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"mr ford" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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Fresh update on "mr ford" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:16 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mr ford" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

"Mr Ford is 116 today. The oldest person in America. She lives in Charlotte. Though she was born and Lancaster County, South Carolina. She had 12 Children. She's got 50 grand kids and 120 great grandkids. Miss Ford credits are incredible longevity to family and a strong faith in God. W 18. It's happy birthday to her government watchdog says the highest ranking officials in the Department of Homeland Security aren't eligible to serve the appointments of the top two officials at the Department of Homeland Security violated federal law. That's according to the Government Accountability Office, which said that acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf and his deputy can Cuccinelli are serving under an invalid. Order of succession. Under the Vacancies Reform Act, the vacancies reformat governs how temporary appointment can be made to positions that require Senate confirmation. The G A. O said that any further actions would be up to Congress and the inspector general DHHS, saying in a statement. We wholeheartedly disagree with what it called Aghios Baseless report in Washington. John Decker Fox News, somebody BT News time for 17. I like Abed, that's really firm. I need something a little softer than that. Rest Easy. The sleep number 3 60 Smart Bet you could both. Adjust your comfort with your sleep number said I can't really help me fall asleep.

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"mr ford" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:23 min | Last month

"mr ford" Discussed on KTOK

"A one thousand after five the drive with the math just something that's been missing from the press lately is Mr Ford was a was a was a felon until the day he died and he was committing a felony by resisting arrest second thing I want I would like to throw out there is they want a new holiday I would be happy with a holiday that will remember all the police officers who've been killed in the line of duty I have no I have no problem that a couple of things it what would happen with George Floyd it doesn't matter what he did that doesn't matter what he did that four police officer with his knee and is that great eight minutes and forty six seconds was too long it was ridiculous it's not protocol even put your knee and somebody's neck it's supposed to be in the in between the shoulder blades and basically according to the independent autopsy kill them that's not okay I don't care what he was doing does it matter at that moment in for eight minutes and forty six seconds we see he's not resisting he is complying he's saying he can't breathe he's calling out to his dead mother there is no excuse for what that that now former cop did but I support the blue I am with you the good men and women that suit up every day and I have no problem the holiday remembering the police officers killed one a duty Walter Michigan what's happened hi how are you Joe thank you lose remember signing your commitment and what you do for America you bet my question and then at the end I got one quick question as the increase in reported corona virus are those real and those sick people were of those people that tested positive for the antibody and they get the count them as new cases and because in Michigan governor net with nobody believes what she says well we will never know the answer the question you you just asking you know that we won't because even the death count there were getting is fake and the reason why I say it's fake is because of somebody dies in a car crash or commit suicide jumping off a bridge and they somehow had anybody from corona the calling of the covert nineteen death so we don't know what a real death toll is from the disease you're saying this person died with it they're not saying click on it they're really playing games but she's she's reporting new cases constantly because they test fourteen thousand people today than saying that one quick comment about that the woman the expert on the constitution relative to women's sports yeah if you the answer is if you have a **** are you ever owned a **** you're not competing against the ladies all right thanks appreciate that I'm glad we take out DJ legato I'm glad we could get to the P. word on the show today I thought that was awesome we almost made it yeah we almost with the P. word it's outlook weather in Missouri the weather make it happen let's go yes Sir I never caught your show or anything I am a little bit older I have always been never prejudice but I'm getting there I am so sick and tired of these blacks turned the country upside down and we allow it just keep allowing that why the native Americans if we work three hundred years we would never be able to pay them back for what we have done to them and you don't see them on the street what's the deal here hi I hear you I disagree with you it's not it's not the blacks turning the streets upside down I I disagree with that I agree with the fact that we're allowing bad people to loot to riot to violently protest but this is being fueled by eighty four which is a fascist organization much in the in the same light as brown shirts in the **** in black shirts for for Mussolini from from Italy back in the day these are forces of terrorists that are tearing things up in the streets also involved in that is the group called black lives matter also in our piece group also the Thai police group and yes there are a lot of black people in that group that but the thirty percent of black people in this country thirteen percent of our population are by large very good people so it's not the blacks tearing things up what it is is anti government anti American values groups anti trump groups that are getting fueled by money from people like George Soros better tearing the streets up tearing down our history and we've got weak democratic governors mayors and county executives who are either afraid or they are complicit they're not stopping it when they should be it would be very hard to put this down to protest that only kill people arrest their **** throw them in the clinic don't let them out then in toll until they serve time for what they've done because now the cities and states have their hands out asking for the federal government to pay to rebuild things had been torn down my answer is no so many birds on a police station Minneapolis because the idiot mayor Jacob Frye decides that's a good thing to let them do you rebuild it I'm not rebuilding all of my tax money you rebuild the you the deposit let it happen but no I'm not going to ascribe to black people that they're tearing the streets down that's not what's happening you may think that's happening because of the biased media reports and how they're covering it these are radical groups that don't necessarily have a race.

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"mr ford" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It's really interesting let's go out to Shannon in Shelby good morning you're more I'm ready but it's not my call if the nail on the head love your neighbor as yourself well I don't draw as well but demanded that posted on Facebook the other day picture Jesus on the cross notes that all lives matter I got a whole bunch I've been majority on a man's but I got there belong to several different Christian website that were just outraged that they thought I was this missing Mr Ford are not not not sensitive to Mr Ford's buying our salary should that justice needs research justice also needs to be served towards the people that were riding herd of people businesses meeting people that were not involved and killing people or not involved and not one of those large things that matter so on and I was just back and forth with them on a non fan I am for justice if we don't have mercy humility justice forgiveness we don't have those things this country can be torn apart yep and it is after all even those officers that did that terrible crime yes of those riders Jesus died for all all of this all the time Paul hill Stevens because.

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"mr ford" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"With us now mayor Giuliani you're here I'm right here I'm watching it I'm watching what's happening in my city with a tremendous amount of sorrow and broken heart yeah I just I just I know I I was mayor eight years and Bernie Kerik was one of my three police commissioners Howard safer bill Bratton I will tell you we took over a city that had to rise in three years this kind of thing I never had this happen in a year this is what I have to tell you one thing you probably don't know you see those police officers in white shirts those are not really sucks that was a higher ranking officers also lieutenants captains in about now that's the difference between what happened in Minneapolis the other night to Mister Floyd what happens in my city security officer should have been on the scene Mr Ford was killed I probably would have they would have stopped the officer who was out of control that's one of those okay the officers when you see an officer in white that is not a police officer that's that's not even a sergeant to lieutenant or captain and possibly even inspect it was a very high ranking officers click the link to a captain in the army your carnal one day on a mask he's there he's there to watch you a police officer he's there to make sure that they don't use any force except the forces necessary to restrain the substantial.

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"mr ford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I think please but can you please confirm that he did the right thing Mr Ford please really homeowners it did he had a black mask and it had the presidential seal on it I in the corner in the blue and the lower right hand corner looking at him this is one of those stories that just annoys the hell out of me because it's like this obsession that the press has taken there's no reason the volume on this story should be as high as it is relative to the fact they answer Cuomo is pushing sick patients in the nursing office right so there's like an obvious the lake imbalance in what the news is supposed to be about I do grant I will grant a small win to the press here and one says if government officials are going to impose something on your life they should have to abide by the same standards that's true but to blow this story out of proportion is absurd I mean the all of the time spent on it from wearing a mask that's what's going on with the mask thing was it's it's meanwhile testing is at the level that you are complaining that we wouldn't get to and nobody's talking about that story and that's because again if things improve dramatically there so I just I just I just get annoyed by this particular storyline no no I can't blame you because there are other things are happening that actually our news worthy that would benefit their viewers if our listeners if they could hear those things that they could know what was going on why do people tune into the news to find out what's going on right get a nice synopsis of what's going on yeah they're not getting that there's no reason every single person in the press corps should be asking about masks that trump's not wearing like what's like why would we send multiple reporters to an event if you're all gonna ask the same question it will be exactly what not to wear a mask on the floor Mr park I'd love to know who that guy was because he sounds like the kid who got beat up a lot need great just saying he had that maybe you didn't get beat up enough and it's great well or that are the Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel was on CNN discussing the president's visit to Michigan yeah and where they talked about safety precautions end of the importance of wearing a mask in public all right would you like to hear her answer about what the president did it whether or not he abided by their rules I would let me let let me go accountable for a second because I know this is a longer cut I just want to say something about what will come back to the Michigan attorney job I wanted to know about her the treatment that she had of the president before he arrived was out of control she receives she released that letter that said you better not shop in this state without wearing a mask she was like yes at him she was warning him she was warning forward she's ready to bring down the the legal hammer if nobody listens to her so in her imperious behavior you know she obviously as you said she had to come and actually answer after the president left he wasn't wearing the mask on national television what is she gonna say so we'll have that for you in just a moment I don't want you to miss a moment of it and we've got to get you to work first six fifteen for those of you who are traveling W. I. L. traffic.

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"mr ford" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To the Oakdale home special rates for nurses I'd like to be back to see me I'm glad it's you two dollar go ahead it's a new story terribly old and corny I applied for a job is Dr shepherd's nurse five years ago and I fell in love with and that very day I loved him every day from that time on five years I don't know when it was when you started up with Mrs forks I knew she was trying to get a divorce I knew Mr Forbes wouldn't stand for then one day last week I guess it was by her doctor talking to on the phone he said there's a way to get rid of him I knew he was talking about getting rid of Mr Ford said they discussed the part about shepherd getting forced to threaten his life in front of witnesses so we could shoot him down when the time came no I didn't know that until yesterday morning which seems you came to see the doctor and then you left I over heard him on the phone again gold up Mr Forbes and said Mr dollar was coming over to talk about the divorce action and a new forms would be upset enough to attack me that was very good about anticipating what people would do in given situations even me I was in the office when Mr Forbes call last night and saw doctor put a gun in his coat I know it was going down to meet Mr Forbes and shooting so I followed him he was walking around in the dark looking for Mr Forbes with a gun in his hand two women pleaded with them not to be crazy Mrs Forbes wasn't worth it but he said he was gonna kill me to her we struggled to come when all I don't know how many times I can help you you need me to come he meant to shoot your when all these other details come out the most they can charge you with a secondary justifiable or manslaughter your nice but I can't get off I guess the police haven't found it yet when you Mrs Forbes an hour ago.

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"mr ford" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"April comes to New York Broadway the last spring the walk is a kind of dream read them to a pulse of cadence neon sign one blue John over loudspeakers when my time comes the street is spelled with a sudden trace reserve color but ours and have been dark again the Swiss laughter that's spelled out of doorways perfume warm and intimate please so follow the crowd on Broadway let your heart to it maybe this night will never get away from you but it does it always does the corner of night where I was there was no quality to the color or white walls touched one another the pyramids of shadow in between the emergency hospital and doctor since ski and Amanda was handed been cut we got older the SCADA over a period of time it'll go away and perhaps a slight itching now and then you are a lucky man Mr Ford no ligaments were injured and now hold still for just another minute party a litmus for twelve twelve was stand and watch that bandage dark is little time watch our jobs my prerogative distribution Mr for the calculation of a bandage whether or not it is used to pay read on Jack and the way again I'm a license for this gun and kill green however you could now I'm not in the but you're I'm available for show I got a license for it was there was held up five times over the number five I got my license I get tired of donating to the who lives outside of NYC slip this around her please Mr for little cooperation this is just the slayer you ever hear of a man named John elder list for the ocean that's right John Elgin it's over that is not back in all right in a few days because your family physician let him look at that hand compresses and take out the stitches when a ceiling get off the table now this was a result of like I was an American citizen the killing Mr Ford poem what would you do if your store was knocked over five times yes hi Karen how to register yeah I killed him would you give me a life for a gun forgiven but I might have to use your openings for you're gonna get in touch with my manager hello that's right that way out two four in the spring night is in full possession now.

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"mr ford" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

11:05 min | 5 months ago

"mr ford" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"But he often meet some notes about how this system it pulls everyone down You know this is. This is not to say that Mr Ford's being pulled down as equate to slavery. Of course not but that you know this. This system like the poverty cycle today or violence domestic violence. That's the way that it. Cyclically continued the ills of of this specific system of slavery. One thing as you're reading that that really struck me as interesting based on what you were talking about before is it. Sounds like Solomon was so not familiar with the intricacies of that system before he was kidnapped. But then just how much this experience I mean. It's in the title of the movie. You know twelve years. He learned so much about that and the way he was able to put the readers or viewers of of the movie telling his story into his own shoes. That's very telling of the type of person that he was. Yeah now he is generally one of my heroes yeah. I think it's a shame that we haven't made a bigger point of telling his story. Traditionally you know in it among the heroes in legends of of the United States. And I'm sure that's born partly out of wouldn't acknowledge such a an incredible human being who was a slave. You're also bringing up the shame. That's felt of slavery. Yeah you can't have one without the other right by. I just think Solomon should absolutely be loud and celebrated. I'll also add that when we get to scenes with With tibbets it's Mr Ford who who saves Solomon's live always goes to bat for him. He stands up for him unlike. Say Frederick Douglass is experience where the more levelheaded masters in his life. Have no problem saying well. Yeah it's really too bad that the skies being really violent towards you but all lose money so you need to go back to work. Mr Ford is always ready to stand up for him. He tells Mr Tibbets that he does not sell Psalm and get him out of his ownership. Which that's kind of gloss over in the movie but Tibbets has purchased Solomon from Mr Ford by on a mortgaging basis. So that's where Mr Ford still has a vested interest in him. And he's able to protect him but MR foretells tip it's at one point. After some of their fights you are going to either rent him out where you will sell annual somehow get him out of your life or I will make sure he's out of your life. You're not going to kill this man. You're not going to keep beating on him. This is not not acceptable. He also is never told. This happens in the movie. Solomon Tells Mr Ford that he's actually Freeman and the way that than it had. Cumberbatch does He's phenomenal actor does a great job with the role. But you know a Mr for tennis links back from this like oh. I can't hear these things sort of you know. Don't don't make my world morally complicated. Ford was never informed of this so that was just a fabrication flat out so again the essence of the film capturing the depravities of slavery great perhaps in that process though Mr definitely did not get a fair shake. I want to touch on that one character that you talked about tibbets because there's a moment in the movie where. Tibbets actually hangs Solomon in retaliation for Solomon standing up to him. And then we see Mr Ford step in or actually I think it's Mr Ford overseer first step in now believe Chaplin Yeah. He's he steps in but then he stops the hanging but then he just leaves Solomon to hang there while he goes to get Mr Ford. We don't really see exactly how much time passes. But you get the sense that it was daytime and then it starts to get hymie dusk by the time Mr Ford gets there. He comes cuts down. The Rope Saves Solomon but then he tells Salomon tibbets is going to. He's going to keep coming. He's not going to stop. So what Mr Ford ends up doing. In the movie is an attempt to save salmon's life. He sells salomon to another plantation. And that is where we I see Michael Fast benders character Edwin APPs so I have to ask did. Solomon nearly die by hanging. What can I assume was hours in the movie shows and then it was at the reason why Solomon was sold from Mr Ford to Mr APPs. So first off. He is laughed hanging out. What isn't readily apparent in the book? And so I'm I'm inclined to think that this is probably a little bit of liberty and the depiction. I do not recall him being tiptoed. Don't get me wrong. Terrible way. Spend a day right and and he mentions mentions that that doesn't do justice. Solomon is absolutely being tortured. In this moment it's awful. He's left height of all day. Long is Ford who comes and cuts down. He doesn't even know himself why he was left in that position. He speculates that the overseer he he says he's not sure why. Chapin left him up which is guy just lacking in moral courage. That's one of the things a Salman speculates on a just a coward. Not Willing to undo tibbets had done in other thought that Salman entertains is that perhaps Chapin wanted to ensure that Ford saw just what Tibbets had done to to Solomon Though for Solomon makes pretty clear I really would rather have been cut down than been left in this position for an entire day suffering but that did happen and outfight again. This is another truncated thing. It really synthesized a number of conflicts that there are at least two conflicts took place over the course of a month. One of which solvent really just wants on haunted. He wins the fight. It's just cheered for misery. Does autobiography right and he doesn't want to do this. But you know at some point this human being right. He's got a defend himself he can't you can't just let. Tippett's literally kill him. Which is what he feared would happen. So he finally fought back choked tibbets until he he passed out and then Solomon ran for the swamp fearing for his life and was greatly relieved when from a distance he saw Tippett's regained consciousness in walked to the house because at least then he knew he wasn't going to be charged with having killed a white man. So you know things kind of die down after that and then we have another fight is these things are going on when Mr Ford. A to get to the second part of your question with Mr Ford Continuing to protect Solomon says Tippett's. It's clear that you hate him. I'm not GonNa let you kill this man. I'm not GonNa let you harm this man. It you have got to divest herself of you're young. You're economic stake. Where he like. We do with houses today. We had a mortgage on Solomon. So yes he gets sold because typically is going to kill him if he doesn't sell empathy inaccurate thing. Perhaps as I as I recall in the film I don't think it really got into the nitty gritty of this shared interest. Where tibbets is the owner. You know buying by just just like someone with a house to return my mortgage example right like it's shirts your house. You call it your your house but really the bank owns it and if you fail to make payments as the house will get repossessed right. So that's the the financial relationship here so tibbets APP per the instructions of Mr Ford sells off Solomon to APPs and since APPs as as I recall at least Did Not need to have a mortgage the purchases full and complete and at this point. Mr Ford is no longer in the picture. Okay so just to feed that back. Make sure I understand that example there would was Mr Tibbets the bank in that example. Or was he the before the bank and not example. Okay so he would have essentially held the mortgage than tibbets. She'll be paying on. Yeah so tibbets Activities would be like the middle class person looking to buy a house and I think that's a pretty fair comparison. Most slave owners only owned a a very few slaves. Would you picture this to go? Super Stereotypical right like this gone with the wind. Massive plantations sort of thing. That's a very small minority of the population in the south under the economic system. We have a terrible spread of wealth. It's highly concentrated in a very small upper class and then you get to planters who own. The vast majority of slave owners have less than twenty slaves. And of course you get to to poor whites who ono sleighs. By the time we get to the civil war as things continue to spread in terms of the inequality continued to spread. You have a very small minority of really massive plantations compared to those who own just a handful so Tippett's would be more like a an upcoming type. Who's trying to acquire slices trying to build up a big plantation okay? That's a good explanation because I don't feel the movie really explained that side of it very much. It whisked over a lot of that. These two people are fighting against each other. And then all of a sudden Mr out of the picture which you know to be fair it hits a Hollywood film and they're trying to entertain people's much. Tell a story right I. Most people are interested in taking a forty minute aside to explain the intricacies of the southern economy for triple war. So I mean either loved it but yeah it goes back to the Historian. Side exactly Speaking of Mr Apps the first that we see Edwin APPS. That's Michael fasteners character. He's reading to the slave from the Christian Bible which I find very ironic now as EPPs explains it. The Bible is saying that if the slaves don't obey their master then they'll be beaten with a great many lashes. Needless off forty hundred hundred fifty lashes. The movie doesn't really say what scripture it is but I jotted down and looked it up. It's Luke chapter twelve verse forty seven and it really is part of the Bible that he's reading from the quote that he's using in the movie comes from something that Jesus himself was saying as he's talking to his disciples so I'm curious scripture used as a part of the excuse for slavery by people like APPs who at least in the movie they claim to be a godly man. Despite doing these horrible horrible things one hundred percent yes in fact that specific verse Sullivan Does Mention. It in his autobiography now. I don't believe APPS was the one reading from it when he cited it when Solomon cited it but the fact that Solomon would point to it. It just tells me that he probably heard it. Far More than on one occasion is twelve years living life and slaved..

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The Presidential Pardon the Country Never Forgot

Retropod

04:40 min | 11 months ago

The Presidential Pardon the Country Never Forgot

"August ninth one thousand nine hundred seventy four vice president Gerald Ford ascended small stage of the White House and raised Ford was taking over the presidency from Richard Nixon who resigned in disgrace over the Watergate scandal and everything that followed even with four taking over two years after the scandal began the weight of the incident remained a burden on the White House and on a country trying to move on and then just a month after taking office controversy erupted again when Ford employed one of the most powerful function the presidential power a decision that would haunt the rest of his political life there are no historic guard legal precedents is to which I can turn in this matter he pardoned Nixon Mike Conscience tells me that only I as president the constitutional power to firmly shot then seal this book my conscience tells me it is my duty not merely to proclaim domestic tranquillity to use every means that I have to ensure Ford had deliberated with his top aides and secret for days and the reaction to his decision it was swift the New York Times reported the next day that the White House switchboard was jammed with angry calls heavy and constant Ford approval ratings took a dive even his own press secretary resigned in protest the decision probably doomed his chances of reelection in nineteen seventy six four told the post there is a group of bitter people who never forgave me and probably voted against me and the net result is that they probably helped that I didn't win critic saw the pardon as forgiving Nixon's behavior for worse a meeting between Ford and Nixon Chief-of-staff Alexander Haig in the weeks leading to the resignation created suspicion some thought that Ford had struck a deal to pardon Nixon in exchange for becoming president wants Nixon was gone the knee times recounted the encounter after Ford's death writing that Mr Hey told Mr Ford that White House tapes would soon crew Nixon is role in the Watergate cover up and outlined several possibilities for Nixon's departure he handed Mr Ford two pieces of paper the description of the presidential power to pardon and the blink part inform Mr Ford later said he had given no definitive answer but when he described the meeting to his aides they were alarmed at the implication that Nixon through Mr Haig might be offering Mr Ford the president missing in return for a party the to always denied the pardon was part of a quid pro quo Ford tained that his decision stemmed from a desire to shield the country from further harm in fact four testified before Congress about the party in part to have his reasoning on the record and in doing so he became the first sitting president ever to deliver sworn testimony when four died in two thousand six the pardon and its consequences still hadn't faded but history may have finally read with the Thirty Eighth President's version of events on interview late in life with Washington Post order Bob Woodward who unraveled the Watergate scandal with Carl Bernstein Ford explained his true reasoning for pardoning Nixon the economy was trouble the nation was still engaged in the Cold War in the United States could not afford to be swept up in criminal trials over Watergate for years Woodward was suspicious of the Party but Ford convinced him you later said that the pardon was an act of courage rather than the final corruption of Watergate

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U.S. Army Corps stands by permit for Dakota Access oil pipeline

Michael Medved

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Army Corps stands by permit for Dakota Access oil pipeline

"Keith. Peter the US army corps of engineers completed. More than a year of additional study of the Dakota Access oil pipeline saying the work substantiated at Servier determination that the pipeline, poses no significant environmental threats a US district judge had ruled that the core largely complied with. Environmental law and permitting the energy transfers partners pipeline but the judge Moore study. Because. He said the agency didn't adequately consider how an oil spill under the Missouri, river might affect the standing rock Sioux tribe but the course set in his filing Friday that the, chance. Of an oil spill is low in that. Minority and low. Income populations are not at greater

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Trump plans to announce Supreme Court pick July 9

Paul LaGrange The Home Improvement Show

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Trump plans to announce Supreme Court pick July 9

"Say drilling would place wildlife in the virunga and salonga national parks at risk and contribute to global warming the congolese cabinet said it planned to open up around one fifth of gratitude oil exploration the park is home to more than half the world's population of mountain gorillas salonga covers around thirty thousand square kilometres of the congo basin president trump has said he will announce his nominee for new us supreme court judge on july the ninth the new justice will fill a vacancy left by anthony kennedy who standing down after more than thirty years his tara mckelvey mr trump told reporters that he's narrowed down his choice for a supreme court justice to about five candidates and two of the candidates are women he said that he wouldn't ask these candidates how they feel about in one thousand nine hundred seventy three court decision at established the constitutional right to have an abortion many republicans are hoping that the president will nominate someone who will challenge that court ruling but democrats would be strongly opposed to a nominee who tried to overturn the decision this is the world news from the bbc gunmen have attacked the marley and headquarters of the regional force fighting islamist militants in the sahel region of west africa at least six people are reported to have been killed a car bomb was exploded at the base and rocketpropelled grenades were fired at the facility the chilean army has sacked twenty three army officers and soldiers after accusing them of involvement in the sexual and physical abuse of two recruits some are accused of covering up the abuse of the soldiers and others participating in it the case only came to light after a nurse in the hospital where one of the crews had been sent reported the alleged attacks doug ford the brother of late toronto mayor rob ford has been sworn in as the new premier of canada's most populous province ontario the position is one of the most powerful in canadian politics during his campaign mr ford said he wanted to reverse policies designed to reduce greenhouse gases and cut personal and corporate taxes the number of bush's citizens acquiring the nationality of another european union country has sharply increased since britain voted to leave the eu in june twenty sixteen figures collected by the bbc showed that the number of british citizens getting another european nationality was seven times higher last year than twenty fifteen german and french passports with the most.

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"mr ford" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WJR 760

"The rooftop the it just doesn't get any better than that viewing standpoint if you don't mind me saying it steve courtney here what you along with the news director richard havener and during the break richard executive producer and thomas and myself were running down the top fifty restaurants in the world oh sadly detroit doesn't have one new york and italy have a couple of each and then the rest are strewn about but i'm gonna take it upon myself to put detroit on the culinary map because as you heard mr ford yesterday morning talking about the big goings on with the central station there he suggested that i should open a restaurant in the new digs that's what he said you heard i heard him well i am from mr ford himself i am going to put detroit on the culinary i am going to make a bold prediction my restaurant and i'll share more than just a bit we'll be top fifty in the world probably inside a year and a half just by the name alone you'll be able to tell the direction it's going okay it's going to be called cells berry lane what will we serve richard oh man yes mashed potatoes gravy and that mysterious meets you can't be beat oh man better known as sales bury st nature's goodness that's what we're going to specialize in how do you enjoy put us on the map for sure what do you mean you mr ford won't let me do that if mr ford is tuned in right now he s seeing dollar signs as i am now richard personal question how do you enjoy yourselves berry steak medium medium well medium rare so that's my idea and i think rolling agreement that inside a year you'll see cells berry lane listed in the top fifty restaurants around the world i haven't decided on fries or tater tots tater tots are all the rage right now a lot of restaurants serving a mop yep well there you go this califa calif lower caters.

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"mr ford" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Two wow guys like we we go to a lot of arenas over the course of the year and we talked about the food we've talked about how we get there and the greatness of spirit airlines well the new the one i wanna throats you now is what drives you most nuts inside an nba arena because there's all sorts of inner riina entertainment that we deal with some of its very good some of it the is is very much entertaining but much of it is bad what is the most annoying thing that you encounter on the road in what would you like to uh and finish from every nba arena the thing that strikes the the thing that stands out to me most as as i ponder this question mr ford's berg is i hate the fake spots interim in lake uh in a munich tm uh she's my uh dr and the cloth atlanta if a high and later aboard have done it to overtime i i i think the fans are too smart and then i see light stuff gets put it on social media milli can you believe that this guy just dumped his nachos on his girls head give me great like you're you're cheating the process the best moments in an mba venue the show upon the jumbotron are the ones through the head of happened organically and all these teams not all these deemed ballata teams try to try to fake their way through the process like it's like taking the the jumbotron system i don't like it so that that drives me nuts in and the stake noise through an orlando god i i love you noticed it up.

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"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It i'll give it a codeword fact all tom geopolitical tom here's the code is see it we'll give it a codeword next 20 minutes let's get started was story number one on cairo's raanan don's top five fact by number one or does sort of a onetwo extract over to give sheppard while cambodia i'll forceful delve on hecker you'll remember the name because he was the first of five men to come forward and accuse former seattle mayor ed murray of molesting him raping him as a child and today we're getting word that dublin heckert has been found dead in an auburn motel room we don't yet know the caused there is some information the seattle times reporting there may have been some drug paraphernalia in the room we know there was a fire at that same motel today but we don't know whether those things are connected to his death what we do know from attorney lincoln beauregard is that we should be learning some lessons from delve ons life i do feel as though there is a lesson to be learned from dove on hecker is life and that he's a wonderful person and wonderful people like him and called them all shapes and forms and segments of society and the courage that it took for mr ford i personally consider him a hero now he had a really rough life both of his parents died from drug overdoses and he battled addiction himself and attorney lincoln beauregard says he's proud of the way delve on handled himself every time that i did talk to him uh took great pleasure until unom how proud i was a lem problem for stepping out and doing this and you'll speaking truth to power but just as much i was proud of them and i am proud of him for fighting the battle with addiction and that was a battle he fought for years add probably even decades in the end we don't know if that is what took his life but attorney a beauregard says that one of the things that was hardest for delve on aside from the abuse was actually just the fact.

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"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Could be a big winner a story number three takes us to be ver lake home of the fighting bulldogs in that kim shepherdess here to explain more yeah there is a shop teacher they're getting ready for retirement and as he does so does another beloved member of the bulldogs their mascot buddy nor were patrick ward has been teaching the and sharp at beaver like middle school for more than twenty years ninety one week plans sri insolvent here since 2003 and through all that time he's had a very special friend joining me today buddy the bulldog mr ford says before buddy he was never really a dog percent and the idea of getting a bulldogs started as a joke back when they were first building schooling decided on a mascot no malays they know dogs allows that masino into latif after all lowlife seen over nearly a quarter century wooded dogs that serve because he leaving me the first body passed away about twelve years ago so the kurd mascot is actually buddy to point out over the years thousands of students have had the privilege of seeing buddy at school every single day and the school is required of buddies specific permission slip for each and every one of them that mr ford says it's never been a problem for those who are allergic just because they send favoritism unit detectors and that even some of jobs sign but i have shown what it looks like oh awesome is it probably doesn't hurt the body is a small sturdy dog who really just wants to hang out in her cushioned wagon kids casually swing by to give her a scratch usually goal the news cutter who's really black seeing she's always really hong all his sadly when she's gung ho i've already gotten pasture she's pena actually relaxing to camera crews stress body can you can come the guardian shooters nikki smile and cheaper kite pharma i may seem happy because she's like a friend to avalanches of getting a bulldog was kind of a.

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"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And through all that time he's had a very special friend joining me today buddy the bulldog mr ford says he four buddy he's never really a dog person and the idea of getting a bulldogs started as a joke back when they were first building a schooling decided on a mascots my wife say no dogs allows they're in that we see no into bozo people have rats after all is love i've seen colour nearly a quarter century dogs that sued the hitting leaving me the first body passed away about twelve years ago said occurred mascot is actually buddy to point out over the years thousands of students have had the privilege of seeing buddy at school every single day and the school is required of buddies specific permission slip for each and every one of them that mr ford says it's never been a problem for those who are allergic just because they send the bigger disney in it and that even some norman lear last signed showman but it looks like oh awesome is it probably doesn't hurt the cloudy is a small sturdy dog who really just wants to hang out in her cushioned wagon kids casually swing by to give her a scratch goal in his putter concerning black saying she's always really hong all his living she's gone this is i've already gotten tester she's pena action actually she can claim all all stretch act body you can you can come in the body and she was make you smile and she superpipe four for my racing happy because she's like a friend to anyone she's a buddy getting a bulldog was kind of a given since they are the bieber like bulldogs but buddies name was specifically chosen by mr ford yeah because he's like he just wants to keep them here having drain after twenty four years at beaver lake mr ford says this will be his last as a fulltime teacher he'll be retiring in the spring and twelve year old buddy will be retiring along with him so i had to ask six crater yana michigan us more next year mr ford or buddy package deals before he retires mr ford has one more gift he'd like to give the school a lifesize bronze statue created by the same tacoma artists who created the statue of ivan the.

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"mr ford" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

"That was a crazy birthday party so tom yeah so time you want to go there it was a crazy time you go to los angeles in your meet people in you know it's it's so disposable now somebody's hot for a year and at that time it was hard for a year so wherever tomlin we won and i remember truce birthday party we we got invited to drew barrymore birthday party and it was like i bid you a lotta starstudded events this one was ridiculous it was at a club called belly which of course and then it was everybody use every single person in the entertainment industry starstruck now because letterman takes care that pretty quick like like yeah yeah i mean i mean letterman you're like our member harrison ford walked in once i was a writer at the time and i was bringing a script onto the stage and he grabs my it harrison ford just walks in antigrass way i'm gonna goes to you know where it can get a good bottle of white wine and i was like i thought about it and i say walsh it i'm gonna go get him a bodily mike i do know a place and it gives me a hundred dollars what i go yeah okay i just when there's a place on 57th and i brought it back and it was really cool about white wine for harrison did he like it he loved it and on the way out the interview on the way out i made it a point to say mr ford he was getting in the car and i go mr ford how did you like the line turned around it was dramatic he turned around he goes that's the best white wine i've ever had.

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"mr ford" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"But anyway work we're happy to look at it as well thank you charlie thank you very much enron ron good morning to you how can we help you y'all got a two thousand six ford f one fifty supercrew of the five point four mode run it for the poor will drive down one ever the weather changes then it gets cold i'm sorry to two thousand ten ford infants is in two thousand ten when the weather gets cold the truck wants to stop all by itself the break some break comes on it it it it's third grinding or it sounds like a grinding down but then it it goes away when it warms up won't do it all summer long and then wintertime com this just quit cold and you go to take up in a truck start stop all by itself okay mr ford guy take your shot so it's it's as if the brakes are being applied by themselves is that what you're saying it it it it back we in it and i don't know where one break or a couple of gray footage may come a growling grinding side grounding nor a grinding know inside the truck and its warning thought but i'm not even touch the break but i am in light on the deaths comes on time in icy conditions but then after warmed up it goes away and it doesn't do it again won't do it all summer long and then wintertime company or starts again well i guess the first thing we need to his identify which cornered the vehicle at is i am i suggest would be run gone to harbour freight and pick up on those infrared temperature guns and what is what it's doing it we all portis i roadwork safe and just take that gun in and gun each wheel on.

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"mr ford" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"But as you'll hear it seemed as though he had not got the memo mr ford congratulations thank you i appreciate it people are saying that said calling it a stunning win what do you think that if things are going really well what do so much throughout your juniors are even here a all right all right elements to ford are you there yeah yeah of area oh i you're at some event or perma cold young pope are coach okc your football practice then here all right well okay will continue that what is it do you think do so much support to your campaign nurtures the people are sick and tired of the wasteful spending people are sick and tired of wasteful spending the bottom line for out there when they were normally only one that can go down there he just go ahead oh no sorry so um you know people just fed up with uh you know uh politicians wondering uh hardearned tax dollars and they know that i'm going to get rid of the six about car registration tax and the land transfer tax lino that you campaign is been compared to my carresses common sense revolution to the tea party movement do you see those comparison whatever they want a kid i just i just know the taxpayers uh once uh you know the gravy train to come to an end and that uh while forty gotta do it decent similarities and i i don't i don't i don't think there's any similarities a uh just know that uh like i said i'm going to put it into the wasteful spending some degree between serbian destructive.

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"mr ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gave male athlete stay in the closet has far more to do with the public than with the locker room it troubles her she admits that she herself lied about that filling out boilerplate ncaa forms that the firm that there was no cheating but everybody does it just tell the ncaa watson sell more tickets strong opinions begets strong reactions and frank got his share after french suggested maybe hockey should stay in canada former morning edition host bob edwards read from april picula release scorching letter mr ford were to step off a plane and detroit hockey gone under anything but an assumed name he probably wouldn't live defined his luggage yikes frank says it's never been his goal to alienate listeners rather he wanted to show a nonsports audience that sports were closer to them than they thought this was part of your life than it's the second tier the first tears is eating drinking procreation second secondtier is religions spirit music our and the physical sports it deserves to have as much attention paid to it seriously many did and the number of letters that i have gone through the years saying i never really care i was but i i liked listening to you because you bring something new to i'm proud of that i am proud of that in twenty thirteen he received what he calls his highest honor the first ever national humanities metal i sportswriter right before former president obama gave him the award frank was announced this way frank deference nothing's ever perfect chuckles frank the ford but for so many listeners and readers his career came pretty close it was npr's sports correspondent tom goldman with an appreciation of sports writer and npr commentator frank to ford who died yesterday at.

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