35 Burst results for "New Haven"
Biden hopes al-Qaida strike brings comfort to 9/11 victims
"President Biden says a weekend drone strike in Afghanistan killed Al-Qaeda's leader in his words delivering justice to a key 9 11 planner Aim and all zawari was Osama bin Laden's top deputy and took over Al-Qaeda in 2011 after navy seals killed bin Laden in Pakistan 11 years later this terrorist leader is no more The president says U.S. intelligence tracked all zawari to Kabul where he was hiding with his family sources say a CIA strike killed him there Sunday He will never again never again Allow Afghanistan to become a terrorist safe haven because he is gone and we're going to make sure that nothing else happens The president says he hopes also Ari's killing brings one more closure to families of 9 11 victims Sagar Meghani Washington
Disney Used to Be a Safe Haven for Families...
"My goodness, look at Disney. I grew up watching Disney films. Disney made billions of dollars being a safe haven for families. Disney was always the safe choice where moms and dads could be making dinner, turn on a Disney film and you don't have to be policing everything that's on TV because you know that they were good values and morals and clean content there. Disney has taken a sharp turn from a safe haven for families to now put forward content that is so reprehensible, where they are saying that 50% of their characters by the end of this calendar year are going to be gay bisexual or transgender and that almost every single one of their movies is going to have a gay kissing scene for 5, 6 and 7 year olds to see. They are now saying that, and then they come out against the Florida voting law, which is like the most boring law ever, by the way, saying that parents should know what their children are being taught and that sex education has no place for a four or 5 or 6 year old. Nowhere in that law didn't say don't say gay. Yeah, they made it up. It's a complete fabrication. And so then Disney comes in and says, this is one of the worst acts against trans people ever. It was just a lie. It's a complete and total fabrication. Well, Disney stock is down 25% in the last 60 days, which gives me great comfort.
Report: Uber lobbied, used 'stealth' tech to block scrutiny
"A new report shows Uber lobbied and used stealth tech practices to block scrutiny As Uber aggressively pushed into world markets the ride sharing service lobbied political leaders to relax labor and taxi laws used a kill switch to thwart regulators and law enforcement channeled money through Bermuda and other tax havens and considered portraying violence against its drivers as a way to gain public sympathy That's according to a report from the international consortium of investigative journalists which scoured internal Uber texts emails invoices and other documents looking into the company In a written statement Uber acknowledged mistakes in the past and said the CEO hired in 2017 had been tasked with transforming every aspect of how Uber operates and that 90% of current employees joined after that I'm Julie Walker
Highland Park shooting scene reopened
"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider
Memphis Progressives Feud With President Trump
"I mean, they're complaining about everything. You had the progressive city council in Memphis, and they said, no security for Donald Trump. We're not going to be providing any police, and you know what that's okay. I think Memphis police would have done a great job, but they weren't even asked to. The south haven police department. They kick butt. I mean, they had it all, I mean, it was pretty impressive. The security setup they had. But the city council said we don't want him here. They said, we would provide, as a matter of fact, I called him out on it. Some guy named JB smiley, but he's always got a frown on this. I'm about to say it's not a very fitting name. And some guy named martavius, what's his face? Nobody cares about his last name. He's a loser. So anyway, you got these two black city council, guys. And they're bashing Trump saying we don't want to provide him security. And so I called him out, grace baker, on social media. And I said, well, okay, fine. What about Obama? Well, of course we would provide security for Obama. If Obama came to town. I'd say so it's about race. All right, I just want to make sure we're all on the record there. I'm pretty sure it was all crickets after that.
President Trump Alludes to Running for Office at Weekend Rallies
"Trump came to the mid south and just had a great time. I was so proud of our audience, Kwan, the mighty 9 90, and many of you came by to say hello, hundreds, hundreds of our listeners came by. It was a sold out crowd, by the way. I was talking to the organizers. The local media in Memphis, there are a bunch of woke leftists, and they were talking about how, oh, they're hardly any people here, and they were taking photos of the empty seats. Well, yeah, because it was early in the morning. But by the time Trump showed up, the plants, the place was packed to the rafters, and it was a great, great event. And I am curious because the president on Friday was in Nashville, speaking at the road to the majority conference, which by the way, I had a chance to speak at was great crowd there, met a lot of our a lot of our listeners in Nashville. And really all across America at that rally, and I'll get to that. Again, it's a busy weekend, folks. But anyway, a Trump at that rally in Nashville and then Trump again in south haven, Mississippi. Told people hinted very strongly that he's going to be running for reelection. And the crowd went nuts. And I was very impressed with the enthusiasm of the people in that auditorium in that arena in south haven, Mississippi. Because to the person they all want this, they all went Donald Trump to run again. I mean, it's almost as if he is already running for The White House.
Trump's Truth Central Ban Users for Jan. 6 Posts
"And then tweet central. Yes. Is now suspending people's accounts that were posting about the January 60s hearing, which I find amusing since the word truth is in its title. It's supposed to be a free speech home. Yeah, haven for free speech. But in terms of service are similar to twitters in the sense that they can just cut you off whenever they want. And they will. And they will it's the truth. From the dare post the truth about what happened on January 6th, 2020. I mean, haven't forbid Trump see something that blows a hole in his fantasy world that he's created for himself.
"new haven" Discussed on Art Beauty
"And boy does she have a story to share with us today, especially if you're somebody who deals with problematic skin, you're gonna want to tune into this. Daisy, thank you so much for being on the show today. Thank you so much, amber. I am so excited that I'm able to make it here today. Yeah, so you're right now on a road trip? Yeah, like randomly. Really random, like my parents wanted to visit my brother, so we're driving from D.C. to New Haven, Connecticut. Oh. Okay. I was like, but we need to stop. 'cause I need to do this podcast. So, yeah. That's like somewhere to stop..
"new haven" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"View the Kremlin can certainly live with at least for now Protests are breaking out in Jerusalem Officials at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound say Israeli police entered during morning prayer firing tear gas and stun grenades injuring more than 150 people Police say Palestinians through stones and fireworks The holy site is revered by Muslims and Jews as Ramadan and Passover coincide this year It's NPR It's WNYC at 8 32 good Friday morning 56 in sunny to date sunny and 68 alternate side parking suspended through Saturday parking meters still pay those delays this morning on the metro north New Haven line In the news the man accused in this week's Brooklyn subway attack has been ordered held without bail in a federal terrorism charge with prosecutors saying he terrified the entire city Frank R James appeared yesterday in federal court a day after his arrest in Tuesday's attack that left ten people shot authorities say the 62 year old unleashed smoke bombs and dozens of bullets his lawyer is cautioning against a rush to judgment She asked for him to receive psychiatric attention in jail COVID cases are on the rise once again but pandemic meal delivery New York City for seniors is coming to an end doubled NYC's Jacqueline Jeffrey walensky reports Shirley wolff a lifelong Brooklyn resident loves all the food she gets from the city Well almost all the food I like everything I really like it I don't really like the vegetables But those renewal deliveries will stop this summer It's a change that affects about 8000 older New Yorkers who are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 The city says that some of the seniors will be switched over to a non pandemic meals on peels program The rest will be rerouted to communal mules at senior centers which are now open at a 100% capacity with no vaccination requirement The city council is asking for an additional $30 million in the budget to feed hungry seniors The garden state is about to get a little grainer New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has just announced recreational marijuana sales will begin April 21st that's next Thursday marking a significant win for legalization advocates and pot enthusiasts Progress toward retail sales of marijuana products has been slow going since November 2020 That's when voters overwhelmingly approved legalization in New Jersey Neighboring New York has just more than 50 licenses for hemp farmers to start growing marijuana for the state's upcoming adult recreation of market Those have just been approved Your forecast now on this Friday good Friday signing with a high near 68 of 50 50 chance of afternoon.
Jersey freezing Abramovich-linked assets
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Please Support International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
"And in the final week of that campaign, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us, came to our network, and they said, we have an opportunity to bring planes of supplies, fly them into Ukraine, and when we empty the plains, we can get Ukrainian refugees out of Ukraine. And we can take them to the safe haven of Israel. Now, we've never done back to back like this before, and I will share with you I was very skeptical and worried. I get it. I understand people getting mad at me and you say, oh, Mike, you fundraised a lot. You know, a lot of years ago, my late wife, once said to me, hey Gallagher, with that big mouth in that platform you've got, why don't you take your show and do some good for people? And so Gallagher's heroes, the fallen officer fund was born. It's just an opportunity to do some good for other people, whether it's the families of fallen police officers, starving children, the children of prisoners, like we do a campaign every Christmas time through prison fellowship and boy, are they doing incredible work? They've got these academies I can't wait to tell you about. Anyway, when the international fellowship of and I know about this organization, I've seen Yale eckstein on TV. She's a force of nature. This is a wonderful organization and they were really anxious to get the word out and they knew they could do it here. And I said, all right, I mean, I want to help the people of Ukraine badly. How can I turn down being the catalyst to have kind loving listeners from all over the country donate to the campaign to get Ukrainians out of Ukraine and into Israel,
Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck
"Talk to us about the technicalities I understand there's been some redistricting in Tennessee. Has that hurt you? What is the reality? When I see these maps, this gerrymandering, it looks like insanity with crayons talk to us about the situation in Tennessee. So redistricting in my race actually is a major major help to us because it was a Democrat see for over a hundred years and now because of the growth of Tennessee and the growth of middle Tennessee specifically, which has been largely in exodus of conservatives from other states. It became a very conservative seat now. So it went from a plus 17 Democrat seat to now I think 5 38 has that a plus 16 Republican seat. And so definitely to our advantage now and has been a really great thing. And I think it speaks to the fact that Tennessee like Florida has become sort of a safe haven for conservatives to flee these blue states and defined a place to live with their values and among their people because you know I actually had a conversation with this about somebody the other day and it was what is a Tennessee and I said, well, certainly not just being born here. It's about what you want. It's about your values, what you believe in. Do you truly stand behind freedom or not? And you could look at somebody like Jim Cooper, our previous representative who's retiring, who's just an awful Democrat. And you could say, oh, so, you know, he's Tennessee, but the truth is, he doesn't actually stand for Tennessee values. And I do. So I may have been here a shorter period of time, but I'm actually in touch with the people here.
NATO Won’t Establish No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine
"Now back to the political situation at hand with all of this going on. I mean, we're not willing right now to enforce the airspace situation. And NATO made that call and we're not going to differ in any way from that. But it just tells you, you know, Ukraine is really, really out there on its own. And we don't want to be in a situation in the future where we ever feel, not that we would. I mean, we're still the United States of America, but you get some big players there. You get China. Which will soon rival us in terms of the overall size of its economy. You've got Russia. I still believe that the U.S. is the safe haven in the world, and we can talk about investing in a second because it is U.S. treasuries. It is gold. It is the U.S. dollar. It is still U.S. equities that people want to be in in a time like this. Nonetheless, nonetheless, look, the United States of America long-term is increasingly in a vulnerable position and not just long-term. I mean, I would argue even in the short term, given what we are seeing. It's one of the reasons why we really need to be very, very focused. And if Joe Biden knew what was good for him, if he knew, he actually would be smarter about this in the here and now in terms of establishing the right alliances for our western hemisphere to help protect the U.S. going forward.
Justice Dept. signals it may allow safe injection sites
"The the the the justice justice justice justice department department department department signals signals signals signals it it it it may may may may allow allow allow allow safe safe safe safe injection injection injection injection sites sites sites sites for for for for people people people people to to to to use use use use heroin heroin heroin heroin and and and and other other other other narcotics narcotics narcotics narcotics with with with with protections protections protections protections against against against against fatal fatal fatal fatal overdoses overdoses overdoses overdoses the the the the department's department's department's department's stance stance stance stance comes comes comes comes a a a a year year year year after after after after federal federal federal federal prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors won won won won a a a a major major major major court court court court ruling ruling ruling ruling that that that that bound bound bound bound the the the the safe safe safe safe havens havens havens havens for for for for people people people people to to to to use use use use the the the the drugs drugs drugs drugs would would would would violate violate violate violate federal federal federal federal law law law law the the the the DOJ DOJ DOJ DOJ tells tells tells tells the the the the Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press is is is is talking talking talking talking to to to to regulators regulators regulators regulators about about about about appropriate appropriate appropriate appropriate guardrails guardrails guardrails guardrails for for for for the the the the sites sites sites sites the the the the first first first first officially officially officially officially authorized authorized authorized authorized safe safe safe safe injection injection injection injection sites sites sites sites opened opened opened opened in in in in New New New New York York York York City City City City in in in in November November November November advocates advocates advocates advocates hailed hailed hailed hailed them them them them as as as as a a a a way way way way to to to to curb curb curb curb the the the the scourge scourge scourge scourge of of of of overdose overdose overdose overdose deaths deaths deaths deaths critics critics critics critics argue argue argue argue they they they they encourage encourage encourage encourage illegal illegal illegal illegal drug drug drug drug use use use use and and and and burden burden burden burden neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker New New New New York York York York
William Federer Shares the Story of Yale's 8th President Timothy Dwight
"Tell us if you would the story of Timothy Dwight. Right. So the setting is we have a revolution and then France has a revolution. And our revolution was preceded by a great awakening revival. France's revolution was preceded by Voltaire, who mocked Christianity and had a very skeptical viewpoint and undermined morals. And so as a result, the French Revolution became very bloody. And so Timothy Dwight was the president of Yale during this time, and he wrote comments on the difference between our revolution and the French Revolution. In my post on Timothy, why did I go through a little history? Yale, it was founded in 1701. There were ten congregational ministers who sort of felt like Harvard was getting to religious and stodgy. They actually used a term called old lights versus the new lights. And the old life were the religiously strict orthodox, the guys that had their positions and they looked down upon emotional preachers like George whitfield and so forth. The university was originally called the Connecticut collegiate school at killingworth milford, but then they moved to 1716 to New Haven, Connecticut. So the college group, as a result of reverend Jeremiah drummer and he defended the colonial charters against overreaching British Parliament. So the Chargers were given, then you'd have different kings that would want to take away the old charter and consolidated and he would defend them. He secured 700 books for the college's library and solicited donations from many individuals, including the English playwright, Richard Steele, the scientist, Sir Isaac Newton, and he also got contributions from a merchant named elihu
Cancel Culture Is on a Tear With Conservatives Right Now
"I want to make sure you are fully engaged and fully informed about the latest examples of cancel culture direct TV canceling one America news network OAN might put OAN out of business. In fact, reporting suggests it will, who knows? Bon Gino's podcast canceled, a pro life group, gathering in a restaurant kicked out of the restaurant because the restaurant owner wants it to be a safe haven for pro abortion advocates and Mike lindell's bank canceling over a half a dozen of his accounts. Just because you got to be aware of all this and you got to be informed, you got to be engaged, and we've got to be willing to stand up and have each other's
As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst
"As as cove cove it it fuels fuels the the drug drug crisis crisis in in America America native native Americans Americans are are being being hit hit the the worst worst the the white white earth earth nation nation tribe tribe in in Minnesota Minnesota worked worked hard hard to to save save its its people people from from addiction addiction and and in in many many years years lost lost no no one one to to overdoses overdoses on on the the reservation reservation but but then then the the pandemic pandemic arrived arrived improved improved too too painful painful for for some some like like Rachel Rachel Taylor Taylor son son who who became became addicted addicted after after being being prescribed prescribed pain pain killers killers as as a a teen teen haven haven this this Hellebuyck Hellebuyck and and it it felt felt like like this this pandemic pandemic wasn't wasn't nothing nothing compared compared to to the the pandemic pandemic of of all all that that you you know know the the Dr Dr Linda Linda Fenton Fenton all all want want opioids opioids that that have have taken taken over over a a record record high high one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Americans Americans were were lost lost in in the the year year to to drug drug overdoses overdoses as as the the pandemic pandemic sent sent addiction addiction up up by by nearly nearly thirty thirty percent percent with with native native Americans Americans twelve twelve times times more more likely likely than than others others to to die die from from meth meth amphetamine amphetamine I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
3 voters from retirement haven charged with voting fraud
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting three three Florida Florida voters voters have have been been arrested arrested on on charges charges of of voting voting more more than than once once in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election the the arrests arrests of of three three residents residents of of the the villages villages a a retirement retirement community community in in Florida Florida came came weeks weeks after after Republican Republican governor governor Ron Ron DeSantis DeSantis vowed vowed to to crack crack down down on on election election crimes crimes sixty sixty three three year year old old J. J. kept kept sick sick was was arrested arrested last last week week Orlando Orlando TV TV station station WKMG WKMG citing citing court court documents documents reports reports he's he's accused accused of of voting voting by by mail mail in in Florida Florida while while also also casting casting an an absentee absentee ballot ballot in in Michigan Michigan seventy seventy one one year year old old Joan Joan hall hall stead stead was was arrested arrested two two weeks weeks ago ago for for voting voting in in person person in in Florida Florida and and by by absentee absentee ballot ballot in in New New York York sixty sixty one one year year old old John John Ryder Ryder was was arrested arrested at at the the beginning beginning of of the the month month but but there's there's no no online online docket docket yet yet in in his his case case online online records records show show capsicum capsicum halls halls that that are are registered registered Republicans Republicans writer writer has has no no party party affiliation affiliation hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
Supreme Court Seems Ready to Launch Social and Political Earthquakes
"Headlines on the row case yesterday. It's actually the dobbed case about row. From The Wall Street Journal, Supreme Court majority shows openness to Mississippi's precedent breaking abortion law. From The New York Times, Supreme Court appears open to upholding Mississippi abortion restriction from The Washington Post. Supreme Court seems inclined to uphold Mississippi abortion law that would undermine roe V wade. And from The Wall Street Journal editorial page, an abortions crossroad at the Supreme Court, this part of their editorial this morning. These columns have long supported the policy of legal abortion before viability albeit uneasily. As technology has revealed the development of the fetus. I don't agree with that, but they are libertarian leaning at The Wall Street Journal. I'm Catholic. I think it's wrong. I believe if you're pregnant, you have to have the baby and given the rise of safe haven laws across the United States. If you don't want the baby, go give the baby away. And it will be well taken care of my loving parents. The burden of pregnancy is simply not enough to justify ending that life. It is very inconvenient. It's very hard. It may lead to shame and cost and some sorrow and some risk to the mother. I know all that. But that life is life. And if you get to a doctor, the doctor will take care of you for free if necessary. Give you a prenatal care. And when the baby is born, you can give that baby away. There's no downside. None whatsoever. Safe haven laws. They came up a lot in the Supreme Court argument yesterday because they matter. The burden that used to be lifelong is no longer life long. The safe haven laws are in every state now. You can give away that baby. And it's up to the church, by the way, especially the Catholic Church in any church that has been pro life all these 50 plus years. It's up to us to step up and add even more resources and make them even more available to women having a crisis pregnancy. One they didn't plan on, one that they fear, one that may lead to abuse. And it's important for us to be there for them in a way that we haven't ever been before and perhaps it will unleash a flood of taking care of children in need and finding new adoption of possibilities and finding new parents and taking care of those moms. Crisis pregnancy centers, thank you all these years for waiting. Not over yet. But I think the day is coming when people are going to rush to you to help because they know for sure. It's the only alternative for moms and crisis.
NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses
"New New York York City City is is opening opening authorized authorized havens havens where where people people can can come come in in off off the the street street to to inject inject narcotics narcotics new new York's York's health health commissioner commissioner says says the the city's city's first first publicly publicly recognized recognized places places for for people people to to use use heroin heroin and and illegal illegal narcotics narcotics are are open open as as of of today today they're they're known known as as overdose overdose prevention prevention centers centers and and they'll they'll be be colocated colocated with with previously previously established established syringe syringe service service providers providers users users bring bring their their own own drugs drugs and and monitors monitors watch watch for for signs signs of of overdose overdose and and can can administer administer an an antidote antidote if if needed needed proponents proponents say say the the idea idea is is harm harm reduction reduction to to save save lives lives or or bring bring people people in in from from the the streets streets in in a a statement statement mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio who who leaves leaves office office at at the the end end of of December December says says he's he's proud proud to to show show cities cities in in this this country country that that after after decades decades of of failure failure a a smarter smarter approach approach as as possible possible in in New New York York City City over over two two thousand thousand people people died died of of overdoses overdoses last last year year researchers researchers have have estimated estimated the the proposal proposal could could prevent prevent a a hundred hundred and and thirty thirty deaths deaths a a year year and and save save the the city city millions millions of of dollars dollars opponents opponents see see the the sights sights as as a a moral moral failure failure federal federal law law bans bans operating operating a a place place for for narcotics narcotics use use last last month month prosecutors prosecutors won won their their legal legal challenge challenge against against the the Philadelphia Philadelphia group group that that was was fighting fighting to to open open a a similar similar site site I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
"new haven" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"We used to drive to New Haven, where they had A new stand that sold Italian newspapers and magazines and he would load up and so we open the magazine and there was an advertisement for inorganic brand of pasta and olive oil and tomatoes and things like that. So we called his father and said Goat in Italy. You have to write Who is the co packer? So we said, Go to the store and figure out where they make this product. So we had his father go. He bought a bottle of olive oil. He gave us the address. And we made up of facts and lied that we were food distributor and and that we wanted to sell the products. So you you send a fax to this company? And you say, Hey, we want to, uh, we want to distribute this in the U. S. And they were like Sure. Yeah, And they They said that they had just developed this brand called bio nature. And they were thrilled to sell in the United States. How much did you order our first order? I believe it was about $20,000. It was a 20. Ft container. Wow. How did you pay for it? Because you guys you would offer no money. My brother had saved a lot of money working as a bricklayer, and he was just Tired of his life, and I said, if you I have an idea if you loan me some money, you can have a third of the company. And eventually when we make enough money, I can hire you and you can.
"new haven" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New Haven. Police also say callers in the East Rock neighborhood in New Haven Started reporting gunshots at around 8 30 last night University staff right now in touch of John's family. No arrest has been made yet by officers. The investigation is active and ongoing despite an Internet blackout imposed to stifle protests and demonstrations. Massive crowds did not listen. They still took to the streets of Myanmar for a second day today to demonstrate and protest against a military coup. ABC is Julian McFarland has more from the foreign desk. Yeah. Tens of thousands of demonstrators continue to gather in Myanmar to demand an end to last week's military coup. They are the biggest protest in the country since the saffron revolution in 2007 that paved the way for democratic reforms after 40 years of military rule again, tens of thousands of people are rallying in Myanmar against last week's military coup and are spreading the news online. Now that Internet service has been restored. Keeps coach Britt Reid, son of head coach Andy Reid, is recovering from a serious multi vehicle accident that sent two young Children to the hospital, one with critical injuries. A B C's will revise in Tampa in a police report obtained by ESPN and officer could smell a moderate odor of alcoholic beverages emanating from Reed's person when he arrived at the scene after the crash, according to the warrant, the officer asked the coach if he had been drinking and read advised he had 2 to 3 drinks and said he was on Adderall after the officer questioned if he was on any prescription medication rate is also still in the hospital. Do you have the story? I've been doing traffic for 23 years. I have yet to see this. But we have been over Hi truck over a soldier's field Road. This truck driver actually turned their truck around. It is driving the wrong way without any assists against the whole traffic story with traffic on the three things that I've never seen this before, in my life would be.
"new haven" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Week, fooling multiple guards until finally he was recognized, captured and identified as a spy. He was immediately sentenced without trial to be hanged in the morning, a British officer who witnessed the execution reported Hale's last words. I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country. Today. Statues of Nathan Hale stand in the cities of New Haven, Hartford, Chicago and New York. But of course he isn't the only Patriot who gave all he had for freedom. And then I wished he could give more pages of American history are filled with the accounts of such patriots. And the story is still being written through the heroic acts of today's Patriots. Nathan Hale's dying words expressed what many of us feel that freedom is as precious as life itself. And the opportunity to defend those freedoms is an honor and a privilege, even if it is also a sacrifice. As we celebrate Independence Day, we pay tribute to the long line of Brave Patriots past and present. Who left the comforts of home volunteered in the face of danger. Preserved and protected our freedoms and added richness to the American story. We will never forget their sacrifice. Thank you for joining the Tabernacle Choir and orchestra at Temple Square for this Independence Day special. Originating from historic Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Please join us again for music and the spoken word. Until we meet again. May peace be with you this day and always Breaking news. Traffic weather Our news,.
"new haven" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"New haven road is scheduled to be shut down until the end of the month Intel ship cruise plan mid day closures of the westbound ninety four exit ramp it shook road nine AM to three PM today through Friday take a look at the forecast a muggy windy day today with scattered showers and a high of eighty seven official for severe storms late this afternoon and tonight the overnight low will drop to sixty sunny breezy and cooler tomorrow with a high seventy five sunny on Friday as well with the high once again in the mid seventies right now it's cloudy windy at seventy nine degrees hi John Bailey of the patriot FM one oh one point five AM fourteen hundred thousands of locally owned napa stores across the nation chances are that wherever you call home we do too so is America starts opening back up for business it is more of a start getting back out there again will be a big cities small towns and everywhere in between doing what we've always done to help keep our local communities moving forward so whether you stop by a napa auto parts store auto care center or visit us online you can count on napa know how Jay Farner here CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important when you turned a rocket mortgage we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so now is a great time to call eight three three eight rocket and if you need some extra money a cash out refinance could give you that financial boost you're looking for call today at eight three three eight rocket or rocket mortgage dot com to learn more call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty all right.
"new haven" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"But it's amazing in this day and age that we haven't figured out a better way and how they're just always scenes seems to be horns locking between those two groups at every every sport it's important to note that the vote to wasn't unanimous through a couple of clubs Carolina IN TAMPA BAY. Who DID NOT VOTE? Yes to the original proposal. I think Gary Bettman said it wasn't a perfect solution. There wasn't GonNa be any solution that everyone was one hundred percent in Andrea. Someone's GonNa poke holes in this just as they would have no matter what they did with this resolution of play. I think the NFL did a pretty good job of putting together a well thought out proposal for not only the resumption of play but also the draft. But it certainly you know you look at baseball and Nhl Only lost ten games of the regular season. Baseball hasn't played a single inning of regular season ball this year so this return is a lot bigger for them than it is for the GEL in terms of the overall like landscape of the game and it seems like they don't appear to be overly close either on in the they're not even close and it like every sport you wonder if we're GONNA have another lockout in the NHL. At some point in our lifetime or at some point in the next twenty years and most people who around the game would tell you? It's more probable than not. I just like to think that I mean you can't lose a full season ever again. It just can't happen ever again it at already. Eleven twelve or Twelve thirteen excuse me was horrible. That was terrible. You just can't let it happen integrity. The League if you have to go through four zero five like I. I actually think Baseba- is probably closer than anybody to losing a full season because those salaries are getting so outrageous. And you know that the sport isn't growing exponentially like the salaries are like they're gonNa hit a wall the NHL in four zero five at least was like you know what we do this once. We get the salary cap in place. Maybe it's GonNa keep us on an even keel for a little while you know for for what it's worth but baseball seems to be going that way and they don't seem to be close accurate. Oh Go ahead I was reading. It said you know. The proposed a revenue sharing thing similar. To what the NHL has in place and the PA immediately rejected. Say this salary cap and we won't agree to that. Yeah at some point at some point. You're going to have to have a salary gap like there is. It's just so awful illogical my opinion to not have the dodgers to fifty luxury tax is a joke. So here's here's my thoughts on his baseball thing and Zach bit more about it so I'll let you elaborate. I don't necessarily get into the weeds as much on the semantics but a lot of the players. Whatever the the newest structure that was put out by the ownership that that the players are having some problems with is that the highest paid players are basically have to take a seventy percent. Pay Reduction like a player who is making ten million has to make two point nine for the season whereas players who are making under a million. There's was cut in half or so they. You know the lowest was gonna be like two hundred or two hundred fifty thousand Around that rank. I can totally understand and there's been a big twitter. It's been very prevalent on. Twitter has been a lot of words flying around from both both sides from fans arguing about it. I can totally understand players needing to fight for their for their money. You know I hear it the in the NFL. I've heard that a very us. I'm sure it's it goes to every sport every locker. You don't talk about another man's money you don't count another man's money like you. Don't worry about what your team mates making worry about you. So I totally get that. If you're making ten million dollars and it goes to three. It's a big difference. I totally understand a player Fighting for that the guys who are making thirty five million being asked to go down to nine whatever it is I totally understand it. I also think that fans on social media and any sports talking had anything like that. Us on this podcast. Whoever as every right in the world to criticize the players for that to like that is a first world problem? You're in a time right now. Where people are losing their hourly jobs and can't afford their monthly rent anymore so I don't have much sympathy for a guy who's complaining about a seventy percent pay-cut from ten million to two to three million or from a guy who's who's GonNa Complain About Know Five fifty to fifty when that's the minimum i. If I were in the players position I get it again so but I have no problem with fans complaining that these guys won't play the game. They're making millions of dollars at the end of the day. They are in their in a better position than ninety nine point nine percent of people who are looking on so I see both sides but I think fans have every right to complain about about these baseball players complaint. I I'll fans are gonNA complain no matter what happened so it doesn't matter right. That's just what people who are emotionally invested. Do I think that from what I read in? The players already agreed. Essentially to fifty percent salary cut across the board essentially pro-rated deal so if they played eighty one games they would get fifty percent of their salary and so on and so forth.
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Change From the Yale Sustainable Food Program. This has been chewing the fat the episode notes. You'll find great list of covert nineteen resources compiled by the new haven food policy council. We also wanted to spotlight love fed and sanctuary kitchens efforts today. Lafayette is continuing. Its home farms campaign to empower new haven residents with their own garden beds to learn more about this initiative and love Fed more generally visit love. Fed newhaven dot org or follow them on Instagram at love. Fed and H V. Sanctuary kitchen is providing pickup and delivery meals during this pandemic for more information visit sanctuary kitchen dot org or follow them on Instagram at sanctuary kitchen. Ct City seed. It's parent organization has also organized preorder pickups at its farmers markets with additional benefits for snap recipients special. Thanks to Amna. Sally carrol buyer alka race but the Swamy Raven Blake and Samaya con for speaking with us. This episode was produced by Alexis Dinger. Amy Zhang Linlin Sasha's Amina Thomas Hagan and myself early mixing by Ryan mcevoy the broadcast studio music by Eddie Joe. Antonio and Luis Felice Artwork by Logan Howard program support by Jacqueline. No GERMY Oldfield. Mark Bomford season two weeks until then stay safe and be kind to one another..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Welcome to join the fact. The Yale sustainable food programs. Podcasts looks at people making change in the complex world of ood and agriculture. I'm your host Irwin. -Ly as physical distancing measures continue in the city of new haven. A number of food related organizations have expanded their work to serve people in the new Haven Food Policy Councils collaborative working group that advises the on local and regional food issues the other week it held its regular monthly meeting over zoom gathering. Many of the city's food activists nonprofit leaders and more. It was a powerful look at many efforts in calls to action happening across the ecosystem of Naven. These developments had is thinking about a story that one of our students amy. John have been working on earlier this year. She'd been looking at havens food. Landscape listening to organizations share why they wanted to create change on food related issues. What followed were amazing accounts of people each working in their own ways to center inclusion. I think these stories help explain. At least some of new haven's unique food work and why people care so much about supporting one. Another right now. Take a listen. And the city of new haven there is a robust ecosystem surrounding food centered community building. Grassroots organizations play diverse roles in using food and agriculture to bring people together and to strengthen the city in particular some nonprofit spring forth to bolster the inclusion of marginalized populations. I wanted to learn more. About how the city's vibrant urban context uniquely gives rise to in Sports. This kind of work Leeann has some really fierce advocates food system. Advocates housing advocate anti-racism organizers. There's really vibrant arts and culture community in not to say that any of these things surprised me but while I was a graduate student at Yale I wasn't as engaged in these things. I was focusing on international development in tropical resources while I was in graduate school so a lot of my focus was toward other places but now as a non student. I'm really thrilled to be part of this vibrant active small city. That was a swami. The city's director of food systems policy a position uncommon too many municipalities across the nation. This role is a direct product. The time and energy of new haven's food activists who wanted to put concerns related to the food system on the table of policymaking role within the city government gives her a high level perspective of different actors on the ground contribute to the local food landscape at large. There's a lot of unpaid advocacy. Were these issues and topics but there are several community gatherings such as dinners and events. I'm sure you've heard of for example sanctuary kitchen. There used to be events through the new haven food policy council in with local culinary experts and catering specialists. There's a lot of opportunity to also kind of like dig in the dirt together in like learn about how we grow and produce food. So there's the love fed initiative that is really active in working with youth than other people in the community. We have doing a mad. Trust newham farms which is now merged into a new organization and they do a lot of activities in their community gardens that are spread out throughout the city. There's a lot of community farm based wellness health programs in education their culinary programs in the senior centers. They're just a variety of ways. That community comes together around food and I am sure I am missing a million things. Food has the ability to drive economic development within the local refugee community people who resettled face unique challenges in adjusting to a new life and this includes finding a new job. The city is home to a resettlement agency called Integrated Refugee and immigrant services or Irish. For Short it was founded in nineteen eighty two a year nestled in the longtime period during which the US lead the world in terms of the number of refugees welcomed inside its borders and even though the national refugee admissions cap has now dropped to historic lows newhaven continues to welcome refugees and Iris continues to operate having resettled three hundred thirty people in twenty seventeen and one hundred twenty in two thousand eighteen. I spoke with Sumaya. Khan the founder of sanctuary kitchen. We run refugee. Emigrant lead cooking classes and supper clubs and other culinary events where we partner with other organizations and businesses that highlight the cultures and the stories of the refugees and immigrants that we work with. And actually how I'm GONNA joined back in two thousand seventeen. She was sponsored by Jay Carr the Jewish Community Alliance for Refugee Resettlement and they approached us and said on as an amazing Kirk and she wants to get involved. So ominous was in the first batch of chefs who hosted supper clubs where she prepared these beautiful Syrian dinners where in in the host and the guest would get together with Anna and eat her food together and she would share her story and get an they would get to know each other. So these events we do about three to four events a month and then last year we launched our catering social enterprise and that's when Carol joined with her expertise to really build out our catering program and this is an opportunity for refugee and immigrant chefs to actually have employment and get professional development training but the goal is to again provide regular employment with a livable wage and then provide training opportunities for the woman to gain the skills that they can get for gainful employment afterwards and for most of the women at this is our first like professional experience and for women in particular you know they face a lot more barriers to employment and then when you add in language and not having a community it becomes even more challenging. Urban Agriculture on the other hand has recently gained a surge of attention for its ability to tackle food insecurity with its community gardens and farms. This is especially pertinent in new haven as it is populated by low income residents and urban areas that lack easy access to affordable and fresh foods in response to this city seed a nonprofit that helps Maya launch thing. Trae kitchen regularly operates farmers markets that allow shoppers receiving snap benefits to get locally. Grown Healthy Produce Raven Blake who was born and raised in new haven. Is another food advocate. Who HOPES THAT? Urban Agriculture will help create an equitable food system in the city. She and her friend to Sean. Harris Co founded the love fed initiative and. Her area of entrusts doesn't seem too surprising given her family history. I remember distinctively going grocery shopping in my early twenties one time with a friend and they were shopping with me and I was like. They're just kind of keeping me company while Grocery shopping and then I'm grabbing fresh produce and they're like way you get you don't get canned green beans and I'm like wait. Why would I get cranky? There's the first ones right here and I think that sucker because we both grew up here like wait what your perspective was food different from mine and thinking back to where that comes from and I think that's very much a part of my like family. History is that on both sides of my family. My father's make moms African American and third new haven are here so from my father's side. They were farmers in Jamaica. And then on my mom's side they're farmers down south only a generations ago and when they migrated up north for better opportunities and things like that they were also doing urban agriculture. They didn't call it that they were just living and growing food as they know it. Like if you have land or you have a home. Then you're going to also grow food on it the team. I love that helps. People grow their own food and promotes localized agriculture within new haven. They do this by connecting with residents in helping them set up garden beds in their own backyards. Which would become fertile sources fresh produce? Not only do barriers of entry exists for immigrants and refugees resettling newhaven other barriers and disparities exist locally such as a lack of representative leadership across various sectors newhaven majority minority city and the African American community makes up the largest minority group here however this demographic makeup is not reflected in the leadership roles across the city loved that aims to tackle this challenge. We Co founded the organization both being black young born and raised in new haven. He has a background in urban farming. And I haven't culinary background as I was telling you before. We met through gardening at our community garden and he helped me to build garden beds for my house and we'd always need up in find ourselves talking about food and kind of changes that we wanted to see in the city and we never saw people who look like ourselves or other community members that live in new haven or in. Connecticut leading nonprofit organizations such as the ones existing in new haven love balancing trade kitchen book during important food related work in the city. However it's important to recognize that they exist and interact with a dynamic food systems ecosystem composed of many interrelated parts. That's unique to new haven. Let's kind of unique about. New Haven is the size of the city in the kind of different parts of the food system that represented by various organizations. So like I mentioned at Food Policy Councils end elsewhere. Small Business Owners interact with people who are experiencing Hungary who are working at health clinics who are new parents who are trying to start community gardens and I think that the size of the city allows for a lot of these advocates to meet and talk with each other and I think that's a bit unique as compared to New York where you have little pockets in kind of like specific communities around these early urban gardeners so we all work together and they might not interact as much with breastfeeding advocates. But here in new haven. I've noticed that there's a lot of intermixing building power across these issues because a lot of people see them as food system issues that cross cutting in hopes to support port each other in their work. We'll be right back. Hey I'm your host Irwin..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"About what not to do. You know that aren't told because there's no connection between the young and the old I think what makes it the university so powerful that every day you are walking into wisdom of people who were three hundred four hundred years ago so right and there's an expectation that they said while you walk in these halls that not only do you know in word but you feel off you know and I think that could be a model in our communities that will be very powerful. You know this incredible. Oh history here in history. There's an expectation and you walk in it every day. You could feel it. You are connected to the past in a deep way as chart the future so I think if our communities could experience that it would be different here from the L.. Sustainable Food Program. This has been chewing the follow. Eric Kahn cats work on twitter instagram at Khan cat underscore. This episode was produced by Amy Jong. Thomas Hakin and myself early mixing by Ryan mcevoy the Broadcast Studio Studio Music by Eddie Joan. Tonio Lewis Felice Artwork by Logan Howard program support by Jacqueline Mono Jeremy Oldfield no macy and marked Bomford special things to Pearson College the Yell Center for the Study of race indignity and transnational migration for supporting visit as always. We'll see you in two weeks..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"To keep our products very pure and keep the quality and because we believe in healthy eating. I was wondering hiring. I think you spoke a little bit about just kind of like the historical roots of plant based eating particularly in the caribbean but i'm wondering <hes> and maybe this is as much a question for me as it is for the podcast i'm vegetarian <hes> and that's kind of an anomaly in my family <hes> and i was wondering what you would say to elders elders in the community who are reticent to exchange some unhealthy <hes> but albeit culturally important recipes and foods for more healthy ones so you mentioned kind of like the mac and she's one and now you have this vegan mac and cheese that is delicious by the way thank you and how just like what would you say to ehlers in our community. I would say you know. Just give it a try. Be opened kind of understand why you know it is kind of vital for your health to make certain changes despite over our environment to make certain changes. Just i thrive off people. I think that once people realize the food tastes good and it it's actually food and you know they kinda overcome the whole. Oh my god it's v in its plant based because honestly sometimes if you don't even tell them it's vegan. They eat it. They taste good. They're like okay like i can do this so it's funny because just like you said being vegetarian. It's like an anomaly in your family and it was us for us as well cues been <hes> vegan vegetarian for like over twenty years or so and me about ten years and i and it wasn't common in our family you know there's a few people amongst are fairly but not many but now since we've shared a a lot of our food with them and even since we've opened the restaurant my dad's vegetarian his mom's alleged -tarian of our family eats more plant base more regularly and i think it's just because they know it's healthy and it tastes good and they still get the same flavors as their traditional flavor so i would just say to those you know. Give it a try. Open your mind. Try to understand why it's it's a good thing. It's not about that we from the earth. You know it's beneficial for us. Versus versus having to not living substances in our body. You know what i mean so yeah one thing that she said they are just kind of like thinking thing about the connection between personal health and health for the earth. I was wondering how sort of brimming vegetarianism awesome or plant based eating in this way. How can this sort of reshape our current ideas of sustainability as a mostly white elitist form of environmentalism or even just healthy eating eating. You know yeah well. We just need to share it more. You know amongst ourselves because the more people know the knowledge is really what helps spread edited around. Unfortunately some of us have been able to gain that knowledge in certain ways whether it's due to your economic status or your education being not aware aware of what environmentalism is you know and protecting your environment. I see people throw trash out of their cars. You know sometimes it's like. Why can't you just hold thrown in the trash can and i'm like maybe they don't know better and if they would know that that you know is going to sit there forever than maybe they wouldn't do it so it could be just the knowledge that we need to bring to people to be more aware of their environment and what it means to be more aware of their environment and be more aware of their health and what it means but i feel like the vegan trend if you want to call it like as it's growing doing is actually helping people become more aware in may start with just looking at their health but i think eventually they start to realize like it's not i just about themselves that it should be spread. The other living beans the planet. What sustainability will do for so yeah. It's just like taking steps. So do you think that i mean i think that food fosters community. How do you think that and your restaurant has been a community space for people. Do you think that your strat has been able to build community in that way definitely like i said i see people of all orientation races come together and they're sitting in one spot and you know they may not do those things naturally but like you said it's the food and your household food brings people together you also in the kitchen and congregate and talk about your day so people end up congregating sitting sitting at a table with somebody they may not know in talking sharing about their business or sharing about other things that are going on people talk with us about what's going on so oh it does help build a community and i do think it's helping others to just be more human humane to others which is goes hand in hand right yeah final question. <hes> wanted to thank you so much for sitting down and chatting with me. I feel like i learned a lot and definitely loved hearing your perspective perspective on just kind of like the connections between food and community and veganism and culture. I usually like to end with asking our guests a question about about what is like a misconception either about sustainability or about in your case veganism that that you would like love if this misconception did not exist. It's funny because it's the whole like with the veganism. Thing people are like like i need me. I gotta eat meat. Food doesn't taste good if i don't have meat so if that's the biggest misconception that along with lately think people who i just eat grass all day. That's what people used to ask me. What do you eve you. Don't eat the grass and like it's like when people see this is food. This is what we should be eating like. I said eating from the earth protecting the earth because we need to eat from it so effect can be like understood stood can definitely help you know also the biggest misconception is big into not.
"new haven" Discussed on WJR 760
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"new haven" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hamburger was invented a New Haven, Connecticut. In nineteen ninety eight hundred. One thousand nine hundred I'm sorry. I got excited, while the burgers before hundred the hamburger was created created by Louis lasted in New Haven, Connecticut. I never knew that even being a Connecticut, native, I would've thought the hamburger would invented long before one thousand nine hundred. Right. I'm pretty sure that they brought it back from World War One Mark where the guys are coming back from Germany, and their place in bird nineteen hundreds before World, War One. So this brought it from Germany guy Bennett. And now I don't know. I listen coordinate JC that's. Google that Louis. Lassen deb. L. A. S. S. E. N louis. Lassen. Hey, American hamburger cheeseburger, Ross is to give us some. They figured out how to grill be and the bradtha log. I don't know. I don't know. Johny not a stake. This is ground beef anyway, I right, we got about a minute and a half year. Russ's tips to getting free food. What do you suggest Russ? I'm sure Joanie knows there's, here's a way to get free food at Taco Bell. Going there and water. You know, coke, something for a dollar, and take the receipt table, you pull up something called tell the bell. Yeah, I have an icon for it. So it's a little survey takes a couple of minutes as the store number, which have off the receipt. You take it back up. There says on it also says, would you like to recognize one of our employees that are bad? So look at the girl's name, you know you got the coke and tell her hey, Kelly or what have you. I put you on telev- ill where you want, and they'll give you nachos a milk shake. Stuff like that. I don't condone that Russ. That's, that's neat little scam. But they want you to take the survey. So they give you free food. All right. What do you think about that? Johnny morally. What do you think? I think I think Russ is the luckiest guy alive. I mean, wherever he goes women are fawning over him. They're giving them free tacos. I mean, I wanna I guess I need to be more like Ross, or I need to move the Gainesville, we need to swim in Russ's, wake. I think is the, the moral the story I had one fast foods game. I don't know if it still works. But it was KFC. They moved to segment it. So if you got the two piece chicken meal, longoria through the drive through, they had portioned off dishes, and so they put the fried chicken and the big piece, and then, you know, the tray and then you're mashed potatoes, and your coleslaw and the other two slots for your side dishes, seawater me, get the two piece breast and wing meal, mashed potatoes, slob they give it to you and then actually be came up with the scam and because they sections in there. They've already put the thing when they gave you. Oh, no. I wanted mashed potatoes and MAC and cheese and they're like they're not going to scoop out the coleslaw from the tray that they're put in there. So they just hand you third side for free. Again. I don't I don't condone that KFC's a fine organization, but good stuff. Johnny Kevin appreciate you as always hand cholesterol. Twitter Instagram and listen to this podcast or..
"new haven" Discussed on The Green Light
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"new haven" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"He's great guy and actually a bunch of years ago when luck was about to be drafted. He came out. Andrew luck came out for the Walter camp awards. And we all went to New Haven for this party and Stanford Steve is there, Steve Coughlan, and he was with luck. Did he leave with? Andrew luck to he was were chummy, but an luck was tote them back and having a good time it was pretty fun. Oh, let's see. That's the thing like he's football player. He he played, obviously at Stanford I never played football. I don't know how to talk to people like that. I was never tight end. I wouldn't either, but I could still talk to somebody, but you played division one college well developed warehouse in college basketball rumor has it yeah, yeah, I got athlete written all over me. I didn't they're like, I don't know. This guy is kind of a little too drunk. All right. See. So I guess we're stuck with each other is that, that, that what I'm saying pretty much long-haul buckets got bad news for your day? Yeah. That's okay. You know, it's like Springsteen talks about his band. They might not be the best musicians, but they're the best musicians for my band, except for Scott. Shapiro turned us down right? No scotch pure wasn't good enough to work here. Oh. Oh, he's not Booker. He was not good enough to work. That sounds like a faux complement of fritzy, as we're one day away from the weekend. Oh, you know that. I don't complement him. I don't. I know he's hurting on the inside. But no. Scott Shapiro was a great Booker for Mike and Mike. But he couldn't play in this. He's he didn't he couldn't get in this DOJ. Oh, and survive. He couldn't. That's true. They couldn't it's the best thing ever have to scotch appear. Because I see him on the road. He's the nicest most well adjusted guy if he came in here disaster. Yeah. This is this is tough. You know, it seems like we have fun all the time, and we try to, but, you know it can be a tough environment here at times. And you guys have acclimated to that quite nicely except for fritzy who's hurting on the inside. Maybe I should have brought in Scott Shapiro, take a break. Come back, more of your phone calls right after this in the Dan Patrick show. You know, sometimes we do these, reeds, and Dan's in the room and I get really nervous. But that's not going to stop me from talking about sleep number and I'm here right now. Oh, no. My sleep number, sending his eighty and I got a great night's sleep. So I'm not scared because Dan is listening. My partners is sixty five maybe you've considered sleep number bed, Dan. But thought you couldn't afford one, but you really can't afford, you can't afford.
"new haven" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"What a first-half in New Haven, Connecticut, the top seed Harvard shooting fifty two percent the two CDL shooting. Sixty one percent. The BULLDOGS have a one point lead on the crimson forty three forty two in the Ivy league championship. Hi, everybody. Brad Heller in our Westwood One studios in New York City. Happy selection Sunday six automatic bids left to be decided including in the SEC championship about ten minutes. From now in Nashville, the three seed, Tennessee, the five seed Auburn the volunteers were in the title game last year, losing to Kentucky brick Barnes knows? It's been a long long time since they've cut down the nets. Somebody just told me when I was only SEC said, I don't think he's been in a conference championship since seventy nine something like that. So obviously these guys weren't born. They don't they don't know that. But this time of year you play these terms, and you don't get along chances to play for championships. And when you do you got to take advantage of it and Tennessee and Auburn coming up in the SEC title game. Also in about ten minutes. The Atlantic ten championship Saint Bonaventure in Saint Louis a little bit later this afternoon. The American championship game the top two seeds Houston in Cincinnati Bearcats are the defending champs and Mick Cronin knows this game today. No better up for the NCAA tournament. I wanted to get to the championship game. I told the guys because I in my feeling is Houston is as good as anybody in the country. So it gives us an opportunity to play against obviously, you don't want to you want to try to right. The fact that they beat you twice that doesn't happen. A lot around Cincinnati and your plan for the championship of our conference. But the third part of that is you get a chance to play against the team. That's good enough to win the national championship. So you know, that tells you where you're at and what you need to do. And what you're capable of what you need to improve on Houston in Cincinnati can be heard on many of these same Westwood One stations and the American championship. Also a little bit later the big ten championship. Two-time defending champ. Michigan will take on Michigan state. The Google assistant is always ready to help. And now we'll bring you NCAA March man is on Westwood One. Starting with selection Sunday, you can listen to Westwood one's live coverage of NCAA March madness on your Google assistant enabled speaker display like Google, home or Google home hub. Yeah. Leads harvard. Forty three forty two and half time. You're listening to the Ivy league championship on.
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"Or eight four four side talk. We have a call here here from Jim who's calling from New Haven, Connecticut. Hello there. Jimmy aren't science Friday. All right. Thanks for taking my call. I guess the only you're the person who made the last call may the point I wanted to make. So actually, I am a physician. I also have an academic appointment and I worked in big pharma. And what I wanted to point out is the pharmaceutical company has very stringent obligations in terms of legal requirements that are turning make us report every single nickel. We give to physician under any circumstance, and I can tell you with informer, the lawyers are all over this in terms of oversight and make sure we do that say within the pharmaceutical industry. Jim the lawyers are making sure you do this. Do you hear some of what Katie and Eric talking about though that you know, nondisclosure journals is a big problem in your field. Jim. Maybe maybe Jim has left us. Katie. I'm wonder if you can maybe pick up on what Jim said to me he's saying that that farm is policing itself. As far as making sure that people who work on both sides of the fence are disclosing as much as possible. Right. And and you know, as I mentioned there and enacted as well. There's the open payments system, which is a relatively new federal database where the drug companies are required to report their payments to physicians, but one thing that came up in our reporting was a pretty big gap, especially in the area of cancer research. But a lot of other areas of research is well, which is that a lot of these these doctors are doing work with startups that don't have any approved products yet. So they're doing early research sometimes clinical studies, you know, everything that you would need to do to get a drug to market, but they don't have those require those reporting requirements before they haven't approved drug. So there's a whole host of companies, you know, and that are that don't have to report this. And and that's where when I mentioned that there was some additional digging required. You know, that's what I was talking about is is is there's you know, dozens of companies out there that are that are startups in that are that are put in drugs on the market, but the don't have to. Report this Eric I think it's probably important to to take a step back a little bit. And really explain why this matters to people. I mean, what what is the problem of conflict of interest of the type that view? And Katie you're talking about two two people who go to the doctor people who are worried about the medical system. Sure. So for physicians, the primary interest of physicians is the health and welfare of their patients and secondary interest like making money or getting free dinners or being a consultant with drug company have the potential to change what doctors do and the behavior that these relationships changes, it changes their prescribing behaviors it's associated with a change in prescribing behaviors research has been on tons of a pile of research, so big if it fell on you would kill you to show that in fact, a gifts from drug companies to doctors are associated with increased prescribing of that company's products and services. Research and the opioid industry in opiates as shown just for just this week that in fact, what matters is not really how much money doctors get paid. But the number of gifts and payments. They get and what happens is that. When doctors get paid by companies, for example, that sell opioids the increased the prescribing of opiates, and this research that just came out. It's fantastic because it then looked at regional differences in rates of overdose. From opioids and found that it was associated. And that's the real key. Here is that doctors financial conflicts of interest can influence the drugs and devices that patients get and that can have important health consequences for the patient. I'm John Kostecki. And this is science Friday from WNYC studios and Eric Campbell. I'd like to continue on that especially because the opioid epidemic in America is such a big concern to so many people, you're. Saying that this most recent study looks at the places where opioids are the biggest problem you're seeing doctors who are actually over prescribing in those places, and it is fascinating that it's not about people taking hundreds of thousands of dollars..