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Karine Jean-Pierre Defends Biden's Gaffe of Naming a Dead Lawmaker
"Were going after Jean Pierre cut number 8 please. Can you explain where the mistake was made? Did the president was the president confused? Was something written in the teleprompter that he didn't recognize, can you just help us understand what happened? I mean, you're jumping to a lot of conclusions. No, yeah, yes. The conclusion is the president of the United States thought a dead woman was alive. Cut number 9, please. Be prepared to release the prepared remarks that the president had in teleprompter just so he could understand. I'm not understanding why that would be would be necessary. We always share the remarks that the president had even delivered. That's probably going to be up on the website. Not really sure what that has to do with anything. I just answered the question about her being on top of mind. I don't think that's unusual. I feel like many of us have gone through that particular time where someone is on top of mind. And you call them out. And you mentioned, especially in this type of contacts, if you think about how he's going to see the family in two days, if you think about how, when he sees them in two days, it's going to be for such an important moment, a signing, signing a piece of legislation that's going to rename a via clinic in her in her state. That's important. If you think about this issue and how important this issue is, and he was, again, calling out the congressional champions for this particular issue. Yeah. That's not it. Nobody was buying what she was selling. And there was one point in the press conference where I mean, you had at least a half a dozen reporters shouting questions at her, talking about the slips, the mental slips, as a matter of fact, one reporter actually said, they're getting worse.
Are We Witnessing the Decline of Joe Biden?
"There's a video I posted up there this morning before we came on the air here on the Dennis prager show of Joe Biden from his press conference. Earlier, I think it was earlier today. And I asked a very simple question that I really would love an answer to. And that is, have you ever seen a more confused and disoriented and overwhelmed and defeated old man in all your life? He's answering questions about COVID and he is just completely baffled. He is asked a question by one reporter who got through the thick the cacophony of questions and he said, we'll talk about that later. Come on. And then he sat and listened to the whole bunch of other questions were thrown at him and he couldn't, distinguish one from another.
"one reporter" Discussed on KTOK
"It's time to meet our first three eligible bachelors for game number one and he they are. Three men were hidden behind a screen where the woman can test And couldn't see them. She could only hear their voices number one would you say hello to Cheryl, please? We're going to have a great time. Last week, Texas won in the Supreme Court. As a restrictive abortion law in that state was not struck down. Almost immediately. President Biden objected. And one reporter asked his spokesperson, Jen Psaki about it. Why does the president support abortion with his own Catholic faith teaches abortion is morally Well, he believes that it's a woman's right. It's a woman's body, and it's her choice President Or does he believe then she'll look out for the unborn chuck. He believes that it's up to a woman to make those decisions and up to women to make those decisions with her doctor. I know you've never faced those choices, nor have you ever been pregnant. But for women out there who have faced those choices. This is an incredibly difficult thing. President believes their rights should be respected now. Playing the gender card when asked a legitimate question is wrong. But Misaki does not care. Her job is to serve a sinking president. Joe Biden not only favors abortion rights, he promotes abortion itself. And he wants pro life Americans to pay. For abortions by using their tax dollars. He also wants to allow abortions at any time up until birth. That is an extreme position. On this life Death subject. And so Mr Biden, standing in the Catholic Church is now at risk. In November, American bishops will decide Weather to stop President Biden from taking communion that would be on precedented for a major politician. If that happens, all hell, pardon upon will break loose. Because Mr Biden has made his Catholicism A central point in his public persona. Now the question is, why would Joe Biden changed so dramatically? Over the years on the question of abortion. It used to be that he opposed forcing pro life Americans to pay for abortions. That's the Hyde amendment. The government does not do that. But Biden wants to do away with the Hyde Amendment..
"one reporter" Discussed on KTOK
"Thunder cat tech dot com. Last week, Texas won in the Supreme Court as a restrictive abortion law in that state was not struck down. Almost immediately. President Biden objected. And one reporter asked his spokesperson, Jen Psaki about it. Why does the president support abortion with his own path they teachers abortion is morally wrong. Help. He believes that it's a woman's right. It's a woman's body, and it's her choice president who does he believe then she'll look out for the unborn child. P believes that it's up to a woman to make those decisions and up to women to make those decisions with her doctor. I know you've never faced those choices, nor have you ever been pregnant. But for women out there who have faced those choices. This is an incredibly difficult thing. President believes their rights should be respected now. Playing the gender card when asked a legitimate question is wrong. But Misaki does not care. Her job is to serve a sinking president. Joe Biden not only favors abortion rights, he promotes abortion itself. And he wants pro life Americans to pay. For abortions by using their tax dollars. He also wants to allow abortions at any time up until birth. That is an extreme position. On this life Death subject. And so Mr Biden, standing in the Catholic Church is now at risk. In November, American bishops will decide Weather to stop President Biden from taking communion that would be on precedented for a major politician. If that happens, all hell, pardon upon will break loose. Because Mr Biden has made his Catholicism A central point in his public persona. Now the question is, why would Joe Biden changed so dramatically? Over the years on the question of abortion. It used to be that he opposed forcing pro life Americans to pay for abortions. That's the Hyde amendment. The government does not do that. But Biden wants to do away with the Hyde Amendment. And then there's late term abortion. Which overwhelmingly Americans Don't want every poll shows that So why would Mr Biden take The opposite view from most Americans when his own church Is adamantly opposed to abortion. I can't answer any of those questions. But I can tell you that critical mass has been reached with Mr Biden. He can no longer say Well, I'm against abortion personally, but I don't want to impose my personal view. On the country. Because now the president of the United States is openly encouraging. As many abortions as possible. It'll be interesting to see with the bishops due in November. I'm Bill O Reilly..
"one reporter" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Last week, Texas won in the Supreme Court as a restrictive abortion law in that state was not struck down. Almost immediately. President Biden objected. And one reporter asked his spokesperson, Jen Psaki about it. Why does the president's support abortion with his own path? Faith teaches abortion is more we want well. He believes that it's a woman's right. It's a woman's body, and it's her choice. I did the president who does he believe in should look out for the unborn truck. He believes that it's up to a woman to make those decisions and up to women to make those decisions with her doctor. I know you've never faced those choices. Nor have you ever been pregnant. But for women out there who have faced those choices. This is an incredibly difficult thing. President believes their rights should be respected now. Playing the gender card when asked a legitimate question is wrong. But Misaki does not care. Her job is to serve a sinking president. Joe Biden not only favors abortion rights, he promotes abortion itself. And he wants pro life Americans to pay. Four abortions by using their tax dollars. He also wants to allow abortions at any time up until birth. That is an extreme position. On this life Death subject. And so Mr Biden, standing in the Catholic Church is now at risk. In November, American bishops will decide whether to stop President Biden from taking communion that would be on precedented for a major politician. If that happens, all hell, pardon upon will break loose. Because Mr Biden has made his Catholicism A central point in his public persona. Now the question is, why would Joe Biden changed so dramatically? Over the years on the question of abortion. It used to be that he opposed forcing pro life Americans to pay for abortions. That's the Hyde amendment. The government does not do that. But Biden wants to do away with the Hyde Amendment. And then there's late term abortion. Which overwhelmingly Americans Don't want every poll shows that so why would Mr Biden take The opposite view from most Americans when his own church Is adamantly opposed to abortion. I can't answer any of those questions. But I can tell you that critical mass has been reached with Mr Biden. He can no longer say Well, I'm against abortion personally, but I don't want to impose my personal view on the country. Because now the president of the United States is openly encouraging. As many abortions as possible. Will be interesting to see what the bishops due in November. I'm Bill O Reilly. I approve.
Nicola Tesla: Let There Be Light
"Is no subject more captivating more worthy of study than nature to understand this great mechanism to discover which forces on active and the laws which govern them is the highest aim of the intellect of man nature has stored up the universe infinite energy com infinite energy in the universe. Indeed nicholas stand by the statement and goes on to explain his desire to tap into this infinite energy but the immigrant continues he will not wax philosophical tonight rather you'll contend himself with explaining and demonstrating one of the most important issues facing the world at present namely the production of a practical and efficient source of light going into professor mode the ingenious serb scratches out formulas on the chalkboard that high frequency alternating current the way forward. That's a claim that his former employer. Thomas alva- edison would certainly reject yet. Nikola argues alternating. Current could cindy electricity hundreds of miles but as intellectual as the audience in this packed lecture hall might be why just tell them about the virtues of alternating current when you can show them nikola flips a switch on his wooden desk. He's just engaged. A motor high frequency alternator and as he does so an arc in sparks. Jump between two poles incredible. But that's nothing. The lincoln venter's just getting started with the lecture halls lights dimmed nikolai now. Picks up to gasfield tubes that is geissler tubes holding one in each hand as he stands between the two large hanging zinc sheets. They start to glow americans essentially from now. Might look at these think lightsabres. Well these nineteenth century americans aren't far off from that one reporter here. Tonight will later. Describe the scene quote like aluminum held in the hands of an archangel. Those quote others are just lost as to how nikolai's doing it. The electrical review will write quote. Here mr tesla seem to act the part of a veritable magician close quote
"one reporter" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"The deployment of five task forces to five U. S. Cities. Attorney General Merrick Garland went to Chicago, where he met with local leaders and police when asked by one reporter how this Federal task force effort will differ from previous federal efforts in the city, Garland says they've learned from the past is a particular tactic. This particular one, which is to work on networks of gun trafficking, which are bringing the guns into the city and try to take those down, Garland said. People lie in order to get guns and then sell them to gang members who use them to commit violence. Crime and Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, Texas has begun arresting migrants and charging them trespassing as they attempt to cross the border. Authorities say At least 10 people are in custody with more on the way the detainees are being held at what had been an empty state president dilly about 100 miles north of Laredo, according to a spokesman for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Last month, Governor Greg Abbott said he would continue to build the border wall that was started by President Trump. President Biden halted its construction when he took office. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is warning people who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid 19 that they need to take it seriously compared to the virus we had circulating initially in the United States at the start of the pandemic, the delta variant is more aggressive and much more transmissible. The CDC has not changed guidance when it comes To mask even though the delta variant is spreading, she says. Those who are not vaccinated should continue to wear masks. New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp has died of injuries suffered in a bicycle accident here is California home last Saturday. He was 58. America is listening to Fox News. Get all of your favorite Fox News, podcasts and free on apple podcasts with Fox News podcasts from Trey Gowdy. The Fox News Rundown.
"one reporter" Discussed on 1A
"The customer service people are really good at at least telling you what was charged your health plan but go on google type in the billing code and there's a description of that billing code so let's let's talk about a really common type of up. Coding which is for a doctor's visit or an emergency room visit. They can bill those anywhere from what's called a level one bill to a level five billion code level. Five is the most complicated. They get paid a lot more for that and we pay a lot more for that level. One is the most simple well. It's very common for them just to kind lean on those billing codes a little more than they should. Frankly it's fraudulent but nobody's really checking and so they might bill really simple trip to the emergency room for stitches in your finger as a level three emergency room visit but a level three when you read the description it says that it requires complex medical decision making and it says it requires an extended problem focused examination of the patient and i talked to a young woman here in new jersey. Twenty six year old woman goes to the emergency room for three stitches in her finger. She her insurance plans. Negotiated rate was six thousand dollars for those three stitches. That's almost two thousand bucks per stitch. And what she was able to do by identifying these these codes see that she was charged for level three billion code and because now we have price transparency. There's a rule that the federal government has enacted this has hospitals are required to post their prices on their websites and they're required to post the cash price the medicare price and each price. They have negotiated with different insurance plans. This particular woman was able to see that her insurance plan had negotiated rate for that level. Three visit of fifty eight hundred dollars. Meanwhile the other insurance plan was paying about seven hundred dollars. The medicare price was two hundred thirty dollars and the cash price believe it or not was two hundred and fifty six dollars so in other words if she would have gone in uninsured and paid cash she would have been charged. Two hundred and fifty six dollars for that level. Three emergency room visit and her insurance plan had negotiated a discounted price of fifty eight hundred dollars. And so these type of this variation in pricing is the standard practice in our healthcare system and working americans are always the ones who are paying the most. Why i mean is this is. This militias is the company's trying to squeeze consumers as much as they can is it. You mentioned errors. I mean is it some combination of both. I believe that we have a system that has been established that allows for the exploitation of our sickness for profit. And i say that is fairly and objectively as i possibly can. We have a profit driven healthcare system. And while there's nothing wrong with making a fair profit for healthcare we want to incentivize people to make a profit so they deliver great care. But what's happened is the system has become overrun with profiteering and greed and a normalized deviance has overtaken our healthcare system. And so we have all of these powerful healthcare players the hospitals the insurance companies the drug manufacturers the benefit managers. All of these middlemen insert themselves between the patient and the doctor or the nurse or the other clinician. And they jack up the prices they mark things up so much that if we could eliminate the middleman and the markups we would save. We would cut our healthcare costs by about a third a third. Yeah one listener. Tweets tweeted at us during my time working in medical billing. I've seen levels of negligence and fraud from provider's office staff and insurance beyond description demand itemized bill and question everything it's.
"one reporter" Discussed on 1A
"This is one a. I'm npr's serra mccamman. In washington. sitting. In for john white skyrocketing health care costs in the. Us are nothing new but during the pandemic medical debt soared as people lost jobs and health insurance and spent weeks in hospitals recovering from covid nineteen last year. The consumer finance firm credit karma found that nearly twenty million of its us members collectively have forty five million dollars in medical debt collections. Propublica reporter marshall. Allen has been investigating high healthcare costs for years now and he wants to convince everyone that we do have the power to fight the system and he wrote a new book to tell us how it's called. Never pay the first bill and other ways to fight the healthcare system and win and he joins us now from new jersey marshall. Welcome to one a. Thank you for having me here. I'm excited to be here. Marshall the title of your book is never pay the first bill. It sounds bold. Explain that for has why not well. It is bold in a making. Quite a provocative argument. Americans have called the cost of healthcare. Their number one financial concern for year after year after year and working americans are actually getting hit. The hardest tried write the book as a how to guide to help people to read their medical bills and deal with other common problems. They might have if you talk to experts review medical bills for a living. They'll tell you the most of them contain some kind of an error so the first thing that you wanna do when you get that bill especially if it's from a hospital they kind of give you one lump sum that they tell you to pay. You need to have them. Send you an itemized medical bill. And when i say itemized they need to break down the charges that were related to your medical care just like they would break down the items that you buy at the grocery store on the receipt that you receive and you wanna make sure that they also give you the billing codes so when you go get medical treatment. They process that medical record and translate it into billing codes that they use to bill insurance plans. Getting those billing codes allows us to check the prices to make sure that they're accurate and to make sure that they're fair. You know one of the issues you write about his medical coding. The idea that some patients are essentially up charged bill for procedure that may be as similar to what they had done but more complicated than what they actually received. I think that's what you're alluding to just there for those of us who don't have medical degrees and had gone to medical coding billing coding school. How do you. How do you say for these bills while it does sound incredibly intimidating. I totally understand that. And it's unfair that we would have to do this also at a time when we are so vulnerable right. We're undergoing care or a loved. One is undergoing care so just from the jump. This is a very unfair position that the american people have been put in but on the other hand. If you don't check the bills you might be paying hundreds or even thousands of dollars more than you should for the care that you received and so i encourage people. You wouldn't let someone take money out of your bank account without balancing your checkbook and checking.
"one reporter" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Together on the tents on double as ago wtmj. Pala wi dot com Time State Return WTMJ five day forecast Partly cloudy skies for today. Cool and breezy, high temperature only in the day around 70 degrees for tonight, mainly clear low 54. Now Tuesday, mostly sunny chance of a shower storm in the afternoon high of 71 Wednesday. Partly cloudy chance of showers and storms. 78 Thursday partly cloudy showers and storms likely 82 degrees and Friday partly cloudy showers and storms likely in a high of 80. I'm meteorologist Brian Niznansky. With the storm team Forecast. WTMJ MEDICINE 60 Green Bay 59 Walking shot 61 61 in Milwaukee at WTMJ. It's sometimes serious, sometimes fun, but always the most information to get your day underway. This is Wisconsin's morning news with Jean Miller and Jane Matin there, Brian In the Annex Wealth Management studios at Radio City. Here's Jeanne Miller. I've been telling you throughout the morning in the course of our newscasts about this guy from Oregon wanted in connection with the string of killings, some insert the killings of his father and two other people at a casino campground in Oregon and in a shooting at a marijuana dispensary and a small Oregon City turned himself into police here in Milwaukee. This is the local connection to all this. Investigators think Oh, and Evan Nicholson drove more than 2000 miles from the coastal city of North Bend, Oregon to Wisconsin that from Cours County, D. A. Paul Fraser Is believed to have abandoned his father's truck after crashing it in Oregon Friday. He's suspected in the death of his father, Charles, whose body was found in a trailer in an RV campground at the Mill casino in North Bend Friday. Then while driving his father's truck, Nicholson suspected of hitting and killing Anthony Oyster, a 74 year old man at a campground, critically injuring the man's wife, Linda. She's 73. She's still in critical condition as of yesterday. Then, shortly after that he suspected of shooting and killing Jennifer Davidson at a marijuana dispensary that she managed in North Bend. He then allegedly approached a woman named Laurie Johnson after she turned to her parking spot during her lunch break Friday in Springfield, Oregon, forcing her to drive him 2000 miles to Milwaukee, a trick that supposedly ended with Nicholson surrendering peacefully to local police, who are not giving out a whole lot of other details. Johnson's father, the woman's father, this woman that he supposedly may drive him all that way. He's saying that quote he approached her in her vehicle with a gun. They said she was forced to drive 33 hours to where they're at. She was able to talk himself into turning himself in. And, of course, that's remarkable fleshes in some of the details here. Oregon authorities notified Sunday morning that Nicholson had indeed surrendered to police peacefully here but again are not talking about how he gave himself up. Charged with first degree murder in the deaths of his father, the elderly man and the woman that he allegedly shut as well as second degree attempted murder, first degree assault and then failing to help a person injured in a traffic accident. He's due to make a court appearance here in Wisconsin within the next couple of days, at which point the extradition process begins, he can choose to waver contestant if he contests it could be a time consuming process, according to one reporter read so that that tells you a little bit of what was going on there still don't know the motive for any of this or what was going on. But I didn't know that part about taking this woman at gunpoint, making her drive him across the country. And if she is the one who actually managed to convince him to turn himself in, that is miraculous. 6 14 at WTMJ Brian D Does sports next sponsored by New Male Medical Center discovered the new you at Milwaukee's number one health clinic. Guys, If you're one of the many men dealing with erectile dysfunction, you know the strain that it can put on your relationship. Maybe you've tried some of the pharmaceutical treatments with little success and harsh side effects discovered the new you with help from the new mailman. Medical center with a location near you..
"one reporter" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Really. What kid wicked evil. This is from the daily caller island evans. Democrats reject the amendment which would require companies to disclose ties to china's forced labor camps. Yes yes you heard correctly house. Democrats voted wednesday against an amendment. That would have required. Us companies to inform their shareholders if they engaged in commercial activities with a chinese official or chinese company is forced labor. Andy barr kentucky. Republican introduced the amendment which would have required us companies to disclose if they in commercial relations with foreign entities that engage in are responsible for or facilitate the forced labor of leaguers kazak kill gays and members of other minority groups in the xinjiang. Yuga you autonomous region of china. How how can how can you again this this you have to love muslims. You don't have to know about chinese. Ethnic groups infringing province. You just have to say yeah. Slave labors bad and we don't want us companies to be engaged in it or working with chinese companies that profit from slave labor. They always were the bigots. They always were the racists from the plantations to the kkk. Vats the democrats and his the proof nothing. There was no southern strategy. That's broad that's an invention vis is the nature of the democrats when they're not acting like communists that acting like the true bigots and racists including joe biden a man who immediately loves. What is the media's culpability for being forced multipliers and propagandists for people like this finer with slave labor. This somebody called jon. Meacham who looking at the press conference biden gave yesterday where he stumbled. he called putin trump. And then when one reporter uh-huh say a decent question bites her head off. What is the response from msnbc. You won't believe it when you can probably guess cut eight. My insight watching the press was there was a kind of over. Three in his froze. Is that makes sense. Not literally just the whole. It was straightforward and by being straightforward. It seems kind of elevating eight poetry in his prose really. Let's listen to the poetry in his prose. This is from yesterday. His response to kaitlan collins of cnn cut three from yesterday..
"one reporter" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"They let him drive. They really did They let Joe Biden Dr A new Ford that no one else has driven before Russell in under 5 50 Day of Why I This is making me sad because the last thing I wanted to see Joe Biden drivers, my beloved Ford F 1 50. But I'm actually excited about this new F 1 50 coming at this f 1 50 Lightning. Yeah, It's an electric vehicle when I'm paying $100 right now. Thanks, Joe Biden to fill up my truck. It would be nice to plug it in every now and again. And I think that this is the point of the Democrat party. This is the point of the biting white house is the gleefully watch gas prices go through the roof while we go Give us electric Joe. I don't know how much the car is gonna cost the truck. The f 1 50 years lightning. I'm gonna try to look that up as you continue here, but Joe Biden. Mr Cool has got his aviator sunglasses on gets behind the wheel of the truck and they cleared out the runway. Oh, yes, Those Children didn't want him to be driving around and endangering anybody. And he was talking about hitting eighties. I don't see how fast this thing gets updated, and I'll start letting also your reporters. You check this out once the reporters the reporters that are right there. They're right there asking him questions about his drive. And then one reporter had the audacity. Ask him about what's going on in the Middle East negotiating? Wait. That's where she totally we'll get to change really quick before you know you can't get from the cars. I step on. Yeah, Yeah, Don't Don't ask your questions about medals. You guys about anything else? He asked questions about the Middle East and you're absolutely.
"one reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm John Prine, Isaiah to 30 with your top stories. Several people are hospitalized following an officer involved shooting that took place overnight in Modesto. Patrol deputies from the Stanislas County Sheriff's Department tried to do a traffic stop of a car for multiple vehicle violations. But the driver failed to yield and led deputies on a seven mile chase that ended with a pit maneuver and with the deputy's firing shots. There were multiple people in the car and they were hospitalized with varying levels of injuries, according to a sheriff's spokesperson. Presidents usually let other people do their driving. But Joe Biden got to test drive a new Ford Electric truck in Michigan. The F 1 50 lightning Sure, lights of driving. Wonder whether or not I can't lose the secret service and go out to the track. But you'll think I'm kidding, don't you? It happened at a secure test site during a visit to afford electric vehicle manufacturing facility. One reporter observed that the president was quote driving fast. Biden also called himself a car guy. And a former D m V manager in Los Angeles could spend two decades behind bars after pleading guilty to federal mail fraud. On Monday, Giovanna Nettles admitted she took cash bribes to fix the scores of driver's license tests. Nettles, who managed the Lincoln Park D. M. V, near downtown L. A also admitted to entering passing scores for people who did not even take the test. Another person is expected to also plead guilty in the case. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana head right to my safe way South out 99 47th Avenue. We have a crash air couple of vehicles in the roadway and not sure about injuries yet. C C..
"one reporter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"T A r AP Or tell your smart speaker to placate T A. R You no longer need in appointment to get a coded shot it in the of Arizona's mass vaccination sites. And the C D. C says, If you're vaccinated, you don't have to wear a mask outside unless you're in a big crowd of strangers. By the way, we never stayed. Health Director Dr Kerr a. Kristen with this this morning at 7 42. Four astronauts on the international space Station of spending an extra couple of days there high winds and the Gulf of Mexico of delight Today's planned return to Earth on the space X Crew Dragon capsule. It'll now splashed down Saturday morning. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on the Arizona's new station, K T a R news coronavirus in Arizona starting today, If you're full of action ated, you're outdoors and not in a big crowd. You no longer need to wear a mask President behind yesterday after the CDC released their new guidance on wearing masks wall outdoors it's goes beyond. Just if you're not around other people, you don't have to wear your mask. It also did dress is if you're around other vaccinated people that you could all not where your mask but right before president Biden said that yesterday this happened and listen closely. You hear what one reporter tells his live audience as the president emerges from the White House. If you can see you now left the north quarter go now, Walking with a mask on he's left the North portico walking with a mass gone yet President Biden wearing a mask.
"one reporter" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
"Because you know the enemy combatants were constantly figuring out how to penetrate our humvees with new different types of id so like things like that and of course like again in my briefings to people never take a camera away from someone never taken note pad away from someone. If you don't know the answer to a question don't say no comment. Refer them up the chain of command select. These were all things that i trained our troops to do and part of that also happened because you know most of the guys in my unit were in the initial invasion so i was in the first brigade. Combat team hundred first airborne division The infantry guys in our unit were part of the first three twenty seventh which is a storied unit. Going back to you know world war wind So a lot of those guys under general portray us were part of the initial invasion and didn't have the greatest experiences with with journalists and things like that So a lot of that was one of the reasons why these public affairs units were set up these new brigade combat teams because we were able to do a lot of the work without foreign media getting to us. And then also you know Instruct the troops on how to best handle dealing with media even though while we were deployed. That really wasn't the thing You know because we the one. I said there were two. We did have one reporter from That npr enforcement npr's npr the ap or something. But he didn't go through the military he had hired..
"one reporter" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"The pamphlet had admission to harvard college. Nineteen sixty a report by a special committee on college. Admission policy of the harvard faculty of arts and scientists talks the same language it it devotes a special section to the public image of harvard recommending that harvard undertake a careful investigation of its image or images. The committee urges a much more Much more systematic study of the public image question that the time and resources available to this committee would permit. The committee believes that such a study should be launched by the university with all the thoroughness and sophistication of research technique. It deserves everywhere. We must meet the implication that if an image is damaging unacceptable. It can and should be repaired to an image is believable. It serves no purpose if people do not believe it in other one in their own minds they must make it stand for the institution or the person image. It images to be vivid and to succeed popularity overshadowing its original. It was not outraged. Ordinary rules of common sense. It would be a mistake then for harvard college to claim that it selected its whole student body without any regard to family anticipates alumni associations or financial connections known would believe it the most effective images are usually those which have been especially dr for believability. One of the best paths to believability is under statement. Quote asked the man who owns one unquote in the words of the great public relations. Genius of american higher education in the century. The city of chicago was not a very good university. Simply the best there is ivory. Soap is ninety nine point forty four percent pure a Advertiser or master of public relations takes advantage of the increasingly reckless use of superlative to make his own hyperbole seem a conservative truth. Three an image is passive since the image is already supposed to be congruent with reality. The producer of the image lamely the corporation is expected to fit into the image rather than to strive toward it. The consumer of the image namely the viewer of the corporate image a potential client or customer is also supposed to somehow fit into it all. These relations are essentially passive. The real effort in the relation to an image is not by the corporation as a whole but by the experts and executives who have made the image. And who are its chief custodians. The projection of an image is itself away of touting reputed virtues both subject and object. Then we'll want to fit into the picture. Both will assume that a portrait so pervasive and so popular must be made from life once the image is there. It commonly becomes the more important reality of which the corporations conduct seems mere evidence not vice versa. In the beginning the image is a likeness of the corporation founded the corporation becomes a likeness of the image. The image unlike actual conduct can be perfect. It can be a precise pattern which will satisfy everybody. When the container corporation of america decided according to one reporter to make itself known as a company both tasteful resourceful and design-conscious the decision might have been made simply enough in the minds and inner councils of his executive 's tueson ideal had all along assisted anchored have been privately pursued traditionally such inward dwelling convictions. Were those considered most real and most effective but now this is not enough and images the kind of ideal which becomes real only when it has become public corporation which decides to rebuild. This image has decided less on a change of heart. Then on a change of.
Cuban Decides Not To Play National Anthem At Dallas Mavericks Home Games
"Cubans decided. He started this before the nba season started made. This decision to the national anthem would not be played before any of his maverick's games and so far they've played a total of thirteen games. Preseason and regular season and has been played before any of them and is believed to be the first instance of a protein getting rid of the national anthem before the game gets underway and First question would be okay. Why did you make that decision. And according to one reporter is named shams sharabia the sources close to mark. Cuban says the decision to not play the anthem before mavs games isn't because they don't love the united states because many feel the anthem doesn't represent them and they want to continue discussion of how to represent people from all communities when honoring america at a game.
Erin McCann, deputy editor, express desk at NYT, on managing a remote breaking news team
"Aaron welcome to the journalism dot k. Podcast what's the working situation like for you. At the moment. I working situation right now. Is i have just needed a slot conversation where we're trying to figure out coverage for a major snowstorm that is about to hit the the northeast. Us potentially epic snowfall So we're just coordinating with a metro desk in new york and the national desk in new york trying to figure out what that looks like and your here in the uk. Where where i am too. Yes i am. It's it's nearing the end of my day and the earlier part of the new york day. So i've moved on from waking up finding out. If there are any fires. I need to put out any fires at a broken out anywhere in the world that it does to cover them erin. Of course we hit stays talk about the breaking news team which mealtimes launched back in february and then of course a month later the coronas pandemic took hold of the world so foster was announced december. Things probably happened in between. Let's go retrace steps and take us through kind of the timeline of events that happened from february. Oh yeah we were. We were announced to great fanfare. I started thinking about packing up my life and moving over here and what a summer would be like in england and Than everything shut down as as you are aware and we basically spent the summer triaging coronavirus coverage in watching the world tried to reopen and fail to reopen and then finally. There is a window Late summer early. Fall where i and my team could all finally get here launch in earnest in october eight months after we were meant to so now. We've been here about two months and we're still kind of now. We landed and then the us election was happening. And then the vaccines started rolling out. And there's never ever heard dull moment but we are finally kind of getting our sea legs and figuring out what we look like and and how. We work so what was happening in between february in october exactly. There was a lot of learning how to be flexible to give you some background on the breaking news hub. We are sort of an evolution. An expansion of a team that still exists has existed at the times for four or five years called the express team. We are at our core. That team always has been which is fast quick twitch digital centric journalism avenir. Tynan's kind of making sure that the time on things that are trending and things that are breaking Which are often the same thing or one turns into another. Basically that thing that is dominating. The conversation of the internet Often it would have been expressed ascot jumped on that and so this time last year they started talking about expanding the express task kind of giving us a more resources and a larger remit within the new york times In that kind of evolved into we all the breaking news hub and the conversation then turned toward. Okay so the breaking news hub. Existing in new york for senator would come on at six thirty in the morning. Our last editor would logoff at midnight. We had one reporter who was based in hong kong but largely. We were kind of unstaffed between midnight eastern and the next day in the us and so the plan to expand into london was to get closer to having something like twenty four seven coverage for the type of things that the expressed asking the breaking news. Hub in new york had always focused on. So let me understand this clearly. What others having a london office actually gives you that you didn't have before it gives us so many more hours in the work day. How okay we are able to have is on the world for nearly the entire day and we're constantly replenishing with fresh eyes. You'll take advantage of the times. There's a night editor on my team. In new york. Who logs off around midnight or one am when he's had a busy night and i'm up early. We overlap. I feel terrible when that happens on. But basically you know. He's he likes the entire newsroom. In new york is getting to the end of their day. they're trying to wrap up And i come in two hours later with fresh eyes The world looks a little bit different to me in my morning than it does to my colleagues in new york the end of the day it midnight ride and so putting a team putting my team here in london expands expands the time zones for us expand the number of working hours that we have in the day I can start something. I can hand it off to a colleague in new york. Who's about to logon. I can awake up here. And i'll see a story. That's maybe not urgent for us to cover but i. I think that we should cover it. But i not have reporters over here. I can say right before. I got on this call with you. I was on a call with my new york colleagues who are all starving their day and i kind of ran down. Here's here's the three or four things that i saw out there. That weren't urgent. And i know you have more reporters coming on in the day. I've tree ozlem for you. Mom and then they're coming in. They're doing their own scans and kind of often finding the same stories I love when we back each other up in like i can say i saw this over here and i think we could do this with it. And then somebody logs in at eight thirty and it was like i see that same thing and i love it. Let's do it.
"one reporter" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"If the real reason is to do that, the president of states the man that I would think you're kind of trying to protect since he's right in front of you. And you're talking at him. So that's where your spittle is going to fly. He's Giving you permission to take off your mask. He is saying Go ahead. Take off your mask. I can't understand you. You know the reporter for the Super Bowl. They're going to keep about skin and he's like, no, you don't keep your mask on. Take your master. I can't understand you when this is going to go a lot better in a lot faster If everyone could understand what your question is. And every reporter up until the last reporter, every reporter refused to take their mask off. Except the last reporter who was from great Britain. He had his mask off. Now, my question for you. I have my opinion. I'd love to hear yours aged 86309625. Why do you think Reporters are so intent on keeping masks on when there is no scientific reason for it in this setting, and I don't want this to be a big discussion about whether you should wear a mask. When you go to walmart or or going to a restaurant or what have you honestly, That's not what I'm really focusing specifically on White House reporters. Who are on television, asking the president a question. Why do you think it's so important for them to wear a mask when they're seeing on TV talking to the president? And and by the way, the answer, in my opinion is revealed in the fact that the one reporter who did not wear a mask was not American. Was a British reporter. Triple 86 30 to be male aged 8609625. Why do you think that became a thing? Why do you think the reporters were when the president is standing there saying, Take the mask off there You are. Social distance, There is no danger. The only reason you need to wear a mask is if social distancing is not possible, But it is possible here. Go ahead. Why wouldn't they do it Relates 6 30. W m a l While we're at it is this Yeah, I have this moment. Here you can. You can hear it. Thank you. Take Claiborne for finding this. It's like she knows exactly what I'm going to talk about..
Lincoln Project Releases Video Criticizing Trump's Pandemic Remarks and Well-Wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell
"I want to take a look at another factor in the campaign, and this is Republicans working against the re election of Donald Trump, and this is the latest from the Lincoln Project, let's take a look at the Lincoln projects latest AD. COVID nineteen deaths till now more than one hundred forty, one thousand thousand new deaths reported overnight. It is what it is. Forty million people have lost their jobs in ten weeks is what it is massive camouflaged federal agents detaining peaceful protesters. It is what it is. The British social is accused of conspiring with. I wish her well whatever it is I just wish it well frankly. Jennifer Mary from Donald. Trump's both yesterday to the ad tonight. something obviously unimaginable before him? President United States saying I wish her well twice about a woman accused of sex trafficking, minor jewelry four Jeffrey, Epstein. Yeah and it's a case. The Messenger being effective for getting getting under trump's skin. Think that wondering the Lincoln projects does really well. Is that Republicans are former Republicans may know what irks Republicans and say you know. I, think coming back. Keep coming back to that comment about wishing her well is joined to. It's GonNa. It's GonNa. Upset Him, and that's what. That's what he does. Their ads are designed to do that. Designed to provoke and you know with the the video with the former vice president and President Obama. It's another case of the Messenger being just the right one in. We all talk about how trump doesn't take responsibility. Kirk says, but to have a former president I dates. Who Bore so much responsibility for advice for the United? States, speaking in a casual conversation like this. I think it really has an impact people. It's not a speech. It's not a set interview. It's a conversation and also as a practitioner I really admire how well the Biden campaign is played this out a clip today. We are all talking about it. I got a ton of. Of calls from reporters today. Who wanted to talk about the Biden Obama relationship? There was an event in build build. There's more that they'll will see tomorrow, but this is what the campaigns got to figure out. How do you do this and the time of a pandemic when you don't when the BP doesn't have the opportunity to do a lot of offense and I think we'll have to see stage, but in this case manage to make it informal in warm events like this. As the president was leaving the briefing room. Today we could all hear someone or more than one reporter yelling. That name Lane Maxwell to the president That was the question he didn't want to deal with today about. Why did he wish her well yesterday? That's right and what we saw yesterday was a president who was at least on message when he was reading. Out from notes, but then when he was his notes, he was against spreading misleading information so while he's reading he saying yes, the it's going to get worse before it's better the minutes later when he doesn't have a dose in front of what he's saying is actually it's going to disappear so what we see and president trump is someone who is easily thrown off in this case. When he's answering the question, he's being fully himself, so he answered that question really in the way that he really believed. He wanted to answer it and I. Think now, of course it's causing problems for him, and maybe now he's GonNa Adjust his answer. to to find some way that will make this may smooth over a bit, but we already know what president trump thinks because we have to go with the first answer, which is the answer that he gave when he was really thinking about it, in a way that was very much leaning on his instincts, which was of course to wish her well.
Chinese consulate in Houston ordered to close by US
"Hour of the US has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston by Friday, as relations between the two countries continues to deteriorate. Why China has been unhappy leading up to this and why, one reporter says Regardless getting tough on China brings headlines to the Trump
"one reporter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mr basically verbally assaulting or brow beating this of this one reporter saying basically that she was terrifying the general public by wearing a mask which I thought the masks that we wear was supposed to be in case we could be spreading something so would be protected the woman who was protesting or anyone else which weird weather was protest on the beach or whether it's in Columbus the weather in Kentucky in other places around the country I don't see but we're in Michigan in the state house I don't see a lot of people keeping that six feet now I don't see a lot of people necessarily wearing those masks which is kind of bewildering to me we'll talk on that issues of us staying healthy in the midst of this lockdown scenario Dr Congo to join us with the latest on this drug that is look to be very promising and therapeutic and treatment for people dealing with respiratory issues and that ventilator that has just been approved by the FDA from NASA a lot of stuff to get into Sunday afternoon and that's when I'll be back here trying to make sense of things on the big one in what also this what was the other thing that was so strange to Florida was the beach where they had the the grim reaper tore it was made that the somebody dressed up as the grim reaper on beaches in around parts of Florida which is not funny but it's funny at the same time if I didn't laugh at the weirdness in the surreal stuff that's going on right now like probably would be drinking way more than I am once I get home I probably will want midnight reports straight away Mr Gallagher has that eighteen rolls with day behind the wheel of talk to you Sunday afternoon right here following can prove my name is sterling and this is seven hundred WLW Cincinnati traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati some starry opening while others remain conscious but the midnight.
Trump plays campaign-like video touting response
"Bloomberg's Martin to Carroll reports there were holes in the timeline of a campaign style video president trump showed reporters in his latest effort to attack the media's coverage of his administration's coronavirus response the video montage we've asked them to accelerate whatever cherry pick the president's remarks in March while passing over February month in which the president held five campaign rallies and repeatedly dismissed the potential danger of the virus separate one reporter in the White House briefing room challenge trump's version of events for the time travel ban a lot and in fact will give you a list what we did in fact part of it was up there we did a lot you know you're a fake trump cleaned everything his administration did was right in Washington Martin to Carrow Bloomberg
Trump criticized for calling coronavirus a "Chinese virus"
"And some people call it the Chinese corona viruses on or the wheel on viruses who was it David what's the story about a reporter whining about this to the president well yeah I mean within the last month even though members of the media were calling the coronavirus the blue Honda corona virus you know it's races now to even mention that it came from China because evidently some people have decided that the Chinese version of events is more reliable do ask me why I don't understand that but okay go ahead they're taking a word from the Chinese government over our own yeah so one reporter asked president trump during a briefing about the stigma that he's creating by calling it the Chinese virus find
Pence to WH staff: Avoid physical contact
"Officials at the state and federal level have been doing what they can do this all they can do to slow the spread of the corona virus which is already affected around twenty eight hundred Americans and continues to spread in other parts of the world more from ABC news president trump tested negative for the covert nineteen virus according to his personal physician the White House released the test results Saturday night after trump had been in recent contact with three people who have tested positive for coronavirus as of Saturday anyone entering the White House must submit to a temperature check one reporter was turned away because of a high temperature ABC news is actually just obtained an email sent by vice president pence to the entire White House staff urging them to avoid physical contact it says the CDC recommends home quarantine for anyone who might have had prolonged exposure but it specifically says that doesn't apply to handshakes and photographs A. B. C.'s Trevor all to the White House and the president also announced Saturday that the U. S. will expand its European travel restrictions to include Britain and Ireland and the discussing possible domestic travel
Ida B Wells: The Unsung Heroine of the Civil Rights Movement
"Born into slavery. Today's warrior became a journalist. Educator civil workers rights activists in suffer. Just she is best known as the leader of the Anti Lynching Movement her reporting on the violent injustices faced by African Americans and the work to make United States or more equitable place significantly impacted American society. Let's talk about ib well IDA. Bell Wells was born in Holly Springs Mississippi on July Sixteenth. Eighteen sixty two six months. Before the emancipation proclamation. She was the eldest of six children. When I was sixteen. Her parents died in a yellow fever. Outbreak Ida was determined that she and her siblings would not be split up so she got jobs a teacher at a rural country school in eighteen. Eighty two item move with her family to Memphis Tennessee. Two years later I was riding on a train from work when she was asked to move. She was instructed to move to the colored car which also served as a smoking area. Furious either refuse when the conductor forcibly removed from the train ida bit how she sued the Railroad Company and ultimately lost the case according to a story in me obey the injustice inspired beginning of her activism in journalism career while working as a journalist Ida wrote about ride subjects she was an outspoken reporter and weighed in on issues such as disenfranchisement and segregation rapidly. Ida became one of the most prominent black journalists have her time and was called the princess of the press in eighteen ninety two. I disclose friend and two other African Americans were murdered by Lynch mob. The killings motivated IDA to expose the reality of becoming one the first reporter city so I don't wrote articles condemning the attack and the wrongful deaths of African Americans and one article titled Lynch Law. In America I wrote the nineteenth century lynching mob cut off. Ears toes and fingers strips of flesh and distributes sugars person at the body as souvenirs among the crowd. Her Writing Ida documented the dangers that black southerner face after one particularly controversial article. That either wrote a mob stormed the office of her newspaper and destroyed the press. Fortunately I wasn't in the office when the incident occurred still the attack understandably Friday nighter and she left town. She moved to New York where she worked at the New York Age and African American newspaper. There she continued her work exposing lynching and wrote a report on the subject for the publication. Ooh In eighteen. Ninety eight IDA brought her campaign to the White House. She discuss lynchings with President. Mckinley Alami Congress for a National Anti Lynching Law in one thousand nine hundred five item to Chicago and married for an Ed Barnett with whom she had four children in Chicago. Idaho for many prominent civil rights organizations including the National Association of Color Women That Alpha suffrage club and the end ablaze c. p. she actively fought for the women's suffrage movement during one suffers parade organizers told IDA and the other black women incidents to march in the back the organizers feared that women of color would offend southern delegates but either refused standing her ground despite the enormous backlash she received. Ida's fight for. Social Justice was relentless. She continued her activism and to her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty one at the age of Sixteen Ida is best remembered for her invaluable role as a social pioneer Ida a risks her life repeatedly to fight against the score of lynching and to protect African Americans all over the country.
"one reporter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A woman who said she has evidence that brown was murdered Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior says that his investigators would conduct interviews and way potential evidence before deciding whether to launch a full scale death investigation brown was one of the nation's most prominent entertainers he died at the age of seventy three at a hospital in Atlanta back in two thousand six his death certificate blamed a heart attack with fluid on the long is but Marvin Crawford the doctor who signed that certificate said in an interview with CNN a few years ago that he always wondered what brought on those events and whether brown's sudden death had been caused by some other toxic substance interesting story there over half two thousand surveyed Americans with romantic partners on Valentine's day make efforts to hide their on healthy eating habits from their better halves according to a new study interesting there scientists say they have decisively overturned the prevailing theory for how planets in our solar system formed the established view is that material violently crashed together to form ever larger clumps until they became world each new results suggest that the process was less catastrophic with the matter gently clumping together instead let's check in with what else is going on in the skies with Peter Davenport from the national UFO reporting center and Peter happy anniversary twenty five years associated with coast in our program George for those people are counting this week marks as you say the twenty fifth anniversary of my first ever appearance on Dreamland with our I've forgotten the precise date I'm sure it's in the record somewhere but I think it was the second week of February nineteen ninety five and it's been several hundred appearances since that time well you probably recall that during my update last Friday focused on three reports of suspected UFO sightings that allegedly occurred near airports or involved aircraft in one way or the other than that I close that appearance with a brief discussion of a seemingly quite dramatic sighting of something unusual over the area of Arlington Virginia near the nation's capital this took place on February fourth just after the president's state of the union presentation before Congress that citing remarkably appears possibly do have involved the scrambling of military jet fighter aircraft well as a supplement to that report George which is now posted on my website I'd like to add that there apparently were many other residents in the area of Arlington who also were witness to the military activity and discuss the events on social media some of those witnesses appeared to have been alarmed by the event even though they had no explanation for it but the point that I most keen on sharing with the co starred in still like George is the fact that I contacted the two most prominent newspapers in the DC area I'm going to name names in this case okay one imposed on the Washington times they don't pull their punches or ask why should I I guess I contacted them both by telephone and by email and I have yet to get a response from either one of them I sent him an anonymous copy of the one report I'd have died received up to that point I included a link to the comments on social media and was greeted by absolute silence by those two major newspapers I conclude that the people who run those metropolitan newspapers should be spending more time listening to coast to coast learn what's really going on that's right the diversity of the well I have just one reporters in a really interesting one it is three days ago I received a report from a a young eighty five year old octogenarian in Cape Elizabeth and she called me this describe a very unusual event that she had just experienced the day before I think it was she called the hotline to report that she was Sittin on the second floor of her home in Cape Elizabeth Maine up on the coast and her attention was drawn outside by something moving she looked out the second floor window and down on it object it looked like a metal plate as silver metal plate or white metal plate it was about the diameter of a basketball she estimates that it was going from west to east as she faced the south across her property your garage or driveway the interesting thing is if drifted to the east for some period of time it got tangled in some wisteria I guess that's the type of plan and is reversed its course so it's not as though it could have been a plate being suspended below alea Miller hydrogen balloon in any event a very interesting report and she reports also that it moves up and down as well as side to side so there is an additional closes with by saying that the witness build a simulated model of the object and sent us a photo of it which I expect will be posted to our website soon the only thing she didn't do is make it out of mashed potatoes thanks Peter let's get another twenty five years on to you okay I may not make it that log that it's yours you par fingers crossed thank you Peter Davenport from the national your for reporting center well tomorrow is Valentine's day and that means of course everybody's thinking about special things for the people they care about and the hard comes into it right it's all over the place you see it and flowers cards it's all over in a moment Howard Martin joins us his latest work is called hard intelligence and his movie is called the heart math experience is movie deals with the heart is being much more than just an organ it could be a brain is next with us on coast to coast AM billionaires.
Quality education: Key to life
"This is Matt Wells that you a news. All societies are undermined without quality schooling for all said the president of the UN General Assembly in an interview just ahead of the International Day of education to Johnny Muhammad Bandai has convened a high-level meeting to mark the day on Friday and he firmly believes that among other benefits education helps strengthen self esteem. The leading Nigerian academic and diplomats told Louis Cathedral that nobody should be left without access to a quality education in the classroom. My background has helped me to appreciate better that causes. The kitchen is key to life. Education Health to transplant yourself as Tim. It gives an ability not to understand better other cultures. It gives an opportunity to learn a bit about history. Other people other places it also gives you a skill to have something to do post you. Formal Education and education is to be understood in the totality of what it does in the life of individuals in the import of it also has entrusted skills it gives to people compounds of the technologies that are created because of indication indication. I think central to life what would you say is the main obstacle to accessing in quality education many factors in some blessed. It may be whether you are male or female in other places could be able or disabled physically or mentally or in in any other way in some places it may be because you have no money to pay tuition and some blessed discuss are far away from your community. Many factors can be Indra to access to education. What factors I think? The unity has come around to understand that education is all right the Covenant on Human Rights is to begin with as well as many other human rights instruments are appreciated. That education is a human rights if you deny education individual you dummy to that maybe and and societies are affected if to be in large numbers. Do not have How would you rate the quality of education available in most countries no country or going wanted to have enough education? We just want to make sure that we constantly upgrade and improve education in terms of what is on top of the depth in of the way in which that you were able to teach so each country can improve on should improve on many aspects in relation to many elements of the rotation system. Whether it is curriculum could men with Ayuso embodiment with cool quality teachers policies of exclusion or access. All this limits of the system. A NEW UNICEF F- report shows that spending on education is heavily skewed towards wealthier households. How can more equitable financing be channeled in the connection between social glass an access to education around the world? And that's why a policy to have public support to ensure access by all human beings to education is key the UNICEF F- report also revealed that a third of adolescent girls from the poorest households have never been to school. Can you comment on. That is true more broadly. But it's even more mm also in relation to countries that are for to ensure the case we have to look at policies in those countries and also see what kinds of support other countries will to Afa the countries or organizations foundations to make sure that one reporters of households have the same opportunity. Public Education called duplication of the rest of let and to to ensure that nor social category is left out of indication whether they are women all of our differential but grants countries whether they're also disabled in terms of what kind of policies are in place to guarantee access to the to the biblically wanted. It's almost like a vicious cycle. People are uneducated so they can't get out of poverty that is true but when a condemned to continue to repeat the cycle because there's this dedicated advocacy around want in all countries to ensure quality education godless whether countries are in conflict are is understanding that even in conflict children should go to school. And that with this kind of push which you have to do more still there is arrive. I didn't proportion of individuals on Moore who have access to education hottest this factor into the sustainable development goals for us of an office of the presidency unassembled for session focusing on the connection between quality education and development goals on the premise. That hardly any goal can be reached reached the target without quality education therefore in a lot of pets complication at the center of Sustainable Development Goals. And that's why we are dealing with the goals but we are giving privilege to quality education among others key in practical terms. What are your aims? Contributing to the promotion of education would want to do is to continue to advocate advocate for access to quality education advocate of protocol means to exchange information on ds but beyond also to see whether through the were able to find in concrete support to countries that are left fighter behind whether it is in the provision of basic infrastructure to guarantee that people are able to go to school and to also oh key into what has been known as schools initiative to see that in London environment specific unsecure and we also have curricula that allows people to buy good education to allow allow them to adopt or to change. It should give you a sense of critical thinking and this is key to education. Do you feel that. The international community has a large role to play the education. All of talks on top of a cool us we should understand that when we talk of education wings is somebody who has a degree saying his regardless of country. There are certain things you assume. Deposits awesome should know as somebody trend to that level historians so there have tended that are more and more international. Anti of equivalence even though each occasional system is also cultural system may take and should tick naturally From his colors such but beyond this lesson versatility of knowledge which is key. And that's why because your systems may be critical of nations but they're also curricular at Guben nation could occasion truth universal so many children are not meeting the basic levels of reading and math. How can that be addressed arrest? We need to do upset in each case. 'cause in some things it may be because the quality of the teachers maybe not what we want in other maybe this question backgrounds of the -tudents Atlanta's in other cases that the renumeration of teachers is really so that people do not give their very best teachers. Nothing these are some of the issues. Oh has education impacted your own life for me. It's difficult to remove myself from the because I think els bon component. I still think I'm under par on it had been my life. Education is giving me an opportunity as a process to under others. Go to places onto with people around you and UNTER continued to learn every day so for me it is really to my life. Can you share any of your observations on how education that has helped others most people. I know who they are largely through. Do how the weather's on the WHO and how they also helps themselves having a qubit occasion as an educated yourself. How would you say education in your? Oh country Nigeria compares to that of other African nations. Modular indication compelled to that of any nation don't even took of Africa. Because December indication a had directly from Nigeria survived studies. In other places I think all countries have the standard that appreciable in terms of other cultures and individual factors trust each divisional system allows from others. What is your message about education to young people and their families listening to us now? Education is not a burden you should enjoy the process of land and you should value it. Prepares you to be a very active on meaningful number Buck Society but not just your society but the international community as well. Is there anything. So now she would like to add to just wish Alanis all over the world continue to enjoy an uncontested enjoy also teaching others of their also land it is. It is an exciting thing to be in education.
Impeachment inquiry: Trump says he'll "strongly consider" submitting testimony
"Than that our top story on a windows news new we got round to win the series of public hearings in the house democratic peach been increased set to start tomorrow yeah that's right gene three days eight witnesses set to testify in among them scheduled for Wednesday as US ambassador to the E. U. garden song one reporter Terry Moran tells the song one is the one who had the most direct contact with president trump during the described pressure campaign on Ukraine in testimony released this weekend former NSC staff member Tim Morrison puts on one right at the center of the alleged effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate the president's political rivals including Joe Biden using nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid as leverage Morrison testified behind closed doors that trump and Sandra spoke approximately five times on the phone while that vital military aid was on hold president trump tweeted that he did nothing wrong and that he will strongly consider submitting written testimony to quote get Congress focused
"one reporter" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Hello to you too bad so I got a great idea let's just it goes so off those idiots the the only to notice the difference oh one more word I'd like to share with you and I'll let you all the windows if the answer the call of them Democrats we should take out the sea and replace it with and then you'd have Damon wraps and that's what they are we can do better than that I just got this I just got this handed handed to me that the the reporter Westwood One reporter and you guys have his name here in correctly because I work with him and they look at me like what now hola now it says Westwood One reporter Clayton that'll will cover the rally the trump rally tonight but no no no no no see I know him personally it is J. what is what if the well you you made a funny you made me laugh no no no no it is reporter J. Clayton J. novel esquire that's how I refer to when I have my much he's the reporter us talking about that was at the trump rally with Beto Hussein Rourke in his own time when it was more people for trump the beta is on top I love it yeah all right thank you yeah we got we got what we got a clip from him I didn't know that I'm sorry did you actually have the right now we got president trump holding a campaign rally tonight at the American Airlines center in Dallas supporters anxious first trip to Texas this is our eighth rally I'm I'm gonna.
Witches & Saints: Helena Blavatsky
"Russian German family at the age of Seventeen Helena married a Russian military officer her and Provincial Vice Governor named Nicky four Bobowski. They separated after just a few months and when her marriage fell apart Helena became interested in spiritualism Eliza him a cultism an esoteric in eastern philosophies spiritualism refers to the belief in communication with the dead particularly through mediums mediums and cultism refers to belief in the power and influence of the supernatural both spiritualism and to cultism were particularly really popular during this era and would become even more so over the next century many historians attribute interest in this movement to the clash between enlightenment at science and traditional religious beliefs people were looking for a new spiritual paradigm that encompassed and reconciled both the scientific revolution. Shen and the spiritual realm for the next few decades of her life. Helena claimed to have traveled throughout Asia and Europe searching for religious in philosophical awful truth's. She said she spent several years in India and Tibet studying with Hindi and Buddhist Gurus in eighteen seventy three. Eh Helena arrived in New York City there she met a man named Henry Steel. All caught who shared her spiritual and intellectual interests two years later the pair along with several others founded the Thea- Sahfiqul Society Helen describe the affi as the synthesis emphasis of science religion and philosophy. She said the Osophy revived ancient wisdom beneath all religions around the same time. Helena traveled to Chinden Vermont. It was the height of time known as the epidemic of wraps people all over were taking part in seances is with self-described mediums and spiritualists and believe that spirits were making rapping noises on tables and walls in an attempt to communicate when one reporter wrote that the noise got louder and more frequent wants Helen. I got town. Her celebrity was solidified eighteen seventy seven then Helena published her first book entitled Isis Unveiled Highlighting the importance of mystical experiences and laying out the basic elements of her thea Sophocles a belief system despite the book gaining attention the Thea- Sophal Society was losing members in the US so two years later in eighteen seventy eighty nine Helena and Henry Ohl Kat moved to India and established a theological society headquarters there they started a society journal earn all and gained a significant following in the country. Helena faced rebuke from around the world at various points in her life including from her Indian followers she was often accused of faking spiritualist activities an investigation done by the London Society for psychical research found that she there's a fraud in eighteen eighty five though a century later those findings were reevaluated by the same organization and found to be unjust not long after that eighteen eighty five judgment Helena left India she moved to Germany than Belgium and then London she wrote three more books about her beliefs called the voice of silence the secret doctrine and key to the Sophy Helena died in in London in eighteen ninety one despite the fact that many described Helena Charlatan she had a significant impact on the introduction and advent end of alternative religions philosophies in the West she helped to turn Europeans and Americans toward Asia for spiritual inspiration during a time when traditional Christian beliefs were facing new challenges Holland up levesque's influence was just the beginning of a spiritual movement that still evident today eh as Westerners continued to turn eastward for spiritual inspiration and practice her influence is also heavily felt and what we now call the New Age Movement Mint Tune in tomorrow for the story of another remarkable historical woman
EPA Chief Pledges To Severely Cut Back On Animal Testing Of Chemicals
"Chemicals that might be dangerous to human health or might alter the environment are routinely tested on mice rats and other animals now though the chief of the environmental protection agency wants to change that as in here is no green filled voice reports he has ordered the EPA to dramatically reduce its use of animal testing one reporter showed up in a wood paneled room at the EPA's headquarters in Washington DC they were given a copy of an op ed it was from a college newspaper and it argued against needless research on animals the student who wrote it Andrew Wheeler is now the head of the EPA I wrote this article back in nineteen eighty seven I I didn't think we're that far away from banning animal testing then and I'm part of why I'm doing this today is because it's been thirty years and we haven't made enough progress on limiting animal testing as agency officials looked on he took up a pen and sign the Memel. his directive requires the EPA to reduce its requests for studies on chemicals like pesticides using live mammals by thirty percent in the next six years by twenty thirty five the EPA will be required to eliminate all routine safety studies using live mammals I really do think that with the lead time that we have in this sixteen years before you completely eliminate animal testing that we have enough time to come up with alternatives like tests on lab grown cells or computer models that could predict the chemicals affect he says the EPA will hold an annual conference on new methods and is funding researchers to help develop them sitting next to him were representatives of animal welfare groups like the Humane Society of the United States Kathleen Conley as its vice president of animal research issues I think this announcement is extremely important in a huge leap forward where a government agency is committing to an aggressive timeline two ends testing on mammals the move comes as the entire toxicology community has been moving towards alternatives Penelope Fenner crisp is a former top EPA official she says the EPA's pesticide program has recently made real progress in using new types of safety studies saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of lab animals still she says I'm always a little trouble with deadlines on efforts like this she says so far no one has developed new tasks for complex subtle health effects like ones that might hit animals reproductive systems and she says you can't necessarily dictate
EPA Chief Pledges To Severely Cut Back On Animal Testing Of Chemicals
"Chemicals that might be dangerous to human health or might alter the environment are routinely tested on mice rats and other animals now though the chief of the environmental protection agency wants to change that as in here is no green filled voice reports he has ordered the EPA to dramatically reduce its use of animal testing one reporter showed up
'Total devastation': Hurricane slams parts of the Bahamas
"Will thank heavens hurricane Dorian is finally moving off the Bahamas it just sat there moving like a mile an hour over the whole Bahamas and they got hit really bad there was a life threatening storm surge of up to fifteen feet expected on grand Bahama island and Floridians were freaking out I have family in you know fort Lauderdale and clear water in you know not knowing if the hurricane was going to start moving towards Florida move out to sea I will I am blown away at how they could predict hurricane movement and they predicted that after the bombers it was going to make a right turn I mean it made a beeline it was going to do west I mean street west and then. it's stalled and rather than moving towards Florida is designed to make a right turn and now it is moving up the coast. but still gave huge punches to the Bahamas there's a door is when the tent city has backed off now it's down to a category two I thought I saw just recently was a three still but I think they just downgraded to a two. but now we're worried about the Florida Atlantic coast parts Georgia the Carolinas and even southeast Virginia. and so right now it's still near grand Bahama island the eye wall is pummel the island since Sunday night destructive winds catastrophic storm surge some of the pictures are coming in the Bahamas it is devastated just devastated. it basically had the bombs for over forty eight hours started the apple goes island Sunday morning. settlement point had sustained winds of sixty one miles an hour gusting up to eighty two miles per hour. and right now I believe the speed is down to about a hundred twenty miles per hour of the actual hurricane. and now Florida coast is scenes of destructive damage because of I mean it's about eighty miles from the coast and so you know the waves are huge. beach erosion has already Curtis flats at Flagler beach. National Weather Service weather channel meteorologist Jim Cantore document a damaged homes on Hutchinson island why because of pounding surf squall from out of perfume Dorian continue to wrap into parts of the Florida peninsula. because one visit force winds there now miles an hour arrived at Juno beach Florida. that's going to continue with gusts over sixty miles per hour to Tuesday outer rain bands are also still you know flooding the area and we could possibly have tornadoes along the coast so we have hurricane warnings right now in effect in Florida from Jupiter inlet to punch Verde beach including Mel born in Daytona beach Florida the warning is now but extended to South Carolina from north of at least beach to south Santee river in a hurricane warning still remains in effect for grand Bahama the abacus islands northwestern Bahamas include Freeport and grand Bahama. so hurricane warnings meaning that hurricane force winds remember category one is seventy four miles an hour so hurricane warnings mean that those winds are either already Corinne or expected somewhere within the warning area and that's going to be within a thirty six hour time frame. so a storm surge warning has been issued from land Tampa Florida to south Santee river South Carolina and that includes Daytona beach Jacksonville beach St Simons Tybee island Charleston South Carolina. so you know you would you would watch the weather I was I was glued to the weather channel all weekend and you would see people. walking behind a meteorologist sorry. I don't want to laugh at all because you know what people were doing they were trying to recreate those videos that are online have you guys seen those videos where you have. meteorologist reporters that are trying to look like they're holding on. and you know to find the winds and trying to you know hold their balance and they're screaming in the wind and then you see people walk behind them with an ice cream cone and wave like high. I right or you know I think there was one reporter that tried to claim this weekend that bodes in Florida were already push the shore by the storm. add their all these things being pushed on to the beach and you actually saw the votes are all tied up neatly and it was nice people walking by and you know even in you know smile and things like that and so clearly there's a lot of like you know whether reporting gone wrong people in a boat there's one I forget was one of those Kitty current but somebody was in a boat looking like she had to paddle around and then somebody walked right by her. in a single deep water. it all and then so it you know we know that you know the weather channel these meteorologist they have a job to do and storms are life threatening and they need to get people out and so they're not gonna show a person in a nice dry area tell everybody it's scary they're going to kind of show you know what they need pictorials because some people they just don't evacuate they just leave. Floridians a lot of them did not evacuate them they you know they were waiting for the hurricane advisory to blows my mind that the same age we could be that accurate I mean we were actually it was I was like I don't see how it's going to head towards Florida's commit towards Florida. so you don't think that it didn't hit Florida unfortunately you have that whole coast. that could get hit you know there's an argument that averages one across Florida in a day. we would cause less damage then riding up the coast to Jacksonville Charleston Wilmington Hatteras so the you know so you know we think it's going to be hitting and not really leaving are closed until Sunday heading areas near main and etcetera and at it's a battle on this was bad five people dead so far we're gonna be unfortunately hearing more as the crews are able to get into the Bahamas fully understand the devastation was just enormous this week as NASA but the nation week a lot of people in the Bahamas and Florida you know can't donate blood the Carolinas etcetera because a worried about the the storm and and blood shortages are expected that to happen especially after the bad summer NASA but the nation because the first week of September and as for governors from across United States United to you know help
Trump raises pressure on Federal Reserve to cut interest rates
"The president is taking on the fed today on Twitter accusing the decisions by the federal reserve are making us less competitive on the global economy the president believes that the federal reserve raised interest rates too quickly he's urging a one full percentage point reduction in a key interest rate he has said that if there's anything that's going to lead to a slowdown re signal that presenting this college or slow down its federal reserve policy and not his own trade policy this week I've heard the president a couple of times sound particularly defensive when asked about his trade stance toward China and the idea that could spark a slowdown in the United States he has said the in call himself yesterday the chosen one because he argues that his predecessors didn't confront China with its business practices he's going to be the first president to do it he said this week to one reporter that he likes doing it and then does cost of the notion that might lead to a recession for two months quarter sections that are typically seen as lengthy period of time over and successive quarters when the economy gets smaller overtime and there would be pain felt by people economists at the beginning of this week pulled by the national association for business economics and vastly believe that the US economy will enter recession by twenty twenty one course all good things must come to an end in all growth cycles eventually come to an end so the question is there