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Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:56 sec | Last week

Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

"The Washington examiner has a story today 40% for zero 40% of migrants released in Texas border city test positive for COVID-19 Released in the city The Biden administration is dumping COVID positive illegal immigrants in the cities of Texas and saying deal with it And then The Washington Post is writing stories about how the COVID rate is high in Texas It's the rate is higher in Louisiana but since the Democrat governor there John bell Edwards he's Democrats so that's not in the Russian poster The Washington examiner dateline Austin Texas the city of Laredo Texas has refused to take in migrants who have been bused in from elsewhere on the border after discovering 40% of them tested positive for the coronavirus according to two local government

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Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

"Mitch Landrieu will be heading the task force coordinating more than a trillion dollars in federal infrastructure spending as mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu oversaw billions of dollars in infrastructure repairs when he took over the recovery from hurricane Katrina he's been out of the national spotlight since twenty eighteen although he was sometimes mentioned as a possible candidate for the democratic presidential nomination particularly after a speech supporting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee now the former Louisiana state lawmaker and lieutenant governor has been tapped by president Biden as the head coordinator of his infrastructure plan during a visit to Ohio with the vice president labor secretary Marty Walsh another former mayor says he'll be serving alongside Landrieu going to make sure that all of this money gets spent in the right way on high quality projects with American made materials there's political risk to a role managing billion dollar transportation projects Andrew Coughlin and former deputy mayor under Landrieu said his skill with logistics will be a strength in his new role Walter Isaacson the New Orleans born historian says lead you loves the geeky details of infrastructure and bringing people together Jennifer king Washington

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Ruling: Can't fire unvaccinated while mandate is challenged

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Ruling: Can't fire unvaccinated while mandate is challenged

"A Louisiana appeals court has ruled that the state's largest health system cannot fire or otherwise disciplined some employees who refused to get vaccinated against covert nineteen well the mandates legalities in court the appeals court in Freeport road just before Ochsner health Friday deadline for two thirty two thousand employees across Louisiana at a part of Mississippi to be fully vaccinated or face dismissal a lower court judge had thrown out a lawsuit brought October fifth by dozens of employees at auction Shreveport location a lawyer for the workers says the order is a signal to businesses statewide the vaccine mandates to probably illegal however different appeals court on Wednesday rejected a request for a similar order lawsuits argue that citizens have a right to decide their medical treatments state Supreme Court may have to resolve the dispute on Norman hall

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Exposing Mark Zuckerberg's Backdoor Plot to Censor Conservatives

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | Last month

Exposing Mark Zuckerberg's Backdoor Plot to Censor Conservatives

"Listen this advertisement that Facebook is running on TV nonstop. Play cut 46. I've been with Facebook for almost three years now. I'm originally from New Orleans Louisiana and I'm on the Facebook content team. You have a lot of topics that you cover. You wide range. What would you say is the most challenging about your job? It's tough. We make a lot of difficult decisions. We work in the spectrum of freedom of expression versus content moderation and constantly trying to figure out where on that spectrum we should land. I don't know if that is right to have a private corporation like Facebook, dictating what those boundaries are. And I think that with the right adjustments made to section two 30 and improved regulation, Facebook and the broader industry can receive better guidance and where on that spectrum we should be. Huh. I want you to think deeply about that for a second. That's Facebook running an advertisement saying that Facebook is not positioned to do the regulating that Facebook wants a new government agency to do the regulating. Why would they be running an advertisement like that? They want to run an advertisement like that because if a new federal agency to police speech was created, they get two big wins out of that. Number one, they can no longer be blamed for what they censor and do not censor on their platform. Because they're tired of this. They're getting exhausted with doing it. They've tried this third party fact checker thing. They want to outsource the censorship so they can wash their hands clean of it. But the second thing is they're real motivation. They want to add on hundreds of millions of dollars of regulatory compliance to make it impossible to start a new social media company to make the cost to start up and to compete against Facebook nearly and totally impossible. Facebook is using this sort of propaganda campaign. Please regulate us. Please, please, can you please write? They don't want to get regulated. They want to wash their hands of the actual intervention of picking winners and losers. So if you have this new federal agency that then police a speech on social media, then you're going to see all of a sudden, when someone gets kicked off social media, and Trump gets kicked off social media, Facebook doesn't have to have some sort of stupid board or say, no, no, it wasn't us. Go blame the

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AG Garland Won't Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law's CRT-Promoting Company

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:03 min | Last month

AG Garland Won't Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law's CRT-Promoting Company

"Apparently there's a company. That Merrick Garland's son in law is part of or runs or works for that advocate, critical race theory. What's the name of the company guys I'm drawing a blank? I want to say Polaroid. It's not Polaroid. It's it starts with a pee, I think. Say it out loud, Derrick, what? Think this pattern. Panorama, that's what it is. Yeah, it is. It's panorama. So panorama is a company that Merrick Garland's son in law works for and so Merrick Garland is sicking the FBI on parents who are ostensibly challenging the business model of Merrick Garland's son in law. So yesterday, as the AG was appearing before the House judiciary committee, House judiciary committee member Mike Johnson congressman from Louisiana had this unbelievable exchange with Merrick Garland who immediately turned into like a stepford wife, he was like a robot. He started going to this talking point about this memorandum set. He's talking about the memo well you got to hear this. Did you excuse me? Did you seek ethics counsel before you issued a letter that directly relates to the financial interest of your family? Yes or no? This memorandum does not relate to the financial interests of anyone. It's I take that as a no. I take that as a no. Memorandum is against violence and threats of violence. Will you mister attorney general? Will you commit to having the appropriate ethics design the review the case and make the results public? This memorandum is aimed at violence and threats of violence. I understand you're talking point, you're not answering my question, mister attorney general. With all due respect, will you submit to an ethics review of this matter? Yes or no? There's no company in America or hopefully no law abiding citizen in America who believes that threats of violence should not be prevented. There are no conflicts of interest that anyone could have. According to you, but with due respect, that's the purpose of the federal regulation. We need objective third parties to review our activities. You don't get to make that decision yourself. It doesn't matter. You're the top, you're the chief law enforcement of this country. This raises questions in the minds of millions of Americans in your impartiality is being called into question. Why would you not submit to a simple ethics review of that? I am exquisitely aware of the ethics requirements. But you're not following them. I have followed them and lived with them for the last 25 years. Did you seek an ethics review of this or not? I want to say again, there are no conflicts of interest involved when the Justice Department. Okay, okay. According to you, I got that. I'm not trying to be distracted, but you are not respecting our rules, our constitutional norms and the federal law that directly applies to your

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Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | Last month

Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

"So Kelvin Cochran, the new book is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's far cheek through the flames of persecution talk about that. Were you raised in the faith? Did you grow up in the Atlanta area? No, I grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Eric, and then early 1960s. I was one of those American kids that had 5 years old. There was a fire across the alley that we lived in Shreveport, Louisiana, one Sunday after church. The Shreveport firefighters showed up. And when I watched those firefighters that day, Eric, I was smitten. And I looked at my mom and my brothers and sisters and said, I want to be a firefighter when I grow up. And we were taught as kids that in our country, if you believe in and have faith in God, go to school and get a good education that if we respect the grown-ups and treated other people like we want it to be treated that all of our dreams would come true. And that's the faith that was foundational to my whole life dreams and God used that those truths to make all of my dreams come true. That was back in the days before we all realized that white supremacy makes it impossible for somebody like you to accomplish anything. Here's how to get that in parenthetically. So somehow you because you believed in God because you believed in the American Dream, your dream came true. And I just want to say, you know, when I found out you were the fire chief of all of Atlanta. This is a huge city. You were commended by the president of the United States. Who was it at the time? I can't remember. President Barack Obama? Not ring any bells. Was he president? So you were commended by him. So you're at the top of your game in every

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John Solomon: January 6 Commission Chairman Once Sympathized With Black Secessionist Group

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

John Solomon: January 6 Commission Chairman Once Sympathized With Black Secessionist Group

"Back with john. Solomon you've got to listen. It's going up in ten minutes. The latest podcast from john solomon reports with president trump. follow him at j solomon reports and bookmark. justin used dot com. You sent me earlier today. An unbelievable i don't know how many man-hours this took you to research. But we tell us about this story. Hubris adjust the news dot com about the chairman of the quote unquote insurrection investigative committee. Yeah absolutely while for months weeks now. We've seen bennie thompson. The democratic congressman from mississippi on television sympathizing with the police officers were injured on january six during the capitol right and denouncing an event that he has repeatedly called and insurrection. Fifty years ago. He was on the opposite side of an insurrection. This movement back in nineteen seventy one. When a group known as the republic of new afrika was making waves throughout mississippi. Why because the fbi was closely watching as it was trying to put together a movement to take if necessary by force land from people in mississippi louisiana georgia south carolina and alabama and create a separate nation on us l. called the republic of new afrika. So you know just to be explicit here. Ethnic separatists in america. That's yes they actually wrote their own declaration of independence. They renounced their citizenship in a meeting monitored by the fbi they engaged in multiple conflicts with police. Officers usually doing something Waffle like stopping car for traffic incident or executing a search warrant three times members of the are group killed a police officer in the early seventies and bennie thompson. Then a young alderman from a tiny town called bolton mississippi then known as bg times. Not even known as benny. He spoke out in favor of this

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Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Hot and spicy things constantly go in and out of favor. Remember a couple of years ago when everything was sriracha based and then well, do you even have any in your refrigerator anymore? I think I have a bottle, but I haven't used it in a while. I still like my Cajun based hot sauces if you will. Tabasco, Louisiana crystal. All those kinds because I like a lot of Cajun food. But those are all passe right now. They've all come and gone because the latest trend in hot stuff is the ghost pepper. I can't keep track of how hot on the Scoville ratings, all these peppers are. But I know the ghost pepper is well not the hottest, definitely close to one of the hottest. Now you can get ghost pepper food at Burger King. They're going to have ghost pepper, chicken nuggets. So I guess you know when your favorite hot stuff hits the mainstream, hits the fast food places. It's about to come crashing to a halt. I just don't understand the desire to have everything be so hot. Everybody just a slight bit difference and some like it hot, some like it sweet or something like it spicier or whatever it is, but ghost peppers, whether it's in chicken nuggets or not, I'll pass.

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Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Hot and spicy things constantly go in and out of favor. Remember a couple of years ago when everything was sriracha based and then well, do you even have any in your refrigerator anymore? I think I have a bottle, but I haven't used it in a while. I still like my Cajun based hot sauces if you will. Tabasco, Louisiana crystal. All those kinds because I like a lot of Cajun food. But those are all passe right now. They've all come and gone because the latest trend in hot stuff is the ghost pepper. I can't keep track of how hot on the Scoville ratings, all these peppers are. But I know the ghost pepper is well not the hottest, definitely close to one of the hottest. Now you can get ghost pepper food at Burger King. They're going to have ghost pepper, chicken nuggets. So I guess you know when your favorite hot stuff hits the mainstream, hits the fast food places. It's about to come crashing to a halt. I just don't understand the desire to have everything be so hot. Everybody just a slight bit difference and some like it hot, some like it sweet or something like it spicier or whatever it is, but ghost peppers, whether it's in chicken nuggets or not, I'll pass.

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Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

"Destruction from hurricane ida is lingering in Louisiana one month after hurricane ida roared ashore with a hundred and fifty mile per hour winds communities along Louisiana's southeastern coast including the feet in grand Isle are still struggling to recover without power or running water I do too fun Sylvano min Ironton sits twelve feet off the ground it's one of only about eight your neighborhood that was a swap by artist floodwaters visitor's pass homes washed off their foundations and coffins littering the lawns Katrina Michael Williamson with United Way of southeast Louisiana says the destruction is so far reaching there doesn't seem to be enough donations to go round our reasons so many of us are affected I have been doing our homework coverage personal today's ten trying to help our neighbors to I'm Jennifer king

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"louisiana" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

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"louisiana" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to another edition of make it plain of course when we talk about the lack of police accountability and police violence. It seems to never subside but we have to keep talking about it. We have to keep exposing these things as they happen. So there's something hopefully can be done about them. This exposure is absolutely necessary. We're gonna go to louisiana now in israel. no which one outfit. That's no stranger to make it. Plain ears propublica republican dot org. They do some of the best and most objective. Investigative journalism of areas was talking with another significant person in need the other today. They will omitting to me that from their point of view. The news is dead. There is no more news a lot of echo chambers at him. But in the case of propublica i would argue. This is journalism wanna one covering the story presenting all the facts and doing an in depth investigative way. Do not czech quote public. Please do so now. As a matter of fact we're gonna talk about. Today is a piece that was published in propublica in partnership not only with propublica logo reporting network but also in partnership with w k raf. And w w in. Oh and also with some collaboration with the times. Picayune and the new orleans advocate so there several people involved in this and so the gentlemen journalists joining us now is richard webster. He's lead author of this piece. The article entitled they saw me and thought the worse in this piece. We're gonna talk about jefferson parish louisiana where for years african american residents have voiced complaints about abuses anna lack of accountability within its sheriff's office things have improved someone in new orleans but not in jefferson pairs. Which had webster is here to talk to us about that now. Richard how are you buddy. Good thanks for having me. I really appreciate it appreciate you being here. Great work in and greg reporting there was some national media about the case of sojourner gibbs choose diabetic cannon attack in a parking lot and would now one one is called the jefferson parish. Sheriff's office officers showed up and they weren't too kind to her where they know. So so what happened was sojourner went to a sam's club in jefferson parish. She was buying groceries for her families. June team celebration usually they have these big celebrations but this was during the pandemic so it was just going to be a small celebration so she got her groceries was leaving. The store got into her car. She had been a diabetic since the age of thirteen. She felt sort of all of the symptoms of going into diabetic shock. When that happened she had had several other episodes like this before she trained herself to. Just start yelling. Like i'm a diabetic. I need help. I need help so there was a woman who is witnessing this. She called nine one. One said there's a medical emergency for jefferson parish. Sheriff deputies showed up and sojourner said that despite her saying over and over again i'm diabetic. I need help. They assumed in her words that she was a drug addict. I don't know if i can say this on the air the story so she said that One of the deputies said that this bitch is high. She seems like she's lying. They proceeded to grab her out of the car. Sweep her legs from underneath her face. First into the ground than you zip ties to handcuff her. And there is a another woman who showed up and she was with her sons. She started filming this. It was a white woman leash. Dr lifted jefferson parish. Her whole life in this was weeks. After george floyd and she was terrified. She thought that she was witnessing this. Play out right again in front of her. Yeah yeah so even if she was high on drugs that yeah but what would the police. 'cause 'cause i guess. At least their issue was she was holding traffic. There were cars. It couldn't get around her because her car stop. Is that what happened me as a parking lot. You know i mean so there was gonna screen and you know she was not you know. She wasn't presenting really a threat to the public. So as you said even if she was a drug addict nobody deserves that treatment and she wasn't presenting a threaten her words. Yeah how common are these types of incidents in jefferson parish alone well for decades the lack in hispanic communities have been sounding the alarm about these things happen and we. I went through eight years of lawsuits filed against the sheriff's office in federal court. There was about two hundred of them and that was twice. The number of lawsuits filed against the new orleans. Police department during that same time new orleans has a much bigger police department about eleven hundred officers compared to seven sixty for jefferson parish three quarters of the plaintiffs in jefferson parish cases. Were black so that you can. That speaks a lot that shows that people in jefferson parish the black community feel they have no the recourse but to use the courts and they all had similar complaints about use of force was the black and latino population in jefferson pairs. The black populations about twenty seven percent. The hispanic population has doubled over the past like ten fifteen years. And that's it's about eighteen percent now. I believe now you juxtapose you do juxtaposes with new orleans where is had his own issues historically but the issues raised in war orlands have resulted in some degree of greater accountability. Correct yes so new orleans. Police department was literally one of the worst in the entire country. They were committing assassinations. There was you know it was just the worst. So there was a collective uprising of residents black and white elected officials. Everybody wanted something to be done. So eventually there was a lawsuit filed. And then i believe there's lawsuits anyway. There was the federal government came in the department of justice and they entered into a consent decree which is a court ordered a bunch of reforms and that happened in two thousand thirteen and over the course of the last eight years. The nypd has become sort of a model of reform. It's by no means perfect but it is far better. So that's what the people in jefferson parish want to happen and they listen just across the parish line equally if not worth worse things are happening in jefferson parish but the problem is you have a majority white conservative population. And they're not going to put pressure on the sheriff to do any sort of reforms like that just to give a sense of the geography. how far. how long is the dryer from new orleans jefferson parish. Oh this share border. It's jefferson parish is basically a suburb of new orleans. So it's even more glaring that something can happen in new orleans and just be completely ignored jebsen pairs which again speaks to this problem with policing it's like election laws in this country we don't have in uniformity. Each county is left to its own whim and and that's the problem. That's why joe manchin. We need you to support for the people by the way. i said. Richardson.

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Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man

"Former Louisiana state police trooper has been charged with the civil rights violation for repeatedly beating of black motorist with a flashlight in twenty nineteen this is the first criminal case to emerge from federal investigations into Louisiana state troopers allegedly beating at least three black men former trooper Jacob brown the son of a high ranking police official allegedly struck Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight leaving Bowman with a broken jaw broken ribs and a gash to his head brown who is white head wrapped up twenty three use of force incidents mostly against black people prosecutors are scrutinizing other Louisiana troopers and other cases including the deadly twenty nineteen arrest of Ronald green who's beating was caught on videotape I'm Jackie Quinn

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Border Crisis Sparks Calls for Change in Immigration Policy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

Border Crisis Sparks Calls for Change in Immigration Policy

"June twenty first two thousand nineteen jv pritzker signs measure to help protect illegal immigrants in illinois governor jv pritzker in june of two dozen nineteen signed three bills designed to protect illegal immigrants in illinois that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from coordinating with federal immigration authorities. Pritzker sign the keeping illinois families together. Act which prohibits local law enforcement from coordinating with immigration customs enforcement. Now this was two years ago. Why am i mentioning this. Because you have blue states by the way this is one of thirty examples of blue states that have been signing laws that prohibit police officers and local sheriffs in da's from coordinating with federal officials. That's an act of secession. That's an act of nullification saying we don't want any part of this. Federal compact and we as republicans and conservatives sat idly by like. Oh yeah that's bad. Let's keep going to the courts they've been ignoring the courts and ignoring the laws for years. And so then when one point eight million illegals come into the country to change the country permanently by the way what do we do. We beg joe biden for help. So what are the democrats do when things start to trend in a direction. They don't like they take action. The democrats have the willingness to reshape. Destroy the country. Republicans are getting there now. Some people emailed us and they said well. Charlie couldn't joe biden nationalize the national guard. It is very rare to do so usually only done with the consent of the governor and prayer pet presidents have rarely federalized a state or territory guard without the consent of the governor in the wake of hurricane katrina president. George w bush declined to take control of the louisiana's national guard due to the objection of governor kathleen blanco. But this is such an easy thing. First of all joe biden can't nationalize state troopers. Secondly he can't nationalize texas rangers. Thirdly the governor of texas would say i'm sorry what did you design a piece of paper. There's still our national guard. They're not gonna listen to you federalized nationalize i mean federalize. And so what should have been done. And what's still can be done. Is every single. Texas ranger national guard member state trooper that can be allocated should be deployed to the southern border with handcuffs and arrest authority and charter flights. Ready to send people back where they came from

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Alabama Could See COVID Medication Supplies Reduced

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Alabama Could See COVID Medication Supplies Reduced

"Federal health officials are warning a handful of southern states that they will likely see reductions in shipments of monoclonal antibody drugs which are being used to treat people with Kobe nineteen Alabama state health officer says he was told by the US department of health and Human Services that it would be developing a calculation to decide how many doses of monoclonal antibody treatments each state will get rationing the roughly one hundred fifty thousand doses made available each week there's a shortage with some governors promoting the treatment after the fact instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated to prevent covert infections HHS says just seven states Alabama Mississippi Florida Texas Tennessee Georgia and Louisiana account for seventy percent of the orders and the department needs to make sure the lifesaving therapy is available for every state Jackie Quinn Washington

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Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

NBC Nightly News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

"Is under a state of emergency tonight as the remnants of hurricane nicholas soap the gulf coast six million people under flash flood watches from louisiana to the florida panhandle. The system expected to bring as much as ten inches of rain to the region through friday

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Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

"Tropical. Depression nicholas continues to pour heavy rain on large parts of the south. The national weather service has flood warnings and watches posted from east texas to the florida. Panhandle rain is falling as far north as georgia forecasters warn. It's coming in areas that were devastated by hurricane ida.

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Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

"Tropical storm Nicholas brought a lot of rain to the coast in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana in Galveston and Houston in Texas they got a lot of rain mayor Sylvester Turner in Houston says it could have been worse the largest amount on the city of Houston so can I needed a break it was a different story in Louisiana we expect certain amount of activity weather wise this was just a little over the top hurricane ida had destroyed one of Stephen voices buildings and damaged the main plant of his seafood business Nicholas is adding to the damage many people all the way from New Orleans to here have this for more damage they're not gonna recover quickly or easily the mayor of Lake Charles Louisiana says anytime there's even a hint of a weather event approaching people get scared I'm a Donahue

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COVID-19 Cases Climbing, Wiping out Months of Progress

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

COVID-19 Cases Climbing, Wiping out Months of Progress

"Covert nineteen deaths and cases in the U. S. have climbed back to where they were over the winter wiping out months of progress the U. S. is averaging over eighteen hundred covert nineteen deaths a day the highest since early March along with one hundred and seventy thousand new cases per day that's the highest since late January and both figures have been on the rise over the past two weeks the case is driven by the delta very and combined with resistance among some Americans to get vaccinated are concentrated mostly in the south well one time hot spots like Florida and Louisiana or improving infection rates are soaring in Kentucky Georgia and Tennessee fueled by children now back in school loose mass restrictions and low vaccination levels actually after

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Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

Wall Street Breakfast

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

"Hurricane nicholas made landfall along the texas coast today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast. Louisiana governor john edwards declared a state of emergency sunday night ahead of the storm's arrival across louisiana. Almost one hundred and twenty thousand customers remain without power. As a monday

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"louisiana" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Here & Now

"Our hips and jump in. We're just a few hundred yards from the gulf of mexico sunk. This is actually really solid. Good walking for wetlands. I can tell the water is already comfortably. Warm as the summer draws on it will be the fuel for powerful hurricanes that could wipe out the nearby port which services ninety percent of the gulf's offshore oil industry mac leading me toward the shore to show me something that could mitigated disaster. It's an unassuming plant called the black mangrove. Which is increasingly common here. These mangoes are actually a tropical species and because the climate is warming and we're not getting these hard freezes. These tropical plants are moving into the southern reaches of louisiana by now. Were out of the water trudging through a mangrove thicket. That belongs to conaco phillips. The oil company owns six hundred forty thousand acres in southern louisiana making it the largest private wetland donor in the country. Sounds like a muddy job. You have your covered by the time it's all said and done. Fleshy mangrove tubes. Stick up from the mudan trip. Us up mac and scientists. She works with named robert lane from louisiana state university. Say those tubes are called pneumatic fours there the root system. But they're also what sticks out of the water so that the plant can actually take oxygen. You want this. This is this is good. This is going to protect from storm surge. Yeah there's a whole the wetlands together and not dissipate since the nineteen thirties. Louisiana has lost more than nine thousand nine hundred square miles of land to erosion. That's the size of delaware. Blame the oil companies for much of it for decades. They've dug a system of canals through the fragile marsh to excess their wells climate change and sea rise are compounding the problem. Max says losing the land means losing a buffer from powerful storm surge. What really happens with a surge. Is you get this. Big wall of water with hurricane katrina. It was twenty eight feet. And then you also have the waves on top of the water so it really can. Cause massive destruction to levy systems like in hurricane katrina massive flooding by some estimates. It'll take ninety billion dollars in the next fifty years to restore the coast for the past several years. Sarah mac and robert lane have tested a theory. What if you collect a bunch of mangrove seeds known as propagators and replant them across tens.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Here & Now

"Than a million homes and businesses in louisiana are still without power today and it may be weeks before all the lights and the air conditioners turned back on. Hurricane ida has slowed to a tropical storm and moved north but it has left behind a tremendous mess flooded roads toppled power lines. Cars and houses swept away. At least four people are dead. Senator bill cassidy. A republican from louisiana joins us now from baton rouge senator. Thank you very much for making time for us today. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it look. I know you're no stranger to hurricanes in louisiana but when you recently flew over the southern part of your state in a us coastguard plane. Did you see anything that surprised. You were just just the grandma for example which is often had hard had obviously been completely washed oliver and one of my one of my colleagues said that he thought this was the worst. He's ever seen granddaughter Now maybe we should be surprised. It is an incredibly incredibly powerful hurricane and so we're not surprised On the other hand just to see the flooding. The devastation was heartbreaking in thankfully the levies. That protect new orleans held this time. Unlike what happened. Sixteen years ago during katrina. But senator as you well know. The power is out for a million people and businesses across the state and could be for weeks. It is very hot d. Do you feel like this could be a situation. Where many people survive the initial storm. But perhaps not the disaster that follows. Why don't think they'll die as long as they commonsense precautions but to your point the aftermath. We have to take care of just as much as we did preparing for the storm itself.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"You know all that fun that gets made of infrastructure week. They are really happy to have that infrastructure. Right now down in louisiana from american public media. This is marketplace in los angeles. I'm carl result is monday today. The thirtieth of august always have long everybody in the aftermath of hurricane ida down on the gulf coast more than a million people are without power and are probably going to be that way for a while. Communications networks are down. officials are telling people it's too dangerous to be moving around or to come back if they evacuated but there are a lot of ways. This whole thing could have been worse. So marketplace's kimberly adams gets his going with the return on investment in all that infrastructure that seems to have held back the worst of this storm. We're still waiting to learn the full scope of damage from hurricane ida but said louisiana governor john bel edwards at a white house meeting. Today there is some good news. All of our levy systems particularly are better levy systems in hurricane risk-reduction systems performed magnificently. It's a system that cost more than fourteen billion dollars. The response to the two thousand five devastation from hurricane katrina what happened during katrina was that the levee walls collapsed in more than fifty places and water just poured in from the lake and from canals that surround the city. Andy horowitz teaches at tulane university in new orleans and wrote a book on katrina. He evacuated to birmingham alabama with his family on friday..

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"louisiana" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Shows up at your doorstep. You'll be ready. Visit ready dot gov slash plan and make a plan today brought to you by fema and the ad council. This was supposed to be the time of year when we're all getting ready to return to work in an actual office with our colleagues many of whom we've only seen on video calls yet as we've been reporting from apple to wells fargo companies. Big and small are delaying their return to the office. And with the shifting timeline some companies are considering a new possibility when all is said and done offices may be closed for nearly two years. This is raising concerns among executives. That the longer people stay at home the harder or more disruptive a could be to eventually bring back. The wsj's chip cutter has been writing about workplace issues throughout the entire pandemic. And we're glad to have him here. Hi chit highmark morning chip. May i ask where you are working from in this day of remote working. I am still remote myself. I'm working from columbus. Ohio to be closer to my family goddess regardless of where you are chip. You have been in touch with the c. suite. I'm wondering is the fear of people never wanting to come back is just conversation or is this going to be a real issue. The longer we stay remote. This is a real concern. Among a number of executives across industries habits are powerful people have developed new routines in the pandemic and the longer that this has stretched on the more that people have sort of gotten used to working at home and sort of structuring. Their day around remote work the more that many say that there's sort of locked in to give this up and that's causing concern among executives feeling that it's going to be difficult and incredibly disruptive to bring people back into on any sort of pre pandemic schedules even people who maybe once were reluctant to embrace remote work. Who didn't want to get new office chairs at home they didn't they were largely working from the kitchen table. I've spoken with some of those workers. Who said they finally upgraded their setups. In recent months they feel like they're more comfortable now. They like remote work in some ways. And so i think all of this is causing. Some new worries across companies chip. Is there any data on this. So surveys have shown that actually people's preferences and people's feelings towards him at work have actually increased the longer the pandemic has gone on groups like pbc and others have surveyed workers and employers and many people have said that they would like to stay remote that they feel. This is working well for them and yet many employers had some concerns about long-term remote work. We've seen studies showing that productivity has largely held up but are there worries about other things like holding onto talent. This is a big worry. One executive at financial services giant prudential told me that talent is his number one concern at this point and that he feels that people can approach their jobs more from just looking at the numbers and how much they're paid. They're thinking now that they're remote than are disconnected from their colleagues. He says many are maybe more willing to take a call from a recruiter or to entertain an offer somewhere else. And i think we've seen this. Obviously across a number of different professions over the past couple of months as people have quit their jobs for something else but many people many executives really fear that not being able to kind of convene people to bring people together in person to let people see sort of the fun size of their jobs to be able to talk with colleagues and developed those relationships they think it sort of becomes a situation where it's sort of all drudgery. No fun that work. Maybe it's it's easier to sort of just say i'm going to take a job somewhere else. That might pay me a little bit more. I don't feel as tied to my current employer. How does this possibility of an even further delay play into the argument for a hybrid work minal. Some businesses supported others. Shun it that they do. It's still sort of has sort of a range of feelings. When you bring up hype hubbard work. But i think this really makes hybrid work sort of all the more appealing. Many workers many executives have said that they realize that working from home even a couple of days a week can be incredibly important can be really helpful. Sort of that heads down. Time has become a way for people to be more productive at home to get more work done. And i think many are sort of reluctant to give that up and so as we sort of talk about what returned to office might look like many companies are now realizing hybrid has to be part of that discussion so much shuffling so much adjusting as we watch to see what the kobe thousand nine virus doesn't acts with the delta variant does next chip what's next for companies companies are having a really tough time this fall. They expected things to be different and they set different plans. So many have stopped even giving return to office day to this point. They say that they're sick. Of just kind of continually moving them back. Companies like dell and others have just told workers that will let you know. We'll give you a lot of notice before you come back to the office. But we can't give a firm date at this point other companies had sort of planned over the coming months to finally bring people together. There were a lot of sales kickoffs and annual conventions and other events planned for this fall. And it's interesting. Some companies initially said. Can we make those events smaller and still hold them other said. Can we just invite the employees not spouses for example and now many companies are now delaying those events. Or cancelling them altogether and realizing that. It's just not safe at the moment. And so i think this becomes a really difficult time for people trying to figure out. How do we sort of run organizations. Keep people motivated. Keep them engaged with these. Continued delays chip cutter among. The many working. Remotely still chip. Thank you thanks so much. Mark and finally the internet uproar over how often.

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"louisiana" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on AP News

"Louisiana and Utah. I'm Rita Foley. 80 News. I'm Ed Donahue. President. Biden had lunch today on Capitol Hill with Senate Democrats have no comments to said I was great to be home. Great to be back with all my colleagues and I think we got a lot done. Party leaders announced a compromise on a $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill, Press secretary Jen Psaki says. This is all part of the process. We feel this is working exactly as it should president of the United States proposes a bold agenda as he did back in March, Congress works out a path forward works out an agreement on where things look, that's what's happening now. Now he's going to engage. He's going to advocate with members. She's going to advocate with the American people. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin stopped short of saying he would back all the policy initiatives that President Biden and top Democrats are pursuing. A senior official tells the AP. The Biden administration will start evacuation flights for Afghan interpreters and translators at the end of the month. As U. S troops leave Afghanistan. Wholesale inflation over the past year jumped by a record amount. The A P S. Ben Thomas has the numbers. The Labor Department reports. The producer Price Index jumped 1% in June. Over the past year, prices at the wholesale level have risen 7.3%. That's the largest year to year gains since the government began the current series on wholesale prices in 2010 bed shared, Jerome Powell told Congress Inflation may be elevated now, but will likely moderate Judge has approved the sale of the oceanfront property where a collapsed Florida condominium building once stood to benefit victims of the deadly disaster. The Champlain Towers south could fetch $100 million. If you need a passport to travel, and you don't have one. Don't make any plans just yet. The State Department says the wait for a passport is now between 12 and 18 weeks. Even if you pay an expedited processing fee, there's a backlog of as much as two million applications, meaning passport requests submitted now probably will not be issued until the fall. This is a P news After months of fear in a city occupied by Ethiopian soldiers and forces from nearby Eritrea. Crowds of Tigre.

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"louisiana" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Will be happy to good serve when we got. Today's article is dated June second of this year just recently very recently. Yeah, at least in this recorded anyway. Yeah, true enough. The title of the article is mysterious. Loud screams coming from the sky pierced Texas. It's Texas Story to sweep. The story goes after recording creepy piercing screams echoing through the night in Texas. A man has been left deeply creeped out, so would I. I would be too Yeah Daniel Rob. Who resides in Bryan city recorded a high pitched hollering on May twenty third, and said it sounded like a banshee in Irish mythology, a female spirit. He decided to share the footage on youtube and argued the unexplained noise came from the sky. He points to the cloud, saying quote. There's a sound screaming so freaking loud. It's coming from up there. That's coming from like up in the sky outside of my apartment. What is that? It was so loud it made the hairs on my arms next stand tall. It filled the entire night sky. I've never heard anything like it before. Well. Why don't we hear some of what he recorded? The Senate is. There's a sound screaming like it's like. It's like a scream. It's so fricking loud. And it's coming from up in the air like up there. It's going on. What is that? I swear I saw this thing when the lightning was flashing second ago. What the fuck? Do that's coming up in the sky outside of my apartment. Man That is that is creepy areas. Hell now. When I was watching this video, I'll I'll say this real quick before I. Continue The story when I was watching the video which I will post the day after the episode aired, so people can actually see it for themselves. if you observe in the sky. I see what looks to me to be couple of different little smaller little mini tornadoes. Seemed to be swirling to me so I. Don't know if that was causing loud pitch whistle because it was A. Huge lightning storm right on. So that kind of weather produces tornadoes of all kinds. Yeah, but this was eerie very eerie that that sound is terrifying. Yeah. If I was listening to that, it'd be like yeah, I'd be. I'd be grabbing the shotgun. What the hell it to me sounded like perhaps the apocalypse was starting. That was like one of the seals that broke yeah, that was waiting for the horn that was death, screaming on his Black Horse Years White Horse. I should say rise easy. Yeah, yeah, it was. It was very bone-chilling, so yes, we will. Put that up on our site. On our social media following the release of this episode So year. The story includes. The disturbing howl comes every few minutes when the stormy weather illuminates the sky so far no one knows what or who it was. Put who it was like in my keeping somebody. yeah, no that that sound when I offer short but scary man that gave me goosebumps man that was off dame brother, and the fact that it keeps going now the fact that it continues, and it seems to go only after the lightning has struck to me, suggests some sort of variation of thunder, and it could be atmospheric discharge, yeah. But you know hype it, but man at I'm tell you what I don't know what it was. Maybe that combination was swirling wind created a weird affect sort, but I'm gonNA. Tell you what I was ready to see. A broom or something fly out of that lightening. It sounds very humid. It does sound like a like a like a woman. abandoned. Or sounds like a woman being stabbed or tortured. Yeah, but you know but let multiple times louder exact because it covered the entire amplify. Standing on a stage and into a microphone, it's yeah exactly yeah. Creepy unexplainable. Yeah, this point does maybe a delve into that one later we might touch on it again when we get around to Texas. I don't know just for the heck of it. Someone smarter than this. Definitely figure it out. That's for sure. you. A all right well. Let's get into the main topic of tonight again. We are discussing the Rue Guru, which is the Cajun version of the Werewolf, its history some sightings, and and of course we'll get into the interesting case of the deridder Roadkill Quick Louisiana fact, the Tower New Lana Louisiana which is right outside the gates of Fort. Polk has the highest per capita DWI conviction and ticketing rate in the nation. So if you ever go through their slowdown, it's only a quarter of a mile, but yet they write the biggest number of tickets, and they prey on military, so we are true crime podcast as well so that kind of fits in yeah good. All Right Okay so the Guru the history and culture the as I said it's occasion. Version of the wear wolf, an is a variant pronunciation of the French word for which is loop guru loop is Wolf Guy Roux translates to man who transformed into an animal. It can of course reference any man that transforms into animals, not a wolf, such as like a where Panther where bear which are stories of according to very gene and slit in. On occasion folklore professor at University of Louisiana at Lafayette, in, America The of the rule is a common legend across French Louisiana. Both words are used interchangeably in southern, Louisiana? And some people call the monster. But others referred to it as Luke grew as we mentioned earlier, the loop, Guru legend, or say the rule legend has spread for many generations, and either directly from French settlers to Louisiana or new France or via the French Canadian immigrants centuries ago, a some sources claimed the myth originated in medieval France when belief in where werewolves would have been more prevalent than they are. Now I'll absolutely. Longtime ago, Michou everything ever again I mean. By their own shadows, man I hate to go back to a movie, but go back to a really crappy movie. What was that the show on village? Yes, again set in it was supposed to be set in the around that timeframe, and and the fear of the unknown in the forest, gave rise to the legend of monsters. Yes, even now have seen pictures of like bears with mange, and they look like were wolves. This they do so. If you have a bear in your forced, that has means or has just shed a tear for some reason, and you don't know you're not use this. You're not. Aware of this, you come across it, it is. Terrifying, yes, what the Hell's that? Yeah, it's over. It's where will. A version of the sixteenth century painted as being seen as something similar to a genetic disorder rather than the curse. Most other versions of the myth portrays grew was being. In this version, the ruger would live as a normal person until some event occurred. That triggered their condition. Their body would undergo a transformation, and they would develop a craving for meets. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry or hungry head to throw it in there fester. Our, Hungry Yeah Yeah I'm hungry and. Better wrong and take more than the snickers. Their full transformation into their reform would be completed once they had their first human flesh. Oh interesting, yes, so usually you hear the total transformation. Then it goes on the hunt, right? You don't ever hear of them like during transformation biting somebody at which compl-. That's I never heard that and the the typical. Where of Legend is that? You are bit by aware Wolf. Yes, you. You absorbed the curse or the the saliva genetics, whatever it is, and then you turn to her will. That's not usually u-turn to that is actually more akin to the legend of like the windy go that that is true, and that is of course, also. If you're not completely consumed by this creature, right, you know you'd have to survive the attack right? Yeah, yeah, absolutely! In. Cajun legends, the creatures had the problem.

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"louisiana" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on KTRH

"Is approaching the Louisiana because of the main impacts felt off to the east as we wrap up the weekend on the Sunday clear this morning that some afternoon sun just a slight chance for a thunderstorm farther off to the east a high of ninety six partly cloudy tonight low seventy eight a mix of clouds and sun tomorrow but isolated thunderstorms high of ninety seven in a study Tuesday with high the upper nineties I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher from the weather channel I can't wait till the storm is gone I haven't learned how to pronounce Corey Stoll by its eighty three of you are in Galveston if you're in the world and you have eighty four sugar land you're eighty three it's eighty five now feels like ninety already have K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center watch out for that heat indexes the afternoon approaches sixty percent humidity right now it's ten oh one our top story Cristobal is moving north in the Gulf at about twelve miles an hour the National Weather Service expects landfall around along Louisiana's eastern coast line that could be late this afternoon or early this evening winds currently fifty miles an hour some strengthening is still possible although we don't expect it to reach hurricane strength that would require seventy four mile per hour winds prior to landfall we think sixty miles an hour is about what we're gonna see at landfall winds from tropical storm Cristobal caused a tornado in Orlando yesterday there were no reports of injuries but at least one structure did lose the roof because of the rotation the heaviest rain has been the western coast of Florida forecasters are warning residents from Louisiana to Florida that more tornadoes are possible the national hurricane center is warning of life threatening surf and rip currents and possible flash floods some areas of the Gulf coast could see up to twelve inches of rain a Santa Cruz county California sheriff's deputy is dead to law enforcement officers wounded share of saying they were responding to a nine one one call about a van a guy with guns and bomb making materials inside thank you for your interesting getting they were ambushed with gunfire and multiple improvised explosive charges whether was shot and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced the suspect was shot hospitalized he's gonna be facing first degree murder charges there were George Floyd protests worldwide yesterday hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in London Homburg Germany Brisbane Australia Seoul South Korea Washington DC New York Chicago LA and in Holland Texas in Huntsville invite our chief art Acevedo tweeted about one o'clock this morning that the body of Floyd George R. I'm sorry George Floyd I apologize has arrived in Houston tomorrow the world's attention is going to be centered here visitation is tomorrow from noon to six at the fountain of praise church the funeral is Tuesday at eleven the same church on Hillcroft just southwest Orem only family and invited guests will be attending the funeral but it is going to be televised.

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"louisiana" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of BK a pastor in Louisiana who says his congregation would rather die than not to go to church plans to hold Easter services this weekend the only spell of the life tabernacle church in baton Rouge expects to have one thousand people in this church Easter Sunday despite orders prohibiting public gathering okay we're starting on a lighter note it is Good Friday as we approach Easter weekend we want to help you with your stay at home challenges NBC news radio national correspondent bill them for joins us now with a list of things to listen or watch on this holiday weekend and bill you are not usually the entertainment guys so I'm looking forward to that someone who would say well yeah you know I thought it was fitting because here we are on Good Friday there has been good news in the midst of all of this on the international scene about projections of death totals and things like that China opening back up again so we're still faced with the weekend where many of us are social distancing or and stay at home orders on a very difficult weekend where we normally would get together with family or friends so yes it's the least we can do to provide you with maybe something to help you get through and so let's start off with maybe your audio play list something you might listen to while you're on your Walker working out around the house I would suggest things like how about a good day sunshine by the Beatles how bout good leavened by the rascals little good vibrations from the beach boys Hey how about good hearted woman from Waylon and Willie you gotta throw that in there and that may be good times from sister sledge if you're on the hip end of the scale I would suggest a little flow right out and good feeling that'll get you started then Hey maybe you want to go to the TV for a little bit higher how about retro we go back and watch some episodes of good times or a few episodes a good eats and Alton brown that'll get you through and finally yeah I got some movies that you can binge over the weekend that of course are are good we can start with family viewing how about the good dinosaur that's a nice film good morning Vietnam the good bad and the ugly good will hunting up you good man and I don't think you can get through any good movie series without good fellas no there you go I I think that'll get you started anyway that's not bad as your list A. as you're going down your list bill I'm thinking to myself how do I get all these two took to play and then I think well I just say to Alexa play all music that's as good right that I mean that's what I need to do well just hearing you say fluoride and made my morning all right we love it I guess we could say that was a good report yeah thank you have a good weekend receive that all right let's get outside and see how things are one.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Are both fine ideas but it's important to note that other countries have taken a different stance. Denmark and other northern European nations have essentially said. We're going to pay businesses to maintain their payrolls to avoid the sort of mass layoffs. There were already beginning to see in the US again. Let's get everybody who's employed with with their current employer or boss. Just stay at that company will pay you to do nothing for a few months and then hopefully in the summer we can bring the whole thing back online without having to lose millions maybe even tens of millions of people in the US to unemployment. Yeah you have another rule that really speaks to Businesses and their plight right now. That comes from economists. Justin Wolfer at the University of Michigan. Who told you that you have to build companies a time machine? What does that mean right? So he's not talking about the H. G. Wells contraption. He's talking about a time. Machine made out of money that can move their expenses from the present day to the future and in the US economic rescue package that time machine looks like about three hundred fifty billion dollars in low interest loans. That the government's GonNa give out to small and medium sized businesses and maybe even forgive those loans if those businesses maintain their payrolls. I think it's a good idea. I just think it's probably a little too small and a little too late if we want to pay all the small medium sized businesses in the US enough money to maintain their payrolls. That figures shouldn't be three hundred fifty billion each be closer to six hundred or seven hundred billion. You also say and rule number four. The business of America is now science. Can you explain that we need to get people money? Or they're going to die and we need to get companies cash or they're going to die but if we don't clear the way for healthcare workers to treat the sick if we don't find a way to test and trace illnesses we don't find a way to build antiviral medications or a vaccine if we don't fix the science problem people and companies are going to die anyway. There's no such thing as normal economy until we can contain this virus Derek Thompson senior editor at the Atlantic talking to here and now host Tonya Mosley across the United States. This pandemic is only making an unequal system. More so unless you have a white colored job that lets you work from home. You're probably stuck going to work or you're being laid off and when it comes to the virus itself. African Americans are dying at an alarming rate in Detroit Chicago Milwaukee and in Louisiana where the disease seem to hit with sudden force. Here's Teagan Wendell. End of member station W. W. No in New Orleans just a little over a month ago. Elway James Was Riding High Zulus Mardi Gras morning parade kissing babies and shaking hands. He's the president of the Zulu Social Aid and pleasure club the center of black culture in New Orleans a month later twenty of his club. Brothers have been hospitalized and five are dead. We have not been able to celebrate the live lows about members. The way we have we would have traditionally done jazz. Funerals know second lines. All he can do is console families over the phone encourage them and pray for them. He's not alone Kovic. Nineteen has killed many many black people in Louisiana during a press conference governor John Bel Edwards released data for the first time on the racial breakdown of Corona virus deaths showing that at least seventy percent were of black people so that deserves more attention. And we're going to have to dig into that and see what we can do to slow that trend down in Louisiana. There are many reasons for that trend. Preexisting conditions like high blood pressure diabetes and coronary heart disease disproportionately affect the black community largely because of poverty and lack of access to medical services. Problems that Congressman Edrich. Richmond says are rooted in hundreds of years of systemic racism. No doubt that is GONNA impact African American communities off four communities work in Chicago which has a much smaller black population. Seventy percent of the people who've died of the corona virus so far we're black according to WBZ. Milwaukee is seeing similar trends. Joya career prairie is a doctor who founded the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She says a lot of black people don't even know they're at risk. We're seeing a lot of black men a lot of younger people from you. Sing all the things that didn't that you didn't and some other countries play out in the US because we have not created a social safety net for everyone and in a state like Louisiana where at least eight percent of the people don't have insurance a number that's even higher for minorities. Folks might be reluctant to go to the hospital if they don't think it's that serious congressman Richmond at the end of the day. This is not some academic study. This is a FIFA de issue. Once and for hope that justice to tackle health disparities cost alison pliers with the New Orleans data center which is studying. Cova death rates as we move forward we have to really create a society that cares for everyone even the most vulnerable or else we will have a large portion of our society that susceptible to these kinds of shocks for his part. Elmore James will continue to support his community as they navigate this devastating time. And when it's all over they'll throw a big old second line for the brothers and sisters..

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"louisiana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A Louisiana law it's about admitting privileges for abortions requiring those abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital so if something goes wrong at their clinics where they don't have they are not you know up to the ambulatory care standards they don't have he seems to really take care of of of situations have become dangerous for the woman having the abortion dangers course always for the child is going to be killed but again this was just saying Hey if you're if if something goes wrong and of the woman you put the woman's life at risk you need to get to a hospital you have admitting privileges somewhere so you can just go ahead and do that and it's not doesn't add any extra time and of course planned parenthood legally oppose they they pose that they posed the idea of protecting the woman having an abortion it's just it's just it's so it's it's to me what it does is it lifts the veil about the abortion industry ring it's super Tuesday we get to politics it's important you all know that this case was argued today the US Supreme Court it was a similar case their stand just a few years ago but it was a different Supreme Court things have changed because of president trump they definitely have a justice Scalia had already passed so he was not on the court there only eight justices and justice Kennedy was still there now those two seats have been filled by justice Cavanaugh and justice Gorsuch in Jordan just underscore your point about how extreme the situation is this definitely lifts the veil and pulls the entire argument out that the pro abortion agenda is pro women because Jordan this is not about a restriction on abortion this is saying if a woman is dying which look this is just reality women die after these procedures on occasion you should have the ability to admit that woman to a hospital Jordan that is a position at the pro abortion crowd is not willing to consider that so that's all we've seen is trying to do here and I would tell you this one of the questions the justice Cavanaugh asked as he asked those who were arguing that this Louisiana law was unconstitutional he said is it you're really your position that all of these admitting privileges no matter the circumstances no matter the situation even if the surgery center is similar to other ones that have to have these requirements is it your position that all of those requirements are unconstitutional and Jordan essentially the answer from those challenging this law was yes we opposed all of those restrictions that's how extreme their argument is I think there's a very good chance they're gonna win the day here the Supreme Court all right so folks this is the times forty Mercer for law and justice which is our brief hold in my hand those who watch a Facebook and periscope productions listen to other radio broadcast we most of you are on a radio network which we appreciate all the never secure a broadcast or Sirius XM on family talk there here's the brief significant action this is pretty big when you when you've got the the again the different I did it was we have here which is which is significant in the appendix that we have attached to that which is significant because there's such a record on these life cases you may be limited in page county thirty pages but then you've got you know you're the the again the appendix here so here's a brief this one filed by the merciful on justice we're getting reports unlike a four years ago just four years ago was a totally different spring court make up there's a real chance now there's a new skepticism about the are you from Planned Parenthood these laws are some to it burned S. on the abortion industry when their laws to protect the citizens inside the states who possibly if they are facing life or death situations to make sure that they're they are asking for as best as possible so even when the abortion industry they don't want to it's abortion distortion there were no standards to apply them it would be treated differently than everyone else they would perform invasive procedures that could end up not just killing the child the woman having the procedure and they still don't want to say well you need admitting privileges at a hospital what kind.

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"louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

"Record in Louisiana as there are in other states really gross violations of health and safety standards in the abortion industry but Nancy Northup president of the center for reproductive rights countered that if Louisiana's law is upheld there will be only one clinic and one doctor to serve the needs of ten thousand women seeking abortions each year in the state it is not right that we have to be here re fighting a legal battle that we have already won inside the court chamber lawyer Julie Riggleman representing the hope clinic in Shreveport Louisiana argue that the fifth circuit court of appeals in upholding the Louisiana law had disregarded the factual findings of the trial court and openly defy the supreme court's precedents conservative justice Samuel Alito who is opposed abortion rights for decades led the charge against recommend why should the clinic be allowed to sue on behalf of his patients he asked when it has a conflict of interest with those patients recommend replied that the Supreme Court has repeatedly held that a plaintiff directly regulated by law can challenge that law really reply delete okay his voice rising that's amazing he would reiterate those words over and over again justice Ginsburg interjected is there any conflict of interest between doctors and patients here answer no the court has already held that admitting privileges serve no medical benefit indeed said recommend the federal government itself has eliminated that requirement for doctors performing outpatient surgical procedures on Medicaid and Medicare patients justice Alito moved on to the facts in the case seeking to show that doctors at the clinics did not try hard enough to get admitting privileges Dr doe three he noted did have admitting privileges recommend replied that he had them because in his separate private practice he delivers babies and thus admits at least fifty patients a year the minimum required by the hospital when the lawyer for the state of Louisiana Elizabeth Merle rose to make her argument she faced a wall of questions from the court's liberals especially its three female justices justice Ginsburg what sense does it make to require doctors to have hospital admitting privileges within thirty miles of a clinic when most complications arise after the patient is at home and usually it far away a from the clinic what about the vacuuming procedure the doctors routinely do after miscarriage she said are there hospital admitting privileges attached to those Merle conceded that such procedures done in a doctor's office do not require the doctor to have hospital admitting privileges nearby when Merle argued that the admitting privileges requirement serves to assure doctors are properly credentialed justice Sotomayor asked don't you have a medical licensing requirements in the state justice Kagan the record shows that hospitals deny privileges for many reasons the decision can rest on the number of patients the doctor admits it could even rest on a general view that they don't want abortion providers in that hospital is it right Kagan continued that over twenty three years the hope clinic has treated some seventy thousand patients and transferred women to a hospital only four times replied lawyer Merle only for that they know of justice Breyer interjected we're not gonna solve this at oral argument which of the doctors is your best case for not having tried hard enough to get admitting privileges does six answer tomorrow just prior the state's own expert witness conceded does six who only does abortions with pills likely could not get admitting privileges look he said moments later people in this country have very strong feelings about this issue a lot of people morally think it's wrong and a lot of people morally think the opposite but why should the court depart from its repeated precedence over the last forty plus years if we do that he seemed to suggest why wouldn't we go back to landmark decisions in the founding era true at the end of the day of course it was none of the avid questioners whose votes will count in this case it likely will be Chief Justice John Roberts vote that will be determinative he was a dissenter in the twenty sixteen ruling but voted to block the Louisiana law from going into effect while the court considers the case today.

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"louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

"Record in Louisiana as there are in other states really gross violations of health and safety standards in the abortion industry but Nancy Northup president of the center for reproductive rights countered that if Louisiana's law is upheld there will be only one clinic and one doctor to serve the needs of ten thousand women seeking abortions each year in the state it is not right that we have to be here re fighting a legal battle that we have already won inside the court chamber lawyer Julie Riggleman representing the hope clinic in Shreveport Louisiana argue that the fifth circuit court of appeals in upholding the Louisiana law had disregarded the factual findings of the trial court and openly defy the supreme court's precedents conservative justice Samuel Alito who is opposed abortion rights for decades led the charge against recommend why should the clinic be allowed to sue on behalf of his patients he asked when it has a conflict of interest with those patients recommend replied that the Supreme Court has repeatedly held that a plaintiff directly regulated by law can challenge that law really reply delete okay his voice rising that's amazing he would reiterate those words over and over again justice Ginsburg interjected is there any conflict of interest between doctors and patients here answer no the court has already held that admitting privileges serve no medical benefit indeed said recommend the federal government itself has eliminated that requirement for doctors performing outpatient surgical procedures on Medicaid and Medicare patients justice Alito moved on to the facts in the case seeking to show that doctors at the clinics did not try hard enough to get admitting privileges Dr doe three he noted did have admitting privileges recommend replied that he had them because in his separate private practice he delivers babies and thus admits at least fifty patients a year the minimum required by the hospital when the lawyer for the state of Louisiana Elizabeth Merle rose to make her argument she faced a wall of questions from the court's liberals especially its three female justices justice Ginsburg what sense does it make to require doctors to have hospital admitting privileges within thirty miles of a clinic when most complications arise after the patient is at home and usually it far away a from the clinic what about the vacuuming procedure the doctors routinely do after miscarriage she said are there hospital admitting privileges attached to those Merle conceded that such procedures done in a doctor's office do not require the doctor to have hospital admitting privileges nearby when Murrell argued that the admitting privileges requirement serves to assure doctors are properly credentialed justice Sotomayor asked don't you have a medical licensing requirements in the state justice Kagan the record shows that hospitals deny privileges for many reasons the decision can rest on the number of patients the doctor admits it could even rest on a general view that they don't want abortion providers in that hospital is it right Kagan continued that over twenty three years the hope clinic has treated some seventy thousand patients and transferred women to a hospital only four times replied lawyer Merle only for that they know of justice Breyer interjected we're not gonna solve visit oral argument which of the doctors is your best case for not having tried hard enough to get admitting privileges does six answer tomorrow just prior the state's own expert witness conceded does six who only does abortions with pills likely could not get admitting privileges look he said moments later people in this country have very strong feelings about this issue a lot of people morally think it's wrong and a lot of people morally think the opposite but why should the court depart from its repeated precedence over the last forty plus years if we do that he seemed to suggest why wouldn't we go back to landmark decisions in the founding era true at the end of the day of course it was none of the avid questioners whose votes will count in this case it likely will be Chief Justice John Roberts vote that will be determinative he was a dissenter in the twenty sixteen ruling but voted to block the Louisiana law from going into effect while the court considers the case today he S. few question and.

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"louisiana" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"So we have a Louisiana woman busted with a math dash of a container labeled dope that's why they call it that folks dead giveaway cops are live we found method or home inside a plastic container labeled dope Candice Neill age forty one of west Monroe Louisiana was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance after police found drugs at home Neil who tried to hide from cops in our backyard before being detained allegedly admitted ownership of the math she's being held on a three thousand dollar bond she's no stranger to the law by the way previously arrested for possession of math with intent to distribute possession of stolen goods and driving without a license you know I'm not gonna get into a whole drug discussion here I mean I you know I get you some of you folks smoking dope I get it you know but math it's like eight okay let's see how we're gonna do you gonna do this drug in your teeth are going to fall out you gonna have sores all over your face in gonna die in about five years they may as well have a sign on the back of their rear end saying kick me exactly well maybe she did she had a message that said dope on it maybe maybe maybe she's got a sweat shirt with all the bags is kick me what is our own bus on the destination it says I'm doing dope you just can't fix stupid Jordan Europe next Jordan what's up our first phone call here and call me in about the previous doctor topic you had about the you all and smoking I will let me up things oaks you just tuned in U. haul is no longer going to hire anybody who uses nicotine okay yeah so I'm kind of deal with something that's similar at work right now so I work for has now changed our time clocks so that they would require us to scan or fingerprint service from print to clock in and clock out yeah so I told him you know I have religious concerns about this land privacy concerns about this they will talk less supervisor work something out you know where I can track my hours differently but I wanted to call in because well behind the times on this stuff no there's only about three or four states that have laws concerning biometric privacy Chicago more alone Texas is another one I think Washington just past the all regarding this as well so I think you know we need to have the distinction made about what kind of information are employers can require of their employees so for example no if I was working at a place that had national security concerns staking fear state security concerns things like that then okay I can understand using bio metrics to verify who I am and what I have access to so there's places that use facial skin recognition iris scan recognitions and this one it has to do with fingerprints is attributing an algorithm based off of your you need for press and so I have great concerns about that and what's happening in this digital technological age well I think it's interesting because your people say well fill you say the employer should be able to do whatever they want to to a degree but if my employer says Hey it as part of your employment agreement with us we're going to come and go through your closet tonight at nine o'clock I would say no we're not going to do that you don't have the right to do that I think this falls under that they don't need this information from you in order for you to do their job you do your job so they shouldn't be allowed to get it yeah I I completely agree and I think you know just needed me more distinctions as I understand Tennessee is a employee employee at will state so you know they can let go of meaning Sunday one that's just as I understand it and then of course I have to see about any legal repercussions but from my research to if he doesn't have any laws about biometric privacy yeah well maybe it's time somebody and we got a lawmakers listen obviously some maybe some eyes on it time out no we'll be back right after this it fell on Baghdad International Airport near the air cargo terminal security unit said two vehicles were burned and several people injured the US has expressed interest over the risk of more strikes against American interests in the Middle East by Iran or its proxy forces the daughter of the man critically injured in an attack on a Hanukkah celebration in New York is making an emotional plea to end the hatred and anti semitism New York City congressman Eliot Engel lend support to her appeal I remember as a little boy growing up in the Bronx and I was learning about the Holocaust I thought it couldn't happen here because it couldn't happen here you know what I think it could happen here and it could have been here if people of good will say nothing a man who had been missing at the Grand Canyon for eleven days has been found alive Martin Edward o'connor of laporte Texas was located today and flown out of the canyon in the helicopter was undergoing a medical evaluation amber sat well out is complete without Johnny Fleeman stake in marinade seasoning your steak chicken 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"louisiana" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Selling my home and Louisiana and the proceeds guard there about two hundred fifty thousand now I would like to take a boat tour golf and possibly get four percent interest on it is not possible yeah I think it's definitely possible album by it is in so posso bowl with you without taking some risk so now I say that has hit me because I don't think you got to take a lot of risk you know I I think you gotta take a moderate amount of risk not anything that is going to be our shattering if it were to go down because for per se is in this market is relatively easy to get as a return on your investment through dividends and interest now on fortunately you can't get it by way act the entire two hundred thousand there will be many out there including your bank that will tell you you can because they were pushed you into a fixed some sort of fixed annuity by it isn't true six you know what he has I believe more risk than trying to do it the market because they will not only have the red they will also have a lack of liquidity meaning you're not gonna be able to get that money very easily without suffering severe penalties so I think you can I don't think it's hard to do I think it's going to be relatively easy if you're worried you just follow the income portfolio alone and you wouldn't have to even fill all the sectors you won't have any problem and we have people making seven eight percent off that income portfolio I'm not suggesting you do that because you don't need to when I think you should do if you don't need it because that adds another level of risk but I think that you can do it fairly easy I just don't want you to think you can do it and never ever wake up one morning and your two hundred thousand be worth a hundred ninety seven I mean that's always going to be a possibility no matter what you do what you don't want to do is be show a grass so that you wake up one morning year two hundred thousand is is there are ninety seven you don't you don't want that I don't think you need to take that kind of risk okay down a I hear what you're saying already call because someone at the bank can you call me will have the community and I will get you for that well I isn't that interesting I said that before you told me that not even back when I said it because they they first of all the bank has there are people in there that appear to be working for the bank and all they're doing is given a kick back on the commission and the banks are allowed to do it you know if I did that I'd I'd be in big trouble but the banks can do it because our banks so it is yeah so you just confirmed what I was worried about so don't do it because there's a lack of liquidity I you know what I hope you never need to touch that money album but the way life is there will be circumstances that could happen in any given moment where you might need to dip into that money even though right now you're absolutely sure you don't need to and now you got to pay a ten twelve percent penalty to get your own money out so that's that's another level of risk they still have the market risk side of things although they'll deny it but when you read the fine print after you get the contract you'll see you'll see that is the case so I would just be very very cautious take two investments not insurance products and be concourse years in real conservative and I think you'll do fine yeah well one of the first thing that column what it has to be better claim responsible whatever whatever is put into you know yeah I don't care if they can't give me that and riding yeah I mean I wouldn't go that well even if they give it to you in writing they're not going to do it they can't I'm just telling you not I don't mean to sound harsh or or that there be indices for anything I'm not I'm not throwing stones I'm just telling you the facts even if they say they can do it they're not they're not don't if they can't I mean it because what they want they're not they're not set up in a way that they could do yeah what would be the best route to go are the best route to go would be to you know either go to I I can't give you an invite can only give you one adviser that you could go to I'm happy to do that and they'll put you in probably in all likelihood my something similar my income portfolio but they will they will be I am certain I never recommend him a hundred percent typically responsible I don't get anything for recommending them so I don't put it out there on the air but I can I can put you on hold and you can get that person's name or that firm and and get a hold of them and they get help yeah thank you very much Dan all right I'm gonna put on hold okay you got a brother have a great.

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"louisiana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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