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"mr chavez" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We make it possible for you to contact us and communicate with us. And if you want to talk with me about anything I'm talking about on the program today. Typically, I take it from the run down the rundown is King on six o'clock talk. The run down is that source from which I extract story material. To discuss with you day in and day out. It holds full sway Monday through Thursday. On Friday, however, you get to kick that run down to the curb. And talk about whatever you want. In the meantime, 809 23938 five's the number you dial to start the ball rolling. Interesting news of that. We I guess you could say predicted, but it wasn't much of a prediction. Really. It's just the way the legal system is set up to operate, and it is operating in just that way with regard to the Derrick Shove in murder trial verdict. You know that he was found guilty. Two different murder counts and one man slaughter count. The fact the matter is there is going to be an appeal for a new trial in that case. Just as we expected, there would be because they're a couple of things going on with regard to that case that are bothering legal professionals, some of whom are now speaking out in the public space. One was the lack of a call for a change of venue. Where that particular trial was concerned. There were some who did not believe Derek Jobbing could get a fair trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, even though the judge did not decide to move it. And then there was the pretrial publicity. That may have created a kind of prejudicial environment in which the jurors were exposed to information they probably shouldn't have been 809 239385. 809 23 w D. D give us a call. Let us know what you think. But the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman, convicted of killing George Floyd. Has filed an appeal for a new trial. Fox News report Sharpens Attorney Eric Nelson filed the request Tuesday and quote alleges that the former police officers ability to have a fair trial was affected. Most Assuredly, in his opinion by pretrial publicity, also claims that the court abused its discretion. By refusing to grant request. For a change of venue outside the Minneapolis area. Then there's this other business of an individual who was on the jury. Who Was apparently In attendance, at least at one event. Where George Floyd's relatives spoke. Do you think that may have had a prejudicial impact on the individual? Well, whether it did or not, they didn't declare it on the form of that jurors or potential jurors are to fill out And let folks know whether or not they should or should not be considered for the jury, so that again becomes another reason for why a new trial has been requested. Anybody seemed to think that based on at least these situations and or circumstances That a new trial may not only be granted, but the verdict. Vacated 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus. Harvard Law chimed in this one juror actually attended. That event that had George Floyd Family members speaking He didn't say that on the jury question form that he was given. Uh well that well, that guilty verdict be vacated. It should be. Without a doubt. This was not a jury. This was an advocate. And if it had not been an anonymous jury, probably people would have disclosed the fact that this is a juror who had a point of view before he heard a single bit of evidence. And when you combine that with the threats to the jurors, what do you think this jerk came out now and publicized himself? Because he voted to convict If he had dared to vote for a quick he'd never have disclosed himself because he knows he'd be attack. That's not the way the jury system should operate in America. Ellen Dershowitz law professor emeritus, Harvard Law 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K six o'clock talk with Darryl would on the air talking about these and other stories. Anybody think that that verdict is now in jeopardy as a result of these developments? Anybody think that Mr Chavez ought to get a new trial? In the meantime, Speaking of trials versus no trials, rioters In Portland, Oregon, who have been arrested and who are waiting to find out what their next fate would be inside the criminal justice system are apparently going to be released. They're going to be released with nary a charge. Anybody surprised by that development, even as the FBI goes after people who are involved in the January 6th riot at the Capitol building. Trying to charge these folks and jail them, if not find them. These folks in Portland, Oregon, responsible for fighting with the police, destroying public and private property, burning down buildings and just General anarchy are going toe. I'm gonna fly the coop, As the saying goes. Dan Springer, Fox News, D a much MIT said that he would not charge people even for felony writing the White House pressure the U. S attorney in Orient to start hauling riders into federal court over several months. U. S Attorney Billy Williams did just that filing charges against 97 people. But since then Williams and the acting U. S attorney under President Biden have dismissed or deferred 58 of those cases. Seven people have pled guilty, but only one is going to go to prison. And there are 32 cases pending. Federal public defender says Justice is being served. I think the federal government went overboard in some of the ways that they address these protests, and what we're seeing now is that many of the cases that were brought because of the federal government's overreach are now being dismissed. Now all of the 31 deferred cases, which means no record, no jail time and maybe some community service 19 or felonies, including get this 16 assaults of federal officers. The former head of homeland security who went to Portland to check on the courthouse is shocked that so many cases were being dropped. It's offensive to all the men and women who risk their lives in Portland for 9120 days or even longer, in some cases. Being attacked night after night after night, and Chad Wolf told me that Billy Williams, the U. S attorney under President Trump in Oregon, was hesitant to file those federal charges, saying that it's basically Oregon doing what Oregon in Portland does. And.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Have some reasonable belief that this would prompt chest. A tiny little bit of reflection among those who have exploited. George floyd killing for political purposes. My says it probably won't even after the verdict commentators who were applauding. The jury gave last year's riots in american cities the credit for inspiring it. And is that where we are in this nation not a nation of laws but a nation of violent mob rule lawless protests and if a large faction of us truly believe that. It's only mayhem in the streets that can guarantee any semblance of justice in this nation will then. This verdict will mean very very little. Won't it and we're in far more unrest and senseless violence. I had wall street journal points to president biden saying that on this point president biden has been little help despite so you remember those inaugural please for unity and healing as we talked about in the first segment. You had mr biden saying he was quote praying for the jury to reach quote the right verdict. Close quote oh and that the evidence by the way was overwhelming close quote. I don't think you'll find too much disagreement whether you agree or disagree with his assessment that that's a pretty outrageous example of interference with the administration of justice. Because yes even though. The jury was sequestered at the time. It's conceivable it's possible that word of his comments could have made it to the jury. Had their deliberations gone on and yes that could have been grounds for a mistrial. And don't think this case is over. Now it's not. Mr chavez fellow arresting officers will go on trial later this year and you can be sure that sharpens attorneys will capitalize on all of the politics surrounding the case as grounds for appeal. Meanwhile representative maxine waters. We can call near nearby brooklyn center. That protesters should get a confrontational in the event of an acquittal. Well was not only misdirected but entirely irresponsible..

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"mr chavez" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:29 min | 6 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Right with me. Today she is a practicing immigration. Attorney for over fifteen years based out of miami. She's originally from venezuela. I'm very pleased to be speaking with maria. Trina burgos maria. Are you ready to roar. I am. I know you would be because you're actually originally connected to me for actually a personal matter and maybe i'll get into that a little bit but you're connected to us through a mutual friend of the show a guy named fergus hodgson. He's appeared on my show. He's been dollar shows here on the lines of liberty network here. He recently appeared on finding freedom with john odor. So when fergus recommended. You to me for some questions. I had with my own immigration matter We had a good connection. And i really thought we have a really good story and your background really help people of light on the immigration process If you can call here here in the united states so i just want to start off. Maria learning a little bit more about your own story. What i brought you here to the us from venezuela in fact let's go a little even further back. What was it like for you actually growing up venezuela. Well actually it was fine Was i wasn't attorney. They're going to in catholic university. I west breakfast. And i have a good life. then I started team. They office was working for people. People need to you know how to second language. Would you be english and then to get you know. Go in the chain of command in the law firm. So i thought about it to come to the stage Improve my english. Because i studying this. When i was seventeen years old michigan then i would like to minnesota and then imprinting and take masters in law so then idea was to come back to win his well and had a better job A little firm okay. Now she's speaking english and he's baleen was because do some international contracts and that's what they dea at first so i came in nineteen ninety eight To your stunning diversity for the english program and then i got to meet it in william married the of william and mary. We've by that time. Nobody knew like in my family. What's what's that college. Because people believe that coalition. The several idea is college so it's not a university but it is anyway so when i see now i'm very proud of william and mary from there when i see when i say we're gonna marry. Oh my god. Maria gonna miss there. That's very hard to get there in there. So that's really nice anyway. So i took my my one year and then remember. It was two thousand then. Mr chavez was already in venezuela so two years in power when i call my old boss He said okay. If you've got a job there you to stay because things are going well here. We are very concerned about this guy. So i found a job as a per legal in a law firm in miami corporate law firm very fancy and i spend than five years. Apparently go and it was at the beginning. It was like okay my georgia. They're an attorney to be a legal. So have to step down. And i was really upset but then i thought about it. I mean i had an opportunity working on law firm I learned to fill out forms which people now saying is very easy which is not an is very dangerous. When you don't know how to fill out a form people's being very easy as i say you're on their oath you kinda lie you cannot make any stakes four so i did that for five years in business then possibly dean of our. Because i study in virginia. And then i asked for a better position so anyway. We couldn't get to an agreement in that so i left the firm and start working for another attorney for one year and then i decided to open my own firm in miami so that was in two thousand six since then. I've been doing immigration. So you never intended to immigrate here at least not the time. You're just coming here for a better education. A better opportunity that could actually help your career back in venezuela. Here we are. That's great here. We are and i came with my two little chill. It's more children's There were ten and eight now there thirty two and thirty one on the i mean. Of course they stay with me and they graduate in very very And ivy leagues and and they're working very they're doing very well now But of course our roots are still in venezuela we still they travel every year well before the pandemic Try to be prudent to travel because of their dander things there but Now we're here and they say oh my mom. That decision you made to stay was hard. Because i was along with my two teeth and then now it was worth now. Now we see back and we are happy really. So have you. Have you been back to venezuela lessons. Kamer yes Not that often especially after chavez was getting power more power things were getting very dangerous in caracas. And you know with the crime and then the things about. Oh the travel. And i was. I've represented some people from an israeli in cy young cases that they were enemies from the regimen there. So maybe i'm not that important. But i really was scared to go back there so i didn't want to go to the airport and say hey you are the attorney for these guys. So you know and it's been awhile. He's been a seven Eight years since having go back and the current situation there is just a gotten too bad to even consider going back at this time. How do you. How do you see the current situation from just just from you know for most your contact with venezuela being from your family and friends at this point. Yeah now of course. The pandemic is very are bet on tokyo and then did traveled. Traveling there is no direct slide. You have to travel to mexico or through panama. It's very complicated to what they are now. So i recommend really but you know what this a lot of people making big morning venezuela now. So that's what we call the into foul. You have a war and to follow the blog with new block.

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Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

Frank Beckmann

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

"Opening statements and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's trial in connection to the killing of George Floyd. Now underway. You're going to hear that he was a veteran on the Minneapolis police Department for 19 years. Have been trained in CPR multiple times at the time, and you'll be able to see for yourself that when Mr Floyd was in distress, Mr Chavez Wouldn't helping didn't help him. Speaking before opening statements, attorney for the Floyd Family Antonio Ramen, Uchi said that this case should not be about the past of George Floyd. But on Lee what happened to him before he died. Case of common sense. This is not a case about George Boyd's character. This is not a case about George Floyd's past. This is the case about what happened on May 25th of 2000 and 20. The defense is expected to argue that Floyd's death was caused by drug use and unrelated medical

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"mr chavez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:23 min | 10 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Biden, I understand. He is going to liberalize if it can be made any more liberal, their stance. The left stance on abortion to include Boarding. It's actually killing babies after they have been born. So now we're into the area of infanticide. And of course, this is okay with Joe. Joe, who claims to be a Catholic and a good one, he says, Well, you starting to get some blowback from some of the Catholic hierarchy. I dare say it's about time, but it's good to hear them. And I'm glad they were. They are putting him on on report that you cannot Be a Catholic released. You cannot say you're a Catholic. And, uh, promote things like and fantasized an abortion. There is sanctity to life. The Bible tells us And so again, Mr Warnock, Reverend Warnock. Although he doesn't sound too, reverend to me eyes right in that camp. As well, eh? So I will try to continue preaching against this man until the election. Gets here because people need to know. Don't let that title in front of a name for you either. Just because someone is a reverend doesn't mean they're a good one. There. There are bad in every profession. There are there are bad plumbers air but bad electrician's air. Certainly up boat mode of bad politicians. There are bad policemen. There are bad doctors. There are bad pastors. You have to find out who they are, and then stay away from them. You wouldn't go to a bad doctor or a bad dentist. Why would you sit in a church that does not preach sound theology? Find out what they're talking about. Of course, history choirs. I understand. It requires the people sitting in the pews to know a little bit about the Bible and Bible. Illiteracy still runs far too high among Christians born again Christians. They claim they love the Lord. But yet they don't know that much about him. And so do your homework. And if you do your homework on Raphael Warnock, you will. Come to see that What you see is not what you get. The man is a hard core liberal. Now getting back just for a moment or two on the election. I don't know when all of this will finally run its course. Perhaps not till January. 20th. I understand there are reams and reams of information on fraudulent voting machines that have been tinkered with or contaminated. However, you want to describe that. And yet what I'm hearing now is despite the evidence that the Trump team will not have the time necessary. Who presented or to properly presented And again the courts. Um, don't examine the evidence to the point of deciding you know where it is or what it is or what it's saying. They just look at what's been put in front of them. And then they make a decision on that, so I don't know. Where this is going. I'm hearing a lot of things about the the equipment how it was made in foreign countries. I think some of it comes from Venezuela, and it had been Doctored with calibrated that Mr Chavez, who was the previous president of Venezuela, before Mr Maduro, who was there now? Hey, wanted to ensure that he never lost in a Mac shin. And so you know, you have to look into these things. And from what I understand, wherever these machines were being used, I think they did The Dominion machines. You know, One vote for Mr Biden was really 1.25 votes, and one vote for Mr Trump was really 10.75. And so if that was the case, you can see it wouldn't take long for an equal number of votes being cast to weigh heavily to one side or the other. So again we need we need proof you read about you hear a lot and a lot of it probably is true, but will it be presented in time? Make a difference. And for those of you who are saying that's not fair, If it isn't well, I agree. It's not fair. It's not fair that as the saying goes, Hillary Meid and four Americans died. Benghazi should have been all over the news. Hillary Clinton should still be wearing an orange jumpsuit. But that's not the case. It was either swept under the rug. It was not properly reported. It just wasn't important enough. You'll get the case the recent case of 100 Biden and attends a millions of dollars that he has received from China and from Russia. On. What he did was was his crooked as a snake. Yet he siphon amounted out off to his father. He was able to Get the position that he held on the boards because of his father's influence is the vice president at the time. Will 100 Biden be prosecuted? No. Half the country doesn't even know who Hunter Biden is. Because the fake news will not report it. They will not Shine the light of day on this evil that has been done. So is that fair? No, that's not fair at all. So now we look at the election, which again seems to either a have been much, much closer than what we're being told, or B. President Trump was re elected and a man side I tend to lean towards that explanation. In any event, he had 74 million people voting form. We are a large block of the American citizenry, and we need to be heard. And I believe we will be heard. But again, we will see how all of this plays out. I'm also hearing rumors that Should Mr Biden be inaugurated? Donald Trump will in some way, shape or form be involved with a new service that will be 24 7. It will be out there to give you an option to the fake news to try to keep them honest. That will never happen. But Certainly to give you on option to listen to to unearth the things that are truly happening in the country, and not just those that are following the Progressives agenda. Another item of great importance that we are hearing. Maura and Maura about is theme s attack on the First Amendment to the Constitution. The amendment that says we have freedom of religion. We have freedom of speech. That is under attack, and it's getting stronger. Every day. They are trying to come after us, of course again If the rumor mill is true, and I would say it's more than just rumor because the progressives have come out and said some of these things They will, in fact, pack the court if they get control of the Senate. And they have maintained control of the house by a slim margin, but they still have control and if they get the White House that's all three branches and then they will pretty much demolished the Supreme Court. And at that point anything in the Constitution eyes subject to be revised or removed. And you can count on the 1st and 2nd amendments coming under heavy attack. You know, the state looks at itself as God, not the God that we worship. But the god of the state Cal Thomas, who was has been a terrific writer, He's a believer. He's a born again believer. And he writes about politics and has been for decades. And he wrote a recent article worship the state or else And actually, he's talking about the Supreme Court ruling here just recently. Where Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the the opinion of majority opinion on that And Mr Thomas says into totalitarian societies, government suppressed the church and religious worship. That's because dictators believe citizens should worship them as the highest authority and not a higher authority, which they view is a threat to their power and position. Yeah, I understand. President Xi over and China has gone into the state churches. Now, Of course, we're not talking about true believing churches, but we're talking about so called Christian Places of worship, and he has removed all religious pictures, including those depictions of our Lord and savior, and he has replaced them all with portrait's off himself. Because he believes himself to be God. Is he any different has been the pharaohs of old? No, of course not. Cal Thomas goes on to say in the United States to threat to religious liberty has been under siege for some time. And then he references the gift to believers from the Supreme Court again defied the four ruling against Governor Cuomo..

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"mr chavez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on KCRW

"Check up on youngsters warrant logging on Colorado Public Radio's Jenny Brendan reports. Take it all the way down their shared it. I'm with eighth grade school Dean Dean a raise and a couple of other deans checking up on students. Teachers have flagged kids at Lake Middle School who haven't showed up online in a while. At the beginning of the year, Attendance averaged 77% reminds. We'll roll up on Mr Chavez to bro since we let down the street. The guys check in with the grandfather of 2/6 graders New to the school. The fathers at work. They have experienced a whole lot of trauma. And Mom just died this year and the dad's been trying to balance work. The dad says they're on the laptop when he leaves for work, But the school doesn't see the girls logged on. Grandpa gives them permission to swing by the girl's apartment raised jokes enough time to quick log on He explains in an upbeat way that they're just checking on them, making sure they have WiFi because the teachers haven't seen the log on. And how can the school help? Older sister 14 year old Naevia speaks up ever seen with him all day, but all the computers Yeah. What is cool? I like you guys aren't in trouble. So like it's just, we're just here to be supportive and just have you back in the V A says the girls would do better at the school, where there's a remote learning center for students having a hard time learning at home. Ray says the school is trying to make it easier to get there until then, a nudge. So what's funny and low caste? Don't know that the district could see every single website that shall going. They know when you turn it on. They know when you turn it off, and they know when you're logging in when you're not. The 11 year olds are quiet. But Elissa finally says this about online learning. It's sometimes hard. And sometimes I don't know what to do The guy's hand them T shirts. Tell them to call if they need help and walk silently back to the car, All right, because I don't know them. You know what I mean? That's first time I ever met them, So it's gonna be hard to like. Even like jam him up. You know, I mean, like, Hey, man, I know y'all ain't getting on clearly already on Netflix or not chilly situation doesn't deter raise it inspires him in a school where 90% of the students live in poverty and a third or learning English as a second language like it's our people. This is our communities is our culture. This is our responsibility Raise notes. The best executed lesson plans won't get all students logging on. There are other reasons some kids would show up to school. It's the culture he and staff members created inside the school starting two years ago. Back in 2018 Lake was considered the worst school in Denver on citywide ratings. Others were in charge of improving academics raise had to shift the culture. My goal is to get by it as a student, raised himself was kicked out of like middle school. He explains. Many kids in poverty, seek identity in gangs in sports or in music. He knew the school needed an identity to say this is who we are. This is what we do as knights. School's mascot is the night the school looks like a castle. So four virtues, honor. Hard work, generosity and humility became the new pillars on full display every day at school, using Our virtues in our daily vernacular, like I've been honorable to making sure that they know what that is Know what that looks like when it's exemplified. So we want them to embody those traits. Some.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Warrant logging on college, Colorado Public Radio's Jenny Brendan reports. Take it all the way down their shared it. I'm with eighth grade school Dean Dean a raise and a couple of other deans checking up on students. Teachers have flagged kids at Lake Middle School who haven't showed up online in a while. At the beginning of the year, Attendance averaged 77% reminds. We'll roll up on Mr Chavez to bro since we let down the street. The guys check in with the grandfather of 2/6 graders New to the school, the fathers at work. They have experienced a whole lot of trauma and Mom just died this year and the dad's been trying to balance work. The dad says they're on the laptop when he leaves for work, But the school doesn't see the girls logged on. Grandpa gives them permission to swing by the girl's apartment raised jokes. Enough time to quick log on He explains in an upbeat way that they're just checking on them, making sure they have WiFi because the teachers haven't seen the log on. And how can the school help? Older sister 14 year old Naevia speaks up ever seen with him all day. But on the computer? Yeah, What's cool, like you guys aren't in trouble. So like it's just we're just here to be supportive and just have you back in the Bay Area says the girls would do better at the school, where there's a remote learning center for students having a hard time learning at home. Ray says the school is trying to make it easier to get there until then, a nudge, so it's funny and low caste don't know that the district could see every single website that shall going. They know when you turn it on. They know when you turn it off, and they know when you're logging in when you're not. The 11 year olds are quiet. But Elissa finally says this about online learning thinking sometimes hard. And sometimes I don't know what to do The guy's hand them T shirts. Tell them to call if they need help and walk silently back to the car. That's all right, because I don't know them. You know what I mean? That's first time I ever met them. So.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your lies about democratic election everyone. Why, with transgressive That bunch of reporters. Journalists. Tell us we ought to Don't know about you, but I'm going to think for myself and I'm gonna express my beliefs and I'm gonna appreciate what should need, Pal said yesterday. Sydney Pal who was when she was Michael Flynn's counsel. She was, you know, lifted up in, saluted and heralded as the smart, wonderful attorney. Now, all of a sudden, she's the crazy aunt who was ranting and raving. Why I'm It's funny. I don't think somebody just changes course. At this stage in life. I listened very carefully. What she said yesterday. This is stunning, heartbreaking, infuriating and the most unpatriotic. Ax. I can even imagine for people in this country to have participated in in any way, shape or form and I want the American public to know right now that we will not be intimidated. American Patriots are fed up with the corruption from the local level to the highest level. Of our government, and we're going to take this country back. We're not going to be intimidated. We're not going to back down. We are going to clean this mess up now. President Trump won by a landslide. We're going to prove it. And we're going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who vote for freedom. Ask anybody who knows Sidney Powell. What her reputation is like, Ask about her credibility. Ask anybody who knows about her legal track record. She's a highly respected attorney. And now all of a sudden she's gone nuts. I don't think so. I don't think so. She went on to talk about the the concerns that every American ought to have about election fraud. We have no idea how many Republican or Democratic candidates in any state across the country paid to have the system rigged to work for them. These people didn't do this just to take control. They make one heck of a lot of money off of it. I, uh, I heard for 34 years that Russia interfered in our election. I've heard that all there is is foreign interference in our election. And now the reporters don't want to deal with potential foreign interference. Sydney Pal address that yesterday, too. The world is watching this. I have gotten multiple emails from people in other countries who watched the same pattern happened there. We have witness testimony that the same things were done in those countries as this was exported from Venezuela and by Maduro and by Mr Chavez and by Cuba. And of course, we know China also has a substantial presence in Venezuela and substantial interest in making sure that President Trump does not continue in office. This I heard the smart kids yesterday. Say, why don't wild conspiracy theory? That is how crazy to allege foreign interference in our election after we all Heard about Russia interfering in our election for four dog gone years. We're gonna be all right. We got this. Our eyes were wide open and our voices get to be heard. This is America where freedom is allowed to flourish. And that means your voice. That means you speaking up, and I hope you start with me here on this Friday before Thanksgiving episode of the Mike Gallagher Show in the.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on 600 WREC

"There. We have witness testimony that the same things were done in those countries as this was exported from Venezuela and by Maduro and by Mr Chavez and by Cuba. And of course, we know China also has a substantial presence in Venezuela and substantial interest in making sure that President Trump does not continue in office. This is the consummate foreign interference in our election in the most criminal way you can possibly imagine it must be shut down. We know, for example, that one of the Dominion's highest level employees or officers went to Detroit himself to man. The Detroit operate. And center, where he could watch the votes coming in real time and decide what fall folder in the system to put those votes into. That's why you see massive spikes after hours when people were told that all the votes were in and all the votes were counted, many Dominion employees have already reached out to us to tell us the truth. They are Americans who want to ensure election integrity like we do. I would encourage every Dominion are Smartmatic employee who is fed up with the corruption in this kind. Tree to come forward as soon as possible, because these air serious federal offenses that I am confident the Department of Justice will be in pursuit of in very short order if they're not already Okay. All right. If your questions Yeah. Mayor Giuliani. That story reminds us 30. Years ago, they had federal judges doing such a freeze over elections, and he had a federal judge overseeing elections. Jenna's old Chicago D. Will you be asking that in Georgia, where you have to to Senate races as a The U. S. District Court judges and federal authorities monitor at American Public University. We.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

The JV Sports Show

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

"By the market manager for Cox Cable Arizona Local and national your view network retrieve. Good Morning Rich. Hey how you doing? Rich we told you yesterday. You were the biggest name on our show today, you handle the pressure. Well, the ratings we're going to go sky high. You know I mean I mean. But it is a tough follow up the you know the coach over. Dobson. I remember when Dobson was one of the state power back in the late eighties and You know they went to State Championships So hopefully hopefully, the mustangs will get back to that, but we're not point. They're already kicking it back into here. Now, originally had a great coach over there got some great assistance underway and he's really turned things around over there for the Dopson mustangs we're doing great and I'm doing really good as as a four, fifty three I think it was yesterday afternoon. Only got. Uploaded. Yeah, you guys. We're real happy at your view that we're gonNA have the the television version of the JV, sports show on your you you know a lot of a lot of people say you know what is your view? Well, basically, your view is the Cox Communications. Channel in here in Phoenix Channel Four down in southern Arizona Channel Seven. But we are proud to to have you guys excited to have you guys on starting. You know I show this Sunday at ten thirty PM. Mondays at six, thirty PM and Thursdays at six PM. The season real excited that you guys are GonNa. Join the your view team and I know that Vince expecially excited because he got a a game time shirt. I think that was his main focus for that shirt is this. Year the swag. and. All about SHELLAC, right? That's right. It makes it is. Kinda. Know you know things are real when you get assured that that's how it goes rich like you Know that okay we're talking Turkey it. Yeah. We're. Starting to have you guys on looking forward to this Sunday and I, know that. One of the things that any any time we can. bring a little more promotion publicity to the High School football staying I think it's great. You guys doing awesome job. On Your radio show and I think this is just one more way that the highschool football programs out there are going to get a little more. Exposure. Towards excited as well. Rich I. Mean we're going to you know as you mentioned, we're going to concentrate on a high school football. We're GONNA talk about Thursday night game of the week. We're going to replay that on your view on Saturday mornings at ten am and it's a lot more exposure for these young people were extremely excited about events. Well, yeah. Not only I mean we're joining an amazing family now granted, we may end up being the black sheep of this family. Joining a prequel family because we got, you know Thursday night football with us and at Friday night you got Chris, Harris Dale Heller Straight, and we'll have those guys on I. Mean it's it's just A. It's a it's more than what we could possibly expected rich. I mean. This is this is great. Yeah absolutely guys you know that's another thing we're excited about being able to reap your Thursday night game Saturday mornings at ten am on your view excited for that first game willow. Canyon against Maricopa I know that Maricopa has a really exciting running back and senior of Mr Chavez who gained over a thousand yards total offense. Last season had eight touchdowns. Willow canyons got some good players I. Think they've got a junior receiver Dante Williams who's coming off thirty five reception three touchdown campaign is sophomore that should be a really excited game but the more games that we can put on in so. you know each week, your view, his if we put on four, well, not four total games. So what we'll do a live game on Friday we'll replay that game Saturday at four. PM. We've got a national game of the week on Tuesday night at seven. PM. So The Arizona, game is going to be the national game in sometimes it comes from some of our markets. We have five markets across the country that are doing high school football and the KAK systems have Total about four point one, million subscribers. So we've got markets in not only Arizona California Las Vegas Oklahoma. Louisiana all over the country all the way to Providence Rhode. Island. Outstanding we're going nationwide. Tell us a little bit. So you mentioned that sometimes the Arizona gains might get replayed a nationally is that the case as well for a Thursday night game if it was a barber rich, it could be absolutely I mean, we're always looking for good game. So one thing to look for it. So for instance, are season starts Friday the day off your season First game does we're we're going to have centennial at Hamilton Game Yeah. So because the magnitude of that game you know that has been designated as a national game of the week. So what's going to happen is that games can be shown live in most of our markets that don't have high school football. So for instance, I know that Las Vegas San Diego or county now taking the Centennial Hamilton Game Live. So Continual Hamilton. It's GonNa. Be a national game to the top programs in the state schools. You know as you know when seven state championships each Richard Taylor over at. The only coach that centennial has had I mean he's done him and his son Andrew Davies the defensive coordinator over there they've done a fantastic job in their thirty one years over continual Richard is one you know over three hundred games in his career you know like I said seven seven state titles four out of five years to twenty four, hundred, twenty, nine centennial's up in the stick data vision this year they've they've made the move from five six eight but you know in a few years ago Played in the division and They WanNa stay championship on the biggest they've proven that they can play with the big boys and back you know centennial his played at their place in the last few years they played out of state powers such as Long Beach Poly Bishop Gorman, some of the some of the really powerful teams You know in the country so they've proven that they can play. Now the one thing about this game Centennial Hamilton that was a first round open division game last year. So Hamilton defeated centennial in a real close last year. So this is kind of a little bit of revenge game percent pineal coming in against the Hamilton team that you know pre season ranked number forty four by Max Pref. Coming. Into this season you know Hamilton always has a bunch of great athletes the one thing They got this year was they got a transfer from Colorado quarterback junior signal-caller. Marshall, I believe it's how you pronounce his last name and more always rated rated as the number two prospect in the class of twenty twenty two. Here in the state and he's also a top ten quarterback prospect nationally played on A. Thing Regis Jesuit team last year it was coached by former liberty coach Dan film and they went eleven in one through for over twenty five hundred yards twenty seven scores. Ran for over three hundred yards as well. So you know he's going to be fantastic. So it'd be great to get a look at him right out of the shoot in that game next Friday in his favorite targets probably going to be brave shut radi chef is the younger brother of organ quarterback, Tyler who also went to Hamilton and so Brady's GonNa be back it receiver catching balls from mark, your last days and have thirty six catches for. Over, four hundred dollars and a couple of scores for Hamilton. So Hamilton is going to be really up to that I shoot Centennial Hamilton's going to be a barn burner force that's going to be a great game. And you mentioned the talent, both sides football there not only Hamilton puts us ten an all Richard Taylor has to do win three more rings and he's out of thinkers so. He's got. Over to answer this. Fingers I gotta go. Yeah but he might if he does win three more, he might he might hang it up but you never know coach Taylor. He loved it I mean it's amazing to see the energy. That guy.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Today. 19 years after the September 11th attacks, traditional commemorations took place in New York City, with modifications due to the pandemic. New YORK Marks 19 years since the terror attacks of September 11th killed nearly 3000 people had a time a far deadlier crisis has taken root in this stricken city Corona virus has killed nearly eight times as many people here and has forced the annual commemoration to change. Fewer families make the solemn pilgrimage here to what used to be called Ground zero and the ones that do arrive in masks. The recitation of names is recorded, though red in person at a competing ceremony nearby. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York In Minneapolis, the four former police officers involved in the arrest and death of George Floyd appeared in court today. Derrick Show van who is seen on video pinning his need to Floyd's neck is in court for the first time instead of on video. This is ABC News. The US is imposing sanctions on the Ukrainian lawmaker calling Andre Dirk Touch a Russian agent who has been trying to influence the presidential election Dirt. Couch met with the president's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani last year to dig up political dirt on Democratic candidate Joe Biden for Houston. Cops are fighting their terminations following a deadly confrontation in April with a man in emotional distress. More on the story from ABC is Jim Ryan. Calm down Body Cam video shows police trying to convince 27 year old Nicholas Chavez to surrender. But when he reached for a taste or that had been dropped on the ground, he was shot to death. Joga. Molly heads a Houston police union. It was clear when viewing the video that these officers did not want to shoot Mr Chavez and did everything in their power. Not but chief art on Severo sees excessive force in the video. It's inexplicable to me for them to shoot a man 21 times the officers are trying to get their jobs back. Chavez. His family wants them criminally prosecuted. Jim really in ABC News. David Wright ABC News.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That's now I know it unless it's takes another form that can be ingested. And you get a buzz off anyway. Edited body camera footage showed the officers initially repeatedly pleading with the man to surrender. Stop. Hey, Bud, stop! We're here to help you. You could hear the officers screaming. Lots of radio said that Chavez was hit with numerous Taser cartridges of beanbags and a swell is three gunshots, which the department deemed objectively reasonable. We got it, basically. But based on the totality of the circumstances, he says, the facts of the case that final burst of 21 gun shots was unreasonable and not needed. I haven't had a chance to see this video yet. I'm curious. I guess I'm not reading. Where exactly do you do? You have an opinion on this? 21 shots was quite a bit. It seems. I mean, just based on the description. It does seem but a TTE the same time you and I having gone through Ah, that that that's situational awareness. There's shooting course that we did You realize that when you feel that you're being threatened, you tend to empty the chamber. Until you feel that the threatened that the threat has been Ah, you know, I I didn't. I didn't see these officers at a distance being under threat. Yeah, yeah. It doesn't sound like it to be a need for the 21 shots. It doesn't sound like it to me either. I guess that what I'm saying is, I just know just having experienced that and it wasn't a true threat that I was experiencing in that course, however. I did find even at that you tend to empty the chamber until you think the threat has been AH, neutralized. Joe Grimaldi is the union president. He is also a national vice president, The Fraternal Order of Police. Tap down the speculation that the incident was racially motivated. Chavez Latino said the three of the officers Latino and the fourth was married to Ah, to AH Latina woman. Ah, I guess they feel like they have to come out and say those things. It was clear. He says, These officers did not want to shoot Mr Chavez and did everything in their power. Not to is what the what he says. Yeah, that sounds like a top one. Again. I need to see the video, some kind of speaking out of AA. You know not not really a good perspective here. 9 42 Here, A K. LBJ,.

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Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

"In Britain a cabinet reshuffle. When the prime minister reorganizes the key figures around him or herself can be dramatic messy even humiliating but most expected. Boris Johnson's first major reorganization. Yesterday would be modest. The economists prediction the night of the short knives. Instead there was an unexpected moment of high drama from such Javid the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Treasury Secretary and Keeper of the National Budget. He resigned coming out. Mr Java might have stayed but he would have had to fire all of his own advisers and replace them with a team appointed by prime minister. Boris Johnson and his chief aide Dominic. Cummings I don't believe any self respected minister would accept such conditions and so therefore I thought the best thing to do was to go in addition to a shakeup in other departments yesterday's people represents a significant erosion of the Treasury's independence. A cabinet reshuffle starts with those ministers. Who are going to be ousted being told by the prime minister that their services may not be required and mckelway a senior editor of the Economist and frequent hunter of Westminster's halls of power. And then those who will get the jobs Invited in one by one and if you remember the fear of being cooled into the head study when you were school I think it feels a bit like that even for seasoned menaces that walk of delight or shame up Downing Street who Press Bank of cameras watching. You can't be an easy one and Mr Java's walkout of that look Saya Javard. The now ex chancellor looked actually pretty confident. Think he was making a point that he was not prepared to take the deal on the terms that was offered by the prime minister. This was such a clash and seems to have taken place will come to a head so quickly that he was. I'm out of here and that was the walk. So the deal that was on offer was that she could stick around only if he basically got rid of his whole team. Why why was that? The deal that was on the table. Boris Johnson elected with a big majority very frustrated. I think in the last parliament by not being able to get on with the business of government as he wants to shape. It fell the Chancellor and the chancellor's team was somewhat in the way so having guaranteed to Mr Jovi that he would keep his job very publicly The end of last year he said well you can keep it. But you can't have this team of advisers around you and I think the underlying tension there is that they had different views about spending. They had different views about some curious of economic policy and that Boris Johnson was affectively. Trying to grab hold of the decision making process. If you don't have your advisers is very hard to put together a strong policy. Perspective could differ from number TANS. Mr Javert Simi said no you lost one adviser on the whim of Downing Street's he wasn't going to lose anymore and I think that will as the store that goes back as he say. So you say this. This was openly down to differences overspending economic policy. How so sergey of it comes from traditional you might call austerity light. He would accept some listening of the course on spending but he would still. I think want some constraint and you would see some risk in splurging splashing the cash. I think Boris Johnson thinks that everything is really changed. He's got this big majority. He can take more risks and the austerity years really needs to be put behind him and he wants to spend money particularly on the north of England in in the places where the Conservatives have made gains because he thinks that will nail down those gains and keep him in power for longer. Vaz's being around that is bubbled between the two of them. The danger here is that the treasury and number ten being too closely aligned has some risks of its own in prime ministers are more interested in short-term political goals rather than longterm fiscal ones and that balances often being a bit up and down in British Political System. And there's often been a bit of a competition but in this example it's happened. Very brutally very swiftly. The power has moved to one end of the soul to Boris. Johnson's view as has happened before with Mister Johnson. There's a lot of talk about the the power dynamic between him and his chief. Aides Dominic Cummings the Some would say power behind the throne. What does this episode to tell you about that dominate Cummings sometimes called the dark Lord around Westminster only home for Jokes? I think is very powerful. Figure had also clashed with Mr. Jarve it I think this decision to be so tough on the chance. That was primarily the prime minister's probably driven on Egged on by his adviser. They've been other arguments. That Dominic Cummings has lost recently so as power is not absolute. But I think if. Boris Johnson Dominic Cummings have a vision of direction? They want government to go. You put yourself in great dangerous administer. If you lie down in the road they will seem irrelevant. You so is that to say then that will end up with the government that is entirely made up of of loyalists of of yes. Men of people living in fear. I'm not sure that will also be yes. Men and women. But it's very clear that you kind of have to get behind the Boris vision of what is important and what is less important. Has He left enough room for independent advice. And for those who think of it differently. Omay send up a warning message. Things that could go wrong. I think that is the great risk. That he's taken here with essentials ation of power over the key decisions which brings us neatly onto Mr Chavez. Replacement. Help Tony me more about him. Richie soon act mid thirty s very trusted by Boris Johnson. Dominic Cummings but also the very interesting backstory is. He has also got a absolutely classic Oxford to banking seavy but as a small boy. He helped his mother who run a pharmacy to to do the adding open and the accounts. He's very good and gifted with numbers that you could say is pretty good going for chancellor always the case it would be. I think unfair to say to someone who's very far already in life and politics. He's only there is a naughty dog. The difference is the constraints are drawn. A kind of course it has been placed the work that he can do the budget's due in four weeks time. We don't know whether it's going to go ahead. But the country needs stability and I think number ten will not want to do it for very long. I think you will differ in some ways from the budget that Mr Javid would have given and in effect it will have to authors one will be the chancellor but the signature very prominently underneath. It will be the big spoiling hand of Boris Johnson. And all of the attention has gone on to to this this this debacle with Mr David and not so much on all of the other Reshufflings within the cabinet. Take a whole. What does that that whole story? Tell you about what Mr Johnson and indeed. Mister Cummings was for Britain. The overall message of the reshuffle is that Brexit is done that those wounds can be healed and that Britain get on selling itself as global Britain in the world. That's confidence not front foot feeling that. Boris Johnson often does exude isn't really particularly balanced left and right cabinet and conservative terms. And that's probably a bit of a difference. He has the majority. He's got the team. He's got the power and now he really wants to go. And that's the feeling it's been put behind this. Let's see where that ends up. And thank you very much for joining us visa.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on WBAI

"Whole situation because it was a mess. But now, there's a whole mess. Shirley, Jones view is echoed by Venezuela's. Powerful media. Mostly privately owned. It combines banality with hardline anti-chavez politics. This is. Syndrome. Okay. Maintained control. By Italian associate happily. I mean, a number of journalists now say, well, there is censorship. They have been censored how can that be day speak out every morning. They have shows every day, they speak out, you know, constantly against the government every day. I mean, how can they say this? I don't know if you have seen the programs. To prince Tuesday's looking at these channels does it. There's no censorship in Minnesota. You just up to sit down and see those opinion programs between six o'clock and eight o'clock in the morning. Fussy dynastic gas Nestle. Kouassi wound up. I don't think in any part of the world you hear the things that they say about president showers about his cabinet his ministers, the governor's the policies, whatever I mean, it's even obscene in some ways. It seems to me. That everything including the weather is being blamed on Mr. Chavez, nobody plains mister child is for the weather because it's the only thing left which still works. Okay. All the other thing fell apart entirely. You're talking here. Nineteen fourteen boys should be. Russia. This is what's taking place here. And if you go to. Wait a minute. We're sitting here in your wonderful apart. Overlooking karaka. And if you're comparing this with the she Bolshevik revolution. There's no there are no revolutionaries banging on your door. And none of your companies have been invaded your good life hasn't really changed. It hasn't changed yet. But as I said before it is now on a wait and see position if I had come today on a two year contract, this I did the nine hundred seventy six I would fulfill my contract pack, my luggage because I don't see any more future..

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"mr chavez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"There are twenty four members of the House Judiciary committee. Quercus prepared the critical while the row. Mr chairman. No. Mr Chairman, Joe now, miss Lofgren. Now, MS Jackson Lee. Ms Jackson, Lee votes. Now, Mr Kelly, Mr Collins votes, now mister Johnson, mister Johnson votes. Now, Mr Deutsch, Mr Deutsch votes now miss vast miss fast foods now, Mr. Richmond. Mr. Richmond votes, now, Mr. Jeffreys trajectories votes. No, MR cellini. So we may continue to pursue the truth. Now, Mr. Sicily votes. No, MR swallow mister Saulo vets now, Mr. Lou. Mr Lewis votes. Now, Mr. Raskin, No, MR Raskin votes, now, MS Japon poverty now. Demings, miss Demings votes. Now, Mr. Korea mister Korea's hotel Scanlon no votes now. Mr. nNcholas nNcholas votes. Now Mrmic fast fast boats now mister Stanton. Votes now now misdeed votes. No, move McConnell Dowell, no hassles. Hausas snow Escobar miss asked votes. Now, Mr Collins, Mr Collins this Yes, Mr Sensenbrenner, Mr.. Mr. Chavez, I Mr. Gohmert, I Mr. Jordan. Mr. Jordan says, Yes, Mr buck. Mr ratcliffe. Mm israel. Mr.

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"mr chavez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Many of you probably took classes from him. He kept you in school Santa Fe high school. Now, these that New Mexico school for the arts, Joey, see Richardson, great to see you. Thanks for having me your actual title over. There is director of art director of arts Cynthia department chair. All right last time, you were here you had a playwright in town. You guys were presenting her play. And it was about Lockerbie attract women of Lockerbie, easy, never mind like a steel trap. I still got it rich. How was how was the how was that whole thing? It was a fabulous released. Love the play. She talked to talk back afterwards to the audience talked about the the writing of the of the whole peace, and then gave me some private coaching about the the work. And then it was really taken with the performances of the young actors. All right. So she took notes and in in in credit and critique. Your job is the director and their jobs as as performance, she actually she said some questions of how we arrived at the decisions we did. Or didn't. She say Joey that was one of the one of the most frequently performed plays. It's one of the top one hundred plays right now. Kind of amazing. Yeah. Are you proud of your kids afterwards of absolutely? Yeah. They were fabulous. All right. We're either of these two young ladies in it. Oh, no. They were in another play directed by Barbara hatch. Well, you know, very well. Yeah. She did the well. Why don't you tell them? All right. Who wants to go? First we have Jaden Chavis here. No relation we found out. And we have me. But she no now, Ben Millette Melina is from Espanola and Jaden is from Albuquerque and they ball commute to New Mexico school for the arts Jaden start with you. What grade are you in? I am a junior, right? And you you commute take the rail runner every day that is commitment to school for the arts, y you could just go to school in Albuquerque. I could but New Mexico school for the arts is so unique the schools worth it. I mean, I wake up at four forty five in the morning, and I get home at about seven in the evening at school. I can say changed my life. And so I think that in one way, honestly, what in what way I think it changed the trajectory of my life. It opened doors for me, it gave me connections to people who I never would've met. Right. I'm able to connect to young local artists like Malaysia who I never would've met any other way except for through the school. And he started in what grant I started as a freshman. So this is your third year. Yes, you go all the way through senior year. Yup. Chances a graduation. Our fifty fifty. I think they're a little high fifty afterwards. What do you wanna do? What your trajectory trajectory? So I want to go to college after high school. I'm not sure where I'm doing some research colleges right now. But I'm hoping to stay in theater as a technician a playwright and actor all of it. Why why did why did it hook you? I just love making people laugh. It's my favorite sounds new comedies. You never do draws. I mean, I do dramas I've written a few. But comedy is just what what keeps me motivated, right? And so professional in the theater somehow in is in your something in theater favorite playwright at this point your young life. Right. I I'm not sure if I have a favorite player I ever comedian, John Mullany that was easy. John Mullany is one of my favorite comedians ever comedies. Aren't Joe you ever to comedy only in plays. I never tried to do this kind of thing. But she does have perfect attendance coming from Albuquerque everyday. Really? Yes. What do you give for that anymore? Like big doughnut? Not like, all right and me. Yeah. You commute all the way from what grade are you in? Oh, I'm a senior an MSA, but I actually commute from Chima. Oh, oh, oh, really you drive though. Yes. Because you're senior. Yeah. And the first two years of high school, I actually drove to Spinola and then caught the bus to you wrote the blue bus, and then I wrote the blue bus to the plaza. And then I walked the rest of the way to school. Both of you are incredibly dedicated you. So now you drive down from it's not a bad dry. It's not too bad. I mean, it's pretty there's a lot to look at you like living in. Yeah. I mean, we don't really call it a town. It's more of a village should've. Yeah. I you ever eat it down Rancho. Yeah. You want? Good red chillies. Classic. Stay in theater doing theater now. Yeah. You're out in springtime will I don't know. Yeah. Well, if you're gonna make Jones she's gonna make it. Dedicated. I'm I'm doing it. Right. Yeah. And then what college? Yeah, I'm gonna try to go to college. We'll definitely going to go to college and study psychology and theater and social work. Why do you what do you make the extra effort to go to New Mexico's goal for the arts when you could go to Aspen Lavelli? Well, I think that there's not a lot of opportunity in Aspen, ULA. And I think the coming to New Mexico for the arts, I was pushed a lot harder than I would have been anywhere else. And I think that it definitely got me to think about what I wanted for my future a little bit more. Which both have in common. Obviously, you come from very well connected and wealthy families because New Mexico school for the art is only for the rich kids. Right. Joey that is absolutely the wrong thing to say, Richard. No where the a public high school, and we take students from around the state all over New Mexico, New Mexico. We have currently have a sophomore in the theater department. Who's all the way from silver city? Lives here during the week during the week. I hope they. You would never be home. No, she's yeah. She's at the dorms during the week. And then there is a host family here because the drive is so long back and forth. She would be in the Carlo weekends right in the dorms or up Chris across the road from from prep. Right. The immaculate heart Mary retreat center. Never remember the name of that. Yeah. All right. So why are we here today? Joey well about why are we got week a couple of months ago, Roger Montoya from moving arts Espanola reached out to MSA to try and partner with other organizations that present arts and cultural events throughout the northern New Mexico corridor. So this Friday at five o'clock at northern New Mexico community college theater, we're going to have they presentation with a number of different organizations from towels SP Nola for walk Cam. Then Santa Fe we'll be sharing work and little kids up to up to teenagers and adults. So it's not just for high schools. But it's so that people in northern New Mexico can kind of see what is available out there. So families might be able to see something it be interested in and might want to explore a little bit more of that. So anything involving the arts anything involving the art not necessarily theater, not necessarily. It'd be it could be weaving. They could be weaving. There's going to be pottery. They'll be danced there'll be music w theater presentations. I know there'll be some Flamenco going on. So it's it's a it's a nice share. Yeah. Yeah. And free dinner. It's a free event. Then afterwards, we are going to open the doors to the annex where they'll be table set up from the different organizations, so parents and children and grandparents can learn more walk around. All right. And once again takes place on Friday. It's Friday this Friday. Five to eight PM. That's great welcome. Every open to the public open to the public all free. Yes. Outrageous. What will you guys be presented? Well, used to Dayton me talk a little bit because because she knows Roger very well at moving to art Espanola. Okay. Well, I'm gonna be I worked with Mr. traumas on monologues over last trimester. And so I'm going to present one of my monologues loop from what it's from the play little murders by Jules Pfeiffer in the role of Patsy. Can we do thirty seconds? It's only a ninety second monologue. Can you can you assume the character pass you real quick just do one of the drop into character? And and give us the little, okay? I'll give you the reversers on. Don't screw it up. Honey, I'm not trying to hurt you. I'm trying to change you. I'm trying to save you. I wanna make you see that. There's some value in life, some beauty some tenderness. Something worth reacting to something worth feeling. Very good. What's again, the play is little murders by Jules Pfeiffer? Okay. You're going to be doing something. So Mr. Chavez is gonna retaking me along with one other student as a student technician. And so I'll be helping with the technical aspect for the event can do light sound all those kind of things. Yup. Props curtains, whatever they need doing the the backstage stuff. I do. I do. I've I started doing technical theater about a year ago. And it's this whole time. It's been so you you do some of that during during school for the arts productions. Yes, I actually I ran lights for the women of Lockerbie. And I'm also doing the light design for the show that we oh we have coming up. What about working outside the school like get at Dobie rose or one of the local theatres that going because they're always they're always looking for tax, right? I did a board up physician at armory for the arts. I've done some light design. Adobe broS. I'm actually I'm currently working on a light designer only CEO that's opening right? So I I work I work around theater as an intern over there. That's great great training over there. They've they've pretty fancy equipment computerized equipment all digital equipment at the Lindsey Graham, right? That's right. At school for the arts. No, we do not we we. We don't have enough power in the building. So how do you how do you control the lighting there? Well, we have a very small board, and we had to learn which circuits we could plug into around the building. Actually, we have cable. Host to turn on the microwave. The microwave is the death. The we then we use the power right away. Right blow a fuse, right? So you'll be the two of you, and Joey you're going to do what Mr. Chavis you're going to be. I should call. You Mr. Chavis in front of the student? Mr. Chavez, my dad, you can call me Joey of the so are we take another student Ben Rowntree as another technician he was also with the Lennick, and what I want them to do is actually get the experience of being in a different theater and working with different equipment. 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"mr chavez" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Of South Korean women feel that not enough is being done. The held huge protests on the streets of Seoul, demanding better treatment for victims on tougher penalties for criminals. But catching those responsible is proving problematic. Special teams in Seoul have examined thousands of bathrooms, but failed to find a single camera. RTM's went with punk on me and she looked for any holes in the wall where cameras might have been pleased till you guide get up and learning how difficult it is to catch these criminals. The men install the camera and take it down within fifteen minutes. Arrests are made, but a sex crime prosecutor told the BBC that she felt the punishments were not severe enough as very few of those coat are sent to prison. Kabul one. In a basement in Seoul, a small group of women use their skills to find and take down the videos pock SU Eun phone to the grip digital sex crime out onto the name hyena. She was part of a campaign to bring down one of the most notorious websites Colt solder it. She wants to target the distributors and says, safe. Korea may need help to solve this crime which is becoming a global problem. You Rena mother on there have been cases in Sweden and the US, but South Korea is so addressed technologically. That means these online crimes have become a big issue here. I, it won't be long before this becomes a big problem in other countries. So we need to work together to solve the issue international. The Laura becau- in South Korea. Every weekend. You can hear a review of the weeks may new stories and why they matter. That's in the world. This week with Caroline Wyatt is new old president was accused of stealing the election. So has anything changed off to the vote in the US Donald Trump, fend off ecu's ations that he's trying to obstruct Justice stateless in India. We look at who and why, and can of iris make you fat. Thanks Caroline. That's all in the world this week, broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays and variable to done Newt from our website. Amid an escalating diplomatic crisis took his foreign minister at Mevlude Chavez. Shula has met the US secretary of state might Pompeo on the sidelines of a summit of the association of southeast Asian nations. As in the row is over the detention of an American pastor in Turkey in retaliation. Washington has imposed sanctions on to Turkish ministers. But after the talks Mr. Chavez, Shirley was positive. Yup can say Donald. It is a very constructive meeting. Of course, it's not expected to solve the crisis unto all problems in just one meeting, but we agreed on close cooperation dialogue on the working together. I asked on correspond engine Singapore, curriculum of us money for more details of the dispute. The main issue is, of course, the continued detention of the American clergyman entre Brunson who has been detained by Turkish authorities since twenty sixteen remember, he was accused by Turkey of involvement in twenty sixteen failed coup. He's from North Carolina and evaluate evangelist pastor, and he's been held for nearly two years. Now over alleged links to political groups. We saw sanctions, put in place by the US onto Turkish ministers. We understand that the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo actually said that the sanctions are in place. So. So as to demonstrate just how serious the US is about the release of this American pastor. So despite this beating the dispute hasn't been resolved? No. As far as we can tell the conversations were constructive. But at this point it does not appear that the discussions have led to what the US actually wants, which is the release of the American pastor. I think Turkey has been under a great deal of pressure. And there has been some analysis that when the was the first announcement of those functions on the Turkish ministers that that led to a dramatic drop in the currency of the country as a result that has led some officials to believe that they need to start to try and avert what could be escalation in this diplomatic crisis. But as of yet where we're nowhere near a resolution, of course, these talks took place on the sideline of the Asian summit. So what else is Mr. Pompeo expecting their the US is extremely keen to keep. The pressure up on North Korea to get it to give up its nuclear weapons as it promised to do back in the June summit. And he spoke at the audience summit here in Singapore on security..

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"mr chavez" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Of South Korean women feel that not enough is being done. The held huge protests on the streets of Seoul, demanding better treatment for victims on tougher penalties for criminals. But catching those responsible is proving problematic. Special teams in Seoul have examined thousands of bathrooms, but failed to find a single camera. RTM's went with punk on me and she looked for any holes in the wall where cameras might have been pleased till you guide get up and learning how difficult it is to catch these criminals. The men install the camera and take it down within fifteen minutes. Arrests are made, but a sex crime prosecutor told the BBC that she felt the punishments were not severe enough as very few of those coat are sent to prison. Kabul one. In a basement in Seoul, a small group of women use their skills to find and take down the videos pock SU Eun phone to the grip digital sex crime out onto the name hyena. She was part of a campaign to bring down one of the most notorious websites Colt solder it. She wants to target the distributors and says, safe. Korea may need help to solve this crime which is becoming a global problem. You Rena mother on there have been cases in Sweden and the US, but South Korea is so addressed technologically. That means these online crimes have become a big issue here. I, it won't be long before this becomes a big problem in other countries. So we need to work together to solve the issue international. The Laura becau- in South Korea. Every weekend. You can hear a review of the weeks may new stories and why they matter. That's in the world. This week with Caroline Wyatt is new old president was accused of stealing the election. So has anything changed off to the vote in the US Donald Trump, fend off ecu's ations that he's trying to obstruct Justice stateless in India. We look at who and why, and can of iris make you fat. Thanks Caroline. That's all in the world this week, broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays and variable to done Newt from our website. Amid an escalating diplomatic crisis took his foreign minister at Mevlude Chavez. Shula has met the US secretary of state might Pompeo on the sidelines of a summit of the association of southeast Asian nations. As in the row is over the detention of an American pastor in Turkey in retaliation. Washington has imposed sanctions on to Turkish ministers. But after the talks Mr. Chavez, Shirley was positive. Yup can say Donald. It is a very constructive meeting. Of course, it's not expected to solve the crisis unto all problems in just one meeting, but we agreed on close cooperation dialogue on the working together. I asked on correspond engine Singapore, curriculum of us money for more details of the dispute. The main issue is, of course, the continued detention of the American clergyman entre Brunson who has been detained by Turkish authorities since twenty sixteen remember, he was accused by Turkey of involvement in twenty sixteen failed coup. He's from North Carolina and evaluate evangelist pastor, and he's been held for nearly two years. Now over alleged links to political groups. We saw sanctions, put in place by the US onto Turkish ministers. We understand that the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo actually said that the sanctions are in place. So. So as to demonstrate just how serious the US is about the release of this American pastor. So despite this beating the dispute hasn't been resolved? No. As far as we can tell the conversations were constructive. But at this point it does not appear that the discussions have led to what the US actually wants, which is the release of the American pastor. I think Turkey has been under a great deal of pressure. And there has been some analysis that when the was the first announcement of those functions on the Turkish ministers that that led to a dramatic drop in the currency of the country as a result that has led some officials to believe that they need to start to try and avert what could be escalation in this diplomatic crisis. But as of yet where we're nowhere near a resolution, of course, these talks took place on the sideline of the Asian summit. So what else is Mr. Pompeo expecting their the US is extremely keen to keep. The pressure up on North Korea to get it to give up its nuclear weapons as it promised to do back in the June summit. And he spoke at the audience summit here in Singapore on security..

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"mr chavez" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"mr chavez" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"That that could be incredibly damaging lounging for first of all look i'm not mr scaramucci and a half to defend miss that you and i like him i've never tweeted any thea headed you have cleaner flew into this podcast private jet of owning that surround mr trump's private the now now i didn't people might be getting things that i did not i did not i love he metro i have the record he metre i have not heard anybody uh compare mr trump's mr chavez they've a lot people have compared him to mr bruce going and and i don't you're not going to get meted deny that he has certainly demeaned the office that he holds and made himself to some extent relevant that's true i believe on the other hand you know stepping back and talking to people about where they think the united states is and should we still be taken seriously the answer tends to be yes in the middle east for example right you know it wasn't just rightwing israelis who didn't think much of mr obama stay overwhelming majority of israelis think much of mr obama in think he cared he managed to unite the your arabs and israelis against us very very care capable of of him on that on that score because of iran mr trump seems to have a better standing not just with the israelis but with the arabs as well and that's why i think green blat who really has no axe experience whatsoever is making some degree of headway and the idea that maybe you could get the palestinians to move if on the one hand the arabs push the palestinians and frankly if the arabs pushed israelis yet and so the middle east is a great example here i mean guests green but seems like an honest broker at least doing his part to try and meet with the bus or meet with young threading highlights threat let's talk about trump it any when he was in riyadh what a month ago he goes there for this big conference in saudi arabia with fifty leaders in the muslim world.

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