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May Spotlight on Mental Health Month

America Trends

08:01 min | 1 year ago

May Spotlight on Mental Health Month

"And may in fact is mental health awareness month. There are some very interesting facts about it too. I know that you probably realize recent decades they've been a spotlight on it in what was the nineties. These books came out about Prozac nation, and people really got honest about. Yes, we have these things you have a mental illness. It's like having a physical illness. Get it treated, you're not embarrassed speak out loud. We have superstars and celebrities who come out and speak freely about it. And maybe that helps us all sort of able to again, be honest. But another other interesting things about it. It's been since a night late nineteen forties. I just found out myself when the first national mental health awareness week was launched. So it's been that long since we've been trying. To put focus on it and Christmas, not a walk. Are we are lucky to have here weekly? She is with the mental health mental health news network. Make sure I got that. Right. Mental health News Radio network. Thank you. Mental health News Radio dot com. And this is a huge network of podcasters that that does include Kristen download our number one hundred seventy countries all around the world, and she just dedicates her life to this. And these are also always so interesting to hear some of these facts Kristen in the nineteen sixties. This campaign was extended to the entire month of may. So again in the sixties, we must have put focus on it again, and where courage to take responsibility for preventing mental illness by making positive lifestyle choices and thought and action and for heaven's sake. As you tell people all the time if necessary get some help or talk to someone and say, maybe talk therapy or meds might be right for you and your situation and -solutely. So. How long let's talk a little bit about you. How long have you been dealing with with this issue and trying to help people and what strives have you seen since then? Oh my gosh. That's a long discussion. Now. We have love to hear what you say. Kristen you do have such a great background. I think you so much and I'd say I'd like to be in this field. I've been working with mental health challenged people since I was probably eight or nine years old. My grandmother was called a foster grandparents, and she was actually an appointment by Nancy Reagan telemetry and she worked with kids down syndrome autism. And other mental health issues, and I was with her after school working with the kids, and I had no idea that was my first installment into the in tier volunteering, but it was and I kept that up throughout my entire life up until forty nine years old. That's pretty amazing Kristin. So this is your grandmother was written up Nancy Reagan's. What was let's get her grandma. Shut out. What was her name? I dream Vesa Audrey Besse, and she was a Nancy Reagan's book called to love child. Yes. Interesting. I'll mazing that. So. Barrett. Is right there. Thank you can throw aren't that? Good. Kristen fantastic. Was this book? Release published your member and guided seventies early eighties late seventies. Yeah. Sounds about. Right. That's precious boil boy to love child, Nancy Reagan, your grandmother, and that's just so prefix that that would be in your family and your legacy and with what you do. Now, you're all over the world where this grandma would be so proud. Yes, she really would be. And you know, it's interesting to hear the labels that are used we need the us labels to define thing. So that we can understand them. And then there's a part of not be labeled that comes with that. But at that time the words that were used to describe people that had down syndrome and other ailments. They were not very friendly. They certainly wouldn't be PC today. They're not worth repeating. But just the awareness of the kind of language we use when it comes to mental health related problems is fantastic. Compared to what it used to be well say there, and this might not be completely applicable both what you're saying now, but just in in media. And culture allowed and you think of movies in the past. You've got one flew over the course nest. Just little things like that. Just just that spark a recognition. This is how them for trade and not everyone who has mental health issues has is a huge spectrum. Ryan absolutely huge sector. It's not everyone needs medication. Some people need medication for a short time in their life to get them throw something and some people need medication for a lifetime and idea behind it. Is there this isn't anymore? Those other people that have these kinds of problems. It's all of us anyone that has taken zanex or an SRI or something like that has struggled with mental health challenge whether temporarily or an ongoing issue with make so much drives in the science and the public understanding when you talk about these people used to talk about. You know, the shock treatments people had to get and those were so severe, but they honestly did help some painful ramifications with those just as with anything and then back in the day. When people went to war, you came back with shell shock and people just left it alone didn't talk they leave him alone. He's got more issue's now after all the things we've been in the recent decades and all our struggles around the world, we have people coming home, and there's so much more of an understanding about it and ways to help that it doesn't have to be a silent thing, and we call it PTSD now more than more than shell shock or whatever else they used to call it. And that's just that's just that alone is a huge stride. Absolutely. Take a look at something like autism. That was that they are saying there's so many more people that are being diagnosed with autism. There's an epidemic unreality really is according to the researchers and doctors I've been with it's not that there's more going on. It's that people are just open to being getting. Diagnosed saying there somewhere on the spectrum. And you always wonder about that whether with autism and ask burgers and things like that. Or any condition if we're just better at going to seek help and the doctors knowing how to identify it and help or you know, you have people talking about back scenes, what's in our food. And what's in our water that could be causing more of this? But but you're right. We can think of we've known in the past even when we were little children who were just a bit different and not different special and had different abilities. And I think that's someone that might not have been diagnosed that could have been helped. And so what you say really does ring true. Yes, it's wonderful for people to have something tangible to hang onto when they're going through something with their mind on something that affects their entire physiology. It's a wonderful thing to know. That's what this is or to at least take on the challenge of trying to find out what's going on because there are so many treatments available and the issue has been largely in in this area of health stigma associated with it now that we're reducing the stigma people are more apt to they'll get health because they're not embarrassed to do. So absolutely. We have to remind people every single day down way. Because they're always people you've worked in this for decades. But there are always people who are just finding out. I might have a problem now, whether they're adults or children who haven't heard any of this message because their children and dealing with kids stuff. Then one day they realize I might have an issue, and they might hear someone like Christians not a Walker. Speaking of this and realizing there could be a solution to this. I should speak out and get some help. It's not. Something I have to deal with alone. Right. Exactly. Actually, that's the biggest piece to with reduced sigma or in a radical. Then people will talk to other people not just for fashionable and realize, oh, my neighbor is struggling or my colleague at work.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Years. Yeah. And here by the way, he in nineteen eighty he went up against Reagan for the nomination. Yes. That's right. And then Reagan made him be VP. So here is the story today. Okay. So Barbara Bush's grandmotherly veneer made Nancy Reagan seat. She wanted her to change the way she dressed and to do something with their hair and her makeup. Well, think about it. Nancy Reagan comes from Hollywood stupor fischel super thin had her sued psychic on, you know, she was considered kind of a colder woman. I mean, it wasn't Hughes. The stepmother she famously had problems with you know, the kid. Yes. A couple of the kids Nancy was envious of how self-confidence Barbara Bush was for social sanding shit, a very close knit family. Yeah. Yeah. And Barbara had a sense of style pearls. Well, she did. And Burma thought that Nancy Reagan was brittle. Shallow and failed to forge closer even functional relationships with their kids, shoes, truly baffled. Oops. Oops. Okay. So in the early nineteen ninety story circulated about Nancy Reagan, treating Barbara Bush poorly, and she Barbara Bush called up the first lady to try and kill the bad, publicity and Nancy Reagan pretend like she didn't know what she was talking about in things like the bushes. Not once but twice they were canned from going to the White House dinner famously from the one where Princess Diana and the prince of Wales came in nineteen eighty-five normally the vice president would always at the White House state dinner. Give little slap. He'd be. Yeah. Very much. So anyway, Barbara Bush said I I just she wrote in her diary, I didn't feel like playing her game anymore. And I told her don't you ever? Call me get an all never call you getting she hung up the phone in. Is this still when she is? Yes device presence. Yeah. Apparently when they became the first family Nancy Reagan had no first lady advice, which is traditional for one first lady as same resident. Not usually a letter, and you probably make make yourself available. Here's my number. But all she said to Barbara Bush that it's considerably more difficult than being Secondly. And that's from Barbara Bush. That's what she said. Okay. And. Anyway, the she hated us MRs Bush told Susan page of who did the matrix. I don't know. I, but you really hated. It hated us. They never invited the bushes to Camp David when they were the first family, the Reagan's it was, you know, listen to women don't get along. Yeah. And is bins. Do it's hard to their won't be a social life. No, they can work together. But it's the guys can do things on their the gals or in the case of somebody was gay if the other partner, you know, someone doesn't like each other in the two main people that are in the positions of reading the fine. Anyway, they only got invited to eat upstairs in the private residency once. An eight year in years. And the most sought after invitation of the Reagan presidency, and this is from a couple of different historians have done. Their books was the November ninth nineteen eighty-five dinner for Princess, Diana. And her husband, the prince of Wales everyone wanted to go to this, and John Travolta was invited. Yes. He was and Nancy went to great lengths to make sure that the bushes. And how documents from the Reagan library, the author of the book rates at the names of the bushes, which were they refrigerate vice president Secondly crossed out by hand from both an initial invite last and then the company plan for them to greet guests in the red room on the third list. Their names had again been slashed out by Penn when the deputy White House chief of staff cautioned mrS Reagan about excluding the vice president and the second lady from the dinner saying, it would be a breach of protocol would cause gossip, and blah, blah, blah. And she said just watch me. Whoa. Whoa. She did not like Barbara sturdy figure the blunt manner and close knit..

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seven ten w hey, good morning, everybody. Well, Malania Trump is flexing her muscles there in the White House. She is calling for the ouster of deputy national security security advisor MIR Ricardo apparently Milania believes that Mira Ricardel was leaking some stuff negative stuff about her on her trip to Africa, and she is openly calling for her husband to fire her. And then you said this is unprecedented. Here's your on Nancy Reagan, you're wrong. Nancy Reagan had Don Regan chief of staff. Did she put out a press release? Regan put out a Nancy Reagan put out a press release, all but she but she certainly leaked to the press. She was the one who wanted Don Regan out of the White House out a press release from Alania Trump's office, which I thought was just unbelievable calling for her head, which means she is toast. Apparently, there was some argument over the seating on the trip to Africa. She did not take the trip and apparently because of that argument over the seating arrangements. She then leak the negative stories and Milania office. But at a press good for them. Disclosure. I think it's great open their candidate. She does not like this woman. And she's gonna chopper in the neck statement is that's how that's unprecedented. Michael mira. Rijkaard L is definitely history finished. It's unbelievable. But. You wonder what else is going on at the White House because you keep hearing rumors about Kelly keep hearing about the homeland security adviser. Well Nielsen well, she's Nielsen has gone too. But the rumor is that Malania doesn't like doesn't like Kelly the chief of staff she wants him out as well. I think seem long as president. Great. That's not a bad thought. Actually, see there. We agree again. We can agree. This is the show's going off the rails. If we agree all the time. This is twice in the morning. Stop the presses. Hey, the CNN suit. Now, I've heard people on all sides. You know, CNN is suing to get Jim Acosta's press pass back. You know, Kosta had the big dust up with the White House intern at the last news conference and his press pass pulled and the White House has changed the stories a little now they're claiming because he touched her. And then I don't know. But anyway. So so they're going to court today, and I wouldn't be surprised and people on all sides, including some commentators on Fox News think that the CNN has a strong case first amendment fifth amendment. They didn't get due process. White house. Just can't arbitrarily decide who gets a press pass in the people's house. And and they think the judge today is going to issue a temporary restraining order until they can hear the whole case. We'll see I mean on the other hand, I would say that a Costas was outta line. He is not asking questions. He is attempting to debate the president and get across a political point of view, which is from the left because it's coming from CNN as he said, he did not say Mr President may ask you about this. He said, Mr President, I want to challenge you, I want to challenge you, and then the president well within his rights to say, you know, I don't wanna take that question. I'm moving on and a Kosta wouldn't stop and the cute little girl went over to get the microphone, and he you know, manhandled her. Well, I think I'm not going to disagree. The cost of grandstanding because he definitely was totally. That's that's not a reason to pull a credential. I think the whole idea of the first amendment and the free press is that the reporters, and I'm not defending this. I'm just saying that reporters have the right under the constitution to be as a noxious. And as miserable is nasty, and is grandstanding as they wanna be and they have the right to do that. But why this particular reporter CNN has every right to be there CNN should be there. But I think a Kosta is crossing a line. And I think the White House can argue to CNN look, we don't think that this guy is professional so send somebody else. Well, he's already taken shots at April. Ryan and by coincidence or not other black female White House correspondents. He actually said April Ryan could be next. So the whole idea of repressing the press because you don't like their questions. Favor that and you shouldn't be in favor of that. Because you're in journalism. They're not repressing the press. They're not revoking the White House credentials for all of the reporters. There the reporters are always going to be there. But they are saying that there are certain reporters who are not behaving as reporters. Well, I think who's hosted the side how now again, I'm not saying, right or wrong. I'm saying who's to defend how reporter is supposed to act that's not up to the president. So so it's fine to have obnoxious like a costume. They're just grandstand. Then the president you say, okay. No more press conference say that no more press what they should have done in this situation turned off his Mike. They have the controls there. The audio people just turn off the guys. Mike young a lovely young woman went over to a very politely. Take the mic from him and a cost practically flattened did. Not look at the doctor video from Alex Jones stopping barely touched her arm. Anyway, speaking, all speaking of lovely young women. Yeah. Your favorite Alexandra, a Cossio Cortez up. We're agreeing on a couple of things these days. Yeah. You are. She showed up at Nancy Pelosi's office. Not to introduce yourself stage a protest about climate change. This is going really, well, this could be a lot of fun. Do you have a bit of her here? She is. Here's your one of the things that I admire so much.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Thousand sixteen. Nancy Reagan died March sixth prince died April twenty first Mohammed Ali June third Gordie out June tenth United Kingdom voted for Brexit. Yeah. The United Kingdom they'd even have the Brexit vote yet that didn't happen until June twenty third of sixteen gene wilder died. Phyllis schlafly also passed in September fifth. That's a bummer Carrie Fisher died at the end of that. You're Donald Trump was sworn in two thousand seventeen the whole presidential election in two thousand sixteen happened. You had the big debates you had not only one of the debates here in the whole Saint Louis region. You had Ken bone all of that stuff happened within the time line of the trolley being constructed so President Trump inauguration January twenty two thousand seventeen Mary Tyler Moore Chuck Berry. They both dying seven. Eighteen April of seventeen. That's when I started here. Campbell ex. That's when I started. April. So basically two years after the Delmar loop construction began I thought it would be up by two thousand sixteen. Sure, they did United States withdrawals from the Paris climate June. First total solar eclipse happened on August twenty first. Hurricane season in August with Harvey striking in the Houston area. Jerry Lewis died August two thousand seventeen the Olympics. Looks like Los Angeles was awarded the bid for the summer Olympics. Two thousand twenty eight more hurricanes Irma in Maria devastation there September of seventeen October first of two thousand seventeen Stephen paddock madman in Las Vegas. Opening fire killing fifty eight people injuring eight hundred fifty one Trump signs the largest tax cut December of seventeen Barbara Bush passes Kim Jong UN crosses in the South Korea. What a sign that was leading up to win the United States and North Korea signed the paperwork during that summit in Singapore. Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. The Franklin dies Burt Reynolds, look at all this stuff that happened. March two thousand fifteen to now it is November eleven two thousand eighteen over three years later. They're going to do the ribbon cutting. But we don't know where we are yet. Who knows how long it'll actually take man that's kind of depressing. If you think about it. Let me get the Scott colonnade. Hey, Scott, what's going on? How you doing good? I was waiting for you to say and Grover Cleveland was about to start his kid nonconsecutive. He and no kidding. It's been that long. Crazy. Growing up and say Lewis, it's always been kind of hurry up and wait type of city construction outdoor stadium ended. Yeah. All these things. Unbelievable. But that state, and you think my gosh, it's so long at is that long ago, and it's something as simple as a trolley. You know, I can understand if it was like actually itself Busch stadium being constructed or something like that. Now, they have a. You know, what the funny thing Scott keep talking about that hyperloop from here to Kansas City. Yeah. I can't even put a railroad track up for two miles in three and a half years. Like, we're going to get a hyperloop from here to Kansas City. Yeah. Right. The go-to Webster groves because we ran out of funding, and you can't transport humans. It'll be like at the band. Paperwork. Transferred here, they deemed it to on say. It's just a crazy, but growing up sales is always a horrific orient city. Like, I said as you go downtown. And there's things that are there that we could make the city. Look a heck of a lot better than had been up for one hundred fifty years. It seems like some of those buildings that have been down there that, you know, been the steriod catching fire and one. Well, the things that up, you know, it's been standing there. I know since I was a little kid, you know, but it was a buildings one hundred years old. You don't hear a story from a member of the family? That's that's worth so-and-so used to work or or your your great grandfather building. Yeah. But so you're right, though, it it's just amazing. I saw some of these buildings the historical aspect, sure. But you gotta maintain. And if you want to keep the glass. Loyd. Historical aspect is because there's nothing written on the outside of a you know, like. You have to actually go check check out a place called. There's like there's very interesting books where you can check that out. There's actually one we I had gotten from about the street names of the city was written by a former postal clerk. Oh, man. And he wrote what the names of all the streets in the city, and even the outlying areas, what those names are present. Which is really interesting. But it would be interesting if they would actually have something on the outside, or at least put something to make it look less disgusting and the building itself, I agree to be, you know, but yeah, but you're right. That's probably I can't. It's just a. How how long is it seems like this trolley is stretching from the city? I know, but as long as they've been working on this thing, they might as well be. All right. Good to hear from you, Scott. Thanks for calling. I was fine. Fox has done a great job documenting these buildings and what an eyesore it. Is you drive it in for cardinals game or whatever? And this is what you have to pass by what a billboard for the city you want to try to improve our image. Maybe you actually improve the image. Don't just have it be something that's up in the air. It's a rhetorical actually division walls of the city. Maybe you should start working on some of those two this is overnight America. And now a page from the diary of Flo. 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US pullout from nuclear treaty with Russia also targets China

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:35 min | 1 year ago

US pullout from nuclear treaty with Russia also targets China

"And let's stay in China. The rulers of which in between opening long bridges are among those attempting to fatherly consequences of America's threatened withdrawal from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty which limits American and Russian short and medium range missiles. One possible reason for America's desire to ditch the treaty signed by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in one thousand nine hundred seven is that it does not cover China, which has been free to keep developing missile forces which the US is not technically at liberty to counter Linda. Does that strike you as the likely reason that America actually wants out of this that they'd not so much worried about Russia or anymore as they are about China? I think that probably increasingly worried about China as well as the fact that the the Trump administration have issued a few statements where they don't think the Russians are necessarily abiding by the tree tea, but certainly b.'s AVI. China, the new superpower, the fact that this treaty doesn't include China means that China developing missiles, especially land-based missiles is something that the Americans I'm conscious do technically, but the Chinese Ken. And so I think that is one of the motivations why the president has threatened to pull out of this treaty. But there's also I think, practical consideration about the US developed be these missiles, especially intermediate range missiles, which are land based where they can put them in the Asian region is another big topic. In other words, there are countries which may not feel comfortable with China, but may not be willing to lend lend their land to the Americans either if there was an escalation of Misao building, they're going to have to put these missiles somewhere in that region. And I think that's going to be something else that we may well be talking about few months time. Indeed, messy. Does. This raise the fun prospect of a America versus China short and intermediate missile race. That sounds like it has all the hallmarks of doing so. But I, I think is interesting, isn't it to see even some of the reaction in Washington with some Republicans not happy about this. I mean, this was one of Reagan's greatest legacies, this arms reduction treaty, and I'm just watching on the TV last night that footage from nineteen Eighty-three Reagan and Gorbachev sitting there, Nancy, Reagan, I forget Gorbachev's wife's name. You'll always. Yes, they, you know, that sitting Manson was ever come up in a pub quiz not never has. What's the point. And they're sitting chatting, and it's it's an incredible sequence. This footage incredible sequence and the idea that that's kind of being just another thing that Donald Trump kind of unpicked with a common. He's. Point is this one of those things in which it's just probably the kind of thing that any Republican president would have done, but everyone's going about it because it's Donald Trump. Well, maybe and this is the interesting goes back to the bigger question that we've talked about before who's actually who is running America these days. Anyway. I mean, I can imagine someone put a folder in front of him at some point, tried to get into focus on it for more than five seconds and said, we need to do something about this. I can't imagine Donald Trump woke up one morning and suddenly decided it would be a good idea to pull out of the street. I mean, he didn't even know it existed until last week. Very, probably note Linder. If we're trying to be optimistic about this would be the, there'd be any prospect of China being interested in reaching some sort of agreement as even the Soviet Union was willing to do in one thousand nine hundred

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Want greece wherever you are good days too we're all very excited anticipating the michael cohen indictment says two and viva la resistance hello i'm just going down yeah this is a couple body blows oh here's some good news trump's approval rating has fallen back to forty one percent i everything comes up shocking it's that high to do see reagan dad right yeah would you have to dig league nancy an ronnie up unlike the corpses and then what else would have to there was a scene in shameless were women macy went to his ex grave and he mounted it and banged it oh yeah because he wanted to get her one last time i think if donald trump did that to nancy reagan yeah i don't think so i don't think so now that'd be okay you'd be okay maybe okay okay oh this one by the way let's her wants free throws out the case against a florist who refused to do an arrangement for a gateway okay that was before the other two horrible religious dole i made sure that we were okay with getting our wedding on in santa cruz we got clearance there you have to you know what we just put the cake and flower businesses out of business then fine who needs cakes flowers your test case cake anyway cake is just the frosting delivery device yeah thank you it's only purpose speak for friendly who when i say shop but cake.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Yeah yeah i don't know if i would've readily one thing we didn't do on the on the players club episodes we didn't do the van top three if you would elliott okay well i can tell you that your answer is not anywhere on here really of course not queue you don't even know the anger in this room when we read that it was i mean things were tense and i was more tense than last week in some ways okay very good yeah you might have gotten some shrapnel if you had been in the room all right so i got number three michelle nichols those i was under the weather martin those were the only three end and then when you said enough campbell or brandies campbell and then what you just said no carter really that would have been a better i know about nancy reagan she was an actress that's true well she was she had actress nancy reagan she had a different name disclosure did not think of nancy walker until i thought i'm nancy reagan all and because the first name mckinley was nancy reagan and it was like well no she's an actress no no is the great nancy walker yeah nancy reagan was in that episode of different strokes sure yourself but yes electing surf shitty movies i assume in the forties or something she was acting like just saying no to drugs would work yeah she was acting like she wasn't a hypocrite for spearheading that she on drugs took a lot of pills probably wouldn't you.

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Vegas Golden Knights may insert Tomas Tatar into Game 2 lineup

The Paul W. Smith Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Vegas Golden Knights may insert Tomas Tatar into Game 2 lineup

"White house since nancy reagan had a mastectomy in one thousand nine hundred seven volcano activity on hawaii's big island is not easing up every day for the past three days at least one fisher has pierced through the soil and people are getting real nervous killer way of volcano has forced roughly two thousand people to evacuate lawmakers say could be months before they can go back home resident robbie mcgrath is thinking positively still now i'm surprisingly calm even though is really close to my house i'm feeling just a lot of love and hope that my house will be okay the governor's office says it'll cost about three million dollars to protect residents over the next month i'm john lawrence reporting satellite images appear to show north korea has been dismantling its nuclear test site photographs taken a week ago show some of the buildings at the site have been leveled the people studying the pictures speculate that some key facilities remain intact but they might be blown up right in front of members of the international media in a stunt later this month wjr news time six thirty three here's steve courtney sports all right richard nice start for the tigers last night opening of that threegame set with the cleveland indians tigers when it six three nico good room what a ballgame couple of home runs five rbi three home runs now for the young fellow over his last two games mike fires gets the win he goes to four and two one run three hits in six innings of work to tonight seven ten first pitch francisco larry on on the hill for the tigers he's three and one three point three five the era tomas tatar the former red wing had been scratched in seven of vegas is i eleven postseason games he was inserted back into the lineup last night and it paid off he scored the golden knights first goal on their way to a three one road win over the winnipeg jets at series now tied at one nba postseason had kevin durant putting in thirty seven points as the warriors went on the road beating the houston rockets won nineteen one zero six by the way james harden fortyone points for the rockets and the.

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Dozens of Palestinians killed in Gaza clashes as US Embassy opens

The John Batchelor Show

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Dozens of Palestinians killed in Gaza clashes as US Embassy opens

"Nancy reagan roslyn carter also had a procedure and betty ford had a mastectomy when she was in office as well since the palestinians are dead killed during clashes in gaza after the us open the the embassy there in jerusalem monday deputy white house press secretary raj shah says the president still hopes to find a peace plan for the region the peace plan will be brought forward at the appropriate time can be valuated on its merits but the actions today both the opening of the embassy in jerusalem and these tragedies in in southern israel we don't think will impact the peace plan on wall street the dow gained sixty eight points the nasdaq rose eight i'm elliott francis every business needs greet people and the better way to find something better.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The miller investigation and said flatly you're interested in going after president trump your interest is not an injustice it's not in criminal and i think that this is a pretty devastating miller i i've never seen anything like all right now a lot of questions i've have come up as it relates to whether the president should ever sit down with muller i have a very strong feeling along with other smart attorneys that it's a perjury trap rudy giuliani said as much the other night your thoughts incited nancy reagan's theme on drugs and just say no and my own point of the president is there if you look at the new york times proponents questions they are absurd they asked the president to go back seventeen months and remember remember this is a criminal case there's this is not some oral history for the library the guy who wanted to destroy him who want him to tell them what he said or what he thought in a particular meeting seventeen months ago at a time in the united states is dealing with russia syria israel saudi arabia north korea iran go down the list and say to yourself what i don't think i could remember accurately they meeting seventeen months ago and the way these questions are worded in the new york times version that they're they're entirely attract they're designed to set president upper either perjury or obstruction of justice and there are no circumstances where you should agree to go into that room because the whole thing is a trap and i think they should call rosensteins buff i don't think rosenstein man is gonna particularly given what's happening joe jealous court today i don't think rosenstein he's gonna give me over thirty to take.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on WLOB

"Surpassed and the da god bless them atf and all of the different agencies that are trying working hard to stop the flow of drugs into this country it's a it's a it's a losing battle i mean you feel bad for them they they work hard a lot of guys who do that and it's just it's something that could never have these guys are building tunnels i mean look at if i can give you a case in point look at l chapel el chapo escapes from prison right okay obviously a lot of people were paid off down there in mexico but yet building a tunnel under a prison it had a rail system in there so he didn't even have to walk he can jump on that motorcycle that didn't have any rubber on the tires and and right away they never it never ends when i lived in san diego so many times there were tunnels found from under the mexican side up into a garage in say like chula vista i have to say it is as fascinating as it is insane but we provide the customers we the americans stopped doing drugs and it'll go away i know very easier said than done but if i can just quickly nancy reagan right we just lost barbara bush may she rest in peace nancy reagan when she was first lady she said just say no right and every laugh laugh they mocked their this just say no was on shopping bags just say no she meant just say no to drugs every law a mock there because he's a republican because ronald reagan's wife okay think about it she said that in the eighties here we are two thousand eighteen if everybody would just put their partisan ideology aside it we'd have like two generations of young people who might have just said no and the scourge of drugs coming in from mexico it's the president was addressing down in key west might might not exist he might not be down there today if people would just listen talking about the opioid crisis everybody's talking about how serious it is because all of a sudden everybody cares about a frog in my throat all of a sudden everybody cares because it's not dirtbag druggies in some old abandoned crack house in.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Tribal his real at michelle obama or villani trumper whoever on that case in here nancy reagan on the case oh my gosh okay so lita your next question one student told brendan quote we love you and what other sentiment a you will always be our sole survivor be you will forever be our winner see your torch will forever be burning in our hearts or d you'll always be our hottest teacher oh my god i hope it's not the last one that's that's gonna cost you a lot of sprints i wouldn't believe any child who said that there's one and sorry what were the first you you will always be our sole survivor is a and b you will forever be our winner i feel like i don't know that these kids know enough about survivor to know that sole survivor is like the thing so i'm gonna say the second one the winner better get ready start bullying some kids there was see so gross you imagined when you're like twelve same to teach like burning forever in our heart yeah no that's a kid who just discovered poetry and is starting to channel like some really crappy metaphors and simi's long shell silverstein hello keeps hey i i want this kid though like i feel like this kid writes that type of stuff for like their yearbook messages like this book only captures at the surface level the pages of history we have together have a great summer fondly yours tiffany man the middle schooler were actually writing that though i would i wouldn't feel so bad about our educational system in the united states it's like that's pretty good right middle schooler i don't know i have no concept i just it's important to me that kids are cool and that person really lame one.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Can they they don't come any more influential than nancy reagan family member she was famously the quote unquote personnel director mike deaver who was was not family but he was like a son to reagan and baker was savvy enough to realize that he had to form alliances with them and he did so when the hard right ideologues came after baker was the hated pragmatist in their is baker was able to fend them off and baker was able to prevail and at the end of the day guess who the biggest pragmatist of all was ronald reagan the a couple of facts that vantage says that i think really interesting what is that trump is the opposite of the mad bomber you know there was this fear that you know that this guy may may drop nukes at some point that the people that wrote that book twentyseven psychiatrists who think that trump is dangerous who i've interviewed bandy leah couple of times and all of them were all over but now he's he's he's going to have this face to face with north korea so it does it does it show that maybe he's more temperate than we think and it's just a nixon in china kind of thing or with no process it's way in it watcher feels like he's winging it and whether or not at the turns out to be good idea where we're a long way from from discovering whether it will even happen so let's let's see what happens i think it's i think it's too early to to make any sort of conclusions about that the only thing you can conclude is that he's this this was an off the cuff decision by by trump and look there's no telling what could happen when you get to guys like that in a room one of them feels humiliated that's not necessarily a recipe for anything good happening but again i think it's just too early to judge that but i did find it really interesting when.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Right i mean why you can argue would it that way everything is on the earth created by god even astrology and ronald reagan by the way for those are you love ronald reagan loved his work i believe he liked astrology didn't need the nancy reagan i have an astrologer somebody did knock it then so my palm reader said eighteen would be good and he told me what would happen you'd be invited to the white house you'll be advising the president he told me what's coming in eighteen he told me this coming in night it's frightening and i just feel it i'm telling you i feel like a suggestion you know like when you're surfing even if your body surfer aboard surfer sums when you catch a wave you can feel it can feel the energy underneath you moving you that's what's happening right now and i hope it continues because it's not about me at this point it's as though it's the completion of an entire circle of my whole life it's a started out environmental stuff and he we are that's where it's can that's which led me this is at life's work that's how it works sometimes so i'm glad that my audience is so loyal that it came to the attention of the president that i could help them so anyway i've been playing pieces if you've just joined the show i hope you i mean this is a great show for me because i actually get to hear what i did yesterday and i'll give you a little insight story if you think that i'm just a guy gets up there and i had a high degree of excitement than anxiety about this live performance before i did it i was on edge and it was a combination of excitement and anxiety because i have not done all i had not done alive performance was lighting two thousand of four so much.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Was impeccable by the way taking a press conference was not a euphemism for something he actually did to press conferences a cabinet meeting while sitting on the toilet other had sweet for crying out loud she was the first lady and certainly left her mark on this town and when why not we name everything after every one around here but listen to this the controversy mirrors a longrunning debate surrounding the name change at the airport it's been twenty years and there's still angry that they have to say that they're flying in and out of reagan visit if you're on board with this i would love to hear from you lend your support because you know if you don't lend your voice to this issue this this is our neighborhood this is happening right here in our community a and end the public's voice should be heard on this because they think you all hate reagan they all think you hate nancy reagan that that's what's fuelling and and sort of reinforcing their opposition to this citizen what this is this is northern virginia this is this is arlington and alexandra this is the washington dc there aren't a whole lot of republicans around here we don't like nancy reagan and so this is wrong to have to force this name onto our community labour johnson the loved her she was fantastic really so what are you think are you on board with naming a gravelly point renaming it took a consul money a renaming gravelly point afternoons reagan edited six zero nine six two five for politics are due to be now the controversy according washington post mirrors a longrunning debate surrounding the name change at the airport just over a mile away from the park it was called washington national for many years before being changed the ronald reagan washington national airport in 1998 congress passed legislation for the change and it was signed by then president bill clinton but it was strongly opposed by local political leaders and the metropolitan washington.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Version of events i think nancy reagan understood from talking to a lot of very smart political heads and also from knowing her own husband and sort of what he was capable of doing she knew he he had did he had to do something very different yeah you know the essence of crisis communications is figure out what are the stories going and get there as quickly as possible and that often is the most difficult thing for for politicians and and where you get hurt is when you're stumbling along the way from point a to point b a and and you don't get there quickly in of so that's an impressive well there is a moment where she actually john tower ran the independent investigation of around hunter head of the armed services committee and she actually sneaks him into the into the white house residence through a secret tunnel from the treasury department into the white house to have a private meeting with her husband to explain to him what the consequences are of this report the last question on this his kind of descent into alzheimer's how what what how did she deal with that and how quickly how how early was she aware of it and how and how did she what did she do to kind of protect him as a public figure from from awareness of i think this first signs of him doing things like getting lost in confused and places the best evidence i have find found is that it begins to show up in the early 1990s so after he left right and you talk to people like edmund morris who was the biographer had looked at every inch of his diaries that the handwriting never changes while he's in office the the the thought processes don't seem to change.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"And burned drugs was exit a frying pan then came nancy reagan just say no and for whatever reason there was indeed a significant decrease in druguse amongst adolescents now that that may or may not have been the message but it certainly didn't have a longlasting effect because here we are now so i'm wondering upon what can you can you base this as being something that would be successful the other the other big thing that that were for gain vows what was on sixty minutes you have their day and how the drug companies have been pouring these drugs to doctors telling telling the public that they are not addictive that nothing will happen to them and and even poor needs out there in these kids are giving getting a whole of them and they're using them in and we have to we we doctors need to be educated these well the make sure that they're not this prescribing these drugs in the kinds of ways that day that they have been over the years recent years whether it actually y you all know that there is a movement and my wife is on trial having huge foot surgery whether you something called a medicine ball and it's not a dictator it's not a narcotic we're going to have the anesthesiologist who was involved with this trial on the show the next to a couple of weeks and the whole idea is to minimise the use of opioids as well but i want to get to me you're you're seeing this is a lot different now that it was the last thirty years or so and when we were in high school along it was a big deal it was a big lira barron pot bearing pa well the uh prescription drug issue is just out of control here when you hear of parties being held where they're called eminem party these foreign parties where they're stealing.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Didn't write about it at all i mean i remember when when um nancy reagan you know she was into this in a big way yeah and you know we we learned that she had um instructed air force one not could take off until she checked with her astrologer and got back moment when when the plane planes take off from route style she would probably was right nothing ever happened to it and and uh i remember the the editorial page asked me if i would do a column uh about her and defending her because she was just take an enormous amount of flak and i thought i don't need that you know i said now because i mean she asked me because she knew as every why now that that i was uh yeah that i was really interested in astrology an and at my charts wrath and all of that but i i just i felt the timing was not right you know i just didn't want i i didn't want to put myself i love the fact she was say and i thought i don't i really don't need it cited your your mother was into this in a big way to wasn't she was my advent my my great at my sister my brother uh who is a real intellectual is down uh god his phd and religion from university of chicago and studied under mercy al id who is one of great um uh religion scholars the world and he will uh cage seeing and partly on the oath of has been in and all that he was yossif this and with that yeah is this magazine for years um and still is a member of the yeah hi eddie he's also a lawyer um he's had a brilliant any now practicing buddhist but um we've all had at the ban you know that worries and true so um and you know i went to college.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I mean i didn't write about it at all i mean i remember when when um nancy reagan you know she was in that this in a big way yeah and you know we we learned that she had um instructed air force one not taper off until she checked with her astrologer and got back moment when when the planes take off from a college she would probably was right nothing ever happened to it and and uh i remember with it he added editorial page asked me if i would do a column about her and the pending her because she was just taking this amount of flak and i thought i don't need that you know i said now because i mean she asked me because she knew as everyone out that that i was uh you know that i was really interested in astrology and at my charts wrath and all of that but i i just i felt the timing was not right it you know i just didn't wanna i didn't wanna put myself i looked at the fact she was say i don't i really don't need asserted you're your mother was into this in a big way to wasn't you know if there was my atp and my my great at my sister my brother uh who is a real intellectual is down uh god his phd and religion from university of chicago and studied under mercy elhiani who's one of great um and religion collar world and he don't uh cage see and partly on hopes has been in the know that he was he asked and with that yeah is this magazine for years um and still is a member of the yeah hi eddie he's also a lawyer he's had a brilliant any now practicing buddhist but um we've all had the dan you know the interests of um and you know i went to college and most of my friends were were skeptical fascinated you know i mean sort of everybody was a little kept until they started seeing things work exactly exactly um wait getting back to the heck is the heck is you know it's it's kind of a cultural thing though the word hacked the mean anywhere in the deep south particularly savannah new orleans either you can't walk down the street in new orleans without going into a shop and finding do of.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Talk Show

"If it's true there third people will know about this but i heard that when that floor plans were announced that there was some eight either meeting are however got where johny srouji team that these than charge of apple silicon uh a ten eleven all of their custom silicon obviously very successful group at apple and a large and growing one with a lot on their shoulders when he was shown the floor plans he was more or less just faulk that fuck you fuck this this this show and they built his team at their own building off to the side on the campus so they're not even know might not only are they they're not going along with the open floor plans but that saruji team is in their own building and they might i maybe internally they're saying it's for security or or that it's do you know that they're they're just off the they did you know that there's a logical reason for it but uh it the my understanding is that the building was built because uh saruji was like fuck this on my team isn't working like this the to the isn't the um the spaceship is already totally outstripped rate like they they they added there are already have more people yeah so that's going to be a fraction of the guy talked to a amazon for second this will sound like a a segue rabbit ever but it's really about this i'm i'm working the story right now for fast company i'm not giving away secret by it's not out yet but um i'm looking into lake it's not a see your who's nothing proprietary about it's just um i'm living in seattle john i don't know if you know.

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"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nancy reagan" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Who again i can't so here's what i get i get uh it depends but i can get i have some speed tests here we're i'm getting two hundred twenty two hundred thirty two thirty eight down and that's over why that's why flight uh but up is on the same the same test twelve twelve twelve twit super league megabits per second now twelve megabits per second wta yes here's what i love is so centurylink is one of the old baby bells i'm sorry it's not where we will be bills exactly it was like uh there are different smaller companies slick rural telephone companies in all can emerge they took over was uswestern question centurylink was like century something else in whatever so they have like the worst portfolio they have like all wired phone lines and the kind of like a junk i mean them being too harsh because i don't know all the business model issues but you know like the rise in spun off all of its uh wired fomented bryson does know any pot seymour and sprint i think got rid of their so like excuse me there are still millions and millions of wire phone lines in the country even as they declined super rapidly it's like a new how many modems are in use for that the taliban's oh my god way aside bar and i'm starting to watch future rama from the beginning with my own ruin who is ten we got to an episode and season two which is a joke about logging good news every one i started and try to log on starting weeks ago we're finally got through the aol and it sees the putting on virtual reality is holding thing and i'm like oh my god we pause my wife 100 explaining for like 10 minutes to my 10yearold okay so there is a bone and you die he's he's like the unlike so there was a time.

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