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AP News Radio
Zelenskyy, atomic agency chief discuss nuclear plant fears
"The UN's atomic energy chief has warned Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky that the perilous situation at Europe's largest nuclear plant isn't getting any better. In a meeting with zelensky in southern Ukraine covered exclusively by The Associated Press, IAEA director general Rafael grossi said the situation at the Zappos nuclear power plant remains tense because of the heavy military presence surrounded and a blackout that recently struck the facility the plant's 6 reactors are in shut down and it's receiving the electricity it needs to prevent a reactor meltdown through just one remaining power line earlier this month fighting interrupted the power supply to the plant for half a day forcing staff to activate backup generators. I'm Charles De Ledesma
The Trish Regan Show
Larry Elder Shares His Takeaways From the Recent Education Numbers
"When you look at the numbers that we recently got on the education front, and we learned that American students fell so significantly behind during those lockdowns and shutdowns and schools, there weren't in action. What we also learned was that so many students in very poor areas, minority areas, areas that were run by Democrats, they fared much worse than the rest of the country. Is there a takeaway there that people should remember? Absolutely. And again, you look at a place like Baltimore, a Baltimore is where Freddie gray died in police custody a few years ago. The number one and number two people running the police department were black. The people who are in charge of both the county and the city public schools were black. The mayor black, 6 of the officers, three of the 6 officers who were charged were black. The state attorney who blocked the charges against the officers was black. A judge before whom two of the officers tried their cases with black, by the way, he found them not guilty. City council all democratic majority black. The U.S. attorney at the time, Loretta lynch was black. The president at the time with black Barack Obama. And we're talking about systemic racism. I'm reminded of the joke that Wanda Sykes once said, how are you going to complain about the man when you are the man? And you're finding this over and over again and in Baltimore, 13, I'm not making this up, Trish, 13 public high schools involved in the inner city, 0% of the kids are math proficient. And another half a dozen were only 1% of the kids are Mac proficient. That's almost half of all the public high schools in Baltimore were either 0% of the kids or math proficient or only 1% bar. This is absolutely horrific.
The Trish Regan Show
Trish Welcomes Larry Elder, "The Black Face of White Supremacy"
"Larry. Good to have you here. Chris say hello to the blackface of white supremacy. As I was called by the LA times when I ran for governor by a columnist who was like email. It was initials are Erica D Smith, oops. Yeah, you know, look, I know that what you're doing comes from a very good place. And I know that in part just because I know you, but also you've really over the years, pointed out the policy flaws that I think have left so many black Americans disenfranchised. This new movie, and by the way, I say new, this is actually a sequel to the uncle, the original Uncle Tom that you wrote. But this is the second one. And you get into some of these things. I mean, people ought to know, there was a lot of success. Was there not within the African American community long before the war on poverty in the 1960s in my estimation really destroyed so much of it. Absolutely. And by the way, it's a collaborative effort, both these films. The director is Justin Malone. He's absolutely brilliant. It was scored by an amazing composer, a named David criswell, and co written by the star chattel Jackson guy named rival writer Ansel and myself. So it's a collaborative effort. But you're absolutely right about the success of black America. The first one talks about post slavery. When you're talking about an environment with the Klan, lynchings, Jim Crow, still, black people kept moving forward. Why? Basically four reasons. Reliance on family. Even during slavery, a black child was more likely to be born under a roof as biological mother and biological father than to the day.
AP News Radio
In Trump probe, key witness returns, no indictment vote yet
"The New York grand jury hearing the hush bunny case against Donald Trump is not expected to meet today as the case continues with still no word of when any indictment might come. It's another day of tight security here at the courthouse and in front of the DA's office. Yesterday, the grand jury heard from David pecker, former national inquirer publisher, and Donald Trump friend, who was a pivotal figure in the payoff saga. The ex-president is being investigated by the Manhattan DA over payments during his 2016 campaign to two women who allege affairs or sexual encounters with him, something Trump denies pecker's company paid one woman for her story, but never ran it. A journalism practice known as catch and kill. Last night on Sean Hannity's show, Trump called the investigation election interference. In Lower Manhattan, Julie Walker, New York.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Former Collegiate Swimmer Riley Gaines Discusses the Trans Issue
"I want to just, I'm wondering, just kind of the response you're receiving. And what do your critics say? I'm very curious. Because this should be very simple and very elemental. I mean, you should have been a national champion in swimming. And a man comes in and steals it from you. He exposes himself to you in a locker room. He should have been arrested for that, right? For public indecent exposure, that we used to have a country that used to exist. Last time we had a dialog, I said people would take care of it. That's exactly what I meant is that you would be arrested for exposing yourself. If you just kind of walk into a woman's locker room and expose yourself, that used to be called a crime. Now it's called progress. But I'm curious what is the response that you receive from people? What are your critics say? Amount of support. I'm talking about support from all over the political spectrum, which is what makes this topic this issue so interesting. Obviously, we know there are very few things in politics that people can agree on. But this is something, you know, denying man and woman. We can't even define what a woman is. These liberals who, of course, will die on this hill of being able to define a woman. They see what's at stake here. They see how they're trying to eradicate women at the systemic level. And so I have had an overwhelming amount of support from female athletes from parents from medical professionals from coaches, people within the NCAA, they're so much support, which shows me that we are the overwhelming majority in this in this topic. Which begs the question, okay, then why are we catering to the minority? Why are we sacrificing 51% of the population at the expense of half a percent of the population? I don't know the exact statistic, but I can't imagine the trans community makes up more than half a percent of the population. So why are we catering to this? And it's because that we thought this would be a one off instance. But people are realizing it's not. And they see the propaganda being pushed and they're becoming more bold, they're becoming louder and they're starting to use their voices more and I really truthfully believe that the tides are about to turn.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Turning the Transgender Tide With Riley Gaines
"Now is Riley gaines. A former professional and professional former college athlete and swimmer who had a compete against Thomas, the man who is a cheater and she should have probably won the national championship if it wasn't for the man. Riley, welcome to the program last time you were here. We made a lot of headlines. And so welcome back. Well, thank you so much for having me on again, Charlie. Of course. All right, I'm gonna play this piece of tape for our audience. This is an ESPN little biopic, if you will. Celebrating women's history month by showing a man. Thomas, play cut 18. In 2022, swimmer Leah Thomas became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I championship by winning the 500 freestyle. The Texas native competed for three seasons on the men's swim team at the University of Pennsylvania. She began her transition after her sophomore season. She said she holds her persistence, serves a larger purpose. People will say, oh, she just transitioned, so she would have an advantage. They could win. I transitioned to be happy. Why are the women at ESPN putting up with this? I don't know, Riley, your thoughts. I have no idea why the women are putting up with this. I don't understand. It's like they don't see the irony of celebrating a man during women's history month. How are these women okay within? It begs the question, where are the feminists? Where are the women? Where is the group who wore the pink hats? Who wanted to empower women real women? I can't even answer that. I will say though that I just admire states shield who's an ESPN reporter. She does SportsCenter, I believe. And she stood up to this and she said this is wild. This is wrong. She recognizes the differences between men and women, men and women, and why it's unfair and harmful for women to have men and women sports and in our locker rooms.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Living for a Different Kingdom
"John chapter 18 verse 36 Jesus answered my kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom were of this world, my servants would have been fighting, that I might not be delivered over to the Jews, but my kingdom is not from the world. There's a lot we could discuss here as Jesus is facing pilot about to head to the cross and this interaction with him. Even what he says later, he says, for this purpose I was born for this purpose, I've come into the world to bear witness to the truth and everyone who is of the truth listens to my voice. Oh, there's so much we could talk about there, but the reason why I want us to pray specifically for universe 36 is because of the simple reminder it gives you and me today that were not living for kingdoms in this world. We're not living for countries in this world. We're living for a kingdom that's not from the world. And a country that is to come and that changes the way we live and whatever country we are in. And it changes the purpose for which we live here. Our eyes are fixed on another kingdom, a kingdom to come. This is how Jesus taught us to pray our father in heaven all would be your name. Your kingdom come. This is what we're wanting. That's like the first thing we pray. After the hollowing of God's name and all the earth for his kingdom to come, and it's why we pray and most every one of these podcast episodes for unreached people groups in the world because of Jesus words in Matthew 24 about his kingdom, how the gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed as a testimony to all the nations and then the end will come. We want to see his kingdom come, which means we want to see people from every nation and drive and tongue bowing down to Jesus as king and experiencing the love and beauty and glory of Jesus as king. This is what we live for. Not anything else in this world. We live for a kingdom that's not of this world
AP News Radio
Va Tech women headed to 1st Final Four after topping Ohio St
"The Virginia tech hokies advanced to the final four of the NCAA women's basketball tournament for the first time ever with an 84 74 win over the Ohio State buckeyes. Elizabeth kentley had 25 points and 12 rebounds as the hokeys won their 15th straight game. We all come from different places, but this year we came together because we all wanted the same thing. And it's so nice to be at the spot, but we know that we don't want to be done either yet because we have so much fun playing together. Georgia amor added 24 points for Virginia tech and was named the region's most outstanding player. Taylor Mike sell little House state with 25 points, 19 coming in the first half where she had 5 of her 6 three point shots. Jim Bernard, Seattle
AP News Radio
Embiid sits out, Jokic leads Nuggets past 76ers 116-111
"Nikola Jokić took advantage of Joel embiid's absence while leading the nuggets past the 76ers, one 16 one 11, jokic furnished 25.17 rebounds and 12 assists in his league leading 25th triple double of the season. He didn't have to face embiid, who was kept out of the game because of a sore right calf. Jamal Murray finished with 19 points and Bruce Brown 18 for Denver. Philly also played a fourth straight game without James Harden because of an Achilles injury. Tyrese maxi scored 23 of his 29 points by halftime, helping the sixers stay close. I'm Dave ferry
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The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry, is Lamar Jackson on the move, the ravens quarterback says he requested a trade earlier this month. Jackson has received the franchise tag which allows him to negotiate with other teams but gives Baltimore the right to match any offer. The NBA's conference leaders were in action on Monday. Chris Middleton poured in 34 points as the east leading bucks topped the pistons. One 26 one 17. In Denver, Nikola Jokić posted his 29th triple double of the season, amassing 25 points, 17 boards and 12 assists in the nuggets one 16, one 11 win against the 76ers. South Carolina and Virginia tech have advanced to the NCAA women's final four. Aliyah Boston's 22 points and ten rebounds carry the gamecocks past Maryland 86 75. The hokeys were 84 74 winners over Ohio State is Elizabeth kitley furnished 25 points in 12 boards. In men's basketball, Texas promoted Rodney Terry to head coach after he led the longhorns to the elite 8 this month. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
AP News Radio
Wild beat Kraken 5-1 behind Boldy's 2nd hat trick in 8 days
"The wild's 5 one win over the kraken keeps Minnesota in control of first place in the central division. Matt baldy had a natural hat trick after Jake Middleton opened the scoring late in the first period. Baldi is two goals shy of 30 following his second hat trick in 8 days. While I'm answer playing great. Hopefully you guys are giving them a lot of credit. You look at some of those goals, just put it on a tee for me. Mark Andre flurry handled 35 shots. Liking the cracking until Jaden Schwartz scored with 9 minutes left. Ryan Hartman also scored for the wild. The kraken have dropped 6 of 9 as they try to nail down a wild card birth and just their second season. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Palmieri has 2 goals, assist as Islanders beat Devils 5-1
"The islanders are closer to a playoff birth following a 5 one win over the Devils. Kyle Palmer scored two straight goals. The first snap had gone one all tie in, the second period. Right now, our line is as a whole and our team is playing well. And we just got to keep that going. The horvat entered an 11 game goal drought when he and Zach parisi scored empty netters. Ilya siroc and stopped 30 shots to help New York move 6 points clear of a postseason birth. The devil's remained three points behind the metropolitan division leading hurricanes, who have two games in hand. Eric Hollis scored shorthanded for New Jersey. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
U.S. renewable electricity surpassed coal in 2022
"U.S. renewable electricity surpassed energy derived from coal last year. I'm Lisa dwyer. The U.S. energy information administration announced that in 2022, electricity generated from renewables surpassed coal electricity production in the United States for the first time growth in wind and solar significantly drove the increase in renewable energy and contributed 14% of the electricity produced domestically produced 26% of the national utility scale solar electricity, followed by Texas with 16% and North Carolina with 8%, the most wind generation occurred
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Middleton leads short-handed Bucks past decimated Pistons
"The box earned a one 26 one 17 win over the pistons while Yanis had tend to Cooper rested his sore knee. Chris Middleton picked up the offensive slack by scoring 34 points against the team that drafted him. Milwaukee also received 24 points and 14 rebounds from brook Lopez. Bobby portis provided 21 points and 14 boards, and javon Carter scored 22. Detroit didn't go away after falling behind by 15 late in the second quarter. Jayden ivy had 32 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, but the pistons still lost for the 17th time in 18 games. I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
March Madness: Boston, South Carolina women reach Final Four
"Unbeaten South Carolina advanced to its third straight final four topping Ohio State 86 75 and the NCAA women's basketball elite 8. Leah Boston scored 22 points and ziya cook had 18 to lead her team back from a 6 point first half deficit. I think we just had to start attacking them the same way they were attacking us. Coach kept telling us that we see harder plans. So we got to make sure we're doing the same thing. But they definitely were getting down on downhill on us and we just wanted to make sure we did the same thing may lay ups and just became great defenders. The gamecocks next play Iowa and Friday's national semifinal. Diamond Miller scored 24 for Maryland in the loss. Josh rowntree AP sports.
The Officer Tatum Show
What Is Critical Race Theory?
"I don't know if it's intentional, unintentional, but can you break down what critical race theory really is because a lot of people say a lot of things about it, but you're the expert on it, wrote a book about it. What is critical race theory? Yeah, the first thing I would say is that the nebulous message is intentional. That kind of way of making it seem like you can't really define it. You can't really pin it. It's kind of a moving target. It's intentional so that people can't criticize. If you can't name it, if you can't define it, then Bethany mandel got in trouble. What was that last week? She couldn't define wokeness, right? They're going to come after you. You don't even know what you're talking about. And so it's a very clever weapon that they use. But critical race theory at its root is the belief that racism is endemic in our society that it's interwoven into our institutions and that it's the reason for racial disparities. So anytime racial disparities pop up, it's because the institution itself is racist. And so they believe that the entirety of western culture, the entirety of our the foundations of our country, whether we're talking about the First Amendment or the Second Amendment or neutral principles of constitutional law. This is straight from the founders. They think that these things are imbibed with white supremacy and they drive white supremacy and oppression of non white people. So that's critical race theory at its root. What they'll tell you though is they'll tell you that it's a tool of analysis and it's a way to see racism in places that where it's been driven underground. Because what they tell you, Tatum is that the civil rights movement start out. It didn't accomplish what it set out to accomplish. And so they need a critical race theory to come in because racism had interwoven itself into our society and hidden itself and now it's clandestine and operating behind the scenes. And so they need a critical race theory to see it. It's that special super spy decoder ring so you can see where it where it's not apparent and it's driving these racial disparities.
The Officer Tatum Show
NBC Affiliate WLBT Anchor Was Fired for Reciting Snoop Dogg Lyrics
"I don't know if you guys saw the anchor, I think she was in Alabama somewhere. The anchor on the TV show. On our TV show, but the news, she was promoting something that Snoop Dogg was doing. I think like a wine business that he has or something like that. And they had made some inches of Snoop Dogg and then they should partner with some people and maybe I think one of their colleagues, where was it at? I was Jackson, Mississippi. So they had mentioned that maybe snoop dogs are part of one of the probably one of their colleagues. I'm assuming that this person was probably a colleague just by the way that they were talking about her in the end. One of the ladies on the show, she was one of the anchors. And she had said, for shizzle my nizzle, and they fired her. Now, I would argue that out of everybody that's listening to me on a radio right now. Probably 5 know what for shizzle my nizzle mean. Or at least know the words that for sure my nizzle is doing a play on in order to not say the official words. I guarantee you probably nobody can call in and tell me what it really, really says. It's rare. And I'm sure the anchor had no idea what for shizzle my nizzle or at any point thought there was something negative. But just for you folks that are out there for shizzle my nizzle is a part of Snoop Dogg's rap lyrics. And what he's pretty much saying instead of saying for show my inward is for shizzle my nizzle. So he kind of, you know, kind of put a little stank on the word for sure, or for show, he put for shizzle, and then put a little stank on inward and put nizzle. So therefore, people can actually say it without saying the N word. And I guarantee you 95% of white people had no idea that that's what it said.
The Officer Tatum Show
Mississippi News Anchor Pulled Off Air After Quoting Snoop Dogg
"I don't know if you guys saw this, Sean, you brought it up to my attention. And I didn't think I didn't have a chance to talk about already, 'cause I was going all last week. I don't know if you guys saw the anchor, I think she was in Alabama somewhere. The anchor on the TV show. On our TV show, but the news, she was promoting something that Snoop Dogg was doing. I think like a wine business that he has or something like that. And they had made some inches of Snoop Dogg and then they should partner with some people and maybe I think one of their colleagues, where was it at? I was Jackson, Mississippi. So they had mentioned that maybe snoop dogs are part of one of the probably one of their colleagues. I'm assuming that this person was probably a colleague just by the way that they were talking about her in the end. One of the ladies on the show, she was one of the anchors. And she had said, for shizzle my nizzle, and they fired her. Now, I would argue that out of everybody that's listening to me on a radio right now. Probably 5 people know what for shizzle my nizzle mean. Or at least know the words that for sure my nizzle is doing a play on in order to not say the official words. I guarantee you probably nobody can call in and tell me what it really, really says. It's rare. And I'm sure the anchor had no idea what for shizzle my nizzle or at any point thought there was something negative. But just for you folks that are out there for shizzle my nizzle is a part of Snoop Dogg's rap lyrics. And what he's pretty much saying instead of saying for show my inward is for shizzle my nizzle. So he kind of, you know, kind of put a little stank on the word for sure, or for show, he put for shizzle, and then put a little stank on inward and put nizzle. So therefore, people can actually say it without saying the N word.
"one am" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"WABC Hey girl what's up I know it's one a.m. so what are we doing Oh yeah that's totally go to that place I love that place Wait a minute What is that No no no shut up for a second There's like a light in the sky or a bird or something Oh no Oh my God Oh my God it's getting closer Oh my God it's gonna hit me It's an angel Really Oh my God It's Frankie Rousseau Who's this Yep it is it's Frankie I know I thought he was a janitor at the local boxing game too I guess you're half right What's up girl I did it again You did it again I messed up my cold water and sister Hey guys it's the Frankie Russo show and here's Frankie How you doing Good listen to you last night even though my wife was trying to make me listen She just loves your show but more importantly the callers I will tell you this spiky Russo you.
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"one am" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On murder and other charges. A Deltona man accused of exposing himself to a woman last week was caught Saturday night with his pants down outside of her bedroom window. Sheriff's awesome says it has stopped running. Get on the ground. You're on the ground. Get on the ground, Everybody, not these pants there. Alicia County deputies arrested Francisco Javier era Roscoe Gutierrez after a short foot pursuit. They've been investigating the case after report a week ago, the suspect, knocking on the victim's bedroom window and exposing himself to her at her sliding glass door. Roscoe Gutierrez was charged with indecent exposure, voyeurism, stalking, loitering and prowling and possession of drug paraphernalia. That was after deputies found a crack pipe. In the immediate area, where he was taken into custody. And as the Taliban entered Kabul more than a week ago, there were sending out squads to apprehend members of the Afghan security services, police and others in a number of cities around the country that according to leaked confidential reports from the U. N by the Norwegian Centre for Global Global Analysis director Christian Neeleman now says the only assurances of amnesty the Taliban has given our news conference statements they truly were giving amnesty. To people who have previously worked in the Afghan forces, Afghan special forces Afghan air force on the security services police and other we had expected a fatwa a religious statement to be issued. On amnesty, which we have not seen. Meanwhile in Kabul, an estimated 20,000 Afghans are anxiously trying to get to the airport to evacuate as the Taliban closes in Florida paramedic is off the job this morning, but not because he had sex with a patient not really any way back on August 11th Jandi Moreno was working a seven PM to one AM shift at Plantation General Hospital's ER between nine and 10. Marino disappeared for 45 minutes without telling anyone to have sex with a patient, but it wasn't the unprofessional. Conduct that was listed on the Florida Department of Health Administrative Complaint against Marino that got his license pulled. It was the fact that he abandoned his duties. Going AWOL for nearly an hour without notifying his employer right now had been working as a paramedic since 2011 Loralee Wdbo, one of 73 FM, and am 5, 80. Well, that'll be my weird story of the day. I think there's a lot of competition today. 12 35 on Orlando's news at.
"one am" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Weekdays, 3 to 6 on W one a.m.. I don't know why, but Americans constantly want to say, you know. Oh, there the American royal family the candidate for long time they wanted the Kennedy is to be the American world coming by the way, The Kennedy family is so dysfunctional and so messed up that that's actually probably the best comparison to the actual royal family. But this one really caught my eye Scarlett Johansson and Colon joist. Is a colander Colin. Exactly. He's one of the comedy guys on he does weekend update right side. He and scold Johansson are now having a baby. But this is the weird thing. Vulture. Com They they specialize in pop culture stories like this. Their headline is America's Royal Family is having a baby, and you don't even know how to pronounce his name. Yeah, I didn't know who he was. I'm looking at him, and I don't recognize him. But he's there part of America's royal family. I'm sorry, Larry who, if you had to pick someone who would for America's runner? Yes. Who So now are it depends on what you consider royal just iconic for America and whatever way that you well, I would like to think. And it's because I'm old school. You know, the Reagan family until Ron Jr Scooter? Here's the problem. Even with the royal family in England, you've got you know some some miscreants who sort of sully the name right? I would like to think of Ronald Reagan as sort of that, But I don't I don't think there is a royal family in America because we're Americans. And we don't believe in monarchies. The whole reason why we're here. But if I had to pick, but it wouldn't be Scarlett Johansson and and some guy on Saturday night live that what if we've never heard of which is so and I'm thinking like 1999 Britney Justin. That good right represents. Britney Spears and just again. I love it that whoever we think of there's some dysfunction involved. It's fun to watch. I mean, the royal family, the one that we are watch. Anyway, There's so much defunct. Yeah, but there has to be a political aspect to Iraq as the royal family. By definition, they are they are the moderates. They are the ruling. The Clintons are so oh, my gosh, there's nobody don't like there. Well, I didn't say to like the Royal I guess that's true. Well, the bushes. I mean, you could make the argument there you've got you've got The patriarch George Herbert Walker. Bush, President United States his son George W. Bush, president United States Jeb Bush was the governor of Florida You've got now his son is running for governor of Texas. Definitely these legacy. These legacies the politicians so I would actually go back to Kennedy's The Kennedy is there so deep in this, I suppose, but other than I mean, they had one president and two senators, and and that was it. I mean, I guess not. It's true, Patrick. Congressman. I guess that's true. I guess there's a few more there. I just don't like the idea of a royal family at all in America, because let's face it. Who is everybody that we just named? First of all, they have a sense of entitlement to them. I'm sorry. Like I like the Bush family. But there is a sense of entitlement there. Jeb sort of used that this last time around in 2016. He was so angry. You know the whole police clap thing. He's still butter right? Exactly, And so that the royal families have a sense of entitlement that Kennedy's God knows dead. They generally I mean, when they're full business seems to be just being in politics in elected office. I'm very suspicious of that. Get a real job first, and then come in here and show me something. I just don't like the idea of of of, uh, dynasties, right? That's why everybody who wants called Dynasty everyone who wants Donald Trump Jr to run. It's like No, even if I'm sorry, even if he's a good guy, even if he could be a good leader. No, just because his name is Trump That's not okay with me. I don't like the idea of dynasty. No, We don't have an American royal family for a reason, because we're America and I love that. And And if we did, it wouldn't be Scarlett Johansson. Oh, absolutely not absolutely ludicrous. But I had this wild idea that being a politician having a political office should be an opportunity, not a career. That's correct. You should just come in. Do your job and get out and don't pass it on to your your spouse. And what is the Dingle family has been is represent. I know Dingle is just a very unfortunately, the Dingle family has represented one congressional district in Michigan for almost 100 years. Now, that's insane. It is insane, and it's wrong and we don't want a royal family. So I will say congratulations to Scarlett Show. Yes, I think it is her first kid. I believe it is. That's awesome for her, even though her baby is not royal and won't be royal Congratulations to her. Is it me or my? I mean, you're in the PR business. She's announcing that she's pregnant, and she's having her first baby right when her movie is being released, is it beyond a Hollywood star to get pregnant just so she can get an additional publicity hit for her movie? That's after she complained about her outfit. I know, remember? Yeah, I got to keep in the headlines. I have no complaints about the black. You're going to make photo. Maybe she was complaining because she was you know, she was She had a baby just dating. I wouldn't want to be in that costume if I had Baby in my womb, and now it's pressure for her to get back into that shape. Not that I have a womb, although I'm told now that men can our babies so and I want to. I really did. It's 7 22. What's wrong? I just got off the phone with mom and you know, considering what we're paying for her to state that that big box facility they should take better care of her? Well, she gets private duty, full time care. Well, that's what we're paying for, But it's not what she's getting. Are you unhappy with.
"one am" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stories. From ABC News. I'm Shiri Preston with Tropical Storm Elsa bearing up the west side of Florida on the East Side, Sir separates Go on at the scene of the condo tower collapse in Surfside. ABC is Victor Kendo is their work here is still round the clock. Cruz only taking brief pauses when lightning would strike nearby as Elsa passes here in South Florida, this as we got our closest look yet to the collapse site and seeing that massive pile of debris up close, he's just devastating. We saw crews using heavy machinery and even drones in their search and rescue efforts. Nearly £5 million of concrete and debris have been removed. It's in the custody of the Miami Dade Police Department. And being used as evidence. 36 bodies recovered more than 100 still unaccounted for. Elsa was a hurricane for about six hours overnight. But now it's a tropical storm. Once again plowing up the West Side. Elsa is a fast moving storm, which may limit its flooding potential as the eye races over northern Florida, on course for Georgia and the Carolinas. The relief in the voice of governor Rhonda Santa's is evident clearly This could have been worse, but you're always better to be prepared. And so that's what we did, and we're happy that everyone Had all hands on deck over the last couple days. Tampa International Airport, in fact, has reopened several hours ahead of schedule. Has conditions improve. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS Miami BEACH, The acting prime minister of Haiti is asking for calm following the assassination of President Juvenal Malisse, understood to be in his Private residents at one AM when it was ambushed and he was shot to death by assailants, which a.
Talk 1260 KTRC
"one am" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And until and waiting to run for office this year statewide office this year Because now you can actually hit the road. Can actually go out and campaign in front of people. And and go to luncheons for you know, the local Rotary club, and all of that is that kind of your plan is to you know, being in retail retail politicking. Retail politicking is going to be part of it for sure, we're going to have a very strong social media and digital presence. But you know, I'm a little bit old school in that sense, I I like I said, I grew up going to job sites with my dad for him since I was seven. I'm used to seeing people's face to face and talking with them and understanding. You know what they're going through, because that's what I grew up with. I'd prefer to be out on the road and, you know, winning each and every vote door to door person to person. Guests. Zach King Tero. He's running for the state auditor's job, which is not until, uh A year from November. The Primaries will be about a year from now, but it's always always a good idea to get your hat in the ring it and let people know because you know you got to develop name it. You don't have Huge name I d in New Mexico. Well, I think the name it you know, that's that's an excellent point, You know, having my my background coming from an organizing standpoint and being involved with labor at an early age, right down in Los Truth and advocating for human rights, that's where I felt, you know, strong and lasting connections that are Go with me to this day, but I'm bringing together a statewide coalition here, Richard, we know we have over 35 endorsement statewide with state legislators from the House, Senate County Commissioner City councilors, mayors I'm trying to find the dogcatcher but you know keeps, you know Don't be. Don't be little, the dogcatcher. No, no, I'm not gets a serious issue. Animal control's important I understand you got to pick up that John, who's dead in the middle of the road at one AM, Nobody wants that job or or you can help find a forever home like my dog rescues. You know, that's that's another piece. So you know, I guess being the president of young Democrats in New Mexico, you developed a network. Yes. A strong and lasting network. What for? Nothing. Yep, Statewide not just for organizers, but also for consistent volunteers that you don't want to see structural change happen for the party and also for the state. You know, this is everything from labor to small business owners. Folks that you know, are actively involved in government want to make sure it's done, you know. Active, which you know it. It's one of those one of those elected positions. Zach State auditor that a lot of people don't know what they do, but it's very important and I think some notoriety some publicity. Some light was shined on it when Hector Balderas had the job, then went on to be a G. Tim Keller took it up and it was very proactive until he decided he need to run for mayor. Brian Cullen has done a lot lot of investigation in that office as well. It can do great work, and it is critical. Like you said to make sure that our money isn't getting wasted or stolen. Or, you know, squandered away. I mean, the fact that You and M and the pit in the Lobo Club was not investigated for years. And then all of a sudden, all of this, All this dirt came out like, Oh, my God. It's like nobody's nobody's paying any attention. Yeah, well, and that's where I think we need to have more than just a watchful eye. But having those systems in place like I mentioned the local fund advocate, folks often associate the auditor's office as well, Just historically with Public funds and corruption and you know that's fair to associated with. It has a very important role to do with that. But it can also serve as a great, you know, System review for how we invest our money. Whether or not that are otherwise meeting both equity. And making sure that that money is being able to be having a multiplier effect for our economy and our workers. Now it's not as important as water, but money is pretty important. No messy because, well, we cannot afford for two wasted and squandered. We have to make it work for us. Um, Zach, it sounds like you're pretty well organized already. I do You have a website yet? The campaign. I did it, Yeah. So folks can visit www dot BQ for nm dot com. So it's the Q F o r n m dot com. And check out our bio and I would encourage them to learn a little bit more about us reach out to us become involved. And hey, if you like what we have to say, and you want to be part of what we're about to go through to donate as well. All right. So this will be your going to privately financed this whole thing. Take it out of nations, right? Yep. This is how that works right now. You know, I will be pushing for public funding for, um, You know the long road down right down the road, but I think a larger conversation that the feds will also be part of Well, listen, um I think it's exciting to have somebody your age who was so excited about this wants to serve the people in New Mexico and you're in your organized. You've got ideas. You have an incredible amount of experience for somebody your age. I don't want to, you know, saying, Well, you're just a young person, but I mean, I'm just very impressive. Did you pass the bar? So that's the other piece as soon as the pandemic immediately conflicted with the examination date in the process, and I wanted to be very careful about that focused strictly an administrative law. Okay, so I did administrator on focusing on civil rights. Issues on on that investigative piece within the ombudsman side, and I've seen how the transformational impact administrative wall has. I knew that already from my studies, and when I specialized in the constitutional rights Administrative law. How long are carried out for everyday people is incredibly powerful, and that's what this office can do. It can transform that for education for health care again for our elders and our seniors and 88 communities and folks. I need a fighter for them. So that's what I'm looking to earn their vote on. Would you consider taking the bar when the time is right when you have time? I mean, you gotta study for that, so you don't want to fail it. Of course, Of course, you know I'm a I'm a strong, strong believer. And you've got to commit 100% something like that. And I would want to have that be the primary focus. I do want to share as well. You know, Hector Balderas, I believe was 32. When he took on this off. Good point, So I It's not a stranger to a young person at all. It's not a stranger to folks that have worked hard for new Mexicans and have focused ideas that can help everyday new Mexicans. And that's what I'm looking to carry over and bring that excitement, energy and commitment to that. So I'm running as a proud nerd with a strong background and as a problem, a proud to learn from Macia, who has a whole hell of a lot more hair than Hector ever had. Um okay. No, that that was. That wasn't fair. Do me a favor, And when you get elected or you know, if you can, can we outlaw the plumber's crack You probably saw enough of those growing up. It's like Yeah, I'm with you. We got to get rid of that. I don't think that's something you can legislate Richard, but it is something that I think that we can be able to have a more fun conversation and part of the later date. That's the luck, man. Come back anytime you want. You know where to find me. Best of luck with the campaign. Be very, very careful driving around in Mexico. Although man that's like it's like the best get to get out. Get some hours under you Drive around New Mexico and meet the people out out in the little communities. That's that's like the best part. Yeah, I completely agree. And that's why I'm looking forward to the most thing familiar on the on the trail and you know, that's in fact why we named our campaign him paperwork instead. Oh, so this is the people's campaign. This is a workers' families and Community advocates campaign people that are putting the work in tirelessly every day. They deserve to have somebody fighting for them and making sure that money spent right Jack again. The website is W w dot VQ at the lar And.
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"Finra NYC Civic. What is dedication? The thing that drives me every day as a dad is Mariana. We call them, uh, data fish. Jordan every day. He's hungry for something, whether it's attention, Affection knowledge, and there's this huge responsibility in making sure that when he is no longer under my wing that he's a good person, I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers. The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything. So as a dad, you felt like you had to know everything You had to get everything right? It's okay to make mistakes. As long as it's coming from love. Then you know it kind of starts to work itself out. I want him to be able to sit back one day and go. We work together. We did a good job. That's dedication. Find out more at fatherhood dot gov brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services and the Ad Council. Yeah. Some people are starting to travel again. Others prefer to wait. You know you can do both. You did flag Hotel asset at another point of interest. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe. Is there enough general support for the economic recovery, giving you the best view of business in Europe from wherever you happen to be? Not many really have a lot of outdoor space weekdays hit one A.m. Eastern, all Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg radio dot com. Are you looking for ways to earn extra income Interactive brokers Stock yield enhancement program lets you earn extra income on fully paid shares of stock in your brokerage account. Here's how it works with lend your shares to traders who pay us interest to borrow them and you receive 50% of the income earned its that simple, open and interactive brokers account today and start earning extra income. Find out more and I became com slash S. Y e p This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour now, time for a.
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"Me up scotty. That kinda thing. Yes and no yes and that the stargate technology is that technology No in that the way they did it on star trek would take all the computing power the entire planet and more to basically disassemble all of your particles in your body and reassemble radium somehow to some other location and reassemble them and you know facsimile of form basically to some other location. It's not efficient. It's not likely even with the most advanced species Who have developed high tech technology millions of years ahead of us to do it that way what they would do is simply open. A portal He when location inside of a building. Whatever using the stargate technology tune in have another puerto built somewhere else or whatever and then you walk through one and you walk out the other one. And that's most likely the way that kind of a transporter technology woodwork. Far away is it. Do you think in terms of how far away. I think that. I'm gonna guess we probably already have it really. Yep wow well now. I'm basing that partially Some interviews with some very credible people who claim that we do And i've gotten the information from other sources as well it's going to be in the next book and then i i investigated how it could be built in. What would have to be done in order to build it and we do have the meta material. Technology is what's needed in order to build a stargate because in order to make it work something has to go faster. Than the speed of light and that technology that meta material technology is capable of accelerating photons beyond the speed of light and when they come out of the framework they create an electromagnetic shockwave. That the portal. So all you have to do is a physicist. If you're running that organization or that that particular project is learn how to tune the space the right frequency to get the desired effect or the portal opening. That's the way. I believe it works and i would love to see it in action. I don't know if i'll ever live to get to see that 'cause of course that kind of technology is going to be highly classified Long with anti gravity and faster than light travel technology. These things are classified for very good reasons. They give us a strategic military advantage. If we ever use it what if we never use it. We still have the advantage. We have to use it which. I doubt that we would do that unless our backs were to the wall. I because i don't think they really want to expose that. We have this. Is you know keeping secret is been something that the i believe the. Us government has been very very good at Through a process of disinformation and so forth. We're all running around trying to figure out who's got what and who's doing what and who knows what's for sure you know we're all still scratching our heads about all of this but You know. I have a belief that we we certainly have that technology That we could build star game. I'm a marvelous thing that could get us to mars in an instant if we want but we can also use the slipway technology which is An a very exciting technology that i developed ended discovery than i made from studying particles and how they move. Which is vitally important to know. If you're gonna make a theory of everything listen to more coast to coast. Am every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast am dot com for more kings. I thought could never happen. Ne- in punk band law lady parts new original comedy streaming only on pika confused mix of hash anthems salad go our sarah vocals aisha drama fismer basis mumtaz bad manager and me amina lead guitar to pew in front. We are lady parts all of a sudden streaming only on peacock and wonder recorded this. A lot of people have looked and it's really still not clear and why there were over seven hundred. Unmarked cassettes and reels. Why by the reporting something at all. I wasn't sure if anybody was listening or was this recorded. Ephemeral is back listening. Subscribe to ephemeral now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you find your favorite shows and learn more at a federal thought show..
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"Drive is on. Espn ninety four point one and am nine thirty. We're taking paul swan everywhere. Download and subscribe to the drive with pulse wa on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. It's our final segment. Today's edition of the drive for monday. June twenty burst. I'm your host bowl swan. Thanks for tuning in so with the supreme court ruling agency. Nc double a. In the compensation case. I can see more challenges that can see more aggressive pushes toward possibly getting to a point where you get paid for play. How does that help or hurt and helps the student athletes soon. Athlete has market value. Student athlete can take those desired skills that market value and turn that into capital rape. That's pretty fair man. you got value. You should get your value. Now it's a it's a tough marketplace. You might not get your value but at the same time. You have the opportunity. And i think that's the important thing here. You're not guaranteed. You have an opportunity. How does that hurt or help. The school does an institution like marshall. Now have to compete with athletes. Certain athletes for maybe revenue with the athletes be part of the compensation packages from say television networks. If a television network has to deal with the conference the school and possibly could there be a player union for college athletes. Could there be a union that block and would it be a union for big ten athletes. Would it be a union for big twelve athletes. Would it be a union for conference. Usa athletes or would it be a completely all encompassing player union for student athletes. Whatever the qualification would be and so would you have to go through a players association as players union. I mean these are just ideas that are cooking in my head right now. How far this will go. How far can it go. How four should it go because if the student athletes they're saying hey look there's a lot of money out there and we're not fairly compensated for what we bring. We want the opportunity. How does that cut into the university's revenue stream or the athletic department's revenue stream. I mean if you're alabama you're going be fine if you're alabama. You're going to be fine if your marshall houses work because already we've seen the revenue streams aren't necessarily flowing how you increase the revenue streams. How do you compensate the student athletes. How do you do all this and still be competitive. Those are questions still to be asked and of course congress and congress there could be eventually legislation come down. Hey this is how it's going to be in. Congress could change rules. Congress could look at the supreme court. Rulings and say look numb. Were good with them. Because that's where the aa is going to receive any remedy any satisfaction for what is trying to do is through congress through legislation. And this is going to be a long struggle both sides but at the same time. I think there are some very fair and valid points here student. Athlete should not be limited on the type of compensation if a kid who goes to college can go work. Two jobs make some money. I think every opportunity should be afforded. The student athlete student. Athlete has notoriety student. Athlete can cash in on that. And you're saying i can't. You're saying you can't do that because you were an amateur. Well i don't know about you. But i have to agree with the supreme court just from the standpoint that we would smack this thing down if it was happening anywhere else. May i agree. There should be certain levels of compensation. I think there should be fair wages. There's a lot of things i believe. We're not going to get into that today. But at the same time student athletes should have the same opportunities to make money. And what just to see how it all shakes out. That's gonna do it for this edition. Thanks for tuning in my name. Is paul swan back tomorrow. And we'll do it all over again with you right here on. Espn ninety four point one. Am nine thirty and if you would be so inclined you can find me on. Twitter at whole swan appreciate share. Follow there you can join. Our facebook community is growing. Got a page drive with false one. We've got a group that is just for you. It's really well name to. It's the drive with false one group so you know the difference and of course. We've got a podcast. If you missed any part of the show you can find it apple. Podcasts spotify stitcher radio wherever you get your podcast you can find our show. I think you once again for being a part of it back tomorrow here on. Espn ninety four point. One am nine thirty..
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"The parent company continental brand. And that's very decent. The rally news is presented by the subaru. Wrx wrx sti. The typical sports cars world rally championship. The rally sardinia in italy sebastian. Oj further extending his lead in the championship with a comfortable victory. Forty six seconds ahead of toyota team-mate evans bikes moto g p barcelona catalonia spain. Ktm's miguel olivera holding off tarmacs johann zarco in a thriller fabio quarter railroads often lap twenty two at a time penalty taking away. His third and his points lead shave now. Seventeen points by zarko. The scheduled opening round of the twenty twenty one canadian superbike championship slated for the grand ben motor plex june eleventh weekend postponed because of covid. What else the national to are now scheduled to open at cala bogey motorsports park ottawa for city news. One zero one. One am thirteen ten july tenth and the eleventh faces in the pits earlier. We mentioned that f one is going to talk to indycar to see they can avoid the usual monaco grand prix clash with the indianapolis five hundred to promote more f. one crossover mclaren's landowners chiming in. Says he loved to do the indianapolis five hundred one day but probably not at this point in his career landau says the unique challenge the history and prestige of the five hundred is something you'd like to try down the road and that's all gonna fit for this week on the race line race. Wrap your questions. Your opinions and comments on headlines and stories in the news greatly encouraged. Share your racing thoughts and opinions on news and issues with your fellow gear. Heads across our network could win the grand prize in the subaru race. Lonnie mailbag trivia contest. Okay.
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"It went to Venus and that was 1962. Yeah, we've been to Venus before. It was 60 years ago. The last time we there was Magellan around 1990 so It's been 30 years and the scientists say, Look, we can send much smarter probes. Now The time has come to take another look at Venus. And the final question is, you know you were talking about this? Is there any working theory that at one point there could have been life there. I mean, when you look at the amount of time that we you know, humans have been on earth. I mean, it's like a blink of an eye. In the context of a year. And you know, at one point, you know there. There may have been something going on there. Um, but that's my argument. When anyone asks if we have been visited by UFOs, I said, Well, yeah, but just probably not before humans existed. You know, from alien came a million years ago. There was no sign of us. Didn't they build the pyramids? Is that what happened? Oh, yeah. You know, I don't let's not go on ancient aliens here on it. You're going to open up that can of worms. That show is on from one AM until five A.m.. And it's my good friend George Nori. That's where that show is on. Um and and finally. With all of this. The UFO report comes out soon. We'll be we're being told by the early indications are the government is going to say. Well, we're not saying it is aliens, and we're not saying it's not. We don't know We're keeping it. You in UFO unidentified and that's about all we always really determined is they're not American. Yeah, and that that's okay. So big deal. We could have done that. You know, big deal, and that's that will be $28. Million, please. No. But that's all the hoopla about this report that we were told was going to come out in June. Congress has got it. It's going to be released soon. And that 25th. Yeah, that's what we're hearing. Okay, We don't know. We really don't know what they are. Actually, That's a little different than blue Book, though, because Operation Blue Book, the old one back in the sixties and seventies, said Most of these claims of UFO's are unfounded. Or can be explained, naturally or, you know, some other way. Yeah. I mean,.
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"Cynthia woke up to a call at one a.m.. It was the hospital from across the street from the nursing home. David was in respiratory distress and needed to be intubated. The doctor told her he was coherent. But at that time to have to, um Sedate him too. Pesavento leader and I couldn't be there with him. Okay? He even let you know that everything would be okay. He's probably wondering where I was. Symbian never got to say goodbye. David died a week later from covert 19. Since last spring. At least 23 residents at that nursing home have died from the virus, according to federal data. The federal government pays a lot for a nursing home care, but it's up to each state toe license nursing homes, advocates say that's created a patchwork of standards that can leave patients vulnerable. In California determining who even runs a particular nursing home can be difficult. But according to public records, David's nursing home was connected to a chain called or new health. That chain is involved with at least 26 nursing homes across California as either owner operator or in management or administration. New health is owned by a woman named Crystal Solorzano. She had applied to the state for licenses to take over nine of the nursing homes. David's was not one of them. But last year, the California Department of Public Health told Solar Zone out No. All nine license applications were denied. But despite those license denials, our businesses continue to run those nine nursing homes and in California. That's completely legal. The approval process the license your process is a farce. Tony took a tell is an attorney with the California advocates for nursing home reform, he explains. Nursing home owners can take over facilities without first getting a license from the state. It's really bizarre, completely exploited process The state denied Solarz Ah, no license is based on a long track record of violations documented by the state. At one facility and nursing assistant was charged with raping a 52 year old patient. At another. A patient with schizophrenia went missing for weeks. Ticket tell, says the state's licensing rules don't protect residents. California has, in a sense, roll out the red carpet. Bad providers. Hey, it doesn't matter If you're bad provider in California you can get in the building. You can be a squatter and they can't get you out. In a statement of renew spokesman said the owner, Solorzano is quote, fully qualified to own and operate nursing homes, unquote. He went on to say they took steps to mitigate Cove it and protect nursing home residents. Here's how the California Department of Public Health explains the licensing process. The agency says new owners of nursing homes can enter management agreements with the previous owners. Even while the new owner's license applications are still pending, and if those applications are denied they can keep running them while they appeal, even if it takes years. Cellars. Oh, no. Isn't the only nursing home operator to do this? In California Advocate Richard Moll, it says things need to change. He's the director of the New York based Long Term Care Community Coalition. There's Really no federal involvement here, and they're clearly needs to be because the states aren't doing a good job of handle. Yet, he says. That's especially true for nursing home chains that operate across state lines. He wants the federal government to establish stronger standards for vetting nursing home owners. Cynthia Korea wants more oversight, too, even though Villa Mesa where her brother got cove, it wasn't one of the nine homes denied a license. She felt the denials were signed that renew health was already troubled. And in October, Villa Mesa was hit with two serious violations related to patient care. There should be, uh Line drawn in who they can even give a license to their lives are in your hands. They don't deserve to. To manage. Not at all. Some legislators in California agreed the current system may not be working. A bill introduced this year in the state legislature would require nursing home owners to get their own licenses approved before they start providing care. For NPR News. I'm Ellie you in Los Angeles This'll story comes from NPR's reporting partnership with KPCC and Kaiser Health News. Tomorrow. This program France passes new laws against sex with minors. But does the change go far enough? Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. This is NPR news Traffic.
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"Reports The bill funds major projects to improve water conservation. The $35 Billion Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act aims to boost alternative water supplies by supporting desalination projects in the region. Use of waste water and storm water. It would also shore up the nation's water systems against climate change and drought. Arizona Senator Mark Kelly, a Democrat, is a co sponsor there a lot of communities that don't have access to running water. Even now, I'm talking about just basic water infrastructure. Tribal communities still often lack access. Kelly says. The Infrastructure Act includes $50 million for tribal water initiatives across the country. The U. S. House of Representatives will now consider the proposal for NPR news. I'm Ryan Hi Juice in Flagstaff. Israeli officials say at least 44 people have been killed in a stampede during a major Jewish religious festival about 100,000 people have gathered at what's believed to be the burial site of a revered second century. Ram by NPR's Daniel Estrin says some people were crushed together in a tight passageway. One eyewitness who spoke from his hospital bed On. Local television, said that around around one a.m. crowds were pushing into each other trying to get through. People are getting hot. The floor was getting slippery and then suddenly, dozens of people just collapsed into each other, fell on the ground, and then more people collapsed onto them. He found himself in a pile of people screaming people reciting a Jewish prayer that's traditionally recited before one's death. NPR's Daniel Estrin reporting. Officials in India say there were 386,000 new coronavirus cases reported today. That's a world daily record. India is struggling to address the pandemic as many covert 19 vaccination sites say. They've run out of Shawn's. You're listening to NPR news. The U. S embassy in Moscow says starting May 12, they will significantly reduce its consular activities. The work will only include emergency U. S citizen services and certain emergency immigrant visas. U. S Embassy is blaming the Russian government, it says Russia has limited embassies from hiring local staff. Relations between the US and Russia are very frost eight. Tech retailer Amazon is reporting a sharp jump in earnings in the first three months of this year. That's due to an ongoing search and online shopping. NPR's Shannon Bond says it's another sign the tech sector is emerging from the pandemic more strongly. In the past year, people flocked to Amazon for everything from groceries to game consoles. They turned to Facebook and Google to communicate and be entertained. Apple and Microsoft provided the laptops, phones and software people needed to work and learn from home. That's made all five companies which are among NPR's financial supporters, even bigger and wealthier. This week. They all reported blockbuster first quarter sales and profit and we're growing even faster now than they were before the pandemic. That success will only draw more scrutiny from regulators and lawmakers who saved many of these tech giants are using their might unfairly crush competition. Shannon BONDS. NPR news. Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is going to run for a congressional seat in Montana. Zinke was once Montana's sole congressman. He left that job to serve in the Trump administration. He resigned after he was investigated for using private chartered flights funded by taxpayers. I'm Korver Coleman. NPR news..
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"The narrative spinning a version of truth that supports the ruling political powers agenda to voice words of criticism of policy or political threats of the ruling power to disagree with any perspective. Or to express dissent against the system. Today, that person who fails to see the world as the narrative says we should see. It finds himself or herself branded despicable, deplorable, labeled with such insults as bully Nazi bigot, racist domestic terrorists and worse all for simply uttering dissent against those in power. Who now control the public agenda and narrative. It's a great column. You really, really need to go read it. So let's see. We went through the videos. Otter guy who makes packaging talking animals. Gina Khurana. All right, That's it. I'm good, Dave. Wasn't to be his chillers Davis right now. Up up in a way in my beautiful balloon. I just have that is in my world that's running through your head right now. That's because you're just the fifth dimension, okay? It's a little before your time. Obviously not. I just sang some of it. We at least part of it was a big monster monster hit, So it kind of wasn't that early seventies. Like that was the seventies sixties early seventies. Yeah. Cause I statues and you were how old then I was born in 69. So okay, So that was probably the year it came out. Yeah, and we only had one AM radio station where I was from. So I heard a lot of songs like that You didn't have a lot yet, like three TV stations and 1 A.m. station when I am barely in the United States, No, we were just in rural America. And we had one of those giant antennas on the top of the house that you had to turn with this knob kids. These kids today they're like my streaming is that I'm like, Oh, yeah are intended just snapped off. We're completely disconnected from the world for the foreseeable future, so we can get a welder. Do you need a welder to fix your problem? I felt think so. Shut your pie hole softies. Shut him anyway. Welcome to old curmudgeon land. I'm taking Dave's place. We're switching bodies right now. Oh, no. Susan. Yes, ma'am. What's coming up in your news? Did you add a little toddy to your hot part? I did not because I don't know. I think you need it. I don't know you can switch back into give give Dave the curmudgeon back. Yeah. Not looking good on your mama. I mean, I'm singing songs and you're grumpy. What's going on? I think part of a song. Mm hmm. Art. All right. Beautiful balloon. Yeah, Mass Vaccination drive is going to be happening this weekend for Denver Public school staff and ah, huge acreage donation for Denver growing. It's mountain parks. All the details coming your way at one o'clock right here on K. We NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. To celebrate state farm. Surprisingly great rates we gave this song surprisingly great lyrics. State farm brasses man disbar you. Espada said. Now crosses grasses that surprise You. Just go ahead. Now. Keep that money in your body's else on bread. Now savor, maybe one day by a rocket just got a cord now, like a good neighbor state farm is there Friday will finally.
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"I guess we try to watch a lot of just like standard christmas movies and things eventually. You see the same ones so many times true. And i wanna watch more like seventy s and eighty slasher flicks. So that was my entry into slasher flicks and i watched the mandalorian season finale. Oh my god haley did you watch the Laurean oh yeah. Oh yeah i cried. I bob like a baby and i had. Because we're we're all in arizona so it didn't come out until one am. I stayed up so that i could watch it so here. I am sitting on my couch. Whatever one forty five in the morning sobbing idiot but it was totally worth it. I oh my gosh. I agree okay. Mandalorian spoiler is even though it came out like a couple of weeks ago and three one. I thought they did a good job with the luke. cgi like. i don't know. I've talked about the difference between the marvel. Cgi when they age characters and then how star wars seemed to be kind of behind on it when they d age characters. But i thought the loop one looks pretty good. Yeah i thought. I looked pretty good. I mean you could definitely tell that it was. Cgi looked kind of similar to like a video game. But i also understand why they did it on. A lot of people were like. Why didn't they bring in. Sebastian stan or try to recast it but the thing is especially in that moment. It needed to be absolutely clear that that was luke. Skywalker shot someone else. Who could vaguely. Look like luke skywalker. Mark hamill in some way right. They didn't have a choice other than other than to use. Cgi so i thought. I thought it was really well done. I loved the the hallway sequence. Darth vader's hallway sequence in rogue one. Yeah i mean then. Removing his helmet to say goodbye to grow go on. He takes off his helmet. I get chills. Says starting pedro vasquez. Gosh but yeah. I loved it and then we started watching immediately. After that christmas day the disney gallery like the behind the scenes of mandalorian season. Two came out so we've been watching that too and that's been really cool to see how they do so much of the show. 'cause i just i don't know i always take that kind of stuff for granted and i'm also pretty technologically illiterate like. I'm still amazed by vhs tapes. So when i say how they're doing all that. I'm like dang that's really cool so i remember watching that. With game of thrones After the finale aired it was like a behind the scenes of how they made everything and just being like that they don't get enough credit to like the people who actually put together this stuff and the sets and everything. Just there's actually three separate actors who play the mandalorian which is pretty cool. Yeah. they've got so brendan wayne. Who's john wayne's son. Dan he's the he does all the gunslinging. So anytime mantos in a gunfight. He's doing that. And then i can't remember the other guy's name but they've got a double. Who does all of the hand to hand combat. So he's a trained martial artists so he does all of that and then Pedro pascal comes in to do the the lines in the actual acting although he does a lot of voice over two so yeah scenes. Yeah man those guys they just got to go throughout their whole life like knowing that there are also the mandalorian but they get to go to a grocery store get stopped that in their head into laurean..