35 Burst results for "Mid Nineteen Ninety"

US set to remove 5 groups from foreign terrorism blacklist

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

US set to remove 5 groups from foreign terrorism blacklist

"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is set set set set to to to to remove remove remove remove five five five five extremist extremist extremist extremist groups groups groups groups from from from from its its its its list list list list of of of of foreign foreign foreign foreign terrorist terrorist terrorist terrorist organizations organizations organizations organizations I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a closer closer closer closer look look look look the the the the group's group's group's group's once once once once pose pose pose pose significant significant significant significant threats threats threats threats killing killing killing killing hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds if if if if not not not not thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of people people people people across across across across Asia Asia Asia Asia Europe Europe Europe Europe and and and and the the the the Middle Middle Middle Middle East East East East but but but but all all all all are are are are believed believed believed believed to to to to now now now now be be be be defunct defunct defunct defunct organizations organizations organizations organizations include include include include the the the the Basque Basque Basque Basque separatist separatist separatist separatist group group group group ETA ETA ETA ETA or or or or ETA ETA ETA ETA the the the the Japanese Japanese Japanese Japanese called called called called om om om om shinri shinri shinri shinri coke coke coke coke which which which which carried carried carried carried out out out out the the the the deadly deadly deadly deadly sarin sarin sarin sarin gas gas gas gas attack attack attack attack on on on on the the the the Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo subway subway subway subway in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five Kahane Kahane Kahane Kahane chai chai chai chai or or or or Koch Koch Koch Koch radical radical radical radical orthodox orthodox orthodox orthodox Jewish Jewish Jewish Jewish group group group group the the the the mujahideen mujahideen mujahideen mujahideen shura shura shura shura council council council council in in in in the the the the environs environs environs environs of of of of Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem an an an an umbrella umbrella umbrella umbrella group group group group of of of of several several several several jihadist jihadist jihadist jihadist organizations organizations organizations organizations based based based based in in in in Gaza Gaza Gaza Gaza and and and and comma comma comma comma all all all all its its its its Lumia Lumia Lumia Lumia or or or or Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic group group group group I. I. I. I. N. N. N. N. G. G. G. G. Gyptian Gyptian Gyptian Gyptian SUNY SUNY SUNY SUNY Islamist Islamist Islamist Islamist movement movement movement movement that that that that fought fought fought fought to to to to topple topple topple topple Egypt's Egypt's Egypt's Egypt's government government government government during during during during the the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen nineties nineties nineties nineties I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

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00:58 sec | Last week

Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

"Justice justice justice justice Clarence Clarence Clarence Clarence Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas says says says says the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court has has has has been been been been changed changed changed changed by by by by the the the the leak leak leak leak of of of of a a a a draft draft draft draft opinion opinion opinion opinion earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month suggesting suggesting suggesting suggesting the the the the court court court court is is is is poised poised poised poised to to to to overturn overturn overturn overturn the the the the right right right right to to to to an an an an abortion abortion abortion abortion recognized recognized recognized recognized in in in in roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at his his his his comments comments comments comments it's it's it's it's like like like like kind kind kind kind of of of of an an an an infidelity infidelity infidelity infidelity that that that that you you you you can can can can explain explain explain explain it it it it but but but but you you you you can't can't can't can't undo undo undo undo it it it it justice justice justice justice Clarence Clarence Clarence Clarence Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas joined joined joined joined the the the the court court court court in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety one one one one and and and and has has has has long long long long called called called called for for for for roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade to to to to be be be be overturned overturned overturned overturned speaking speaking speaking speaking at at at at a a a a conference conference conference conference in in in in Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Friday Friday Friday Friday he he he he described described described described the the the the leak leak leak leak of of of of justice justice justice justice Samuel Samuel Samuel Samuel Alito's Alito's Alito's Alito's draft draft draft draft as as as as an an an an unthinkable unthinkable unthinkable unthinkable breach breach breach breach of of of of trust trust trust trust when when when when you you you you lose lose lose lose that that that that trust trust trust trust especially especially especially especially in in in in the the the the institution institution institution institution that that that that I'm I'm I'm I'm in in in in it it it it changes changes changes changes the the the the institution institution institution institution fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally are are are are you you you you begin begin begin begin to to to to look look look look over over over over your your your your shoulder shoulder shoulder shoulder adding adding adding adding up up up up the the the the leaker leaker leaker leaker that that that that general general general general attitude attitude attitude attitude is is is is your your your your future future future future on on on on the the the the bench bench bench bench and and and you you you need need need to to to be be be concerned concerned concerned about about about that that that that that that audio audio audio Kerr Kerr Kerr to to to see see see the the the American American American enterprise enterprise enterprise institute institute institute I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Panthers beat Caps in OT, win 1st playoff series since 1996

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Panthers beat Caps in OT, win 1st playoff series since 1996

"The the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers have have have have advanced advanced advanced advanced to to to to the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference semifinals semifinals semifinals semifinals with with with with a a a a four four four four three three three three overtime overtime overtime overtime win win win win over over over over the the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals in in in in game game game game six six six six series series series series star star star star Carter Carter Carter Carter he he he he followed followed followed followed his his his his five five five five point point point point performance performance performance performance in in in in game game game game five five five five by by by by scoring scoring scoring scoring two two two two forty forty forty forty six six six six into into into into the the the the extra extra extra extra session session session session the the the the goal goal goal goal came came came came after after after after T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie tied tied tied tied it it it it on on on on a a a a power power power power play play play play was was was was sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three seconds seconds seconds seconds left left left left in in in in regulation regulation regulation regulation Claude Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux Giroux had had had had a a a a goal goal goal goal and and and and two two two two assists assists assists assists for for for for Florida Florida Florida Florida your your your your goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to keep keep keep keep moving moving moving moving forward forward forward forward but but but but more more more more series series series series and and and and the the the first first first step step step is is is done done done now now now we we we move move move on on on we we we turn turn turn the the the page page page and and and how how how we we we focus focus focus on on on wrong wrong wrong tutors tutors tutors for for for eighty eighty eighty had had had six six six goals goals goals and and and twelve twelve twelve points points points in in in the the the series series series for for for the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers who who who hadn't hadn't hadn't won won won a a a playoff playoff playoff rounds rounds rounds is is is reaching reaching reaching the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety six six six Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup final final final the the the caps caps caps haven't haven't haven't won won won a a a series series series since since since one one one of of of the the the twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup on on on the the the ferry ferry ferry

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Norway slams Afghan Taliban edict demanding women cover up

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Norway slams Afghan Taliban edict demanding women cover up

"Norway's Norway's Norway's Norway's hitout hitout hitout hitout against against against against the the the the latest latest latest latest Afghan Afghan Afghan Afghan Taliban Taliban Taliban Taliban policy policy policy policy No No No Way Way Way slammed slammed slammed the the the latest latest latest edict edict edict demanding demanding demanding women women women cover cover cover up up up had had had to to to tow tow tow in in in public public public and and and has has has warned warned warned Afghanistan's Afghanistan's Afghanistan's new new new rulers rulers rulers all all all steering steering steering the the the country country country towards towards towards a a a humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian economic economic economic and and and human human human rights rights rights catastrophe catastrophe catastrophe the the the Taliban Taliban Taliban decree decree decree announced announced announced on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday oldies oldies oldies all all all Afghan Afghan Afghan women women women to to to wear wear wear all all all covering covering covering closing closing closing in in in public public public the the the traditional traditional traditional burqa burqa burqa and and and threatens threatens threatens to to to punish punish punish them them them male male male relatives relatives relatives in in in cases cases cases of of of non non non compliance compliance compliance it it it evokes evokes evokes similar similar similar restrictions restrictions restrictions on on on women women women and and and other other other hardline hardline hardline measures measures measures imposed imposed imposed by by by the the the Taliban Taliban Taliban during during during that that that previous previous previous nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety six six six two two two thousand thousand thousand one one one rule rule rule of of of Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles for for for this this this month month month

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Afghanistan's Taliban order women to wear burqa in public

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Afghanistan's Taliban order women to wear burqa in public

"Afghanistan's Afghanistan's Afghanistan's Afghanistan's Taliban Taliban Taliban Taliban government government government government supported supported supported supported all all all all Afghan Afghan Afghan Afghan women women women women to to to to wear wear wear wear the the the the all all all all covering covering covering covering burqa burqa burqa burqa in in in in public public public public the the the the need need need need to to to to confirm confirm confirm confirm the the the the worst worst worst worst fears fears fears fears of of of of rights rights rights rights activists activists activists activists in in in in the the the the country country country country and and and and will will will will heighten heighten heighten heighten tensions tensions tensions tensions between between between between the the the the new new new new list list list list on on on on the the the the international international international international community community community community share share share share Muhammad's Muhammad's Muhammad's Muhammad's an an an an official official official official from from from from the the the the Taliban's Taliban's Taliban's Taliban's vice vice vice vice and and and and virtue virtue virtue virtue ministry ministry ministry ministry announced announced announced announced there there there there will will will will be be be be consequences consequences consequences consequences for for for for those those those those who who who who do do do do not not not not follow follow follow follow the the the the new new new new rules rules rules rules I I I I mean mean mean mean I I I I don't don't don't don't let let let let the the the the coloring coloring coloring coloring expressly expressly expressly expressly should should should should be be be be identified identified identified identified and and and and that that that that god god god god and and and the the the women women women themselves themselves themselves should should should be be be punished punished punished the the the decree decree decree effects effects effects similar similar similar restrictions restrictions restrictions on on on women women women during during during the the the Taliban's Taliban's Taliban's previous previous previous hardline hardline hardline rule rule rule between between between nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety six six six and and and two two two thousand thousand thousand and and and one one one Khalid Khalid Khalid Hanafi Hanafi Hanafi the the the acting acting acting minister minister minister for for for the the the Taliban's Taliban's Taliban's vice vice vice and and and virtue virtue virtue ministry ministry ministry said said said the the the ruling ruling ruling was was was to to to allow allow allow Afghan Afghan Afghan women women women to to to live live live with with with what what what he he he called called called dignity dignity dignity and and and safety safety safety I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Capitals rally late, stun top-seeded Panthers 4-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Capitals rally late, stun top-seeded Panthers 4-2 in Game 1

"The the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals come come come come from from from from behind behind behind behind to to to to upset upset upset upset the the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers for for for for two two two two for for for for a a a a road road road road win win win win in in in in game game game game one one one one of of of of the the the the first first first first round round round round of of of of the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference playoffs playoffs playoffs playoffs T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie scored scored scored scored the the the the winning winning winning winning goal goal goal goal midway midway midway midway through through through through the the the the third third third third period period period period Tom Tom Tom Tom Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson and and and and Evgeny Evgeny Evgeny Evgeny Kuznetsov Kuznetsov Kuznetsov Kuznetsov also also also also scored scored scored scored Lars Lars Lars Lars eller eller eller eller got got got got the the the the empty empty empty empty netter netter netter netter and and and and VTech VTech VTech VTech valid valid valid valid check check check check stopped stopped stopped stopped thirty thirty thirty thirty shots shots shots shots Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky kept kept kept kept forty forty forty forty in in in in the the the the game game game game with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty four four four four saves saves saves saves Sam Sam Sam Sam Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett and and and and Claude Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux Giroux scored scored scored scored for for for for the the the the top top top top seeded seeded seeded seeded Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers who who who who finished finished finished finished the the the the season season season season with with with with an an an an NHL NHL NHL NHL best best best best one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points but but but but have have have have not not not not won won won won a a a a game game game game one one one one since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety seven seven seven seven I'm I'm I'm I'm more more more more in in in in Ruston Ruston Ruston Ruston

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Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

"The the the the family family family family of of of of musician musician musician musician Naomi Naomi Naomi Naomi Judd Judd Judd Judd of of of of the the the the Judds Judds Judds Judds says says says says she she she she died died died died of of of of mental mental mental mental illness illness illness illness at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of seventy seventy seventy seventy six six six six near near near near Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee details details details details were were were were not not not not given given given given our our our our margins margins margins margins are are are are a a a a letter letter letter letter with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at her her her her career career career career Naomi Naomi Naomi Judd Judd Judd was was was a a a single single single mom mom mom working working working as as as a a a nurse nurse nurse when when when she she she teamed teamed teamed with with with her her her daughter daughter daughter Wynonna Wynonna Wynonna to to to form form form the the the jobs jobs jobs they they they had had had a a a string string string of of of country country country hits hits hits including including including love love love will will will build build build a a a bridge bridge bridge mama mama mama he's he's he's crazy crazy crazy and and and girls girls girls night night night out out out judge judge judge other other other daughter daughter daughter is is is actor actor actor Ashley Ashley Ashley Judd Judd Judd and and and John John John had had had quit quit quit performing performing performing when when when she she she was was was diagnosed diagnosed diagnosed with with with hepatitis hepatitis hepatitis C. C. C. she she she had had had also also also written written written about about about her her her struggles struggles struggles with with with depression depression depression and and and anxiety anxiety anxiety Judd Judd Judd said said said in in in the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety three three three a a a P. P. P. interview interview interview being being being on on on stage stage stage was was was her her her happy happy happy place place place is is is fifteen fifteen fifteen thousand thousand thousand strangers strangers strangers in in in this this this stealing stealing stealing concrete concrete concrete building building building I I I felt felt felt as as as if if if we we we levitate levitate levitate at at at that that that stage stage stage

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Allen scores 27, Bucks beat Bulls 119-95 to take 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Allen scores 27, Bucks beat Bulls 119-95 to take 3-1 lead

"Grayson Grayson Grayson Grayson Allen Allen Allen Allen Yanis Yanis Yanis Yanis attend attend attend attend to to to to Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper carried carried carried carried the the the the box box box box to to to to a a a a one one one one nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five route route route route and and and and the the the the three three three three games games games games to to to to one one one one lead lead lead lead over over over over the the the the bulls bulls bulls bulls Allen Allen Allen Allen said said said said playoff playoff playoff playoff career career career career highs highs highs highs with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points and and and and six six six six three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers he he he he was was was was ten ten ten ten of of of of twelve twelve twelve twelve from from from from the the the the field field field field and and and and six six six six of of of of seven seven seven seven from from from from beyond beyond beyond beyond the the the the arc arc arc arc intend intend intend intend to to to to Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper finished finished finished finished with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points and and and and seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds for for for for the the the the box box box box who who who who outscored outscored outscored outscored Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago by by by by fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four points points points points after after after after dropping dropping dropping dropping game game game game two two two two two two two two holiday holiday holiday holiday had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six points points points points in in in in helping helping helping helping the the the the walkie walkie walkie walkie put put put put itself itself itself itself in in in in position position position position to to to to finish finish finish finish the the the the series series series series at at at at home home home home on on on on Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Zach Zach Zach Zach Levine Levine Levine Levine led led led led the the the the bulls bulls bulls bulls with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points and and and and thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen assists assists assists assists while while while while the the the the martyr martyr martyr martyr Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne added added added added twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three points points points points on on on on the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry

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Mimi Reinhard, who typed up Schindler's list, dies at 107

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Mimi Reinhard, who typed up Schindler's list, dies at 107

"Many many many many run run run run hot hot hot hot a a a a sick sick sick sick country country country country in in in in Oskar Oskar Oskar Oskar Schindler's Schindler's Schindler's Schindler's office office office office who who who who typed typed typed typed up up up up the the the the list list list list of of of of Jews Jews Jews Jews he he he he saved saved saved saved from from from from extermination extermination extermination extermination by by by by **** **** **** **** Germany Germany Germany Germany has has has has died died died died in in in in Israel Israel Israel Israel at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred seven seven seven seven one one one heart heart heart was was was won won won a a a one one one thousand thousand thousand two two two hundred hundred hundred Jews Jews Jews saved saved saved by by by German German German businessman businessman businessman Schindler Schindler Schindler often often often he he he bribed bribed bribed **** **** **** authorities authorities authorities to to to let let let him him him keep keep keep them them them as as as work work work continues continues continues factories factories factories the the the account account account was was was made made made into into into the the the acclaimed acclaimed acclaimed nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety three three three film film film Schindler's Schindler's Schindler's list list list Vighnaharta Vighnaharta Vighnaharta being being being confined confined confined to to to the the the cookoff cookoff cookoff ghetto ghetto ghetto and and and then then then a a a nearby nearby nearby concentration concentration concentration camp camp camp in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen forty forty forty two two two well well well knowledge knowledge knowledge of of of shorthand shorthand shorthand gotta gotta gotta work work work with with with Schindler Schindler Schindler two two two years years years later later later she she she typed typed typed up up up the the the hand hand hand written written written list list list of of of Jews Jews Jews that that that were were were to to to be be be transferred transferred transferred to to to the the the sympathetic sympathetic sympathetic Germans Germans Germans I I I mean mean mean mission mission mission factory factory factory after after after the the the war war war find find find hot hot hot made made made her her her way way way to to to the the the U. U. U. S. S. S. but but but she she she lived lived lived until until until immigrating immigrating immigrating to to to Israel Israel Israel in in in twenty twenty twenty oh oh oh seven seven seven at at at the the the age age age of of of ninety ninety ninety two two two I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this month month month

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Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

"An an anti anti death death penalty penalty advocate advocate has has married married a a man man on on Oklahoma's Oklahoma's death death row row Leah Leah Rogers Rogers says says she's she's keenly keenly aware aware of of the the realities realities facing facing her her and and Richard Richard Colossus Colossus it's it's a a very very unique unique set set of of circumstances circumstances obviously obviously not not everybody's everybody's gonna gonna understand understand that that Rodgers Rodgers spent spent more more than than a a decade decade advocating advocating for for an an end end to to capital capital punishment punishment her her new new husband husband was was twice twice convicted convicted and and sentenced sentenced to to die die for for ordering ordering the the nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven killing killing of of the the owner owner of of the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City motel motel we're we're gonna gonna support support for for rich rich surviving surviving execution execution three three execution execution accounts accounts possibly possibly facing facing off off for for a a little little one one thing thing he's he's really really taken taken away away from from that that is is don't don't take take anything anything for for granted granted in in an an AP AP interview interview Roger Roger bristled bristled at at the the suggestion suggestion Colossus Colossus notoriety notoriety is is what what attracted attracted her her to to him him there there is is absolutely absolutely nothing nothing romantic romantic about about the the person person you you love love facing facing not not just just death death but but a a potentially potentially pretty pretty torturous torturous death death Rogers Rogers says says the the focus focus should should be be on on gossips gossips innocence innocence adding adding he he has has already already lost lost twenty twenty five five years years of of his his life life I I bet bet Donahue Donahue

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Walmart to end cigarette sales in some stores

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Walmart to end cigarette sales in some stores

"Walmart won't be selling cigarettes at some stores even though tobacco sales can be a significant source of revenue Walmart will no longer sell cigarettes in some of its stores the Wall Street journal was the first to report the development noting that some stores in California Florida Arkansas and New Mexico we're on the list Walmart may not be the first national retail chain to kind of cigarette sales it is the largest target ended cigarette sales in nineteen ninety six in the drugstore chain CVS health did the same in twenty fourteen I Shelley Adler

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Madeleine Albright, 1st female US secretary of state, dies

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Madeleine Albright, 1st female US secretary of state, dies

"The first woman to serve as America's top diplomat has died of cancer at eighty four hi I'm Madeleine Albright in nineteen ninety six Bill Clinton tapped her as the nation's first female secretary of state I'm proud of that but it had nothing to do with getting the job Albright spent four years on the job and spent later years outspoken criticizing the bush administration's Iraq invasion there is now a chaotic situation into cheering the group tasked with reforming NATO in order to deal with the unpredictability in the twenty first century in nineteen ninety seven Albright had healed cooperation between Washington and Moscow Russia is not our enemy Russia is our friend her death nearly twenty five years to the day comes as president Biden heads for Europe to further confront Vladimir Putin over Russia's Ukraine invasion Sager made Donnie Washington

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Maury Povich's show ending after more than 30 years

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Maury Povich's show ending after more than 30 years

"Talk show host Maury Povich has announced his retirement marches are a letter with the latest it says in a statement he's proud of the Maury show but is he occasionally tells his guests enough already the last original episodes of Mari will air in September after thirty one years on the air Povich's show was famous for lie detector tests to reveal cheating spouses and DNA tests to settle paternity questions Povich who is eighty three started in local news before anchoring a current affair starting in nineteen eighty six and the Maury Povich show in nineteen ninety one according

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Michael Jackson musical to launch national tour in 2023

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Michael Jackson musical to launch national tour in 2023

"A Broadway musical about Michael Jackson will do a nationwide tour next year I marquees are loaded with the latest the musical M. J. will hit seventeen city starting with Chicago in July twenty twenty three the complete cast will be announced later the show incorporates Michael Jackson's hits like Billie Jean and thriller as well as Jackson five songs like A. B. C. M. J. is about a fictional MTV crew in nineteen ninety two who films Jackson retelling his career as he prepares for the dangerous tour the show sidesteps the allegations of molestation the dog Jackson until his death in two thousand nine

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Rozier has 29, leads Hornets past sliding Cavaliers 119-98

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Rozier has 29, leads Hornets past sliding Cavaliers 119-98

"Terry Rozier carried the Hornets to a one nineteen ninety eight win over the Cavaliers Rosier had twenty nine points seven rebounds and seven assists picking up the offensive slack with LaMelo ball in foul trouble ball played just eight minutes and was for three from the field I said Thomas scored ten points in his debut for Charlotte which made seventeen three pointers and improved to just three and eleven since January twenty eighth Cavaliers guard Darius garland returned from a three game injury absence and finished with thirty three points in as many minutes I'm Dave Ferrie

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Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat

"After twenty eight years in the U. S. Senate GM in Hough has announced he's stepping down in hall says he's absolutely at peace with his decision to resign before his six year term is up he tells the Oklahoman newspaper he plans to spend more time with his wife in office held the seat since nineteen ninety four and was elected to a fifth seventh term in twenty twenty he plans to continue serving until the next Congress begins in January in office the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee his departure will trigger a special election later this year for his replacement I'm I. Kampen

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Olympics Live: Questions about Taiwan skater's China suit

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Olympics Live: Questions about Taiwan skater's China suit

"American Jessie Diggins takes almost surprising silver medal in the women's cross country skiing thirty kilometer freestyle deggans becomes the event's first medalist to come from outside Europe since its Olympic debut in nineteen ninety two really that's cool I didn't know that hi it's it's really special I think it's it was a really cool team effort and I yeah I just I guess I guess keep coming back to being really grateful for our team and the fifteen nation alpine sixteen parallel makayla Shiffrin in team USA made it to the bronze medal match but lost to Norway and finished fourth team USA leaves Beijing with eight golds and twenty five overall medals the fifth most of any nation I'm Danny cap

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 Olympic Alpine skiing remaining all in the family in Beijing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Olympic Alpine skiing remaining all in the family in Beijing

"The Americans have won gold in the Olympics first mixed team aerials event at the Beijing games giving the U. S. its first gold medal in the freestyle skiing discipline since nineteen ninety eight the trio of Ashley Caldwell Christopher Lewis and Justin Schoenfeld each during their first Winter Games medals Willis is back double full full double full was given the highest score of any trick in the finals this means that gold was gold medal all the way and that we knew we had that capability meanwhile Sweden beat the U. S. man seven to four in the rematch of the Pyeongchang gold medal match in curling in the U. S. ski team says two time Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin will compete in the super G. I'm

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Cults

Cults

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Cults

"Greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. A spotify original from podcast. Every tuesday we look at a cult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other spotify originals from parkas for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. This is our second episode discussing providence. A south korean cult that groomed young women to serve as spiritual brides for the group's self proclaimed messiah john young sook last week. We discussed how he built a community of devoted followers and copied the control tactics from other religious sects to make women completely reliant on him. This week will broaden our scope to look at providence. As a massive international movement will discuss its expansion. It's endurance and how the group survived and schedule. We have all that and more coming up. Stay with us before you listen to the next podcast held out a trip outside your comfort zone base jumping canyoneering mountain biking or maybe just outside your house wherever you go. The broncos sport is built wild with seven available goat modes that go over any type of terrain ronco. Sport is just as adventurous. You learn more at ford dot com. This episode is brought to you by progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget. These days drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars on average and customers can qualify for an average of six discounts. When they sign up a little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today. At progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in two thousand twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. This episode is brought to you by naked wines as you sit back and get lost in a good mystery. Why not pour yourself a glass of naked wine support. Some of the world's best winemakers empowering them to do what they do best make you great quality. Why for just forty dollars a month. You get to choose when to get deliveries in which winds you'll receive all up to sixty percent of market price get started at naked wise dot com slash spotify by the mid nineteen ninety s junk salk had built providence into a bona fide religious phenomenon in south korea. The group had churches across the country. All of which taught that junk was the next messiah tasked with the holy burden of spreading. God's message of love to the masses for john that meant to things first. The movement promoted a belief system called the thirty lessons which reexamined the most notably. John cast doubt over. Jesus's success as a messiah intern. He emphasized his own comparative strength showing his followers that he was the one true. Savior the second part of jugs mission applied specifically to his female followers jong encouraged the women in his flock to see him. Not only as a det but as a husband or lover then that met. Many of the female members were jiang's spiritual brides women were expected to be attractive. Especially if they were around jay those courted by john. We're also discouraged from having any kind of relationship with another man. The more woman dedicated herself to jong the closer she came to true salvation and many saw sex with jong as the ultimate form of purification. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. According to writers. Jill corey and karen mccandless davis in their book. When love hurts a woman's guide to abuse in relationships. Abusive men uphold personal beliefs. That encourage their power and control over women and across the board. Those beliefs contain three components. The man is central. He is superior and he is deserving of unquestionable privileges from the woman in his life. This book specifically address domestic abuse and women who are in abusive romantic relationships with men. Jones case was unique. He claimed that he had a partnership with hundreds of women and manipulated them into believing it but that itself was a form of abuse jong based providence's entire belief system on coercive language that served to manipulate female followers into doing whatever he asked of them. John was always the person to please. And the figure placed above all others junk system of abuse worked exceptionally well by securing a place as a messiah. John gave himself permission to do just about anything and behave however he wanted without the fear of blowback in the beginning of the nineteen nineties jong ruled his movement from the providence headquarters in warm young dong a man made utopia designed to showcase the movements connection with nature junk brought his most prized spiritual brides therefore for their so-called purification rituals. This was also where a few select members of the group were given the privilege of studying from john directly the self titled messiah now middle aged had a comfortable grip on his growing movement of several thousand members but he wasn't satisfied if was meant to preach the gospel to the world then he needed to think on a much larger scale.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Wisdom designer So it is in the art of conversation rick and it requires. It requires great listening. Good listening so to one math. That's right so you know. We need to listen to chat twice as much and that's a loss start in itself. Oh yeah talk about. Lou talk a lot about storytelling. But i tell you a story listening is maybe more important than storytelling can imagine him. Look like i said earlier. I've been looking through all of your background information. It's just a wonderful tapestry of experience that you have now laying up to the point of the coal. I'm wondering is this book. Apply to any businesses at all and in any settings and wait and again of k. So yes yes yes. And yes so There are tons of examples from the world of business in the book and one of the things we identify is that they're seven powers of story and i think that Leaders need to know how know what those powers are and they know need to know how to utilize them to be more effective in their leadership. And so i've got examples from all kinds of situation from the world bank. I have a colleague. Steve denning was at the world bank and and through the power of story was able to engage the world bank to change. Its focus away from lending to knowledge. Now they still lend money but he had this a wild idea back in the nineteen midnight thousand nine hundred ninety s at the world bank should become a knowledge bank. He saw what was happening with technology. And thought gosh we have teams of people who go out all over the place and they learn all kinds of things and then they get disbanded in signed a new teams and they carry their knowledge with them and then we have no way of tapping into that knowledge and And it turns out that a simple story. He was trying to figure out how to how to get people on board with this idea and many people. This is a terrible idea. They they thought we're a bank. What do we do. We lend money for goodness sake the money. That's where the money business. And so how do you. How do you business. We always in the business of having to persuade people of a different point of view to get them on board with a new perspective. And if you know how to do that well. I think the only way to do that. Well as with the power story You can be incredibly successful. I can tell that. I'm already itching to get my copy of this book. Is i reckon. We can always harn our abilities. It's never ending thing is it does correct. Yeah so there's a lot more to be learned about the power story and so people can get it on amazon Now if you're in australia you probably going to be limited to getting it on kindle or getting the audible version i. I don't think that the print versions. I guess you could order them. But it's going to be pretty costly for for the mail But you know it's available on kindle and the audibles available Obviously in the states People can order the actually the hard cover or the or the soft cover so And yes i think you what we tried to do with this book as we you know there's back in the mid nineteen ninety s Daniel goldman came out with a book called emotional intelligence and and that idea was not new..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know a lot of the players in you know for the angels yes don't you think of the singles guys if you were a National League fan or an American weeks said so I think it internally and you know they're basically you know the regionalization of the stations really change the the way we have is the game right now yeah I listen obviously the all star game that was something that if you grew up in the seventies the eighties even the early to mid nineteen nineties you know you're an American League fan and you're seeing guys out on the west coast whether you're watching Andres Colorado you're watching Mike piazza when he's playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers like it is like an appeal to add to your National League fan you're like all fired up to see Ken Griffey junior in an all star game but just think about this for a minute that when we were growing up and you go back to the late nineteen nineties and not just the McGwire Sosa you know home run chase the junior felt like was marketed Derek Jeter is felt life was more could Alex Rodriguez if felt like was more accurate I don't get the sense to baseball's doing as good a job as they once did where it felt like you saw Ken Griffey junior left or right left or right staple baseball doesn't have that guy right now who is it even Aaron judge you're not getting off Aaron judge you're not no I took I could pick out Mike trout out of a police line up that's what I mean and that's a disgrace back because he's hands down no question the best player in all of baseball and yet I guarantee you from like a marketing standpoint you leave your ranking on like twenty fifth the twenty six on a list that shouldn't be I mean I mean I think that even the original works do a horrible job I mean I know for a fact you know you know Jeff McNeil now here's a guy you but for example the Mets they could have put this guy on the golf channel they could range they could've done anything they wanted with them and they can you know they really messed up in my opinion they don't he's got these teams don't promote their stores like they showed and I don't know what they think you know these guys are just going to take off but but they I I think that you know the game itself may mentor is done a horrible job they've all done a horrible job and with the players right now they want to play let them come back in place no I don't know what the Mets want to play I don't think they want Andy Martino looking at them in the locker room but I mean these guys want to come back and play so I mean does your family owners get these guys back out on the field it's something to promote because you know all these will be shut down crew they're not gonna have jobs to come back to if this keeps going especially at these regional networks because again you can only show the same amount of content advertisers are gonna start pulling pulling the plug I mean I don't want to be trouble I mean let's be honest if you're on the baseball season you're on yes so you're over as to why it's not good I mean this is not good for your bottom line and the owners can say whatever they want about the short term loss yeah there will be a short term loss that's true don't want to turn into a long term loss that's the risk you run by not playing this season the ship that's where you have to see the bigger picture unfortunately baseball doesn't appear smart enough to do so nine forty six here on this Tuesday.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Inspiring Adventure by Vertebrate Publishing

Inspiring Adventure by Vertebrate Publishing

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Inspiring Adventure by Vertebrate Publishing

"It turned out to be a grand summit and the knowledge gained was well worth the time it took. Having firsthand knowledge of the descent would come in handy for any future attempts on the Mat. Say No. By chance, my sister unique also thought that with our sent I, became the first Scotsman to Climb Pot Bat. Even though Rick and I have a high level of trust in each other. We often have what rick once described as lively discussions. Rick is tough, a hard steely nut. And comparison, I am Mr Softy to emotional and sensitive for my own good. Rick believes that. If you hit a problem over the head often enough, it eventually breaks. He uses phrases like our efforts were vindicated as low climbing is a war against the elements. I have learned sometimes through bitter experience that pushing hard does not always work out well in life as well as the mountains. I knew we had to come up with an alternative strategy. I wanted to get to know and understand every aspect of the mountain and work with it to understand it, and perhaps be lucky enough to exist with it long enough to reach the summit. Whether it would let you get down from the summit was a different matter. But that was a bridge. We would only need to cross if we got to the top. Recogni had spent almost twenty years talking about the at say no starting with that first attempt in the Mid Nineteen Ninety S. That's when the obsession began. It was a problem. We could not let go. He took many years for a plan of how we should climb the Ridge to evolve. For Longtime. I argued we could do it on our own. Rick believed we should have a bigger team. He knew my cash flow was always tricky and I might have to pull out for financial reasons. Getting time off from his job in the oil industry took a lot of advance planning with his employer. If we went with a bigger team, then he would have reserves if I pulled out. I couldn't see that bringing more climate added anything especially if they won't experienced. Like chain the expedition would only be as strong as its weakest link. But as the years passed I began to see things differently. It became clear. How physically and mentally exhausting reaching the summit from the Mattino would be. Swinson and shallow had arrived at the Masino gap to feed it to continue. The fact that they had been able to reach the at say no gap at all was inspiring enough, but there seemed little point in repeating the exercise. I did not want to be involved in yet. Another attempt the climb the ridge, but failed to reach the.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"So I'm having a little bit of a hard time with it. So but mostly it's an anti trump thing and he would i. I saw him on morning. Joe This morning and you looks very believable to but I'm hearing this today and I heard Tara along time ago telling me that. Still struggling with it with the with the election. Now I'm not a good still gonNA vote for him. Let me bring back in rich. Mccue your thoughts on how the media has covered this story. I mean ultimately the New York Times did Apiece New York magazine Rebecca Tracer did apiece Of course. Msnbc is now interviewing Joe Biden. Today you've had a lot of experience with NBC and trying to bring out the Harvey Weinstein Story I on NBC with with Ronan Farrow but talk about the progression of this piece. I think the media was afraid. Just say afraid because the you know there are things in Tara Story. There are some inconsistencies. There's her writings about Russia and whatnot. that give journalists myself included some pause in reporting this. But when you're a network level you weigh. Those things are even more carefully. When they're the allegations against a you know presumptive Democratic nominee that said I'm a little surprised at the fact that the lack of coverage after more voices corroborating voices came forward. Even after Linda came forward. Well so right now on the record is so at the time. Tara said she told her mother who since deceased in two thousand sixteen so we came here from her but we did just hear from her on Larry King. She didn't name Biden but she did say things that that that makes sense according to Tara story entire did us about this before it was on earth so we were looking for it. She said she told a friend of the time contemporaneous I've spoken to that friend a lot and interviewed her and She's her story lines up exactly. I find inconsistencies with that story. Her Brother Collin. Moulton has gone on the record with with me in business insider in others and confirmed parts of her story. He says he was a younger brother by seven years so he doesn't think he was told the full story because he was a younger brother but US definitely remembers being told that you know Joe Biden. His hand up her insider closer off our clothes. Linda were hearing from now and Lorraine Sanchez who also went on the record. She works she worked with Tara. From Ninety. Four through ninety six Senator Jack O'CONNELL's office in California and says where the time that the tar arrived there. She was was complaining about having a experienced sexual harassment at the hands of Performer Boston. Dc is tie said. Did you experienced sexual harassment from anybody else in. Dc to any other allegation uses no. I've I've only worked for for only experienced in in the Biden office at the answer. Joe Biden so you have a number of right there that that that there are other people too by the way. There's I spoke with an intern. Who WORKED UNDER TARA In the Biden office and she says she remember Tara Singh anything about sexual harassment or about sexual assault. But what he does confirm is that. Tara was All of a sudden in mid April nineteen ninety-three Tara was replaced and she was no longer her. Supervisor I WANNA I WANNA put president trump on who was questioned by whether he shot. Joe Biden's should respond to the allegations. I don't know anything about it. I don't know exactly. I think he should respond. You know though it could be false accusations. I know all about false accusations. I've been falsely charged numerous times so that was president trump who is and self been accused of rape and sexual assault repeatedly by dozens of women which McHugh complicated conversation. No doubt about it. This is both of these. Both both trump and by now are credibly accused end. Were talking this allegation right now. Because it's Joe Biden but both both need to be discussed and Linda Cat Land Lynda La Casa Di. You feel strongly. That terror reach should be believed absolutely absolutely. I believe her one hundred percent. Well I want to thank you both for being with us in Lynda. La Casa has come forward who corroborates tolerate story. Says she told her about it in the Mid Nineteen Ninety S and? I WanNA thank rich mccue. Who wrote this piece? And the business insider we will link to that he's investigative reporter former and B. C. News producer work with Ronan Farrow and the story of Harvey Weinstein. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report is we end today. Show in Puerto Rico. Governor Vasquez announced Thursday that certain sectors of the economy will reopen Monday. As the island begins to ease out of a strict lockdown. That began in mid-march at least ninety two people have died from. Cova nineteen in Puerto Rico. There are more than fifteen hundred confirmed cases but as of last week. Puerto Rico is reporting testing rate lower than any US state at an abysmal average of fifteen today. For every one hundred thousand people on Thursday activists and dozens of Cars Caravan for life through San Juan to demand. The government provide more cove nineteen tests and sufficient resources for people to stay home. Police stopped the caravan. This is some of the voices author gamble in a case. A name is Powell up on the part of our demands include that unemployment benefits are approved. Fester for example establishing twenty four seven phone lines to help people with the food stamps. We demand the automatic approval of food. Stamps another demand is to freeze the prices which have been inflated and it is unacceptable that this isn't been regulated by the Consumer Agency. Another thing is that right now. The message of the private sector is to open the economy when Puerto Rico. The statistics are not been managed properly in order to know how many people are infected. And well we really need that. Massive tests are made up the rest of this guy. This guy doing arrested now. Invested over patience is over not by the police are over. Us abusing us when we have coordinated followed all the safety measures. What are we going to do? What are we going to do? This is what we do feed people feed since week number one. We've done with great effort. Taking strict safety measures so that our people may not suffer any needs today. They arrested one of our comrades in a caravan very well organized and safe which sought to show that human lives are first and people need that. The aid reaches them. People need to eat alley talk. The Caravan had coordination had security protocols so stopping points of the caravan publicly known and it was a police decided to block transit and beyond it lies at the risk of contagion. That's voices of the caravan of life. And this is someone mayor Carmen. You Lean crews no one in Puerto Rico has received a twelve hundred dollars from the federal government. We're having problems with the local five hundred dollars that the governor said that was going to distribute. There's more than one hundred and thirty thousand on employment request that have not been filled. The same thing with people getting food stamps. Special thanks to democracy now correspondent Juan Carlos Davila in Puerto Rico the organizer of the Caravan for life. Giovanni Roberto was arrested by police during the caravan and then later released. That does it for broadcast marshmallows. Working with as few people onsite is possible. Majority of our mazing team is working from home with Juan Gonzalez. I'm Amy Goodman Stacey..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And Isle seats that's why you may be surprised to learn that for decades aircraft designers have been contemplating planes with video screens instead of passenger window back in the mid nineteen nineties now actually built and flew an experimental Boeing seven thirty seven with a windows cockpit equipped with digital and infrared cameras and video monitors and in twenty fourteen the U. K. based center for process innovation unveiled a design for a windowless airliner in which the entire interior of the cabin would be lined with flexible high definition video screens that would provide lighting and entertainment as well as a more expansive view of the outside but concept has been put into practice last April Dubai based airline Emirates debuted Boeing seven seventy sevens within closed private suite quit with virtual windows to provide a view of the outside from the middle of the plane we spoke by email with Sharon to mare and Emmerich's public relations official she said the virtual windows were installed for first class suites located in the middle aisle is they are fully enclosed suites with lord feeling doors and passengers would not be able to view the windows on the side of the aircraft we asked how they worked and he explained these virtual windows project the view from outside the aircraft using real time camera technology the cameras are placed in strategic locations to offer passengers a real time view outside the aircraft the actual views determined by which side of the aircraft the entrance to the suite is right or left that is the view that will appear in the center suite the cameras are high resolution devices which offer a very clear wide view of the outside the virtual window provides a sharp clear realistic view of what's outside in a totally passenger to told us they prefer the view to that of real windows in a BBC news article and rich president Sir Tim Clark was quoted about the future possibilities planes without windows but the mayor said that there are no current plans free window list airliner however at least one aircraft manufacturer does into go window less on a smaller scale for the past several years a privately owned Boston based company spike airspace has been working to develop the spike as five twelve an eighteen passenger supersonic business jet pack to.

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And it was the eleventh hour the eleventh day that the treat in World War one ended in here it is the one hundredth anniversary of armistice day we now call veterans day what's the president going to be doing today well he is going to honor veterans by attending the kick off of the famous one hundredth anniversary veterans day parade in New York City now this is a big deal because the United war veterans council in charge of the event and that's the annual parade has always invited the president the United States to attend and president trump was the first to accept Jeff found very interesting but this special New York City parade has a long history in fact it was the ticker tape parade that was given for returning World War one soldiers back in nineteen eighteen and back in nineteen ninety five turned out the parade was about to be canceled because there wasn't enough money for the events so a big cheerleader for the city of New York and a big real estate developer and the city of New York made a huge donation to this parade to keep it alive so it would continue because in nineteen ninety five it almost wasn't going to continue guess who that businessman was from New York I'll give you three guesses and the first two don't count giant real estate developer huge champion for the city of New York yes we're talking about one Donald John made a huge donation of the United war veterans council and that kept the parade alive so that's where he's going to be today attending the huge veterans day parade in New York City that's because a lot of talk about history man they get they started the parade for World War one veterans coming home not sure what that would be like for the web that must've been like for those guys oh my gosh yeah yeah here it is the early nineteen hundreds nineteen hundreds were talking about nineteen nineteen that war of nineteen eighteen when that war ended and it was a brutal war that we got into having these guys travel yeah as it it took them as much as ten days to two weeks via ship to core cross the Atlantic Ocean to get there same deal coming back and then these guys arrive in New York City when they give them a giant parade down the the you know the people throwing ticker tape and stuff out there with these guys must have felt like the heroes they truly were I can't even imagine what that must have been like but then he got in a phrase over the years gosh ninety mid nineteen nineties people sent why do we need to add these parades these veterans ed ed and Donald Trump stands up and says no we're gonna do this and I'm to make sure it stays funded yeah I love that that's great love that so yeah that's that's really what it's all about now here about Obama doing anything like that it when I found it I'm gonna have to do some more research on this but that this is a story of a bright part said that the United veterans war council said he was the first president to accept to be invited he was they say they invite all the presidents but he was the first one to accept I I find that really hard to believe but then again the president's on veteran's day or veterans day always have a lot of stuff they have to do and they they should want to do like most of my no put both Memorial Day and veterans day will put a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier now granted Memorial Day is different than veterans day we Memorial Day we honor those that didn't come back they gave their life right this country feel better after nice yeah veterans day is for the ones that did come back and the ones that are still you know that that fought for this country server this nation and our back here in the United States doing their thing and we just are so happy for them and I I I said I do not say this lightly when I say evaluate veterans of the United States America are the ones that make the United States of America the United States of America because that the veterans we wouldn't have you essay it's just that plain and simple yeah the from from whatever we want to go back World War two you want to call back you know World War one in war Vietnam the first Gulf War all the other ones in between this most recent middle eastern conflict if you were just happy you're back we're just happy there and even if you didn't serve during wartime maybe never got a chance to go overseas maybe that wasn't your gate were still happy because Hey military's a big huge group of people that you know it is there's a lot of cogs in that we'll so to speak and they need we need to honor those folks and I'm just so glad unix I can remember a time where veterans were treated the way they're treated now with respect and you know sherry we should probably at some point we get that interview with the second former VA secretary right David silk and David show him I think we're gonna play that sometime this morning as I was definitely do that I was just amazed that when I started realizing that secretary Shelton Shokan sector doctor Schalken a disease in MD I came from the private sector and was running the VA and literally changed the way that organization works I'm good friends of mine who one was to say who was injured in Vietnam gets is veterans benefits at the local VA hospital and he said it's night and day how difference department is changed under president trump and the secretary Shulchan he was the first one to admit that this shocking guy did it is sector shocking did a really good job at the VA and kind of turned things around because he had the for the approach of the private sector you know kind of like another guy who came from the private sector and is turning Washington DC up the upside down that being president trump you look at me people always said I tell you what a businessman couldn't survive in Washington DC well I don't know I've got two examples of them surviving and thriving and being secretary Shulchan to shape things put things in a good direction for the VA and then another guy by the name of Donald Trump who I think soon a heck of a job for the United States of America and by the way your four one K. agrees to five forty one the time Brad Sussman for Brian talk radio five sixty KSFO right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic Joe are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we could just run.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:42 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on KGO 810

"Website that since the mid nineteen ninety s the price tag on insulin has skyrocket more than eleven hundred percent while. I was just seeing some comparisons Canada. So it seven hundred dollars in the US for the for five. Insulin pens, but you can buy the same amount for sixty five bucks. Sixty one bucks in Italy in Greece. It's fifteen one bucks. Taiwan even less at forty. That is scandalous and yet again, and I look I don't mean to have all roads lead back to the president. Because this problem did exist before Donald Trump rolled around. But one of the things he got and on was gonna take care of these drug prices. I mean, he really had this populace message, of course, none of it's been delivered. But one of the aspects of that populist message was I'm going to I'm going to take on these companies. I can I'm a rich guy who doesn't need to be beholden to special interests. And I'm gonna tell the farm lobby. They can go screw themselves. Well, as it turns out, the big pharma lobbies, still screwing the little guy. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten of you have a thought, maybe you've got personal experience on this. I mean as Bret has I mean, where you just you know, there are no alternatives. You need these medications. These are life saving medications. Right. And in our case. There was no excuse at just it just recently happened about three weeks ago. So we've been on the phone trying to find out a why it was jacked up three hundred percent and be how do we get it back to the, you know, ten dollar co pay we used to have. Yeah. And what what is the insurance on it? In other words, what will insurance step up and cover Brett right at that was the insurer. Charging us dropping the copay. But in making us pay Nick, the copay turned into like three hundred bucks. So so to understand that specific situation it was at the drug that increased in price or was it the insurance company, which decrease the co pay and we haven't gotten to the bottom of it yet. We're have been on the phone, and you probably know what it's like when you try to get to the bottom of something with with your insurer. But. The it was the insurer. Increasing our copay on this. Visit specific drive with no apparent reason. So the there was a report ordered by congressman Elijah Cummings. And he chairs that house oversight committee. You've seen him because he's been very high profile with the whole Trump thing and tax returns. You you'll recall subpoenaed those tax returns, but he found that millions of Americans who rely on insulin are paying up to ninety two percent more for that medication than patients and other countries. Not just it's ridiculous. Why would she why should we pay double in the US right insulin made by the same company in every country? Apparently, I mean, let me let me look to see if they if they list the manufacturers that would be even more scandalous, if it's the same company, but just gouging the United States because people are willing to pay for it with only a handful of these companies that make some of these medicines, particularly when it comes to treating some of these lights threatening illnesses. So I would think it would be. I mean, it really. He is and and maybe somebody can call in and let us know exactly who who make some of these things. But as you as you look at it and the comparison that you talk about I mean, the insulin pens that they comparison that that you had mentioned they presumably are the same. Insulin pens. You can get in Greece where you can get them for so much less. Right. Right. I mean, I mean, they're identical. I mean, fifty one dollars and then here seven hundred dollars four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten I just think it's in a in a nation that brags such wealth where we do have so much we're so proud of the western lifestyle. And yet the reality is we have some serious cracks in the lifestyle. And access to medication and insurance is harder here than it is in Canada. And that's why this group of Americans caravan to Canada, the realization is a startling one said one person it illustrated for me how wrong it is that we're paying the price. We're paying just doesn't have to be like that. It feels frustrating. But she says that she has some solace knowing that you can go to Canada in this case at least candidates right across the border. There's relief knowing that only five hours away we can drive a candidate easily get insulin. She says anyway, just the I thought that I was struck by that. And I know they are tweeting and they're trying to get a movement and they're trying to raise visibility. I do think you can shame some of these drug companies into some kind of accommodation. I really do. I think in the new media environment. That is the way to get a message across hey asked Donald Trump. He message is better than anybody. I mean, you, you know, we can talk about a democracy is a legally is and he's running a foul of this. And he's in the pocket of the military industrial complex and big farm and all the rest of all his rich, friends or just rating the treasury. Okay. But I'll tell you what he does really well he messages, and if you're angry about drug prices, you need the message, and you need to learn how to work social media. I mean, these are just a bunch of people who have type one diabetes, and they figured out that they are going to drive to Canada. But they're doing it in a high profile way. So as to bring media attention to that drive to that Sturge for affordable medications, but it is the case that it's not enough. Just a hashtag it you have to really build a movement, and please don't misunderstand me. That's not easy. But I'm saying that some kind of media message does have to be part of it. But it's unconscionable. It's obscene that we pay the price. We do in this country for medicines that we are desperately needing to stay alive. Cat and Carmel you're on Caja with Mark Thompson. Hi. The other thing that I wanted to add is we're being every get what your producer said that kind of opinion a teeny foolish or power penny. Right. We're penny wise and pound foolish, and let me give you an example, my father who just passed away three years ago, but he had diabetes. He was a Vietnam vet, and they were they only had two decks calms in the entire LA Hoya of gay. And so rather than doing wise preventative care for patients that have diabetes. Instead, we taxpayers are paying astronomical amounts of money for the consequences of not being preventative, and we're ending up having it what happens is all these diabetics ended up in the ER with from low blood sugar episodes to their foles Br break things they have to go with they have to have surgeries you're saying that there was no way there is no way to monitor his Lukasz levels of that what you're saying. In the so my father had a lot of of. I've only got like thirty seconds. I'm so sorry to ask you a question like that. And now, I got a rep you up go ahead quickly though, he had he had a. So it's very limiting for them to even be able to take their blood sugars, and when there's a way to do it really officially when it's inserted into their body a monitor and instead he wasn't even able to do with blood sugar. Multiple trips to the ER, and which caused ended up costing taxpayers tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's outrageous. I love this. Call. Thank you that. You're right. That's penny. Wise pound foolish instead of attacking what could have been an easy fix with that decks calm, and the thing that will monitor your glucose level. They they created a situation where this guy needed tens of thousands of dollars. If intervention, and we pay that the tax payer, so on top of everything, it doesn't make any sense. Thanks for the call the whole situation doesn't make an expense unless you care about only one thing, and that's soaking us for money, and that is big pharma. Pat Thurston is next and we will talk to Pat next K G O eight ten Mark Thompson K G O, eight ten Pat Thurston here. Everyone's talking about the Donald tax returns and the loss of billions of dollars. Getting lost is the story of mica Cohen helping Jerry Falwell berry racy photos just before endorsing Trump for president. We'll talk at noon on K G O. Hi, I'm RIC Edelman, and I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind. And you're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places, you're wondering when will you be able to retire or will you be able.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And you can see a filmed version of the Reverend Franks recollections of that first free vote on our website. It includes footage of those never before seen lines of black and white South Africans queuing to cast their ballots as well as the extraordinarily AWB supporters marching like Nazis in defiance of history. Just search online for BBC witness history films when South Africa was finally and perhaps painfully coming together as a rainbow nation in the nineteen nineties in eastern Europe, the ever dangerous ethnic flash point of the Bulkin was breaking apart the former Yugoslavia disintegrated into its constituent parts, the most bitterly contested of which were Bosnia Croatia and Serbia the fighting took a terrible toll, and so the horrors of ethnic cleansing returning to Europe. But it a generally ended by the mid nineteen ninety s except over disputed territory of Kosovo and in April nineteen ninety nine NATO bombed the Serbian state television. Station in Belgrade during a military campaign against the said, president Slobodan Milosevic over his continued aggression in Kosovo Glanton has spoken to one of the survivors of the attack on the TV station, the destruction here in five television station is considerable officers. Full of shattered glass papers of blowing everywhere and videotape is fluttering the branches of the trees outside the broken windows. I was being in newsroom, Rome and use. Reason I you can see it in in that first of all this cable hanging. Yes. Yes. I fall TV technician. Dragon Sukhavich shows me the damage still clearly visible on the four story TV building in central Belgrade that was hit by NATO's precision bomb back in nineteen ninety nine dragon was one of the few people who survived the attack center of the explosion is in most control. My position is five six meters to master in the bomb came right down targeted and just hit the control room, and and the buildings on either side will were left intact. Yes. Yes. Yes. Looks like a knife is just being of course through the front building. And all people who on news control room is alive and all people with going mirror it on the second or third four is that what went through your mind when when you suddenly felt that the? That huge impact in my mind. I have strong feelings they say goodbye to my parents. My ex wife, my brother. His family. My friends. This is per second. Another second I feel held you get out of the building. Threatened for the first time, and it's fifty history NATO has attacked us sovereign state. It.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Finally in the mid nineteen ninety s it was transcribed in its entirety into modern Turkish still there only extracts available in English. I mean when I first learned about this guy. I immediately checked my library expecting to build a find a copy. And I learned like good luck. But another. Hold up with people. I guess studying the whole manuscript studying the whole piece of literature is it's really huge in his biography of Robert dang cov writes that quote, the gigantic scope of the work has deterred investigators from analyzing structure beyond a mere enumeration of its basic contents. Characteristically scholars have approached the hot and to me as though it were a huge mine with numerous unconnected passageways. So what I take away from this is that because it does have so many relevant details to very specific areas of study like botany or food in. I don't know the Ukraine or something like that people will go in and look for what concerns their own work and not really consider the whole work and the life behind but times are changing and Elliot's kind of on his way up he was named a UNESCO man of the year in two thousand eleven and a trail through. Western turkey. Now follows the first stage of his sixteen seventy one pilgrimage, and it's meant to encourage historic and natural preservation, promotes sustainable tourism. And also to advance indigenous horse breeds, the horse trail. It's called the FBI Shelby way. And I think you listen to recording of a talk given by Caroline Finkel about those right? Yeah. It was a talk given at the Royal Ziada society. And she said that when she was scouting out this trillion trying to establish it with a group other interested people they found that a lot of the local folks along the way not only still new Ebola. Shelby was but still knew what he had written about their villages. You know, four hundred years earlier reminded me, I don't know maybe the best comparison we could make would be Lewis and Clark or something knowing about the region they pass through if you still live in that region. But this is four hundred years ago, which definitely puts a puts a spin on the whole thing. It's pretty amazing. I have one final point too. I wanna make about travel writing in general, I was trying to think about what makes good travel writing. We've already established that we can't even keep you know, a week of journals when we go on vacations, but I do like reading travel writing, and I think that really strong travel writing usually does have all of those details, but has a strong enough presence behind it that somehow it all feels unified without feeling like, oh, I'm just reading about what this person is thinking and going through what appeals to you about good travel writing. Well, it makes me kind of think about what we were saying about Ebola. I mean, what really appeals to me is when a person becomes a part of a place. They're not just observing. And you know, telling you what they're seeing what they're tasting and whatever they're doing. They're talking to people and not just talking to people, but maybe becoming friends with the people, you know, forming relationships with them and really becoming immersed in the culture because I think you know, that's what makes a really good trip. That's what really makes me want to go on a trip. Knowing like, hey could become part of this place. And this is what it's really like. When that kind of writing is what sets a good travel narrative apart from just a guidebook or something where it's just telling you what you need to go. See there's no personality behind it. And I think one of the reasons why Elia is such a a strong travel writer, and while why he is so appealing after all these years is that even though he was very, you know, an elite man he was well off well educated he was devoted to his empire. But he stayed pretty open minded during his travels. I mean, he would include stereotypes. But like I said earlier he was willing to go meet people in talk to people and talk to the average people to and find out what they were doing. He didn't let it stop him from from really experiencing a place, then he knew how to describe things to he's known for comparing things to vegetables, for instance, when everyone can something everyone can relate to. Even for one hundred years later..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Dylan door is a journalist who is in Kolkata of the moment. And he told me more about the situation there we've seen an escalation of aid arrivals tear over this weekend. Last week. It came by truck this week they started bringing in by these big military, cargo planes and visits by high profile American officials, including the director of US aid. And Senator Marco Rubio, a US Senator from Florida who has been one of the if not the top Halsey on Venezuela all these has said that their presence is sort of a testament to the seriousness of this operation since last week. Also, we've gotten a date which the contested sort of president one Guido has set at February twenty third next Saturday still not quite clear on what exactly the plans are for Brennan nece across the border. It's interesting because it seems that there's a lot happening at the same time. And you've got American officials as you say Marco Rubio who is on the ground. He was very vocal. He actually address soldiers in tandem, you've got Venezuelans making their own plans to get this aid across and as you say, not very solid plans. Let's talk about Marco Rubio because he was speaking directly to the soldiers and actually asking them to defect essentially. Yeah, that's correct. He made a call that many have been making in which is really what you're counting on in this operation, more or less. They say they expect the soldiers to turn away from d'oro at the moment of the aid arrives motivated by the hunger that their own families feel and that because of this they will accept this food and these other products from the United States other Venezuelans that I've talked with are not so sure of that. But this has really been the point that the opposition. And the Americans have have hung on like what Marco Rubio said that. Calling on these soldiers to make their personal decision to side with the best weather in opposition. When when this aid comes to the front door, given how as some Venezuelans of told you how unlikely this could be. But also the fact that the plans to get the aid through our so shaky that volunteers at the opposition leader one glide Joe was talking about they don't know what to do. They don't know what the plans are. I mean, how messy can get on the border, and no one really wants to think of the worst case scenario but shots as a possibility. Although none of the planners really entertain that. But like I said all they do is continue to insist that they believed the soldiers will take their side and accepted this last I checked in with the planners. They were still trying to decide which bridge to take crossing the border to move this shipment. And they say they're going to organize a large crowd of protesters to escort it over. But as of now, no such really. Plans are being set in motion Dylan budget for freelance journalist who is in the in Cooktown on the Venezuelan Colombian border to Israel now where the government says it will withhold one hundred and thirty eight million dollars in tax transfers it pays to the Palestinian Authority over payments given to Palestinians involved in attacks against Israelis. The money is transferred to the authorities part of an economic agreement reached a nine hundred ninety four but Israel says the authorities payments to attackers families encourage violence acclaim the Palestinians reject well, let's get more on that story, Joe golf Matt Hoffman. Excuse me is a political reporter for the Jerusalem Post it joins us. Now, a great to have you with us. We're tell us more about the money where does it actually come from? And why is Israel paying this money to the Palestinian Authority in the first place Israel, signed the Oslo accords as part of the peace process with the Palestinians in the mid nineteen ninety s in which they were. Commitments from both sides. The Palestinians part of their commitment was to discourage their citizens from committing acts of terror against civilians, and unfortunately, it hasn't been kept and they're actually paying salaries to the people who perpetrated acts of murder against civilians, whereas the Israeli side one of its commitments was to take taxes tariffs for the Palestinian Authority, which didn't have a means not being a state of taking those taxes. And so what this new law in Israel does that the Israeli cabinet decided yesterday to start implementing is it takes the money. The Palestinian Authority pays the salaries and the family members of those who were killed in the act of murdering people out of the tax money that Israel clicked for the house and you'll learn their two points to make here. One is that the Palestinian the Palestinians reject this claim by the Israeli. Government. But to the fact that this has been an agreement. That's that's been in place since the Oslo accord, it's been reached in one thousand nine hundred ninety four the impact of stopping this one would be huge on Palestinians. Ordinary Palestinians day to day lives. Depend on that kind of money to go about their business to go about their lives. Then why do they have to be giving to the people who they call martyrs who go into a crowded area and opened fire? I believe that they should be. That argument is you can't punish a whole people for claims on individuals. So the United States decided to take this step as well. And they've decided to take the amount of money that the Palestinians are giving to murders. It's been hugely contested. I'm just wondering if there wasn't another way for the Israeli authorities to speak to the Palestinians about individuals that they suspect rather than pull that kind of money, you know, from the from a whole people are there are already under huge economic economic hardship. So this has been going on now for twenty years of the Israeli government begging the Palestinian Authority to not be encouraging murder and they've kept on doing it. And so this has a deterrent means that hopefully will make the Palestinians realized that they need to be fading their people, providing hospitals and healthcare. That's an interesting pointing that's an interesting point the deterrent exceed this could be temporary. And then lead to better lives for the Palestinian Israeli government. That's making stuff to help the Palestinian people while the Palestinian Authority suffer putting care above the of their civilian. But even there reports in Israeli media that Israel security forces are unhappy about this this movement. You call it a deterrent step. They're actually saying that a step like this might push it to the edge might destabilize the West Bank. That's the beauty of democracy that that you've got different approaches advocated by different people, gone back and forth. This is obviously controversial. Obviously complicated. Not simple. And that's why you have a legitimate security people saying this is the wrong move. And they've recommended other moves in some moves have been tried and others concerned. It's going to backfire. Absolutely. You have to be concerned with every step it'll backfire, but we don't want to tear in London, nor do we want to have terror here in Britain, try different steps some tried some failed. You don't stop trying. Many. Thanks for joining skill Hoffman. Their political reporter for the Jerusalem Post. And welcome back to Jay apologies for leasing the line. Little bit earliest still with Indian foods. The campaign spokesman for the opposition PD party given this delayed given the concerns that are being raised. How confident are you that we will have elections this Saturday, and that they will be credible? I must confess it. Expeditions biz on what I will provide. Who do that all fears all the concerns is by Nigeria's? We'll be taking care of within the next five to six this have an electron free. Now, the Glenn that'd be the transplant acceptable to legitimacy of major. But when you and others from the PDP as you have been for some weeks now cost out about electoral process. Raise your concerns about rigging doesn't all sound a bit defensive that. You're getting you excuses in early. No, there's not. Sound Eli gets last gives us his head? We are fizz with realities. Just in those realities. 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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on Talking Politics

"So the spillover effects with the global economy now massive still do you g talking about Taiwan? I mean that increased turn that slightly chilling nationalism. Assign of what's going on in the background economically. Are these connect you mind? I'm not sure that kind of hydraulic looking for distractions. I think we need to take seriously. China's nationalist aspirations pulsed are always I don't think we need to think of booming. Oh, I mean, they're real about those issues, and we should not kid ourselves about the seriousness with which they regard that issue, particularly the should've she generation of people who've come in and really see a new future for China. Overall. I think we are moving in the trade war scenario from, you know, arguing about Taras on particular goods in particular commodities to another deeper and more thoroughgoing reevaluation of Chinese American relations, which is also bipartisan on the American side. So whether or not Trump is president in twenty twenty one I expect this to be a key issue going forward this bipartisan, I think agreement on the security policy side in DC about the vulnerability that America's accumulated over these last what is it twenty years of integration with China since the mid nineteen nineties and uncoupling is this in the new buzzword in the in the policy so heading strongly breakfast with the French. Passenger to to Washington who said he convened a bipartisan security policy kind of meeting in the fridge embassy to just kind of get because you cannot get any sense out of the White House. So he thought he would Troy build a broader picture and the consensus from both sides of the table was uncoupling is on the agenda. So, you know, the apples GM's that have made these huge investments, basically an integrated system in the East Asian economy. I think of facing very big question marks about how that sustainable, and when we move into these new tech arenas with five G, and whatever the question is going to be put very very rapidly with real intensity because you've got to jump one way or the other on that technology, and you have to make a choice whether you get it from the Chinese or not. And if not what are you gonna do? Similarly, I think batteries so there's a again, there's a series of sort of threshold things which have pacesetters, which means that Taiwan is being an issue in Chinese American relations all the way back to nineteen forty nine five. Gee has a kind of different temporal has a different temporary. We all get a what it will feel. We needed who we're gonna get it from talking politics is brought to you in partnership with the London review of books. So in that context, the parliamentary Darden's of death, or I'm Brexit. You definitely put it into a kind of perspective. But there's also still this fundamental question now for British politicians about what's at stake in the choices they make which we've almost no sight, or because the choices have become defined in terms of very very short term advantages in very complex political game sensually, but to go back to the conversation. We were having in the summer that comes out of your book that fundamental question it fits the picture. You just described we've got these contingencies and these very small particularly political events that could have quite significant dramatic systemic consequences. And then we have the fundamentals the necessity and all of this technology. Ical ecological geopolitical and there's little Britain doing it still don's. He didn't live here. You have attachments. What do you think is at stake in the decisions being made by British politicians over the next couple of months? Well, I mean, all Dr in the this mall impersonal, and what continues to be steak four hundreds of thousands, low millions of people really existential issues where they live with what lights they live in the places that they let and what the legal framework for their identities have is just having lunch with old German American British friends who don't know what the citizenship rights of their children again to be who spend their entire lives in the UK. I myself spent all of the formative years of my youth in Germany never acquired a gym impossible. Is it didn't seem necessary and now faced with losing, you know, the legal frame within which that jewel identity made sense. It's the most disruptive thing that's happened to me personally in my entire life..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of immigrants, and we should all be proud of it. But we're also a nation of laws. It is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit. The kind of abuse of our immigration laws, not only in the states most heavily affected, but in every place in this country are rightly disturbed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country that was the mid nineteen nineties when Bill Clinton was president. So we heard from Chuck Schumer in two thousand nine you back it up to the mid nineteen nineties. That's President Clinton all saying the same thing that President Donald Trump has been seeing in the Oval Office and on the campaign trail, they're saying the very same thing. Content wise factual, it's the scene. Charlie from El Dorado hills is on the line. He's been on hold for a while. And we appreciate the phone call on this Saturday evening. I Charlie how are you tonight? Oh, good. Thank you. Thanks for taking my call back to your point. First of all before I make my main point it would have been nice. If Trump is just played some of these tapes, you just played as part of his office speech, and there's another one from Obama speaking forthrightly on the long of illegal immigration. We've got we've got one from Obama coming up, Charlie. I mean, it just played those. I mean that would have just been irrefutable. But that you're earlier in the show you were talking about different structure and how they're there's toll unwillingness to do it. Why? Whatnot Republican running for governor lake infrastructure reservoirs improving and expanding our highways and freeways. Yeah. Therapy. So their camp, John work, Charlie. John coxed, I tried that. I think on the periphery he didn't really hammer at home. I think well, I was there was a little bit of it. And I thought he was going to run harder on the gas tax. And he didn't he he talked. He they focused their campaign on the cost of living in California. And how they could bring it down. I don't know. I mean, there's a there's a strategy there that I didn't quite I couldn't quite follow where they were going with a lot of it. And they just really didn't get the traction that they were hoping for right? Yeah. Right. I don't know. That's the only way Republican wins. Because because the condition of the lows in the traffic affect everybody and people hate it, even Democrats, and well and democratic politicians are against Bill the anything. Well, I will tell you this that if an over the course of the next two to five years, if the roads don't dramatically improve because they promised us with this twelve send a gallon gas tax that they were gonna fix everything fix our roads and our bridges and everything with this new gas tax if they don't, and my guess is Charlie they won't because they never do. They keep raising gas taxes, and it never really improves the roads. But that said, maybe at some point Californians wake up. Well, yeah. And the environmental lobby who is against building and Bill and expanding and the whole thing about the the train to LA. Which is so stupid because you can fly north to south for fifty nine dollars. Yup. And. All we need to do it expand. I five to four lanes each way, and you could have an eighty five mile an hour speed limit restrict touch to the right two lanes. And you know, man, you could you could go down on a tank of gas. Yeah. But again the infrastructure in this country for the last three or four decades has been ignored. It hasn't been expanded Desmond improved upon and hasn't been repaired. And they keep gobbling up these tax money that they promise will do that in a dozen. So I mean, you know, maybe maybe maybe they'll actually do something that they say they'll do with the money, but you know, time will tell Charlie thanks a lot for the phone call from from Eldorado hills. Do appreciate it on the other side of the break. Two more clips, he Charlie mentioned, Barack Obama. Yes. Yes. Indeed. We have a clip from Barack Obama talking about the very same thing that we heard Chuck Schumer say, then President Bill Clinton say, and yes, we have a clip from Hillary Clinton, and guess what? Guess what she used to say about illegal immigration? My name is Sam Shane this weekend. Live the phone number is nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty. We have calls on hold. We're gonna get to them. But we're going to take a quick break do some business, and we're back in a moment. Iheartradio is.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"In the mid nineteen ninety s well, let me start this about nineteen ninety. Congress got together. Democrats and Republicans. When they were at a similar mindset on immigration. And they put together this commission on immigration. To look at legal and illegal immigration to analyze it. And to come up with proposals. And they came up with proposals which have been all but ignored. They were issued in parts as they completed these various parts. And the there was a very significant focus on illegal immigration in doing something about it. The chairman of that commission was Barbara Jordan, Barbara Jordan was a liberal Democrat. But a really smart articulate lady. Who represented Houston parts of Houston? Fortunately, she died at a relatively young age. I'm trying to remember sixty sixty four something like that. But these were the days when there were Democrats who while you might disagree with them on eighty percent of the issues there were actual areas of overlap. You'll never find them with this Cossio Cortez. You'll never find them. With a Bernie Sanders and sober Kamala. Harris Barton, Barbara Jordan was very thoughtful and a responsible person. I remember back then. And I'm old enough to remember how much I respected her and she was respected by Democrats and Republicans alike. So I want you to listen to what she said, I think it was nineteen ninety four. About immigration. Listen to what she said. Think about what she said if she says it she's very articulate. She's not speed talking. And then in your mind compared to what you hear from the Democrats and the media today. How would Barbara Jordan be treated today? Twenty three twenty four years later cut to go. We strongly denounce denounce the hostility, which seems to be developing around emigrant that is not healthy. We cannot sustain ourselves as a nation if we condone divisiveness, and this society of emigrants at the same time we disagree with those who label our efforts to control immigration as anti immigrant. I believe quite firmly that weekend quiet, then dampen the flames, which are surrounding public opinion where immigration is concerned because people on both sides of this issue have engaged in too much. I personally we have got to put the matter of immigration back on a civil corps. We have got no that immigration really goes to the heart of who we are as a nation. We are confident enough as Americans in our culture. We should welcome the legal immigrants. We should be able to accommodate diversity in our society. All we sprawled enough to welcome those who oughta be in and retain a commitment to the rule of law by keeping those out. Who shouldn't get in? If we ought to preserve our immigration tradition. Our ability to say, yes to the people who want to get in and seek infre- we've got to have the strength to say, no to the people who are not supposed to get it. We need to make deportation a part of like credible immigration policy as a nation committed to Emma grunge and the rule of law. We've got to do that balancing act the most urgent immigration problem. We face today is the unauthorized entry of hundreds of thousands of illegals that undermines our commitment to legal immigration. Although the illegal alien, maybe generally law abiding and particularly in good economic times. Maybe we need the illegals. They're injury in violation of the law is a violation of our national interest. We believe a credible approach to immigration must be comprehensive. I. Border management. We support a very simple view about border management. Prevent illegal entries facilitate legal watch the second part of our strategy work site enforcement employment. We believe continues to be the principal magnet for illegal aliens coming into the country as long as you as businesses benefits from illegals on their workforce. They are not going to try to help us get on top of the problem. We believe that employer. Sanctions must be made the work and enhanced labor standards enforcement east essential components of a strategy to reduce the job magnet. The third part of our recommendations emigrant eligibility for public benefits. That's a major one. The commission believes that decisions about eligibility should support the objectives of immigration policy. Using these objectives as a measure of benefit policy listen to the following conclusions. I. Legal permanent. Residents should continue to be eligible for needs tested assistance programs all views on eligibility for benefits of illegal aliens are different from those benefits that are recommended for legal alien JR. If an alien is in this country lawfully he should receive whatever benefits a lawful resident receives, but if a person is here unlawfully he should be entitled to know benefits. Nothing. Benefits. Why the distinction between the eligibility of legal aliens and illegals illegal aliens? Don't have the right to be here. They broke the law to get here. They never intended to become a part of our social community, and they are not entitled to benefits they have no intention to integrate. They've.

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The US forest service and bureau of land management work on federal public lands has ground to a halt, including timber sales and critical wildfire mitigation projects, we'll speak with Jim darling. Mayor of macallan Texas on how the shutdown is affecting the city on the southern border and Senator Elizabeth Warren made her first trip to Cincinnati her presidential bid. We'll have those stories and much more coming up this hour. It's sunday. January sixth first news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington Giles Snyder national security adviser, John Bolton says the Trump administration is putting conditions on the US military withdrawal from Syria told reporters during his trip to Israel that the remnants of the Islamic state group must be defeated. I and he said when he travels to Turkey tomorrow he will seek assurances from Turkish officials that Kurdish fighters allied to the US will be protected for many Turkish offensive Bolton's is in the Middle East to reassure allies in the region following president. Trump's decision last month to withdraw from Syria. President Trump meanwhile is preparing to head to Camp David today. He's scheduled to leave in about an hour to huddle with senior staff at the presidential retreat with no deal yet to end the partial government shutdown talks hosted by vice president Pence expected to resume today after two hours of negotiations. Yesterday. NPR's Ron Elving says this shutdown is unique. There's some of the usual posturing to be sure. But it's also unlike previous shutdowns in that both sides seem to be content with the politics of stalemate, usually at least one side seems highly eager to get on with the courtship. But here we have both playing hard to get. So the longest shutdown was three weeks back in the mid nineteen ninety s during the Clinton administration, the speakership of Newt Gingrich house speaker Nancy Pelosi says House Democrats will start passing individual appropriations bills to reopen all government agencies this week starting with the department of the treasury and the IRS so people can get their tax refunds on. Schedule police and taxes have made an arrest and last weekend shooting death of seven-year-old jasmine, barreds NPR's, Amy held reports. Police say her killing has been may have been a case of mistaken identity. Twenty year old man was arrested in Harris County, Texas and has been charged with capital murder. Police say a tip led them to him. And he subsequently admitted to taking part in the shooting. The investigation is ongoing and police say other suspects could be charged. Jasmine was riding in a car with her mother and three sisters early last Sunday in the Houston area when another vehicle pulled up and somebody opened fire the rest of the family survived. Investigators say they do not believe the family was the intended target of the attack with the rallying cry Justice for jasmine, the seven year old's death has sparked national outrage. Her funeral is set for Tuesday, Amy held NPR news. Japanese automaker. Nissan says it's cheap performance officer is on a leave of absence to handle what the company calls special tasks in Tokyo. Oh, John Matthews reports on the first executive shakeup since he rose to the company's former chairman in mid-november CPO Jose Magno says now away from his regular duties, but it's unclear how this is related to the arrest of former chairman Carlos gone guns arrest has been called the result of a power struggle between elements of Nissan management. Munoz was seen as an ally of the chairman and as a possible successor to the and from Washington, you're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the head of New York City taxi and limousine commission is leaving after five years on the job mayor de Blasio announced that TLC chairwoman Mira's. Oh, she will step down in March. He said a replacement will be chosen in the coming months during her tenure New York City has grappled with the explosive growth of Uber and other ride hailing apps and the impact they've had on yellow cab drivers and the value of their city. Regulated medallions in August. The city approved and more Tory 'em on new licenses. As for ABC based cars and a minimum pay standard for based drivers a one time associated former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is backing off his efforts to appeal his convictions in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case and advance media reported yesterday that Bill Baroni lawyers have filed legal papers with the third US circuit court of appeals in Philadelphia in a new court filing attorneys say he has decided to back off his ongoing appeal efforts, according to nj advanced media, they say he is still deciding whether to seek review by the supreme court. It comes several weeks after the appellate court upheld them elp held most of the convictions against Baroni and Christie's former deputy chief of staff. Bridget Kelly Baroni is the former deputy executive excuse me. Former deputy executive director of the port authority. They were convicted in two thousand sixteen in the plot to cause massive traffic jams leading to the George Washington Bridge..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"One hundred fifty million light years away would've appeared as an oddly bright light in the prehistoric sky lingering for many weeks, maybe even a few months, but within a few hundred years long after the strange light the sky had dwindled a sin, NAMI of cosmic energy from that same shattering stellar explosion could have reached out planet and pummeled the atmosphere. Triggering mass extinctions of larger animals, including shock species the size of a school bus. And you study reported in the journalist dro- biology examines the effects of such a supernova and possibly more than one on lodge ocean species the studies late author professor Adrian Milan. From the university of Kansas says the supernova could have affected the earth at sometime or another. What makes this event special is that this time Miladin colleagues? Have found evidence of knee by Vince at a specific time, and they were able to determine just how far away they were. And so they could actually compute how that would have affected the earth anything compare it to what they know about what happened at that time. Milad says recent papers revealing ancient seabed deposits of iron sixty isotopes provided the slam dunk evidence for the timing and distance of the supernova as far back as the mid nineteen nineties. Scientists knew that I am sixty was tilt hell sign for supernova. That's because there's no other way for it to get to with other limb from supernova, you see I in sixty is radioactive and so word formed with the earth. It would be long gone by now they fought any deposits found. Today must have rained down on the earth later, and the most likely source would have been hit by supernova events, the authors say there's still some debate about whether there was only one single neighb- I supernova or a whole China them moloch favors the combination of the two I big chain of supernova with one that was unusually. Powerful and close see if you look at the I and sixty residue is a huge spike two point six million years ago, but there's also an excess scattered back nearly ten million years other evidence for whole series of supernova events is found in the very architecture of the local universe, especially a structure in the interstellar medium, none as the local bobble. It's a three hundred light Ye wide region of very hot, very low density gas, nearly all the gas clouds have been swept out of this area. And Al solar system is right on it..

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"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mid nineteen ninety" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"One hundred fifty million light years away would've appeared as an oddly bright light in the prehistoric sky lingering for many weeks, maybe even a few months, but within a few hundred years long after the strange light the sky had dwindled a sin, NAMI of cosmic energy from that same shattering stellar explosion could have reached out planet and pummeled the atmosphere. Triggering mass extinctions of larger animals, including shock species the size of a school bus. And you study reported in the journalist dro- biology examines the effects of such a supernova and possibly more than one on lodge ocean species the studies late author professor Adrian Milan. From the university of Kansas says the supernova could have affected the earth at sometime or another. What makes this event special is that this time Miladin colleagues? Have found evidence of knee by Vince at a specific time, and they were able to determine just how far away they were. And so they could actually compute how that would have affected the earth anything compare it to what they know about what happened at that time. Milad says recent papers revealing ancient seabed deposits of iron sixty isotopes provided the slam dunk evidence for the timing and distance of the supernova as far back as the mid nineteen nineties. Scientists knew that I am sixty was tilt hell sign for supernova. That's because there's no other way for it to get to with other limb from supernova, you see I in sixty is radioactive and so word formed with the earth. It would be long gone by now they fought any deposits found. Today must have rained down on the earth later, and the most likely source would have been hit by supernova events, the authors say there's still some debate about whether there was only one single neighb- I supernova or a whole China them moloch favors the combination of the two I big chain of supernova with one that was unusually. Powerful and close see if you look at the I and sixty residue is a huge spike two point six million years ago, but there's also an excess scattered back nearly ten million years other evidence for whole series of supernova events is found in the very architecture of the local universe, especially a structure in the interstellar medium, none as the local bobble. It's a three hundred light Ye wide region of very hot, very low density gas, nearly all the gas clouds have been swept out of this area. And Al solar system is right on it..

journalist dro- biology university of Kansas Milad Adrian Milan Vince professor China One hundred fifty million ligh six million years ten million years hundred years