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"national coalition" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Might be thinking. How on earth is that possible. How can the organization without the website be sixty times larger than the one. That's actually doing things. I was thinking more from an accountant's point of view if forty seven million out of your fifty or sixty million of expenses is other expenses then those are actually the expenses. That should be named. You know like you don't other expenses got in out of sixty million. If the bulk of your spending is one thing maybe name what that is. Yeah this is one of the limitations of the irs forum nine ninety but it is not a limitation for congress and that is on an ira forum nine ninety. You only have to list your five largest vendors. Talk about who they're five. Large vendors are but everything beyond that there were nineteen other line item. Say how many others there are. I wonder jones all these other expenses. We deal in other expenses where the best adventure around expenses anywhere else. We will get there. You also have to say why your expenses are tax deductible. And so the national coalition of health care sharing ministries says all of our expenses are tax deductible for administering healthcare sharing services for something called gospel. Light mennonite church medical aid plan inc. Now sixty one million dollars struck me as an awful lot of money for mennonites. What with their lifetime vow of poverty thing as a key tenant of their faith the mennonites are. I'm probably being somewhat theologically. Inaccurate by calling them. An offshoot of the amish. But this isn't a theology show. I'm gonna say that right. There is rich now. I don't know exactly. I love it. I was going to say all of her amish. Listeners can down phonograph sales just through the flow water mennonites doing with sixty one and a half million dollars as it turns out gospel late mennonite church medical aid plan. Inc has a. I found this done and brad streets public records and that dna is liberty healthshare one of the five largest christian health sharing ministries. So remember back in the original episode. That i told you. In order to get grandfathered under obamacare right you had to be in continuous operation since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but they put in the parenthesis that said or a predecessor and so liberty healthshare formed in twenty fifteen went out and bought gospel light. Mennonite church and grandfathered themselves into obamacare. You will not find this information in their public records. You will not find it advertised on their website. But that's what they did so okay. We have gospel light. Mennonite church medical aid plan. Inc is liberty healthshare but now we have a much bigger problems to try and figure out which is sixty one million dollars was way too much money for either mennonites or the lobbying group without a website to have but it's way too little money for liberty healthshare to half. So what i did was. I checked to see if gospel light mennonite church medical aid plan inc followed nine ninety and they did and i'll link that in the show notes and at first everything kind of seemed to match up. That was off by a couple million. Each ways right. They had sixty two million in donations. Fifty seven million in expenses. All of their expenses were to one independent contractor the national coalition of health care sharing. So all right we get it. The national healthcare the national coalition of healthcare sharing is the slush fund for liberty. But where was the rest of the money. And then i found this and you can read it to. It's on page thirty. Three of gospel light mennonite church medical aid plan inks. Irs form ninety. It is under the heading supplemental information for part six line. Nineteen other organization documents publicly available. And they say the following and these by the way are eighteen returns to the.
"national coalition" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Yeah it's Well thinking about this about five years ago you never heard the term a and now as recent as today you can watch commercials on tv about a i. They're selling it to you. That's all it's already come full boned mature in it's advancing in its way farther ahead than the mo- most people are even aware of And it's if what makes it so lethal if totally stealth and you don't realize how it's building up on you but you're slowly being indoctrinated into the world of ai in accepting You have you know you've now got names for them. You purchase them being your house and run your computer. Your lights all kinds of things. It's slowly chipping away at you integrating itself right into the fabric of your life and One day you know and you know if we if we ever lose our grid which is really a real possibility. The agreed goes down and all of cell phone gone. You know tablets and Pads and laptops and desktops on there being not millions billions of people gonna freak out because they don't know what life is like without any. Why do you think that the grid. Why do you think the grid may go down. We talked about this off line yesterday. Dave and you really do feel. I know other people do too that we may be Barreling toward a being off the grid for a period of time prepping. Where were you getting from from your perspective. Well first of all. I'm i'm one of the national spokespersons for the national coalition of the grid That group of people Their leader the men. Dr pri- And they you know are gonna throws of trying to save the grid and get the politicians to do some it which they want they just sit on a bus and absolutely nothing Your grid is so vulnerable if worse than the butterfly wing Their art now. If i know this you know very very.
Being gay in Ghana: LGBT community is 'under attack'
"The world now to West Africa and Gamma. That nation has long been look to as a beacon of stability on the African continent. Ghana was the first sub Saharan country to gain independence. Gonna instill pride themselves on their freedoms. But that liberty isn't afforded to everyone Consider the LGBT Q community there. Recently, Public acts of homophobia in Ghana have pushed LGBT Q gun and into the national spotlight. World's Bianca Hillier reports January 31st was supposed to be the start of something new and Ghana How crazy it was opening ceremony for the country's first ever LGBTQ center. Alex Dong core is the director of LGBT Plus Rights, Ghana, the organization running the space. Way wish to create a peaceful ourselves as a movement to be able to sit down and strategize and mobilize and quartered needs be sources. Honors. LGBTQ community has a history of fighting for freedom. But most of this organizing has been done online for security reasons. So this physical space in across signaled new opportunities, but it didn't last long. Moses fall moaning, heads up Ghana's National Coalition for proper sexual rights and family values and quickly put up a fight the presidency and the minister of foreign affairs and the RGB have every right to investigate the setting up of that office to close it down immediately and arrest and prosecute those people involved in it. In the weeks following the LGBT Q Center's opening Fella moaning led a campaign to shut down the space. Archbishop Philip Nama, president of the Ghana Catholic Bishopsconference quickly echoed the stands on local television. This practice is completely foreign to our Ghanaian culture. And the law should be friend and such a way that It is punishable in a very
"national coalition" Discussed on KOMO
"Anyone who's out in the community right now is exposed to covert 19 1 of his main message is for the younger Among us, and it's really important to know that people can look and feel just fine but still be able to spread that virus was the third covert related concerts specifically put on to reach out to those under the age of 40. Brian Calvert Camo News, a new leader takes over at the State Department of Health today, Dr Umair Shah is going to direct the local response. The Corona virus outbreak. Most recently he served as the director of public health in the Houston area for the county in which he would find Houston an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey shut down because of a covert outbreak. Details from Kemal's Bill O'Neill, the facility in Robbinsville Township, is expected to remain closed until at least Saturday. It is tasked with sending packages to a number of locations, including post offices in and around Trenton and Philadelphia. Amazon has said some 20,000 of its workers were infected with covert 19 just within the first six months of the pandemic. The Seattle Times reports the company will likely switch orders to other warehouses within its network to pick up the slack. Colonial common news very early in the pandemic. Advocates for domestic violence victims warned that stay home orders could trigger more domestic violence incidents. The fears have proven to be true, Como's Carleen Johnson reports in the United States. An estimated 10 million people experienced domestic violence every year, according to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence about 20 people per minute or physically abused by an intimate partner. Ramifications of switching to virtual advocacy meant everyone had to master new skills. They've also had to take extra steps to maintain participant confidentiality and earn trust of the victim. Never having met them face to face really had to change and become even more creative, most, especially because of the stay at home order, and this understanding that folks might be in the house with the perpetrator May then it works with domestic violence victims and spoken a recent national coalition against domestic violence on one event. She said. National Devi experts are in agreement that because of stay home orders, victims may have been able to reach out virtually for help but not seek in person help. And once things go back to normal. They anticipate the system being overwhelmed Cross the country. Domestic violence agencies are green that once this day at home orders start to be listed, were expecting to have a huge influx of clients. Washington State has one of the highest rates of domestic violence reporting in the nation, Alaska is number one. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. Hey, patches pals gather around. He will always be remembered as search out. I'm Cora when Haig Tv's queen of the Clowns was a prince of a man but first at 1, 10 and update on sports from the beacon plumbing sports stats with Bill's Towards just one Pac 12 football team goes bowling. That would be the conference champion Oregon Ducks accepting a bid to play Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl. Washington, Washington State and several others opted out of bowl games because of the challenges of coronavirus. It's the usual suspects in the college football playoff semifinals. New Year's Day You have Alabama against four seed Notre Dame two and three. Clemson and Ohio State Seattle Seahawks are back in the NFL playoff tournament for the eighth time in the last nine seasons. Thanks to yesterday's 20 to 15 win over the Washington football team postseason. That's a new one Wonderful territory for hot safety Jamal Adams. That's a hell of a feeling, man. I'm sorry. I'm not used to this guy's Forgive me. I know you guys are used to You know, Seattle, you know, always going to the playoffs. Adam's former team, the Jets won their first game of the season, a huge upset over the Los Angeles Rams. That means the Seahawks can lock up the NFC West with a Sunday home victory over the Rams National Hockey League and the players agree on a 56 game season starting January, 13th. Seven Canadian teams will play one another in a realigned division sports attendant 40 After the hour Bill Swerts come on. In Seattle baby boomers, older Gen Xers and Children of some baby boomers have lost a piece of their childhoods. Almost Corwin Hank reports patches pals are in Mourning is one of the all time great Second bananas passes on his name was Bob Newman. And from the late 19 fifties to the early eighties, this man of many faces and voices was constant boil to TV clown jp patches greater operator Kirk Jones. Yeah, Gertrude with eyebrows.
"national coalition" Discussed on KTOK
"Miller. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This Wednesday is Veterans Day and Admiral. One of the problems that we've had for a while now is how to properly take care of those who have served our country where some of the biggest issues that we're facing on that front at the moment. You know, I think the three biggest challenges and kind of all in a related even though it may not seem like it. Is the transition from serving becoming home, so that's jobs in that transition. It is mental health and suicide issues. I don't know if you know this, But the sad fact is that trans air 1.5 times more likely to be a suicide victim in the average in the general population, right? And and the homelessness. So I I think if you take those three, and they're all three related, I think it starts, though with the transition and jobs because You know, getting the men and women who are serving on this kind of high octane environment. And they come home. And they don't know where to go. Ah, really, And they don't know how to translate for skills because there were a lot of people not serving. There's no understanding. Of you know, everybody looked at Ah in a factory and says, Okay, points again. And how does that translate the job, Frank? There's a tremendous amount of skills. Ah, go throughout the military that directly applied to You know the job? Ah, ah job environment of the occupational environments. And Plus the sob skills of leaving being responsible showing up on time. And all of those little things that are important to employers. And I think the people who have the least amount of problems are the people who Um, air given the chance by those who come back and those who have that No. Transition into jobs or they have a steady income. I don't mean just the any job. I mean, jobs, where there really Used given opportunity to show what they can do. S so you know, that's the biggest thing and I, you know Ah, shoutout to your organization, my heart radio. Ah, because they, uh, started to show your stripes, Uh, thought or help with this type of employment, and right now it's in conjunction with the Department of Labor, and I think it's show your stripes dot or Um, where both Those who want to hire vets and veterans can eat it from the coast or You know, come to find jobs, and that is the biggest need because without it, people have too much time to think. You know, there's a lot of stress in this business. Ah, and you get from a mental health suicide issues, sisters. What are some other really great organizations across the country doing tremendous work for our veterans that maybe listeners can perhaps hear about for the first time and offer some support to Yeah, I think you know. Interestingly enough wounded warriors. Those are visibly wounded, some awesome in this You know, get a lot of recognition in this area. Get a lot in the Ah, lot of support from the charities, but the ones that are, um, you know, Focused more directly. In my mind tended more helping her really effective at what they do. Ah, there's a group called the National Coalition for Homeless Pets. It's N H. Read that or They did a tremendous amount of work and support for veterans problems trying to trying to, including You know, they have. Ah, resource is on there that you know, I need to find a place to stay tonight. And it's broken down work to go into the communities, a mobile service. Trauma from a health perspective. What wall not a charity the pH not go as a crisis line that veterans can call. But there is a organization called the Cohen Veterans Network. In Cohen's veterans network dot org's that was founded by Steven A. Cohen and has a network of clinics and it is focused on this mental health. Of suicide issues, and they are a charity. Ah, and ah, they, uh, great work because they get it out into the community. Making it out to where they have volunteers and others who continue with the metal health issues of suicide. Issues that some of our vets are are taking. So those two are kind of on the national front. By my it's great work. And then I want to highlight who I think is kind of the most effective local. Unfortunately, it's only San Diego. It's called the Veterans Village of San Diego. The VSP not net. But they have programs all the way through providing temporary housing going through courses dealing with mental health getting them jobs. Finding that so way ahead, and they do a tremendous amount of work every year for, uh, you know, from homeless all the way through the process. And I think those were ones there. But of course, you know, In this day and age, you can go to a thing called Charity Navigator, not organ pipe in veteran You know charities and you can find a way to get a list of lots of them agreed about and as the admiral mentioned a few minutes ago, a big cause of ours here and I heart radio. Show your stripes and you can find out more about that organization and that initiative at show your stripes dot org's Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one star admiral in the U..
"national coalition" Discussed on KTOK
"Don't know where to go. Ah, really, And they don't know how to translate for skills because there were a lot of people not serving. There's no understanding. You know, everybody looked at Ah factory and says, Okay, points again. And how does that translate the job, Frank? There's a tremendous amount of skills. Ah, go throughout the military that directly apply to You know the job? Ah, ah job environment of the occupational environments. And Plus the FOP skills of leaving being responsible showing up on time. And all of those little things that are important to employers. And I think the people who have the least amount of problems are the people who Um, air given the chance by those who come back and those who have that Transition into jobs or they have a steady income. I don't mean just the any job. I mean, jobs, where there really Used given opportunity to show what they can do. S o, You know, that's the biggest thing and I, you know Ah, shoutout to your organization, My heart radio. Ah, because they, uh, started to show your stripes, Uh, thought or help with this type of employment, and right now it's in conjunction with the Department of Labor. And I think that show your stripes dot or Um, where both Those who want to hire vets and veterans can become the coast or You know, come to find jobs, and that is the biggest need because without it, people have too much time to think. You know, there's a lot of stress in this business. Ah, and you get from a mental health suicide issue's awful sisters. What are some other really great organizations across the country doing tremendous work for our veterans that maybe listeners can perhaps hear about for the first time and offer some support to? Yeah, I think you know. Interestingly enough wounded warriors. Those are visibly wounded, some awesome indeed. You know, get a lot of recognition in this area. Get a lot in the Ah, lot of support from the charities, but the ones that are, um, you know, Focused more directly. In my mind tended more helping her really effective at what they do. Father's a group called the National Coalition for Homeless Pets. It's the end of the H Read that orc. They do a tremendous amount of work and support for veterans problems trying to trying to, including You know, they have. Ah, resource is on there that you know, I need to find a place to stay tonight..
"national coalition" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"S Postal Service says they're going to extraordinary lengths to make sure all mail in ballots are delivered and counted. The USPS says We'll be collecting mail on Sunday for some routes and conduct early collections on Monday and Tuesday. They'll also have special lines at post offices, including drive through options for people who want their ballot postmarked and mailed on time and weather experts say there will be a Lanie a weather event this year. This means the Atlantic will likely have a stronger hurricane season while said them California may get drier than normal conditions yesterday marked the 192nd consecutive day that Los Angeles At a height of at least 70 degrees, the longest streak in recorded history California seeing an increase in the number of domestic violence cases during the pandemic, and both state and federal prosecutors are working together to try to stop it. Give the case. My blunt has this report what was meant to protect everyone from spreading a deadly virus has been more dangerous for some isolation has led to a surge in domestic violence calls throughout California, with many of the victims stuck with nowhere to go, but home with their abusers. Daphne Young with child help a child welfare organization with a national abuse hotline. Says domestic violence has also increased for people who are homeless. We know that over a quarter of homeless women have been physically abused within the year, according to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, one in four women and one in nine men say they have experienced severe violence at the hands of their partner. Despite the frequency, the domestic violence occurs. Young says only 4% of victims utilize hotlines or shelters to report their abuse. Right now at Childhelp. We're working with a couple of kids who witnessed their mother be killed by their father in a domestic violence dispute. Young says The pandemic has exacerbated the issue because others who could recognize the signs of domestic violence aren't visiting victimshomes or interacting with them. This leads two cases of domestic violence being under reported. U. S District Attorney McGregor Scott says one way the federal government is trying to help is by sending money to programs to fight domestic violence on a local level Justice Last fiscal year, the Department of Justice released $33 million in various grants. Two entities in California that are directed at the domestic violence issue that we all confront. Sacramento district Attorney and Marie Schubert says her office recognized the danger early on and began a public information campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence started very, very early on in April. Doing podcasts and doing public service announcements with our local law enforcement partners, domestic violence organizations advocates so that we could tell people what they need to do to protect themselves because we knew That many victims were stuck inside their homes with their abusers. She says he's also been working to ensure abusers are held accountable in the criminal justice system. U. S Attorney Nick Hannah says domestic violence is the leading cause of homelessness for women in the Los Angeles area, he says key provisions of the Federal Violence against Women Act allowed prosecutors to investigate and prosecute abusers who possess firearms more than a third of domestic violence victims. Report that their abuser threatened them with a firearm or used a firearm toe harm them. Studies have found abusers who own a firearm are five times more likely to kill their partners than those who do not own one, and it says the federal law is crucial to preventing more deaths. If you or someone you know is being abused. You can call the national domestic violence hotline at 1 807 99 safe to be connected to someone who can help Mike Blunt news 93.1 kfbk Alright and coming up shortly we actually will be hearing from my sister's house, which is another Organization here in Sacramento. That helps domestic violence victims right now, though, traffic.
"national coalition" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On dieted for information as well as information about stocking and cyber stalking from the victim services. I mean, they were also the art in the Police department is going to offer a self defense defense class virtually so those would be on before highlights for this workshop this year. Who is the real audience for this victims themselves? I think the audience can be victims. Family members of the supporting cast of those victims. I think it could be anyone who I could be a victim of domestic violence or friend who is recognizing someone can be going through. This is what else I think under the continues to educate the public so that we can You're rid our community of these types of crime, No incidents and crimes against our victims, So I think it could be for anyone. Took a little bit about the fact that this is on a zoom platform Now versus people coming out. It seems to me that might open up for victims to be able to participate. Maybe a little bit more. Well, I think it allows them to watch it privately. Especially if you're someone who has not shared with a whole lot of people so you can watch it. Probably it does not expose you to get out. So if you're trying to keep your location or your current housing situation, private, you can continue to do that without being seen in public attending a personal leave. It also creates a safety zone for those who watching because you watched me from the comfort of your home. You're not out. Exposing yourself to others and so and it allows people because we're reaching Mohr virtually, you know, Typically when you have a difficulty bit you limit certain groups based on where they leave right because you have to choose the venue. Right. So let's say we choose to think in the past. We've had that that Mark Street center downtown where if you are someone who lives out Buffalo Christmas, you're not driving downtown to attend missing it. So I'm hoping that people will take advantage of being virtual where they can be anywhere within this county or central Florida. It could be Osceola seminal Lake. They could all you know, join us and watched and get some very important information. So I wanted to ask you about the You know, the idea of the geography of this is going to allow you to reach beyond Orange County and Endo has that would have you been experiencing that with your other assume things we have especially what like with the legal form on addictions. We saw that as well. And so that the good thing about this form versus like the evictions is sometimes You have to provide very county specific information but least here this is universal. It's not tied to specifically Orange County. We're not giving out any orange County specific information. How did file a restraining order is universal in the Tiger State of Florida, you know, issues around cyber stalking or stalking is universal. So it is something that no matter where you live, you can participate. You conjoined and walk away with a very violent information, So that's why I'm excited about the virtual platform. Allows you to reach more people. Let's talk about the sadly universal part a little more and death. I mean, obviously, clerks are processing the paperwork. So they see the volume. The impact of domestic violence talk a little bit about the prevalence of domestic violence in our society. I know you have some statistics about that. Well, you know the you know, according to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, we know the numbers and one in three women and one in four men have experienced some form of Physical violence by an intimate partner, Andi. We know that's happening on and then we also know that those numbers are rising when it comes to cyber stalking because we're now on such social media platforms, and you know people can reach you in other ways. Now that could still have mental or emotional ramifications to a victim. And so those numbers are continuing to rise. Which is why we continue to have task force you know, around Orange County. We continue to have these obits. I want to continue to, you know, talk about this issue to one eradicated but also equipped women with all the tools and that we're in a man. It couldn't been with the tools necessary to protect themselves and a lot of times the women and men who are the victims. Also, they're trying to protect others. Whether it be their Children's their path. Yeah, yeah, So So it all becomes a part of maybe they're not taking the steps out of fear for others. This information would help them to recognize that the support is there for their Children and pets. And and that's why it's great that we had Harbour House of Central Florida joining us because they will be able to share those resource is because all the time some victims will stay because they have young Children or even have a pet and so just pervade being able to provide a resource is to them. So that they can take their pet with them. You know what you know, or their Children can relocate with them Should they need to be removed from that very Harmful situation, so being able to share that information so that they are equipped with the tools and the information necessary to make the best decision to keep themselves safe and those around that thing. You mentioned another audience. A segment might be the family or the loved ones of the victim. So how do you see them kind of fitting in what they take away from the workshop? Um, I think they will take away from them. They're being Justus equipped with resource is so often times you made where you have a victim that does not want to participate. But a family member is witnessing it or have seeing some signs so that family member may want to come to educate themselves to better help their their their family member who's actually the victim. Get out of that very unsafe situation. So sometimes in some situations, the victim is not prepared to accept it or embrace what's happening. But that family member or that friend is watching it. Now they could become equipped with the tools to help their friend. And so I think, making sure that your village of those around you are just about justice knowledgeable about what resources are available and have to help them as well. So that everyone can it also kind of, you know, D bots submits even for those family members. I think even your church organisations, not profit should all be knowledgeable to pick up on the signs and.
"national coalition" Discussed on KCRW
"Katherine Monet leads the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, She says attendance online for the conference is high, and she's hearing troubling stories. We're getting more calls from people who have eviction notices and Are unsure about what to do or where to go for help This it's their first time trying to navigate the system that's born out on the ground in places that were success stories New Orleans had reached what's called functional 05 years ago. That means all the known homeless veterans had been offered. Housing and re sources were in place to house any vets who became newly homeless. Devon Phillips says outreach in New Orleans for volunteers of America He's getting calls from veterans who've never asked for help before we have a lady. Now she's living with her kids and facing eviction because she lost her job. Coming into the program now knew he actually have an interview that's coming up. The interview is for Japan a little list, but the kids are now vertical will learn him and many families don't have the support. To do child care and has someone to pay for childcare. Evictions are still banned in some parts of the country. But those protections are starting to fade. And for many tenants, the rent was just deferred. In a way veterans are lucky. Even in this crisis, there are vast resource is put aside to help them. The government provides special vouchers for veterans, Housing and VA healthcare is there is a safety net. Los Angeles has the highest number of homeless and homeless veterans in the country. That's where Steve Peck runs the nonprofit US vets. There's been a lot of money available very quickly because the government realized the dramatic impact this is gonna have on people and businesses, Peck says. The pandemic has meant lower occupancy at the 11 housing communities he runs. Since homeless vets are avoiding group housing because of the virus, But he says the VA has been funding him at the same level, he says keeping organizations like his funded is the way to prepare for what he expects will be an uptick of homelessness in the future. But Peck says many of the stimulus programs that were helping will expire next month. But this money is running out. The costs are going to go away. The pendant would be over in October. So we're not quite sure what's going to happen after that. There are measures moving through Congress to expand support for homeless veterans, but that help along with a possible second stimulus bill, now appears to be following behind as.
"national coalition" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Newton care fine news. More than 21,000. So Cal at the same customers lost their power last night because of the extreme heat areas affected yesterday were Alhambra, Calabasas, Long Beach, Monterey Park and L. A county. Ah, Flex alert remains in effect from three PM till 10 PM tonight and tomorrow. Officials in Newport Beach are reminding beachgoers to stay safe while visiting this weekend. Newport Beach Fire Battalion chief Brian Iraqi says lifeguards are expecting another day of large crowds checking with our lifeguards today come down, you know, there's always some danger in the ocean, the surface very small, and the water is kind of cool, but you know, you just want to make sure you're safe and you don't get caught out any type of rip current. Hierarchy says families need to stay 6 FT. Apart from others on the beach, he says the department is fully staffed, too. Make sure visitors have a great time. The 2020 census count may have hit a legal speed bump. City Attorney Mike Fewer announced Saturday night that Los Angeles and other local governments and civil rights groups want a temporary restraining order in a lawsuit against the Trump administration's decision to cut the timeline for the senses. Ifyou're in the National Coalition brought suit last month over a decision to compress 8.5 months of data collection and processing into just 4.5 months. The suit contends the shortened process would bring a considerable undercount of the population. Bill Seward KO Phi News. And we've got good news on the 405.
"national coalition" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I'm Joe Jiro Fox News, the Kentucky Derby set to finally be run today at Churchill Downs in Louisville Police. They're also bracing for possible face off between protesters and counter protesters. Haydn security presence for 146 running of the Kentucky Derby. There will be no fans inside, but outside, we expect multiple groups of social justice. National Coalition of groups say they're going to protesters Derby. They believe that the officers that Briana Taylor shooting should have been arrested and charged counter protesters turned out at a park nearby. They call themselves Patriots, many of them were armed post time for the Derby is 7 P.m. Eastern. Ah, Hoax and Fake News is how President Trump describes an article in the Atlantic that alleges he called World War casualties, losers and suckers. Vice is Jennifer Griffin reports. Her sources are backing parts of the article. My sources include two senior former Trump administration officials who were on the trip to France, where these remarks allegedly were made. One of these former Trump administration officials told me when the president spoke about the Vietnam War, he always said it was a stupid war. Anyone who went was a sucker. According to this source, the president would often say about American veterans. What's in it for them? They don't make any money. Former VP and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the comments are deplorable if the accusations are true, Recent polls show President Trump close behind former VP Biden, Missouri Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cleaver is among those concerned about the clothes poles. I hope every person who is interested in the Biden candidacy also looks at it in a way that sees the tightening Congressman Cleaver on Fox's America's News headquarters. America is listening. Fox News..
"national coalition" Discussed on Casual Swinger
"Broad. Inching have kinked one one classes although they're not mandatory. Do Swinger communities often offer swinger one. Oh, one newbies. Yeah, they're called orgies. Nine. Obviously. Kidding. Yes, I there are there are some resources out there for that sort of thing but more importantly when and I know that there are kink events in lifestyle events in lifts lifestyle events at lifestyle clubs, you get an introduction to the club from a couple that's still that's been there before and it talks about things that matter there particularly things like insent there's also in a lot of places. Some great content provided by the National Coalition for sexual freedom which are no means no. In consent matter signs that a lot of clubs around the country are putting up. So I if it doesn't have a one on one, you have kind of a a sweater. Sherpa they can walk you through how to get around that club, how to interact who'd know what to do, what not to do where to get a drink, and of course, a reminder that no means no. In consent matters the rest of that content for swinger one. Probably falls on our shoulders as content creators to make sure that we're putting stuff out there for people and we put out messaging for people like the National Coalition for sexual freedom to say, Hey, go read up on this. These are people that know what they're talking about that have been educated on it because at the end of the day, a lot of us in the lifestyle content creator space aren't experts we've just been around the block a few times. Except if she's an expert. It's. Not An expert. August. I think that's valid and I think that that's something that might be worth looking into a little bit more I do it does feel like I could be wrong because I'm not I'm so not immersed in it online swear culture in the way that I am immersed in online king culture, but it seems like there's More sharing of experiences in swinger culture and maybe not white as much as Juki Asian. Like when I go search workbooks ask swinging like there's so much like there's a ton of books about kink not quite as many about like how swimming. But. Maybe, it's just they're not being found as well which in and of itself could be potentially an issue like if I go out there and I say how do I swing well, then you have to filter out the things that are like about swings or. And speaking out sick and like. In, is part of the problem maybe it's just more difficult to find them. But. That's something interesting. I do know several people have been talking in the chat about having swinger show up at king venues and maybe they were little hands or what not I actually had that happen at my venue there was. There were two couples that came one night and they seem to be very hansie and so on and so forth and. I spoke to a friend of mine who is a local swinger hadn't been for thirty years and he said Oh they've been kicked out of every swings. Love they've gone to. Exactly, that kind of behavior. So That that could also be thing they still identified swingers though, and so there's there's that know now. Okay. Now they're coming over from, they're seeing if they can get the sex in the place with the Weirdos. Nothing. That's everybody. But you know there is definitely some potential there. Yeah. Okay. Well, we have. Hit our time limit and how wonderful is this you guys have been amazing. I knew you would be. Ryan. Please make sure everybody's links in the chat room. You know. Thank you. Thank you. All you all have So fricking brilliant, and I really hope that those who came in here. You know kind of wondering a little bit about swinging have gotten. A real field for what this is all about from people who are doing this thing as opposed to hey, did you noor about them? They have parties. Yeah. And for those of you who are curious about this as a potential lifestyle, what's lifestyle choice or continuing a life style choice Maybe. You you learned a little bit more than you thought that Oh. There's a few more ways to do this then you thought before. So thank you. Thank you all very much and thank all of you in the chat, the attendees who've chosen to spend this time with us because you know that's a huge honor that is. Part of your afternoon. Thank you. So much. Talk. Work..
"national coalition" Discussed on WTOP
"Information about this week's shooting outside the White House. It prompted Secret service to interrupt President Trump's briefing at the White House. They also have the escort him out of the room for a bit. 51 year old Myron Berry Man of Forest Bill is charged with assaulting a law enforcement officer. The charging document says Berry Man walked past a Secret service officer posted near the White House and said something to him. The officer then got on his radio and said there was a man on Pennsylvania Avenue who says he's armed. Barry men moved toward the officer and appeared to reach to his right side. The officer says Barry Man, put his hands together and extended his arms and what looked like a shooting stance. The officer then shot very man, but no firearm was found at the scene. Officials familiar with what happened tell The Associated Press that before the shooting Harriman had been shouting that he was going to kill people. Michelle Bash, w T O P News and Barry Menace still in the hospital, the Justice Department says it's taken down crypto currency operations connected to three major terror groups, including Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. Justice Department says U. S. Authorities seized millions of dollars over 300 crypto currency accounts for websites and four Facebook pages. All of them were related. To this criminal enterprise. The three terrorism operations, reflecting the wide availability of technology and access to crypto currency were aggressively using social media and websites to make appeals for the money, and apparently people were responding. That's w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green A federal appeals court upholding the constitutionality of the all male military draft system, citing a 1981 U. S. Supreme Court decision, the fifth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans says on Ly the Supreme Court may revise its presidents. The case was a result of a lawsuit by the National Coalition for Men and Two Men who challenged the male only draft. Their arguments have been that the 1981 case was decided during a time when women more largely absent from combat. There's no sense in today's ruling. The plaintiff's could seek a rehearing before the full court or appeal directly to the Supreme Court after the arguments before the fifth Circuit, a federal commission recommended, including women in the military draft system..
"national coalition" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Call 734971 1600 today 1600 A. M 92.7 FM Ham Radio. We are American made time. Steve Rapoport. The White House and Democrats remain far apart on terms for another Corona virus relief Bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refusing to settle for anything less than a $2 trillion package. Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell argues that Democrats are delaying assistance for those out of work over unrelated issues. Democrats want more money for schools to hire teachers expand classroom size and for state and local government. Fox's Chad program, a court upholds the military's male only draft policy, saying that on LY the US Supreme Court may revise its own precedent. The fifth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals Thursday upheld the constitutionality of the all male draft military system. Ah lawsuit brought by the National Coalition. Men was argued before the court in March. They said that since that 1981 ruling, the role of women in combat has changed significantly. Fox's Karen McCue America is listening to Fox News. It's time for a minute to stop and think with Pastor Christopher Toma of our Saviour Lutheran Church in school in Hartland, Michigan, is experiencing a manmade massacre. I don't use those words lightly. Many of us are weathering the crisis relatively unscathed. Many among us are not the people at the helm of our state have brought irreparable harm to countless people. I know among my own people. I'm hearing the stories. I wish I could share their stories with You show you faces share names. You'd see that the one size fits all effort. We've Endured was wholly unnecessary. You'd become convinced that what's happening in Michigan is a little more than those with power against those without the press conference is about togetherness and communal suffering. Peacocking the executive orders partisan, arbitrary nonsense, offering nothing of benefit. Yes, the Corona virus is serious business. We've heard that a 1,000,000 times. But for every one person who died. There are countless millions who haven't and among them are hundreds of thousands of people who have been irreversibly affected in some pretty horrible ways. When this is all over and history proves that eventually it will end I will not be found. On the other side, saying we want against the virus as a society. We didn't win. We lost. The blast radius of this massacre is replete with.
"national coalition" Discussed on KPCC
"Again. Rebecca Hirscher NPR news Asian markets trading higher than Ikea in Japan, up one and 3/4 of a percent. You're listening to NPR news and from KPCC News. I'm Nick Roman, with stories were covering at 70 for Governor Gavin Newsom says California's turning the corner and its fight against Corona virus being points to a significantly lower number of confirmed new cases as the state begins to clear backlog case is caused by a technical error. Governor says he's also encouraged by the continuing downward trend in the number of covert 19 patients in hospitals, down 21% statewide in the past two weeks. That's also reflected in numbers from Riverside and Orange counties, the three that have seen the greatest number of Corona virus cases. L. A Mayor Garcetti says he's brought together National on National coalition of scientists, vile science firms and government leaders to speed up research into Rapid Cove in 19 test strips. Test strips, which can either be in place or in some cases rapid at home testing its an innovative tool to radically increased virus detection. Garcetti says the test strips are still in development good but could be a cheap and easy covert 19 testing option. They was conference of mayors and the National Governors Association is overseeing the effort. The lake fire burning in the Angeles National Forest in the lake, who he was area west of Lancaster. US. For services. It's burned 10,000 acres of mostly brush and just 3.5 hours. Evacuations underway was to Pine Canyon Road south of Dry.
"national coalition" Discussed on WTOP
"People to wear masks. Somebody gave it to him. And I bet you if they had known I'll give it to this young man and hill down, they would have done differently. President Trump welcomed Mexico's president to the White House, calling the nation a sheriff's partner, the leader's air Commemorating the United States of Mexico Canada agreement. We've had a great relationship right from the beginning, and I think that maybe was against all odds. By the people we're betting against Canada's prime minister opted not to make that visit. Correspondent Steve Futterman says the Washington Redskins may be one step closer to a name change their reports, The team has decided to remove all Native American imagery from anything connected with the team. The Redskins. Well known logo is a profile of a Native American man adorned with two white feathers. A number of retailers have already removed Redskin merchandise, including Wal Mart, Nike and Target. And Amazons now joining that group. Amazon sellers have 48 hours to remove the items. National Coalition of Labor Unions will stage a mass walkout from work on July 20th for eight minutes. It's called Strike for Black Lives. Service Employees International Union President Mary Kay Henry. We understand We cannot win economic justice without winning racial justice. Will the Minneapolis officer who pressed his knee against George Floyd's neck before he died, told him quote it takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk. That after Floyd pleaded for air more than 20 times that's according to transcripts of body camera video recordings just made public. Floyd said he could not breathe multiple times in the moments before he died. On Wall Street, The Dow gained 177 points. NASDAQ Up 1 48 s and P 24 up. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o P A.
"national coalition" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose
"During these difficult times, we're talking to experts who can help us gain perspective on the impact of coronavirus as well as your tips and resources and so much needed inspiration. Today joined by Ruth Glenn Ruth is the president and CEO of the National Coalition against domestic violence. Ru thanks so much for joining us. Here. So. Obviously. This is a very difficult time on so many levels. and. We're starting to see some of the faultlines in our society being exposed. And you obviously have a very important role to play in this moment. For our listeners, how common is domestic violence in the US? And how common was it prior to corona virus. Very common. In fact in are killed four and in our relationship with our ally in those that want to end domestic violence, their draft Mesic virus. We consider an appropriate health crisis, and hidden for the most part public health crankier. Crisis there's the aftermath of one in three women and. and we speak mostly about of course but one in three women. Are experiencing or have experienced. Mesic violence. If you're Alcatel with your friends, you know wanting view of the three interview. has experienced. Violence aren't experiencing. So, this is all prior to corona virus. Yeah, seeing now in the midst of you know one of the greatest health crisis, our country, certainly in the world has faced in recent yard world we were active as some of our allies and partners in ensuring that re providing support and restoring for. Survivors and advocate as we got with their. What we're seeing and I I. Certainly we're GonNa. See more is more interns. domestic lower being reported. That grantee be kind of a long term thing world seeing a lot more I want the end of this. The other concern that we have been Sarah City by which my domestic violence is happening in the home. And We've been hearing of incidences where an abusive person has been using code to get their big. We had one that was actually pretty wire who went. He was banking then that she was trying to harm US covert. And? began to remembering and physically fault her. as a result of that from smack that it had really nothing to do recur curves become another tool. Can Abuse. But those in sort of in domestic violence situations, it seems as. What we're hearing is that that is really going up. And and why is that going? What I. Like say recur treating you. NOW HAVE PROXIMITY 'CAUSE! whereas the victim writers had. Some ability to have raft there for relief from being because he'd been are now. The abuser have a lot more at. And using Colbert as a tactic to continue their abuse. Would not that. Uncommon abusers make a choice to view? And when they discovered that they have yet another wing at their disposal to abuse. They're certainly going to use that. I think Kobe. You're not necessarily a trigger I. DO like you say that. When an abuser and seeking tool and tactics to abuse, they make choices about that. But it can certainly be risk factors such as substance use. Mental Health Tobin Nine Pool. all of those things can certainly be at risk factor, but. Wardrobe part abusers will will use those as a tactic to exercise their power control, and at the same time. We know that many women have less choices now in terms of. Being in proximity in this lockdown moment when we're sort of stuck at home here, what what can women do in that moment? Reminding everyone that be this is certainly not a guy can't even imagine being rabble. And Emotional dog that maybe occurring in a home in with an abuser president and being their partner, and what I would pay his survivor You've gotten far by. You're creating thinking not planning whatever it might have been that. Can you say? Don't forget what. He's done to this equation can make that happen. And keep employing that he's thinking about that, and then secondly.
"national coalition" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Equipment so hearing from doctors and nurses about the shortage when exactly can expect to receive these masks so well let me let let me let you gain or speak to that because FEMA will be HHS is now fully integrated into FEMA and so as the requests come in but obviously as I'm sure the administrator will say they're being prioritized to those areas with the highest need for us so within the national coalition center we have a supply chain task force on it in a basic sense we're trying to identify all the universe of what's out there so what whether we hope that the federal level we hold it in the private sector and then matched up with demand and asking people to be creative we're we're asking again this is a shared responsibility we're asking locals and states to do your share locally tactical but burden off of us and then we'll prioritize those scarce resources because every single governor across the countries of the exact same thing so there's a balance but we're examine the the entire supply chain to make sure that when we make masks start coming in that that they're they're they're out there now so again we want to match we want to get out of the middle I think like a so we're trying to match supply is with the man so that's what we're doing right now it's happening today it's they can't take expected there's a matching supply demand it is all there's a range of request across the country and we try to match those again supply demand every day we have a lot of flood of already come in I I have to tell you the the throwing away of the mask being in private business the throwing away the mask right away they're thrown away and when you hear fifty five million masks were absent fifty five million how could it possibly be such a number they say oh that's just a small fraction of what we need and I said why are we sanitizing mass you know you look at the mess I've looked at all the different masks some don't let themselves as to doing that I think but many do and I said why are we we have very good liquids for doing this sanitizing the masks and that's something they're they're starting to do more and more the sanitizing the masks and I don't know if anybody would.
Hundreds Protest Washington NFL Team Name in Minneapolis
"Taking a strategy I got involved because I thought it was so critical that we defeat a man who is actually review this country apart for USA radio news on Chris Barnes hundreds of protesters chanting we are not sure mascot have marched in Minneapolis against the Washington Redskins team name demonstrators rally to head of the Minnesota Vikings game against Washington the protestors called the team name racist and degrading to American Indians Minnesota lieutenant governor picky Flanagan told the crowd the mascot de humanizes our people Flanagan is a member of the white earth band of GB also speaking was U. S. representative Betty McCollum the Star Tribune reports McCollum said it's long past time for them to change their name Washington owner Dan Snyder has said the team name shows honor and respect but David class president of the national coalition against racism in sports and media and a member of that white earth nation says the name is an offensive racial slurs this is USA radio news do you have an idea for an adventure new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent now
Dozens strip down outside Facebook office to protest nudity rules
"Doesn't a protest strip down outside Facebook office to protest nudity rules on the social network? So artists, and photographer Spencer, Tunick created a nude installation, outside of Facebook and Instagram. New York office with the help of the national coalition against censorship, dozens dropped trial dropped their clothes late in the street and use images of in, in us images of male nipples, which are acceptable on Facebook. The covers people's nipples and genitals. So tunic said there were male nipples stickers. Covering female, presenting covering female, presenting nipples in male nipples covering all genitalia. The nudity band is pushing for Tigers and particularly harms assess is the nudity ban is punishing for photographers, and particularly harms artists whose work focuses on their own buddies, bodies or maybe others as well.
Scott Morrison, Nomura Holdings And Australia discussed on 0 Show
"Australia's center, right? Government is getting straight back to business after it surprise election victory pledging to pass signature tax cuts to shore up a slowing. Economy. Prime minister Scott Morrison's, liberal, national coalition said it aimed to deliver tax relief for about half of Australia's twenty five million people when parliament reconvenes the wind by Morrison and the liberal national coalition means the Australian dollar is set to strengthen against the US dollar. Andrew Ticehurst rate strategist at Nomura Holdings says business sentiment is expected to
Surprise election victory for Scott Morrison in Australia
"In Australia, the center, right? Government has gone to power in a surprise victory with voters backing it stored ship of flowing economy for another three years and rejecting the opposition's progressive agenda, this might trailing in most opinion polls for years, Scott Morrison liberal national coalition closed down the gap. What they've relentless attack on Labour's plans to take tougher action on climate change shirt tax perks wealthy
Australia's ruling coalition gets surprise third term
"Liberal national coalition government under prime minister, Scott Morrison has won a historic victory taking his party for a third term in government against all expectations. It's still unknown if Morrison will form a majority or minority government, but swings to the coalition across large Australian states especially Queensland have insured. He will remain prime minister. After losing an election, which many analysts described as unlivable labor leader Bill, shorten conceited at announced, he would be stepping down as the head of the
Australia holds elections with Labor Party looking to regain power
"The latest polls ahead of Saturday's vote in Australia's putting the label position marginally ahead of the liberal national coalition. That means Labour's Bill shorten is set to replace prime minister Scott Morrison, this case for change. We say proudly to all the straightens end, the chaos vote, live vote for real change. But Morrison is hoping that recent economic data will give him a last minute boost the choice between a government that knows how to manage money or Bill, shorten and
The “Identity Politics” Debate Is Splintering the Left
"Liberals splintering, how often have you heard about the defections and departures from the left end of the liberal party spectrum while in fact, the major defections attacking place on the right side of the coalition parties and the splintering, well, that's Lockley to have a legislative impact. Remember in twenty sixteen nearly a million conservatives could not stomach, Malcolm Turnbull. So they voted for alternative parties and deed, many lifelong liberals even preference lineup and that nearly cost the coalition office after being in power for only one term and one of the major bell grounds in the upcoming. Newsouth whilst election will be that for the house after mosh Twenty-three mono- on the rot. They luckily to hold the balance of power, so as the liberal national coalition, increasingly. Splinters? What's the objective of one nation, the Liberal Democrats, and the Australian conservatives Mark life is one nation candidate for the New South Wales up house? He's also a former federal labor later. Great to have you back on between the law and mock, thanks very much. Tom Corey Benatti is leader of the Australian conservatives and Senator he's a former liberal holiday Corey very good and David limbic is the newly elected liberal Democratic Party member in the Victorian legislative council. Welcome to the program, David hot, Tom NASA. Now, let's start with how each of you got to where you are now, politically and philosophically Mark your former vigil, I believe throughout the two thousand four election campaign. You were the darling of the metropolitan sophisticates a few years ago you join the L D P. Now, you're a one nation candidate for the New South Wales up a house. How do you can't your audio odyssey? Well, there are many issues, Tom, but I think generally. I would think that I've stayed pretty well stabling terms of minority logical position. Join the live party forty years ago, because I had a great believe in meritocracy that if we provide good social and economic opportunities for people and pick jobs promotions roles in society based on merit. We could have the good society that would be a genuine social democratic objective. And I still believe in that tonight, forty years lighter meritocracy, whereas unfortunately, live or another lift of Santa parties have moved to a system of identity politics, which instead of judging H individual on their merit. They work ethic that community contribution there night quality as an individual. They judging them on rice, gender and sexuality and these categories. I believe our betrayal of the ideals that people like Whitlam and hawks it for the live party, by diner, tree, social, democracy and social Justice. It's really. My opposition to identity politics that has seen me arrive in one nation, but it's more that live as moved to the left. They've very much allied green party and as long as they johnke meritocracy and embrace identity politics. They weren't have more support. Not I think they'll achieve their objects. What Ronald Reagan said when he left the Democrats joined the Republicans, he said, I didn't leave my party my party, lift me, well to some extent, but I think most people would acknowledge over the past dick item in particular politics. China fundamentally there's been a collapse in the quality of leadership since the defeat of the Howard government twelve years ago, the embrace of identity issues led to a transformation on I this is an example. But who would have thought in the news, we have this week that significant number of employees would be leaving the British live party on the grounds of racism and anti semitism story. And it just shows you the. Impact of identity politics is in fact, a new form of racism practiced by the lift and for me, that's the part of the beliefs. I had decades ago and the beliefs I still today
US STD rates reach record high, CDC says
"Levels CDC says America's rates of syphilis gonorrhea chlamydia have gone up for the fourth straight year last year nearly two point three million cases in the. US were, diagnosed that's the, highest number ever reported nationwide the. Executive director of the national coalition of STD directors says it's time for President