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Forever Free: Edmonia Lewis
"Hey Joel Lauren Hey so. You know what I feel like I have been I have I have not done our podcast. Justice. And the reason being is because you know every. So often we do an episode on historical person. And it seems that you do a lot of episodes about like strong influential women. And I do episodes on. Deeply White Dude's. Deeply disturbed man and I was like you know what? I'm going to remedy this today. I'm going to do it right and I had I had known very little about this person until I started doing my research, the more I learned about her the more I was. Like. Impressed about her. Just. Her talents and her very interesting life and everything. So today. I'm going to be doing an episode on Ed Monia Lewis. Yes I don't know who that is. So at Monia Lewis was the first professional and internationally known African American sculptor. Wa Yes so Her work was like well known all over the world during this time period but we'll get into it so. she was she is believed to have been born on July fourth eighteen, forty four that she didn't. She didn't know her her birthdate. Lot of people didn't warn free in Greenbush New York, which is now the city of Rent Rensselaer and her father was Afro Haitian while her mother her her name was Catherine Mike Lewis was of Mississauga, Gibb Way and African American descent. So she was both African American Haitian and native American Great. her mother was known as an excellent weaver in crafts woman while her father was a gentleman servant and her family background inspired Lewis in her later work. So, by the time she reached the age of nine. Both of her parents had died to maternal aunts adopted her and her older half brother whose name was Samuel. He was born in eighteen thirty five to lose his father and his first wife in Haiti and the family came to the United. States, when Samuel was a young child Samuel eventually became a barber at age twelve after his father died because he needed to start making money for the family and so he became a barber I know isn't as seventh grader giving you a haircut that's a nightmare but apparently. We're pulling your teeth both. Apparently. He was very good because eventually he moved out West in became an entrepreneur in a landowner and was very successful. but at the time, the children lived with their aunts near Niagara Falls for about four years and Louis in her aunt sold Agip way baskets and other items such as moccasins, embroidered blouses, tourists, visiting. Niagara. Falls, TORONTO, and Buffalo. So Little Gail. during this time Lewis went by her native American name, which was wildfire while her brother was called sunshine or sunrise, which is like these are just cool. ASS names. Great names may great names man. So in eighteen fifty, two Samuel F. for San Francisco leaving Lewis in the care of captain s mills, and Samuel provided for her board and education. Captain are mills was a an abolitionist. He was a well known abolitionists at the time. So in eighteen, fifty, six, she enrolled at New York, Central College McGraw Hill which was a baptist. School at McGraw Hill. Louis. Met many of the leading activists who would become mentors, patrons and possible subjects for her work as her artistic career developed. So during her summer term there in eighteen fifty-eight, she took classes in the primary department in preparation for college, and she was enrolled in primary courses in order to help advance her reading and writing skills along with other subjects of academia that we're not quite advanced enough for the academic department. So. In a later interview, she said that she left the school after three years having been quote declared to be wild. Oh Wow. Yeah. She said until I was twelve years old I led this wandering fishing and swimming and making moccasins I was then sent to school for three years in McGraw Hill was declared to be wild they could do nothing with me Oh Yeah. So they seem to have expected a lot from. A kid who had been grown up just like doing whatever she could to survive. So. Eight fifty nine when she was about fifteen years old her brother Samuel and abolitionists sent her to win Ohio where she attended the secondary Oberlin Academy Preparatory School for the full three year course before she entered Oberlin College, which was one of the first US higher learning institutions to admit women and people of Color. At the time, she changed her to Mary Monia Lewis and began to study art. So from here on out, she's known as Ed Monia Lewis. She boarded with Reverend John. Keep his wife from nine until she was forced from the college in eighteen sixty three. So I'll tell you about that in a second. But at Oberlin with a student population of one thousand Lewis was one of only thirty students of color. Yeah, Reverend keep was white a member of the board of trustees and avid evolutionist and a spokesperson for Co Education so throughout her life, she was kind of moved from from patron to patient as a young child mostly with abolitionist family Scott.
Officials monitoring uptick in coronavirus cases in upstate New York after out-of-state travel
"Virus. Numbers in the tri state area continue to remain stable. There were 677 additional Corona virus cases in New York state yesterday, bringing the total to 405,706. The number of deaths reported five matches of previous low Total deaths in the state, or just under 25,000. New York is closely monitoring enough chicken Rensselaer County, which appears to be linked to several people who tested positive after traveling back to New York from Georgia. They're currently in isolation, with both the state and county health departments conducting contact tracing
"rensselaer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Two National Guard state of California again to be very precise we're going to have overall of the title thirty two National Guard activation it was providing that all of this again like in New York at no cost to the governor of meanings governor Newsom and the state no cost to the state it enables the government to provide robust National Guard support to the state so they can have control of of the National Guard federal government sending these are incredible people that are being sent we have a large federal medical stations with over two thousand beds then that's going to California and then strategic national stockpile order we've ordered like wise hundreds of thousands of different items will go into the exact numbers but the numbers are very substantial but we're having this additional number said and whatever the states can get they should be getting ice it was sort of a backup for the states and some of the states are doing really well and some don't do as well the ones that don't do as well need more help but these are three states that really do need help because they are they are it's very hard and the outpouring from the private sector's also been extraordinary I'm pleased to report that Honeywell great company has just announced it will immediately expand his personal protective equipment manufacturing operations in Rhode Island to produce millions of additional N. ninety five masks are very hard to get they're actually quite complex for the U. S. government's strategic national stockpile they'll be immediately then delivered to the various states this expansion is already under way and it's going to provide a lot of jobs for that state probably around five hundred the masks will be distributed by the government for the use of the health safety and emergency and as for response workers primarily for response workers these are very high and this expansion is in addition to Honeywell's action can more than double production of its existing personal protective equipment manufacturing plants that make a lot of different things and they're doubling and tripling their production they're going round the clock today I'm also announcing the launch of a new public private consortium organized by the White House Arbon of energy and IBM joined Lisa power of American supercomputing resources to fight the Chinese virus the following leaders from private industries academia and government will be contributing and they could be contributing a lot of different things but computer primarily computing resources to help researchers discover new treatments and vaccines they'll be working along with and I H. and all of the people that are working on this but tremendous help from IBM Amazon Google Microsoft M. I. T. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute the department of energy's national labor laboratories the National Science Foundation and that so they're all contributing to this effort then they're fully in gear this afternoon I also want to update you on the steps were taken to protect and serve our country's eighteen million veterans these are great people are amazing veterans have shown their eternal loyalty to our nation and this is a time where they are in need and we're going to show our loyalty to them would be very protective of our veterans we're working on certain hospitals where we may be doing some work it Louisiana in particular and some other states veterans hospitals could be very protective of our veterans some of them are out of that very vulnerable age and some of them obviously and not feeling well and some of them are still suffering the wounds of war for many years ago yesterday assigned vital legislation to ensure that the GI bill will cover a distance learning during this emergency I also spoke with many of our veterans service organizations or the V. as those to describe our unprecedented action been forwarded the department of Veterans Affairs established nineteen emergency operations centers throughout the country one of the things that they've been trying to get done for many years you all know this from following me over the last number of years but we got it done pretty quickly they've been trying to get it done for many many decades was choice veterans choice and also veterans accountability now if it's if it's crowded within this if they can't get to a doctor we have great doctors in the VA I have to say that we have fantastic doctors is good as they come but it's hard to get to him and because of what was bureaucracy but no longer bureaucracy we've done a lot of things in that case because of accountability when people are doing their jobs or if they're bad or if they're sadistic or if they steal or anything bad happens were now allowed to fire them for a sign that a year and a half ago for many years you weren't able to do that so the VA is working and I was just told by a great leader at the VA Robert Robert okay they said for the first time we got the highest marks in the history highest poll numbers in the history of the veterans administration.
Troy college student dies of flu before 911 rescuers can find him
"A college student in upstate New York was found dead in his home of the flu after a garbled nine one one call left rescuers with no means of locating him police and firefighters in choice but forty five minutes early last week searching the apartment complex or Yemen chan and left forty five minutes later without finding him he was a grad student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute nearly six hours later his roommate arrived to find him dead from the flu authorities say five officers three firefighters and police dogs search the common areas on each floor but only had his cell phone number to go on and couldn't locate his
"rensselaer" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Bush field see beach and riverside are open and free to everyone of every nation which which the Indians are not embroiled in open conflict all are free to enjoy such places as though they were born there he learned the Indians Customs for entering treaties took care to understand these figuring that the knowledge would be useful about the only thing that did not excite him about his new home was the estate of Rensselaer wicked self and his job there looking and acting like a sheriff riding the range engine wide-brimmed hat and leather boots with a silver sword at aside maintaining peace and justice among the farmers and other inhabitants for time it must have been enjoyable for the young man but soon after arriving he began to clash with Killian Ben Rensselaer the owner of the platoon as well as the manager on site van Rensselaer had wanted a lawman who would simply carry oriented orders but vandor DONC was fiery and strong willed with his own ideas and at the same time he began hearing news of events further south in new Amsterdam. It was all about what people were calling keeps war. The military raids on Indian villages that murdered whole families now a spring approached the colonists feared the Indians Indians were preparing to counterattack Fainter Dunkin learn enough about the native peoples to regard them as equal to Europeans in most ways and therefore for him to feel outrage by Kief action on top of that the war which the Collins themselves overwhelmingly opposed and sat off a conflict of a different kind a conflict between the people of the colony and its it's leadership the settlers believed their leader did not represent their interests. This was politics in its purest form and experimental justice the real world opportunity to engage engage in what his teachers at Leiden had called natural law the new modern notion of using human reason to determine right and wrong and vander dot thought he was missing using it he had had enough of the wild backwater wrestler whip so he quit his post. The Sheriff and headed South Manhattan was calling in American history tellers is sponsored by pure. Oh traitor EPA Kieran Connoisseur aficionado quite a few the word to mean. I really liked this thing. But have you noticed that as you begin to develop a taste for something whether it's wine craft beer Barikot hammer single malt scotch information gets scarce opinions conflict and prices jump.
Talking to Machines: LISP and the Origins of A.I.
"Garry Kasparov lost a match to the computer program program deep blue. It was a pivotal moment in machine intelligence for some it was an existential crisis a challenge to the supremacy of human intellect but for the technologists of the world this was a milestone of another kind a leap forward in the arena of artificial intelligence a sign that their dream of truly intelligent machine might not be so crazy after all a machine that can think remains the Dream News and quite a few startling breakthroughs away. How do we get to that point though what breakthroughs led up to Casper Roth's famous defeat and where did we go from there throwing it Barak and this this is command line heroes unoriginal podcast from red hat all season long. We're exploring the mysteries of programming languages uncovering uncovering their history and their potential this episode we zoom in on artificial intelligence. What language do you use news. When you're tech has a mind of its own how are programming languages help us get to that deep blue moment and way beyond the question of what language can work best with a thinking machine is something we've been tackling for more than half a century and so our story begins way back back in the nineteen forties when the term. Ai Hadn't even been coined. We think back act the end of World War Two. There's this sense that technology was how allies won the war there was this optimism that technology could accomplish anything a whole generation believed in the power of computing and out of that generation comes the godfather of artificial intelligence John McCarthy. He's brilliant mathematician who radically shook up the way we talk to our machines. I wanted to know about the origins of his his ideas and how that paradigm shift came about. I mean for starters when McCarthy and his peers were imagining the future of intelligent machines uh-huh. What exactly did they imagine wow. That's a good question. I got talking with Colin Garvey. He's a historian in the Science Games and Technology Studies Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute here. Some of our chat so McCarthy is remarkably keble kind of reticent about proposing exactly what it's going to look like for example. He has probably his most famous program that was actually never implemented but it's kind of thought piece was the advice taker and so the advice taker was written written up in one thousand nine hundred sixty. McCarthy in a paper called programs with common sense and it starts off you think the advice taker is probably a robot that will learn and that's his intention right. It's kind of a domestic robot. It could take advice you say no. You're doing doing that wrong. You know do it this way and it'll understand what you mean helpful. It'd be helpful. The whole goal of the advice taker is to drive from his desk to the airport port basically formalized his notion of what the advice taker robot should do which is apparently drive him to the airport He formalized it in to a series of logical statements that it would need to infer about what needs to to happen in the current situation to turn the current situation into the desired situation right so he formalizes is this kind of a pseudo code we'd call it now and so this is actually where lisp originates as well and and then in the next few years lisp comes out as his implementation her his language for implementing it. McCarthy's he's Lisp language was a game changer. It would help a machine understand not only commands but a common sense logic. What McCarthy discovered was that he could write conditional expressions code that embodied rules rather than just blunt commands in fact there were a bunch of major programming breakthroughs with Lisp conditionals garbage collection recur. Shen and lots more lisp used lists for both code and data a simple change with profound effects. All this opened the gateway for an entire field that McCarthy himself dubbed artificial intelligence chills. It was a language paradigm shift imagine speaking to a machine without giving it every particular of information imagine inviting that machine to infer and reason through his list language McCarthy hope to give a kind of intelligence to the machine okay back to to my chat with Collin Garvey refined earlier attempts at writing a high level computer language interesting because that was going to be my next question was about the relationship relationship between Lisp and is so it's almost like that. I idea of what I could do that. Advice machine was the beginning winning. It sounds like off. Tell me more about that relationship between Lisbon. Ai Sure so one of the things that these early AI folks were up against against was that they're doing programming with punch cards and probably these early guys knew how to program at the level full of machine code and that's very time consuming and difficult and so you needed higher level languages that you could instruct in ways that were closer informed to human language so something like Lisp gives instructions in literally a list of and that's where the name comes from list based processing in a list of instructions that are much closer to I mean the human language in the sense that they are basically logical propositions so if you could read formal logic you can basically look ed a lisp program or any of the logic based programming languages and have a much better sense of what's happening in the code so this really helped yeah. I mean it helped us take our ideas of artificial intelligence and actually were toward them. Make them happen which makes me wonder what intelligence even means during that time periods of we go back to the fifties at that point what was intelligence how did that. How did people even define that back then because Lewis was first developed for the IBM seven four which does really just one thing at a time so it doesn't really sound very intelligent yeah. How do people think about intelligence at that time so this is of course incredibly controversial right they have very narrow concepts as far as I'm concerned from a social perspective but yeah at the time for instance the ability to perform form of behavior that would be described as intelligent is kind of the catch all definition but these guys are really mathematicians mathematicians and logisticians and computer programmers. I mean to be crass. The ability to play chess was considered indefinite sign of intelligence and of this early this early generation of people was much more willing to sidestep. This is question and say well. The philosophers have not agreed on what intelligence is but if we make a computer that complete chess. I think we can all agree. That's intelligent college. It was starting blaze anyway. Baby Steps McCarthy had a dream that machines could be intelligence people on have common common sense and essentially you could talk to them and he set about creating a program language to make that that dream a reality that became lisp and it captured certain aspects of human thought and especially logical Michael Thought and made it possible to use computers to amplify or extend those features cheers of thought so from a mathematician perspective. He was well on his way to realizing intelligent machinery
"rensselaer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Elected officials from Rensselaer Columbia and Saratoga counties met with reporters this morning to express their opposition to the so called green light Bill, which is designed to provide illegal immigrants, driver's license. The Bill is now in a Senate committee Rensselaer county clerk Frank Parola says that he won't issue a license to an illegal immigrant period. If someone's here legally processed people every day, but someone walked into this office. Vacation to prove that they're here. We will turn them away. If the governor decides that we're going to have to drivers they're going to have to figure do it at the same time group of protesters from green light New York were on hand to counter, what officials were saying about the Bill. Protesters interrupted the news conference on several occasions. Even singing this land is your land at one point following a two week trial in Schenectady county court Sean Howard is found guilty of shooting his ex girlfriend header her to children on union street last summer Howard faces up to seventy five years in prison on three second degree attempted murder charges alone. He was acquitted on two of the twenty charges against him those related to his infant son who was not physically harmed during the July incident. Zeh Goodwin testified at trial that Howard shot at the infant. But the gun clicked without firing also testified that Howard was fulfilling his promise to kill her and her children if she left him President Trump says he'll put up a legal fight if Democrats try to impeach him. Fox's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington a handful of House Democrats are calling for impeachment proceedings. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not there yet telling the time one hundred summit in New York. It's one of the most divisive past the country can take counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says Democrats have a choice to make are you going to talk for the rest of twenty nine thousand nine.
"rensselaer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nothing left. But their name says the name of that excerpt from Laurie Anderson's landfall her collaboration with the Kronos quartet. We also heard a piece called the electricity goes out, and we move to a hotel again landfall in theory is about hurricane sandy and the flooding of Laurie Anderson's apartment in lower Manhattan. So it's a piece about loss, both literal and metaphor and that piece about all the various species that have gone extinct. So a different kind of loss. And if you notice that that piece nothing left, but their names is almost constructed like a pop song. You know, how these days you have a rapper doing the verses, and then a singer comes in and sings the chorus well there you had Laurie Anderson with her highly processed and disguised voice doing the quote unquote versus and then instrumental choruses played by the Kronos quartet. Let's listen to another string quartet and a piece called loss. This is from Neil role. Nick who made his name initially as a composer of computer music. In fact, he's one of the founders of the ear studios. Upstate at Rensselaer polytechnic institute. This is from a suite of pieces called extended family, and it is a kind of musical family portrait, I suppose the string quartet known as Ethel plays. This piece called loss. Uh-huh. That's music by Neil role. Nick, New York composer played by the New York string quartet known as Ethel the vote. Over piece is called extended family a five part sweet. And this is part four called simply loss on this edition of new sounds. We have some musical Contemplacion's of loss will return to Laurie Anderson and the Kronos quartet for some final music from landfall. And then a piece by the violinist and composer caliber hons, so stay with us for that. As we continue with new sounds.
Where have all the insects gone?
"To coast to coast, George Noory with you Linda Bolton how with us Linda will have a series of incredible stories for you tonight. Of course, copied it off with conversations with Linda where we take your phone calls questions. Maybe even your story. Tips Lynda courses, an EMMY award winning television, producer investigative reporter and author. She goes right to the people at the forefront of science and environmental challenges to get the stories that she gets in. When she goes after a story. She gets it like the one we're going to talk about tonight, which is a startling loss of insect life in the Americas. This is a scary story. Linda is because the implications for the future are alarming to scientists started. With a recent news headline from the school of biological sciences. At Rensselaer polytechnic institute in Troy, New York. And the headline says it all two degrees. He's decimated Puerto Rico's insect population. And decimated means wiped out destroyed. So what is killing all of those insects? Scientists think a lot of the damage is due to global warming and here is one. Astonishing fact, the average temperature in northeastern Puerto Rico the tropical forests there since the nineteen seventies has steadily climbed and is now two degrees celsius warmer. That's a climb of three point six degrees Fahrenheit. Now. Those sound like small numbers, but the fragile balance of nature on our planet lives within narrow temperature ranges biologists from Rensselaer decided to study insects in a place on earth not much bothered by humans, and they chose the live te'o forest of northeastern Puerto Rico to see what was happening to the population of winged. Insects called arthropods think of butterflies dragonflies, grasshoppers, spiders, and beetles all of those kinds of creatures. Well after two years study, the findings were reported in the recent.
"rensselaer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"At Rensselaer polytechnic institute. He's done research on nighttime driving and the crash crash risk of glare for the federal highway administration. Mark Phelan is also with us. He's an auto critic and columnist for the Detroit Free Press, and John and Mark you will not be surprised to hear that a lot of people have something they want to say about. These car headlights will let me turn to a bunch of callers. Michael is calling from New Bedford Massachusetts, Michael you're on the air. Thanks for taking my call a couple points above this. I am a truck driver with over three million miles behind me. And I can attest that it has been getting worse and worse a couple of points about it is is the misalignment of these lights in Massachusetts. We do have a headlight aiming regulation as part of the safety inspection. And I know in a lot of other states, they don't, but I can tell you that in Massachusetts. The problem is as bad as it is anywhere else. I would like to see more enforcement hard to believe a truck by would be saying that, but I would like to see more enforcement about these things about use of high beams in general and also an aspect of the aspect of driving lights lights mounted low under the bump all of a sudden a few years ago, everybody discovered them they're out there. And and and they don't seem to be alive. Very right. Well, Michael, I'm going to take your call here. And thank you. Thank you. So so much for giving us a ring. John Boola interested in Michael saying pointing out that. Yes, there are state level regulations as well. Let alone what a federal regulations on on car lamps might be is. But he saying that there perhaps not even enforced well enough in in his in his home state of Massachusetts with those annual a car spec. Shins your thoughts on that. Well, that may be true. A part of the issue with the the regulations is that the the headlight standards are developed by the federal government. And then the alignment of the headlight itself is generally through the through each different state that has their own method of doing that. And as as as the caller mentioned, some some states will require that is part of the safety inspection in some won't the sort of margin of error.
Trump fails to end New York lawsuit over his charity
"The air force academy wants to catch up with demand for military pilots. The air force's short about two thousand pilots to help meet demand. The air force academy has been doing more to prepare cadets to become future. Aviators? This year's graduating class has more than five hundred cadets expected to go on to pilot training, pending commissioning twenty six percent increase over last year. It's possible. Son, cadets go through an abbreviated version of undergraduate pilot training to expedite the process. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. The Troy police officer charged with fighting at a little league game. This summer has now been suspended Dominicana Conatel allegedly elbow. The vice president of the twin town little league in north greenbush. In the face impressed. His police badge onto his forehead Conatel has been implicated in four excessive force related allegations. Since twenty eleven it's unclear if the suspension is paid or unpaid Rensselaer city hall be closed Monday for city employees to attend the funeral services of the late mayor Dan Dwyer Dwyer died Tuesday at. At age eighty four after a lengthy battle with cancer. Visiting hours will be held today from three to eight o'clock at the WJ lions funeral home. In Rensselaer funeral services will take place Monday morning at ten o'clock at the church of St John the evangelist and Saint Joseph Richard Mooney has taken over the job on an interim basis. A NASA spacecraft is getting nearer to landing on Mars. The Mars insight. Lander is scheduled to touch down on the Martian surface at three o'clock eastern tomorrow. Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory says the Mars mission will streak into the planet's atmosphere at twelve thousand miles per hour. And we'll be slowed by retro rockets and giant parachute. As it makes its seventy seven mile descent to the ground after landing the stationary probe late sixteen minutes for the dust to settle before unfurling solar panels that will give it power the landing takes place on a smooth Martian plain close to the planet's equator, the insight Lander will monitor seismic activity. Just sixteen feet underground to give scientists a better understanding of how Mars evolved w. Wjr news time coming up on ninety five. Now WGN sports
"rensselaer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"More affordable and often these places are not necessarily better. And it's one of the sobering. Findings in a new report by UC Berkeley urban displacement project and the nonprofit, California housing partnership. Dan, Rensselaer is a senior policy analyst with the housing partnership. And Mr. Renzo, you looked at census data between two thousand and two thousand fifteen to track migration and demographic changes is basically looking at groups of people where they're going who's going where that's right, and what parts of the bay area were African Americans leaving and where were they going to? So we did three county reports focused on San Francisco, Alameda County and contra Costa county typically we saw concentrations of loss of low income black household. In the flatlands of Oakland and Berkeley southeast San Francisco even Richmond and moving to a sort of new areas of racially segregated concentrated poverty in eastern, contra Costa county in Antioch. And pittsburgh. Also, southern Alameda County in he word, San Leandro. And some unincorporated areas in between some people might say that well suburbs can be a good thing. They might provide better schools, they might provide a safer environment. What did you find? Right. So what we did was take a look at what the characteristics were of those areas where low income people of color are increasing in rapidly over the last fifteen years, and what we found is those neighborhoods are predominantly sort of the new areas of high poverty, segregation and typically lower resources, the schools don't have as much to draw from commutes are longer jobs are less accessible, and so these are not necessarily areas where low income families low income. Families of color have a chance to really get ahead in life. And what about rent what are folks paying in rent when they move. Well, one of the most interesting findings that we found was that any kind of move was associated with paying more in rent. So there's a real cost to displacement, and there's a real cost savings associated with helping people stay in place, so rent burden increased pretty much no matter where a low income family moved whether they stayed within their county are left the region altogether. So you looked at the displacement of Latinos and Asian Americans which seemed to follow a similar pattern, but it was a different story for low income whites. Right. One of the most striking findings. I think was that low income white households are significantly more likely to live in high resource neighborhoods, then even high or moderate income black households and those are neighborhoods which research suggests offer the best chances for low income children to get ahead in life to have better educational success in better, physical and mental health. Did you come to any conclusions about why low income people of color are more vulnerable to housing crisis? You know, sometimes what happens with research is that you uncover a finding yields more questions, so our data. Unfortunately cannot completely described the reasons behind that finding I think what it says is that low income people of color are indeed much more vulnerable to rent increases that could be because they have fewer resources to draw on to fight against rent increases or illegal evictions. They might be immigrant communities that don't feel comfortable speaking up for themselves. There could be a variety of reasons why they are more vulnerable. But the data definitely suggests that they are. Okay. Thanks so much for coming in. Thank you. Dan, Rensselaer is a senior policy analyst with a California housing partnership, which co author to study examining how the housing crisis is displacing household of color across the bay area. And.
"rensselaer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Jim gag already NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y three capital region. Sheriff's speaking out against lowering parolees devoting primary general elections Saratoga county. Sheriff Michael zero says his department is ready for any potential problems on Thursday. It's just an added burden for patrol members of my department. What I can assure the publicans Saratoga county that will be out around the schools to monitor these offenders as if in fact, they do enter Zillow Rensselaer county. Sheriff Pat Rousseau Columbia County sheriff David Bartlett, speaking out against governor Cuomo's executive order along people on parole vote. They're backing legislation that would revoke the voting rights of convicted level three sex offenders and those convicted of intentional murder on Thursday convicted level three sex offenders can vote after seven pm if they're pulling site is the school polls close at nine pm forty third district. State Senate Republican candidate Daphne Jordan was also at the press conference with a three sheriffs Cynthia Nixon continues to bash governor Cuomo for a campaign mater that accuses her of being anti semitic. Scott Pringle reports. Or governor Cuomo denies knowing about this male or ahead of time. And he calls it inappropriate. But that's not good enough for his challenger, Cynthia Nixon. We can't just blame. I'm the state democratic committee for this. This goes back to Andrew Cuomo, and he needs to be held accountable. And he can't just say it's a mistake or it was inappropriate. And you have to say it was offensive and it was wrong. And he hasn't said that this Mailer urged people not to vote for Nixon and said, she wouldn't stand strong for the Jewish community on the democratic committee admits it sent out a wrong Miller and promised to work with.
"rensselaer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Ten and one zero three one w. g. y., day after saying the benefits outweigh the risks of recreational marijuana governor Cuomo and also has. Plans for a series of listening sessions on a regulated program the first series of fifteen such, sessions. Will, be held at the Albany capitals center, on, Wednesday, September fifth. With a second meeting the following day SUNY Adirondack glens falls governor's office says the idea is to gather input from community members as a state workgroup, prepares to draft legislation to create a regulated program. For recreational pop health department, report on the impact of legalizing marijuana was released in July concluded that the, potential positive impacts were greater than. The negatives reach NewsRadio eight ten one all three one. WG why not nano the charges being filed, against the Thirty-seven-year-old Troy, man was stabbed his girlfriend Wednesday afternoon ran away from police then barricaded, himself inside a house. On threaten street for over an hour, holding police at Bay Dre Jones being charged with attempted second, degree, murder two counts of, salt criminal possession of a weapon menacing and endangering the welfare of a child is in the Rensselaer county jail woman that police, say Jones staff taken to the hospital with non-life threatening, injuries and we now know the number of employees will be getting layoff notices from global foundries and Malta department of, labor saying that four hundred twenty four employees will be getting laid off and another. Thirty one workers will be laid off at, SUNY poly in Albany layoffs had to be part of a dramatic shift in the company's business model and restructuring operations in. Malta fab eight employees about thirty four hundred. People there's an annual payroll of three hundred forty five million dollars average worker earns between eighty and ninety thousand dollars per. Year layoffs expected to begin at the end of. November coming up at the w. g. y. AccuWeather forecast NewsRadio, eight ten one. Zero. Three one w. g. y. broadcasting from the Mavis discount tire studio log on Say bad. Mavis, tire dot com with only a kite. Husky hamstring Benjamin Franklin captured lightning in a bottle.
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"This my predicament as well rather unpredictable But I'm prepared for either contingency or at least. I'm getting prepared that was John McCain in an audio recording of his last book the restless wave the Arizona. Senator has died at the age, of Eighty-one correspondent Gary Nunn reports that he and President. Trump, who tweeted his condolences had a. Tumultuous relationship in two thousand fifteen. McCain. Criticized candidate Trump for energizing to. Quote crazies with his comments about Mexican immigrants weeks later the billionaire shot back is captured I like people that weren't captured okay I. Hate to the next year McCain refused to support Republican nominee Trump. When an old recording of him discussing women and Volker terms was made, public after the election the sparring only intensified the Senator denounced the president's policies and rhetoric. While Mr. Trump. Became infuriated that McCain's vote kill the repeal of ObamaCare and we, got a That was not a. Nice, thing and CBS news confirms McCain requested that both George W Bush and Barack Obama deliver eulogies at his funeral a date has not yet been. Set lane had, been a category five hurricane just a few days ago but it'd been steadily weakening as it neared the Hawaiian islands it's already moved, off shore as, a tropical storm reporter Bob Butler is in Honolulu hurricane and. Tropical storm lay left its Mark a foot of rain on Maui four times as much on the big island. Lot of moisture continues to pop, up as scattered heavy downpours and if those sit over. One, area we get a flash flood. Chris Rensselaer directness entre Pacific Hurricane. Center. Says Hawaii dodge the bullet but. It's not over we're still in the middle of hurricane season we still have three months left but Butler for CBS news Waikiki Honolulu. Pope Francis has met with two representatives from the coalition of mother. And baby home survivors for a ninety minute meeting during a visit in, Ireland he reportedly apologize For the injustices that occurred in. The church run homes for, unwed moms and their babies Paul Redmond is with that coalition we're hopeful he, will challenge what he referred to as the. Holy church or the least within the church who are guilty. Of corruption and cover up and he, was stunned assault by referred, to us, Kaka his translator was quite taken aback, on clarified with, him but he literally. Said that they were filled in a toilet. Tesla's CEO Elon Musk says investors, have convinced him that he should. Not, take the company private so the firm will remain on the public stock markets he says he made the decision based on.
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"This, is CBS news on the hour sponsored by ZipRecruiter. I'm Matt piper maybe I'll be gone before you hear this my, predicament as well rather unpredictable But I'm prepared for either contingency or at least I'm getting. Prepared that was John McCain in an audio recording of his last book the restless wave the Arizona Senator has. Died at the age of Eighty-one, correspondent, Gary Nunn reports that he and President Trump. Who, tweeted his condolences had a tumultuous. Relationship in two thousand fifteen McCain. Criticized. Candidate Trump for energizing quote crazies with his comments about Mexican immigrants weeks later the billionaire shot back is captured I like people, that weren't captured okay I hate to tell, you the next year McCain refused to support Republican nominee Trump when. An old recording of him discussing women vulgar terms was made public after, the election the sparring only intensified the Senator denounced the president's policies and rhetoric. While Mr. Trump. Became infuriated that McCain's vote kill the repeal of ObamaCare and we, got a That was not a nice. Thing, and CBS news confirms McCain requested that both George W Bush and Barack Obama deliver eulogies at his funeral a date has not yet been. Set lane had, been a category five hurricane just a few days ago but it'd been steadily weakening as it neared the Hawaiian islands it's already moved, off shore as, a tropical storm reporter Bob Butler is in Honolulu hurricane and. Tropical storm lane left its Mark a foot of rain on Maui four times as much on the big island. Lot of moisture continues to pop, up, as scattered heavy downpours and if those sit. Over, one area we get a flash. Flood Chris Rensselaer directs the central. Pacific. Hurricane Center says why dodge the bullet but it's not over we're still in the middle of hurricane season we still have three, months left but Butler for CBS news Waikiki. Honolulu pope Francis has met with representatives from the coalition of mother. And baby home survivors for a ninety minute meeting during a visit in, Ireland he reportedly apologize For the injustices that occurred in. The church run homes for, unwed moms and their babies Paul Redmond is with that coalition we're hopeful he, will challenge what he referred to as the. Holy church or the least what into church guilty of corruption. And cover up on the eve stunned, assault by referred to them. As Kaka on his translator was quite taken aback, on clarified with him, but he literally said. That they were filter in a toilet Tesla's. CEO Elon Musk says investors have, convinced him that he should not. Take, the company private so the firm will remain on the public stock markets he says he made the decision based on feedback from shareholders this..
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"A lot going on in there right now there's a lot. Of the offices have been cleaned out trying. To get to the water damage the music hall. Is being. Worked on the. Feeling is being worked. On so there's extensive. Damage in several departments Denison Historic building to obviously so they can't just slap. Anything together they gotta be careful the way they do the repairs and the restoration interesting case. Out of Rensselaer county that has been. Through the courts for a long. Time now it I guess it really started Eight years ago Kelly maybe twenty ten when, this this former female jail sergeant Rensselaer county Laura abbot Seabury left her job. In two thousand ten after she says she was sexually harassed and, nobody did anything about it yes see. Had worked there for seventeen years and she has just been awarded. Two point six million dollars in lost wages. And suffering and pension all sorts of stuff and she says that she was a victim of not just harassment but also sexual assault on the job. And she says that a, male, co worker groped her. At work she didn't report it because she feared retaliation this is kind of a boys club and then see heard of another female corrections officer who experienced the same kind. Of groping it's at that point she came forward. And said hey this happened to me she also reported a co worker. For sleeping on the job faced quite a bit of retaliation to the. Point where she was so traumatized that coming to work every day she would throw up. On our, way into work she also Quit and ended up working at WalMart and went. Through periods of depression and so sea sued that they didn't do, anything and she won and they appealed. It and then she won the peel so she will be getting. A total of two point six million dollars. But here's how breaks down so an additional eight hundred thousand dollars for loss pension which now totals one point two million dollars another four hundred thousand. For lost income five hundred, thousand, dollars for Las future. Income and four hundred thousand dollars for pain and suffering plus fifty three thousand as a penalty to the county that's a very significant settlement so I'm not sure if they're. At the end of the legal road or not. Seems yeah I think this was the final appeal and this was. It Update on a story last week he, told, you about this. Kingsbury man who went to jail guy gaining Robert Middleton you he went to jail in Washington county for. Sexually abusing one teen and paying numerous boys younger than seventeen I think some. As young as fourteen to do stuff, in front of him He copped a plea got, six months in the county jail three years probation for? That and he was out he was out, on probation for ten days when he he violated probation they found him in the company of a minor and he went right back, to jail, and you were saying like this guy want to be caught did you just. Think he, was smarter than everybody else I think he wants a store everyone else and, I think he was kind of like a cash reefa canton thing because. He was caught just yards away from the probation department the probation the terms of his probation forbids him from having any contact with underage kids so yeah. He was with an a girl is under eighteen and once they arrested. Him they looked into a further and discover that before he was even released he was reaching out. To kids and paid for one girl to get hurt her driver's, license, or permit and. Had contact with text messaging and encrypted devices all of these even searched online for ways to deceive a. Probation officer so he was planning all of this before he was even released From jail so. You're and so maybe you're right he he thought he was a criminal. Genius apparently when you do that stuff when you're still in jail You. Know doesn't have, it, learned anything and you go right back to this kind of behavior apparently. He's also got some money and other property around the country so they're like yeah. You're not gonna get any bail because, I think he's. A flight risk he's due back in court on September seventeenth faces up. To fourteen years in prison, this, guy. Should not be set free, Chuck and Kelly eight forty is your job. Sucking the. Life out. Of you wake up. You can do something. Else information technology I know what you're thinking but I'm not a math and science person no problem. No excuses it's not rocket science it's my computer career click the add or..
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A two-day meeting today we're also watching for ADP's scout of, private payroll growth and sprint continues to gain customers Posting its twelve. Straight quarter of growth in phone subscribers and raising its, profit forecast Gina Cervetti Bloomberg radio Cloudy and seventy. Two cents Chuck, and Kelly quite a bit of drama in Schenectady yesterday on a couple of different fronts first, of all there was a a note found about nine o'clock yesterday. Morning outside the county building on avenue and it really. Caused a lot of trouble for almost, three hours they. Evacuated county buildings and it's gonna. County office, buildings close to traffic employees were evacuated Scotty county library vacuous this is sergeant met during significant. You, know. Obviously incident Due to the vague nature of. It you know there are several. Addresses that need to be checked for everyone's safety, and you have pretty much the entire police department here and like I said you know. We have canine officer here. In Schenectady but, due to the large scale, of this event we needed to. Call in canine officers from the state, police from Albany county from Saratoga county from Troy to make, sure that, we, can get this done in as much of a timely fashion as possible so presumably there'll be serious consequences if they found. Whoever left this, note was diagnosed they found about nine o'clock outside the county office building inferring some sort of, a threat so they were extra cautious this next story Kelly also. Out of Schenectady sounds a like a soap opera I'm, not sure where. The truth lies but there are a. Lot of interesting elements to the, story let's, say okay A few months. Ago a woman was arrested for. Violating an order of protection a and stocking and, a whole series of charges because it's alleged that she was in a relationship with a. Schenectady cop and he was. Married she's married, it did not end well, and she's accused of sending explicit. Photos of her private parts to the, cops wife and the cops wife went in this order protection, filed against, her And in protecting her and five other members of, the family so the woman was arrested so yesterday comes out that sees now filed a notice of claim against the city claiming that the cop. Allegedly had. The affair with his brother, is the police chief Clifford bright so he is accused him of going to the state police and telling her husband everything or Osmond supervisor right right Is your. Husband's a a state trooper. And so is the guy that clever told so she's alleging that he abused power and made he's he actually says that he made her look like a complete lunatic I'm gonna. Say maybe the foundation was already there we will see well so she's like filed, like a ten million. Dollar, claim Classic ten million dollars she claims that. Chief Clifford acted outside the. Scope of his employment defamation abuse, of power and says that he she. Called he calls her husband's boss at to. Say that she was having an affair with the with his brother and wow. So you have the chief Eric Clifford in Schenectady then Sean Clifford the I think he's the city's canine. Officer the brother of the chief he put out. A, statement says this is difficult time for my family I'm doing all. I can to protect them I sincerely apologize to. My family for. The, endorsement that this is brought them so quite the drama Hey get him what I I know you can't because it's all alleged everything. For, super quickly I mean I don't have a dog in this fight but it's like, deja vu, it seems. Every other week we wake up and there's like up the Rensselaer county DA's office missed another deadline and another bad guy may. Walk free as a result it's happened again lost, track of how many. Times does this happen but you're talking about a double murder suspect, now who's probably going to walk free because he missed. Another deadline there was a double murder long story short double murder in Troy they they've been to the grand. Jury. Twice to get indictments twice the judge said you're, missing some stuff? Yeah forty five days to go for a. Third attempt to get it. Done long story short forty five, day the forty five day period has. Now passed and the the defense attorney saying. Forty five day period past let this guy go so this has happened before. With a sex offender And it almost happened, with the, guy who bludgeoned to death in Lansing. Birds right they didn't. They didn't disclose that one of the key witnesses actually was involved, in another court, case is this. Guy and I don't, have a dog at, the, by either I? Don't live in Rensselaer county but from an outsider you now have sex. Offenders going, free and now would double murder suspect is, going to be back out. On the streets you don't deserve to hold that office if you have mistakes of this magnitude the only good news is that this incompetence the Rensselaer county DA's office. In this particular, case if I understand it correctly maybe I'll be. Proven wrong this guy there will be no Justice on these murder charges but I think he'll be deported so. At least you won't be, on our, streets, it'll be the murderer. Will be back on somebody else's streets but the point is that he's accused of killing two people at. A, pretty violent and brutal manner and up sorry we missed the deadline you know maybe, we should, invest in. The calendar that's what I'm thinking or maybe we should reconsider our career choices in SRP invoice list price dealer price Toby Knapp. Here if your car shopping you've probably heard these Terms but. What do they mean, it's so confusing it was, confusing not anymore we tell. 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"Eight ten and one zero three one w. g. y. nicic says they've made substantial progress on power outages in Washington. County a couple of, hours ago there were over five hundred thirty customers without power they have whittle that number down to about fifty also about fifty five, or, so customers still remain without power in Rensselaer county in, about a hundred and fifty. Customers without power in Dutchess county according to nicic officials national grid says they've pretty much Radicati the outages in Saratoga. County earlier this morning. Between five and six There were fifteen hundred customers without power about, thirteen hundred of those in Clifton park most of those outages have, now been restored still. Hard, hit area Albany county city of Albany. Of course went through an especially tough time yesterday afternoon flooded streets cars stuck in water some trees down as well still about sixteen hundred customers in Albany county, without power eleven hundred of those in the city of. Albany another three hundred or so in comedy national grid holding firm now to the restoration time still it's expected to, be at about three. O'clock this afternoon and Rensselaer county throated fifty customers without power most of those in Troy again. At three PM restoration time according to national grid and there are still about. One hundred customers without power in Columbia County the US private space industry getting closer to its first mission carrying astronauts to and from space on contract and soon we'll know which astronauts get to. Take the ride FOX's, Eban Brown has more from Miami ever since NASA retired the fleet of space shuttles in two thousand eleven American astronauts have been writing to and from the international. Space station on Russian Soyuz spacecraft at cost to American taxpayers but. The use of Russian flights, was only temporary as private aerospace firms developed their own, crafts to fly, to space and. Back working under contract for NASA SpaceX and Boeing will be those companies their first. Flights are to take place either at the end. Of this year or early next year, but August fifth NASA will announce which astronauts will fly on those missions these will be the first US astronauts to launch from US soil since two thousand. Eleven in Miami Eban Brown Fox News some major crowds expected this weekend in Cooperstown, to welcome six new members to major league baseball hall of fame Chipper. Jones Jim Thome e Vladimir Guerrero Trevor Hoffman Jack Morris and Alan Trammell taking their places among the game's. Immortals on Sunday hall of fame president Jeff Idelson tells news. Channel. Thirteen is a great weekend for everybody I'm just fortunate, to have to be here as part of this Great staff and Cooperstown. Of such a pristine village it's a great place to be more than fifty living hall of famers taking part in. A parade today induction ceremonies set for tomorrow lawyer for stormy Daniels says he now represents three more women who claim they were paid hush money by Donald Trump's lawyer Mike Levin Eddie says is. Three new clients claim they were paid by Trump and his former attorney Michael Cohen to keep quiet. About alleged affairs, Manetti says the incidents happened before the two thousand sixteen. Election one woman claimed she was pregnant at the time six women claim they were sexually harassed by the head, of CBS. Women's spoke with New Yorker magazine about the alleged abuse for them claim CBS had les Moonves forcibly kissed her touch them. During business meetings all of them told, the magazine, they believe their career suffered after they rejected him Moonves says he regrets making some women, uncomfortable decades ago but insists that he has always thought of the. Principal no means known as never retaliated against anyone g. y. news Coming, up to eight thirty five.
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"Now I need you more than ever You don't say people don't play defense You're making twenty million bucks Chicago. Bulls, he's, option will not be renewed I meanwhile. Chicago Bears in camp over in burbenay burbenay kind. Of reminds me of the old days I used to go down to Rensselaer Indiana, with my dad to. Watch the bears shake out the kinks the only difference is the bears, would be, down there. For seven weeks two days six exhibitions, if you're trying to do that today the players, association not only wouldn't go on strike they would. Probably declare war with that in mind we pick up with the man who. I don't want to say this guy he's, been around football for a long time but he. Taught the game, to Brooklyn a gerski our good friend. John moon Mullen Mon my good man what. You've been up to what's going on Well I just kind. Of get Branca's helmet here in a minute I bridge I'm going to see what the opening day. Is usual It'll be my sixty eighth consecutive opening day You're going to have to Green. Bay where you just do the home. Opener I'm just gonna do the home opener although you know what if my back I, got done with, a spinal fusion Cheap I'm going to get up to. Green Bay for the the opener there. And, that leads me to a question I I don't know exactly where the. Bears finished with ws Nels I can't I can't forecasted right now except to say this if they happen to get, by Rogers opening night in Green Bay If. They can stay healthy Keith Floyd on the field keep white on the field avoid soft tissue injuries, moon, I honest to gosh believe with Trubisky in. The second year they could, squeeze out ten wins well you know we've seen enough NFL seasons Chattanooga every, year there's, some team that that just complete your thought it was going to be, contender and they just what the best and there's some other. Teams thought oh they're going to be their bottom. Bottom feeders and I think member way way back when Danny green took over the Vikings, and I think, he looked you know when I made. It a goal to win every preseason games they did and then turned. Into a really like a playoff first. Year, so there's always come team that that way underachieved and then there's some. Team that achieves everything is capable of and maybe a boy's injury like you said or maybe states up on somebody Bet it's good, to get in the Packers early Maybe errands. Here Erin Denic are out out too late You know there's all..
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"Mulling over like oh like my friends my friend's dad when i was growing up always so funny he did this thing and you're like oh god that was terribly like right that was very bad and some you know seeing things as an adult being like oh shit they were like they were totally down on their luck or something like that but yeah i i think digging into sort of the context historically is really really cool i read the we both read the making of star wars by j w rensselaer which is crazy because it's a deep dive on how star wars got made it's easy to be like i like star wars i like when the good guys fight the bad guys and they win all right out of it you know whatever but like you can also dig into like oh so you know in nineteen seventy five like francis ford coppola was like hey lucas you still working on that space bullshit you wanna come make apocalypse now with me and lucas like i feel like children need a different type of war film made one of lasers and it was sort of like a fairytale and space and there's an alternate universe out there somewhere where george lucas went and was co directing apocalypse now and star wars never happened and question marks you know like right at that change i mean i've seen return the jet one hundred times but i've also seen the making of documentaries that are like obtuse and they're on youtube and stuff like that yet dig around from a little bit or i read the books that that taught me that that movie had more puppets and any other movie ever made at the time and i had no idea growing up i just assumed like it was easy to make puppets you know i figured jim henson just had thousands of sitting around you could just go in there is on like bags of leaves and ship them out your also your like your context of time changes as you as you get older you look at the fact that i dunno adults were making movies in in stars for instance is seventy seven eighty eighty three and then the alien movies was seventy nine eighty.
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"Now says rensselaer but forget about the federal government right now look on the good side it's not just all tragedy look the legislature did pass a package to repair local streets and roads it's called senate bill one still he says it's just a drop in the bucket in san francisco scotla teary kcbs nevada man was arrested for drug offenses after he allegedly boasted about it on facebook the twenty four year old man who was not identified was on probation for drug trafficking and his facebook post caught the attention of a probation officer so his car was searched officers say they found marijuana ecstasy mushrooms a digital scale small plastic baggies three cell phones and cash two thousand dollars in cash probation officials say the monitoring social media is one method of ensuring that people comply with their probation conditions the tv series cops is filming in sonoma's county right now at the sheriff's department over the next eight weeks the press democrat reports producers then we'll tag along with the santa rosa police for eight weeks beginning in may sergeant spencer chrome with the sheriff's office says it's a good chance to showcase the work the deputies do and the response so far has been positive students at san jose state are converting an old school bus into a home for one of their own professors kcbs has matt bigler says the professor has been living out of her car engineering students have already ripped out the seats from this mini school bus and are now busy installing a shower compost toilets stove refrigerator all for an adjunct english professor who's been living out of her car on campus because she can't afford the rent and there will be accommodation for like area four cables for eating as well as working on computers and grading papers in this case that would come in handy definitely fred peres engineering professor at san jose state says they already have to other school bus conversions waiting in the wings you're gonna deal this one and learn from what we have done and improve for the next bus next bus the city also has plans to build tiny homes for the homeless the kind without wheels but a location for the village of sleeping cabins has yet to be determined in san jose matt bigler kcbs coming up on kcbs jeffrey schaub in san rafael the san francisco marin foodbank expands into a much larger warehouse as.
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"Schedule a free consultation today here's bomber kim number three two wafting known to do a young mom who left for kids home alone because she had to go work at the strip club has been arrested after her two year old was found wandering the streets naked they don't have daycare at the strip club let's right well chelsea sawyer can i get to decide serves to have children must chelsea you've made that request on many ions the answer always been nolet i keep asking maybe someday survival let me decide that was chelsea sawyer that you could have seen it excellent six dot com slash live but her picture is down now but so don't go there where he he goes back and forth i knew he police are the sawyer left for children home by themselves at 1030 tuesday night so she could go to her shift that night moves gentleman squad i moves bob bob see listen only a surplus idiot and it's very classy it's a nice nice gentleman's club bench she went out after work authorities got a call wednesday that the child was walking the streets two years old walking the streets unclothed that they tracked down the boy later found his threeyearold brother unsupervised in the apartment ms sawyer was arrested and booked into the rensselaer county jail better candidate number three well what's a working mom to do all right let's review the first two and vote sutter canada number one oh let's just joe multiple allegations at by the way been leveled at route texas representative joe barton but this was particular one where a woman who is just a constituent who did a lot of emailing with him about issues that she was concerned about and she's a very conservative person to other wishes the tea party or in all of their eh she she he said he would all all often steer the conversation the sexual matters when i was just you know texting him about what are we going to do about these glamorous cameras on red lights barak ended at number two everybody in america says that it's a man arrested in canada for shouting an obscenity at a reporter on live tv when he was asked why he said because everybody in america says that and boehner candidate number three what's a working mohme.