17 Burst results for "Richard Burke"

"richard burke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"richard burke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just, you know, just out of because they're great fans, and, uh, shot, of course, is a lawyer and Richard Burke. He writes music. You know, just private citizens very interested in and the Negro leagues and so association was founded and and It's now we're trying to help all the you know the members. You know, the guys who used to play I guess the name big I guess maybe 152 100. Still alive and all of around 65 70 80 90 years old. And, uh, so, uh, have become the president trying to help out a little bit. You know, get a little publicity and raise some money for them. We're doing pretty good job. We also receiving a lot of help from, uh from bat. That's the baseball assistance team. That's headed by Ralph Bracken. Joe Garagiola. They'd give a lot of help, and they've helped a lot of the players to I'm talking about, you know, players who, uh, didn't have not, You know, they didn't have any health care Some of the guys who never made very much money. They need some help. So They're being helped. And we hope to give him some more help by all the things that is being done, and Bob, let me just say this. Yes, sir. By your you know, Pitching in and helping, and he'll, of course, Todd he's been doing, you know, helping for so many years Now, this all gives the fellows and the league of some publicity..

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"richard burke" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"richard burke" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"Richard burke has been kinda talking up Talking up Roosevelt entire time. And so i posted the The the jordan means like i took that personally So i'm wondering if a maybe richard burke using psychology. Because there were some runs. That after sanchez was making in this game from the midfield And they were like almost like identical to what To what roosevelt was doing in this game so There was a lot of that going on again like you said she had. She had a great just wanted to drop that in there. Yeah i coach. I think for me too. I think i now that this now that this happened in the game is over emmy one. I'm i can be over a little bit is. I was still sour grapes. I was in my head thinking well. Us soccer surely won't let her play more than thirty minutes in this game. Because that's what happens and the world is unfair and stupid But i think now we're okay. I think we've moved on. The spirit have shown. They are fully functional team with or without roosevelt. Who is has said. Probably one of the best two or three players in the world Trying to think Wanted to see go through any other elements here we've got The international break coming on the side as well. I'm not sure when the departure date is but again kelli o'hara and we saw on it and andy solving all will be going international duty hoping page nielsen recovers because the center the center. I think probably. I'm not sure siri terada will be going out on my shirt. Japan is playing games but the centreback could be a position of concern tori toward wooster will go back to right back at assume. I'm just this team is is very promising camille chamoun somewhat someone anonymous. I think for this game She has yet to really put a stamp on any of the games. That issues played in so far. I think that's that's just the way it goes. Sometimes they maybe it's maybe it's formation change or whatever it is but Turnkey rodman had an opportunity In the second half not her not her best game but she did still continue to do what she does. She got on the ball. She made some problems For for the rain. I mean i think you gotta look at when she was shop suicide than at the second half when the team already had a lead and was basically just trying to hold onto that lead. That's not that's not a situation where you really will see the the most effective Most effective attorney rodman but she still did. I thought very well in Showing that she that she you know maybe she has a moment. I think late in the game where she could have maybe dribble towards goal creating opportunities. She takes to the corner. She tries to To to basically burn off time off minutes that's a veteran move For for a young player. And that's something that's something you'd like to see..

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"richard burke" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"richard burke" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Ical off the coast of San Clemente E. At least two others were hurt in the accident. That happened last night. When the boat was going. The amphibious vehicle was going from the coast of San Clemente to a Navy ship when it started taking on water. A convicted sex offender Concerns are over 75 year old Joseph Bocklet was convicted of molesting young Children for 29 years old. He was convicted of three sexual offenses over a 19 year period and sentenced to 17 years in prison in 2000 and then was placed in a state hospital for treatment where he remains. But he petitioned to be released and the hearing will be determining if he will be placed in a home in Palm, A valley with a GPS ankle device, and right now public common is being taken. Leaders of the San Diego Unified School District or promising a more robust distance Learning plan is the district comes to an agreement with educators. The plan agreed to on Thursday comes after weeks of input from health experts, parents and staff. San Diego Unified Board Vice president Richard Burke talked with AM seven sixties Mark Larson. You're never going to hear me say that any form of distance learning is even close. To a substitute for having kids back in their classrooms. It's not it can never achieve what we can achieve by having kids back in the classroom, but we can do a better job. Then we did in the spring. Theo Online learning plan includes more live interaction between teachers and students, a customized learning experience.

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"richard burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The health professional shortage areas Richard Burke is with envoy global which prepares visa applications for businesses like hospitals he says the issue is simply supply and demand U. S. citizens of all students are not graduating in the requisite levels with stem degrees to address this shortage is only gonna get more profound the trump administration has said the freeze on work visas will protect jobs that could go to American workers my second Bobby an attorney with the American immigration lawyers association says that won't happen you need these H. one B. physicians who are willing to go to Alabama or Georgia you know parts of the beltway that just don't have enough doctors and now this sends a signal to all of them look we don't care about you we don't want you to come here I work in the United States and she's worried the visa freeze will push them to get jobs in other countries I'm jasmine Garst for market place this quick item immigration adjacent to its from the marketplace desk of yeah I guess turnabout is fair play The New York Times reports today that as the European Union prepares to re open its borders a draft list of countries whose nationals will not be welcome to travel to the European Union because they failed to control the virus that list includes Russia Brazil and the United States there was a little louder in the markets overnight but all was well once the bell sounded we'll have details when we do the numbers there was a bit of a set to last night.

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"richard burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Communities that includes rural areas much like where Dr Gopalakrishnan is practicing last year rural areas accounted for sixty six percent of the health professional shortage areas Richard Burke is with envoy global which prepares visa applications for businesses like hospitals he says the issue is simply supply and demand US citizens of all students are not graduating in the requisite levels with stem degrees to address this shortage is only gonna get more profound the trump administration has said the freeze on work visas will protect jobs that could go to American workers my second Bobby an attorney with the American immigration lawyers association says that won't happen you need these H. one B. physicians who are willing to go to Alabama Georgia you know parts of the beltway that just don't have enough doctors and now this sends a signal to all of them look we don't care about you we don't want you to come here I work in the United States and she's worried the visa freeze will push them to get jobs in other countries I'm jasmine Garst for market place this quick item immigration adjacent to its from the marketplace desk of yeah I guess turnabout is fair play The New York Times reports today that as the European Union prepares to re open its borders a draft list of countries whose nationals will not be welcome to travel to the European Union because they failed to control the virus that list includes Russia Brazil and the United States there was a little under in the markets overnight but all was well once the bell sounded will have the details when we do the numbers there was a bit of a set to last night a bit back and forth some cross strait policy wires I guess you'd say the guy who is nominally in charge of this administration's trade policy that'd be Peter Navarro the director of the national trade.

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"richard burke" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on AP News

"The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee North Carolina Republican Richard Burke steps aside amid a government stock investigation the FBI served her with a search warrant for his cell phone as part of an investigation into the timing of the corona virus pandemic and the sale of stocks this is a distraction to the hard work of the committee and the members and I think the security of the country's two important have a distraction Texas is John Cornyn is also on Burr's committee I respect his his decision to step down obviously this is a he's entitled to a presumption of innocence Bure has acknowledged selling the stocks because of the corona virus but said he relied solely on public news reports he says he's cooperating in the investigation at Donahue Washington this is a pay news former army staff sergeant and medal of honor recipient Ronald sure the second who later became a secret service agent has died of cancer he was forty one in this from the White House medal of honor ceremony in October twenty eighteen president trump mentioned at the time sure was fighting cancer he's done everything he can that cancer he's been fighting it every single day with courage and with strength Mandy's warrior he's a warrior sure save the lives of at least five fellow soldiers during a two thousand eight attack in Afghanistan police in South Florida looking for New York Giants cornerback deandre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar after multiple witnesses accused them of a hold up at a party last night police say when a fight broke out Baker pulled a pistol and he'd done bar and two other men robbed the others of thousands of dollars in cash before then made their get away in a Mercedes Benz a leper Guinea and the BMW I'm timid wire AP news the Senate Judiciary Committee is launching an investigation into the start of the Russia probe but will not call the previous president to testify South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham chairs the committee should there ever been a Mauler investigation was a really any evidence in twenty seventeen but Graham is rejecting president trump's call to help former president Barack Obama testify about unmasking trump adviser Michael Flynn when Flynn surfaced in intelligence reports that would open up a can of worms and I have for for a variety of reasons I don't think that's a good idea he says the judiciary committee will investigate the justice department decision to dismiss the case against Flynn and possible abuses surrounding the investigation of former trump campaign adviser Carter page Jackie Quinn Washington corona virus update I'm Tim acquire within AP news minute in Allentown Pennsylvania president trump visited a facility that distributes medical equipment I'm determined that America will be fully prepared for any of the future outbreaks of which we hope is going to be nine who'd have thought president spoke after government whistleblower Rick bright went before a house subcommittee to say the country doesn't have a vaccine plan without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history right says he was moved out of his job after warning the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic trump called him a disgruntled employee more than eighty five thousand people have died in the U. S. representing nearly thirty percent of the global debts that's according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University globally more than four point three million people have been infected more than three hundred thousand have died experts say all of those figures are likely lower than the actual numbers I'm typical wire thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that yes so seated press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first Pat presidential dogs cats and other.

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"richard burke" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A humidity low today as temperatures climb up to eighty eight with a nice breeze out of the east it's seventy one degrees at newsradio WFLA the governor wants Florida to become the go to state for the re opening of sports league scoring is corona virus press briefing Wednesday Florida governor Rhonda Santa city state is now open for business when it comes to pro sports yeah we're not going to necessarily have fans bye there's been reports that Major League Soccer may want to have their season in Orlando do it we want to have you here Santa citing U. S. C. two forty nine going off without a hitch last week in an empty arena in Jacksonville and the forthcoming charity golf event featuring Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson as proof the state can handle things safely the governor also offering a place for teams in St still under strict state homeowners to work out and operate as well not a politician on fox news new documents show that former vice president Joe Biden was aware of the investigation into president trump's former national security adviser to president as you might imagine certainly reacting to the news masking is a massive to massive thing who can believe anything like this and I watched but he has no idea who knows nothing about anything nothing at all and then it gets released today that he was a big gun massacre sadly you know nothing of your money on masquers divine campaign firing back dismissing the notion that everything's in appropriate here about his name appearing on the list of on masters button campaign statement says these documents have absolutely nothing to do with any FBI investigation into confirm that all normal procedures were followed any suggestion otherwise he's a flat out lie projections reporting the chairman of the federal reserve made a public warning that unless Congress does something to keep boosting the economy there will be permanent damage that could last for years to come still Congress is deadlocked on another stimulus bill the house is due to vote Friday on the three trillion dollar coronavirus relief package called the heroes act Louisiana Republican senator John Kennedy told fox's Sean Hannity the bill is a joke it's Danny is fried chicken in the Senate it's Dan is fried chicken with the American people once they find out what's in it the measure facing criticism from conservatives and even some liberals was put together by house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is selling it to our colleagues we are presenting a plan to do what is necessary to deal with the current crisis and make sure we can get the country back to work and school safely on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news of coronavirus has ruined your travel plans good luck getting your money back from the airlines five Senate Democrats are proposing a measure that requires airlines to give full refunds to customers who chose not to or weren't able to fly due to the pandemic some airlines only offering vouchers for future flights instead of cash senator ed Markey and the others have estimated the airlines are holding back more than ten billion dollars by refusing to give cash refunds but the trade group airlines for America says the companies are following U. S. transportation department rules which only require a lunch give full cash refunds when it's the airline that cancels a trip not the passenger in Washington chill NATO fox news the FBI is investigating senator Richard Burke to learn whether the North Carolina Republican was involved in insider trading based on information he obtained as a member of Congress agents served a search warrant on the Republicans home in the Washington DC area and seized his cellphone one of the world's oldest people has survived a bout with corona virus one hundred and thirteen years of age Maria brown yes is believed to be Spain's oldest living person she's now also the country's oldest coronavirus survived that after weeks in isolation that took care home following a positive test a family confirming she's recovered Spanish media reports miss brown yes was born in San Francisco in nineteen oh seven living through the nineteen eighteen flu pandemic the Spanish Civil War of the nineteen thirties and now the coronavirus in London Simon knowing fox news it's the world's fastest camera with the ability to take pictures of things never thought possible scientists at Caltech of unveiled the cusp that stands for compressed alter fast spectral photography device is capable of recording seventy trillion frames per second fast enough to capture nuclear fusion radioactive molecule delay or even astronomical events light years away Cosby minutes extremely short laser pulses to capture waves of light in motion or the fluorescent decay of molecules it's seven times faster than the previous record holder camera Jim Shannon the CBS news it's five thirty six at newsradio WFLA weather is next want to start an argument with sports fans ask you should be the MVP everybody has an opinion this player does this and that player does that and I could be persuaded either way when it.

"richard burke" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"I will do that later I'm just saying that's the argument that's right who's going to say that's okay though I mean there may be some people who think that but to say it out loud holy cow so mark wow and put their name to it this is getting a little ridiculous I think we'll get into that later in the show but you know and the other thing with politicians a lot of people are looking at these possible payments come to their homes are like this is good these politicians are doing a good thing meanwhile reminded very quickly politicians are not to be trusted really the know your cells fox come on well I mean Dr Carlson is calling for Republican senator to quit yeah well there because there have been four maybe five senators including one Democrat Dianne Feinstein it just so happens that after they got these classified briefings there were some I don't know stock selloffs go and perhaps maybe someone I don't know bought stock in a telecommuting company or a company that makes telecommuting aerials and it looks it looks terrible and I know there are people out there saying Hey look a these are managed by third parties and whatnot but Richard Burr he was the first domino to fall in of course everybody was saying Hey man or everybody on the left the usual suspects of San A. needs to resign but it was interesting seeing Tucker Carlson on fox news say the same thing about Richard Burke yes she didn't give.

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"richard burke" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of my friends actually jam listen Richard Burke and leave a however the date that I was first warning the speaker and I was really doing well I have my act together shut up I was heather all together and I'll jump on the rostrum well you know waiting for the applause to die down I looked to my left and was a new IC Chambliss Burke and ways of my three best buds when it was over I was a chance to change our fellow government first as a the part of the game seven of the close the house bank later both of speaker Gingrich and the contract with America and later with a pledge to America and our mantra where are the jobs the provided the governing agenda for my my speakership it was a chance to make law what people I guess senator Ted Kennedy and George Miller as figure blows he pointed out to Democrat colleagues where we were able to work together and find common ground without compromising on our principles and I have to say working with the senator Harry Reid for many years was was an opportunity to again work across the aisle to get things done on behalf of the American people many of you on both sides of the aisle that.

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"richard burke" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Helps a lot in that way. These days is eight works remotely from a house in rural Virginia, where she lives with Sandra. Her husband Rudy, and another more talkative dog named blue. It's still unusual for people to leave the disability program and return to work less than one percent of recipients, do so each year, but the numbers have been growing, as the job market's improved at the same time aging baby boomers are moving from disability into retirement, and the government has made it harder for new people to qualify for disability. Paypal typically approved in two thousand ten may not necessarily be approved now, Abby and Clarkson is a lawyer who helps people apply for disability in Alabama when jobs evaporated during the great recession, many people turn to disability as a kind of defacto unemployment insurance by twenty thirteen there were parts of Alabama were nearly one out of four workers was collecting disability check. But since then, the state's disability rolls have shrunk by about fifteen percent. It typically takes more than a year to qualify for disability. And Clarkson says these days more for clients are finding work during that period as employers have grown more willing to make allowances you know, like someone out like into their fifties someone who's maybe has a medical history with some surgeries. Maybe they, they need some sort of accommodation more employers, now because there is a demand for labour are more willing to count to accommodate to that sort of thing. Of course. Many people on disability are simply unable to work Clarkson says, but not everyone. Ninety eight to ninety nine percent of all the people, I run into would much rather work than collected. Disability check. And that's just the truth. Clarkson says many people who become disabled suffer from anxiety, and depression, when they can no longer work on hill. Salva felt that way six years ago when a bad back drove him out of the air force after a dozen years in the service, his wife just had their first son. It was scary. You know, now I'm not able to provide for my family. I had a ton of challenges Salva still suffers from chronic pain. But a couple of years ago he found a job doing IT work for a defense contractor, he still has trouble sitting for long periods. But his boss, got some ergonomic furniture allows Salvador work. Flexible hours. I'm no longer sitting home thinking about what's going to happen tomorrow? I take it one day at a time, giving up the guaranteed income and health benefits that come with disability is a huge decision Salvator advantage of a program. Designed to make that leap back in the job market a little less risky. It allowed him to keep his disability benefits for a trial period when he first returned to work making the move was still a bit of a gamble. Salva says, but he's glad he did it, it was always a dream to serve my country. I joined the air force at eighteen years old. And I was intending to have a twenty year career without that was cut short and not on my terms, but I've discovered that can be done. There is a market for every skill set out there. The Trump administration wants to encourage more people with disabilities to work both to meet the demands of a growing economy. And to save the government money, one of the president's economic advisers, former Cornell professor Richard Burke. Houser has long had a personal interest in the disability program. My dad was steelworker, and when the plant closed down, he was out of work and in late fifties Burke, Houser encouraged his dad to apply for disability rather than looking for another job, but he later came to second. Guess? That advice he thinks being out of work may have contributed to his father's death, just a few years later, and I think in part because his whole life was work. And I think it affected him. So I've always felt the last resort. I think it's fine. But we can get people with disabilities to too much better. Burke house believes a hot economy has done more to move people off disability than any policy changes dreamed up here in Washington. Wheelchair. Marketer, danny. Isaiah agrees. Tight job market is opening doors for people with disabilities. But she warns many still face discrimination. She says if employers can look past that they'll be rewarded with workers who are adaptable flexible and persistent. They can do attitude that the creativity involved in living a life with a disability. Honestly, that attitude isn't asset to an employer as the number of disabled workers grows more employers are finding that out Scott Horsely, NPR news Washington, and you can find more of our full employment coverage all this week on the radio and at NPR dot org. Nasa has a frequent flyer program? That's out of this world, literally people who sign up to send their names to Mars on the next Rover mission will earn three hundred thirteen million five hundred eighty six thousand six hundred forty nine award miles from the space agency NPR science. Correspondent Joe palca has details. It's all part of a public engagement campaign to get people interested in the Mars twenty twenty mission of Rover mission that will look for signs of ancient life on Mars. The names will be microscopic etched into a silicon chip that will ride along with the Rover more than a million people signed up in the first twenty four hours. You know, it's remarkable how many people just love to send their names to other destinations. That's emily. Lucked Walla with the planetary society. She says, NASA has sent names on a number of its space missions. So has the Japanese space agency. There's another spacecraft named Haya Busa to that carried names that were engraved on a little baseball sized target marker that they've dropped on the surface of an asteroid. So their names all over the solar system, right now in its way that people feel they can participate in space exploration, lacked, Wallace says, yes, awarding people with frequent flyer miles for sending their names to Mars is a gimmick but it's a gimmick that engages people and gets people to think about. The distances between planets. It's just one more hook to take something that's kind of cute and give it little spoonfeed of educational with it Mars twenty twenty is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral next July. And if all goes, well, it will land at a spot on Mars called Jezero crater in February twenty twenty one Joe palca NPR news..

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"richard burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Helps a lot in that way. These days, eight works remotely from a house in rural Virginia, where she lives with Sandra. Her husband Rudy, and another more talkative dog named blue. It's still unusual for people to leave the disability program and return to work less than one percent of recipients do so each year. But the numbers have been growing, as the job market's improved at the same time aging baby boomers are moving from disability into retirement, and the government has made it harder for new people to qualify for disability. Paypal. Typically approved in two thousand ten may not necessarily be approve nail Abby hair and Clarkson is a lawyer who helps people apply for disability in Alabama when jobs evaporated during the great recession, many people turned disability as a kind of defacto unemployment insurance by twenty thirteen there were parts of Alabama were nearly one of four workers was collecting disability check. But since then, the state's disability rolls have shrunk by about fifteen percent. It typically takes more than a year to qualify for disability. And Clarkson says these days more for clients are finding work during that period as employers have grown more willing to make allowances you know, like someone out like into their fifties. Someone may be has a medical history with some surgeries. Maybe they, they need some sort of comedy. Shen mournfully is now because there is a demand for labour air more willing to count on accommodate to that sort of thing, of course. Many people on disability are simply unable to work Clarkson says, but not everyone ninety eight to ninety nine percent of all the people, I run into would much rather work, then collected disability check. And that's just the truth. Clarkson says many people who become disabled suffer from anxiety, and depression, when they can no longer work on hill Salva felt that way six years ago when a bad back. Drove him out of the air force after a dozen years in the service. He has wife just had their first son. It was scary. You know, now I'm not able to provide for my family. I had a ton of challenges Salva still suffers from chronic pain. But a couple of years ago he found a job doing IT work for a defense contractor, he still has trouble sitting for long periods. But his boss, got some ergonomic furniture allows Salvador work, flexible hours. I'm no longer hitting home thinking about what's going to happen tomorrow. I take it one day at a time, giving up the guaranteed income and health benefits that come with disability is a huge decision Salvator advantage of a program designed to make that leap back in the job market, a little less risky. It allowed him to keep his disability benefits for a trial period when he first returned to work making the move was still a bit of a gamble says, but he's glad he did it, it was always a dream to serve by country. I joined the air force at eighteen years old, and I was intending to have a twenty year career without that was cut short and not on my terms, but I've discovered that can be done. There is harking. For every skill set out there. The Trump administration wants to encourage more people with disabilities to work, both to meet the demands of a growing economy and save the government money. One of the president's economic advisers, former Cornell professor Richard Burke. Houser has long had a personal interest in the disability program. My dad was skill worker. And when the plant closed down he was out work and in late fifties Burke are encouraged his dad to apply for disability rather than looking for another job, but he later came to second. Guess that advice he thinks being out of work may have contributed to his father's death, just a few years later, and I think in part because his whole life was work. And I think it affected him. So I always felt the last resort. But if we can get people with disabilities to get work much better Burke, Houser believes a hot economy has done more to move people off disability than any policy changes dreamed up here in Washington. Wheelchair. Marketer, danny. Isaiah agrees. Tight job market is opening doors for people with disabilities. But she warns many still face discrimination. She says if employers can look past that they'll be rewarded with workers who are adaptable flexible and persistent. They can do attitude that the creativity involved in living a life with a disability. Honestly, that attitude isn't asset to an employer as the number of disabled workers grows more employers are finding that out Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington. The New York City nickname. Gotham was initially men as a bit of Jere. It's actually an old English word that translates to goat's town, according to the new York, Public Library. It was coined by Washington Irving to imply a village of fools. Now Manhattan's Upper West side is living up to the literal translation WNYC's, Danny Lewis explains. Hundreds of people welcomed riverside park's newest residents with cheers and applause, as the heard of twenty five goats sprinted from their transport trucks. Buckles Bella, Chalupa skittles, Stuey, and Sunday are just a few members of the hoof turned who will be living off the land for the next few months as part of the riverside park. Conservancies Goethe.

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"richard burke" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Lot in that way. These days is eight works remotely from a house in rural Virginia, where she lives with Sandra. Her husband Rudy, and another more talkative dog named blue. It's still unusual for people to leave the disability program and return to work less than one percent of recipients do so each year. But the numbers have been growing, as the job market's improved at the same time aging baby boomers are moving from disability into retirement, and the government has made it harder for new people, the qualify for disability. Paypal typically approved in two thousand ten may not necessarily be approved nail Abby Herron Clarkson is a lawyer who helps people apply for disability in Alabama when jobs evaporated during the great recession, many people turn to disability as a kind of defacto unemployment insurance by twenty thirteen there were parts of Alabama were nearly one out of four workers was collecting disability check. But since then, the state's disability rolls have shrunk by about fifteen percent. It typically takes more than a year to qualify for disability. And Clarkson says these days more for clients are finding work during that period as employers have grown more willing to make allowances you know, like someone out like into their fifties someone who's maybe has a medical history with some surgeries. Maybe they, they need some sort of accommodation more employers, now because there is a demand for labour are more willing to accommodate to that sort of thing, of course. Many people on disability are simply unable to work Clarkson says, but not everyone ninety eight to ninety nine percent of all the people, I run into would much rather work, then collected disability check. And that's just the truth. Clarkson says many people who become disabled suffer from anxiety, and depression, when they can no longer work on hill. Salva felt that way six years ago when a bad back. Drove him out of the air force after a dozen years in the service. He has wife just had their first son. It was scary. You know, now I'm not able to provide for my family. I had a ton of challenges Salva still suffers from chronic pain. But a couple of years ago, he found a job doing IT work for a defense contractor, he still has trouble sitting for long periods, but his boss got some ergonomic furniture. And the allows Salvador work, flexible hours, I'm no longer sitting home thinking about what's going to happen tomorrow? I take it one day at a time, giving up the guaranteed income and health benefits that come with this ability is a huge decision Salvator advantage of a program designed to make that leap back in the job market, a little less risky. It allowed him to keep his disability benefits for a trial period when he first returned to work making the move was still a bit of a gamble. Salva says, but he's glad he did it, it was always a dream to serve my country. I joined the air force at eighteen years old. And I was intending to have a twenty year career without that was cut short and not on my terms, but I've discovered that can be done. There is a market. For every skill set out there. The Trump administration wants to encourage more people with disabilities to work, both to meet the demands of a growing economy and save the government money. One of the president's economic advisers, former Cornell professor Richard Burke. Houser has long had a personal interest in the disability program. My dad was a worker, and when the plant closed down, he was out of work and late fifties Burke, are encouraged his dad to apply for disability rather than looking for another job, but he later came to second. Guess that advice he thinks being out of work may have contributed to his father's death, just a few years later, and I think in part because his whole life was work and. I think it affected him. So I've always felt with the last resort. We can get people with disabilities too much. Better Burke, Houser believes a hot economy has done more to move people off disability than any policy changes dreamed up here in Washington wheelchair. Marketer, Danny Isaiah agrees. Tight job market is opening doors for people with disabilities. But she warns many still face discrimination. She says if employers can look past that they'll be rewarded with workers who are adaptable, flexible and persistent that can do attitude that the creativity involved in living a life with the disability. Honestly that attitude isn't asset to an employer. As the number of disabled workers grows, more employers are finding that out Scott Horsely, NPR news Washington, and you can find more of our full employment coverage all this week on the radio and NPR dot org. Nasa has a frequent flyer program that's out of this world? Literally people who sign up to send their names to Mars on the next Rover mission, will earn three hundred thirteen million five hundred eighty six thousand six hundred forty nine award miles from the space agency. NPR science correspondent Joe palca has details. It's all part of a public engagement campaign to get people interested in the Mars twenty twenty mission. A Rover mission that will look for signs of ancient life on Mars. The names will be microscopic etched into a silicon chip that will ride along with the Rover more than a million people signed up in the first twenty four hours. You know, it's remarkable how many people just love to send their names to other destinations. That's emily. Lucked Awalleh with the planetary society. She says, NASA has sent names on a number of its space missions. So has the Japanese space agency. There's another spacecraft named high abusive to that carried names that were engraved on a little baseball sized target marker that they dropped on the surface of an asteroid. So their names. All over the solar system, right now in its away that people feel they can participate in space exploration, lack Douala says, yes, awarding people with frequent flyer miles for sending their names to Mars is a gimmick. But it's a gimmick that engages people and gets people to think about the distances between planets. It's just one more hook to take something that's kind of cute and give it little spoonfeed of educational with it Mars twenty twenty is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral next July. And if all goes, well, it will landed a spot on Mars called Jezero crater in February twenty twenty one.

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"richard burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"What Republicans as a perjury trap. They said that the he is rated extensively. They don't like the format that has been proposed. What set off Republicans and Democrats on this Senator tells Camis they believe they had an agreement with Donald Trump Diener initially for a ball interview before he initially backed off which is what prompted Richard Burke, the issue that subpoena trade war between the US and China is escalating after Beijing. Impose more tariffs move retaliation for President Trump's hiking of tariffs from ten percent to twenty five percent on. On some two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese exports. The president doubling down on his strategy. Open your division or open up your product have it made in this country as opposed to made in China. But experts say it's unlikely China will bend a combination of culture and political system. Allowing a long-term approach in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes. The heightened trade wars sparked a selloff on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled closing down six hundred seventeen points. The s&p five hundred off seventy the NASDAQ down by two hundred seventy the US measles outbreak continues to grow. According to a weekly update by the centers for disease control and prevention, the number of US, measles cases, has reached eight hundred thirty nine in twenty three states that seventy five more cases than reported a week ago. This year is the nation's worst for measles in twenty five years and with seven months still to go in twenty nineteen it's getting closer to..

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KCRW

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on KCRW

"Driver monitoring cameras allow the car safety to take action when necessary to keep people safe the company wants to start a conversation about whether comic has have the right or even obligation to install tech, which can watch drivers attorney Jennifer Lukasz ski wonders about consent. What about the privacy of passengers it's going to be a wild west show for a little while trying to figure out? How these new technologies are going to play out in the courts. Expect to see more driver monitoring in the future because 'cause with semi autonomous features. Need it Cadillac? Already has a driver gaze tracking camera Anouchka Dan at the university of Massachusetts. I'm Hearst says systems, which seemed to handle all the driving can low humans into a distracted states where they'll engage and other secondary tasks like texting or reading or sleeping driver monitoring could be reassuring though for that elderly parents who refuses to give up the Cockeysville, for example, Volvo system will eventually pull a car over and stop it. But Bryant Walker Smith at the university of South Carolina says that raises questions over ultimate legal authority if someone is racing to a hospital and driving in a less than optimal manner. Well, maybe we still want them to get to the hospital for context forty thousand people die on US roads every year over ninety percent of accidents. Caused by humans on Jack's Jewish for marketplace. We're told you the other day about some changes coming to the H two B visa program. The visas used for seasonal workers in this economy today, another spoonful of the immigration alphabet soup with a look at the H two Bs cousin the H one B changes coming to that one to remember. This is the program for a highly skilled foreigners who fill jobs, usually in technology science, and engineering marketplaces and dealers on that one the government is wishing from paperwork, heavy H one B application process to an electronic one and it created a pre application if applicants don't pass. There's no need to submit the more time consuming and expensive full version. It is impossible to imagine that the system that they are proposing. We'll make things more efficient. Sandra Feist is an immigration attorney in Minneapolis. She points out that the government got almost two hundred thousand H one B applications last year and granted eighty-five thousand visas all the law allows vice says if you lower the bar for applying for H one B. What's going to happen is more? Employers are going to submit registrations for less viable cases, which she says will further clog the system what many employers really want though with more employees. Richard Burke is CEO of on void global affirm that helps companies navigate the H one B process on boy recently surveyed more than four hundred companies that hire foreign workers Burke, says pretty much all of them are asking one question shouldn't we have a greater number than eighty five thousand two issue under the H one B program opponents of upping the caps those jobs should go to Americans, but David beer at the Cato Institute says the labor market is so tight that there just aren't enough qualified workers in the US be idea that we should be keeping people out of the country is really putting a cap on economic growth, and while President Trump has made growth a top priority. Many companies say their inability to fill critical jobs with qualified foreign workers is camping.

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"richard burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Volvos focus for doing that is now the driver driver monitoring cameras allow the car safety to take action when necessary to keep people safe the company wants to start a conversation about whether comic has have the right or even obligation to install tack which can watch drivers attorney Jennifer do Caskey wonders about consent. What about the privacy of passengers it's going to be a wild west show for a little while? Trying to figure out how these new technologies are going to play out in the courts. Expect to see more driver monitoring in the future because cars with semi autonomous features. Need it Cadillac? Already has driver gaze tracking camera Anouchka Dan at the university of Massachusetts. I'm Hearst says systems, which seemed to handle all the driving can low humans into a distracted states where they'll engage in other secondary tasks like texting or reading or sleeping driver monitoring could be reassuring though for that elderly parents who refuses to give up the cookies, for example, Volvo system will eventually car over and stop it. But Bryant Walker Smith at the university of South Carolina says that raises questions over ultimate legal authority if someone is racing to a hospital and driving in a less than optimal manner. Well, maybe we still want them to get to the hospital for context forty thousand people die on US roads every year and over ninety percents of accidents are caused by humans are Jack's Jew for marketplace. We're told you the other day about some changes come into the H two B visa program. The visas used for seasonal workers in this economy today, another spoonful of the immigration alphabet soup with look at the H two Bs cousin the H one B changes coming to that one to remember. This is the program for a highly skilled foreigners who fill jobs, usually in technology science, and engineering marketplaces and dealers on that one the government is switching from paperwork. Heavy H one B application process to an electronic one and it created a pre application if applicants don't pass. There's no need to submit the more time consuming. And expensive full version. It is impossible to magin that the system that they are proposing. We'll make things more efficient. Sandra Feis is an immigration attorney in Minneapolis. She points out that the government got almost two hundred thousand H one B applications last year and granted eighty-five thousand visas all the law allows vice says if you lower the bar for applying for an H one B. What's going to happen is more? Employers are going to submit registrations for less viable cases, which she says will further clog the system what many employers really want, though is more employees. Richard Burke is CEO of on ROY global affirm that helps companies navigate the H one B process on very recently surveyed more than four hundred companies that hire foreign workers Burke, says pretty much all of them are asking one question shouldn't we have a greater number than eighty five thousand two issue under the H one B program opponents of upping, the capcity those jobs should go to Americans, but David beer at the Cato Institute says the labor market is. So tight that there just aren't enough qualified workers in the US the idea that you know, we should be keeping people out of the country. It's really putting a cap on economic growth in. Well, President Trump has made growth a top priority. Many companies say their inability to fill critical jobs with qualified foreign workers is capping.

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"richard burke" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on 600 WREC

"As we continue with John Solomon. All right last question. You do have sources at the special counsel's office. You said they'd stop using the roadmap of the dossier. Which means they don't believe it either anymore. What's the final report? Yeah. We can see that in the public documents. Now, we can see that they just cut steel often, they cut stroke and page off. And they wanted to go on their own path of evidence. If we take the Senate intelligence committee chairman, Richard Burke, and the house intelligence committee chairman, Devon Nunez. That's their word. It is highly highly unlikely that there's any evidence of collusion because the two intelligence committees that have access to all the golden jewels haven't found it. And I think you saw in yesterday's Manafort sentencing. The frustration of the Muller report prosecutors that they acknowledged in court he didn't give them anything that would further the collusion case that is a big sign to us. Right. Listen, the only person who knows what's going to be in. The report is Robert Muller. I have been led to believe for some time. Now that the end is near and that the find. Of no collusion is going to just like the house and Senate committees have upset at least the Republicans that that's where mother is going to end up. That's based on people talked to him in evidence that have been seen by all the parties. All right. Thanks so much John Salma. We're gonna have a lot more on these new deep state developments tonight on Hannity nine eastern on the Fox News channel these are explosive. This is huge. And by the way, I know a lot of you've been frustrated as I have been my sources are telling me, stay tuned tick tock. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for.

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KCRW

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"richard burke" Discussed on KCRW

"Short expectations. My expectations are certain political age Meltzer high. The takeaway, we'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The partial government shutdown is in its fourteenth day. Apparently, it could go on for much much longer moments ago. President Trump confirmed during an exchange with a reporter in the rose garden and account Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer gave earlier to members of the media about his and other democratic leaders meeting with Trump at the White House today, the shutdown could go on for months or even a year or longer. Did you say that that's your I did is that we are. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The administration says this country faces a crisis at the border with Mexico. President Trump wants five point six billion dollars for a border wall. Congrats. National Democrats have been arguing that funding for border structure is a non-starter Trump is planning to hold another working meeting on the border issue this weekend. The White House is celebrating though what one communist describes as a late Christmas present NPR's. Scott Horsely reports the latest numbers from the Labor Department reveal much stronger job growth and expected in the month of December US employers added. A whopping three hundred twelve thousand jobs last month on the job gains for the two previous months were also revised upwards, the encouraging news helped to reassure nervous. Investors who Aratu earlier this week by trade tensions with China had an ominous profit warning from apple White House. A columnist Richard Burke Hauser notes, hundreds of thousands of new workers also joined the labor force in December. Suggesting the us economy still has room to grow. There has been a considerable concern that we're basically running out of workers. But this month is terrific. The unemployment rate inched up. A bit because of all those new people looking for work, but at three point nine percent, it's still near historic lows. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House and keeping the economic growth in mind as well as investors concerns about more interest rate hikes, and how that'll play in the markets ahead of the Federal Reserve said today that the central Bank intends to tread carefully in determining when to again, raise interest rates nearly forty years after first being elected to congress. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection in twenty twenty I had the honor and privilege of representing Kansas. I sixteen years in the house twenty two years so far in the Senate never.

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