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Garland States Domestic Terrorism Is 'Still With Us'
"26 years ago Today, 168 people were killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Government Building in Oklahoma City in a domestic terrorism act. U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland led the prosecution of Timothy McVeigh, who was convicted in that attack. During a remembrance ceremony today, Garland said domestic terrorism remains a real threat. Although many years have passed. The terror perpetrated by people like Timothy McVeigh is still with us. Darling says the Department of Justice is pouring all its resource is into stopping domestic violent
"p murrah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Lunch bucket Joe they're reopening the child torture centers for illegal alien kids. Have you see this? And it's going to be bigger than ever because they're gonna be more kids than ever. But the news media is going to say that they're doing a great job. Unlike Trump, where the numbers were reduced by 80% that that was that was making it worse, reducing the numbers by 80%. Now, Joe Biden is going to make it better by increasing numbers by 160% or 1000% or something. And they have these child detention centers, and they they it's amazing that the news media already loves them. The cages for the kids doubtless built by, But Biden donors are now being praised because they're wonderful, and they have pictures of animals and the Children. Like that, because the turns out that the nice center that they're praising was built during the trump days. Also, just yesterday, the State Department you probably didn't see this that the State Department yesterday the Biden administration is taking credit. For the pressure that has been placed on Russia and Germany over the gas that oil pipeline coming out of Russia going to Germany so that Germany on NATO ally becomes more dependent on Putin's Russia for their energy. Which Putin has already demonstrated. He's willing to, you know, Withdraw the energy. Pull the plug on the energy. If you're having a political dispute, not a good strategy for Germany going forward, President Trump recognized that President Trump took moves made moves to put the kibosh on the Russia to Germany pipeline, and now that it's you know the well that Biden State Department yesterday came out and tried to take credit for that, because anything good that happened during the Trump administration they're going to try to take credit for On bats just that That was because they're weasels and really nothing bad happened except for the Democrats riding and burning and looting our cities. I don't think the Democrats are gonna take credit for that. We got this big bailout bill going with what we have, like $350 billion in there to bail out crooked Democrats from California, Illinois to New York 300 Square that used to be not so long ago. That was the Defense Department budget. Now we throw that around like it's loose change out of the bottom of your pocket. And I said, no big deal. America, Garland and Boy This guy came off like a dunce yesterday like a dum dum. He was in the mist of his confirmation hearing in the Senate, and this whole thing is such a farce Boy that I tell you, and he got everything wrong. I mean, he just He's going to pursue terrorists on these terrible white supremacists and the KKK and Oklahoma City and 1995, Oklahoma City, the Murrah building terrorist attack, And that is his analogy for what happened on Capitol Hill. On January 6th. I don't think any. Did any Republican senators ask him they don't tend to ask the right questions. Generally speaking, did any of the Republican senators ask him about the three day siege that had been laid to the White House and the torching of ST John's historic church and the injuring of more than 100 police officer and and the first family being evacuated? It was that might be more analogous to what happened at the Capitol on January. 6 is part of the currents, not 1995. And it was attacked by a violent mob on a government building. That just happened, you know, months before that capital riot And it was just one of hundreds of riots that the Democrat Party launched across the country, and I wonder if he considers that terrorism because he considered what happened on Capitol Hill terrorism. He also seemed to think that if you attack a federal courthouse that night, as Democrats did out West with Portland again and again for days, stacking looting, plundering. On Dhere seems to think that if it's at night, it's not so bad. So, you know, violent Republican mobs which don't exist except for one day in our history. Make note of that, because at night it's this guy Can I got to tell you he was going to be a Supreme Court justice? He came off like a dummy. Yesterday, He came off like a like a numbskull dimwit. Ah and any and he didn't know what to say about everything. He evaded all kinds of things. Naturally, it's what they do. We got lots of that stuff. And Argentina got a little piece of Argentina for you today to, um and Joe Biden his Neera Tanden because of her crazy Twitter account. Neera Tanden, who is also going through the confirmation process. It looks like she may not make it because of crazy stuff that, she said on the Twitter. Now And then we got the head of the the Joe Biden's pick to be the head of the civil rights division at the Justice Department, and she has said Crazy racist stuff when she was at Harvard, naturally. On and and that came up yesterday. And Merrick Garland Dodge that question, of course, because you know, black Racists. They're they're okay. It's just white races that are a problem because of all the white race, his racist these stuff, you know, but black racism is okay. Um Black superiority is okay. White superior. What do we call it? Supremacy? Sorry. Black supremacy is okay. White supremacy is bad. See how you got to understand how this works in today's world, The Democrats have made the rules. They seem a little funny. Sometimes I know. And Anthony Fauci What did he say then? And what's he's.
"p murrah" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I also think That those who oppose not just the far right, but those who oppose the right. Those who oppose conservatives. Those who oppose the Republican Party are trying to frankly exaggerate the numbers of extremists on the far right. In order to justify, um domestic crackdowns that will be politically self serving for those on the left. So, for example, if you want to learn if you want to hear about two and on which is a very wacky and dangerous and crazy and extreme element of the right, even the far right If you want to hear about them, don't go to right leaning media, You know, don't go to Fox News, for example, go to media that's more sympathetic to the left. Go to CNN Go to MSNBC. They are constantly running stories about que non Why? Because it's a way to, um, show that those on the right are crazy and that they're dangerous and that they should be marginalized and that that the government should act against them. So where is those on the right might have a bias for, um minimizing The numbers on the far far right. Those on the left have an interest in exaggerating it. And viewers need toe. Understand that, um, you know, I know a lot of people and I don't believe that I know anybody. Well, um, who supports Cuban on You know, they don't believe in like pizza parlor conspiracy theories that the end of times and that, um, you know that Trump was going to overturn of Kobol of pedophiles, but if you tune into CNN and MSNBC, you might get the impression that that's actually a very mainstream view on the right. But ask yourself how many people on the right do you know who hold those views? You have written that terrorists thrive on grievances and that grievance reduction can be a tactic in counterterrorism. How would it work with a Zweig spread ideologies as you've just described of people who have grievances well In the immediate aftermath of the January 6th attack on the Capitol. You heard a lot of terrorism commentators say that this attack was going to have a big recruitment effect off the far right. And that they looked at the far right regards this as a big success and what the government must therefore do is crack down. On the right. And yet I have a different understanding of the far right and its relationship to grievances. If you look back to the most important in notorious and evil person on the far right who used political violence in the United States, Timothy McVeigh He committed the attack on the offered P Murat building in the mid 1990 90 95 because he was trying to avenge essentially government crackdowns against the right. He explicitly cited the historical episodes of Waco and Ruby Ridge, which is very, very common on The right and so was actually government abuses off the right, which seems to have inspired him to kill 168 people in Oklahoma City, And actually again, the commentary was wrong because in the immediate aftermath of that attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Building support for the far right Particularly militia groups, Patriot groups, the kinds of groups that that McVeigh mingled in support for those groups went down. Their membership actually went down. Um, and so we need to understand that very often, Political violence can be counterproductive. Very often. It erodes their own supporters. And what we need to worry about for counterterrorism purposes is actually government overreach. And so a possible grievance, which is emerging is that the government is going to overreact to January 6 and that not the attack by the writers or the terrorists, whatever you want to call it themselves, But actually, the government response is what's going to grow the membership size. We are in the process of creating mortgage grievances on the right, which is God, which is on Lee. Gonna increase. Um, you know, support for them. We have about five minutes left with you. I'd like to follow up on your comment about the inappropriateness of deep platform ng on social media. Why is that? Not effective? Well, the way a lot of people think about this is they look at political parties, which may be very extreme. Or they look at militant groups, which may be very extreme. And they think to themselves well, those at the very top of the political party or the militant group. They must be extra extreme. They must be extra bad. And so if only we can get rid of them. Then that is going to have a moderating effect on the political party or the militant group. Um, I saw some commentators directly explicitly make this analogy that deep platform ng Donald Trump, for example, from Twitter would be akin to removing the leader of a terrorist group, which presumably will have a moderating effect on the right in America. Car just as it has a moderating effect on terrorist groups. The problem with that is that my research looks exactly at this issue in terms of when we take out the leader of a militant group. What is the effect on that group in terms of its levels of extremists? And what my research shows is that? Perhaps counterintuitively in the immediate aftermath of a successful what we call leadership decapitation. You know the removal the leader, whether it's arresting him or killing him, or presumably, even deep platform ng him. The group tends to become more extreme, and by extreme I want to be clear about how I operationalized. This study empirically. What I'm able to demonstrate is that the group is Maura. Likely within the oh the weeks after the leadership is taken out of the group is more likely to commit terrorism to attack lethal e civilian targets. In the reason why is because? And this may surprise people. The leaders of these extreme groups often tend to be more moderate than their replacements. You know, we do similar things in foreign policy to where we look at governments, which seem evil and often times they are And then we're so interested in removing them that we don't stop to consider. Well, who exactly you know will be the replacement because possibly and often, you know very often..
Washington Wizards NBA Draft
"Washington wizards on the board take denny at nine. Been rumored to be the On yucca kong. Woo landing spot. The hawks take him away. They also get cassius winston The point guard out of michigan state. Who was one of the best college basketball players in the country but slides into the fifties. Because he's both small and not just like not an nba athlete. Like he's a poor athlete. And that obviously when you say. Small bad athlete at That's a little bit scary but also a guy who's one of the shooters in the draft one of the best leaders in the draft. What did you think about the wizards draft night. Yeah i didn't. I didn't know what to do with washington coming into the night if they didn't fall into a kong because that was the spot that everybody loved for him he obviously didn't get there I think danny is totally fine for washington. I was a little bit scared of in the top five where he was often discussed. Because i am a little weary of his lack of upside in my view at nights a lot more easy to be in on that pick I still feel the same way about his ceiling. Not being terribly high and maybe he over last with hotch murrah and whenever you want to say about this but i think just value is number nine abdi. It was totally fine. May maybe it wouldn't have been my pick but certainly not one of the worst ones that they could have made in that spot. and i. i like winston. I hear what you're saying for. Sure you're not wrong at all about his limited tools but he is a legitimately elite shooter dating back to college and he's just one of those guys you can run a pick and roll and the limited to length is definitely going to be a problem for him which is why he's in second round. That's totally justifiable but fifty. Three it's kind of a no brainer. Yes for me on that. So all all considered. I gave the wizards a b minus and could be even higher than that depending on. How you feel about you. I'm with you be minus was my greatest. Well tires halliburton tyree celebrates you should be vr. Guy i i i liked halliburton as well in part because i definitely think that we don't know what's going to happen with john wall And and what. What's gonna become of that and i thought the idea of a halliburton bradley. Bill backcourt. Made some sense with that. Said i like you much more comfortable with him being drafted here than when we're hearing four or five. I think this is less pressure on him. I think this is a better situation for him. That we don't put too much on him too soon and expect the impossible and if his shut jump shot comes around then people will be looking back at this draft and saying why didn't he go higher but that's a big big question mark because all the analytics right now are a little bit. Bearish on on denney Because of that jump shot. And so you know for those reasons. The wizards are taking a risk. Here with a few guys that were on the board like devon vessel for example Like tires halliburton. That i think might have been able to provide more value. Yeah i think halibut would have been good here. And i know you're higher than i am but i think he would have been very very useful in washington probably would have been a guy that i preferred to deal but you know being my second choice or third choice at number nine isn't a bad thing and the values just totally find there so it's not a home run probably for washington and nights a team that maybe needs one of those but at some point that i use good enough react stake in
"p murrah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Frees me ese dot com Hey, guys. Barrett Jackson is holding a special collector car auction at west World of Scottsdale today through Saturday. It's in lieu of auctions that were cancelled in Las Vegas and Palm Beach. Due to the pandemic in person attendants will be limited to bidders consign er's and their guests. But if you can't get in, you can still follow the action. The auction will be broadcast live on F Y I and the History Channel. If you're craving fried food on a stick, the Arizona State Fair is holding its final fair food drive through today. Tomorrow and Sunday organizer's air encouraging you to bring nonperishable food items for donation to ST Mary's Food Bank. The fair food drive through will be closed on Saturday. So voters Khun drop off early ballots at a drive through drop box at the fairgrounds. Number of Springsteen's letter to you. Documentary debuts tomorrow. An Apple TV. Plus, the film is a behind the scenes look into the making of Springsteen's new album of the same name, which he recorded in his home studio with the E Street band. The album also drops tomorrow. Stacy Brooks Jr traffic and Here's Danny Sullivan Live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Well, you definitely have an area to avoid in Scottsdale, and it's all due to a wrong way. Driver Accident. The Loop 101 P. Murrah Freeway is closed north bound at Indian School Road. It's also a fatality, so avoid that stick with Hayden Scottsdale Road or something else Instead, that avoid the freeway in that area to support brought to you by sweet James. Don't let Your accident become a nightmare. You have sweet James, The people's attorney of Arizona. There's no one better Go too sweet Jane Stop Tom, Danny Sullivan. Katie Arnie's mostly sunny today. The high 90 for the low Tonight 67 with mostly clear skies and then added a few clouds tomorrow a little bit cooler..
"p murrah" Discussed on The First Degree
"At the time of the explosion hundreds of individuals were inside the Alfred P. Murrah building hundreds more works in the buildings within close proximity. More than eight hundred people were injured in this bombing injuries ranging from cuts and scrapes. To severe sprains to broken bones, severe crush injuries, or loss of extremities. Many of those injured were trapped inside the building and under debris for extended periods of time. One hundred and sixty eight people lost their lives as a direct result of this bombing which included volunteer rescue worker who was killed during the rescue efforts. In very very sadly nineteen of those who died were children. My mother's sitting in the other room watching television relaxing the couch we have food in our bellies. I can go and hug her I can kiss her good night. She still strong. I I can't portray how strong she is and I still think she's helped me through some rough rough times..
UFC 252 Round-Up
"We are talking and may more specifically talking about the UFC and UFC two, fifty two which just happened over this past weekend. dray looked it looked good on paper for the main card right. And I was like, okay, we got a nice little main card. Overall. I really thought it. disappointed. A. Wasn't. It wasn't it was some weird circumstance. Is Not, the fighters falls yes. It's not like they all wanted or tried to go to decisions or anything, but some sheet happened that made it kind of weak. So I will talk about John Dodson. Showing up in doing nothing. Mood he's gun shy told you these headed someone's wrong sums? Are you gotTa drop the weight? You know it's not it's admit this is mental. This is a one hundred percent mental Dj Rodham, his soul Shang soon them he probably I think. So something happened because remember when Dawson arrived on the scene like he knocked out Tj dillashaw the magic man, but he was everywhere. Hands hit bricks for hands fast as hell you couldn't take them down. Like he was easily the number one number two, the fastest fighter in division. Easy. Maybe the entire UFC. But now it's like he's completely gunshot. And visibility. Didn't he just? Fuck this, he had so much fun beating up on John Dasa just like tossing him around. I don't know who John Dyson it's over this drop the weight it won't matter if you don't let your hands go. Yeah. Morale was having a blast Murrah was in his quarter just like that's easy lay. This is mile in after the fight through the headdress back on he just didn't care and do we both picked us and I can't remember I definitely did. White I feel terrible and morale is going to be a problem at bantamweight. He's. If. He continues fighting like this. The way he's you know just out wrestling guys like he's on a nice little fight he streaked. Yeah and he was able to out strike Dotson granted Dotson tried too much to to throw hands I. Don't I don't know what the game plan is for Dotson Eurofighter anymore like why watch them fight I go to the Jimmy Rivera finally what's what's cleaning I? Don't think there is one. Rob. is on a firefight winning streak last lost. What's to Ricky Simon Smoke. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense. Okay I. Remember there was a submission. So young has buzzer. By the way you might have won that fight yet move rob has been dominant these past few fights but this the dots performance impressive. I. Think he could be a problem but I put more of the blame on John Dasa because something mental is going on with this man is not up to his capability. Yet Very Weird I. Can't call it he needs a sports psychologist. He's recapture some late when you don't even try to let the hands go. That's when you got a problem. So next fight, Herbert, Burns versus Daniel. Pineda this is where you are right and I was wrong. A feeling this and like this. I I don't know another weird fight because I think burns was just dominated from the jump. Eight just he didn't seem to have it this night. No. Cash wait forty, five, I don't. I can't. Blame it on but. The elbows came down and it was a rap so. Whichever I mean yeah I mean. Significant strikes. Ten. For burned. Fifty, seven for opinion. Yeah. I mean like it'll be like this but I kind. Win this fight, but that's wild and that was in dominant fashion. Then we go to the next night jd s versus Rosen struck. and. Bump you know super buff. Different, body. Mustached. GPS. Didn't help him because he got rocked. And slumped on cage. So the thing about Rosen's struck is what I've noticed now is yeah. Okay. Everybody's GonNa lose the Francis in God like if you rush Francis and got gotTa, you're going to lose that's what's going to happen. So this fight, he was a little bit more patient picked spots really didn't do a lot in the first round. Waiting for eighty s kind of open up getting a little bit more comfortable like ease up on the guard and he's just let it has put away. But this division. I don't want to say that there's like a huge gap is not a valid Musa Tanko gap. That's we're going to call that gap that's shift that's it is absurd. Touching her, but it's a pretty significant gap in skill after steeping. DC's probably gone. I don't know skill wise because. Roy, as he is. With all the raw power, he's still a role as an enemy fighter. Roses stroke is a raw power like the striking's there but. What happens with Steve puts him on his back. And clearly debate Baker Take Punch. So I don't I don't know who's who's going to be a problem for steep A. At this juncture, we'll talk about it in a little bit because even though I think in God who's going to be better if they have another fight. I can't. Skill wise. It's different levels of this shit.
"p murrah" Discussed on KOMO
"After a second spiking coronavirus cases South Korea now reporting just eight more cases today the first time a daily increase has dropped to single digits in about two months top ranked tennis star should help out lower rank pros financially struggling during the stoppage in play caused by the pandemic that from the number one ranked Novak Djokovic also I feel we have to send a message to the to the younger generations that they're that they're taking in consideration to be professional players and to show them that they can leave out of tennis the times when there is there's a pun demikian there's a financial crisis Djokovic during an Instagram chat twenty five years ago today domestic homegrown terrorists exploded a truck bomb outside the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City it killed a hundred sixty eight men women and children and leaves a lasting mark on the community people who were within a thirty mile radius of the Murrah building car sharing similar stories today well I was on my way out the door and I remember feeling and hearing the sound of the blast the sound was captured at a government meeting across the street Kerry Watkins is now CEO of the Oklahoma City national memorial and museum she says that crisis twenty five years ago prepare the city for the current pandemic we've been through tough times we've seen the very worst we've met face to face and will come out on the other side ABC's Jim Ryan reporting this is ABC news news time is six oh four time to take another check of area roadways.
"p murrah" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Two one five fifty one forty one the anniversary of a deadly American tragedy and. Usa's Chris Barnes has the story until nine eleven. It was the deadliest domestic terrorism incident in. Us history. It's the twenty fifth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that killed one hundred sixty eight people and injured nearly seven hundred others. A rental truck filled with explosives was detonated outside. The Alfred P Murrah Federal Building you know see and the blast destroyed or damaged more than three hundred buildings former. Us Army soldiers. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols convicted of the attack. They claim that he targeted that building to avenge the raid on the compound of Branch Davidian Religious Sect in Waco Texas which had happened two years prior. I'm Chris Barnes a spokesman for Bill Cosby said. The imprisoned actor wouldn't survive if he contracts corona virus behind bars. Andrew Wyatt his attorney said in a statement that cosby age eighty two recently had partially blocked arteries. His blind from Glaucoma takes medication for high blood. Pressure and recently had two major surgeries to prevent cardiovascular. Failure Cosby was convicted in two thousand eighteen of aggravated indecent assault. In two thousand four. He is serving a three to ten year sentence in a Pennsylvania state prison at that prison. Twenty two inmates and thirteen staff members have contracted the virus. One inmate has died. The attorney Wyatt said he is confident. Cosby would be one of the inmates. That is released under Governor Wolf's executive order he said Mr Cosby was not given a life sentence or a death sentence he should.
"p murrah" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"American history TV on April nineteenth nineteen ninety five a massive truck bomb exploded outside the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City the palm killed a hundred sixty eight people including nineteen children in a daycare center American history TV looks back at that event twenty five years ago next our series of interviews conducted by the FBI they were conducted in April twenty fifteen to help mark the twentieth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing we hear first from Florence Rogers who C. E. O. of the federal employees credit we we always have people and we didn't open till nine o'clock and we were open until five o'clock every day yeah at the credit union was some a place where everybody can go in there so yeah only the snack bar credit union in the snack bar so we were constantly you know dated with people just come in to visit her all right royal money for their launcher or a plan for a loan so we were everybody everybody listen to credit so I got there as early as I could that morning and that it was an airline crews pictures alongside cation the week before I had them all put in there and I was gonna share of those with with these gas when we met that morning so we didn't get started down this meeting until about eight twenty that morning and I would turn around and look at my computer screen at the next item that we were to discuss and now I'm back in my chair and and let them chat about who's going to copy this he's going to do this get this ready for the banking department so they can hurry with their audit I just turned around in my chair and kind of rare back in he's getting ready to discuss their next item that I mentioned when mom went off and then it was it would be longer but it was just like seconds and they all all the girls that was in the office with me and disappeared and I thought they had to ran out and left me alone S. three hundred where are you guys who are you guys and then I realizations salience online and airlines that I don't know where they are they they're gone and then eventually I found out that there is one that mom went up and everything started coming down to seven floors up about this took them down into what was previously known as the yet they were just very silence that fell over that whole scene winner in the papers were still flattering and and but when the glasses that stop you know there is there is a glass found on buildings blocks away everywhere that this Erie silence with something and now all right I have been thrown on the floor and packed in two months spot we stand around me then I found out later that there was something like eighteen inches of the exterior wall that did not break away which kind of help me there but my desk was sitting this item angle right ready to topple over into this whole letter bomb had made were all my employees had planned my first thoughts actually list it probably had to be a gas explosion of some kind and then later on they started saying mom you know that was pretty shocking that my first Dennis this quite a few people what was your first thought when you saw all this stuff going up in the the whole building blowing up before you and my answer to that was I always hated movies for them what they've done a perfectly good buildings and bridges and there's so much of that now and then they reset and I don't like and never did and my first thought literally was all my gosh this is like a bad movie I'm gonna get out get out here I'm asking a lot I'd be more are you were you angry did you get my and my answer has always been I did not let myself get angry the guy who it would only hurt Clark if I got angry it caused a lot of changes in my life I retired early earlier than I anticipated at the never gone away those those eighteen then I lost had worked for me a hundred and twenty eight years total came here and they were like my daughter's and then there's some that might work for me decades.
Guest Teacher: Chris Meroff How To Develop A Company Culture That Fulfills Every Employee
"Author Speaker and Entrepreneur Chris Muir off. Today's special teacher made his career on testing new leadership techniques and new ideas and seeing what works and of course what doesn't work in service oriented leadership you can check them out and learn more about his work over. Chris. Muir off dot com that's M. E. R. O. F. F. DOT COM. But today Chris is here he's going to be teaching. You had to build a culture in your business no matter where you are in on your business. You're just getting started as just you or you have a team of five hundred how to make sure that culture fulfils the people that work there right the teammates including you the thing about having a team and having a business is that you need buying from your actual team members from the employees that you've hired. You can't make anybody do anything. The end of the day. They need to be self motivated. You have to have a motivation to do the things you actually want to get done in your business view of a mission you gotta make sure everybody's on board with that mission if you WanNa have your business function in a certain way you got to have buying with everybody you can't force them or just you know. Talk them into it day by day trying to pump him up every day with motivation so in today's episode. You'RE GONNA learn from Chris. Muir off how to build a culture that incentivizes them that makes them feel that they're being fulfilled every day by what they do at your company so without further ado. I'm going to hand it over Chris but I'll be back with my own takeaways interrupt. Today's episode for now. Take it away. Chris. The guys My name is Chris Murrah Today I'm going to be talking to you about company culture and how to define Matt and really how to utilize that So that employees including leaders can find fulfillment so thanks for joining me Company culture is one of the things that get talked about a lot. You read it and a lot of books You have a lot of leaders who identify that you really need to have a great company culture And one thing that I walked away Thinking was I'm not really sure if I understand what culture is. I think I understand the value of culture But I can honestly say I don't really know How to leverage it or even how to define it and so what I wanNA talk to you about. Today is how to do those things. And so What I'm going to start with is kind of defining a Or giving you a definition of what culture means to me culture is the Psalm of the traits or the world views of your employees. And so if you try to identify well what is the Psalm of those worldviews? It really comes down to understanding. What a world view is world view is really How someone shows up in how they think And see the world. It's how they think it's how they interact. And so what? We talk about Is that That world view is made up of five traits Those five traits Our hopes they are traditions preferences experiences and beliefs and those five traits Really identify my worldview Any conversation I'm in no matter what it's about whether it's sports or politics or work home life Those those traits those those worldview traits really kind of Identify how I show up in those conversations. What I'm thinking about What I'm willing to say what I'm not willing to say And identifies How I'm going to say something It's my world view. It's how I see the world and through that Lens That's how I show up and so we define culture for me. It's the some of those world views of whatever group or team or department or company That you have and so as we try to define what that Company CULTURE IS I. I think we need to realize that we have a company culture No matter what there's not a scenario by which you have a company with no culture If we define culture as the some of the world views of my employees by definition we do have a company culture. So the real question is what do we do with it And is it the culture that we want would we have created that culture from the beginning if I had understood what That culture was before we get going If we look at those employees and we think to ourselves well is this the definition or is this how we wanNA define our culture that we really have to answer the question. Are these the employees That we that we want working here. And that may seem harsh on one level but whether you're thinking it or acting on it That level of expectation on your employees Or your team exists and so what we want to do. Is We want to verbalize. We want to talk about what our culture is. More importantly we really want to celebrate. The diversity of thought that comes with unique worldviews One of the things that we focused on in my organization is the fact that when We identify that everyone has a unique worldview. We celebrate the fact that it's unique who we don't Try to isolate. We don't try to belittle their world view. We don't try to Identified that their world is right or wrong. We celebrate the fact that they think differently about every situation about every scenario. And when you can celebrate that now you can identify and celebrate your culture. So what do we do with culture now that identified it now that we've given a little bit more definition? Will the way that we cultivate that toward the culture that we really want? Is we focus on onto primary Levers that help us one. Is this concept of purpose. Purpose helps us define where we're going as an organization. I I like to think of it as our destination and some companies have vision statements mission statements. We use the term purpose. The reason we do that is purpose. is something that we can again define as where we're going and the more detail we can bring to the destination the better chance we have of Making sure that we attract the right people that want to go on that journey with us the reality of the fact that we have probably some people that are on our teams in our companies. That don't agree with where we're going. The destination probably exists and so we might as well talk about it. We might as well identify that. We are going to that destination. Here's here's what we're going to do to get there and do you want to join me on that journey When we talk about The hiring process and really understanding who to bring on board but we need to bring on board people who are excited and passionate about the destination about our purpose so purpose really helps us to Cultivate our culture it. We to leverage people's beliefs that that part of their world view that typically results in action the other traits of our worldview of course inform who we are and it really Again talks about how we approach every situation every scenario but man beliefs. That's the trait That is the most powerful trait spurs us to action. You want to know what somebody believes. See what they're doing See what they're not just what they're talking about but see what their actions are. That's there that really taps into their beliefs. And so when we're hiring someone we want to make sure that we're bringing someone on board who believes who can align their beliefs with our purpose with our destination so that we get to join them on. That journey I don't need to leverage authority if I already have in a an employee or a team member or even a boss that we're aligned on exactly where we WANNA go and why C. Authority only needs to exist when you don't agree on the destination the methodology to get there. That's all these for debate. That's the concept of really fighting for the best idea and you can fight for the best idea within this feeling of safety when you're already aligned and believe in the destination or the purpose for your department for your role For Your Company when you already have that define when you're already aligned toward that purpose now it gives you some flexibility to figure out the best way to get there.
"p murrah" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"President, Calvin Coolidge, signed the independ- Indian citizenship law into act into law granted citizenship to all native Americans mourn, within the territorial limits of the US. This was back in nineteen twenty four and nineteen fifty three. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth, the second on this date of the first to be televised in nineteen Ninety-six survey, or one landed in Oshii, honest, proclaim on the moon becoming the first spacecraft to soft land on another planet. A Pope John Paul, the second business native Poland on this date in nineteen Seventy-nine becoming the first pope to visit a communist country. Air Force Captain Scott Grady's f sixteen shot down over Bosnia on this date in nineteen ninety-five while patrolling the NATO no fly zone in Denver on this date in nineteen Ninety-seven, Timothy McVeigh convicted on fifteen counts of murder and conspiracy for his role in the nineteen ninety-five terrorist bombing of the Alfred P Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City guilty of count one guilty of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction. Count two guilty. Use of a weapon of mass destruction guilty count three destruction by explosive guilty. Do you find the government proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the crimes committed by Timothy McVeigh resulted in the death of one or more persons named indictment? Yes. First question is, yes. This could kick in the death penalty. Second question answer is yes. Then the death is such persons was foreseeable result of the defendants criminal conduct court. TV reporter, Dan, Abrahams McVay would be executed for years later. The computer virus discovered in Taiwan on this date in nineteen ninety eight and Ken Jennings began his seventy four game winning streak on the syndicated game show. Jeopardy in two thousand four his total earnings would be over three million dollars passing away on this date in history. Lou Gehrig, Jean. Hold George s Kaufman, the playwright actor Leo Gorski from the dead end kids. Swing and sway with semi K guitarist under Segovia actor. Jack Gilford such a funny funny man, actor Rex Harrison. Ray combs of the family feud imaging coca classy, Freddie. Blassie Bo Diddley Mel for our and Richard Dawson, isn't anything. Ray combs and Richard Dawson, passing on the same day, albeit to a number of years apart. This is the birth date of the first first lady, Martha Washington. Marquee, thaad. Pope pious the tenth Edward elgar, Johnny Weissmuller, Walter Tetley. Tex, Schramm Pete Conrad the astronaut, Jimmy Jones and Marvin hamlet. This is the birthdate happy. Number eighty seven two semi Turner..
"p murrah" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"p murrah" Discussed on The Pulse
"But then on the morning of April nineteenth her life changed. Car bomb exploded outside of a large federal building downtown Oklahoma City shattering that building killing children, killing federal employees, military, men and civilians a rental truck packed with explosives detonated in front of the Alfred P Murrah federal building and the bombing took place about a mile from my office. We actually felt the building shake Robin rushed over to the site of the bombing. As volunteer with the American Red Cross a hundred and sixty eight people were killed, including nineteen children Robin met with the families whose children died that day she helped to identify their bodies. I spent the next many many many days and months, doing direct service conducting research developing guidance and finding out everything I could know about the impact of these events on children and families the explosion changed her career. And today she continues to work with children. Who've experienced traumatic events. What are some of the immediate things that you see with children after a disaster after an emergency. One of the biggest reactions that children have after these events is worries about their own safety about the safety and security of the people that they care about. And they love and concerns about 'em. I going to be okay. Is this going to happen again? We know that worry is there. Some of the things that we see in children to is difficulties with sleep staying asleep falling asleep. Nightmares? Kids. Also may have trouble concentrating at school their grades could take a dip with teenagers preteens Robin says there's often an increase in high risk behavior set jazz driving fast substance use alcohol, use.
"p murrah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With. Everyone's hey, we're gonna be headless. Yeah. Absolutely. One hundred percent, I agree. And so that happens last week then over the weekend. Over the weekend. Something happens in college football over the weekend. We get a new Heisman Trophy winner. The two thousand eighteen Heisman Trophy is water to Tyler Murray. So Kylie Murray wins the academy kademi over the Heisman Trophy. Kademi award. So what happens when he wins? Tweets come out of things that he said. Six years ago as a fourteen year old and that word was queer. That's the word on a few Asians. Right. He said some things and he's come out and he's apologized, but people are calling and screaming. Oh my God. He shouldn't have this that and the other two things first of all if you're I don't know. Who sits around and waits for somebody to do something? Good. But it seems to be a concerted effort of many out there who are just a bunch of losers who are waiting for. When somebody does something good doesn't matter. What's entertainment world sports world, whatever it is. And the minute that something happens that they seem to think is good. They come out of the woodwork and go. Oh, yeah. But by the way, when they were fourteen years old. Check this. He used the word queer. Is that insane? How did we get here? Kevin Hart said something a few years ago, and it's been more than a few years. We're talking two thousand ten and eleven we're talking eight years ago. Plus what was wrong? It was a bad. He was trying to work out didn't go the way it said, I think it probably sounded better on stage. Do I think that Kevin Hart wakes? I really hate the LGBT community. I don't think he does. Glad was not happy. He backed away because I think they feel like whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. When is the retro rage going to end when does it end, you know, what it ends win Stumm somebody? I don't know who that somebody is stand up and says, you know, what he said something we're not gonna talk about it. It's no big deal. We're going to move on about it. Hey this kid's fourteen and he tweeted this out. And we think it's awful, it's horrible. He won the Heisman Trophy. But we do think it's awful and horrible that he did this and we want to embarrass him on his special night. He was fourteen to part of the problem was, and I told my little brother, this is going to be nineteen in a couple of days him and his friends use Twitter, like it's a communication device mean they'll get back and forth and a conversation amongst one another and it's like their instant messaging each other or tweeting and texting at each other. When it's not it's not that. Now, we may not see it on the thing. But it's out there. And that's kind of what he was doing was making fun of his friends. They were going back and forth at some point in time. You gotta get over it in life. But this retro rage has to stop. It's not good. For us that we live in this world of did. I say something eight years ago that's going to get me in trouble. Did I do something eight years ago? How many of us out there? If we went back and looked at the things that we said now, I mean said then right? Let's go back twenty thirty years. And we have Twitter. How many of you? Would be able to say, oh, I'm free from any kind of judgment whatsoever. Probably zero all of us would be one hundred percent. Absolutely. We just didn't have it. And I don't think it's our generation. That's that is you know, the the fortysomethings the gen Xers those who who are judging it. But it isn't. You know? I mean, this guy gets his win the Heisman on the best player in football. Yay. For me. I played my ass off. This is incredible. Now, they've got a choice to make. I'm so good at baseball that the Oakland A's Vardi give me five million dollars to just play this one season and then go into baseball. But I might have a choice because people seeing them a first round draft pick in. Oh my goodness. Oh, by the way. Six years ago when you were fourteen you tweeted, something, and we'd like to hold you accountable for it. Now shut up plenty of losers. You're and who waits around for that who has that kind of time. Who does who why is it a big deal? Now, why wasn't it a big deal six months ago a year ago two years ago? Because he's at its brightest. So when do you do you strike when it's at its hottest three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us love hearing from you. Speaking of bad things to do football college. Got the playoffs coming up and somebody in Alabama thought this was a good idea fan rivalry is one thing. But a meme posted to Facebook page called college football trash-talk nation has drawn a furious response in Oklahoma City, it shows the bombed out Alfred P Murrah federal building with the caption won't be the first time Oklahoma gets blown out roll tide. Among visitors to the Murrah building memorial heartbreaking,.
"p murrah" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Hundred percent. Absolutely. Right. We just didn't have it. And I don't think it's our generation. That's that. That is the fortysomethings the gen Xers. I think it's those who are judging it. But it is embarrassing. I mean, this guy gets his win the Heisman on the best player in football. Yeah. For me. I played my ass off. This is incredible. Now, we've got a choice to make. I'm so good at baseball that the Oakland A's forty five million dollars to just play this one season and then go into baseball. But I might have a choice because people seeing them a first round draft pick. And oh my goodness. Oh, by the way. Six years ago when you were fourteen you tweeted, something, and we'd like to hold you accountable for it. Now shut up plenty of losers. You're and who waits around for that who has that kind of time. Who does who why is it a big deal? Now, why wasn't it a big deal six months ago a year ago two years ago? Because he's at its brightest. So when do you do you strike when it's at its hottest three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us love hearing from you. Speaking of bad things to do football college. Got the playoffs coming up and somebody in Alabama thought this was a good idea fan rivalry is one thing. But a me posted to Facebook page called college football trash-talk nation has drawn a furious response in Oklahoma City, it shows the bombed out Alfred P Murrah federal building with the caption won't be the first time Oklahoma gets blown out roll tide among visitors to the Murrah building memorial. That is.
Would You Really Stay Conscious After Being Decapitated?
"Idea that every aspect of human consciousness from affinity for ones family to a belief in God to the experience of the color. Green is merely the result of electrical activity in our brains neural networks as he wrote in nineteen Ninety-four, you're nothing, but a pack of neurons at the basis of our conscious. Experience are chemicals called neurotransmitters these chemicals generate electrical signals that form the means by which Ron's communicate with one another and ultimately form neural networks when we stimulate these networks, we experienced the physical sensations emotions that make up our lives. We store these as memories to be recalled when the neural networks that store them are activated once more. For the idea may be a bit glum, but it forms the basis of the idea that the electrical activity in the brain is the detectable trace of our conscious experience by correlation. Then so long as we can detect this electrical activity through the use of technology like the E G, which measures brainwaves we can assume that a person is experiencing consciousness. This is what makes a two thousand eleven study from the Netherlands so troubling the researchers were trying to determine whether decapitation which is a common method of euthanizing lab. Rats is humane. They connected an EEG machine to the brains of rats, decapitated them and recorded the electrical activity in the brain. After the event. The researchers found that for about four seconds after being separated from the body the rats brains continue to generate electrical activity between the thirteen to one hundred Hertz frequency band, which associated with consciousness and cognition aka thinking, this findings just the brain can continue to produce thoughts and experience sensations for at least several seconds following decapitation in rats. Anyway, yet the annals of medicine following the invention of the guillotine have some very interesting scientific observations of human decapitation. Let's look at what happens. When one loses one's head. The circulatory system delivers oxygen and other necessary particles via blood to the brain. So that the brain can carry out it's necessary functions deprived of oxygen or blood, the brains function deteriorates rapidly circulation takes place in a closed system based on a pressurized environment. Blood is pumped in and out of the heart and past the lungs where it's refreshed. Once. More decapitation opens this closed system irrevocably causing a full and massive drop in blood pressure, leaving the brain starved of both blood and oxygen depending on how the head is removed from the body this loss of blood, and ultimately consciousness can take longer in some modes of decapitation than others several blows to the back of the neck with a sword. Or axe can lead to blood loss before the head is fully severed from the body, but the design of the guillotine. Gene, the execution method of choice during the French revolution. Made severing the head cleaner and quicker be blade and wait assembly of the guillotine weighed more than one hundred seventy five pounds. That's eighty kilograms and was dropped from a height of fourteen feet or just over four meters from ground level onto the back of the victim's neck. Moreover, the teams blade was set within a track leading a direct line down to the back of the victim's neck. There's a rumor that the superior execution technology led to at least one case of apparent consciousness after decapitation executions in eighteenth century, France were public affairs and executioners customarily showed the head of the victim to these ambled crowd, then sometimes perform some gesture of disrespect as well. As was the case was Charlotte. Corday a woman executed by guillotine in seventeen ninety three after she SAS needed. The revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Murrah after her head was severed the executioners smacked it's cheeks while he held aloft to the astonishment of the crowd cord as cheeks flushed. And our facial expression changed into quote unequivocal marks of indignation. Most recently in nineteen Eighty-nine. An army veteran reported that following a car accident that he was in with a friend the decapitated head of his friend changed Patiala expressions, quote, I of shock or confusion, then to terror or grief, both king Charles the first and Queen and Belinda are reported to have showed signs of trying to speak following their beheadings by executioner's swords rather than the teen. And when in seventeen ninety five a German researcher by the name of S T summering spoke out against the use of the guillotine. He cited reports of decapitated heads that have ground their teeth and at the face of one decapitated person grist horribly when a physician inspecting the head poked the spinal canal with his finger, but perhaps most famous was the study conducted in nineteen thousand five of the head of an executed criminal over the course of twenty five to thirty seconds of observation the physician recorded managing to get the head to open its is an undeniably focused them on the doctors. Twice calling the executed man's name. Some say that none of this proves consciousness the movement seen in the face could be the result of the voluntary muscles that control the Lipson is merely being in spasm after sort of short circuit or from the relic of electrical activity. This is likely true for the rest of the body. But the head has the distinction of housing the brain, which is the seat of consciousness, the brain receives no drama from clean decapitation, and may therefore continue to function until plus causes unconsciousness and death. We know that chickens often walk around for several seconds after decapitation. The Dutch rat study mentioned earlier suggests the length of perhaps four seconds other studies of small animals have found up to twenty nine seconds. But any amount of time would be horrific take a moment to count off four seconds. While you look around the room, you'll likely find you can take in quite a bit visually and orally during that time. However, we may never fully know if a human remains conscious after the head is
"p murrah" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Charles Protest But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides just last, week homeland, security secretary cares to Nielsen back Trump's defense of the violent white supremacists who counter attack protesters and, Charlottesville Virginia last, August Nielsen made their market a forum organized by the Aspen institute Now that conversation is it's not that one. Side is right one side is, wrong, anybody that is advocating violence we, need, to work to, mitigate and a. Few short weeks organizers from unite the right the group that held the rally, in Charlottesville plan to descend on Washington DC, for the anniversary of last year's event organizer Jason Kessler listed the events purposes quote protesting civil rights abuse in Charlottesville Virginia white civil rights rally new book our. Next guest traces the history of the white power movement which she says. Organized around a world view of white supremacy anticommunist, apocalypse in the aftermath of the Vietnam. War and culminated in the nineteen ninety-five bombing by Timothy McVeigh of the Alfred P Murrah, federal building, in Oklahoma City Kathleen Balu is an assistant professor of history at the university of Chicago her new, book is titled, bring the war home the white power movement and paramilitary America Welcome to democracy now Have you with us..
"p murrah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"You waves crash dr yes april nineteen seventeen seventy five is also an important anniversary date but i wanna fast forward to april nineteenth nineteen ninetyfive the alfred p murrah building in oklahoma city was just north of the us federal district courthouse in downtown oklahoma city it on april nineteenth nineteen ninety five i was in san diego california preparing to deliver a speech at a conference at a marriott hotel in san diego and i woke up that morning and i went downstairs to have breakfast and there were these television monitors on and i remember seeing something about you know explosion in oklahoma city and having lived in oklahoma city for part of my life actually edmund north of their gone to gun law school in oklahoma city i stopped wanted to see what was going on and i also had a my sisterinlaw still works downtown and she worked not far from what they then at the time believed to have been an explosion at the irs building at the you know the very first reports are always incorrect and the first report about oklahoma city was wrong and so i tried to call joey but i couldn't get through because obviously the mobile phones weren't working blinds were crashing nobody could get through until i went back to my hotel room waiting for the time to go to the ballroom to speak and kept watching i remember thinking that there was a time where as a young lawyer where every penny counted and you counted all your expenses and your overhead and you were very tight with your money i knew that i could park in the basement of the murrah building because there was a tunnel between the murrow building and the federal district court just to the south of it so i knew or these two they're like two to four parking spots as i recall that were free to our spots kind of down in the basement of the building and i'd always go grab one of those if i had to be in federal court that morning i always go grab one of those spots before anybody else did because i also knew that i could park there most of the day if i had a trial or hearing or something and i wasn't going to get a ticket or towed can i have a sunday school teacher the taught in the worked in the building the department of agriculture.
"p murrah" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The bomb destroyed the alfred p murrah federal building in oklahoma city killing one hundred sixty eight people bomber timothy mcveigh who prosecutors said it planned the attack as revenge for the waco siege of two years earlier was convicted of federal murder charges and executed is he was in two thousand one five years ago today they caught zo car sar nev little brother the you know of the two of the brothers the boston marathon right brothers remember they found him in a guy's boat yeah unfold live five years ago one year ago today bill o'reilly got fired bill today's birthdays singersongwriter dr williams fifty one ron lewis you know big fan my accountant business manager whatever he loves dr williams i was gonna play one but then i i can't i do like her too yeah i can't i can't i gotta try to keep it somewhat mainstream but happy birthday to dr and happy day after tax data ron ashley judd is fifty fifty by the way to correct myself surely i think i said shirley maclean i meant surely jones in carousel yeah that's what i thought sorry that's i'm in shirley john's that's what i was thinking when you said it i still can't believe ashley judd's fifty jesus singing one not the acting one now actually is the one that she's the acting one okay a why known as they're singing daughter why known as the mom oh and ashley's the actress why known a and why known as is in winona the mom why known has naomi there's ashley and there's why no they always the mom and i like ashley judd and i but she had a facelift and i don't think she needed one and also born on this day mark flow vollmann the turtles and flo and eddie seventy one.
"p murrah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Portion of our proceeds for the day two books on wings which is a bartender that works for us josh poly he's running for minneapolis school board he started this foundation and in it's a about getting a books in getting them in the hands underprivileged gets love and and that's a big piece that we do a lot of people don't know and we're gonna talk about it more this is your last year red coun red rabbit donated one hundred thousand dollars to various charities throughout the local community aldekhil nothing national i did not know how low we we get back a lot of them as a family he has a big piece of ours is to give back and in a is one of the reasons why we built the company was eight a create jobs that kerry when people say with your purpose will we create jobs we provide growth and opportunity for those who one at in organization and then to give back to the community while we will make sure that we do a better job of letting people know the charitable angles this year but thank you so much for allowing us to do what we do it's really tremendous it's important and i will just say whenever i say to my husband where do you want to go to aim at his number one break out as red cow recco and it's like a question red cowley ran as i am i will let him because that's where he wants to go 24 settle healer complete radio undergo ago regret route but no thank you actually really thank you to the community for allowing us to do what we do um everyone's support that they've given us over the last five years is why were able to do it we do and provide that growth and opportunity for everyone that ross horse thank you so much for everything i'll be right back recently overheard on donna and steve p murrah now opd brogdon pierce brosnan yeah mirror coffee us brosnan ps and thrills noah type it on the others brought hair solve here's number adler bosnian he us pay us brosnan paleas brewlau i have a pious right now as i yes donna and steve nine to noon on my talk one seven one everything entertainment worrying julia here with baird from learning are x and beard how.
"p murrah" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"The columns of the alfred p murrah building were reinforced with rebar had the building used hoop steel instead a change that would have accounted for one eighth of one percent of the construction budget the building would not have collapsed which is how the majority of the lives were lost and had the government spent just eighteen thousand dollars more on this contract no more than twenty people would have died as opposed to one hundred sixty eight the government you know it they probably did this under the guise of cutting the budget within and what they did yet because the whole point is that the reason why anyone hoops deal because that was earthquakeproofing the buildings and they're like all this hardly any earth earthquakes here and also the wanna make some big oppressive government building goes you had hud there and you had social security off so they wanted to be this kind of friendly place and the reason why now all buildings like if you try to go into the uh been to the new world trade center we try to go in there you are i i'm treated like a criminal as you go in there because that that's this is why now because the now every government building has to be completely made to this specific code and also the idea that you could even get a a van that close to the building israeli insane yeah it's absolutely insane the he was allowed to park right up in front of it not just right up in front of mount ripe below the daycare center because the daycare center was directly above where timothy mcveigh park the ryder truck and in fact when he got out of the drug he would have been able to look up and see kids drawings in the window.