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Meghan Markle: The Modern-Day 'Dollar Princess'
"In the late 1800s, English nobles were facing hard economic times. The agricultural lands they held were too small to compete with the more plentiful bounties being produced by the endless waves of grain in the United States. So these once rich and powerful landlords were becoming poor by the day. Though America was the cause of their fiscal woes, she also could provide a handy solution in the form of something called dollar princesses. These were the female errors of rich American magnets and industrialists who married into English aristocracy. The English nobles got an injection of large amounts of cash and the Americans got fancy titles as a sign of elite status. There were some cultural conflicts when these commoners from the colonies invaded the exclusive circles of the aristocracy. But overall, things worked out. After all, it was the first dollar princess Jenny Jerome, who would marry lord Randolph Churchill and give birth to the man who would lead the UK as prime minister in World War II, Winston Churchill. Fast forward a century, and some change, and the situation seems to be playing itself out once more, but to an entirely different end. This time, instead of money, the marriage seems to be an attempt to inject some celebrity and Internet influencer clout into the royal family. I am speaking of the marriage of Hollywood actress Meghan Markle and prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. Meghan was born and raised in California with an acting resume that includes shows like CSI, general hospital, suits, and movies like get him to the Greek, horrible bosses, and remember me. And with a stint as a briefcase girl in deal or no deal, you would think she'd be used to being celebrity. After all, the royal job detail basically requires living in wealth and comfort while occasionally smiling and waving. But alas, such was not the life for Harry and Meghan, a mere two years later after their 2018 marriage came the megxit.
"randolph" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"7th. Find a plan that's right for you at Walgreens dot com slash Medicare. It's Brian Pak traffic and weather on the 8 sponsored by great clips and leader automotive group on the edens in about an outbound looking at about 15 minutes in either direction on the Kennedy, about 20 minutes, a little slow Randolph into the Jane Byrne interchange 20 minutes O'Hare into downtown 12 minutes Eden's junction in. On the outbound side 17 minutes going out to O'Hare on the O'Hare extension good in both directions, the Eisenhower, you're traveling at normal speeds inbound and outbound. Stevenson inbound getting heavy really just Cicero to topple lakeshore drive. That's going to take you about 15 minutes. Yeah, bears traffic. Speaking of which, on do Sabo Lake shore drive, your northbound, heavy. In fact, quite jammed from the Stevenson to bears parking, southbound, your heavy from Roosevelt to bear's parking other than that looking pretty good. Our AccuWeather forecast mostly sunny high 62, 51 now at soldier field, news radio one O 5 9 wbm. Chicago's news traffic and weather station, news radio one O 5 9 and W VM news radio dot com. I'm Rachel Pearson with the top stories on news radio, one O 5 9 wbm. One man is dead, three other people were wounded in an overnight shooting outside a river north nightclub, police say an argument started inside the business, the fight then spilled
Vermont Trans Student in Girls Locker Room Draws Outrage
"And Randolph Vermont, you have these young girls who have come out, young girl named Blake Allen and her teammates are outspoken about a biological boy going into the young girl's locker room. So this boy is now identifying as a girl. Wants to play volleyball and you have young women who are in a locker room and this is where the complaint started, they are in the locker room, they're getting dressed and getting undressed in this person walks in and they feel incredibly uncomfortable and one of the girls reported that this dude, this boy that now want to identify as a girl, is now looking at naked young girls in the locker room. I mean, she can see that his eyes and his attention is going to these young girls. This is where you, this is where it makes me mad. Because when you go through and read it, the district don't care. The district is now looking at the young girls. They're the problem. Because they're not inclusive enough. The guy has a wing. He got a wing. Why would young girls feel comfortable with this boy in there putting this junk out? I just don't understand. You know, it gets creepy, it gets stupid, it gets weird. I'm sick of it. Just like when they were when they had these football players that say, listen, let me just explain like this. When you play football, if you gay, don't say nothing. You should shut your mouth if you're in a mail locker room and you gay. Why should you shut your mouth, Brandon? Because you got other men in that naked bro, you ain't attracted to these men? And how uncomfortable would I feel knowing to my brother next to me looking at my stuff when I'm changing my clothes and I'm thinking, look, he thinking about sleeping with me.
Vermont School Bans Girls Volleyball Team From Locker Room
"Here is the headline that they mailed Vermont girls high school volleyball team. How did that happen? You know how easy it is to click on something else on a page. Vermont girls high school volleyball team is barred from their own locker room after complaining about transgender student who uses it. And who made an inappropriate remark to them. Members of the Randolph high school in Vermont volleyball team after change in bathroom stalls. No, a bathroom stall, after complaining about transgender student using their locker room. The female players claim the transgender student made a comment to them while they were changing that they found to be inappropriate. Under Vermont state law students can play sports and use the locker rooms of whatever gender with which they identify. So he was standing there naked.
HS Volleyball Team Banned From Own Locker Room Over Transgender Issue
"The local news report here. Then we're going to come back and talk about this. I'm very curious. Do you have a problem with this? Do you have in a nutshell? The girls complained and then they got punished. They were told that state law requires that young man be in this locker room and these girls were kicked out of the locker room and now all of the girls have to change clothes in a bathroom that has a single stall. Meanwhile, the transgender the dude, the boy gets the entire locker room to himself now. Let's play this, let's play this local news report from Vermont. Vermont's education policy says that students can play sports and use whatever locker room corresponds with their gender, but some members of the Randolph girls volleyball team say that they object to having one of their transgender teammates use B in the room while they change. I spoke to one of the girls. It's a huge thing. Everyone's asking, so why aren't you allowed in the locker room? High school student Blake Ellen and her teammates are currently barred from using the locker room after some of the girls on the team objected to allowing a transgender player in the girls locker room. My mom wants me to do this interview to try to make a change. Ellen says the dispute started when the trans student made an inappropriate comment while members of the volleyball team were getting changed. She says her issue is not with having the trans student on the team or at school, but specifically in the locker room. Biological boys that go in the girl's bathroom, but never a locker room situation. She says that fellow team members and parents have also raised similar concerns and have approached the school with them. They were told that under state law, the transgender student could use whatever locker room they identified with. In an email to family, school officials said that the school has plenty of space where students who feel uncomfortable with the laws may change in privacy. They want all the girls who feel uncomfortable, so pretty much ten girls to get changed in a single style bathroom, which would take over 30 minutes when if one person got changed separately, it would take a minute. No extra time. In the
Biological Female Volleyball Players Banned From Their Own Locker Room
"I just can not believe that this headline is true. And according to this headline, it says biological female volleyball players banned from locker room for feeling uncomfortable changing with the transgender teammate. Now I'm going to read the article to you. It says what happened when a high school biological female speaks up and says that she's not comfortable with biological male, a biological male changing with her in a locker room. In this case, a Vermont high school, the local school officials reportedly decided that they'll settle the issue by banning the use of the locker room. According to WCA ex and Burlington Vermont, it owes a drama erupt this season as a biological as biological females from the Randolph high school volleyball team when a biological male made inappropriate comments while changing with the biological females. If the station reported that parents and athletes raised concern with the school and that when the wheels and that's when the wheels of the transgender movement begin to roll. I'll continue to read the biological females were the problem according to the school policy.
"randolph" Discussed on WTOP
"Has died after she was set on fire and false church yesterday. Fairfax county police say it happened on Wilson placed near Peyton Randolph drive police responded to a call about a domestic dispute, and they were labeled later able to locate a person of interest. The funeral for Indiana congresswoman Jackie walorski is being held today in her home state of Indiana. Was in an SUV with two members of her staff last week when it crossed the median of a highway and collided with an oncoming vehicle. She and three other people were killed in the crash. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. It's 5 48. Back to Jack Taylor in the traffic center. Okay, we've still got our activity in Virginia it is on the beltway inner loop in the express lanes after I 66 right now traffic temporarily stopped. I believe this was maybe a crash possibly starting from a medical emergency we do still have fire and rescue on scene, follow direction nothing getting by right now. They're hoping I believe to get traffic by along the far left side on the inner loop in the express lanes after 66 right now traffic is paused. Mainline completely unaffected. Now we've been a little bit heavy, obviously in that area. But again, flashing lights always cause a little bit of a delay. 66 is still looking good at a Gainesville east without slowdown, 95 north coming out of Fredericksburg. Look at a little slowing now, Dale City going into woodbridge, but lanes are reported open. Decent trip on three 95 so far riding all the way from Springfield, headed up toward the 14th street bridge. Top side of the beltway getting a little bit heavier now as you approach and pass colesville road, headed toward George avenue, two 70 still good to go out of Frederick south, headed to the lane divide, watch on hardwick guard more road west at penzi drive, cleaning up from an earlier vehicle fire and the overnight crash down in oxen hill blocks Wheeler road between Leland drive and Iverson place what's left there in the wake unfortunately is the down pole and wires, so utility crews remain busy. 50 is still good to go between northeast and the bay bridge should find your travel lanes open. We've got trains moving once again on VRE, train three 22, running about 20 minutes behind. There was an earlier vehicle on the tracks that has been removed between manassas and manassas park. It's the 9 best days of summer, August 12th through the 20th at the Montgomery county fair and gathersburg at the fairgrounds. Visit MGA MCG fair dot com for advanced tickets and information again that's visit MC AG fair dot com Jack Taylor TOP traffic. Okay, one of the best days weather wise of this summer is finally here Mike center for tell us about today. Yeah, the next couple of days even better. We do have some showers this morning as a cold front comes to southern portions of Frederick county in Maryland, seeing some showers right now
Ron Guidry: The Incredible Team of the 1985 Yankees
"1985 you have this amazing season You had one of the most amazing lineups behind you in baseball history We're talking to Ron guidry one of the greatest pitchers in the history of baseball You had Mattingly You had wind field You had Baylor You had I was Jack Clark on that team too you had Willie Randolph I mean you had one of the most amazing pagliarulo He was like your number 7 hitter and he hit 30 home runs or something You had an incredible team That must have helped you that year Well it certainly I mean because you know when you go out I mean look every time you go out you want to pitch a shutout but it ain't going to work that way So you go out knowing that even if you have a bad game like I said and you give up three or four runs You know your team is capable of scored And if they don't then you chalk it up to a bad day Okay So the other guy did his job a little bit better than I did mine So he wins But when you go out there you always going out there knowing that you have a chance to win the game As long as you keep the game close like I said about the playoff game My job every time that I stepped out there was just keep this game close Sure I'd like to win the game because at the end of the year if I got a ten and ten but I should have won 25 games they're not going to pay me on this should have won 25 games Because I won ten That's it Gator they pay me on the ratings They don't care what the rating should have been All they care about what the ratings are gator Whatever they are today when we're talking that's how you get paid So what I want to do though I took more pride in leaving the mound known that my team was in a position to win Because after all if we win a hundred games we're going somewhere So that's right That was what's most poor sure I enjoyed winning the games but it was more important to always give my team an opportunity to win the games that I was pitching in
Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably
"The people in your book are mostly forgotten as you know, but at their time they were household names. Can you tell me briefly about Dorothy Thompson, John Guthrie, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Sheehan? Absolutely. So Dorothy Thompson amassed a string of firsts. She was the first American woman to run a major overseas news bureau. She was the first American foreign correspondent to be kicked out of Hitler's Germany in 1934, and she was the first woman political columnist to have a syndicated column, political column of her own. And in the late 30s, she's reaching 8 to 10 million readers with her thrice weekly columns. John Gunther makes his name with a book inside Europe published in 1936 that this taboo breaking behind the scenes account of the foibles of European leaders. So Hitler is given to crying Jags. He reports and has as Gunther puts it an Oedipus complex as big as a house, Mussolini is very superstitious, and so on and so forth. And this is a huge book of the time. It sells more than a million copies. It's not just a bestseller in the United States. It's also a bestseller across Europe. And it's a book that makes Gunther's name. HR knickerbocker comes from Texas. He's born in Texas. And he's the son of a southern methodist minister. He always carries a Bible in his suitcase, though he can swear in all of the major European languages. He's reportedly the highest paid foreign correspondent in the world, as I said, mostly working for William Randolph Hearst's international news service and among other accomplishments he becomes the bet noir of Hitler's propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels. And then there's Vincent Sheehan, so she and is reporter he was working for a number of different outlets among them the Chicago Tribune and he writes a book entitled personal history, published in 1935 at wins the first national book award for biography inaugural award. And this book really captured the zeitgeist of the era in a way that no other book does. What she and his writing about is his own quest as a journalist. To figure out the relationship between his life and world events, or as he puts it, the one life that he has in the millions of lives into which it's cast.
How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?
"In the 1930s, what did the public think of the news media? Did they trust them? They still have some latent distrust left over from the William Randolph hertz dera. What did your average person think of the news media during the time period of your, there's a fair amount of distrust in the 1930s. So not only is the Hearst press still going strong and knickerbocker, who is one of the figures in my book is reporting for international news service, but there's the sense that they're press barons that they have agendas and that heard as the so called respectable papers like the Chicago daily news or the Philadelphia public ledger and The New York Times have been working since the start of 20th century, but really from the 20s. To try to enshrine the idea of objectivity in the press, there still is a lot of skepticism. Actually, interestingly, when radio is first coming on the scene, there's much less skepticism about radio reportage. In part, I think because it seems so immediate as if you're hearing an unfiltered truth, which of course we know is also not the case.
"randolph" Discussed on WTOP
"The outer loop So be aware of that as well One 8 6 6 three O four WTO P is the traffic tip line Don't forget to download that WTO P app Plenty of options on that one as well I'm Carlos Ramirez traffic Storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore with the forecast high temperatures today are going to climb into the mid to upper 50s We will see more sunshine throughout the day increasing breezy conditions at times with winds gusting as high as 20 mph Even though we're off to a cold start a mild finish today and we're going to see a warming trend through the week ahead Sunny skies on Monday highs in the low 40s by Tuesday back to the low to mid 50s mostly sunny on Tuesday we keep the sunshine around on Wednesday with high temperatures on Wednesday near 60° I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore 32 in annandale 34 in Aldi college park 37° brought to you by long feds 20% off savings on fences decks and papers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's one ten in Richmond There's a call this weekend to action against Russia for its war on Ukraine One bottle at a time Virginia Senate president Louise Lucas is calling on governor Glenn youngkin to order Russian vodka and other Russian products removed from the shelves of the state's ABC stores Lucas demand has resonated with other Senate Democrats including Adam Evan of Alexandria We've got to show support for the Ukrainian people in every way we can And if that includes forgoing Russian vodka we can find some other brands Evan says it would be a small step aimed at weakening the Russian economy Maybe other states and other liquor stores will follow On Thursday governor youngkin condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine saying it undermines democracy worldwide dick WTO P news A Montgomery county union is calling on county executive Mark elrich to also ban Russian brand vodka from county run liquor stores there A woman is dead a man treated for injuries after a high speed chase early Saturday morning Montgomery county police tried to pull the driver of a Honda civic over for a traffic violation in Wheaton when officers approached the car the woman behind the wheel sped away leading to the police chase She lost control near Connecticut avenue and Randolph road striking offense crashing into a tree Montgomery county attorney general's independent investigations division now handling that case they say they will release the name of the involved officers within 48 hours It's one 12 wet snow and poor visibility may have been factors when a prince George's county ambulance hit the patient they were on their way to help The Washington Post citing police reports on the January 7th incident crews who responding to a call about a person lying on the ground That's when the driver struck the patient who was partially lying in the road Police report notes that the road was icy or snow covered the area was dark and the ambulance driver was going at about ten miles an hour searching for the patient Hospital reports of patients suffered serious medical emergency and that injuries from the accident were secondary It's getting much easier to buy a safe vehicle dozens of new cars Make a list of the year's top safety picks 65 of the 140 or so vehicles tested by the insurance institute for highway safety have earned its top safety pick plus award IIHS president David harkey It really gives consumers a lot of options Vehicles getting the award do well in crash worthiness and collision.
Larry's Father Was Awarded a Congressional Gold Medal Posthumously
"Ceremony, posthumously for my dad. And she worked tirelessly to set it up. And at camp Pendleton, my dad was awarded a congressional gold medal, posthumously by colonel Jason bohm. Congressman war bocker spoke, and then congressman and then colonel Jason baum spoke, and here is what happened. Ladies and gentlemen, the commanding officer of 5th grade regiment, colonel Jason ball. Congressman robot. General colonies, general Monday, members of the elder family, members of the Malcolm point, marine association, the first marine division association, Dana point support group, fellow commanders, sergeant major marines and sailors. We are honored that you joined us today to recognize the service of one of our own staff sergeant Randolph elder. His appropriate that we hold the ceremony here on the hollow ground in which the fight 5th marines memorializes the service
"randolph" Discussed on El Legado de Borges 2.0
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"randolph" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"I am delighted today to be speaking with Karen Wilson, the chairman of the theodora a Randolph field hunter championships. And I don't know how we've been doing this podcast for three years and have not kind of talked about this event and gotten into it. So I'm delighted Karen and I would love for you to start off just let our listeners know your hunt affiliation and then I know nothing about the field hunter championship. So I would just like to hear all about it. Absolutely. Thank you so much. Well, good to be here. We are currently hunting with blue ridge hunt, which is located in Clark county, Virginia. Lovely. Very lovely. So what is the Theodore? It's theodora, a Randolph, field hunter championships. What is it and how do people participate? Okay. Well, it's a fox hunting competition and it dates back to 1984 and was named after Theodore air Randolph, who was the master of Piedmont hounds, one of our most prestigious packs and the lovely Virginia hunt countryside. She was a master from 1954 to 1996. So that is where the name came and now she was an avid fox hunter who wanted 7 days a week and was just an incredible horsewoman and pioneer of the industry. And this competition is held on a yearly basis. And it is spans over a week where we have four days of hunting with different tax in this area. We hunted with bull run hunt in the culpepper Madison area and blue ridge hunt on Tuesday up in Clark county. And Wednesday, we went to Orange County hunt in the middle bird, planes area. And on Thursday, we hunted with old dominion, which is down in the martial area. We gave everybody a day off on Friday or use it as a rain day to something happens and then on Saturday, we hold the final competition where every day riders qualify for. They are judged by a mounted judges on a daily basis. And they qualify and are eligible to compete in the Saturday finals. And on Saturday, we do a mock hunt for about 15, 20 minutes over the snickersville towns territory. And then they are further selected to ride an individual hunt of about or individual course of about ten to 12 jumps. And then the grand champion and champion are pinned with ribbons to the 8th place. So that's the that's the competition in a nutshell. So do I'm in Texas. Jen is in Florida. Do people do you qualify to participate or do hunts nominate members? How do the participants are they selected? Well, this is an open competition. There are other competitions where you are nominated or selected by your hunt. But and those are generally one day competitions because this is four days. This is open to anybody who wants to hunt. It is a first field hunting competition. So if riders are interested in hilltopping or going in second field, they must treat this as a normal hunt day and call them masters for permission to cap. So we generally range about 25 different hunts and so we had 25 this year..
"randolph" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is why monica all month. We're going back to school talking about women who changed the world of education. Today's educator was raised during the reconstruction era. She was devoted to her students and her community and was a pioneering vocational teacher. Let's meet virginia randolph. There is some uncertainty as to virginia. randolph's exact birthdate. some say. She was born on june eighth eighteen. Seventy four others say may eighteen. Seventy is closer to the truth regardless we do know that. She was born in richmond. Virginia her mother. Sarah elizabeth was a domestic worker and her father edward nelson was a bricklayer. They were both formerly. Enslaved virginia was one of four children. Virginia's father died soon. After virginia's youngest sister was born her mother was left to raise the family. She taught them how to knit. Crochet and clean on virginia was six. She started school at baker school in richmond. It was one of the first public schools in the city and the first built for black students. Initially virginia struggled to learn the alphabet. But it didn't take her long to learn how to read and she would go on to become an education authority by the time. She was sixteen years old. She first started teaching in gooch lynn county right after she graduated in eighteen ninety a few years later she returned henrico county there she taught at the mountain road school a one room schoolhouse or she would teach for the subsequent fifteen years of that school she said. The first day i enrolled fourteen pupils the school was old and the grounds were nothing but a red clay hill. Virginia went to work trying to improve these circumstances. She was clever and met each challenge. Had on first up leveling the school yard with gravel. A woman who lived across the street happened to have a gravel pit and offered it up for free if virginia would pay for. The labour virginia didn't have money herself so she organized a fundraiser with a willing workers club and school improvement leagues. She recruited students around the county to help from there. She seated the lawn and even planted. Twelve sycamore trees as part of the first arbor day in virginia. These trees became the first national historic trees of virginia and they remained today except for the tree named after judas which had to be. Cut down to make room for a building addition. This was virginia's innovative contribution. Learning by doing she taught students to garden cook. And we've she believed in the importance of learning these manual arts in addition to academics at after visiting her students at home she also implemented a hygiene education program. People started to take notice. Virginia success in nineteen o seven. A quaker philanthropist named anna jeans pledged one million dollars towards veteran rural schools in the south for black americans in nineteen. oh eight. Virginia became the first gene supervising industrial teacher in the south. This meant that she went from school to school. Throughout the county assistant teachers in setting up similar clubs and curricula after her first year working a summary report of her methods became known as the henry go plan and was distributed throughout the south. Virginia's educational career lasted nearly sixty years. She retired in nineteen forty nine after serving as the supervisor of blocks schools and henrico county in that time her one room school had grown from fourteen students. To four hundred virginia never married or had biological children. She officially adopted one child. Carrie b sample over the course of her lifetime she also took in more than fifty foster children. Some were referred to her by the justice system. Some she took in when she herself saw their parents couldn't care for them. Others were students traveling to attend her school. On.
"randolph" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"No it's fantastic. I mean to get on the podcast is people basically call They come to the website. It's marc randolph. Dot com slash guest. And they leave me a two minute message. They talk about who they are what they're working on..
S.A. Cosby on 'Razorblade Tears'
"As a cosby joins us now from southeastern virginia gloucester specifically he is the author of the new book razor blade. Tears also blacktop wasteland. And a few other books sean. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much. Haven't usa pleasure. So this is a spoiler free. Podcast i just want to say that front because this is a book that is full of really unexpected. But well earned plot twists. Give us the premise of razor blade. Tears basically reasonably tears the story of two one black one white both ex-cons whose sons on mary and at the beginning of the book. Unfortunately these two sons murdered and these two fathers who will never accepting of their son's sexuality decided to investigate the crime when be lease investigation stalls and in doing so they are trying to achieve thinned for their sons but also i think trying to get redemption for themselves in the ways. They weren't there for their children in life. They're attempting to be there for them in death. Let's talk a little bit more specifically about those two anti hero. Heroes you've got buddy lee jenkins and slash riot randolph. Who are they. They are men of certain age that come with a certain amount of baggage. Because of that age they are both hard scrabble. Southern men who are more alike in have more in common than either one of them could imagine but they're also meant that i think are internally broken in a way that precluded him being able to communicate their sons and i think hinder their relationship with their children and also hinders relationships with other people. I for all his self possessed. Gravitas is still battling with his temper at moments with buddy lee. He's kind of mired himself. This sort of self imposed existential exile from the rest of humanity and so when their sons is sort of snaps amount of this spiritual me ease that they put themselves into the giving to their darker impulses but for a greater good.
"randolph" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran
"Come listen to mark randolph. The co founder and ceo of the ridiculously successful net flicks. Listen to what he has to say about. Reaching for success welcome. I was so excited by speaking with you today. Because i've read so darn much on you and i'm hoping i'm gonna come up with some questions you haven't heard before we're not sure that's possible because you've been interviewed five million times. I'm sure right well barbara. I'm confident you'll figure out some new angle but listen even even before we start. I kind of have to say that You really don't know how important it is that i'm finally getting a chance to meet you and let me explain why everybody starts off that way. Baloney coming my way. And i i was thinking about saying this go. She is going to get so listen. I'll tell you it's different than perhaps you've heard before when i was a still in school my mother was a real estate agent and She idolized you and more than that. She so you so inspired her and you inspired her an interesting way. Which is that. I think my mom saw this industry that was largely women realtors and she looked around and said you know. It's kind of weird. Because all the agencies all the brokerages seemed to be owned by men and she wanted to have her own brokerage her own agency you grew up in westchester and there were no female owned agencies until maybe thirty years ago i agree with you. Yeah yes. Julia was the other not to get too detailed into the weeds on real estate. But she seriously would talk all the time. Barbara corcoran this barbara quirk. In that she was on the board of real. Oh and she must have met you some function or other first name Mickey mickey randolph was randolph properties swine. I put that together. She was solid rock. No question about that woman whatsoever. Who worked her she was. She was my inspiration in many ways as an entrepreneur. Because i i saw her doing the things you have to do to build a business. I mean at first as a realtor but then starting your own agency and then eventually having a network of agencies a network of offices but again I know how much he respected you. And here's the last piece to this. is that obviously. I've had this opportunity to meet lots and lots of really interesting really successful people and my parents aren't around now for me to telugu on meeting but i know that they wouldn't really been that impressed because they weren't that type of people. But if i told my mom that i'm getting a chance to talk to barbara corcoran that that would have resonated with her. So thank you for the opportunity. I would have definitely interviewed you when you were fine. If i had known that back then i see great things in this. My mom would have agreed with you. Put your mother's first thing together with your last name and helming. Wow what a treat to even think back at those reloj as and the good times we had but she was not a fluffy woman she told me like it was what she said said what she meant and left the scene. That was that was your mother. So i gotta tell you one little quick real estate story before we actually get into netflix's and all the rest of it is that we for those who don't know westchester county where i grew up chappaqua particular was a pretty upper middle class..
"randolph" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Am not a movie guy. I mean i don't spend my time debating with a great french. Directors are anything like that. I had young kids. Probably ninety percent of my movie watching was disney My wife and i could squeeze something and it was a rom com. Because i couldn't even bear the thought of city hearing something heavy but anyway i was not into movies. I was into e commerce. And so when reed hastings might netflix's co founder and i were brainstorming ideas when both of us were going to be out of a job They were crazy things at one of the pitch to you now is what i you'll you'll resonate with you and you can see it how will resonate with make personalized shampoo. Where yeah you know. People pretty much have shaped heads i. I can't quite benefit from it. But you know you deal. Was you cut off a lock your hair you mail it to us and i have a team of hair scientists or something like that who formulate a custom blend just for you and you subscribe to it and i remember reed hastings in our commutes back and forth and we are brainstorming. Shot that down like in two seconds. It sounds like a lot of work. That's the problem right. I think three letters. Fda right and so okay read one two days later custom dog food formulate a blend just for your pet for its age activity level gender climate. And you'll subscribe to it and had problems with that and so then. I pitched okay video rental by mail. Picture it eight billion dollar.
'Jersey Shore' Star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Arrested for Domestic Violence
"Confirm that jersey shore star ronnie ortiz. Magro has been arrested for domestic violence specifically on charges of intimate partner violence with injury. This comes as ronnie remains on probation for a separate domestic violence case involving his ex girlfriend a source close to ronnie tells us she was not involved in this incident late yesterday. His attorney told us we've just learned of the new allegations against ronnie and needs some additional time to further. Investigate as such. We will not be making any other statements at this time.
"randolph" Discussed on Daily Pop
"And welcome to daily op. You guys. it's oscar weekend and we will be partying all weaking long here at ease especially on sunday so you do not want to miss it. But today we got the insiders guide on how to jennifer aniston. And you won't believe who it's frahm. Chris is out and joined by jody. Sweden and lily out of s. a and the producers thought action. My name in prompted. But i'm just ask right. You need intro you are. You are a man that needs no interest. Yes can we get that. Do because i really want to get to the conversation we were having right before the show starting to it so you want day jenner. Vannerson don't you well. Her ex. Justin theroux has some great tips. He told nbc's willie geist about some advice. He actually got from jason bateman that kept him sane during his brief but high profile marriage to jennifer aniston look in that side of the entertainment industry. A character is about to be born and that character is you. But it's not you that character. You know angry that character. It's got a problem that characters you know. Sweet it's just this little soap opera that gets written in the margins many said and so my advice is don't follow that guy. Storyline interesting true though. Very you know. I feel like anybody that dates jennifer aniston at this point. Like there's such a story and like created about them and it's it's like what i feel bad for like i feel so in some ways like anyone that's attached to her just absolutely ripped to shreds all one hundred percent but it's so interesting that he said that because i feel like he is completely correct. The media does paint this photo of you and this moody angry batboy right to say he played into it. He saw that they loved him in. Biker biker jacket on a motorcycle took they leather jacket off. Because i'm not gonna say that justin theroux wasn't a very successful guy. He was assessed writer. He was an actor. Had charlie's angels. But i think dating jennifer aniston bumped up to the next level of celebrity. And when you first get there you almost wanna take it all in and use it to your advantage. You've never gotten this much attention. And i feel like he kinda got lost in it a little bit. I mean i feel like how can you not like when the entire world is dissecting you and picking you apart like i. I'm sure it makes him question. Like like i this guy in the motorcycle jacket. I mean i'll try like we'll try them personas right like maybe it was like you. Only he was sort of you for sure. Play into that meredith. I think it's getting better. I think that social media. And i'm not saying that. He has social but i do think that celebrities are owning their narrative stronger now because now they have a direct line of communication to their fans and i will say that even as entertainment journalists sometimes we'll run a story we'll hear story but then celebrities will go on. I g lives and set the record straight from them and the fans like no. Y'all got it wrong. I just heard it from john. Aniston or my favorite celebrity that this is actually inaccurate. The one can we shut up. Jason bateman for that piece of advice and those words of wisdom like that genius more friends like jason bateman off. Don't give me advice did you just jason bateman this. Yeah yeah it's always omen when the friend says. Hey i've seen this happened five different times. Don't go down this road nine times out of ten. It's going to happen. I also don't take advice from from people's friends. Because i know what happens. They are still holding onto the baggage of that pass relations right whole different person. Okay bitsy i'm going to fight you on this. Because here's the thing i agree with you. I don't take advice from people that are in unsuccessful relationships whether that's money advice because they're very they've got debt they're in bad but jason bateman has been married for twenty plus years in hollywood which is some kind of record. I'm sure they're like an award for his marriage. So i feel like i don't want to take advice from people that are have been scorned interim bad relationships and repeat history all the time jason seems to have his head on straight he is in love with his wife. Talks about marriage and priorities. So he's someone i'm taking advice from. I agree with you. I don't want to take advice from people that are in negative relationships with their stuff on me jason bateman tired of meeting these dudes and seeing my friend go through the same thing over and over again with people. Now i'm looking at this conversation. And i'm thinking to myself you know. We all thought my god. They're broken up because he wanted to be in new york and she wanted to be in la and he didn't like the spotlight now. I think they broke up because he was one person. Walking into the relationship got a little bit of fame and she was like wait. I thought you were other guy over there. I like the west village. New york doesn't care about the shiny hollywood west of it. All right nice using the red carpet. He double pop the collar. He talked to everybody. The taylor swift thing happened. The media was like. Oh my god the villain the villain. The villain headline headline headline back. So he said. I'm just gonna play into it and dive into it right and you got lost in it. Well i. that's the same thing with hard when other people are telling your story and your narrative so much about like who you are. It can't help but like effect. You and i mean look i know that kanye has his struggles with all sorts of things so. I'm sure that that didn't help. Help but yeah i do. I do see that words. Like some i mean. I think we've all had to have more. You were like wait a minute. Who am i in the beginning. Now i don't know who you are did online has he. Randolph is finally breaking her silence about her ex boyfriend. Colton underwood coming out as gay. Here's what she had to say on her youtube wlac regarding the topic in the media that brought my name up. This week is one that you know that i'm not going to be further discussing or commenting on it for now. There's a lot of layers to it. And i just feel like the best thing for me at this. Time is to move forward. If i do decide in future to say anything anger with comment all you the first sound ladies if your ex came out as gay on gm a to the entire world is this how you would handle it. Go totally silent. You would have and he would make you'd say no comment. Yeah absolutely. I mean i for me personally. Like someone's coming out story is is such a big moment whether or not whatever and also like she had the worst break-up i mean when that kind of stuff happens you're like i don't Done not talking about it because it's just such a negative like even saying the person's name just is like what it feels so that i can see why she's like nothing you can see that in her body language you can see the facial expressions. She calls it the topic. She called it. The topic really traumatized by all. I was surprised because both her and colton has been so incredibly public about the good parts the relationship but also the demise of the relationship they do not hesitate to call each other out on stories. She's gone on with chris harrison and sat down to talk about the relationship so this is a very sharp left turn and departure from who she has been to the public about her relationship and everyone has the right to decide to be private about the details of their life whenever they choose..
The Bachelor Star Colton Underwood Comes out as Gay
"Underwood was a former bachelor on the show. He was branded as the virgin bachelor and he ended up with this girl. Cassie they are not together anymore. That is bare bones of what you need to know. If you remember me of someone jumping offense that's also did you can let that go from your brain if that's not important to you okay. So that's talk about colton. He came out as gay. He made the revelation in an interview. With robin roberts today on. Abc's good morning. America obviously like this year's been a lot for a lot of people and it's probably made a lot of people look themselves in the mirror and figure out who they are and what they've been running from or what they've been putting off in their lives and for me I've ran for myself for a long time. I paid myself for a long time. And i'm gay. And i came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing. Colton told roberts that he remembered god when he was selected for the bachelor because he believed his prayers asking to be made straight had been answered would start in the twenty third season of the bachelor where his supposed virginity was a hot topic. He's also remembered for an iconic shot of him over a fence contestant. Cassie randolph. Like i told you whom he dated for two years. It should also be noted that after the pair broke up randolph filed a restraining order against underwood over allegations. You stalking her specifically. She claimed that he put a tracker under her car.
"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
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"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Close to that intersection of highway. Forty and lindbergh buttle block west of lindbergh on clayton road are great friends at try back. Did you loved ponies when you were a kid you. Did you grow up around the traffic at my dad. My dad would love racing. Yeah my dad. Was a fine athlete in college. Played basketball at a high level and a real class tennis player and also horse racing and I started going to the racetrack with him when i was about six or seven years. Old strauss down rate strike about an hour from where we live in washington dc. Well he was in congress and then over to Pimlico around and Dad had a lot of friends who own horses and he just loved horse racing. It was really a passion of his. Uh along with politics and so Naturally i just i took to Watching the horses. That were beautiful. None of the thing. I did that I should remember. I did Number of years of equestrian broadcasts on television that was great. fun for covering Like gold medalist. Michael matt's who later came onto training the kentucky derby champion but the the horseracing crowd In those days Were wealthy fun. Lobbying are working and I always enjoyed those people over the years although i On the shelf these days. I think frank who's simone. Our friend may have embellished a little bit but he would swear when he was interning at channel five that you would be coming back from the track at fairmont park and if you missed the light or there was maybe a train and the railroad stoppage. He may have had to hop on and do the ten o'clock sports because jay was cutting it so close. What's accurate or no accurate guilty as charged so you you'd go over on your dinner break and play a few ponies. Then come back yes. That's right not every night but On a number of occasions. I would do that and if i missed at a railroad crossing And and had to wait for the train Quite often i would Park in the olot there behind station and run up the steps in through the door and walk right down to the set and starts talking sports back then to was at highlight driven. Or you just kinda hates jay. And here's the scoreboard. And just kinda be wait and have we. We didn't have videotape on. I started i mean we. We do live commercials. Everything was on film and main will baseball. Season came a film crew at the stadium and of course if We were lucky enough to get home..
"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Is that fair. Well it it changed really I guess kurt gowdy Kurt was the number one guy in the country. He did the super bowl. He did the final four. He did all of big events at nbc and the sudden he was able to work out a deal where he went over to abc to do the american sportsman. And at the same time would continue to do everything and nbc. That kind of broke the bowl because everybody coveted their sports announcers in those days. And they didn't let you go out and work on other networks. And then when he did that it kind of opened the floodgates and You know somebody would offer something. You'd say well. I mean let galley. Good oh okay all right go ahead or whatever but that changed things and and of course. Some people were specialists. They did one sport or two sports. One of the things that helped me Frankly was the fact that i was always an over preparer and i always tried to be Really set to go on whatever i was assigned to do and One of my jobs In a period of about eight or nine years at nbc was Breaking in the new color man. Like bob greasy and It was it was great fun and challenging and I enjoyed that. And i also enjoyed the fact that i could get a phone call and then two or three days of homework. Go somewhere and get through a broadcast Jack buck had that talent. He didn't even have to. You could blindfold buck and take him somewhere and take the blindfold off. Give him ten minutes and he grew brin job but i- versatility helped me a great deal really did because i did it. Everything but women's field hockey really and you probably could and back to our visit with jay randolph senior loved these stories. Can't wait to get his bob. Costas take his. Mike shannon story drinking. Budweiser jack daniels. And driving through iowa. I'm telling you there's there's probably a screenplay in there and we also asked j what about a book after all the things that he has seen and done. Kilcoyne conversation founded scoops with dante. Mac dot com also encourage you to subscribe just a.
"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"And if baid five thousand dollars more than i was making dallas where i just had raised her down at klif for gordon mcclinton who was a legendary sports broadcaster. Before he got into the family business and They had theaters all over the country in radio stations. A fifty thousand water mexico and everything else fantastic people. I love working for them. But when i had the opportunity and i soon is just been engaged to be married I said well. What's the matter with me. And he said. Would you be interested. Two weeks later. I was in highlands office and signed a deal with cable ex. And so you came to saint louis to do the football cardinals do cam x. Radio and then you end up on tv with channel five. How did those. How did that happen well. Yeah well. I've been i was. I was twenty eight months. I guess who campbell ex and You remember the first year. The blues You probably don't remember. Come to think i'm going to be honest. I don't remember that. It might have just gotten in there before i was born but you were the original tv voice of the blues correct. I was and I really didn't Know much about what i was doing. Okay jack was doing the radio He probably a whole hell of a lot more than you did about. Hockey did he. Oh no we we were. We were struggling. I can tell you that but it doesn't make any difference. We had a team and it was great. Fun and You know. I worked with gus. Kyle the old west a policeman who had played in the league and he was a lot of fun to work with and it was really an interesting experience because i. i don't suppose. I had been the more than three or four hockey games tire life and new really very little about the game. But i learned a lot and Guys help me in. A lot of the players helped me Player passing the other day. I was thinking about bob and how much he was helpful. And the players. Put up this and We got through the city's but while that was going on Health grams who ran pulitzer broadcasting Apparently saw me doing the telecasts and i Had interested him and maybe taking a job over channel five and sunny randall. A wide receiver of the football cardinals. Who's doing their sports but he Really wasn't into it very much and They were looking for somebody to really take their sports department over and try to make go and the next thing i know Make a long story short. They offer me a job. That was Much more lucrative than what. I was making it cam wax. I mean we had harry carey. We had checked. It skipped gary and there was me and But i i took the job. And i hated to take it because of it so happy it. Camel wax and working for highland wasn't experience I mean he hired me to do the football cardinals. But i ended up doing at your service and i ended up doing the fourth of july fireworks on radio. Believe it or not and things like that you never knew what he what he was going to call you and have you do but it was..
"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"It was a great thrill for me to be able to corral him down on the ol- media area and get him on the air to campbell. X. radio and Doing interview with him. And bob and i have been great friends over the years and of course worked together for thirteen. Seasons at nbc. Doing golf. And bob did a wonderful job is You know a lot of people Criticize the way. He won the tournament when even send so was involved in signing a incorrect card and A lot of people. Forget that Bob goalby shot sixty six on that sunday and He really maybe didn't Get the Great adulation that he deserved because even sense o.'s. Very popular player in south america of course and Wonderful to watch him. Strike the ball but Goldie is Done so much for the game. In later years he was the forefront of creating the champion's tour and go shaded the first tv contract for the champion's tour which has now grown into a tremendous success out there and it's given A lot of great old stars mulligan the chance to come out and play in golf. You can do that. You can play in the sixties and seventies. I gotta go back. Because i'm sure we've talked about it. At some point you left the dallas cowboys to call the football cardinals. That would shock some people. Tell me about that. Move and how it played out well I was in oklahoma city. Were opening a new building. and They had a doubleheader basketball game. There and jack buck came down from saint louis to do the billikens and the home and i did oklahoma state and Their game And the doubleheader evening at The the new facility in oklahoma city and afterwards women back over to the curb and hotel where we're all staying and There was a little lounge off the Puerto rico the hotel. Where the golliwog lounge jack and i sat down had a few pops and he said to me i met him a couple of times At the cotton bowl He of course was already on his way to being one of the best in the business and You said to me. Good football announcers we're losing. Jc police. he's going back to. Louisiana is just his mother left in the family down there. And he's going back to lafayette. He's going to work in a little station there in lafayette and We're we're looking for somebody to do the football cardinals. We talked about camel. Axe and everybody knew about campbell. Exit was the number one sport station in the country and At that time everybody was Very excited about Talk radio and at your service. Which bob hyland really invented And anyway make a long story short. We talked and i got a feel for what was going on. And i said well What's the job pay..
"randolph" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Players and the fact that You know we know this golf course. We've seen it so many times on television. We know the back nine with the opportunity to make big moves back there with the to par. Fives we have seen it time and time again. It's a golf course. That creates a really wonderful wonderful golf from the players Who are trying to win the tournament. If you're in the mix there it's very interesting and i i have to say that I i went there in. Nineteen fifty four and I had the opportunity to not play at that time i played to five times but i went there and fifty four. That was the year that hogan and sneed tied and billy joe joepat amador from lumberton. North carolina almost won that tournament and he finished third and two weeks after that pinehurst north carolina. The north south ambassador. I was up against billy. Joepat in the third round and Had him down after nine holes and then He three six and I was going home but It was a fantastic anger and Longtime member at augusta. They gave him a membership after he almost won that tournament in fifty four. The golf course is Really special and the way they do things there. I mean Clifford roberts Investment banker Kind of always in the shadows there but always the decisions most of them. The right decisions and the tournament is grown. Of course is the only major that is played in the same place every year and the gunston nashville Brings out the the great players but also it brings out the remarkable tests for them and many of them especially the guys that win. play Maybe the best golf of their lives there because The putting is such a. There's probably know course Day in and day out where Good putting is is what you really have to have. You're not putting well. You're not going to be in contention that got so. Here's the line of the week jay on the phone. The other day says to me my hair and my voice are in great shape. But i see what else do you need can i are you eighty six. Is that right. Eighty seven eighty seven. You sound fantastic. And all of these memories are like they were two days ago but what really what amazes me is all the golf you called over. The course of your career only did the masters one time and it happened to be nineteen sixty eight. And you're a saint louis guy that point cam wax and maybe channel five but the one year you do. The master's is when the kid from belleville wins. Bob goalby i mean what what an amazing occurrence of events for you. Well i was working at that time campbell x. radio i come here to do the football cardinals and anything else that bob hyland wanted me to do here. Dallas where it doesn't account point network and It was a situation where you're in the late. Great gulf producers cbs Got a hold of me and gave me three tournaments to do the masters carling world open. And i don't even remember what the third turnabout was so But anyway I i'm doing the masters and sixty eight. And of course gobi wins here at the fourteen. Bob.
Boston-area communities getting $100M from state after receiving ‘significantly smaller’ funds
"Today that he is sending financial help to hard hit communities in Massachusetts, Chelsea Everett Bethune and Randolph didn't get as much federal funding as others will be getting additional money from the state. $100 million will come from a the state received. As part of the latest covert stimulus package Senator read Marquee in the statement says he's pleased the governor is heated. The congressional delegations calls to target federal aid to the hardest hit areas. Marquis, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman I gotta. Presley sent a letter last week to the governor, urging him to use the discretion provided to target $4.5 billion in the states. states. Direct Direct federal federal aid. aid. aid. Disproportionately Disproportionately Disproportionately Disproportionately impacted impacted impacted impacted communities communities communities communities to to to to all all all all
Alabama football opens crucial spring practices
"Let's talk about your favorite subject. Bama returns to the practice field dispute seemed like forever. It's only been since the early part of january. So give us the lowdown. What does it look like in town right now. Paul there's a buzz of excitement of alabama. Get back into the swing. Plaque is finishing off the off season. Fourth quarter program a position battles at that. We're looking forward to the main. One is definitely a quarterback. You got three is to help a lot of panic. Rice song the fan favorites. Who could possibly get this job at quarterback with impulsive is right there. A young man go has a lot to prove. Not show coming into this The spring practice practice schedule. No he's got the five six five two hundred thirty pounds. Plus a big arm is historically of experience on the roster the behind those got shaving meal a four star coming in from texas has got some ability. Who had a good off season program self so three quarterback fighting four for number one job. Nick sabin always likes to say which one to win the team which one could take the bull by the horns and have that consistency in terms of production so the quarterback balance. We'll be fine on the offensive line. Three down the nfl draft and out of the woods lead dickerson and beyond as wound. But you return. Three guys. And chris always a meal. Et your kneel for who plays and the offer to spot. It'd be a battle next doll and right tackle. Tommy brown and kindle randolph will. Start off in those spot. Tommy brown guard kindle randolph. Right tackle ten whole those two spot especially with the talents of freshman coming in of the broccoli. Lamar boys tommy. James block them out a jc. Later florida larkana their offense of lying and then of course start to defensive tackle. Dj that's really cool. But you gotta tm smith coming up as a softball florida. He played some big production a series to go on the field. He had a twenty dollars season programs. In tm smith you know offset no dj on the starting spot there at the nose dr but of course middle linebacker defensive secondary as well. I'm gonna position battles paul to sort through here but what better time to sort. The hoover dam been splitting
"Kaia Rolle Act" bill moving in the Florida senate
"Led to a proposed restrictions on what police conducive with young Children. The Kaya Roll Act, which bans police from arresting kids under the age of seven. Advancing in the Florida Senate. Kaya was arrested at school back in 2019, her grandmother says. Her grades have since dropped, and she suffers from PTSD. Try up best to see that no other child No other family goes through. What tire myself My daughter. Hi. His mom on our family has gone through bill sponsor, Democratic Senator Randolph Bracy is calling the legislation common sense. Adding, there's rarely a
Wilmington Buried In 20 Inches Of Snow From Storm, Boston
"In terms of snow. We have been measuring the amounts for you. The National Weather Service is the city of Lowell is reporting 2 Ft of Snow 2 ft. Lot to like about Lowell today. If you like snow now, not far from there. Wilmington, seeing about 20 inches of snow, East, Acton and Hudson, both in that neighborhood as well. Meanwhile, WBC's drama Holland Took out the measuring stick in Medford. You know, some people are comparing this winter storm to the one that hit on this day back in 2015, and that year it seemed to never stop snowing. We'll see what happens today is this thing lingers on and plow drivers look Not easy. I'm kind of hectic. We wet plows actually broken. I'm heading home now. You actually have a broken plow? Yes. How did that happen? I don't know me neither tough time and get this. You drive tow Logan, and you can use a broom, Not a shovel on Lee. An inch there. Randolph. Only an inch South Shore just got a little water on the ground here in Medford. Few inches of snow, and with the temperature's dropping as the day goes on, it could present some more challenges tonight. From a very Sake. Medford, Massachusetts drew Mulholland WBZ Boston's news radio. Yeah, but we can't be fooled
Boston Man Arrested For Attacking State Police Trooper During Traffic Stop
"An off duty state trooper helps rescue another who was being beaten by a suspect in the middle of the highway. WBC. Suzanne Saz Ville has the store. It was a wild scene at around 2 30 Saturday morning when a state trooper stopped a man for speeding on route 24 South and Randolph. Police say the man punched the trooper in the face and then pushed his head into the pavement and choked him when they got back on their feet. The suspect allegedly pushed the trooper into the middle of the highway, where he almost got hit. You say At one point, the man even tried to grab the trooper's gun and off duty Trooper was driving down the highway and stopped when he saw what was going on. The suspect, then got back in his car and took off. He was captured leader and Stone and arrested Devin Fuller of Boston faces a dozen charges, including assault with intent to murder drug possession with intent to distribute and driving under a suspended license. The trooper was treated for his injuries at Milton Hospital.
Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio
"randolph" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of 93 1 28, looking good between Randolph and Newton 24 95 looking good, too in from Rhode Island, David said Roni WBC's traffic on the threes Looking at the four day forecast gusty tonight partly cloudy down to 34. Risk for your Monday some clouds and sun up to 44. Then down to 27 Monday night Tuesday, partly sunny and chilly, high 38 High 34 for Wednesday intervals of clouds and sun windy cold right now it is 41 degrees accurate, the real feel more like 30. And cloudy at 5 34 new covert numbers out today from the state, the Department of Public Health reporting 4283 newly confirmed cases and 67 new deaths. There's also 2165 people in the hospital, 433 of them. Are in ICUs seven day average positivity rate is at 5.86% and again. The first case of the cove in 19 U. K variant has been detected in Massachusetts. The individual is a Boston woman in her twenties who had recently traveled to the United Kingdom. An awful milestone globally. In this pandemic. More than two million people have died from covert 19. It took around eight months to reach the first million deaths. But on Lee four months to reach the second million, the U. S tops all other countries in the death toll. Almost 400,000. CBS is Danya Bacchus. Operation Warp Speed is moving in slow motion,.