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House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries
"Three Republican members of Congress who voted to impeach former president Donald Trump are being challenged in today's primary elections representative Peter Meyer of Michigan and representatives Jamie Herrera beutler and Dan newhouse of Washington are the biggest test yet for GOP incumbents who broke with Trump after the January 6 riots In Arizona a major QAnon figure Ron Watkins is up for congressional seat On the democratic side to incumbents in Michigan representatives and 11 and Haley Stevens are facing each other in a newly drawn congressional district and two members of the progressive squad have primary challengers representative Cory bush and Missouri and representative Rashida Tlaib in Michigan I'm Julie Walker
"newhouse" Discussed on Good Life Project
"That's i'm net fruit and we built this thing brick by brick and then what happens is we look him go man. I don't like this house. Unlike this house but i don't wanna be so. I'll fight to stay in this house because the other option is homeless right now and and what ends up happening. Say how do you become that guy. It's by going out of this house. I'm in and doing whatever i gotta do. Which is typically out of character. Actions bows out of character actions. I'm going across the street and lane a brick. Newhouse go back to my house. And i do my thing and i'll go lay brick so it looks like me going out and you know what i. I don't usually work apple go workout today. Still the same guy. Go work out and so i i go lay brick workout right or you know i. I've had this job for a while. But i really want to go and become a painter someone to go out. I'm gonna get some paint supplies. Try to test out and make my first painting right. it's going across the street lane of brick and we do this little by little brick and eventually when you think of leaving the house in this identity you are that you don't like that the drapes sock in the carpet. Torn off and the place stinks. And it's got smoke in the walls right. That's what you feel like you belong. That's only home. You had to live and eventually go. You know i've. I spent enough time building that house. I'm gonna go live in another one and others no fear of being homeless. There's no fear of being left out in the cold or you know separate yet a nice new house to go into that as a job. It's just as long and arduous as it took to build the first one. The problem is most people. Don't go and do that. They figure like this is my house. There's nowhere to go. i can't move now. You could move at all times and when you ask like how did i become this guy. It was laying bricks of well six foot. Two african american man. Three two hundred thirty pounds played linebacking fell like he doesn't talk about emotion. It's done what we do. How many guys you know guys. Peer that talk about the things. Nobody does somebody that brick. Because i was just a break. I'm i'm gonna tell the story once and then you tell it again. He told again. And now i got that room built and it's like i wasn't a good dad man. I was like. I need to go out of this house and and stop protecting the house. That says i'm too busy at work. the back and forth for the kids or whatever we gotta build this thing and support the kids i to do this to make money like now i'm going to build a brick of the guy who sits down and plays a video game with them or does a board game so i lay that brick the marriage thing i to take a look and say well. How come this master bedroom when this house sucks. Why this marriage fall apart while you know. It wasn't built structured big over there and was a good husband..
Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments
"Center. All three Republican, U. S. Representatives from our state voted against removing Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments, even though two of them are making it clear they do not Support the Georgia congresswoman's more controversial ideas more from coma, score one. Hey, Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane, Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside and Jamie Herrera Butler of Vancouver may not endorse Greens views, but they rallied around House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who called the move to strip green of her committee assignments unprecedented Never Before in the history of this house. Has the majority abused its power in this way, Never. McMorris Rodgers makes it clear in a statement. Greens positions are not her positions, saying many of greens comments are quote beneath the dignity of her office. Herrera Butler is more specific, saying in a statement that despite what Green has claimed School shootings are not false flag events. California wildfires were not ignited by a space laser and the presidential election was not stolen. But she goes on to say she would not set a precedent where the majority party now dictates the way the minority seats its members, she writes. Quote that is a route to
"newhouse" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Divide that seems to be evolving in our demographics, and I think that's one of the things this map shows. Well, the map is a marvelous map and a great visual, But it's something I guess for us on the inside that we've known we're going for a long time. And that is the Democrats win in the heavy Populace, parts of the state and on the two coasts on up on the upper Midwest, Uh and you look at that, and the rest of the geography is it is Republican. And you look and Essentially figuring out how you weave this country together is so much more difficult because of the way in which we've ended up in what I call Silo. Politics. Yeah, we'll take Miami Dade. Explain what happened in Miami Dade. Well, I'll let deal do it. But obviously that brick goes to the difference within ethnicity that to think of all Hispanic voters that has Monolithic. It's obviously hugely difference between the Cubans, Uh, vote and Latin America in Florida versus the Mexican American. Vote in Texas in California. Yeah, Yeah, right. I mean, we saw I saw data back going back to the 83 4018 election cycle that showed Republicans scoring better among Hispanic men than we had in the past. And we waited a project for Univision. This past year. Focus groups in Arizona and Florida identified issues that potentially could work for Republican candidates, obviously in the Miami Dade area. Socialism issue worked extraordinarily well because they have the experience of Cuba and Venezuela, But, yeah, I mean, there are you know for for the even though you look at the other data that indicates, you know Trump didn't you know got cleaned out in the suburbs? Hey, did better in the rural areas and give before But he scored a little higher among both African Americans and Hispanics, then prove this. Republican candidates have So there he made some some inroads there. And so you take a look at an area like Miami Dade. When you When you see the results of Miami Dade, there's no one There is no question why and how the president wants old word socialism. Um, had a tremendous impact as you mentioned. Well, Roy we saw it was really interesting in the 2018 surveys. We did, um We always ask questions. What have you seen, read or heard about this person's campaign that they gave you more favorable, less favor impression of the minutes and open it verbatim question, Just like Peter really wraps his arms around the focus groups and what he lives in there. I do the same thing, but some of these verbatim comments on surveys and I got to tell you in 2018. I had never seen so many comments about socialism. On DSA. We started asking questions about it, and we began to believe that that was the framing for the 2020 election. That seems obvious now. It wasn't obvious back then that it's so I've always commented That the most socialistic institution in United States is the NFL but way but register Craddick. I think we could do in a couple of hours on that, too, Huh? You're listening to Peter Hart and Neil Newhouse in conversation with Roy Eisenhardt. This is city arts and lectures. So let Z because Georgia was really part of this whole picture. Let's let's go toe The George election, which was just Two days ago, Neil, What were you surprised at the Democratic carrying of both of the seat? Three weeks ago, I had been, I would have been surprised, but given the comments and given the fact that the president I want to make that election about him rather than about those candidates. No, I wouldn't. I was disappointed. Disappointed but not surprised. And I mean you well, so he didn't mean to jump in on you, but I mean, my partner, Fred Yang was doing Thea us off campaign and we knew how Close and on tight it was at the same time it was the president who essentially tilted it. But from this'll, we learned a couple of important things. Worry about politics in Into syrah number one. Nobody. There was no ticket splitting that used to be something that was considered absolutely paramount. But the number of ticket splitters I think was under 5%. I mean, it's just almost inconceivable that that could happen. And the second thing that you learned about is that it wasn't a campaign of message. It was a campaign of organization. I mean the amount of money and the amount of attention the Democrats put into sending the Republicans also, but in the end Like everything else that Donald Trump touches. It turns it turns to black urge steel or whatever it's supposed to be, And that's exactly what happened here. I mean, it's interesting. What would have happened in in Georgia? If he had just stayed out of there? I think you would have had a different set of results. Which would have changed the whole dynamic going into 2021. Yeah, you could have met me. The mixed messaging was just incredible. I mean, it's just I mean, you know, his conservative base Pro didn't know whether whether to vote and and demonstrate that their votes you know, did count or whether or not to vote because You know, they didn't think it made a damn bit of difference. I mean, that's just it. It was interested in watching for doing. La Flor try to deliver the message that the presidential election was rigged and that Trump carried Georgia. But don't worry about it. Turn out and vote for me because the election isn't rigged. It was a bit of a eye of a needle to try toe. For them to threat and kept. Let me pick it up here in a different way that we've had my thea vents at the capital, and we had the Georgia election. And both of these seem like they are exceptionally important and one obviously emotionally important, but in terms of the change in government And what this will mean for the bike and administration. What happened in Georgia is absolutely paramount because instead of having all the bills go through the majority and Mitch McConnell, it's now going to be under the Democrats and truck. Schumer. And what it means is that Not only all the chairman or democratic, but it's that legislation. It is all of the getting the people through confirmation and all of these things. So we look at these two events that happened this week and so much emotional energy is obviously placed on what happened in Washington, and that's understandable, but in political terms what happened to say Is going to have a a huge effect in terms of how much the Biden administration could do and how much things change in the in the Congress. There's also the moving of court court nominations, which has been pretty one sided. Now it goes the other direction. But I thought, so. I think it's going to exacerbate the divide in the Democratic Party between the progressives and the moderates. I think there's going to be a renewed battle. I think AOC Bernie Sanders..
Trump impeached again
"Just. The president got impeached as all second time. that's happened. in the trump administration. What made this time different is that. Ten republicans voted to impeach including southwest washington. State's jaime herrera butler declare fire enemy. Isn't the president or the president. Elect fear is our enemy tells us what we want to hear. It incites anger and violence in fire. But it also haunts us into silence and inaction. What are you afraid of. I'm afraid of what people will say or think. I'm afraid of being devalued losing my job but i am afraid that my country will fail. I'm afraid patriots of this country have died in vain. Children won't grow up in a free country. I'm afraid in justice will prevail but truth truth sets us free from fear. Truth doesn't guarantee bad things won't happen but it does promise to always prevail in the end it has no shadows where darkness can hide with. Truth comes levin. we could use that right. My vote to impeach. Our sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing side. I'm choosing truth is the only way to defeat. Fear jaime herrera butler of the vancouver area standing up for truth there central washington's dan newhouse also voted to impeach. He started his speech with some good old. What aboutism madam speaker. This is a sad day in our republic but not a saturday disheartening as the violence we witnessed in the capital last wednesday. We are all responsible. My colleagues are responsible for not condemning writers past year like like those who barricaded the doors of the seattle police department and attempted to murder the officers. Inside that is a reference to seattle's east precinct. Building where some rioters tried to seal the twelfth avenue door with cement while officers were inside on the pine street side of the building. Someone started fire. We don't know whether they were connected. One person has been charged with arson. I don't believe anyone's charged with murder as to his Colleagues who didn't condemn violence. He didn't make clear which colleagues he means. This is house speaker nancy. pelosi september. We support peaceful demonstrations. We participate in them. They are part of the essence of our democracy that does not include looting starting fires or rioting those are they should be prosecuted list after this new house moved on to continue his speech on the house floor voting to impeach the president and he did take some responsibility others including myself are responsible for not speaking out sooner before the president misinformed at inflamed a violent mob who tore down the american flag and brutally beat capital police officers adam speaker. We must all do better. These articles of impeachment are flawed. But i will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for president trump's actions. The president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capitol and he did nothing to stop it. That is why with a heavy heart and clear resolve. I will vote. Yes on these articles of impeachment
"newhouse" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Upton of Michigan, Dan Newhouse of Washington State, Peter Mayer of Michigan. Anthony Gonzales of Ohio, David Vala Deo of California and Tom Rice of South Carolina. Trump kept out of sight in the nearly empty White House as impeachment proceedings played out at the heavily fortified U. S. Capitol. They're the damage from last week's riots proved or provided a visible reminder of the insurrection that the president was accused of inciting. Abandoned by some in his own party. Trump could do nothing but watch his story and fold today on television. The suspension of his Twitter account deprived Trump of one of his most potent means to keep Republicans in line giving a sense that Trump had been de fangs. And for the first time his hold on his adopted party. Listen question. Trump was finally heard from hours after the boat in a subdued video. The condemned the insurrection at the Capitol and warned his supporters from engaging in any further violence. It was the message that was largely missing a week earlier when rioters marching and Trump's name descended on the Capitol that tried to prevent Congress from certifying Biden's electoral victory. I want to be very clear. I unequivocally condemned the violence that we saw last week. Islands and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country. And no place in our movement. Making America great again has always been about defending the rule of law. Supporting the men and women of law enforcement and upholding our nation's most sacred traditions and values. Violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement. Or our great American flag. No true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If.
House impeaches Trump for historic second time
"US House delegation took to the floor during debate on a second impeachment of President Trump Comas. Ryan Harris has their remarks Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors. Inciting violence against the government of the United States. After the clerks reading of the single article of Impeachment into the record members in succession took the House floor, including Republicans, Jamie Herrera, Butler and Dan Newhouse of Washington in favor of impeachment president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week there was a domestic Rap at the door of the capital, and he did nothing to stop it. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says a vote to impeach will add to the division in our nation. A vote to impeach will further fanned the flames. The partisan division 10 Republicans voted for impeachment, Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane voted against it. Ryan
"newhouse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And he says, finally, this is I miss reading her comment. Finally, the president released a pathetic denouncement of the violence and also served as a wink and a nod to those who perpetuated it. I love you, he said. To them, you're special, more hours of destruction and violence and suit those you know, it's one thing, Tomo be a Republican, and, you know, tippy toe out and say, You know, I think he should have You know, I should have been more cautious with his language that is a full on attack. I was quite surprised and being a partisan. Um I appreciate those words. Yeah, absolutely. You want strong words? You're not getting it from him. But you got it from her for sure. And then, of course, Dan Newhouse today on the house floor Going crazy, Crazy. Great. Great. Yeah, Grace is trying to get in. Yeah, well, I thought it was great that Herrera and Newhouse stepped out right? That's what we need right? More people on the right who are willing to stand up to the bully. I don't know why she's shocked, right? There's nothing to be shocked by His actions have shown this is who he is. She is too little, too late. New houses too little everyone's too little too late, but we still need it because as a country, their stuff that has to happen, moving forward, and I really actually care because I believe a two party system. At least the two party system is important in this country, and I want the Republican Party to get it together. So we need some sensible voices, not because I'm a Republican. I have no desire to join the party but without a second party, a sensible second party to balance out left and right. I think this thing could go downhill fast. So it's good to see people stepping up and doing the right thing, though it is too little too late. Yeah, and by the way, just before we get to New house because I knew house was to me. I was fascinating Tol watch that does that caught me completely off guard. In fact, I don't think Jim Jordan, who introduced him realize that that's what he was going to do. But before we get there, one last thing I thought The statement that Herrera Butler made last night was so strong I was surprised he didn't she did a kind of a different take. This morning. She talked about how people are voting in fear or that you know, is it is it Ah, dangerous thing for her to, you know, do this is my political career. And I'm you know, she kept talking about fear. Fear, fear it. I thought it was an odd choice. She end up saying, But I'm not careful. That's not a vote out of fear. This is a vote for the truth. And that means I'm voting to impeach later on. I heard there was a lot of discussion that there are a number of Republicans in the house who admitted to people off the record that they think that stuff was impeachable, but they feared for their political lives on so didn't vote. So now I understand she was addressing her fellow Republicans. I think who said fear is not the arbiter of Of your decision making. It should be the truth. Okay? And now let's get to the great moment. When Dick who else shocked the world, I think by announcing, you know, he criticized both sides like it. A lot of people were doing. But then he announced that indeed, with a heavy heart he was gonna vote. In favor of the impeachment. Madam speaker. This is a sad day in our republic. Not a Saturday is heartening is the violence we witnessed in the capital last Wednesday. We're all responsible. My colleagues are responsible for not condemning writers this past year like like those who barricaded the doors of Seattle Police Department and attempted to murder the officers inside. Others, including myself, are responsible for not speaking out sooner before the president misinformed and inflamed a violent mob who tore down the American flag. And brutally beat Capitol police officers. Madam speaker, and we must all do better. These articles of impeachment are flawed. They will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for President Trump's actions. President took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capital. And he did nothing to stop it. That is why, with a heavy heart And clear resolved. I will vote Yes, on these articles of impeachment. It was. I think that applause broke out because everybody else guard I'm doing okay? Yeah, because they wouldn't say none of the delegation. Aside from Jamie Rose Butler had said which way they were going to go before the final vote. I don't believe and I think no one was quite sure which way he would go out. One of the things I noticed was that he was introduced by Jim Jordan. So both so Jim Jordan was representing the Republicans. And then you had a Jerry Nadler on the Democrats. And so they were given X amount of time. I don't know what it was, like 45 minutes, Whatever. So they were really marshaling their time. Okay, you get 45 seconds. You get 30 seconds. You get two minutes depending on us, And he introduced a new house. And I think that Jim journals. Hey, I just lost 30 seconds of my, You know, anti impeachment time because then I noticed it was just a few. The speaker's later that Jamie Herrera Butler was introduced, but she was introduced by by Jim Jordan. She was introduced by Jerry Nadler was like okay, I'm a Republican..
"newhouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington, where inside a Capitol building, ringed by razor wire and packed with the National Guard. The U. S. House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for a second time. A year ago, as President Trump Face that first impeachment vote, he held a rally and boasted about a Republican Party unified behind him. We have tremendous support in the Republican Party like we've never had Before. That support has eroded since last week Siege on the U. S Capitol, the Republican Party is fracturing over the president. Congressman John Kako of New York was the first Republican to say he would vote to impeach and then last night, the number three House Republican Liz Cheney said she would too. She says. The president of the United States summoned this mob assembled the mob and let the flames of this attack. There has never been a greater betrayal. By a president of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution. I will vote to impeach The president. Well, a handful of House Republicans followed. But on the floor today, many more said they would oppose impeachment. Republican Jim Jordan called for Cheney's resignation. Here's Ronnie Jackson of Texas. It is clear now, more than ever that our country needs to come together and Congress this Congress needs to lead by example, and begin the process of healing. The deep division that exist among us is Americans. The articles before us today will not accomplish that. And then there was House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy. He said he would not support impeachment. But notably, he said the president is not blameless, and he called on the house to censure him. The president bears responsibility for Wednesday's attack on Congress by mob rioters. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. 10 House Republicans voted with their Democratic colleagues to impeach President Trump, representative Dan Newhouse of Washington is one of them. Last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capital. And he did nothing to stop it. That is why, with a heavy heart and clear resolved I will vote Yes, on these articles of impeachment. Next all eyes turn to the U. S. Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell office says the body won't convene before January. 19th and McConnell says he has not decided how he will vote. McConnell is said.
"newhouse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"This includes live entertainment with very tight restrictions, which we're talking about ticketing groups of 10 as well a certain fitness programs. The new plan divides the state into regions instead of counties. All are in phase one to start. He says regions will move into Phase two Based on covert cases, hospitalizations and ICU capacity. Many frontline health care workers are receiving their second dose of the Corona virus vaccine this week as Cairo seven TV's Graham Johnson reports that is revealing some flaws in the distribution system. The head of the state's Hospital association said shipping estimates are so unreliable Most hospitals aren't scheduling vaccination clinics until they have the vials in the freezer. It's a little bit clunky at this point in a New year's Eve scramble. Multicare sent 100 doses to Capitol Medical Center to cover for a clinic scheduled the next morning, and that's happening on the state after vaccinating almost all the people in 18 Hospital leaders now wait for ST Guidance on who gets it. Next he signed on to a Texas lawsuit challenging election results. But Washington representative Day Dan Newhouse says he will not be joining the Republican effort to block President elect Biden tomorrow. CBS is Nicole Killian has more on that brewing battle. Congress has said to certify the electoral college results, but about a dozen GOP senators and 140 House Republicans say they plan to object to President elect Biden's win, Vice President elect Kamila Harris told reporters. We will be inaugurated period. Nicole Killian. CBS News The polls have closed in Georgia. With the results too close to call today, the state held runoff elections for each of its two U. S. Senate seats. If the Republican incumbents are re elected, the GOP will retain power in the Senate. Let's go to Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. Tracy Taylor, get US home..
I stepped out of grief -- by dancing with fire
"When i was six years old our house caught fire and my mother died. It was a cold february night in michigan. Our chimney had recently been fixed so we had a warm fire going in the fireplace. My younger sister. And i were sitting next to our dog and coloring with a brand new box of colored pencils when mom said it was time for bed. We'd planned to go up north at night for a weekend of snowmobiling and sledding. But it was already dark and snowing outside so we decided to leave the next morning. Instead we went upstairs brush. Our teeth climbed into bed. My sister's room right next to the stairs and mine at the far end of the hallway. Our parents tucked us in kissed us. Good night then. Left the door open just a crack and the hallway light on as always was in the middle of the night. I woke up sweating confused. Because i couldn't see that hallway light. I started shouting for my parents. Until finally i heard words that i'll never forget dave. It's a fire. We later found out that our fire from earlier had burned through an unrepaired crack in the chimney causing the fireplace doors to explode and fire to just pour into the living room. I remember my mom running down to my sister's room frantically searching for her and finally finding her on the floor. I crawled after her and my hands and knees trying not to breathe in the smoke. I remember standing next to my sister's room trying to turn on that hallway light but it was already on. I just couldn't see it because the smoke was so thick. I remember feeling the heat of the fire on my skin and a hearing the sound of it as it climbed up the stairs. My dad ran down to my bedroom window as an escape route but it was february and it was frozen shut. Eventually he broke the window and prior to open his arms and hands covered glass and cuts. He lifted my sister and me onto an opening under the window and told us to shout for help. Not seeing my mom. He considered going back into the fire to find her but after looking at my sister and may huddled together on that roof and knowing that neither of them may make it out he stayed with us calling her name through the window instead after a few minutes. A man driving on the street saw the smoke and fire drove onto. Our lawn climbed onto the roof of his car and told us to jump into his arms. We'd never seen him before and even though he saved our lives we never saw him again. We were brought over to a neighbor's house. While dad continue to weigh on the roof from my mom reaching his arms and hands through the window and into the fire calling her name over and over he said later that when the fire department arrived they carried him down the ladder just as a lower level windows shattered and burst into flames. It took the fire department longer to find my mom. She'd bet on the floor of my bedroom. The entire time pinned down by a dresser that had fallen on her leg. We think she went back to look for our dog but by the time the fire department reached them. It was too late. She died on the way to the hospital. Dad was in critical condition with smoke inhalation and burns and cuts over third of his body. He spent nearly a month in the hospital. Unable to attend mum's funeral and undergoing multiple excruciating skin graft surgeries. My sister and i stayed with a neighbor across the street but we would sit in front of their living room window for hours just staring at the remains of our burnt home. After a few days it became evident that we would need to go and say within different family friends. The next few years were tough as a single father of two young girls. Dad did his very best to provide for us. As we all try to grieve and recover we began to move on and this new reality. Dad baden newhouse down the street without a fireplace and eventually remarried. My sister and i excelled in school. I was a cheerleader. And she rode horses and played in the band
"newhouse" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"With the opening of the schools. Why Why this is unavoidable. Because we have an EGO ick unhealthy egoistic male structure that says No. I know better not no. No I'M NOT GONNA listen to common sense. I know better. And I want people to see this not from a place of judgment because my first place was like. Why I mean like go of course, and then I go to over myself and I said all right Ellen. What do you think? Here's what I think. I think anybody that would make that initial decision. Comes from a place of such deep insecurity fearful in fear. All arrogance resides itself in insecurity and fear. So first of all, I WANNA say as we look at in, discuss the demise of the patriarchy. I want to send love. To anybody still caught in that. Structure. To the people who made the decision in Georgia? After I got over my judgement and my anger. I WANNA. Send you. Love. Because I know that there is something wrong that you would put your children at risk. And when we're willing. To put children in society at risk the way we do so often these days. There's something systemically wrong and when we're out of balanced that much. Nobody wins. So we are in. So for those people who are afraid of what's going on right now? No, no. Don't be frightened. Please look at the the. Everything, that's breaking down knowing that something much healthier is being born. And healing is really really really messy. It's ugly. It doesn't look pretty. You know it's sad. Sad tears bad-looking. But what comes next is incredible beauty. So I think we're moving into such a beautiful time. Ellen. Thank you clay. Thank you. That was magnificent. Thank you everybody and we will see you next time..
"newhouse" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"At for anybody WHO's listening please don't buy into the breakdown. That's all I wanNA. Say. To go through this, it's a necessary part of the healing, but I am beyond hopeful for the new world that we're all in the midst of creating and you guys you guys are doing I was so excited to be on this today because I love what you're doing. I. So love it. Hi. This is Clay Boykin and I am in search of the new Compassionate Mail today my producer Dennis. Don. And I had the opportunity to visit with writer author actor Healer and coach. Ellen newhouse. All I can say is wow. Here's that conversation. Hello World It's me dentist and we are in search of the new compassionate male I am the producer I'm here with Klay Boykin high clay, the founder eight Dennis how you doing Today. We have the magnificent Ellen newhouse as our guest today. How did you to meet? You know I was looking back in my records and it was July of twenty seventeen in somebody connected us and we had a conversation and we said you know let's get your people in my people together and they'll set something up and we'll talk. Three years later here we are. Finally. We get to talk that you were going down at the time to La I think and you were working on A. A. One person one show get show in the house. Oh my gosh that's freight. So I was just in the beginning of that and we finally got going well, we've been working on it for three years and all last year in two thousand, nineteen I have been performing the show which I never intended to perform it. I thought she was writing it for somebody else to perform. So and. So we we workshop in the beginning of Nineteen. We opened it in La in some month of twenty nineteen I could no longer remember and then. We got invited to New York to open on theatre row. You guys June sixteenth. Wow in Cova de but it's okay. It's so much good for me has come out of Cova time and I. This time has been such a rich rich rich time for me and so all is well, we will open when the time is right that much I do now but I'm in the midst of writing new show that I am so excited about Oh my glitzy, you've written shows you got books out, you're working on another two books. What are you doing in the afternoons? I say to people. This is my down time really has felt that way I know in looking at what you guys have been doing that in a way I don't know how you feel but don't you feel like this has been a call to go deeper to. Don't you I spent I mean son up I'm on the back patio through the heat of the day sundown I come in two times a day sun up and sundown, and it is such a gift. Able to do that if I've been on the road again, this year I would have..
"newhouse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It's fine. It's not fine, but it's something you kind of accept. But it kind of goes in line with the The commoditization of us as athletes in sports where we are products were exchanged with from team officials like a like a product like toys to a certain degree over expendable assets, and fans have have kind of bought into that over the years that there's like a dehumanization of Football player specifically when it comes to things that we do on the field. Any football player before he put the helmet on. Especially NFL, understands that there's inherent risk in playing football. Physically short turn long term emotionally, all that stuff. We know what we're getting. We signed up for what we're getting on until you know they start their settlements like I mentioned in my first week. That was the whole problem with guys will still have to play football. We would just like to know everything humanly possible that we're this for and in this moment, we're in a pandemic. Which has, you know, Start off Definitely Vic and is now global, and that makes it a pandemic. But we're one the only countries who has refused to kind of get a grip on the reality of what we're in. So you at your active players. To show up to work in a requires a lot of contact. Close quarters, proximity, sweat, spit blood, all that stuff that we signed up for normally. On to do that, under the umbrella of a pandemic that we just don't have control because think about a region by region. Some started off bad dude of all kinds of variables and are now better. Some start off good and they're now bad and everywhere in between, and you're asking us to just show up like none of that is happening, and it's just kind of beyond the Like you said. It's just The metal of the magic that people play to justify. It is kind of disheartening, but again, that's Twitter. That's not a regular patient of the public and hole. But you kind of take it a little great assault. You know, Some people are just They're dead set on just getting it wrong. Having these these these strawman argument and things from out of left field, so is what it is, but I think I made a statement because it just felt like it needed to be said. Despite maybe not a large percent of people believing it, but people do believe it about here. Yeah. Clearly what you're stating. There is a perspective. A lot of players share in terms of tell me what I'm risking. And I'll tell you if I'm willing to risk it. And for how much I'm willing for Marshall Appreciate the time and you get hit marshal up on Twitter. Beware. He does have fire back him. Newhouse 73 at M. Newhouse. 73. Marsh appreciate the time and best look going forward. Appreciate. He was great. Always great to hear insight from somebody who is dealing with it. Somebody who is right in the thick of it. We appreciate Marshall joining the show. All right, We're gonna have some fun coming up next on game night. Michael, Are you ready to pack your suitcase for a theoretical bubble? If you're not ready, you have a couple of minutes to get ready. We're going to tell you our must have items that we would bring with us if we were quarantine in the bubble. That's next on ESPN radio. He's Michael leaves. I'm Eliza Lang will be right back. Sports Breaking news his life. Keep it going, guys. Great guys in the morning, the biggest names in the game Hey, thank you guys for all your colic, and we go Monday morning on ESPN Radio. Me and people will quit that judge you based on hearsay without even knowing who that individually from.
Players plead with NFL to address health, safety concerns
"Training camps, getting hopefully close, there's growing concern among players about the league's safety and health protocol with over 19 coming into deep questions. There's NFL offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse. And there are things that we've asked for. Um, we haven't come to an agreement on about simple health, not simple but legitimate health. Protocol concerns for the workplace.
"newhouse" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To an inch, okay? Um, set sizeable. Um, I would say. How long is that talking? Oh, The short period, about for about 56 Five or six feet. I've got. I've got two different sets of steps going up. Two different sliding doors and each. Each of those. The steps is about five feet long against Newhouse. What? Answer your question, Removing it. I kind of answered nothing easy about that. But that's how you would remove it. And in terms of what to use, I would use a A. You're a thing talking now There's multiple ones out there. You're thin or silicone. Um, I would put a what they call backer rot in there in a back. A rod is like it's a cock savor its a foam roping thatyou can pushed down into the crevice. Otherwise, you're just wasting that talking that That caulking is actually adhering to the sides of the openings, not the surface. So you push that in, you know, get it. Ah, you know 1/2 inch deep in there and then just put a beat of a silicone cocking. It comes in a black It comes in a clear or a urethane, which is usually a clear or grey. And fill that with that your thing has the best flexibility. And Ah also has the best adhesion. All right, can I All right. Very good. Were hitting a little delay there. I don't know. One thanks can appreciate it and you pay attention to what your temperature limitations.
House Democrats unveil police reform bill
"House and Senate Democrats proposed a sweeping police reform bill today hoping to turn the energy from growing nationwide protests over racial injustice and police misconduct into concrete legal changes that could make it easier to prosecute ensued law enforcement officers the justice in policing act which changed the definition of criminal misconduct for police so instead of willfully violating constitutional rights an officer could be charged after doing so with knowing or reckless disregard it would also curtail qualified immunity a defense created by the Supreme Court that often successfully employed by law enforcement to stop civil suits alleging violations of constitutional rights the doctor has become very controversial over the years and the Supreme Court may decide this week whether to re examine it my guest is former federal prosecutor George Newhouse a Richards Carrington explained what qualified immunity is ET your date a legal doctrine created by the court but basically holds that the law enforcement and state officials have a community which means they can't be sued for their discretionary actions okay recalling action taken by police officers and affecting around unless their actions violated clearly established constitutional law or other right in in the fact that that the officers acted outrageously and it's been used to basically be okay now the defense in the criminal aspect officers are charged at the end search the Minneapolis Star with criminal violations of law qualified immunity no application but it has been used frequently to make it very difficult to suit local officials for violating constitutional right so under qualified immunity plaintiffs have to show that officers violated clearly established rights but has that hurdle become so high that courts are requiring prior court rulings with almost identical fax exactly in the doctrine is by the way clearly on its way out there's a bill pending in Congress as a result of the George Floyd killing to eliminate it at the doctrine in federal court which Congress has the power to do it and as well the Supreme Court has nine Kalka nine separate cases pending review at the Supreme Court the court has decided to accept any of the cases but they are clearly thinking about it well the doctor seems to be on its way out but it's been criticized because basically the way the law is now involved this clearly established you know log means there needs to be a court decision pretty much on the lawyers call on point meaning completely applicable under the fact though that if someone is accused of violating a constitutional right but there's no court has ever said that to the behavior violates the constitution then the officer without a qualified immunity and the court the judge on a motion for summary judgment and dismissed the lawsuit that's been criticized as being ridiculous and probably the best example about it Alabama case involving active in the present context your discipline of the prisoners they would lock them up literally you know you can close out in the yard seems to be cool and useful most people and they'll they sued claiming that this form of punishment walking about the yard during that summer day what's called a neutral and violated their constitutional rights and the court now well actually there's no court case thank you exactly okay it's not it's been taken to a third reach this was created by the Supreme Court in the sixties when was the last time the court ruled on this our great great great question the case involved album out of the civil rights cases in nineteen fifty seven okay called Pearson versus rate handed down by chief warrant on the court basically held allowed a police officer who arrested a civil rights protester a group of ministers who won't want to do going to the segregated a waiting room in a bus station in the court that their look alarm this case was unconstitutional we later held back by the time the police officers could not possibly have known that so we are giving them the qualified immunity it's been applied a number of times most recently only a few years ago in two thousand one and there was a case called harbor Gerald where the court basically change the standard that's when it created the the new standard which is backed up in order to lose the qualified immunity the law had been clearly established by prevailing law which basically means the court they're going to hear two
"newhouse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Once again and Marshall Newhouse my gas Marshall great job when I step in the program I appreciate that thank you thank you good job Marshall Newhouse as I mentioned at this time you can get lots of different conversations really good conversations yeah we're going to our number three and the phone lines are open you can get a lot of really good conversations like that one and then a lot of really bad emails like this one Iran me with all the sports cancellations more of us in less of you isn't looking so bad now is it it's our time to shine resurrect the hack off signed G. off in like in war me going deep in the jungle March madness hack off bracket I first of all do you be a one seed to win that thing and by winning it that's a bad thing we had to hack off back in the day really quickly it was the first cousin of the smack off the smack off was for the best of the best and the hack off was for the worst of the worst and we have the hack offline to decide what's a what's winning call is it the best of the worst in other words is it the most horrible terrible call or is the winner of the hack off supposed to be the worst of the worst the worst call of the worst callers and it turned out to be that so when I say Gee off your one seed that makes you the worst of the worst thing about me resurrecting the hack off and you of all people to bring that up I don't need to G. off every time you email me a miniature hack off breaks out in you win it every single time you're the goat bro your gym no gatherings of fifty or more fans no problem signed local bands during west LA all right I see a contact you in what you do go ahead do what you want out of a three I've done all three interviews we are open phones next hour you're in the jungle I am Jim Rome we continue live from southern California next texting rolls you into reoccurring automated text messages message and data rates may apply one more rep you got this there it is nice work in Europe thanks man I feel better than I have in years and I gotta tell you taking to Gen X. makes a huge difference for me the Jennings that's the testosterone booster with TV ads with Frank Thomas the big hurt right this is a legit product the key ingredient is testified which helps boost free testosterone levels can increase lean muscle mass well it's clearly working for you they are they still giving out complimentary bottles for people to try it for themselves yeah new Gen X. is a great way to increase lean muscle and feel stronger with more energy and insurance and I need to get a complimentary bottle in the Jackson probably just got a sentiment text text break to four two four.
"newhouse" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Oh for sure for for sure so this so unlike my first surgery this surgery will involve removing The cushion like the GEL like cushioning discs between each vertebrae and so to do that. They have to go through the front so anterior through my belly. The risk with that is that you're a Orta in your Vena Cava the two largest veins arteries in your body lay right on top of your spine right in that area. So there's a a big risk of you know you can bleed out and you can die but if they make a wrong move and if somebody had one too many cups of coffee that morning and they get a little jittery you know you laugh. But that's that's scary. What can't you do though? What can you do I mean you can I i? I'm trying to look at this. I am a firm firm believer that your attitude going into something like that is a huge determining factor for what your successes words. If I go into this thinking my life is over. I'll never be able to do this and do that. Then I'm going to come out a victim and I choose not to be a victim. Will they have limitations. Yeah are they insurmountable. Well I'm I'm pretty sure I won't be able to paint my toenails for the rest of my life but yeah I mean all of your all of my bending because I will be extending that metal in my back all the way down to my pelvis and then six inch screws on each side of my pelvis to preserve my hips. I have my bending will will be limited to basically a dead lift I will be dead lifting everything for the rest of my life. What's that GONNA mean for the farm and what you do in the farm I don't know I don't know I mean a lot of my a lot of my job right now is being behind a desk so I don't I think it'll change that aspect as much. I think I will have more of a self precisely like we were talking about bubbles. I think I'll have a bigger bubble around myself as far as okay if this you know. I need to protect myself in these certain situations. Like if you're out with the cows yeah if I'm out with the cows or if I'm in a pen with cows I can't I I probably won't be letting myself shimmy between a cow and offense really fast you know just. I need to protect what I've worked so hard to have. I my husband and I called cows. They're like giant cats. They're really really curious. But there it's an interest. Cows are so interesting interesting because they're they're curious yet timid It I just love cows and such a nerd I just love gals. When did you realize that the you've loved cows that you were a dairy farmer here? A kid who grew up in the suburbs of Portland Man I ooh it have have to be it. It has to be when I when we first visited the dairy farm at W. my first dairy very videri memory was we would always go to church on Sunday and then we go grocery shopping and it was like a block away so we'd go and get her groceries. I always knew when we were getting to the dairy aisle. Not because I saw the mill case you know in the the dairy section but above the mill case there was this mural of these green hills in this Red Barn and a nice sunshiny sky. Hi which is awesome and these cows and then there were these cow butts above the mill case in the tales would wag and so my first very vivid dairy memory was. This is milk comes from this. Is You know. Yeah the House right there and it just plus as a five year old or whatever you're like this is where milk combs room and it's just so funny to think that Oh man. Do I have to admit how old I am. However many years later that I'm on the other side of I went from consumer to producer and consumer? So it's awesome. You see you doing this for the rest of your life. Yeah Lord Willing. You know it's hard. It's hard right now. There's a lot of a lot of pressures from a lot of different angles. That make it hard food so many codes. Do you guys have right now. We're milk so we milk about eight hundred fifty We have right around one hundred and fifty dry cows so cows. That are about two months away from calving. We give them kind of a two month break from producing milk. Just let them recharge and reboot batteries and that kind of stuff Milk eight fifty hundred fifty are dry As far as replacements so are heard of heifers so any any any calf. That's an hour old up to a half for who isn't producing milk it. That's just about to have her first the baby we have probably about one thousand. It's a year round day in day out keep on keeping on KINDA system. So what about your kids will you. If things continue to go yeah I would say well but yeah I know how anything good days and bad days all the time with farming. If things continue to go forward right with the farm. You're going to encourage them to do that. Oh for sure for sure I don't. I don't think that my husband had any outright eight pressured to come back to the farm I think my my both of my in laws made it very clear to him like we want you to go to school. We want you to discover what your calling in is and if it happens to be the farm then great come back you know But I think he for himself felt a very strong poll to come back to the farm so so he's passionate about it. Oh for sure. Yeah Yeah for sure so I think with our kids. We ever really talked about that. We're just trying to survive toddler hood day in day out because yeah it's crazy but no I. We would definitely definitely. I think our goal with our kids to encourage hard work And I feel like going through. That is one of the huge differences. I see in my husband and I he grew up working. I did not I my I got my first job. When I was fifteen he'd he he had already been working for five years? He was already saving up money for his first car. You know there's just regional and Whatever for for whatever reason differences in how kids are raised and I I am so thankful for how I was raised with my parents but in a way I wish I could do it all all over as an egg kid? There's just such a hard working down to earth work ethic that I admire and that even though I did not grow and add kid I strive to have that for myself and for my children It's not like you go to school. You come home and you work till eleven o'clock tonight and then you go to bed and then you go to school and you know. There's I think he you gain a lot. I think you gain a lot of okay I am. I am earning my away. It's not being given to me and that's not to say that non AG. I'm not I'm not trying to say that non kids get things handed to them but they're are you value things so much differently when you know the work you put into it. It's like in going to college. My husband been had to pay for fifty percent of his college tuition so he was working for me My parents had saved some funds. Ever since I was born born and we use those and then we took out loans so then I had student loans to pay Looking back on it. I wish I would have paid for part of my way through school because because I feel like in the mornings when I had a six o'clock class I was like I can catch up on later. No big deal whereas my husband. He's like no gosh darn it. I'm paying fifty percent of my education like I need to go to that class so I think there's a huge value in working for white light you have. I wouldn't underestimate it or undervalue. It for anything not at all so long to move back to the city. No and I I know that it is for. I mean a lot of people are drawn to IT I. It's interesting to see Portland now. I grew up in Portland. It's interesting to see Portland now. From from this perspective we we drive through the gorge to go visit my parents. They still live in Portland. We drive through the gorge. We start getting a little white knuckle because we know the traffic's coming and we're like there's so many people there are so many cars you know and it's I I don't know I like having my space. It's my wide open space and it's just so I feel like I can breathe here. Meanwhile my my dad when I told him when I was back in school my dad was like you're going to. You're going to do what he's like. I I raised you at Portland like what happened. Why are you why? And and I'm just like I don't no no I'm just following. What I feel is right like and this is what I love? And he's like I just don't get it I don't understand what did I do wrong and I'm just sitting here going. I don't I think he did anything wrong. I think we're fine. You know so. Were they not supportive. When you decided you wanted to marry this dairy farm kid move to the country? I think they didn't understand. I think they've always been supportive but they didn't understand. Well thank you for opening up and sharing a bit of your story. Good luck to you you too with the whole surgery thing. Thanks thanks. We're GONNA take it as it comes and it can only get better so and hopefully it's it. It goes smoothly and the result. You heal up and you have as much movement as possible and you don't have to worry about these things. Yeah I might have gotten gotten myself out of Buchan. Hey for the rest of my life but also be there. This is the real food real people. podcast these are the stories of the people who grow your food. Jessica is just so tough seriously I I. I couldn't do what she does. I am really inspired by her. Awesome attitude with everything. She's had to deal with. Thank you for joining us this week and make sure to subscribe the real food real people.
"newhouse" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"He would sit in his little chair on my desk and talk about like I I have a boss. I mean my boss is my father in law. He's the owner but talk about somebody like expiring at you or are you going to get your work today like a two month old just kind of doing nothing staring but he ended up going to daycare so I could work fulltime and so with our daughter being a technically preemies A healthy preemies but a preemie. I stayed home with her for a few weeks. And then I was like I need to get back to work. I can't do this. I love you but I need to get back to the gals so then we went back to work. And I started having a lot of pain that I had had after our son was born a lot of the nerve pain and a lot of pain like right in my hip And I was like great. This pain is back and at going backwards after after my son was born. They found that my lowest lumbar vertebrae is compressing. The disc the inner intervertebral disc this kind of the spongy cushion that it shares with my sacred and so that disco was pushing on one. My sciatic nerve causes the Sciatica so nice thing experience like fire just running through your legs and so I had a epidurals steroid injection for that. which relieves the pain eighteen and then I got pregnant and then with the limited real estate of the human body everything kind of everything kind of went? Okay we're going to stay in. This is position because we have to carry a baby. You know So then when our daughter was born everything had more room to relax and loosen and so then all that pain started coming back so I had another x Ray done thinking that we would have another injection only to find that. My scoliosis has gotten a lot worse. which opens opens a whole other host of issues now scoliosis? That's that's something you find out you have when you're a kid right if I remember. I think it was like fifth grade. They were doing scoliosis. Screening yeah in this awkward thing where you had to like. Take your shirt off and they had to look at your back and I think everybody up in the gym for that and they're like. Hey everybody you know like obviously boys with boys and girls girls. I had been complaining of really low kind of back pain. Usually it's not not symptomatic. And you start noticing difference in shoulder height or difference in your waist falls compared to your left side versus your right side and and if you bend over typically you have what they call a rib hump which is so scoliosis is really a three dimensional problem. It's where your the vertebrae that make up your spine curve and then they also twist and rotate. So it's a three dimensional issue view and the RIB Hump Comes from the third dimension. Which is the twisting of your vertebrae? So as you're vertebrae twist off center they rotate and twist Your rib-cage off center. Honor which makes it look like a hump on your one side Mine so we found out when I was in sixth grade and we tried at that time the curbs herbs were not bad enough that they wanted to do surgery right away so I wore this rigid torso brace for all summer. Still insisted on doing horse camp so I was riding and horses all wearing this rigid torso plastic brace but despite all that my curves kept getting worse and so that's when they said you know you're GonNa need surgery. What was that like at twelve years old to have a I? I was actually coincidentally having this discussion with my mom last last night as I'm prepping for this next surgery I feel like and there. I don't know how much you can really tell a twelve year old at that point you don't want to keep them completely blind situation because it's their body and they have a right to know But I remember not not really getting I remember thinking. I'm getting filtered answers to my questions because they don't WanNa scare me and I'm like well darn it you know were you scared. was there any sort of fear I I think I think there was. I think I think it was the unknown. You know in a in a way Eh being naive and not knowing what it was going to be like on the other side was kind of a blessing to you know I think I think at I. I remember being in the car with my mom when they diagnosed me and we were headed home Because I hadn't been to a FIZZ. Like my pediatrician. For years. Because I was so healthy. And that's I think my one. My parents one big regret is they. Were like we should have been taking you in. Even though you weren't don't sick you know we should have been taking in for yearly checks. It just wasn't something they thought of. But I remember being in the car when we were I I when I was first diagnosed. Jason saying to my mom like what the kids are GonNa make fun of me. That was the second thing I was thinking about. It was first being scared about it. And secondly I remember being so painfully insecure at that time going into Middle School Ruutel leaving sixth grade. I mean this was at a time where I was leaving elementary school and going into middle school and I was like yeah and then and then all the sudden this happens and I'm like Oh wait you know 'cause my when you see these Subtle differences that scoliosis gives unless it's really severe and really progressive really fast. It's hard to notice unless you know what you're looking for. It's hard to notice notice so it was one of those situations where I'm sure looking back on it once. I knew that I had it and I stared at myself in the mirror. I'm like Oh this is so so obvious. You know everybody's going to see it keyed in on it right exactly but yeah like I. I was talking with my mom last night in gearing up for this next surgery I was thinking like. Do you remember me being scared at all that morning. Going into it. She's like no. You were really quiet just kind of like Kay if we gotta do this. There's there's no really I mean there wasn't option not to do it for my long term health. There was no option and in surgery they are. I don't know if this is correct term but fillet would be a good would be a good term. I mean my scar runs from depending on where your curve is it. It runs from the base of your base of my neck to about the middle about where my waist is and they basically open and remove part of the bony projections on your individual vertebrae to make room for these rods. These titanium rods that stretch from like I said the base of my next act about my waist and they put screws and your vertebrae with hooks. And then it's so medieval describing this but have these rods attached to these hooks to base force your spine the straighten and then they took part of my Elliott Crest. which is the top portion of your hip I'm kind of this kind of paste or jelly and then basically stuffed it in between all those vertebrae really to encourage those bones to fuse together into one long column of bone essentially so by the end of that. I think the that surgery was ten. Ten eleven hours long and I was two inches taller getting wheeled out as opposed to going in and then between between two thousand and three and twenty nineteen my lumbar. So the curve unfazed beneath my current hardware hardware has gone from twenty to forty. So we're back to a little back to where we started. Maybe a little worse. And that's what's been causing housing you. Yeah so much pain yeah. The pain like Gosh it depends I mean the the SCIATICA is constant with more aggravated it kind of activity so like Buchan. Hey and you know moving cows and milking cows at it. I know that I'm going to hurt later by car. Your legs feeling like they're on fire right now sitting here. Oh Yeah Yep ROC and it's a different kind of pain sitting versus standing or standing versus walking essentially the only pain-free like avenue that I have is laying down watching Netflix. So at least there's that there's that but seriously like yeah. You're pretty happy person. Most of the time when I've seen you if I was in pain all the time you wouldn't WanNa talk to me because I would be so. Just just grumpy and angry my wick is short my wake and that was kind of one of my reasons for doing the surgery now My husband was like this is not at long term. Not Sustainable. Now it's the pain already limits me and what I physically can do And just you know when you're in in pain you're crabby. You're just not happy. I mean you're happy but it's your tolerance for different things get shorter shorter and so at this point. It's a self preservation technique. We know that unless this new fusion happens mice mine will continue to do wild elden wonky. Things come hecker high water you know. Maybe that's just the nature of the beast. And so if I know it's only gonNA get worse. Why not not go through three or four months of trial and tribulation to solve the problem once and for all? That's what I was GONNA ask. How bad is it going to be? I'm hoping that it'll it'll be. The pain will be less than the first time. I remember waking up delirious from payments on the first first time screaming at my parents take him out. Take him out. Take him out because you are. It's like you're being stretched. The your body is forced to being stretched And so I'm hoping that it is better this time. I would hope that pain. Mitigation in hospitals has come a long way in sixteen. Seventeen years. There's but yeah it's going to be three round three to four months of no bending lifting or twisting so anything you no as far down standing up or sitting down as far as I can reach versus as far as I in both directions. That's what I'm going to be limited to. Which means no picking up my baby off the floor No dishwasher holder at all. I'll be able to hold her if somebody gives her to me. I can always sickly. Sit here and say hey. Could you hear me me my baby please. which you'll be hard but I would rather do this when the kids won't remember and You know so that when they get older and and they want me to teach them soccer or swimming or anything like that that all have limitations. But I'll be pain-free or the risks going into the surgery..
"newhouse" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Correctly invokes pressure on her quote unquote bubble. Every cow has this comfort bubble. And if you move human indust anti some larger than others of somewhere close talker right right. I know a couple. All those are their cows. That are like close talkers. Yeah there are like Hey I'm gonNA share my opinion with you and others are like Nagy. Stay okay over there. We're good. So how did you get to be in this position on this farm your own it now now. So how do you both you and your husband. Well my husband's been work. If he were here he would probably correct me but I think since he was ten he was working on the farm. I don't know when he started getting paid but I know that he he started working on the farm. You know I know how that goes so he was. He's been working on the so far since he was a kid and we actually met up at W. in pullman and I went to I grew up in Portland so in the I like to. They call it the concrete suburbs where your neighbor was literally like close talking right next to you. You live that close to each other so you didn't grow up on a far. You're absolutely not now and I never thought I would end up here but I love it. I absolutely love it and you meet W Asu yes you meet this farmer. Okay Yeah your husband. Yeah how does it go from there. Oh Gosh so we met. We knew of each other in our like animal animal science one on one class. We were at the sheep lab. And there's this pen with this one ram which is a male male sheep relaxing better term And so they asked for two volunteers and he hops in and I I feel so bad things but he hops even like man. This guy needs help. I just so I just top in there with him. I'm like you have to understand. I sat in the front of the class for all the lectures. He was in the back making wise cracks Just kind of paying attention and I was like okay. I'm going to go in and out this guy so we get in the pen and I don't know whether you want the PG version or whether you want the little more like scientific analytical version of this. But I'll anyway so he the lab director says you're GonNa do you know what you're doing today and he and my husband Says No. You haven't told us yet. And that's when I knew I was like this guy's quick like like he puts things is together really fast and his head And he said well here take this tape measure so he gives my husband the tape measure. Meanwhile this ram is still standing here. And I'm like I can see the writing on the wall like what we're doing and my husband takes a tape measure. He's like so. What are we going to do in the last leader says you're going to measure the reproductive Efficiency Agency of this ramp by measuring testicular circumference? I'm like okay. We're doing this. My husband my non boyfriend at the time looked at the tape measure and looked at me and then just without a word so did you really know each other at all. No we didn't know each other at all. We love each other but we didn't know each other and here you are about to measure as yeah sheep's private parts and he looks at the tape. Measure looks at me and without a word just hands it to me. And I'm like alrighty I guess we're doing so he basically then volunteered to just hold the ram make sure he wasn't going anywhere are and I got on my hands and knees and did the did the dirty work and then I think it was either that day or the next day that he knew some people that lived on my floor in the dorm and he brought over Costco Lasagna and I kind of crashed the party. And then we just started hanging out from the non and then Gosh over time time it evolved into. He started working at the dairy center at W. and then I quickly followed suit and started working there and then he started living being there in the apartment above the parlor so when I would finish with calf chores and it was so cold in the winter I knew I had a place I was like. Okay I can go upstairs and I can cuddle and get warm before my first class so there were perks to that. This was before or after you were official. We were dating. ooh At the time we were officially dating. It was facebook official. No so gosh. So then we worked there together and then we got engaged a year before we graduated and at that time we both I think it was kind of unspoken at first that we were gonNA come back to the dairy. He kind of told me after we started meeting after we started dating like. Hey my family has dairy farm. You know and by that time I knew ooh that I wanted to be in dairy. I didn't go to. WBZ thinking that. I was going to be dairy when I was growing up. I always felt I always felt more connected with animals than I did with people. Uh Not that. I'm not a people person. I love people but I just felt like I had more stronger. Comfort level with people or with animals. Sorry but So I knew from early on that I wanted to go to Vet School and my dad and my grandpa and my uncle all went to Oregon State and I my personality is oh well if you guys are all going to do that. I'm going to do the exact opposite. I just need out like I need to go somewhere else. And so on an offhand comment somebody he had said Oh w up in poem has agreed that school. I'm like sold. Sign me up golf and it was the drive up there when I was gonNA move into the dorms that I realized like Oh. There's nothing out here. I'm like what did I do you know. And but he moved in and I I had this. I was so naive in a way we started classes and I was like I'm GonNa work on cats and dogs and if by all means that's what you WanNa do and that's what you want to go to vet school for awesome super. WC great place for it. But then the I guess I should have gone the biology route maybe getting into the act. Yeah 'cause I we went into animal science. I think one of the first labs that we did was that the dairy farm there in pullman and I I don't know I just got hooked so when you say the dairy farm farm that's W. W. C. has a dairy farm not dairy center. Yep and so that. That's where students run the whole thing basically told basically. Yeah it's GONNA trade trade try different stuff. Yeah so it's a it's a dairy center the WTO has had for. Oh Gosh I don't know how long decades and and then the milk from all of the cows at WC goes to the creamery there on campus. So they make old cheese the Ferdinand's ice cream and all that stuff. Somebody hasn't had cougar. Gold before who you know if someone how is someone hasn't been need to go out and find themselves I think you can order it online or you can order it online. You got it you gotta try that. Yeah his incredible. I WanNa say we actually so the in the dorms you have this dining hall account and if you have any surplus at the end of the year it just goes poof it goes disappears or you can use it up. How the phone? My my boyfriend at the time. Now my now husband comes in. He's like I bought Sixteen Kanza Cougar Gold and we still have them in our fridge. Bridge Lake six seven years later so they age really dice. You wanted to leave. What's what's it like after age aged that long does it get sharper and sharper? I don't I think so. I think a little bit. I think it depends on what variety you're putting in there You know that's in the CAN Dan. I think I don't know like a crimson fire which is a more spicy version of the cheap one of the cheeses that they make. I don't think it gets spicier. I think it just gets. It's more sharp but it's a really good really good so going way back to the health stuff this nerve thing going on. Yeah they figure out. It's this this now. What was it called again? figure out that it's not John Beret. Was the conversion version. Disorders was Ernie risk to. You're still still in the womb baby point or no that was purely just me. So what what what were they saying about the pregnancy at that point the good good yes she was doing fine. Yeah and so. After spending two weeks in spokane came home and and they they said Oh. This should never happen again. I'm like excellent went. Great Cross that off the bucket list and so he come home and just get back to work and do and everything and she was due in July. I think I think so. Basically so then I went in fast forward and months and months and months and we ended up. Our daughter ends up showing up six weeks ahead of schedule Our big thing at that point was that her lungs were enough. Well enough developed that she could breathe on her own. And Lord Almighty did she come out screaming so that's when I knew I'm like okay. Lungs are good. I don't know what else is wrong. The lungs Irvine so yes. She was on room air she didn't need supplemental oxygen at all her main hurdle in getting being released from the nick. You was just learning how to eat so she she was in a huge rush to get here and then we spent forty four days up in the nick you month month and a half forty four days in the hospital or jail depending on how you look at that is one of the. Yeah one of the lake has it has to be brutal brutal brutal. It's this. It was hard for me and it was hard for My husband too because she just wasn't real real like she's real to the point where you know you've had your baby. Let me hold her for a couple of minutes before they had to take her to the nick. You and then I could hold her afterwards. Words you know But she just didn't feel real. I mean you prep your home and you think oh the cribs already the sheets around it. Everything's ready to go. And then you have your baby and then you come home and your baby's not here and you're just sitting here going. Wait wait. Where's my baby you know? And it was so she was in the nick. You who cry and tri-cities forty-five minutes away and you were having to come home. Yeah I would go every day. I try to be there for at so I would take our our son to daycare and that's where he normally went so that I could go to work I would take him to daycare drive forty five minutes to go see her be there for two or three feedings and then be back in time to pick him up and then come home and then do it all over again. Forty four days in a row Who's covering all your stuff on the farm? My husband it got him out of harvest equipment. He got to be the office ladies for a little of it. He liked it and who took care of the harvest equipment then so arteries in a unique situation where we dairy but we also do custom harvesting okay so we for our own cows. We harvest thousand acres randomly dispersed throughout the area And it grows corn. We grow Alfalfa we grow rotate Kaley. I don't think we grow any other form of grass But and so we do that we we are so we. In Spring and fall we have to harvest our own feed for our own. Cow's milk cows day in day out there's no seasonality in that and then we do custom harvesting for other farms two so. Your daughter was born super early. But that wasn't it for two thousand eighteen and it's health issues for you right now. So the punches kept coming. Yeah yeah it was crazy the so when she came home. I I did a few weeks at with. I think I was home with our son for for two. Maybe three months he was actually coming to the dairy with me and I was doing. I would actually clear off a bunch of records off my desk and he..
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"And they basically open and remove part of the bony projections on your individual vertebrae to make room for these titanium rods. That stretch from like I said at the base of my neck about my waist. This is the real food real people. podcast she's faced major health problems and still battles chronic pain but continues to keep supporting her family. century-old dairy farm this week I talked with eastern Washington Dairy Farmer Jessica newhouse about her journey from her childhood in and what she calls the concrete suburbs of Portland Oregon to farming with her husband and his family near Yakima her passion for what she does and her determination to overcome come. Huge obstacles is so inspiring. And I'm sure that you'll enjoy your conversation as we continue to get to know the real people behind our food. I'm Dillon Hongkou. I grew up on a family farm in northwest Washington and I'm on a mission to discover and share the real life stories of our regions farming community. Here on the real food real. Oh People Pot News so I started twenty nineteen pregnant and all the sudden February. I started like getting nerve pain in my legs and pretty soon. It got to the point where I wasn't able to pick up the Tokyo toes on my right foot and it started progressing and I started. You're getting more weakness in my right leg. And then it started going to my left leg and my surgeon. Everybody has a surgeon that they talked to right. He was this. I have an outstanding issue of scoliosis and so when I was pregnant he was saying. Well it could be nerve entrapment from your bones just carrying the weight of your pregnancy. He's like so we might need to do the surgery that we've been contemplating while you're pregnant. A Yeah I was like okay. That's not just me that's my unborn child l.. Like going through surgery and and then things started progressing really fast and so they. I don't know how much detail you go into. But it was good for you. You know. And so he wanted me to come in for an emergency. Mri so I had a two and a half hour. MRI which that ZAP so much energy out of you just trying to lay still And so at that at that time with things the way they were progressing they thought it was John Beret which is an autoimmune disorder so they moved away from my spine and started suspecting John Beret which apparently affects pregnant women. A lot and so. That's an autoimmune condition. And where your nerve. Cells Bio chemically have a similar signature to of like the common cold. And then it starts attacking your nerve cells. So you progressively start losing nerve function in your body we were literally in the Er in Pasco and they said to us they said well. Don't go anywhere we're going to see where we can transfer you and I was like I'm going home like I came here for an MRI. And then they I'm pregnant and I'm freaking out me my my husband's eating eating panda express just like we're gonNA take comes. You know I was like okay. But anyway they thought it was John Beret and so they discharged us from Pasco inside. Here's your transfer paperwork. They hadn't told US Kion Berea but they said you need to drive up to up up to spokane right now to sacred heart. If you start feeling like you can't breathe pullover and call nine one one and hitting me and you're like why are you calling me in an ambulance. Well they wanted to fly me to to Seattle but insurance didn't want to cover it and we didn't have flight insurance. That would be forty thousand dollars so we were like screw it will drive and meanwhile I'm sitting there going. This is a house up like an episode of Doctor House like the show from you know and I was like I can't feel my legs such a common thing on that show and I'm like what is happening to me. Okay so we get to spokane and I was in a room seeing a physician. I couldn't move anything past lower than my hips and so they're like we need need to get you to ICU and start this treatment. Meanwhile I'm sixteen weeks pregnant and they're saying if you start feeling it in your thumbs And then in your fingers. Here's the next thing to go is going to be your ability to breathe so then we would need intimate you sir trying to process all this information in less than twenty four hours so then we go down to ICU. And they're like prepping the treatments and everything treatment only takes like a week maybe two but because it progresses so fast and they I don't know how to the to what extent it will progress to they they were like you could be in the hospital nine months just relearning how to walk in how to do of basic things so I'm trying to process all this we're in ICU About to do the treatment and there's like seven doctors standing around me going And one of them says let's do a nerve conduction study in her legs just to make sure before we start this and I remember looking at them going. Yeah vote for that option. So they do nerve study and they find that my nerves are able to receive the appropriate signal and from the MRI right. They're seeing that. My brain is able to send the appropriate signal but for some reason it's like the signal was being transmitted and the receivers were going. Where's the signal but they were just on different planes? So then I spent so I spent a week in spokane sacred heart and then I spent a week in spokane at Saint. Luke's Luke's doing physical therapy right alongside people. That had just had a stroke or an embolism of some kind. Basically doing the same thing that they were doing which is just I really learning how to walk and re retraining those nerves still liar and it was it. Wasn't this John Beret now they they say that it was a how did how did they put it. They said it was a conversion disorder. So that for some reason there was some stress or trigger that triggered my brain with the excess stress that my brain couldn't handle my brain instead of just saying. Hey I'm really stressed and really anxious. It says that we're just GONNA quit doing. The function apparently can happen with walking. If people get super stress they can go blind like with conversion disorder. It's just this unexplained Blaine chemical but physical miscommunication is like super rare. I don't know if it's super rare. I mean it's I guess. Guess it's not rare because at St Luke's where I was at. They have a whole unit for conversion disorder. It's not like they see one every day but so had they had you been under the huge amount of stress or was it you know with pregnancy. The only like huge stress at that point was contemplating okay. I might have to have major spinal surgery injury when I'm pregnant. I think I think that was a huge part of it. I don't want to cast blame or anything but I think a lot of it was work to you. Know you're you're trying to with a one and a half at that point of one and a half year old and then trying to raise him and balance family and work and then you've got your own and and structural anomalies that you're trying to handle and yeah so yeah. What was going on at work means the farm the farm what was going on the at the farm? Oh what is going on with while I was right after the blizzard so that was all right around the beginning of February so it was right after that big blizzard freak ext snowstorm that we had we were handling that A lot of it was a lot our farm so our dairy farm is how how do I correctly faceless. We are the longest continually run family. Run Dairy in the valley hundred and one years is now. Maybe it's one hundred and two so. I think my husband and I feel this huge pressure to do what we love but also maintain this farm that has lasted for so long long. It's we've really liked to call it a legacy farm now that we like to tout ourselves but So yeah I think a lot of at the farm itself I think is a little bit out of a transition with the the owners currently Reaching an age where they're I don't think talking about age or potential. Potential retirement is comfortable for anybody Sure so I think it's the situation where we're needing to navigate that and what happens to the farm because of that. Uh Aw. Meanwhile we're we keep going and keep doing what we need to do. Does freak you out does it does. Sometimes it feels like this David in Goliath kind of situation. You know you feel like you're kind of sitting here going okay. I really like cow's milk. Cows I really like being dairy farmer. And then you you look at this. You know this oncoming wave of okay. There's societal pressures there's economic pressures You know it's I do does what I see for the farm jive with what the current owners see for the farm. And how do we navigate this and find a balance Alan with those and then see will at our current size. Will we be able to survive with everything getting more expensive. And it's a whole host of things. So how how does the arrangement work with the owners. And how did you guys you and your husband or your both involved with the farm. Yeah so he's more of the. He is more of the handyman. He's not purely a handyman but he so if anything breaks. That's usually if some one of our employees comes to me and says hey this is broken. If it's not a simple plugging luggage go. I call him and he goes in fixes it. He's really technically savvy. I am human resources and then cow records so basically anything clerical for the farm with the exception of payroll and taxes. That's me I'd like to get out with the cows more as much as I can. And but I'll do the coast move so we move. Cows help by basically help guys help train our employees How to understand how a cow sees her world and be able to effectively communicate with them? you can talk to cows all not talking. I me can you can. I mean I call him so whenever I moved cows like. If I'm helping some guys milk in the Barn I usually call him sis or Mama you know because is being a mom. I understand But yeah I know a lot of it is understanding like how she sees so how she literally sees and how she hears her world and paying paying attention to those physical cues for her. Because you can move you know ask and it's all about asking a cow how to move. It's you're not telling you're not demanding. You are asking her and just by standing there with your hands in your pockets and if you're just paying attention to how she's using her sensitive you her world. You can ask her to do things and she'll do it. You would like to move like move forward or move backwards. And it's all about applying just your presence next to hurt if positioned.
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"He's a Bloomberg business world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. Stocks lower trading is thin s and p down half a point. Now, we've got the Dow down thirty seven down one tenth NASDAQ down seven down one tenth of one percent tenured on ten thirty seconds yield two point five percent. Gold down one point two percent. Twelve ninety two. The crude out one point seven percent sixty three fifty two talking about west Texas intermediate. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie. Federal prosecutors are taking a hard line with the parents caught up in the college admission scandal there quickly wrapping up guilty pleas from thirteen parents who are looking to reduce their punishment. And raising the stakes for sixteen parents who held out by indicting them and adding a money laundering charge to the conspiracy charge. Joining me is former federal prosecutor, George Newhouse up the door or anger. So George all the parents were arrested last month most on a criminal complaint. So essentially, a statement of facts an indictment is more. Serious. Does that suggest anything to you? Well, the reason they went with a criminal complaint, June is that the an indictment takes a lot more time. It takes time to present it to the grand jury they clearly had timing issues. Because of course, they wanted to time the announcement of this big investigation within weeks of all the admissions occurring at all these elite schools. So that's why they went with the complaint. Of course, what they do is. They approach all of the defendants, and you said twenty nine or thirty. I mean, there are probably another fifty or so in the winds and presumably those investigations are continuing. So they go to the parents, and they say, here's the deal you complete this. And if you don't by the way, they're other charges out there other. There are other charges out there as well. Cluding potential tax charge tax fraud against the parents were contributing to this five three not for profit charity that was not in any way involved in charitable activities. So money lawns. So the bottom line is it's a it's a pressure ploy. It is designed to induce quick turnaround guilty pleas, and that is what makes life simple for you attorney, so money laundering charges. You automatically think about crime syndicates asset forfeiture is this a bit of prosecutorial overreach to put just to put pressure on these parents excellent question June. And I have criticized this charging decisions that have been made. And and money is not money laundering, certainly not what congress intended by money laundry. And of course, the parents were all charged with conspiracy to commit Rico violations of the racketeer influenced corrupt organizations that past in the sixties to combat and full racketeering. We're talking about organized crime narcotics conspiracies not people who engage in in commercial fraud. So I think the case has been overcharge. Charged. But the reason the prosecutors like to do that is it puts tremendous pressure on the individuals to waive their constitutional rights in the plead guilty. The question has been asked over and over about whether the parents will spend any time in prison and at the beginning of this. I thought no, but with all the, publicity, there's pressure to make them an example. So is it possible that some of these high powered high profile parents will spend some time in prison? That really is questioned at this point can't be answered. But let's there's no question. These are extremely serious charges. It is a high profile case. And as you correctly point out in means that the attention of the nation is directed to. What is going to court? The nice thing about federal judges. I will say true for them all over the country. They don't really respond to pressure because politics doesn't involve them. So I I'm confident that the judges who render these decisions will base it upon the fat unique factor. This case, I think a lot of those parents are excellent candidate for straight probation. The judge will take into account the price. They've already paid the price with their children. The, you know, the tremendous negative, publicity, and the fact that most of these people take the former head of of the New York law firm is already lost his job. So they're they're they're many, punishments and death. Veterans that are imposed on people who sustained felony convictions. And in prison is usually not the answer for these people. So let's turn to the students. Some of the students were in on the scheme. It said that most of them weren't could any of those students be charged with a crime. Well, great point if the students were knowingly involved in the making of false statements and knew that bribes were being paid on their behalf in theory. They would have aiding and abetting complicity. They could be charged potentially in the conspiracy. But that's really I mean that would be an example of overcharging that I think we're not gonna see. So that's not gonna happen. The places students are paying as we're looking at what's occurring at the universities is that many of them are being expelled from a university degrees being taken away the colleges and universities, which I think rightly filled that they're the victim in these games are taking this very seriously. You mentioned the possible tax charges and a revised criminal complaint against two of the thirteen parents pleading guilty suggests that new line of inquiry, and as well as the prosecutor saying, this is investigation isn't over. So what might they be looking into? Now, george. Well, again, particularly for the people that are not quickly coming to terms and pleading guilty, they could be looking at a charge call the client conspiracy it as a conspiracy to impair and impede the functioning of the IRS in collecting assessing taxes, collecting, tax liability. And I can tell you one of the pet peeves of the IRS on the enforcement side our contributions to quote, five oh, one C threes that are not really charities and which give back value, and there is undoubtedly billions of dollars illicit deduction taken. This particular foundation was ironically, set up to quote serve the underserved children, which of course, if it quite the opposite. But yes, this is this I expect could be a priority for the IRS could result in further charges. And. We only have a minute here. But what might the parents who do decide to go to trial? What might their defense fee? Wow. I I have no idea because I have no idea it's not so much. I didn't do it. But the beautiful thing about tapes prosecutors standpoint is there is no cross examining a tape recording. It it is. It's the words of the defendant are out there for everyone to hear. So there is no spin control, you'd have to be a high place politician in DC to be able to explain some of these statements, and of course, then not credibly. So if they're on tape with singer, which most of the early people are they really have no choice. There is effectively. I looked at one guy though, my is up in northern California and his lawyer proclaimed, you know, there's a great deal of evidence. We'll have to leave it there, George but more to come on this. That's for sure. And every which way thanks so much. That's former federal prosecutor George Newhouse Theodore.
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"Newhouse? This is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman on Tuesday. The supreme court revived president Donald Trump's plan to ban transgender people from serving in the US military in the five to four decision. The supreme court lifted lower court rulings that had blocked the banned from going into effect on constitutional grounds. Justice Steven Brier, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan dissented Trump first announced the ban in two thousand seventeen but to lower court injunctions blocked at the rule, which affects most transgender people will be permitted to go into effect is the ongoing lawsuits make their way up to the supreme court while the court lifted the two injunctions. It did not rule on the legality of the ban itself. The Pentagon praised the court ruling stating DOD's proposed policy is not a ban on service by. Transgender persons DOD's propose policy is based on professional military, judgment and will ensure that the US armed forces remain the most lethal and combat effective fighting force in the world. They said well for more we're joined by chase strange. You chases staff attorney at the ACLU, which is challenging the Trump administration's ban on service members who are transgender. Chase strangely. A translator himself. Welcome to democracy. Now talk about this decision. Yeah. So I I just want to acknowledge how heartbreaking it is to once again have the supreme court, essentially, green light patently cruel and discriminatory policy coming out of the the Trump administration. So this is obviously disappointing in very scary for for trans servicemembers people wanting to serve in the trans community across the country. But if you important clarifications, I there still at an injunction in place, so there's one nationwide injunction. The supreme court did not have. Before it. So the policy cannot immediately go into effect despite initial reports, and then the other thing that's important to clarify that the government is is out in their statements saying things like this isn't a ban on on transgender people serving and it's important to really break that down because what they're saying is that transgender people you can serve as long as you are completely comfortable serving in your assigned sex that birth that you don't transition that you never have transitioned. And that you don't say that you're trans that is definitional a ban on transgender people serving. And so to suggest that it's not is really part of this administration's effort to say, we'll be fine with you. If you're trans as long as you're not trans. I mean is this just reviving don't ask don't tell for trans essentially, don't ask don't tell two point. Oh, but even worst in that, they're they're essentially suggesting as we've seen across this administration that trans people don't exist at all full stop that. You can actually somehow suppress your trans Ness and. Live comfortably in your assigned sex at birth. And this really is the goal of this administration. So we absolutely cannot let them get away with statements like the ones they're making. I wanna turn to petty officer first class, Brooke stone, the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's ban on service members who are transgender Brock has served over a decade in the US navy including nine month deployment to Afghanistan. Being.
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"A four pack of Disney. Tickets still coming around this hour, Gary and Shannon. We'll continue just a moment. Monica Rix, what's? But we just found out the tonight's planned launch of a rocket carrying governments fi satellite into orbit from Vandenberg. Air force base has been scrubbed due to high winds according to the United launch alliance. The launch is now planned for five forty four PM tomorrow. The ACLU has sued ice over claims that it's nearly impossible for detainees. And so Cal facilities to consult with an attorney is he'll you attorney Michael Kaufmann says many detainees aren't allowed free calls if they can't afford to pay. We're just seeking an end to the types of barriers that are making it difficult for detainees to communicate with attorneys or meet with them in person principally that's going to require some changes to the phone system. Kaufman also says attorneys have to wait hours to just get a few minutes with their clients and there's little privacy. I says I can't comment on pending litigation. This has been an immensely difficult year for the Chicago police department to Chicago police officers have been hit and killed by a commuter train while chasing a guy with. A gun. He officers had responded last night to shots fired and tried to stop a man who ran onto some tracks. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson says the officers ran after him and got hit those trains. There was no stop at that location. So the was probably going somewhere between sixty and seventy miles an hour. The officers are the third and fourth killed in the line of duty this year in Chicago to other officers killed themselves. This year another died of a heart attack, California. Attorney general heavier Bazire and sixteen other attorneys. General are now asking for clarification from the federal judge ruled against the Affordable Care Act. The states say the judge's decision calling the healthcare law unconstitutional could confuse people who rely on the law for coverage. They want the judge to make it clear that this law is still fact until the end of the appeals process, and researchers at USC are looking for volunteers now to help study the effects of nicotine on memory loss. Mind Suttie study lead investigator Paul Newhouse says it's best known for from cigarettes. But nicotine is a natural product. We know that if we give. Nicotine through the skin through a patch. It's quite safe. It doesn't produce addiction. It doesn't produce habit forming effects, and we know that because it's actually sold over the counter. He says nicotine has been found to stimulate parts of the brain linked to attention and memory. Researchers are looking for non smokers over the age of fifty five who are in the early stages of mild memory loss.
Coast Guard crews search for man missing from cruise ship
"Crews searching for a passenger missing from a cruise ship near cape flattery around the mouth of the straight of wanda few coast guard petty officer norcross so they got a distress distress call from the ship just after four am today after the band's wife's that her husband was not in their cabin receive a report of a seventy three year old male in the country from the cruise ship mariner man the captain of the seventies mariner confirmed by security video the man jumped from balcony on the eighth deck at four fifteen this morning president trump's domination of brett cabin offer supreme court justice draws praise and condemnation from elected representatives in our state komo's corwin hake with a little reaction from both sides is expected reaction from our state's congressional delegation is divided along party lines democratic senator patty murray is concerned justice cavanaugh would permit the supreme court to roll back she calls settled law on abortion rights this is not a time for anyone to sit back and watch for the supreme court in the future of our nation hangs in the balance we just need a few republicans in this republican majority senate to stand up to president trump and stand with democrats and the people in the country in rejecting this nominee but republican congress member cathy mcmorris rogers of spokane says in a statement she applauds and supports the nomination adding she trusts cavenaugh will fully uphold the constitution we cherish yakama congressman dan newhouse says in a statement the nomination shows the high importance of interpreting the constitution as the founders intended corwin hake komo news time ten oh four and coming up king county again pushing for more affordable housing in the area around the future northgate light rail station i'm bill o'neil full police investigations online may have to wait i'm.
31 more people fall ill after eating romaine lettuce tainted by E. coli, CDC says
"Armory gives underway at six charlie harger komo news more cases reported of e coli linked to romaine lettuce this week in our state and across the country eighty four people have now reported getting sick nationally have to jump from fifty three cases just last week according to the centers for disease control and prevention another case in washington state has also been reported so that's two cases total here pennsylvania has the most cases eighteen up from twelve last week the sickness spreads from the west coast to colorado missouri illinois and to the east coast the cdc warns people not to eat romain lettuce that's grown in the arizona area washington state patrol troopers carrying a new weapon in their cars especial shot gun that shoots beanbags not bullets this gives troopers a less than lethal option to subdue suspects trooper chris thorson says these would be used to avoid suicide by cop situations if we can actually subdue someone instead of shooting them in potentially killing them and actually getting them the help they need that's our alternate goal no state trooper has had to use the shotgun so far according to the state patrol we've learned a woman from missouri died on alaskan airlines flight to kansas city the flight took off from seattle yesterday afternoon right now there isn't anything suspicious about her death investigators say she had a medical emergency and cpr could not revive her all the passengers on the flight had to wait on the plane for two hours during the investigation and autopsies being performed figure out how she died the house has passed a bill that republicans say will protect the dams along the columbia and snake rivers those dams had become a source of irritation for environmentalists which felt the hindered fish runs republican dan newhouse was one of the bill's sponsors professional at our federal agencies on the ground working at our dams shouldn't be the one deciding how to best manage of this system and not just one single person a judge in portland oregon bill reverses judge's order to spill additional water to save endangered salmon all of washington state's democrats voted against the bill we've reached out to each of them but have not heard back school district statewide have been struggling to fill teaching positions for years but this year one of the smallest and most rural districts.