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Mexican president tests positive for COVID-19, symptoms mild
"Of consistently downplaying the pandemic. Mexico's president contracted the virus, making him the latest world leader to fall ill from covert 19. His government says he has mild symptoms and is running the country's affairs from the National Palace. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, the Mexican leader is sick at a time when the country is witnessing a record number of coronavirus deaths. For many, it was just a matter of time before president and dress Manuel Lopez Obrador would contract the virus. He's rarely seen in public, using a mask and throughout the pandemic has kept up a grueling schedule, touring the country, flying commercial airlines and interacting with many people like he did just this past weekend. The military band played the national anthem, Lopez Obrador inaugurated new basis for his National Guard troops. He told a small crowd that the pandemic yes has been rough on Mexico. But it needs to be put into perspective. Lack is masking a panda Mia. There's been a basically, corruption has done more damage to Mexico. It's worse than a pandemic. It's a plague, he said. On Saturday, Lopez Obrador's underplayed the spread of covert in the country even as the death toll is approaching 150,000, the fourth highest in the world. More than 1.7 million people have tested positive for the virus. But officials admit that is an undercount since only the sickest are tested, and his ambitious vaccination plan is stalled recently after Fizer temporarily halted shipments of its vaccine to the country, do the logistics problems. Critics of the president's handling of the pandemic say they're not surprised. He himself has now fallen ill. Let's face it, The odds were increasingly against him Kindness. Bravo is a political analyst and teaches at sea. They in Mexico City University does not even try to be a social model. In terms of basically taking precautions. Early on in the pandemic, Lopez Obrador famously held up religious ambulance declaring that they along with his good morals. Would protect him from the virus and the cool protector. It is. Alone 80 that the best shield against the virus is to be honest, not to steal and not to betray. His comments, made back in March, are now being rebroadcast continually on TV and social media. For now, Officials say. President Lopez Obrador is isolating in his quarters at the national Palace and has only mild symptoms at 67, though he suffers from hypertension, and he had a heart attack in 2013. His Interior minister, Olga Sanchez, oversized morning press conference today, but kept it far under the two hours the president usually takes sink winter studly, pronto pronto Sirica Pereira, especially the president is stable and will recuperate very soon. I'm sure of it, she said. Soon after the morning conference, the president's office sent out pictures of Lopez over door in a suit behind his desk, taking a call with Vladimir Putin. Russia will reportedly send 24 million doses of its but make the vaccine over the next two months to Mexico.
Mexico's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Mexican. President andres manuel lopez over. The war has tested positive for covid nineteen and is receiving treatment. He's come under fire. For refusing to impose mandatory lockdowns mexico. Now has the fourth highest death toll with nearly one hundred fifty thousand reported fatalities
19 burned bodies found near Mexico-U.S. border
"At least nineteen burned bodies were found near the texas mexico border this weekend. It's suspected the deaths are tied to cartel violence as texas public. Radio's maria menounos. Reports officials are working to identify whether any of the victims were migrants. The charred remains were found to burn vehicles in the mexican town of something neat that molly bus officials said. That's about forty miles away from the yoga. And the city on the texas side of the border the only state prosecutor's office said late saturday that the body had gunshot wounds and that they found rifles according to the associated press. But it's believed the victims were initially killed elsewhere because no shells were found rumors that central american migrants are among the dead have also surfaced that. Ap reported the watermelon embassy and consulate told reporters in a statement. They've activated aid protocols and are working with mexican authorities to identify whether any of the victims were of watermelon nationality. I might i'm in this in light
Tezcatlipoca, the Aztec god of chaos
"Cosmology was based on the everlasting war between light and shadow on the side of light was the feathered serpent quetzalcoatl. The god of knowledge and on the side of shadow was his brother. The jaguar tez cattle polka sometimes associated with dark magic and discord but tense cattle. Polka is not purely an evil being in the aztec language of nahuatl. His name translates to smoking mirror. And he's often depicted alongside and obsidian mirror. Obsidian is shiny jet black form of volcanic glass and a key element of the jaguar. Mythos to the ancient aztecs. Obsidian was a mysterious almost sacred. Object warriors and kings adorned themselves in jaguar. Skin and carried obsidian blades to honor. Tez cattle polka. According to some stories shamans would gaze hours into obsidian disks as a way to gain insight into the dark corners of their psyche. The closer they got to their shadow self the closer they were to test cattle polka. The story of quetzalcoatl and says cattle pope as struggle was told in a cycle of endless creation and destruction. Over the course of five ages. Each one saw different god the role of the sun. The god in the position of the sun would ultimately be overtaken by the other god and the world's population would be destroyed and recreated stories of quetzalcoatl and tez cuddle. Polka were so influential that they affected as tech politics adorned with the same job war skin associated with tez cattle polka emperor. Montezuma the second was often seen as god in the eyes of his subjects when the spanish invaded mexico in fifteen nineteen some say that montezuma assumed spanish leader her nan. Cortez was quetzalcoatl reincarnated. This was due to the fact. That cortez was white. A color most often associated with quetzalcoatl though. This may not be true. The bloody conflict between the spanish. And the aztec would prove to be no less apocalyptic so apocalyptic that dark feline god had to lend his people a helping hand or claw. Captain fernando de la casa. Found himself alone in the jungle. He could not remember how he got there. Or why and his surroundings gave him few clues. It was so dark. The young captain could barely make out his hand in front of his face. That's when he heard it. He turned and saw an enormous jaguar. Bare its teeth. By the time he drew his sword. It was already too late. For nando woke up breathless his cod soaked with sweat for the last few days. He'd had the nightmare whenever he tried to close his eyes. The jaguar was there waiting for its prey. Only tonight it felt more real than it ever had before. He swung his legs over the side of his caught his heart. still racing. Sleep would be impossible tonight. So fernando left his quarters deciding to take a walk through the empty streets of ten. No ch teeth land.
Amazon to open pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Seattle headquarters
"More big employers and retailers are helping to get more Americans protected against Cove. It was ABC is Erica Turkey. Amazon said it would open a pop up clinic and it's Seattle headquarters to help with vaccinations. Wal Mart is reportedly preparing to offer vaccinations in seven more states beyond New Mexico in Arkansas, where Wal Mart is currently vaccinating health workers.
Mexico's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Mexico's president says he's tested positive for the coronavirus. Andres Manuel Lopez Oprah Door says his symptoms are mild. He is staying optimistic and plans to keep working. Even taking a call from Russian President Vladimir Putin. He says. It's possible Russia could see in the country. It's Sputnik five Corona
Biden reaches out to international leaders
"The president of the chance to reach out by phone to the leaders of canada and mexico. The white house releasing a statement about how that phone call went with mexico's president over door. We got a statement. They say the two leaders agreed to work closely to stem the flow of irregular migration mexico and the united states as well as promote development in the northern triangle of central america now. Immigration reform is a major priority of the biden administration. They've made it clear that they would like to see a pathway to citizenship for some estimated eleven million people in the united states that is a tall order for congress. Sox's mark meredith. The president has also spoken to british prime minister. Boris johnson. The two men disgust shared goals like beating the pandemic and tackling climate
Biden's Catholicism Could Influence The Abortion Debate, Activists Say
"President Biden is only the second Catholic president of the United States. He's also a supporter of abortion rights. Ah, position at odds with official teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. During the first White House press briefing of the Biden administration, a reporter from a Catholic network asked Press Secretary Jen Psaki about Biden's abortion policies. I will just take the opportunity to remind all of you that he is a devout Catholic and somebody who attends church regularly. He started his day attending church with his family this morning. NPR's Sarah McCammon examines what binds Catholicism's could mean for the abortion debate for Catholic activists like Marjorie Dannenfelser. President Biden's high profile example of a Catholic who supports abortion rights is troubling. It's a negative example of a deep and important moral issue that is being debated in this country. Dannenfelser is president of the Susan B. Anthony list, which has worked for years to help confirm conservative Supreme Court justices. She's particularly disturbed by Biden's embrace of a broader push among Democrats to repeal the Hyde amendment, which prohibits federal funding for most abortions. Ah, position he took in 2019 while running for the Democratic presidential nomination. After decades of supporting hide. The church itself has not changed. And its view ever on the dignity of human life and the need for its protection. He can't bring the Catholic Church along with him because of his political needs. But for those who like to see the church take a more permissive stance on issues including abortion, Biden's election is an opportunity. Jamie Manson is president of Catholics for choice. There are many issues in which Catholics are descending from the bishops and seeing that these are complex moral issues, whether it's same sex marriage, whether it's contraception or whether it's abortion Holding suggests a majority of American Catholics support abortion rights in most or all cases, and most Catholic women say they've used contraception, which the church also opposes. With a conservative Supreme Court majority and Biden in the White House. Manson predicts continued battles over issues including conscience exemptions, for example, for pharmacists who object to dispensing the morning after pill or employers who oppose including contraceptive coverage in their health plans. What I hope one of the impacts on public policy will be is to say, Listen, that is not what religious freedom is about religious freedom is about No one being oppressed or having their civil rights loss because of individual religious beliefs. Conservative Catholics, meanwhile, worry Biden will roll back Trump administration policies that they've seen as a victories for religious liberty. Already, the administration has said Biden is preparing to reverse the Mexico City policy, which prohibits US funding for organizations that perform or refer patients for abortion and other countries. But a study in the journal The Lancet found that the policy actually increased the abortion rate in some countries, most likely because it also reduced access to contraception. Natalia Imperatori Lee is a progressive Catholic theologian and religious studies professor at Manhattan College in New York. So I think the biting from a policy perspective is going to do things that end up Reducing the number of abortions, however, divided the rank and file. The church's position remains the same. On Inauguration Day, The U. S conference of Catholic Bishops released a statement praising Biden's piety but expressing deep concern about several of his positions, including his support for abortion rights. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS
Biden calls Canada's Trudeau, Mexico's López Obrador
"President Joe Biden has made his first calls to foreign leaders since taking office those calls went to neighbors Biden dialed up Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador the Friday calls come in a strange moment for the U. S. relationship with both owned it it could be sued by the city sees young Biden spoke to Trudeau after the Canadian leader publicly expressed disappointment over Biden's decision to issue an executive order halting construction of the keystone XL pipeline though Trudeau also said the new US president is much more aligned with Canadian values I don't think they can I. T. hardens conversation with his Mexican counterpart came a week after Lopez Obrador accused the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration of fabricating drug trafficking charges against the country's former defense secretary Ben Thomas Washington
1,900 vaccine doses ruined at hospital after freezer unplugged
"Boston, 1900 doses of the vaccine were spoiled at a hospital after a contractor accidentally unplugged the freezer while cleaning staff of the Jamaica Plain V. A medical center discovered that the freezer had failed that compromise the motor Nick over 19 vaccine inside. Us has more coronavirus cases than anywhere else in the world with more than 24 million cases and 413,000 deaths, looking at the death counts from around the globe from Johns Hopkins data. After the U. S. Brazil has 214,000 DEATHS. India 153,000 Mexico 146,000 the U. K 96,000 deaths Italy, 84,000 and France 72,000 Covert deaths
Biden halts border wall building after Trump's final surge
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting president Joe Biden halts border wall work in one of his first acts in office president Joe Biden is halting all construction on the border wall between the United States and Mexico in one of seventeen executive orders issued on his first day in office Wednesday Biden ordered a pause on all wall construction within a week over the next two months Biden wants his administration to determine how much it would cost to cancel contracts and if money could be spent elsewhere according to a Senate democratic aide who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity as of January fifteenth the government had spent six point one billion dollars of the ten point eight billion dollars in signed contracts for wall construction Mike Crossey up Washington
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more
"Work work in in a a partially partially revamped revamped Oval Oval office office yesterday, yesterday, signing signing a a syriza syriza of of executive executive orders orders and and actions actions and and he's he's expected expected to to sign sign 10 10 more more today. It's part of an aggressive new effort to control the Corona virus pandemic. CBS White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe tells us what's on the agenda today. President Biden's new nationwide Covitz strategy includes getting 100 million vaccines into the arms of Americans by the end of April and safely reopening schools in the next 100 days. Divided administration plans to set up vaccine centers of stadiums and community centers and to deploy federal personnel to help administer shots. Overall, Mr Biden is expected to sign 10 executive orders today that, among other things, require mask wearing on planes and trains and establish a health equity task force focused on racial disparities. Mr Biden and the staff got straight to work. On day one. I thought state of Nation days, no time to waste get to work immediately into redecorated Oval Office. The new president signed 17 other executive orders and actions mostly rolling back President Trump's signature policies they end the so called Muslim travel Ban canceled the Keystone XL pipeline permit. And hold funding for the southern border wall. The U. S will also rejoin the Paris climate accord. These air just executive actions. They are important, but we're gonna need legislation for Bother things we're gonna do. The administration is focused on setting a new tone. We're gonna be judged whether or not we restored integrity, the competency. This government and White House press secretary Jen Psaki said there would be a return to regular briefings when the president asked me to serve in this role. We talked about the importance of bringing truth and transparency back to the briefing room. Although Kathy President Biden also made his expectations clear to more than 100 new staff during a virtual swearing in ceremony, if you ever worked with May and I hear you treated another colleague with disrespect Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No way Fans air but everybody. Everybody isn't trying to be Tito with decency and dignity. That's been missing in a big way. Last four years. Gonna make mistakes. When I make them. I'll acknowledge that and I'll tell you now I need your help to help me correct him. Also this morning, the Department of Homeland Security is starting a 100 day moratorium on deportations and ending the Trump era policy of requiring non Mexican asylum seekers to stay in Mexico ahead of their court hearings and an example of how the new president is re engaging the world. The White House says that his first call to a foreign leader will be to our neighbors to the north. He's scheduled to speak with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tomorrow, and we'll hear more from
Biden unveils COVID strategy with slate of executive orders
"Biden on arrival at the Oval Office signed executive orders related to climate, Immigration and Corona. Here's Kenneth Mountain, the president getting toe work. I thought state and Nation days no time to waste, signing 17 executive orders, including a mask mandate on federal property. Other immediate actions are aimed at reversing trump policies, including rejoining the Paris climate agreement and ending the ban on travelers from some majority Muslim countries. President Biden also suspending the Trump immigration program, known as the remain in Mexico policy, which force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for their court hearings.
Much to repair: Bidens first day on the job
"My fellow americans a moment we have all been waiting for the washington yesterday. A new chapter began as joe. Biden was sworn in as america's forty-six resident biden junior do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute. The inauguration displayed the unique circumstances in which he enters office surrounded by twenty five thousand national guardsmen. The ceremony took place with neither crowds. Nor mr biden's predecessor. But it's still featured some familiar inaugural hallmarks celebrity solos and a stirring poem written for the occasion by twenty two year old. Amanda gorman being american is more than a pride we inherit is the past we step into and how we repair it. We've incoming administration used the moment to project an image of well to choose a word that was often repeated. Unity are miss january day. My whole soul is in this. Bringing america together. Uniting our people unite in our nation. Mr biden takes office. Not just at a moment of disunity. In american politics but also a moment of multiple crises among the population president biden laid out at least four big challenges facing the country. It cologne is economists. Washington correspondent this time of testing. The first is simply containing covid. Nineteen pandemic has been raging for almost a year. Now four hundred thousand. Americans have died in a century virus in silence. Stocks country is taken as many lives in one year as america. Lost in all of world war two efforts to control the virus to vaccinate enough people to generate herd. Immunity have not been going. Well he needs to get ahead on that immediately. The second that he brought up is the economic situation right now. There are ten million fewer americans working than were before the pandemic started. Millions of jobs have been lost. Hundreds of thousands of businesses closed. Another is the crisis of racial justice that we saw erupt over the summer. In protests against police brutality. A cry for racial justice. Some four hundred years in the making moves us the fourth thing that he has to deal with it he emphasized quite a lot is the lack of unity. The feeling of partisan rancor between republicans and democrats. He emphasized that this was a moment for national. Doing this is our historic moment of crisis in challenge. Nudity is the path forward and we must meet this moment. As the united states of america. He acknowledged that although payouts to unity might seem naive. That america still needs to try to do those things i mean. It's a long list that that he got started on almost the second he set foot in the white house yesterday. President biden went to the white house and immediately went to work on a stack of executive orders. I think some of the things are going to be doing them. And there's no time to start like two days so he signed one. That started the process for america to rejoin the paris accords which set emissions targets for countries around the world. He signal that it was the end of the trump era by cancelling funding for the border wall on mexico. That trump had famously promised. He canceled the so-called muslim travel ban for citizens of muslim-majority countries and finally while wearing a mask while sitting behind the resolute desk. Something that president trump had not done. President biden signed an executive order. Mandating the wearing of masks in areas that the federal government had authority that is intended to signal that this is a president that will take cove nineteen on much more seriously and someone who believes unlike the previous administration that it will be primarily the federal government's responsibility to coordinate policy as opposed to leaving it up to the states. Okay but that's comparatively easy stuff. We we know that orders but what about the more complicated stuff that will take congressional backing the first bill that is going to consume the biden presidency is going to be another cove relief measure. It's supposed to amount to two trillion dollars in spending. It includes money for a vaccination drive for testing contact tracing and it includes some economic relief measures. They've signaled that the second big proposal they're going to try to get through. Congress is going to be a infrastructure package based on what he has laid out during the campaign we imagined that it would be also quite big perhaps on the order of two trillion dollars and this would be not only where things like universal broadband and roads and bridges trucial infrastructure. Get their day but also would be the primary vehicle. For president biden's main climate agenda items including massive investment in clean energy research tax credits for wind solar all those sorts of things will probably come in that second bill. Well that's what he wants. But what is he likely to get he. He does have a democratic majority in the house and in the senate but it's by the slimmest of margins so there are two ways that biden can get things through congress. The first is to attract enough republican votes to defeat a filibuster which is basically of rule that allows forty members of the senate to stall any legislation in other route that he has available to. Him is a procedure known as reconciliation. That's a budgetary measure. Which is immune to filibuster and often used by presidents with slim majorities to get some of their policy priorities through. It is a tougher route to take than the normal one. There are limits on what you can do what we've seen so far is that he's not shy away from proposing some of the biggest seeming most ambitious legislation that he can and i think the strategy here is to go big and let it get whittled down as you go through the process of congressional negotiations. And there's still the matter of former president trump's impeachment trial i mean. How do you think that will affect mr biden's ability to agenda going so the main problem with impeachment is that it will take up time on the senate floor because all the senators will have to be present to hear the evidence against former president trump and to decide. Eventually that is floor time. That could be used to confirm. President biden's nominees. The be used to confirm judges that could be used to debate. Legislation the sentence on session that much. So that's the main problem and the biden administrations actually hinted at the fact that they are somewhat worried. That impeachment might take up some of their time. But there's no indication that it is going to be stalled. Seems like it's gonna start relatively soon and probably what what might happen is split sort of schedule where the impeachment trial doesn't take up all the time that the senate has available. It's an understatement. To say mr biden has quite a lot of work to get done here do you. Do you think he's up to it. Do you think he is the man for this moment. Biden comes to office with half a century of experience in washington dc. He comes to office as the oldest man at seventy eight years old to occupy the presidency. He is an elder statesman. He might not serve more than a single term. He sees his role as someone who can turn down the flames of america's partisan warfare right now and he sees himself as a bridge candidate between not only the flanks within the democratic party but some conciliatory republicans right now given the crises. The country faces given the problems of hyper partisanship and mutual antagonism and loathing. You know an attitude like that will make market shift from what we had before coming from the white house so with purpose and resolve we turn to those tasks of our time sustained by faith driven by conviction devoted to one another in the country we love with all our hearts may god bless america and you might be naive to feel optimistic after the events of the last year but i think that there is some grants optimism this
The future of migrant caravans
"More grand caravan is one of those phrases which feels intractable associated with the recently elapsed donald trump era a term which decade sense will like coffee or very stateful genius or four seasons total landscaping separate. Those who can recall this benighted epoch. From those born too late or those who not altogether unreasonably drank too much the migrant caravan. You may recall was one of the vast menagerie of bogeymen and hobgoblins which trump and his media cheerleaders deployed to profitably inflame. The voters and viewers the caravan was telling a marauding horde of insurgents bent on taking your jobs stealing your women perpetrating terrorism proselytizing communism or whatever paranoid fantasy. You were having yourself. The migrant caravan was reason to build that wall. Lock up your daughters stay tuned to fox. Welcome the tucker. Carlson vote republican and generally run around yelping to set by angry wasps. Shortly after having set fire to your own trousers another migrant caravan is on the move now it will be instructive and hopefully at least somewhat heartening to see how the administration of donald trump successor response before we get into that however it's probably proper to be clear about what we mean when we say migrant caravan as outlined above it has been repeatedly slammed up into something other than what it is by various people and organizations whose good faith cannot alas always be taken for granted. Thousands of central american migrants are vowing to continue their march to the us border even though president trump wants to turn them away the migrant caravans about which donald trump became agitated where a phenomenon which pete in late two thousand and eighteen. They were mass trudges of several thousand migrants setting out from central america and plotting doggedly towards the united states where they hope to find safety perchance prosperity. The constituents off the caravans were from honduras. Guatemala nicaragua el salvador and mexico. All countries offering the less fortunate citizens plentiful reasons for leaving political instability gangs crop failure crime drugs poverty etc. The caravan on the move right now is estimated at some eight thousand strong and appears to have originated in the honduran city of san pedro. Soula as off this broadcast. Its chances of reaching its goal. Mexico's border with the united states appears slender early this week. The caravan was intercepted as it crossed. Guatemala guatemalan military and police who detained hundreds of migrants and scattered others with teargas. Nearly a thousand people have already been sent back to honduras and guatemala's chief immigration official modena's has laid down a hardline declaring that you cannot and will not get through president joe. Biden's rhetorical response will be more humane and compassionate the president donald trump's low though that represents but the outcome might not be much different biden's domestic policy advisor. Susan rice has already pointedly given interviews to spanish language media emphasizing that nobody should assume that the us mexico border will be flung. Open on day one. The administration biden previously. Served that of president. Barrack obama deported more than three million people. This latest caravan is obviously not the first large scale migrant and refugee x. flow of times and it won't be the lost. It seems reasonable to assume indeed that any noteworthy disparity in covid nineteen vaccinations between rich countries and poor ones will lead to still further people hitting the road and given what would be reasonable concerns about spreading the virus. Prompt even less compromising responses from destination countries than some. We have already seen what will likely not happen. Regrettably will be the large scale descent of any com- clear-headed logic on the subject in the united states or anywhere else. Those who are furiously against immigration will continue to insist that imigrants ra menace that asylum seekers. Bogus that we should build walls and turn around boats. Those who are passionately in favour of immigration will continue refusing to countenance the idea that countries are entitled to make decisions about who comes and who goes and indeed that it's better that countries do as transparent legal process around migration and asylum lynn's immigrants and refugees va legitimacy they need and deserve and deprives shrieking xenophobes of oxygen as is the case with this and far too many other issues however the loudest voices on both sides will be largely motivated not by their actual opinions on the issue by the visceral loathing of their domestic political opponents and the caravans and the boats will keep coming
Biden to rejoin Paris climate agreement, revoke Trump 'Muslim ban' in first executive orders
"President elect Joe Biden will sign 17 executive actions on his first day as president aimed it, undoing many of President Trump's orders. We get details Randy Field some Biden executive orders will reverse President Trump's Muslim ban Stop the Mexico border wall Construction, rejoined the Paris climate agreement and preserve the DACA program protecting some undocumented immigrant Children. Also on the Biden to do list. Revoking Mr Trump's order that limited federal diversity training, he'll order mandatory masks in federal buildings and regulated transportation and Mr Biden will rejoin the World Health
Anything For Selena
"If i was somehow asked to say only one thing about the place. I'm from it would be that it. Has this unforgettable smell when it rains. It slightly floral but mostly. It's this very specific cool earthy desert aroma. And there's usually a calm clear breeze which carries these concentrated little pockets of fragrance. The smell comes from the creosote bush. A resilient plant that thrives only in this particularly arid landscape especially after a thunderstorm the creosote bush releases a bunch of these oil compounds into the air stuff found in citrus rosemary pines and it just smells like the earth. Exhales creosote can live for thousands or tens of thousands of years. It's one of the oldest living things on the planet and here. This ancient brush grows at the foot of the franklin mountains and the valley nestled below cutting through the desert valley is the rio grande dividing two cities and two countries al paso texas to the north and see that quite as in mexico to the south. This story my story long before. I became a journalist and moved to the east coast. Begins here why i remember seeing opacity from hill where my morning lived. This is my brother. He was five when i was born. And see that's what is just a few miles from the border. One of his very first memories is looking into the us from mexico. We could she youtube. We could see the buildings highway. We could see the other side in mexico. We lived in vesey. These tenements studio apartments are connected through the same courtyard. Ten families shared one bathroom outside. Both of my parents have to quit school by the age of thirteen to help their families. The other side of the border looked like it could afford my brother. And i the life. Our parents couldn't have when i was three. My dad landed a minimum wage factory job in the states so we moved across the border to a refurbished trailer. In the most rural outskirts of el paso county the land was dry and flat untouched. And i remember getting off the car and seeing both huge tumbleweeds and under they're usually there's snake pits the snakes and when i moved out here there was always you know there was always next coming up. One of my earliest memories ever is the smell of creosote bush here. We were ecstatic as a family. We love the trailer nelson demos. Basically we still went to what is every weekend there was always a cousin's birthday party or a baby shower or an anniversary in mexico. We made home videos. At these big family parties a bunch of kids speaking spangler and staying up way late. I remember what is always being loud fun loud. We danced into the early morning hours. At either of my grandmothers houses of root of coaches eating street tacos glistening in the dark amber of the mexican street labs. This was my early life mexico on the weekend. The state's week and soon. I started school first day of first grade. My teacher called me marry. My actual name is a name passed down from my grandmother. My mom says no one ever asked her changing. My name from mario lena to marry was okay. She just kind of found out in an open house with the with. We loping house when my teacher started talking about mary. Maybe is does this the my mother. Mary and she was like who's that to here on the merry mary. Oh it didn't even occur to my mom to object. She didn't speak english we were undocumented so she was like okay. I guess they'll call her. Mary bins brand really three here on marion. Mika win studying my name soon became a source of ridicule whenever a substitute teachers at my real name. Maria kids would say you a mexican name.
President Biden Has Promises To Keep
"Back in november latina and latino voters helped deliver the presidency to joe biden in key swing states like georgia and especially arizona. Let the next. Voters helped turn former red states. Blue and during the campaign biden made a long list of commitments to our communities on day. One i'm sending to the united states. Congress a immigration bill. We're gonna find those kids. We're going to unite them with their parents. The opening school safely will be a national priority for the biden harris administration. Reverse trump's rollbacks of one hunter public health and environmental rules biden has said he'll invest in education and healthcare for letting us he said he'll stop border wall construction and that he'll work with congress to create a path to citizenship for undocumented people but in also said he'll crackdown pollution in communities of color and reduce incarceration so in the lead up to the inauguration that usa reached out to young denness and latinos around the country to your what promises they're hoping biden will keep and what they want biden to do that he hasn't committed to yet plus we're going to speak with these young people about how the changes they wanna see would actually impact their own lives. We're going to start this very non. Comprehensive survey by speaking with virginia. Blasio's virginia's a ninth generation daytona who up near a city on the texas mexico border were in the south texas. Brush country so a lot of trees and prickly pear cactus virginia is also an environmental science and policy consultant that usa producer. Scarsi spoke with virginia. And she's going to pick up the story from here. Virginia lives in a rural area on a fourth generation. Cattle ranch that been her family of for close to one hundred and twenty years. We inherited it from my great uncle. Who was a grand champion calf roper. During the great depression he traveled the radio circuit with his brother. You know they were fortunate enough to be born into families that had a lot of land and so they were able to run cattle and support their families. That way and my dad was enamored with that history of cowboy culture. He virginia and her brother on the land. She remembers running around as a little kid watching her. Dad moved these huge cows from field to field and she thinks growing up this way set the foundation for a love of nature that eventually led her to go to grad school to study climate change. And that's where she was. When in two thousand eleven he had still all the cattle on the ranch because the drought guy particularly bad and There was a national study. That came out shortly after that drought showing bet Climate change me the heat waves longer and temperatures more intense that year and so we know that climate change has already been impacting us. There had always been droughts in south texas though. Virginia says they got worse and worse over time. It meant the grass wouldn't grow. Which meant virginia's dad had to start buying a lot of food to keep his cattle alive so much so that he wasn't making money off his ranch anymore. You know it's kind of funny. Because i was always kinda hassling. My dad was like dad counts. Produce methane and methane is really bad for the climate but when it came to the point where he had to sell them because he realized a drought was so bad. It put things into a different perspective for me. Because i realized that he really didn't have a choice. I realized that we had kind of gotten into this plane. With climate change where it wasn't theoretical. It wasn't something far off in the future that could happen. It was it was happening now
"new mexico" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"These three drugs. We found them at the university of new mexico. in the lab of stephen brad feud they were found to be active Against the the virus in this psychopathic effect essay. So what we did. We purchase these drugs. From another vendor soa chemical vendor. You know you can buy These chemicals just as you wear a be able to buy a car from different Car dealers so we bought from a different chemical manufacturer. And we sent them to steph. Tennessee in the of colleen johnson where she did different experiments but they all came to the same conclusion. These three drugs are active. But what's equally important at the university of tennessee. Health sciences center. Coleen also performed a different Experiment which is called a viral light. Assay the virus attrition. What you do is you progress. progressively exposed the cells to different loads of virus. And so you pretty much tried to us the question how well does the drug protects against the virus and it turns out that this drug culture that severe which everybody uses and it's the only fda approved iraq specifically for a sars cov. Two infection is very active but equally activists. This will die equipment which is an anti malarial drug. However hydroxychloroquine has no active. So the idea here is it existing drugs and existing existing drugs activities. perhaps they're making this faction and and come up with a combination of them. How exactly would do ultimately create something that might be useful for covid. Nineteen that's right. The the thought is. I weigh densify drugs. That have some activity in this case the Or ammo dia queen and then the question is can we combine them and we haven't yet finalized that work part of the reason. We haven't completed that. We sort of expected that by this time Mid december week we should be competitive completed that work Turns out that the five of the lab members from colleen johnson's lab had tested positive for covid nineteen Do to this is not infection at work. This is literally a society type interaction so Parents or or contacting in their immediate contact network had been a test positive so we we pretty much to slow down the worker. They are now back in the lab. They hope to restart the experiments soon. So i really wished him good health. I hope they can get on with work. It is very important what they do. Of course yes. So so so you are actually using some of the data that we talked about before both the pharaohs type data but more importantly pratt perhaps the drug central correct and so you have people you said titled actively intelligence of review. And they're kind of interesting things so You could apply Earning techniques to sort of custom designed something because you could predict potentially a because you have some understanding all the talk psychology at toxic effects of existing drugs and their structure. And perhaps that allows you some probably. What a new combination You know what toxic effects a new combination might have said.
"new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences
"And ammunition. These weapons were used in the five murders. Beckley testified that the defendant kept the tech nine the shotgun and two. Bb guns used in the restaurant robbery as well as one purchased following the robbery in a duffel back. The police recovered the duffel bag containing the murder weapons and bb guns. During a of the defendant's apartment near the time of the defendant's arrest beckley testified that she and the defendant plan to rob the video store the night before the robbery actually took place. She testified that she and the defending drove up to the store in the defendants black car and saw an employee locking the door. An employee testified that a black car with two people drove up. She identified the defendant stated that he came up to the doors attempted to pull them open and asked her to let him in. She refused telling him. The store was closed. The employee testified that he became upset and continue to ask to be let into the store but she did not let him in beckley testified that she and the defendant returned to the video store the following night at an earlier time the last customer that was in the store. The robbery testified that he saw white man about twenty five to thirty years old and a white woman in the store together. The customer positively identified esther beckley but did not identify the defendant in a lineup. Customer was shown a picture of the cell a forty seven year old black man and testify. The lasalle was definitely not the man he saw the store. The night of the robbery beckley testified the after the last customer left the video store she approached the manager. My lynn displayed her. Bb gun and forced her to go into the office of the back of the store in order to get the video surveillance tape which would show her. And the defendant in the store beckley stated that she retrieved the surveillance. Tape zachary black loch then into the office and beckley informed him that a robbery was taken place and instructed him. Not to move beckley testified. The it came to the back of the store with joanna. Steo beckley stated. The defendant pulled his bb gun out and took my land to the front of the store to get into the safe while beckley stayed in the back with the other two. Employees zachary informed beckley. The his grandparents were going to pick him up. Beckley then saw a car. Drive up and testified. The defendant told her to try to get into the car with the grandparents to prevent them from leaving beckley stated that she told the mcdougals zachary and the manager was still busy and she asked if she could join them in their car because she claimed her car heater did not work. She testified the mcdougals were very friendly towards her. They let her into the car and spoke with her while they waited. Pauline mcdougal was in the driver's seat and jordan mcdougal was in the passenger seat. Beckley stated that she could see into the store from the mcdougals car and that she saw the defendant and my lynn walking inside the store. She testified that she then heard gunshots. But the mcdougals did not appear to react to the sounds. Beckley testified that the defendant ran out of the store carrying a plastic trash bag and the tek nine. He threw the bag into his car. Brand paulie mcdougal side of the grandparents car and told her to open the window. she complied. He told her to open the door when it appeared that she would not do so. Defendant instructed beckley to force her to open the door. The defendant then instructed beckley to exit the vehicle and he got in the back seat. He told beckley to follow them driving his car. That testified the drove into the mountains and that the defendant and the mcdougals exited the car. She stated the defendant retrieved his shotgun from his car and walked with the mcdougals into the trees. Beckley recounted that george mcdougall turned to the defendant and that the defendant then shot him and pollen mcdougal several times with the shotgun. She testified that the defendant returned to the car through the shotgun into the car and told her the mcdougals were still making noise. The defendant then pulled the tech nine out of his pants returned to the mcdougals and shot them multiple times with tek nine. Although beckley testified at trial that the defendant shot mcdougall's. She testified that she had previously told the cell that she fired the shotgun herself. Beckley testified the as the defending drove his car away from the mcdougals car. Bottomed out in a rut. A detective testified that piece of the defendant's car was found at the macdougall murder scene and then shane's neighbor testified quote defendants neighbor. Who was out of town for part of the weekend of the murders testified that he returned home on saturday night and noticed that his black leather jacket was missing from his closet but when he returned home on sunday the jacka had been return. Beckley testified that defendant wore the neighbors jacket during the robberies. Defend had key to the neighbor's apartment and admitted that he borrowed the jacket that weekend. The neighbor testified that the defendant the defendant had previously told him that he knew the place which could be robbed and that people could get hurt in the robbery. The neighbor was with the defendant when the defendant bought the shotgun used in the murders. And the neighbor testified. The defendant told him that he was buying the shotgun to protect himself. Defendant offered contrary testimony stating that. He bought the shotgun for john the cell then john lasalle a prison. Acquaintance of the defendant testified that the defendant told him prior to the murders. The next committed an armed robbery. He would not leave witnesses a different acquaintance a man who had been in the county jail with a defendant testified the defendant described robbery which he committed at the los arcos restaurant and the defendant told him that if he had shot the witnesses who had eventually called the police he never would have been caught. Finally shane spoke defendant. Gave statement to the police upon his arrest on march twelfth nineteen ninety-six which was admitted as evidence in the defendant's trial. Defendant also testified at trial emitting the hid bought the shotgun and the technology which were used in the five murders and found in his apartment after his arrest. Defendant in a statement to police and in his testimony at trial claimed that beckley told him the beckley and others committed the crimes definitive trial that he had bought the guns for cell in the beckley took the guns. He testified that he lent his car and his neighbors jacket to beckley on the night of the crime and he stayed home by himself. He claimed that beckley came back to his apartment at approximately five. Am on sunday march third and told him he should get rid of the jacket because they had blood on defin- testified the beckley told him to change the tires of his car because it was used in the murders. He stated that he did buy new. Tires defendant testified that he another man drove to the mountains and the defendant dug up the guns which were in a black duffel bag and took them back to his apartment. In one thousand nine hundred eight a jury found the defendant guilty of nineteen counts unable to reach unanimous verdicts on three counts of murder for the death of deaths of jolanda. Custodio zachary.
"new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences
"The road. We stopped to assist the deputies at that time. I observed a white two door vehicle parked on the side of the road. The vehicle was partially concealed by several shrubs. The vehicle matched the description of the car driven. By mister and mrs. mcdougal. I proceeded to speak with one of the officers. Deputy rogers who had already approached vehicle. Deputy rogers told me that he'd been approached by a citizen who advised him that one of the vehicles involved in the hollywood video incident was parked on the side of the road. Deputy roger proceeded to show me how he had approached the vehicle. I walked towards the vehicle. And i could see the keys. Were still in the ignition. Deputy rogers had walked around the vehicle and obtained the license plate number. Deputy rogers proceeded to check the license plate number through. Nccic to verify who the owners of the vehicle were then a citizen. Mr oliver had contacted bernallio county sheriff's office had remained at the scene. I was able to speak with him about what he had observed. Mr told me that he had been driving out to the. Va hospital at about six. Am at that time. He heard a news broadcast over koby radio regarding the incident on returning from the hospital. He noticed a white vehicle parked off the side of the road. Mr oliver approached the vehicle and was able to see the license plate and verify as the same one that he had heard on the broadcast earlier on the radio. Mr oliver stated that he was about thirty five feet away from the vehicle when he observed a license plate mr oliver located at b. c. s. o. Deputy and reported what he had seen. Mr oliver told me that he saw the vehicle on his way to the. Va hospital earlier around. Eight am but did not stop then. He decided to stop on the way. Back mr oliver remained at the scene until apd criminalistics personnel arrived process. The crime scene refer to a statement for further details. During my interview with mr oliver. I had him show me exactly where he had driven his vehicle. Walking to the side of the dirt. Path mr oliver had driven his vehicle. I observed how he had driven in behind the victims vehicle. While i was speaking of mr oliver sergeant. Clinging pill advised me that he had located two bodies a relatively short distance from the vehicle position face down on the ground. The bodies appear to be of an elderly couple according to sergeant until it appeared that the two bodies had several gunshot wounds. Sergeant clinging pill proceeded to contact the albuquerque police department main station by telephone and advise detective. Tease of the situation. Sergeant clinton pill myself remained at the crime scene until approximately eighteen hundred hours. In quote. police and city officials were feeling a ton of pressure to solve the case. The city was shaken by the gruesome events. Albuquerque citizens aren't used to this level of violence for five people to be executed in one night was unheard of scary. If you really wanna know the better term fear of going ongoing or get worse we've never had five people killed as a result of an armed robbery and the city of albuquerque. So we don't have an emo that matches this here. These crimes like no others. I've experienced in almost twenty years with the albuquerque. Police department have rocked. The very foundation of the city didn't really have much to go on in terms of finding the suspects there were some eye witnesses that were in the store at the same time as the two suspects and they gave a decent description of the male but they had a difficult time identifying the females description to sketches drawn up distributed throughout the city and on all major news media outlets but days continue to pass with no real leads on who was responsible for the murderous robbery. The city even started to take donations for reward fund which grew to one hundred thousand dollars and six days and there had been no movement on any leads until the award was announced. And that's when an anonymous tip came in from pueblo colorado. A man called police said that he had information regarding the recent hollywood video store murders so detectives and the district attorney decided to drive to pueblo to get his story. The man's name was john lewis l. And it turns out that he was wanted by the albuquerque police for an assault with a deadly weapon charge related to an incident that he had with a minor. He'd been on the run. He was determined to not only use his knowledge to his advantage in order to get some leeway on his charges as well as the warrant but he also wanted to cash in on that giant reward. This individual was romantically involved with the female suspect and he was friends with the male suspect. So as part of his deal he would have to testify in court against both suspects in exchange. He would not be charged with the assault and he would not have as parole revoked for using a gun in the assault. Police finally had their two suspects and they were shane. Glenn harrison and esther beckley..
"new mexico" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Really good stuff coming on you know. Is it here man. I'm excited me too. Man tober i love over. I love halloween. Thank you thank you. Our next you episodes for the rest of the month are going to be all some sort of like spooky themed. Of course gotta be aliens gonna do. Some ghosts can do some cryptic words fun. Yes yeah but yeah. I'm glad you're back. Glad you had to have mamta what. I missed when we don't do this. This is one of the highlights of my week. And i'm just saying that. I truly love doing. The show with demand is great. It's fun yeah. I i enjoy it myself. So so it's day. We are going to be covering the enchantment state the enchantment state new mexico maki kona. Go new he. He is right so they were going to be covering three of the more well known but also more infamous Abduction cases out of one area alamogordo. Actually and that which is excellent about that because nobody thinks of alamogordo. They always think about roswell roswell roswell. Yeah yes it's it's great. That's a great neat little town. As a matter of fact. I was just there last year. went to the museums. The evidence and stuff. It is very very cool. But i like the fact that we've found some stuff that does s. There is a lot of stuff in new mexico that you can you can. Do you can cover roswell. Of course you can cover the taus home. Yes i've there should be. Congress is there's albuquerque's a very haunted town is this of actually went to an Really cool a ghost tour albuquerque and old albuquerque nice and It was really neat. Little town kind of spooky one of the most One of the more spooky Stories they tell are of a ghost that looks a of a girl. Looks a lot like reagan from Exorcist wow yes polish. She haunts like a restaurant in many stories of tunneling rabbit who seems to always get lost because he forgets to take the left. Turn well no because he he gets lost. He didn't take left. Turn of albuquerque. So he doesn't get out the yeah. Yeah and i know. Travis looking for they're wrong turn albuquerque but Yeah so today. we're gonna cover that. We also still have our x-files pocock giveaway. Yes we do on It's very simple really. just go. give us a review. It's nothing to take a screenshot free and it's absolutely free. No charge for this and email it to us at state affair podcast at g. Mail dot com. That's right much easier can take like five minutes. If that will personalize it will sign it. We'll give you an online shot up and let you know that it's on way and you get a vintage nineteen ninety-six x. File postcards signed by yours truly. I'm we're gonna be famous one day so if you don't jump on this bandwagon you're gonna be sorry i'm telling ya at the very least you get cool x. Falls card yet they put. Are you put where we signed it toward the bag of the wall. The picture forward. Yeah just getting favorite book. It's a good bookmark. there you go. Yeah so before we get onto the news of the day. Which james one you found. Today's absolutely hilarious. I came out. Let's go into some interesting facts about new mexico showy. Yes we show. let's do. It was the first one is that you can actually see five different states from the top of the volcano now. The capuchin volcano national monument towers over the edge of the great plains northeastern corner of the state. Yes it's an extinct cinder cone. Will cain no in the formation. Wants services landscape marker on the santa fe trail today you can drive to the top of the eight thousand foot cone for one seriously son view that takes in texas oklahoma kansas colorado and of course new mexico new mako. Yeah i drive by that. Very volcano every single time. I go to my house in colorado. Now it is gorgeous. Yeah it is very. This is like what you call. You stereotypical volcano. It looks like a school project. I'm not that's what it looks like. That's cool so yes you can look at pictures of it. Yeah it's really cool and you can also see the road that spirals up to actually done that. But i am gonna do that. But it's real neat 'cause you can look out across the plains and you see there's actually lava rocks that are everywhere from the old days when it used to be act. Yeah and it's it's really neat at sundown going through there because there's nothing out there i mean it's and it's by the way whatever to pull in. I'm i'm just fantastic. Kaplan i pulling icee patron you say patron on. That's true. that's right all right. Cool another interesting fact the nist one. I love because i'm a huge fair. I love tombstones. Oh yeah me too. The movie down and the place. Sorry doc. holliday. Himself was once a dentist in las vegas in mexico and of course he shot or is he did what he does and pay a bill on time or something. Do you mean no insurance. Look i. I did some serious dental work. You got two choices you pay me now. She got three choices. You pay me. Or i take that rip that thing our pliers or your choice and allow thing is no dot. College wasn't the young swamp devenir val kilmer type in real life. He was actually like fifty six fifty seven years old. Yeah he was actually much much older than earth's but he was still a lightning fast. Draw all legendary yeah. The atlanta native came west in eighteen. Seventy nine on a doctor's recommendation. The soon to be gunslinger was dying of tuberculosis. And was told that the hydride arab new mexico would help his condition dentistry morphed into a saloon morphed into a saloon. That's what it said dentistry. Morphed into a saloon in the hard-drinking smartly dressed womanizer quickly found himself at odds with a former army scout. By the name of michael gordon. Oh you did. You messed up my after an altercation over a dancer at the saloon gordon stepped outside pulled his gun and proceed to shoot up holidays. Salou big mistake huge mistake doc. Dropped him with a single bullet and the next year holiday sold the saloon and moved to arizona with his friend wyatt urp. Wow that's amazing that's hilarious. How we're sending included that in the movie that right like part instead of him. Robin robin frank. Stallone of all the house bailey. Smokey bear is from new mexico. That's why this monkey bear. Although we know that the aggressively fighting force fires may not be the best way to manage our nation's force during world war two. Smokey was invented to help. Educate the american public about the dangers of wilderness blazes. The living symbol of smokey was actually a black bear cub found by firefighters from taus pueblo in southeastern new mexico during the massive capitan gap fire of nineteen fifty. Smokey lived at the national zun washington. Dc until his death in nineteen seventy six. Oh and that's why. It is. Smokey bear not smokey the bear. Yeah yeah well that was his actual name. But smokey verbier. I believe evolved from from that. Yeah fisher i'm not mistake. Yeah another topic. This was actually one of the favorites. My father god rest his soul. Miss you buddy. The first atomic bomb was actually exploded in new mexico with human human people. Out there in a transient. Yes on july sixteenth. Nineteen forty-five the very first atomic bomb was detonated in the desert sands of the horn. Nada del muerto in south central new mexico. Nice job hope i did. You did a great job on that known by codename trinity. It was the same design. Is the bomb dropped on nagasaki japan. A few weeks later. I was just about allude to that the minute they found out at work they immediately put it on the uss indianapolis and started shipping out to get your up. Yep the trinity site is located on the white sands missile range and is now a national historic site. It is also an alternate landing site for the shuttle program Which is currently of course on hiatus but it was used as backup first emergency shuttle landings and stuff so they also Filmed part of the transformers air. Indeed they did and whitesands is gonna come up quite a bit in today's main topic. Nice now you also cannot legally dance while wearing your sombrero. I know you're thinking about it but don't kidneys away back down and just say no dancing while wearing your sombrero might lend you in jail. It's a sad thing. No now wait a minute. That never nevermind. New mexico has more cows than people with under twenty people per square mile in around thirteen. Thousand five hundred ranches covering over sixty percent of the state. there's way more livestock in new mexico than people. So head out on those roads. Commune with the cattle and watch the milky way float overhead in your crystal clear skies true. Yep all right now. Here's some a few famous people that are actually from new mexico fantastic john. Denver singer is from roswell. I absolutely love john. Denver always have has not his real name right off the hand. I don't know what his actual real name is. Okay i can't remember it but it's some dorky name. So yeah inver. Yep neil patrick harris impeachment from albuquerque. Let me some ph demi moore. Actress is from roswell as well as well has will thump thump. Thump smart oh man. I always thought she was something. Yeah she was cute and john madden the gruff loud talking. Sports cast austin new mexico. I didn't really austin in new mexico. Brett farr football room. I mean that's that's a terrible. John madden impression. But that's got so sorry. Yeah yeah are but that was pretty cool information but why don't we go ahead and get onto yo news of.
"new mexico" Discussed on Here & Now
"That about him. It's fascinating a digital Barrett authors psychologist who teaches at Harvard Medical School her latest book, Pandemic Dreams Deirdre Dr Barrett. Thank you so much. It was fun to be here and. As House races across the country. Heat up looking at them each week on here now in for this week's district profile, we turn to New Mexico's second congressional district Democratic Congresswoman. Social Torres small faces a challenge from former state representative Republican Yvette Herrell. It's a rematch from twenty eighteen. Joining us now is Joe Monahan. Who writes the blog New Mexico politics with Joe Monahan Joe Welcome thanks for having me well. A Torres small is only the Second Democrat to represent this district in decades. Can you tell us more first of all just about the district? The district is huge. It's one of the largest congressional districts in America and extends basically completely south, and West and east, from Albuquerque, which is basically in the center of the state, is largely rural district. Except for Dona Ana County, which has the city of Las Crisis, which is the center of Progressive Politics in the district, and where Torres small comes from, but the rest of the district leans conservative and often Republicans so it makes for a very interesting up well, and let's start with the incumbent Torres. Small here is recent ad from her campaign. WATER IS LIFE It's the new. Mexico way. I'm so chill Torres Small I've spent my career working with new, Mexico farmers and ranchers, protecting water and the water rights they depend on like federal drought, Legislation and funding for new conservation methods. Okay so she is playing up the environmental points in that ad, but there are ads coming in from outside groups against her including the conservative American Action Network, which says that she voted to impeach. The president hasn't fixed. The opioid crisis secured the border. Give us a sense of her candidacy. I think that spot kind of sums it up. That spot is about water, which is about as noncontroversial really as you can get at least the way she phrases it. This is really going to be embrace where the Republicans are going to try to get those hot button issues. You've mentioned to the front. If trump cannot perform well in the southern district, the odds will favor the tour small re-election. Heroin dependent upon how the president does and has been painting very closely to him. She knows her. Fortunes are directly tied to trump's. Basically. That's the race in a nutshell. Well and let's listen to one of her. As this is Yvette, Herrell the Republican,.
"new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences
"Police were looking around, they knew you know they could see the traffic on the road, so they had plenty of warning if they had to get away, was pretty genius hiding place for them, so the FBI then used a pen register. Do you know that is now? It's basically an electronic device that records any numbers called from particular telephone line. And they applied this device to a handful of friends and family of the escapee's that they felt were capable of assisting and resulted in a hit on a call to a motel in Albuquerque FBI and police went to the motel, showed photos to the front desk agent and she recognized them. The entire area was searched, but they were unsuccessful in locating them. They had already left. It, really does feel like they were a step ahead the entire time. They really had a thought out plan. The major concern that the police had was for kinsman and Gilbert. who both murderers and Kim slow was also known as a rapist, and so is Gilbert so there were a huge threat to the community I. Think the at this time the entire state with freaked out. People were scared. people were worried. They were going to run into them so as they're on the run the FBI and And police were working around the clock to find them. Everything seem helpless. Until something happened in Arizona, James had already proven that he was a danger to society and he he showed that as he stalked potential victims in Arizona. He forced his way into a home started looking for weapons. He was able to get a shot gun. Several handguns a rifle as well as ammunition. He then forced the family to get into their vehicle and. Forced the data drive them to California at gunpoint. Once. He gets to Barstool California. He takes his hostages to a motel. He ties them up and then takes their vehicle as well as their eleven year old daughter and drives away Oh, my God, the parents eventually get free from the restraints somehow and call the police so now the FBI. Were dispatched to the area barstool looking for Kim slow and after two hours, police officers flagged down by the eleven year old girl in Garden Grove California, which is about one hundred miles away from where she was abducted. He dropped her off behind a restaurant and told her stay here. And he would, he would be back and if she called the cops, he would find her and kill her. She totally ignored him. Find him down or flagged down a police officer. And? What about us? As an eleven year old. Just have that like fuck you leaving..
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"So July seventh three days later just outside of Santa Fe a young woman was babysitting her cousin when she noticed a man outside of the house, acting suspicious. So. She hit her cousin under a bed and to call the cops. As she was on the phone. The man broke into the house held her at knifepoint. And then realize that she was on the phone with the cops grabbed loaf of bread and ran out the door. Thank God. That's all he did. Oh my God! How horrifying I isn't that like the most New Mexico thing you've ever. An escape prisoner breaks in house steals a loaf of bread and leaves. For, it would probably me to be like a of Tortillas for me to be like, that's totally. Okay well, we'll see..
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"To other facilities to house them until things were cleaned and fixed and everything i. mean the entire prison was like one one wing in particular was completely. Burned out. There I mean not to mention that. They had to clean up everything and. The crime scene. Yeah, everything was a crime scene so because of the cost of keeping those prisoners in other states. because. That was skyrocketing. State legislators started. To bring them back to the state penitentiary only six months after the riots. That's interesting, so it was extremely expensive for New Mexico to have other states house are inmates. That's interesting. I mean you wouldn't think that other states would is do us a solid in like. Give art prisoners in state tuition basically. Yeah I don't know how it works, but I think the other part of the cost was the cost of fixing the prison, so there's with those were also putting pressure on the legislators. Legislators were like. Let's just get some duct tape and figure just put him back in there. They'll be fine superglue. Don't worry about it. My cousin will fix it. He told me after you give them. A twelve pack knows a guy. Just give them a twelve pack I'll be fine. So this happened. Even though the prison really wasn't ready to be reopened I mean six months isn't a long time. So as you can imagine this more problems and more challenges for the inmates in the state, and I'm sure it did nothing to fix the morale issue or any of the issues that actually started the right in the first place, so we have a really long history of kind of cutting corners in the state. Yeah, yeah, so over the years between the story until you and the prison riot there were at least six killings of inmates and guards in the months following their return to the state penitentiary. Moses, yeah, and many of the killings were related to the riot, as inmates were fearful that they would be snitched on for killing their fellow inmates, so they did the only logical thing they could think of. Kill people to stop them from testifying against. That I mean, it makes sense because there were prosecutions that we're going to follow the riot, so they're like. I know what I'll do. I'll just start killing people totally rational. The pattern of death and violence continued for years following the riot, and there was a ton of fear in the prisons that in New Mexico. The tensions boil over again and this carried over into the late eighties, while the state did not have another riot like the one in nineteen eighty, the tensions and the fear continued to fester so now let's fast forward to Nineteen eighty-six. My friend. Governor, Tony Tonia. That's Tony with a e and why Tony Tony Tony. He decided he was going to commute. The death sentence a five convicted murderers who were on death row. The former governor was quoted as saying my personal beliefs do not allow me to permit the execution of an individual in the name of the state for me to simply walk away now we'll make me as much an accomplice as others who would participate in the execution. He did this just weeks before his hand off of the governorship to Gary Carruthers. And this would lead to one of the worst prison breaks in Mexico, so he's commuting the death sentences of these inmates before he leaves because he has moral objections to the death penalty, which makes sense. But that particular, those commute that commuting of those senses. What's potentially leading up to this prison?.
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"But it's possible that because those other people were you know they were wasps basically or it was easier to point the finger and blame this Jewish couple for this this subversion. Sure and of course. It's completely aren't coming from Roy Cohen. Who himself was also Jewish but for some reason he had laser focus on this couple and making his name was very important to him making his name known and pushing the agenda of Joseph McCarthy so after the execution of the rosenbergs there were still always this general distrust of anybody who affiliated with concepts of communism or or Russia up to Ronald Reagan really well known for not trusting Russians. I think the Cold War carried on into our childhoods and I remember some of it I remember all of it but I remember some of the aggression towards Russia towards some of these other countries. That was still going not that it was undeserved absolutely. I mean they definitely were were fucked up. Yes yes so. Ultimately a lot of people wondered if Oppenheimer had any experience himself in the trading or sharing of secrets. I think a light of debt was also cast on him again because he was a Jewish scientist and again going back to the anti-semite Semitic nature that was common in the US but time period. Yeah absolutely at the time. People definitely have their doubts wasn't intelligence disclosure from US resources and you documents from the USSR that we learned Oppenheimer also had a cone codename delegated by the US are his codename Westchester. But it's been it was clearly confirmed by the. Ussr documents that he himself did not participate in sharing information even though he had been actively recruited and even his own mistress was a car. Technically a card carrying member of the Communist Party. He himself never that we know so far. Never shared any nuclear secrets with Russia. It does seem that the whole McCarthyism and all of that really did succeed in squashing. The Communist Party in the United States right the level of influence and and notoriety that they had in the forties and the thirties is not basically non-existent wrangling. So that's that's an interesting thing to think about yes. They got what they wanted. I guess I mean McCarthy era I guess you can argue with Success Woolen. What their motivation. Wise again whatever. People's political leanings. Are I history history But you know it is interesting that there was this complete annihilation potentially of an idea a political idea and granted there were these perversions. With trying to steal secrets. But I don't doubt that the United States was also participating in espionage efforts throughout at the world. Exactly what a communist would say Yup card carrying member? I do like the name Ethyl I do and I. I saw photos of them. You know I I feel bad for kids. I think that they had a really rough go because they were put into essentially foster care and then adopted navy and change their names to be their adoptive parents and I think that was probably because they were being attacked are followed the New Jersey school system. It's crazy yeah. Their their sons are still alive. I don't know that they still give interviews. But they from what I've read. They still like Eric said they still believe that. Their MOM's participation was minimal at best. Yeah it's a really sad story. It is time and a horrible story. I mean just the entire thing is crazy and the fact that there's so many ties to New Mexico. It just blows my mind a little bit because I was not even aware of that so i WanNa thank you for teaching me something. You're welcome and what we talked about earlier was it's the. Us obviously beat Russia in terms of developing the weapon. Although the information that is inevitably given to Russia did expedite their process. It saves them about three or four years I think in developing their own yeah Which leads you bunch of other things down the arms race and all that fun stuff not fun not fun but still interesting to highlight the role that New Mexico played during World War Two during the development of weapons. And if we can leave you with anything stay safe and check out the white sands whitesands check out. The latest Cabrera El Camino community is so good. Yeah well thank you again for joining me you for having me here Eric. What's the name of the book that you read? The book is called a spies. Guy To Santa Fe Albuquerque by E. Be held and he identifies himself as a former intelligence officer of the. Us government. Is He only Mexican. He was stationed here New Mexico for a time which led to his research but he doesn't currently live here. Okay that's cool. Well we'll check that out and anything else that you want to say to our listeners. Thank you for being interested in Eric's podcast stacey slash your hands. Don't drink bleach. Well that's more than I could say. So yes stay safe New Mexico. Thanks again for listening to consequences. Call us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod and on twitter at cons pod. True consequences is hosted written and produced by me. Your host Eric Carter Lending. Thanks for listening and stay th Mexico..
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"I would be into that. It's really beautiful. People have weddings. There will like you said it's on High Street. The Victorian style probably two story house. Yep Exactly Yep so. They have the same exact room where Ruth Greenglass and David Greenglass Staden when he was shuttling the nuclear secrets to his wife to eventually pass on to his brother-in-law Julius Rosenberg So greenglass later became known as code-named Bumblebee. So if I go back to make what are these things have in common trump whitesands bumblebee? Now you're getting more the picture. So he's Bumblebee. He is Bumblebee. So it was transformers. He was the transformer all the time it was a car wasn't even human so Rosenberg. Not None of this happened by accident. Rosenberg was an active member of the Soviet. Union's like support group was a Communist Party member. And he's an American though. Yeah in Manhattan right so Julius Rosenberg. David Greenglass brother-in-law was an active member of the Soviet Union spy ring and his handler slash mentor at the time encouraged him to recruit his brother-in-law. David Greenglass Greenglass was an active soldier in the US Army but he and his wife Ruth had also previously joined the Youth Communist League prior to this happening so all of them had interconnected relationships with the Communist Party in the Soviet identity and the and the climate at the time was not as like anti-communism as it became after all of this happened but it was starting to build up. I think that like a lot of people in America were against Communism which stood for and They felt that it was anti-american that it was anti freedom and so for people to be like people were part of the Communist Party before this it was just a thing right. It was a thing you just like. I'm a Democrat. I'm a Communist. I'm a Republican. But then after this all kind of fleshes out it starts to become more hostile towards absolutely. Yeah the Communist. The Communist Party in the United States was more affiliated with the working class working unions and labor rights exactly and the spouse ings of like Emma. Goldman who was a huge labor rights activists who pushed for like the eight hour workday and women getting access to birth control sweatshops ending sweatshops. Exactly Yeah So. It was very common actually for people to align themselves politically with what was previously identified as being Liga communistic party. It was at this time this World War Two and later on during the Cold War that we obviously began to develop all this very negative sentiment towards that concept and it. You know to be fair. It wasn't helped by the Russia regime at the time. They were super brutal. It was a dictatorship even though in the guys like a communist buying on CBS. They were spying us. I'm sure we were doing saved. One hundred percent spying on them too so greenglass and David Greenglass already had his connections. Julius Rosenberg was encouraged by his handler. By his connections to really push for David Greenglass to share information that he was getting from Los Alamos so we don't know what that coversation looked like. We don't know if there was any sort of coercion. All we know is that David. Greenglass took information from Los Alamos and shared it with his wife and his brother-in-law Julius Greenglass Aka Bumblebee continued to share information with Julius and Julius is code named Jesse now was code named antenna. So the Soviet spy network didn't just end with those two. They didn't want just want to hedge their bets. There they also targeted a well-known scientist him. Klaus Fuchs like we talked about and his code name was Charles in his counterpart. A R. L Z yes. Yeah sorry no it's okay. That was weird. Yeah maybe that's like the Russian version I duNno and his counterpart to transfer information. Was Ted Hall code-named Millard Millard? Millard Miller is that like a bird that's Mallard L. Malehda Dwight so. I watched a couple of documentaries about this. Whole thing and hall was allegedly a genius like he was Super Smart Scientific mind he was young and there was one scientists that work with him on this project and he said that he could do things like ninety percent faster than everybody else because he was just so smart now so hall and Fuchs. Focus was primarily on the use of uranium specifically. You two three five power their dispatches for that research didn't get didn't end up reaching Moscow until much later on so we don't really know that their spy efforts had a huge impact because for some reason their information didn't get to Moscow in timely fashion also Ted Hall was working with his former roommate another career for the Soviet Union and his name was Saville. Sax and Sax would also shuttle secrets so they would also have clandestine meetings at UNM campus really. Yeah in in this book that I found a spice guy to Santa Fe and Albuquerque. They have photos of like specific locations at UNM that they met at location specific to Santa Fe that the spies would meet out to share information. So it's really cool so everytime driving around campus. I always remember like Oh my God these people here like these people were here physically standing here sharing nuclear secrets. It's so crazy that's insane. And also like the way that they distributed this information back to Russia was pretty crazy like I. I saw this whole thing about the Telegraph and the telegram So they would just send these wire cables through Western Union back. Then it wasn't just money money union me some money on Western Union area. No but they they actually would send these secrets through a coded message and the code itself was so complicated like I got really confused watching and learning about how they did the code but they said that even today with supercomputers the way they are. They're still basically unbreakable as you have the key and so there was one guy in particular who was working in Los Alamos to decode all of these cables and figured it out. How so he actually learned all of these code names. He knew he's one of the discovered Charles and Bumblebee and all these other things. He's a very smart guy who's like multi-lingual that's the only reason. He was able to decode this. How he knew Russian he knew English these other languages and he figured out the code cracked the code and was able to determine that we were actually losing all of these secrets. All of these top secret things that were going on with this project. We're just going right to Russia. Wow it was amazing I will show. Is THAT SMART. It'd be a spy but I would just rub it in people's faces fund Los Alamos actually has the highest percentage of a master's level educated people in the state rousted. But what do you got? You're welcome have you like them? Apples the real smart Boston. I Dunno actress because I might he? I don't know I was thinking of goodwill hunting mark. Wahlberg again no Matt Damon. I think more complex in goodwill I know you said Boston. Oh yeah but it. Doesn't it takes place in Boston? Harbor Hav Greenglass was eventually apprehended in one thousand nine hundred fifty when his transgressions were discovered World War Two was over but the US was entering a phase a new war and that was a Cold War with Russia. So we also know this as the red scare so Russia was enemy numero uno number one. Sorry Putin Yup Sills Green glass quickly. Dimed out Julius and his sister Ethel in order to secure protection for he and his wife. We wanted you to say dimed out. What is that route it out? You're getting mad because I'm using this expression. Dimed out. I use the phrase dimed out in always read it out to be only one. You're saying it's not a New Mexico. That's fine I've always said dimed out. Yeah he sold them out. He sold amount out. He dimed him out. He sold them out. Hopefully your listeners will support me in the use of the expression timed out. They won't support so obviously in order to protect himself and his wife led to the fall of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg he basically just bitched out. I mean he totally threw them under the bus. It's really unclear if he ever regretted this. Like you can find some old photos of. When he's leaving the court after testifying against his sister and his brother-in-law he doesn't look distraught or upset. I think he ended up living under an assumed name and died later on. I think one researcher found out where he lived and made contact with him but he didn't share any sort of reflection on any sort of sense of guilt or or anything so it's I think it would be complicated to unravel what that dynamic looks like especially when it came to who bore the majority of the responsibility where was everybody equal partners or what but who board the majority of the consequences right. That's the real quick. Yeah so yeah so going into that point. Let's talk about. Ethel and Julius is prosecution. So Roy Cohen became a lead prosecutor of the Rosenberg trial. They were eventually executed in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. After being found guilty of espionage. They died by electric chair. Okay sadly they left behind two young children and also. There's a lot of like I think that your point here and my point is that there are a lot of other people involved. They did not suffer even close to that level of consequence and the level of involvement. I think is questionable especially on. Ethel's part that her son is really advocating for justice for her claiming that she was wrongfully accused. I know that she was Communist Party. American which was the thing back then. But there's a lot of questions about how involved she was directly as opposed to her brother's wife Right. Who was ruth? Greenglass was very involved and admittedly so and not just that but like hall and Fuchs and all these other people. They didn't get electrocuted right now. That's a really good point for some reason. Cohen have is is laser pointed towards Ethel and Julius. He's GonNa make an example out of them again. If you get a chance to check out angels in America there's Roy Cohen's character is played by Elba Chino Rosenberg's played by Meryl Streep and he's kind of suffering is a national treasure and her spirit comes to talk to him. It's really profound. It's really good acting Just a little bit of a segue if you get a chance to check it out. So Roy Cohen was infamous in his own right. So he was really infamous for his role. During the McCarthy era the Red Scare Court theism McCarthyism. There were hearings after hearings. Were people were being targeted at accused of being communist specifically in Hollywood actors actresses probably what you would call like more liberal minded. Today were being blacklisted and labeled as Communist. Once you're blacklisted. That basically meant you could never work again. You're labelled as a communist sympathizer an active member of the party in. You didn't deserve to work again. And the big big people. Spearing that efforts were Roy. Cohn and Senator McCarthy from Wisconsin Wisconsin or at home was from New York. It's also suspected that Roy. Cohn was a closeted homosexual. He later went on to advise. Donald Trump. Our current President Rupert Murdoch the Right Fox News and he was also known as a fixer among the political realms. He was also known to be incredibly highly unethical lear on his life he being disbarred and he later succumbed to complications associated with AIDS whoever he did his best to hide this illness. And so again. If you have a chance to check out those in America please check it out. It really diced X. More of that dichotomy that he posed where he probably was a gay man but his outward presentation the way he treated other people was really horrific and the epitome of hypocrisy Ethel. Julius Rosenberg felt the brunt of whatever aggression he for. Some reason held against people who identified as communists and. That's not to say that they were innocent. Because I that definitely. Julius was involved in this whole scandal of recruiting his brother-in-law and connecting the dots for some of these people that were working at the Manhattan project. He definitely was not innocent. But it just for me. The contrast of the level of punishment that they receive versus the people who were key and instrumental impressing some of these secrets. Really Getting Away Scot Free and there was one documentary. I watch where they interviewed. Hall's wife and she still. She was still alive back now. No she is now but she said that he had a moment where he felt so guilty about what was happening to the Rosenbergs that he was determined to go turn himself in and like confessed to everything that he had done and she convinced him not to allow but he wanted to save at the most. He wanted to save Ethel's life because he felt like she was being treated unfairly and there was a huge backlash before all the McCarthyism and everything started to really take shape and grip the nation. There was a big backlash of public sentiment. That felt like Ethel should not have been executed and they were protesting in the streets. And all these things were happening to stop that from occurring and and they're even several petitions to the president himself at the time to turn back the execution order and he refused to do it. So it's just I think it's interesting. I am not saying that they were innocent because I don't think that they were but I do think that they were used as scapegoats. Yeah we buy Cohen and some of these other people to send a message that this wouldn't be tolerated anymore right. I think you're absolutely right. And there was also a lot of anti-semitism associated with scapegoating the rosenbergs. Like Eric said their level of culpability was probably less than other people..
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"Trey BURKE COOKIES. I even got real cookies burnt them. Yeah Prince Club pictures of that. I don't actually. I'm so annoyed. I went to a party and everything but nobody took a picture of news so road. Do you know me the famous my own mind. I'm a guest on a podcast a couple times animals. I'm basically co host Mark Wahlberg. Yeah I know him no relation Berg so The rap replica towns and family homes they were completely obliterated obviously during the test bombings and upon reflecting when he was observing those tasks he years later he reflected on what he was feeling what he observed other scientists and their behavior after dropping this bomb at white sands. And if you get a chance to find the the youtube videos of Oppenheimer in this reflection it's really it's really intense. Like he kind of looks like is GonNa Cry. He looks really really skinny and kind of just like a sad person. Maybe that's just my interpretation of it but he just looked like a downtrodden much older gentleman who maybe like juggling. These roles that he played that interacted are history. Seems like a heavy burden to carry. Yeah no kidding so they. I tested the weapon on July sixteenth. Nineteen forty five and Oppenheimer later share that some scientists were laughing. Some were crying laughing. Yeah laughing I don't know. He doesn't further expand whether or not it's like this historic hysterical giddy laughter or is it like an uncomfortable after the ocean. We did this. What are we GONNA do? I didn't know that the the what are they called the candy. The minton the coke was gonNA explode until I just thought it would. We should try it at node actually. And if you watch the footage of what that looked like it was I mean if you can imagine being somebody in the fifties though had been insane sight to see that go off. Yeah like a science kind of technically assigned explosion in the League is later on. I think they did later on like actually test on like live. Animals like cows and sheep and stuff like that and the skin's being stripped off so understandably leave their reactions. Were mixed so like you said Oppenheimer said some people were crying. Some people were laughing. Some people were totally silent for him. This is how he identified how he felt. He said I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture the Baga Vodka Gita Vishnu is trying to persuade the prince that he should do his duty which is to be in war. Okay 'cause he was like I just want to clarify the heart of it because he doesn't talk about it in this quote but the prince did not WANNA fight. He didn't want to kill anybody. And Vishnu is trying to convince him that. It is his duty to do that. Go ahead sorry no good. Thank you so vicious. Trying to persuade the prince that he should do his duty and to impress him. He takes out his multi armed form and says now I am become death the destroyer of worlds. So I think Oppenheimer genuinely recognized that what he had participated the creation that he had participated in was going to have such a huge impact on the the world's future and that largely that impact was going to mean death. Lots of Beth. Yeah I mean to almost two hundred twenty five thousand dead in Japan alone. It's just I can't imagine what he must have felt. I think it's similar to what the creator of dynamite fell. You know like you create this thing. And it's so destructive right you know. I definitely believe that oppenheimer was torn about about this. Chretien the atomic weapon. I think he recognized that. There was a potential obliteration. Being weighed against the ongoing atrocities being waged by the German and Japanese regimes. So here he is a Jewish man recognizing that other Jews were being slaughtered. In Germany that Japan was an ally of Germany. Japan had waged war on us with Pearl Harbor and he was hoping to create a weapon that was potentially going to deny late. All those potential enemies definitely sent a message right. There was no doubt in the world's mind at that point that we were not fucking around right but I guess my question for you. I may be jumping the gun here on on what you WanNa talk about. But why did New Mexico get involved in all of this jury? Cover that no not yet. But thank you for bringing. That is a good segue so rewinding back to the creation of these weapons. We wanted tether back to New Mexico and there was a reason why New Mexico selected to develop the Manhattan project and that was again back to Oppenheimer Oppenheimer who was originally from New York but he became familiar with New Mexico because he traveled here in his early teens. early twenties to be treated for illness in he'd completely fell in love with the mountains. He fell in the desert landscape. What you guys. I just really WANNA fuck this shit. I don't know that he said that But I definitely know the heat like that. It was a very isolated territory like it was theraworx for still. Aren't that many people around here. Same thing that makes it. Great for colts also makes a great for atomic bomb so in nineteen forty one even before the US entered the war President Roosevelt pushed for the US to develop an atomic weapon. So Lieutenant Leslie Groves happened to be a colleague of Oppenheimer and so they were both tasked with finding a location to work on this project and Oppenheimer immediately said. Let's go check out New Mexico so they ended up checking out Los Alamos specifically an area called the Los Alamos ranch school so there was already some pre existing buildings that they could build off of pre existing infrastructure. Like water and stuff like that so it was. It had all everything that they were looking for and he was also incredibly isolated difficult to find difficult to get to which would help support the secretive nature of their work so they really thought this is the place where we can work on this war ending weapon at the same time though. Stolen was completely aware stall in being the leader of Russia at the time was completely aware that the US was going to work on developing an atomic weapon and he already had designated multiple sympathizers with Russia or active buys within Russia to get information from the US efforts to develop the atomic weapon. So just as soon as you started its efforts identifying Los Alamos doing all these things. Russia was right behind us. And saying we're going to get the goods and we're going to be able to beat them to this. Nuclear weapons is like the precursor to the Cold War. Right exactly okay. So we're no I know a couple of things right and and if you think about the. Us is in this weird. By the time we enter the war. We're in a weird relationship with Russia where we're technically working together. They are working to push back the Nazi forces and we have landed in Europe to also push back the Nazi for because there are also developing this whole Communist. Right there were. There were already identified as a communist regime which whatever listeners feel has its own sentiments and we don't want to get down that rabbit hole about causing communism gay but that's exactly what a call no answer so. Los Alamos saw the arrival of a low level engineer named David Greenglass and he came around the same time that vary trusted. Kgb spy and a very renowned scientists name Klaus. Fuchs was also ripened Los Alamos. What a few Fuchs Spelled F. U. C. H. S. Did you ever middle school like right or like high school? Faq like fuck you now. I never did that are used to do. I was too busy doing that. Ask Gang Symbol. So maybe he was the one that wanted to few shit up CA. I think they all wanted a few. But Fuchs was definitely more high level he was an actual physicist whereas greenglass was a little bit low level. I wouldn't say unsophisticated machinist and he was very skilled at that. He was really good at making things. Yeah and but he wasn't necessarily know scientists right. He wasn't like this. You know brain power behind the razor writing the equations for fusion making the components for the devices so few China arrived in Los Alamos but also at the same time when we say like the KGB. I'm using that as like a colloquial term. It wasn't technically the KGB at the time the KGB came later on in the fifties technically at the time it was the key that was Kinda like their speed network. I mean I think KGB is used. Colloquial amount to other gives an all expansive term for? Yeah actually Putin used to be a member of the KGB. And that's why they say he's so good at like manipulating world leaders into doing he has all these skills that he learned from the KGB. Come the first person to throw you under the bus every time everytime I'll take you down with me so technically it was the cave but you know going back but hold on hold on I wanna I just WanNa take a minute. Yes One Minute. I feel like my listeners. Really need to understand that that you have a crush on Vladimir Putin. I no longer have a crush. Because he's an awful person he is just a really bad guy. Could use to have a crash there. I just found him attractive. It's something about like that small man big ego thing. I don't know I mean you would assume I have a crush on Tom Cruise but I don't. It's something about like being a I mean I don't know I can't explain it. There's no way to explain or justify my attraction to Vladimir Putin granted. This was before his horrific facelift. Yes so to my credit. This was before you completely butchered his face but but also was still buttering people civil sales. Yes okay is a better face back to the story. I mean He. He Rides on bears. He hunts shirt lives. You're going to get so much flack from your listeners. Who were like? Putin's awful know he's off. I know he's like seven hundred letters of people like Oh my God I feel the same way. It finally saved us in safe places love and again. It's not I don't love him as a person I just. There's something attractive about him. I felt that at the time no longer do that by now. I'm all about Captain America. Chris Evans my new stick right now. Okay okay now. Being see now you've got to be distracted about my pinterest. Became my mentor. Looking at images of Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson. Why don't you like? Did you ever get together so the KGB again cloaked term? They were. They knew that they didn't want to hedge their bets. On one person they were being smart about things so they're basically showering Los Alamos with as many intercepts that they could come up with. It could bring information back to Russia and help. Russia's efforts to develop the A-BOMB or develop nuclear weaponry before the US gets it first right so greenglass in nineteen forty four. He was living in Los Alamos and his wife. Ruth had actually settled in a boardinghouse in Albuquerque again in nineteen forty four and he would come from Los Alamos to go and visit her two hours. Yeah and so they were staying. She was staying in this boarding house. Not just because they were working on this spy plan but because they they did love each other and they wanted to try to be as close to each other as possible so she was staying at a boarding house and she was serving as the Messenger so greenglass would come bring the information and then ruth would pass it on to Julius Rosenberg now. Julius WAS MARRIED TO DAVID SISTER. Ethel Ethel Rosenberg. David's wife. Ruth was staying at the boardinghouse in Albuquerque and the boarding house. If you look at it. It's still here in Albuquerque. It's known as the spy house. It's a bed and breakfast. You can actually go and stay there. Which ago took it out..
"new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences
"Lydia. Hey Eric Welcome back thank you. I'm glad to have you. I know that you've been excited about this particular story and I honestly I wasn't excited about in the beginning when you brought it up because I didn't understand But as I started to do my own research not that it's as extensive as your research but I did my own. I started to become more interested in this case and also I learned some things which kind of pissed off at you about because I hate learning things sir. Yeah you're such an American but history has never really been something that I've been into. I guess maybe you're more into history than you realize. I guess I guess my show would be proof that I am history but for some reason I cold war. I hear all this stuff and I'm just like a boring. Don't care but honestly I did learn some things I do feel like maybe I might be more in the history than I thought you said so. So I know you wanNA talk about spies in New Mexico. Yup spies secrets and lies. And we're talking about a particular set of spies not not like. We did with the colts where we had two different things. We're GONNA talk about one particular thing right right during one particular part of US history and New Mexico New Mexico history So let me ask. Okay what do these three things have in common? Trumka Whitesands Bumblebee. I'll tell you transformers. The answer is the hint being our segment spy. I'm excited to see how that all connects a thread through the story and weaving thread in some magical blanket. Is it a Cova blanket? No it's not a covert blanket. Thank God yes. We don't want that. That's better Noda Cove Ed say No. Just say no social distance everybody. Let's break down those connections. Okay of those words. Random RANDOM WORDS RANDOM words right trump white sands and bumblebee. So the overarching connection is spies. New Mexico is home to a bunch of government agencies. Like what are we have? We have the Department of Energy. Here we have a bunch of Research Laboratories. We've got some homeland defense stuff going on here. Yeah with the Research Laboratories Missile testing in parts of the State. Even close to where we grew up right so on the other side so we grew up in Sapporo which is a small teeny tiny teeny tiny little town which translates to help. Help me get me out of here. Your explanation point But behind the famous M mountain in Socorro. They do lots of missile testing. And I don't know if you had this experience growing up there but when I grew up there my house would frequently shake from the sonic booms. Yeah some of the missiles and some of the jets flying overhead and it would get really loud. Oh totally yeah. Yeah in the same people that work on those explosions by a mountain also handle our July Fourth Fireworks. This is really pretty legit display. Yeah I coro yeah I think it's a pretty legit display. Looks like actual bombmakers making fireworks. We went down there last July. Because it's around the same time as my eldest daughter's birthday so we tell her like this is all for you know minus happy birds. But I haven't been there in such a long time and I still see like a total legit firework display. No it is. And where else can you get hurricane? Junior not from New Mexico Google Google L. Hurricane Senior and then Google Al Hurricane Junior and then also fireworks. Yes I'm hot dogs and hamburgers and all that other and actually really nice grassy knoll to avoid the fireworks. The golf courses very lovely on. Yeah it's really pretty anyway. Nobody cares about that. Yes you want people to check it out. Because it's a hidden gem of New Mexico. Get so flustered. I'm so passionate about the fireworks and the Green Chili Cheese fries at El Camino. Oh my God you guys. If you ever go to Sikora you'll have to go to El Camino the best new Mexican food ever and if it's later in the evening asks to be set in the El Matador lounge a lounge. You can have a beer. You can have a beer. Natural Cheese fries. And the booths are like super old from the seventies and the sixties and it really lost in time. It's totally. It's like a total pausing time. It's really the only thing the only complaint I have about the ALCHEMY. No we're really going down a weird round hole. Here is the fact that they put fucking olives on everything love but I love a okay okay. We're not Italian and we're not Greek. So holidays are okay in my book like this is like a Spanish right. Oh Yeah I never thought about that action to whole new then test. Just get out of my car bit and go forward magic lamb for you miss up. Those aren't the words so we're not doing karaoke audience. Let's get back on track. You're distracting US stopping so selfish and let us focus on what we need to tell you about. Spies in New Mexico Gut. It's all about you dare you okay so new. Mexico is home to lots of government agencies. Eric I think you've actually looked up. How many people are actually employed by the state or the government yes sixteen percent of new Mexicans are employed by the public sector? It's a huge amount of people. It is considering how few people who live here. It's like three hundred thousand people so that's your lot so there's a reason why so. Many people I think are clustered around New Mexico or agencies. I should say that kind of goes back to World War Two so even before the. Us got involved in the world. War a gentleman. By the name of Oppenheimer was tasked at developing nuclear weapons and he had been familiar with New Mexico which will talk about a little bit in. He was tasked with developing an atomic weapon. That would hopefully end the war so when we say atomic weapons that's kind of a broad term basically. We're talking about an a-bomb so the a-bomb was used to drop on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Generation. One right nuclear weapons right. Yeah I'm saying right and yeah like I totally know about nuclear weapons. Science man's played it to me actually entails but just space on the seat that we're sharing what it's called is so the people will kind of responsible of navigating where America was going to go with World War Two. They had a choice whether to look at Atlanta invasion of allied countries so allied countries being like Japan or look at a firebombing campaign so basically flying over and dropping arsenal so obviously they decided to lean towards typically firebombing. So essentially what happened is they dropped bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in nineteen forty five and that essentially devastated sixty seven Japanese cities resulting in approximately two hundred and twenty five thousand deaths. Devastating completely devastating. I mean whether you're not you're like Oh yeah America. If would've I still think that's such a huge death toll like so. Many civilians were literally burned alive when they dropped the weapon and then whoever was left probably suffered a horrible long battle cancer yet. The bombs were respectively named fat man. And Little Boy. That sounds innocuous. Yeah I don't know why they came up with those names. I'm sure there's A. There's a reason why those names were selected. They probably meant something so going. Back to how these weapons came to be. We have to go back to what was known as the Manhattan Project and the Manhattan project was primarily housed and developed and nurtured in Los Alamos New Mexico so for those of my listeners that are not from New Mexico. Let me just take a couple of minutes and talk about Los Alamos? So Alamos is Right now a small city I think maybe a few thousand people live. There is right between Espanola and Santa Fe New Mexico and so it's in the north. I was in north central part of the state Very beautiful area Los Alamos itself actually sits on top of a missa which is a flat hill type structure and you can just see this beautiful canyon to the West and then if you go east there's a beautiful nature preserve called device Kavita which is an old Volcano that is inactive gorgeous area. Lots of wildlife beautiful vegetation. Have you ever been there? I believe I have driven through there. I don't believe I've ever stopped. It's like but I do remember it being like very forested and beautiful it is. Yeah so Los. Alamos itself is also very pretty giant pine trees but that's the setting of where the development of the atomic bomb happened. And I think if I'M NOT WRONG. Correct me if I'm wrong that back then in the forties it was top secret bowel. Yeah totally so. You weren't even really hard to get to and that's why you know is probably selected right because it is remote and it is on top of the hill so they could easily block off that entire area from you know access from people right and. I think they did that and pretty sure there is one way in one way out. You know. They're still. There was a gated area. Where people at check in as they came in and check out as they left and even now it's still heavily involved in the development of top secret technology and yet top secret things related to military how we have that. And we also have Sandia national labs here in Albuquerque which is very similar to that but I just wanted to give kind of a rundown Los Alamos is because not many people. Maybe don't know about it. Yeah it's a small town. It's a very small town. So as IRC point now it's still relevant in today's government agencies and government research is the highest income per capita in New Mexico. That that town. Yeah there's a bunch of scientists who making bank. They're not us not no he tried and they said no to go away. Who are you do? You have a degree in and we said laughter. You're not my mom never will be all right. We'll get back to the story back to this story of the bomb cheesy nineteen nineties version dropping own so prior to obviously the final execution of this weapon there had to be testing phase and that testing also occurred here. New Mexico and that was done at the White Sands and what are these things have in common white sands missile range? It's also now known as a White Sands National Park and the site is marked now formerly as the Trinity Test Site. Okay so first of all if you're not from new. Mexico whitesands is amazing gorgeous beautiful. So it's all of these really bright white sand dunes in the middle of like these giant mountains and there's yuccas growing everywhere and cactuses and it's just so pretty there. It's really weird to think about the fact that was like the sight of some nuclear testing. And also it's not very far from where we grew up. No that's true and I'm pretty sure boys to mention a video there so doesn't go down a Midi Boswell. Somebody shot a very well known music video wiped. And it's absolutely gorgeous. I believe it's gypsum. Rock that gypsum. Yeah that's kind of a very fine sand in. It's actually illegal to take the sad. You need to get permission to transport any of Sun and Eric set just stark blue skies and a couple yuccas spattered here. And they're absolutely gorgeous so if anybody's looking for a road trip to New Mexico checkout whitesands. It's worth it. Yeah it's totally worth it especially at night with the moon you can. Even you get permission to camp there. Caution don't go in July waste yes. Family actually will die from Germany. You will die. Yeah you'll die. Don't go hiking there. I mean. Just imagine what it's like when you're like in the snow in the Sun is beating down like br blinding your face. It's the same thing but it's also hot. Yeah so. Prior to the dropping of the bombs they went through testing phase they selected whitesands detest it. It's now known as the Trinity Site and White Fans actually just gained it's National Park status. I believe that just happened like a couple years. Yeah so what they did. Was they built replica? Towns and family homes didn't have like dolls and mannequins. Yeah that was actually a couple. Years back maybe. Like ten. Years ago. Actually dressed as a mannequin mannequin from the site. So like I was wearing like nineteen fifties like you know cute housewife outfit and there was carrying a tray of burnt cookies and they had like melted. Skin all over me yeah. That was my costume. You're really morbid. I thought it was clever. This club yes. This is a matter of like a vision. In my head of this mannequin man with a fedora a sue and like the the house making wife wearing an apron and like poofy scourge basically what I was wearing and carrying Rondo..
"new mexico" Discussed on Parklandia
"Yes there's a lot there's a lot of love. Gosh Yeah Too. And like you brought me one of these back I WanNa it was something like the summer peach. Yeah I I think that timeline checks out and they also. That was probably late in their strawberry season. So they have. Strawberry Rhubarb is a popular option for them and then later like in like fall. They have Perr Ginger fritters like all of it. I'm on all of it right like right now. I literally just go. You know what we're going to have to find a way to get back to New Mexico in the next couple. I missed that and reminiscing about. It is not helping when we're not there. No it's not helpful at all and then and other place that I loved was Santa has a great. They have a very robust coffee shop scene. They do much to my delight. They have plenty of those. My favorite was this place called sky coffee and it's in the railyard area of which seems to be a very kind of up and coming in like industrial area hip but like that's where like the Rei was and area. You're obsessed with because you're getting those town mountain bars from. Yeah and only I can only get them in areas. So that's what brought me to that. Area was to stock up on energy bars and then I was like Oh. Here's a coffee shop. That looks really cute. So hot in there and it did not disappoint. It's really sunny bright. It looks like kind of a white cottage definitely place that I would just chill out working main computer for a little while which is exactly what I did and they have like wonderful espresso and Cortott does Chai per over coffee. They've come on tap and then they have lots of coffee cake and muffins and they also supply a limited selection of. Who's doughnuts so in case you can't make debate. They were ownership. Yeah and last but not least has probably one of the better views was that rooftop Cantina For Margarita's yes. I was like are fun. Awesome like bar hopping night in downtown Santa Fe and this is the grid casual option. It's very chill lively vibe. Still kind of silence in artsy but like much more laid back I would say and spacious rooftop we were able to like Mosey right up to the edge. Pretty much and just have like a couple of margaritas probably like guacamole chips. Solid foods solid Margaritas. Like nothing too crazy. Fancy it's about the views but then they do have that like Fancy restaurant inside though they do. Yeah which is just right through the doors and I remember just like sitting sitting there chilling. The Sun was setting and it was the most idyllic experience and a great way to cap off just a wonderful dream evening in Santa Fe. Yeah and I cannot get enough of Santa Fe or Albuquerque or New Mexico like all of this from blue corn donuts to like blue corn lagers at bow and Arrow and Green Chili Pizza. Grizzly Turkey sandwiches. I love it all such a wonderful and you know what's crazy. This is just a taste of New Mexico. Yeah it just tastes so I can't wait to go back and re eat re drink all of us and then just explore everything else. Because it's really unless you've been listening to park land show about National Parks Park Land. As production of iheartradio created by Mac Cara Wack wack and. Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis our researcher. It's Jesulin Shield especial thanks GOES OUT TO GABRIELLE COLLINS. Crystal waters and the rest of the Park Lane crew. And Hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos from our travels on instagram at park. Alenia pod and join the conversation in our facebook group Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you for listening..
"new mexico" Discussed on Move or Improve
"Hello and welcome to move improve with Debbie. Thanks for joining me today. I'm privileged edge to welcome how logs done and he is an associate broker in real estate in Santa Fe New Mexico. And he's going to talk to us today about the pleasures of retiring in living in New Mexico and this will be a regular program every month. The difference is it will be living in a different part of the country to enjoy life and retirement someplace else other than where you you live. So Welcome to show Hal. I'm so glad you could join me today. Thank you Debbie. It's wonderful to be with you and I hope the weather is wonderful. Will there in New Mexico today. It's it's just cleared up. It's nice and sunny. Oh that's great. Well tell me I know you've been in New Mexico so for a while now and tell me and the listeners. What do you like best about living in Santa Fe in particular but New Mexico in general There's so many things I like about it but I think most of all like the community. Santa Fe is a small city. I think the population is about eighty three thousand a great number of interesting people here and I find it very friendly with many opportunities to connect with people bull but I I made by When when I made my first visit to Santa Fe nineteen ninety two? I think it was like it was twenty nine. I was just completely taken in mesmerized with with Santa Fe and asked myself why we law to to come to this unique place and after several months several visits here. I told myself you know one day I'm GonNa live here and low behold behold here. I am and myself every day that I live here. Isn't that that dream came true. Well it's a wonderful city. Yeah I was so pleased to visit their few months ago and I just fell in love and I knew like you I knew I would love Santa Fe and it's just a terming town on and so much to do and I like the walkability of it too but Tell listeners what you like. Best about living in New Mexico itself. You know I have to say it's the it's the climate It's a dry climate here. I've always lived in fairly humid Environments but I think it's definitely the climate and the there's a natural light here that is very a nourishing I think I can relate to Giorgio Keith who came here from New York on her very first visit I think she's quoted as saying that would she came to Santa Fe or skews me. When she came to New Mexico she found her soul? And that's why she ended up relocating here because that that natural light here hello we've lost him. Oh which yeah I guess I should call it a low okay. You're back what happened to you. Don't know this is creepy okay. It's that old white eight New Mexico blue start again at the. What do you like best about living in New Mexico central and so just? I'll ask the question again encounters down joe three to one though. How what do you like best about living in New Mexico itself the state you know w I would have to say it's it's the climate the climate and the natural light here? It's a dry climate and having lived in humid parts of the country. Most of my life I really prefer drier climate. The light itself is the the only way can really describe it as this natural light that we have here is is what I would say nourishing it just really really enhances your mood and or hands his mind every day if if we have a sunny day which we do over three hundred days as year I always think about Giorgio Kief and her quote that on her very first visit to New Mexico I believe it was in the Nineteen Thirties When she came here from New York that she says she found her soul and I think I think that that the natural life that we have here allowed her to as an artist to flourish and of course the rest is history? We all know her her fantastic work We have a museum here that that that dedicated to her as well as Many other places around the state and also I think it's the wide open spaces here. I think that lends itself to kind of open opening creative. Mind interesting. Okay that's yeah. I enjoyed the Georgia Keith. Museum Liam and I want to get back there to go to town and see her a place there that she has and It it's just such a different low flow area from what I'm used to. I really enjoyed it What about the weather though? I mean how. Many days of Sun is get as hot as Arizona with one hundred nineteen degrees agrees. Or what are the average. No no no no. We're kind of more of a mountain and state I in Santa Fe in particular. Seven thousand has a feet above sea level so We never get scorching. Hot like you do in Phoenix We do have over three hundred. Today's of of Sun here which I love. And that's just one of the draws for me we do have four distinct seasons and of course we do have a winter a real winter and we often do get snow as I mentioned where seven thousand feet above sea level. Aw and well we do have a ski area about twenty minutes from here which is ten thousand feet above sea level. So there is I think this year we're getting upwards two hundred and forty inches up in the mountains and the ski area so we have a theory very active ski season. This year. Last year wasn't wasn't we didn't have much snow so we didn't have such a great year for skiers but this this year has just gone gangbusters for the skiers And they're all they're all in town. Well what about. How hot heart does it get wind as it? What months or is it? One month two months of heat or what will oddly. Surprisingly for a lot of people. June is our hottest month. We do get into the nineties most of June throughout the day but the nights get really nice and cool pleasant. There are a lot of people here the live here. It's still don't have air conditioning. Because there's there's only maybe six weeks of the year where people feel that they need it. They keep their windows open at night. It cools off the the House that closed up during the day and It's it's quite manageable. August is our can actually be quite pleasant. Whether wise. It's it does cool off a little bit in August and a lot of our days are in the eighties. So August is the the busiest tourist month here one because of the weather and two is because we just have a lot going on like Indian market so we have the great number of visitors Arizona. Texas Florida who come here in August to get out there heat when L. Interesting so so they come as far away as Florida. That's interesting what can you mentioned about the Indian market. That sounds intriguing. All any bark is is huge. Judge I if I remember correctly I think we'd they say that it brings in upward two hundred thousand people we'll Into the Inter our area which of course we don't have dearly the accommodations for that. But people stay in various places like towels or Albuquerque or surrounding areas to to visit the market. But it is quite an event. And it's just a a great display in downtown of the the Indian art and those artists will come from all over over the place to To participate in Outta that interesting various business week of the year. And so it's just one unweakened August yes and various tribes of various Indian tribes participate or is it one or two or no. It's it's it's everyone you can imagine. I couldn't name them all. That's amazing I one thing I enjoyed about the my trip to New Mexico was learning more about the Indians Out Out there and it's it was very interesting as to how they develop the area and what has happened to them since but I believe W. visited the Pueblo didn't you yes yes got got to See one of their ceremonies. Yeah Oh yes. Every time time. I go out to either while New Mexico or Arizona wherever I always like to visit the Indian reservations to learn more about that particular. Take Your tribe and I just find. I've always been fascinated with Indian culture and the Indian lifestyle. And I've always liked to learn about it and it's always fascinating fascinating to me. What goes on at these particular locations and all the rich cultural history that they have so? And how many ask those traditions down from generations. Yes and they keep doing it regardless of what the restrictions are on their lives and their lifestyle so I take. It's a great deal of respect for them but let's let the listeners know what what's cost of living like. There's a pretty good pretty realistic. What's what's it like? Well I think that has Depends on where you come from in terms of relocating I I would say it's considered anywhere from moderate. Probably maybe a bit high for some for some dependent upon part of the country. You're you've come if you come from a high cost urban area. I think you'll find it very reasonable as you're coming from Maybe a smaller town or a state like I Dunno Louisiana or are South Carolina. You might find a bit higher But it's still not unaffordable. It sounds no I would. I would say now. Yeah what about like medical facilities. I always tell people to be sure that they can get to a hospital easily and that the hospital is not endanger of of shutting down. I know a lot of rural areas have Facilities that are closing down just because they can't afford to stay open and I'm sure Santa Fe has enough population to be able to support good hospitals and doctors nance sort of thing so talk to people about that We do we have we used to have just one major medical facility and that was Christmas Saint Vincent. Now we have to Presbyterian you're in healthcare services came in last year built a major facility here. So now people have the option of choosing between the two of those the Presbyterian which of course is brand new is considered state of the art but cynic criticizing. Vincent's has a major ager presence. Here so we're fortunate now that we have both and I think competition is always a good thing particularly healthcare having having good quality Medical care is very important as well. Yes now if you needed something. Highly specialized like heart surgery or something like that. Many of the specialists are found in Albuquerque..
"new mexico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Georgia Southern eastern Michigan teams that finished their season real strongly. What stands out between these two? Yeah. It's exciting to watch to working class teams in the MAC conference in the sun belt conference try to really put an explanation point on their season Georgia Southern fighting hard for that tenth win. You see that with all of the players saying we're wanna get that tenth win. Same thing on the opposite side of the ball with eastern Michigan wanting to get their eighth win of the season with Georgia Southern offensively. It is Ron Ron Ron it dominates their offense. What do you like about that offensive coordinator, Bob? The bass has come in and installed a hybrid shotgun triple option, it's a it's a really fun option style to watch play. But it is very run. Heavy Georgia Southern leads the sunbelt rushing towards sixty yards per game on eastern Michigan side of the ball. Defensively their weaknesses in the run game giving up one hundred ninety two yards per game. So they're going to rely eastern. Michigan is going to need to rely on their all MAC defensive end. Max Crosby and thirteen all MAC, Jeremiah Harris, Georgia Southern has seven guys that run the ball with regularity. That is going to be fun to keep track. O- for eastern Michigan. We'll be keeping track of the quarterbacks. You talk about them offense to really capable quarterbacks. Did certainly could start at a lot of program. Yeah. They've used to different quarterbacks throughout the season. Tyler Wiegert has been really the start started the majority of the snaps. This year a graduate transfer from the university of Iowa. But at the offense has stalled a little bit under with him under center. Mike glass, a Juku transfer has come in a more mobile type of quarterback and has really been a sparks albeit excited. He's been injured a lot this season. So if he gets in the game, he can be a spark plug that offense to teams that turned around their program. They have made it to the rate com. Media camelia ball, and it's typically a good one. Last four years. The chameleon ball has not been decided by more than five points, all one possession games. And we're looking forward to bringing it to you. All right, gentlemen. Thanks so much in Georgia. Southern the other thing about them is they don't make mistakes or give it away plus twenty two turnover margin this season that's best and the F B S six better than the next closest team. Eagles have committed only five turnovers this season, which would be a new FBI single season record. If they don't commit one in this game. If that is today's Home Depot next gen stat. The Home Depot the next generation of home improvement with everything you need to do projects smarter. The Home Depot. More saving more doing coming up next. Second half kickoff between the act of Utah state in the mean green of North Texas. This is the New Mexico bowl on ESPN radio and the ESPN..
"new mexico" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"On november six nineteen thirty nine david parker ray is born in bela new mexico balance little town of roughly seven thousand people thirty five miles south of albuquerque guest and just happened to have the nearest hospital i forgot the pronunciation ron please enter stand it no one outside of new mexico gives a single fuck about the pronunciation of that town there were three different conservation guys about how to say it and all three gave wildly different answers i i'm guessing all three of them were also guessing i chose to put the one out there that was listed by the encyclopedia of santa fe dot com little is known about david's parents see and nettie ray the really wasn't much affection in my childhood david would later say i was there physically but nobody paid any attention to me you know it was like like i wasn't really there at all and much of this time does come from david's firsthand accounts given in interviews he gave after being incarcerated he's he said see so wasn't abusive drunk lashed out at his wife and kids he eventually left nettie in the kids when dave ten years old after seasonal divorced nettie the decision was made to send david and peggy to live with their grandparents on a rural ranch and mountainair new mexico pre sure i nailed that pronunciation david said when i was a little kid my mother and father pond me and my sister peggy off on dolly my mother's mother who lived on a farm up in the hills near mountainair new mexico there wasn't anything to do there my dad was drunk and drifter every six months he would drop by and bring me a pile of true detective magazines when i was about ten years old i started to have these fantastic dreams raping and killing young girls and the dreams i always used a broken beer bottle on them wow not normal if you're young boy listening this episode and share that fantasy tell your parents you didn't talk to a fuck account so right now i'm a hundred percent series you don't try to fix this now there's a good chance you're going to be too fucked up to deals later so david was an abandoned young boy who felt neglected least emotionally he was clearly developing the strong hatred of women probably senator on his grandma he didn't appear to like or from other things i read maybe blamed his mom for his dad not sticking around maybe his dad constantly had horrible things to say about women maybe it was as simple as you know he was hooper sensitive and the girls at school just didn't like him and made fun of him and he started to develop some very strong revenge type sexual fantasies we we don't we don't know exactly what went on he just never said.
"new mexico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The cities that killed dan new mexico wall on espn radio and the espn act was was foul rentals the and morsel first ever meeting between these schools from the mountain west conferencee conference usa third and eleven colorado state they have the football the marshall 42 yard line and this is an opportunity to maybe showcase your star michael gallup stevens likes the all american in it they tried to get him the ball whenever possible the majko oba told us in meetings yesterday trade he has a section of his play called seat topright corner to blocked off section of calls that are designed to go to michael gallup i wouldn't be surprised to see mike bobo in nick stevens maybe go to one of those calls here but this is one of those situations that he michael couch is one of those receivers i like to refer to as any racer he races mistakes you're not making a mistake if you get michael galloping any kind of a one on one here and you take a shot to him down with you coming off a timeout gallup by the way six one hundred yard games this season he had a two hundred sixty three yard effort against nevada and in the top five in the fps in yards in receptions per game he's a guy you're not gonna stop completely you just hope to to a slowing down of chris jackson a lot on his shoulders at that quarterbacks book absolutely it's a tough to ask because gals a gray route runner he has the size it over six one two hundred pounds the physical young man you can push off at the my discriminates now doesn't get jammed up at the mina scrimmage very easily matthews is the low running back and gallup biased lonesome split to the left side of the formation trips to the right side for stevens on third and eleven for the marshall forty two from the guy takes the snack quarterback troy here back at the forty five to marshall players there of needham rural laws and didn't appear have anywhere to go shannon haynes and marchi's challenged the tackle it in were there caning 'haves an excellent job of just penetration through this colorado state offense of wind to give nick stevens no opportunity to run this loophole a safe call by mike bobo but an excellent play up front 9'0 chuck heater defensive coordinator for the heard excited to.