexander Gustave Eiffel the man responsible for another internationally recognized architectural wonder the Eiffel Tower together with Bartholdi. I will help designed the four hundred and fifty thousand pound structure. That's about two hundred thousand kilograms and specifically specifically had a hand in planning out the Iron Pylon and secondary skeletal framework. The Statue of Liberty was finally completed in France in July of eighteen eighty four and arrived in three hundred and fifty individual pieces packed in two hundred and fourteen crates in New York Harbor in June of eighteen eighty five ten years after her original. Oh projected debut the statue of Liberty became an official New York City icon and President Grover Cleveland oversaw the official dedication ceremony on October twenty eighth of eighteen eighty six fix lady liberty herself has a full and proper name the Statue of Liberty enlightening the world. The statue's face was apparently inspired by the the face of Berkeley's mother made from iron steel and three hundred layers of hand hammered copper weighing thirty tons. Lady Liberty Herself stands approximately one hundred and eleven feet. That's thirty four meters tall. She reaches an astounding three hundred and five feet or ninety three meters. If you take her pedestal and torch into account that's the equivalent height of a twenty two story building the copper coating her is three thirty seconds of an inch thick or about two point five millimeters which happens to be the same thickness missile to American pennies placed together while the internal structure is comprised of cast iron and stainless steel as for her signature Green Hue. That's due to the natural. Oh Exhibition of that copper coating when the statue was originally completed in eighteen eighty six she had more of a copper penny tinge but over about three decades the brown hue fully oxidized to form the sea green color otherwise known as a Patina in Nineteen eighty-four. The statue got a makeover when her original torch was replaced by a new copper one covered in twenty four karat gold leaf the original torch is on display the monuments museum while the Statue of Liberty emerged from a desire to represent an alliance between America and France. Its core meaning is a mutual desire for freedom liberty for all people all over the world. It's no accident that the statue of Liberty was placed face southeast from that vantage point. She makes a perfect welcoming symbol for visitors and immigrants from her home on Liberty Island. The seven pointed crown on her head symbolizes. The seven continents em I'm seven seas and the broken shackles at her feet represent freedom from oppression. Lady Liberty possesses a few other symbols as well. She's holding a tablet in her left hand end inscribed with the date July four seventeen seventy six the date of American independence written in Roman numerals and that giant torch in her right hand. It's meant to represent represents enlightenment a fitting accessory for liberty enlightening the world as for the Lazarus poem some history experts like Robert j McNamara believe if that while Bartholdi had originally envisioned lady liberty as a symbol of America exerting its own freedom the new colossus represented America as a refuge for oppressed people seeking liberty and an understanding by people born as American citizens that had we been born elsewhere. We might be similarly seeking liberty from oppression and suffering while there may be countless interpretations dissections and Miss Readings of Lady Liberty's many possible meanings one thing is for sure. She has indeed served as America's one woman. Welcome Committee for well over a century when the US government opened a federal immigration station on Ellis Island in eighteen ninety to about twelve million immigrants were eventually processed there before receiving permission to enter the country all of whom were greeted by the sight of the Statue of Liberty nearby today a statue of Liberty. He remains a major attraction for citizens and visitors from all over the world approximately four point five million people make the pilgrimage to see her every year. One of the most popular attractions attractions is climbing up to her crown which has twenty five windows overlooking New York City and harbor. It's a strenuous climb a tight spiral staircase but visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of Brooklyn as well as original supporting iron and steel framework. The American Jewish Historical Society is leading a three year initiative called the Emma Lazarus project checked which teaches students about the woman who penned the new colossus part of the project a nationwide contest calling for new poems about the statue winners will be announced in May of twenty twenty any to learn more go to a j h s dot Org.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your Russian poets and Polish emissaries you're respectable white and the Soviets yearning to breathe free now. we will unveil that gallant lady. thank you and god bless you all. as the sun beats down on liberty island these solemn gloriously green lady pierces the brilliance guy but offers no shame many of the humans below cheerfully check off a box on their list of tourist sites the back at her unveiling the response was far more fraught two hundred women sail to the island proclaiming the quote in erecting a statue of liberty embodied as a woman in a land where no woman has political liberty men have shown a delightful inconsistency only a few years earlier the government had passed the Chinese exclusion act our first big immigration law and it was explicitly racist it sparked the so called driving out period when Chinese were shot stabbed burned and start. as for African Americans the black owned Cleveland is that offer this editorial shop the statute toward can all into the sea until the liberty of this country as such has to make it possible for an inoffensive and industrious colored man in the south to earn a respectable living for himself and his family without being who clocks haps murdered his daughter and wife outraged his property destroyed the idea of the liberty of this country and the lightning the world or even Patagonia is ridiculous in the extreme. these two species of evidence of eighty one James Baldwin in the eighties and when I do that I'm in trouble again. Bobbi javelin clues in that plaza. they went out of their way to a certain alienable rights. among these right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. what is limited. for black Americans will that happen in this country. it is simply a very good a joke. the breeze in giant of Greek fame with conquering leans to stride from land to land here at our C. washed.

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"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Will unveil that gallant lady. thank you and god bless you as the sun beats down on liberty island these solemn gloriously green lady pierces the brilliance guy but offers no shade many of the humans below cheerfully check off a box on their list of tourist sites the back at her unveiling the response was far more fraught two hundred women sail to the island proclaiming the quote in erecting a statue of liberty embodied as a woman in a land where no woman has political liberty men have shown a delightful inconsistency only a few years earlier the government had passed the Chinese exclusion act our first big immigration law and it was explicitly racist it sparked the so called driving out period when Chinese were shot stabbed burned in start. as for African Americans the black owned Cleveland is that offer this editorial shop the statue fortune all into the sea until the liberty of this country is such as to make it possible for an inoffensive and industrious colored man in the south to earn a respectable living for himself and his family without being who clocks haps murdered his daughter and wife outrage his property destroyed the idea of the liberty of this country and the lightening the world or even Patagonia is ridiculous in the extreme. will these two species of evidence of a vehicle James Baldwin in the eighties and when I do that I'm in trouble again. Bobbi seven cruises in that plaza. they went out by their creator with certain inalienable rights. among these right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. what is limited. for black Americans that can happen to this country. live it is simply a very good a joke. the breeze in giant of Greek fame with conquering leans to stride from land to land here at our.

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"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up with estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change it was heavy stuff she was the university of Colorado scientist contracted by the National Park Service she just started on this work when New York got hammered by hurricane sandy sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states even the dock on liberty island has been washed away the statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by rising flood waters lady liberty Hersh not even Rangers could get there Maria was still inner PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters had gotten that the statue of liberty she crunched the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really important to have that information Blaine advice before that storm ever happens when the storms coming in pop star are scrambling to get ready for the storm right so the concept of a phone call with scientists it took a long time four years for Maria to calculate the risks for a hundred and eighteen national parks that are exposed to rising seas finally in the autumn of twenty sixteen she was getting ready to publish she gave park.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the man in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up with estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change it was heavy stuff she was a university of Colorado scientist contracted by the National Park Service she just started on this work when New York got hammered by hurricane sandy sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states even the dock on liberty island has been washed away the statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by rising flood waters lady liberty Hersh not even Rangers could get there Maria was still inner PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters had gotten at the statue of liberty crunch the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really important to have that information Blaine advice before that storm ever happens when the storms coming in parks stuff are scrambling to get ready for the storm right so the concept of a phone call was scientist it took a long time four years for Maria to calculate the risks for a hundred and eighteen national parks that are exposed to rising seas finally in the autumn of twenty sixteen she was getting ready to publish she gave park.

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"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up with estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change it was heavy stuff she was the university of Colorado scientist contracted by the National Park Service she just started on this work when New York got hammered by hurricane sandy sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states even the dock on liberty island has been washed away the statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by rising flood waters lady liberty hurts not even Rangers could get there Maria was still inner PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning park Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters had gotten at the statue of liberty she crunched the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really important to have that information Blaine advice before that storm ever happens when the storms coming in parks all are scrambling to get ready for the storm right so the concept of a phone call with scientists it took a long time four years for Maria to calculate the risks for a hundred and eighteen national parks that are exposed to rising seas finally in the autumn of twenty sixteen she was getting ready to publish she gave park.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fascinates me. Because so many things about her are unexpected she's got this career dedicated to US national parks, but she grew up in a gritty neighborhood in London. She raced cars for fun. I grew up by Heathrow airport. So it was at planes, and right send congestion and stuff. Like that. I think that's why I got into environmental science. It was just so foreign to me. He's like, wow, I'd love to have a job, right? Actually, get to go out and be in nature. That's a little different. She's an idealist she picked climate change because she hoped her science would have a positive impact on the world under President Obama addressing climate change was a top priority. So being a climate. Scientists was kind of like being an astronaut in the nineteen sixties. That's when president Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up with estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change. It was heavy stuff. She was a university of Colorado, scientists contracted by the National Park Service. She just started on this work. When New York got hammered by hurricane sandy, sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states. Even the doc on liberty island has been. Washed away, the statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by rising floodwaters, lady liberty her not even park. Rangers could get their Maria was still in her PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning Park Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters have gotten at the statue of liberty. She crunch the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers, but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really important to have that information. Wayne advance before that storm ever happens when a storms coming in pox off are scrambling to get ready for the storm. Right. So they can't sit on the phone call. We scientists. It took a long.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Maria, fascinates me. Because so many things about her are unexpected she's got this career dedicated to US national parks, but she grew up in a gritty neighborhood in London. She raced cars for fun. I grew up by Heathrow apple. So it was airplanes and roads and congestion and stuff like that. Say that's why I got into environmental science. It was just so foreign to me. I was like, wow, I'd love to have a job, right? Actually, get to go out and be nature. That's a little different. She's an idealist she picked climate change because she hoped her science would have a positive impact on the world under President Obama addressing climate change was a top priority. So being a climate. Scientists was kind of like being an astronaut in the nineteen sixties. That's when president Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up with estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change. It was heavy stuff. She was a university of Colorado, scientists contract by the National Park Service. She just started on this work. When New York got hammered by hurricane sandy, sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states. Even the doc on liberty island has been washed away. The statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by. Rising floodwaters lady liberty her not even park. Rangers could get their Maria was still in her PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning Park Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters had gotten at the statue of liberty. She crunched the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers, but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really important to have that information. Wayne advance before that storm ever happens when a storms coming in talk off are scrambling to get ready for the storm. Right. So they can't sit on a phone call. We scientists. It took a long.

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"liberty island" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on KCRW

"Maria, fascinates me. Because so many things about her are unexpected she's got this career dedicated to US national parks, but she grew up in a gritty neighborhood in London. She raced cars for fun. I grew up by Heathrow airport. So it was airplanes. And right send congestion and stuff. Like that say that's why I got into environmental science. It was just so foreign to me. I was like, wow, I love to have a job Rach Louis. Get to go out and be in nature. That's a little different. She's an idealist she picked climate change because she hoped her science would have a positive impact on the world under President Obama addressing climate change was a top priority. So being a climate. Scientists was kind of like being an astronaut in the nineteen sixties. That's when president Kennedy challenged Americans to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in twenty twelve Maria launched her big mission to come up. With estimates of how much flooding could be expected in national parks because of climate change. It was heavy stuff. She was a university of Colorado, scientists contracted by the National Park Service. She just started on this work. When New York got hammered by hurricane sandy, sandy has killed more than ninety people in ten states. Even the doc on liberty island has been washed away. The statue of liberty is off limits because the island on which it stands was damaged by rising floodwaters, lady liberty her not even park. Rangers could get their Maria was still in her PJ's when her phone rang at home early that morning Park Rangers urgently needed her estimate of how high floodwaters had gotten at the statue of liberty. She crunched the numbers in about an hour and got her estimate to park managers, but she felt park should have had that kind of information long before storms hit it's really.

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"liberty island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I think a lot of people Scourging fishermen or anyway are waiting for this storm that always gets sturgeon fishing going, of course, at the same time, the muddy waters don't do anything for the striper fishing. So as a kind of a love hate thing. However, forget low enough in the system, you know, you just if if you're fishing up in the in the lower portions of the Sacramento river or up in the liberty island area, and you're just going to have to back down after the storm. You're back down to what we call the color line. Which is where the the Tide's coming in mixed with the muddy water and make it fissionable. So that's all we'll we'll have plenty of time to talk about that in the upcoming weeks. But for right now, let's talk to bury Canadair about what's happening right now. Highbury? Bob. So what's going on? I I haven't really heard much this week. Well, not much at all. I can tell you that. In soon city. Marina the water was forty four degrees. And as you got out towards real Rier got up to forty eight. So pretty slow. We got a couple of fish on last Saturday nothing on Sunday. And we haven't been out since we've been. Out to the gas wells. But not not. Many boats out. I saw maybe six or eight on Tuesday. There's a few out a few getting a couple of sturgeon down and Susan Bain mostly down around the ship area region below the bridge. We don't have the dirty water yet. But it's coming what we need. I mean, you just have to sit back and say, hey, I'm gonna some tackle up and clean up the boat. Yeah. Because this is what we need. And let's hope we get what we need, you know, so far it's kind of fizzling out for today. It's gonna rain, but not very much, and we're gonna have a lot of wind today and tomorrow. And then I guess the next rain is what Wednesday going to rain pretty good. So hopefully, you know, they'll let some water out we get some rain, and because we have no color line yet. I mean, it's still pretty clear. Yeah. They're not going to be leading any water during t- of that. But we don't need for reservoirs to let the water out now because plenty of water will become an from the size more than we need. I think. Yeah. Well, you know, that's why it always don't get any or we get more than what you need. But we need it badly for many many reasons, but I mean, if you're gonna do any surgeon fishing at all we gotta get this water warmed up a little bit. Yeah..

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"liberty island" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Keep going looks good. Keep going no red pen nothing. And that's the way to do it. When you writing I book, especially you just can't get stopped over think every sentence when you really for me I needed to get to the end and then come back, and edit so he was the one that. Sort of just received these chapters and kept me going and feeling like I was on track. The fact that that book was finished as all because claw ski sort of gentle encouragement, and now he's the head of Riverhead, you know, he is a phenomenal advocate for the written word. I think in in his very sort of quiet gentle way. How is it? When you have a book that achieve such critical acclaim, then you have to follow it up to fill a huge amount of pressure. Yeah. Everybody does. But I had heard, and you know, who I heard this from was Lydia Davis. Who was another hero of mine? She said just the second one quick as you can. And don't over think it and don't wait ten years. I wanted to I had ideas. And I thought I could write a much better book than my first book. So I did right. You sound velocity. Like. I mean, it was done within a year after the first book came out. I mean, I don't know if that second focus a lot better than I. But I was trying to like outdo the first one, and it's a very different book and a lot of ways, but it has a certain there's a certain kinship to. I mean, you book so varied in the sense that you know, you cover non fiction fiction will recently children's books. You know, you still right journalists and paces do you have a favorite medium? Will you just like to invoked in order of those? You know, I keep thinking that I'm going to grow up in and decide on one form, but I love writing picture books, and I've got kids and lasts. So yesterday, I was at liberty island. You know, under the statue liberty in the base of the pedestal reading this book about the statute of liberty called her right foot to a bunch of fourth graders from Manhattan, they artists are the books on Harris was doing collages, and we're talking about the copper on the skin of, you know, the stature. Liberty and the kids are climbing all over these models of of the statute, and it's ridiculous. Right. This is just a ridiculous way to to be living at my age. But it was like the greatest was so much fun. And when I get home, I have to finish a piece for the guardian about Trump's wall samples where I went there a couple of weeks ago and got a tour from homeland security and the border guards and went to Mexico and interview people on that side of the border and families divided by increasingly tough border regulations. So that figures into and this is. Sort of toddling between some very lighthearted work and painting pictures of bears and Llamas, and then going to, you know, this very wrenching trial. I maybe it's just sort of necessary to keep a certain amount of balance because I as a journalist I'm attracted to some of the darker stories, and some of the, you know, in a long term project, I'm working on his very very tough on the psyche been working on it for about five years. And so sometimes I need a break, and do I guess some sillier stuff? Donald Trump seems to kind of crapped up fee times in your career. I think you once we'll one of his ties then event here in New York City. Yeah. I mean, I guess you know, that that's incredible. Reset god. I guess you could have had no idea back then that he was going to become the next president. No. I mean, I remember I had to wear ties at some event. And I, you know, I don't know how to dress. I it was black and you want. Yeah. I've never had a clue with clothing. And. Yeah. So I I don't know probably ran into the first store could find. And there was a the first is I think I saw Donald Trump ran and made me laugh, you know, you was a ludicrous person. Then he's been ludicrous since the seventies..

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"liberty island" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"liberty island" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Name is New York's legacy bring the league flipping channels came across this guy screaming how long would you stop on this show? Darkness. And I pledge to the people in the state of New York. That's what we will. Even know what he said. But he's so excited about it. And that New York say that the federal government may shut itself down by the well, never extinguish. The statue of liberty starts. And you might be saying what the hell is he yelling about in the shutdown shuts down national parks. One of them would be the statue of liberty. So even though the tourists can still look at it. You can't go on to liberty island. I'd costs. I think something like sixty thousand a week to keep it open some figure whatever it is. So he said, even though it's shut down the local state will step in and pay the money to keep it open. And it sounds like he's a wonderful humanitarian. But the real reason is apparently brings in a million a week in revenue. So that's why they'll spend the sixty thousand to keep the million in revenue flowing when they write the history books, please. Let's see. Let's try another quote here. Word building my friends by building new bridges and build a new airport. Middle-class jobs now there,.

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Statue of Liberty climber convicted in July 4 protest

Mac and Gaydos

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Statue of Liberty climber convicted in July 4 protest

"Of liberty island visitors when she climbed to the feet of the statue now island had to be evacuated. New technology and training mean Arizona DPS can now perform faster safer nighttime rescues with department. Helicopters, crews can wrap stranded hikers and transport suits and lift them and the fly to a safer spot to render aid the nighttime.

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Mexico, Mark Hamrick and Abc discussed on

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Mexico, Mark Hamrick and Abc discussed on

"Of health and human services now says there are under three thousand migrant kids separated from their parents in government custody that's more than we reported a week ago we do know and i want to be very clear about this where every child is alex as our says no one has been returned to their parents in the past week but he plans to meet a federal judges deadline to reunite one hundred kids under five with their parents by tuesday under the trump administration the army is discharging immigrant reservists and recruits who enlisted to try to attain citizenship dozens have been booted from the service without explanation at least once filed suit the pentagon's for refusing comment citing that litigation the associated press reports these discharges are characterized which means these immigrants may now be subject to deportation the woman who scaled the base of the statue of liberty pleads not guilty to federal misdemeanors including trespassing she tells reporters why she did it to me would justify putting children in cages her immigration protest shutdown liberty island on the fourth of july patricia coup due back in court next month wbz news time seven oh three president trump vouches for russian president vladimir putin at a rally in montana kgb and this putin's fine he's fine putin actually did run russia's intelligence service the president plans to meet with putin alone next next month in finland secretary of state mike pompeo's in pyongyang north korea today with a letter from donald trump and a present for kim jong un and elton john cds the president has referred to kim as rocket man pompeo seeks assurances from the north at kim is serious about denuclearization after satellite imaging shows worked on going at the yongbyon nuclear facility us tariffs on billions of dollars of chinese imports goes into effect today china's retaliating with taxes on soybeans and other us goods market strategist matt miskin tells abc that hurts us farmers for the midwest primarily it's agricultural goods they're going to be terrifying in lockstep with what we are looking to tariff mexico also imposes tariffs on us agricultural products including apples and cheese unemployment numbers for june or do out today bank rates mark hamrick wonders if tariffs and trade tensions will have an impact these are all negatives for business uncertainty right now and that's not going to give a lot of confidence to hiring managers he does say if you want to change jobs now's a good time wbz news time seven oh five minutes after.

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Private sector adds 177,000 jobs in June, ADP says

The Richard Eeds Show

03:55 min | 4 years ago

Private sector adds 177,000 jobs in June, ADP says

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer muchmaligned environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt has announced he is stepping down npr's scott detro is more over the past few months pruitt has faced scandal after scandal from reports he authorized excessive spending for personal travel and security to reports he rented a room from a lobbyist at a below market rate to reports he used his official position to try and land his wife had job among others throughout all president trump's stuck by his administrator but now trump says he's accepted pruitt's resignation during his time on the job the former oklahoma attorney general started the process of unraveling scores of obama era environmental protections chief among them the federal government's main plan to lower national carbon dioxide emissions by shifting the energy sector away from coal scott tetreault npr news deputy epa administrator andrew wheeler will take over as acting administrator effective monday the trump administration says it will extend temporary protections for immigrants from yemen because of the country's brutal civil war npr's joel rose reports the department of homeland security announced the eighteen month extension thursday the decision means the roughly twelve hundred and fifty yemenis can continue to live and work legally in the us until at least march of twenty twenty the trump administration has shown great skepticism about temporary protected status or tps it's already announced the end of tps for hundreds of thousands of immigrants from other countries including el salvador haiti that led immigrant advocates to worry the administration would do the same for yemen but the department of homeland security says it will extend tps for yemen because of the civil war that's killed thousands and brought the country's economy to a standstill however the administration will not accept any new applicants from yemen unless they've been in the us since before 2017 joel rose npr news you've been services secretary alex as ours says the government will meet court deadlines too reunite migrant children with their parents also noted many of those reunited families will remain in the custody of immigration authorities are telling reporters today the government has been keeping tabs on the more than two thousand children who are separated from their parents at the border we do know i want to be very clear about this where every child is and we know each is being well taken care of federal judges ordered the children under the age of five be reunited with their parents by tuesday the rest by month's end as our says dna testing is being used to speed up the process strong private sector jobs numbers for june or generating optimism that when the government releases its more inclusive employment report tomorrow it will show similar gains payroll processor adp says the figures show private employers added one hundred seventy seven thousand jobs in june tech sector rally helped boost wall street today the dow jones industrial average was up one hundred and eighty one points the nasdaq rose eighty three points the sp five hundred was up twenty three this is npr and you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd a staten island woman who climbed the statue of liberty yesterday has been charged in federal court the us attorney's office for the southern district of new york has charged theresa kumo with trespassing interfering with a government agency and disorderly conduct she pleaded not guilty a climbed the base of the statue at around three o'clock yesterday afternoon where she waved a t shirt that said rise and resist and trumpcare makes us sick after nearly a four hour standoff that forced the evacuation of liberty island to pd officers mounted the base wearing harnesses and arrested komo new york city will soon dispatch groups of counselors and peacekeepers to crime scenes throughout the city starting in january the city will send mobile trauma units to offer mental health care and.

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"I went as high as I could": Statue of Liberty climber cheered

Sean Hannity

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"I went as high as I could": Statue of Liberty climber cheered

"Helping him buy a mattress and looking for a longterm apartment rental karen travers abc news the white house today outside manhattan federal court by supporters from the activist group rise and resist statue of liberty climber patricia koumas to reporters about her stunt yesterday that caused new york's liberty island to be shut down she says what she did was in protest to the trump administration's detention of immigrant families at the us border a coup came to the us and nineteen ninetyfour from the republic of congo called the president a monster a stupid unintelligent coward n q at a maniac will whip attender hr form its mother bronx street renamed today for fallen nypd officer minnesota's familiar who was killed a year ago when she was shot as she sat in a police command view welcome to detect the sodas familiar way police commissioner james o'neill unveiled the new street name outside the fortysix precinct here all her killer could see was uniform even though minnesota's so much more she was assassinated solely represented genesis is one of me as sodas familias three children and she says her mom thought becoming an officer was a calling and believed she was making a difference it shows me there's a tangible objects they can represent the sacrifices that she made for the city in the forum heights section of the bronx i'm scott pringle for seven ten double d or multiple reports say president trump has narrowed his list of possible supreme court nominees to three names the three contenders are appeals court judges brett kavanagh raymond catholic and amy coney barrett president trump is expected to announce his pick for the supreme court on monday a one on one meeting set to take place later this month between russian president vladimir putin and president trump us russian ambassador jon huntsman says there will also be an expanded meeting with the delegations from both nations and a working lunch the meetings except for july sixteenth in helsinki finland police a new jersey are investigating after a five year old girl was shot by a stray bullet in newark authorities say five year old leah williams was walking with her father around eleven thirty pm when she was struck in the leg by a stray bullet near the intersection of tracy avon avenues her family at first thought the gunshots were fireworks but then realize the girl was on the ground she's being treated at the hospital expected to pull through family members do not believe any one of them was the intended.

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Mystery deepens after couple sickened with nerve agent not 'deliberately targeted'

Mark Simone

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Mystery deepens after couple sickened with nerve agent not 'deliberately targeted'

"Are the radio home of the mets an iheartradio station seventy nine degrees at eleven o'clock hot cloudy humid good morning i'm mike bauer a day after climbing the statue of liberty a woman is in court to face a judge she was protesting president trump's immigration policies therese okuma spent hours at the bottom of lady liberty's dress and now suspend time but the judge after being slapped with trespassing and disorderly conduct charges members from black lives matter will also be in federal court to support her okumu climb the base of the satcher of liberty on independence day and it prompted officials to evacuate thousands from liberty island she's part of the rise and resist in my see group and they were protesting president trump's immigration policies i'm scott pringle for seven ten pd is remembering it me as sodas familiar an officer who was shot in the head and killed a year ago today her daughter spoke at a candlelight vigil this morning saying her mother was an optimistic person crazy as it is everybody can see like my mom to a street outside the bronx stationhouse where familiar worked is being named in her honour cops are searching for an eleventh suspect in connection with the alleged gang killing of a bronx teenager fifteen year old louis sandro guzman felise nicknamed junior was killed in a case of mistaken identity in thailand the races onto free twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave workers are trying to keep water from flowing in other avenues that rescuers taking drilling holes in the side of the rock whatever that water can come out i spoke to an official elliott today and he said that what they might do is get the boys and fit within life jackets because they really don't want to get their heads under the water that is one of the things i feel is really very dangerous that's correspondent james longman president trump has reportedly interviewed seven candidates for the supreme court opening but there's some concern about those he's spoken to several republican lawmakers are raising concerns about one of the leading contenders president trump's nominee for the supreme court abc news has learned that senators rand paul tom cotton and ted cruz have all called the president to express concerns about brett cavanaugh a federal appeals court judge here in washington cavanaugh is a former top official from the george w bush administration some of his critics say he would not be a reliable conservative on the bench pointing to his rulings on recent cases involving abortion and obamacare karen travers abc news the white house and a couple of britain is critically ill after being poisoned with a nerve agent it's the same nerve agent that point poisoned a former russian spy earlier in the year at counterterrorism investigation underway into that deepening poison mystery to people are fighting for their lives authorities confirming through tests they were exposed to the russian nerve agent novacek the same nerve agent used against a former russian spy and his daughter four months ago this new case just seven miles away from where that pair was poisoned three we'll take.

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Alaska, Lifelock and Washington discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Alaska, Lifelock and Washington discussed on Morning Edition

"Us twenty of them are in alaska there are several wildfires in california colorado and new mexico in colorado one of the state's largest ever fires is burning about two hundred miles southwest of denver the spring creek fire has destroyed at least one hundred thirty two structures you're listening to npr news heavy rain in south western minnesota has triggered heavy flooding some homes have several inches of water in them from minnesota public radio solvay washed bed says some volunteers spent the fourth of july piling up sandbags homes and businesses in murray county minnesota are dealing with rising water from heavy rains county community relations coordinator christie riley says rain added to water accumulated earlier this summer even farmers had trouble getting their crops in the fields they got him and then we got tons of rain water droughts out there road conditions and damage already from the end of june and now this rain on top of it we're just so saturated riley says road conditions have improved homes around the county's lakes still have high water for npr news i'm solvay wasp met a woman who climbed the base of the statue of liberty yesterday is in federal custody she was part of a protest against us immigration policy says new york police department detective brian glacken she was basically up there saying about the children in texas police spent nearly four hours trying to bring the woman down this also meant hundreds of tourists were forced to leave liberty island the national hurricane center says a tropical wave is well organized in the middle of the atlantic ocean it's possible that a tropical depression might format of this wave but the hurricane center says that wins in the ocean will turn unfavourable any storm would probably break up before reaching the caribbean i'm korva coleman npr news from washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include lifelock lifelock with norton works to help protect identities and the information on devices from cybercriminals learn more at lifelock dot com and the kresge foundation at kresge dot org archaeological evidence shows.

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Woman in custody after climbing onto Statue of Liberty pedestal

Dave Ramsey

01:11 min | 4 years ago

Woman in custody after climbing onto Statue of Liberty pedestal

"Of july thank you everybody new york's liberty island was shut down wednesday when a woman attempted to climb the statue of liberty to protest the separation of families at the border tactical teams would the nypd had to go up onto the statue of of the pedestal to try and coax the woman down she was clutched to lady liberty's robe near her feet and why pd detective brian glacken was one of the officers who jumped on her and brought her down she didn't realize those vents we're gonna rip you could rip right out she initially tired itself off i believe to that once i explained to that's not safe she kinda got a little bit worried about that so yeah i mean it is dangerous lacking knowledge is what's going to get your heart detective says the statues copper servicemen things difficult some members of congress will be working on legislation to abolish ice congressman adam smith of washington state says he's pushing a bill that would end family separation to detention at the border many of these people who are waiting immigration status they do not have to be locked up in facilities and they certainly don't have to either be separated from their families are locked up as a family there are other ways to make sure that they show up for the hearings that are vastly more humane and also more cost effective congress reconvenes next week with more rain coming tie rescuers are racing against time to pump water out of a flooded cave before they can extract.

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Brian Glock, Us and Harvey discussed on Trending Today USA

Trending Today USA

01:11 min | 4 years ago

Brian Glock, Us and Harvey discussed on Trending Today USA

"That audio courtesy of a capitol fourth on pbs it navigation protest clyde the statue of liberty's face was arrested after a four hour standoff that forced evacuation of liberty island nypd detective brian glock and says the woman who clawed the statue was protesting us policy at the southern border she was basically up saying about the children in texas heavy rains that flooded some houston streets on july fourth have subsided houston mayor so vast returner says the city fared well the values dead as they were designed to do they contain the water and most of our stay within the banks says the city was prepared we applaud the olive olive early throughout the entire city we have more assets than we did during harvey a lot more assess that originally available and so we had about twelve how water trucks position throughout the city by forty what about forty three boasts positions throughout the city one to two feet of water could on some roads in west houston help is on the way from the east coast to the west coast the delaware forest services deploying a group of twenty firefighters to help battle the wildfires in the western states officials say the delaware.

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Carl Stevens, United States and Oklahoma discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Carl Stevens, United States and Oklahoma discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"Of the red white and blue wait for all year long sitting on the esplanade listening to the boston pops and catching the big fourth of july fireworks show wbz's carl stevens was there as the bright lights spill the fireworks night all is look up into the american sky is from red states blue states uniting moment in these united states this is a man i talked to from oklahoma a time for the country to come together and share an experience with without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes from oklahoma city to dorchester from memphis to seattle this nights moment we all share on this fourth of july from the esplanade carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty a protest against immigration policy forces the evacuation of the statue of liberty this fourth of july cbs's nikki batiste reports it started with a group unfurling a banner from the pedestal and a woman holding police at bay for hours after climbing the base and sitting by the statues rogue people from that group rise and resist said the woman was protesting with them earlier she didn't tell anybody this i think that she would do those we did not a coincidence of somebody was climbing many of the forty five hundred visitors on liberty island said they couldn't believe what they were seeing we were shocked and surprised it was very intense she actually had a sign purchasing trump and was waving it and then was also waving to some of the bystanders below her some tourists were upset their sightseeing was cut short at least seven people were arrested more than one hundred immigrants from fifty countries took the oath of citizenship in new hampshire this fourth of july the annual naturalization ceremony took place at the strawberry bank outdoor history museum.

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Spring Fire now the 3rd largest in Colorado history at more than 94000 acres

Rick and Bubba Show

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Spring Fire now the 3rd largest in Colorado history at more than 94000 acres

"Escorted down by police after a roughly four hour standoff at forced the evacuation of liberty island on this fourth of july earlier and several people on the statue's pedestal hung a banner with a message against immigration and customs enforcement they were arrested a massive wildfire raging in southern colorado's now the third largest wildfire in the state's history kristie saltzman is the spring fire public information officer fire is now up at ninety four thousand ninety three acres and we have five percent containment hundreds of firefighters are spending their holiday on the lines trying to contain the wildfire cbs news correspondent john blackstone tells us about another big blaze near sacramento california persistent heavy smoke is blanketing the mountainside here creating another challenge for firefighters who in this fire season are already battling many challenges some two and a half million acres across the country have already burned that's well above the national average for this time of year tie thirties you're working with navy seals to run a fiber optic line into a flooded cave in northern thailand were twelve young soccer players and their coach or trapped communication technician says once the cables installed phone calls to the cave we'll be possible in new videos released by the time navy the boys and the coach say they're fine rescuers studying how to get them out british officials say to people who were left critically ill in a village close to where a former russian spine is daughter were poisoned earlier this year we're exposed to the same nerve agents cbs news correspondent charlie daggett theory is the couple may have stumbled across a deadly amount of the nerve agent possibly dumped after the attack police say there's nothing in the couple's background to suggest they were deliberately targeted officials say the threat to the general public in the area is low guam no longer has physicians performing abortions following the recent retirement of a doctor dr william freeman of the women's clinic has been the.

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Police reach woman who climbed onto Statue of Liberty pedestal

Buck Sexton

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Police reach woman who climbed onto Statue of Liberty pedestal

"Newsradio klbj i'm eric welcome visitors to liberty island were evacuated after a protester decided to scale the base of the statue of liberty this man says he saw the woman climb the statue he was wearing black tights like leotards and a black shirt nothing that indicated that she was a protester i couldn't see any logos on a t shirt or any kind of a flag it just looked like a crazy person climbing up the side of the pedestal police took her into custody over two and a half inches of rainfall was reported in some parts of us in this july fourth the rains prompted a temporary halt evacuation of the willie nelson july fourth picnic it's the circuit of the americas thousands of austin energy customers in north west boston were without power up.

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Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:07 min | 4 years ago

Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

"At this hour well it's a hot sticky fourth of july but that's not dampening the spirit of the people who descended on the esplanade and hatch shell including wbz's carl stevens who joins us now carl the evening is about to start at least a musical part of a girl we have a small quartet up on stage right now shortly the pops will hit the stage the red white and blue t shirts and pants the flags the smiles belong day in the hot sun it all comes down to this evening when keith lockhart will raise that baton and it'll be time for the party to start or is this man from oklahoma told me a time for the country to come together and share an experience without without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes that's what it's all about it so we begin more than two hours of music followed by fireworks over the charles kicking off at about ten thirty tonight because that's what we do in this town and that's what we do in this country from the esplanade carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty all right carl sounds good wbz news time eight oh one a bit earlier today people braved the extreme heat to celebrate the fourth of july by watching the turnaround of old ironsides wbz's bill marcus spoke to some of the people on hand for the event at the charlestown navy yard uss constitution providing a real treat in boston harbor for the locals and the tourists hope that the boston django shoe is from philadelphia some british ships is son andrew was going to intern on the uss new jersey deva shows like the long storied history of the us navy and it's amazing that you can go to hear tabby on the constitution beer casting young destroyer so it's astounding charlestown bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty the home of the statue of liberty was evacuated earlier today after a woman climbed onto the base cbs's aaron katersky reports she was part of a protest group a group called rise and resist dropped a banner that said abolish ice at the statue of liberty and that was supposed to be it then a rogue climbers scaled the statue causing all of liberty island to be a vacuum the climber was near lady liberty's rightfoot holding a shirt that said trumpcare makes us sick she was arrested that arrest followed a roughly four hour standoff with new york police well history is made once again in an annual tradition at coney island eleven time champ joey chestnut broke his own world record in the annual nathan's hot dog eating contests chestnut tells espn oh man i murdered uhhuh but i'm happy that seventy four dogs and buns in ten minutes it was initially thought chestnut at eton sixty four judges realized there was a mistake and for the fifth straight year mickey pseudo was the women's winner downing thirtyseven hotdogs wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together i up the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes and.

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European stocks close little changed, with no break for trade-war concerns

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 4 years ago

European stocks close little changed, with no break for trade-war concerns

"There's your look back at this week's rock almanac abc news radio i'm brian shook liberty island is being evacuated as a protest is underway the protest group calling itself rise and resist dropped a banner that read abolish ice from the statue's base police say seven protesters were arrested house minority whip steny hoyer is in the hospital and is being treated for pneumonia the seventy nine year old has been in congress since nineteen eightyone representing maryland's fifth congressional district hoyer spokesperson said the congressman is expected to make a full recovery german chancellor angela merkel is warning president trump that his auto tariffs could start a trade war between the us and europe chancellor uncle and berko told german lawmakers wednesday that recent us tariffs are taking on the contours of a trade conflict and that it's worth every effort to try and defuse this so the conflict doesn't become a war president trump is starting to place a twenty percent tariff on all european cars coming to the us chairman business groups say the tariffs would hurt auto industry investment in the us they say there are over three hundred german automotive facilities in the us supporting about one hundred twenty thousand jobs we zaccardo nbc news radio security personnel will be standing post all throughout new york city tonight to make sure everyone is safe during macy's fourth of july fireworks show pyro technicians are readying more than seventy five thousand fireworks shells for the show more than.

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