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Mark Shaw and Eric Discuss the Shady Dealings of the Kennedy Clan
"1960, Joseph Kennedy, the father of JFK, RFK, teddy Kennedy. He had been a bootlegger. He had been involved with dark forces during prohibition, so he has these connections. He wants his son to be elected president. He makes a deal with these old colleagues. And as you just said, basically says, if you help me to get my son elected president, I will leave you alone. Exactly. And so then I had an eyewitness who was right at breakfast where Joe ordered JFK to a point Bobby Kennedy attorney general. And you can just imagine the reaction from those mafioso had helped him get in The White House because Bobby Kennedy during the mcclellan hearings, which were those racketeering Harry earrings years earlier, had gone after all those guys. James hoffa, Carlos Marcello, traffic Conte, all the Mickey Cohen, all of them. So they were alarmed and they should have been because one of the first things in 1961 that Bobby did was go after Marcelo, who was the New Orleans Don worth millions and millions of dollars, racketeering, prostitution, all kinds of things. This is a 100% classic portrayal like out of a movie. You make a deal with the mob and as soon as JFK appoints his brother, which is its own bizarreness, but appoints his brother. Everyone knows his brother RFK hates the mob and is going to go after them. So at that moment, you have big trouble brewing because as far as I know, the mob doesn't like to be double crossed.
Why Kellie-Jay Keen Is NOT a Feminist
"So I ain't interrupted you there. Let's talk about I called you an old school feminist. You said you've since changed your take on that. I hate labels in general, but talk to us about your decision and why today, given this transgender extremism, you don't call yourself a feminist Kelly Jay. Well, there's so many reasons not to label oneself a feminist these days. Number one, it's because many people do do or actually pro prostitution and trans women in men and women's spaces. But also, I found that it's quite limiting. So I don't want any woman to come across this issue and feel it's not about her because it's being, you know, there's some gatekeeping by using the term feminist. I also have a real issue with feminism and motherhood and feel that feminism really in order to free women from the shackles of the household, which only middle class women were in any way. But in order to do that, they sort of divorced women from motherhood. And four fifths of the world's women are mothers. So there's many, many reasons, not to limit myself, but they are just some of them.
What Phineas Gage and Hunter Biden Have in Common
"One fateful Vermont day in 1848, a railroad construction demolitions expert named Phineas gage suffered a freak accident that sent a 13 foot metal rod clean through his head. Miraculously, he survived and went on to live for another 6 years, but not without certain effects. Scientists determined that the accident destroyed about 11% of the part of gage's brain that is called the frontal lobe. It is the frontal lobe that controls functions like decision making, inhibition, language, empathy, and creativity. The damage to the part of the brain that controls his impulses, turn gauge into an alcoholic. But more than that, he became surly, rude, and frequently made inappropriate sexual remarks. He became a total jerk. Modern research shows that people can experience similar symptoms, even without taking direct physical damage to the brain. As the life story of Hunter Biden shows, it is possible to burn out the frontal lobe through the process of overindulgence. overeating, pathological gambling, and sex addiction, like prostitution, or Internet porn, all cause severe damage to the frontal lobe over time. It doesn't take much to see that these are all very big problems that are ravaging the country today. Predatory pharmaceutical companies and open borders have pushed the abuse of both legal and illegal drugs to epidemic proportions. Just about all the other vices are facilitated to an unprecedented degree by the Internet and smartphones. In other words, our modern conveniences, technology, and wealth give us access to great harms that are equal to their great benefits.
The Notorious Gold Club Case in Atlanta With Mark Sewell
"The gold club case here for just first off, give an overview of that and endless job in 'cause I'm gonna have some legal questions for you. So we'll dive in as we go here. Sure. Actually, to get a full measure of the go club case, you have to go back to the Olympics. And the owner of the go club leading up to the Olympics was two brothers, last named kirkendall, but they got an offer that they couldn't refuse literally with cash money to sell the gold club to a very wealthy businessman, a Jewish businessman out of New York, and that'll become important later. Named Steve Kaplan, and he bought the gold club in 95 leading up to the Olympics in 96 because if nothing else, if he only owned it for during the Olympics, that would be a great investment because you're going to have primarily men in to the tune of tens of thousands flocking into the Olympics. And then where are they going to go at nighttime? These are sports oriented men, young men, and et cetera. So the short term gain was to own a strip club during the Olympics. All types of adult entertainment businesses sprung up during the Olympics and then went out of business as soon as the Olympics was over with. It was make the quick money. And Steve Kaplan's case and the gold club's case, they made their money during the Olympics, and then they kept the train rolling. And used the momentum of the Olympics to build the reputation of the goal club. And by the time that our case was over with or by the time we took our case down and made it public, the gold club was the most lucrative strip club in America to the tune of about $8 million a year. Probably 6 million of that was legitimate. If not more, and then a couple million of that was illegitimate ranging from skim tax money to perhaps prostitution money, et cetera but $8 million a year for one club. And that club was owned by a man named Steve Kaplan, as I mentioned, and when he bought the club, that he's from New York, he owns numerous businesses in the New York area. He was a known Gambino associate from the Gambino family, one of the 5 New York families. The New York Gambino squad basically picked up the phone called down to Atlanta and said, hey, we want you to know that one of our guys up here in New York, Steve Kaplan, who's in one of the most powerful crews in the Gambino family, has just bought a business down in Atlanta, and you should be aware of it. And that's the way the FBI exchanges information more or less. When one office knows about crime occurring in another office or the potential for crime or a criminal moving into their area, then we have formal and informal communications where we share that information. And
Steve Deace: Why Americans Aren't Watching Jan. 6 Hearings
"Oh Dan brother I know that you're a former NYPD officer Secret Service agent and but this is adorable You're actually assuming that on any level this is about getting to the truth or justice You're still a recovering law enforcement officer I'm dry bro grasping I'm grasping at striking man It's the same reason you're right in your book Why thank you Your grasp of me can still save the culture and you've got hope I've got a little bit of hope I'm sorry go ahead I know I know I know There's a 12 step program for that somewhere I think But I mean this comes on the heels of you know there's this story that came out this week that in 2015 2016 hundred Biden was literally filming videos with himself and Russian escorts Prostitutes that are $10,000 a hit which probably would trace back to some Russian oligarchs and certainly maybe potential Putin and blackmail fodder Maybe that's why this prostitution ring might exist And if you look at the timeline of when this is alleged to have occurred this is right when they told us for three years that Putin had a tape of Trump and doing water sports with Russian prostitutes And that's to run and have him infiltrate our election process and be a Russian agent to steal an American presidential election at the same time they claimed that they claimed this narrative for three years It was actually true but Hunter Biden was doing it and self taping it while he was doing it I mean everything that they always doing they do Every single time And I think that's why a lot of Americans aren't watching it I have not watched a nanosecond of it You know I've got a cream rinse to try and there's lotions and other things I want to look at And chamomile tea selection Your wife purchased that you want to check out today without getting a Steve dance
Daily Wire: Middle School Librarian Justifies Pro-Prostitution Book to Students
"But if you thought that we'd hit the bottom of the barrel as to what might be pushed in the schools the daily wires Luke rose yak who's done a great job As a story that shows that they just keep reaching lower A loudon county Yes then again Sterling middle school teacher grew concerned when she saw a parent's tweet about a book that was available in the school library seeing gender Which has a chapter titled quote sex work is not a bad term Quote a person may exchange sex or sexual activity for things they need or want such as food housing hormone drugs gifts or other resources Reads one shocking passage in the book is in the library Prostitution is quote a job like being a store clerk in architect or a freelance writer We all unfortunately have to do work to make a living Some of us hate our jobs and some of us love them The same goes for those who do sex work Sadly sex work is generally misunderstood the book states By the way you won't find any of my books in this library will you mister produce
Rudy Giuliani: Watch the Film 'Taxi Driver'
"Because there you go. At the end at the end of my administration, I did a couple of retrospectives on the administration. So I would show the scenes and taxi driver of the assassin driving through Times Square. Those were real scenes shut in like 1970, whenever it was 76, 77, 78. This is Scorsese. Brilliant, I'm sorry. Scorsese film, obviously. But De Niro playing that's before we knew De Niro actually was crazy. If you did a good job of acting crazy well, you're looking at me, you're looking at me. So you look at those scenes, there are about four or 5 of them in which you get a big panorama of Times Square. And then you just put it against current ones. That would have been 98, 99, 2000. And one, you see drug dealers prostitutes horrible looking people frightening as hell, drug dens, houses of prostitution, the legitimate, if you call them legitimate pornographic movie theaters where you would pay just go in and watch a movie, had all disappeared. It was too dangerous for them. The movie theaters had turned into actual brothels. So even the porn industry didn't feel it was worth investing in the pornography had moved to other parts of the city because it was too dangerous to have it in Times Square. It had crime rates that were almost impossible to keep up because they would take bodies and hide them. And literally, literally, on one day during the middle of my campaign, we were driving somewhere. I told them to stop the car, I got out in the middle of the street and my campaign manager Peter powers thought I was nuts to traffic was going back to back and forth. And I said a little prayer, and I said, if I do one thing is mayor, I'm going to change this
"prostitution" Discussed on Feminist Current
"There you got my story you are listening to feminist current, I'm Megan Murphy. The stories of those who exited prostitution tend to be wildly different than those still working in the industry and identifying as sex workers. And what men tend to believe about those working in prostitution tends to align with that sex worker narrative as well. That some women just really enjoy prostitution that it's simply a job like any other, that these women are making such good money that it's a fair trade. But when you speak to women freed from the trade, able to look back at their experiences clearly and honestly, you will hear a different truth. Andrea Heinz is a Canadian feminist who, at the age of 22, and with tens of thousands of dollars of debt, entered the license commercial sex trade in Edmonton Alberta. Andrea stayed in the industry for 7 years, working as an escort, a dominatrix, and eventually a brothel owner. She lacked the industry in 2013 and is now a writer speaker and filmmaker working to raise awareness about commercial sexual exploitation. I spoke with her recently about her experiences in which she views as the harms of so called sex work ideology. So I mean, I wonder, first of all, if you can tell me a bit about yourself, what was your childhood like? How did you grow up? Where did you grow up? Who are you? That's a pretty loaded question. So my childhood, I want to say is pretty, it was pretty normal for the most part. I grew up in fort McMurray, Alberta, which is the oil patch 5 hours north of Edmonton, Alberta, where I reside now. And it's really a town that is characterized by a lot of boom bust type cycle. And a lot of drug culture. And so growing up there, it was really kind of in your face. A lot of social challenges and things that people were dealing with, but it was also at the same time this little kind of family community, or at least tried to be..
"prostitution" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is a Bloomberg business flesh Bump it back to European headquarters here in London I'm Carolina with this pinball radio business flash where watching bond markets with bond yields jumping inflation concerns mounting Chinese both slowing down U.S. yields on the ten year trade upward more than two basis points one spot 5 9 7 Heading in a similar direction up by one and a half basis points negative 15 basis points UK guilt yields at 1.1% on the ten year Yeah concerns essentially around searching energy prices This also as we see WTI crude features up by 1.1% 8.9 5 46 Bitcoin is up close to 5% since 2330 You've got a new futures ETF expected perhaps to start business as soon as today and also in terms of the futures for the stock market open LVMH results last week How good can this earnings season be for European stocks You still see two features currently down by four tenths of 1% S&P 500 even features softer three tenths of 1% and we have a stronger dollar up a quarter of 1% on the bib bag dollar spot in desk That is a pretty big radio business flash that is the end garand with more global news this one by the end Caroline good morning and thank you Spain could outlaw prostitution after its prime minister pledged to balance in the country speaking to supporters at the end of his Socialist Party three day Congress in Valencia Pedro Sanchez said the practice enslaves a woman the sex industry has boomed there since prostitution was decriminalized in 1995 It is thought there are around 300,000 sex workers in the country Now in India at least 27 people have died in flash floods that of third through Kerala state 5 children are among those who've been killed at least 12 people have been reported missing days of heavy rainfall in Kerala has caused a landslide in the Indian military has now joined those rescue efforts And Netflix's squid game will create almost $900 million in value for the company according to figures seen by Bloomberg The South Korean smash hit stands out since it cost us $21.4 million to produce Netflix stock has climbed nearly 7% since the show's September 17th release and even investors critical of the company expect it will either lift its performance or the third quarter or its forecast for the fourth quarter if not both Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries and Leanne guerin's this is Bloomberg Yusef Remember about a week or two ago.
"prostitution" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"prostitution" Discussed on No Jumper
"Money That never of your brain really no no. Do you still feel like you can enjoy sex with other guys. Yeah i do okay. I ain't good. Because i feel like that might go away at some point or at least that's what i'd be. Yeah i mean it's literally like it's like going into the office mike. It's literally like it's it's it's two different having sex with like you know your man or whoever and having sex with a client like doing your job. It's like it's hard to explain of you. Had a man of you had men in your life that we're your man. There were actually understanding about your job or do they. Usually i assume most of the guys you end up dating are probably also sort of involved in this line of work as pepsi or as sure. Yeah i mean i can't. It can't be know square. But yeah i'm just going to answer the first one i'm gonna go into that one The times that i have been with like squares They just it's just not meant to be like they just see you as like They kind of see it as a hustle too much and we see our job as a hustle but it really comes together with the lifestyle. Like if you're making the money but you don't have the lifestyle part and it's kinda like osha. Activity popped out since you love. Sorry if you don't have like two two of them together then it's kinda like it square. Now you're a square like living. Somebody's lifestyle that say that somebody offered you a job tomorrow and you could make. I'm trying to pick a good number. You make fifteen hundred dollars a week at this job. Rather be the hustle. Even if it was enough money you could have in it. You can have your farm and you can have your own little life. You could get a boyfriend you you know nabi involved in all this bullshit No i mean it's only love see kids. It's only because it's i mean it's a depends i mean now i just can't i just can't i just can't i lead hustle man. I mean it's not only that it's just like people in the game. We think outside the box we just do not have time for the norms. Like at all. We don't do the norms that nine five shea you give me a paycheck set No i need new money. Every day. right types it. I'm kinda even film like if you work on and only fans the fact that you get paid once a month would still be still be. I go make some money moves. Right is like i know a lot of fans still strip for like o.'neil yeah stripping or anything. I was in shipping classes. But i just got a little distracted. But i'm gonna go back but i don't want to go to the strip club if i don't know how to dance dance because i noticed that the girls that make the most they dance like they can actually dance on the pole and they have a mouthpiece. Yeah there's always certain girls ship club that are like hotter than everyone else more like able to do physically more stuff in girls doing crazy pull ups and share. And i'm like oh fuck. They're like really working out before they go to work. I guess yeah. I mean like i went to one strip club one time in atlanta and i'm a female but i'm pretty sure it's the same for men and the girls around. They were like all torquing they big. Booties too and i was like okay. I look good but there was like the skinny girl on pole and she was dancing and looking real beautiful and all the energy was gravitated towards her And i don't know what it is but it just works better. You know how to work that pole. That's fair do you think prostitution should be legalized. Of course it needs to be. I mean there's no fucking point if you legalize it and you know The girls they could get tested. It should be like mando mike mandatory for them to get tested they we should have like laminated cards. And shit saying that. We're sex workers They should have brothels to make it makes it way might safer. Take the kids out of it right. One of the main benefactor violence endanger out of this make tax money tax the fuck and prostitution money all of a sudden. That's that'd be huge meant to amsterdam and it's like in the red light district. It's all these little boots and just girls just sitting there. They'll try to seduce you. Get you try to talk to you a little bit. And then they got like a little bed and back. I didn't actually take part but my friends told me all about it. They little bit and back. Go in there fucking camera in the corner so the shit out of you. Then there's security that'll rushing bat. I mean it felt like about the best system that you could have designed for this in terms of keeping the girls safe keeping the guy safe to the guy who knows right to it makes us so the. Yeah you have a part of the city where this is going on in some people might not wanna go there but you can just go there. But it's not like random parts of the city just becoming crazy as right. It's like as why i really don't understand. Let's i feel like them. Having prostitution illegal is like for like a bigger like raisin like egotistical from the government. i don't. I don't fucking know but it's like if he wanted the kids out of it just legalize it like like you know i'd say simple because then i wouldn't be on the streets and then the little girls can't go to the streets and try to make some money real quick got to go to the brothel fill and fill it out weirdo too. Because then they're still going to be people. Don't wanna pay kids especially so where. Where does that go. I don't know it's just fucking humans for you know what i don't know say never going to be able to take care of the problem. One hundred percent in terms of the bad sides of it But at least it would be a step in the right direction. You know we'd all them bullshit ass tricks get the real ones coming in. You know your thoughts about becoming like a youtube or anything. Like i have i. Actually i feel like i'm pretty boring. No to whole lot of boring girls were born than you are. I just didn't know what to talk about. But i mean this is your third interview right right. I mean right. I keep seeing you get better on camera. I felt like i. When i was was pretty bad. And then the second one was better way better than any of them i saw like. She's in better on camera inky and it is a big step though to set up the camera. Yourself and your room but in your iphone fucking sit there and talking to your phone make fifty videos before you pull it out to have a youtube channel already. I haven't already my manager. He has it like set up I think it's called beautifully scarred or something that was supposed to be like a project I wanted to do like this. Joscelyn's cabaret thing. But like i wanted to all the girls to be like real hookers. Mike rail hookers royal bitches. I've been down on the track and to get them in the house and to like email give them some something special at the end for a little prize. But that's the idea..
"prostitution" Discussed on No Jumper
"Make the most money really well and i have like a really baby face. That's interesting dan. So that's that's got to be like one of the biggest fetishes I mean you already know that shit. I guess like you don't really know because it's like it's like a child. Porn section born hub. Was that would be the most popular section which is like act really tells you all you need to know teen is like you know. That's like the biggest. i mean. there's obviously not illegal shit is so popular. I mean that that tells you all you need to know exactly. They bay like that shit. I mean i don't know what to say like i i am. That's the only reason why there really is wise to protect the little girls but They begin on us. And it's like we're adults and we're just out here trying to get a bag you know so. It's pretty unlikely you don't consider a really much of a possibility that you could get arrested on a given night now though i mean the last time i got arrested was like a couple months ago. I like god in the car with the trick And he was about to give me the money and then they pulled up. And i was like oh shit. Well i'm gonna get out. I got the car. Because one time i was on a day and they pulled up when i just got out the car and they let me go but they were like now like you need to put your hands behind your back. They searched his car. He had like a whole aka in there. You cannot be them. They started speaking spanish. They started speaking spanish and they let him go. Go with the ak ak. Oh my god. Lapd yep yeah but they picked you up yeah. They took me to jail at night. And then you have to pay a ticket or deal with anything or is it just now. They're literally petty. It's like it's like a sign out. It's a it's a automatic release. You wait like you go in there We had to weigh lately like to pick up at least ten prostitutes so they can get a really good bus so they can get they they taxpayers money. All at once. You know boko bunk. Right get him. I guess they gotta do it. Because otherwise if there were no arrests for prostitution in a certain area then it's going to be like you guys aren't doing your job. We see those some of them even though. Obviously there's problem is just never going to go away right. That's literally have to make arrests like it's on their checkmark list so we way we usually have to wait until i twelve one in the morning and then they releases which is so weird. Because it's like if you guys really cared about the well being as them. Why would she release this at two am where the still plenty of probably naked from being out on the track. Pick you up and your nagin and they lay out. You're still basically right. Yeah that is weird as as a police officer to like. Let a person leave your right least station given the nudity. Also not legal. Let me ask you this. How did you end up on software underbelly. And how's your life changed. Since you've got that level of notoriety. I got on soft white underbelly From i just am. I was referred to it because my story was like you know. I mean on his channel. It's like you know pretty depressing. And a good way though. But he's got like some crazy shit on their. You know all the gritty shit. And i guess mine was like my story was like compatible with his With his channel. So i went on there the first one. I didn't really do much. But the second one did. And then. That's when i decided to start my only fans which is royalty supreme. Okay to start my only fans. And i started my instagram. Which is three hundred and four and i started my business which is my online business which is three hundred and four to three or four. Is your brand name okay. Yeah means how were upside down on the calculator. Okay go yeah. I knew to be something like the texts entering now. Okay yes. I'm sure you had a lot of people reaching out so you know that you're in this line of work. I really just got recognition from like people in my lifestyle like the girls the pens they were all like. Oh you know like she's a cool how you know. But i didn't get much like notoriety from like regular people. I mean i did for like the tricks. Watch his show. I got like some people on my only fans from that in my instagram but Yeah what are your dreams in terms of your life in general. Do you wanna fully leadership behind. Like if you're only fans were to take off and you're to make you know even a couple of thousand bucks a month would you just be like fucking him on doing this. Shame i mean. Yeah like yeah. I'm definitely ready for the new chapter in my life like I've been home for three years now and this shit like by the time girl. Twenty one in this game. She's old right like she's like ancient damn near tolling you it does. What do you feel like it's mostly mensa. I feel like i'm thirty. Like just like all the physical activity. I've done all of like the traumatic shit. Like some of the shit. That i've seen is like i'm so used to it now but to the normal person i would definitely say like prostitutes go through traumatic shit every day like just weird shit that normal people don't see in it's like were desensitized sympathize. Shit it takes on you after a while. You know like just the street part. I'm i'm ready to like elevate from that you know. I'm always going to remember where i came from lena. I always going to remember that. I started off as a streetwalker girls. Probably think about the idea of a random guy putting their digging them for money and it's like the a horrible idea like sounds traumatizing. You don't seem like you really look down on it. The way a lot of people in society i mean. That's how i mean. I'm not gonna lie like when when i wasn't a prostitue i had that same idea so i i don't even get mad when they be like that because i'm like you've never caught a day before so i'm not even gonna like you don't even know what it feels like to be like a an atm. You like literally look past that like it's so weird it's like you look past it. Your brain shuts down when you're on the actual date but is that a good thing that the way they make money basically completely socialize like i don't know it's just like we just don't think about it that way we don't think about like oh i'm like i don't like when i go on a date i don't like see as i'm like really fucking this guy like i'm really getting it in with him now. I'm going on a date. I'm about to get this money You never had a sexual experience enjoyed from all this like with someone who's not atrache bad but if you have nothing to do with like my job or you never never enjoyed it when for.
"prostitution" Discussed on No Jumper
"I just i kinda did it to myself a little bit like when i think about it. I was like extremely rebellious against my mom like it started out small. I just wanted to smoke. We my friends and god side and she would be like no and so i would just take it to another level sneak out you know little flex shit and i started running away and ages like got longer and longer periods of time so that would be gone tour with all right. I'm just not gonna come back right so when you look back at it now what you feel like you're running away from. Did you feel like you were escaping. Anything particularly cantona. Shut up in I was just really lost. Is a kid i i was just really lost it was. I don't know. I have no explanation. I was just like really filling through the world. I was like had not growing up with your real family. Can kinda like fuck up your mental and it can kinda make you feel like who am i. You know So i was just out there. Trying to figure out who i was and i kinda just like got ran through like just did bikes. It got into drags you know. Even though later thing now. Like when i was like a teenager i was just smoking meat and drinking after third. Hoeing like when i was eighteen Addicted to crystal for like a year. I just got clean in like april. Really those good to hear. Because i was watching the interview. Or you're talking about Yeah yeah. I just got clean in april right when you look back at it now. Do you feel like you were just looking for somebody to love you wholeheartedly. Do you feel like you always had a hole in your heart. They just never felt like someone really keep one hundred percent was therefore you. Yeah yeah that and it was just like i just really alone in the world like it wasn't even like i was looking for anybody who was like i accepted the fact that there was nobody out there for me and it was just like fuck. Everybody fuck which you got to say you feel i do whatever the fuck i want period you know so sorry about you in this Guy that you're seeing or whatever like how do you end up leaving kansas city. Where do you go. I love kansas city like because my adoptive parents got divorced. And so you weren't hauling there. No haunting until i was seventeen and so i was normal kid all the way up until like fifteen that i met this guy. He was like twenty at the time and I started hanging out with him. He was like this mexican. like skater. Dude from san diego. He used to watch your show all the time archer. He's watch your show all the time. And i was like hanging out with him for like two or three years like just living life smoking. We not doing shit and then we broke up. And then i had nowhere to go so it was like Berko i'm broke his bond piece. Thome jumper fan broke his bond. Ps and he was so upset like that morning and we were perfectly good like before it happened and he went in the bathroom. I broke his bond piece. He came out house. Like i break. You're buying pc's like oh you bits like pay for my shit. I'm like oh man. I don't know what to do like i'm seventeen. I don't have any like and it's not like he liked. Claimed me as his girlfriend because it was like really weird. He was like fighting himself. 'cause he was like and his twenties and i was like a kid and he was like he tried to like cover it up and say he's just helping me because i had like a troubled home and that was like his but that lasted for two years so i think he was just kind of use that too so i mean he was like fucking on me so i would say that we eat out if it was really a good samaritan thing than you didn't have to you know. Get there reminding a girl that she comes from trouble passed over and over as a way to sort of like have more control over. How this little savior complex. May he do that a lot. Like all the time. Like i'm here was like it's not even like he helped me 'cause we reporters fuck. It was just like a distraction better than going home. I guess at the time wrote for the new year's break up when i was walking 'cause this was in san diego i live. I grew up in san diego. I was walking. I caught the trolley. I went downtown. And this guy this like old guy he was like. Oh you're cute. Do you wanna make some money. And i was like no like i'm not a prostitute urine thought of it up to that point. I did but i try to stay away from it because it took me a while to like Up into that point to be like okay. I need to do this. Because i have no other option. Now i mean like i fell in love with my job. Didn't like empowers me. Because i do it. There's levels to this shit but At the time. I was like no like a prostitute. I just thought of is like a crackhead. That's like forty with no teeth. Like fucks spur. Forty and shit. You know shit like at to the shoes like no. That can't be me. that just can't be me. that was just my. That's the society's mindset of prostitute. You know and i was like it's just not for me but he was like you know i'll i'll give you some money. I was like. I have nowhere to go like. I literally had nowhere to go. So i did my first day I think he gave me like a hundred dollars. He gave room for the night. It was like five minutes. Quake was fast. I use a condom. My first time in every other time after that but i just hear like stories girls are like i didn't know what to do i and i'm like how do you not know this is a stranger ratchet up and i did that and the next day i had like already spent the hundred dollars shit like that. I was seventeen so it was. I think i bought like a fucking outfit and some food right. And i was like well shit. I need more been a hotel room the next night to right right and so i met this pregnant girl on the trolley. And she was like she was like with these two guys and She was a hoe and she was like you'd be hired. And i was like you know i'm trying to get into it. You know and she was like okay. Well i could show you. So she took me to the track there and And national city in san diego. I got down for the first time. And she showed me the end now. She was like you know. Don't get any black guys. I can't believe the way you say that like it's the most obvious fucking rule. It really is. When i heard you say that a couple of times like i have a group chat and i'm in with a three four black men that i'm friends with and i thought about texan them about that. And then i was like i don't feel like explaining because yeah they usually are like. Oh it's like bitch you're black like why why not. But it's like. I just don't want to do business with you. Said that they're just always on some trip in use..
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"Right so for the people who haven't seen your interviews with him so far just sorta start from the beginning. Where are you from exactly. And what was your childhood years like. I'm from kansas city missouri. i was adopted on i was like i My doctor parents. They were kinda like i. They took care of me. i had. I definitely wasn't like poorer or anything. But they like lacked the emotional like the emotional parenting part. It was blacking very hard. And were you the only you the only adopted kid in the house. Now there was there was three of ice. Here is actually like five total but they feared they didn't workout. That's kind of weird to me like. Why would you adopt kids or a bunch of kids. If you're going to not really be super involved. Well my mom she likes. She couldn't have kids like so. I guess she was like. Oh i'm gonna have some. Because and plus they get a check so they do a down. I thought people had to pay a lot of money. adopt kids. now get a check until you're eighteen years old. So did you ever get the. That might like why they were doing this. I mean my mom loves me. We'll see lengthy but she just. I don't know i guess it's like i can understand. I wouldn't be able to connect with something that's like not. They didn't come out of me like that. Like i love you but it's kind of like you know are thinking about all the time because now i have my nine month old and You know. I think adopting a kid is like probably one of the most noble things that you could do. I mean you're literally a kid who presumably anything could happen to him who knows they have no certainty towards what their life is going to be like. And then you're taking on that responsibility. I didn't even think about the fact that you could be getting paid for it. But i mean i think it's extremely noble thing to do but then the same time i mean. My kid looks like me kid. Regardless of the fact that she was like asian like asian with three black kids but her her husband was black. And like it's weird because and the system you can't really like they try not to like place them with families on our same ethnic groups they're like oh asian. Mom baghdad is just give him some black kids 'cause we had like a white girl but they took her away because they were like. Oh culture differences. Did you think that they're really work. Culture differences. I loved her was brooklyn she was like i was really sad. An entre just gonna like. I mean yeah you are what race you are your culture. You don't really know where your culture is until you get your culture from who you're raised by. Wear your raced right right right. That's what i think. The system is like really. It's really rigs. Because i've seen like shit on twitter to where people are like. Oh white people who adopt little black kids from ethiopia and shit our fucked up because they just want to have a cute little black. The best lives close. I had a foster mom. She was like white and she had like ten cats one big ass dog and she was the best so i wish i was adopted by her. She was lit affiliate bringing race into the adoption thing. If you're adopting a kid. I'm sure there's bad people do it but to me. It's a pretty heroic thing to do what you're doing something incredible for that kid and like yeah. If you're from a different culture like okay that might be sometimes inconvenient. Who gives a fuck. I mean i just feel like as long as you're like financially stable because sometimes they give like they put kids in homes with people who are like regular people like still are struggling some like. Why would you do that. I feel like they should be like you know above middle class at least have their shit together. That makes sense okay so lacking in emotional support. At times you're bringing you would say but not full on abuse. So how like when i was twelve day to like my is in a way that wasn't understandable at all. It was just really weird. Hello veered but just lasted for like. He made me eat like peanut butter jelly sandwiches for like a year straight. Why so punishment. Yeah was failing math. Yes sometimes i worry about these people who can't some weird as like a c- right but wasn't good enough right. He was like a christian. Like really big on that perfection. I'm freezing shivering can Can we turn the ac down. So it's not as cold. Sorry about the or. I don't know if you're married to that top could just give you my jacket. Can we do that. Jackie a gentleman. I am here. Thank you go down for the classes thing. I've ever done this book guests. Thank you Okay so really why. I'm okay no more serving. Was there a certain point where you became aware that you are adopted and i did it slowly. Start to like change. I thought like we do remember up to a certain point. You thought you were their kid. I always knew that. I was like 'cause i left my mom when i was about two. Maybe three and i went to go live with because my mom. She had me when she was fifteen. She was in foster care. And i went to the foster mother that raised her. I went to go live with her for a little bit. And then i just kept going into homes and i finally got adopted when i was like seven i was well aware oko. They changed my last name in kindergarten. Everything right and okay so fast forward When you get a little bit older and you decided that you wanted to go off on your own. How did this happen yet. A boyfriend right. I had a boyfriend. Okay like how. I started like hoeing. Or you're just go out of control at home that eventually led up to you leaving. I feel light..
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"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
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"Even though there's a name for happens me so it's not just that sex trafficking is moving through the state of maine but it's often beginning there with victims who are often women and girls with low income being taken into the sex trade and traffic from maine to other states. That's right you could think of it as like you know. The the beginning of what is underground network. That franz all the way down the east coast and throughout the country trafficking is a legal definition involves force fraud or coercion by another person. Who's benefiting from the person being sold for sex. I get asked. A lot is i. Don't people leave if the pimp is threatening your your siblings your pets your mom and dad or somebody that whenever a pimp needs to use to hold you captain. I've that's through love if that's through fear and torture. They're going to do that to keep a lot of times. We'll we'll hear victims that are rescued when they're on the nineteen twenty year old and they've been in traffic in bondage since they are nine and ten a lot of vulnerable people and communities a lot of lgbtq members a lot of women and girls and immigrants or the people who are often coerced into sex trafficking. Liz you've been reporting on a legislative. Push to try to help victims of sex trafficking maine. By changing the way the state treats prostitution criminally. What exactly would this bill have done. So the bill is intended to Partially decriminalised prostitution with the goal of helping people that are trapped in the sex trade. So it would do that. By reducing criminal penalties for those who sell sex at the same time increasing punishment for people purchasing sex. So measure like this would legalize the industry of sex work but it would decriminalize offenses committed by people who have been sold into the sex trade. That's right and it would also provide career opportunities in social services for those survivors as well to help them. You know get back on their feet. Once they escape the sex trade. You mentioned that. There's a debate within the anti trafficking advocacy community over. What exactly is the right approach to the issue. What is the argument for a measure. Like this one that partially decriminalizes prostitution so advocates. that are pushing what's called this equality model. Believe that the best way to help survivors is to take away the fear of criminal punishment and prosecution to be able to tell them. If you come forward you're not gonna get jail time. You're not going to get fines. Instead we're going to help you get back on your feet And it would also increase punishments for pimps and traffickers and sex buyers To put the you know more of the the punishment on them they are the ones who are perpetrating. This underground network not dissect sellers themselves But you know there's some people's advocates actually within the anti-trafficking community that believe that it would actually entice more people to engage in In prostitution or you know be involved in sex trafficking Because it would take away the punishment so on tuesday. The governor of maine. Janet mills came down against this. Bill vetoed it. What did she say ultimately swayed her against it. She said that she wasn't convinced that the bill provided the best path forward in dealing with means major trafficking problem and she was swayed by some divisions within the anti trafficking community in maine in particular Who were afraid that sex traffickers could use partial decriminalization as a way to entice more people into the trade she thought those pimps and traffickers would be able to tell people. You know what you're doing is not a problem. It's not against the law. You're safe Which is a belief that other advocates. Think as you know a real misconception. So we've been focusing on maine here because as advocates. Put it to you. If this were signed into law would have been huge. But you've also reported that this is part of a nationwide push and other areas have considered or implemented big changes to the way they treat prostitution and try to fight sex trafficking. Where else are we seeing similar efforts. So we've seen legislation that adopts this equality model that failed in maine be introduced in states like new york in louisiana. Those states that have very major trafficking problems But neither of those bills have advanced. The main bill was truly a landmark and not it was passed by the legislature. But just last week actually a few days. Before governor mills vetoed the main bill hawaii enacted a law that also attempts to help sex trafficking survivors doesn't go as far as the main bill. But what it does is it removes the statute of limitations for sex trafficking on that timeframe was previously six years and it also decouples sex buyers from people selling sex before this law was enacted. Those two were inflated in alleged offenders could be found guilty of the same crime it would start to recognize that you know the people who perpetrate sex trafficking are not necessarily the sex sellers but actually the pimps and traffickers themselves so while it does not partially decriminalize sex selling In you know survivors of the sex trade on it provides one step forward to perhaps eventual partial decriminalization given the fact that hawaii passed this law and the main lawmakers at least approved the measure fair but then also the fact that it was eventually vetoed. And you know. There's this debate over the best approach to fighting trafficking. What do advocates say is next here because we are in a lotta ways seeing a shift in the way people think about these issues right. We definitely are a huge reason. Why this mean bill passed is because of the work of advocates for these victims and lawmakers Who have been really focused on dispelling myths about sex trafficking and that's led to a major change in the way that the public thinks about the realities of this network But you know part of the difficulty in dealing with this problem is Prostitution is regulated by the states taking a state-by-state approaches. How you come back the issue. It's not really going to happen. On capitol hill in washington. It's going to happen in a piecemeal. Approach across the country in legislation was considered the best way forward. But with this this veto. I think it's going to send a lot of people back to the drawing board about. How can we help survivors of sex trafficking. Get them out of this in really reduce the.
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"Smaller scale at the tackling the largest threats and not every threat and organized crime has significantly evolved since the days of old a lot of times how they operate is they've leveraged their symbiotic relationships with local officers little businesses or maybe a corrupt the nba official. That can get a driver's license things like that. It's not at highest level with the kings and the queens and the diplomats be would get certain favors is very very much local and when you stop wondering another one can easily pop up instead of new york. Maybe it's in texas moves in california. What i'm saying is the way organized. Crime has developed. They're constantly want steppers is too easy to move. Because they're such a small group of people as as large as it is compared to the entire fbi organization and the detectives and they have to put in to stop these international crimes. They're very small and they're very nimble right. They can constantly change for once group cub and one city to another. So that's one level. I'm going to talk about what they're doing. Well leader and what they can do to improve for. The second thing is the specific immigration system that we have. How did they commit these visa frauds right so unlike the fbi consular officers the people who are checking the visas issuing visas. They're not trained or tasked with trying to combat organized crime. They're trained to review a form and application and check out some of the red flags and if it's clean than they issued a visa and they come in now. It might be very easy to say. Well why would you make you know. Process a lot more stringent. It's actually already extremely stringent. If you're looking at the visa application you have to fill out you know where your parents live who your parents are your children where they go to school your work. You have to your financial information. It's kind of like combining a mortgage application with a job application with a background application. You can imagine how in depth it is and you have to go through a personal interview and do background checks before you get a visa to be able to allowed in the country so it's actually quite difficult to get that visa but that doesn't mean there's people who take advantage of the loophole in the system to get the fraudulent means so you're saying a lot of people who came here for a camp counselor so allow those are. Jv says or seasonal workers. Those are h. visas so when you put together an application and with these criminal organizations i'm sure they know how to put together a application as sophisticated as in depth as it is to pass through the radar without being flagged and if the us makes it a lot more stringent while than other people other normal real seasonal workers. Can't get them. He said there's a lot of people who are ready perfectly cleaning good and can't get visas right so you make it extremely difficult than our economy will shut down and so we cannot make that hard. That's the first part about this whole visa process people who are not in the us getting these visas and then coming through and then at the airport the immigration officer asked. Why are you coming to the country and you have like a quick one minute conversation and then you're allowed in and a lot of these people end up staying long-term illegally doing unlawful work illegal worked and then being able to get a fake green card in stay here and continue to be victims of this entire crime and your question is how can we stop it. I think one of the first things to recognize is that this is a very much business operation. These mafia is doing it not because they want to exploit children but because it's very profitable. How do you stop a business from being profitable. You can make the process a lot more expensive so that it's not as profitable and i think that is what the. Us government did in the past decade before the immigration system was all in wedding. The ins and it makes sense. Things are a lot more efficient. You apply for a visa. He go through one agency. You hip work and now it's largely split into three with overseeing powers and it's extremely not efficient and you wonder why did they do that. And this is actually part of the reason. Why so. I go through the state department. You go through the embassy and consulates abroad and if they don't issue the visa there's actually no judicial authority to sue them and so that's entire different branch of government issuing the visa that when they come through the border. It's a police officer. It's an immigration officer. They can review the entire immigration application. You already got visa already. Got approved but they can revoke the on the spot at the airport with a secondary interview. And that's a with a policing power as well and that's scary but people at the airport had the power to cpi then after coming in if you want to stay he change your from you. J. visa to a bbc or you come in as a tourist and you want to get a green card you have to follow adjustment of status then filing with another department and then they review your application before the issue so three separate agencies all with their own unique power all with their own insight into your background why is it so inefficient white purposely separate it and i think one of the reasons why is it makes things a lot more complicated if you are the mafia if you are in organized crime and you want to take advantage of this system and trafficking of people in person well if you bribe the one officer before well then suddenly it becomes very efficient now. You might have to do it three times so you have to have your you know foreign office. Prepare the application train. The applicant to get the visa. Then help them get through. The airport situation might be easy but it could be difficult. We've seen a lot of cbp. Officers revoked visas revoked. Green cards and get them sent back because they also have policing authority and because see the past records and that's only recently in the past few years before they couldn't but the system is becoming much more interconnected and so now they have that policing authority and then when physically here the us. Since obama and president trump they created a lot more agencies to detect fraud. So when you try to summit paperwork before maybe there's no interview now there's interview before it takes three months. Somebody just looks up at behavior and immediately sends that were permitted green card. Now if you take a lot longer so it makes things more complicated. A lot more friction. Another thing i think our agencies are doing really well is getting the systems to be interconnected and leveraging that bake data so getting all the biometrics getting all the facial recognition checking all these points and having red flags pop up on the system without manually and human efforts to check. I think getting other countries to participate with our programs and linking the systems really help combat these crime. We're in the transition phase in the way technology in our world is governed. There might be a lot of loopholes now. But with leveraging ai leveraging technology. We're really going to be able to combat a lot of these crimes. Maybe five years from now ten years from now and the. Us is such a small country. There's all these international organizations that want to take advantage invade attack all of these problems in the fbi with limited resources they have have to combat the rest of the world in a sense and it's extremely extremely difficult and let alone the officers themselves rate freshly trained maybe couple minds and another review application. What makes it extremely difficult. This case specifically is that everything is orchestrated these women when they're applying for a visa. They are in covert with the organized crime. Maybe they're deceived but nonetheless they are saying what has been prepared for them. Just like what you said a lot of these criminals. they are looking at the airports. Well that means when these women applied for the jobs there were telling the truth when they're going through the airport there were telling the truth so if there was a lie detector test they would pass all of it when the exit and picking up their bags denny change her said that's because they change their mind. That's all perfectly legal now. What they change their mind to do. Suddenly they become victims. They get trapped in the system. Maybe they're under threats maybe. The mafia's learning their family back at home. So they're worried but that's different situation than they get traffic from abroad all the way over right so what i would recommend to these women or if anybody knows somebody who's trapped into system. They are forced to work. Unlawfully under the table is that there is this you visa that exists in our immigration system. If you have a specific information and you yourself your traffic in if you provide this information to us intelligence you will get a green card and you will be protected. I've done a few cases that are like this. Okay so i. I know how it is to work with the fbi worth worked with the agencies. A lot of people are under threat because they feel like if they don't continue to work they won't be able to get a visa. They won't be able to get a green card. A lot of these criminal organizations are promising. Will if you continue to work for just another two years. I'll bring your family over or i'll be able to get you the green card and then you can save then you can leave. So they're under this false impression and under threat also if they don't comply then everything will be cut off and they are scared but if they know the provide. us intelligence with this key info then themselves can get a green card and their family can get a green card then it relieves law that but a lot of people just don't know that so that is the way the us intelligence is these organized crime providing away so that the victims themselves can help themself that they can provide intelligence and they can work as a witness to the crime because again the fbi is not interested in just shutting down another club. They want to combat this entire organization. Go all the way to the top right. And that's what the the rico wall was created. Four yeah so interesting. I really makes sense to me that the knowledge of help being available can be really empowering even when you find yourself in a really scary situation. So that's something that can really help people who may find themselves here but then also how what may think of bureaucracy and the takes a million years to get through. Immigration is actually a protection for people who are in trouble. That's really interesting to me. You know with one criminal act. It can get a whole bunch of people in the organization in the track. So that's the goal. Thank you so much joseph. That definitely a lot of late for me on. What's going on behind the scenes and from your perspective not just from an ordinary citizen looking at the aftermath of a crime. The government is actually doing alive to help people in these situations and to prevent this sort of international crime. And it's complex. It's not just one gates one form. There's all of these layers meant to protect us and protect people. So thank you for explaining that and talking through it and really showing us what actually is going on behind the scenes in cases like this and that there's probably hundreds of cases like this but we're working at a broader level. We're working at a higher level to stop it from from the top. And then on your way down but i honestly especially love how you were able to bring it back to to the individual to the women to people who are trapped in this situation or people like you and the ordinary person who's not involved in government work or not seeing these things in their life that we're actually empowered to do something to make change that there's things like the uvc able to people in this exact situation so again. Thank you for your time. Thank you for really just shedding light on the issue and on things that do need to change but then also on what we're doing currently to stop it and how the government is doing that and at the same time we can work together with one another to bring about change so thank you so much for your time. I feel empowered. I hope our listeners. Feel empowered you feel empowered. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it being here. Many things to joseph for our conversation today after hours the podcast by saying in associates an international firm dedicated to solving legal problems with creative solutions. If you enjoyed today's episode of after our you will find these conversations and more on youtube spotify and apple podcasts. For information on staying in associates go sang's law dot com feel free to connect with us on instagram and facebook as well learn more about what we do. 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"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox each weekday morning visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news discerned differently. There was a time when christian faith was central to culture in our lifetime. We've seen religion become peripheral a personal opinion. We are told to keep to ourselves now. Many our culture view biblical morality as dangerous to society we are accused of being bigoted and discriminatory legal challenges to religious. Liberty are mounting. Yet the further our society moves from biblical truth. The more people will hunger for biblical truth so today. Would you please pray about how god might have you link arms with the denison forum to reach a one hundred fifty thousand dollar goal by june thirtieth so that together we can share this truth. The impact of your gift will be doubled by a seventy five thousand dollars matching grant. If god leads you to give please do so today at daily article dot org. That's daily article dot org. Thank you for your partnership at this important time in his sermon. Learning in wartime cs lewis stated. Good philosophy must exist if for no other reason because bad philosophy needs to be answered for christian seeking to influence our secular culture this often entails utilizing secular arguments for spiritual ends for example. Consider the growing movement to legalize prostitution oregon's house. Judiciary committee is currently considering a bill. That would decriminalize so-called sex work. The aclu has come out in support of this movement. When vice president kamala harris was running for president in two thousand nineteen she voiced her support as well advocates claim that criminalization of prostitution contributes to community violence propagates crime blocks access to public health. Resources is an ineffective deterrent to participation in sex work and is deeply harmful to sex workers. They add that criminalising sex work causes workers to fear the police making them less likely to ask for help. If they faced danger from a client they say it also makes it harder for sex workers to access healthcare welfare benefits and social services however supporters of decriminalizing sex work should acknowledge the risks for sex workers a self-described famas rates that prostitution is inherently abusive and cause and consequence of women's inequality one study of prostituted women nine countries found that seventy to ninety five percent were physically assaulted. Sixty to seventy five percent were raped and eighty nine percent told researchers that they urgently wanted to escape prostitution. In addition the us department of state warns that where prostitution is legalized tolerated. There is a greater demand for human trafficking victims and nearly always an increase in the number of women and children trafficked into commercial sex slavery a study published by the harvard law. School reported that countries with legalized prostitution are associated with higher human trafficking. Inflows then countries where prostitution is prohibited. Let's consider another example of using secular arguments in the secular culture to advance a spiritual outcome. A physical education teacher recently made national headlines when he spoke against policy of firming gender transition by children he was subsequently placed on leave from his job. A court reinstated him. But the obvious threat to those who stand against this tide is clear. Glenn t stanton the director of family formation studies at focus on the family rights in the federalist that science is clearly on. The teacher's side studies show that seventy five to ninety percent of children's struggling with gender. Dis fauria confusion over their gender identity revert to identifying with their natural sex and gender by puberty however when adults around such children of firm. They're dysphoric by cooperating with name clothing pronoun and other identity changes they can make it exceedingly difficult for the child to revert to their natural sex identity as they desire in support of this fact stanton refers to numerous studies from prestigious centers in scholars. In the study of sexual behavior he closes by citing the work of dr kenneth zucker a professor of psychiatry at the university of toronto and the current and longtime editor of the journal archives of sexual behavior doctors ducker lead the world renown challenged youth and family gender identity clinic in toronto for decades and was selected by the american psychiatric association to chair the workgroup that developed the clinical criteria for gender dis. Fauria doctors ducker notes that the majority of young children experiencing gender dis. Fauria do not suffer from this condition when followed up in adolescence or adulthood. He therefore argues that supporting gender transition and children can often be the least attractive therapy option using evidence that will be persuasive for those we seek to persuade is a biblical strategy when paul spoke to jews thessalonica in acts seventeen to through three. He reasoned with them from the scriptures explaining and proving that it was necessary for the christ to suffer and to rise from the dead. His persuasion was effective leading a large number of people to christ verse four however when the apostles spoke to greek philosophers in athens did not quote a single verse from the bible knowing that they would reject its authority instead. He quoted the greek poets. Epping mundy's and eras once again. His persuasion was effective leading a member of the areopagus the leading intellectual group in their culture to christ. You might be thinking that. You're not the apostle paul or professional cultural apologised like glenn stanton or myself. Here's the good news. Anyone who is willing to be used by god will be used by god. You have spiritual gifts which equip and empower you for your kingdom calling for more go to our website and see my online spiritual gifts analysis. You have a lifetime of expertise and experience that can be used by the spirit to declare and defend your faith. Furthermore we can know that god will only lead us into opportunities. Were he intends to use us. He is already preparing the mind and heart of the next person he intends you to engage with biblical truth. He is already preparing your mind and heart for that engagement and the story of your personal faith is more persuasive than you might imagine when a man born blind was healed by jesus and then called by the religious authorities to account for his healing. He told them one thing. I do know that though. I was blind now i see. Has jesus opened your spiritual eyes. With whom will you share the good news today. Note for more. On god's unique call for us read my latest website article a bear on a pole and a dog hurting on a farm finding in fulfilling our mission for removing invitation to trust our fathers. Unconditional love for us read many elkins article high school principal. Marcus gauze things to graduates. God's message through music for ways to share our faith across cultures seamark legs insightful article. Two hundred fifteen children's bodies found at kamloops indian residential school morning.
Palm Beach County’s Handling of Jeffrey Epstein Wasn’t Corrupt, Florida Finds
"Prosecutors and law enforcement officials in Palm Beach county Florida have been cleared of wrongdoing in connection with their handling of registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein more than a decade ago the Florida department of law enforcement reported it found no evidence that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein who died in a New York jail in twenty nineteen had received any special treatment from the Palm Beach county sheriff's office work state attorney's office between two thousand five when a sex trafficking investigation against him began in two thousand nine when Epstein was released from jail after pleading guilty to prostitution charges both agencies have been criticized by Epstein's victims for the plea deal and his participation in a work release program that allowed him to work in his office where he had possibly engaged in the sexual abuse of underage girls the sheriff's department is still conducting an internal investigation into possible policy violations I'm Jackie Quinn
The Chinese Immigrants Who Built America
"Workers did not come sir haphazardly. From around the entire country of china they came ninety percent maybe even more from a relatively small area four counties in southern china near hong kong near macau in the early eighteen hundreds. This area was rife with conflict civil wars between different ethnic groups. The opium wars waged by the british. People could even watch the battles on sea. Between the chinese and british forces from the shoreline and in this war-torn region word began to spread about an opportunity in a particular region of the united states notion of california being go mountain became embedded and became legendary. They heard the glorious stories of wealth from just going over there and picking up gold nuggets in the streams of california soon. Many young men from this region set out for california a lot of them intended to one day. Come home sometimes. They were married. Just before say ritz. Leave because their parents wanted to make sure that they return but once they got to california there were some who were very eager and homesick and wanted to return. They had wise or sweethearts back in china and they wanted to be with them or with their parents. Others were much not so philly hill. And i so conventional but liked the money that they got in the united states the latitude or freedom. Young men van -joyed in the wild west there is lots of opium there is prostitution and there was work to be had including prospecting for gold. Which though ching notes it's draped in romanticism. Now was difficult dangerous. Work it involved moving earth using explosives and when the gold rush was winding down. Many chinese immigrants use that experience to find other work opportunities irrigation systems road systems acquiesced systems said a lot of infrastructure work and when it comes to infrastructure work there was no bigger project at the time than the transcontinental railroad. Maybe no bigger project
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation for Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits
"Burn pits have made them ill. More than three million American veterans may have come in contact with dangerous fumes while serving overseas. Get more from CBS is Kris Van Cleave. To get help from the V. A suffering veterans have to first provide a direct service connection between their ailments and burn pit exposure should not be left to veterans to dig in their own pockets, do their own research to hire their own lawyers to prove that there were exposed New legislation from New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would make the process easier. Requiring a veteran proved only they were deployed in an area where burn pits were used in order to qualify for help from the Via waste ignited by jet fuel is burned in those giant pits. Former Daily show host Jon Stewart. Is part of the effort to get the via into doing more for veterans who are exposed to the burn pits Woman from Revere, facing charges for allegedly running a prostitution business out of a day spa she owns
Associate of Matt Gaetz could cooperate with probe as part of plea deal
"Matt Gates as his longtime political ally, considers a plea deal. A close associate of congressman Matt Gates, Joel Greenberg is working towards striking a plea deal with federal prosecutors, his attorney and prosecutors acknowledged in court Thursday, potentially putting the Florida lawmaker in deeper legal jeopardy. Greenberg's potential cooperation as a witness in the Justice Department's ongoing probe into Gates could provide investigators were Important details as they examine whether the congressman broke sex trafficking or prostitution laws. Gates has denied all allegations of wrongdoing. The plea deal is not yet finalized, but according to attorneys could be resolved in a matter of weeks. Nichols Kanga CBS News Washington Now to the immigration crisis, and all time record of nearly
MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions
"Me. But this says reason magazine says but the fact that the pandemic shutdowns have corresponded to rising violent crime rates in many other. Us cities cast out on their power to explain baltimore's decrease in both Nonviolent and violent offenses in any event baltimore authorities are keen to continue the experiment. We leave behind the era of tough on crime. Crop prosecution zero tolerance policing and no longer default to this To the status quo to criminalise mostly people of color for addiction said most be in a statement. We will develop sustainable solutions in a lower public health partners to do their part to address mental health and substance use disorder. Well that's that's good. I guess i. I still don't think that someone who uses drugs or sells drugs or whatever necessarily has a substance abuse problem and it certainly is going to be true if every prostitute out there. Yeah it definitely seems like it's a bit of a stretch. Maybe maybe some of the prosecutors not there just want to do that line of work because they enjoy it at high end prostitutes man. That's certainly seems like a smart business. Move for me. If you enjoy having sex and you enjoy making money it does seem like a smart business. Move to combine those two things together. Yeah there's people who have sex addictions and if you're into that line of work and your hot you know but you can't because it's illegal for some reason and of course the next sentence is about You know an outreach program. They have for prostitutes. You like you guys are saying they're trying to say that it's like automatically a problem if you're doing prostitution in those office will be partying with the baltimore crisis response inc and other community groups including the sex workers outreach project. South provide a range of services to those who need them. 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Police officer billy evans died of his injuries sustained during the capital attack noting he was a cop there for eighteen years president biden said he and the first lady are heartbroken over the loss of officer. Evans biden incentive statement that he is receiving ongoing briefings about this from a homeland security adviser capital. Police in dc police say the suspect was after ramming his car into a capital barricade exiting the car and then lunging at the two officers while holding a knife law enforcement says the suspect was not known to them before this incident and it does not appear. The attack was related to terrorism or a specific member of congress. Jessica rosenthal fox news. The president has issued a proclamation ordering all us flags lowered to have staff and honor of officer evans capitol police. The other officer involved is in stable condition to law enforcement officers say the suspect identified as twenty five year. Old noah green who died in the attacks stabbed one of the officers and they say his background in digital footprint are being closely examined especially to see if there were any mental health issues. Major league baseball. Commissioner rob manfred has announced this year's all-star game will not be played in atlanta in response to georgia's overhauled voting law saying major league. Baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all americans and oppose restrictions to the ballot box adding fair access to voting continues to have our games unwavering support. Sox's matt napolitano georgia governor. Brian campus. David accused major league baseball. As he put it of caving to fear political opportunism and liberal lies the centers for disease control and prevention says people who are fully vaccinated against kofi nineteen can travel within the us without getting tested. America's is listening to fox news. Join over twenty. 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Matt Gaetz Shared Sex Partners' Nude Photos on House Floor
"Congressman Matt Gates reportedly showed other members of Congress photos and videos of nude women. He said he'd had sex with CNN reports that happened on the House floor. 38 year old Donald Trump supporter is now being investigated by the Justice Department on Sex trafficking allegations. Federal investigators are examining whether Gates engaged in a relationship with a woman that began when she was 17 and whether his involvement with other young women broke federal sex trafficking and prostitution laws. Gates has denied those allegations.
Baltimore drops prosecution of low-level crimes, including prostitution, drug possession
"Learned that Baltimore is ending the prosecution of low level crimes, including prostitution, drug possession, trespassing and minor traffic violations. The decision was announced yesterday by state's attorney, Marilyn Mosby. In a statement. She said America's war on drug users is over in the city of Baltimore. We leave behind the era of tough on crime, prosecution and zero tolerance, policing and no longer default to the status quo. Criminalized mostly people of color for addiction. The Hill reports. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott support that decision.
Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution, low-level crimes
"Calm prostitution and drug possession will no longer be prosecuted in Baltimore. Instead of prosecuting people for non violent crimes. Prosecutors in Baltimore will focus on felonies. State's attorney, Marilyn most be announcing today that her temporary suspension of prosecuting crimes including prostitution and drug possession during the pandemic will become permanent. The change was made last March in an effort to keep people out of jail to stop the spread of Cove it and the same time period. Violent crime went down. 20% mostly tells the Baltimore Sun they've learned there's no public safety value in prosecuting
New York City moves to dismiss hundreds of prostitution cases, decriminalize sex work
"De Blasio is directing the NYPD to stop arresting people for sex work and is also asking the state to decriminalize the conduct. If you're talking about sex work alone, Of course, I don't want to see arrests for that anymore. I want us to move to a different approach and I want the state law change. The mayor says he still wants sex traffickers to be punished, but that people who do sex work should get help and support, not criminal charges. The state is responsible for making changes to the criminal
"prostitution" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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22 People Arrested In Human Trafficking Ring Bust In New Jersey
"Authorities have busted a human trafficking and prostitution ring that stretched from North Jersey to Mexico and beyond. Law enforcement arrested more than 20 people accused of helping run the network over a several year span, including managers and drivers, who also acted as enforcers and money collectors and a $250,000 a month operation. Prosecutors say more than 50 female victims were Lord with false promises from towns in Mexico and transported through Bergen Hudson, Middlesex and Passaic County's as they were forced into prostitution aside for The North Jersey men and women arrested and two men from Queens. The accused ringleader, 61, year old Burr, Mani and Nancy Ring. Cone of Teaneck, remains a fugitive in Colombia. Agents are working to have her extradited.
"prostitution" Discussed on WTVN
"Eagle Silver dollar coins before the current design ceases production. That's 1 804 956468 Lou. Condolences continue over the death of renowned actress Sicily. Taison, Viola Davis, Kerry, Washington and Zendaya among many paying homage to Tyson after learning of her death. At age 96 on Thursday. Los Angeles County has surpassed another milestone for covert 19 deaths. Here in L. A county. The number of dead in the county alone is now over 16,000 who have died from Cove in 19, it comes as a county is pleading for more vaccine Will death numbers remain high hospitalizations and overall cases air coming down here So today, outdoor dining at restaurants can resume for the first time in a long time, and there's talk about reopening school campuses for the first time since last March. Like Stone. ABC News LOS Angeles, The Brooklyn New York district attorney is throwing out prostitution warrants. Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez is vacating more than 250 open warrants for prostitution related charges that day to 2012. The office stopped prosecuting certain prostitution crimes in 2019, and has not prosecuted anyone for engaging in prostitution during the covert 19 pandemic. Gonzalez said. It didn't make sense for someone to have an outstanding warrant for a crime he no longer prosecute, and he called on the Legislature to repeal a law that makes it a crime to loiter for the purposes of prostitution, citing what he called the stark racial inequalities and enforcement and the disproportionate harm to trans women. ABC, Zarrell or in Kentucky. This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want to know what he found?.
"prostitution" Discussed on KOMO
"That's 1 804 956468 Lou. Condolences continue over the death of renowned actress Sicily. Taison, Viola Davis, Kerry, Washington and Zendaya among many paying homage to Tyson after learning of her death. Age 96 on Thursday. Los Angeles County has surpassed another milestone for covert 19 deaths. Here in L. A county. The number of dead in the county alone is now over 16,000 who have died from Cove in 19, It comes as a county is pleading for more vaccine Will death numbers remain high Hospitalizations and overall cases were coming down here So today, outdoor dining at restaurants can resume for the first time in a long time. And there's talk about reopening school campuses for the first time since last March. Alex Stone, ABC, Nair's Los Angeles the Brooklyn New York district attorney is throwing out prostitution warrants. Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez is vacating more than 250 open warrants for prostitution related charges that day to 2012. The office stopped prosecuting certain prostitution crimes in 2019, and has not prosecuted anyone for engaging in prostitution during the covert 19 pandemic. Gonzalez said. It didn't make sense for someone to have an outstanding warrant for a crime he no longer prosecute, and he called on the Legislature to repeal a law that makes it a crime to loiter for the purposes of prostitution, citing what he called the stark racial inequalities and enforcement and the disproportionate harm to trans women. ABC, Zarrell or in Kentucky. This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want to know what he found?.
"prostitution" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Videos from a prostitution sting in Florida, where Patriots owner Robert Kraft once faced charges are set to be destroyed after a judge's order, double NBC's Jim McKay with the update. It's been nearly two years since Robert Kraft was videotaped by Palm Beach County law enforcement in that sting at the Orchids of Asia SpA, the judge in the case ruled the videos must be wiped from existence. Because the surveillance from Jupiter, Florida police was unlawful to begin with. Kraft fought his two misdemeanor counts of solicitation and won. The charges were begrudgingly thrown out by Palm Beach County prosecutors who wanted to move forward with the case. But mistakes made with surveillance in the investigation made the sting on lawful. The videos recorded had been sealed under a court order. And now they'll be destroyed. Jim McKay wbz Boston's news radio, the Baseball Hall of Fame delayed induction of the class of 2020 because of the pandemic, and today we learn more about the class of 2021. But ABC is Brian Clark reports is not clear that anyone will get in for the second time in nine years. There's a good chance there will not be any new members inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame just like the last time it happened in 2013, the most accomplished players on the 2021 ballot are Barry Bonds and Roger Clements. They have not been able to crack the required 75% of the vote, largely because of their links to allege performance enhancing drug use, also close his pitcher Curt Schilling, one of the best postseason pitchers of his generation, But he's become device. Civil among voters because of his comments on everything from politics to social issues. Other hall hopefuls include Todd Helton, Scott Rolen and Billy Wagner. Brian Clark ABC News and Coming Up on WBZ News radio at 11 o'clock, more executive orders Coming out of the new White House will tell you what they are right after this 2021 is.
"prostitution" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Good morning. It's a M Tampa Bay with vent a information and grand a fun here. It's 6 42. And if you want to get in on the conversation, call us today. 109 699352. The Hillsborough deputies we learned here now have Arrested more than 70 people in a month long undercover, prostitution sting. According to Sheriff Shed Chronis. Turkey announced it yesterday. Operation interception. It's called Which ran from December 7th of January, 9th undercovered detectives posted online ads and female detectives posed his prostitutes on the street. Resulting in the arrest of 71 men who agreed to pay for sex. And the men face charges of soliciting another to commit prostitution or entering remaining in a place for prostitution. Um, I'm gonna ask a weird question here. Prostitution on the street. I've been around in areas where you know, in bad areas, I guess you would say, I don't think I've ever in my life. Maybe I'm not looking hard enough. Seen somebody walking the street thinking that person is selling themselves for sex, but I guess it still happens. I'm just thinking about it out loud. What happens because I would think most of it now is happening on the Internet. Yeah, it's it's happening still on the street and Chronis Ter said the goal of the operations and others like it is to reduce the demand. Or prostitution as a tactic to fight human trafficking, especially in the coming weeks of Super Bowl 55. And officials say they expect an influx flocks of human traffickers into the area. Try to capitalize on the crowds who are here for the game. September 7th what crowds? Well, that's true. There are no crowds grounds. I think it's just something that happens all year long. I guess maybe more than numbers are up and they surge more hookers. But if you don't mind, I'll call them hookers. More hookers come to town to take advantage of the business and number of people that are here. But the sexual exploitation is happening all year round in every city. They say they know from past experience with major sporting events or be some who travel to take advantage. Now they're talking about taking advantage of women and Children. The men arrested arranged in age from 20 to 62. And they named a couple of them won was a firefighter here in Hillsborough County. But I'm just thinking about how would you like to be? A female detective. Having two poses a prostitute on the street. It's dangerous. I know and wait for people to come up and Prada pay you and ask you horrible things. Yes, indeed. There's something I certainly wouldn't want to have to do. I've seen tick talks of They're called Lot lizards. The ladies at truck stops, boy I'm talking about when they like. Go around. They go to different.