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"nicholas white" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
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"nicholas white" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Slept fitfully on and off. Keep in mind. The alarm was still going. He smoked a cigarette interesting by the way that the elevator company had the foresight to lock the escape hatch from the outside but not to install a smoke detector at some point. Nicholas pride. The doors open again. He then tried to chip away at the cinderblocks guys. Can you He tried to chip away at a cinderblock wall with his fingernails. How fucking insane had he gone by this point. He didn't even have a set of keys to use as a tool he went back to sleep. He imagined he was a bug. He was having auditory hallucinations because of the alarm ringing away he had no idea how long he had been in that elevator. Had it been hours had been days. Finally finally voice comes over super chill and goes is someone in their nicholas pops up and says yes and the voice on the other end goes. What are you doing in there. Do you have any. Id i can't let this do you have any idea. Are you fucking kidding me. That's your first question the alarm going off and you ask this guy. if he has ide- i can't apparently nicholas couldn't either. He yelled back. Just get me the hell out of here. It took another forty minutes for the maintenance crew to get there but at that point forty minutes must've felt like a few seconds because nicholas white had been stuck in the elevator for forty one hours forty one hours. That's seven hour shy of two full days. It was sunday evening when nicholas emerged from the elevator into the lobby exhausted. Hungry thirsty and traumatized. Remember the co worker. Who was in the office with nicholas when he left for a smoke break remember. How at one point nicholas wondered if she was worried about his abrupt disappearance. Remember when i wondered if she had tried to find out where he had gone if everything was ok. Apparently she was not worried about nicholas. She was so not worried about nicholas that instead of trying to see if everything was okay with him when he never came back from quick cigarette she wrote an angry note and taped it to his computer screen for all to see good luck Lady businessweek seems like a great place to work. There is a beautiful and haunting time. Lapse video of nicklaus's forty one hour ordeal in the elevator. You can find it on youtube. Oh wait did i not mention. There was a security camera on him the whole time. There was a security camera on him the whole time. There were security guards stationed at the bank of thirty two.
"nicholas white" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of people received their vaccines at the Ford Field vaccination site yesterday, the first day health officials are bringing the public's attention to the alarming uptick in covert cases. State health officials reporting 4454 new cases of the virus 16 additional deaths. That's the highest single day number of new cases reported since last December, 15th. North Korea firing too short range missiles for the second time this week boxes Benjamin Hall has the latest new administration comes into the White House. We typically always see the North Koreans starting to test against telling to push the administration because they so desperately need sanctions relief, and that is what we are seeing again. This latest North Korean missile launch, believed to be two short range ballistic missiles with a second this week, and they fired about 280 miles into the Eastern Sea towards Japan. Japan's prime minister said this it threatens the peace and secure You have the region and our nation. It is also against the U. N resolution. We strictly and strongly protest this launch. Experts say the country's leadership believes a conducting missile test can boost its leverage in international negotiations. More information's coming out about some of the victims of the King's supermarket mass shooting boxes. Alicia Acuna is there in Colorado 25 year old Ricky Olds worked for King Soopers and wanted to be a store manager. Bright personality recall today by family members like her uncle, Bob Olds who are heartbroken, sat in that she didn't get to experience motherhood. She did get to experience marriage. She didn't get to experience a lot of the stuff that we get to experience in life, and I'm saddened for her and I'm saddened for all the rest of the victims with suspect makes his first court appearance Thursday. Alicia Acuna, Fox News And Boulder Police Officer Eric Tally and eight more victims now identified from that shooting, 11 women are suing Eastern Michigan University and two fraternities, claiming the university covered up and failed to address sexual assaults by several male students. The title mind suit was filed in Detroit Federal court also claims that law enforcement is investigating more than 30 rapes at Eastern Michigan University. From 2015 to 2020. Auditory man has been charged with the fatal shooting of a Clinton township man at the Motor City casino, Police say 27 year old Nicholas White shot 25 year old Kermit McCants several times McCann's had been arguing with his girlfriend in the casino's parking garage. And the victim stepped in to try to quell the violence for months before the delayed summer Olympics in Tokyo. The torch relay is underway. It's the first Olympic torch relay to be held during a pandemic. Over the next four months. 10,000 runners a due to carry the flame across the length and breadth of Japan before the Games begin in Tokyo in late July, delayed from last year by covert 19. Spectators along the relay route of being asked to maintain social distancing with a warning the event could be suspended. If that doesn't happen in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Taking a look at the world markets this morning. They are all trending up. Asian closed up. London is up. The Dow futures are on this well. The world Market Update sponsored by Mother Models Card donation program. Don't eat your car to mother waddles and help the poorest of the poor.
"nicholas white" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Treatment became widely known in the West, the W H O for many years Refused to endorse it, Mike luncheon reports. In the bloody battles of the Vietnam War. More than 50 years ago, there was a common enemy, causing devastation among troops on all sides. The malaria carrying mosquito, such was his concern that the North Vietnamese leader, hoochie men sought help from his communist allies in China. And so began a secret medical research program to find a cure for malaria. It was dubbed Project 5 to 3 to the back Then everything was so secretive, only government approved. Scientists could do this research and we were banned from speaking about any of it to anyone. Professor Lang going food was among the 500. Chinese scientists. Assigned to the project, which was launched by Chairman Mao on the 23rd day of the fifth month of 1967. Hence project 5 to 3 professor Sir Nicholas White is a malaria expert from Oxford University's Center for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, So they were pragmatic. They just talk anything that had, Bean said, too. Have worked in malaria or might work in malaria and testing it on one of the things that had bean recommended formal area was the extract of a plant that we would call in the West. Artemisia annua, and they called it Jean how the scientists began testing Artemisia annua, also known as sweet wormwood on infected live mice. With progress was faltering. Lee slow China was going through a period of intense political and social upheaval following Chairman Mao's Cultural revolution. But the scientists didn't give up on eventually, Professor Lang Ling food says they made a significant breakthrough. I looked through the microscope and couldn't see any infected cells. We couldn't believe our eyes were where we sing it wrongly. Well, it was there a problem with this particular mouse. There wasn't a problem on the country. Their results were amazing. But it will be several more years before Professor Lang going Fu and his colleagues got fuller results from testing on humans, and we're able to say that their cure was effective. The first communication too, If you like the outside world, or at least the first generally disseminated communication was until 1979. And then it was in a very Delight for the brief paper of I think five or six pages. That research paper was published not in Mandarin, but in English, says Professor White. The fact that it was written in English, I think clearly indicates that China Had realized it had got something quite remarkable. Andre felt confident to inform the rest of the world. Not that the rest of the world were particularly believing the distrust between China and the West was mutual. 1981 professor White. By then working in neighboring Thailand traveled to China, where he met the project 5 to 3 scientists. I don't know what the official position was. But one of the leading doctors is it was Professor Lee Joe Quiet, and he was very open and he gave me some of the drugs, he said. You know, happy to try and provide them to you. So I didn't get a sense that they were withholding anything. But the W. H O and the West remains skeptical for many more years. I think we wasted probably 10 to 15 years, which was unnecessary. And if we had just Taken the Chinese drugs at that time and then help them to make them to the quality and purity that we require. For general use. We would have saved a lot of lives. Was my clench in reporting. The media watchdog Reporters without Borders, says 50. Journalists around the world were killed in connection with their work during 2020. Annual report shows that two thirds of them were murdered in countries not at war. Rebecca Vincent is director of the international campaigns for the organization. I asked her what she found most surprising about the figures. I think actually, that the figures, although lower than in some previous years are still alarming, considering that much of the world was on lockdown for many months this year, and therefore fewer journalists were actually out in the field doing their jobs, so the fact that 50 journalists could still be killed is quite shocking. 68% of the journalist that were killed this year. We're in countries that are not at war. Countries that are meant to be a peace and 83% of the journalist killed this year were deliberately targeted that has sharply increased over the past few years. So it's no longer so common for journalists to be killed in conflict zones. But we're seeing a very deliberate increase of those who are being Sauce out, targeted and murdered. Many of those air investigative journalists on Iranian journalist was actually executed by the state, wasn't he? Absolutely. That was one of the most horrific cases that stuck out for me this year as well. That was Ruhollah exam, who was executed by hanging in Iran sentenced for corruption on Earth And we also saw some particularly barbaric cases in Mexico, such as Julio Valdivia Rodriguez, who was found beheaded in Vera Cruz and others in Mexico were hacked to pieces some really barbaric acts. They're so not only has the violence and killing against journalist continued, but the means in which this is being done is becoming particularly barbaric. On that really only speaks to the fact that this has been allowed to happen for years with impunity. So those who are doing this are now becoming bolder in their tactics. What about journalists that were detained? So this year at the end of the year where we're looking at a situation with 387 journalists detained around the world in connection with their work? That figure actually increased the number of journalists arrested increase during the first few months of the global pandemic. So we're looking at March to May this year, there was a four fold increase of arrests of journalists during that period, which shows that the pandemic certainly didn't stop those who wish to detain journalists for doing their jobs. In fact, some of those journalists were those reporting on the pandemic. And at the end of the year, 14 journalists were arrested related to their coverage of the pandemic remain in prison, and we also saw a 35% increase in women journalists detained this year. Many of the new cases of women journalists detained are in Belarus following the unprecedented crackdown there that continues, we hesitate to put the profession of journalism on a pedestal is Mark it out as something intrinsically heroic but tell us why journalism has mattered this year and does always matter, so journalism absolutely always matters. And it's not just a question of the rights of these journalists to do their jobs and you know, to exercise freedom of information and freedom of expression. But it's the right of the public to access that information, and that's an angle that doesn't get enough attention. When journalists are silenced when journalists are targeted and made examples of the impact is on all of us. All of us not get less information in the public interest that allows us to make informed decisions and hold our governments to account. So what effects are democratic processes around the world. And I think this year with the public health implications of that it became immediately obvious how deadly actually the lack of access to independent information. Can be so we argued earlier this year that had their bed, for example of free or press in China had those who attempted to report on the very early stages of covert the whistle blowers who spoke out courageously in the earlier days. If that information had gotten out freely, possibly a global pandemic could have been prevented. Certainly other states would have been in a better position to prepare and to react, and it wasn't just China either. We saw a real targeting of journalists in Iran and other countries where there were early high figures of Cove. It really states that worked to suppress accurate reporting on this, So this year, I think the fact that it impacted our health. All of us around the world has really highlighted how important it is to protect and support independent reporting and the people taking the risks to get out the information because it is a question of all of our rights. That was Rebecca Vincent, director of international campaigns for reporters without Borders. With the BBC World Service. This is news hour..
"nicholas white" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"More easily available, but you recognize you written yourself, but you'll get an suffer, but even sized so one last question so when you started doing your research. Did you do a chart for that moment that you started? No because it was there wasn't a single single single seminal might I should have done the shot for? It really was when Bernadette Brady said to me. Have you seen this Thesis Boston's dissertation? That's online from Nicholas White. He's written this book about somebody daughter of food. On. This guy invented loads of brand new techniques. Because that was nick white conclusion, he said well these techniques. I haven't seen these anywhere else before, but that's because net Karachi nineteen, ninety one and a lot of the Arabic texts haven't been translated into English that point and so now we know we got this thing about the two colors in the. The bats head. That sounds so wacky had to be roaches Ivan Invention, but actually no, we can find that they're in a Greek text, only being translated relatively recently some of the other things that seem to be of Roger's own devising, according to quite we canal say now. Actually that was insult was any translation by Ben Dykes a few years ago. So Nick didn't have the advantage of these huge corpus of medieval books that we now have in the. well from about twenty twenty five m once. In the nineties we had very few medieval astrology books. It was just starting. Say. The freemen. Group. US. Person To actually publish William Lilly. Retreat Katrina Model. She comes along to your. Group. It's about country. Own of pronounce Katrina Oh. I don't catch it the grave. Right she she goes to the ball strategy group. She looked into because it coincides with them. while. She's she's lifting ball for a long time and she she's responsible for pulling William Lilly out of the shadows in England. Being responsible for publishing. The first copy of Christian astrology that he did in sixteen hundreds. There's another ball connection with astrology. Bucks you did you back down I didn't know the dates when she said that no, I should be able to visit a conference. I. Worked it out, but she suggested us, and then I saw a that assaulted looking and I was going to do it. The ball spa university as walls then. A Nick said well actually. I'm full of PhD students at the moment. If you moving up to Lester, why don't you see what's going on? They're not that we homes knock on. The door of universities had clicked during the storage. PhD, please go. Yeah, quotes come on in. Paul found that that was after a move to that stuff said there's a whole series of talks being given on the space age by people from the university, most were astro physicists and scientists. Sorry how did he know that? He works at the university website. And he said look. There's a fly out. And he brought this flyer, instead said, let as a whole list of talks going on and Slap Bang in the middle of one of the talks. There's nothing to do with the space age walls. Medieval the Medieval Calls Mosad Yak Zodiac men and it was a top five Richard Jones, who was an archaeologist but had. Medieval stuff so I emailed him, and I said. Look I've done an I in ball university. I really liked to to do this. Not you'll talk sounds fascinating and I'm GONNA. Come along and this and I'd really like to talk to you afterwards he. said, no, no, don't come to my talk. I can assure you bill triumph of presentation either the content because I don't really know very much about medieval astrology..
"nicholas white" Discussed on KCRW
"Dot com and from the sustaining members of this NPR station this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon Ohio is one of many states that hopes to receive a settlement from a federal case against opioid manufacturers if that happens it'll need to decide how much each municipality should get and who decides it has to come up with a plan to try and guarantee of fair distribution of the funds they call it one Ohio John Cranley is the mayor of Cincinnati he joins us from Cincinnati thanks so much for being with us it's great to be with you work with this money accomplish a daily people are dying we have a humanitarian crisis that we're in the epicenter of and have been for for many years now and so there are enormous amount of ongoing costs related to us a box on which is a medical a prescription that helps people manage their addiction there's nor can it we use literally every day to bring people back from death when they O. D. and there are beds that we need an addiction crisis centers and then we have a variety of costs related to the direct service of fire and police services that lead to picking up of dis local governments all across this country have had to forgo basic services or strain basic services in order to deal with the crisis that was not of our doing this was the doing of companies that were pursuing greed as set of medicine I I would imagine the other hundreds of of communities I don't have to tell you in Ohio doesn't every city from Akron to Zanesville what a piece of any settlement absolutely which is why we have basically agreed to a distribution model that's based on a combination of population harm meaning addiction rates and distribution of pills by county jurisdiction you know who knows if it's perfect but it's close enough as a general matter to local governments have gotten on board with that distribution the the bigger issue is making sure that we in fact get that money whatever amount it ends up being distributed back to local governments how do you do that Mr mayor show what we're proposing the local governments are proposing is that all monies that Ohio received in a settlement be distributed by a formula back to deal with in our campus a box and the needle exchanges the beds that are needed the fire and police services that are needed to deal with the crisis this is the one issue that we're still negotiating with the government turning general who are trying to keep up a lot of the money in a foundation instead of disturbing it back out to local governments and on behalf of local governments who have borne the brunt of this crisis we have ongoing crisis we have ongoing dis every day we have ongoing addiction issues every day and this crisis sadly is far from over and so any and all resources that we get should be used for that purpose do you have any concern that sometimes the history of the settlements is that a lot of it winds of getting eaten by but I'll kindly refer to is a bureaucratic caring costs lawyer fees establishing an agency to administer it that winds up taking a lot of money all yes the lawyer fees I can't do much about that but that is the last big issue that we're we're sort of having a friendly debate with the governor and Attorney General is is that they want to create a bureaucracy in a foundation odd and pay an executive director and a and a bevy of experts in this and what what we at the local government level are saying is we don't need experts we need our camp no we don't need to study the problem we need more beds for addiction crisis centers we need to ameliorate the incredible harm that is caused and is continuing to cause John Cranley is the mayor of Cincinnati thanks so much for being with us Sir thank you so much for having me China has tried to stop the spread of the corona virus with strict quarantine measures for weeks now this prevented early three hundred million migrant workers from returning to their jobs briefly shut down one of the world's largest economies and paralyzed global supply chains local governments are trying or not trying to get businesses going again and beers Emily thank reports China is slowly getting back to work one of the factories it has restarted its production lines is Shushan auto technologies and the Chinese port city of New England they make a sheen parts and your goal to European and American cars while Nicholas white hot supervises the ocean our clients are international and they didn't stop operations during the outbreak unlike other companies who sell to Chinese clients who had to shut down we really have to get back to work that's cloud trial the sales director at the company restarting production was a lengthy process they first had to provide local officials a full list of all employees he doesn't she even some of them have been dying a hobby so this list is analyzed by the public security bureau and using big data they determine which workers are safe and can come back to work in the factory by big data Joe is referring to a new government after failing to help control the spread of the virus workers enter their national ID number and phone number yep inspects out which cities and provinces the worker has visited in the last two weeks if they pass through a heavily affected area they must quarantine for two weeks before they return decisions production line and that's just the first step the moment I don't know why for use of the language in terms of materialistic preparations we have to show that we have isolation wards and that we're buying face masks and disinfectant for the factory that we have enough thermometers all those plans are submitted to the local government which sends teams of inspectors for issuing approval she shown is back to eighty percent of its pre virus production capacity this month Chinese leader xi Ching paying give a teleconference speech to one hundred and seventy thousand local officials she called on them to help small and medium businesses whether the economic impact of the outbreak China's central bank has also said it will make taking out loans over paying debt easier perhaps even cut taxes but specific measures haven't been spelled out yet from from from a partner in political risk firm plan says the over centralization of power in Chinese political system slows things down they were told to focus on poverty alleviation to focus on financial de risking which means they were originally entered a impression and they were planning to do so to to lower to credit lower credit as in lower corporate debt and fewer loans so local officials have waited to loosen up and reopen shop until they get more instructions from cheating being himself so it takes time from province to province to comprehend what she can he really talks about especially lower ranking officials they don't have incentives to work on their own because the risk is if they are at odds with central policy with central decision making they may be purchased with the supply team goes in both directions even though China seems to have contained the virus to just one province the virus is spreading globally the rest of East Asia the Middle East and Europe Michael Chang manages an electronics manufacturing plant with about two thousand workers in the south of China he's already preparing for the worst we're going to be October live on the Han gonna guardium freedom we've been stockpiling are Japanese and Korean components in case they close the factories there and we can import parts into China anymore chan also recently imported south Korean manufacturing equipment for new production line and it's the Korean engineers who designed the tools to help install them but now that South Korea is reporting ever rising numbers of new coronavirus cases come because I'm well I'm I can't come to trying to come up with a four they didn't help her not allowed so now the equipment is just sitting in his factory unused chance as long term plans are now impossible to make the situation is just changing too fast I'm only saying NPR news Beijing and the growing virus outbreak is linked to the stock market's worst week in over a decade but one companies have an all time high Clorox not trying to keep up with consumer demand tomorrow on weekend edition Sunday.
"nicholas white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ohio is one of many states that hopes to receive a settlement from a federal case against opioid manufacturers if that happens it'll need to decide how much each municipality should get and who decides it has to come up with a plan to try and guarantee of fair distribution of the funds they call it one Ohio John Cranley is the mayor of Cincinnati he joins us from Cincinnati thanks so much for being with us it's great to be with you what with this money accomplish ideal people are dying we have a humanitarian crisis that where in the epicenter of and have been for for many years now and so there are enormous amount of ongoing costs related to us a box on which is a medical a prescription that helps people manage their addiction there's nor can that we use literally every day to bring people back from death when they O. D. and there are beds that we need an addiction crisis centers and then we have a variety of costs related to the direct service of fire and police services that lead to picking up a vote these local governments all across this country have had to forgo basic services or strain basic services in order to deal with the crisis that was not of our doing this was the doing of companies that were pursuing greed as set of medicine I I would imagine other hundreds of of communities I don't have to tell you in Ohio doesn't every city from Akron designs will want a piece of any settlement absolutely which is why we have basically agreed to a distribution model that's based on a combination of population harm meaning addiction rates and distribution of pills by county jurisdiction you know who knows if it's perfect but it's close enough as a general matter to local governments have gotten on board with that distribution the the bigger issue is making sure that we in fact get that money whatever amount it ends up being distributed back to local governments how do you do that Mr mayor so what we're proposing the local governments are proposing is that all monies that Ohio received in a settlement be distributed by a formula back to deal with in our campus a box and the needle exchanges the beds that are needed the fire and police services that are needed to deal with the crisis this is the one issue that we're still negotiating with the governing tourney general who are trying to keep up a lot of the money in a foundation instead of disturbing it back out to local governments and on behalf of local governments who have borne the brunt of this crisis we have ongoing crisis we have ongoing dis every day we have ongoing addiction issues every day and this crisis sadly is far from over and so any and all resources that we get should be used for that purpose do you have any concern that sometimes the history of the settlements is that a lot of it winds of getting eaten by but I'll kindly refer to is a bureaucratic carrying costs lawyer fees establishing an agency to administer it that winds up taking a lot of money all yes the lawyer fees I can't do much about that but that is the last big issue that we're doing we're sort of having a friendly debate with the governor and the Attorney General is is that they want to create a bureaucracy in a foundation and pay an executive director and a and a bevy of experts in this and what what we at the local government level are saying is we don't need experts we need in our camp no we don't need to study the problem we need more beds for addiction crisis centers we need to ameliorate the incredible harm that is caused and is continuing to cause John Cranley is the mayor of Cincinnati thanks so much for being with us Sir thank you so much for having me China has tried to stop the spread of the corona virus with strict quarantine measures for weeks now this prevented early three hundred million migrant workers from returning to their jobs briefly shut down one of the world's largest economies and paralyzed global supply chains local governments are trying or not trying to get businesses going again and peers Emily thank reports China is slowly getting back to work one of the factories it has restarted its production lines is Shushan auto technologies and the Chinese port city of Mingora immigration parts intercall to European and American cars while Nicholas white hot supposes our clients are international and they didn't stop operations during the outbreak unlike other companies who sell to Chinese clients who have to shut down we really have to get back to work that's cloud trial the sales director at the company restarting production was a lengthy process they first have to provide local officials a full list of all employees but he does she relevant data models on this list is analyzed by the public security bureau and using big data they determine which workers are safe and can come back to work in the factory by big data Joe is referring to a new government after Philip to help control the spread of the virus workers enter their national ID number and phone number the app then spits out which cities and provinces the worker has visited in the last two weeks if they pass through a heavily affected area they must quarantine for two weeks before they return to Susan's production line and that's just the first step once upon a for use of the line in terms of materialistic preparations we have to show that we have isolation wards and that we're buying face masks and disinfectant for the factory that we have enough thermometers all those plans are submitted to the local government which sends teams of inspectors before issuing approval she shown is back to eighty percent of its pre virus production capacity this month Chinese leader xi Ching paying give a teleconference speech to one hundred and seventy thousand local officials she called on them to help small and medium businesses whether the economic impact of the outbreak China's central bank has also said it will make taking out loans over paying debt easier perhaps even cut taxes but specific measures haven't been spelled out yet from a partner and political risk from Plano says the over centralization of power in Chinese political system slows things down they were told to focus on poverty alleviation to focus on financial de risking which means they were originally entered a impression and they were planning to do so to to lower to credit lower credit as in lower corporate debt and fewer loans so local officials have waited to loosen up and be open shop until they get more instructions from xi Jinping himself so it takes time from province to province to comprehend what she can he really talks about especially lower ranking officials they don't have incentives to work on their own because the risk is if they are at odds with central policy with central decision making they may be purchased with the supply team goes in both directions even though China seems to have contained the virus to just one province the virus is spreading globally the rest of East Asia the Middle East in Europe Michael Chang manages an electronics manufacturing plant with about two thousand workers in the south of China he's already preparing for the worst we're going to be awful hi I'm gonna call him for you know we've been stockpiling are Japanese and Korean components in case they close the factories there and we can import parts into China anymore chan also recently imported south Korean manufacturing equipment for new production line and it's the Korean engineers who designed the tools to help install them but now that South Korea is reporting ever rising numbers of new coronavirus cases come because I'm well I'm I can't come to trying to come up with a four they didn't help her not allowed so now the equipment is just sitting in his factory unused chance as long term plans are now impossible to make the situation is just changing too fast I'm only saying NPR news Beijing and the corona virus outbreak is linked to the stock market's worst week in over a decade but one companies have an all time high Clorox not trying to keep up with consumer demand tomorrow on weekend edition Sunday you can hear how that company and others are working to make certain that disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizers are fully stocked in a store near you you can tune in for that story I tell your smart speaker playing P. 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"nicholas white" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"As soon as you step foot in the state you're eligible for obamacare immediately and you immediately get six months of for your drug addiction and so these a fake rehab clinics set up we're set up to milk those six months before you're addicted yeah in case when one of the charges it actually worked in the other direction they used to fake addresses to get insurance for clients in Connecticut and other states whose health care exchanges offer the most generous reimbursements for addiction treatment in the men arranged to have those clients admitted to morning side recovery for addiction treatment in a scheme to commit conspiracy healthcare fraud and a good old fashioned mail fraud also indicted in this for Jeffrey white is son Nicholas white of Twin Peaks so now these two Jeffrey white in Nicolas white actually pled guilty already last year and another indictment to commit health care fraud and admitted that their scheme resulted in more than twenty seven million dollars in losses to obamacare plans across the country as soon as a bomber Kerr past fraud guys got lawyers to read through it and taught them here's how you can now you can build the system and if if there wasn't a thousand these places clustered Marge catty maybe get away with it if you had a an isolated rehab center you can make a little bit of money but these guys start chains it was such a call for well we were having an opioid epidemic we need to expand insurance to cover people for addiction problems and I'm just so they put that in there and and guys like this took advantage of it either by making up addresses from people and meeting them into addiction the rehab or as we mentioned before we saw this happen a lot in southern California in Orange County they would get these people to come here from other parts of the country in Roland covered California the name of the coverage ran out taken to the streets and that's why you'd have wondering vagrant drug addicts around places like Newport beach and all these places are in residential neighborhoods if a thousand of them I know probably everybody Orange County lives within a short distance or these rehab joints now this morning side recovery the state revoke their licenses for three of them in Costa mesa back in twenty twelve and then a year ago all of them close there were ten home it's just so that their website is still functional but now belongs to rehab group called White House just take over the business all right we got death more coming up including San Diego county I think it was a great idea the state is claiming a pulling a fast one on a housing development that they approved which allegedly would lead to more carbon emissions Johnny can't KFI Dever mark as there is a man with a blade has been killed in an officer involved shooting in south LA cops were called this morning about a man with a knife walking along Central Avenue from thirty fourth street officers found the shirtless guy in cities on threaten someone with a knife that person ran officers confronted the man with the knife and that's when the shooting happened an audit by the Orange County sheriff's department has found evidence in a large number of crimes was not logged properly the sheriff's department called the findings of a systemic problem for deputies have already been fired thirty percent of the bookings were outside of their policy public defender Scott Sanders says all evidence such as money guns or drugs is supposed to be booked at the end of the shift case.
"nicholas white" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Is this happening? New episodes every Tuesday. Wherever you get your podcasts as I said before we already know a ton about the trump administration's Ukraine scheme in fact everything we're finding out? I think the Democrats would say is kind of icing on the impeachment cake. There's one thing we still have some questions about which is just the exact justification and the mechanics of that hold. On the. Nearly four hundred million dollars congressionally mandate and authorized military in Ukraine. Which of course is a key part of this entire scheme one person who could shed light on that? Is the White House acting chief of Staff Slash Rush Office of Management and Budget Director. Mick mulvaney person who already said remember in front of cameras there was a quid pro quo but has subsequently refused to testify before the impeachment. Impeachment Committees in Exclusive Reporting The Wall Street Journal furthers. The case that will vein is directly implicated because the president's personal appointment on all this of course the legendary Gordon. Insulin looped Mulvaney by email on July nineteenth day before the president was initially scheduled to speak to the Ukrainian president. Mr Solomon emailed administration officials including Mr Mister Mulvaney and Energy Sector Rick Perry. Here's what he wrote. In that email quote I talked to the President of Ukraine. Just now he is prepared to receive the president's call. We'll we'll assurance that he intends to run a fully transparent investigation. And we'll turn over every stone. Mister Mulvaney responded. I asked the National Security Council. Set it up for tomorrow. It's important to remember the military Ukraine is the big CUDGEL. That's being wielded. This and Mick Mulvaney appears to be right in the thick of it for more on that I'm joined by Peter Nicholas White House reporter the Atlantic who writes that with impeachment trump is quote surrounded. A mulvaney strikes me as a sort of unique figure here because of how central he is in the whole thing because he has also been subpoenaed because he tried to join a court case to get a court to rule that whether he should come out there and seems to have in some ways the most direct exposure for people not battening. Donald Trump Giuliani. There's one more reason why such an interesting figure here is that trump has been talking to AIDS exploring the possibility of firing firing him. It's been asking him whether Mulvaney is really up to the job and can help whether this impeachment crisis so Trump has been told. You know maybe this is not the right time. Maybe no so so much that you'd necessarily don't necessarily want to alienate him making any enemy of him so for many reasons. Mulvaney is really at the center of the storm. Yeah that's a point. Here that I think is is is worthwhile to note there. From the point of view of the courts and precedent about who can and cannot be subpoenaed by Congress. There is quite a distinction between between active and former members in terms of the assertions the executive minute making them Mulvaney being out of a job would would his ability to contest weaken. That's an excellent point. The White House is pretty broad. stonewalled this entire investigation but one thing they've said is no acting official can testify because those conversations the person would have had with trump would be privilege but if that privilege we is weakened if a person is no longer working in the building persons all over in the West Wing. The the White House is hold it control over that official as attenuated. And that's the situation with Lyndon Johnson had an expression of clean it up a bit for TV. We don't want somebody outside the tent pnn. We want somebody inside being out. I think that's the way to think about Mulvaney at this moment. You know Mulvaney he's not the only one right. I mean one of the crazy things here and I think you wonder how much this is on purpose. And how much this is just a byproduct of everyone attending the presence of sessions. But you have Pompeo Mulvaney and vice president pence Rick Perry all of whom appear to be at some way shape or form connected to the fundamental thrust of the attempt to extort short Ukraine here. Yeah you have all the president's men I mean there are people who are acting at the behest of the president so Congressman Congressman. Well true we spoke to earlier. I think had a right. I mean the person really at the at the the origin of this is Donald Trump. Who has I guess? Yes Suggested that he might be willing to testify. Although I'll believe that when I see it we've got some Reporting about a Mr Merck Sandy. Who gave a deposition on Saturday? It's the the first time that someone from Olympia has assess defied. That of course is one of the offices that that a Mulvaney runs along with being the chief of staff. Sandy testified that he'd never in his career rear seen a senior political ownby official assumed control of a portfolio in such a fashion. That's referring to his boss political appointee Michael Duffy. Who Pulls it away? He also testified that he raised questions to the ownby general counsel about whether the move violated the Congressional Budget and impoundment control seventy four. There are further questions for the folks in this strikes me. Well well you know. The sad thing about this Chris this is not supposed to be a politicized process carnage approved. This aid is supposed to be delivered. Why wasn't it delivered? I mean is. It wasn't about the law so I think Oh. MBA officials rank and file career. Officials are wondering you know what is the holdup here. This is not a normal process. This should have been delivered. evered wasn't an apparently wasn't for domestic political reasons. The president was concert. Wanted some leverage over your frayne to get some dirt on Joe Biden. And you know there doesn't sit well with some point. The point is an important one because part of the argument to justify the hold as a kind of conditionality. That's part of the natural part of policy which I think doesn't isn't quite persuasive at all is overridden by the fact that the aid was already appropriated was signed the law of the Brunson. I mean Olympia supposed to just essentially dotting is crossing awesome that tees and then cutting the check right exactly I mean so. I think that's why these officials are important and that's why Mulvaney to get back to your original question is such an important witness Because because he is the acting director he really does understand this budget stuff And you know the this was the cultural. This was alleged that trump had to extract the commitment. He wanted from Zelinski the president of Ukraine. So for those reasons Mugabe's important witness but also embiid has been put in an impossible position particularly rank and file queer. People were the lawyer. Yeah that's a good point Peter. Nicholas thank you very much Still to come. The Republicans tried out so many arguments against impeachment. You might think they've party..
"nicholas white" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Tired of it and I'm like I'll just finished mytalk beers I don't I don't I would not put twenty years down probably in the near future if you had to though what would it be natural light obviously it would be natural life when they you know in the were they made it to they're like we just need something that goes down easy not bud light which might take a little bit better than naturally that's a little bit cooler and colder also more expensive if I was to have to take down twenty beers let's say a mad an event where we're celebrating todd and diabetes I would take down twenty natural lights I think that is actually my choice and I think that really is by choice because I'm GonNa WanNa do that as fast as possible and naturally just this case raises and called the natural I was always keg races well those were good times yeah you get the team yeah I was always anchor things and I really feel like my particular teammates weren't looking out for you ever do the pitcher with Straw though there's another one that's an instant puke vesper yep you have to finish your pitcher before the other team and you have to straws wow yeah it's tough that'll fuck you up oh yeah the one I carson city saloon against John Maleki the call of cabs there were the big giant fish place mainstreams straight sugar and it was someone else and we went for the Straw and Milwaukee split pit playfield steelers fluid bunch teams he took it and he it was like a big Martini glasses and he just took it straight to the face and chugged smoked us that's cheating that's not that's not the rules he's credible would now that guy very good with great would guy like we're talking like pastor craftsman yes on the youtube to it looks so I've always wanted to be able to do that like Douglas Cool Carpenter and just in there like making chairs and it seems like the he's GonNa lose it it comes with the territory but his videos are awesome like you don't have street cred unless you have like the tip of your finger something something's got to be yeah I wonder if he's already done that just maybe specifically I said well what do we have shop class in Asia yeah that was the way to birdhouse and we did yeah we and then the next semester we made a tote bag bless amid a cigar box I think it was just one of those little things that Oh that would be cool I was a part of a group that made one of those I don't think I did much now that I think about it make the CD clocks now it was a it was a clock and a little wooden stand in the face of the clock was a CD and we put the clock years on the hands down to the trenches fucking so yeah so topac yeah fucking waste I remember about a so got a fucking shirt or wearing no joke rip the tag out of it and the tag is up here and when I rip the tag out and put a hole in the shirt and the shirt so I sold the whole back together used the Little Foot thing sort of head yeah but you could have figured that out watching a youtube video absolutely could have I'm saying it made me in class this lady I mean I am never going to need us a sewing machine what we got by the way my trucks dead diagnosis the prognosis assuming because I hadn't put oil in it it's been since yeah I don't know who has time man I just don't understand on my list of things to do oil to that truck he's just nowhere near because the only time I get in the truck is what I'm in a rush to get somewhere so it's like I'm re- I'm up against the clock every time I get in that truck and then it starts beeping and yelling at me like hey motherfucker it's basically metrics for the last year or so and then they're right there on seventy in the middle rusher cars buzzing by that thing just was really was pushing a gas in his nothing was happening so I want from like fifty to forty two thirty two seventeen and there was no side of the road in sight so we're getting over the peak of this bridge and it was like I was like Oh my God I gotta make it to the top I gotta make it to the top in the car behind me start to realize what was going on and he was trying to stop the traffic to the left where I had to get through to get two big open space he was putting his hand stop people that are fucking flipping him flipped up by four people or they're just move so I was like all right I'm a bigger car just GONNA start veering over there people were ramming on there one's going off on the side of the road basically trying not to take out my front end nobody was on me over and then all of a sudden slowdown growing like a mile and a half while drifting off that road here in Indiana People's cars get stuck on the side of the road for years there's no test whatever you don't expect to know literally we've been making one of these humans for a long time like motherfuckers leaving their cars right there on the side again no big deal just leave that shit that Guy Franco one tow company the company didn't call him back they went and did another job on another St Nicholas White call somebody who's entire process but I appreciate probably blown away they're like oh you mean your car you're supposed to leave it does three hours waiting for one and then I call it another one like Oh yeah we twenty minutes they were there no problem he's a joke but oh my other cars they they really work well too you know like the car drove today as registered since two thousand sixteen rolling ice get down here by my my registration was up in June whatever I'm just GonNa try to roll out till January it's I was going to get the New Year's One uh-huh the particular car that I'm driving though it is what we call an it is for sale but the there's three cops today that pulled up next to me to look at the car and they just pulled by me or whatever like if they just do a little whoops aw man motorcycles good but frees him yeah so used to just motorcycle truck truck wet motorcycles code I guess start scooting around fucking line careful clavicle so this show tomorrow the you know good show you guys got here here so bad time yeah that's a good studio that's a.
"nicholas white" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Trump's missive was ever delivered to the russian president and if so whether putin responded investigators four special counsel robert s muller the third have asked witness questions about the miss universe pageant and trump's interest in having putin attend the event according to people familiar with the inquiry as president donald trump has been nothing less than complementary to vladimir putin and in fact has bent over backwards time after time to give putin the benefit of the doubt at very minimum in fact megan kelly asked the russian leader about that as part of her a primetime special on nbc's tonight called confronting boot let me ask you about president trump any time he says anything about you it is supremely differential never a harsh word for you although if you look at the way he speaks about members of his own party even of his own staff nevermind other political leaders he frequently personally insults them why do you think he so nice to you i don't believe he treats me personally with reverence which i believe that he's inexperienced personal vehicle and he's a businessman's with vast experience when you much and he understands that if you need not who i deem with if it is necessary to establish a cooperative relationship with some one less than you have to treat your current or potential partner with respect but otherwise nothing will come of at least i think this is a purely pragmatic approach let's bring in our laid off panel on a friday night they aforementioned peter nicholas white house reporter for the wall street journal new york times reporter and pulitzer prize winner matter puzo is back with us and barbara quaid former us attorney for the eastern district of michigan these days a law professor at her alma mater the university of michigan welcome to you all and peter because it's year reporting starting us off i'd like to begin with you talk about how advanced these conversations might be end from lay people orders a lotta people react to this today thinking well this fits a pattern.
"nicholas white" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Call crime stoppers at three five two thirty forty troyer adams whose radio 700 wlw while the chevy man remains in jail this morning after he was arrested in charge was sexcrimes involving children in his home twenty nine year old nicholas white remains in the hamilton county jail on more than a million dollar bond white was caught after trying to trading young girl for an undercover agents decoy daughter why this charged with rape and grow sexual imposition the dow closing up yet again yesterday more from abc news it's a fiveday winning streak for the dow was part of a positive day for all the major markets the dow gained three hundred six points the nasdaq was up one twelfth the smp added 32 shares in gun makers were mixed after initial gains those stocks often increase after mass shootings like wednesday's in south florida which dry discussion about tighter gun regulation a month after announcing the closings of more than a hunch sears kmart stores sears holding says sales fell during the fourth quarter of last year but the company anticipates a profit for the first quarter of this year citing the new tax code and just how expensive his housing in the san francisco bay area the california association of realtors estimated twelve percent of city households could afford a median price tome one and a half million dollars at the end of last year brian clark abc news for many the long wait is over marvels black panther in theaters right now abc's jason nathanson has more with the queen of the film black panther coast are angela bassett says the long wait is also over for people like her kids finally get to see themselves represented in a big budget comic book movie that to see images of that look like him images of themselves the possibilities of imagination she tells us she took under the premier and they took notice oh they were leaning forward into the screen they were you know they you know after with the fewer crying they felt that heart you know that our it affected them black panthers expected to break.
"nicholas white" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Physical abuse and violence we know that the fbi obtained the photograph of rapporter's first wife's black it in january and that she says she got that black guy from one punch thrown by her thenhusband rob port the washington post has previously reported that white house counsel don mcgann knew all about what the fbi was finding early last year don mcgann obviously didn't care he obviously did nothing about it white house chief of staff john kelly did nothing about it the white house story that the fbi director destroyed today is that the white house has been patiently waiting for the completion of the background check for rob porters security clearance the security clearance that was never granted and they were still waiting for that on the black iphoto was made public last week yes i said earlier my understanding is any information when a gone to the personnel security office that office had not completed their process in order to make a recommendation four adjudication to the white house that was still ongoing and therefore recommendation had not been made specific papers regarding the completion of the ship see that's part of that process that the white house personnel security office plays run by career officials and we hadn't received a recommendation from that office the white house press secretary trying to blur the answer of when the white house received the fbi's final background investigation the fbi says that was in july the new part of the white house story today isn't it was really the white house personnel security office then that was slowing everything down after the fbi did their work nbc's peter alexander is reporting tonight that a former senior white house official has said that the white house personnel security office quote they do not make decisions and quote adding that they don't do vetting according to that source once the fbi background checks are completed these security office might make a recommendation but it's up to the white house political staff to determine how to proceed joining us now peter nicholas white house reporter for the wall street journal and betsy would refer politics reporter for the daily beast than.
"nicholas white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Observatory and one of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space sir bouncing radar off asteroids but as an pierce scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster a played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got in a bad state hera cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down nicholas white is with the universities space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the unkind i for one of the radar system was lost give them up fouling maybe puncture the goodison with you klay who area siebe was built in the '60s in has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance spinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to ari cbo dozen of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because there cbo just has on parallel sensitivity as a radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitoring radar and the world.
"nicholas white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space are bouncing radar off asteroids but as npr scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got into that state harris cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish said ending a crashing down nicholas white is with the university space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the town i for one of the radar quicken was lost foul on navy punctured the gatien with klay who harry cbo was built in the '60s and has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to image asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance banner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to area cbo dozens of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because harris ubuntu has on parallel sensitivity their radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitor radar and world until recently the aging facility was the world's largest single dish radiotelescope that's a status it lost to a new instrument in china and even before hurricane maria it's funding was in question jim over studies with the national science foundation which funds the facility he says it's doing excellent science but if you were to go over all we owe you're but will fund there we do how can they choi than we can't keep finding everything with koa the good news is that most of the telescopes equipment should still work once power is restored scott newman npr news this is npr news.
"nicholas white" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The wall street journal is reporting that lawyers for donald trump have met with the special counsel to lay out their legal argument for why in their view the president did not obstruct justice quoting from the peace the president's lawyers have met several times with several with special counsel robert muller in recent months and submitted memos arguing that the president didn't obstruct justice by firing former fbi chief james comey one mammal laid out the case that mr trump has the inherent authority under the constitution to hire and fire as he sees fit and therefore didn't obstruct justice when he fired mr colmey another outlined why mr colmey would make an unsuitable witness calling him prone to exaggeration and unreliable in congressional testimony in the sorts of leaks to the news media it sounds peter nicholas white house correspondent for the wall street journal and one of the reporters who broke the story thanks for being here mr nichols present your time tonight great to be with you so let's go through the legal arguments at the president's team is making as far as you know is it limited only to the firing of james comey because my understanding would be that that's not the only element of obstruction of justice on the table whether memo the failure was due to wall brought more was involved as the firing of james call me and why that was in their belief that that wasn't obstruction of justice they're making the case that the president has this constitutional authority to uh as head of the executive branch to staff executive branch anywhere he wants dave buttress without citing caselaw and uh and may make the argument essentially that to out a president can do this and there's really nothing to inhibit in and therefore that the obstruction from justice charges really invalid but it went on to in his second memo to to try to discredit colmey said he's a.
"nicholas white" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I it's tomlin's that you're listening to saw white hot we'll be happy to have you hear you know a lot of people barely no podcast exist it never listen to one here on point we what it changed all this month were invited our listeners patella grand about a podcast they love do it in real life or on social media and make sure you let us know what your recommended tell us using the hashtag tried up that's hashtag our wide and thing that's purposes on point the what the house intelligence committee deadline for the justice department to produce evidence backing up president trump's allegation the president obama wire tab trump tower came and went yesterday that deadline no evidence the justice department has for more time there's no precedent for the sitting president accusation that his predecessor barack obama tap tim during the campaign gonna look at this you can join us what does it mean wanna sitting president doesn't back up this very hot claim on sunday arizona republican center john mccain was on seen instead of the union said president probably to provide proof that president obama wire tapped him or say news retract into charge the present is one of two choices he there were tracked or to provide information that the american people deserve because if his predecessor violated the last president obama violated to laugh we've got a serious issue here to say the least yesterday there was no traction in the was also no evidence instead at a press conference of the white house presser tayshaun spice or was it was it was it was dancing harry what's he doesn't really think the present obama when up and tapped his phone personally i think but but i think there's a there's no question that the obama administration that there were actions about surveillance another activities in a car in the twenty sixteen election that is a widely reported activity that occurred back that the president used the word wire captain quote to mean probably surveillance another activities during that well we'll look at what the president tweeted and more with us toughest do that peter nicholas white house correspondent for the wall street journal peter nicolas thanks very much for being with us are down good to be with the with us from washington there and from berkeley california thomas man join us joins a senior fellow governor studies the broke insisted.