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Pregnant Women Held in Alabama Jail for Months to 'Protect Fetus'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Pregnant Women Held in Alabama Jail for Months to 'Protect Fetus'

"Yesterday we were talking about abortion rights. This is a very disturbing story in Alabama. That's all you needed to say. That's right. Alabama. Enough said. Just say Alabama people. It's just specifically some of the people in Alabama that are causing the problem. Exactly. Apparently this woman was put in jail to protect her fetus. Because she was arrested with an unregistered gun in a small amount of pot and normally she would have been let out, but because she found out she was pregnant after she had smoked pot, they decided to incarcerate her, this is a story say what her ethnicity might be, maybe the color of her skin. Her little bit of pot and a gun. I'm just curious. I can't imagine it was a white woman. Her name is Ashley banks. That's all I can tell you. But according to attorneys, she's not the only one several pregnant women and new moms accused of exposing their fetuses to drugs have been held for weeks or months inside the Ottawa county detention center under a special bond conditions that require rehab and $10,000 cash. So they don't have that money. My point is, if this was a white woman, she would probably be free to roam. And that's my problem in this story. I don't know that what it is. I don't know the specifics, but I just think there's two systems of justice we have in this country. So it would be interesting to know who actually is. I would really like to know. I know I'm speculating, but history has proven. It's not a bad speculation by any court document show that she's already been rushed to the hospital during her incarceration because she started bleeding and was diagnosed with a sub, I can't pronounce that. She was diagnosed with a hematoma. I can pronounce that where the blood was pooling around the wall of the uterus, which doesn't sound safe for the fetus. I hope she's okay. The jail responded by letting her sleep on the bottom bunk how sweet. But two women were also assigned to sleep on that bunk, so she ended up sleeping on the floor where she was bleeding for 5 weeks.

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'Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap' With Doug Giles

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

'Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap' With Doug Giles

"I have as my guest right now, my friend, Doug, Giles, Doug, you encouraged me, just seeing you and hearing your voice. Thanks for being on. Eric, good to be with you, big dog. You're looking very dapper, man. Okay, the title of your books are sometimes they're hard to read. I'm holding the book here. It is dear Christian colon. It's a business letter. Dear Christian, you are fear is full of, I believe, the Greek word is scuba on poop. Dear Christian. Your fear is full of crap. Now, did you know that where the term crap comes from? Because people think it's like a bad word. It's not a bad word. Thomas crapper invented the flush toilet. He was an English man. He invented the flush toilet, so we would say, where are you going? I'm going to the crapper. And it's kind of taken on this weird meaning, but that's what it means. So you do not pull punches. So your book is titled dear Christian, your fear is full of crap and you have second Timothy one 7. So I don't remember offhand what a second Timothy one 7. Why is the title the title? Yeah, it's one of my favorite scriptures, Erica, especially in this day of mass delusional psychosis. It's where Paul told Timothy, who was raised by his mom and his grandmama, and he had a church in Ephesus. He's like, hey, Timothy, God didn't give you a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind. And I'm looking at the church and how they embrace like Mark McDonald said a mass delusional psychosis from 2020 to 2021 plus. I've got a buddy up in Ottawa, Canada. His family goes to church up there. They're still masking up. Eric, they're still acting like, you know, the Bubonic plague is unleashed, you know, and that we've got to cower and fears poor little Christians and stuff. And you look at the scripture, the injunction to fear, I think it's the most replete command coming off the lips of the prophets and the apostles and Christ Jesus himself. And yet Christians decided that they're going to adopt fear instead of live bold wild and free. And the only people that I see in the scripture, Eric that have fear on them, according to, again, the scripture. I hate to bring that into it. It is the wicked.

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Senators erase early deficit, beat Bruins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Senators erase early deficit, beat Bruins 3-2

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Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

"AP sports I'm John Libby I see a writer scored a game high thirty points as Oklahoma City needed overtime to beat host Portland one thirty four one thirty one that McLemore little trailblazer scores with twenty eight thunder guard should kill just Alexander will sort of the rest of the season following an ankle injury guilders Alexander's missed three of the last four games with right ankle soreness hilly village had twenty two points and Louisville held off Michigan sixty two fifty return the women's final four for the fourth time in program history the top seeded cardinals advance to face North Carolina next weekend in Minneapolis over tools was returned to St Louis the three time MVP joining the cardinals on Monday four reported one year deal Ottawa senators announcing Monday or Eugene Melnyk passed away following a short illness Milik who bought the team in two thousand three when I was on the brink of bankruptcy was sixty two I join the debate AP sports

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Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

"AP sports I'm David Schuster a lot of great performances in the NBA Monday night none greater than by Minnesota's Karl Anthony towns scored a franchise record sixty points as the Timberwolves defeated San Antonio elsewhere Trae young had forty six points in Atlanta's win over Portland and rookie Evan moblie had his high of thirty points as Cleveland defeated the clippers other winners Denver Charlotte Golden State Sacramento Toronto and Milwaukee baseball news San Diego shortstop Fernando tatis junior will be out up to three months with a broken wrist Oakland dell first baseman Matt Olson to Atlanta Cincinnati traded Jesse Winkler to Seattle and Mets pitcher Jacob to Graham says he will opt out of his contract after the upcoming season thus becoming a free agent and go off the much delayed and weather played tournament Players Championship went to Cameron Smith who shot a final round sixty six and picked up the three point six million dollar first prize and in hockey Lawson Crouse had a hat trick in Arizona's five three win over Ottawa I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Dinesh Speaks With a Real, Live Canadian Trucker

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Dinesh Speaks With a Real, Live Canadian Trucker

"Guys, I've talked off and on in the podcast about the truckers convoy and the truckers protest both in Canada and in the United States, but I haven't had someone on who actually drives a truck who's been part of all this, and can sort of give a firsthand account of it, so I'm delighted to welcome Gerard de Los Santos, he is a Canadian trucker, although originally from South America. He got his license for trucking 1993, he's been a trucker since 1995, so really over 25 years. Hey Gerard, thanks for joining me. Am I right? It looks to me like you're in your truck. Good morning, thank you for having me. The program. Yes, I am in my truck. Coming back actually from Ottawa. It's going to be it has been quite some time being there and a longer than what we thought. And just halfway back home, I will say. You said you're in Saskatchewan. Where are you making your way toward? Where are you going? I am going to saskatoon. Then amundsen, and then my way down to Calgary. Okay, terrific. Now Gerard looks like you've been in Canada a long time. You've been driving a long time, but you're originally from South America. Say a word about your background. Yes. I am from Uruguay. I came to Canada on the 89 April 89, so it's going to be April now. It's going to be 33 years that I'm here. In 95, I got my license and started driving 93. I actually got my license, started driving 95. And being doing truck you never change. Car hauling, this is my speciality, what I like to do. And do it to those, all this mandate was getting more difficult every day to deal with everything. And we decided to I decided to join the convoy and ask for freedom, basically. The only thing we were asking was freedom of choice. And to open the federal mandate to be able to cross the border to the United States.

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Convoy (MM #4003)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Convoy (MM #4003)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I'm sure by now you've heard about the truck convoy that's been rolling around the District of Columbia. The D.C. beltway basically making a circle and slowing down traffic, started on Sunday, doing it once again yesterday. And they're doing it because of COVID restrictions. The problem, most states have already loosened the COVID restrictions, so it's almost pointless. Now, this is an attack at the federal government. They want the federal government to change their COVID policies. And their COVID restrictions. But because we live in a democracy, states can overrule the federal policies. It's really all about getting publicity. It's based on the protest in Canada with the truckers slowing down Ottawa and basically making it impossible to cross over to the U.S. border. The difference, Canadian government not being a democracy can tell every province what to do or in America you can't do that. They promise to keep it safe and everyone under control. But if this is for attention, it's kind of the wrong time to do it, wouldn't you think? This protest, I'm confused.

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Convoy (MM #4003)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Convoy (MM #4003)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I'm sure by now you've heard about the truck convoy that's been rolling around the District of Columbia. The D.C. beltway basically making a circle and slowing down traffic, started on Sunday, doing it once again yesterday. And they're doing it because of COVID restrictions. The problem, most states have already loosened the COVID restrictions, so it's almost pointless. Now, this is an attack at the federal government. They want the federal government to change their COVID policies. And their COVID restrictions. But because we live in a democracy, states can overrule the federal policies. It's really all about getting publicity. It's based on the protest in Canada with the truckers slowing down Ottawa and basically making it impossible to cross over to the U.S. border. The difference, Canadian government not being a democracy can tell every province what to do or in America you can't do that. They promise to keep it safe and everyone under control. But if this is for attention, it's kind of the wrong time to do it, wouldn't you think? This protest, I'm confused.

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Convoy (MM #4003)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Convoy (MM #4003)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I'm sure by now you've heard about the truck convoy that's been rolling around the District of Columbia. The D.C. beltway basically making a circle and slowing down traffic, started on Sunday, doing it once again yesterday. And they're doing it because of COVID restrictions. The problem, most states have already loosened the COVID restrictions, so it's almost pointless. Now, this is an attack at the federal government. They want the federal government to change their COVID policies. And their COVID restrictions. But because we live in a democracy, states can overrule the federal policies. It's really all about getting publicity. It's based on the protest in Canada with the truckers slowing down Ottawa and basically making it impossible to cross over to the U.S. border. The difference, Canadian government not being a democracy can tell every province what to do or in America you can't do that. They promise to keep it safe and everyone under control. But if this is for attention, it's kind of the wrong time to do it, wouldn't you think? This protest, I'm confused.

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U.S. Truckers Convoy Does Not Want a Repeat of Ottawa

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 7 months ago

U.S. Truckers Convoy Does Not Want a Repeat of Ottawa

"This has been an incredible experience for me to talk to grassroots Americans who know that this is more than a convoy. This is a movement. And as I visited with Maureen Steele and Brian brazzo and others who've organized the various convoys that have sort of converged here in Hagerstown this weekend, I got a sense of how determined they are to form a movement. They want to call it an accountability movement, a movement where those representatives and election elected officials who vote to continue the unconstitutional emergency powers and the mandates and the lockdowns are held accountable. The voters need to hear from these politicians and the organizers know it and these grassroots Americans behind me know it as well. We saw a little bit of drama with a couple of trolls pretending to be safety officials urging them to all move out at 3 o'clock and of course that wasn't happening. That was one of Maureen Steele's big concerns as she told me. They don't want Ottawa here. They don't want to disrupt anything. They just want Americans, voices to be heard against the government overreach that we've been witnessing for the last two years with shot shock and horror. No politician should tell another American that they can not sustain their job the way they make a living because they don't want to inject a medicine in their veins or they don't want to wear a mask or they don't want to follow these incredibly overreaching draconian guidelines and that's what this movement is

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Organizers Say 'Freedom Convoy' Will Stay in Outskirts of D.C.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Organizers Say 'Freedom Convoy' Will Stay in Outskirts of D.C.

"This is sort of a ramp up to a rally at the speedway where this entire convoy continues to grow. They've merged together and they're headed eastbound and down, baby. They're going to the nation's capital. The organizers have told us they don't have any intention of going into D.C. proper. They're going to stay in the outskirts of Washington, D.C., perhaps not to have a repeat of the crisis and the chaos that happened up in Ottawa, but make no mistake about it. These truckers, these Americans, these citizens are not going to be deterred. They want their voice heard. And they want to make sure that the Democrats get a message loud and clear that his just as loud as the horn you just heard, that you can not lock us down and you can not force people to do things they don't want to do. You're not going to be able to force people to get a vaccine or wear a mask or lose your 2030 long yearlong career. It's been an overreach of epic proportions and it feels like the American people are finally

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The Brutality by Trudeau Against Patriots in Ottawa Continues

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 7 months ago

The Brutality by Trudeau Against Patriots in Ottawa Continues

"Atawa Ontario Do I go there No tourism there Do not fly through there To the extent you can determine if something is made there do not purchase it Now the brutality against the patriotic bus drivers their families people who support them continues tonight nothing has changed In fact it's only gotten worse Trudeau is a thug He is Canada's Vladimir Putin In this there is no question There's nothing liberal about the Liberal Party in Canada It's like the Democrat party in America They go under these flags under these names Self anointed nomenclatures There are Marxist operations Trudeau is a Marxist the Democrat party in this country is a Marxist entity of many sorts as are much of the media Look you got to call a spade a spade here folks This is what it is And taking down American Marxism posters from my Fox studio behind me he's not going to change a damn thing It's not going to necessarily change what I talk about So this is very important to know what we're up against

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Maureen Steele: 'People's Convoy' Does Not Intend to Replicate Canada

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Maureen Steele: 'People's Convoy' Does Not Intend to Replicate Canada

"Have a big glorious protest featuring thousands of truckers without, I don't know, blocking ambulances from getting to somebody's loved one. Or causing all kinds of problems that happen in Canada. Now, I believe strongly that I pray that we won't see the kind of police response that we've seen from those jackbooted thugs in Canada. I'd like to see a reasonable response to peaceful protest and I pray that it stays peaceful. But here's the people's convoy co organizer Maureen Steele saying that the intention is not to replicate Ottawa here in the United States. So we've taken every precaution that we can to ensure that that doesn't happen here. But watching what happens in the north and knowing that certainly doesn't happen here, they're trying to do that in other ways of getting our money attacking savings accounts and retirement accounts, all the more reasons to do this. I mean, all the more reason for America to dance together and do this protest. Do this messaging campaign because we can not have what's happening in Canada happens here. And it absolutely could, and we need to dial this back. We need to realize the great and every American needs to be on board with this. When I

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Justin Trudeau: Daily Briefings Influence Extending Emergencies Act

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 7 months ago

Justin Trudeau: Daily Briefings Influence Extending Emergencies Act

"Cut one mister producer Justin Trudeau at a press conference today Go As I said the emergencies act is not something to undertake lightly And it's something that needs to be momentary temporary and proportional That's why every single day I'm receiving briefings and we are reflecting on how much longer the emergencies act needs to be in place We don't want to keep it in place a single day longer than necessary But even though the blockades are lifted across the border openings right now even though things seem to be resolving very well in Ottawa this state of emergency is not over There are continues to be real concerns about the coming days But we will continue to evaluate every single day whether or not it is time and we are able to lift this state of emergency The soft voice with the iron fist State of emergency Laws put in place after Al-Qaeda attacked the United States Now used against truckers their families Their bank accounts their dogs

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Videos of Ottawa Police Assaulting Protestors Go Viral

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 7 months ago

Videos of Ottawa Police Assaulting Protestors Go Viral

"So the supposition that cops are going around saying, I'm one of the good ones, is flawed. But when you see the video, Sarah posted, you will see exactly what she's talking about. So let's go ahead and play it. You see a guy standing along a railing. And so he's standing there and they're going at it, sort of, and then all of a sudden, the police officer puts his hand on the guy's throat, three other cops surround him, one of them starts to choke him, and then the one above him starts hitting him in the head. I mean, it's completely uncalled for. The guy, the protester, has his mask on because you know they're going to nail him if he doesn't have his mask on. He is yelling at the police officer, but what they do to this young man would bring any other police officer up on charges. In America, certainly if that was a Black Lives Matter protester, I think those four police officers would be in jail. Certainly the guy above him that's hitting him in the head. That's not restraining him. They're not restraining him. They're just manhandling him. Now, and the other two cops, by the way, two of them are truly trying to just restrain him. The other two are manhandling him. And they are, I think, assaulting him. That's assault. And if you're watching the video along with me here on Salem news channel, you know what I mean. In fact, the cop above him that's hidden in the head rips his mascot, rips the protesters mask off his face. I mean, masks are a big deal to the crazy left into the totalitarianism. The

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Mike Gallagher's Take on the Anti-Ottawa Police Rhetoric

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Mike Gallagher's Take on the Anti-Ottawa Police Rhetoric

"I get it. I get that police officers probably went overboard in Canada. Second of all, I don't even know what their constitution says because I don't care about Canada. I care about our constitution. And finally, I totally take your point. That there were police that appeared to have gone overboard, let's deal with it. If they need to be reprimanded fine, I just don't like the anti police sentiment in a country that sees police officers getting killed in the line of duty regularly. You know what I mean? It's a little bit like comparing the Ottawa police to Nazi stormtroopers. Let's not go overboard here. Let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater and say police are all bums and we shouldn't back the blue and you're on your own. And that's the kind of stuff I saw on social media over the weekend and for me, at least it's

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Shesterkin, Rangers edge Senators 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Shesterkin, Rangers edge Senators 2-1

"Igor Shuster can make twenty nine saves and almost scored in the Rangers two one win over the senator's Chesterton blanked Ottawa after Tim students will beat him about four minutes into the game Ryan Strome tied it with a goal off a rebound three minutes later and R. Timmy Penderyn put the Rangers ahead in the second period Rangers coach Gerard the Launceston Erin came through again he's a great player just a laugh because he makes those great passes and tonight he shoots the puck embarrassed at the winning goal on the power play itself is a big part of our group she started nearly sealed the win with an empty netter in the closing moments but his shot went just wide of the goal senators netminder filled Gustafson stopped thirty one shots in his first NHL start since December seventh the Blueshirts have won four of their last five I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Police say at least 70 arrested in crackdown on Ottawa truck protest

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Police say at least 70 arrested in crackdown on Ottawa truck protest

"Streets around the Canadian parliament are quiet following a police crackdown over the weekend officers patrol the streets in the capital of Ottawa fencing surround parliament hill after three weeks of occupation by truckers and other demonstrators first protesting code restrictions and then the government interim police chief Steve bell says there's no timeline yet for when they leave the area as they keep tabs on protesters who remain we will over the next several days identify what the posture of the police services will look like to see how we maintain a presence and make sure that nobody returns to occupy our streets again bell says almost two hundred arrests were made and several vehicles including trucks towed authorities also say they use divergence the powers to seize millions in bank accounts connected to protesters audio courtesy C. T. V. I'm

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"ottawa" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"This morning, the busiest U.S. Canada border crossing is open again. Canadian police cleared protesters who had been blocking a key bridge connecting Detroit to Windsor. They were demonstrating against COVID-19 restrictions. However, protesters in trucks RVs and pickups remain in the center of the Canadian capital of Ottawa. I'm a Jacobs joins us from Montreal this morning with the latest good morning. Good morning. So Emma, how is ambassador bridge cleared? What happened? Just for some context first, the ambassador bridge carries a quarter of trade between the U.S. and Canada. It's the route a lot of food takes from the U.S. into Ontario auto parts get carted back and forth between assembly plants and Ontario and Michigan. This blockade becomes so disruptive to those automakers a number of plants canceled shifts and sent workers home. Saturday morning, large numbers of police arrive just after 8. A lot of the demonstrators in vehicles left early on, but a couple hundred people on foot, including children remained all day, then finally by Sunday morning their numbers had fallen to just a few dozen people and that was when large numbers of police moved in again to definitively clear the roadway. City of Windsor police said they made more than two dozen arrests and towed around ten vehicles, the bridge reopened yesterday evening. Windsor police chief Pamela, Mizuno said the bridge would not be closed again. Annie on lawful activity in the area will not be tolerated in officers will take the necessary action to keep the peace and traffic flowing. There will be criminal consequences for those who interfere with or interrupt traffic flow. Okay, so that's what happened in Windsor right across the bridge from Detroit. But today you're headed back to Ottawa, which is about 6 and a half hours north of there, where there are still protesters. Yeah, in Ottawa, this is the beginning of a third week of these noisy protests. A couple hundred big rigs in other vehicles have been parked downtown surrounding parliament on the weekends. They've been joined by thousands of people in the nights have been much louder. On Friday night, the demonstrators put up a stage for a concert. Residents have complained about the noise and about aggressive behavior of some demonstrators. And have expressed frustration in anger that police have not enforced the law. So are they doing anything themselves? This weekend we saw a shift, there were larger counter demonstrations by Ottawa residents, a number of people had signs and make Ottawa boring again, which the capital is sort of known for. On Sunday, a group of Ottawa residents blocked more convoy vehicles that were headed downtown, the Ottawa citizen reported this was started by a dog walking group, but hundreds of people joined over the course of the day, things became tense and those vehicles were escorted away from the crowd. At the same time, we learned the mayor agreed to meet with the demonstrators if they move vehicles away from residences and closer to government buildings. One key leader of the convoy indicated they may comply. So does that is that a sign of progress? Does that mean maybe we'll see an end to this? It's a negotiated deescalation. Yes. However, a lot of the participants in these demonstrations have said they will not go home until all public health mandates are lifted. And some seem very intent on seeing this all the way through. So it is a tense moment and it's not at all clear how this will resolve itself. Emma Jacobs in Montreal, thank you for all your reporting on this and I'm sure we'll check back with you again soon. Talk with you soon. We all have moments where our limits are tested. What I want to talk about is how we define those limits. And what it means to exceed them. I'm Jay Williams. Check out my show the limits where I talk to people who have overcome theirs and achieve the great things in business, sports and culture. Listen to the limits from NPR.

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"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"I won't do a justice here, but there does seem to be a concern that events like this may have an emboldening effect on the alt right on toxic folks who are in their element trying to, as I say, weaponize disaffection. Can it sounds like you share her concern on a certain level? Well, yes, because I think they're emboldened already based on that group of we stand proud or whatever that organizational form of police who support these things. Support the trucker protests in specifically our gains vaccine mandates and masking and everything else like that. To me tells me that the involvement comes because as Kim said earlier, these are their friends and family and partners and buddies. And they see themselves in this protest. So they're for the cops don't move. Against them. Or they give them more leeway. Police were shutting down counter protests in Ottawa. So I have a question for both of you, but first I wanted to say, I actually I can't imagine blaring my big loud 18 Wheeler horn like that for I just can't imagine putting others through that as angry as I might be. So I really suspect a lot of these guys are just abusers. There are the people it's not only men, right? Like abusive people because how do you do that? Day in and day out subject people to that kind of torture, not only that, you know, I'm on Twitter all the time. Women talking about getting harassed, walking down the street, all the racial epithets being thrown at people. Just the kind of harassment you've seen of people for simply wearing a mask and walking down the street. You know, that's abusive behavior. It's violent abuse of behavior. And I bet you there's a disproportionate number of violent abusers in here. And this is how they act. So, you know, that's a difference, I think you see such close monitoring, I think, of externally directed abuse. We can get into the kinds of dynamics that we know happen within even native activist communities and we talk a lot about that internally, but this kind of externally directed abuse. You know, at people torturing them, treating like them that harassing them, screaming epithets at them. That's just not something that characterizes. Our movements in the same way. In fact, there's a strong policing against that, I think, in order to not delegitimize the deeply legitimate political claims that are being made there. Well, this circle's back to my point about how police are like, these are volatile actors. We don't know what to do in this case, whereas Indians won't by and large blow up central Ottawa with a bunch of gas and torture people for days on it. No, I guess so maybe we've been doing it wrong. Well, that's what they always think we're gonna do. That's why they justify that kind of reaction. Oh, they're armed. They're this, are intelligence tells us they have machine guns. Our intelligence tells us they have mortar fire. Our challenges tell us they have F 18s on standby ready to it's like, I think what we're experiencing here is an incredible lack of intelligence. In both its meanings, from our police forces, because overstate indigenous weaponry and abilities and capabilities and willingness to use such things. Because it would have happened by now. And it never has. That's not due to police being on top of us and watching it. It's due to the fact that we just won't do that, or if someone did try to do that, we'd shut them down and cut them off. They'll send in the army. Yes, we will send in the freaking army, right? We guess this is a link of Sundance with a couple of guys with guns and suddenly armored vehicles are storming in there. Speaking of did you see the former attorney general of BC de sanj, who held a seat as an MP for the federal liberals, saying this is the consequence of letting these native blockades happen. It's about this. Is that what he said? Yeah. Hold on. Let me read the exact quote. February 5th, he tweets governments not dealing with indigenous rail blockades and TMX protesters with firmness invite the disgusting anti vaccine protests in Ottawa. Then he quote tweeted himself saying add fairy creek and many others to the list. The songs was also the boss of fish when the lobster war was happening in mayor machine. The minister of fisheries and oceans. And he's the one who oversaw the oppression of the migno people during that time. So that makes sense to me. That makes sounds like something he would say. So what do you two think Trudeau should do? That's his problem. I think he's playing the long game on this because actually until they try and attempt to enter parliament hill. There's really nothing he can do. This is literally the city of Ottawa's problem. Until it's not. Well, let me put this another way to you Ken, what would it take for this to hurt Trudeau? In other words, politically speaking. Politically speaking is if he started to dictate everything again. If they're accusing him of being a dictator with these vaccine mandates, which are all provincial or regional, aren't they? Except for the trucker mandate. Except for the trucker man. Which ostensibly was the cause of this, but the same man date applies in the opposite direction. I know, I know, I know, I know. And again, this is me having a hard time saying this, but Trudeau's actually correct. And that cross border mandate has to be negotiated and the same between the two federal governments. That's just the way trade works under the various agreements we have. That just has to be the thing. The second the Americans left it, Canada lifts it. But what can true to do true to really can't do anything until they storm parliament? They storm parliament. And if they attempt and it could guarantee you if they try and do that, that's when that's when. Get ugly and real. And that's when they're bringing the fake Indians to they'll all be playing Indian in there. Yeah. Because that's what they do, right? Yeah, you notice have not tried to cross that line. The protesters are as much as they scream and yell and have those. Trudeau flags flying everywhere. They are not going to do that, or do do that. They'd be extremely stupid. So it's up to it's up to premier Ford. Yeah, Ford can do something. Quebec threatened to pull all the drivers licenses. And where is Ford Ben? I haven't seen him on the news and I've been watching it nonstop. He's kind of absent, right? Oh, he's been kind of condemning it, but not really doing anything about it. He could send in Ottawa needs it. Again, I saw this kind of coordinated response in Quebec. I saw a coronary response between the serotype to come back. The city, the city police of Quebec, and the RCMP during the sum of the Americas demonstrations. Oh yeah. And they were out with their M 16s and they fired thousands of rounds of tear gas, which they fired them as projectiles too, which is illegal. They didn't care that tear gas was rolling into residential neighborhoods. They just kept shooting it. But it's funny too, right? Because, you know, it just goes to show media don't really cover police as a population as a culture because I feel like yes, there's this image that they're supposed to be neutral enforcers of the law. Clearly they're not. And you don't even need heightened situations like this to know that. And we don't know a lot about police and media don't question them too hard because they rely on them constantly for sources of stories and cooperation therewith. And I mean, journalism has to really separate itself from police in general, which would be great because then they could stop leading with bleeding all the time. That's my rent. Final thoughts? Anything you want to emphasize? All that can go first..

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"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"On. But you got to imagine if they're prepared to do that against non indigenous people. They'll be prepared to do that doubly if not triply against indigenous people the next time. No, I think we've already been at that point. Okay. You're trying to tell me they can get the policing could get worse against indigenous peoples? Are you trying to say? Fair point. Yeah. I mean, we are stuck in this hard position, though, right? Now they're asking for more I was going to say more troops more police in Ottawa, right? And basically, you know, you know there's going to be more requests for funding and upping the police force who are doing nothing anyway. So you know I feel like if we point that out too much, it is helping people argue for more policing. And we know that's definitely not to our advantage. It's a bit difficult to make these kinds of critiques, I think. I agree with that completely, but it's some point this can not be considered a peaceful civil protest anymore. This is something else. The only ones calling it peaceful are the cops, right? I think everybody else is pretty well, and maybe the supporters of these guys, yeah. All the supporters are definitely talking about how peaceful and law abiding everybody is when they're parking ten days on one spot. Not breaking the law somewhere or another. But it's funny. I find myself in the immediate intensity of things in the present. Things have been allowed to get to this point, right? But I'm still tempted to go and think about backup stream because I do think there's a lot of people who feel that the way the pandemic response was handled throughout a lot of people didn't care about the interests of people who were forced to go to work who didn't who couldn't work from home. People who work in meatpacking plants, people who work in retail. Like basically a lot of people were cast to decide by the government's pandemic response, which wanted the economy to keep going at all costs. How many of those people are in the streets of Ottawa at the moment or near coots or wherever I can't say, however, this is why I wanted to bring up or this is what I'm thinking about in terms of whether or not we could have seen this coming. Now that it's here, it becomes a whole different proposition and prospect about how to deal with it. Yeah, I mean, we're not going to know for a while, right, what the support is from people who have been workers who have been genuinely who have been harmed by the government's lack of support. I haven't read a lot of pieces on that yet, have you? I haven't and I feel like that's been a failing of coverage of this. The sort of gone to the shinier brighter aspects of it, which admittedly are pretty nasty, Nazi flags and the like. But I did see one poll that I wonder if either of you have seen it's by abacus. And again, one poll is one poll and often these are blunt questions as in they're not very detailed. They're not very granular. But from what I could tell, 22% of Canadians polled, I'd have to double check the date here because this may have been done early on in the convoy. Came out as either supporting or strongly supporting the freedom convoy. One in four Canadians would be 25%. This is 22%. Is it just me or is that actually kind of significant? Yeah, I would say that is significant at the same time. The organization that is supposed to represent truckers at the national level has condemned this convoy, and the teamsters as well. Yeah. And because they know this is longer damage and harmful. And even the conservative party, which is just recently turf their leader are split. I wouldn't say evenly split, but there are cracks between people who are trying to tie their as some pundits have been saying, hitched their wagon to this protest or tied their truck nuts to it. This protest. For the role politically, because these are their people. This is Kenny space, and he's been trying to hold off for so long. And in Alberta, I should say. We'll truly see where this plays out is going to be whatever next election we have federally. That'll tell us what that real support actually meant. And if they really did have that kind of Canadian support really. Because if it's 25% of the people and half of those respondents, I know they try and take a sample across the country. But I'd like to see what they're sampling models were like to get that kind of number. And I am sure it would change day to day or it might change dramatically if you said, do you support this specific tactic, right? Yeah. Or what do you think of when you hear about reports of people being intimidated and harassed and yelled at? And the like. Now, somewhere before I let you go, I'm sure you've seen as I have on social media images of actual indigenous people there on the hill supporting in very broad strokes, the cause of the freedom convoy, but also the use by some folk, the display and misuse and misappropriation of various paraphernalia, like drums, like sage like rattles and.

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"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"Totally unsurprising their behavior. Now, something that struck me about why the rationale given by the police as to why they didn't move in I'm paraphrasing here, but basically it had to do with the novelty of the tactics as noted nothing quite like this on this scale had ever been quite done before. And secondly, the anticipation of the response by the folks involved, I guess, pointing to the idea that these are some pretty big boys notwithstanding the presence of based on my watching my timeline on social media seeing a number of women there too. But there was a fear that this would escalate and that there were more of them than there were police and so the fear was that it would just escalate to the point of just spiraling out of control. But what does that say then that to draw on a recent example of what's sotin where they move in with like this highly weaponized super militarized response for a relatively small parcel of people like in other words they say when there are people there in sufficient numbers who are willing to push back, the cops won't go in, and I'm having trouble distinguishing that from the ethos of a bully. Frankly, bullies work like that. They move in hard with fury on a small group of people who have chosen not to fight back. Notwithstanding all the efforts to demonize them. I'm trying to figure out what messages that say and to whom. Yeah, I mean, I think that's yes, the numbers, but I think also they know they'll get away with brutalizing native people. They know they'll get away with it. They know that as Dan Roberts had said, a lot of people won't say anything, or they'll say, oh, that's too bad, but really this is a done deal. Why are these indigenous people attempting to defend what they think are their land rights? This is Canada. Rule of law, et cetera. So they think they think they'll get away with the brutality. Oh, in a way that they would not hear yourself. Yeah, that they I don't think they would get away with it in the same way here. And there is because there's more sympathy, I think, across the nation. I know that they're saying the majority of people don't support this. But what I'm also seeing on the news is even people in downtown Ottawa business owners saying, look, I have some sympathy for these for these protesters and occupiers. But they're making our lives miserable. Can't they do it in a more civil way. They're not really disagreeing with, I think, very vociferously with what their demanding. And I just don't think, again, indigenous people are more other than that, even these occupiers that are torturing them on a daily basis are not necessarily as other as indigenous people are. And it does send a message to, so, you know, 'cause you see this at indigenous activist moments, you know, severe heavy policing of people and saying no violence, no drugs, no alcohol, no guns, no weapons, right? But here you see these people just coming in, you know, with I mean, I haven't paid attention to what the weapons situation is, but carrying these big things of gasoline, my God, they could start the whole center of the city on fire. It's very dangerous, right? Yeah, and so, you know, so what do we need to do, get a bunch of indigenous people and other people of color coming in fully armed? I mean, is that what it takes, you know? Oh, you don't need to arm. You don't need to arm them, just need to. Because it was just over two years ago when The Guardian newspaper out of the United Kingdom reported about the RCMP wanted to use lethal Overwatch at wet Sweden when they were rating those lands. They wanted to have the ability to have snipers covering them as they moved in. And these people weren't armed. This is an actual foreign funded convoy. It's raising money in the United States and being fed by the huge chunk of money from the United States. How is this not an outside organization? How is this not considered a foreign intervention? And then the police stand by a totally incapable of handling the situation because they feel like they didn't know what was coming. They knew it was coming. They knew the size of what was happening. And yet they just let it happen. Well, it's funny because didn't the three of us discuss about three weeks ago, three plus weeks ago, the downfall of U.S. empire as predicted by Canadian pundits. And would I be errant in saying that this same coterie of pundits failed to see this coming? Yeah. I would say so. Oh, have they been writing on this? I don't think so. Coin, I've seen coin tweeting about it, but and he's spoken forcefully about it on at issue and stuff like that. But I think they were clearly caught off guard by this, at least in terms of the scale. I'd be curious to go back to this same group of people and say, where were you tracking and predicting what some are calling? I'm not prepared to go there yet. Canada's equivalent of America's capital riot from January 26th. I don't think it's that equivalent, but I think it's something equally dangerous and different. Because we have one board, we have two border shutdowns happening right now. When it coots Alberta and Detroit, these are major roots. And that's sort of a bridge. That's right. Yeah. And these are like international trade. This is literally the infrastructure act..

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"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

07:15 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"Shut down roads and occupied the city center for nearly a week. And what was nearly a week then has now entered its 11th day. We're recording this as of Tuesday, February 8th, 2022. And much to the dismay of locals, it seems these occupiers of Ottawa are hanging in there, according to a report, filed this morning by CTV news dot CA after a second weekend of protests and an uptick in tickets and arrests, the mayor of Ottawa declared a state of emergency on Sunday, but as of Monday evening, hundreds of trucks continue to clog streets throughout the city and organizers show no signs of packing up. So Ken, as we hinted off the top, few if any indigenous people would be shocked to see the lack of a police crackdown on these mostly non indigenous individuals. But at the same time, while I can think of indigenous lead blockades that tactically used vehicles to cordon off a road, one dramatic example might be the one mohawks put in place, leading into and out of the village of oka Quebec in 1990. You know, for the life of me, I can't think of any instance where Indians had so audaciously and brazenly tied up massive chunks of a major downtown using a couple of hundred trucks. Never mind for this extended period of time. Can you? No, not at all. I can't. Not even once. It wouldn't be allowed. It wouldn't get to this point. Right? Remember the police response when someone put up a TP on parliament hill? It's never been anything but an overwhelming response. They hypocrisy is so staggering. What is there to say? What is there to say, you know? I would laugh, but I used to live in downtown Ottawa and I know exactly where this truck is parked and everything else like that. And I know what that would be like. It'd be just horrendous. I too used to live in Ottawa and have close friends who are just very upset and anxious. It's very difficult to be in that downtown as a resident right now. Yeah. But you know, honestly, I mean, the reason I started off this way because I did try to think, well, some people might make a false equivalence between the use of blockades by indigenous peoples and this form of a blockade. There is some overlap tactically speaking. Clearly, you two think that would be a bogus comparison. Oh yeah, extremely bogus. Look, I was at my time in Ottawa as a journalist. I saw several demonstrations that occurred and most of them dealing with the occupy movement that was going on in the early 2000s. And I remember a random moving demonstration where the demonstrators started in a parliament hill. And then just started walking around downtown Ottawa. And they were like, they were clogging traffic, but they were all on foot. They were moving around. It wasn't very organized. They didn't know what to do. So at the end of it, they kind of just dispersed onto itself. And there were some incidents involving some vandalism of journalist equipment, but one police car got its window broken as far as I could tell. But the demonstrators shut down any kind of violence immediately within their ranks. And they were gone within a two hours. And that was it. But the police were very much present and aware. And what they were doing immediately was they were collecting they were collecting intelligence on everyone involved. They were walking through the middle of that protest with cameras on and in groups. So I have seen how police respond to many types of demonstrations. And I'm actually just flabbergasted at the lack of or there's just the incapability of the police to handle this. Now Kim, you indicated that you've been glued to the news of this all week at the risk of being captain obvious here. What about it has captivated you so? Well, I think the fact that I am laughing at the hypocrisy, but I also obviously feel for the people who are being tortured. By noise and lack of sleep and many of them feel that they can't leave their homes and there's children not able to sleep there. And so I do really feel because I live near the downtown Edmonton core, right? So you know, I'm not right next to the legislature here, like Ken is. But I hear it though every Saturday. I get 7 hours of it. I can't imagine two weeks of it. But, you know, thank God I don't live near the ledge and thank God I'm on the other side of downtown and they still were last Saturday. I think that might have been the first Saturday that they were really out in force they were driving up and down Jasper ave, and I'm at the east end. Honking intermittently pretty much all day from about noon until 7 at night. I can't imagine living with that full on, you know, that whole time. So I have total sympathy for people. On the other hand, it's just the hypocrisy is laughable, but I was thinking about it as I've been reading more news. Okay, the cops have they've got friends that support this. I wouldn't be surprised if a very significant proportion of the police force supports this. We know the cops are infiltrated by white supremacists and the right. They've got business contacts. I was just reading in one of these articles today that they can't get these big rigs toad because the tow trucks have a very close working relationship with the industry, right? So yes, it's hypocritical and no it's not, because they don't have good close relations with indigenous people who are protesting Canadian colonialism. But they have close relations with these sectors and these kinds of people that are doing this kind of occupation. And there are simply unwilling to and would themselves suffer negative ramifications and their work and personal lives if they come down hard on these people. And in a sense, maybe they don't have to do the same kind of intelligence because they know who they're dealing with. You know, these are familiars to them, whereas indigenous people are always the other. So, you know, in a sense, though, this is like, can I just read a tweet that I think kind of captures this, right? But this is actually this tweet isn't really directed towards the people who are sympathetic to the right. I think it is actually more probably protected towards quote unquote liberals or progressives. And it's deandra bruised head. Who I can read her bio in a sec. But the tweet is from February 6th. And it says big city, how do you say that ottawas, ottawas? I say a lot of regions, but that's just me. Okay, well, big city ottawas are experiencing the terror of rural racism across the nation. These are the same people that get away with shooting a native boy in the back of the head, and leaving a young girl's body in a river, the years of not saying anything didn't protect you. Yeah, deandra Bruce had kinda blood tribe counselor. Wow. Yep. I just gotta let that sink in. That's quite your silence will not protect you. So yeah, so we feel bad for people being tortured with this right and being subjected to this, but depending on where you stand, this is totally expected. You know, this is totally.

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"With us right now for a firsthand report from our Friends to the north from Canada Ezra Levant from the wonderful rebel news they do a great job Ezra welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks very much for having me appreciate it. I've been a big fan of yours. You do wonderful job covering all the insanity that's happening in Canada. What's the latest? I'm being told that there are police being deployed to try to break up the truckers what's going on in the ground in Ottawa. Well, starting just before midnight last night, hundreds of riot police, many with large weapons in their hands, started going around Ottawa, seizing diesel fuel, little Jerry cans of diesel fuel. They made arrests and handed out hundreds of tickets to. Now, diesel fuel is not illegal. In fact, it is perfectly legal. And in Ottawa, it's very cold. So these truckers who are sleeping in their cabs or their trucks, they need the diesel fuel to run their trucks to stay warm to stay alive, really. So without a court order without a search warrant, these police at gunpoint literally started collecting hundreds of Jerry cans to freeze out or even starve out the protesters. I say again, there has been no court order. There is no lawsuit. There is no sentence. This is not an unlawful protest. There may be the odd parking violation fine. So as you would ticket, if there's some honking of horns, if there's a noise by law issue a ticket. But to seize gasoline, diesel fuel. Is just what is that other than theft? I'm sorry. If the police force takes something without color of right, that's theft, but that's life under an authoritarian regime. And I hate to say it because I love Canada, born and raised here. But we're becoming more and more like a banana republic under the hands of Justin

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"ottawa" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So finally we're seeing a massive revolt against the censorship obsessed left Three states attorneys general Florida Louisiana and West Virginia Are having none of this little action go fund me too She hear about this So this freedom convoy up in Ottawa fighting for bodily freedom liberty body sovereignty principles we should all care about but the left doesn't care about at all They think your body's their body They pressured GoFundMe in conjunction with the Ottawa police department which I can't believe Again I'm just stunned this happened You don't believe me the Ottawa police department on their verified Twitter account Thanked GoFundMe for quote listening to our concerns as a city and a police service and withholding funds from these quote unlawful demonstrations Unlawful notice they don't mention what the unlawful component is What's unlawful about the peace peaceable right to assembly What's unlawful about it Well you know it's Canada but you get the point First Amendment doesn't apply but it's Canada They're allowed to assemble They didn't do anything wrong What's wrong with it What's unlovely you citing what Canadian law they broke What law did they break So these three Republican attorneys general people donated money to go fund me Upwards of $10 million Go find me and said oh you know what We're not going to give that money to the truckers We're going to give it to charities of our choice Oh you are Now they've since rescinded that and said we're going to return the money to the donors So these attorneys general in these states I'm wondering when more are going to join are like really you want to mess around and find out go find me so Now you're about to find out Are these deceptive practices Was this a scheme Is this fraud I don't know but I'm guessing that's what those attorneys general look into And for you know those people out there who are wondering you know should we be wasting time on the wasting time on what Why is it wasting time exactly Fighting for things like you know body sovereignty freedom liberty our constitution down here And fighting against the big tech government symbiote that now openly collude to attack foundational rights big R God given rights Yeah yeah that's not a waste of time It's probably the best use of time I could possibly imagine All right here's what I got on the other side of the break I want to fit these two stories in before we get out of here It's important There is a Republicans pound story that's reappeared There's something shady about those jobs numbers and also we're going to do a principles check on the left are redistricting because they were awfully.

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Thirty eight you vill drive in orleans kennedy our guest today and Former nfl of course cfl receiver back in the day and broadcasters since and when you look at the red blacks last couple of years can like should we work. Are you worried about the team in a big picture way. We've been talking about the micro side of things in a microwave overall. You think about the losing stretch at home the losses financially due to co bid tenants down and it seems to rain on every game that seems like so for a team to be successful. They need to be fashionable. And it feels like right now. That's changed a lot that that's taken a big hit. Are you concerned about the future of the cfl in ottawa save. You couldn't be more accurate. The red lecture very fashionable when they came into the league. And everybody's going to games and if you went to a game you probably noticed that half the people are watching a game and the other half. Were enjoying the party right. is leeann so winning wasn't as important. But then you think okay the win this time. Okay okay can't it. Didn't but they got to win this time. I think people got after while a little tired when it wasn't cool to go to a game. Because tim kept losing and the fan base at one to watch. Football wasn't getting that the franchise in the grand scheme of things. No but i think this team really needs a great op season and i think soda hamilton. Elkton any other team. That's that struggled. Sure i think. Ottawa definitely needs a great offseason where they figured out okay. They're coordinator the add some pieces in terms of players Earlier this week they signed to bonday deaden. Great move surprise that he signed. Because i would have thought that he would try to. Nfl water spot. They must have gained some money. The also signed punter. Richie leo which is a great move a lease league punting critical player for them especially for our team that struggling when he can he can change bill position real quick with a cat with a plot so great to really solid signings in it it almost restore some faith in the direction of the team Watching our nation on facebook and the fan response their happiness yet a simple signing of a guy who's a game-breaker and a punter. That's how desperate the fan base for some great city right so so jimmy. If you ever think.

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Three or four more coaches who are on the block before the draft and who might get fired and there might be a few more who are available out there so interesting. i don't jungle. I put a lot of faith in ronnie francis. He ran a very good ship. Obviously carolina and i think this wonderful challenge that he faces with the the crack and He's gonna be able to meet but again starts off with this signing as a little bit odd to me to go you know they obviously want to have somebody who's gonna help them compete right away because this just an expansion teams aren't what they used to be there now now. It looks like they're gonna be good right away. And i don't know. Do you think. Ron francis will have the same kind of success in seattle. That george mcphee had before in vegas. I don't i think teams around ron Learned their lesson in a in a bad negative way. That vegas certainly took full. Advantage of the terms of the side deals that took place Leading up to the expansion draft and players who were exposed. That were were made available to vegas that we're actually taken by vegas. Should've had no business being made available. But because of these side deals they were made available and it was an instant Instant success story for vegas and you're right. The expansion rule changes changed in vegas and seattle. Concertedly thanked the ottawa. Senators for that because the expansion draft of when the ottawa senators were were drafting in their expansion. Draft was an absolute joke. Yeah and look what i got. I mean no success whatsoever through the first four years of their existence. So when you're able to go to the cup final in a change to almost immediately afterwards because look at flora. Eighteen months to the scene. They were given the opportunity to draft quality expansion. Draft quality goaltenders The backbone of every team auto. I didn't have that chance. So i think seattle will be good. I think seattle will be competitive but at the same time. They don't have much of a resume behind the bench. Do know sarah okay. We're gonna take time out of the program when we come back. We'll have final thoughts with the great gordon wilson. After these words do find shopping around for insurance time.

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"And i think he's gonna be so underwhelmed by the skaters that are available is the sense of a nice job of framing things so that they're not going to have to give up anything particularly valuable from skater perspective. They might just go ahead. And say i don't like any of that. Go over and take one of these young goalies in gustafsen guys got crazy. Stats and gus. Gus simpson's available. I am sort of putting it out there. That just almost from a default position. If you're ron francis you might go ahead and take a flyer on him. Because he's so underwhelmed by all the skaters that are exposed in ottawa. Okay so here's the question steve. Your peer doria. Are you gonna look into maybe making trade of With with seattle. Send them something else to say. Please don't take a goaltender but take ryan to single or christine instead. Yeah i don't think. I wanna do that and And certainly peer dory on doesn't want to go down that road either correct. He was asked about that as we continue to dissect dorian about whether you you know. What do you think's going to happen with seattle in such. What's your question before we get to that. Though i think that i would i would expose either decor or marie. Take your pick gust of sin is the one guy that i do not wanna lose between the pipes in this whole process. That's the one. That's the one name that i do not want to see. Come off the roster and dory on can easily make that happen but he's certainly not worried about it He sounds like a guy. Who's just gonna kinda resigned to the fact. We're all going to lose a good player. We're all gonna lose a a decent asset and And they're not going to go and make these side deals to try. It was interesting to hear him say Y lose to players when you're only required by rules to only news one yata. Why should i trade. Somebody and lou somebody instead of just losing one which is probably better than long run. Just lose one goal elliott if if if the las vegas situation expansion draft Proves anything it's that. Some of these teams really screwed themselves. I look at the the florida. Panthers really screwed themselves in expansion draft. The pre-draft wranglings deals and all that sort of crap. So yeah you. You leave a matt marie and his contract exposed and you assume that seattle's not gonna take him and if they do you you turn to page and you move on. Yeah yeah that was When you think about that what was that deal..

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"I feel like i get my own way by overthinking things and You know. I'm just kind of let my instincts take over and Offense i'm laughing. Because the best streak i had was in the play offs and i had thirteen goals in eighteen games. For some reason. I started eating a kit kat bar and a half before each game so i had to go by to kit kat bars so i could eat half of the other one. How is that we. I mean what you think of. It is ridiculous. But i mean you know what it's like you when you einstein networks you just try to create that that feeling mentally because i it's such a mental game now you mentioned dj before dj smith your head coach and we know him as a funny and loud then know. I'm sure he's not the same as the coach. What what is he like when he say he wants to get you going. What is he like as he has that. Chat with you I think he's i think he's different with every guy depending on the type of person but for me. I think he realizes that. I'm i could be hard of myself almost time at times too hard. And so you know he. He tried it. He was just been getting me almost just relaxing. And like i said just kinda trust my instincts of there and You know like. I said i can get my own way over thinking things and so it's been nice to to grow some confidence and try to ball it up your twenty seven. Now you're on a team with a bunch of twenty year olds like do you feel old yet do you. You look at these guys and go man. I remember that. Yeah i feel. Like i came out of quarantine a little before and i feel all the teams getting younger. I'm getting older But you know it's i mean It's contagious how much all these young kids love of coming to the rink and Love making plays and so. It's it's been fun. I think. Our group You know actually we all. We haven't new hit we want. We want against the jets there but before that we had a bunch of games against edmonton toronto that we let slip but played really well Not kinda clogging it up at and You know but really making plays with them and gone check for tacking and breaking the puck. Oh well so. We have a lot of encouraging signs and got a lot of good players. And you know it's just about bill and confidence in that room and and More guys you'll be feeling good about themselves. I think will be a a real tough team for underneath night. Well obviously you know the identity of the ottawa. Senators is your competitiveness super competitive team an incredibly important staple of any club success in the national hockey league. But as you've just talked about here..

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Now joe thornton got one point or this in the last twenty games. Joe thornton got one point. Wayne simmons has got three and Piang goal has got four. So that's half of your bottom six. That's never on the board never and then moving guys in and out like we saw nic robertson. Scott saverin played a game. And i think they're trying to get a feel for okay. What could or lineup lookalike. And then guys. I know geyser because i've been on teams like this. You're looking for the new guy to come in and start playing well. They got to wait for netflix. And then they gotta wait for william mainlander so the guys are looking for something. That's not there we'll and then you get sloppy and then you scramble and then all of a sudden you're goalie spring some leaks and i mean it looked jack. Campbell was not gonna stop the puck ninety five percent of the time right otherwise he was the best goalie in nhl history and so now stopping it at a boat idiot and a half percent which is a little low for him. But you've got some issues. And so i would say in the next week or ten days. You'd like to see the lineup. At least stabilize to a certain point and that includes matthews who sat out last game wall. All right when you look at the goaltending ill. There's been so much. Fanfare around jack campbell. Deservedly so many sets a franchise record in wins all dot to use your word leaky Against the winnipeg jets in the first period Play goal goes off his glove. Maybe he was spooked call. Connor shoots in a similar spot. Beats him clean enough concerned that you look david rettig and you go who they may depending on what happens with freddie anderson david rettig all all of a sudden becomes a real big piece. And i'll let you answer that but think about this too. i. I like the story of jack campbell. There's not much not to like but the history of jack accountable and like you. I like being around super positive people. And he is that and then some but in this market in a canadian market in general there can be too much of that right because you amplify the highs but the amplify the lows. You know money against montreal. He comes out and says. I was embarrassed by my effort. Like it's too much of one thing and then lays an egg against the jets in in the first period of thursday's game like i if i'm doing toronto. Pr i'm probably keeping him away from zoom media availabilities for a little bit. Just let things settle down. Okay so couple of things one. I think whether we're concerned about the goaltending or not. The leafs are because they traded a third round. Pick right for essentially a backup goalie right. The uncertainty over anderson's health been very protective of jack campbell's health as well. I think i think it is a concern because there just is uncertainty as for campbell..

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"That's the next step in our process with infinity. absolutely it is now Ten ago. Cami and i dropped down to the local dealership. We we gotta look at it. We took the q x eighty out for a test drive. It is everything that you talked about. It is beautiful and then there was this one stretch. We're at a little bit of room. A little bit of runway. And i gave it a little punch and it goes loved. It loved the can't wait. Check about at infinity dot ca. We've got corner brown of the ottawa. Senators coming up. We recorded our interview with connor. Going into wednesday's game when he had that eight-game goals streak going so we'll talk to him about that he's such a good character. A good guy isn't he. He is but wasn't it predictable. I mean we get a hold of him at these games in the bag. And you know what's coming in game nine. We got a point though right. So it's point straight continuous. But when you're on a goal streak you're like the only thing that matters. I got it so gone brown joining shortly. We'll check in with. Cool bed. Chris as we look back on the masters i. I enjoyed the masters. I would have been nicer as we'll discuss with chris. If it had been more sort of on the edge of your seat stuff on sunday what dregs. Mid second or mid third round leaderboard was gummed up between like eight under and four under and they had two pages a guys jammed in there. That's when i like it when you can't even really keep track. Somebody makes a bogey. Somebody makes a birdie and they just shoot up the less. that's one. I think those tournaments are the best. But i loved the master's alum it. It just loses glass. Doesn't it just uses glass. I mean if all the way until the when we found out that duffy played there. And were sean cameron our buddy and in fact puffy was there obviously dot. They wasn't and i think this was poppies. First year going back into the pool. And i and i i think i would know. He would have told me to call the loading that he's played again. I don't even know if they did it this year because of covid nineteen. But i think it's been four or five years since puffy played it so you go back into the media pool to play again. That's just all kinds of wrong offering would get there before. I mean you just picture puff getting at the top of one of those hills and rolling down the hill just to get a sense of connection to the place with how many bottles of booze just piling.

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"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"ottawa" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Coming up today sends color analyst. Gordie wilson will join us. Canada falls in the world junior final butts and pretty thick silver linings for ottawa. senators fans. We'll talk about that by the way some shouts before we get started for our good members. Want to thank matthews adra. Mike federally owen. And morgan will anderson and j manet. Thanks everybody for being members if you'd like to be a member. Check us out. At steve w project dot com without further delay james. How're things like v. gordon wilson. The the the gordy. I know woody. Woody wilson no. Yeah i love what he he was my first girlfriend. Okay well gord gordon. Can i their yard gordon gordon. How are you buddy. Good thank you yes. Jerry knows secrets a newer. I'll tell you. I'll tell you about gordon. I love gordon into it already. We're right into it man. I used to gorgeous to let me hug him and stuff like that and he was. He was a fantastic. I used to lick the back of his neck and stuff after doing the show when he would come in at a remember that you're bringing back memories here and but i'll tell you what gordon when i i did started doing the radio show. It was. that's where i met you at. I guess it was oh. Sr ottawa sports radio. One al davis was was the program director and i was brand new. You know and the and the first show i did. Al invited me. And i i was. I was mc a roast for brian kilrea. And that's how i met alley came up to me after it was a riot that night and he said jeez. You gotta jump on the radio you know. You're one of my buddies. Kept bugging me on. Then he met and walk by went onto the radio on the so went in the very first morning i forget who the guy was but.

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"ottawa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ottawa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Against Ottawa tomorrow nuggets host the spurs tonight Denver coming off the roadway in over the Suns on Saturday night chance for the home fans to see the new look nuggets after the trades before the deadline guard Jamal Murray understands the business but he was still a little bomb to see Molly Beasley had to Minnesota in one of those trades Murray knows Beasley will help the timber will bring that same energy nice guy loves formulas game basketball on how we're keeping up a half time for the game your watching lalate so I did a great job and it's good to see him now have the opportunity and take advantage now gets and spurs tip at seven tonight guard Darren Collison staying retired he thought about coming back he did have interest from the Lakers and clippers women's basketball see you falls that Washington sixty one to fifty two Broncos in the NFL getting ready for the off season scouting combine into the month free agency starts in mid March the Broncos new offense of coordinator Pat Shurmur is learning his guys including quarterback drew lock Schirmer told it that K. away Broncos insider branding Crist all that locks got a lot of good quality scores in sudden comes to mind there there are a lot of really young good young players and their some veteran players here too that you know are probably worth mentioning but as I get to know them more you know it'll come into clearer focus for me but based on what I've heard there's a lot of really really good players to work with yeah not just drew locked sure we're getting ready to go to work you can hear Brandon's interview with coach in its entirety on the Broncos daily podcast link to the Broncos pager KO a Colorado dot com man in college football see you fans breathing a sigh of relief over the weekend head coach Mel Tucker tweeted he is committed to building the C. U. program Michigan stated shown an interest in interviewing coach Tucker for its vacant head coaching position that is sports okay away the home of the Broncos Boston Rockies right now on Colorado's morning news the Colorado department transportation wants people to use common sense today wall on the roads make sure you wear your seat belt.

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"ottawa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"ottawa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Only to Ottawa in the NHL rating point the rates at its center speed across the blue line nearly walk run went home watched the hero but heaven follows up and knocked down a clearing attempt from Henrik stamp of tricycle could drop shoot state gets it got over in time to fight that one off with this bloody smothered one twenty six what the grand minor thirteen oh five left in the second trip to the store yeah bring point nearly maybe got a trip report on that one ever you get a lot of speed there just kind of looked over the stick I think of a doctor's appointment but could play there from Kucherov right away tries to get the puck over across the same post everyone follows them closely that right back into trouble the good lane to the mat I say by Gibson it's often point to the left Gibson Mrs one by the docks Manson bind it check Michael Warren nicely done drop will steal it and rattle it back to had been right point white circle could drop back for Hedman centerpoint office stick it's these in the zone had been a report by that to court the one under pressure very aggressive PK for the doctors to drop right corner by the court Baltistan because love circle centerpoint had been right so could drop in front for point Dr Hedman centerpoint right server Kucherov record a corn bag for could drive right circle hi flight had been right circle could drop within a one timer who drop right circle police what the white lab or even a stamp a slow circle centerpoint had been quite server could drop I drop pass went between headband and stamp goes and bounces out of his own forty one seconds left in the family quick counter head medical dropped across the blood right point let's circle stamp go centerpoint circuits at once a stamp goes across a past all my power conducts shorthanded get slapped the center one concert what vehicle shot bought out by the US lefty as the first shot for either team during this lighting power play lightning not getting pucks to the net your stamp goes out toward center ice dropping it for had been with eighteen seconds left in the family I'm gonna leave it for circuit yeah the lightning are gonna get a change here but only ten seconds are left on the power play kill searcher right thirty two satin Kirk G. incident maroon pursues them before check check good brands in the near corner the penalty is now off later if want to give the power play maroon wins it reporter John Kerr past mine the ducks net blocked by good Branson can clear this yes the center right search of wait for their little feet up the middle comes to plot office stick get that again and looks to emerge with it for more room paneling golf today to to the score in the second good Branson hammers up the floorboards Adam Henrique and Rico floated in the lightning and at what point is not coming back to Jones cannot find a lighting that gonna pinball Shattenkirk in the far corner will pass knocked down by Ricardo accountable to divert circle right point Larsen find that Max Jones I was delighted at the infield check by Shattenkirk probably do an interception for Ryan McDonagh to to our scorn the second McDonough up the middle maroon deflected in on Gibson I forgot that early save Gibson made on the power play could drop to each team at a shot during the lighting power quite large in the center ice buyers in by the lightning Ned nose bouncing survival of Felix to cover it and get it was ten thirty eight left in the second to do the score like being maybe a little guilty of over passing that first power play unit in particular good what movement for sure but I think when they had their opportunity to maybe put that one on that they made the extra play in a couple of turnovers unfortunately they weren't able to be as dangerous it getting parts room to that is they would like to be as compared to that second power play from the kings game where you counted day they had almost eleven times or something near that before samples ultimately scored the goal shortly after it expired Stephens wins the dis own face off from Troy Terry many gets a feed from a gun at sunrise before today and on the forecheck is Yanni cord going to win it from Sam Steele the bolted for Larson that you're going to take for some a little outlet block.

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"ottawa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ottawa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ottawa south to north that's my mess Kelly says I want to go to this it's a lot plus I think we could I have this love plaza nickel tour in our tends to get it because when I see these people go out that that's right there it's basically bile their street right downtown that is a really cool it's basically all the tequilas you get the bill of the guilty theater forty seven okay for Jose Jose that's right oh my god I think it will turn out that's right Jose Jose can you say it again rob. also hosting also because if I can't even see my middle name correctly what's your mailing gear. yes this is close this call is very good why do you. my after my grandfather actually you have to live a full. no half of my mother's from your mom it really yeah we learn something new. rob is a lot of you know. all right well you guys are amazing thank you so much producer Sam Hector are incredible Chile and now. your honor Chilean you're well I know that the new one throws you off is what it is but let's because each other the Jesus Christ I was next and we will see you and that remember also housing Sunday morning with Elizabeth has been as a KFI am six forty. well this is the. almost. yeah well. the OS T. H. T. T.. Orange County live. on the I heart radio. not endorsed by the LAPD I'm Russi Rivera live from the KFI twenty four hour news room. we've seen LAPD advertisements for the department didn't intend the LAPD has launched an investigation as to how their Google recruitment advertisements popped up on Breitbart chief Michael.

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