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Washington, DC panel wants name of segregationist village founder removed from Chevy Chase fountain
"To play on locally with a call to remove a segregationist village founder's name. Francis Newlands established Chevy Chase during the 18 nineties. There's a fountain with his name that sits in the center of Chevy Chase Circle, and now locals want his name wiped away a DC advisory Neighborhood Commission panel voting this week to ask the National Park Service. To uproot a plaque there bearing his moniker Shandra Garfield, who proposed the resolution points out that years ago, she would not have been able to move and live there, based on past believes on race in Italy, now our community, in the words of John Lewis. We know better so we must fight for change, and we must do better. Newlands was a known supporter of limiting education for black people and wanted Chevy Chase to be all white. Ken's offi. W T OBY
Washington, DC panel wants name of segregationist village founder removed from Chevy Chase fountain
"Reckoning continues to play out locally with the call to remove a segregationist village founder's name. Francis Newlands established Chevy Chase during the 18 nineties. There's a found him with his name that sits in the center of Chevy Chase Circle, and now locals want his name wiped away a DC advisory Neighborhood Commission panel voting this week to ask the National Park Service. To uproot a plaque there bearing his moniker Shandra Garfield, who proposed the resolution points out that years ago, she would not have been able to move and live there, based on past believes on race in Italy, now our community, in the words of John Lewis. We know better so we must fight for change, and we must do better. Newlands was a known supporter of limiting education for black people and wanted Chevy Chase to be all white. Ken Duffy. W T OBY News Coming UP in
Mind Over Body Cure
"Well, we've heard quite a few people on this show and others claim that they have thought themselves well, even in the face of death, but what about those people who do get sick and do get worse and die. Are they being made to feel guilty for not thinking themselves well well. My guest today are on opposite sides of this mind over body debate. Doctors don't know why my first guest is alive Lynyrd, borden says He. He changed his attitude. Imagine summarize warriors fighting the cancer in his body. A month later, the cancer was gone my next. Gus was told she had eighteen months to live if she did not have chemotherapy for her breast cancer Jane, Griffiths says she refused the treatment ten years later. She is still alive. My next guest wrote one of the most popular mind over body bestsellers. Dr Bernie seagulls love. Medicine and miracles explains his experiences with. With what he calls exceptional patients who hill themselves in the face of death. My next guest is a doctor who totally disagrees with Dr Segel's philosophy Dr Shirley new says sick. People are being made to feel guilty if they don't heal themselves, and there is no proof whatsoever that any of this works Dr Newlyn is author of doctors the biography of medicine. My next guest got so tired of people telling him that his severe backache. Backache was his own doing because of a bad attitude and stress. He wrote a column in Newsweek. Magazine to complain about it. Meet Rabbi Benjamin Black and my last guest says when she was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, people wanted her to try acupuncture and Yoga and love to get well and Spain says she live as long as she can, but she is also planning her death. Welcome all of our guests to the show. Start with you. I'll start with you. Because is where we got the idea to do the show from that column that you wrote in Newsweek magazine. What happened? I suffered from a herniated disk and I was just looking for some sympathy. And, then I suddenly realized that there was a psychological change in our society. and. Everybody kept saying to me. Why are you doing this to yourself? You must be the victim of self induced stress. And what really got me upset was that I recall the friend of mine who had died of cancer. who was able to deal with the reality of sickness? But couldn't cope with the fact that throughout the last days people made him feel as if he was the guilty one because he didn't obviously want to get well strongly enough because he wasn't trying hard enough, and he would cry to me. Does this mean I'm failure? What I'm saying is that there's an extreme position today I grant of course that there's a great deal to mind body relationship I grant as well that there is such a thing as love, medicine and miracles. What I think is wrong is I believe is a rabbi that we pray for miracles, but we don't expect miracles and when they don't happen, say that anybody who isn't well must be guilty himself. Don't blame the victim. Victim. Do you think Dr Newland this is making? People feel guilty as they die well. There's no question about that. That's really not my problem with Bernie's propositions. My problem with Bernie's propositions has to do with the aura science that he puts around them, in spite of the fact that what he's actually done is to take an enormous leap of faith, which of course is the secret of it all an enormous leap of faith from certain experiments, which show something that we all agree on that. There is a psychological factor that involves the immune system I don't think any sensitive physician physician with any experience could possibly disagree with the concept that patient state of mind is very important in their illness. But along comes Bernie, and says poof. The mind controls the immune system direct quote, the only quote I memorized from the book burning so that I could use it today. There's no evidence of that, and as long as people continue to believe with their minds, they can control their immune system there believing something that they simply can't do. It's like getting high LSD and trying to jump off a roof and fly, but you yourself just said that it's an enormous leap of faith and suppose it does suppose it does control the immune system, but there is no proof that it does. It's not a question of there being no proof that it does or does not. It's a question of our already being so close to understanding the various factors that do control the immune system that we know that the mind, the conscious mind is only one small factor. What actually happens is that whether we develop immunity to something whether we can control the disease process has to do with three systems in our body.
Drones Are Hurting Flood Rescue Efforts in Oklahoma
"Authorities in Oklahoma state thrones are hurting the flood rescue efforts. Here's more from USA's Chris Barnes. The tosa area hit hard by dangerous flooding as the Arkansas river continues to rise an emergency. Helicopters have been tried to search for flood victims and drop supplies in the area. But sergeant Richard Newland verb of the Tulsa police says their efforts have been hampered by people trying to take pictures of the damage with groans. We're having people are flying. Drones out there outside of the state of regulations. He says about thirty drones we're flying. Illegally at one time in the area on Tuesday and the helicopters had to be kept away to avoid a crash. There's more rain in the forecast in western Arkansas, with the Arkansas river is nearing its crest governor ASA Hutchinson. We are looking at nature and its power and its, and it can be very devastating. And so we have to take this very seriously.
"newland" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Future begins in just a couple of minutes. New from overnight a fifty nine year old band, and Volusia county is dead after his bicycle struck a car into berry sheriff's office says David Nolan was riding west on Paul by road and turned onto Bill boulevard. Then hit the passenger side. But northbound ramtruck investigators say Oklahoma used by Newland is believed to be factor in the accident. State officials now investigating parrot increasing cattle deaths across Florida with investigators focusing on one particular brand of feed the Florida times union reporting stay decker culture Commissioner Nikki. Free says no specific cause of cattle does has been pinpointed but stores in Florida and southeast Georgia are voluntarily removing from shelves producers pride to twenty percent old natural kettle cube manufactured by Perina animal nutrition. President Trump on Fox News last night, disputing a report in the Washington Post that he went to unusual steps to keep information from his five meetings with Russia's President Putin even from his own administration would I don't care. I had a conversation like every president does the president claiming his meetings with Putin are no different than with other world leaders majority of a new poll, hold the president and congressional Republicans mainly responsible for the partial federal shutdown blame for the shutdown is partly along party lines more unaffiliated voters, blame the president and Republicans only a quarterback the president's claim that there's a crisis at the southern border two-thirds oppose his declaring a national emergency to fund a wall, but support for border wall is higher forty-two percent in favor. Fifty four percent opposed. In the survey conducted last Tuesday through Friday by phone of seven hundred eighty eight adults numbers could be off four and a half percentage points plus or minus as ABC's Chuck season. It's nine oh three. A news ninety six point five WDBO were your child. Be ready for kindergarten at Chester broke.
"newland" Discussed on KCRW
"New England warns him. Don't spit with desma spits toward Newland and both corporal Newland and another officer Joshua Titus, grab LA desma push him backwards onto the floor while he's still seated. His head strikes the floor and both officers jump on top of him and punch him in the face repeatedly. When did this happen? This happened on January twelve of this year. And how did this incident come to your attention, and how did the video come to your attention? The south bend Tribune was investigating disciplinary matters in the police department in partnership with propublica. There are not many disciplinary cases that have been brought forward to the city's civilian oversight board. But this was one of them. We noticed it from looking at minutes of the meetings of the civilian oversight board that in June the police chief Ed wind Bigler had brought forward written reprimands for two officers for a violation of the department's policy for use of necessary force. Also, this is a case where the police department did see. And abuse and did discipline the officers. But then the question arises whether reprimands were enough for actually beating a suspect in handcuffs at the time. That's correct. There are also questions about how accurately the police chief described what had happened when he went before the civilian oversight board. What do you mean? Didn't he say that the police punched a suspect? No, he didn't the police chief described what had happened as these two officers having gone a little overboard. So you have this incident where there was a euphemism that essentially became an alleged cover-up of a beating and let's bring in Ken Armstrong of propublica. How does this fit in with the broader record of the Elkhart Indiana police department when you began looking into that what we discovered is that under the current police chief disciplinary actions have plummeted in the ten years before current police chief took office the prior police chiefs brought an average of twenty disciplinary actions a year to the civilian oversight board in the first year under the current police chief the number of disciplinary actions brought to the board was. Zero. Is it remotely possible that the number of disciplinary cases went down drastically? Because the police department behave better, I think that video would argue otherwise this video shows a man who ultimately had to be carried away on a stretcher. Are there many cases that you found where someone was seriously hurt? This is certainly the only case that we've seen under the current chief where officers were disciplined over an allegation of excessive force. We don't know if there are more the mayor of Elkhart actually reached out to the Indiana state police task them to investigate his police department, the state police declined and said that that would be more appropriate for the US department of Justice. And Steve as we started looking at the department's history, we discovered that there were a disproportionate number of fatal shootings by police officers in Elkhart there were six people shot and killed by police officers in a five year period. If you compare that to New York City, the numbers are pretty extraordinary in those same five years New York City had seven times the shootings with one hundred sixty times the people so if I'm living in Elkhart, Indiana, statistically, speaking, I'm way, more likely to be shot by. A police officer than in New York. The numbers would say so yes. So the person who is willing to look into this at the moment is the mayor of Elkhart in this video that you published one of the four officers who's in the room is identified as the mayor's son. He's not one of the people who throws a punch, but he's there. How would you say the mayor has done under the pressure of your reporting in the story? Well, the mayor now said that he has suspended the police chief for thirty days without pay the two officers who actually through the punches are currently on administrative leave with pay pending the ongoing criminal case that has been filed against them. But the two other officers who were in the same room when the beating took place, including the mayor's son who is a sergeant on the police force to our knowledge have not been disciplined, you have described concerns about police abuse and the futility of finding anyone to investigate them. Theoretically, the police should investigate themselves. It's alleged that didn't happen. Here didn't happen seriously. But you say there was also this outside civilian review board, which is really normal is that outside review board completely powerless to investigate on its own. And is that normal across the country. It seems that the amount of questioning and investigating that these boards. Do is determined by what they would like to do in in. What also we found that nationally it appears that the trend was civilian oversight is greater independence from the police department Elkhart in the last couple of years is gone the opposite direction. We've been listening to Christian shack. Lure of the south.
"newland" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Folks. Listen to me. This is a setup for me as far back as twenty fifteen the tr- now, by the way, another thing. I'm sorry. But now does the. Does the multiple dossier story makes sense now? Victorian Newland and others in the Obama administration where testifying people from the State Department and others and in that testimony. It came out that the Trump dossier was not the only one. So I've said to you over and over that this is a big scandal. Because although the Trump team was targeted because they won the Republican primary and became the nominee. This is not just about Trump this effort by the United States to use any interaction with Russians by their political enemies, as as evidence of nonsense collusion charges goes back all the way to the twenty fifteen targeting of Mike Flynn at a dinner where some Russian woman shows up. And that information unbelievably use use against Flint, despite the fact, there's no evidence he did anything wrong. And the same spies keep showing up in their connected to our guys. While Brennan is meeting with the United Kingdom now also read the spectator pieces. Well, does it. Explain the panic about the declassification. Folks. The declassification of the FIS documents where they indicate apparently in these files of documents used to spy on Carter page how they got the information. They got right. That's going to be in there. The British are freaking out in the United Kingdom because they say it's going to expose sources and methods. Forget the methods. That's not what they're worried about. What the worried about is. They can no longer plausibly deny things. None of the names in that document or going to be new. When it's exposed Downer. How it's only the fact that the British are no longer going to be able to say they weren't an intermediary a third party. That was cleaning information from other sources to give it back to the United States US, the spy on Obama's political enemies. That's why they're panicking. It's no, it's no more difficult than that to understand the British now because it hasn't been declassified can say, oh, I don't know. Remember what patriot games that Jack Ryan movie, but Harrison Ford, plausible deniability plausible. At other words. Can I deny this plausibly the British can because the documents haven't been unredacted yet? They're still blackouts in them. What's the documents become public, and it was sworn to in a US court, and we're all reading the UK's involvement in this. The British are no longer going to be able to say they did not try to impact at American election by careering information into the US intelligence system from quotes other parties. The real scandal. Here folks to bring this all the way back to how I started. Is the Russians played us. All. And when I say also automating the listening audience, I mean, the five is intelligence outlets the Russians played all of them for suckers. They use this information. From Russian sources. I suspect one of them at some point. Based on may have come from people connected to Putin based on what I've already told you the Russians fed this information to friendly intelligence Albert's the United Kingdom, a Hillary Clinton's people fusion GPS, which was subsequently used to target American citizens to create a political schism in the United States that the Democrats knew about and instead of saying, hey, this is the Russians messing with. They said. Yeah, we know they're messing with us. But let's use it anyway because it makes Trump look bad. You did. Yep. Yes. Sir. This is bad news, man. All right. Got to get to this today show. Also brought to you by buddies brickhouse, nutrition, one of my favorite sponsors out there. I got an Email yesterday from someone asking me about their fruit and.
"newland" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Big bang continued, you know, but just when you thought it was safe to get into space, Dirk energy comes the bigger bang. Yeah. Both of them are expansions of space. We think they're probably related, but we don't really know how or why do you can't do the same thing? But who knows why would take an app for five billion years? What were you doing? To build for that time. Yeah. Exactly. And they're big consequences for the fact that it's not just pushing things through space. But actually, creating new space we start as a podcast asking like what is gonna happen to the university end. And yeah, it has for like what's going to happen to the universe? Yeah. Because it's creating new space, which means it's affecting is aiding the speed limit of the universe. The speed of light. Right. Nothing in the universe can move through space faster than the speed of light. Right. That's a hard and fast limit. And so these galaxies can't move through space away from us faster than the speed of light. There's no limit on. How fast you can create new space as a new space is being created between us these other galaxies faster than light can go through it take. If I was trying to get to you done at Irvine, and I can only go seventy miles per hour on the highway, you know, nominally you'd be lucky. Private. Let's say I was using the carpool lane. All right and. Let's say that Newland was being created between me faster than seventy miles per hour. I would never get to you just.
Lenovo Smart Display Is What's Next For Google Assistant
"Kat cast in whenever I'm editing photos video, I always have music and or a good. Oh, drama, Scott. I thought I saw that now. That's good. That's explains. Voice, how nice because it's. I should try that as just how I roll. That's comforting. That's nice. Then the popcorn and Brown liquor are show titled today. Actually, I was. I was thinking of making it the title of this, a blog post by Nick here on his pixel envy blog. But then I realized it's not polite. He calls it, you could show it. I guess the BS web and he actually raises some really good points. We'll talk about that in just a little bit before we go on. Let me play look like we should be good time to play our our, our house. We divorced always called our house, add our promo for the week on Twitter, and then we'll come back with more from our esteemed panel. If you missed anything this week, you missed some good stuff. Watch previously onto it. You know, we have to continue the tradition here, so I guess I'll just ask you, can you tell us the main topic of the show? I don't really remember. But what? What do you think it is? I think it was father, Robert. We think it's networking. Then test is great to see primary there this weekend law. If you are traveling to Egypt. Do not complain about your experiences there on social media in any way, shape or form a woman vacation tourism in Egypt and didn't have a very good time, and she complained she was subjected to sexual harassment. She complained about various aspects of the country government officials, ultimately finding her guilty of deliberately spreading false rumors that would harm society. She has been sentenced to eight years in prison. We need to be considering everything we post now on social media and what it might have if we were to leave the country and go to some other country. All about Android. This is smart displaying. It is the first Google assistant with display device. There's plenty more coming out this summer. This is just kind of the first wave bamboo back really makes me wanna like Ed something into it, please don't do that. What is. Burke has has come through Burke for knife. Of course. He's gonna come. What are you. I won't do that joke really far. Jeez pm. Naughton studio with my hardware. This week is your brain. This is your brain on twit. Any questions we actually got a little bit of time with that Newland Novo, Google assistant, and I was a little disappointed and we're gonna have to do more reviewing Jason's going to have review for us. We we showed it off on the new screensavers yesterday. It doesn't seem to have all the capabilities of of a Google home device. It's won't do some of the things that you could do with the Google home, which really disappoints me because it's kind of awesome. It's it's as eight or ten inch screen that could be used as a TV. You could watch Netflix on Amazon prime except none of that worked. I want really bad. Yeah, but don't get updates. Well, I'm going to get it from you. Like we discussed all. I'll just hand don't be an update. They'll be an update. It's it's two hundred forty nine bucks for the ten inch. That's the one I would get because it's like a kitchen. It's like a TV, and then you can do all the other stuff too cool stuff. I've been waiting for Google home. With a screen on it. So I I, I've heard it over to the Google and she is my friend. Yeah, I just, I wish this were of I just assumed that the Nova would use the same exact software, but apparently I don't know if they're doing their own servers or what, but it's not the same as very much like like the fire cube doesn't do all of 'em Assange echo stuff, which is also weird to me, which is very silly. Yeah, Sam, it's from. And it's a more powerful, but I don't get that at all. That makes no sense to me. Well, good for reviewers because it means we need to help people make the right buying. These things are not obvious companies are telling you what they're doing. Yeah, our show. Did they brought to you by last pass?.
"newland" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Was a victoria newland she was assistant secretary of state and she testified that that rate the russian a cyber attack was i viewed as early as december of two thousand fifteen so the obama administration they knew that this skulduggery was going on a long beat long before anybody ran for president i like to use that word because that also happens to be the name of bug podcasts that my colleague dan climbing and i have yahoo skulduggery fathers as mentioned that as much as you can just to complete the story in late august michael banjo gets called in by susan rice the national security adviser for president obama and is told to stand down and cease work on these aggressive options that he was preparing for the president the the message was that the president didn't want to be boxed in the obama people were concerned that these options would leak and that it would bring pressure on the president to do some of what daniel was proposing and he went back to his staff and told them to cease work on it that's all laid out in russian roulette chapter fourteen were those of you who have the buck or want to get the book but michael daniel testified for the first time about this before the senate intelligence committee this week was asked about the passage in russian roulette and confirmed it as an exactly as we wrote it and said that as a result of these standout order from susan rice he put those his work on those options on the back burner now the just to be fair to everybody here the argument from the president and his defenders has been that this was that there was concern that if if the president responded along the way along the lines of what michael bania was proposing that it could set off a fullscale cyber war with the russians in which we would be even more vulnerable than they that they could take down our electrical grid for example and that would be a pretty scary products the president was i want to ask a couple of follow ups we've got some guests here that want to continue to to question you as well the the issue has been that the president obama knew about what was going on he was fearful of telling the american people for fear that he would be viewed as a democrat trying to put a thumb on the scale in the election that was another on he is blamed and he is blamed and his supporters of blamed mitch mcconnell for not agreeing to have a broader bipartisan congressional press conference announcing this this information as as did you look into that part of the i of argued that is the leader of the free world if the republicans didn't agree with you you had a responsibility to the american people to alert them now democrats don't they don't they many democrats have not bought my argument here but can you tell us anymore about about why the president just really sort of blinked at sharing this valuable information with the american people.
"newland" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"Land in thailand delia intially i'm landed wilkinson kennedy's husband linden is a super great with podcast interview extend mike's generals i know avid listeners of the show is definitely heard me talk about these guys before especially probably a lot of stories about land in a lot of the stories from the kind of rockier entrepreneurial experiences i've had usually tend to involve landon somehow quite good story having to do with jobs in georgia that you probably remember that was all with landon and still doing a lot of stuff and then whenever i talk about the band and doing stuff with the ban that's landen's brainchild there so he's not a shy with the mike eze let's on it's true but yes we want to talk about business partnerships because let's talk about ours for bid do you wanna kinda give brief overview yeah so i mean newland became business partners i with the painting company back in two thousand thirteen right beginning two thousand thirteen and then into dozen fifteen ego is purchased a building for the yoga studio in kennedy together and that's how we became business partners kenai and then in october after the juice bar had opened chilean was already in the mix and you to the boys were in the mix and then brought again kennedy and i should on the juice bar with shooin so a lot of launching different things and than realizing oh you need help with this yes so while you guys were still doing the painting company at that point yeah for time so altogether so you and i landed have been partners for five years thirteen yeah so five years now and you guys have been partners with i guess the four of us we've all been partners for three years now it's great and what are anybody wanna talk about any future plans and some of them we want to keep more on the on the deal but as far as like where we see the partnerships headed.
"newland" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"They have always liked and i'm talking about russians and ukrainians have always liked the people of the united states of the people here now they understand that this entire civil war was caused by created that was completely armed back financed directed by the the us state department victorian newland hillary clinton barack obama i mean they understand that so and they don't appreciate it you know what i mean when people talk about russia's meddling in the judas and sixteen presidential election in the states because somebody bought three thousand ads on facebook imagine the difference as if they had basically depots the president you know i mean and it's very important for people to realize about the my dime is it you know everybody says that oh you can convince with such a brutal dictator the riot police in kiev during my don were on armed they did not have firearms and you know you can imagine i mean when you see those videos of you know do you know within the cops with chains or throwing molotov cocktails hidden up a group of policemen you can imagine what would happen if somebody did that in new york city or in texas or anywhere in the united states you know do you know the guys would come out and they wouldn't stop shooting until they ran out of bullets but the constant kiev during my don were did not have firearms they had shields and had the billy clubs otto now i've take one more break here but i do want to ask you before we before we go i know you're banned from twitter right right now but are you also are you one of the people that have been sanctioned by the us government as an individual as well as any prohibition on you coming back to the united states if you wanted to know can lugansk people's republics are not listed as terrorist organizations.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Going to stop people's histories and they have made immigrants of people in their own damn countries it was a home railway system in jamaica as soon as independent railways stop yes anything in same thing that you can that as you you said said the same thing in love exactly everything just real rose just stops you just like they didn't even leave them the infrastructure to be able to just continue to build but an active as especially in india heard a lot you know we gave you the railroad like what how indian people that built that as well and used it to export goods out of the country and sell them all around the world i make yourself rich so he wasn't doing it for indian people you didn't give it to people you used it so convenient that said that's my stay do besse essentially that's it can they tied anyway all right so we come to the end of the show driven much to to talk about it was a feature of yeah yeah we we shot him again before down amazing people that lewis rounded listers packer bowl so no grateful and shout out to nicole shukla on his new book launch against alex and i went the one who won big big big big like a nice lunch it's a nice lunch getting people to poach last night at my friends event could wa and yeah i i know know yeah i've been playing on the french.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Oh really king what was going on stephen king films have grit about them that went and be is explicitly the missed miss decision as his books would be e and i think that's kind of like even he has input him felt like his inputting birth margin so i think it's very limited yeah respectful of each material yeah except the shining i heard he didn't like the movie yeah hoodie was very like he hey bed and the book really here i mean in my opinion i am say i the great gatsby whenever day i feel like shut up when i when i read it the roaring twenties aspect didn't come out for me afla was it was done quite blandly you've brought him work the roaring twenties to me it was more like a sweet love story but the the the parties and all it wasn't really in my face as much very much focused on jay and winched idir like khuda winch i'm correct yeah she's a wench anyway so for me that story literally about them and everything else was fit in the shadows i was literally just focused on his relationship with daisy hey trying to make himself morici essentially for her so but when i watched the film because it was shot so very artistically and the rury couldn't escape it that's when i went back and re ready and i was like so the film gave the book mukalla in my eyes i think i liked it back to the second time i read them.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"So go back to doing the same thing that you would think the entire cell setup is against rob within four business and i mean if someone's been the prison they've served their time of the time when they come out they should be able to just do whatever they're doing before i think it shouldn't just be like they said that time change the behavior saying but that's supposed to happen this saying that's supposed to happen in prison so people see prisoners just go there sit down do your taking then come out is supposed to be you go there then get the counseling at and people are coming out well because i see a similar thing we've led the army people going into the army that being trained to do certain things they do that toys and stuff and then they come back out on the street and then they can't get your up saying saving the people who have done good for us in that and then they come back in there in the same situation is someone who went to prison right with as a whole is failing in some way and that's really that's grim i didn't even know that is only when i said documentaries about people coming from cutter stone and coming from iraq and stuff and they're saying oh i used to do this in army but this is relevant in the real world you know what i mean no one want someone who doesn't show that this trained to do that's what i know really yeah in the army i think isn't like several strikes i e can do obviously on the front line and they just basically that fight in combat but then also the people that work in the army navy royal airforce sudan engineering and they're getting the qualifications to do that the ones that will come out better than the people that were in the front front is i mean it's funny because the way that they time to tend to recruit them as straight out of school ones that don't.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Maybe your family support she's someone inside you can get yourself together and stuff but i mean that's not the norm right the numerous people actually come out and falling face the west thing is when i look at like the young black man who are being sentenced to long prison sentences they come out if they don't have that support system so many times when like this documentary on netflix uncle was quotas about more like the american prison system fifteen thirteen even as more i watched i and i was like just uphold and i look at the young black men here and the ship awaits them when the out by the time they've been in for so long they come out and i'm like can walk how how how good is prison as a solution to rehabilitation a figure that the same time the i don't want to be romantic that you've done something bad you should be treated really really well because technically you've done something bad but how do you go back into sites to do some soul good i think i think i i think think the the problem is that one prison doesn't rehabilitate the way it should i know so the prisons and societies don't work well together to help that person get back into the world so you can be rehabilitated in imprison it doesn't do a massive amount good if when you come out your stigmatized you you can't get your yukon.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"I agree different the first night timmermans basically he's been sentenced for didn't come in then he goes into he meets morgan freeman my life basically is it like life it's not it has the different yeah relationship between the prisoners because to like prison life the night in prison was a bit like but it's basically he escapes sorry one of the key how he escaped i thought that was amazing because fest night he yeah but so what are you like okay say is even seen it you don't film and you and you story it was gonna ask like what do you think about institution lies ation because there's a big question that there's a guy of brooks and he gets his perot's up so he can leave off he's been in fifty years and he doesn't know how he's going to manage outside world peace in the film that light you know inside important we have our rose we respected outside we nobody just like every conman criminals i'm gonna raise that question about instant institutionalization in like how important or what impact not actually does have people each person because you can put that back down to schools i know we've been school for like sixteen years in prison five that they tell you but i think the question is what our prisons failing to do if people are coming out and then prepared for the life will ability to rehabilitate they they need to be but then then being so yeah you can kind of rehabilitate yourself sometimes if you have to tools and stuff and you get the right people.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"And this week we or watch or supposed to have warshattered if you guys have watch their i didn't watch it cou she didn't the shawshank redemption did you feel you know why don't lightly spill a really ironclad reason finger forgive me because i loved the novella okay okay yeah just just con it doesn't match up for me you know i read it when i was a kid i read a long time ago and he's one of my favorite novellas who story i ever conga over that yeah sorry to look at because i haven't read i watched few years back and to be honest it's not one of those i guess you hypes but i feel is one of those film that you can wash on like a nice like sunday evening and i'm watching it and i'm sunday evening this show days during the day i'll watch like my trashy gully chicks oh my soul like pretty woman evening times i'll watch like real deep things like to sit down and like they're slow movers you know and i felt that she was to me was very slim the end end just like okay talk him to the source what's what's your family the parody on there anyway i found he knows the shawshank redemption is about prison cushing yup and it's about prisoners within the fill within the prison on how is there ship as presents the interaction move the on the guards and kind of kind of bodyman of hope and how they kind of like get out of there and they want to go.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"I don't know if people pick up on that in that book it's a very for me in the sense that i think is allegri for a loss stuff and the story so i wrote about a woman who charcos may seem winnie's eight months old and then you know she didn't she never sees him again and twenty years later he turns up on a two step and i says i'm your son she doesn't know wherever he is or he isn't a kid playing a game and stuff but these guys tons and he's like she's a middleclass black woman very middle claws she's got money in the family from the caribbean and wherever she's always been rich rich husband after this happened but he comes back like a kid from the ends i really force she was white yeah no she's not what went on the cover the cover does make people think that she's supposed to be why positioning yeah she's she's she's not and so she's a very light skinned black woman and that stuff kind of comes into play with clouds and yeah it's just it's just i used as an allegory for what's happening to our young people yeah on and how we feel that this can disconnect from kids basically they come from us you know and it's not a racial finger anything just about all kids generation that's underneath the ones we're supposed to be bringing up a nurturing and i shouldn't be to consider his way they shouldn't be dashing things complicate agent i mean it's like what is going on on so i was using him as a representation of all kids you know and she was a representation of society and so that's why it was really about but i finished it in july i think twenty seven and then in august the riots happened yeah and i sat down and the put with don and i sat and i was like i can't sell this book.
"newland" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Class no more everybody else that's like the thing is the key thing is it's about everybody else you talk about if there's this me i know how grew up i know what grew up in it's a it's a completely completely different environment to like similar completely different environment to what you grew up in but what my experience formally there was some similar elements either either way way when someone says way waitress them to me so often you'll middle class down like what he's yeah it's not as none of your business be heavy me me or read my staff or my whole makeup he's not that conversation yesterday with somebody i and talking now took it away oh yeah north london oh really south front in south london voice we oh voice yeah i know what they meant by that yeah didn't need to by that i mean you can make a cash you can make a guess they're probably thinking about you know this whole invoice from recognize voice be from northland the way you speak so you said you sound like you're from oh you're from south london there's a little different people from southland thinking continue this conversation 'cause they earn east pbc news house watch it my son is very well spoken as well which freaks me out sometimes because he's so wellspoken to you know i realize because at night when he was little when when he was going to sleep i used to put on patterns cds and the guy michael he's interesting and he now speaks.
"newland" Discussed on PRI's The World
"That this spring had become a destination he decided to make it more accessible he's the one who installed the bigger white plastic pipe and punched it full of holes this scene at newlands can be a little jarring on the one hand there's a drought which is why everyone's here on the other there's water literally gushing at this site you know it just vons you know marine ron is a retiree cape town's wealthiest residents have spent as much as fifteen thousand dollars to drill boreholes tap into the groundwater under their houses the city's poorest residents live in townships where they've had to rely on water from common pipes for years crun is in between these two extremes and she thinks about the higher water rates i only get to sit in amount of money in a month so i won't buy extra collecting water at the spring has become a little ecosystem when there are lines people talk together porter's cart jugs and buckets uphill to people's cars and those are often parked bumper to bumper which can be a pain for some of the neighbors we live hoffa look from the spink up the street mark long locks his front gate he's the priest at the local church and sometimes the water collectors fill up the church parking lot or block the streets and infect had some prudishness his on the corner who sold the house and moved out because they just couldn't get out of the city has taken some responsibility on the day i visit police keep people moving and direct cars as they park and there can be some positives to having a spring importers just next door long says the porter's bring water to the church's school during the week.
"newland" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Absolutely no question ballot that's exactly what's happened and it keeps getting worse got this this gentleman huge term loosely and that is winer and he met with joy sixteen met with anti trump dossier steel and two page summary they gave victorian ousland i mean this thing just keeps on going newland newlyn passed it on the kerry who passed it on new obama ultimately we're gonna get someone will acknowledge that barack obama was not only briefed on this but was coordinating it with brennan and i think this is where you see a sitting president and a cia director trying to defeat a presidential candidate and then after he got elected putting in place a fake story which they knew was fake from christopher steele as a way of undermining trump's credibility to try to keep them from getting the electoral college vote to keep them from being inaugurated and now to impeach him once he got into office this is criminal this is this makes watergate look like less than a dime store burglary you couldn't make this up investigations against brennan and clapper komai clinton and ultimately obama the real collusion with british intelligence clinton campaign and obama's intelligence team mueller called me with the fbi never went against the bags for money laundering arms trafficking or billions especially hsbc they were only find this is horrible i know now you're you're quoting from my recent article on that is quite amazing colby guy who became miller became so interested in in money laundering day when hsbc was laundering drug money i'll tell you where they were commute was on the board of directors of hong kong shanghai bank oh my god so you're covered up for beat miller covered up for bcci the old bush drug and gun running banking operation.