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Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?
"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news
Federal appeals court won't order former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify before Congress; dismisses case
"Word that a federal appeals court is siding with the White House dismissing the house judiciary committee's effort to force former White House counsel don began to testify that effort was led up by house Democrats centered on lingering questions from the Russia probe but one of the administration's keen new immigration policies is now blocked by a different federal appeals court the ninth circuit said the trump administration's rules that force asylum seekers to without their cases in Mexico violates the law two of three justices rejecting the rule wrote that part of the rules application borders on absurd and runs the risk of some migrants being wrongfully denied asylum since the rule was enacted tens of thousands of immigrants are camped out in Matamoros across from Brownsville Texas where we have the recognition that the dangers are so great that we have at the state department that she does a no travel advisory because of crime and kidnapping ACLU attorney Judy your benefits says the admin misapplied a rule that does allow them to return some migrants to Mexico to
"matamoros" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast
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Well so you've been rambling around up in those is up in those tubes and you're up in the mountains Matamoros Noel. Edmonds Matamoros Nets. Did you say Madam Watch might have more of the launch Mike. Johnny when you mentioned Madam you mentioned Madam Watch she pulls more click closer and looks like concerned Boyd. CDC SECRETIVE SEE Madam Agenda. He was doing much voice to him. Fuck says yes. Ma'am she was. She was around. She chased after me and I need to save. Save me. She says that's what you get when you got what's happened to where is she. Now a dead you see. I killed her eyes. Widen Dead Madame. Watch dead you killed Madame. Watch with my own hands handsome. My hands in my hair and new bands awesome. We we we ordered. We're actually feeding todd. We wonder the conversation actually I did. Well she's doubtful on that that. What do you mean a combination? I see tyler after a hard work rate silver piece of night. We saved your son's life. Yes chilly. What what how about you guys all have a meal on the house? I'll have to think about it. That's start and you're GONNA collapse the hands and the and the flunky starts clearing away able to talk to start. She doesn't look like she said she was. That concerned about her kid. God either because she just didn't care much because he obviously disappeared off this morning and he's come back this evening. This is going to be gone for the day. We should've beaten buffalo bit. Alan Brunton US interested in Matamoros thing. I mean she's like I can't believe it. So you kill you kill. She comes and sits joins us. She says she says so. It's a matter torch you. She said the situation. Is this if news. Get out that. We've been rooting air in the cans up in the mountains in the hills and found stuff boy has seen to. The boy knows that the stuff up there more people. 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I was given a table and you told her about what she finds sensational. She said to start spreading that gossip rounded bit. He's mooching around you kind of can't she's I. And he cancer slouches over uh-huh and you start saying kid. Listen but here's like so central part of the popular game. Now we gotTA keep client. Yes you are again. Now you'll always is is in the town so anything you hear you can tell us but yes yes and you'll take a share in the world could be persuaded checks. Yes Asia plus three or intimidation. Now just saying okay we. We haven't fucked it up that you you've not no yeah anybody can roll. I mean what we're trying to do is see if you will cost low number. Then through delivery you'd fluff fluff your ability to intimidate him or cooperate. And if you really really great number that you've worked out that will represent the fact that you've managed to impress upon him in a very articulate emphatic. Take Way and of course you know in need him gate okay He. 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"matamoros" Discussed on KCRW
"And there is no psychological or not there because there's nobody here that helps these people and that aspect US officials say they are working with Mexico to improve services for the migrants but aid groups say there is little to no mental health care for asylum seekers up and down the border in Matamoros immigrant advocates are trying to get mental health experts to come to the encampment every honest so you're with Human Rights Watch has visited the town and others like it we're talking about people who've expressed to me that they're experiencing anxiety depression nightmares night terrors things like that and especially I think for children these are going to be long lasting problems and trauma is that they are going to have to deal with the trump administration has made many changes to the asylum system making it extremely difficult to get protection here and while they wait for their day in US immigration court the migrants are forced to wait in Mexico the administration says the new system is more efficient but Sawyer says the administration had another call this policy was designed to traumatize asylum seekers further to the point where they become willing to give up on their asylum claims and it is doing just that Roberto Gonzalez fled violence in them do it as with his two boys he says he's not giving up on his asylum claim just yet but he did get so desperate that he sent his two sons across the border by themselves Gonzalez knew that was the only way they be allowed in the U. S. doesn't turn away in a company children.
"matamoros" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The situation down and there's no psychological or not there because there's nobody here that helps these people and that aspect US officials say they are working with Mexico to improve services for the migrants but aid groups say they're a little to no mental health care for asylum seekers up and down the border in Matamoros immigrant advocates are trying to get mental health experts to come to the encampment every honest so you're with Human Rights Watch has visited the town and others like it we're talking about people who've expressed to me that they're experiencing anxiety depression nightmares night terrors things like that and especially I think for children these are going to be long lasting problems and traumas that they are going to have to deal with the trump administration has made many changes to the asylum system making it extremely difficult to get protection here and while they wait for their day in US immigration court the migrants are forced to wait in Mexico the administration says the new system is more efficient but Sawyer says the administration had another call this policy was designed to traumatize asylum seekers further to the point where they become willing to give up on their asylum claims and it is doing just that Roberto Gonzalez fled violence in them to as with his two boys he says he's not giving up on his asylum claim just yet but he did get so desperate that he sentenced to send to cross the border by themselves Gonzalez knew that was the only way they be allowed in the US doesn't turn away and accompanied children William may yet on five B. nor by being notified it would tell me dad no doubt no it's a please don't don't let.
"matamoros" Discussed on KCBS All News
"With the family Oscar worked in a food stand for seven dollars and fifty cents a day look at the malls we stayed for two months and Tapachula things that actually every day was a new day and a new challenge but always in god's hands in Tapachula Oscar met another Salvadoran Milton part it is the four of them decided to rent a room together in later to make the bus trip to the US border Tanya told us they didn't have any money after they spent three hundred dollars on the bus tickets it took thirty two hours to make the thousand mile trip they arrived in Matamoros Mexico in the early morning of Sunday June twenty third the border town was a blistering waiting room for central Americans hoping for asylum in the United States according to data from the department of homeland security there was at least a two month wait to see a US immigration judge and then just to learn of ten Salvadorans meet the threshold to be granted asylum Oscar Tonya and Milton didn't know there's on when they got to Matamoros and they'd spent all their money soon after they arrived they went to cross the main range that stretches over the Rio Grande to Brownsville Texas but Tanya in Milton both told us they were stopped on the Mexican side by thugs who demanded thirteen hundred dollars to pass over the bridge by.
"matamoros" Discussed on KGO 810
"They're using it less it's almost back to you god what was that live journal you know where you share recipes and typically to others well you know I'm just saying if it's funny it's funny yeah I wish I wish dish I I I suppose is the point of this is that if you get everybody singing along eventually you can change the words and thing along to those words to yeah but I was disturbed veto your job is such a window on the world I was watching the bridge closing riots Matamoros and I don't speak Spanish and but I picked up one day out and so I ran it back Ripley slowly and he was shouting anti semitic stuff like you know the north America's been world since seventeen twenty till and stuff like that he was shouting anti semitic stop in Spanish I was flabbergasted to me that debt Mexican activists would be anti semitic well again again my point is with with social media is you're right it doesn't change people but it allows people who are looking for partners in their fear to find each other and and to that extent I don't think it will go away I think and we got a break here Dave I'm sorry because I really wish I could talk to longer but I do believe that fear is a very powerful force and it causes us to do everything from might change deodorants to you know start world wars and I think that this platform has that potential to exacerbate that right you know I want to touch it will take more calls on this and also coming up in five a two million Americans don't have this and it'll blow you away I'm chip that sticky.
"matamoros" Discussed on KCBS All News
"With the family Oscar worked in a food stand for seven dollars and fifty cents a day look at the malls we stayed for two months and Tapachula thing actually every day was a new day and a new challenge but always in god's hands in Tampa Chula Oscar met another Salvadoran Milton part it is the four of them decided to rent a room together in later to make the bus trip to the US border Tanya told us they didn't have any money after they spent three hundred dollars on the bus tickets it took thirty two hours to make the thousand mile trip they arrived in Matamoros Mexico in the early morning of Sunday June twenty third the border town was a blistering waiting room for central Americans hoping for asylum in the United States reading the data from the department of homeland security there was at least a two month wait to see a US immigration judge and then just to learn of ten Salvadorans meet the threshold to be granted asylum Oscar Tonya and Milton didn't know there's on when they got to Matamoros and they'd spent all their money soon after they arrived they went to cross the main bridge that stretches over the Rio Grande to Brownsville Texas Tanya and Milton both told us they were stopped on the Mexican side by thugs who demanded thirteen hundred dollars to pass over the bridge bus probably spent a good amount of time out walking around and thinking about what we were going to do so we thought let's cross the.
Mosquitoes thrive in warm weather and standing water
"What kind of conditions nations do mosquitoes in Canada need to thrive and how are those conditions changing mosquitoes are funny. I I'm not again. I'm not an entomologist but none of this stuff seems to be linear to my understanding so different mosquito species the like different habitats some mosquito species like lay eggs and streams some need <hes> stillwater <hes> the so so so they they do need water but it differs depending on the different <hes> mosquito species what that translates into epidemiologically is all kinds of different extreme weather can be bad in terms of mosquitoes not cold weather. We've had this year that's good thing but but we talked about heatwaves yesterday on this podcast and how it doesn't cool down at night right right so that's that's an example. That's GONNA drive biting rates that drives <hes> larval development times for mosquitoes so every time mosquitoes lay eggs the baby mosquitoes are up and flying around faster at higher temperatures. If you think about droughts <hes> a drought may mop up a lot of the water but you may have a phenomenon for example where in a creek that was previously fast-flowing that was good habitat for one kind of mosquito. Now you just have stagnant pools that are good habitat for another kind of mosquito. I had a friend when I was in Grad School. Who'd been malaria control officer in Ethiopia and they had had a civil war? The Ethiopia Eritrea war was going on at that point and you know this guy's nightmare were shell holes because something blows up up and leave a hole in the ground than it rains and then it's full of water and that you know that to him was his great threat that you know that's where the where malaria is GonNa come from so so so the water stuff is probably generally not good droughts probably sound like they'd be good but are not necessarily good extreme weather events definitely not good because now you have puddles everywhere and flooding and so forth and that's you know controlling controlling stagnant water lying around is is is one of the old standbys from the area. Can I remember that from one West Nile. L. I two yeah the the plastic flower pots with the standing water yeah so as climate becomes warmer <hes> mosquito season becomes longer and the bite rates which you say increase with temperature continue to climb <hes> what are some of the things that we need to do either from the government level or even from you know a personal landscaping level to to try to control this in terms of what you can control as an individual any public health agency can go on the website and they'll say oh you know where long pants Tuck your pants into your socks so forth in terms of the ticks stuff and use Deaton shirt. I mean that's that's all great and folks can do that to some extent. These patterns in these changes are her bigger than something that any individual can really deal with so I think it's important to be educated in terms of government and PROB- probably you know this is Mike Mike my creeping public health agenda. Get it into your podcast asked to me <hes> and I mean obviously this is sound self-serving because I'm an epidemiologist and what we do is we studied to season populations but I really feel strong. Then I think lime disease is a good example of this is you can't come up with good control policy. If you are flying blind and you have no idea what's going on so a lot of knowing what's going on relates to actually investing in public health infrastructure so you can do surveillance and surveilling for not just the things you know were already here but in the context of Climate Mitch Change Surveilling for things that aren't here but could be here so so the lime disease the great example of why it's really dumb to say this is not here. We don't need to worry about it and then suddenly it's here and it looks like it's growing explosively for the first few years but that's just because you're counting it so so I think I think investing in surveillance surveillance public health surveillance systems is really important beyond that one I mean once we know what's going on to take that page out of the West Nile Book I mean if you know that mosquitoes are the issue you can do. <hes> for example sample you can do <hes> larva control in catch basins and things like that you know they're larvicides. You can use if it gets bad enough. You can actually use insecticides. No one likes that because obviously you're spraying toxic agents into people's environments so so the bar to do that's that's pretty high but none of that's on the table if you don't even know what's going on last question as someone who studies this stuff and works in the field on this stuff when you think about Mosquitos in Canada. What is your nightmare? Here's what I'll say and this and this is a problem. This is part of the problem is we live in a really rich country and it's pretty clear that the brunt of anything that happens gets born by folks with lower resources and I'm not sort saying that someone standing on barricade waving red flag were <hes> if you look at there's some wonderful epidemiologic work that the C._d._C. has done at the Texas Mexico border. You know this is mega-city just Brownsville on the Texas side and Matamoros tomorrow Sunday Mexico side. It's one city it's got a fence down the middle and if you look at seroprevalence for for Dang Gay which is common you know. It's probably probably the biggest where he would be. Oh Dang gay comes north in terms of mosquito stuff. I I would very much not like staff to deal with Dan Gain Canada just to give you straight answer right but in terms of you look at Texas and you look Mexico folks on the Mexico side of the border have much higher levels of antibody against gay virus which means they've historically been infected much more and if you dig down and look at what's different about those two societies in Texas people I've air conditioning in Mexico. They're opening their windows to stay cool right in Texas. They have piped water in Mexico. They're collecting water tanks on the roof. So I think in Canada were really really lucky. <hes> I don't wish Dang Gay or West Nile or eastern Akron Encephalitis or whatever else we have to deal with. I don't wish it on anybody but to a certain extent. We're lucky that were rich country. We have the resources to sort of mitigate these things as they emerge my big worry about climate and it and climate and infectious disease and not trying to dodge a question but this is this is my big worry extends a way beyond mosquito borne disease lease and in fact relates largely to displacement and movement of large large numbers of people so I think which I know doesn't sound like it's infectious disease related but if you look at some of the great infectious disease catastrophes in history a lot of those have to do with war or with displacement with movement of people <hes> nine thousand nine hundred fluids and example you know people think probably had something to do with massive movements of large numbers of soldiers you look at the refugee crisis in in Syria and the havoc that that's created worldwide in the political havoc the you know <hes> some of the other other other issues that have come out of refugee crisis generated by a catastrophe in a relatively small country and now let's start thinking about massive water shortages in India <hes> let's start thinking about massive de-certification in Africa. Let's start thinking about massive loss of you know Pacific islands and where those people going to go sit to me as an infectious disease epidemiologist. The scariest thing is not Oh tics moving north or mosquitoes are moving north or we have a bit more Vibrio sus than we used to have and all those things are true to me. The biggest worries are kind of third order effects. You know you have climate change displacement of people and then infectious disease loves misery and loves crowding crowding of people and loves social disruption. I think you see that in places like Venezuela with resurgence of diseases. They'd vaccinated away so that to me is really scary part of climate change
"matamoros" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Across the rio grande texas says she feels a hole in her life that nobody can fill the woman says she begged her son oscar ramirez not to leave or to leave the child with her in el salvador to swept away by the strong currents on the rio grande on sunday near matamoros mexico just across from brownsville a photo of their bodies shows the girl tucked into martinez shirt for protection or arm draped around his neck the united states is facing a potential shortage of doctors shortage that too will keep increasing the current rates and many doctors in this country now are coming from other nations dr william pinski heads up the educational commission for foreign medical graduates might many things trickling many things related to medicine and health healthcare it's like any other supply and demand situation the demand is we have an aging population at the same time even though the u._s. has done a very good job of increasing the number of medical schools and number of graduates from those medical schools that supply is not keeping up with the demand and that's part of the reason why twenty-five dependent on the twenty five percent of all practicing physicians that are international medical graduates the raises the question and you hear it from time to time and maybe you have two people say well they're not american doctors you know i've been exposed to that you know even one time in my life you know i might have even wondered about the the same thing and and and it's sort of a natural suspicion when when people are are different people in in i hope your your listeners well here today is that the international medical graduates that are in this country have gone to very very rigorous process we certify they are who they say they are that their diploma and transcripts are are real and at their medical school is duly licensed so it's not a matter of them graduating from a school in a different country and then setting up practice immediately there there's a residency there's testing their other other betting that goes on dr william pinski heads up the educational commission for foreign medical graduates and traffic and weather together on the eights next k._r._l._d. news time one fourteen what will they say hi this is mike rogers with amanda gera and scott sam's democrats begin their two nights of debate tonight we'll have highlighted reaction for you tomorrow on the k._r._l._d. morning news have you made your plans for the weekend yet at.
Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157 shortly after takeoff
"House of peoples representatives has declared Monday national day of mourning for all one hundred fifty seven victims of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa airport. The BBC's Matamoros throws they were headed for Nairobi. There is this United Nations Environment conference opening narrow bits immoral and later this week the one ton of summit will be attended by among others. French president Emmanuel Macron, so there's a lot of people coming into the city of this point. And that explains why this Kate of this tragedy, so international which I think about people from places like eighteen in Canada, that's two Kenyans ninth Europeans people from Togo as low and Sweden and France. And Italy, there's two apparent causes of the crash people are raising questions about the safety of the seven thirty seven max eight the same model also crashed in Indonesia in October.
"matamoros" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Details of its deployment more than seven thousand troops are coming from across the country helicopter companies to move homeland security personnel engineer battalions to build vehicle barriers and fencing medical teams to treat casualties. Trump already sent more than two thousand national guard or the border earlier this year tobacco federal agents at the Brownsville VFW hall. A twenty year navy veteran named Juan Palomo wonders why active duty, and why now you have reserves and you have national guard. They use them every time that there's hurricanes flooding. What's the difference? Now, why don't they use them instead of taking people for active duty having a job to do already to come down here and police borders? The main caravan is estimated to have dropped from seven thousand to fewer than four thousand currently and it's still in southern Mexico but border agents. Say they'd been swamped with migrant families for months, brisk Cabrera is a local spokesman for the agents union. Everybody's making this huge deal about a caravan coming in caravans coming it's coming. We're getting five thousand a week in a real grand valley a week. That's a caravan in no self it's already here the problems here Cabrera is on the fence about whether the troops will help. He says the real problem is the asylum process that let's applicants linger inside the US for years, while their cases work through the overloaded court system yesterday. Trump said he plans to issue an executive order that would deny asylum to anyone who crosses unlawfully that would mean all immigrants seeking asylum. Must cross it illegal port of entry. But there's already a bottleneck at border crossings from San Diego to Brownsville a new crush applicants could make things. Worse says Michael Siefert who works with the ACLU in south, Texas. He says they watched the Brownsville Matamoros international bridge every day. Even if you.
"matamoros" Discussed on KOMO
"How they voted Matamoros or local news in two minutes. It's five. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is pushing back on sexual assault allegations made against judge Cavanaugh said he is not questioning that Christine Blasi Ford at some point was sexually assaulted. He told Fox News. It wasn't him. I've never sexually assaulted anyone. Not in high school not ever Cavanaugh said he would not let false accusations drive him out of the confirmation process and looked forward to testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday in a letter to committee chairman Chuck Grassley Ford said she is managing death threats. And while frightened would not allow her fear to keep her from testify Aaron Katersky. ABC news new sources, tell ABC news that President Trump has personally spoken to attorney general Jeff Sessions chief of staff Matt Whitaker about the possibility of taking over the deputy attorney general role from rod Rosenstein ABC's. Karen Travers says the president and Rosenstein are scheduled to meet on Thursday. White House says that Rosenstein has requested he President Trump heavy quote extended. Conversation to discuss recent news stories, multiple sources told ABC that after talking to aides the president over the weekend back down from any idea of firing Rosenstein. But he was I rated the report in the New York Times at Rosenstein, secretly discussed removing Mr. Trump from office Defense Secretary James Mattis says Arabian claims that the US was behind a deadly terror attack against Islamic Revolutionary Guards is ludicrous. So far blamed at least three countries think one terrorist group, we'll see how long list goes. But it'd be good if they knew what they're talking about Iran warns repercussions, but Madison's he hopes cooler heads prevail are US judge in Montana has restored federal protections to grizzly bears in the northern rocky mountains and block the first hunts planned in the lower eight four forty eight states and almost three decades. Tennessee jury finds a cemetery mostly responsible for failing to meet the allegations of families whose loved ones bodies mishandled. You're listening to ABC news..
"matamoros" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Jersey one oh one, point five, hey Bob goody name Hey is funny you can talk about this subject this past Saturday we had a birthday party rafting on the Delaware up in Matamoros per night. Yeah the rivers running six feet above normal and she was moving every. Got swamped with. A little Radford and we had our. Cell phones. In a couple of. Where. With the league so they don't. Get wet and. It. Went, overboard, oh boy How many how. Many phones Mine. And. My two, little guys okay And I jumped in and try to get it and you're going to little bit faster, than I could go and about man maybe, a half a mile down another tape. And he. Picked, it up with that of course. Oh that's so nice jump to hang you jumped in. Bob Coulda That it all I picture Bob is, like you, know on a desert, island somebody sees a bottle wash, ashore and it's got a message in. It imagine how great it would be your desert island Tupperware. Thing rolls up three cell phones in. It like I'm rescue three times. Over you could have been somebody salvation Bob You're gonna. Have to wait for the next person That's. So funny, you. Jumped in now oh my goodness all right Bob thanks so much. For. Calling into New Jersey one, on one point five I? Mean in that situation would, you of jumped in. I think, if it's floating I'm pretty good swimmer I mean I'm. Not a great, swimmer like I would probably drown let's be clear but I think I, could probably, jump in and, chase after, a floating you know like age it's you know the, phones are still going to. Be working 'cause they're they're. Dry inside. The Tupperware you can see the Tupperware it's floating I. Feel like I. Would probably jump in for that I don't know I feel like it's just like it's for your last phone. Calls you jump in and. Then you're gonna. Drown this phones you can call I don't know I guess where. I'm calling from I'm in a river and I'm dying you would I know right okay anyway I never liked you and then I.
Man charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting
"Prosecutors, in Pinellas. County Florida charge Michael. Drako with manslaughter the white man shooting. And killing unarmed black man marquees mcglockton after mcglockton shove Drake during an argument over a parking spot in, Clearwater Florida Drake a charge despite his claim of self-defence under the state's stand your ground law Drako confronted mcglockton girlfriend for parking in. A handicapped spot while he was inside when, mcglockton comes outside he sees the argument and shoves Drako who then pulls out a gun and opens fire the father of three stumbling back. Into the store he's five year old son.
"matamoros" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"America anca date or friends around the world thank you very much for joining me x ray hanging out with me thanks for being part of my day always exciting to be able to hang out with you and talk about things that are going on in the marketplace that are affecting you and me in our small business inside the four walls and outside the four walls inside the four walls of our businesses out there in the wild wild west it's all around is crazy marketplace that that out of which you and i can can can charge into and out of which we can carve are stick are claiming and carve our our world out of it and make the most out of it in the complex some great things but also a marketplace that not only does it succeeded in different to your very existence never forget that folks the marketplace doesn't care about you the marketplace is is is is agnostic is to and is indifferent to your existence is anything that can be let alone whether you're successful in that never forget that matamoros all about that he's going to join us just a few minutes he's a longtime brain trust member and he wants to talk to us about how to take advantage of some some creative ways to think about strategy how to grow your business strategically and he's gotta he's gonna handful of things that he wants to talk about and i'm looking forward to hearing what he has to say this is going to be good stuff folks this is you know i i love i love talking about fundamentals i love talking about about xs and os and things like that but but you gotta you gotta talk strategy to you gotta be you gotta get into the ceo or talk about these things and brian will help us with that and then the second half the bianco is gonna join us and keep us up to date on what's going on in the in the cyberspace the online world public policy issues several of them are occurring right now that are affecting you leave and our businesses steve yup bianco have a good report your business is now operating when something is happening that has never happened before in the history of the marketplace.
"matamoros" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What if we turn things around and imagine ten thousand americans crossing the border to go to mexico what would the native local mexicans feel about that that's my question nothing is a great question i do believe that every country has the right now to its borders and to defend its borders i do agree with that but also we have to understand that immigration is an economic phenomenon has to do with supply and demand and that's long as we have immigrants in mexican central america making maybe five dollars a day three dollars a day and jobs for them in the united states they're going to keep on coming that's that's a reality i was in brownsville texas a few weeks ago and i crossed the border of matamoros mexico and i can tell you i can report to you that there's no invasion as president trump and his administration are suggesting there's no army of but ominous ready to cross the border and embiid the united states that is not happening as a matter of fact that towns along the border on the us side are along the safest in the nation and the number of undocumented immigrants in the us house remain stable for about a decade so forget about an invasion nothing is happening and and but let me just go back to one of your points you see morally correct to cross a border while all depends on on why you cross the border in why that happens but what i am saying is that we on the us side we americans we are partly responsible we're complicit on this flow of immigrants coming to this country you know i mean whenever again you go to a restaurant when you get a service you are you are benefiting from the work of documented immigrants and if you are willing to pay ten dollars for an avocado or fifteen dollars for a tomato because we might not have democrats of course that that would be our choice as a nation but we are partly responsible for immigrants coming to.
"matamoros" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Know i i just came from the war i was visiting brownsville and matamoros mexico and and i can report to you now there's no invasion the border knowing basement whatsoever not only that i didn't see armies of bad omens willing to jump the fence okay so that anecdote we'll just all doesn't look the other way at the thirtyseven thousand people have tried to cross the border because i'm sure all thirtyseven thousand just wanna work as landscapers i'm sure that's the case why don't they all come and live with hore hey okay they can all go live with horn hey and wherever he lives in california texas wherever or if you know if the pope thinks no borders of pope wants let them go live at the vatican but we we we don't need any more problems in the united states we don't need more overcrowded classrooms we don't need more indigent people we don't need more crime we don't need more people on welfare we don't need more people who need english as a second language training god bless them we don't need that we need skilled workers in the united states if we need anyone a friend of mine was telling me some interesting stuff yesterday by the way who works in the it business and she's been working in software management and so forth for many years and she said the h one b visa scam is just going to pull up a text i'm not going to reveal who's who it is obviously but she's a friend from high school and super super smart and she said the it industry is a joke too many h one b visas she said i get dozens of calls from indian recruiters every day the rates they offer for the expert consulting i do are at least fifty percent lower than the rates on american recruiter would offer me and oftentimes after of working with various foreign recruiters.
"matamoros" Discussed on American History Tellers
"His racism was a deeper anxiety that acknowledging the rights of native people would eventually require southerners to do the same for their slaves georgia governor george troup spell this out very clearly the jurisdiction claimed over one portion of our population may vary soon be asserted over another arguments over the indian removal act played out all across the united states not only newspapers statehouses in the halls of congress but also in popular culture it's eighteen thirty and in augusta georgia the theater is packed to the rafters for the opening night you're up in the cheap seats but you can just about see the stage in watching a play called meta maura or the last of the won knocks it stars the famous actor edwin forrest in the title role and got rave reviews in new york last year tickets were hard to come by but you score to what did you think of the first half i'd like just cost you moccasins and everything what what did he have face was red paint or something may the players sat in seventeenth century new england and tells the story of the relationship between puritans and native americans at first all is peaceful between the two peoples matamoros as a young englishwoman from panther but in the third act things trim sound onstage more played by fourth those to meet with the puritans but they're suspicious of him why dos dow put arms into people's hands thereby endangering mischief towards us if people do wrong i'm quick to punish chieftain selous thailand's and seek another hiding place no no never will matter more for sake the home of his father's things escalate tensions between the native americans and the white settlers rise and suspicion mounts within the tribe matamoros stabs another tribesmen who betrayed him come my knife has drank the blood of the false one yet it is not satisfied white man beware the wrath of the wrong union she'll follow up on you like a cataract dashes the up rooted down the mighty chasms the war whoops startle you from your dreams at night and the red hatching gleam in the blaze burning dwellings from the east to the west in the north and in the south shall cry of vengeance burst to the lands you have stolen grown on your feet no more the curtain comes down for the end of the act you realize.
"matamoros" Discussed on WWL
"Or i mean okay yeah it is so you know the taught twenty one or twenty six and as you stay as it was stated on the commercial they're quite frankly you can double that amount when it goes to government projects and and i would pay it and here's why up to up to forty two or or fifty one forty two forty three point one whatever up to i watch something called fbi net that was a one billion dollar failure take place on the border as far as witnessing things i spent a lot of time down there like that drops the guy watch matamoros matamoros excuse me that happens in douglas arizona and every point in between what people don't understand like to educate them to it's not just the family coming across the board that may take minimum wage job it's drugged it's money laundering it gun it's human trafficking it's it's the most deplorable thing you've ever seen you know in in regards to lady that that someone she knows has ptsd i i've witnessed pretty ugly thing that won't repeat on the radio and you know it it's it's a bad situation and you know quite frankly if if people would be able to witness some of this i think they would have a different opinion on this ask you about the drugs now they come in with submarines they come in over the wall with do you really think a wall would would stop drugs from coming into the country wall thing i think symbolism is one thing you know people say well great that's not gonna work but i think at the start i think you have to take a holistic approach to this but but don't kid yourself that anything you do the opposition if you will is much better financed than we are.
"matamoros" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Hayden bill liam payne and although burgers poor ref vr thanks very much for him out with a could we part of my game i'm jim blessing gaming you're listening to the small business africa show and i'm glad you're here i'm glad brian matamoros you to brian is a become a great member of our brain trust is the founder and the president of the matter more group he's the author of a number of books including idea stormers and twenty one days to a big ids or writeup create he is our top creative expert he secretive we can hardly stand it and he's our good friend ryan welcome back hey jim thanks for thanks for having me is always it's always fun where you're always welcome here bri were graduate here and uh one of the things that i i term i've been using a lot more over the last several years that i think is really uh a powerful term that that can it's it's uh i don't know it's it's it's it is up it's a way of it's a way of gaining some leverage without being you know without sanding like you're you're bragging about yourself or someone else who bragging about u b i i just love the the the the way the the term thought leaders sounds and and it 'cause it's it's it's saw it sets you apart but he's not so pretentious what do you think think el oprah sumptuous what do you think yeah i've well it now that you've mentioned i've never really thought about the term thought leader specifically in the words but the idea of kinda weeding with thoughts um you know certainly in our work in the creativity area that's that's our job but i never said a ladder did upper thought in a bigger way about about how to be a thaw leader um with you i was asked that to be part of a a blog and come up with some ideas and so light that's what i wanted to hear today here you were talking about how small business can be thought these and the reason i brought up the the the the approach that the way i did is a lot of small business owners are not good it sort of putting their best foot forward necessarily in the in in the general marketplace there they're more reticent they're more.
"matamoros" Discussed on WJR 760
"Although frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr by the way the julio he's referring to is a legal immigrant the demo school you're just had just kill all right we got the olympics getting underway in pyongyang south korea and the there will be controversy you know this right right uh curses grabbing the microphone at what's a shout something john from matamoros are wondering thank you curse uh john congratulations jonah matter is going to uh go see paul simon what a pair of tickets to ptu for the concert on sunday june 10 courtesy of wjr all right now let me uh welcome in our next guest to it has been taking a look at the numbers we we all suspect especially in figure skating right where it where the judges decide what the score should be and we go how can a judge give the that skater at eight and a half yarmuth fell down and there we go that stop fix in our area it's so subjective and yet if you look at the numbers is there a way to sort of predict which way judges are going to uh leaned in their in their grading welt there's a gentleman on the other end of our line says you bet there is a he's a professor of economics at dartmouth college also happens to be a native of love bunia as name eric zip sweat san professor good morning nice to have you with us welcome home oh thank you for having me let as steve courtney is also from of ordinary sports guy here and we won't hold that against you uh you know every uh every community as its burden to bear that slovakia's but we're glad to have you on the show how long since you've been home i got it back about a year ago good good while you're you gotta come more often uh tigers really need your ride i hear your tiger fed answer right yeah so you've you've done a study of the figure skating judges and and the way they they grade in and what sort of statistical analysis did you do and what.