21 Burst results for "Reparable"

"reparable" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"reparable" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"National interagency fire center have burned a combined 295,000 acres could get bigger At more than 168,000 acres the calf canyon fires a single biggest in the United States Governor Michelle lujan Grisham is appealing to residents in the path of the fires in New Mexico to evacuate warning that starting tomorrow morning There will be a hundred straight hours of red flag conditions A hundred hours of wind and extreme temperatures Is extremely concerning Scientists say wildfire seasons are getting longer and more ferocious because of extreme weather conditions fuel by climate change Consequential winds today for Republicans in Georgia a judge says congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene should remain on the ballot a small group of voters filed a formal challenge to her candidacy saying she encouraged the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol last year Here's W ABE Sam greenglass The decision by a state judge says the plaintiffs failed to prove that green engaged in insurrection They had asked the state to disqualify green from running citing a provision in the constitution that forbids members of Congress who support an insurrection from serving in office Greene testified under oath last month answering many questions about the days leading up to January 6th with I don't recall Now it's up to Georgia's Secretary of State to decide whether to follow the judge's recommendation There's no indication he won't The plaintiffs could try to appeal the ruling but it's unlikely she'll be knocked off the ballot For NPR news I'm Sam greenglass in Atlanta In Florida federal appeals courts reinstating portions of a state voting law that a lower court judge ruled discriminatory against black voters and Alabama federal judges hearing evidence for a second day on whether to block a state law that would ban gender affirming medical treatments for transgender youth Your NPR's W Elliot Lawyers for Alabama are presenting expert witnesses who question the consensus among key medical groups that gender affirming medicines including puberty blockers and hormone therapy are an accepted standard of care for transgender youth Toronto psychologist James Cantor testified that a majority of youth diagnosed with gender dysphoria later desist and identify with the sex they were assigned at birth families of transgender youth and the U.S. Justice Department are asking a federal judge to stop enforcement of the law arguing it will do a reparable harm to transgender youth Alabama's law would criminalize gender affirming medical treatments or surgeries for anyone under 19 Debbie Elliott NPR news Montgomery This is NPR news From WAB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris or time now four O four Georgia democratic you guys send it a raffia Warnock cast an early ballot this morning at Southwest Atlanta's metropolitan library As he submitted his choices with reporters in tow he said he will also vote in favor of abortion rights if the Senate takes up the measure I've always.

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"reparable" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Code-named called Cash C. A. C. H. E.. The man is expected to allow Google analytic tools to traditional banking products. Wow so imagine google analytics connected to your bank. You know in some ways that could be cool. It's like hey you know. Are you actually even using the subscription that you signed up for because I looked on your android phone and you've not opened at the APP the year pay of dollars a month for. Are you sure that you wanNA give you paying so in some ways. That could be cool but do we don't need Google in more of our life. We need Google in less of our lives yet wolf but what you say right. There makes a good point and it's that type of convenience right that make that that allow us as humans to do the tradeoff. Yeah you know I. I want my Amazon Echo because I like being able to ask And I won't say her name because I don't want to set off everybody's Alexa. Play the CRYPTO podcasts You know the it's a trade off. It's like go young willing to forego whatever privacy I forego on my device because of convenience or did you see the new the new Alexa glasses asses. So they have glasses frames that The you know it has the induction speakers built into the into the earpieces and so so all day long is listening to everything you say for that one moment when you say Alexa to tell to do something I don't know I just creepy to me. Who's going to wear Alexa glasses? I don't know so you're making people's devices go crazy right that stop mm-hmm especially if they're listening to the show on that it's like they're like screw it. I'm done listening. That's that's over well. If you're still listening it's worth it because we have a funny story for you. Here from be in CRYPTO DOT COM. The article headline is Craig Wright Reich claimed he would reveal a critical bug in Bitcoin and light coin. Then didn't shocker. He said he said in a tweet. LEAT that after a year's time this was a year ago that he would release details on an alleged reparable flaw in both bitcoin and in light coin. That essentially renders both coins dead on their feet and one year later there was no reply why he did not say what it was and so once again Craig right does not come through. Thanks a lot craig. Right Hey I WANNA reveal Vietnam. Critical bug in bad crypto. Never Mind it's it's you and me were the critical finally last story. Okay from our sponsor e Toro. They've got five new stable coins that they have introduced to their exchange including the US dollar coin the the US dollar tether and now they've also added Dash and the much anticipated gold X.. To.

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"reparable" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That is absolutely amazing. Bernie sanders. Talking about climate center. Thirty seconds to follow up to thirty the old ways on the longer relevant, the scientists tell us twelve years before they is reparable damage to this planet. This is a global issue, what the president of the United States, you do. It's not denied the reality of climate change. But tell the rest of the world that instead of spending a trillion dollars on weapons of the structured, let's get together for the common enemy. And that is to transform the world energy system away from fuel efficiency exit stateable energy future of the planet rest. Can't we not yell at each other? And we're talking about the future of the planet, he was screaming all night. So they talked about the climate a lot me. I I'm very happy to talk about conservation. I'm not an environmentalist. These people are radical in these people are ugly. It's why the green new deal is such a terrible idea. If you tell me that you want to lower carbon emissions to the amount technologically, feasible. That is saying, we don't care about the damage that it will do to farmers or others. We don't care about the damage due to engaging and building a food supply or housing or anything else. That's what technologically feasible, it's what it means. Just because something is technologically feasible doesn't mean that's the route, you should go it should be to a purpose. I have never met anybody who's like, oh, dirty water. Sweet freaking great love it. Love me, some dirty water tasty. They that makes the best pasta that gives you the really good dente. Sometimes you get Alexa, crunching their no one, no one at all. There's nothing wrong with somebody on the political right talking about conservation, talking about the from the simple stuff of you. You cut down your plant a tree. To larger things about how we want to deal with levels of emissions, that we don't want to throttle to, to massive negatives business. But we want to all be involved in how this works, you can have that conversation. It's not even like a like a crunchy conversations pretty standard, as far as I see tons of opportunity in their, these people. These people all think that, that the climate conversation is a conversation about you don't care and you don't love. And if we really love the planet will immediately limit ourselves on this, and on that. And we'll limit people on the other thing and will prevent air travel, and all the cow parts have to go. That's where it all falls apart. And that's where people like Marianne Williamson fall apart. And the people on many on the political left wanna go down this idea. You see, we have to just take care of the planet, while we're taking care of the planet, China will continue to pollute at numbers. You cannot fathom. China and India will be paying no mind. When the big story was the key protocols about how we deal with the missions, China and India said. Think care. You heard Joe Biden in this debate say that we have to do something about climate because after all we're the ones putting out all the emissions on the issue of how you do this. Democrats are arguing robustly among themselves about what's the best way to tackle climate change. But if we're honest, many Republicans, including the president are.

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"reparable" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well president trump not staying up the working families try to throw thirty two million people that care that they have and that eighty three percent of your tax benefits go to the top one percent that's how we'd be expose to troy Thaddeus? that was actually him calm cool and collected how about bernie sanders taking on joe biden on climate centers thirty seconds to follow up on a whole thirty the old ways on the long relevant the scientists tell us twelve years before the is reparable damage to this planet this is a global what the president of the united states should do it's not denied the reality of climate change but tell the rest of the world that instead of spending a trillion and a half dollars on weapons of the let's get together for the comment that it's the transform the world energy system away from fossil fuel efficiency exit stateable energy future of the planet rest So loud. He was so cringe. Incredibly. Loud. Just. So, so so crazy loud. on day one we take out our executive auto pen and we were sent every damn thing on this issue that trump has thought to A two. to picking up on point the children we gotta look at the root causes and you have a situation where among other things is a failing state massive corruption you've got gang to what telling families a ten year old snug joined that gang that family is gonna be killed what we've gotta do on day one is invite the president's and the leadership of sexual america and mexico together this is a hemisphere accu problem that we have When I'm telling you that somebody was loud. They were loud. one of the good fences that joe it i have a record is joe voted for that will help lead the opposition to which is total process to the wool i helped lead the for the first time to utilize the war powers act to get the united states out of the saudi led into ventian in yemen which is the most horrific humanitarian let me be very clear i will do everything to protect a wall with a ron which will default worse than disastrous war with iraq santer.

Planned Parenthood back in court over Missouri's last abortion clinic

Chicks On the Right

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Planned Parenthood back in court over Missouri's last abortion clinic

"Him. Planned Parenthood will be back in court this morning, and Missouri trying to keep the state's only abortion clinic open FOX's Lilian. Woo was on the case live. Well, Dave the clinics license was to expire without being renewed last Friday because Missouri's governor says the places unsafe and has clinic. Issues that need to be resolved. Planned Parenthood operates a clinic and is suing and got a judge last week to keep the place open saying, closing the clinic would result in a reparable harm now both sides back in front of the judge Missouri, just passed a law that criminalizes abortion after eight weeks

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"reparable" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lives and the black civil rights activists is charged with treason and hidden away in Louisiana prison. If you do about the United States in nineteen sixty that if you will black and taken out of jail cell in the middle of the night, you were going to back. That's coming up next on the moth radio hour from PR X right after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein American manufacturers are welcoming President Trump's announcement that he's lifting tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Mexico and Canada. So as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is Dan carpenter. Shock reports Trudeau says the tariffs twenty-five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminum were a major barrier to moving forward with the new North American Free trade deal. Now that they've been lifted the two governments can set a timeline for ratification of that deal. Washington and Ottawa will lift the tariffs and Canada's countermeasures within forty eight hours and end all litigation before the WTO. Canada's fun minister today said Ottawa will move quickly to ratify the new pact, the future of the Trump administration's plan to use Pentagon funds to pay for a border wall is now in the hands of a federal judge in California as Lilly. Jamali of member station. K Q, E D reports attorneys presented their final arguments yesterday U S District, judge Haywood Gilliam heard arguments Friday about whether President Trump was justified when he declared a national emergency to secure funds for border wall, construction twenty states led by California and the ACLU say the president unlawfully bypassed congress, which controls the federal purse, strings ACLU attorney drawer, lauding, our clients are already experiencing a reparable harm.

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"reparable" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The news. Live from NPR news in Washington on chase Stevens. The Trump administration has announced a deal to lift you tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, the agreement paves, the way for new trade agreement among the three nations. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's a win for workers and consumers on both sides of the border, we've committed with this agreement to work with the Americans and the Mexicans to look at the global steel, and aluminum market, where we recognize significant challenges from other countries to make sure that we are protecting our workers are industries here in Canada. So it's a continued commitment to safeguard our industry here to prevent the various ways and dumping that, that can happen in Canada. And in North America, US, Trade Representative Robert lighthizer says the deal allows the US to reimpose terrorists of steel, and aluminum imports surged beyond. Historic levels of federal judge in California is considering a request to block the Trump administration's plan to use to shift Pentagon funding to pay for wall construction along the US Mexico border from member station. K. Q. E D lily Tamale has more from Oakland US district judge Haywood Gilliam heard arguments Friday about whether President Trump was justified when he declared a national emergency to secure funds for border wall, construction twenty states, led by California and the ACLU say the president unlawfully bypassed congress, which controls the federal purse, strings ACLU attorney drawer, lauding, our clients are already experiencing a reparable harm border communities..

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Judge gives U.S. six months to identify separated migrant children

PBS NewsHour

04:45 min | 3 years ago

Judge gives U.S. six months to identify separated migrant children

"The separation of migrant parents from their children entering this country from Mexico remains difficult and emotional issue one where the president and his administration have been criticized both for the policy and for reunification delays. But as you Michelle Fender tells us, a federal judge ordered the government to speed up reunifications in January and inspector general's report found that US officials on the southern border likely separated thousands more children from their parents than it previously been reported. In fact, the practice started before the administration announced zero tolerance policy in the spring of two thousand eighteen the Trump administration suggested it could take two years to identify children and their parents, but a federal judge in California rejected that yesterday instead he gave the government six month deadline tie Dennis by all the families league. Learnt of the American Civil Liberties union is the lead attorney in the lawsuit. He joins us from New York Lee. Thanks so much for being here. The Trump administration wanted a lot more time to identify. These separated families how important is the judge's decision. This is absolutely critical. This ruling the the administration was asking for two years just to a dente fi the families that it separated. I mean, we already know that they separated three thousand that's been reported. Now, they're potentially thousands more. These thousands more were separated ten months ago, at least ten months ago, maybe far longer the administration wanted two years. Just to a dent defy the Twitter, not actually reunify just what take a child who's three years old now separated when they were to another two years means that three of the five years of their life. They would have been separated from their parents, the judge put his foot down and said, I want this done in six months, and I'm hoping it can actually be done much quicker, and I want production to the ACLU on a rolling basis. So we are hoping within a few weeks. We start seeing lists of. Families because ultimately, we're going to be the ones who have to contact valley's track them down. It's going to be very very difficult task. It's going to be enormously resource. Intensive it's going to be difficult to may take us to be on the requires to be on the ground in Central America. But we're going to have to do it. I think this is the most important moment in the family separation case and the whole family separation issue. Last summer when we got the court's ruling the government started separating families as early as July twenty seventeen but it didn't really dispel a system to track these children until twenty eighteen with that in mind. How feasible is it that the government can identify these families in six months? I think it's absolutely feasible. What's going to be harder is then tracking them down. Because the last contact information may be stale now, but the government knows that these families are part of a group of forty seven thousand children, most of whom actually came here by themselves, but thousands of whom were separated. So they have the files what they were really arguing in the beginning is that they don't even want to track them down because it would be too much of a burden to go through these files. We show that these forty seven thousand files can be reviewed very quickly. And it's just it's only a matter of are you going to prioritize the lives of these children that Trump administration hasn't been able to pin down. Just how many children it's separated from their families with that in mind, how many parents have already possibly been deported without their children. I fear that a good portion of them have already been deported without their children in the first batch of three thousand we know that nearly five hundred were deported without their. Children these separations occurred before those three thousand I think it's likely a substantial portion of the parents are sitting overseas without their children now and children are at the heart of this story when you think about the trauma that these children who possibly are still separated from their families are enduring what concerns you most about these children. I think. They're potentially a reparable permanent damage that they're going to suffer. What the medical community has been saying is that the separation it self causes enormous trauma. But what really potentially causes the permanent trauma is the length of the separation. And so now, we have these families already been separated for ten months at least ten months, and it could go on for long or and I think the medical community has been warning that we need to find these children and reunite them. And then once the reunited, we need to get the medical help because they're going to be suffering severe trauma. Hopefully, it's not

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"reparable" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"So much parking in noisy. Yelling our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent. Who controls my voice? Nobody wants news channel real news. Real honest opinion, federal judges had to block a new Trump administration policy on abortion, a federal judge in Oregon, Michael McShane, an Obama appointee is planning to grant preliminary injunction against changes that was trip funding from any family planning organization that also provides abortions or tells where to get one McShane calling it a quote ham fisted approach to public health policy. But an attorney for the government says there is no proof of quote, a reparable harm for the rules and nothing to suggest a political motivation for the changes, however McShane has. Said his ruling may be limited in scope because he's reluctant to set national health care policy shall Fox News after hearing oral arguments on Tuesday, the US supreme court is expected to rule by late June question the administration wants to include in the twenty twenty cents is is this person a citizen opponents say that question will hold down responses from Hispanics and other minority groups three lower courts of already blocked the question. A ska North Korea's leader Kim Jong UN has arrived in Russia by train a day before his much anticipated summit meeting with Russia's president. Vladimir Putin comes amid deadlocked diplomacy on the North's nuclear program, chairman Kim and President Putin are scheduled to meet in Vladivostok on Thursday. The eighteenth annual Tribeca film festival kicks off the same thing in New York City kickoff this evening with a screening of HBO's new documentary. The Apollo held at the legendary Harlem theater, it will include world premieres of documentaries and feature films as well as talks with Martin Scorsese. Michael J, FOX Robert de Niro and more special events are also planned to Mark the fortieth anniversary of Apocalypse Now and the thirtieth anniversary of the cult. Classic say anything the Tribeca film festival runs through may fifth in New York City. Tanya powers Fox News record high closes on Wall Street Tuesday. The NASDAQ gained one hundred five points to.

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"reparable" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yelling our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, you're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not going to cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be signing. Who controlled my voice? Nobody wants news. Real news. Real honest opinion, federal judges to block it Trump administration policy on abortion, a federal judge in Oregon, Michael McShane and Obama appointees planning to grant preliminary injunction against changes that was funding from any family planning organization that also provides abortions or tells where we get one McShane calling it a quote Hanff fisted approach to public health policy. But an attorney for the government says there is no proof of quote, a reparable harm for the rules and nothing to suggest political motivation for the changes. However McShane has said he's a ruling may be limited in scope because he's reluctant to set national health care policy shall manageable Fox News after hearing oral arguments on Tuesday. The US supreme court is expected to rule by late June. The question the administration wants to include in the twenty twenty cents is is this person a citizen opponents say that question will hold down responses from Hispanics and other minority groups three lower courts of already blocked the question. A north North Korea's leader Kim Jong UN has arrived in Russia by train a day before his much anticipated some of meeting with Russia's president. Vladimir Putin comes amid deadlocked diplomacy on the North's nuclear program, chairman Kim and President Putin are scheduled to meet in Vladivostok on Thursday. The eighteenth annual Tribeca film festival kicks off the evening in New York City. We'll kick off this evening with a screening of HBO's new documentary. The Apollo held at the legendary Harlem theater, it will include world premieres of documentaries and feature films as well as talk. With Martin Scorsese. Michael J, FOX Robert de Niro and more special events are also planned to Mark the fortieth anniversary of Apocalypse Now and the thirtieth anniversary of the cult. Classic say anything the Tribeca film festival runs through may fifth in New York City Tanya, j powers Fox News record high closes on Wall Street Tuesday. The NASDAQ gained one hundred five points to close at a record the S and P five hundred twenty-five also record on Jack Callaghan. This is Fox.

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"reparable" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on WSB-AM

"W SP movie, Monday catoon, a fall in the breaking news out of Paris, France, Notre down Notre Dom huge fire forward. Firefighters trying to knock it down. Maybe reparable damage, hopefully, the stone structures still there, but all the old wood is is complete gone, whatever's in there is completely gone as well Jim joins us in Swannee. Jim welcome to the Mark Arum show. Hey, mark. It's not a church. But I think it'd be very sad in Atlanta. If we lost the varsity are are very max tearoom to- five varsity, Mike shields in the traffic center said the varsity that would be I would cry, you know, so funny. So I had a guy a poker buddy of mine had a friend in from Maryland. And he's like where we're going to go for dinner tonight, and Mike you gotta go to Mary max like that's if you want the ultimate southern dining experience. It's it's Mary MAC. So yeah. That would be incredibly said I haven't been there in a while. I just can't do lunch anymore with my schedule launch at Mary max all the time. Great, but I don't do lunch anymore because I'm sleeping during lunch. Longoria fix that. Will you fix my schedule Franks in Woodstock, Frankie? Boy, welcome to the show. Hey, mark. How are you? What's up, brother? Here on like, maybe on a cultural whatever level take the socks off the phone. I can barely hear you. Okay. All right, buddy. Not really, that's okay. Go ahead fire away. Firm bag or land of Garin cycle around the wan out. Ooh. Is that on the list swan.

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"reparable" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"He switched and saved a bunch which was awesome back. Tim Brandon with his nowhere. I've been what meet asked him for while we have a bunch of new coaches in the SEC and we've spoken to all of them lately. But but Tim the one coaching situation that. Remains uncertain unclear is the one at LSU what in the world is going on down there. Twisting in the wind. You brought me on with chubby checker, and you well, they're all twisting down there. The players are twisting a lot of the fans. Are twisting. It's it's amazing Paul. I I've never seen anything quite like it and having been at the final four, I will tell you this. I didn't run across anyone in sports administration at any school in any conference will any member of the media that wasn't stunned that there had not been something some resolution to the weight saga, whatever it is. And it must be big. I guess we'll find out like so many things in my state when there is a a wound. It's it's not it's not covered up with a bandage. But maybe a gauze band did your cast. It was they'll be open bleeding for everyone to see down there. It's really unfortunate. And regardless of what you think about the circumstances. Whether we'll wait has been single. Out more. So than anybody else or that. It's funny. How many fans of suddenly believe that avenue ATI is a credible source? He's got really he's going to unload on all the programs and Nike and everyone else. It's just a lot of Republicans now been giving credibility to to to to that lawyer, which makes no sense to me. But. It could be that. This could be a reparable damage done to LSU. I don't think anyone wants to see that whether you're fan of of LSU or or you're an SEC fan. You wanna see your teams do as well as they can? I would have thought by the time we got to the final four and the team had been knocked out of the NCAA tournament that they would have sought him. Why why is he still there? Obviously because of the lack of of stewardship one way or the other in it, all we're getting statements. It's a statement from him. It's a statement from alita no one wants to face the music. No, everyone is wanting to cover their own Iranians that is that's what's happening here. Whether it's the lawyers that are now involved with will that supposedly we're gonna keep him from having to testify along with along with Shawn Miller, or it's it's the athletic director who seemingly did not know in October that the story Pete Samuel put out there had legs. He must not have believed it because for him to be stunned at what these wiretaps reportedly had was just unconscionable to me. So I mean, I just don't honestly Paul. I wish I knew, but I don't and this notion that well because everybody else does. It then this should absolve. Go away is just really I mean, it's it's almost as if today I heard Jay Bilas say this earlier in the week sands don't care now we become so defensively is to wrongdoing. It's like bad. No problem that that everybody else does it too. So let's bring him back. He's he's taken us to the promised land have no quarrel with with Wilmington is booth or as a charming guy. I've met him at spent time with it. But if what's reported here is true. And I have no reason to believe that it's not then he should be out of a job and LSU should have gotten a guy. That's in Arkansas. I mean that was the guy you would have gotten. I mean, there's absolutely no doubt. He will. He wants was assistant coach there at LSU. He would have been the perfect hire there. So LSU could be they could be out of the loop for five to ten years because they failed to move as quickly as they should have on this weather. Whether it's because of legal ease or just downright stupidity leaving this program. Rudderless a rudder la- ship has been one of the worst possible things. I think we've seen in the modern day for for division. One college basketball program. Hate to end on such a Downer..

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"reparable" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on Get Up!

"I mean, you you told me earlier this morning, this this is not reparable. What's going out the Celtics right now is not reparable? Is that correct? Correct. That's what I'm telling you. Here's why like in team sports. We underestimate under estimate cohesion having a respect for one. Another being willing to sacrifice. Everybody has a role. Do you accept it in Boston right now? That's not happening. When you say that they're better without him. Leonard misses a lot of games. The is have a great record without. But nobody's popping off saying that they like when he misses the game. That's the difference that I see in the Boston Celtics versus the bucks in your books and around the box. But you see that happen a lot. I feel like team sports. The best thing I've ever played on was an undermanned. It was nine people on the team didn't have a lot of sub. So everyone like you said had to do a little bit more. In a little bit extra and everyone feels more valuable, and that's what we've seen with the Celtics without Cairo and have to leave this here for a minute. We've got some football too. But Zack's going to stay with us. We're going to get back to the LeBron thing that had him yelling at people who weren't. But let's get some football. According to Cowboys vice president Steven Jones the team the Cowboys has made its first offer to defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence Dallas has until March fifth to get a multi year deal done with Lawrence before they would have to use the franchise tag on him. If that is the way that it goes into for more perspective on that. And other things. I mean, go live to the side of the combine. That's where Louis Riddick is standing by joins us this morning live morning Lewis. Do you expect that to get done in Dallas? They've got about a week to do it. Know, I really do expect there to be hard push to get this done. What you're talking about a guy who plays a premium position who was put together back to back to spectacular seasons whose twenty six years old. I I mean, there's really no there's nothing that would really prohibit you or rather make you push pause and say, look, we're not gonna put the full court press on to get the Marcus Lawrence done with this guy. Who's one of the most distinctive run defenders in the NFL who plays with the tremendous motor. And then has the ability to not only sack the quarterback, but but produce strip acts. So I think this is one of these things that you have to make a priority. They have a lot of big contracts coming up with players who play premium positions on this football team. And he has to be priority. Number one without a doubt. I Louis them. Let me get back to the quarterbacks. Here we had Dan are Laskey breaking down some tape earlier this morning of Dwayne Haskins. I'd love me do to the same force because there's been so much talk about Kyle Murray, but has remained at least right now the number one quarterback on the board. Yeah. Look Dwayne is one of these guys who in situational football. Which is what we talk about all the time when you're talking about quarterbacks, he really excels. And when you look at the big ten. Championship game. And you look at what he did in a certain situation here on third and twenty this is spectacular. Look. This is third in twenty. You're not supposed to convert this kind of down in distance, especially when a team drops eight in the covered like northwestern. Does here four hundred four there is no way the ball should be able to get twenty plus yards. Let alone. Touchdown. What you see here is Dwayne just using his is to manipulate the benders moved offenders where he wants. So he can hit this route down the sideline and the pump. They could spectacular. Look at this row. All you have to do basically put your hands up is this going to stick right there in your gut, and you're gonna you're going to complete the catch. Those are the kind of things when you watch his tape all year long. He has become very very proficient at not just playing quarterback in throwing the football and showing off his physical skills. But the mental part of his game..

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"reparable" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Well, they they've had one last year in Dallas. They lost by forty right? But this was the worst loss of LeBron James entire career. Never lost this many points. Yeah. But you think he's gonna think that's gonna happen twice. No. I think the up you're the one that's saying that these players are reparable damaged. I disagree. No. I'm saying that their relationship with the organization is changed. Yeah. But it's not can change back. I don't think it's irreparable. Do you? I'll tell you what for more than one of those guys. I think it's gonna wind up being reparable, which ones I I don't know. I don't know what's going on in side their heads. Yeah. I mean when you're standing at the free throw line and somebody's Chan and an entire arenas chanting, LeBron's going to trade, you LeBron's going to trade. You you kind of you start to believe that you start to believe that you are not valued by LeBron. Right. But if you all the Brian cares about is winning. So if you start winning and playing, well, then maybe they keep you, you know, they've got a got a they're buying tomorrow at noon, they're they're gonna find out if they get a two month addition to stay and they might. I would I why ball out I play harder because I know. Oh, gosh. Well, I always got traded New Orleans now, I'm going to stay in LA. I gotta play. Now. I think in weird way, it's almost motivating. Using the opposite. I said for more than one of those guys it will be the opposite. Yeah. I don't think. So I just grew. Yeah. I mean, you're talking about five guys eight guys while you, well, the other. I'm not worried about the older. You mean, the the vet guys that were included in the thing. I'm I'm I mean, our steel Brad Hart. Lonzo who's zoo Botts? Yeah. Yeah. Those guys. Yeah. I think that it's part of being an MBA player you traded at any minute. Harassed? Just got traded for the fourth time. He's twenty six and he's a good player, and he's content. He's going to he's going to transfer the NBA finals, he's got to be thrilled. Let me think Charlotte. I think this may be it's possible. He's been traded five times in six years. I'll look it up during the break. Okay. Good. All right going to fifteen while that's insane..

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"reparable" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"We did it in his new house at which he like his first year was an apartment and his vision board high bunch of house stuff. Uh-huh. And then the second year, we did it in his house. He bought and there was all apartments to he was trying to. I'm this them. And we can't do we make ourselves present the boards to each other to own dream on the dream. And so that's what a wedding is. By the way. Dude, we're on mushrooms. You know what I'm saying? You're saying this is our intention. Yeah. And there's power insurance. Yeah. And so like some of the most important little lessons, I picked up from the people who are sharing was like nothing's ever as big of a deal as it is in your head. And that is so hard to someone who like deals with anxiety or I'm out word out a lot. And like people know me, but I don't like, I'm very quiet. I kind of keep to myself a lot and sometimes I can be perceived as Doosan asshole or most of the time just high like chilling like being like, okay. I don't know what anyone wants to talk about. But I'm here if anyone's talk right like a coke machine. Buzzing. Okay. Just push the button. Way from long Cleveland, thirty minutes, thirty minutes. And so once the start like Honda saying, you realize how many I feel like especially with comedy when you take that like feeling and you put it out there in that laughter. You give from people that like acknowledgment is them being like me to hell, you I've I feel that all dairy, and that's healing. It's healing cheap. And they were like we're for laughs, man. I'm trying to heal my soul. And what we say sorry. I don't know. I just saying like that helps you be like, okay. I'm not saying it's them telling me to me too. And you're like, oh, I'm not the only broken one or the way on broken isn't like in what son reparable that comes from my traditional not forcing religion, like the pastors and the preachers that couldn't share their vulnerabilities. It was like that's just it's gone. It's outdated. It doesn't work anymore. If my if my pass, I don't have a passer, but if I had a passer, and he wasn't allowed to be like, you know, man, I woke up this morning. I don't know what it is. I didn't get enough sleep more. I've just been having a lot of loss. I've been reading a lot of fucking Neil degrasse Tyson. And I'm just feeling like, we're alone. And that's my experience today. And if we believe that I'm a piece of God in the spirit of God. Or that's what the spirit of God is saying today that it's all bullshit. And I'd be like fucking. Thank you know, how hard that would kill. It was so many applies the old ladies. Getting up running around sitting back. Yes. Some old ladies I was gonna say would be upset because they're there to see Mickey Mouse, they wanna see the mascot of what you're supposed to feel with the fucking talking about everybody is everything Tony Robbins. I'm just trying to think of somebody that seems to have their shit together. Some why do you think does all that shit? Jumping in a cold plunge. If not jumping in the cold plunge doesn't feel like being alone in the universe. I mean, definitely feel like when when you love something you have to love all of the good and the bad gold crack, gold crack, and like the feel that way about like the city of Cleveland, I feel that way about like religion. Like, there's good and bad aspects of everything. Right. And you have to keep those in mind. Like you can't like it's not a LA carte. Well. I mean, I think there was that Marilyn Monroe quote. Whereas if you don't love me at my worse, you don't deserve me on my best bag slightly cheesy that I'm saying, but she's on to something, you know, means like you love me for being perfect kiss my ass. Dude. You know,.

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"reparable" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Railings started actively historical modern whaling was over a million miles an hour down. Fifty. And while no whales are harmed in the collection of amber GRIs, Garo says this guy loves saying, amber GRIs collection of amber, GRIs, camber Grizz, amber GRIs, Gambro Grizz, amber GRIs Garo says that it's never a good idea to buy or sell products from an endangered species. You remember when does a there was a sushi joint in Santa Monica Vannes, they're making whalemeat sushi, and they got shut down again this country takes the fun out of everything. Let me see I think it had an interesting name to it was. Yeah, it was called the whale's tail or something whale meat. But until we can replicate something that smells as good as it was what was it called? It's called the hump. Okay. People will probably keep us. Great. The I rely on KFI Ben Sira officials in Orange County are warning people about several dangers that come with heavy rains leading slippery road conditions and mudslides stopped the list. The number one thing that they have to do is be safe when they're out and about driving garden grove fire captain Tang. Wind says oils on the roads will come up during heavy rain. So drivers have to slow down and take their time as for flooding survey property, make sure that all the drains are clear. The last thing you want is for something that back up and next thing, you know, it's getting into your your property. He says people in the hillsides and those near recent wildfires should pay close. Attention to local alerts and get out if ordered to leak in garden grove corporate Carson KFI US appeals court has blocked of warnings in San Francisco to win for the beverage industry. Eleven judges on the ninth circuit court of appeals unanimously voted down a law that would have required health warnings on ads for soda and other sugary drinks. The judges said the city's ordinance violated commercial speech protected. The constitution. They also acknowledged that drink producers would've likely suffered reparable harm under the law because the warning would have overshadowed other visual elements in ads city officials drafted the ordinance to curb consumption of sodas, another high calorie drinks that experts say contribute to childhood obesity. Monica Rix, KFI news much toothpaste can be troublesome new report from the CDC says too many kids use too much of the stuff. The study says that increases a child's risk of streaky or splotch teeth when he or she gets older about forty percent of kids three to six years old used a brush that was full or half full of toothpaste, even though experts recommend no more than a piece sized amount. Debra Mark KFI news American woman on safari in Zimbabwe has survived a hippo attack. Kristen y'all doors says she and her husband were in a canoe when the hippo flipped it over and pulled her under and have a chance to scream it was just so quick and so forth full that I got pulled under. And then we'll starting to be thrashed around. She says she punch. The hippo in the face several times and finally let go she was able to swim to shore were her husband helped her out of the water the hippos clenched teeth caused a ragged fracture. And y'all is right leg. She's already had two surgeries may need more. Go to the one on one got a.

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"reparable" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Favorite boxing fantasy metro arrive. Oh, good. Lord. Guy. I mentioned Alberto Canada. So I don't have too much. Passion, prediction, and my prediction is I ran the congregation probably. Ozzie Malgin Audrey stocks have been Venta later this year bait that on the rumor that's going around that corner negotiate some for boxing matinee and that. Sauna recently posted that video between him and Bali, anyhow, you know, your thoughts. First of all, I wouldn't mind seeing this at all. And I could go to one eighty on this. I actually it's not that I need to see it. I don't want to see if I'm not like requesting it in that sense. But like, not those your favorite boxing. Here's the thing before I used to hate it. But here's the point. I'm making now, I don't know what Connor's commitment level is too. I'm not saying it's not good or not sing. It is good. I'm saying it's unclear to me. Yeah. Exactly. And his coach has made some interesting comments that again, I don't wanna read too much into it. But there does appear to be some kind of disconnect there whatever that is. That's not reparable again. I'm not making too many claims that I'm saying, I'm pretty sure he's not one hundred percent all in. I think that's probably fair to say. And if he goes, and he's not part of the foul title picture, then I don't really care anymore. I want to see him vitamin don't get me wrong. But if he doesn't want to I don't want to force them you want to go five polling make a bunch of money five. Now, here's the only thing. I don't really know. It doesn't really benefit him to fight polio. Unless he's certain he's gonna whoop them which prop thinks folks Lowery think he will. But if you lose to pull him on Archie, bro that would be devastating. Over. Yeah. Because it's not like losing to me, whether the go who cares way. Yeah. You're listening to a retired fighter. And I'm not throwing shade. So you know, paulie tire. Yeah. He was a good boxer in his day. Good boxer you retired. But I'm all I'm down for that fight. And I've been down for a while. I remember when like the whole Mayweather McGregor build up. And I was like I told you guys I think I said on the beat unlike you, I'm down for Connor versus paulie. And you guys have roasted before. Hey, look, I think it'd be an entertaining thing thing lead up, and I actually think it would be a better fight than the Mayweather one. Don't you think it would be more competitive yet for sure? So yeah. Now talk about John Jones. I. Hi, this is Adrienne from Stockholm Sweden. John Jones post by drug tests came back negative, so people interpret these results as a proof of his innocence or is source of closure on the UC two three to mess. I find these clean results confusing at best the may not from USC Jone Jones for why he should be eligible to fight are the substance found in his body where remnants from previous intake, and that is could linger in his body for years, if not forever for now.

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"reparable" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

The FRONTLINE Dispatch

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

"Seven pounds and the future the infinite potential, the the vast landscape of possibilities that exists for him. It's the greatest blessing, no doubt and gift, but the most tremendous responsibility. You know? And I just can't imagine. That at any point in Karoo. Maze. Growth it being arrested some kind of way. You know, before he has a chance to to live out, whatever his purpose on earth is. Yeah. I've one last question campus, which has to do with you and me, you know, we talked for a lot of hours when we were recording for living with murder, and I was in a position of being both a journalist and being the daughter of a victim of violent crime. And that made me a lot more vulnerable in our conversations. And I found I had to walk a difficult line where I was asking you hard questions where I was sharing a lot of stuff with you that I I wouldn't have if if I if my mother hadn't been the victim of a violent crime. I'm wondering what that experience was like for you what I'm what I've learned Sam from having that conversation with you that I would think amounted to thirty five hours of conversation. And that's a lot considering the fifteen minute time restrictions on the phone calls. Yeah. Even though you and I. On so on so far extremes of the spectrum violence me as someone who caused it. And in most reparable way, and you have someone who suffered it. You know in connected to someone who suffered your mother, your mother the woman who gave you life. Yeah. You know for thirty five hours almost a whole year. You know that we talked. But what I've learned from that conversation is that there's a lot of strength and power and vulnerability..

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"reparable" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

13:32 min | 3 years ago

"reparable" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"My from my perspective. He sucked. He did a lot of things I disagreed with that one minor. But the thing he really did that I think we'll have reparable damage for decades. The gum has eastern the state into a sanctuary state. Period. He was the one that put in place. The ability for leeway islands go. Get driver's licenses. Medicating the school system. I got seven grandchildren in school. And about twenty five percent of all the all the kids in their classrooms. Don't speak English. It's got to be very frustrating for other students and also teachers, and I'm with you on the driver's license. I think giving drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. Got a driver's license because they got to get to work come on. I would think that would be an option too. But I'm with you on that. I think I think those are very good reasons to to oppose a Hickenlooper for governor. Well, I guess it's come and gone. But it I guess I the reason I think he was a decent governor on his own terms. Even though I disagree with the things that he did is that I think overall he was a decent leader. I don't agree with the things. He did. He's a democrat. And I guess I'm just trying to evaluate him on his own terms rather than evaluate him, according to a partisan standard. Although I I think it's totally fine to do that too. And I go both ways Bush's Bush was president. But the last stuff he did was not good. Yeah. I'm with you on that. Oh, I see both sides. I called what he did. I think we'll had damaged and we'll damage just think for decades to come. If you can correct it. I mean, you don't make your state a magnet what he's done and without doing it on purpose. I think that a lot of Democrats have a different view of illegal immigration. And I think that view is is wrong and doesn't take into account the cost of illegal immigration. The fact that it brings wages down the fact that it rewards illegal activity, it I think you're totally totally right about the driver's license and making it easier for people to function in society illegally. Well, yes, I mean in the mess that they're just you're picking fruit is a misnomer. I did thirty years in construction, and I can tell you that when I started my construction career nineteen Eighty-four, you rarely saw very small amount of giving Waylon construction industry, and they were mainly doing framing and drywall, why left thirty years later, and I retired in two thousand sixteen they were in every facet of every trade. Yeah. I know that I had a friend that was a professional Tyler said that he watched that that industry become really dominated by by illegal immigrants, and that it it it pushed wages way down, which is unfortunate. You got great points. I wanna grab another call though. But call again, okay? Thank you. Thanks. Let's grab Ed real quick. Hey, Ed from Westminster Krista. Great listen to you. Thanks governor Hickenlooper on the California in the year with the. Emissions. He's he skirted over some very big points that Caldera had the president of the Colorado association on his show that he's got on rocking out on PBS on Friday nights. And. And basically tied Colorado. You know, he mentioned zero emission vehicles. But all the other fuel economies tied to California in any decision that California makes in the future. He agreed that Colorado will follow that which I think is wrong. You're you're basically saying that the the state is no longer sovereign over the things that the state should be sovereign over. And is is tying it to a state with a different a different kind of culture. I think the other thing where governor Hickenlooper was wrong in that interview is when he kind of is equating air quality standards that had to do as particulate like the big Brown cloud with with carbon dioxide, which is different now carbon dioxide has its own issues. But it is not the thing that causes the Brown cloud. That's particulate. And so I think he he he quits the wrong things. Right. A lot of the Brown. Cloud came from dust on the roads and in a Houston on sweep the streets. Like they do now to and it was bad. I remember bad, but but carbon dioxide is different than carbon monoxide it's different than some of the other things that are in car exhaust, and a lot of that was was finished was was improved with emission standards. Not with fuel economy standards. Correct. In the way, he the way this works and the gentlemen, that's the president. I think his name's Tim Kennedy of the association he'd be a good guy to get on. And and have talked because the affected it has if you're a car dealer. I miss state and you sell. Basically, they're they're giving you an amount of vehicles that you have to sell better within the standard. And if you sell them that are outside the mileage standard you become subject to a penalty of three thousand dollars vehicle. That's vehicle. That I see that happening dealerships from out of the state are going to be able to sell vehicles to people in here. And it's gonna kill the dealers in this state. I think that's a great point, Ed. He'd be a good guy to get on there because he was his very reasonable about it. Explain it very well. Okay. Great. Often because I I've given Hickenlooper. You know, there's some things he's gone. I didn't like he was in charge, whatever. But this this deal is. His just unforgivable as far as I'm concerned. And I wonder if there won't be a lawsuit or some sort of challenge to it. I don't think the legislature is not going to challenge it because they're on the left. But it would be independence institute is is doing a lawsuit on this because it is our sovereignty that he's basically tied whatever California says we've got to do, you know, what I love your idea of getting the Automobile Dealers Association on under the show as far as John show. And that interview John show is devil's advocate on track twelve was that last last Friday or will it be this Friday? It was I want to say three weeks ago maybe four weeks ago. Well, you can get those online. I think if you just go to channel twelve a Rocky Mountain BBS, and you can recommend everybody to watch that. I watched it in. You're kidding me. I cannot and so quietly went through it did because of the way our media works. They love it. And they know it's controversial. So that I can say a whole lot about it. When I guess what it comes down, and I challenged governor Hickenlooper little bit, but not to the degree that I probably should have. Because I had a lot of questions to get through is that I really think it should be in the hands of consumers if you want a low emissions vehicle, and and some of those those battery operated cars are at delight to drive the tesla is the sports cars Superfund, it's like zero to sixty in in. I think three seconds. I my old Mustang. Couldn't do that. It's a beautiful car, but it's not practical. If you're going to be driving in the mountains, it's not going to be practical. If you work on a ranch, you need a all wheel vehicle. It's so let let consumers decide right? That's exactly right. You know? And the thing is I have a vehicle that doesn't get great gas mileage, but I I pay for the taxes at the pump. And you know, that's that's how that goes. It's my choice to buy more gas. Well, said people make choices, and I don't think that the government necessarily needs to weigh in on those choices when it comes to cars and vehicle emission standards. So right, or actually, it's mileage standards. It's not emission standards. Fine example of of the role of government in his eyes that's up to the government to do. And I don't agree with that. Ed, great points. And I love your love your suggestion of getting the head of the Automobile Dealers Association on see if we can't get to that tomorrow. Okay. Awesome. Thank you. Appreciate it. You betcha. Thanks. Thanks for calling in love to hear your thoughts. Three zero three seven one three eight two five five at is dead on. And I get it. There are a lot of things that this governor disagreed with. And maybe maybe I disagree with that. This governor did maybe you maybe it is maybe it is the way to go to simply evaluate people in a way that is one hundred percent partisan because a lot of these ideas on the left or not good ideas. But in other ways, I think that Hickenlooper was a good governor. And I guess what I base that on is. I like the way he treated other people. I like the fact that he didn't see himself as the governor of just the Democrats in the state, I feel like he tried not always successfully to represent all Colorado. And that he treated all Colorado's with some level of respect when he when he talked in public. I know that's maybe it's a small thing compared to everything else. But I really overtly partisan leaders that are supposed to represent the whole state kind of gets me because I may disagree with half of the people in this state. There's still my fellow Colorado's I still expect that politicians need to treat them with respect. I would like for people to attack that ideas and not just go around attacking people. And so I will say this for both Senator Bennett and Senator Gardner. I disagree with Senator Bennett on everything not probably not everything. But most things I agree with Senator Gardner on probably almost everything. But what I like about them is that they see themselves as representing the whole state. They treat all of the voters democrat liberal Republican conservative as as constituents and they treat them with respect. And I saw that same thing in governor Hickenlooper a man who saw himself as representing all of Colorado, not simply his own partisan friends. And so I want I want to give a hat off to that. Even though I disagree with a lot of stuff that he did. Maybe you see it differently trio three seven one three eight two five five you can also text five seven seven three nine putting the word, Dan, even though the Dan man's not here. I will. I'll get it that way for sure. So we talked about quite a few things. And I think later on in the hour a little bit of chance will touch on those. We're going to run out of time pretty darn quickly in this segment. But I appreciate an artist. I guess put it in my own words that like me. He did not approve of legalized marijuana. But once it became the law land he wanted to respect the voters wishes. I he also struggles with the death penalty. Like, I have you know, and I appreciate his answers on there. I think maybe the main take away from this. If you listened to it, even if you hate it everything he said, he's he did. I think try to do his best to be a good governor to to look at both the costs and the benefits of these different issues and to do and digest despite them. Do I think that he made some mistakes, certainly I do. But my takeaway was that he tried now. I did encourage him to run for president. I didn't mention to him that I probably won't vote for him. I liked him to run because I think that's the kind of candidate that Democrats should put up nitric not Lisbeth. Warren's not sure hardcore left ease. The Osceola Cortez's of the world put up sought full civil individuals. That can communicate ideas, we could oppose those ideas. But I would love to go back to a more civil engagement on ideas. I know a lot of folks disagree with that. But I think he'd make a great candidate. I I can't vote for him for a number of reasons. I don't like democrat ideas. And I only vote for pro-lifers. I know some people think that's a considerable limitation. But it's you know, but I have also I did challenge them on the pro-life issue. Challenged him to rethink it have decided to deprave for him and pray that you know, that he would reconsider it, obviously that some level of faith does influence his life. And I think that's the way to go browbeating people over issues attacking them on issues. Not always the best way to persuade. But gently challenging them. And then praying for them I've seen I've seen worlds change on that point. What can I say? So when we come back, let's hit something a little spicier showy, and it just might get me in trouble. Yeah. It's got me in trouble in the past. So when I go for broke, you're.

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Judge to rule on fate of Harvey Weinstein's criminal case

Investor's Edge

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Judge to rule on fate of Harvey Weinstein's criminal case

"Fall in Hollywood mogul Harvey. Weinstein's lawyer is expected to ask a New York judge today to dismiss sex assault charges against his client claiming that police misconduct has reparable tainted the sex assault case against the Sixty-six-year-old movie producer.

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Women arrested after recording hate-filled video at mosque with their kids

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Women arrested after recording hate-filled video at mosque with their kids

"Trespassing and burglarizing at ten p mosque to be pd detective lilly durant's as tawny gonzalez and elizabeth dow in how're posted a video of themselves committing meal edge crimes during the video the women can be seen entering the property and removing various reading materials from the property and making derogatory comments about muslims the women who have three children with them have been arrested and could face hate crime hate charges hate crime charges well now that zone is treasurer is the chief financial officer for nasa who will replace him governor doug ducey says he'll appoint jeff dewitt's replacement we're gonna meet to talk about transition and work hard to make it as seamless as possible to wait you says was unanimously confirmed by the us senate this week his replacement will be from the republican party as required by state law arizona's senator jeff flake continues to take swings at president trump and members of his own party flakes as republicans who continue to defend how the president talks are doing your reparable harm if my party is going to try to pass off the degradation the united states in values from the white house as normal than my party might not deserve to lead lake speaking at the national press club this morning the senator is was speaking at a political event in new hampshire where there's been speculation he may be planning a white house run in twenty twenty russia is firing back at new us sanctioned russia's deputy foreign minister has said it will respond to the new trump administration sanctions against those nineteen russian individuals accused of election meddling by russia's own blacklist of americans the deputy minister sergei the of told the state news agency ria novosti the russia would add a new group of individuals to a visa ban list we have clubs also said that russia is not surprised by the sanctions that were imposed over russia's efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen election russia's condemn them as groundless patrick regal abc news moscow green saint patrick's day weekend don't stand out by having red and blue flashing lights behind you albert goodyear with governor's.

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