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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The world and everything in it has made possible by listeners. Like us my name. Is steve schmidt and i live in saint anthony minnesota crew. The ministry formerly known as campus crusade for christ in the us. I ought to listen to this podcast riding my bike to work. I hope you enjoyed today's program. Good morning today. The economics of president biden's vaccine mandate. That's ahead on the monday money. Beat also today legal docket one woman story of overcoming blindness and becoming a high level attorney plus the world history book twenty years ago fears of biological terrorism to the whole front and those concerns over anthrax in florida after one man died from the illness and his coworker was contaminated. It's monday september thirteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported world radio. I'm mary reicher and dawn. Nick eicher good morning time now for the news with kent covington. Republicans are pushing back against president biden sweeping vaccine mandates. Gop governors swiftly denounced. The requirements and vowed to sue and private employers. May do so as well. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson told nbc on sunday. The this is an unprecedented. Assumption of federal mandate authority that really disrupts in divides the country. He said he believes the mandates will be counterproductive but surgeon general. Dr murthy said the new mandates are appropriate to be clear they requirements at he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act. Critics disagree calling it federal overreach. The mandates could impact one hundred million americans including workers with any company that has more than one hundred employees. The biden administration declassified in fbi document on the anniversary of nine eleven that sheds new light on support given to to saudi hijackers. The document details contacts. The men had with saudi associates and the united states leading up to the september eleventh attacks. But it does not provide proof that senior kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The sixteen page document was a summary of an fbi interview. Done in two thousand fifteen with man who had frequent contact with saudi nationals. In the united states who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Victims families have long sought the records as they pursue a lawsuit in new york alleging that saudi government officials supported the hijackers. Gop congressman tony. Gonzales commented on the report sunday. There's no doubt that saudi nationals Help plot l. execute this terrible act on september eleventh. What level that dipped into the saudi government. I still i still think is murky but one thing that isn't murky is the taliban and how al qaeda they harbored also over the weekend al qaeda leader. I'm an also hurry appeared in a video marking the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks months after rumors spread that he was dead and intelligence group called site that monitors jihadist websites said. The video was released on saturday in. Its al-zawahiri praised al qaeda attacks including one that targeted russian troops in syria in january site said also while hurry also noted the us military's withdrawal from afghanistan. After twenty years of war of that does not necessarily prove the video was recent as withdrawal plans. Were in place earlier this year. Democratic senator joe manchin said sunday that he is a hard no on president biden's three and a half trillion dollar spending plan reiterating his opposition. He noted that the federal government has already pumped more than five trillion dollars into the economy. Since the start of the pandemic we have done an awful lot. And there's still an awful lot of people that need help. But you have eleven. Million jobs aren't filled right now. Eight million people are still unemployed. Something's not matching up. Don't you think we ought to hit the pause and find out that from cnn state of the union at an evenly divided senate. Democrats cannot pass the spending package without mansions. Vote he told. Nbc's meet the press that he also has concerns about the plant itself. He said those include the lack of guardrails and the called for spending on social programs. I think that if you're going to make sure they were helping our children. Let's make sure that children are getting the best benefit of that. Let's make sure that a a guardian or a parent is doing everything they can to nurture that child and given the resources they do it. But if you don't have any work requirements there's no means testing on so much of this it makes sense to me. He also said while he supports raising corporate taxes to a degree. He's concerned that tax hikes as outlined in the proposal would make america less globally competitive the west virginia senator said he might support a spending plan in the one to one and a half trillion dollar range but definitely not three and a half trillion. I'm helping ten and straight ahead. A supreme story of perseverance loss a historic supreme court nomination as is the world and everything in Ooh it's monday september thirteenth twenty twenty. One thanks for listening to the world and everything in it. good morning. i'm mary record. And don.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

07:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Of motorists who drowned in new orleans and a person by a falling tree outside about an rouge new orleans. Mayor latoya cantrell said the good news. Is that her cities. Levy system passed a major test case scenario. It did not happen. We did not have another katrina. And that's something again. We should all be grateful for however the impact is absolutely significant. She said the city and the state are only beginning to survey the destruction. The damage to the power grid was so extensive. That officials warned. It could be weeks before it's repaired. Fire officials have ordered more evacuations. Near lake tahoe. As the calder fire roared through forests south west of the lake along the california nevada state line. The fire destroyed multiple homes on sunday along highway fifty. That is one of the main routes into the south end of the lake. The fire also roared through the sierra at tahoe ski resort destroying multiple buildings and the weather does not appear to be cooperating forecasters say extreme heat and triple digit temperatures. Could last for several days the blaze that broke out august fourteenth has already burned roughly two hundred and fifty square miles. That's an area larger than chicago. New kovic nineteen infections have risen to levels not seen since january of this year which was the peak month of the pandemic so far world. Kristen flavin has more about one. Hundred fifty thousand. Americans are testing positive each day according to a rolling seven day average. That's a return to january levels though not yet near the mid january peak of a quarter of a million daily infections those are of course just the recorded numbers experts say the actual case count as likely much higher as many who can track the virus. Never take a test and deaths for cova. Nineteen are also on the rise quadrupling since early july. Almost a thousand americans are once again dying from cova. Nineteen each day. Officials estimate that about ninety. Eight percent of those deaths are among unvaccinated patients. But vaccinations are also on the rise. About four hundred. Fifty thousand americans are now getting their first shot each day. That's an increase of seventy three percent since late july reporting for world. I'm kristen flan kept covington straight ahead. A court victory for christian schools was resisting the temptation to pretend we're perfect. This is the world and everything in a. It's tuesday the last day of august. Twenty twenty one so glad to have you along for today's edition of the world and everything in it. Good morning. i'm mary reicher and dogmatic hiker. I up today religious guidance for religious schools federal court earlier this month upheld the right of an indianapolis catholic highschool to fire a guidance counselor who violated church teaching by entering into a same sex relationship. Lynn starkey sued ron collie highschool in two thousand nineteen. She accused school officials of discriminating against her and creating a hostile work environment due to her sexual orientation. We'll joining us now to fill us in on this. Case is steve west. He's an attorney and writes about religious liberty issues for world digital good morning. Steve good morning mary. First of all give us a bit of background on this case and how we got here. Lyn starkey worked for run collie highschool along time about forty years from nineteen seventy eight to nineteen ninety nine but you know people's beliefs and behavior can change over their lives and that's kind of what happened here though. She obviously subscribed to catholic teaching on sexuality marriage. When she was hired she had to in order to work there that changed by the time she entered into a same sex relationship and when the school learn about it. It did what it had to do it. It didn't renew our contract. She was fired so as we mentioned a federal court sided with run carly highschool. How and why did the court arrive at that decision stark. You made a number of claims but it all boiled down to you discriminate against me about firing me solely based on our status as a gay person but the court relied on what's called the ministerial exception. A doctrine the courts have developed that flows out of the first amendment is part of a broader idea that churches and religious institutions when they're acting like churches and religious institutions should have a high degree of autonomy and courts should not be second guessing their decisions. Let's statelets to stop right here and delve more deeply into what ministerial exception. Actually looks like that refers to church doctrine governance and even firing and hiring after all if a church or religious ministry is going to fulfil mission it to be able to count on employees who believe in the mission. The ministerial exception applies to ministers of course but also to those employees who serve a vital religious function like a principal of a school and organised for the church A press secretary for religious organization and the court here said that lynn starkey as a guidance counselor certainly fell in that category. I mean she gave spiritual advice to students. She prayed with them and she served as a role model to them. Will the school have to defend its rights any further or is this case closed. Unfortunately it looks like it's not over yet. Starkey has appealed not with the school wants of course but a favorable appeals court ruling could be helpful to many other schools in helping clarify the law in this area right. Well steve. You wrote that. The courts continued to wrestle with the scope of the ministerial exception. Explain what's going on there. Well no one believes that. Churches religious schools in religious ministries are completely autonomous yet. The ministerial exception arose as a way to protect their religious liberty and prevent the government from being entangled with religious doctrine and governance. And here's an area in which we can be very thankful for the way. The supreme court has at least today dealt with it yet defining the scope of the exception can be a challenge as you move farther away from someone who's an actual minister so yes. It covers the minister. The teacher even the guidance counselor like here but at the other stream it be a challenge to show. It covers the custodian or school bus driver. I know there's been some recent cases dealing with the ministerial exception at the supreme court. Yes last summer. The court issued a ruling upholding the right of two catholic schools in california to fire elementary school. Teachers over discrimination claims finding they were both vital because they were involved in teaching the faith but decisions back to other courts. That didn't stop. The ministerial exception are up for review by the court. One involved a lawyer who sought job at a legal aid clinic operated by seattle's union gospel mission. Where the mission. Charges every employee with evangelization. Does he serve vital religious function or what about social work professor. At gordon college christian college where the college has a well articulated vision of ministry for staff that requires integration of faith and learning. Does she served a vital religious function..

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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04:49 min | 6 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Wondrous cross on own. Aw a only. Aw a a aw takes a team to put this program together and ensure that it's delivered to you each morning faithfully so thanks are. In order to our faithful team. Megan basham anna. Hansen brown janey. Be cheney can't covington kristen flabby katie. Golden kim henderson. Jill nelson owns ao. He kerry mary reicher. Jenny lynch men. Sarah weinsberg cal. Thomas and whitney williams johnny franklin and carl pete's our audio engineers lee jones is making editor. Paul butler is executive producer. And martineau laskey is editor in chief. And thanks to you because of your support. You're helping make it possible to bring christian journalism till the marketplace of ideas for god so loved the world that he gave his only some that ever believes in him should not perish but have eternal. Life have a wonderful easter weekend of worship with your brothers and sisters..

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"H. o. n. that on one recent dive. He found something that really surprised him. This was one of the more usual things that we found. Which was this. Gopro still sealed in the case. The gopro you know those cameras that you can put under water opened. The camera up took out the memory card and discovered that the files were still intact so we played the very last video on the card was from the year. Two thousand fourteen and it explained how the camera wound up on the ocean floor. The video showed a young man diving from a cliff in iowa. So roberts posted the video to his facebook page and was crowd. Sourcing some assistance finding the cameras owner. It worked it did not take long for the video to make its way to twenty six year old. Nine noah come on. I just started getting a bunch of the messages of this video of me from seven years ago that donald like no way somebody found the gopro. They did what they found was an eighteen year old commodity at a popular dive. Spot called spitting caves in a wa who he said. It was his first and last time cliff diving. It's the world and everything. Today is thursday january twenty eighth. you're listening to world radio and we thank you for that good morning. I'm nick and mary reicher coming next on the.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Got reporting for world. I'm bonnie purchase Since both you've enjoyed bonnie's music selections for advent. We have made up a spotify playlist. So you can download those cuts for your own enjoyment. We've placed linked to the playlist in today's transcript world and everything dot org. Bonnie returns one week from today with one more musical reflection this time celebrating christmas day. Well it takes a team to put this program together each day and so we want to say thanks to each one by name. Megan basham ryan burger anna. Joe hansen brown can't covington kristen. Flavin katie gawltney. George grant kim henderson lee jones owner jerry. Bonnie mary reicher jenny rough sarraj weinsberg. Less cillers and cal. Thomas night owls johnny franklin and carl. Pete's are the audio engineers who stay up late to get the program to you early. Paul butler is executive producer. And marvin alaska is editor and chief and of course. None of this happens without you. This is our december giving drive. And i hope you'll beat the rush. Make your gift today at w. n. g. dot org slash donate and psalm. Thirty four. david reminds us old taste and see that the lord is good. Blessed is the man who takes refuge at him. I hope you have a restful weekend and worshiped with your brothers and sisters in.

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Listener supported world radio. I'm mary reicher. And i'm nick. Eicher world commentator. Kim henderson now on framing up a marriage. Anyone who's been wed long enough. We'll tell you some days of marriage are happy. Some are hard for those landing on the hard side of the meter. Let me tell you what. I found at the mill town antique mall last thirsty. My quest for picture frames sturdy. Ones hemi digging through the dark and dusty on a back. I'll a spotted a possible. It was prop between a concrete yard fixture and a complete leather bound set of arabian nights. I moved in closer and finger the frame but what was this yellow document. Wow a marriage certificate from nineteen fourteen and not just any old marriage certificate. One more the of non glare glass double mats a frame gilded in gold. Evidently someone wants prized this record of henry. L. newman and lula mae barnes union. But there it was on sale for twelve ninety five price. Stickers told the tale this antique was at its second stop on the thrift market circuit maupin into henry and lulu like that had me wondering or kind of happy and hard to the years. Hold for them. Did uncle sam draft. Henry did lula mesa drive childbirth. Were they in aquilla. Priscilla like team or the anna nyas sephora variety. A few days later i tracked down their graves at rose hill cemetery it turns out the new. Mrs newman was just shy of fifteen. When she said her vows she kept them until she died of a heart attack. At sixty five then. I managed to get in touch with the newman's granddaughters. She filled in some of the blanks. The groom henry had a barber shop downtown beside the railroad tracks to accommodate hardworking farmers. He opened before five. Am six days a week. Lulu brought him a home cooked meal everyday around eleven. On sundays they took their five kids. To first baptist church. Henry managed to build a house during the depression is still standing on lamb where their descendants live today when he retired. Local newspaper celebrated him and a career built on twenty five cent haircuts. The newman's three boys and two girls grew up and married wisely to no divorces in their family tree the last layer of the immediate branch. A daughter-in-law died in august. The granddaughter i spoke with has no idea how big mama and big daddy's marriage certificate got discarded but her sister went post haste to retrieve it. The store owner didn't charge her. A dime seems the whole bunch of us agree that when it comes to frame. Masterpieces beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder. Truth is when henry and lula mae started out. They probably couldn't have imagined a time when nearly half of all marriages don't make it. That's why the fading cursive of their eleven. by fourteen. Love story is strong encouragement. It can help you see bigger pictures and the perspective of india results. It can even be rocket fuel on a hard day of marriage. I'm kim henderson well. Tomorrow political analysts said that.

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The World and Everything In It

06:34 min | 11 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"And everything in it. Good morning. i'm mary reicher and time. Nick eicher first up today election lawsuits. The trump campaign has filed legal challenges over vote counting in pennsylvania arizona and michigan. These are all states. Where joe biden leads. The president by razor thin margins republican national committee chair ronna mcdaniel says evidence of problems in michigan is mounting here. She is talking with fox business. Network's varney and company. We have twenty five hundred incident. Reports of irregularities at at polling locations where people weren't able to witness the process but beyond that we now have one hundred and thirty one affidavit one from a whistle blower who states that. They were told to backdate ballots by their supervisor. And also everyone else in the facility was told the backdate ballots that would have been invalidated. Democrats dismissed the lawsuits as political theater. They say the president is just delaying his inevitable. Defeat but most republicans support his right to keep fighting. Here's senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell president trump is one hundred percent within his rights to look into allegations of irregularities and way his legal options senator marsha blackburn noted the last time a presidential race came down to the wire it was democrats who asked the courts to intervene in two thousand. Al gore's spent thirty seven days exhausting every option and president. Donald trump should also exhaust all options. That are available to him. He is doing this to make certain that the votes that are legal are counted that illegal votes are tossed out. Well it is washington wednesday and joining us now to talk about the election. Legal fight is mark clawson. He's a professor of history and law at cedar ville university a christian college in ohio. Good morning till you professor. Good morning. Hope you're doing well. Well i i am well thanks for asking. Now let's talk about these challenges. Initially the trump campaign sued over access to ballot-counting by election observers but now the legal challenges are focused on which ballots should be counted. Can you explain to legal grounds for these lawsuits. Yeah actually they're varied. There are at least three different grounds that they have for the lawsuits. One is the irregularities which may be because of technological problems glitches by computer systems and so forth to rectify. that problem. the other would be simple fraud. That is tampering with ballots activity. That would be illegal under election law committing fraud. The third one would be overreach of authority of government that would be the pennsylvania situation where the supreme court pennsylvania actually ordered the ballots to be allowed three days after the election was over even though the legislature had said. That wasn't the case so there are three different kinds of lawsuits going on all of them eventually. Want some kind of recounting or Investigation into fraud. So that's kind of what it's all about in general kind of way Now lower courts have already thrown out some of those initial challenges. As i understand it. Is that correct. Yeah some of the lower courts district courts Lower courts in states not surprising in most states where the election has a sad to say but in most states where the election has taken place in a state that voted for that candidate. The lower courts tend to vote for the that state to opole the state. In its decisions they can be appealed. Some of the big ones have not been thrown out. The supreme court even required that the votes in pennsylvania that were allowed three days later should be sequestered set apart. And the court may well here that case When the election two thousand is is still fresh on the minds of many people of a certain age. I count myself among them. Now we heard senator marsha blackburn mentioned that just a moment ago professor remind us what happened there. Oh in florida yeah. Well what happened was in broward. County florida They use the kind of punch-card for voting. And they found that these. These things were partly pint. Double-punch not punched at all And the broward county. Board of elections began to count these ballots and they had a totally inconsistent approach to counting them. They attended to look like they were counting for one candidate or the other predominantly throwing out ballots that would support the opposite candidate And finally The they were there was a suit filed in that case. It made it all the way up to the supreme court. It said. Just stop the counting. Because you're not doing anything consistently we can't be sure we've had a fair election here. Stop counting will declare whoever the winner is right now as the winner of broward county because he won broward county. He won florida because he won. Florida won the electoral college and became president. That was president bush. So that's essentially what happened. It was one county determining the whole fate of the country. Would you say that the current court fight is fundamentally the same as that one waged in two thousand. It's a little different. We don't have the hanging chad problem anymore. But we have some significant problems. And i would consider i would actually say the overreach of authority might be the most significant. You're talking right now of at least one hundred twenty. Seven thousand ballots have been sequestered in pennsylvania and if those are thrown out and that means pennsylvania goes to trump now. It doesn't give him the electoral college. We still have north carolina and georgia. They're having a recount their wisconsin. He's asking for a recount. Their michigan has computer glitches and those may be significant enough that they could change the outcome. We don't know that at this point. But we know that in some michigan counties The vote tallies were were completely democratic republican and they went back and checked to. They said nope that's a mistake. We'll see what happens there. Thirty eight counties talking about their so. There are different kinds of challenges. They all boil down to the same thing they're regularities. We need to correct this right. The legal challenge after the two thousand election involved. Just one st florida as you mentioned earlier. President trump is challenging the results in multiple states. Do you think that changes the nature of the fighter. How it might play out eventually. Well i just think it makes it more difficult for him because for one thing. The nature of the challenges is varied and so many states being involved. There's a lot of possibility for the court saying you just haven't given us enough evidence to prove your you're fraud case or to prove your irregularities case or maybe to show us..

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The world and everything in it is made possible by listeners like me. My name is Dave Thompson and my wife Linda and I live and work in the Greater Saint Louis Area I talk psychologist and proud to currently play a role in the fight against covid nineteen by helping assess the safety of new vaccines and antiviral medicines I. Hope You enjoy today's Program Good morning the performing arts are hard hit by the economic shutdowns will hear how that's true especially for theaters something like sixty percent of the theaters were not going to be able to survive past November without severe government funding. Also today the flexible life Myrna, Brown profiles a homeschool family living in a bus. Also, new realities have put a dent in the number of volunteers able to help after natural disasters and we definitely need to be wise at this time. But we also need to be proactive. I believe we're doers. It's Tuesday September twenty second. This is the world and everything in it from listeners supportive world radio. I'm Mary Reicher Damn Nick Eicher Good Morning. Up next CAN COVINGTON. Hands Today's news. Majority leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that there is more than enough time to confirm a new Supreme Court justice before Election Day history and precedent. Perfectly clear..

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Good Morning. President trump released a new list of potential supreme. Court. Justices will talk about the political ramifications that's ahead on Washington Wednesday also world tour and telling Bible stories with Comex. You know every. Paper. With our scribbles as sometimes we will on the walls. In. A furniture and some thoughts from world founder Joel Bells. It's Wednesday September sixteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Reicher and Meghan Basham Good Morning Now. The news here's Kent. COVINGTON. Hurricane Sally. Slowed to a crawl on. Tuesday over Gulf waters. The storm did not slam the coast last night as expected but outer rain bands in tropical storm force winds still lashed barrier islands at Alabama. Instead, Sally will make landfall today and it's now expected to move ashore as a category one hurricane rather than a cat to as earlier forecasts predicted that means top sustained winds of eighty miles per hour when it strikes land likely somewhere around the Alabama shoreline. But while the storm has been downgraded, wind is not the biggest concern. National Hurricane Center. Director Ken. Graham says even Korn here twenty inches rain. So very dangerous situation that is just torrential rainfall, flash flooding and big issues there from the Florida panhandle to the Alabama coast and Graham noted that the slower the storm moves the more rain will drop as it pushes to the North Flash flood watches and warnings are now in effect.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"On your legal docket podcast. As an excellent indicator I'm extremely impressed by your ability to present legal concepts in an entertaining and educational way that certainly helps bring the complex legal strategies and theories out of the dark shadows of the judicial system in presents them in a way that people can understand and can apply them to their lives and livelihoods. Again, congratulations on a job very well done. Well congratulations indeed to the on air team of our Legal Eagles Mary record and Jenny Rough along with producer Paul Butler. They are doing a great job within thanks to to you for the five star ratings and reviews on I tunes. That's really a big deal. It's helped keep us at the top of the new shows recommendations in the government category, and that helps new listeners to find it too. So we really appreciate those five star reviews we really do. We're going to give the last word today to one of our very creative listeners and his faithful sidekick. Take it away Dave and his furry sidekick yeah. The world and everything in it is made possible by listeners like us. I'm Dave Sable and this is my great Dane Bruin each morning listen as we make the morning copy. Of course Mary uses big words. She's doing legal docket. I don't know why Megan doesn't do more movies. Wait just because Nick likes hockey doesn't make. Socialist. All right that's it, no Pumpkin and your kibble. Well the world and everything in it takes a team of people and pets sometimes to it all together and provide programs to you all week. So thanks so much to our hardworking colleagues. Meghan Basham Paul Butler Johnny B Cheney can't Covington Kristen Flabby Kim Henderson Anna Hansen. Lee Jones Vivian Jones of knees. Ao He Kerry Mary Reicher Sarah Schweinfurt Cal Thomas and Kyle's them neck. Johnny Franklin and Carl Pete's stay up late to get the program to you. Early JC Derek is managing editor and Marvin Olesky is editor in chief. And you make all of it possible with your support. Thank you for helping. Keep sound journalism grounded in. God's word in the marketplace. Some ninety one reminds us he who dwells in the shelter of the most high will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the Lord, my refuge and my fortress, my god in whom I trust. Go now in Greece.

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The World and Everything In It

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"That's why we call his monthly segment word play. But this month George has coined an unusual word of his own and it's the perfect term to describe the year twenty twenty. Any number of commentators have suggested that twenty twenty may well go down in history as an NS oriented release. A Latin phrase meaning horrible ear to be sure we have had more than our customary allotment of woes and with months to go before, we can turn a calendar page. The mainstream and social media alike have responded with apocalyptic lamentations and mournful Jeremiah adds a Jeremiah is usually defined as a long and doleful complaint it's A. Tale of sorrow disappointment and grief. It's a declaration of doom. It is passed into English from the French I used in seventeen sixty two described the lamentations of the Old Testament Prophet, Jeremiah. It was a clever etymological construction intended to call to mind homer's Iliad and virgils Aeneid in literature, it is typically used as a term of ridicule or mockery implying either that the lamentations are exaggerated or that their proclamations are overwrought and tediously self-righteous. Despite this well might we plead the case for a fresh outpouring of? Heads in our day with forces of cultural disintegration, undermining the very foundations of all that is near and dear such prophetic stance might seem altogether apt issue the warnings lament the injustices expose the evils denounce the barbarities set forth with zeal. The very real consequences of send and perversity hurled upon the Land Jeremiah after Jeremiad like. That man nor beast has air scene. But perhaps, there is a better option for us in these perilous times and option that speaks hope and resolve and option that animates reformation of vision. Perhaps, we ought to consider the possibility of taking the course of the Niemeyer ad. Modeled on the old. Testament reformer Nehemiah in contradistinction to the JEREMIAD. The NIEMEYER does not merely bemoan the transgressions of evildoers. Its first concern is the repentance of God's own people unlike the Jeremiah the Niemeyer, it does not have a negative in dieting tone its primary concern is constructive. Jeremiah is cry of Whoa and expression of righteous indignation and a resolution to mourn over the ruins. Aena? NAIAD is a cry of humility, an expression of righteous repentance and a resolution to repair the ruins. Undoubtedly, our culture is in want of Zealous Jeremiah's. But in this hour of Disarray Resolute, Niemeyer ads may be all the more need fall. The laws are down the rubble is nigh unto impassable. So much is in shambles. So with sword in one hand in Trowel in the other. The Nehemiah dhs begin such as the need of the Hour Oh God grant us repentance and then let us take our places at the wall and begin to restore the toppled stones. George. Grant. The world and everything in it takes a team of people to put it all together and provide programs to you all week. So thank you so much to our hardworking colleagues Maria bear. Megan Basham Joel Bells Paul Butler Kent Covington Laura. Edgehill Kristen Flabby George Grant Kim Henderson. Anna Joe. Lee Jones Jill Nelson. Kerry Mary Reicher Sarah Weinsberg, less sellers, and cal Thomas Johnny. Franklin, and Carl Pete's stay up late to get the program to you. Early, JC Derek is managing editor and Marvin. Olesky is editor in chief and you make all of possible with your support. Thank you for helping. Keep sound journalism grounded in God's word in the marketplace. The Apostle Paul reminds us to be kind to one another tenderhearted forgiving one another as. In Christ forgave you. Go now in. Grayson piece..

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The world and everything in it. Hold on hold on hold on. You sounded awful lot like Mary Reicher. One in the same, we are back from vacation. I thought I. Jump In here before you jump out Mr Acre. Yes, we are jumping to the beach and we're taking the married ones with us, too, so it's going to be great and as Norah. Jones might say you'll find me somewhere between my dreams with the sun on my face, we want i. hope that the records had some restful time. restful isn't a record trait. Really we did some heavy duty hiking in the great smoky mountains, really beautiful I also went to my high school reunion on Saturday. By the time you get to the fortieth one. All the facades are gone. Everybody's just folks you know I feel refreshed, and it feels great to be back in the saddle here will filling the saddle for you bleed Jenny Rough Your Legal Eagle partner. She assembled last week's and this week's legal docket, so let's get into it. Her case this week concerns an old yet timely constitutional law issue that goes well beyond the dispute between the parties, so let's listen. The Appalachian Trail runs from Georgia to Maine. It's over two thousand miles and passes through fourteen states. My husband and I have hiked sections of it near our home in Virginia a wonderful footpath. Well, the Appalachian trail ended up being the focal point of a case before the Supreme Court this year. U. S. four service versus cow Pasture River Preservation Association. The facts involve natural gas pipeline. A Development Company wanted to dig a tunnel through the George Washington National Forest in Virginia. The purpose was to run a pipeline from one side of a mountain to the other part of the Appalachian. Trail is in that forest. The pipeline would cross six hundred feet underneath it. Environmental groups sued to stop it. They argued the forest service which owns the forest land didn't have the authority to allow the pipeline to run underneath the trail that the national park. Service has jurisdiction over the trail, so permiting had to come. Come through the channels of that separate federal agency, other federal agencies and acts apply here to an alphabet soup of them. Firkh Federal Energy Regulatory, Commission Mla Mineral Leasing, act and Tsa National Trail System at you. Get the idea. The important thing to know is that they conflict and override each other and have different philosophies and Interests Oh, and also the laws at play here are administered by agencies that fall under the executive branch. The nonprofits who sued also have their interest Southern Environmental Law Center lawyer Sarah. Francisco explains a common concern with natural gas. This clip is from a video on the law. Center's website.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Police said some of the rioters attacked officers with bricks, and that's not all one of the things that we saw in this event that we have not seen in the past as they were. Were throwing incendiary devices as many as fifty secret service officers were also reportedly wounded and c Mayor Merrill Bowser also said it was clear that some arrived with tools to commit acts of violence or quote a strategy to distribute materials among them so I would say that thing that were struck by is that it was organized group that appeared more bent on destruction on then on protest. And the trump administration said one far left group is behind much of the destruction president trump on Sunday, announced that the US government will designate the group known as in Tica as a domestic terrorist organization national security adviser Robert O'Brien, said, and t members have been on the ground in various cities, coordinating and engaging in violence. FBI's has got to come up with a plan to deal with T for. This is not the first time that they've engaged in this activity, but O'Brien added that numerous entities are fueling visit unrest line, including several foreign foes is remarks fallout comments by acting Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Marco Rubio on Saturday. He tweeted that the Intel. Intel community was seeing quote very heavy social media activity related to the protests from accounts linked to at least three foreign adversaries, Rubio said they are actively stoking and promoting violence and confrontation from multiple angles and Robert. O'Brien told ABC's this week. Marco Rubio is a one hundred percent correct that our foreign adversaries are gonNA take advantage of this crisis to to sow discord, and to try and damage our democracy. We're not going to let that happen. O'Brien said Iran has routinely engaged in this kind of activity. You also said Russian activists may be trying to fuel discord, but he added quote. That's different from China where it's coming straight from the government. The family of a federal protective service officer killed amid rioting in Oakland. California have identified him as fifty-three-year-old Patrick Underwood. Said underwood and another officer were guarding a federal building when someone pulled up in a vehicle and opened fire, striking both officers. The second officer has not been identified. He remains in critical condition, local and homeland security officials said they do believe. The shooting is connected to protests over Floyd's death. Space, x delivered to astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA Monday soft, captured complete dragging. Top capture confirmed standby retraction undocking. Pilots Doug Curly and Bob Benkin were poised to take over manual control if necessary, but everything went smoothly and spacex dragon capsule pulled up to the station and docked automatically. That followed a historic lift-off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Saturday. It was the first time a privately built in own space. Craft has ever carried astronauts to the orbiting lab. India's Health Ministry reported Sunday that it recorded more than eight thousand new cases of the corona virus and a single day. That's another record high that topped the deadliest week for the country. The confirmed infections of risen roughly one hundred and eighty, two thousand with more than five thousand fatalities, but those are only the confirmed cases. India has one of the lowest testing rates of any major country in the world, the country has also been suffering under a deadly heat wave and devastating swarms of locusts. COVINGTON and straight ahead, the Supreme Court considers dispute over the president's financial records. was really a new bell on taking a stand for righteousness. As is the world and everything in it. Monday morning back to work for the world and everything in it. Today is the first day of June. Twenty twenty good morning to you I'm nick and Mary Reicher. Well.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The eighteenth of May twenty twenty. Good morning to you. I'm Brian Basham. And NICK ANCHOR WILL. Hey Good morning to you. Big Bash so So week three for you hosting World Watch News in three each day. We're getting a lot of terrific responses from our readers and from our listeners who are becoming your reviewers and they are loving it as I think they should. How're you enjoying it though Brian? Why guys say I'm living to living doing it actually. We're just having a ton of fun each day working out what we're going to pack in that three minutes for you You know another part of like Nick. I like hear the stories of the families who are watching the show and they're telling us how they're talking about it as a family. Yeah it's fun to work on and it's fun to watch too. Listen if you haven't seen it you really need to. It's written at teenage level but it does appeal. I think to younger and older students even adults. Frankly so in today's transcript. We'll put a link to world watch news in three or if you can remember you can go straight to YouTube dot com slash world. Watch news and when you're there be sure to subscribe for free and you can watch it everyday. Yeah and by the way are longer ten minute daily program for students. That's actually GonNa have a little more breathing room in it and that's going allow us to tell some really cool more in depth stories for you from all over the world against go visit. World Watch Dot News and you can read up on all the details all right well. The Supreme Court wrapped up oral arguments last week. Not In the usual way. Of course the justices hashed out the final ten arguments of the term the phone and we will have all of those for you in the fullness of time now we have Mary record cloistered away. She is very busy very hard at work on. The legal docket podcast. That is still a few months away but she did take some time to prepare a report for you. On important religious liberty case heard last Monday at the Supreme Court. And today you will hear about that. Case AT ISSUE. Here is a legal doctrine known as the ministerial exception. What that does is allow religious employers. Some measure of protection from lawsuits by employees considered ministerial employees. Are Legal Affairs correspondent. Mary reicher takes it from here. That idea the idea of the ministerial exception is rooted in the religion clauses of the First Amendment of the US Constitution. You know the one that says Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof that includes personnel decisions within religious organizations mckays decided in the year two thousand twelve helped to clarify and strengthen the concept it's called Hosanna Taber and it involved in employment dispute between a Lutheran School and a teacher. Listen to Chief Justice John Roberts deliver part of that opinion the interest of society in Enforcing Employment Discrimination Laws is plainly important but so too is the interest of religious groups in choosing who will preach their beliefs teach their faith and carry out their mission. When a minister who has been fired sues? Her church alleging that her termination was discriminatory. The First Amendment has struck the balanced for us. The church must be free to choose those who will guide it on its wake. Our opinion is unanimous in other words the first amendment allows religious institutions to hire and fire ministers without government interference in Hosanna Taber. Several factors helped to broaden the definition of minister the distinction is hugely important because it protects religious employers ability to put the right people in the right places to carry out. Its religious mission. That's the ministerial exception. And Modern anti-discrimination law does not apply to it. Trouble is nobody defined. What a minister is in all circumstances for all time? And that's the crux of the problem in two consolidated cases before the Supreme Court now just as Samuel Alito would prefer to jettison the phrase ministerial exception altogether here he addresses lawyer. Geoffrey Fisher who argued. It's for the courts to decide. Who's administer and who isn't appreciate that. The very term minister treats different religions differently. It is a predominantly Christian Protestant term. And as you apply it to other religions if becomes is application becomes less and less queer. Here are the facts to Catholic schools in California. Each fired a schoolteacher. One of the teachers said it was for reasons of age and thus the firing was age discrimination the other said her school fired her because she had cancer and that violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. The schools denied those contentions. But no matter what the teachers fell under that ministerial exception meaning. The teachers could not sue the schools for discriminatory practices because they were de facto ministers for the schools. And that's how the schools lawyer Eric. Rosbach opened his case in this country is fatty not the province of judges juries or government officials to decide who ought to teach Catholic. Fifth graders that Jesus is the son of God or who teach Jewish preschoolers? What it means to say hear Israel the Lord Your God the Lord is one and I bought them. That is what these cases are about. Who controls who teaches the faith to school. Children that Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG wondered. Just how broadly that should be applied. I would appreciate your answers. Could two questions? One is who among the religious schools employees not ministers? The second question is we do not have to be Catholic to be sixth grade teacher. Talking to Jewish teachers be a traffic minister. Rosbach replied that not. Every employee is a minister in a religious school but he got into some trouble. In this exchange with Justice Elena Kagan she listed hypotheticals in rapid fire and asked him to say if that person is a minister and therefore fits into the ministerial exception. Who was told to embody Jewish values and in diffuse instruction with Jewish values? If it's that alone probably not but it really depends on how cash a nurse at a Catholic hospital who prays with six patients and is told otherwise to tend to their religious needs. I think a nurse doing that. Kind of counseling and prayer may wealth vote within the exception. Yes Oppressor communications staffer who prepares press releases for religious institution of all kinds that they need That that should fall within it okay. CUCKOO's actually not Jewish but who prepares Co Kosher compliant meals for children at a Jewish school? No lawyer for the teachers. Geoffrey Fisher argued that a flat out immunity from discrimination lawsuits for a whole category of employees is the wrong way to go some employees. Yes others absolutely not good enough to give the school in this case the ability to hire fire discipline and otherwise terms and conditions of employment according to their religious values and it just too much and would blow a hole in our nation civil rights. Laws say that categorical. Immunity applies and so schools can pay people different amounts US race sex other president characteristics even when they have nothing to do with the religion in just value that stage Justice Clarence. Thomas turned the tables in this question to Fisher again lawyer for the teachers. Mr Fisher I day. Just general question would exactly what these teachers were doing. The violation of the establishment clause if they did it in a public school calm. I think there's a yes or no answer justice. Thomas was on to something and I can hardly wait for him to develop his thinking in writing. But Fisher did end up saying that yes a public schoolteacher praying and worshiping would be too far assistant to the solicitor. General Morgan rattener argued for the federal government and supported the schools. She said job. Titles cannot be what determines whether someone is a minister. A better measure is job duties but several justices saw problems with that lawyers on both sides advocated to slice and dice. Jobs to try to figure out if an employee is or isn't a minister for purposes of that ministerial exception. Listen to justice neal gorsuch first and then justice Kagan secular court to make that judgment on the basis of arch meant that their activity with respect to religion is the minimus. I can easily see school in which everybody takes a pledge that everything they're gonNa do to help teach these kids to be part of the fate. The next case is going to be a school in which a janitor takes pledge or the school bus driver or the coach and they all believe sincerely that they are ministers. And you're GonNa have tell them know you're a conducive to minimus. Where do we draw that line? Then suppose that I think that the fulltime religion teacher is protected by this exemptions then I think Justice Alito raises a fair point here. It's like well in an elementary school may be you have to teach them other subjects too. So maybe it's a halftime religious teacher. Or maybe it's a quarter time. Where do we draw that? Line Chief Justice Roberts pointed out it'd be easy for schools to game the system by just labeling every worker as a minister and really anyone who teaches children knows that concept's are caught as much as they are taught. I know from my own. Elementary School Years in public school. It was janitor who made the biggest impression on me with his gentle honest and kind demeanor. So where do we draw that line? Perhaps in favor of keeping government from entangling itself with matters of First Amendment protections still people who seek employment in religious institutions should be aware of this and choose their life's work with full knowledge of what's protected and what is not now. I doubt that this one's going to be a unanimous ruling as was Hosanna Taber but I do predict a win for the schools and.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Was worth. He said Well it's time now to say thanks to all the people who helped put the program together this week. Mindy Rebels Myrna Brown Paul Buckler Janey B Cheney Kent Covington Kristen Flavin Joel Nelson Trillion Nubile. Lee Jones O'Neill's cohe Kerry Andrei Sue. Peterson Mary Reicher Sarraj Weinsberg and CAL. Thomas how're audio engineers Johnny Franklin and carl-peter stay up late to get the program to you early. JC Derek managing editor and Marvin. Oh laskey is editor in chief and you make it possible with your support and engagement. Thank you by the way. You'll hear the third episode of our new podcast effective compassionate tomorrow. So do go ahead and subscribe to it but will also drop it in this program feed on Saturday because sweep really want you to hear it. I hope you'll worship in spirit and in truth this weekend. We'll talk to you on.

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Treatment cystic fibrosis or. CF is a rare genetic disease that affects about seventy five thousand people around the world. The disease leads to chronic lung infections and long-term damage and Short life the life expectancy for someone with. CF is about thirty seven years. There's but just last month. A new treatment hit the market and it is a game changer. World Radios Anna. Joe Hansen has our story everyday. Jackie Miller Miller has a routine. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. There's definitely a time. Consuming regimen that regimen includes using a nebulizer two or three times today. Handfuls of pills regular injections enzymes antibiotics insulin. A vibrating vest to help break up mucus in her lungs. If she gets a cold she could would end up in the hospital. Jackie Miller has cystic fibrosis ends and genetic disease that affects anywhere in the body that produces mucus which turns out could be on the body. There's a certain protein. That's in charge of getting salt through your cell membranes if you have. CF You have a genetic mutation that botches is that specific protein. It can't do its job. So salt stays trapped inside the cell and so it draws all the moisture in the cells and because that you get really thick and sticky Nukus that thick and sticky mucus builds up and affects the liver kidneys. Intestines the pancreas and end the lungs. It leads to lung infections lung damage and lung failure. It wasn't ghastly disease to be very honest with you. That's Bonnie Ramsey. She's a pulmonologist and she spent a lot of her career figuring out ways to treat. Cf How could you develop treatments. That wouldn't maybe not correct the underlying defect but could help with the secondary consequences. So that even though we it didn't have a quote cure the quality and duration of life was improving steadily but instead of just treating the symptoms tmz researchers wanted to fix the root of the problem the actual botched protein and that is where traffic comes in is a combination of three uh-huh medications. That's Brian O'Sullivan. He's a pediatric pulmonologist at Dartmouth. Two of these medicines work on helping the protein fold improperly. So he's talking about the protein in charge of moving salt out of cells. O'Sullivan says that protein is like a gate in offense. The cows in one pastor want to get to the other side but the gates broken so one medicine fixes the gate another moves it into the right position then. The third medication comes into play third. It is the WD forty of The sell it up the gate so it can swing wide open and let the cows through or in this case. Let let the salt out of the cell. It's the first time researchers have tried combining all three pieces. They tested it into clinical trials on more than five hundred patients. Jackie Miller was one of them. She took the medication for thirty days. It was a double blind study so she didn't know if she was getting the active drug or a placebo but she could could feel the difference almost instantly and she knew she had the real thing. Like if I laugh really hard at anything it just sends me into a coughing fit so that was one thing that to change that I noticed immediately as I was laughing and then I just stopped and so that was the DR and then When I take a deep breath I hear and I feel crackles my Hsa so really early on with the drug? I would notice the crackles. We're not there Bryan. O'Sullivan says the truck after trials were enormously successful. They're breathing anything test. Went up by ten percent which is a huge amount their need for hospitalization or added antibiotic therapy went down by about seventy seventy percent compared to the group that didn't get the trike Afteh so there was a huge improvement is expected to help ninety percent of people with cf researchers are still working to find a treatment for the other ten percent but this is a huge step forward. Bonnie Ramsey has been part of the research effort for years she recalls was a moment early on in the process and I looked at the data and I thought this can't be real. You can't have this kind. Had a change made it happens almost immediately and I remember thinking this will be life changing the FDA approved to try capita in late. October Bryan. O'Sullivan says he's already writing prescriptions for it but people who need trifecta also need some really good insurance estimates put the cost of the drug somewhere north of three hundred thousand dollars per year but because not many people have the condition. Not many will need the medication. No Sullivan expects most health. Insurers will be willing to cover the cost and even with the Steep Price Tag. Jackie Miller says it's worth it before she wouldn't let herself think about the future. Now that's changing. I feel like I've been given permission to think more about like if my kids ever have kids and I have a chance to grandma so it's just been a really really sweet gift reporting for World Radio. I'm Ana Joe Hanson. Manson all right. This is a great story. You're GONNA love this. An intruder in Rochester. New York picked the wrong wrong house to break into inside that wrong house was Willie Murphy. Eighty two years old. A grandma she was home alone when a guy pounded on her door claiming to need an ambulance of course he didn't really need it but shortly after he kicked her door down he would not give you the details. Just a minute. You see Murphy was not the easy target target. Maybe he thought she was as she explained W. H. A. MTV. I'm alone and I'm old but guess what I'm tough. Guess what. AWW tough doesn't even capture it. It is entirely too small. A word for the toughness that is Willie Murphy. She is a bodybuilder. While she's only five feet tall weighs just over one hundred pounds. She can dead lift two hundred twenty five pounds Witthaya something. She was ready to defend herself so when she saw this intruder she grabbed the closest object tour and that happened to be a small table and he had metal legs. And I'm dragging him Joe Joe and when he's he's down on jumping out all right good for her police thought so too. They posed for a picture with Murphy and posted it to the Rochester. The police twitter account and calling Murphy. Tough as nails. It's the whole world. And everything is awesome Today is Thursday November twenty eighth you are listening to the world and everything in it and we're glad you are good morning. I'm nick and I mary. Reicher next up presidents and Turkeys in eighteen. Seventy three a Rhode Island farmer sent a Turkey Turkey to ulysses s grant at the White House. He continued sending Turkey for the next forty years through ten presidents in nineteen forty seven. The National Turkey Federation picked up that tradition and every year since presidents have welcomed Turkey's to the White House some as dinner others as guests. Here's world radios Paul Butler earlier this week to massive white turkeys.

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