36 Burst results for "October"

Fresh update on "october" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "october" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"A version of its Kindle E reader called scribe. It comes with a stylus for digital note taking. 340 bucks is the price. Another is the bedside lamp called the halo rise. It doubles as a wake-up alarm and a sleep tracker. Halo can measure a user's movement and breathing patterns without cameras or microphones. It'll cost a $140. Do you buy plant based burgers? Jeff clay ball tells us that sales for the once rising industry are waning. Sales of refrigerated meat alternatives aren't just flat, they are falling down ten and a half percent in the last year, with inflation pinched budgets part of it is the premium price, part of it is perception, a Deloitte survey found a decline in the belief that it's healthier. Deloitte says meat alternatives are also facing a growing cultural resistance to what some see as it's woke status. Money news brought to you by whole foods market. At Whole Foods market get animal welfare certified beef bone in short ribs for 7 9 9 a pound for October 4th, while supplies last, plus prime members save an extra 10%. Shop in store online term supply. Coming up after traffic and weather and update on Ian. Now a tropical storm, but it costs so much damage in Florida as a hurricane. It's 8 26. Don't miss

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Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 12 hrs ago

Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

"You're running as the Republican in the tenth congressional district in Virginia which is right outside of Washington but it also stretches a bit Tell everybody a little bit about your background From Vietnam in 1975 and then we escaped there within days of the fall Saigon Came over here and my father couldn't find work over here So we had to move to Africa So I grew up I spent 7 years in Africa And while we're over there my parents we spent 7 years over there I was going to French schools and my parents realized at the age of 12 that this kid probably needs to learn English also So we moved back here My mom brought myself in my sport sisters back here while my dad remained over there for 15 years by himself working and seeing him every 6 months but I want to I grabbed on to that American Dream and I want to Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology I was the first class to graduate from there I went to the United States naval academy I got my master's in physics from naval postgraduate school and I was a fellow at MIT and at Harvard But I paid everything back with services country I served 25 years in special operations I thought in Iraq Afghanistan Somalia I was in Pakistan during the earthquake relief I was in the Balkans I dove the ocean depth I recovered John F. Kennedy Jr. but then that's been required last October because just watching Kabul fall and seeing mothers hand babies to marines Just broke my heart I mean that's exactly what happened in Vietnam And so I decided to run for Congress Wow And how old are you I'm 51 sir 51 well you've led a full life at the age of 51 And a very patriotic

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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 22 hrs ago

School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King

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Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.

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Biden praises Braves' 'unstoppable, joyful run' to 2021 win

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Biden praises Braves' 'unstoppable, joyful run' to 2021 win

"President Biden has greeted last year's World Series champs with a nod to one of their legends Just over a year ago nobody figured the Atlanta Braves would even make the playoffs And then they went on what the president calls an unstoppable joyous run ending with a series win over the Houston Astros Forever known as the upset kings of October The current braves were behind him in the east room but the focus was on a late legend Defined by the courage of Hank Aaron the home run king the Hall of Fame brave who died before last season We still think we had a special angel looking over us brave CEO Terry mcguirk Hank Aaron pulling the strings from on high Sagar Meghani Washington

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Rep. Scott Perry: Momentum Is Impoprtant, Leading up to Midterms

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

Rep. Scott Perry: Momentum Is Impoprtant, Leading up to Midterms

"It looks as though things are starting to break for the Republicans here. And that's a pretty good thing. That is a good thing. Look, we've had our ups and downs. You always do, but the important thing is is when you're having the ups and downs Todd, you've been around this enterprise for a long time. You know that momentum is important and the time of peaking is important. And so while the Democrats were raising all kinds of cane and of course the mainstream media was saying, look, the Republicans are false here. Look, if there's a little bit of a stumble and people are coming back from vacation and getting into school and not thinking about elections in September, so be it. When we need them thinking about elections and their life and the grocery Bill, their electricity bill, their gas bill and their safer streets or the lack thereof is October, November when voting starts and voting happens and that's what you're seeing.

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Axios: Search Interest in Abortion Falls as the Border Rises

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 6 d ago

Axios: Search Interest in Abortion Falls as the Border Rises

"Mike Gallagher. I saw an article today about Internet searches, Google searches. They have a metric. They have metrics, you know, that determine what people in America are looking for online. According to axios, Google searches and story interactions about crime and immigration are eclipsing abortion rights and the Mar-a-Lago rate. This is according to the axios midterms dashboard powered by Google trends and news whip data. Actually, it says why it matters with the midterms 7 weeks away, topics that are more likely to favor Democrats have been losing ground to those that Republicans prefer. And searches related to the border, spiked after Florida governor Ron DeSantis flew a asylum seekers, AKA illegal immigrants to Martha's Vineyard. And search interest in inflation and the economy is rising again. What are the Democrats going to do in October? Because this was the October surprise. The illegals being sent to Martha's Vineyard was the Republican Party's October surprise, a little early. The Democrats aren't going to be done. They're going to look at what happened yesterday with this goofy lawsuit filed against the Trump organization. Oh, imagine that. Donald Trump bragged about the value of his apartment. Oh no. Lock him up.

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New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | Last week

New York Attorney General Files Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump

"Literally just in. In the last few moments actually, New York attorney general letitia James and let's remember we have to put context to this. This is someone that before she was even the attorney general. Had it out for president Trump. Full disclosure, I'm a former president Trump, senior hotel executive, interviewed with president Trump. I was hired directly by president Trump and for about two, three years, just prior to starting a career in broadcasting, which is 31 years now. I work directly with president Trump. But that doesn't mean I don't tell the truth about it. I just want to give you that disclaimer just to be more honest than the other side is. This individual letitia James ran as a candidate saying that she would get president Trump and everyone. In president Trump's orbit. Now, who does that? Who says that? This is America. Darn it. In America, there's supposed to be a crime committed, then you allege that someone has committed that crime, but they're in search of crimes with president Trump. Now, this is a civil matter, but it has very harsh words in it to make it appear that it is criminal in nature, but no matter what you hear about this as the day goes on and you can rest assured the Democrat media and you look at all these things that are just coincidentally happening right before weeks before the most consequential election since the Civil War. Look at all these things, all these deadlines, a Trump trial has to start by October 19th. No later. I mean, the world ends if it doesn't start by the 19th. This fake January 6th committee. You know they're going to be coming out with some kind of interim report, has to be before the election. Of course, but they're not political.

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5 Distinct Impediments to a Republican Landslide Victory in November

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last week

5 Distinct Impediments to a Republican Landslide Victory in November

"Have here is a list. The first is the January 6th committee report that looks to be published soon. Looming indictments, we don't know what that's going to look like. Ballots and mules, the fourth that I think ties into what we talk about yesterday is social media suppression alongside the synthetic operation of fake stories being spent on spread on social media funded by billionaires that we covered yesterday. And so if you missed the program yesterday, I think it's important to replay this, cut 5, this lawyer on TikTok Preston Moore tells the world that he was offered $400 from a 501c3 organization, the good info foundation to make an anti Trump video that's against 5 O one regulations. It is illegal. Play cut 5. I was just offered $400 to make an anti Donald Trump propaganda post related to the January 6th investigation that is completely not true. I should start out this video by saying I'm not a Donald Trump supporter so that should give a little bit of context to where I'm coming from. I'm an attorney. I post legal news and analysis on related topics. Okay, here we go with the story. So first thing first, I get an email from somebody, but the good info foundation. We'll talk about them a little more in a minute. I'm going to refer to this person who's Jane. Jane sent me a message letting me know she represented the good info foundation and that she was willing to offer a paid collaboration to discuss some topics related to January 6th. I said, sure, why not all learn some more? Jane says the good info foundation will give me $400 to make a post on my page and then share it to Instagram. Now we laid out this story in great detail yesterday and so I'm not going to repeat that, but I just want to remind some of you and some of you that are tuning into this program that missed our program yesterday that this right there is this an example of how they're using social media as a new terrain to implement a midterm interference election strategy.

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Conservatives Must Stay Vigilant Leading up to the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last week

Conservatives Must Stay Vigilant Leading up to the Midterms

"Say confidently and you know if you watch this program and you listen to it regularly, I am a skeptic and I am a cynic with some of this stuff because I thought Republicans were way off message in June and July. But I'm starting to see momentum seeing candidates really get on message. I'm seeing the funding gaps start to close. I'm starting to see people consolidate. I'm starting to see the maga base show up in great numbers at events and other places. I'm starting to see Democrats flounder, I'm seeing them get off message. I'm seeing voter enthusiasm skyrocket. I'm seeing a lot of the prerequisites that I think would result in a favorable outcome in November. And that is why we must say, wait a second, I am not going to live through what I lived through in 2020 again. In 2020, everywhere I went and this was one of my great complaints of the Trump campaign. And I was right there, not involved in the campaign, but I was advising the president on some of the youth vote stuff. I knew all the people that ran the Trump campaign without saying any names. The cockiness, the arrogance, the self righteousness that some of the consultants that were running the Trump campaign had was one of the most disgusting and irritating attitudes I have ever been around in my entire life. Oh, Charlie, we're going to win in a landslide, Charlie. This is 2016 all over again. I'll never forget being on the bus from the Trump hotel to The White House with 15 people with their drinks. This is on election night. Getting totally drunk. And I said, guys, why are you celebrating? Oh, we're going to win a landslide. I said, guys, no, I don't think that's going to happen. The attitude was like, we got this thing, and I was the only one that was not the only one. I was one of the few people. I said, guys, I don't think this is a good idea. We can't let that happen again, everybody.

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What Will Desperate Democrats Do Before the Midterms?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

What Will Desperate Democrats Do Before the Midterms?

"What is it that people like Mark Elias, for example, Marc Elias being the sneaky evil genius behind the Democrat party? What is it that they might have? To do. What do they have planned? What do they have left? Well, we need to talk about this because I'm afraid Republicans were always playing a step behind. The saying goes is we play checkers and they play chess. The first is this. What do Democrats have up their sleeve? Well, Mark Elias, if you do not know who Mark Elias is. Mark Elias is one of the most powerful people alive. Mark Elias is a Democrat lawyer, he is he controls hundreds of millions of dollars that are at his donated by Democrat operatives to deploy for mass mail in voting to change our election laws, Mark Elias runs an organization called democracy, docket dot com. Everybody listening to this should be aware of democracy, docket dot com. He is a Democrat puppet master. He's able to swindle donors. He talks very, very persuasively. He files lawsuit after lawsuit all around protecting voting rights when in reality it's about mass mail in voting. Completely blurring the lines between election integrity and outright widespread fraud on democracy docket dot com. You will see that Marc Elias is freaking out that Republicans are actually filing lawsuits who they call it GOP anti voting lawsuits increased nearly fivefold in 2022. So Mark Elias is the schemer, Mark Elias is the planner. He is the person that always puts together the strategy, the game plan. To try to hijack our entire civilization.

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Democrats Get Nervous As Polls Trend Upwards for Republicans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

Democrats Get Nervous As Polls Trend Upwards for Republicans

"Democrats are getting increasingly nervous. Remember politics is not just about what happens at one moment in time. It is a trajectory. It is a pattern of events that leads to a culminating or a culmination, a culminating event in early November. Right now there is a trendline that is very disturbing for the Democrat party. It seemed they got very, very hot over the summer and now the new polls that are coming out, which I know a lot of people say Charlie, I don't trust the polls. Well, these are polling. This is polling from liberal firms that are showing some Republicans starting to get separation speed. And we're seeing it on the ground in real time. Emerson has Ron Johnson up four points in the great state of Wisconsin. We were just there for our turning point action event in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In Georgia, which is a flip Herschel Walker up two points on Raphael Warnock. In Texas, Greg Abbott up 11 points on Robert Francis o'rourke. The latest poll out of Arizona shows Carrie Lake up four points on Katie hopps. And the trend continues. And the pattern of polling that we are seeing is Democrats. Are going down dramatically. Now, we are seeing this and we should celebrate this in the moment, but wait a second. This is not the election. This is not the entire ball game. The question is, with the trend improving with the gap tightening, Democrats are now going to become very, very desperate. If, for example, it is true that Herschel Walker wins in Georgia. If it is true, that Ron Johnson will win in Wisconsin. If it is true, that Adam laxalt wins in Nevada. Even with that, even with Blake masters and Oz not making it across the finish line, which I think they will, it's a Republican Senate.

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Eric Metaxas: Christians Have a Duty to Speak up & Save America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Eric Metaxas: Christians Have a Duty to Speak up & Save America

"It's great having you on the program. Are you ready for our multi city extravaganza in October? All right, listen, I am so looking forward to it. I wish we could start right away. I know it's going to be fun. But you know Mike, you know, better than anybody. It's about truth. It's about saving America and I have to tell you the passion that comes up in my life. When I think about this nation and those who have died for our liberties and I think about so many people who don't get it, they're keeping silent, they're saying whatever, I don't want to be political, I'm tired of the battle. And I think to myself, okay, if you call yourself some kind of Christian. Because I've never written a book in my life, aimed at just the church. Right. My books are for everybody. But I say if you call yourself any kind of a Christian and you are being silent right now in the face of evil in the face of the things that are happening in every direction, most Americans see the craziness. If you're being silent, God will hold you to account because the German church was silent in the 30s, they had all kinds of reasons for being silent. They thought they had good biblical reasons. We're just going to preach the gospel. We don't want to get involved in politics. And that country went to hell. We've never seen anything like it. The 20th century was a nightmare. And I say it's because of the silence of the church. And that is why I wrote this book because the American church is today mostly being silent as the grave God will not hold us guiltless for the silence. People need to understand if you call yourself some kind of Christian, you have a duty to speak the truth. And if somebody wants to say, oh, you're being political, you need to ignore it. You

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Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last week

Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story

"People know your story from afar. Tell it to us in your own words. Well, it's exactly as you just said. I mean, in 19 2016, I was targeted by the deep state, not really I don't believe we get me, although they did buy that. But really, to get Donald Trump, they thought that by coming after me, as his campaign chairman, that in order to get out of harm's way, I would agree to their narrative and particular Andrew weisman scenario who worked for bob Mueller. That Donald Trump and the campaign was colluding with Vladimir Putin and Russia. I wouldn't do it and they brought all the powers of the state in the deep state down on me. Yeah, and they target you out as trying to be almost this symbol, if you will. Of someone to Donald Trump. So in here and kind of the summer year book, political prisoner persecuted prosecuted not silenced. It talks here that they tried their best to have you turn on president Trump and you refused. Can you talk about that? Yeah, to do so, I would have had to lie. And there's no way I was going to do that. But Andrew weissmann had this crazy theory that he had totally made up. He did take a disparate facts that were true facts. And then created a timeline of knowledge that would try and put Trump ahead of the hacking of the DNC server and then authorizing through me to Roger Stone, to Carter page, the release by WikiLeaks of the dumps from the DNC acts that occurred in July and in October. The only problem with that is none of it was true. Number one, Trump didn't have advanced knowledge like weissen claimed he did. Number two, you know, I wasn't talking to Roger Stone about any of this. And number three, we had no connection to WikiLeaks or the DNC hack.

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Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last week

Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

"Get back to the show with grand stinchfield. Well, I'll tell you what it is such a pleasure to be sitting in for my good friend doctor Sebastian gork I always enjoy being in the studio talking to you as well. All of you out there. And one of the things I love is when we have great guests on this program, which doctor Sebastian gorka always has great guys on. One of my favorites used to come on my newsmax show all the time, of course, is John Solomon from just the news, who's been breaking so much news over the course of so many years, but John Solomon is great to have you on the program. Great to be with you, grant. Great to be with you. Now I'm going to try this. The audio is a little shaky, but let's give this a shot. So John, January 6th, you have been beyond many on top of everything surrounding January 6th, the leftist play on the political prisoners that they've been holding all these things. It looks like they are now going to reconvene the January 6th committee in Congress. In October, just in time for the November elections. Is this some kind of October surprise that they're doing another ploy? Well, I think it exposes once again what people have thought about the January 6th committee, which is political first in public interest second. They've been driving politics from the beginning. This is all about attacking Trump nation. And not about getting to the root issues that should matter to the American public. Like, how did a $600 million police force get overrun by a group of old guns on January 6th? We don't have any answers to that. After 9 11, we learned from the failures of 9 11. The January 6th committee isn't interested. Last week I broke a story. There were as many as ten capital police whistleblowers have come forward saying, we had all the intelligence to prevent January 6th, but we didn't create the plan. The resourcing, the mindset to defend the capitol that day, that should scare all of us, because those problems haven't been fixed.

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It's tapped: Germany's Oktoberfest opens after 2-year hiatus

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

It's tapped: Germany's Oktoberfest opens after 2-year hiatus

"The beer is flowing at Munich's world famous October fest for the first time since 2019 Excited crowds rushed through the Gates of the world famous beer festival many of them running towards the massive beer tents With the traditional three knots of a hammer and a cry of ossat is its tat Munich's mayor declared the festival open fans marched into the hofbrau tent setting the mood as crowds had been waiting since 2019 to revisit the huge drinking party Jackson and American tourists from Oregon said he was excited to be there on the first day of the 17 day festival I'm looking forward to drinking beer and seeing German culture The October fest has typically drawn about 6 million visitors every year to pack festival grounds in the various capital The events did not take place in 2020 and 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic I'm Karen Chammas

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NFL Self-Owns With Laughable Latino Heritage Month Logo

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | Last week

NFL Self-Owns With Laughable Latino Heritage Month Logo

"I want to talk about this NFL shenanigans and the wokeness of the NFL 'cause I know the NFL season is upon us and a lot of you guys are watching the NFL probably to your demise, however, the NFL can't stop going woke. So I'm gonna read this article real quick that talks about the NFL's social media users were ruthless and lambasting the NFL for unveiling an advertising campaign aimed at the Latino community. The NFL unveiled the second annual poor law culture court culture. That's why I don't speak Spanish. Poor la cordura, I sound like my black Spanish teacher when I was in high school. She didn't know no Spanish. Anyway, campaign has celebrated Latino heritage month, which runs from September 15th to October 15th as part of the campaign to NFL debut and alternative logo with an accent mark over the letter N I guess they wanted to be an a, which is the league's really claim added an unmistakable Latino flavor. To this campaign, Twitter users were ripping their rear ends over this. And I wish you guys could see this picture because it's absolutely asinine.

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Oktoberfest is back but shadowed by 'red hot' inflation

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Oktoberfest is back but shadowed by 'red hot' inflation

"After three years of absence the renowned German beer festival October fest is returning to Munich for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic As a band plays just days ahead of opening preparations for the world's largest beer party are in full swing workers set up columns and prepare tables at the usually annual October fest Munich's mayor dieter writer says everyone is raring to go It is beautiful and as you can see the enthusiasm has returned and I'm sure that all Munich residents and guests are looking forward to the October fest again However three years later much has changed and bruised and visitors alike will feel the very strong pinch of inflation for one thing the two pint mug of beer will cost 15% more compared with 2019 prices the popular beer festival in the Bavarian capital will be held without any pandemic restrictions for 17 days until the 3rd of October Germany's national day I'm Karen Chammas

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What Will Eric Discuss With Andrew Klavan at Socrates in the City?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | Last week

What Will Eric Discuss With Andrew Klavan at Socrates in the City?

"What are you most excited to talk with Andrew clavin about at your upcoming Socrates event? This is like a cream puff question. Because if you listen to this program when I interviewed Andrew clavin about his new book, the truth and beauty, he brings a literary genius mind to the words of Jesus, that doesn't often happen. And I have to tell you what he does in the book the truth and beauty, that's going to be the main subject of conversation because I'm a literary guy. I appreciate literature. I was an English major in college, and I appreciate classic literature, so the idea, the basic idea of the conversation is, you know, how did the greatest poets in the English language in the romantic period help you understand the words of Jesus or the tougher passages, what Jesus says tough thing. So that's the main conversation, but I also want to talk to them about really to answer this question. He wrote a book came out a few years ago talking about it's kind of like my book fish out of water. It's like the story of his life and how he came to faith. It is nuts. I could do a separate Socrates and said he just done that. It is absolutely an insane story. And I do want to get into that with him at the Socrates in the city event and which reminds me go to Socrates and city dot com. Please buy a ticket by tickets for your friends if you want to come in. We want to make it possible for you. To stay at the union league club if you can come September 27th, we're doing an event in Houston on October 12th, that registration just opened up with James tour. But these are exciting events.

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"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"And I think the committee had the opportunity to hear from the intelligence community in a classified setting not too long ago and we can follow up in the closed session. But we have considerable evidence that they have the intent. The question at the moment is the capability. God bless Maisie hirono, congressman Gallagher, because she'll never gonna win the spelling bee, but sometimes she blunders into a question that disarms a calling. And they say, well, you folks just got briefed that they have the intention. We know they have the intention to hit the United States. And now we think they get the capability in 6 months and they're 460 plus Americans. Were you surprised by any of this yesterday? Well, I was a little bit surprised by the clarity that call offered because we got a different message when he and others were briefing us during the surrender in Afghanistan. And the message was really twofold it was the Taliban is evaluating its relationship with Al-Qaeda. That's bogus. The Taliban and Al-Qaeda's relationship has been consistently cooperative for years. One question by May the centcom commander general McKenzie said he didn't know if Al-Qaeda had sworn buyout or official allegiance to the Taliban, which, of course, it has and has reaffirmed in recent years. And then the other sort of meta narrative was this idea that ISIS K and the Taliban's going to take care of ISIS K for us, which though these groups compete though at times, they fight each other. I think it's a complete fantasy. And I think it's quite dangerous to have gotten ourselves in a position where we're entirely dependent on the Taliban for our counter terrorism strategy in Afghanistan. And so this threat is only going to get worse. The fact that we are putting all our eggs in the basket of over the horizon counter terrorism is foolhardy as illustrated by the tragic drone strike that killed ten Afghan civilians on our way out the door. There are severe limits to over the horizon strikes in large part because it's very difficult to generate intelligence on the ground that is necessary to do precision strikes. And our human networks in particular are entirely compromised because our presence no longer exists in Afghanistan. And so I think this administration is operating under a set of naive assumptions regarding the Taliban in order to justify what was a humiliating surrender and a fiasco for U.S. foreign policy, one that continues to undermine our deterrent posture, not only in the Middle East, but all over the world. The political needs of the president, particularly in Virginia or Glenn youngkin is beating Terry mcauliffe and will scare away people from his FDR fantasy. But the political need to the president are obliging the administration to downplay what happened in Afghanistan. Do you think that the public is aware of what happened? How many citizens are still there and the threats that are emerging again a minute? Yes, I think that Biden administration made the cynical political calculation that Americans don't care about Afghanistan. And maybe part of maybe most Americans wanted to get out. But Americans don't like to be humiliated. Americans don't want the American government to abandon American citizens. And I think therefore it is backfiring. So important to elect Glenn youngkin in Virginia, even even for those of us who don't live in Virginia because by electing Glen junkin, not only are you helping the state of Virginia fix education, you could be dealing a death blow to this radical progressive agenda that is bad for America. If youngin wins, I think it forces the Democrats to reevaluate going full force behind Bernie Sanders budget and his agenda here at the federal level. So critical. Mike Gallagher always good to talk to congressman. Thank you for good common sense. Conservatism every day, every week that he's on, and he's representing Wisconsin, but speaking to Virginia voters, right there, go vote. We're going youngin. Someone. You and me welcome back American from let it be the up being rereleased today in anticipation of new Beatles on Brian Brian was pretty maybe. Almost both doctor really left The Beatles. I'm not sure, but it's kind of fun to have the new audition to let it be. Brian, good morning to you. I tweeted last night a Washington Post story that is about the Democrats tax on billionaire.

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"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"The problem is, and I have tweeted this out, the Senate's parliamentarian says the registry idea, which is being floated is a workaround. From there earlier Senate parliamentarians refusal to discuss Amnesty and a reconciliation package is not acceptable to reconciliation package. They're trying to jam in an Amnesty on the QT. Meanwhile, another post story this morning, John Hudson and Ellen nakashima in advance of climate summit, tension among Biden aids on China policy. And so you have to posters now taking the pushing the lead way down. But the problem is John Kerry wants big climate gains, and he wants to diplomacy with China and neither China nor Biden want to talk to each other because they're on the brink of a very, very big confrontation in the South China Sea. And so I'm telling you right now, that's not going to get done. They're going to go off the Glasgow. And they're going to have everyone show up in Glasgow, 202 hundred different country 160 countries. Cop 26 or something, who knows what it stands for? And they're not going to get anything done because China is not going to do anything in the United States Senate and House won't agree on anything that will make it into reconciliation that even is passable as a pretend costume Halloween costume of climate change legislation. Meanwhile, across the river, with all eyes in D.C., trained on across the river in Virginia, they see Glenn Jenkins numbers, and private polling shows him surging. Harnessing, according to Politico, parent, anger, in a possible 22 GOP preview. Look, this has got nothing to do with 22 GOP preview. This has got to do with Virginia being in a total state of disarray under Democrat Ralph northam and Terry mcauliffe before I'm Jerry McCall, who's trying to make a comeback. Glenn youngkin is betting on parents anger with local school boards to help him edge out of victory in Virginia's governor's race against Terry mccoll. It's so bad, Terry mcgough is now getting calls from people saying, Terry, I'm going to be late to the party next Tuesday night. They don't want to stand around in the ballroom like Al Gore's ballroom in 2004. They want to be in the Romney ballroom of 2012. It's where everyone thinks they're going to win, and then they know they're not going to win. You don't want to go to those parties. They're starting to call mcauliffe and say I don't think I want to get close to you. Do you know why? Because of stories like this one. Loudon county forces parents to sign a nondisclosure agreement form to view the CRT inspired curriculum that is called the second step that is going to focus on the LC PS loudoun county school board wants people to sign terms of conditions to display license that the second step curriculum. Which has been singled out by the loudoun county parents against critical theory pact as the source of the problem. They don't want to show you why the diversity equity and inclusion curriculum put forward by the antiracist organization inspired by immense candy. They don't want to show it to parents. They want the signed parents to an NDA. Don't sign the NBA parents, use the Virginia freedom of information act. But there's a reason Glenn young and his surging. People have had it with bureaucrats, whether they're education bureaucrats, state bureaucrats or federal bureaucracy. They've had it with bureaucrats. And it's less than a year into the Biden administration. I'm Hugh Hewitt come right back. All right, two here for birch gold. If you found yourself completely befuddled by events in Afghanistan, alarmed about inflation in otherwise uneasy. Well, about everything. About American standing in the world about what comes next. Then you're feeling like everybody else is and uncertainty is usually a time that you want to increase your holdings in gold..

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"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"october" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Not going. You brought up earlier when we were talking about the equality act, you brought up the Ohio fairness act. The Ohio furnace act says sexual orientation and gender identity are protected classes in the state and there's the question about gender identity and how it allows men who identify and women in private spaces. Now, you're saying that's not in the Bill. And there's disagreement about that. Would you propose an amendment to the Ohio fairness act that's in the legislature right now? Would you propose an amendment to clarify that men can not be in private spaces, girls can not be in boys sports and so on? So Josh mandel, in 2012, you ran against Sharon Brown for U.S. Senate and lost 51 44. Why do you think you'll win this time? James. When you were Ohio GOP chairwoman, Anthony Gonzalez, congressman from northeast Ohio voted to impeach president Trump, he voted with the Democrats on that. At the time, you said he had a rational reason for doing that. Then a few months ago, you called for Anthony to resign. Why the change in position? So, Mike gibbons, in 2018, you ran for U.S. Senate, and you lost to jiminy at the time by 14 to 15 points and of all the candidates on the stage right now while you've invested significant personal resources you've raised the least from individual voters. Why do you think you are the right one to win this race and that doesn't bring that bring something that these other candidates don't bring? Bernie last with you. There's an organization called Ohio business competes that the coalition of businesses that's advocating for the Ohio fairness act making sexual orientation and gender identity protected classes in the state of Ohio. Bernie Moreno companies is listed on the website as one of the co signers in support of this bill. Why do you support that bill? Why did you decide to sign on to Ohio business competes? Want to go back to education here briefly as we mentioned he and I are both Warren guys. I'm more into Harding class in 2005. He is JFK class of doesn't matter. But Terry mcauliffe in the Virginia governor's race recently said parents shouldn't tell schools what to teach. Ron Marino, I'm going to start with you on this. How do we fix the crisis in schools right now? We have people in here that have been filling city council and school board meetings. How do we fix the crisis in schools right now to make them more responsive to parents? Senator Dolan I want to come to you on this. In this last state budget, there was an expansion of school choice programs. Right now, people have been seeing the ads for the backpack Bill that's moving at the state House. What do you think we do on this issue of bringing schools more responsive to parents? So in 2020, according to the Ohio Department of Health, we had a 25% increase in drug overdose deaths in the state of Ohio. Actually, the highest in the last decade. And actually, according to one news report in Trump county, our home county, they're already exceeding their number of overdose deaths. This year, then last year. So it might give ins, I want to hear from you, how do you diagnose this problem? What's causing this problem? And what would you do about it as U.S. senator? So that was Aaron behr's question set. Now, I've already told you, my question, I'm going to replay the audio of me. And I did a climate change question. Here is my final question to the candidates last night. They had talked to you about how the candidates did well in a play of Montage of one of their answers. We can't, again, I can't replay a two hour debate. But you got the idea. Those were substantive significant questions. Key here is there questions Republicans wanted to hear answered by the candidates who want to be their nominee. Not legacy media questions. Cut number 13 my last question of the night. My last question and thank you all. You've all been very respectful of each other and embrace the rules is about debates because you have two conservatives asking questions. The questions have been of interest to conservatives. So my Friends and the legacy media had been here, you would have been asked about January 6th and then January 6th, then you would have been asked about January 6th, which was terrible. But then you would have been asked about Donald Trump's role in the union area. And Stanley didn't talk about issues. Two part question. We'll do this again in the end of March, will you come? And then secondly, if you are the nominee, will you reject any attempt to have a debate with Tim Ryan that consists of a local PBS host who will be a liberal a local plain dealer writer who will be a liberal innocentin choir writer who will be a liberal and then they'll fly in someone from D.C. who, though not declared, will.

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"october" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"october" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Finally on today's program we're off to Japan now where the final preparations are being made for the wedding of princess macco and her non royal husband to be. The relationship has attracted years of media scrutiny in Japan, and much of it has been unfavorable. Well, for more on this, let's hear from monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson Fiona. Welcome to the program. Thanks very much. What is the latest here? What are these last minute preparations and how excited or upset are the Japanese? Well, I mean, it's been a roller coaster a few years. So much has been written about this engagement. And actually this couple of princess Marco komaro, they got engaged in 2017 if you can believe it. The engagement was halted 2018 princess Marco's father said sorry, we're putting a hold on these proceedings. And komaro left for America. And he only reappeared last month. So it's been a very bruising experience. There's been a lot of scoundrel along the way, his mother had a dispute with an ex-boyfriend, which is still unresolved financial dispute. And just the public mood really turned against this marriage. And it really has been a brutal few years for the couple. But finally, they get married tomorrow. It won't be one of these very elaborate weddings that the Japanese public is used to, these beautiful royal weddings. It will actually just be a matter of submitting papers tomorrow. So it's going to be very low key. There will be a press conference apparently afterwards later in the afternoon. But we're not going to see a very photogenic wedding will be very, very low key. How will the public react to that? Obviously, low key is probably good for the princess, but royal women are held to ruthless standards in Japan. So, in a sense, she's turning a page. Yeah, I mean, it's very difficult. So as a royal woman marrying a commoner, the rules are very straightforward. Royal woman marries a commoner, she must leave the royal family. So that's all sort of set out by tradition. So she will be leaving the royal family. She'll be moving to New York. She will become a commoner like her husband and she'll be starting her life. She's trained as an art curator. She trained in the UK actually. And she'll be asking this new life, he's starting out as a junior lawyer, a completely completely different life for princess Marco, who has brought up in the imperial palace in the middle of Tokyo. So it's going to be a big change. I think people feel quite sympathetic towards and they've had a really bruising experience, I think, with the press. But, you know, a lot of people really are not that supportive of this marriage, that there are question marks about komaro whether they're justified or not is irrelevant. This sort of feeling against him, you know, when he started out, he was this cheerful, young. You know, they'd met at university. He seemed like a very nice, you know, welcome addition to the family. And it's all gone very, very sour. So I think it's been absolutely horrific for these two. And yeah, you know, it's been widely reported that princess now has PTSD. So you can imagine how difficult it's been. So I don't know if we can honestly say there'll be massive support. There were protesters out at the weekend, complaining about the wedding and saying that he wasn't a suitable husband. So I think there will be a sigh of relief, probably when it's all over. I understand those that will have the more conservative mindset or royalists, a different relationship to the royal family in Japan than there would be here in the UK, let's say. But I wonder if this sparks a broader conversation about gender inequality in society? Yeah, I mean, it's a really good question. I think, you know, he's had very, very difficult time. Absolutely. But I think it's raising questions about, is it still appropriate for a royal woman in the royal family who marries a commoner? Should she have to leave the royal family? I mean, the royal family is shrinking as it is. Will there be enough people to carry out these engagements and princess Marcos beat a very popular public figure popular member of the royal family? She's 30 now. And so, you know, the public feel they know her rather well. So, you know, I think definitely it raises that question and the way she's being treated is, you know, in many quarters, is going down rather badly. And I think, of course, there's always this background issue about what is Japan going to do about will there be an Empress in the future? Is it going to go on forever the only a male can be emperor? And that's all up for discussion. And I think it does probably reflect the issues in the broader society. Fiona, thank you for this update. That is monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson, I personally am awaiting The Oprah interview that perhaps will come from the princess and her husband debate. That is it. For today's edition of the briefing produced by Rhys James and Emma searle, a researcher, Sophie monaghan coombs. I was studio manager was Christie Evans, the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time. But don't forget to tune in to the monocle daily, which airs live at 1800 London time with host Andrew Mueller and today's panel. I'm Daniel beach. Goodbye, and thank you so much for listening..

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"october" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"october" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"To respond to North Korea. I wonder how united the opposition are in Japan. As we know, I mean, the election in just two weeks. Well, I mean, we've talked about this before, but I mean, they are really a fractured mess quite frankly. It sort of extraordinary that for all the criticism of the LDP, the opposition's really made no inroads. And what's happened with this election, which really came as a bit of a surprise is the biggest opposition party constitutional Democratic Party. And the Japan Communist Party, Japanese Communist Party. They've agreed not to field candidates against each other in a number of single seat constituencies, which means they won't divide the opposition vote. And they're hoping that that will really cut into the LDP vote. Remains to be seen whether that happens. But it's a certainly a fresh departure. It actually quite a positive sign. And I think people feel this election is more interesting than many we've had in the past. And what are the predicted results then of the election? Well, you know, it's an interesting one isn't it? Because it sounds like the LDP is really under fire. I think most people think the LDP will still come out running the country. The numbers may be down. It's already a coalition government. They have a junior coalition party comedo. At the moment, that coalition has 305 of the 465 lower house seats. And fumio kishida is already saying he'll be okay if they get 233. So he's really lowered the bar. And it looks like, you know, they may lose some of these single seat constituencies because of this unified opposition. But I think most people feel it would take a massive turnaround for the LDP and comedo to lose its ruling coalition position. Thank you very much, indeed. That was Fiona Wilson our bureau.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"Two years after the route ninety one harvest festival shooting. I asked Brandon how he thinks about that. Fateful night you know you think about it and you reflect on what you could have changed what he could have done different frank and of course you know. I wish I had done few things different. I'm glad of what I did. I'm glad that helped out at least one person but when you reflect on it it's it's can't change the past and you gotta move on October first. Two thousand seventeen was brandon brandin. Second Day on the job. He went back the third the fourth the fifth. And he's still an officer with boss Vegas Metro and you know I watch my body cam footage or others and It's like did I really do that. This person really do that. I don't remember this but you know it's I'm glad that I did. I knew it was the second day he performed excellently like he did really great and came back to work next day. Averages big says a lot about his character for Richard. One October wasn't the first time he was called to act amid unspeakable the tragedy. He was working as a volunteer. Firefighter upstate New York on nine. Eleven and he responded to Ground Zero as part of a triage team. Sy- two June largest mass casualty incidents in the US history. I better I responded to both of them. Can you reflect on that. Do you reflect on that at all all. Does it ever cross your mind that you know not just one but two which is probably pretty exceedingly rare for someone to have been involved in both in that capacity. I have wondered if there's other people like our department were somehow involved in nine eleven. I know there are some guys that were in the military at times. Nine eleven happened so they may Bennett Ground Zero. So I can't say for sure whether I'm one of the only ones or one of many that have been to both these crime saint and is it difficult to reconcile or to see yourself as someone who you know very likely saved a life that night Because you acted did so quickly. Or how do you sort of view what you did two years later. I'm happy that I save Giovanni's life and I wouldn't call myself a hero. I'm glad that I was there in the right place at the right time to do what I did. I think that most anybody else would have done that in the last lots of heroes at night whether it was police officers firefighters who just ordinary citizens who who started helping. There is a lot of people that night that stepped-up when Las Vegas needed them. You know the next day rich very emotional and you know for some time after that to you know. I didn't want to push him too much watcher. Talk to him if he wasn't ready to talk. This is Anna Child's whom you may remember as Richard's roommate who attended the route ninety one harvest festival after like sometime right after he was able to compose himself where he he told me about. You know what that night what's Head has experienced. And I don't know if if you know this was also a first responders for nine eleven and I you know I asked him you know. How does this compare you know you? You can talk about everything like that and the rich like you are hero. You been a first responder to you. Know some of these the worst the vets and modern American history. And he's been very humble about it in your right like he won't use his words hero or fray but US undoubtedly what he has zero.

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"Shutdown Russell word we got out of the vehicle. Las Vegas Boulevard and Mandalay Bay drive. This is officer Brady Cook. Who graduated from the Police Academy with Brandon Ingram from the rookie officer? Who Store? You've heard over the course of the series just like Brandon Brady second day on. The job was October first. He responded to the Route Ninety one harvest festival with his training officer. Josh Haynes. Here's Brady's account from an interview with the Review Journal shortly after after the shooting and we got other vehicles in just a rain of gunfire and was literally raining gunfire all around us was the sidewalk. And the BLACKTOP in the road. Just poof. It with bullets hitting it and In the midst of that we're open to all the gunfire off of the crowd on us so that gave an opportunity to other people inside. You get out and everything shortly. After arriving on Scene Brady felt a bullet pierces arm so I got hit. Hit me through the back of the shoulder and blew out my bicep when in my chest. Here's audio from body camera footage of the scene. Ah We're we're we're right. Move move good. Aw I didn't know I got hit. I felt my arm completely limp. Like Noodle Brady's field training officer. Josh Haynes reacted quickly and rushed to his Zayd northbound right outside route ninety one south. Did when you move. Your Doc. Officers tracked down ambulance to bring Brady to University Medical Center. He talked to me told me. Stop in this day very forever.

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"In the immediate aftermath of the shooting at the Route Ninety one harvest festival Las Vegas Metro officers responded to the South Central Area Command to split up into strikes teams here I'm going to try and guess on Strike Team Richard Cole assured that his roommate was safe was eager to get back to work art got Richard Trainy Brandon Eckstrom were eventually assigned to return to the festival grounds with force protection team so that we got back to the command station we were ordered to go out with fire and ems to assess anybody else that was still out by the field or in the media area so that's walking through the fairgrounds and and kind of going through debris and correct looking for anybody that we haven't found yet because they're you know unfortunately there's a lot of people that head so I think our trauma unit really is a is a cornerstone of our hospital this is Dr Paul Chester beach a trauma surgeon at University Medical Center who was called to the hospital on the night of the shooting it's the only standalone trauma center west of the Mississippi and what I mean by that is most trauma centers are kind of Integrated within the hospital the problem with that is that your resources are dispersed throughout the hospital are trauma unit is separate but it's centralized I meaning that all of the primary resources we need to care for critically injured patient are in a very small area and that allows us as certain one we're working we can access the those resources very quickly and very efficiently as Richard and Brandon searched for anyone who needed help at the festival grounds many of the victim were flooding into University Medical Center which is also the same hospital where earlier in the night the two officers had rushed Giovanna calcium ideas while working on the St corey I had the chance to visit you. Mc Trauma to sit down with Paul as well as another trauma surgeon Dr Saeed Sakib every night is different a convey very we can get the cannot be very busy or can be very busy with a blunt trauma penetrating trauma gunshots nice stabbing wins pedestrians being hit automobile accidents and everything in between that means we're the only level one trauma center for the State of data we will typically get the sickest patients we'll come our way site was already at UNC victims of the shooting began to show up. I happened to be the night shift that night so one we found out shortly after ten PM those a mass shooting at on the Strip we we've started to receive leave a lot of those patients with sir very quickly within a half hour unlike Sayyed Paul was in at work when the shooting started I was not on any shift I was home finishing up a barbecue and with some family friends and had just put the kids to bed and got a bunch of text alerts on my phone and when I looked at it saw that there was potentially a mass shooting in so called the hospital and then I came in because at that point it's it's an all hands on deck type situation well when the when the call first came out I don't think anybody knew exactly how severe here this is going to be and when I called the hospital I I couldn't get through and I thought that's a bad sign I finally reached somebody and they said Yeah it's very busy Minnesota item get in my car I'll be there shortly because I figured worst case scenario for me I get there and everything's fine and that has come back home so I can you know make myself available and help out with whatever I need to do and had that happened before where you were called in we have a backup system so we have somebody in the building twenty four seven but we always have a backup system so that if things get really busy we can call an additional people so it's not uncommon to get called in two o'clock in the morning if you have you know multiple shooting or a car crash with multiple gums and you need more than one attending surgeon there so it's not uncommon get called in here saieed I mean we that that that night we went to the backup surgeon and then beyond the backup surgeon came in and then he reached out to me actually that night texts demi hurting up hearing about the news and asking you know if he needs to come in if you're available we'd love to have you because like you said better to have more people than less people for something like this and we had a very quick response time so many people came in I'm home not just doctors but nurses and they're all across the board to help out because this was an unprecedented situation I mean I would have been more than happy to drive in and find out that everything was copacetic and then say okay I'll go home now but obviously that wasn't the case.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"The podcast contains audio from the October one mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip listener discretion is advised through on part three of critical condition worried about that was Johnson reported with the Las Vegas Review Journal this is four of critical condition a five part series sharing the stories of two Las Vegas police officers a woman in dire straits and the October night when their lives intersect.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"And they just wanted to know if they were alive or dead and it was it to give them something to make them whole and moment that's what I was GonNa do and that's what I did we get a list of names and once I got to that list of names every hour on our I would do they dispatched officers to the hospitals and they just start heading right names in a hallway worship named people waiting to be seeing who you have in your western and can they talk and once we start the center was set up and it went from our building to the resiliency center who did a fabulous job of managing the family's there people but deputy at night alone you don't adopt certain is not sufficient we need all hands on deck. I can tell you the busiest night I had prior to October I I saw fifteen activation uh-huh unfortunately there's a lot of people that hit.

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"Pardon I was hungry and I had worked at square which was right in the Mandalay Bay across the street so I was like let's go to Mandalay Bay friends so we I just thought the best course of action wants to barricade ourselves in to read for in case there was an active shooter out on the Casino floor whatever the case could have been Aziz thank you know what what could have happened to me I was very very fortunate and it's kind of dislike again me a new is worried for myself I was worried for the people in you know who who were so accessible people who are in the casino at this So I had I had text but I was also trying to respond to a whole bunch of other tax people you know just trying to figure out where I was what was going on okay where are you I was like I'm fine I'm in Red Square we'd like barricaded room you're in Red Square what's going on he's like there Stay stay in Red Square hey stay quiet stay in the back barricade the doors with whatever you can stay barricaded somebody will come and get the management was telling us that you know either Metro or security was going to come and remove everybody from the restaurants after waiting there for an hour I was able to leave and walked back to I walked back to my car which part of the flexor.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"Mm-hmm I had actually left right before all that went down and I went to the Mandalay Bay so aw we left during big and rich which what were the performers right before Jason Aldean's just because we had been there all day and we were did that and we were there for probably about forty five minutes and then Megan decides to Uber Home and she's home she just notices all this case awesome she sends me a text Anna's friend Megan tells her something has happened that she needs to get out of there right away and I was I was just was kind of confused and then people started getting you know all types of tax in calls that you could just see kind of like people running like towards the parking garage pass Mandalay Bay Red Square and so the next thing you know L. Peeler saying active shooter active shooter so some people ran to the front doors of the restaurant closed it locked at close the curtains the windows in we were barricaded and Red Square for the rest of the night do you have any idea of what's going on at this point I mean over time you sort of learn tidbits of things here and there or is it sort of just this confusion of we need to stay barricaded but I'm not quite sure why yeah there was a lot of key fusion nobody knew what was going on it was just that you could just tell they're a sense of panic in the area and you know we everybody Anna decision to leave the festival early put her out of harm's way it was really obviously the whole situation is terrifying and if so Santa's appreciation for life and I also just really grateful that I was able to avoid witnessing all of that devastation that went on I know people's sense of security and psychological health you know been compromiser scarred for potentially forever so yeah I'm very very thankful that I chose leave early not long after the shooting starts we know that Richard heard and his partner Brandon who's been on the job for two days at that point as as in training they run into this woman Giovana and her husband and you know speed them to university medical center but when the when Richard gets back to command station one thing that we so now is that he was frantically trying to get a hold of you but he had left his phone at the station and really didn't have a way to to get a hold of you at least immediate really did you know before he finally reached do that he may be trying to get in touch over you thinking about what he was doing was new that's running through your mind I mean I was texting him you know what's going on are you okay but there was just there was just so much confusion at this point we do not know understood the severity of the situation you know so obviously I mean I was worried as worried for him at this time I was working in a nightclub and on our chat people were saying oh there's active shooters all over the Strip and people people were saying that they were hearing gunshots even though they were like Caesar's policier just across the city it was just complete chaos and confusion vice versa by this time Richard and Brandon had responded to the festival see and driven to UNC trauma with Giovanna Costas whom you may recall as the third year old woman who had been shot in the head as they drove back out the law enforcement staging area near the festival grounds Richard Remembered Anna was at the festival that night and realize that he didn't have his phone on him at the staging area Richard met George Gifford who works with Metros Police Employee Assistance Program George helped him track down and his phone number and Richard called her from a substation landline I pick my phone and he's just like Anna Wary you are you okay are you okay it's Richard I'm don't worry about it there's been a shooting and I remember you know ask him a you know how bad is it and he was just like it's pretty bad Anna might look like for you after that so after that we were stuck in Red Square for few hours restaurant by restaurants that we waited and then finally a couple of security guards came on and they took everybody to the Michael Jackson consider like waiting area so they kind of just put everybody over there and then around four.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"Will the the two officers drive from the hospital to Metro South Central Area Command near the iconic welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign just south of the Route Ninety one harvest festival grounds and we ended up going back to the staging area Richard Cole which is where all the officers were being asked to respond to to form contains be deployed from their. Here's brandon where everybody goes to be thickly attain obtain their orders they need to do where they need to go kind of like the Information Collection Center call it the two officers pull into the parking lot and get out of the SUV the smell of fresh gunpowder permeates the air as rid should in Brandon's fellow officers lit up into strike teams so it's teams to respond if there is a another shooter or there's fire protection teams which we go out with EMT's or fire ambulance to Assess the casualties his people still need help we protect that at at this point Richard in Brandon are two of the only officers at the area command who have actually been to the scene of the shooting most of the officers that are arriving there from other very commands and had not yet been to the concert grounds they were told to go there get into strike team so we were one of the first groups of officers is blanketed with blood provoking questions from some of the other officers it was any I realized the way people were looking at how much blood I had on me by the might a uniform shirt and pants were covered in blood Several people ask me are you okay my head to explain to them it's not my blood Richard's body Cam picks up his conversation as with other officers as he explains the blood on his uniform.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"After helping lift Giovanna into the police vehicle Richard got behind the wheel and begin driving to university medical center or you? Mc Brandon was in the passenger seat with applying first aid to Giovanna in the back here's Brandon we had it in the back and we tove right a unc what's going through your mind on that drive in was anything go through your mind on that drive so many things I mean you know it's everything from What just happened to what can still happen because by this time I mean on the drive over there yes the gunfire has stopped but we hundred percent stop the the threat nobody knew at that time Richard Cole she's bleeding heavily and frankly is talking to her he's yelling heard it to stay with them in the fight and he's at the same time yelling at us to go faster here's audio from it sherds body camera during the drive hot working for the needle on the sub speedometer hovers just over one hundred miles per hour as the vehicle flies north on fifteen in ambulance passes by the opposite it calls come over the radio warning officers not to approach the scene of the shooting via Las Vegas Boulevard the day on the boulevard the all you do not go on all of ours the Richard Cole and well we're driving to you on Cmo also listening to more of the shooting unfolding and during your multiple four nineteen which means multiple dead bodies you're just really started saint candidate this is something that really hurt during the drive and officer calls for a Swat Unit go to room one thirty five on the thirty second floor of Mandalay Bay the room where the shooter was located on Frank Kelso Diaz is still shouting from the back seat telling Richard to hurry up burchard telsim to keep talking to Giovanna and put pressure carried into the building of the head and back in the Brandon is we carried her in and I remember there was a some sort of a physician's assistant or nurse or x rays tech that you didn't really know what was going on because at that point I think you'll bottle was the first victim brought into the hospital he said what's happening I told him it's a terrorist attacking yet we're one of the first ones there and then brandon looked at me and said what are we doing and I said we've got to go back now covered in blood the officers washed their hands and try to catch their breath before heading back out Richard and Brandon leave the hospital without knowing Giovani's name or whether or not she's even still alive I mean enforced so we had to do at the time.

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"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"october" Discussed on Critical Condition: Accounts from One October

"After the gunfire has seized frank was carrying Davanas arms she appeared lifeless and he said she said and had coming in.