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"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Le Show
"Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten. He couldn't immediately be reached for comment. No kidding and wonder now let's turn to the let us try people to stand ta beautify country.
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
Tokyo Olympics 400m Hurdles: Sydney McLaughlin Blazes to Gold and World Record
"Sydney McLaughlin is on top in more ways than one In the women's 400 M hurdles. The current world record holder Sydney McLaughlin breaks her own world record. She gets the gold McGlaughlin crushed her own world record by a half second, his teammate and reigning Olympic champ Dalila Mohammad gets a silver. This time tomorrow, Minsa
Virus Ends VCU's NCAA Tournament Run as Oregon Advances
"It was supposed to be the final tip of the day between VCU and Oregon that was supposed to take place at Indiana Farmers Coliseum. But because of covert 19 protocols and positive tests within the VCU program, Oregon has moved on because of a no contest here is the Rams athletic director Ed McGlaughlin on his players. We've had it happen to us now, twice If you remember last year we got pulled off the floor. Right before he was supposed to play You, Mass. And now we have another one ripped away from us like this. So it Zhar. And done everything that we've asked them to do from a covert protocol perspective. I want to make sure it's clear. This isn't something where our team broke protocol on. Did the wrong thing. You know, it's just we don't know. How this happened, but it certainly wasn't because bad behavior on on our our side whatsoever. So it's brutal. That feeling the way you describe it as brutal on after I got off the phone with With Danny and Mitch. I called Mike and obviously he could tell you that tone of my voice. You know, it's just heartbroken for our student athletes, and I'm heartbroken for our coaches. I know everyone's who worked so hard for this so We best leave there. Dan being Dan Gavitt, who is the head of bad college basketball, with the answer two billion Mitch being Mitch Barnhart, the director of athletics at Kentucky, but also the men's basketball
Wet Notes - 3-14-21
"This is wet notes on scuba shack radio for sunday march fourteenth. Two thousand and twenty one starting off today. I want to give everyone an update on dive magazine. When the pandemic eight last year it caused the magazine to suspend publication and there was a disclaimer out on our website about the magazine. Being on hiatus well. I really liked this magazine. So i went out and check their website and i did not see this disclaimer anymore. So i reached out to the editor. Catherine castle garcia to check on the status. Catherine got back to me and she indicated that they are still in a holding pattern and are aiming to start publication again in the third or fourth quarter this year in the interim catherine and her husband are working on growing their business deeply designs and they are working on a feature length wildlife film. Let's dive training magazine. Hits discreet again. This year i really enjoy that publication. Now for those of us who love going to and diving into caymans. There's hope there. It sounds like they're making good progress down in the caymans on vaccinating population and according to the premier alden mcglaughlin if the cove nineteen vaccine vaccination rates. Keep up at the space. They are thinking that they'll be able to open the borders again in either late april or early may and with the penetration of the vaccine. There won't be any need to quarantine when you're entering the islands now. This is certainly something to look forward to. You don't have to twist my arm to head down. The sunset house where little cayman beach resort in the fight against plastic pollution. Back in february the ocean cleanup which is a nonprofit that was established in two thousand thirteen with the mission of developing technologies. That will rid the world ocean of plastics signed a memorandum of understanding with thailand and that memorandum of understanding was to deploy interceptors in. Thailand's rivers now. Rivers provide the highways for plastics to enter the ocean and intercepting plastics in the river. Before it gets to the ocean is just common sense. But a complex solution the ocean cleanup interceptor program is pretty cool. And they want to expand deployments to the thousand most polluting rivers around the world. Well that's certainly some good news coming out of thailand and hopefully the rest of the world you can check them out on the ocean. Cleanup dot com last week on. Noah's ocean podcast. The show featured another noah program ocean today on this episode. Kurt man discussed what ocean today is all about. Essentially is a series of short videos. That take complex science and present them in understandable one to three minute videos they cover deep sea exploration climate change marine life and more. These videos are thoroughly vetted with scientists to ensure that they get the science right. The videos are also being placed in kiosks at the smithsonian as well as thirty four other locations. I checked out five part series on shipwrecks. Pretty cool check out ocean today. Dot noah dot gov for more while the first quarter edition of alert diver magazine from divers alert network arrived last week. And it's an incredible one hundred pages of information the feature. This quarter include sure diving in monterey bay an article on diving in la paz mexico and an article on the power of american marine sanctuaries in addition to the feature articles. You'll find all the standard stuff. Most of that is in short concise articles. The research education and medicine section is really fantastic. I love going through that. Wanted to short articles also discussed turning tank valves on all the way versus a quarter. Turn back there's so much more to absorb in this publication also. I noted in in the letters to the editor. One of our divers submitted. A letter sent to them about doing pre dive. Safety checks so alert. Diver magazine is a great benefit to your dan membership and finally. I came across an article a couple of days ago titled this net flicks. Original will make you think twice before ordering the fisher today and it was a short article about the new. Netflix documentary called c. Spiracy and that would premiere on march twenty fourth this year. The film will present the urgency of protecting the world's oceans primarily focused on the dire implications of commercial fishing. This documentary was directed by ali to breezy and assistant director. Lucy to breezy. You can go to netflix and search on c. spiracy and watch the trailer in the article. They state that twenty. Four thousand fishery workers die each year while on the job. That's a lot. I just didn't realize how dangerous the fishing industry was now. One of the quotes from the spiracy. Instagram page says this film will radically transform the way we think and act on ocean conservancy conservation forever so mark your calendars and be sure to catch see spiracy on net flicks available march twenty fourth. Well that's it for wet notes for march fourteenth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Elaine mclaughlin who was Box folks type your answer in the chat box elaine mcglaughlin who was originally ahead of the visitors bureau She got together with fran. Manila and manila lives and benita springs. And she's an amazing person. She was a director of the florida park service and then she went on to become the first female director of the national park service during the bush administration and when she retired she moved to benita and the two of them got together. And i mean..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on KOMO
"The East Lake area. That's Eastlake Avenue. It's Stuart Street. We have a collision blocking the South bound right lane and your next report is coming up The camo forecast. Hi there, everybody. It is going to be stormy as we head into the final day of November. Can you believe it's already about to wrap up? We'll spend our Monday the same way we spent most of the month of November will be what industy in the lowlands and we'll see a lot of mountains. Snow in the high country Past travel gets tricky, with 2 to 9 inches of snow over most of the ski resorts into Monday afternoon, dusty, especially through Admiralty Inlet in the San Juans with a few blows of 50 in the Coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. All right. From Washington McGlaughlin Group, the American originals for over three decades. The sharpest minds best sources hardest talk. Hello. Welcome to another edition of the McLaughlin Group. Find your host Tom Rogan. This week's Panelists are the familiar faces of Eleanor Clift. Clarence Page and pack you cannon. And our special guest this week is Kelsey Harkness, Bhola. Welcome, Kelsey. It's for having me On that note. We should get to our first issue, which is issue one. Biden at home the barrel secure your family's health care. Barlow, achieve racial justice and root out systemic racism, his country. In the battle to save our planet. By getting climate under control. Joe Biden has a long wish list of programs and policies he intends to enact during.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"S. L. O. C coming up in the business week ahead other than the election economic reports that might move markets include construction spending, factory orders, auto sales, third quarter productivity and labor costs. The October unemployment report comes out Friday and the regular Federal Reserve meeting is this week, although the two day session that usually starts into Tuesday Is being pushed a Wednesday because of the election Once the election is over. Maybe we can start thinking about Thanksgiving, which will be downsized this year by the pandemic and smaller gatherings means increased demand for smaller turkeys. What that means is they may not be as available is readily available, and people will have to settle for a larger turkey so they'll be more leftovers and after store shelves emptied in the early days of the outbreak. Many grocers. Air stocking up on popular Turkey day supplies to avoid shortages disappoint chain really has driven both by the demand and the availability of the product's sales for online groceries and delivery services have been on the rise this year and Thanksgiving will be no exception. We have seen an increase in demand. Crowd cow is already seeing a spike in sales for its delivery service that sources meat from independent farms offering pasture raised birds. Ship Street your door set the turkey ships starting on November 8th so support to get your order in Before that day, NBC's Eliza McGlaughlin reporting, Airbnb is planning to reward it's vacation rental host with an endowment fund when it goes public. Sources tell the San Francisco Chronicle The company will initially see the fun with more than nine million of its shares currently valued at about $320 million and add more shares over time when it reaches a billion dollars. The fund would be used to help post financially during a crisis, create education programs and possibly provide direct payments to a select number. Federal regulators forced Airbnb to scrub a plan to give its four million host stock to thank them for their loyalty because 85% of them live outside the United States. However, Airbnb is still considering giving shares to its American hosts. Consumer and business news. Joe McConnell, NBC NEWS radio I Heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart as he discusses how remarkable the creative process is. Absolutely that's uh Just sitting around and you just wait for that inspiration of what? I'm going to write this song about, you.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Week ahead other than the election economic reports that might move markets include construction spending, factory orders, auto sales, third quarter productivity and labor costs. The October unemployment report comes out Friday and the regular Federal Reserve meeting is this week. Although the two day session that usually starts in the Tuesday is being pushed to Wednesday because of the election. Once the election is over. Maybe we can start thinking about Thanksgiving, which will be downsized this year by the pandemic and smaller gatherings means increased demand for smaller turkeys. What that means is they may not be as available as readily available, and people will have to settle for a larger turkey so they'll be more leftovers and after store shelves emptied in the early days of the outbreak. Many grocers. Air stocking up on popular Turkey day supplies to avoid shortages disappoint chain really has driven both by the demand and the availability of the product's sales for online groceries and delivery services have been on the rise this year and Thanksgiving will be no exception. We have seen an increase in demand. Crowd cow is already seeing a spike in sales for its delivery service that sources meat from independent farms offering pasture raised birds. Ship Street your door set the turkey ships starting on November 8th so support to get your order in Before that day, NBC's Eliza McGlaughlin reporting, Airbnb is planning to reward it's vacation rental host with an endowment fund when it goes public. Sources tell the San Francisco Chronicle The company will initially see the fun with more than nine million of its shares currently valued at about $320 million and add more shares over time when it reaches a billion dollars. The fund would be used to help post financially during a crisis, create education programs and possibly provide direct payments to a select number. Federal regulators forced Airbnb to scrub a plan to give its four million host stock to thank them for their loyalty because 85% of them live outside the United States. However, Airbnb Tom Martino, your trouble shooter 303713 top 037138255. Let's talk about.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That the sanctions would target defense contractors bowing and Raytheon, although details of the sanctions were not revealed. Last week, the State Department approved the sale of three weapons systems to Taiwan, which China has called an attack on their national interests. Bills in for NBC News radio sales of newly built homes down for the month but up to the year, the Census Bureau reports. Sales fell 3.5% in September, But there's still almost a third higher than September of last year. A new iPhone shortcut can automatically start recording video. And send a copy of it with your location to an emergency contact. NBC's Liz McGlaughlin explains. Once the shortcut is installed, you simply say, Hey, Siri, I'm getting pulled over. And it'll start a series of actions including dimming your home screen and starting a video with your front facing camera. Siri Shortcut also allows users to send a location and copy of the video to an emergency contact. To use the program. You'll need an iPhone updated to at least Iowa's 12 and the shortcuts. Find the download link by opening safari and searching for the getting pulled over by the police Shortcut. Once downloaded. You may also have to tweak security settings to enable Siri and allow other permissions to get it to work. Some police groups like it, too, because documenting the process can help both sides behaved. No equivalent shortcut for Android phones yet consumer in business News Joe McConnell, NBC news radio I. Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan asked about his tattoo situation. Will I have my Hutton's show book commander? I have the logo tattooed on my arm. And then I have my boys names tattooed on my wrist again. Then I have one home up, but she That Jason Aldean told everybody in the.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm Cheryl McGlaughlin on the landscape designer and builder. My company is called Kevin would landscapes after my late husband. And we have AH, website, which is Kevin would landscapes dot com and you could go on there and contact us and look at pictures of projects that we've done. And it's way we really pride ourselves on doing high quality work, sustainable landscape to use native plants or well adapted non native plants. Only, and we do beautiful construction projects. We build lots of cool stuff. Do irrigation lighting, water features retaining you name it. We do it all and you'll see that in the photos, but anyway, do give us a consideration. If you have a project to do. We're super busy right now. As usual in the fall. It's such a great time to be. Planting, but back to your issues, and I'm going to talk about the plume area again here for a second. But if you don't want to join the show 51283605 90 or toll free 8775 1955 25. The primary arrest that I mean, what it looks like to me is primary arrest. You can treat it was Sara made. Which is a product that will inhibit the germination the spores of the rest If, in fact it is rust. I cannot see the underside of the leaf. But that is my best recommendation based on this photo. Let's see. Who else can has a question. Okay. Good morning. Great shows always Thank you so much. So in page of two questions window, I plant my do Berries. If you have a containerized do Berries. They're rooted out in the pot. You can put him in the ground, right, Neil? On If on, I'm assuming that's what you have, or you wouldn't be asking me that question. Otherwise, sometimes you can get him in bare root form in January. Ah plan amount in the spring, but their you know their native plant the various or native so Um And then the other one is Ah, I have a Citrus tree that's in a pot on the ground. The roots have grown into the ground. I do not want it planted where it's at. Can I remove the tree? Without damaging it. So you're gonna have to cut the roots? Obviously, Joe and And most people would just call that root pruning. Ah, a lot of times we have to do that. It may Ah I don't know how big this is or anything like that. But When you do cut the roots to remove it from that location. You may find that you have to take back some of the canopy. Because you know, depends on how big the roots are that are growing into the ground and how dependent it is upon that, but I don't think you have a choice. If you don't want it where it's that you have to move it. Then you're gonna have to root prune it. And move it to another spot and compensate by removing some of thie. For canopy if you need to. Okay, Let's see what else we have here to talk about. Let's go to our next Okay, Here's another good text if Bluebonnets are already sprouting Does that mean they shouldn't be mode until after blooming next spring? That is correct. Richard. I would not move them and if they're in the lawn They're still going to be really little right now, if you need to move the grass and there in the grass, which you know, I guess you it happens. You just had to mow. Hi. Uh, because they will go ahead and come up. They need to get big though they need to get bigger. In order to sustain themselves, obviously, and to get the energy to grow into the plant that will bloom in the spring for you. So, Yeah, we don't want to move blue bonnets. I think that is one of the reasons we don't see Bluebonnets along the roadsides like we used to, because The fools that Mo that the roadsides really do it in such ridiculous times, sometimes not all of it, but ah, lot of times. I just go in there and mow whenever I don't know that I know they must have contracts with with the highway Department or what have you But I'm frequently screaming at him in my office. A drive up down 3 60, if nothing else, But, yeah, I think sometimes what they do is they go in there and scalp down. They scalp all the blue bonnets off before they have a chance to Mature enough to produce seeds, or they go in there and cut him before the seeds arrived in the and the spring the no seed production on the blue bonnet so that drives you crazy. That's just Okay. Speaking of that, let's Ah We've got a color online from vast drop about wild flowers. Hey, Leslie. Hey, I am just heard your other call about the wildflowers. And every year for my birthday in October, I throw out more blue bonnet. Dispatch, and they come out, okay, but there's the weeds around them are so big when they came at that it's Overshadows them, and I can't see them or enjoy them as I would like to. So I was wondering if there is something I can do about it now or later, because I know they're kind of a weed, so I don't want to kill them. But anyway, I'm trying to figure out how I can minimize the other week so that I could be live on in wildflowers. More. Yeah, I would think like we were just talking about mowing. Hi. You may have the weedy if I mean I don't know what the scenario is where you're at. But definitely you need Thio. Remove some of that competition because there They're shading it out now. Bluebonnets, of course, are by nature there that grow with other plants. So that be part of a meadow scenario. It's not like they can't take any competition. But if they're overshadowed, I mean part of the problem that we see again along the highways is that they're planning this really aggressive. You know, kind of grasses to re vegetate, and then they just crowd out the blue bonnets and overshadowed them primarily, I think So what I've got going on. So you're saying that like knowing early when they're about to come out? Yeah. Yeah. Cut the weeds down because, you know they're probably not going to be there all winner. I mean, they could. If they're weeds are probably gonna go dormant. I don't know what they are what you read czar, but it can't hurt to Mohan and and no high while the Bluebonnets are still little and get rid of some of that over shadowing situation. Okay, Perfect. All right. Well, thank you. You're welcome. Thanks for calling. Kill BJ. Today we have lines open at 51283605 90. We got a text. Remember? I was just talking about the grid pattern of the darker ST Aug. I guess it's same song Sing whatever kind of turf that photo was in the exact grid. And this person wrote in and said Cheryl. I used to get really green spots on my lawn where my male dog urinated. The female dog burns it, but the male dog left very green spots after he urinated there. I haven't seen the picture you were talking about for that lady, though. It's such a regular pattern that Cause you know, Normally, I would have thought of that, but is such a regular pattern? It's just bizarre. I mean it seriously as if somebody laid down a grid and said OK, let's fill elixir fertilized on each one of these spots. S so that's the only thing I can I can think of. Here's another good text. I have pots with pride of Barbados in Pomegranate 2 ft. Tall. Would it be a good time to plant now? Absolutely. Yes. Plant him the sooner the better. Because with the pride of Barbados a little plant like that it still has a couple of months before you know, we can expect Look at least a couple of months for we expect a hard freeze, and I think that would be good enough time for it to get It's little roots established in pomegranate, two pomegranates. Real hardy. So, yes, when you it's thisa, perfect time, y'all to plant just about any single thing you could think of to plant..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"mcglaughlin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is our kicker's military? Still on the team? No, no, he hasn't been on the team since midnight mid March, so he's rehabbing from that knee injury chase My Glaude. Was he released was the contract just not renewed, or contract was not renewed. He was a free agent and the Colts of God gotten younger, which I think wisely. I think Adam military's age will be 48 December. I don't think you could take that risk anymore. So he's done for the coal he has done as a coal. Yes. Granted, as we know it all kicking kicking scenarios. I guess you're never officially done but Chase McLaughlin, who kicked for vegetarian end last season, and then an undrafted free agent named Rodrigo Blankenship. Those two are competing Kip in Georgia with glasses, right, You've got the rec specs. Yeah, well, seeing Victor all depots to rock those tomorrow, But, yeah, Blankinship against Chase McGlaughlin for your kicker about sounds like a knack that clips a rule for something but those two are kicking against each other houses. So far, everybody got the advantage. Chase McLaughlin slightly. They've only kicked in front of us one day so far. Bar and I, you know, without preseason games, I'd probably feel more comfortable with the kid. That's done it in the NFL before he hasn't done. I mean, you know, he's only been in league for one year, and Blankenship did kick it. Georgia, which you know, you know full well, what SEC football is like, but he'd take more in front of Georgia in terms of fans and will ever kick in the NFL without a doubt, you know, having said that he's now kicking, you know, for probably more money than he made the SEC, which I guess you get maybe maybe out of the players. Players.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"There's another great one today in the Washington Post. But say it's well, I'll explain how could there be a great one in the Washington Post, it is? Here's the, the it's an op Ed written by William mcglaughlin. William McLaughlin, is these social media manager for the National Rifle Association. Aka an RA the headline is I wish the gay community were more accepting of gun supporters, comma, I should know. Last june. I attended my first pride parade writes William mcglaughlin. I'm a twenty four year old gay man and the downtown DC event came two months after I started my new job as social media manager for the National Rifle Association. The district where I live is a liberal city gay, people are embraced guns are not. You don't have to see how the district votes to know that you can tell by the signs and people's yards the bumper stickers on their cars. They gay community is largely gun to at the parade. These worlds collided. I found myself at an event where I should have felt at home. But instead, I felt hated. It wasn't all in my head, people chanted and obscenity about the NRA as they marched down peace treat northwest. I don't understand why the LGBT community is so hostile toward the second amendment. I'd like to ask my fellow gays. To take a moment to consider this issue through a different lens. I longed for the day when the gay community will galvanize significant political might and work toward making practical changes. That would let gays better protect themselves. When laws don't. It isn't news that gay men and lesbians are frequently the victims of hate crimes in DC, crimes motivated by anti LGBTQ bias increased by fifty percent between two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen that's mostly reporting just by the way, then it is once again what a DC voted like ninety eight percent for for Hillary Clinton or not for Donald Trump or something like that. So I guess what it must be the other two percent that committing all these terrible crimes, but I doubt it from forty incidents to sixty one, according to statistics nationwide, blah, blah, blah, if we in the gay community. No, we are frequent targets. Why do we overwhelmingly oppose laws that protect our right to defend ourselves? Why do I find myself at party after party defending my decision to work for the NRA? Why does my wanting to own a firearm make some gay people? I meet accused me of being self hating, kind of strange. It's about intersection -ality, see when you support some left wing causes. You must support all left-wing causes otherwise. The mob will punish you so -cially professionally financially whatever they can punish you. They will punish you. They will meet out punishment. Why is the community that prides itself on inclusion and tolerance, so intolerant toward the second amendment? Welcome to the Dan spell the NRA, and those who believe in a right to self-defense here, the gay community is, so aligned itself, the anti-gun political party than it has become unable to see beyond party lines. Hey, you really I think you're finding out what's going on here? This is not a time for ideologues. It is. The fight is not over. We must because the left will never stop arguing and fighting about everything because that's what they do. They're just disagreeable maladjusted Mel, contented misanthropic miscreants. We must be nimble inclusive and open to new ideas and be four. We can be fully be all of those things we must feel empowered to keep ourselves safe. Now, he wrote this, this pace and was offered a position of the NRA. I felt my core beliefs where in conflict while I was considering the position friends urged me to say no, because the NRA was homophobic and only existed for old straight white men. Yeah, the Bill of rights is for all trait. White men join us it's pretty good being straight white men. But I convinced myself that I would be able to leave my sexuality at home and bring my second amendment passion to work. I took the job two weeks. After I started at the NRA's annual meeting, Dallas, Chris, w Cox executive director of the NRA institute for legislative action gave a speech that impressed me. He said we fight for you. Whether you're black white rich poor gay straight, because your life matters equally you have every right to be proud of it, and every right to defend it, and the National Rifle Association is proud to represent you. I decided to be open about my sexuality at work at the NRA the terrible NRA with all the you know they're terrible. People what I meant was nonchalance. No one cared. I was embraced, as a fellow second amendment supporter. Just like everyone else, I work with people from all over the United States from different faiths, and different races. Also. I'm not the only openly gay person we are United in our belief that no one takeaway, our right to defend ourselves stereotypes hurt society. He said, they put large swats of people at a box. That's what the democrat party does. They have a lot of boxes and they live in them. And they create a sense of otherness, they're all big on this otherness thing, the gay community has worked hard to remove it self from that box the values that unite us our tolerance acceptance and acceptance and personal freedom. We've come so far, but the journey isn't over what he's saying is that the NRA is much more tolerant than his own community, than liberal Washington DC than the gay community that the NRA is more open minded, more accepting more inclusive and nonchalant. And that's kind of it. It's like honestly I look around all the time. And I say that say, well, what is the what, what do you care? I this person's gay that person's black this person's Asian that presents panic who cares. That's america. That's the America was raised in the America, I believe in the left doesn't believe in that, that's not who the left is. That's not what the democrat party is. They're the party of division of racial balkanisation. Not just polarization, balkanisation of identity politics dividing, to conquer to create coalitions of the aggrieved intersection, -ality, you know, lawn peace. I'm reading right now on intersection -ality, and it's absurd. It is. It's amti-american. It's un-american it defeats the purpose of humankind sharing a planet of Americans sharing a nation a constitution, a Bill of rights and idea. Dare I say, and then he wrote the piece, and then the Washington Post published it and William mcglaughlin goes by Billy mcglaughlin on on his Twitter account says on Twitter, he writes interesting responses, to my Washington Post piece about being a gay second amendment supporter, the quote unquote, tolerant left called me racists, a traitor, ugly, fat a Nazi a terrorist. Homophobic and a disgrace. He's gay he's homophobic, just like any conservative gay person. And a black conservative is selling he should go pick cotton, and he gay conservative is homophobic, homophobic, I love that, how can they be homophobic is his again, conservatives called me, American patriot. A gentleman a trail blazer and a friend pound. Sign enough said. Just to cover that again. This is the article I didn't read the whole article that I read much of it and key elements. He is fascinated. Billy mcglaughlin at the NRA gay American in his twenties. Lives in Washington DC was hesitant to take the job at the NRA because his friends, you know, and liberals, he wrote this pro second amendment Bill of rights, right to defend yourself says gay, people should have the right to defend themselves. Either leave that to. And he says the tolerant left called me racist traitor, fat, ugly. Nazi terrorist, homophobic, and a disgrace conservatives called him an American patriot gentlemen, a trailblazer and a friend. And then he said enough said, that's, that's exactly right. Exactly right. Representative will heard is an African American Republican member of the house of representatives who was in his previous life, a Central Intelligence Agency, covert operations officer. He was out in the field fighting al-qaeda the bad guys. He was also one of the officers involved in the creation of their first cybersecurity. First generation cybersecurity stuff Representative will heard will no longer be speaking as cyber security conference after critics. That's lefties expressed outrage over his voting record on abortion. It's abortion heard a former undercover officer advocate for a cyber security on Capitol Hill was invited to speak at black hat. One of the biggest I think it's the biggest seiger cybersecurity conferences in the country being held in Las Vegas. Nevada in August, but tech crunch security editor Zach Whitaker highlighted. They on Thursday. What he described was herds, quote, terrible voting record on women's rights. Now. Wait a minute. What does this have to do with cyber secure? Let's start women's and this is what they call abortion women's rights. It includes voting against funding for Planned Parenthood K. All right. Supporting restrictions on late term abortions. Third tro in the kid can get walk around and go to school on their own. And they say that he let's see he opposed a program, supporting women in stem, science technology, engineering, mathematics fields, which is of course BS that was one of these omnibus bills that has the kitchen sink in there, and he voted against it for different reasons. But lefties, and let's just say that the Zach Whitaker guy is a lefty because he is. And he says, Representative will hurt. Keynote black hat speaker later this year. He's one of only a few lawmakers who get cyber, but he has a terrible voting record on women's rights, women's rights. And then Eva, keynote from, from a lawmaker who doesn't believe women should have fundamental human rights, fundamental human rights is third trimester abortion. Screw humans. What about what about me? Pretty amazing stuff, not a great way to make women feel welcome at the Infosec community. So now reasonable people are dropping out of this black hat conference because it's just it's been taken over by insane intolerant. Left-wing closed minded, baby. Slaughtering Arve, organ, harvesting, barbarians, also known as the Democratic Party. Yeah. Because they're tolerant tolerant. Of infanticide. They love infanticide. It's kind of their new bag baby. Hey, confederate monument and Nashville was vandalize vandalized with the words they were racists, because they're teller a confederate statue in Nashville. Centennial Park was vandalized late Sunday night with the words they were racist. It looks like spray painter. They looks like they threw a bucket of paint on it, too. It's a statue of on a pedestal confederate soldier with rifle kind of had no hat looks kind of defeated. Really the statue built almost fifty years after the civil war ended as meant to be a memorial to Tennessee soldiers who fought in the war paint was poured over the names of more than five hundred soldiers inscribed in a plaque on the monument. And Nashville metro police departments officers would be reviewing security footage is the first time this kind of vandalism as occurred as we well know university of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Poured red ink and some of their own blood do a confederate monument on the university's campus silent Sam is the name of the Satcher there. But because they're tolerant, they're very tolerant people. We know that they're very tolerant. You know, we should go to a phone call. I haven't gone to a phone call in a while, since Walter the live dazzled with his impressive. Knowledge broad-based, deep knowledge of the news events of the day, and, and his conversational skills. Let's go to let's go the phones. Let's go to Lamar calling from Colorado. Lamar you're on the Chris Plante show. Thanks for hanging in there. Hey, lemar. So alter kinda he brought up an interesting situation where it kinda shows how you have to dismiss almost everything that liberals are arguing about because they're not really trying to make a valid point. They're just trying to be disruptive and everything like that. So he he tried to be a radically..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on KOMO
"Or as proxies. Either steps they could take to protect you personnel and interest in the region. Elizabeth thanks for the information this morning ABC news Pentagon correspondent, Elizabeth mcglaughlin. Komo news time five fifty. And now the propel insurance money update. Microsoft is warning that a computer bug. It is snap. Patched could be used by a cyber weapon similar to the wannacry worm which spread across the globe two years ago. The bug is one of several high profile computer security issues to emerge this week, though. The impact isn't yet clear. Microsoft says it hasn't seen anyone take advantage of the flaw which affects older versions of its windows operating system. But it believes it's highly likely the flaw will wind up being exploited by malicious software. Boeing is transferred in order for four seven thirty-seven. Max jets to an undisclosed customer from India's grounded Jet Airways the airline had orders for seventy five of the planes. Boeing delivered ten of it's seven thirty seven N G jets in April as well as twelve seven eighty seven's a seven forty seven and eight triple seven that's your money now. Jennifer Kushinka, KOMO news. The numbers are looking a little more pessimistic on Wall Street this morning as we approach next hours opening bell, the futures. The indicators are losing a little ground. Now, the Dow futures down about two thirds of a percent that would be a Dow loss of about one hundred sixty two points. The s&p futures down about eighteen and a half, the NASDAQ down about fifty and we'll check traffic and weather for you. Coming up next here on the KOMO morning news, carpets planning, a spring break getaway. Well with the Capital One venture card. You were an unlimited double miles on any purchase..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Was there is some there was a type of product that has gone the way of the dodo, and that is a suitcases that you had this little on a string the su- that the suitcases that have a laptop slot. They they don't those those are they're going out. Nobody wants those because everybody bought him, including us. And then what do you do you end up packing your stuff on a carry on? But you keep your laptop in the bag that is always in. And then you use that as like your your backpack, your additional bag, you don't leave your your your computer bag at home, take the computer out and put it in your carry on. Because what about all the other crap that you need every single day? That's in your laptop bag. Well, I do exactly what you just said. You don't do what I put it into a backpack that has its I'll put it into back bigger backpack. That has a bunch of stuff we travel a lot has already the only doing. I think you're you're pro subpar, you know, you you bring and I know I'm in judging you now, but you bring a regular backpack on a trip, and I'll do that if it's a short trip. But if I need some. Mm stuff to be packed. And I don't want to check anything up put it in that wanted to check anything. I'm checking something is that in interpreting that his judgment. I'm saying you must think it's better to not check something. Well, first of all, I prefer to travel with my big backpack because it has other things I there's budget pockets in there that have like hand sanitizer in moisturizer and sunscreen in all kinds of things that are just in there. Always that. I don't have him a regular backpack. And so I know that I got to do is put my laptop in there in fact for a while there. I had a completely duplicate set of chargers for all my stuff. I never had to take out of that backpack. Of course, I've got children. And so they've taken them either. They're gone. But so now, I just take it out of my I just take the little coil of like, you know, laptop charger phone charger watch. Charger, and I just move it over. And then I moved aniseed says simple man, see, I'm taking books. I've got a big book, elk my wife bought me a novel by a guy named James a mcglaughlin, and she just bought it because his name was mcglaughlin bare skin. I'm going to read that. Okay. I don't just it's got a coup. It's huge. It's a hardback. What are we going to put that? I gotta have a big bag for that. See I think if I had a big bag what you're saying is really appealing to me like having everything. Oh, my back. You also should have. Lose ready to go. Don't duplicate your own toiletries. I would constantly I I would come back from a trip, and I would I would carry that around forever. Because my laptop back basically has all that stuff in it hand bomb hand sanitizer multiple headphones. Chargers all that stuff. Is there anyway, for my everyday I travel every time I move I'm traveling to Nikola true. So that's that's what I do. But then I also like pack up freaking big piece of luggage that I gotta check that has everything including a pillow given the upcoming episode of GM that we're that we're packing a pillow for us not on the plane, but in the hotel room..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on WTVN
"As we continue with Jonathan gillum, and Danielle mcglaughlin the thing is regardless of what the results are. I just gave you the economic statistics. You know, we have record low jobless claims at a record low the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine when the Mets won the World Series Danielle and then every record for African Americans Spanich Americans Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment whose policies work better. For the forgotten men and women that I care about in this country. We're all Americans to me. We're gonna find out around techs time. How people feeling about the the Trump headed what what what did we see in eight years of Obama versus two plus years at Trump? What are we seeing a dramatic economic turnaround true or false? He was born on bass the phone on advice, and the Obama administration the precipice of economic meltdown and brought us to a place where brought us to place. What what how do you add thirteen million more Americans to the food stamp rolls? Eight million more Americans in poverty. How do you say that Trump's deregulation largest tax cuts in history energy independent for the first time in seventy plus years? How do you just dismiss it? Oh, no, no, no Obama that Obama had eight years you're still talking about his first year in office. I'm saying that the Trump administration inherited something that the Obama administration did not Donald from George Bush is very sick of hearing about planning Bush for eight years of failure. It's ridiculous. Jonathan. I think if you look at where the country was before Obama, and where the country was we know when the land what you have to look at is that there was no overall improvement in the quality of life. The numbers say this or the numbers could be squeezed that way. But the reality is the division in the country was worse known of the wars ever got solved or finish. And the overall quality of life did not improve even people who got quote unquote, ObamaCare were unable to use it because we're too high. So believable. Yes. It is millions lost their plans their doctors and paid more. But I gotta run. Thank thank you all for being with us. Right. When we come back. We'll get to your phone calls. Other news of the day. News roundup information overload continues on the Sean Hannity show. Your shot at one thousand dollars now. Text the nationwide keyword hundred hundred you'll get a confirmation message. This nationwide. Contest van two.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To be in some places this idea that you shouldn't have to work to get paid. Woman by the name of Nicole mcglaughlin. She's from the Saint Augustine Catholic church in south bend, Indiana. I think everyone can work should work. But the way to get people into the workplace not motivating them by punishing them and taking away their health care, and that's what we're fighting for. It's a fighting to here at least in the state of the Anna annual might be saying another states abandoned plans to make people prove they're working to be able to get government healthcare. I don't know why that's a bad idea. Why is it a bad idea to say work get out there doing something contributing? Why is this such a bad idea? Why in the world would we think that somehow? This is punishing them. To Nicole mcglaughlin. Of Saint Augustine Catholic church in south bend. I believe you're mistaken. It is not punishing them. It is making a statement to the contract that we should put in place with ourselves. Then our issue is not care. Our issue if we were to say, it is an issue is to ensuring the care goes to the right people and that those who can do. That we are not a society of givers and takers. But rather we are a society that actually cares about each other. And the way we show that care. Well, that can come in many, many different ways. I never said it had to come in in terms of paying large scaling taxes. There's plenty that can be done. Given shared worked on at cetera. That is that is helpful. There's nothing wrong with saying to people we are here to help. And you also need to be here to help. I think that's valuable. I think that's important. And I am I am kind of stunned when there are people who are out there like, oh, that's that's that's that's so rude. That's so wrong. It's not wrong. It's not wrong at all. In in a couple of different places, she's discussing how people may have mental health drug abuse problems are able to work, but still need diabetes or blood pressure medications. If you want to engage the carve outs, you're more than welcome to. But why is it that those people who are writing the check have no right to any type of standards to the check that they are writing. They're not entitled to say. Hey, we're going to give here. But we want something in return. Why is that so offensive because there might be someone out there has mental health drug abuse problems? Okay. Are we now to believe that anybody who has a mental health issue? And I don't know what we consider mental health issues in this case is unable on every level to be of service. Well, there's somebody who's completely incapacitated in that way. Who can't do these things? All right, then that's a serious mental health issue. But if we're talking about some other type of mental issue that would that doesn't keep them from in some way, contributing to where they live to where we all live. What is what is the issue? What is the issue? It is it is to my way of thinking very very backwards. Very backwards. To come to the conclusion that it's wrong to ask people to work. You're going to immediately go to the idea of the carve out person as opposed to the main the increase in expanse of Medicaid has put people on the system who do not need to be there. And they are keeping other people from being able to get the help they desperately need. Let's start with that. And of those people we should demand more than just work. We demand that they get off the system.
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Down ice. He's out of Calgary. Alberta. Ten Canadians on this era zone estate team where they gotta recruit. Everybody wants to get out a candidate. During the winter. Here comes waiting winter. Sorry. I didn't mean that was that was a cheap shot. Really bad back across the line. Mcglaughlin brought to the blue line. Nanny swings at left skating down the mcglaughlin one touch tip back to the point. Gophers work in the left side of cityscapes in the circle off the wall. Say that gets it back now finds nanny to the right for Walker. Sit up to a stick Charlotta block burqas after it. Rona goals the left corner for Jack city while the girls over boys. Let's get the puck on the net. Now, everything's help side and the perimeter Walker back in the point nanny lets it go that's tipped wide. It gets it on the left side now ours across is washer Scorza to appoint the roster, and that is blocked that one stunned Gruber. Uncorked lawn. That's off target half a minute a power play laugh Walker with the puck. Try to play it to the point. Mrs everybody in sales all the way back gopher will change and get their first power play unit out Bill and takes alliance asks from Robson streaks down the left side trying to cut. Cases after they've lasted and back the other direction, come the sun devil Maniscalco made a great play there. Yes. He did. Just enough -able poke to break up the effort. Sun. Devils return the full string five on five hockey, she here trailing fast for fiddly cross is feed trying to scoop down the left side is gates built behind the net with a pass now to Sheehy in the right wing corner. Back behind the net picked off by Maniscalco antiquing by the defensemen passionate. You know, we're not hard enough. On putts pucks. Just kind of bumping and then not get in there. You're stuck now. Reaching in with their sticks. Exactly, exactly Frank. One one hockey game. Eight twenty to go here in our second period. I a two games on the weekend non conference games for the gophers against Arizona. The sun devil tried to center, but Yanssons passes block gophers regain the park and Zoll door has it in front of the on a bench. But then missed it. Ferreting on is rosy. He takes knee and dumped to the ice. There'll be another Zona paint becoming for kneeing..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Right. Like the fact that this is the first bullet fired across the bow of the ship. You know when it came out. I thought ha I wonder what obviously we've tried concerns. But I wonder why this is the starting point. And now, we go because you know, we don't know all the other names of folks who are approved, but you can bet that if this guy and the other folks who would evaluated that below. Liberty of potential applications. It said not a chance to help reduce thirty people. There's stuff there that is going to be profoundly troubling when it comes out. So yeah. But again the pound doors box. You can't put it all back. So all right. We'll take a thank you so much for taking time to talk to this. I just really wanted to to bring you on here. So that I could bend your ear about how pissed off. I am that now we know that there's this guy who's just letting people in because Trump wants them to be let in and that's really really frightening. It's a huge national security problem. And you know, they're still, of course, bitching about Hillary's emails. So here we are. And that and that explains everything right like, and this is the thing who knows what what else the gang of eight knows. But I'm glad to at least there's you know, there's actually be taken in this direction. And you know, the other side of this coin, of course, is how much longer Kushner might need a security cracks because my hope is that. Of course, this whole saga will be on for too long. All right. Elizabeth thank you so much for coming. You see 'em. Thank you so much for come on everybody. Check out. Distance live, Elizabeth Utah, everyone where they can find your show. Yeah. Absolutely. So we're on we broadcast live on Facebook five days a week at Facebook dot com slash Elizabeth crow. Nice. That's the R O S E mcglaughlin. You can also find us on patriot..
"mcglaughlin" Discussed on WTVN
"The Friday night beers show. Todd you have a question for for Jason. Yes. I do. Hey, I was drinking the half a Weysan from north high. And then it went seasonal, I guess. And then I switched over the Honey wheat whatever wiser never become just an everyday beer. Or is. It only seasonal we. Probably will not bring half of is in back in cans. It will come back on draft potentially during the summer. But I just found like that beer did not age as well. As other beers in the can. And it's just for me. It was just not something that was acceptable to me. I I wanna make sure I put the best beer out there. And I know it had its loyalists. I apologize for pulling the rug out from under there. But look for it on draft during the summer. But I think cans, unfortunately, you might not see it. No. That's all right. I switched to the Honey wheat, and that's just fine with me. But that was really good. So appreciate it, man. Thank you for staying a loyal customer. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for calling Todd. And that's that's pretty cool. I mean, you admit you've got your own quality control going there. And it's it's kind of refreshing to hear that you go. You know, what not meeting my standards? Yeah. It's it's tough call because we do have we did have a lot of loyalists there. And and you know when the beer was fresh. I, you know, I agree. I thought it was great. But it just it just doesn't hold up. I mean, it's it's the style has a lot of yeast in it on purpose. But that yeast does funny things in in the can let's talk with Patrick mcglaughlin a bit thanks for carbon out some time to join us tonight. Patrick, by the way, delink Christian says to say hi Dylan Dylan's been in a couple of times he's going to be back on next week gray. So anyway, I he asked that I pass that along you've been playing for a long time in Columbus. And you spent a good chunk of time out on the road aside from being on the road. Did you ever not live in Columbus? No, no, no. I'm pretty much Columbus native, okay? Because I was gonna ask what brought you back. But it it just sounds like it was the end of the tour. I guess brought you time time who made you wanna play. I grew up in a very musical family. My grandparents on both sides played on on one side, we have bluegrass and old country. And on the other side, we had a rock and roll show. Ben. When you say rock and roll show band defined defined Aachen's fifties, sixties rock and roll. Okay. Early soul music for for people. That may not be familiar with you. I nobody likes to be categorized or compared to. But I gotta admit I was listening to your latest CD this afternoon, and I couldn't help. But think of kind of like Robert Cray, would you? I appreciate it. Robert Cray, one of my favorites. Okay. And so no, you're happy with that. I'm happy with it. Are you working on something new right now? I am I'm not recording anything yet. But that I'm working on songs that have been stacking up. Since the last CD. And what would you say about your music is it traditional blues contemporary blues blues rock something I'm kind of known in the blues world, but you know, I don't think of it as this is fairly straight blues stuff. I I kinda pull from everything country American music is what I play. Okay. And well, I guess that kind of answers my question because you know, nobody likes to be specifically categorized or tied to a certain thing. You just do what you do. And. Feel like it it sort of fits in into the blues John fits into Americana, and maybe country rock a little bit of everything and where can people see you perform every Tuesday. I run a jam session at crazy mule here in Columbus on Cleveland avenue. And February second will be at Oliver's. Okay. And all right. So once again, Patrick mcglaughlin playing guitar for us tonight. We'll hear more from him shortly. We'll get back with Jason mckibben and Kelsey Steve from north high brewing. First of all, let's see if we can put an instant grand in your hand with this keyword, your.