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Lifeline for restaurants included in pandemic relief package
"Economic relief package that has just passed Congress. Details from 11 90, Katie Exits Brad Ford, Oregon Congress. Federal Blumenauer sponsored The Restaurant Act started in Portland is an effort to save our beloved restaurants became a national movement that was incorporated with the economic relief Bill. $28 billion will be awarded his grants to restaurants. Gregory Corday owns departure in Portland. That's our best shot at Harding back to two million. People who lost their jobs during them pandemic. The money could be spent on payroll, rant, mortgage and other expenses. The first three weeks, restaurants owned by women, minorities and socially and economically disadvantaged businesses will be the priority. Portland police are still trying to identify a
How America's Food System Could Change Under Biden
"D. Augustine, he tells us about a new bill from Congressman John Garamendi, with support for the American Food for American Schools Act coming from Democrats and Republicans alike. Congressman John Garamendi's Is the national movement to buy American is a common sense, nonpartisan issue, Biden announced a major federal effort to support the American economy by using American taxpayer dollars to buy American products. Garamendi says the legislation will aid a crucial industry in California's economy. We want that money to be spent on American grown food so that farmers and farm workers and processors are also able to have a job and to continue to You could guide to their family. If passed. The American Food for American Schools Act will also increase source. Transparency in school lunch programs. Johnny D. Augustine E NEWS 93.1 KFBK,
"national movement" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It had to do with the fact that Spain really was the center of most of the news reports and most of the journalism at the time. Where the foolish when Spain was not. It was a non combatant in World War one. So unlike all the other places where the Spanish flu was taking place, including the United States, that was censorship, and they didn't want reports of people. You know all that all 10 people suddenly dying of mysterious courses, so that was all censored. Spain was the one place where it wasn't spent sense as very sensitive. Everyone thought, my God, this stuff is all happening in Spain. It's the Spanish flu. I thought I would ask you Also I mentioned before we went to that last break about Nigeria because there's not enough focus on what's been going on there, and a lot has been going on there and I wanted to get your take. President Buhari has had essentially a number of protesters shot and killed by soldiers. The stars with a special anti robbery squad, which has been condemned by Amnesty International. For torture and killings has been running pretty rampant and just Friday in Lagos, the state government announced some prosecutions in over the weekend. They're talking about well looking into unrest or doing something. Is there going to be any positive movement? You think of that country. Look, I think it's it's certainly positive movement. How larger it will be in her elastic It will be is the question, but I think it's a wonderful point to raise Michael because it reminds us how connected we are. I think that a lot of what is happening in Nigeria. Is a result of the black lives matter, Protests and some of the associate producer around police brutality. So what? What is happening in Nigeria? For those who don't know is that you have this squad called stars, the special anti robbery squad that had that runs rampant, highly corrupt, very abusive. Off base no attention to human rights when it prosecuted when it goes after people and Nigerians, I believe barred inspired by what has been happening in America have started to post videos. YouTube videos on There's this huge national movement that is called and President Buhari has not promised. To disband the squad. But they're now asking for more than we're asking for, you know, justice and what kind of uncovering of what happened. I think one of the dangers of off Coben and the pandemic is that governments have taken on a lot of power. And it's important for citizens whether it is in America or in Nigeria or in the India to recognize that this is a great danger. You could have the consolidation of greater and greater police powers under the guise of fighting a pandemic under the guise of needing to your maintain order, And so this is a very heartening development. Nigerian politics is such that You know, I'm not. I'm not going to make any bets that this is going to last or is going to be deep and lasting. But you know, watching it with a lot of hope. You have help when it comes to well, Sudan now, along with the Arab Emirates and Bahrain, actually normalizing relations with Israel. Yeah. You know, I think this is one area where you have to give trump credit for being kind of counter conventional in the way he thinks about things I've been writing for some years. Now that one of the mistakes we make about the Middle East is we think that the Palestinian problem is at the heart of the Middle East. But one of the things that I came to realize really after 9 11 Was that that wasn't true. For most of the Middle East that the Middle East was consumed by completely different off rages on the main one was the divide between the Sunnis and the Shia this great sectarian divide in Islam. Which which also maps onto the division between the Christians who are mostly sheer and the Arabs who are mostly certain and that that was the great divide in the Arab world. In a way what Trump did you see, he said, Okay, that's true. That you can. You can see that Israel has more in common with the moderate Sunni states, the Gulf state, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United out of ever inspired by real, then it does with Egypt in Iraq and such, and so because all those countries.
"national movement" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"University is a very fancy place very fancy. I have eating gloves, which are like fraternities, but in multi $1,000,000 mansions where your serve lunch on porcelain. And then you've got to talk about how much Daddy has put in your trust fund this year. Prince is a very fancy place. No question about it. But Princeton University because it's an elite school now. And not even know we should call them elite because who knows why people get into the schools anymore? There's an open letter, though. That has been published there. Amber. This is, I think considered the third the number three Ivy League school after Harvard and Yale. A lot of people would put Stanford ahead of it. But Princeton still certainly a very Internationally renowned institution. And here is what this. This is a faculty letter signed by 101 150 professors. A huge number of professors have signed this thing. And it's on Anti blackness. As a foundational. Element to America. In fact, the very first line is quote. Anti blackness is foundational to America. Wow, That's the very first line of this letter. On DH. Then they get into a discussion of how we deal with this. The way we deal with. This is anti racism. Now. Many of us have thought that the The on ly obligation we have as individuals and as people is to not be racist, right? Just don't be racist. That's okay. And then you're not a racist and then what's the problem? And racism is treating people are thinking of people as less then or thinking of them differently because of their skin color. Very straightforward definition. Don't do that. You're not being racist. You know, anti racism is thie affirmative. Taking off steps demanded of you by the woke left. In order to deal with the as it is said in this letter from Princeton University. Anti blackness that is foundational to America and quote so anti racism now turns into A whole list of demands. Now there are demands that are coming with all of this too. Right? George Boys. She Isa is not shot is killed, asphyxiated in Minnesota by a police officer. National movement. And now here we are Prince University, demanding additional pay and perks for professors of color. Well, that's quite a Oh, no, This is the way it works, right? This is the way the movement was always going to conduct itself. Here's what they writes. It plays a role, anti blackness and where we live, and where were welcomed influences The level of health care we receive determines the degree of risk we're assumed opposed in context from retail, the lending and beyond. Informs the expectations and tactics of law enforcement. Anti black racism has hamstrung our political process. It is rampant even in our most progressive communities, and it plays a powerful role in institutions like Princeton. Despite declared values of diversity and inclusion. So anti blackness, According to this Open letter, signed by written by professors at Princeton, signed by professors at Princeton. Anti Blackness is a Constant. Failing of Princeton University. Even though Princeton University thinks of itself is very diverse and progressive and all the rest of it, not enough. So you'd say Well, okay, What are we supposed to do about? Let's just assume that that let's just accept this premise for a second. That the country is still so ray system..
University of Washington Students in Seattle Take Action Against ICE Directive Saying Foreign Students Taking Online Classes Can’t Stay In U.S.
"Of Washington, students protested against a new rule from ice that could force thousands of foreign students out of the U. S. UW's Union of academic student employees and Postdocs demonstrated outside ice headquarters in downtown Seattle, joining a national movement. The new ice directive requires foreign students to take college courses in person, not on line to be allowed in the you remain in the U. S.
Former Atlanta officer charged with murder of Rayshard Brooks
"Funeral services will be held today for ray shard Brooks in the black man shot in the back by police earlier this month in Atlanta A. B. C. Steve since ami is in Atlanta his killing here on June twelfth in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant at the hands of Atlanta police has divided the city and helped fuel the national movement demanding police reforms earlier access point if you it began as a DIY when Brooks refused to be put in hand cuffs and ran off with one of the officers tasers former officer Garrett Ralph is seen shooting him in the back Ross list of charges include felony murder officer Devin Bronson and posted bail and is fighting an aggravated assault charge a witness says he saw one of the officers trying to help Brooks as he was dying and shared video with ABC news the officer who he says he saw helping is wrong we can tell that one officer was really concerned about about racial racial R. R. while while the the other other officer officer was was analyzing analyzing the the situation situation in in statements statements both both officers officers say say their their actions actions were were appropriate appropriate all all of of this this has has been demoralizing for Atlanta police upon hearing that was scheduled for former officer Ralph has been postponed he's being held without bond it was originally scheduled at the same time the family here was holding a funeral for their son
"national movement" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News I'm Michelle Martin the nationwide protests in conversations around racial justice have led to a push to remove police officers from security positions inside schools it's taking place across the country school systems in Minneapolis and Denver Seattle and Oakland among others have all moved in recent weeks to suspend or phase out ties with police on your cabinets from the NPR ed team takes a look at the history and the impact of police in schools getting police out of schools has been a key demand of the black lives matter movement for years Jesse Hagopian a teacher and activist in Seattle says that's for two reasons there's just so much research that shows that they are making our kids safe and there's been a horrific acts of police violence in schools thanks to two separate incidents captured on bodycam footage in the fall of twenty nineteen one officer in Florida put a six year old girl in hand cuffs and she stopped another in New Mexico was shown shoving an eleven year old girl against a wall both students were black what is happening in schools around the country is instead of figuring out how to help that girl who's having a difficult time by having cancelar as we meet these kids with force at least two thirds of American high school students attend a school with a police officer the proportion is higher for students of color and data shows that schools with cops tend to perform more children to law enforcement including for non serious and non violent behaviors all this adds up to what Monique Morris calls the criminalization of black students the presence of police and schools I believe is fueled by a de humanization of children of color which suggests that there needs to be a constant surveillance of these children in schools Morris is a scholar and filmmaker who focuses on black girls educational experiences she says new research shows that a majority white schools police officers are more likely to think of their job as protecting the school from outside threats such as shootings but in schools with majority students of color the police are instead looking at the students themselves as threats for children of color we see that this leads to hyper criminalization and away that people perceive them to be criminal even if they're just being children so how do you get to this point school resource officer programs began in the nineteen fifties to strengthen ties between police and the communities they serve they grew quickly starting in the nineties amid fear about school shootings the federal department of justice has funded these programs to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars expanding its support after the parkland tragedy in twenty eighteen and today million the students especially students of color at ten schools that have police officers on staff but no nurse or school psychologist in polls parents largely support the presence of armed officers in schools and until recently so if teacher unions the national association of school resource officer said in a statement this month that these officers when properly trained can prevent violence and juvenile arrests while building positive relationships and yet police officers have rarely been able to intervene and actually stop a mass shooting in progress nor is there positive evidence that they make schools safer in other ways that contrasts with dozens of documented incidents in the past decade where resource officer tasered pepper sprayed injured or otherwise use force on a student the good news says Morris is that there are evidence based safe the alternatives already in many schools these include positive behavioral interventions and supports restorative justice programs and having mental health counselors and other people available when students are acting out rather than calling law enforcement they can take a breath is going to medication or watch a video and learn how to reset their emotions these strategies she says can make schools safer and more welcoming for all students without police on the cabinets and here it is we've been talking a lot about all the unexpected outcomes of the season of unrest and activism and here's another one a month ago the Minnesota freedom fund a small nonprofit dedicated to paying bail for low income individuals was going about its business with just three employees only one full time and an annual budget below two hundred thousand dollars then George Floyd was killed while in police custody in Minneapolis protesters filled the streets and donations started pouring into the fund more than thirty million dollars worth but what happens when a tiny nonprofit gets a windfall of that size so quickly at F. four allowed to curse but it was a node WTF moment of like what is happening that's Octavia Smith she's board president of the Minnesota freedom fund she says she and her colleagues were just not prepared for all the attention when we found out like you know suffer okay and don Chido no name or like yeah donate to the bell find we were like why do they know us how is this happening we are really small and we knew that with the expectation of I guess social media cloud are all that that there would be a larger level of scrutiny towards us so I misunderstand it the freedom fund spent what two hundred fifty thousand dollars in the past few weeks which is not out yet about which is more than your entire budget for the previous year right yes and two to three weeks we spent what we normally spend two years and I think that that conversation with a little bit last time folks what happened then people started what flaming you on social media saying saying suddenly we were trending with the hashtag where's the money at thirty five million and you know we as a board felt that we were being transparent we had named you know the amount of money that we raise than that I'd like to say that lake I understand we understand as a board that people have a right to be mad rightfully so there are so many generations of black and brown by park folks in my communities who have been exploited by organizations and so the anger Israel I think we didn't expect the heat come towards us and you're still trying to bail people out right are we still are bailing people out yep how does cash be a work in Minnesota yes Sir we are community Delphine and we pay cash bail not just for the criminal system but also for the immigration system and cash bail in Minnesota as it is in other states it's a very oppressive system it essentially says that you have to have the exact amount of money on hand and so someone was charged with a petty crime in their bail was set at like seventy eight dollars if you go N. eighty dollars you can not free that person so you can't brings eighty dollars they won't give you change what you have to have no money order or something how does that no money order because we operate in the cache yes and that's the wild part gray like it's like the system is really put up it's not supposed to help people you can't pay with a credit card you can pay with a money order you have to have cash and you can't like if we're talking about doing as an organization doing mass release mass liberation you have to go and say I'm paying X. Y. Z. scale that process to just be a one person now can take upwards of three hours Mr can I ask you this thirty million dollars thirty five million dollars sounds like a huge amount of money but in the context of how many people are being held who could be bonded out is that really a lot of money it's not to put this into perspective if we wanted to bail out the folks in Hennepin county who are qualified for them it would cost fifty million dollars that's like wild great that's ridiculous and like that system the cash bail system is just operating on this thing goes like they haven't been convicted of anything you know and people are literally rotting in jail because they can't afford to pay her bills forgive me for asking miss Smith is there any part of you that kind of wishes that money had never poured in hello all parts of me was never report I think like you know what we're talking about these moments we are witnessing an uprising and America has.
"national movement" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Not really you know it's. It's it's the. Trickle Down Economics. There's a lot of you. Know of rising tide lifts all boats. Rhetoric in there is very weak on told me very week on atonement, especially for somebody who has like I, said. The front of spearheading the war on drugs and mass incarceration in this country like he, he needs to really late in the blackness, and a railway and I'm not talking about putting all can't take off and taking a knee I'm talking about through real policy commitments promises a certain legislation when he gets in and told reparations for America's original sandwiches, slavery. You know could let. Let's be clear Joe. Biden needs black voters to win ninety percent of black people who voted for Obama in two thousand twelve. Twenty twenty, two thousand sixteen essay black voter turnout declined for the first time. In two decades and two crucial states that flipped for trump, Michigan and Wisconsin, black voter turn out fell, and he won those states by very small margins, so Joe Biden needs black people in our personal by mass. We're looking. We're looking at tens of thousands of people out there protesting Joe. Biden has said he wants to see comprehensive police. Reform is not going to energize people to vote. That'd be one thing that will definitely be one thing like I said Joe. Biden has to do more than than just you know. Say Bed, he he's he's. He's four black people. Look at it like this right like all these corporations right not at a tweet and black lives matter you know saying that we have to dismantle white supremacy. Here's the question how many black people work at those places of business? How many black is that? They had with a passion. How many black people have senior roles in their company? How many black people on that board you know how to black people in those company comedies, people hold on. How many black people are in Donald Trump's administration. Nine, but once again I'm not looking for Donald Trump didn't do anything black people Donald. Trump is not relevant to me. Community Democrats, are you know why, because we both of them over ninety percent of Charlemagne? He is if you stay home if you stay home. Isn't that exactly what he's looking for? But I'm not saying what I'm telling. You is in twenty sixteen. Four point four million people who voted for Obama and twenty twelve stayed home, and more of a third of them were black. What's going to make them come out this time? That's it. If. If. You don't want to stay in that I. Don't know what to tell you Stephanie I just think it needs to be doing a lot. More now is not the time to be playing the. He needs to be leaning in the blackness and a real railway. Signed Leinen Charlemagne the God. Thank you so much for joining me. We'll be right back. That's it right. Coming.
"national movement" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"American people. Safety is one of our primary responsibilities as elected officials to keep the American people say. We want them to be saved in just. But the Senate can't even pass an anti lynching bill if you can't get that through. Does this have hope? Well again. Lincoln said public sentiment everything with it. You can accomplish almost every anything without it. Practically nothing Abraham Lincoln the I. Think the public opinion, massive numbers of people walking and support of ending. Violence in terms of the. Police Department is something that we have to. Recognize and again not to paint everyone a of our. Public Safety officials. In with the same brush, they don't deserve that, but they do deserve to. They should be policing their own operation, and in the absence of that we will have this justice in policing legislation, so it's not up to us to just do the inside maneuvering. You can only go so far with that. The outside mobilization is essential. To any change that you want to effect in our country in the congress. When you talk about Public Safety Racial Justice National Security. These are issues that matter to all Americans yet the way the president is trying to phrase this saying these are liberal. Radical moves meant to abolish policing as we know it as though we're. Trying to create a lawless society, that's obviously not what you are doing so when you look at the term defunding the police. How do you define it? Well first of all I don't pay that much attention to what the president says. Because it doesn't equate to. Re doesn't have anything to do with the reality of the situation. WHO's norring what we're seeing? Right before? Our very eyes are denying it wanting us to believe him rather than what we're seeing with our. There is The issue of budgeting is one that is. Should, be a statement of our values. What we care about should be how we allocate our resources, and we do care about safety, so we will have various measures that relate to could possibly be eight. Some of the responsibilities some in law enforcement have that related to mental illness relate to domestic violence in the rest of that and we're hoping that they will pass. Our legislation has violence against women. act in it and the funding that goes with that. But I I wouldn't get hung up on one fraser and other what we want to do is pass our bill for justice and policing that phrase. I hope everyone will take on. And again as we allocate, resources do so in a way that addresses some of the underlying concerns that people have in fact, our heroes APP does just that in certain respects first of all one that some of the anger that you see out there, I understand is from the disparity in the corona virus, and how people of Color have. Had more a disproportionate share of the deaths..
"national movement" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"We are back with the most powerful democratic elected official in America. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Speaker blows. He thank you for joining us on this very important day yesterday you knelt in honor of George. Floyd and his life, and soon after you helped unveil the new policing reform bill. This has been fifteen days of impact, and now it's time for congressional action. What do you hope your legislation is going to achieve? Well. Thank you for mentioning that I'm very proud of the work of Karen Bass that chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. She also chairs the crime subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee so tomorrow the Judiciary Committee under Jerry Nadler's leadership and Karen Bass. We'll be having a hearing on the justice and policing legislation and what we hope to accomplish. As an improvement in justice and policing, and that means we will have. An end to racial profiling show colds. qualified. Prosecution of of wrongdoing and the police department issues that relate to data collection so that we know the record of people, and so they don't get rehired into a place where they can cause more harm. The list goes on. It's a very important wealth crafted piece of legislation that addresses many of the concerns of. Congress has had for a long time in our caucus of the by caucus has taken the lead on, so we're ready. Karen Bass is ready. To introduce that bill working.
"Haven't had a chance to talk with a lot of. People of color especially people are running for office. Who are or politicians elected officials about the what has been going on in the Boston Metro area with black lives. Matter I mean I'm in Milton and there were there variety you know. People don't think like Milton. They think it's a lily white town, which is not, it's very It's actually very racially diverse, and there was a big demonstration on Thursday, very peaceful one and this notion of what's going on like what's the narrative because I feel like? Like already at least Boston is kind of focusing on the violence in the looting, and the you know what I mean, and it's like what what have you seen in Chelsea? What are you seeing in general? As as a as a person of color looking in this moment in general, I think that the media is going to do what the media right, but I think that we have an obligation as leaders to make sure that we're sticking to the facts and the facts here. Are that George Floyd Brianna. Brianna Taylor countless others have been the victim of were victims of a system that has quite frankly left folks behind people of color especially, and so people want to continue to change the subject about looters, and and burning dumpsters and other topics, and we so quick to forget about the black lives that were lost and I think it's important that yes, we can talk about this joint businesses, and yes, we can talk about that stuff, but why don't we just stick? Let's focus right now on what the? The matter is at hand. And how do we fix this systemic injustice that exists that quite frankly has the entire country turns out. How does that work in Massachusetts in Chelsea perspective in a Boston perspective in a Boston Metro area because we are in the Boston Metro area, I mean I'm only eleven miles from right now like if you just take a straight line, so how does that begin to like? How do you take what's happening here in in the Boston area and apply it to the national, movement. We have obligations as elected officials on local levels and on the state level to make sure that we're passing policy that actually addresses some of these issues I think number one is representation one number one demand that the black lives matter movement has had all along is having representation. In the police force that the police force resembles those folks in the community, and that that they were citizen review boards that looked over the actions of Felisa, had complaints filed against them, or you know de escalating practices in that kind of thing I'm here locally yesterday. There was a rumor that there might be a black lives matter protests in Chelsea and some business owners were scared and city leaders were wondering. What do we do? How do we handle this? Want to get out of hand. And there's like this common misconception that people that if unless it's a nonprofit organization that organizing a protest that can easily be contained that any other protesters deemed unruly that protest for black lives somehow poses a threat to business and I'm seeing a Lotta `gate-keeping from people who are leaders as opposed to coming out and and coming up with action steps. Let's create dialogue so that we can talk about how. How systemic, just as within our our area, Code Zip Code. How do we? How do we have these conversations? I don't hear anybody saying those things. Everybody just goes into protecting their position and their reputation, and now's not a time for that now is the time of reflection, and to show compassion and listening to the needs of the community, so stay on Chelsea, because Chelsea's out of they see a largely Latino community. Are People making the connections there. I mean because I think there's also I mean you know between black, and Brown or I think the Latin American sensibility of race in Latin Americans White Supremacist region to I mean. Talking about that in Chelsea or is it? I think that conversation is happening everywhere. Julio about how where anti blackness exists even within our own Latino communities. Everyone is talking about and I. Think this movement is really being by a lot of young people that don't really subscribe to like some of the verbiage that you and I might speak or that. This is a lot more aware than we give them credit for, and you know a couple of years ago, I would've been the one organizing an event, but now it's like these young people are organizing themselves. We gotta let the lead and support. Now police brutality in the Boston area and Chelsea. It's still a thing and. A been told that you experienced an example of that. So when I was a teenager I. Actually was twenty years old, but. I was you know I fell victim to the culture that like the urban culture, the street culture. And I always you know acting a little Rulli but there was a local police officer. That kind of took it personally, Usta bottle me outside of the city. And kind of harass me constantly, and I kept going to the police and filing reports, and and nothing ever happened until one day he finally got his hand me while I was in police custody and I got he hit me over the head with a flashlight had to get stitches transported to the hospital, and then to cover himself, he charged me with assault battery and a police officer, which ultimately I was convicted of and I. I've been holding onto that story for a long time. About about not just my record because I don't want people to use my record against me and disqualify me. As being. Official exactly. But now I'm realizing who am I holding this for like? Why am I holding onto this? This isn't mine to own. These are the stomach injustices that we're talking about. You know this is exactly what we need I did. Everything I was supposed to do. I tried to file complaints, but they but they went. They didn't go anywhere. That's not to say look Chelsea has come a long way from. From a from the corruption that they had back in the ninety, so you know I give them credit for, but a lot of those behaviors still exist than people think because we don't have dead, black or brown bodies on the sidewalks that somehow we're saying from this, but these systemic injustices the way that we interact these power tripping ways in which someone comes talk to get in your car go. The way that we speak to one another. That's still in the same type of thing that allow for George Floyd to have a knee on his neck for eight minutes and forty six
"national movement" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"That. In a registered location secured by a number of fences or even backing your trailer up against the wall, so nobody can open the door, and it seems fairly obvious that all trailer should be outfitted with tracking equipment, but as somebody I was talking to. You explain you know there. There are tens of millions of trailers out there, and so for these mega carriers to retrofit all them with security devices and GPS that's just not possible or not financially viable, so yeah, there are still going to be some vulnerabilities for sure. The most recent example that you mentioned in your article happened just three days after Christmas this past year in two, thousand, nine, hundred eighteen. Tell us a little bit about that I mean the guys ended up getting caught, but But I think they were stealing from like a military family or something like that. One of the guys worked for a moving company who had coordinated a Trans National Movement of three military families, so three families worth and belongings in the struck the guy. A The moving company knew that that was there, and so drove off with it, and for better or worse I guess he ended up stashing a lot of the goods in his own house so once they kind. kind of figured out who it was and where he had gone, you know his entire house was filled with these other people's belongings, and I don't know if he was arrested while riding a motorcycle that was taken from the truck, or that was also in the possession, but that was another fairly obvious that this guy has accomplice were involved with stealing this entire trailer finally caught up to They had a bunch of boxes. Eletronics bikes things like that and yeah. They were taking the family, so yeah, no, it's just an interesting look into what happens and how these kind of truck thefts are happening. Trailer thefts are happening. There's a lot of other little nuggets in the story that that are pretty fun to go through and read so I. Suggest everybody. Check out Dylan's article there for anybody WHO's interested in checking out some of the?.
The Mind Financing The Future
"When powerful people use their advantage to engage in new involuntary transfers of wealth safety or freedom from those too weak to defend themselves. The winners are almost always forced to create an idealism as a cover for their siphoning in simpler terms. These idealisms are actually cover stories or bespoke fig leaves which almost exactly fit. The extraction are taking that they are tailored mask once. This is understood. We realized that to test this theory. Each wave of idealism would have to be matched to a highly specific effective confession for an injustice that pervaded the era in which it was found. This concept of idealism as disguising theft is of course an upsetting cognitive shift get is therefore naturally initially difficult to come to see the waves of idealism that characterized each era that we have lived through not as the best of our aspirations for a better world but rather as the photographic negative of the greed of our own ruling classes for example. The idealism of United States competitiveness was everywhere in the nineteen eighties and early to mid Nineteen Ninety S. At that time it seemed to be about the need for all Americans to pull together and get back into fighting shape as a country looking below the surface however it was not really about the need of managers owners and workers to pull together through shared austerity to reinvigorate American industry. Rather it was a false idealism. That instructed organized American Labor to give up hard won gains that were then not matched by comparable sacrifices from the other groups. Once the United States Labor had been sufficiently humbled in attenuated in its power by the Mid Nineteen Ninety S. The drumbeat of patriotic competitiveness gave way to the post National Davos idealism of a world without borders singing the praises of Financial Inclusion Trade Immigration and philanthropy with the Maudlin sediments of nine hundred eighty five. We are the world as its anthem. The purpose of the Post National Movement was not to include those overseas but instead to allow the wealthy of the industrialized world to break the bonds with their fellow citizens of the working class and to access cheaper labor. Pools abroad using far-flung supply chance likewise the idealism of so-called constructive engagement with governments like communist China's would be seen through this lens as the rationalization for ignoring issues of human rights and strategic risk in such a way as to benefit economically in the short-term selling out American interests in the long-term meanwhile back home in the states the techno Utopian perspective that arose dominate. The Bay area of California held. That information just wants to be free and that now. Transparency is king because privacy is dead perversely as you would expect in this theory. This hippie dippy sounding digital vision is exactly what ushered in the surveillance economy as the platforms became not windows but half silvered mirror through which the social media barons learned every intimate detail about their users. These startups turn techno behemoths. Turned the most intimate personal details of our private lives into their proprietary business. Data which was as far from free or transparent as one could possibly imagine the idealism of gender and identity to fits the exact pattern second wave feminism seemed to be about recognizing the intrinsic worth of women in the workforce but it may also be seen as an employer dream to push out the labor supply curve in such a way as to make the previous single breadwinner household require a second income just to keep pace the politics of identity which caught fire in the wake of the twenty ten. Colorado Senate upset are explained largely by economists. Pm Alana's theory. That identity is the cheapest substitute for the Labor Voting Block which demanded far more significant economic concessions. More bizarrely the strange media ritual of pointing the finger of Islamaphobia at anyone who dares ask about a mass murderer in which the killer triumphantly shouts of the hawk. Bar Emits. Bloody and sadistic mayhem may well be about protecting transfer. Payments from oil-rich monarchies while the official admonition to see the Niqab hit job burqa and clitoridectomy predominantly ethnic differences or symbols of female. Liberation is so absurd to go along way towards establishing the need for some theory. Is this to fill the space. The left-leaning idealism of making housing affordable for all that too many bad loans inflated the housing bubble while the right-leaning Ayn Rand Ian Idealism of self regulating markets practiced by Alan Greenspan allowed the banks to privatize gains while socializing the risks losses. The giving pledge to May well be an attempt to keep governments from clawing back unpaid taxes from carefully sheltered fortunes or establishing wealth and asset taxes in a period of radical inequality. In this sense it can be seen as something of a bargain if I promise to screw over my own children for charity. I hope that you will leave me alone and unquestioned to enjoy my vast and carefully sheltered wealth while I'm alive and as we have just seen with the Biden endorsements from Speaker Nancy Pelosi Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and former Senator Hillary Clinton. The metoo movement appears to be less about sexual assault and more about adding a tool for extra-judicial vigilantism which can be wielded selectively or kept sheath according to taste suffice it to say that. Hashtag believe all women has now given way to hash tag believe convenient women so you may ask. Why bring this up now? Well in my opinion what we need now is someone who is not part of any of the official idealisms. Of course that would have sounded quite weird in isolation if I had simply said that we need an anti Utopian to lead us. Wouldn't we want someone envision a dreamer doer hybrid two point the way? No we want someone who is not signed on for any of these horrible anti patriotic charades from either party. Someone who never believed in free trade free markets nationalism housing for all deregulation competitiveness etcetera etcetera. We need someone who is not closed with Jeffrey Epstein who does not possess significant financial relationships abroad. Additionally someone alienated by both the hardline pro-life pro-choice perspectives. Would be perfect for where most Americans are today since the time of Nixon. We've been in an era of predatory idealism with our best impulses used against us from both right and left. It is now time to get back to the hard work of cleaning up from two disastrous generations of failed business people politicians reporters in professors and perhaps most importantly we need to flush our dependence on near totalitarian communist China out of our system before it is too late
Seattle's City Council Wants Rent and Mortgage Relief, But Payment Is Still Due
"Renters in mortgage holders should not have to make their monthly housing payments until after this is the health crisis ends that's what Seattle city council is saying in the resolution calls on state and federal governments to forgive those debts more from come Oscar when he can the resolution introduced by city councilmember Tammy moralis calls for a moratorium on commercial and residential rent and mortgage collection until the crisis is lifted and people are able to go back to work and pay their bills further the resolution says the missed payments should never be collected I'm getting hundreds of calls a day and emails from people saying that if I don't pay rent for four months especially in Seattle where branches you know two thousand dollars there's no way that that accumulated debt is something I will ever be able to pay off the resolution passed by the council has no legal force is part of a national movement calling for temporary rent and mortgage forgiveness Corwin hake
Food donations box brings a Southeast DC neighborhood together
"There is a national movement to install food donation boxes in neighborhoods and one of those so called blessings boxes has popped up on Capitol Hill it's a hand crafted boarding glass box outside the home of one D. Hammond at forty thirty street southeast and it's stuffed with goods free for the taking we have non perishable items
"national movement" Discussed on The Ready State
"It happens a lot through Through example it happens. You know your example my exemple bull and other players that in that field were not just actually considering fitness or functional Aspects of of who we are. That's what we specialize on. That's what we good at. That's what we are passionate about. What we wish for? Everybody is to live a good life. So How does physiological health and Functional Movement mastery In National Movement allowed to call it national movement can help you live that that better life. Well you mentioned the The study again Brazilian study where when people could not get up and get down with the assistance of their knees hands. It was a predictor. It was not a good predictor was predictor of at their life expectancy or actually. Their lifespan expectancy lifespan. may be shorter than whether they like the same has is being done with a grip strength so grip strength in people who are in their bed hospitals. The Gregory Strength. They had the more chances they had to get out of the hospital faster and to actually not die in there. It's a little sad to think about the those considerations because clearly you know Aging reminds us of our own mortality. And that is not something that we are ready to to be excited sided about. Nobody is really a- belief so physiological health is going to not prevent you from aging..
50 years of Stonewall
"Fifty years ago this week patrons of the stonewall in a gay bar in New York's Greenwich Village stood up to police who had raided the venue since then the stonewall uprising has become the most storied event in the history of the LGBT, right struggle. But there's a history that has been and continues to be both under documented and overlooked. There isn't even a consensus on exactly what transpired on the evening of the uprising itself, I wanted to find out more about what forces have shaped the documentation of LGBT history to begin I paid a visit to pick Marcus at his home in Manhattan. My name is Eric Marcus. And I am the founder and host of the making gays repot cast. And we bring LGBTQ history to life to the voices of the people who lived it, and we draw much of material material from my archive of one hundred interviews that I recorded thirty years ago for an oral history book of the same name. I knew nothing about the movement before nineteen sixty nine I thought everything began stonewall. I discovered that was wasn't the case that I was really outraged. I thought why didn't I know this history to me? And so in most ways the most interesting part of our history is the history before stonewall, and I was able to find all of these people, mostly elderly, who had been there at the very beginning of the movement in the US, and I got to record their stories, my conception of LGBTQ history, changed dramatically that I spoke with people on there wasn't much written about it at the time I started my work, and so I had ideas about people, especially in the early movement that there was some how accommodation as so that all they wanted to do as simulate and it was the perspective of the people who wrote about it writing through the lens of the nineteen eighty s. What I didn't realize what the times were like and what people were up against early in the movement, and how courageous really radical, they were in their thinking that they that they imagined a world that could be different and slowly found a way I fit into the world. And then to begin changing it, and that to me made them radicals, even though some of a lot of the activists came along later looked at them and thought of them as less than and old fashioned that somehow there, what they did didn't matter very much, given the, the history of the movement goes back so far before stonewall. What do you think explains the editor of stonewall as a kind of watershed within algae, PT, Hugh history, stonewall uprising in stonewall was indeed a watershed of the movement? It was a turning point. But there were between fifty and sixty existing organizations in nineteen sixty nine there was a, a modest national movement. What stonewall did is it? Channeled or I should say the organizing that happened in the aftermath of stonewall based on the infrastructure that existed already channel, this new energy and anger into a much larger national movement. It, it inspired it triggered the gay liberation phase of what had been called the home afoul movement. So you went from fifty to sixty organizations in nineteen sixty nine to a year later, fifteen hundred organizations across the country, and then another year later twenty five hundred organizations thousands of young people at colleges and universities were brought into the movement. It was very young movement, and the people who are involved earlier were for the most part swept away some people continued on through the next days of the movement, and they brought their experience into this new phase of the movement. In fact, the first organizing meetings that were held right after stonewall were hosted by the Mattachine society, an organization founded in nineteen fifty in Los Angeles. And the daughters of leaders in organization for lesbians, founded in nineteen fifty five so it didn't. I thought that the movement sprang whole from the uprising of the stonewall inn, I didn't know, otherwise until I did my research and discovered that. It required. Concentration organizing in hard work to get from the stall uprising to the first pride March here in New York when you're later and then to this movement, that's now grown across the country and all over the world records of LGBT life have been shaped by the same divisions influence other histories, these include splits along sexual racial and generational lines. The lesbian her story archives are a historical repository run by lesbians for lesbians. I met Maxine Wolfe, one of the archives coordinate is in the Brooklyn brownstein. Whether kept most archives that call themselves LGBT are g and t they have practically no ill. Okay or be. So part of it is that we can't rely on other people to preserve our history. If you read most history books about the gay movement. A lot of what is in. There is about men and their movement, not what lesbians would doing at the same time, and even if they're lesbians in the organization, they don't get as much visibility. So this is about making sure that lesbians are at the center of that history. Also the way that we define it is very different than most archives. We define it as being as broad as possible we don't want to create an archive that's about only about famous lesbians, which most archives, they want material from well-known members of the community, and we have that, but we also value, the idea as Joan Nestle said that any lesbian at walks in here can see an image of herself which. Means that we have the papers of lesbian prostitutes, and go, go dancers, and truck drivers and secretaries as well as having papers of people like orgy Lord, or Audrey enrich, or other well-known, lesbians, would you mind showing me around? So on the first floor we put the things that most people who are not necessarily academic, researches would want to see novels autobiographies biographies. We also have literary criticism we have and Thala geez. We have poetry books. We have poetry anthologies, my favorite thing on this floor, though is we have books from other countries. And one of my favorite books is this, which was may? It's, it's called a Dikshit airy and it's handmade by a group of Japanese lesbians who brought it here, and it has phrases in English, and then Japanese, and then Japanese and English, and you can see it's all handmade. So it has things like are you monogamous? Women's take back the night it has a Butch on the streets in between the sheets. This is all an English. And then in Japanese this, reflects the way that I think, so many lesbians feel about wanting to make sure that people remember us. And that's what this archive is about the most touching thing that happens here is to see somebody come in and see something that they were part of some lesbian will walk through the door from some other state and, you know, an older woman who will say, you know, I was part of this poetry, collective in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and I bet you know, we did this book but you probably don't have it. And then I'll say, well, let's look, and then we look and we find it and people cry, you know, women cry when they come in here and see a couple of things not just something that's there's, but a place that respect. Who they are a place that is beautiful, and that is put together and that cares about who they are. And that's very important to me. And I think to everybody who is at the archives today, LGBT history is documented move freely in extensively even ever before. But as the wheel celebrates pride this month, we would do well to remember the people whose lives anti, we're not giving the attention. They deserved for multiple twenty four in New York on Henry Sheridan.
Dutch church service continues for six weeks to stop police arresting and deporting refugee family
"Imagine sitting through church for six weeks without taking a break for a group of of Armenian refugees in the Netherlands. It's the only way to avoid deportation. And that's because there's an old Dutch law on the books, and it says police cannot interrupt church to arrest anybody. So the church in the Hague is praying around the clock. They're not stopping since late October teams of pastors have cycled in and out. They've taken ships. They've pulled all nighters the church to ensure that these refugees are safe from arrest. So who are these refugees, and how many of them are there? This is a family of five more than five hundred pastors of different faiths of volunteer. Their time over the last six weeks to preach at the church in order to keep out the immigration agents. This is a family that fled here to seek short-term refuge. But this is now evolved in. To something event national movement seems like lot of daycare towards the family, even though they might have lighted immigration, all well, the New York Times pointed out how this level of outreach is a point of hope in the world consumed with more nationalism, more intolerance toward religious groups and in this way. Many secular people have now flocked to this chapel in the Hague. There the curious they also are very moved by the demonstration of love in the twenty Twenty-eight toward this family. So is there any indication of when the church will take a break kit, which point the family will be arrested. Well, it's been going on twenty four hours a day for six weeks and could prove to be the longest church service ever. And as one of the pastors said in the article, we practice what we preach. Thank you, Patrick. That's all the time. We have for this edition of today. The program engineer of this episode is John I'm telling thank you so much for listening.
"national movement" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"And that was the basis for crop ration- that was the basis for this. These story links between national movements of the Kurds and these community there were tensions. There were a lot of fears on behalf of these from the Kurds mainly from a more conservative Islamic groups within the national movement of Kurds in Iraq. But this cooperation lasted, and I think the first cracks the first notable cracks in this cooperation started in Iraqi, civil war. I mean two thousand seven. There was a chain of events that targeted use eighties in both shea on NC jar it culminated in a very big blast. Or, you know, serious of blasts. Insen jarring two thousand seven August two thousand seven carried out by carried out by Qaeda, but the ZD's and rightly so I believe lame the Kurdish peshmerga the Kurdish army for allowing them. How did deal Qaeda militants got four trucks loaded with explosives through at least ten robuck there tend to blind eye turned a bland I for sure, and that's the it is, you know, hold grudge for the Kurds ever since. Okay. So now, let's move forward. Two thousand fourteen when something state troops invade northern Iran with explicit mission of wiping out these eight is because they are the worshippers of Satan exam. Right. The lowest of the low they've first infidels to go yet. They ZD's somehow despite. This history that you just mentioned you just recounted sow relied on the codes to save them. What were they thinking? They had their doubts. I mean, as I said they've had doubts the Kurds in general and the pitch Maragos loyalty to his eighties for many years before two thousand fourteen but the problem was that the Kurds allow is to hold to carry guns at all in jar or elsewhere. So the people of jar even if they wanted to make their own militias, fighting groups, whatever they couldn't do it because they had or at least the legally had no gun, formerly they shouldn't have carried any guns at all. So in the summer of two thousand fourteen the only thing they really had to do or the only option they had was to go to the Shwedagon, and you know, bag for their protection. And that's what it basically told them you have nothing to worry about. We're going to steal defend. You the community and the jar area we are prepared for any attack. And we'll we'll stay here with you until there's nothing to worry about. Yeah. So it was basically a choice between two evils out either to submit completely all to rely on. But we have defend, but we have to be fair. I mean between ISIS and the Kurds, of course, the Kurds are more logic. But it didn't help them much in real time. I think most of these it is really hoped for the best. I mean, they're really hoped right before the attacks. Isis text they really believed that the peshmerga will defense, but many of them when they attack started were driven out to refugee camps in neighboring countries all to the west that to a couple of months before it happened. I mean before that they were stranded on Munsan jar for a couple of wasn't two separate incidents. You know few people who were driven out and the others who were stranded on the amount. Whoever is the same people who after being besieged stranded on the mountain ended up in. Richie in refugee camps in ide- pecans. It's more accurate to say ID becomes within their home country and some of them try to instill are trying to move to Europe into the European dream of going out of Iraq in the Kurdistan region. But the thing was that after the attacks took place between August third and August fifteen formally they took place in those two weeks, but the people were stranded on the mountain and besieged by militants for two or three weeks afterwards. I mean until the end of August they were released from the mountain by the Syrian Kurdish groups the yet gay yet Fischer PKK all these militias from Syria and Turkey, and we're brought back to rocket Kurdistan through Syrian territory. So it started as a siege on the mountain safety. Why weather brought back to Iraq? I believe that everyone thought that it was safety. But I think we are you know, for years have passed. More than four years of passan's summer of the horrible summer of two thousand fourteen in steel, we see that most of these these are stealing the same the exact same condition and remaining.
"national movement" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Deficit is one the georgian strikes for the earthquakes now three two but san jose is right back in it and i don't know what they're putting in the water here at stanford stadium every year but we get great games you're in you're out and that is just great move i thought he led jao pedro back in the play and he takes on michael siani one on one puts it on his outside right foot and then makes yadi giving david bingham no chance you think it's defender has protected that near post a true true finishes goal and like we talked about his actually what the earthquakes needed four great goal if you're going on the attack once again to magnus magnusson top of the arc is tripped up why is it back to falko they'll play advantage blocker goes back out the right wing off the right elbow nick lima homegrown working in oncall turns shoots it's deflected and then kitchen turns and clears awkward back at the center line right in the circle handles it for san jose quickly goes back out onto the right wing far touchline that lima call comes in with a stick in the leg to knock it out of play it's another throw in percent jose quickly youngberg back out lied to leyba leyva from the outside in back outside young birth lima birthdates it back again watches looking for this ball back to daddy daddy who sit in the eighteen working towards the left elbow goosen trying to go around pontius gets tripped up and loses he'll sell it down finally goes jameson i have nothing to move about that's absolutely great depressive chris pontius there who had one on one in the box and his defensive movements kept pushing hosts an out and out and he gets the ball great tackle and unfortunate you really felt the earthquakes with the ball at hosts and feed in the box we're going to create something special again so lets it fly from the point of the foul this is going to be a long ball and for pontius partido not tobacco jamison picks up out of play so much more energy from the earthquakes point talked about needed to seize that momentum and they have throwing gets back and then coming in and take it away as part thiede looks like joel patriot got shaken up on the play falko to the center circle who sent back to young connects the chain to the outside magnus he's got lima on the overlap magnus on the attack the sweden traffic is stopped walked out for a corner for santo saying some action efforts sorry excellent and stuff there erickson and for the first time i've seen all season flooring young worth making a sixty yard sprint into the box takes it around being such a great touching so much credit to the french defender michael siani who recovers on the other side of being of just tackles times it perfectly and prevents this game for being three three magnus getting set on the corner three to la wando tangoing skill vic we'll push in shelby magnus ole liner knocked out uber rich now you're comes the galaxy on the counter attack moving forward for james simba leva steps into blasted out of play off the led's for the galaxy they are going to take their time here on this throwing try to recover get into the locker room because there's going to be needed tactical adjustments the four to three one is not working right now for the exception of a couple of set pieces yours quakes been clearly the better team scoreboard does not say that however as the galaxy lead three two and we've got a man shaking up out there for san jose looks like nick lima but you took a shot to the shin my expert medical opinion just signed a new contract nick standard keeping him around the great great piece of work from the earthquakes.
"national movement" Discussed on KOMO
"The pressure they're calling for more marches and more rallies to denounce the trump administration zero tolerance immigration policy komo's lee stole is near the federal detention center in seatac hundred undocumented immigrants are being held here right now and most of them are women were separated from their children and families before being brought up to seattle by immigration enforcement officials congresswoman familiar paul met with several of the detainees earlier this month she is co the bill with congresswoman susan dell benny called the keep families together act it was announced ahead of an interfaith vigil held last night and will be introduced today we do continue to see large crowds at all of these events about three hundred people came out for that vigil last night a provincial is planned for thursday at saint marks on capitol hill ending saint james downtown rally follows on friday on the peninsula in port ludlow next saturday june thirtieth rallies are planned across the country for the movement families belonged together there will be one at heritage park that is in olympia to coincide with that national movement eight thirty three attorneys for the family of charleena lyles say seattle police officers jason anderson lied about where he was when he shot her to death a year ago anderson claimed he was inside the apartment in a confined space with the door closed behind him when lyles came out him with a knife but the family claims in a new legal filing that video proves anderson was actually out in the hallway and that the door was open when the shots were fired attorneys have filed a motion asking a judge to refer the case to prosecutors for possible perjury charges against the officer yesterday we told you about a semi that slammed into the side of a home in edmond small today police are trying to figure out why it happens that semi with no driver inside crashed into the house on olympic avenue on monday afternoon karen cooper and her five grandchildren were home at the time and they say they saw that trump coming and i was worried about the driver i thought he was dead because i couldn't see them and then these construction workers came running down the street and send there's no drivers there's no driver no one was hurt edmonds police say that the truck belongs to a private company that was working about a block away the cooper family is now saying with some family friends until that home is deemed safe enough to return that's komo's kelly koopman city of bellevue planning a driverless shuttle that could be operation on sometime this fall bellevue chamber of commerce behind the idea to launch a test loop of the selfdriving vans.
Brooklyn Bridge, San Francisco and Golden Gate Bridge discussed on KTAR
"An orange wave across the country this weekend to raise awareness and honor victims of gun violence in new york city a swarm of protesters marching over the brooklyn bridge for the youth over guns rally part of where orange weekend a national movement supporting gun violence prevention in san francisco a massive march over the golden gate bridge we wear orange because we are tired of our kids hiding in closets in school lockdown drills preparing.
England, Worcester and Kingston discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Of new england wbz news time four eighteen fifty four degrees cloudy skies in boston top stories now detectives are investigating worcester's first homicide of the year police say seventeen year old boy was shot on holland road overnight two men are arrested for gun possession in dorchester officers in the youth violence strike force found a semi automatic gun and two revolvers in two cars divers have recovered the body of a forty seven year old man reported missing in country pond in kingston new hampshire a dive team resumed the search this morning and the victim's body was recovered just before nine am about fifty yards from shore wbz news time four nineteen reactions and lack thereof in the wake of the irish landslide vote to overturn and abortion ban abc's megan williams tells us how pope francis is handling the move by the largely catholic nation's pope sunday angelus address from saint peter's square the pope failed to mention the irish referendum result overwhelmingly in favor of repealing the band with the referendum result irish archbishops acknowledged on sunday that the catholic church and the country no longer hold sway over the population well conservative catholics who oppose abortion have expressed disappointment in the pope's silence that can observers say the silence is more evidence the pope wants to steer clear of getting involved in catholic culture wars focusing on abortion or same sex marriage in other countries mega millions abc news rome flagged garden started here in massachusetts and now they've become a national movement the solemn display of tens of thousands of american flags first appeared on boston common from memorial day a decade ago the flags honor service members who have died defending the nation now flag gardens can be seen this weekend in texas louisiana ohio and new york the concept even spread to canada with thousands of canadian flags are planted in toronto on remembrance day in november when canada honors its military members who've.
Army Special Forces Secretly Help Saudis Combat Threat From Yemen Rebels
"The worst in modern us history and the marjory stoneman douglas high school massacre in florida which sparked a national movement of students protesting for gun control laws last year trump became the first us president since ronald reagan to address the nra and the arabian peninsula us army green berets secretly deployed to yemen last december and are helping the saudi led coalition seek out and destroy ballistic missiles by the rebels that's according to an expose on the front page of the new york times today which reports the operation contradicts pentagon claims the us is limiting its involvement in yemen to refueling logistics and intelligence sharing with saudi arabia and its allies more than fifteen thousand yemenis have been killed since the saudi led coalition intervened and yemen in march two thousand fifteen us back saudi led airstrikes has devastated yemen's health water and sanitation systems spark a massive cholera outbreak it's believed more than a million yemenis have cholera and pushing millions to the brink of starvation in syria antigovernment rebels evacuated areas pumps province in a russian broker deal that will grant them safe passage to another rebelheld part of syria the surrender came amidst a withering assault by syrian forces in the gaza strip israeli forces opened fire with tear gas and live bullets today as palestinians continued mass protests against israel's occupation haaretz newspaper reports at least three people were injured by live fire the latest crackdown came after a palestinian teen shot by an israeli sniper on april twentyseventh died from his wounds on thursday medic say nineteen year old a nasa boo officer is the forty ninth palestinian killed by his really fire since mass protests began at the end of march at least two journalists are among the dead more than a thousand protesters have been injured palestinian medics told aljazeera at least twenty four people have had their limbs amputated after they were hit by a new kind of munition so called butterfly bullets which explode on impact shattering bones and shredding internal organs the.
5 hidden features of Windows 10 April 2018 Update
"It pushes out profiles and things down to that machine or settings specific to that particular user and so if you are also creating what we call resources like a foul share such as a folder that has data in in there is easier to manage who can have access to that folder when a domain than just simply haven't bunch of computers connected together so anyway all right we're gonna talk for a while now on windows updates this is the topic we haven't talked about it in a while used to spend quite a bit of time talking about updates and we're gonna talk about microsoft's what's going on windows ten they had a new release getting ready to come out in april at the end of april april thirtieth and this is going to be there spring creators update that's coming out they are kind of officially referring to it now is update eighteen of three but the spring creators update so microsoft is putting out basically two major updates and they refer to as feature updates a year now and these updates the way they're trying to approach this is that instead of having like one big update you're going from windows ninety five to windows ninety eight and windows xp and so on and those happening every couple of years they are they are doing these kind of in the little baby steps and twice a year they're coming out with the these feature updates now this is different than the updates that come out the second tuesday of the month called patch tuesday this is basically of a almost a full version of windows is being pushed down to you and so i wanted to spend some time talking about what these creator updates are all about how you get them some things you need to be careful of when it comes to this and i want to also talk to you a little bit about the version of windows that you're using with his home or pro enterprise and so forth and how these updates will affect you so let's take a quick break on the big talker w a and we'll be right back after these messages there's more computer solutions with jimmy melles coming up next on the big talker twelve fifty tma began with five words if not me then who the travis manion foundation has taken those five words and grown them into a national movement the travis manion foundation is dedicated to assisting our nation's veterans families of the fallen and the next generation of young leaders it's about remembering the sacrifices of all the men and women was given their lives.
"national movement" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Six snowy saturday morning looks like winter out there not for long no high today around forty eight sixty five and sunny tomorrow sixty seven on monday looks like sixties all week long so we can make it and there are no wimps in the fight to protect our god given natural rights our constitutionally protected god given natural rights so no excuses to not get ready for the rally for our rights in boulder today at one o'clock in boulder central park we'll be talking more about that as the show goes on including one of the rally sponsors who will join us in the eight o'clock hour john caldera's gonna join us here in about forty five minutes to talk about his ongoing fight and what he is exposing about media bias in colorado public broadcasting so that should be pretty fascinating and then there is a national movement going on a walkout happening in support of the second amendment that's on may second and we're gonna talk with jenny beth martin from tea party patriots about why that organization now on two million plus i believe strong has gotten so strongly behind this young man will riley who we had on the show week or two ago to talk about this movement that he this is not george soros this is not the democrat machine this is not the radicals that are in control of the democrat party and they're well funded well organized machine motivating well intentioned but uninformed young people this is a thinker this is a leader this is a young man who will probably be a senator or a congressman may be a president someday and these young people but i am seeing coming up who are understanding the difference between living under government control and defending and promoting individual liberty those people are going to be the leaders of tomorrow we are seeing the results of the sixties the radical sixties the radical crazies that have put themselves into positions of power unfortunately the republican party has been infested with progressive thinkers but the numbers of the.
Donald Trump Signs Spending Bill After Threatening to Veto It
"Flag goes up that a person is a danger to themselves or others give the person involved in front of a judge so that the judge can decide are they a risk if they have possession of a gun senator marco rubio says this isn't just about taking away guns but also to prevent them from buying others that could put people's lives in danger florida pass such a law following the school shooting in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington school shooting in florida sparked a national movement that culminated today with hundreds of thousands marching in cities across the us and around the world to end gun violence france mourning the death of a courageous police officer who's offered himself up to an islamic extremist gunman exchange for a hostage during an attack on a supermarket lieutenant colonel no tron a forty four year old gendarme died from his injuries after the moroccanborn attackers shot him a total of four people have died in that terror attack friday president trump says he was forced to sign a huge spending bill over his serious objections even though he was unhappy with a lot of things in the spending measure the president went ahead and signed it into law mainly because of increases for the military but he said things will be different going forward i say to congress i will never signed another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again one source of deep disappointment is only one point six billion dollars toward border security far short of what the president wanted to build as promised wall greg clugston the white house thousands of croatian farright supporters marched today in downtown zagreb to protest and international convention they say directly indirectly lease license gay.
Pick Up Truck Chase Near Seattle, Driver in Custody
"Could be police chase after this dark pickup trucks speeding south from seattle cut off a semi truck on one sixty seven and then go right by school buses and kids then a dead end the pickup truck is stuck in a cul de sac it takes sharp left and his tboned by police officer the driver continues to hit the gas and despite officer surrounding him he manages to push free and he takes off again just three minutes later though as he's speeding away officers hit him and surround him ramming him multiple times and pushing him off the road to bring him to a standstill on the shoulder chase started because police thought he was a suspect in the shooting at an aurora motel he is now in custody we're learning that a man shot and killed at a tree house in pierce county yesterday was murdered over a motorcycle the pierce county prosecutor says the suspect is being charged with murder and assault with bail set at two million dollars unfortunately we keep seeing these cases where trivial disputes escalate into serious violence seattle area students are expected to take part in a national movement tomorrow they're walking out to protest gun violence at schools alan kelly a alec kelly a senior at mount sinai high school says it's about more than honoring the people killed in the most recent shooting we would be able to walk outside and standing seventeen minutes and remembrance of those data parklands but if we really want to remember the students who died due to gun violence in schools we would be out there the rest of the day the walkout is scheduled to start at ten o'clock a look at your forecast now we'll have rain overnight tonight and into early tomorrow morning a little bit cooler tomorrow as well to start out in the low forties and many spots highs only in the.
In PA special election, GOP candidate struggles with campaign basics
"Two police officers following a traffic accident killing one of them and they yard fill california folks are mourning the loss of three workers in a va home who were killed last night by a former patient who then took his own life there was no sign of life inside and the only question was was at two or three haass's dead with the gunman unfortunately one of those women that was murdered here are was also pregnant fox's adam housley the gunman is identified as albert wong he'd been treated at that facility for post traumatic stress disorder president trump tweeted about the tragedy saying we are deeply saddened by the tragic situation in yard fill and mourn the loss of three incredible women who cared for veterans meanwhile the national rifle association's going to court against florida this after governor rick scott sign new gun laws which raises the purchase age for a firearm to twenty one in a statement announcing its federal lawsuit the nra said florida's ban in his affront to the second amendment does it totally vis rates the right of lawabiding adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty one to keep and bear arms fox's garrick county all this follows last month high school shooting in parkland which claimed seventeen lives and touched off a national movement by students to toughen gun laws president trump on his way to south western pennsylvania to campaign for the gop candidate in next week's special election in the eighteen th congressional district fox is molly line is there a lot of those make america great hats are out uh these are clearly a lot of pro trump supporters and many of them also supporting his choice for this congressional seat the race pitch republican rexecode against democrat qatar land paul's point to a tight race this is fox news.
"national movement" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fair the time it took you to get out here one in like the bitch willoughby some other poor girls probably out there being butchered right now but i'm glad you get your priorities straight i'll say that free so the problems with the film revolve almost entirely around race which is used as a plot device rather than discussed in any kind of nuanced way and she's there of course with woody harrelson you feel it's a flawed film but lots of people love this film you think they just missed the flaws with that central theme of race i think it's a weird sort of countered this tokia uh and and it's kind of this generic world that feels like a set where things can happen in that way it's deeply performance of and people respond to that and let's talk about race rebecca it's been two years since the oscar so white movement started by april rain on twitter turned into a national movement and turn the award show conversation to the representation of people of color we are in this incredible black panther moment but that's not in contention until next year so how are we doing this year not great i would say during peel is only the fifth black person to be nominated for best director and the ninety year history of the oscars for out and ablock director has never won well but he should he really should and it should also win best picture oh no no no no no no no no i antisomething that's not my experience not at all the armitage's are so good to us i have to say that betty gabriel was totally robbed of nomination she was so brilliant in the supporting role of of.
"national movement" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is determined to prevail and to prevail by any means necessary but i always point out to my students that the insurgency that it now engulfed syria started with a national movement of peaceful protests not initially demanding the overthrow of the assad regime but demanding reform and the reason that the protest devolved into a violent conflict is entirely due to the response of the sad regime to those protests which was to repress them to kill unarmed protestors to unleash violence against communities across syria that was the beginning of the cycle that has led us where we are today and that's what makes shadow assad complicit as the architect of the civil war that syria's now experiencing and of many of the horrors that syrian civilians have had to bear and it's why i think there is such an extraordinary global demand for accountability for best shot i thought that he must be held responsible for the conduct of his government in the course of a war that has seen half a million people killed and more than eleven twelve million people displaced from their homes so i make clear our i tried to make clear what i think his motives are but i also try to make clear that he is conducting this campaign in a way that is completely outside the boundaries of international law international human rights law um and that there needs to be some way of holding him accountable for his conduct and finally can you explain why vladimir putin in russia such a close ally to syria and president assad well i think there's a number of reasons uh uh in my view uh there is a longstanding strategic relationship between russia between first the soviet union and syria and now russia and syria which uh president putin views as important for projecting russian force uh beyond its its borders into the into the broader mediterranean area i think there is on the part of the russian leadership a concern about the rise of islamist extremism in syria and the possibility for spill over into russia and importantly i think there's a s an opportunity in syria as putin sees it to demonstrate russia's standing as a global power to demonstrate the russia can act in support of its allies in ways that it perceives the us has not done so and to thwart and contain us efforts to um to act as.
"national movement" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"Warned of a one st reality forming and that concept that phrase has been used a fair amount an obviously his idea of a one st reality was not a positive one is there any one state positive solution where everyone's a citizen i i do know is that any way you would want it does does does it work in america you have people of different ethnicities and they will the citizens of one country i say that somewhat facetious late it is clearly not an outcome that the vast majority of israelis want for the dynamic on the palestinian side is different bought one should also acknowledge that the palestinian national movement wants an independent state dozen will to share one st with the israelis you look at the polling and more palestinians especially young palestinians are saying the once von state with equality is not just the back for many of them it's actually the preferred option you don't go overnight from two states to one staked the direction of travel is that two states is becoming impossible hasn't the majority of polling among israelis elway's dan that the vast majority people would like to state still even if the leadership has moved in a different direction or is that so much it's very wobbly because once you dig into the details the dozen come close to what is necessary it doesn't mean it be done as as i said the very beginning what has been done can be undone.
"national movement" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Becomes a national movement which he couldn't even effectively i don't think could lead so now the president i teach brings it up in a way i wish he didn't but he they pick up a flag is much more than a piece of propaganda or a symbol it's a legitimate thing that brings us back to thirteen colonies in the fifty states it's a unifying things from g for jenna in tennessee and brian in new york it's not propaganda you she have tremendous prion in flag you're an american even though we're not a perfect country for jennifer appreciate your point of view got to take a break in net coming up next please listen because that man you just heard from brandon tatum you just heard a recording he's going to join us live he's going to tell us from the african american perspective law enforcement does things right or still has a ways to go this is atlanta's 24hour news weather and traffic news 955 and am 750 w s b atlanta's news starts now it's 130 unfairly o'brien vare than the novelists pretty 24hour news our top story this hour the man hunt is underway for the guy who use the car to hit and killed another man in a parking lot of a moral home depot on friday clayton county police say the victim died after a possible rob very by hanging onto the moving car aired by being run over police are looking for a toyota avalon big help is on the way to help build georgia powers money troubled nuclear plant vocal the us energy department friday dr of initial approval to three point seven billion dollars in of shlomo loan guarantees they'll help cover more costoverruns.
"national movement" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"So really what the tips i'm no i'm sorry throughout this really populist question here but say that i was to form an a national movement and result of on and since i occasionally bull really would you say is the key to success and actually you can write the manual for the palestinian national movement short a judge i mean when we we touched upon at a during this conversation but they're real wanna gets a sort of a bottom line look really what are the bare essentials for success yeah national move and i think you could read my book either way you could look at it as a guidebook for being a successful movement or as a guidebook for a state trying to find a success movement and i would say it extends beyond a national moment look at black lives matter movement today or look at civil rights movement i could still have advice for them and here's what i would say you want to have a hegemonic movement what i mean by that is you want to unite behind a single organization because that gives you a cohesive strategy a clear message and a greater likelihood of victory the challenges even though as individuals will often make sacrifices for the greater good organizations almost never do that organisations were some of the most selfish entities out there because they are designed to make money in the case of businesses or win votes and political power in the case of political parties in so even though people know this i'm not necessarily bring us on people don't know it when i go interview people parties movements they know that they need to have a single organization the problem is they want their organization to be that single organization so what you would have to do is either look in say my organizations the strongest not to get everyone to fall in line behind me whether convincing them were fighting them.