18 Burst results for "Rick Bryant"

"rick bryant" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KCRW

"In the nation's capital buying using his inaugural address to call for healing in a nation that has become even more bitterly divided over the past four years. My whole soul was in it. Today. Miss January day. My whole soul is in this Bringing America together uniting our people united in our nation, and I ask every American had joined me in this cause. Three former presidents were on hand for today's inauguration, while one outgoing President Donald Trump was notably absent, having left Washington hours before Biden swearing in. After a scaled down parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. The first time we went to the White House Security was tight with 25,000 of National Guard troops on the streets of D C following the storming of the capital two weeks ago by pro Trump extremists. Fireworks were heard ringing out this hour in Washington is part of the inaugural celebration. Around 100. Demonstrators from the Black lives matter. Movement and other progressive organizations peacefully rallied at the Colorado state capital. After Biden's inauguration today, Colorado Public Radio's Ben to Brooklyn reports. Other more militant protesters were more confrontational. The protests began as mostly a celebration of the change. In Washington, Rick Bryant of retired Forklift driver says he feels a huge sense of relief that former President Trump is no longer in office and is glad to have a president. That quote listens to common sense. Ryan says he's been anxious for the past four years. They better be.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With Tom power, you might know Amber Ruffin from a comedy show or from late night with Seth Meyers. She written a new book with her sister, Lacey Lamar, securing everyday racism in America. They'll tell you some of their stories. What inspired their book and how they're feeling on this day. Inauguration day. Plus, if you spent any time on social media lately, you might have noticed two trends. One young influencers are moving in together in opulent California mansions and two old sea shanties. I think it's safe to say that the only place those two worlds collide is Tic Tac unless the Storms start raging in the pool. Our online columnist will break it all down. All that coming up on cue. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. You can see Lady Gaga singing the national anthem on a cold, breezy but Sonny Inauguration Day for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris today. On historic day in the nation's capital buying using his inaugural address to call for healing in a nation that has become even more bitterly divided over the past four years. My whole soul was in it. Today. Miss January day. My whole soul is in this Bringing America together United our people united in our nation, and I ask every American had joined me in this cause. Three former presidents were on hand for today's inauguration, while one outgoing President Donald Trump was notably absent, having left Washington hours before Biden swearing in. After a scaled down parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. The first time we went to the White House Security was tight with 25,000 of National Guard troops on the streets of D C following the storming of the capital two weeks ago by pro Trump extremists. Fireworks were heard ringing out this hour in Washington is part of the inaugural celebration. Around 100. Demonstrators from the Black lives matter. Movement and other progressive organizations peacefully rallied at the Colorado state capital. After binds inauguration today, Colorado Public Radio's Ben to Brooklyn reports. Other more militant protesters were more confrontational. The protests began as mostly a celebration of the change. In Washington, Rick Bryant of retired Forklift driver says he feels a huge sense of relief that former President Trump is no longer in office and is glad to have a president. That quote listens to common sense. Bryant says he's been anxious for the past four years. They better be glad.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KPCC

"It's hard enough for anyone at any age but particularly daunting for those still in school when those finding their feet after college. How does the future of America feel about the future of America? It's scary, because I don't know what's gonna happen in four years of Josh Holly will be the Republican nominee. Uh, live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. You can see Lady Gaga singing the national anthem on a cold, breezy but Sonny Inauguration Day for President Joe Biden. Vice president Kamila Harris today on historic day in the nation's capital by using his inaugural address to call for healing in a nation that has become even more bitterly divided over the past four years, My whole soul was in it. Today. Miss January day. My whole soul is in this Bringing America together uniting our people united in our nation, and I ask every American had joined me in this cause. Three former presidents were on hand for today's inauguration, while one outgoing President Donald Trump was notably absent, having left Washington hours before Biden swearing in. After a scaled down parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. The first time I went to the White House Security was tight with 25,000 of National Guard troops on the streets of D C following the storming of the capital two weeks ago by pro Trump extremists. Fireworks were heard ringing out this hour in Washington is part of the inaugural celebration. Around 100. Demonstrators from the black lives matter of movement and other progressive organizations peacefully rallied at the Colorado state capital. After Biden's inauguration today, Colorado Public Radio's Ben to Brooklyn reports. Other more militant protesters were more confrontational. Protests began as mostly a celebration of the change. In Washington. Rick Bryant of retired Forklift driver says he feels a huge sense of relief that former President Trump is no longer in office and is glad to have a president. That quote listens to common sense. Ryan says he's been anxious for the past four years. They better be glad that it's over..

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"rick bryant" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Moving on. I want to talk a little bit about the case. In this week's episode of killer in question this is the thomas least cisco case admit i know nothing about tanya. Can you give me a rundown on this case. I think what's interesting about. This case is on the surface. It seems pretty. On assuming ed's presumed robbery gone awry. A convenience store in lake charles louisiana nineteen ninety seven and unfortunately the three people who were inside. The convenience store to employees in the end of the employees are found. Shot dead in a drink cooler in the back of the store the following morning when the next set of employees comes to open up the store. And you just think oh. This is just awful like some depraved person is calm and killed these people and and left. The bodies took all the money and ran which was a fourth of july weekend. The cash registers were full. This is nineteen ninety-seven so the you know really just about maybe ten grand in cash in the register that began But when you start digging into it it gets really strange. There's too many odd. Coincidences lots of murky rumors. Lots of very strange allegations and it's an interesting case. Just tell me about some of the murkiness around this case. Why is this a killer in question episode You know it's a killer in question episode because there are a lot of questions about who the actual killer is in first killers killer or killers And those questions still remain today. Talking to you is focusing kind of like okay. So we have one guy who's saying that he was there and did this and that we know people we think we know two people did the robbery. So who's number two killer in question. And i think to interrupt because i think what's really interesting about this case. Is that head gone cold for quite some time. You know it it. And they got a huge break. In the case due to america's most wanted and it led to two different suspects it led to both. Thomas cisco is a potential suspect. And it also led to richard galvin. Who is it was at the time. He was the son of the sheriff and lake charles at the time. So i mean of course you have people in the town saying the sheriff's on his involved in he matches the composite sketch and so it just created total chaos. How did this case. Get on your radar cinde case that tanya found and it's an interesting story tanya i go ahead and i think if i remember right you had actually called about a different case. Yeah i was researching a different case. That had taken place in lake charles and i reached out to Rick bryant who was a former prosecutor their caucus you perish and he was telling you know i was trying to get the information about this other case and it just wasn't an interesting case to me. It really wasn't and I said we'll rick what the case that you remember. And he's like. Oh my god if i got a case for you and then he went and proceeded to tell me as much as he could remember off the cuff about the case had been over twenty years at he'd worked on it But he said this. Is the craziest goddamn case ever worked on and I was like. I am very intrigued and it just so happened that i had spoken to the homicide detective. On that case for you know prior research. I reached out to him. And you know i got the ball rolling But it wasn't easy to get started because it's very hard to get access to public records in calcutta parish. It was a huge roadblock for us it took a lot of time But it it's an honestly. I don't think i've seen everything to this day. There's still more hands on. We also had like natural disasters every time. We thought we were going to get close to getting the records like a hurricane went through lake. Charles it seems like conspiracy. So were you guys able to talk to cisco for the show. It's interesting that you should ask. Because angola does allow prisoners to talk to the media. And i sent a letter to him in angola prison here in louisiana and he declined my interview really. The only time in his life is declined to talk about this case. I thought that was really curious. I think it's worth trying again. Yeah so you can get the twenty six new story from him. Maybe it's interesting to look like the most recent one maybe it was a terrible experience that like portrayed him in a really bad light potentially he's never spoken to the media except for that one time when he was awaiting trial he spoke to the local lake. Charles parish news on the phone from jail I'm fascinated that. They allow prisoners to talk to the media without any like the immediate. You don't have to get on his visitor. Lister anything they have. It like lawyer visits that you can just be a member of the median introduced someone angle. That's fascinating you have to go through their media department. It has they have to know who you are. I couldn't just like asked to be put on his call list without them. Not like i have to notify angle. And say i'm with the media. I'd like to talk to thomas cisco so you know it makes me wonder. Did he truly decline or did the to the prison prevent me from talking to him. That does remain that. I've thought about that. From my point of view i know that I'm not say. Take tiny here. But looking case i'm like why is everyone. They've they've got one of the right guys looking for number two. I'm questioning number one here when he's never been able to give the same story twice. He's named one hundred different co-defendants all most of them all of whom were never pursued couldn't pursued Into me the fact you've got one guy confessing to this. Crime doesn't actually tell you more about the case like it doesn't actually give you any answers what happened here It felt like okay. Should we already knew someone came in there rob. The store shot three people. And that's what cisco's confession gives you. It doesn't add anything more.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Absolutely so this was a blower apparently doctor Rick Bryant announced last week that the US lacks a plan to produce fairly early distributed amount of coronavirus vaccine then one becomes available so the president's got this I guess so what is it called the operation warp speed to quickly produce industry does so let's start with the doctor Rick bright is the anti trump what's he doing trying to throw a wrench in the mix of everything here well interestingly he does have the same attorney as well as the court date during the capital hearing so whatever you think about that but it I mean if you get a hundred different plaintiffs in a room you're bound to get a couple different opinions he was fired basically for that differing opinion but he's still getting paid now under the whistleblower act input there are employee protections you cannot fire somebody if they go and blow the whistle however he had already fired that would've fired him which is why you kind of get that whole quote unquote disgruntled employees thanks but there's no legal ramifications on both ends even if his claim of all you know you're right about so many different opinions and when you're talking to experts I mean you hear one minute the masks are good the next money somebody else will say not so good but let's see till doesn't really protect you you got to have the N. ninety five somebody else will come back from another hospital and say absolutely wear a mask even if you make it out of a T. shirt in your own home it's better than nothing so you know that's one of the craziest things of all this there's actually been some comedy memes and you'll put together on social media about how one expert says this immediately somebody else with somebody else up there with a you know doctor outfit are gone absolutely not good for him and the other absolutely it's good for you so I mean what what's the what's the point I am trying to say the doll we we're not gonna be ready for this to be that's it that's just negative top negative speaker are going against the present here I guess yeah I'm gonna put in that disgruntled column as well so what's operation web speedier kinda you know it's self explanatory but what is the plan there's a vaccine in phase two which has about six hundred humans but they're testing it on if that goes well it then we should have the vaccine by the end of the year and hopefully if I've seen anything the government will kind of let private companies do they roll this out because I think that that really faster whenever you let the invisible hand do it up close to the heavy hand of the government we've all been to the DMV so that's good point good point art and quickly now wow this is not a surprise house Democrats told the Supreme Court the this Monday this past Monday they're in the midst of an ongoing presidential impeachment investigation because it's their weighty constitutional responsibility not learn anything with the Muller investigation like a hawk sick ex girlfriend boyfriend back keeps on coming back even though you told them that that over doing here so we want this grand jury testimony in the federal rules of criminal procedure does not allow you to the first this information unless an investigation is over we have these rules for a reason that's because a lot of the evidence injury grand jury proceedings are here say that's not actually based on back to what you can hear somebody and that's why we have these protections we have a backyard fight where the you know kids are fighting go office fight going in seventh grade one kid knocks him down and and you know it's fights over okay well the other kid just keeps getting back up and coming back for more there's another front she's not down again I mean the Democrats that this is not sitting well with eyes I think even democratic voters and this will all come to a stop when the house is regained by the Republicans later this year so R. I. Laurette always good chat with you thank.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And Human Services secretary Alex aids are clarifying the trump administration's vaccine effort that was announced Friday he was pressed on the numbers during an appearance on CBS face the nation said the effort will likely produce some ineffective doses all three hundred and twenty eight million Americans will be able to get a shot in their arm by the end of the year Wilmar let's be clear that's a goal and you know I think the Gretzky's once said that you fail to achieve a hundred percent of the goals you don't satin so it's not a pledge it's a goal of what we're gonna mobilize the entire U. S. government private sector to achieve what happens is you know these drug companies and vaccine makers they all said it's going to take this amount of time because they're using their traditional approaches yes you do phase one phase two phase three trials in sequence then you do manufacturing well the president said that's not acceptable so what we're doing is bringing the inefficiency out of the development process to make the development side faster to get to the safe and effective vaccines and at the same time we're gonna scale commercial size manufacturing and produce hundreds of millions of doses at risk they may not pan out they might not prove to be safe and effective but we'll have it so we could begin administration right away and trump pushing for students to return to schools that has multiple states report covert linked cases in children in fact the CDC and the World Health Organization issued guidelines on Friday for positions to be on the look out for symptoms president trump by criticizing a doctor Rick Bryant who said he was removed from his post in the government for a retaliation for cautioning against the effectiveness of a hydrochloric queen as a treatment for corona virus spread also warning that we did not have a national strategy to respond fully to the pandemic bright testifying to lawmakers late last week he was also interviewed by sixty minutes on Sunday that's what that president trump is responding to did you ever think that hydroxy clerk when would be a game changer no never in the limited data available.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"BBC news reports from Yemen say there's a sharp rise in the number of people dying with corona virus like symptoms in the southern city of Dayton citing official figures the save the children organization said they've been at least three hundred ninety two deaths in the past week okay so blower and virus expert in the United States has warned that without too coordinated science based responds to the corona virus the country faces its darkest winter in modern history Rick Bryant told Congress that unless the national strategy improved the could be illness and death on an unprecedented scale the head of the US Senate intelligence committee Richard Burr is stepping down amid done insider trading investigation the Republican senator is accused of using inside information to sell shares just before markets plunged on fears of an economic crisis caused by the coronavirus the campaign group global witness has warned that the tracing up launched by the Guatemalan government to monitor covert nineteen cases could interfere with the rights of vulnerable people is that the mobile phone up continues to collect people's data even when it's switched off the largest coronavirus survey of households in England suggests that only one in four hundred people have the infection in the first two weeks of this month health workers with six times more likely than other people to get the onus from says it will go ahead and collect tanks and big digital companies this year regardless of whether there is an international deal on the issue sources in Ukraine C. a key suspect in the downing of Malaysia airlines flight MH seventeen leaning hard Chen who has been arrested by Russian backed separatists a source told the BBC that the rebels want to prevent Ukrainian special forces of ducting the man BBC news support for the world comes from huge water fruit infused water with no calories and no sweeteners hint.

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Whistleblower Rick Bright testifies before House panel

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Whistleblower Rick Bright testifies before House panel

"Rick Bryant alleges that the White House would not listen to him today he testifies before a house committee that says it will ride used to run a top federal health agency he says he warned about the pandemic early to no effect he says he warned against unproven drugs that the president was promoting and he says that's why the administration transferred him to a different job NPR health policy reporter Selena Simmons Duffin is covering this story Selena good morning morning Steve once bright already set well he filed a whistleblower complaint with the US office of special counsel last week and that details how as director of Bardot which is part of the federal health agency he warned the trump administration about the seriousness of the corona virus any claims he pushed back against the white house's promotion of unproven cove in nineteen treatments like hydroxyl Clark win and that the administration put what he called cronyism over science he was transferred he says against his will to the national institutes of health last month now president trump has dismissed the allegations and painted bright as a disgruntled employee but late last week breaks lawyers said the office of special counsel said there seem to be reasonable grounds to believe he was retaliated against and that it recommended he be reinstated while his complaint is investigated okay so there's a complaint now that that involves both bright and this other person a man named Bowen who is testifying today as well right right so the other witness today is Mike but when he's a businessman with a Texas based face mask company called prestige Ameritech and both witnesses submitted written testimony to lawmakers Boeing statement outlines how for years he tried to get the federal government to engage with his company and other domestic mask makers arguing it was a national security issue and in a pandemic like we are in now it would be hard to get the needed supplies he told NPR last month at no one took his warning seriously everybody ignored reporters ignored it some kind of experts ignored our government ignored at hospitals in order but ignored it I don't want to say I told you so just wanna help everybody although it is an opportunity for both born and bred to say told you so anyway okay so that's bone one is bright likely to say Rick Brady also submitted written testimony to lawmakers and he emphasizes he's a scientist and civil servant and that pandemic preparedness is his expertise and the fact that his warnings went unheeded clearly pains him here he is on CBS's sixty minutes last week we see too many doctors and nurses now dying I was thinking that we could have done more to get this masking the supplies to them sooner and if we had would they still be alive today for today's appearance so great rates that he wants to be forward looking so he talks about the need for a clear voice from the federal government that is consistent and truthful even when that truth is difficult and he says the truth is really difficult he writes the corona virus pandemic could be worse than the nineteen eighteen flu which claimed over fifty million lives and he says the window is closing to prevent things from being worse in the fall writing quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined to twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history well very briefly what's the agenda of the lawmakers will question him well anytime a whistleblower comes to testify before Congress is going to be political right as a witness democratic lawmakers want to hear from and they hold the majority in the house one thing to watch for is how Republicans on the committee engage with bright and whether or not they use this as a platform to defend the

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the next segment of morning edition we're going to learn about the social and emotional needs of very young children to keep in mind as we go forward in the pandemic particularly the public radio advertising at the time now is seven and a half minutes past three o'clock good morning it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning Rick Bryant alleges that the White House would not listen to him today he testifies before a house committee that says it will ride used to run a top federal health agency he says he warned about the pandemic early to no effect he says he warned against unproven drugs that the president was promoting and he says that's why the administration transferred him to a different job NPR health policy reporter Selena Simmons Duffin is covering this story Selena good morning morning Steve once bright already set well he filed a whistleblower complaint with the US office of special counsel last week and that details how as director of Bardot which is part of the federal health agency he warned the trump administration about the seriousness of the corona virus any claims he pushed back against the white house's promotion of unproven cove in nineteen treatments like hydroxyl Clark win and that the administration put what he called cronyism over science he was transferred he says against his will to the national institutes of health last month now president trump has dismissed the allegations and painted bright as a disgruntled employee but late last week breaks lawyers said the office of special counsel said there seem to be reasonable grounds to believe he was retaliated against and that it recommended he be reinstated while his complaint is investigated okay so there's a complaint now that that involves both bright and this other person a man named Bowen who is testifying today as well right right so the other witness today is Mike but when he's a businessman with a Texas based face mask company called prestige Ameritech and both witnesses submitted written testimony to lawmakers Boeing statement outlines how for years he tried to get the federal government to engage with his company and other domestic mask makers arguing it was a national security issue and in a pandemic like we are in now it would be hard to get the needed supplies he told NPR last month at no one took his warnings seriously everybody ignored reporters ignored it Canada's experts ignored our government ignored at hospitals in order but ignored it I don't want to say I told you so just wanna help everybody although it is an opportunity for both born and bred to say told you so in a way right Mr an overnight raid also submitted written testimony to lawmakers and he emphasizes he's a scientist and civil servant and that pandemic preparedness is his expertise and the fact that his warnings went unheeded clearly pains him here he is on CBS's sixty minutes last week we see too many doctors and nurses now dying I was thinking that we could have done more to get this masking the supplies to them sooner if we had what they still be alive today for today's appearance so bright rates that he wants to be forward looking so he talks about the need for a clear voice from the federal government that is consistent and truthful even when that truth is difficult and he says the truth is really difficult he writes the corona virus pandemic could be worse than the nineteen eighteen flu which claimed over fifty million lives and he says the window is closing to prevent things from being worse in the fall writing quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined to twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history well very briefly what's the agenda of the lawmakers will question him well anytime a whistleblower comes to testify before Congress is going to be political right as a witness democratic lawmakers want to hear from and they hold the majority in the house one thing to watch for is how Republicans on the committee engage with bright and whether or not they use this as a platform to defend the president okay NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin thanks so much thank you our kids going back to school in the fall in some places maybe others it's not clear the question has become a major political issue president trump says this I think they should open the schools absolutely I.

"rick bryant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm only at Francis a fired vaccine expert is set to testify before Congress today and reportedly will issue a disturbing warning to lawmakers Camilla Burnell repulsive Rick Bryant to the LC director of a key federal office charged with developing medical countermeasures is set to testify before Congress that the trump administration was unprepared to handle the pandemic and is expecting to send out a chilling warning from a prepared statement that reads quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern American history I'm coming over now report trump is urging governors across the nation to work to reopen schools closed because of the virus is also pushing back on comments from Dr Anthony Fauci who cautioned against moving too quickly and sending students back to class trump accused bunch of wanting to play all sides of the equation a million Francis nearly every state in the US is moving toward real opening from the pandemic closures in Jersey governor Phil Murphy said when it comes to re opening they're going to take things slow we are making progress and we're beginning slowly but surely to open things up we open up state and county parks a couple weekends ago with good effect we announced today we're opening up nonessential construction nonessential curbside retail pickup drive throughs and drive in so slowly but surely we are beginning to get back on our feet but again we're not out of the woods yet in Louisville Kentucky if family is desperately seeking answers this morning after three police officers forced their way inside a woman's home and blindly fired Killinger Brianna Taylor died on March thirteenth after officers with the Louisville metro.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cumulus stations news special report one of ours on tape I'm only a friend says the faxing specialist who says he lost his government job because he warned the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic isn't backing off his bleak forecast Camilla Burnell repulsive Rick Bryant to the else the director of a key federal office charged with developing medical countermeasures is set to testify before Congress that the trump administration was unprepared to handle the pandemic and is expecting to send out a chilling warning from a prepared statement that reads quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern American history I'm coming over now reporter president trump is urging governors across the nation to work to reopen schools closed because the virus is also pushing back on comments from Dr Anthony Fauci who cautioned against moving too quickly sending students back to class trump accused falsely of wanting to play all sides of the equation I'm the only apprentice nearly every state the US is moving toward re opening from the pandemic New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said that when it comes to re opening they're going to take things slow we are making progress and we're beginning slowly but surely to open things up we open up state and county parks a couple weekends ago with good effect we announce today we're opening up nonessential construction nonessential curbside retail pickup drive throughs and drive in so slowly but surely we are beginning to get back on our feet but again we're not out of the woods yet in Louisville Kentucky a family this morning is desperately seeking answers after three point police officers forced their way inside a woman's home and blindly fired killing her grounded Taylor died on March thirteenth after officers with the Louisville metro.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"E. D. W. N. Las Vegas K. K. L. C. H. D. to Las Vegas Bob Beasley media group station special report corona virus update high million Francis the faxing specialist who says he lost his government job because he warned the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic isn't backing off his bleak forecast Camilla Burnell replied to Rick Bryant to the else the director of a key federal office charged with developing medical countermeasures is set to testify before Congress that the trump administration was unprepared to handle the pandemic and is expecting to send out a chilling warning from a prepared statement that reads quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern American history Camila Burnell reporting a drop is urging governors across the nation to work to reopen schools closed because the virus is also pushing back on comments from Dr Anthony Fauci who cautioned against moving too quickly and sending students back to class trump accused falsely of wanting to play all sides of the equation I'm only at Francis nearly every state the U. S. is moving toward re opening from the pandemic New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said that when it comes to re opening they're going to take things slow we are making progress and we're beginning slowly but surely to open things up we open up state and county parks a couple weekends ago with good effect we announce today we're opening up nonessential construction nonessential curbside retail pickup drive throughs and drive in so slowly but surely we are beginning to get back on our feet but again we're not out of the woods here in Louisville Kentucky a family this morning is desperately seeking answers after three points police officers forced their way inside a woman's home and blindly fired killing her grounded Taylor died on March thirteenth after officers with the Louisville metro police department executed a search warrant at the Rollins home Amelia Francis individuals and businesses with tax problems listen carefully if you.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on No Agenda

"To clarify this as we build the confidence of the American people when I commented yesterday that there was a possibility of the fall. Winter next fall and winter could be more difficult more complicated when we had to respiratory illnesses circulated at the same time influenza virus nineteen. But I think it's really important to emphasize what I didn't say. I didn't say that this was going to be worse. I said it was going to be more complicated more difficult and complicated because we'll have flu in corona virus circulating at the same time the press went nuts. Like this your exact it just said well I got the CBS version of what you're talking about. Ooh Nice only clip odd. Rick Bright They also bring in the rick. Bright story charge came from Rick Bryant. Who said he was dismissed yesterday after pushing a more thorough. Vetting of hydroxy chloroquine a malaria drug. The president has pushed as a possible breakthrough. Four Corona virus bright said the administration has pressured me and other conscientious scientists to fund companies with political connections as well as efforts that lacks scientific merit. He added that. Sidelining me in the middle of this pandemic and placing politics in cronyism ahead of science puts lives at risk. The president has touted the promise of hydroxy chloroquine. Many times despite questions raised previously by many other health officials about its effectiveness based on what I see. It could be a game changer. As the president praised states were moving to reopen their economies. New modeling used by the White House..

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Deborah Rodriguez in upstate New York there's no push back against states planning to send people back to work during the corona virus pandemic some of them this week correspondent mullah lanky begins our coverage the new model often cited by the White House shows no St should reopen before may first and it most should not until the end of may the model shows states like Tennessee shouldn't reopen until may twentieth Texas June seventh in Georgia June nineteenth get the state's plan to partially reopen over the next several days Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt announced he will open his state in phases beginning Friday president trump has singled out as state allowing hair salons barber shops tend to emphasize parlors to reopen tomorrow I told the governor of Georgia Brian camp that I disagree strongly with his decision to open certain facilities which are in violation of the phase one guideline in California governor Newsom allowing some elective surgeries to resume we will not overload the system at peril of not being able to maintain our surge capacity the director of a federal agency involved in developing a covert nineteen vaccine says he was fired last week CBS is Paula Reid the explosive charge came from Rick Bryant who said he was dismissed after pushing for a more thorough vetting of hydroxy Cllr Quinn on Larry a drug the president has pushed as a possible breakthrough for corona virus in a few hours from now we'll get an update on the number of people who've lost jobs business analyst Joe Slazenger this time around it's expected that somewhere between three to five million new claims will be filed that would bring the number of Americans claiming benefits over five weeks over twenty five million Texas is allowing abortions to resume officials have abandoned efforts to classify the procedure as an elective.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Deborah Rodriguez in upstate New York there's no push back against states planning to send people back to work during the corona virus pandemic some of them this week correspondent mullah lanky begins our coverage a new model often cited by the White House shows no St should reopen before may first and it most should not until the end of may the model shows states like Tennessee shouldn't reopen until may twentieth Texas June seventh in Georgia June nineteenth yet the state's plan to partially reopen over the next several days Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt announced he will open his state in phases beginning Friday president trump has singled out as state allowing hair salons barber shops tend to emphasize parlors to reopen tomorrow I told the governor of Georgia Brian camp that I disagree strongly with his decision to open certain facilities which are in violation of the phase one guideline in California governor Newsom allowing some elective surgeries to resume we will not overload the system and peril of not being able to maintain our surge capacity the director of a federal agency involved in developing a covert nineteen vaccine says he was fired last week CBS is Paula Reid the explosive charge came from Rick Bryant who said he was dismissed after pushing for a more thorough vetting of hydroxy core Quinn on Larry a drug the president has pushed as a possible breakthrough for corona virus in a few hours from now we'll get an update on the number of people who've lost jobs business analyst Joe Slazenger this time around it's expected that somewhere between three to five million new claims will be filed that would bring the number of Americans claiming benefits over five weeks over twenty five million Texas is allowing abortions to resume officials have abandoned efforts to classify the procedure as an elective.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WSB-AM

"While for the selected right into the Georgia coach Rick Bryant fish had a generator something more now we have a Gatorade or just all over the only equipment pick up water every where or whatever the drink was it's all over the coach's bench over here well I'm glad I had a waterproof jacket on the well will forge ahead here soon as they get it dry everything dry Hey we need to borrow a towel my goodness well the dangers of sitting next to the bridge right yeah well the oldest one of many much I had one but a close call earlier with yeah yeah player in your lap about that no over book he did make a mess like this still good to Tony Tony stepping off my face well somebody needs to all right you need one you need to tell everybody share a towel all right or all white down got an extra shower here today back in action Maurice left open for three for Memphis said it bounces off around two or three times a finally fall through there for Isaiah Maurice's sixteen senior junior college transfer also played at Kansas state and it's his first point to the ball game and it gives Memphis the forty to thirty seven lead dogs with possession again readers Gresham lots of love to hammer the speeds down the left side of the lane and works his way down the block and rolls it up it is I was a nice move already down that lane Hammons with ten quick three by Memphis is no good dogs with the rebound Edwards to crop find just the right quarter he hit the three but he stepped out of bounds red two is spot hit the three but the official almost near sideline whistling in pointing immediately across stepped on the sideline that's unfortunate because that.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of milk and the ice tea it uses MS P jobs and tosses on the side of the road. I knew I'd do what you gotta do toss. Him on the side of the road. Chris thank you. We got a tweet from Brian Rick Bryant hot tweets in the slow. Roll tomorrow is trying to show unity and get the attention of the Fed's that control our laws, and it's nothing personal. But the problem with that, Brian though is it becomes personal because it affects people's life. You know, people trying to get to work people trying to run errands people trying to emergency vehicles, ambulances and stuff. Now. I know these truck drivers are going to be respectful and let people in and out if they need to be, but still this affects a lot of people's personal lives that had nothing to do with this, Eric I'm gonna give you the last word here. Welcome to the hammer and Nigel show, Eric. Hey, how you doing good? What's up, man? The whole thing with this. Tomorrow by our service hours of service has been in effect since nineteen thirty dizzy, the electronic logging devices. All it does is stop driver's logbook. Like they used to do growing up in the industry. I've been trucker myself and ridiculous. Yeah. I mean, we're big trucker guys here, man. And it just feels like this is not the proper way to win public support for your cause. And that's basically what I'm saying here today, you know, and I agree with you there. There is no reasons for this tomorrow. Like, I said in effect. Since nineteen thirty all they've done. Is it mandated that you have electric logging devices, which didn't allow makes you stopped.

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"rick bryant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"rick bryant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is sunday and this offer ends on thursday oh yeah no more delays more procrastination rick bryant texas the great ktrh her retired state trooper how are you sir hey hot lark we welcomed the for we have mutual haram parking oh yeah he's terrific tom yet yes sir to order go to now by over burning ban we watch the hearings while my own a year two of the senate and uh director colmey me and one of the senator's i couldn't believe director colmey answer they ask them what wonder if you're agent heck can't the thousands of email what what you have done any income he replied well i don't think he would have been prosecuted and they would have been disciplinary action now look over my son barron did you hear what you just said but when it comes to wiener rvd nobody nobody gets to travel with which i don't understand oh me too me he's like a politician one time he's talking there for the senate he's ring in his hand and he's very animated and the next time he stole can easter director of the fbi and my only seniors and by and by the way they had a correct the record say wasn't thousands of times with sometimes of his facts straight oh i mean this guy's director of the fbi.

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