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"maurin" Discussed on WTVN
"Death row Blind Be a fan Maurin Formacion visit the memorial tournament dot com. Traffic and weather together powered by temp star and custom air on Johnny Hill on NewsRadio, 16 w TVs your ABC six first warning whether we go to meteorologist Andrew but, Michael All right, why don't we break down the week? We've got some frosty mornings and temperatures slowly warming up as we head towards the end of the week and weekend just a slight chance for maybe some spotty rain later today, tonight, early tomorrow, and then again some spotty rain Friday and Saturday, but his temperature's go we're gonna be in the fifties today and tomorrow for high temperatures with overnight lows in the thirties were in the sixties later this week and seventies by the weekend or next decent chance of rain. Isn't until Sunday already got it. Whether powered by the basement doctor 39 in German village 39 right now. Just severe weather station news radio 6 10 W TVs coming up on Columbus this morning Use well, just in case you haven't heard. Melinda and Bill Gates are getting divorced with more information here. Is that making Torrisi him last week. Melinda Gates filed for divorce after 27 years. Citing her marriage was irretrievably broken. Their assets are estimated at $130 billion. On Mother's Day Sunday, Melinda posting a photo with the couple's three kids writing Whatever Mother's day means to you a day to celebrate Imam Honor a memory or reflect on your own resilience. Hooper Day is a meaningful one. Coming up in 6 35 Michael Bauer from NBC News. We'll talk about the supply chain disruptions that are out there on NewsRadio. 6 10 wbbm conversation. I pull my hair out. Take a Where is this country headed to begins here? The other countries have to be looking at us right now. Like this is a mess for job used radio 6 10 W T V N My There's no doubt about it. It's gonna be another hot Washington summer is your residential or commercial cooling system going to keep up? If you're not sure your system will beat the heat Trust the five star cooling experts across Medcalf for.
"maurin" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Casted Maurin Buck Sexton, calm CEO at Patraeus. That is the slogan. Of my high school Regis High School in New York City, perhaps now best known unfortunately, for all as the school that produced none other than Dr Anthony Fauci. You know, he is the thing you gotta mitigate with the mask to prevent a plateau. But you know, you could have a diminution of the ascendancy of the third order effects of a differential magnitude. Of using a cloth versus the aerosolize and 90 You know all the all the jargon that Fauci throws at you so that he can say Absurd and self contradictory things and still have people go ho! Yes, Dr Fauci so smart and he went to Regis High School, which is in Manhattan. It's on the Upper East Side, but it's not one of those. Fancy Upper East Side kids schools, It actually draws from all over the five boroughs. In fact, my classmates Are came from as far out as Wappingers Falls. That's right, commuting each way from Wappingers Falls. I had classmates from all over the south shore of Long Island from out of Nassau County. Had people from all the five boroughs. A lot of folks from Staten Island. In fact, the Saturday night live weekend update host Colin Joseph was my classmate at Regis and he did a whole movie on Netflix. About Staten Island. If memory serves, So Regis is a is a place. It's very interesting, and it's because it's a scholarship school. Why am I telling you about this? Well, it's under assault from you guessed it critical race theory, and it's a shame because here's Here's what's been so fascinating about regions which has been around since About 1905. So this is a school. It's over 100 years old. It's always been tuition free, so it's a private school Jesuit affiliated. But not actually Ron. It's not a parochial school. It's not Run by the church. It's a private school where you pay. I think it's $20 a year at least when I was there $20 a year for laboratory fees and student fees, and that's it. It's a tuition free private school is really nothing like it in the country. I believe. Regis Philbin, the TV host, was named for the school because his dad went there. But Regis From what I remember an interview didn't actually get into Regis, which has got to be tough to them carry the name. But anyway, he had quite a career. I'm sure he's fine. So here's what was written by Jack Fowler, Who's the believe the publisher of National Review, Regis High School seems ashamed of its legacy and purpose. So let me just tell you some of what he writes here, then I'll get into how critical race theory is destroying every institution that it's in and will continue to do so until we say so. Whatever school your kids, Aaron Whatever company you work for, If she r T spreads, it is an intellectual cancer and it will destroy that place. Critical race theory will ruin anything. It touches anything it infiltrates. And Regis is yet another example. Here's what Fowler writes in National Review. There's a lot of trouble of food at my Oma modern and it seems worth sharing. Maybe that should be more trouble because prestigious Regis High School has been in the news of late with its president being fired over charges of sexual misconduct. Jesuit run institution. And, yes, the high School of one. Anthony Fauci. Regis is not prestigious because of my particular alumnus status nor because of cost. It's tuition free since its founding in 1914 Sorry, I think I said 1905 1914. Simply, it is regularly ranked as one of the best Catholic high school as the best Catholic high school. Actually in America. So Regis is considered and whatever rankings there are the best Catholic school you can go to for high school. You got that status because it was a determined firehose of classical education that graduated young men who were put to so many attest that they could think it analyzes adults for God and country as the blunt school motto, stated. But now re just like many of school seems ashamed of its legacy and purpose. Maybe even of Deo and at poetry. A on has become quick to genuflect and lie prostrate before the gods. Of critical race theory. Yeah. Ruining the place, absolutely ruining it. So here's what happened. There's a letter that has been circulating that claims that Regis is eyes essentially becoming overrun with critical race theory. There are multiple letters when I'm not Keeping that close tabs on this, to be honest with you. I I'm not somebody who's a particularly active alumni of any or alumnus, I guess of any institution that I've gone to. I feel like I did my time I pay them. I do. I have sent Regis money. And I donated one way or another to their annual fund reminds you have actually gonna take a family out to lunch as a As a prize. You know, Lunch with Buck who? It's a prize. Believe it or not, it's a good way to raise money for the school. There's there are letters going around now because parents are sick of the critical race theory that is being indoctrinated that their kids are being indoctrinated with. They write enough. This is not what our son signed up for. What you're doing is wrong and bad. That's the basic overview that he gives here. And you're hearing this now It's so many schools because we have this bite administration. There is the moral panic of Oh, no. The Trump administration. Trump did all these terrible things. And so people feel more than ever like there has to be some kind of penance done now. And that means critical race theory, which just understand it. It's it's Marxism with race instead of class as the separating indices, if you will. It's It's race based Marxism is what critical race theory is, in fact, the founders of it and go back to Herbert. Mark use were Marxists..
New York State Budget Misses Deadline
"This year. Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers have yet to reach a final agreement on a number of issues, Karen DeWitt reports. The Legislature is proposing $7 billion a new taxes on the wealthy and corporations and $4 billion Maurin School aid. Cuomo's tax and education aid plans are more modest. Senator Jeremy Cooney, a freshman from Rochester, is among those pressing for a $3.5 billion fund in the budget to pay for employment and other services to undocumented New Yorkers who lost their jobs during the pandemic. He says he'd rather have the right budget a few days late than one That's on time. Means that hundreds and thousands of excluded workers have resources to put food on the table. I'm okay with that. Lawmakers are also trying to piece together how to fit into the budget the billions of dollars in new funding from the federal stimulus package. Recreational
"maurin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Show podcasts and Maurin Buck Sexton calm. There is a border crisis. There's also a legal fight that this has kicked up. We have the attorney general of the State of Arizona. Mark Gourevitch joining us right now to talk about that. Attorney general. Thank you so much. Thanks Buck for having the important stuff going on. We need to talk. Yeah, tell me about the areas where you're challenging the bike Administration. You're challenging the federal government in a sense for failure to abide by the actual law when it comes to immigration. Yeah, we actually have two lawsuits. The first lawsuit involves the whole of deportations that the Bible administration to the executive order and then did via guidance policy. We believe that that is contrary to Title eight of US code. There is about 1.2 Million people here currently have had their due process that have orders of deportation, and the Vibe administration is refusing to support them. And so right when we filed this lawsuit One of the things I kept emphasizing is that That if you don't deport people, you're going to start running out of capacity. You're gonna basically de criminalized border crosses, and we started to see that surgeon. The second thing, the second loss that we have As we have asked the court to intervene to defend that to the public charge. World public charge rule eyes something that's based on 100 year old statute without in United States that deals with If you want to come to this country, if you want to be a citizen, want a green card? You won him a great You have to show that you're not going to be dependent on social welfare services. There was a rule in place that basically said you can't get free health care. You can't get free. You know other government benefits like unemployment, You have to be able to support yourself. Biden administration repealed that rule and then Furthermore, there was a case pending at the U. S Supreme Court, and they dropped out of it. They dropped out of the case. So we're asked actually asking the court to get involved so we can defend that existing rule, which we think we think that eliminating that has created an incentive for people now to come over the border illegally. So what is the Biden? What was the Biden justification there? Administration justification. In the public charge rule specifically how How are they framing that issue? You know, I think they I will let them talk for themselves, and we have a hearing next week in this case, but I actually have been scratching my head. But as I've been pulling out my hair over what the bite administration is doing, because I simply don't understand. They have to know they know that every time someone crosses the border Cartels make money off that every time there's a crisis at the border. The cartels use that actually pump more fentanyl and heroin and coke into our country and poison our neighborhoods. And so we have to know it's having a Dutch Berlin pack. They have to know that if you positives, deportations that moves criminals, people that are felons. Charged crimes are gonna be released Our community they're going to do bad things. They're going to hurt people. And so you have to ask yourself. Why are they doing this? I have no idea. It doesn't make any sense to me. And then, like you know, the public charge will. It doesn't make any sense. Maybe they think it's mean spirited. I know that some people opposed it. For that reason some people thought it might be illegal, but You know, the reality is I keep saying We have this covert epidemic. There's a lot of people struggling, You know, I don't think we should be paying for health care and child care. And you know, subsidizing unemployment that if it's in college tuition for people that don't I didn't come here legally. I mean, regardless of what you think about immigration, I think it's a simple is that we need to take care of hard working American taxpayers first before anyone that just came to this country, you know, we could go. We're speaking to the attorney general for the State of Arizona. Mark Burnett, Bitch. And Mr Attorney General. Tell me this, You know, Texas has been getting a lot of attention in this current crisis and others tremendous amount of illegal border crossing going on in some of the very large facilities where people are being held, are located in Texas. What are you seeing in Arizona as a result of the enormous surge in crossings, and the resource is that are having to be deployed by border by border Patrol. And also I'm sure by state law enforcement authorities as well. Yeah, the border sheriffs who I speak to all the time. Will tell you that they're completely overwhelmed. And it has this incredibly negative ripple effect because what's happening is so for example, in the example you may have 100 people crossing the border in one sector. Border Patrol goes there to try to apprehend them. They're processing them. And then the drug cartels are literally driving drugs were smuggling drugs across in another section, we know And if you read our pleadings that The sheriff in Panella County, indicated the number of Chase's pursuits have doubled. We know that they have found people here in Arizona, dressed in full military uniforms and rucksacks. They have found drugs. They've got weapons. We know that there have been documents lead from the DHS to reveal that they've had encounters with The counters with sex offenders. Is that a five year high, so it is it is Unnie an incredible crisis on with those anecdotes, but just kind of putting it even in a bigger perspective. You know, we have. DHS expects 1,300,000 migrants who arrived is part of a family group in 2021 2021 fiscal year. I mean, think about it. That's gonna be the largest two decades. We're talking about half a million to a million people. And that means the government's the small towns of places like you will bend the declared an emergency here in Arizona. Places like human Arizona, where the medical system is being overwhelmed, because you know, a quarter of the key people come in and have covitz. So it has this devastating impact economically, and then we talk about you know the benefits its effects taxpayers and are Macroeconomic and then you know when you talk about drugs being smuggled in the country and the cartels making money, you know that's not going to stay in. Arizona's not gonna stay in Texas. So I'm gonna stay at the border. That's going to end up and you know, De Moines in Chicago and Virginia and New York is gonna end up affecting cities all over this country. We're speaking to attorney General for the State of Arizona. Mark Byrne, a bitch and mark I I want to ask if it's ever feels odd. Or if you come across this where, For example, in in California, remember speaking members of Border patrol there, including senior members of Border Patrol a few a few a few years ago. One was obviously a different federal administration on Dave said that it was it was unbelievable how much the state law enforcement and political authorities We're always tying their hands, making things more difficult for them and and pretty actively hostile toward actual border operations in the state of California. With this bite administration. I mean, your your trusted with faithfully executing the laws, the attorney general state of Arizona Major Border State. Are you seeing federal unwillingness to help? I mean, bordering on on a kind of obstructionism or what? What is it like? What's the relationship like? When you try to interact with your federal counterparts on this Well, I think that if you and I was just down in Yuma a couple weeks ago, and we've gotten a briefing for the Border patrol, and I think when you talk to the agents on the ground, they're very frustrated and, you know, they feel like they sometimes are unnecessarily caught in the middle of it. They're just trying to do their job. They're trying to secure the border. They're trying to do the right thing, and I feel like they feel like they don't get help from Washington, D C and I'll give you one example we have..
Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Into Law
"I'm Chris Foster the Democrats coronavirus, financial relief and stimulus plan to sign into law by President Biden. Historic legislation is about rebuilding the backbone of this country on giving people this nation working people middle class folks, people built the country of fighting chance. Nearly $2 trillion American rescue plan passed with precisely zero Republican support in the House or the Senate. Presented a plan at the White House. The president found two beef two small so Democrats with their new majorities in the House and Senate. Go it alone, passing the first bill dividing presidency. Well, they really wanted was to find a way to go. Sure in their liberal progressive pay everybody built in Scott's Republican senator from South Carolina. We spoke to him yesterday. Unfortunately, they were able to succeed at that, but hopefully we'll have a chance to push back on it. It is one of the most ridiculous pieces of legislation that has so little to do with covert relief and everything to do with the progressive wish list. I mean, you could have these calls for bipartisanship, but in the end, they really they just needed Joe Manchin and other centrist Democrats, right? Absolutely. When you look at what they've done, they were able to Tonto. I don't want to go or buy off, but they were able to negotiate with the mansion. To lower the unemployment from 400 to 300, But then they extended it. The September said. In a different way, I believe what we sit what we saw happen. There was the are now paying people to stay home even longer, Not through June or July. But now through September. And interestingly enough, Chris the unemployment rate has gone down, not up. We had 379,000 new jobs added to the economy. The last thing we need to do is extend the unemployment benefits until September, when in fact the recovery as fragile as it is. Continues. Center. Ah, lot of Americans are very happy about are going to be very happy about this film, including some of your constituents. South Carolina's got something like the 10th highest poverty rate in the country and a lot of people. Gonna be very happy to get this child tax credit and getting essentially huge races in their take home pay. What do you tell them? Well, Chris, this is this is a baby. Well, honestly, the road to socialism starts with one step. And the bottom line is that what we're looking at here is not paying people for increased production, not paying people for increased challenges that were brought on by the government. They're simply making this into Progressive approach, ushering in the first few steps of socialism, and that is a huge challenge. A new study shows that all the covert stimulus caused each American $17,000. That That means that we're simply pushing ourselves in the wrong direction with these resource is being put out there. But, yeah, people like money. There's no question about that. But when they understand that they have to pay it back. You like it less when you add interest on top of that they like it even less. And when they understand that they may be compromising the future of the next generation of Americans by spending money today that we don't have that we have to borrow from China. That the bad thing for every single American in every single American child that we have the generations to come will face an avalanche of debt unnecessarily. So because of $2 trillion under the guise of covert relief, when, in fact, it's social policy that transforms the American economy. And now this, I mean, look, it's only got through because of budget reconciliation. We're spending bills. Be passed with 50 votes and no filibuster right now. Other than spending bills are Democrat. Is this a last gasp for them? Or are they gonna get anything through their voting rights bill The House passed this week and infrastructure playing this gun legislation pending If they can't If they can't get any GOP votes on anything. Might they just throw their hands up and say Fine? We're killing the filibuster. Everything needs 50 votes. Way I watched your mansion trying to walk through that minefield on Sunday, and the truth of the matter is what he said Woz that he is willing to make the filibuster harder to use that is very dangerous. Stiller Buster conversation is a slippery slope. We know that you give the Democrats inch They want a mile, and that's not good for the American people. And frankly, the agenda of the left is so radical that the center right country that we still have Is going to have an allergic reaction to the medicine brought to the table. And that may be very good for us in 2022, prayerfully and 2024, But Maurin importantly, it is just bad policy and the stench of it will, I think made people noxious. The more we see the thought that we're going to give a 16 year old the rights of vote because they believe they do better with younger people that we do doesn't sound like they're looking for a way to level the playing field. The thought that they want to nationalize elections. We should be looking for ways to limit Mail in ballots, not expand mail in ballots. We should be looking for ways to expand voter. I d not eliminate voter I d. So what they're trying to do is position this country not to recover from their lurch and then leaked to the far far far left. Those are dangerous position in their HR one. And you and I both know that we're gonna have to fight tooth and nail to protect the second Amendment. We are in for that fight. We're in it to win it. We will, because America was founded on the concept that we must be. We must have. The resource is in the arms necessary to defend ourselves, period. And that must stand and that is one of the things that's one of the reasons we should be very thankful for our Constitution, and especially
Do parents actually want more in-person instruction
"Majority of parents say their kids need to get back in the classrooms of parents who have K through 12 kids, 79% said. They support sending their Children back to the classroom Now. The Gallup poll found that in the past year, 13% of parents have cut back their hours. 7% even quit their jobs all to help with at home learning. The research also found Republicans and working parents are Maurin favor of getting back to normal now. How about a third of US students don't have the option of in person learning. I'm Rory
"maurin" Discussed on KOMO
"The two days looks like Saturday will be the dryer with mainly cloudy skies. A few sun breaks an occasional showers. More steady rain on the way for Sunday With highs this weekend, right about 50. That's where we are right now. 50 in downtown Seattle time for a mouthwatering introduction to a food you might not be that familiar with Brit Thorsen from Seattle refined here to tell us about Ju Jews cuisine. Seattle here. We're so lucky to have many things but especially lucky to have just main mater nicknames Juju as a culinary guide to Haitian food with her brand new business. Ju Jews Caribbean Kitchen At on Lee 26. She has launched the states on Lee Haitian catering business in the middle of a pandemic no less. She works out of a commissary kitchen and tuck will a and offers a rotating menu a couple days a week, which is limited because she's still holding a day job as a dental assistant. If you can believe it. The goal for her business is simple. She wants to introduce Haitian culture to non Haitians and to give Haitians here in Seattle a taste of home When Juju moved here from the Caribbean. She didn't have a family here, but she did have her mother's recipes. Which became the basis of her menu, the food she cooks his Haitian Creole, a cuisine born from several cultural influences on Haiti, like African, French indigenous, Taino, Spanish and Arab cuisines. Her menu includes many of the cornerstone dishes in Haiti like Rio, a Citrus marinated fried pork shoulder that's considered the national dish of the island to Taso, a crispy fried goat dish. These air all served up with John John Rice, which is Haitian style rice and beans, fried Plantains and a spicy pickled cabbage condiment laced with scotch bonnets. Maurin fell on Julia's kitchen and her personal journey and bringing and her story on bringing Haitian cuisine to Seattle Online Now Oh, can't wait to tap into that..
New report offers framework to address COVID-19 vaccine racial equity in Washington DC
"From the D C counsel's Office of Racial Equity is addressing some of the concerns about who is getting the covert vaccine right now. The report points out barriers such as limited supply of struggling appointment registration system and independent pharmacies that should be included Maurin distribution of Doses. Corps director Brian McClure says the framework includes things like Centering the covert response on racial equity, putting people first and protecting and expanding community voice and power. We looked at the percentage of the populations and wards seven and eight or five that have been vaccine compared to other wars is very troubling. We hope that this frank work is used to begin to reverse some of those trends, floor says. They know there are budget restraints and policy decisions to be made. But at the end of the day, it's about the people of D. C. Ken's ofay. W T A P News
New report offers framework to address COVID-19 vaccine racial equity in Washington DC
"A new report from the D C counsel's Office of Racial Equity is addressing racial disparities when it comes to the cove in 19 vaccine, the report points out barriers such as limited supply, a struggling appointment registration system and independent pharmacies that should be included Maurin distribution of Doses. Corps director Brian McClure says the framework includes things like centering Covad response on racial equity, putting people first and protecting and expanding community voice and power. We looked at the percentage of the populations in wards seven and eight or five that have been vaccine compared to other wards is very troubling. We hope that this frank work is used to begin to reverse some of those trends. Color says They know there are budget restraints and policy decisions to be made. But at the end of the day, it's about the people of D
University Of Arizona Preparing To Bring More Students Back To Campus
"The coronavirus cases do come down across the state, the University of Arizona is planning to offer Maurin person classes starting next Monday. It's allowing in person instruction for classes of fewer than 50 students that were designated as in person or flex in person at the time of registration. Students will not be required to attend classes in person if they're more comfortable with the online format,
Suspect arrested New York City subway stabbings that killed 2, injured 2 others
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"maurin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Maurin a vfx die Com slash virtual It's here And now there are two types of people who watch the Super Bowl. Those there for the game and those watching for the commercials. Historically, the interest in this yearly add strap a Ginza is less about consumerism, even though each spot cost about $5.5 million. That's for 30 seconds. And most is about the art of the cell. And this year it was all about keeping it light, with less emphasis on the moment we're in and for more. Let's check in with here and now media analyst John Carroll John Welcome. All right, John. Before we get to some of the big ads, there were some notable Super Bowl fixtures that were not part of this blitz. What brands chose to skip this year well outside of the Kansas City Chiefs. The major. No shows this year ranged from Hyundai and Kia to Coke and Pepsi. The biggest No show, though, was Budweiser. The flagship brand of Anheuser Busch has been in the Super Bowl for the last 37 years. They sat out this year, donating some of their ad budget to a nonprofit group that's trying to overcome. Vaccine hesitancy amid the current virus pandemic, and John I caught that dig right there on the Chief's, um, you know, a big theme this year was about identity and claiming space in America. This year's Takata Beer ad, for instance, book specifically to Mexican Americans and their Mexico is in us at And lodge attack, which sells computer accessories, like microphones and Webcams, featured the rapper Lil Nas ex in their ad on digital creativity. Let's take a Listen then and defiance. Sorry. Wave makers Way the groundbreakers Way. The creators. What other ads like this that you see It was a lot of diversity and Jens this year the indeed that was sort of a united Nations of diversity. It had all kinds of Different people and have played against stereotypes, which was really interesting to see. Yeah, and the NFL actually put in an ad of their own shots of black lives matter. Protestors football players with Briana Taylor and Eric Gardner written on their helmets. Let's Listen. Football is a microcosm of America, all races, religions living, and this ad ends with the NFL, pledging $250 million to help in systemic racism. But there's a lot of chatter on social that this was disingenuous to say the least. Considering that former quarterback Colin Capper neck It's still a free agent after he was blacklisted when he took a knee during the anthem to protest police killings and 2016. What are your thoughts? Yeah. I mean, that money is not nothing but the NFL can't really By its way out of the situation. I think what they need to do is show action. Rather than just throw money at the problem, from your view, did the more lighthearted tone over although strike the right balance in light of our current moment with the pandemic and Political unrest. Yeah, I think if you look at the U S a today ad meter ratings, most of the top 10 are humorous ads. Will Ferrell for GM. Going after Norway over electric cars, and I think people were looking for as much escapism as they could get. So there was a lot of nostalgia, giving people a sense that things are normal when they really aren't That was John Carroll here and now's media analyst on this year's.
"maurin" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Be saving Maurin current assurance with paper mile insurance from Allstate, you pay for the miles. You drive and save on the miles. You don't call a local Allstate agent and get a quote now now, w RKO Weather channel forecast Well, after four and five it snows all the way to the coast. Looks like our snows. Try to push on off the coast here into the afternoon and boy the cold pouring in here for the rest of the week. We could see some more flurries tomorrow. Our high Today 37 are look tonight, 28. Some flurries. Lights knows tomorrow High 32. Then here comes single digit low temps for us Thursday night, Friday night Saturday night down into the upper single digits for low temps highs Friday Saturday only in the twenties. Meteorologist Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel on the Voice of Boston. Am 6 80 WR KO It's Wednesday afternoon, which means it's taco Wednesday. That's right Taco Wednesday Old El Paso doesn't believe in setting limitations on your tacos. Whether that means ingredient combinations and variety or which night you choose for Taco Night and old El Paso makes everyone's taco eating experience better with their flat bottom standing stuff. Taco shells and tortilla bulls the perfect size for the smallest eater, toehold or the biggest ad Potato filled to the brim. Tap your screen to find ideas and recipes at old El paso dot com. I heart radio goes one on one with Iggy Azalea to ask her if her album ended up being everything she thought it would be. Everybody has a picture of the head of what you want something to be and Whatever it is, If it's your making a painting or what.
Massive unemployment fraud scheme discovered in California
"A major fraud problem, California officials say hackers, identity thieves and overseas criminal rings stolen estimated $11.4 billion in unemployment benefits from California last year. The extent of the fraud might grow far larger, billions Maurin. Jobless payments are under investigation, California Labor Secretary Julie Suze says of the $114 billion the state has paid in unemployment claims during that time. About 10% has been confirmed as fraudulent. Nearly $20 billion more is considered suspicious. Sue says the state did not have sufficient security measures in place and criminals took advantage of the gaps.
1 killed, 6 hospitalized after car hits pedestrians in Portland; driver in custody
"In custody in Portland, Oregon, after ramming his car into pedestrians. One person killed, others hospitalized. We have approximately six victims in the hospital. There's additional victims that were not transported. Police spokesman Derek Carmen says. Officers were initially responding to a hit and run crash. When they became aware of Maurin Gery. We received additional Holes that the same suspect vehicle involved in the previous hit and run was hitting other vehicles and pedestrians. The driver caught after he crashed and tried to escape on foot neighborhood residents held in for police Motive Unknown
California paid $11 billion in bogus jobless claims last year, investigating possible fraud involving $20 billion more
"Major front problem. California officials say hackers, identity thieves and overseas criminal rings stolen estimated $11.4 billion in unemployment benefits from California last year. The extent of the fraud might grow far larger, billions Maurin. Jobless payments are under investigation, California Labor Secretary Julie Suze says of the $114 billion the state has paid in unemployment claims during that time. About 10% has been confirmed as fraudulent, Nearly $20 billion Maura's considered suspicious Sue says the state did not have sufficient security measures in place and criminals took advantage of the gaps. Keith Peters
Disneyland to reimagine Jungle Cruise ride following years of criticism
"Another ride at Disney theme parks. He is getting a makeover to become Maurin, CLU sive. This time the new jungle cruise ride will remove negative depictions of native people at both Disneyland and Disneyworld, officials say. Last year, Disney announced it's changing Splash Mountain to a new story line, which will feature Disney's first black Princess
GOP Sen. Rob Portman won't run for reelection, saying it's difficult to 'break through the partisan gridlock'
"This aft. Noon he plans to not seek reelection in 2022. NBC News, Garrett Takes says by not seeking RE Election Boardman Portman's conviction vote on the impeachment trial of President Trump comes Maurin to play very difficult for any Republican running for reelection to vote to convict Donald Trump and then turn around and ask Trump voters to vote for them. Meanwhile, Dominion Voting Systems has
Chicago COVID vaccine: City sets tentative dates for Phases 1A, 1B, 1C and 2 of vaccination plan
"We've been checking in with local leaders nationwide. About all this, and today we go to Chicago, where vaccine eligibility has been expanded beyond healthcare workers and long term care residents. Anyone over 65 who lives or works in the city. But at the moment, Chicago's rollout has been so slow that the city's mayor, Lori Lightfoot, says it will take a year and a half to vaccinate the entire city unless the process is dramatically sped up. Get a better sense of what's causing Chicago's delays and how the city is planning to improve its vaccination process. Going forward. I got mayor life foot on the line. This is just a very basic issue off supply. We do not have enough vaccine from the federal government were dependent upon them. Not surprisingly, To get the vaccine in every week that we've been up and had our infrastructure clicking into gear. We've got less first doses instead of more focused oceans. That is fundamentally a problem. I've been very outspoken about this issue. I will continue to be as the change of administration. Comes into into play, but we simply don't have enough first those vaccines and it's holding us back and our ability to get vaccines out to those people who are ready, willing, enabled, enthusiastic about getting the vaccine. Your life that you mentioned vaccine skepticism as being another hurdle that the city is facing in terms of getting people vaccinated, and we know that particularly for black and Latino populations. That history of racism within the medical community has also spurred concerns. Is there anything the city is doing or can do to combat that skepticism in those communities, particularly Yeah, well, it looks that skepticism, unfortunately, is widespread across the country, but what we started to do before we even got the first dose. What's a really lean into our trusted community stakeholders in the black in letting this community that we've formed partnerships with this entire past year since of Pandemic came to Chicago. We've got a great network of partners at the local level through f U H sees but also other stakeholders, but primarily what we're looking to is black and let next healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, pharmacists. Those folks are really going to be. I think the critical ambassadors as we continue to go hyper local into these communities. If they people see people who look like them speak their language. Getting the vaccine and explaining why it's important. That's going to make a substantial difference. And so we're leaning into those networks and those trusted community partners. Your life. But as you know, one of the biggest tension points during the pandemic has also been the economic development or or lack thereof of communities that have been forced to shut down. Restaurants and bars in Illinois have been closed for indoor dining since October. After an order from the governor. You've been pushing for restaurants and bars to re open. How would that look? How are you going to balance those efforts with the efforts to contain the spread of covert 19 right now? Look, I think you know this. But restaurants and bars or some of the most heavily regulated businesses in any city, and ours is no different. They have taken and invested a significant amount of their dollars to make their businesses safe, not only for patrons but also for their employees and what's become very clear. Is that because the bars and restaurants and other places of entertainment have been shut down, people have covered fatigue, and they're seeking access to entertainment and other higher risk ways. Underground parties using hotel spaces then use that should be closed. So what we're seeing is a lack of compliance. That is placing residents Maurin risk. So I think that there's a public health reason why we should carefully re open our bars and restaurants at limited indoor capacity. But there's also clearly an economic reason to do that. We're always gonna lead with the science and the data, but what we're seeing across Our city is that people having stopped congregating, They're just doing it. Unfortunately and Maura and more risk here unregulated ways. We want to open up these regulated venues that are safer for people to congregate in. And where we can have some oversight over what they're doing, and then also obviously opening up economic opportunities for restaurants and bars and other entertainment venues that have been so hard hit over the course of this last
"maurin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News. California continues to battle record numbers of Corona virus infection. Three million confirmed Corona virus infections and counting. That's what the tally by Johns Hopkins University now shows the state only surpassed two million cases a little more than three weeks ago. Nearly 34,000 people in the state have died of Cove it. California has been making efforts to increase vaccinations, using theme parks and sports stadiums to get more people in for the shots. Rapid rise of infections have stretched hospitals to the limit. Maurin factions are expected as diagnoses resulting from holiday travel have yet to be seen in the statistics. GURNAL Scott Fox News spokeswoman for President elect Biden has tweeted that Biden does not plan to lift restrictions on visitors from the U. K U and Brazil on January 26 discovering a short time After the White House announced that President Trump has rescinded those bands effective on that date the same day. New covert tests requirements take effect for nearly all international air travelers arriving in the U. S in advance of Inauguration Day, Vice President elect Kamila Harris has resigned her Senate seat and not bed for the San Francisco Chronicle. Harris stressed her departure from the Senate is not a good bye. At his vice president shall have the power to break ties in the upper chamber. California Governor Gavin Newsom has chosen Secretary of State Alex Padilla to fill the seat. The vice president elect will be sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Wednesday on the West Front of the U. S. Capitol. Fox is Rachel Sutherland and Harris took part in Martin Luther King Day Celebration today in Washington, D. C. She and her husband, Doug em off, pull back with produce and dry goods at Martha's Table of Food Bank in Washington. Present like Biden and wife Jill. Help pack boxes for people in need in Philadelphia. America is listening..
"maurin" Discussed on WTVN
"Me again. Into the news booth for the big story. Here's Alison Wyatt. The FBI warning that extremist groups are planning violence and state Capitol buildings around the nation this weekend in Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said today he is very concerned about those reports. Yes, I'm concerned about activating members of the National Guard, not just to go to Washington. We're activating them for here in Ohio. We're concerned. If you look at the Maurin Formacion we see and this is what you're saying was coming out assholes. Some of these people were and how well prepared they were get's something that every American should be concerned about. Meanwhile, always he was Wexner Medical Center says they will be using the Schottenstein Center soon as a mass vaccination stuff site. They will have a soft launch starting on Friday, with around 500 vaccinations to Ohioans over the age of 80 and older anyone who falls into that age range. You will need an appointment moving forward after that. Central Ohio Bar was cited for violating covert 19 health orders during the college football playoff championship game. Last night, Slick whiskers in Columbus received a citation for improper conduct to disorderly conduct and on sanitary conditions. And the Masters tournament is limiting their audience. They see her due to the pandemic. The Augusta National Golf Club says only a select member of number of people will be allowed to attend and they will have coronavirus health and safety measures in place So far. It is scheduled to take place between April 5th through the 11th your ABC six first warning weather. Clouds tonight and cold. A low of 27. I'm Alison Wiant use can change.
Army Green Beret charged with murder in bowling alley shooting
"A man has been charged in the deaths of three people in the wounding of three Maurin a shooting at an Illinois bowling alley last night. Winnebago County State's attorney says 37 year old Duke Web of Florida has been charged with three counts of murder and three counts of first degree attempted murder in the shooting at the Don Carter Lanes in Rockford. Three people who died were all men between the ages of 65
President Trump vetoes major defense bill despite strong backing in Congress
"Are worried they could lose their unemployment benefits this weekend. MPR's Jim's early reports. President Trump is threatening to veto a $900 billion relief bill that would extend the benefits for 10 weeks. The relief bill was passed overwhelmingly by both houses of Congress this week. It would send $600 checks to individuals and also extend supplemental unemployment benefits. But in a move that took both parties by surprise, President Trump suggested he could veto the bill because the checks were far too small. Should he do so there will be little time to vote on another bill during the current session of Congress, and that could throw millions Maurin to poverty at a time when lockdowns are being re imposed and the economy is showing signs of slowing again. Jim's a roly NPR news. House Democrats this
Congress Rushes to Pass Huge Coronavirus Relief Bill
"Trillion government spending bill combined with a $900 billion Coronavirus relief package, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin telling CNBC those stimulus checks could show up in Americans bank accounts before the new year. The good news is this is a very, very fast way of getting money into the economy and again let me emphasize. That people are going to see this money the beginning of next week. Democrats who had initially demanded trillions Maurin aid are calling the deal. A down payment. Today is a good day, but it's certainly not the end of the story. President elect Joe Biden applauded the deal, but said Congress is work is far from over less. Michelle's the ABC News Washington As of this morning
Fauci says to give COVID-19 vaccine to Biden, Harris, Trump, Pence
"He's 78 years old. He says he doesn't want to skip to the front of the vaccine line. But Willie and should he is the incoming president. How does this work? Well, it sort of depends on what we think of as skipping the head of the line, because, uh, if you were the president elect of the United States, there's a pretty short line in front of you. No matter what, Um Because there are seriously issues of continuity of government and I don't even think it was Inappropriate for the Trump administration, though they've since reversed it to say we should get vaccinated look continuity of government matters. Now, this trump White House could have taken much more precautions much more seriously, internally and externally and had fewer cases of coronavirus. True. Still for the maintenance and the effectiveness of government. I think the White House currently the incoming biting transition team, and every senior person on that should get back to making earlier rather than later. Because it matters that they're available and there to do the job at the highest levels of the American government, So I don't think it's a political matter. That should be one that is pointed at the Trump White House or the incoming Biden White House. I do think it's just a matter of Do we want people at the top of our government to be the healthiest they can be to handle this situation? I think the answer universally is yes. So Is there a line that super long in front of the President elect? No, there isn't so moving to the front of that. If you will doesn't seem to me to be a political issue, it seems ah good governance issue. I agree with you. Let me ask you about the line. Where do we draw the line? The vice president, members of Congress staff who helped them the Supreme Court. Local legislators. Where should the line be? It's an interesting and very valid question. Because look not everyone is equal. I would I would say this. I mean, this is this is a great question. I'm giving you the top of my head answer, clad, not burrow down. I don't know if there's any legal definitions that have to be dealt with, But I would say President, vice president and all senior staff Would say, every governor in every state of the union I would say the speaker of the house and the leadership in Congress and then You know, hold off a little bit, but Hold off for how much longer look Um Congress and state legislatures have equities and responsibilities. But are they Maurin important than Frontline? Health care workers? No. Are they more important than protecting those who have been? Most seriously affected and we're death rates proportionately have been very high nursing homes. No, so I think you get those populations first, and then you move to the upper echelons. Of the federal and the national Legislatures at the highest levels there. Reagan file members of the state Legislature, You got to wait a while You got to be like me. Yeah, Springtime summer time. So I guess I'm not vital. I'm not. I'm not, you know crucial to Ah, America's success where the Corona virus is concerned. I'm an ordinary Person like everyone else, and I want a lot of state legislatures right around my end of the line sometime this spring or summer. Hey, major, You're a baseball guy. Did
Warner Bros to release all 2021 films on HBO Max and in cinemas on same day
"In Hollywood Warner Media has announced that a basically their movie slate Is going to be on its streaming service, HBO Max the same day that it opens to the degree that any movie can open right now or in the next months ahead in theaters. This is shattering the window that had been a foundation of the movie business in which movies playing theaters and then they move on to another platform and the studio's milk of the movie all the way through, you know, with DVD sales and going to a cable channel or whatever, and make a lot of money. That's what it has been But now we're in the streaming world and Warner's. I will say absolutely stunned everybody, including the people who made the movies that are going to now be in this what they call day and date arrangement. They didn't even give them a heads up. They just announced it. I'm too heard about this the night before, and I was telling everybody I could reach this see what they'd heard and people didn't know. They had kept this idea completely under wraps and shocked the town and Maura importantly, perhaps Warner's did not tell the feet Your owners that they were doing this and this is it. This is basically the beginning of the end of the theater business as we know it because Warner's is the largest studio in terms of output. And now we've got 17 films, The entire 2021 slate going direct to HBO. Max the same day there in theaters. These are Sequels to the Matrix Sequels to the conjuring. This is all of the Warners movies Big small and in between. And you know there's really no going back from this. I don't think because even though the CEO of Warner Media Jason Kyle are is already saying this is just because of the pandemic in 2022, we could reevaluate. I just don't see how you do that. This is their policy. 18 T bought Warner media to explicitly to start a streaming service and take on Netflix. They don't care about the theatrical business. And now here, it shows and I think you're really going to see a catastrophic End of the movie business as we know it. Yeah, I mean, I was texting with one of their competitors the night before this announcement, the spin was the theater business will be reborn, and it will become this much better experience and I'm like rolling my eyes and yes, they didn't go to the theaters. They didn't go to anybody because they knew that with the blowback would be they just dropped it And I will note something like Godzilla versus Kong. Legendary paid 75% of the budget for that movie and basically can't control its destiny Got an offer from Netflix wanted to sell. The necklace was blocked by Warners because Warner's paid the other 25% and had the deal that give it the power to block that sale. And then they wake up in the morning saying, Guess what? We're putting it on our streaming service. There's no deal in place. This is not how we do business in Hollywood. You don't just say I'm totally twisting your arm, but I may have pulled it off. I think there was going to be incredible blowback from film makers, producers all of their partners, this kind of behavior. It's a digital thing bloodless. Move, But I think in Hollywood, you're gonna find a certain amount of blowback. Yeah, they're gonna have to pay out all the talent because there are expectations of box office bonuses and back in that are cooked into deals when you do this, and we saw this with Wonder Woman when it went to streaming. You got to pay out the filmmaker and you got to pay out Gal Gadot, the star and Maurin importantly, though, there is a feeling that the theatrical experience is being threatened here and you mentioned yes that the theaters could possibly reinvent himself. Cells. But let's say this impacts theaters 25 30%. That is a significant hit that the theaters will take on. A lot of them will go out of business. As we know the hits or what Dr the theater business, and even a 30% decrease would cause many theaters to go out of business. Perhaps the ones that remain would reinvent themselves Great. But talent here I mean, think of someone like John to the director of in the heights. He specifically took this movie Toe Warner Brothers when Netflix was offering a lot more money because of the experience he had with crazy Rich Asians, which also spurned Netflix for Warners and got a theatrical release and became a huge cultural phenomenon. Because of that theatrical release, he went Toe Warner's thinking he'd get that again. Now he's getting day and date. That's not what he signed up for. Yes, I mean, just let me be clear. I'm not the one who said the theater business will be reborn. That's the dream of executive in this business. And as I said, Yes, he is a perfect example. John Hsu of what does he think of this? And what will he think? Next time? He has a project that he wants to take somewhere. Thank you, man. Thank you. That's meant
"maurin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Anything other than Jesus Christ, we're devoting ourselves something that won't last. Just live life long enough to see that it just won't last. Devote yourself to your job. It's not gonna last you forever. At one point in your life, you won't be doing it anymore. Devote yourself to your house eventually. You leave the house. Perhaps it'll stand for a few years. Maybe it won't Devote yourself to a relationship that'll sooner or later end. In one way or another. Devote yourself to money That'll run out. You'll lose it. You'll spend it or you leave it. Devote yourself to a car that will wear down Devote yourself to a hobby that won't last. Not for a while. It might be exciting, but then you'll get tired of that You'll look for something else. The only thing that really last is a commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ that stands. But these people they were chasing the wind. First one says they were given the violence and they made a covenant deals with the Assyrians. They did oil business with Egypt. Probably They went down to Egypt and got oil. Probably sold it to the Assyrians. I don't know how all that worked. But what we do see from this is that they trusted Maurin relationships with foreign godless nations that I did their God. These people were more interested in making political deals there. People love their prosperity. They felt the way to get it is entering the coven. It'll agreements with the nations of the world. In all reality, God says, all you're doing is eating the wind. In our lifetime. We've seen that. We could name several Bible colleges and seminaries who felt they'd be better served by making deals with the world rather than trusting God. They felt the best thing to do would be to make education.
"maurin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"One point in your life, you won't be doing it anymore. Devote yourself to your house eventually. You leave the house. Perhaps it'll stand for a few years. Maybe it won't Devote yourself to a relationship that'll sooner or later end. In one way or another. Devote yourself to money that will run out. You'll lose it. You'll spend it or you leave it. Devote yourself to a car that will wear down Devote yourself to a hobby that won't last. Not for a while. It might be exciting, but then you'll get tired of that You'll look for something else. The only thing that really last is a commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ that stands. But these people they were chasing the wind. The first one says they were given the violence and they made a covenant deals with the Assyrians. They did oil business with Egypt. Probably They went down to Egypt and got oil. Probably sold it to the Assyrians. I don't know how well that worked. But what we do see from this is that they trusted Maurin relationships with foreign godless nations that I did their God. These people were more interested in making political deals there. People love their prosperity. They felt the way to get it is entering the coven. It'll agreements with the nations of the world. In all reality, God says, all you're doing is eating the wind. In our lifetime. We've seen that. We could name several Bible colleges and seminaries who felt they'd be better served by making deals with the world rather than trusting God. They felt the best thing to do would.
"maurin" Discussed on WJR 760
"To bring you Maurin Formacion as it pertains to your lines in the Jaguars will be doing that starting now. What else going on with the lions today? We're two hours away from kickoff at T I a bank field for a preview of today. It's Lions Today, Here's necrotic lines and jaguars were set to square off for just the seventh time in NFL history, and the all time series is dead, even three wins and three losses. And for the first time this season, Detroit will be playing in front of fans. T I, A bank field will allow 25% of capacity today. And Lions safety Tracy Walker is excited to get back to somewhat normal. I feel like it's a blessing to have fans because we have a half fans in the last four weeks, But even if those fans were not there, I'm still glad then I'm a bomb like that's what it is. You know, I can't control that the fans could be out there, not I could control what I do. I could try many plays. I'm making a control high tackle fire on that ball. So I can say is gonna be amazing. Tio Tio have a little bit of crowd noise is that instead of the speakers going but you know and in their control back control, Jaguars quarterback gardener I mean, she was in the top 10 in the league and yards and touchdowns and has some underrated skill position players around him and Lionshead coach map. Patricia is certainly impressed. He's done a great job of showing. You know that he can really be quite dynamic. You know, in the passing game, we know he's athletic. He's got a very strong arm. Hey, does a good job with the deep balls, which they have some phenomenal skill players around him that can run vertical get open, big catch radius guys. He has that element of athleticism so they can mix in some of the reduction stuff with him, too. And certainly the extended place that he gets out of the pocket. Rambles are you know they're outstanding. It's not a battle of the heavyweights with the team coming in with just one win a piece, but Lions quarterback money or are they won't underestimate their opponent. Two teams that, you know, got a lot of great players and their teams and kind of just haven't put it all together. No way at all. We're sleeping on him at all. We're going in there with the mindset of trying to just make sure we get back on track with these weeks and And get out there and just play our best ball. You know, we still haven't played our best ball throughout the first quarter sees it. The.
"maurin" Discussed on KOMO
"Maurin become a sports update with Bill Sports another Sunday another record setting performance by the Seattle Seahawks franchise quarterback Russell Wilson tossing five touchdown passes as the Hawks beat the visiting Cowboys 38 31. Rush talks about the mind set on the last fourth quarter. Go ahead score. I thought that Dr was a testament of who we are as a team, high character guys focused in dial, then always constantly believing staying neutral in the midst of everything. Now, Wilson's 14 TD passes in the first three games is a new NFL record. Cowboys defensive lineman Tristan Hill is not popular with Seahawks he could get a hefty fine for a malicious rolling tackle, which injured Hawks running back Chris Carson's name Seattle Storm have returned to the WN BA Finals in Game one is Friday night against either Las Vegas or Connecticut Seattle Sounders have sent a first round draft choice to Inter Miami. For the popular defender Romano Torrance and the Seattle Mariners field to make the major league Baseball playoffs for the 19th year in a row. 15 minutes from now on, come. Oh, Rick and Lisa. How close are the ends to saying the P word Sports A 10 and 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz Comeau News. Thank you. Bill will be listening for you. That's in about 15 minutes. With the vaccine expected next year. Executives across the country are talking now about what vaccination requirements of any They'll make workers follow couples, Brian Calvert with a closer look. Technically, employers can ask a lot and place various requirements as conditions for working what happens when the coed vaccine becomes available. Attorney Lindsay Ryan Throughout the pandemic, employers have been paced, facing so many difficult decisions when it comes to furlough and layoffs. And like you said, the next big question is going to be Whether they can and whether they should require their employees to take a vaccine. When it becomes available, she goes on to tell Yahoo the next question Every employer in the country faces is do I require my workers to get the vaccine? The general answer is that yes, employers can require their employees, Teo get vaccinated as a condition of employment, followed by a giant asterisk. Just because it's legal doesn't mean that it's absolute or that it's recommended. Welcome to the next workplace sticky wicket while your employer likely is pushing the flu shot this year unless you're in health care. The majority of employers aren't requiring a flu shot. Flu shots have a history and our proven effective In most cases, that could be exactly the reason some workers will balk at a covert vaccine. So employers know less about it On de employees. They're going to be understandably more reticent about getting vaccinated. Then there are more questions like the employer who wants to make sure the workplaces Covad free or the group of employees who say Hey, get everyone tested or else I don't feel safe here. You're exactly right. And I think one thing that Employers need to keep in mind. I mean, First, it's employers do choose to mandate the vaccine. They need to be prepared to make accommodations for employees, whether being disability grounds or religious grounds. But secondarily even if it's lawful to mandate a vaccine, employers should expect that there's going to be pushback from employees who, even if they don't consider themselves anti vaxxers are going to be under understandably right ascent. Which is why now is the time to start talking about how your office will deal with all this once a covert backs. Jean is readily available. Brian Calvert camo news..
"maurin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Find success and what really matters your life. Outside the badge and part of what I wanted to do today is just because so often people see the badge or the uniform and they think that you're not people. They think that you're not human beings, and I think a way for our society get around. What we're experiencing right now is for more folks to get that in their head. And I'm guessing that's we've been part of why you do the show. It absolutely is, And I couldn't agree with that sentiment in that statement, Maurin fact that's a lot of why I do it. I started the show in March of 2019 and For me again. Being older. I feel like I've always had a little bit different perspective than I can't even imagine the guys who started in this career in their early twenties or even myself. I just recently interviewed a guest who study started with 19. I look back at who I was and how I thought at 19, and I can't even imagine that, however, one thing that I've been passionate about with working with younger people I also actively I teach at our academy as well. And I want to highlight the fact that you are more than just a job Law enforcement's of vocation. Just as when I was a landscaper. That was my vocation or when I have done other things. Those were jobs. But it doesn't have to define me. What defines me What matters are really I mean, that is part of it, And it will certainly change who you are, which would get more into that in a little bit. But it also there's so much more with your family and so forth, and what what I saw with younger people and the older ones as well, but often with younger people in their twenties when they come in this career. It becomes all of whom they are. So whether they get this job and they finally have this badge and then come through a lot, you know they went through the academy. Nowadays, they probably have a degree at least a two or four year degree in criminal justice. And they finally get into this career. And then all of a sudden They consumes them. They're picking up off duties and extra duty so that they could make a little bit extra money on the side. And in what suffers family life suffers relationships suffer and all these other things were falling apart. So in March of 2019 looking at myself and doing a little reflection and saying, You know, I've heard the stories and I've seen what people have been in this career 10 years 15 years 20 years. When I first came on, I had an FTO Tell me You're going to be divorced. And you're going to be cynical. And when I first started, I was like, Why are you telling me this is a new officer that I'm going to be cynical and that I have to get divorced. Because that is just setting us up for failure. So I wanted to look at it from the other side of that equation and provide people with not only showing the human part of who they are, but also the tools and resource is for life outside the batch and wait. I guess you know when I think about what You know, I led into the show with what It's like to leave the house in the morning and kiss your spouse. Goodbye and, you know, sit in your kids don't know if you're coming home, and I'm not exaggerating. I mean, that that's got to be a very real thing. But just like you don't want an officer bringing their job back into the household. You don't want Home life. Interrupting what there. Do what they do out there on the streets because they need to be focused..
"maurin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"maurin" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
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"maurin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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