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Morgan Zegers and Tennessee's Robby Starbuck Discuss the 2022 Midterms

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Morgan Zegers and Tennessee's Robby Starbuck Discuss the 2022 Midterms

"And thankful to be guest hosting. Doctor gorka show again. That's right. You got a 25 year old taken over the show today. And we're going to try and include a lot of really fun guests. I have a great lineup for you of a lot of people from a lot of different backgrounds and to start off the show on a strong, strong way. I've got Robbie starbuck with us. Can we bring Robbie right in and let's get started? I'm here. All right, Robbie, thank you so much. I appreciate it. I know you're a busy guy. Can you explain why you're such a busy guy? What are you up to these days? Yes, I mean, as many of doctors, viewers know he's having a lot for my race running for Congress. And the Tennessee Republican Party is actually removed me from the ballot. This last week. So, you know, we're in a battle now to get back on the ballot, essentially they removed myself, Morgan Ortega, and one other candidate is off the ballot. Morgan and I were sort of more in a similar boat because we had all the Republican vouching and we've only voted Republican and things along those lines. The third one had participated in a chaos primaries like Rush Limbaugh had told people to do. So they had technically voted for Democrats. So they're kind of treated a little differently under the bylaws. But in Morgan and I case, they just essentially took us off and they have no good excuse for doing it. We did all the standards that are necessary to be able to be bona FIDE and to be put on the ballot. So now I'm going to fight to make sure that this is allowed to happen because what's really scary about it is it's so similar to what you see happen in communist countries. My family came from Cuba and they had a central committee that essentially chose puppet candidates of the party and people at very limited choices. Well, here we have the state executive committee. The state executive committee is who met and voted to make sure that I would not be allowed back on the ballot. And so it's sort of a creepy parallel from where my family came from to now and more of a warning about how big government and allowing these sorts of things can become a real big problem because now essentially people's vote is limited

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Man, teen charged with murder in death of Chicago girl, 8

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Man, teen charged with murder in death of Chicago girl, 8

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'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

The Dan Bongino Show

03:15 min | 6 months ago

'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact

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"ortega" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Of voting by state workers January Alvarez said she was in and out in under ten minutes NPR as well as many foreign news outlets was barred from entering Nicaragua NPR paid a local journalist to record interviews Actor okano who works at Managua oriental market said he had to vote If I didn't vote they'll just take it steal it he says Leaders around the world say that's exactly what Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo the country's vice president did yesterday Costa Rica's president isn't recognizing his neighboring leaders victory Spain called the election of mockery the European Union declared Nicaragua and autocratic regime Clearly Ortega and Murillo are not fazed by such criticism says Eric farnsworth of the Washington D.C. based council of the Americas He says the U.S. and others must now act more decisively toward Ortega And that to this point has not been a feature of international engagement with Nicaragua He's taken steps with impunity And each one gets further and further down the path of dictatorship where we now are For his part Ortega who turned 76 on Thursday said his fourth consecutive reelection is a safeguard against foreign and U.S. funded traitors Nicaraguans voted for peace against war and against terrorism He told a small controlled crowd Ortega used that refined rhetoric to brutally quash student led protests in 2018 He passed new anti terrorism laws criminalizing nearly all dissent and last spring started rounding up opponents He's even imprisoned former comrades who fought alongside him in the 1970s when as Marxist rebels they toppled the U.S. backed dictator anastasio samosa.

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"ortega" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on WBUR

"The newsroom from the BBC World Service In Nicaragua votes are being counted in an election condemned by the United States as a sham Joe Biden described the ballot which will almost certainly return Daniel Ortega to a fourth consecutive term as president of Nicaragua as a pantomime In the run up to the vote his sandinista government jailed dozens of political opponents including 7 people who wanted to challenge him for the presidency The country's opposition in exile had called for a boycott of the election Foreign journalists aren't allowed to observe the elections in Nicaragua so our correspondent will grant is in neighboring Costa Rica So just how credible was the election Even the most staunch Daniel Ortega supporter would have troubles suggesting that this has been a completely untainted election that's completely free and fair of course the absolutely most radical are saying exactly that But I think it is an extremely hard thing to argue given the fact that he has jailed 7 of his opponents that the leading candidates against him will place them under house arrest He's forced scores of people into exile who represented criticisms of him or creative any sort of credible threat has been wiped out entirely So really once you put all of that together you add on the clamp down on press freedoms You add on the fact that election observers haven't been allowed in It really can not be said to be a credible election Observers have said that the level of repression is the highest in decades haven't they They have and it is I mean it has been shocking I think for people in Latin America for Nicaraguans particularly to see the speed with which Daniel Ortega and his loyalist forces in the police and the military sort of ramped up things in those terms The repression sped up very quickly the clamped down happened against the candidates in a question of days and weeks really from the 2nd of June onwards And it has been very very shocking And it's showing no real sign of relenting when we remember the fact that for example one of the main newspapers has essentially been unable to print because the government has allowed them to have news print You know it just continues and continues and continues and we fully expect him to declare himself the landslide winner in this race too And of course you're in Costa Rica at the moment as are quite a lot of exiles from Nicaragua Have there been protests there Yes they did hold an event in the city center in San Jose And it was sort of high energy but they are also very aware that there's very little they can do There's nothing they can do to force Daniel Ortega out certainly in the short term So what they were attempting to do was call on their countrymen to boycott the vote to not turn out We'll have to see if that is in any way reflected in the official data about what the turnout has been But I did feel that there was a sort of sense of slight resignation that while they're desperate to see something different particularly the young people the students That was very very touching who feel they've been pushed down with Nicaragua They really know they have very very little direction to turn in at the moment That was will grant in Costa Rica For the first time in 20 months the U.S. is reopening its borders to foreign travelers who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus Airlines are expecting a flood of visitors as the restrictions are lifted for those who aren't vaccinated and undergo testing and contact tracing And for New York the lifting of restrictions can't come too soon The city has mounted its most aggressive marketing campaign ever to welcome back foreign visitors from New York Tom brook reports Because of the ban on travelers from many countries.

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Nicaragua: How to Write Yourself Into Exile

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:09 min | 8 months ago

Nicaragua: How to Write Yourself Into Exile

"There is only one good thing to be said for the spectacle of a given government picking on writers and novelists and artists of any description. It saves the busy bypass whatever valuable time. They may have spent wondering whether the government in question still has all marbles in one sock when a given government starts picking on writers and novelists and artists of any description. It is announcing itself as tyrannical foolish and deranged. Such is the unhappy if altogether unsurprising point arrived at by the regime of daniel ortega president of nicaragua as demonstrated by its issue of a warrant for the arrest of sergio ramirez. Probably nicaragua's best known and most admired novelist. One time winner of the guel devotees prize awarded by spain's ministry of culture to recognize outstanding spanish language literature and therefore a peer of borges for enters vargas loeser and pass among other distinguished scrivener's any has split wishing to note at this point that the warrant has been issued by nicaragua's state prosecutors and not by the presidency has not been paying much attention to the evolution of ortega's thinking vis-a-vis the separation of powers ramirez. Who took the clearly sensible precaution of leaving nicaragua a few months back and is now resident in costa rica stands accused of inciting hatred and conspiring to undermine the integrity of the country. What ramirez actually appears to have done is written a novel entitled tonga. Lali did not know how to dance. An exceedingly thinly veiled parable set in contemporary nicaragua. who's people being terrorized by overstaying revolutionary government. Which has long since abandoned whatever principles may once have animated it and is now concerned only with maintaining power at any price up to and including the blood of its own citizens

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Meanwhile before receiving her sentence y'all zlin ortega also allowed to make a statement. She apologized for quote what happened and she stated that she hoped that nobody ever has to go through which she had gone through. Wow and she asked for forgiveness from god. wow so. The judge was clearly incensed by her lack of remorse and just blatant disregard for what had happened. Judge kara who presided over the case. He acknowledged that ortega did have an untreated mental illness and it may have played a role in what happened that day but the fact that she had the forethought to try and kill herself shows. She had some mental cogency and that she had some form of a plan. The judge went on to blame iosselini and her family for not getting her the help. She needed to treat her mental illness. Let's end this episode on a happier note. Because this case is really just so after the murders marina and kevin set up the lulu and leo fund. Which is a nonprofit charity organization that offers parents and schools of creativity curriculum based on the ten principles of creativity. Now this is all in order to inspire heal and grow children through art nature and creativity especially in disadvantaged communities there according to kevin krim the fun quote empowers children and adults with the skills and confidence. They need to have resilience in the face of hardship and to thrive in an ever changing world and he explains how they started this fund in those early days to honor the creative and to brief. Life's of leo and lulu as you probably guessed. The two children loved the arts and they were very creative and marina was also an art teacher so this was very important for them on their funds social media pages which i follow them all the crims post photos of lulu and leo as well as photos of their new family. They have since had two more children. It was just a couple of months ago. Where would have been lulus fifteenth birthday and there was a really beautiful tribute posted for her..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"So they're saying that she completely detached. You might recognize one of the psychiatrist. Who testified here. His name was. Dr phillip resnick. Does that name sound familiar at all. Phillip resnick doesn't but faye resnick us. Okay so phillip resnick testified in the unabomber case and in the trial of james holmes. Do remember who james holmes is. Oh yeah of course. Oh my goodness he was the colorado movie theater shooter man. he was. Yeah so this is you know. Obviously the unabomber. Ted kaczynski the. Yeah so this guy is really long history. He's really renowned forensic psychiatrists who testified some pretty high profile cases. The other forensic psychiatrists who testified was dr karen rosenbaum. The prosecution grilled dr rosenbaum on. Cross asking her why she had an interview anyone outside of the ortega family because they interviewed. Ortega's niece jacqueline meghan. Remember that reference letter that landed in the job. Yes on a remember the question of gonna ask you then but go ahead okay. Well it turns out that it was yasser niece. Who wrote it but guess what. She didn't even have children. Jassem sneeze now. I had a feeling it was fake. I just want to say it. i did. She ended up being a witness for the defense but the prosecution totally discredited her because they were like. Oh wait a minute. Aren't you the one who wrote the fake reference letter and kind of started this whole thing. And if dr rosenbaum was relying on someone who is already lying the the credibility of the findings can be discredited. Is exactly right. Thank you for making that clear meghan. I think the prosecution did a really good job of trying to discredit this doctor. Also the prosecution ended up pushing her into acknowledging that ortega never mentioned hearing voices or having visual or auditory hallucinations to either the family or the defense psychiatrist until after the killings. Okay that's another piece of the puzzle. It goes without saying this trial. Focus on the insanity defense and that's one of the reasons that case took so long between the initial competency hearing in two thousand thirteen and the actual trial in two thousand eighteen. Because the defense was trying to build this case and clearly it was falling apart for them. Ortega showed no emotion or any indication of remorse during the whole trial. I believe she's shed one tear at one point but it was when something had to do with her. Not not with the murderers up. The children more take a son who is now twenty two remember. Hey sues he took the stand to testify in defense of his mother. He referred to the murder one point as a quote accident. The prosecution went off on him. Yelling did you just say accident. He then corrected himself and said oh. I mean what happened. He basically just testified that his mother loved the children immensely and that she never confided in him that she was hearing voices or anything like that. On april eighteenth two thousand eighteen. After just two days of deliberations the jury found that fifty five year old yellen ortega was guilty of two counts of first degree murder and two counts of second degree murder. maga-. I know we've talked about this. We were talking about. George floyd gays or the derek show van trial. How can she be simultaneously guilty of first degree murder and also second degree murder. Can we explain this to our listeners..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Experienced a psychotic or associated state and that she was perfectly able to quote appreciate the consequence and wrongfulness -ness of her actions so despite her previous claims psychosis. This expert believed that ortega was still able to function successfully and normally which the him implied that she was faking. You know about my lingering. It's faking a mental illness in front of a professional. There's actually an i remember. He took a class. Yeah college and they talk about the number of ways in which you can detect mma lingering and how. It's a little bit harder than most people might think. A lot of people believed that y'all's lynn was in fact mo- lingering based the fact that some of these earlier interview. She talked about hearing things and seeing things and she was almost setting herself up for an insanity defense but then she would say things that contradict which will get to A little further into some of this trial testimony. At some point y'all's lynn had said that she was hearing things she was seeing things. The devil made her do it but most of the time especially early on she would say she has no memory at all. What happened to lulu and leo. But this doesn't really make sense and as the prosecution would point out if she really had no memory of what happened to them. You would think that she would ask about them when she woke up in the hospital after she was being treated she never asked about the children at all and the prosecution would argue. Well this is because she knows what's to happen so the children and she does indeed have a memory of the event. I understand that. I don't think that's a strongest point for me at but that's a point. I found the defense a lot more interesting. So the defense argued that she suffered from severe depression and experienced paranoid delusions and hallucinations. And this possibly go back as far as the seventy s when she had her first experience with mental health issues..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Trial finally got underway in two thousand eighteen with opening statements beginning on march first in manhattan supreme court. The meghan someone who was living in new york around this time it was really crazy because most people forgot about this case. I'm sure the crime family and those who are close to them did not but it was such a big new story when it happened and then trial took so long. A minute kinda reopened. The trial was expected to last a long time because there was so much here but the trial only lasted six weeks which is short for a case like this zone ortega was charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of second degree murder and again she would enter a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity so when we talk about the insanity defense it is what is known as an affirmative defense an affirmative defense means that the defendant is saying yes i did it but something else so we talked to our students all the time about men's riot and act this race. Actress race is the act. Men's ray is the intent in our system in order to be charged with a crime..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Voice messages when emergency services arrived on the scene marino is screaming and inconsolable. They entered the apartment and found ortega bleeding on the floor of the bathroom with knife wounds to her neck chest and wrist however she was still breathing unfortunately however the children were unable to be revived. Baby leo had been stabbed. Five times and lucia over thirty times across her neck and her body. Both of their throats were split before they were placed in the bathtub when the paramedics arrived the children did not have a pulse and leo's body was already cold as is procedure based still attempted. Cpr and chest compressions but the children had lost too much blood at this point. Children were removed from the apartment and pronounced dead upon arrival at saint. Luke's hospital in new york. Marina was escorted out of the building by authorities holding nessie in her arms and shielded by a white towel. She was transferred in a separate ambulance at the same hospital as the children and upon arrival at the hospital. She was sedated. The ostlund was admitted in stable but critical condition. She had a fractured vertebrae in the process of stabbing herself in the neck and she was placed in a medically induced coma. So i mean this was a bona fide attempt to kill herself or are we going to discuss that later. I wanna discuss that later. So i'm curious what you think about okay. So later that evening kevin crims plane landed and he says when he turned on his phone head. Dozens of missed calls texts and voicemails. Now these texts were all saying. Are you okay. And he immediately thinks. Oh i'm i'm flying. They maybe there was a plane crash. Think something happened. Then he hears marinas voicemail screaming inconsolable. Poor guy. I heard one account that when the plane landed. The police actually got on the plane to escort him out and at this time he also answered a phone call from his brother-in-law who told him something has happened to the children. Yeah i'm glad. I'm actually would have hope that someone would be there to needed to. Yeah so. The police escorted him to saint luke's roosevelt hospital. Where he was told. That lulu and leo were dead and that their nanny yellen ortega had murdered them at this time. He was also reunited with marina an essay..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"There's also a neighbor who got into the elevator with the nanny and the two children and this neighbor recalled that the children were playing around and that the little girl looked so happy. She said everything with the nanny seems normal but jaswant did not say a word to her but she just smiled and walked out of the elevator so it was around five pm when marina along with nessie realized that lulu never made it to dance class so at five four pm she had texted jazilan whereas lulu there was no response and then she sent a follow up text in spanish. Saying where are you to which there was no response. Sixteen minutes later. She texted another. Where are you know. Response chimps have been really starting to panic. I think yes. Oh marina thought. This was pretty unusual for yazmin because she always responded and she was always reliable. But i don't think she was panic just yet. Marina decided to go home and check and make sure everything was okay but on her way home she would continue to text ortega several times and now she's getting increasingly concerned. She got to the building around twenty after five and headed up to the apartment. She says she opens the door. And it was eerily quiet. All the lights were off in the house and she looks around to see what's going on. Check the rooms. Check the kitchen. But she could not find the children or jazilan. The only thing she did see was leo stroller in the living room with lose dance backpack on top of it. So at this point marina. Who's again still holding esi. Her year old daughter. She went back downstairs and asks the doorman if the kids are norte had left and if he had seen them but the doorman said he had not seen them leave so marina went back to the apartment checking again realizing she had not check the bathroom now. The bathroom was the furthest room from the apartment entrance. So when she walks in she did notice that there was a sliver of light under the door so she makes her way to the bathroom screaming. That children's names and when she opened the door she could not believe what she was saying. She sees her two. Young children fully clothed laying in the bathtub covered in blood and she said she immediately knew that they were deceased. At this time she also sees the oslin sitting on the floor of the bathroom next to the bathtub covered in blood as soon as y'all's land saw marina. She began stabbing herself in the neck. And as marina would describe it quote. It's like a total horror movie. I walked down the hall. And i see the light under the door. I see lulu. I knew that she was dead..

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"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Women and Crime

"The crime family was looking for a nanny to care for their growing family and felt blessed when they found a kind woman with a terrific reference. However appearances would prove deceiving and on a fateful october night. The family's life would change forever when miss cramb would walk into a nightmare. This is a aswan. Ortega's story hi. Megan hey amy. I had so much fun camping with you last weekend. I know wasn't a fun to get back out there camping. So great and and then get abducted on my run through the woods. I know i was a little nervous when i saw the trail but it was good. It was great before we get into today's episode. I want to thank l. Swaki for her help with the research. Thank you danielle. And who do. We have for our patrons today amy. I would like to thank jerry from boston and michaela. Who else do we have. Meghan we have lilly ingram luck. Sh- me and nicole goodman. Thank you all so much for supporting the show and it's because of listeners. Like you that we can continue to bring you high quality content. Thank you everyone. We appreciate it the case that we're gonna be talking about today. Felt so personal to me because at the time of this event i was working as a nanny in the same city that had happened. That's right. I always forget that you work as a nanny and after i had children i hired a nanny to help my family and this case really changed the way that process worked for me understood. Y'all's on ortega was born in nineteen sixty two in the dominican republic. She was the second youngest of eight children in one thousand nine hundred five. She graduated with an accounting degree and then moved to new york city where her sister was living a decade later. She got married and would have one son named hey sues the marriage only lasted a couple of years and then she took her son and went back to the dominican republic however she would then return back to new york in search of work leaving her four year old son in the care of her family. She was a good mother though she would travel back and forth to visit her son several times a year and she also spoke to him daily in two thousand h. Even spent a few months in the dominican republic with her son. While she was living in new york she mostly lived with family in various new york city boroughs for a little while living in the bronx and then also living in harlem and throughout her time in new york. She struggled to find consistent employment. She would sometimes work in factories. She would work for cleaning services..

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"ortega" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on Trina Talk

"You didn't plan the business better. Is there a time that you wish you had not done something now. Because there's always been something amazing that's come out of my mistakes. I like that answer. What is your definition of success. Getting to do what i love every single day in a way that is stable as well. How do you recharge outdoors hiking. What are you awesome at diving. In before i'm ready. What legacy do you want to leave. The you don't have to fear change that there's really really good things. Once you learn embrace it give the listeners. One motivational takeaway. That one was pretty good. But do you have another one. I'll leave you with a quote. It's my favorite quotes when the movie hope floats beginnings are scary endings are usually sad but it's the middle that counts. Remember that when you find yourself at the beginning. Wow tell the listeners. How they can catch your show If they want to get a retreat your book everything yeah so. The main website is monica. J. ortega dot com. That has everything right there. The show is on there but it's also on youtube and social medium at monica goes show and the book is available on my website and on amazon. And that is the power pivoting right. Well monica. it's been just fun. Speaking with you and learning about your travels in mastermind and i really thank you for being on trina talked. Thank you so much for having me if you like. Trina tuck podcast. Please don't forget to go out to itunes and rate it five stars and leave a review. Also who else in your life do you know that. Need some motivation and inspiration in their life. Don't forget to share train of talk with them. I hope you have a great week and remember if you change your mindset you can change your life. Keeps driving because successes is journey not a destination..

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"ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President Daniel Ortega, who's been cracking down on political opponents in Nicaragua this week, turned his attention to the country's news media. His national police ransacked the home of a prominent independent journalist and jailed two more reporters. Ortega's escalation comes as he is expected to run for an unprecedented fourth consecutive term this fall. NPR's Carrie Kahn joins us from Mexico City to talk about this. Good morning, Carrie. Good morning. So this week, Ortega was on national TV, defending his recent jailing of 20 opponents, at least five of whom had said they were planning to run against him for president. What did he say? He was very defiant, he said. This notion that he's locked up candidates are opponents of him is ridiculous. He said. Those jailed were the same as those who had risen against him in the April of 2018 and back then More than 300 protesters were killed and hundreds were jailed. Ortega said. Those jail this time around are the same. He calls them Coup plotters. Let's hear a little bit of a speech to who's Gondo? At criminality cannot entitle control pace. He's saying we're bringing charges against criminals who are working against the state, and that is mostly what these people have been charged with. There's a sweeping new law that are take a recently passed that allows any critics of the government Those who received funding from foreign entities to be charged with treason or terrorism. So there's a lot of history here. Ortega became a leader of the international left during the Cold War after his Sandinistas brought down a U. S backed dictator. Is he still the revolutionary of 40 years ago? His rhetoric has changed greatly, and has more than four decades in politics after the revolution or take a spent many years out of power. He came back in 2000 and seven with a much more conciliatory tone, especially with his dealings with Nicaragua's business class and the Catholic Church to and that worked really well for him, and I was talking with Eric finds work of the Council on the Americas. About or take us timing And he said, Really, or take his goal is to solidify that power. He really She's not just that The opposition itself is very weak, and this is an opportunity to really lower the boom on them for all time, but frankly, that the international community is in disarray and unable to react effectively to prevent him from doing it. So who are these people that have been rounded up by Ortega In the past weeks, there's a longtime leader of Nicaragua's leading business chamber of commerce. That was a big surprise. Former Nicaraguan ambassador to the U. S. There's also passed revolutionary allies of Ortega's One of them is a 75 year old former general who actually led some of the most brazen attacks on the dictator in the 19 seventies. Nearly all of those who have been arrested haven't been heard from relatives say they don't know where they're being held in its fear that they're in a prison outside Managua. It's this prison that's infamous for torture and horrific conditions. So what happens to them now? It's just really hard to say given that you know, there isn't universal international condemnation right now, and Ortega's really digging in There was a resolution passed in the organization of American States condemning the crackdown. But big Latin American players like Mexico and Argentina abstained from that vote. Later, both countries did recall their ambassadors from Nicaragua. And on Friday, Mexico's president did come out with a strong statement saying human rights abuses will not be tolerated anywhere so possibly Mexico could play a role. And helping to find a diplomatic resolution to all of this. That's NPR's Carrie Kahn in Mexico City..

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"ortega" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"ortega" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Ortega, who's been cracking down on political opponents in Nicaragua this week, turned his attention to the country's news media. His national police ransacked the home of a prominent independent journalist and jailed two more reporters or take US escalation comes as he is expected to run for an unprecedented fourth consecutive term this fall. NPR's Carrie Kahn joins us from Mexico City to talk about this. Good morning, Carrie. Good morning. So this week, Ortega was on national TV, defending his recent jailing of 20 opponents, at least five of whom had said they were planning to run against him for president. What did he say? He was very defiant, he said. This notion that he's locked up candidates are opponents of him is ridiculous. He said. Those jailed were the same as those who had risen against him in the April of 2018 and back then More than 300. Protesters were killed and hundreds or jailed or take a said those jail this time around of the same, he calls them coup plotters. Let's hear a little bit of a speech to Orlando. A criminal cannot in town control pace. He's saying we're bringing charges against criminals who are working against the state, and that is mostly what these people have been charged with. There's a sweeping new law that are take a recently passed that allows any critics of the government are those who receive funding from foreign entities to be charged with treason or terrorism. So there's a lot of history here. Ortega became a leader of the international left during the Cold War after his Sandinistas brought down a U. S backed dictator. Is he still the revolutionary of 40 years ago? His rhetoric has changed greatly, and has more than four decades in politics after the revolution or take a spent many years out of power. He came back in 2000 and seven with a much more conciliatory tone, especially with his dealings with Nicaragua's business class and the Catholic Church to and that worked really well for him, and I was talking with Eric finds work of the Council on the Americas. About Ortega's timing, and he said, Really, Ortega's goal is to solidify that power. He really sees not just that The opposition itself is very weak, and this is an opportunity to really lower the boom on them for all time, but frankly, that the international community is in disarray and unable to react effectively to prevent him from doing it. So who are these people that have been rounded up by Ortega In the past weeks, there's a longtime leader of Nicaragua's leading business chamber of commerce. That was a big surprise. Former Nicaraguan ambassador to the U. S. There's also passed revolutionary allies of Ortega, as one of them is a 75 year old former general who actually led some of the most brazen attacks on the dictator in the 19 seventies. Nearly all of those who have been arrested haven't been heard from relatives say they don't know where they're being held in its fear that they're in a prison outside Managua. It's this prison that's infamous for torture and horrific conditions. So what happens to them now? It's just really hard to say given that you know, there isn't universal international condemnation right now, and Ortega's really digging in. There was a resolution passed in the organization of American States condemning the crackdown, but big Latin American players like Mexico and Argentina abstained from that vote. Later, Both countries did recall their ambassadors from Nicaragua. And on Friday, Mexico's president did come out with a strong statement saying human rights abuses will not be tolerated anywhere. So possibly Mexico could play a role in helping to find.

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The Power of Restorative Behaviors

Mindful Productivity Podcast

01:22 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Restorative Behaviors

"Also been thinking about restorative behaviors behaviors that we can use to restore our health to the best of our ability now restorative the definition of it is actually having the ability to restore health strength or a feeling of well-being. So it's also important to remember that it's having the ability and i know there's many people based on circumstances based on systemic issues. That sometimes don't have the option to take restorative actions for their health wellbeing ortega vacation in the woods. If this is something that is available to you. We'll talk about some ways to do that in this podcast but it's also important to recognize that we also live in a society that makes this very difficult. And i think that just perpetuates the perpetuates the problem even further restorative behavior and restoration is also the ability to restore your consciousness your vigor and your health and so that look a lot of different ways so this is one of my favorite ways to do. It is to come back to nature and really take a break but keep in mind as you're listening that. Your example of restorative behaviors could be very different. They could involve being around more people or doing more high energy activities that is for you to decide and to come up with

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The Walmart Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:35 min | 1 year ago

The Walmart Haul

"First Up, we have a lot of warm products which hopefully remained warm. Before we try them first up. We have Kellogg's brand new waffles in fun flavors. I have to say, I was like freaking out we have two flavors to try today but there was a third flavor we didn't get that was super cute. The flavors were trying our Unicorn which tastes like cotton candy and birthday cake, which is yellow cake with rainbow. Sprinkles. These are not only available at Walmart. They're also at target Safeway and more and what I noticed about these is that they're very large large like the size of rigging frozen waffles do smell amazing they really do. And I, also GONNA say usually frozen waffles tastes the same I have high hopes for these I think these are gonna be different. What are you trying I? What's the Yellow One? Is What the Unicorn? Birthday. Look it looks like a birthday. Okay. Let's go birthday cake. Okay. That tastes like a birthday cake. These are really moist. They taste like cake. That's really good and the stats are really not bad hundred and thirty calories per waffle two and a half grams of fat five smart points. But I want to say one thing like these are not I feel like in the past like four or five weeks, we've tried a lot of frozen waffles. And they're all the same even the ones who trader Joe's that are Pumpkin flavored. There's something about this waffle. That's a little special do agree. Yeah. Definitely, and I was just noticing that you don't need butter or Maple Syrup on that. I mean this is just fine by itself. You know I totally grandma try the Unicorn cotton catches interesting because they have such perfectly deep wells. What do you call those nooks and crannies? what do you call in English mapping it is. Yeah. Waffle House. Yeah. They're really Nice deep-sea coach and a lot of Sierra remade ours pacman. Oh cute wait. What are the little dots in this one? Sheri's berries I think right and cotton candy. I like the birthday cake more. Yes, that's amazing. These are amazing. Kellogg's makes eggo right. But these are not under the eggo brand I. Don't think are they know? They're not. So you don't have to leg that is really interesting for her. Nope you don't have to go your Lego Mike. Okay next we are trying this is a product that I find very exciting and unique foster farms. The chicken people they have a new product called bold bites. They're marketed as kids bowl by. So they're like you get these in the fridge section and they're small individually wrapped packs like pouches of chicken and they come in flavors we have Taco and pizza today and what I really love about these portion controlled. It's sort of like saying, Hey, kids you can snack on chicken like like from being I would just dump this pouch. It tastes good into super on top of a salad it's fifty calories worth-a-chicken. Looks Amazing what are we trying? Why did you get all the fun flavors like Taco, Pizza, I can't open. which WANNA restarting with them pastor, which can open pizza Jamie can open I. Don't have the strength. s these high in sodium. No. Not really right. Three clear to read the sodium for those of us who don't have our reading. It's three fifty, which is not terribly. No this is good. I would not say tastes like pizza but I would put this on a pizza at fifty calories worth. Let's see. We got spicy lally trion. That's good but I feel like it's a stretch to call at pizza. Wait I a little bit of like Italian seasoning. Okay. Yeah. No I like it I like the concept I like creative. Let's try the TACO. Just I'm impressed and it tastes like white meat chicken breast doesn't taste like unidentifiable parts of a chicken. TACO measure making tacos. That is excellent first of all. This is what I would do. I would take those new cauliflower Ortega Taco shells that they sent us same thing and I would just like loaded up and make a chicken Taco out of this. Don't goods while he? Put it over, put it over cauliflower rice and then scuba salsa. These? This is great. This particular flavor. Terrific I don't WanNa give any preliminary ratings but it will rate. Hi.

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President Trump again refuses to commit to peaceful transition if he loses

The View

04:49 min | 1 year ago

President Trump again refuses to commit to peaceful transition if he loses

"Hello and welcome to the view. Happy Friday to everybody Meghan will be back on Monday Anna. Navarro is here. We're always happy to have her and we WANNA start today by honoring the reason that we're all sitting here actually, which is because of Barbara Barbara Walters Happy Birthday Barbara many more my dear. Nationwide protests. Yes. Nationwide protests continue over the grand jury decision to let cops off the hook for killing Brianna Taylor. Now really that would be calling for calm and unity right right now right But trump is adding fuel to the fire claiming that he's protesting the use of mail in ballots and they may not peacefully transfer power over to Biden if he's voted out, take a look. To See what happens you know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are disaster and People are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there's a little? Blue want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very. Very, peaceful, there won't be a transfer, frankly are the election results only legitimate if you win. So we have to be very careful with the ballots, the ballots to hope big scam and we wanna make sure the election is honest and I'm not sure that it can be. I. Don't know that it can be with this whole. Situation unsolicited ballots they're unsolicited million things sent everybody and we'll say. So. I, think he's playing the autocrat just wants to see which Republicans are going to line up behind them like they've done on every other heinous thing he said and done. But what do I know maybe Anna do you know you're a Republican? Do you think they'll fall behind him? Look I think a lot of them are distancing themselves on on this at least you know one thing joy. It's more of the same. Okay. The only thing trump has to offer the American people is fear that's what his campaign is sewing in the hearts of American fear fear of Lalas, fear of socialism fear ballots fear of election results fear of the transition. So this is another attempt at voter suppression. This is another attempt at making Americans fearful of what will happen if he doesn't get. This is another attempt of driving people to some people to the votes out of fear and keeping some people from voting out of fear and it just you know it's not going to work if you see what we saw in Virginia. Where early voting started and people were lining up for blocks and blocks. If people have to walk over molten lava to get to the voting booth I, think many Americans will and the last thing I want to say. Look I fled to Talibanism I've fled communism integral walk in one, thousand, nine, hundred. where I have heard this kind of talk and where I have seen unelected elected leaders try to perpetuate themselves in power is in places like Cuba, where the Castro's have been in power for over sixty years in places like Venezuela with showers and places like Nicaragua with Ortega and with Somoza it's the tater ships that behave this way. It's dictators that behave this way, and this is what Donald Trump is trying to emulate. Yes. It's ironic. Isn't it that they're worried a lot of the people you mentioned a worried about communism but he's the one who's acting like A. Communist. Countries that you're talking about. So Sunday, how how seriously you take in this actually. I'm taking it very seriously and I think we should all take it seriously because this is a president that. says. The quiet part out loud I mean he has no nuance and so he has been challenging the notion of mail in voting from the very beginning even though he submits his ballots by mail in vote. So I think we have to take very seriously and he's been sort of poisoning the well by saying there's going to be this massive voter fraud while I think people need to understand that this has been looked at there is no such thing as massive mailing voter fraud. In fact, the Brennan Center for Justice, it's a non-partisan think tank calculated. The rate of voter fraud and elections at between zero point zero zero, zero, three percent and zero point zero zero to five percent. Okay. Zero percent. So there is no voter fraud, but he's putting it out there and he's been saying it for a long time. So I, think these are the actions of a man who knows that he is going to be outvoted I think he knows he expects to be outvoted, but he wants to hobble that count, and so we have to take him very seriously. We need to take him at his word.

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Nicaragua's Ortega threatens life sentences for opponents

America First

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Nicaragua's Ortega threatens life sentences for opponents

"President Daniel Ortega says he's proposing a legal reform to allow sentences of life in prison and threatened to use it against some government opponents, accusing them of committing hate crimes. Maximum punishment under Nicaragua's penalty penal code, currently 30 years in prison. Noriega's declaration came in a speech on the 199th anniversary of Nicaragua was independence News and

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Egg Prices Skyrocket During The Pandemic

All Things Considered

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Egg Prices Skyrocket During The Pandemic

"It egg gree GIs or just good egg economics. The price of eggs skyrocketed during the pandemic, and now some states are suing AEG companies for price gouging Stacy Vanik, Smith and Cardiff Garcia from our daily economics podcast, the indicator from Planet money, tell us exactly what's going on with egg prices. We eat a lot of eggs in this country. The average American eats almost an egg a day and during the pandemic, we really got excited about eggs. Grocery stores were ordering six times more eggs than normal and a lot of store shelves were still empty. Yes, so demand for eggs went crazy and the supply could not increase right away because there are only so many egg laying hens in the US and you know that in prison, a man will lead to a rise in prices. That is David Ortega. He is a food economist at Michigan State University, and David says it's all about supply and demand. A spike in demand, plus a fixed supply pushes up the price. And the price went way up nearly 200% in March, and now a bunch of states have responded by suing AEG companies for price gouging. Thes states included Texas, West Virginia in Minnesota, and they also included New York, where the attorney general accused egg company Hillandale Farms of taking in $4 million in revenues from overcharging people for eggs and with egg prices. Here is where things get tricky. I mean, Did eight companies commit a crime by charging more for eggs. Were they just being good free market citizens? Also challenging really happens when you purposefully set the price of a commodity, you know, significantly above the traditional price level that incorporates costs and other forces, David says. Part of the issue here is that costs went up for eight companies to labor transports. Supplies were all hard to get and often expensive in the early days of the pandemic, But did those costs go up? By three or 400%, like their prices did that is the question being hashed out in courts now, and it's kind of complicated and part of the issue. Here, of course, is the egg itself, right? I mean, if I scream prices or caviar prices or wine prices or something like that went up by 200%. It probably wouldn't be a legal issue a price gouging accusation. But the idea here is that eggs are a staple in a stable that really vulnerable people count on, especially in a crisis, and this idea that companies were profiting off of vulnerable people in time of crisis makes it seem kind of wrong, David says. It's especially tricky here because there was a time when pretty much all food prices were going up. In fact, between March and April, food prices saw their biggest jump in 46 years. But you know it's really difficult to draw the line as to what is a appropriate price response due to the shock versus what isthe sort of This type of illicit behavior that's trying to take advantage of the situation, David says. We will have to see what the courts decide about egg prices and whether it was price gouging or just, you know, faire economics or maybe unfair but legal economics. Stacy Vanek, Smith. Cardiff Garcia NPR news

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"ortega" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"ortega" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"You're listening to what cooked you. I'm Broccoli and thanks for listening on this episode. I'm happy to have back on the PODCAST. Clara Belle Ortega. Her first visit was two years ago so we had a lot of catching up to do and we cover a lot we talk about. Of course her debut go squad. We talk about the fact that that book is going to be made into a movie in the details around that how she's been dealing with debut and her work on social media around that her pocket which I hope you're listening to writer die and just to note. We recorded this back on March. Eighteenth the first week that the pandemic was.

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U.S. Sanctions Nicaragua Police Force Over 'Violent Repression'

BBC World Service

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Sanctions Nicaragua Police Force Over 'Violent Repression'

"The United States has imposed sanctions on the Nicaragua national police evacuations of human rights abuses the U. S. treasury department said a blacklisted the police save a significant acts of violence during anti government protests in twenty eighteen treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said the Nicaraguan government of president Daniel Ortega use the national police as a tool of violent oppression three senior police officers have their assets in the U. S. frozen

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This Medicine Is for the Birds

Sounds of Science

07:33 min | 2 years ago

This Medicine Is for the Birds

"All know by now that the overuse of antibiotics has led to the evolution of superbugs. That can't be treated with typical medicine through a series of global double in local programs working under the name one health many governments are looking to fight this trend in many ways. Including reducing or totally eliminating antibiotic use in animals. Unfortunately animals still get sick joining me today. Is Natasha Ortega Director of laboratory operations at Charles Rivers. Avian Site in Connecticut. She is adept at finding new ways to protect her birds from common infections and diseases. Without using antibiotics antibiotics she was the second ever guest on sounds of science and I'm glad to have her back. Welcome Natasha Hi thank you thank you for inviting me. Thanks for coming. So I'd I'd like to start by getting your impression of the one health initiative especially how it relates to your area of expertise chickens so I think the one health initiative is a great initiative. Should've it's a global one where it looks at not only people's health but also the animal health and the health of the environment and how they're all interconnected like for example take antibiotic resistant bacteria. This topic is heavily looked at under the one health and that being on it's really looking at the usage of antibiotics and specifically typically looking at the use of it in livestock and how it turned out during investigation that there is a significant amount. That's being used. And it's being used not only to treat. The animals will also in some places debuts as a growth promoter which has been banned has been banned over in the EU but other countries may be using it for that purpose and so they do administer antibiotics as well to kind of prevent diseases and so how relates to chickens is Chickens are bred to be fast growing at least here here in the US. Due to consumer demand for more natural chicken they have been switching away from using antibiotics and going towards more antibiotic free or or no antibiotics ever and their labels and so they raise these birds without any antibiotics and the whole purpose is to control on antibiotics. Used so if Animal is sick. You do apply the antibiotics and they don't fall under antibiotic free anymore. They would fall under a different category. But it's really looking at the animal health and so with the increased amount of disease that's occurring. There's an alternative that needs to be a natural tournament that needs to be Created in order for the to help out the poultry industry for that right and just to be clear. The Charles River chickens aren't used for meat. They're used for research for the vaccine growing in the eggs. Things like that. Yes so you mentioned before that there were different in pre labels. Can you explain the difference between those labels Yes so there's multiple different ways of saying it Some labels else was saved raised without antibiotics and some will say no antibiotics ever which I'm sure many of you have seen in the grocery store and you pick up a package of chicken and so it's it's it's different ways of marketing it but really it's the animal's not raised with antibiotics at all. So they're pretty much the same And versus a labeled I'll say no medically important antibiotics so that would mean antibiotics are used to treat. People would not be used and treating these animals. So that's the difference between house so last time you were on the podcast you were talking about a new product that ah you guys were developing can you give us an update on that product. Yes so just a brief background to summarize the previous podcast as we were coming out with an all natural product that can be applied in place of antibiotics. Antibodies that the birds will produce. So you expose these birds to Ah Pathogen for example and they will produce the antibodies in their serum. And as they do they transfer the antibodies to the egg yolks. And the whole purpose of that is to protect the chicks when they hatch Up to the first two weeks of its life to protect against any environmental on pathogens that cause disease for them Kinda taken that the same concept and harvesting the antibodies. Then you create this product that would be administered in the broiler industry for example Drinking water so the birds ingest the antibodies and it will bind to the bacteria of interest and prevent disease or colonization of bacteria. And when you originally on the podcast this was just an idea or something that you were testing. But now it's actually started to go into production right yes so we are actually went through few few. RND Studies and we have some great promising results. We are focusing on one disease. In particular and aquatic interruptus and so with the results that we've seen and we are pursuing suing. USDA licensor for this product. So it would be a first one for us to go through that market very cool so onto some of your own personal accomplishments. I understand that you've recently earned European pathology. Congratulations thank you. Can you tell us about the research that you did for your dissertation Yes my PhD. The work was in chicken. Parvo virus so chicken Parvo virus is not to unknown it was discovered in the nineteen eighties on kind of went little. Doormat it for a while until it starts creeping up because it causes viral into rightous. It's a similar virus to the. I know that dogs often get Parvo. And I think there's a vaccine for that right similar virus yes similar yes similar to that There's there's a difference though as well and I apologize Viral Enteric Disease Embroiled said it causes but the difference. Is this virus does not cause high mortality like for example. The Canine Parvo virus does but what it does is that has has been implicated along with other pathogens to cause fronting stunting syndrome which abbreviate as RSS and so with the name indicates is the broilers were become stunted compared to attachments. So will you look at an image of severe case of RSS. You'll see one bird will look like a chick for example while the other chicken will look like a really media like market market weight type bird. So what happens is over time as you Place more birds in the house. You'll start seeing increase in stunted growth for these birds and EH PARVO virus. It's not as easy as some other vaccines where you can grow it in cell culture to produce the vaccine or you could grow it in eggs actually requires the live bird on it. Grows it replicates in the intestines of alive bird. So that's when I thought of what is there a way that we can produce a vaccine or create create one. I should say I'm using a different method. So I used a p. ship stores expression system to express the structural proteins. There was previous publications that showed chicken Parvo virus using expression system like back low virus for example looking at the structural protein of VP. To my research focus focus on DVD. P. One gene itself which codes for all structural proteins. And so I took this and put it into a P.. Sheep historic system which is a yeast expression system was able to produce a structural protein successfully and in my PhD work. I did a immunogenetics study as well as a challenge. Study and what I was able to show was that when using the VP. One gene to express all the structural proteins. We were able to show protection and the birds so it gives us one step closer to coming out with the vaccine. That's

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"ortega" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"ortega" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"I think if you want to get to that big bad version start communicating with him or her. You really have to get to a place where you're like. I'm willing to to do the work I'm willing to you. See my own shadows and accept them and forgive myself and even at times that means ending relationships or having really tough conversations it's about redrawn boundaries. And sometimes it's taking ownership for some really terrible things that you did And I think that's the first thing I always like. You have to make that commitment and it's not just to yourself herself today. It's a commitment to your becoming who you who you can be without all the things people told you about yourself. Yeah absolutely lutely and if you in a lot of people find it so hard to to make that commitment of everybody. I've talked to that I worked with and it's interesting because I always ask him kind of the same thing who didn't commit to you as a kid who didn't put your needs i. Did you feel unheard. You know because a lot of times committing ourselves means seeing ourselves fully and showing up for our needs in a way that we'd never experienced before and that can be pretty scary So it's definitely definitely also looking back for sure and just ask yourself why. Just keep asking yourself why. Why why? Where's it coming from because nothing that we do like everything about is our personalities? Were all all programmed. Our minds are programmed and their programs along the way especially during the first seven years of our childhood when our brain is in a hypnotic state at runs mainly on Theta brainwaves. So we are absorbing everything and we form our identity based on I would say probably the first eighteen to twenty two years of of our life experience So it is just looking back and accepting net shadow self that shadow part of ourselves. You know a lot of people we talk about this in psychology. Eighty they do. What's called splitting? You know. Especially if they have a pretty hard childhood experience and they split we split into like a good self in a bad self and the good self is like what we present. Everyone it's you know how we feel like we're going to be loved and accepted. We have to be this way. Usually you see a lot of this. Perfectionism affection is higher achievers. Things like that. But there's it's completely like a half of ourselves that we totally pushed aside reject and heat and that's our shadow self and the integration of this shadow self into our kind of good self that creates balance and the sense of self love of and understanding. And then you can reach your highest self because you realize that you're a whole human being was in `perfect and that's perfect. That's exactly whoa how it's supposed to be. I love that. I think it's it's it's important work for yourself and for the people you influence. I think that's one of the things too you like especially with parents like if you if you share with them like. Here's here's the deal like. Maybe it's tough to do the work. But you're also influencing your child so they don't have haft rate they're going to have injured percent yeah they're gonNA have an easier go of it because there's probably less therapy time. I always think of that with my daughter like when I start to share things with her that were coming up at my mom's voice or tone and I was like wait a minute. This isn't I don't want you having unpack this too right so let me unpack it for you and it gave me a reason and a purpose to do some really hard work. I'm raising a human and that's a pretty important responsibilities so I need to make sure that I'm I'm I'm really conscientious of what messaging she's taken on because in my mind of course she was perfect. I like you were born perfect and I'm trying to work on the information formation. Think I'm going to do that. I'm going to do my part in all of that. Speaking of like looking back over the questions I ask everyone on on episode. I want to ask you if you were to look back at a younger version of yourself and give her some advice. How old would she be? And what would you tell her. Never Stop Dreaming. Never let other people decide how happy you should should be about. That's really profound. If you were leaving this earth heading heading onto a new adventure. Any wanted to leave behind some nuggets of wisdom. Some gold nuggets. What would they be? The pain of being unconscious is far more painful than being conscious. The work is hard but it's so much more painful to live a life that is on your terms then to take that time to heal and do that short relatively short amount of work to have a life where you feel just so spelled. I love that. I think that that's really beautiful. Because some people talk about like Oh. Ignorance is bliss and I'm like is it. That's there's a lot of pain in there. Yeah I think that's the one thing I've always shared. Is that for me. I'm like it's it's painful but the other side offers you so much plus a really great toolbox like the toolbox you get on this side until it doesn't mean life is perfect in things are easier it means you have a better toolbox and more resilience and Awareness of self anything. That's a really beautiful place to create from. Oh yes one hundred percent agree with that. I love it I want to thank you for being the on today and sharing your gold with us. If anyone wants to find you where would they go yet so I mainly hang out on instagram. I have a really beautiful community there. If you're we're in the process of self awakening and you're confused scared and don't know what's going on. There's twenty one thousand other people in my community who are doing the same thing. And they're super supportive so come. Join US you can find it at. Oem Underscore therapy underscore coaching And you'll see name I picture and yeah. I have a website too. If you're interested in one's one coaching with me help kind of walk my clients to the self awakening process. I also have A group Coach Coach Group coaching program. Excuse coming out where I boiled down kind of the entire self-awakening process and becoming your highest self Into into a twelve week course. It took so long. But it's amazing so if you guys are interested in that it's going to be launching in January on one eleven because I love my angel numbers and you can go to my website to find out more. It's www dot own therapy. COACHING DOT COM. Thank you so much for being take every all I appreciate you. Thank you so much for having yourself. Fine of course thank you so much for joining me today. I Love Gabriel's reminder to have compassion passion and to forgive ourselves on our journey. We did the best. We could with the knowledge and awareness that we had at the time of past events forgiveness and self awareness are where it's at you can find her at. WWW DOT com therapy. COACHING DOT COM on Instagram at on underscore therapy underscore coaching or in Facebook at on therapy coaching thing. As always please subscribe to this podcast leave review and don't forget to share with your friends. Don't forget we have a special VIP experience at loves viral DOT COM and a big holiday giveaway away. Details will be announced on Instagram at MS DOT Ginette Schneider and Atlanta's viral dot media until next time in the words of my grandma love each other everyday.

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"ortega" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"ortega" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Said if you can look at it from a place of I I did what I did because of what was available to me at the time I am an evolved alves human being at that point but I think once you have that perspective like I believe heavily in visualization I believe heavily visualizing visualizing the future and feeling it into existence so tell me what your relationship is with that kind of like how do we call it in what we really you want to live. Yeah so first of all absolutely the inner work for self awareness. I feel like the universe doesn't give you what you're you're asking for until you've taken stock kind of stood in your truth like spoke about And I think when you're thinking about who you want to become it starts with the real basics so we adopt our belief systems and our values and our ethics mar family their ethics and their values belief systems may no longer be the ones you really identify with breath we grow we become different. We have different life experiences that change our perception of things. And I think we're kind of stuck of many of us kind of feeling like we have to believe this and we have to like this. Has To be our moral alignment and you know like navy. It doesn't maybe you don't have to believe in this anymore. Maybe you can change your beliefs because you experience something thing that told you that it's different and it's really about getting clear about those things so I tell people right list right a list of all the things that that you value where you place your value in your life Look at all your different areas so think about what your values are around family around relationships around around self love around career Around even finances I mean all of that is really important. What are your values and then what moral moral and ethical codes? Do you WanNa live by that. Make you feel good. Does it feel good to do no harm to other people. Of course were wired for that rewired for relationships ships. Oh yeah like if you can avoid it may be live by create your ethical kind of framework and your moral framework for yourself that you wanna live by so that you feel feel. And that's where alignment happens because that's where your soul lives is in those values and those ethics morals in the real framework and foundation for who you you are. I like that because you also didn't say like sometimes we make those values and characteristics external. Right where like I want to call in a man who is all of these things wchs as opposed to saying. But what am I bringing to the table. And what do also want to embody right. So I want my future partner and I to have the values of respect and communication and all of these things and I. I like that because it's kind of like what. What embodied life do I want to lead? Not what characters characteristics six do I want this other person to have that comes into my life or my boss to have or we're also taking ownership of our part in not overall paradigm and I think that that's it's really important and I think very very wise. It's probably easier to manifest in Crete from that space than it is. Melissa of I want it to be like this. Yeah so it kind of goes back to even the yen in Young Masculine Feminine Energies. Right like were very. Our culture is very masculine energy or aunts would go go go. I want this I call him miss. You know I'm GonNa go catch US and we're very not used to sitting back in the feminine and allowing things to be called in to you And when we focused in words and we we change our energy and that shifted energy is what attracts those new kinds of people that create those relationships tips that align with your values. So you don't have to look for them. They just they will come to you but it has to be from you. You have to radiate the energy that you want to attract. I know it sounds so cliche. No I believe I believe it like when you get to a point and I've I've played with this. This has been a practice of mind nine forever. Where it's it's I know what I want but I'm not gonNA hold so tightly onto the vision? I'm going to start living the The belief the character value And then you see the people that you want to do business with her that you want in friendships start start to kind of show up in in a variety of different ways you know come to you or or create opportunities together. I think that that's it's it's so valuable and it's like you have to create the life you have to live it and you have to breathe it. You have to become the partner you want to call in. You have to become the you know the friend that you want to have an once. You're in that space of creation. Those those people start to come to you. I one hundred percent believe and all of that. Oh yeah one hundred percent. What's really funny? He is that I you know. I've read my run into this issue me too when I was doing this work. That feels fake. Feels phony because it's like well. This is not who I have been and lake. Jake you know who am I to like. Be This new person. And there's some maybe some shame around that person but it's really just about like sear around change and it's okay to just be a new person and to live in a different kind of way that calls in this new I call it an evolution of your consciousness. You know because that is you're going to surround yourself with everybody who's going to like help you keep leveling up and finding that life that means something to you because I have a near death. Experience Ends like twenty thirteen. It was a horrible car accident and I will got like two days later in the hospital and I was like I gotta change every wow It was powerful because I was like. I don't know if I'm GonNa die in an hour. If I'm going to have an aneurysm or something really bad happens I wanna make sure that every moment that I'm alive save is a pre as much I can be as president. You know. Happy and fulfilled and living in alignment as possible. I mean it's not you know. Obviously not possible at the time but you can create an environment and habits and values and things for yourself you have the power to create your entire reality. You just have to really be okay with it being uncomfortable and challenging yourself and just continuing to shell out because then you do call in all the things that you in your souls deepest core really. I really want and that's amazing. And that's I mean that's that's huge that you had this near death experience that really course correct it right of course corrected you and it caused you to look at the world differently. I've known so many people who've either lost someone or almost lost someone and it's it's caused them to view life through a different Lens where they're like this isn't this isn't it's up to grind. It's not fun to to just run after do things and feel anxious and and create worrying uncomfortable relationships because we don't WanNa do the deep work like if I if I don't know what's happening I want to. I want to step into into I F- You know and I've had this this really beautiful gift of being with a few family members right before. They were transitioning and some of the advice that they gave me because they they were very aware of the fact that they were passing was like. Don't get caught in the running. After things don't get caught in the the big things work themselves also love each other every single day get caught up in in the things that matter and the people that will be near you when you pass it caught up in living a life worth living nine and in just the the it's almost like this Ford momentum like we just get into this Ford momentum and we just keep going and we allow life and our our inaction creates decisions right just are just moving things forward and not really paying attention and living life almost kind of recklessly create creates the life that wasn't purposeful. Yeah we let we let life happen to us. We don't let you don't create it to happened for us. We not sense we really really we give up our power And that's so profound because this is exactly what I accept. Funny I tell people this all the time. I'm like you don't want to get to that place at the end.

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There Is No Competition For You To Bury

Podcast Pontifications

04:18 min | 2 years ago

There Is No Competition For You To Bury

"Welcome to podcast pontiff vacations. I am. I'm not your host Yvo Tara. I'm your host Dave Jackson from the School of podcasting sitting in the chair. While Yvo take some well deserved time off and talk about podcast competition you see so many people think about podcasting like gets radio and well. It's it's just not and let me explain why when you are on the radio at seven thirty Monday eight through Friday and your competition is also on the radio at seven thirty Monday through Friday. You can't listen to both both at the same time. That is competition but I do a show about podcasting. Yvo does a show about about podcasting. Daniel J Lewis does a show Ray Ortega there's all sorts of people we could go on and on David Hooper and then some people might say. Oh well they're your competition and I go. I don't think so because here's why listen. Listen Evil on Monday and evil is really short so you could. You could actually listen to evil on Monday and then you could listen up. I don't know me and then you can listen to Daniel on Tuesday. You could listen to Ray on Thursday. Listen to David on Friday. Your week is set and yet you're not missing out on anybody and that's why I say there is no competition in podcasting. In fact what's really weird about it. Is You know who some of my best best friends are rare. TAK- dander Jay Lewis Yvo Tara. David Hooper. I could go on and on the reason and for that is they like the same things I like. Nobody can geek out about the good old days like me and Yvo. I don't run into too. Many people pulled that have been in podcasting longer than me because I started in two thousand five Yvo is like an og. He's a two thousand four guy and that's the beauty of of it I was I have a friend of mine. Daryl Darnell runs a pro podcast solutions. It's an audio editing thing and he called me once because he knew I was in Cleveland and and said Hey. I've got this job. This company wants me to record this big interview. They have all these corporate people coming in. Cleveland can you record it for me. And I'm like. Yeah I got microphones that got mixers. I could do that. What percent of the income that I get from this? Do you want as a referral code. And he said nothing. Just keep it. Because it's making his company look really good that he can pull this off and I guess if it was a reoccurring thing that might have changed his mind but I was doing him a favor and he was doing a favor by I paying for it when people go on vacations. It's nice to reach out to one of your competition go. Hey would you like to sit in my chair. There isn't any competition in podcasting. At least not yet. Now what may change that. If a lot of money comes in the podcasting broadcasting maybe in the future that might change things a little bit but this point I think a lot of podcasters liked to serve their audience. We want to help them. We want them to to transform them from not doing something to doing something that while they're doing that would be great. We're out to serve audience and consequently were not quite so cutthroat in you know get off my love kind of people. We're all here to help each other. I hope it stays that way. We'll see but if right now you're doing a podcast and you're like my need more listeners. One way you can grow your audience is don't go over and try to squash and bury your competition. Go over and say hey I see or you've never talked about this subject on your podcast asked and I see where you talked about that subject on your podcast. I've never talked about it on mine. Why do we do a interview swap? And in some cases it doesn't have to be a swap. Maybe you just want to reach out and start that relationship.

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"ortega" Discussed on American Road Runner

American Road Runner

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ortega" Discussed on American Road Runner

"I don't need permission to do anything. My bills are paid. My Dog's Fed closer clean. Like well not for me. No I do It was it was just a new sorry But no it I just it. Just let there's there is a certain kind of freedom because at this point the boys were going to be out of the house and it was going to be starting a new life like being able to have all this time to spend with each other. I mean he was still working. You know forty hours a week and making that drive over the Ortega's and everything but it would just be more focused on us where we didn't have that time before So it was already at a point in my life where it was going to be. Something new This is not what I planned. And you know that new part was supposed to be like the next twenty years. We're GONNA do all of these things and then we're gonNA retire and do these things like well. It doesn't fucking matter so there's really there's really only so much you can plan and all I was doing is just planning my next stop so I would like look at the map you like I. I know I've got ninety miles on this with my new motor. So whatever is ninety miles from here. That's what's next. That's all I got now. I think that's an important lesson future. Everything powerless for the now Beulah. There's only so much you can do. Archana half control. I can't plan. I know draws everyone around me. Nuts like what? Are you doing this on their motorcycle around? But like you can you can plan and then if things go off track it can fluster you rats. That's why don't plan. Yeah and I'm just now learning that I mean. Learn it yourself. Well Yeah and and yeah. That's that's a lot of stuff is like even if things you know. People have been through similar experiences. You don't really know until it happens to you and that's what I was saying about like not knowing what to do if this had happened to a friend of mine or not knowing how to talk about it or I making it completely awkward by talking about it with my co workers. Like I don't know what the fuck I'm doing. I'm just trying and if it doesn't work next time I'll make sure I do different. That's you're doing your best. That's all I can ever good enough landing overnight sense. I truly believe the universe never puts us in a situation where not able handle. I think about that too is I'm the one who could handle this. I get this happened to me like if the roles reversed like I just can't even imagine some talk about it. The other day I get a lot of credit. It's my opinion. Women are stronger than men..

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Trump to deploy more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to deploy more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack

"President trump has decided to deploy additional support of hundreds of military troops to Saudi Arabia and the UAE in response to Iran's alleged attack on a Saudi oil facility state department spokesman Morgan Ortega's on the administration's decision what you're saying is for the first time in forty years there is an administration that is telling the Islamic Republic of Iran is telling that reaching No you will not behave this way and that's why we see their acting out because the maximum pressure campaign is

Is Scientology Really Just A Sham?

Truth Be Told

03:36 min | 2 years ago

Is Scientology Really Just A Sham?

 Cardinal Ortega, former archbishop of Havana, dies at 82

A Public Affair

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Cardinal Ortega, former archbishop of Havana, dies at 82

"The former archbishop of Havana cardinal high male take at has died in Cuba is the age of eighty two cardinal Ortega lead the Roman Catholic Church in Cuba for thirty five years helping to rebuild relations with the ruling Communist Party he also helped mediate the restoration of diplomatic ties between Havana and Washington and negotiated the release of prominent political

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YouTubers, influencers and big business converge at VidCon 2019

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:14 min | 3 years ago

YouTubers, influencers and big business converge at VidCon 2019

"Hey marketplace tech listeners. Marketplace has a new podcast out now called this is uncomfortable. It's a weekly show out Thursday's about life and how many messes with it. The show looks at things like what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other what happens when work is the thing that makes us cry at work and how to manage all the ways many gets in the way of our relationships shapes our identities and a lot of times defines what it means to be an adult subscribe to this is uncomfortable wherever you get your podcasts. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Evan Lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why. That's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. dot com. It's BITCON twenty nineteen. The Mecca for Youtubers influencers and there are many many fans from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in for Molly. Would masses have converged on Anaheim California for the tenth annual Vid con where Industry execs and fans they interact with their favorite influencers and of course take selfies with a giant rainbow slide barbecues glittering dream house. People vote lined up early like Valerie Ortega at seven A._M.. She says her daughter WHO's on Youtube as galaxy lunar begged to come from El Paso my daughter Dazzling Ortega is a big fan of a lot of youtubers. So she's helping to meet some important. People try to get her name out there. To <hes> Jesus Kevin Wagner live streamed from the line to Gamer platform twitch. He had thousands of dollars worth of gear strapped to his shoulder. His waist erased my main goal of doing this is a share experiences with people that maybe can't financially afford to go or if they have you know fears of planes or just have social anxiety altogether so that's why I'm trying to do most of community helped me fund this rig covering all of this for the Atlantic is Taylor Laurenz. She says instagram and Tick Tock are gaining ground on youtube among creators at the same time. Being a Youtuber is still sort of seen as a very higher status mark. If you're successful youtuber you're making a lot of money because youtube is still the only platform that offers creators direct monetization so they can run pre roll ads on their videos and get paid. You can't run pre roll ads on your instagram account or your fifteen second tick tock so it's. Harder to get money more directly. Those people have to rely on brand deals which are a little bit more volatile. What are the kinds of announcements or big things that you're going to be looking for this year? I think another interesting thing that's happening this year. BITCON is the influence of China and Chinese these companies. You have executives from Baiju ten cent. There was a big East West Forum actually held at the Mary where a bunch of ten cents executives and other Chinese executives met to figure out how they can stay claim to some of the American market and was such a big deal for the it's interesting they have this whole Morad of APPs and platforms that have reached scale in China and have hundreds of millions of users but they haven't really been able to penetrate the Western market so I think we're seeing more Chinese companies see if there are big American creators they should be working with and also what can they learn from what we have going on over here a lot of controversies these days surrounding you too. How are those things showing up here? It's funny because they're completely. Wheatley not most stories about youtube this year defined as like extremism problems with Algorithm <hes> you know leading to the proliferation of all these outright white supremacist videos getting shown teens feeds and it's funny because here there's is just none of that is very entertainment focused. It's very focused for industry professionals and brands so you have brands like chipotle lay you know Walmart coming bitcon to scout new talent and they aren't interested in the kind of Neo Nazis that are actually the trending on the platform pretty calling Taylor Lorenzo reports for the Atlantic. She says YouTube uses vid con as a space to keep pace with competitors like announcing new ways for creators to make money and now for some related links the vid con experience has already gone overseas with Vid Cons London and Australia next year it will expand to Mexico City. The Hollywood reporter quotes a bid conning. Executive says some of the top global creators have emerged from Mexico in recent years content creators will have a new way to make money announced at BITCON. The S._e._C. has qualified a new crypto currency called props. They'll allow content creators to earn Crypto for the work they do and probably usable across several APPS. You can read more about it at tech crunch and Yahoo and finally youtuber ten emotional had a rather infamous role last year with BITCON BITCON over its denying her featured Creator status that led to her skipping bitcon and announcing her own concurrent convention tennakon was not a success some have made comparisons to the disastrous fire fest well the hedge it has been unburied. Tanna is back at Bitcon this year and happily. She's got that future Creator Badge Stephanie Hughes Produces Marketplace Tech Tro is our senior producer. We had production help from Matt purdy Serb. Regather is our engineer.

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U.S. sending 1,000 more troops to Middle East amid Iran tensions

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. sending 1,000 more troops to Middle East amid Iran tensions

"You, sir. The Pentagon plans to send about one thousand more troops to the Middle East as tensions rise between the US and Ron acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan, however, did not say where the additional troops will be deployed President Trump seemed to downplay the reason tanker attacks blamed on a Ron in an interview with time magazine the president says, so far it's been very Munger. Meanwhile, State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortega's says, Iran is looking to expand its nuclear program in an effort to force the US to repeal sanctions. We continue to call on the Iranian regime, not to pain nuclear weapon to abide by their commitments to be international community. The US has accused Iran of nuclear

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US investigating possible Assad chemical attack in Syria

Sean Hannity

02:47 min | 3 years ago

US investigating possible Assad chemical attack in Syria

"Don't. In other news, the White House sees signs at the Syrian government may be using chemical weapons, including an alleged chlorine attack on Sunday in northwest Syria, the State Department said, on Tuesday, warning that Washington and its allies would respond quickly and appropriately of this were proven this from your snooze, and we're report. Unfortunately, we continue to see signs at the Assad regime may be renewing its use of chemical weapons, including an alleged chlorine attack in northwest Syria on the morning of may nineteenth. State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortega's said in a statement, we are still gathering information on this incident, but were repeat our warning that if Assad regime used use his chemical weapons, the United States and our allies will respond quickly and appropriately or take us of the alleged attack was part of a violent campaign by Syrian president of bizarre, Assads forces violating a ceasefire that had protected several million civilians in the greater ad lib area. The regime's attacks against communities in Norfolk Syria must end the statement says United States reiterates its warnings. I issued by President Trump in September of twenty eighteen that an attack against the esscalation zone would be a reckless escalation that threatens to disable its region. The Trump administration has twice bombed Syria over sods alleged use of chemical weapons in April of twenty seventeen and in April of twenty eighteen in September senior US official said there was evidence showing chemical weapons were being prepared by Syrian government forces in the last major rebel stronghold in the country. A Pentagon person in that statement said the Assad regime must not repeat the use of chemical weapons in Syria. There should be no doubt as to our determination to act strongly, and swiftly should the Assad regime uses weapons, again in the future. And the State Department statement accused Russia and Assads forces of continuing a disinformation campaign to create the false narrative that others are to blame for the chemical weapons attacks. The facts, however, are clear, the Assad regime itself has conducted almost all verified chemical weapons attacks that have taken place in Syria. Kabq lose a conclusion, the United Nations has reached over and over and over again. So we will know you're on the next day or two we will know without question, whether they did it.

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