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"ron hold" Discussed on NPR News Now
"That g seven leaders have agreed to donate vaccines to less developed countries and also help with big infrastructure projects to counter china's belt and road initiative franco or donas npr. News cornwall. england to austin texas. Now one person has been arrested in connection with the shooting of the city's entertainment district. Fourteen others were wounded. Police still looking for another suspect as nathan bernier reports from member station k. u. t. details are sparse but austin police with help from the fbi combed through reams of video footage gathered from police surveillance. Cameras officer body cams and the cell phones of witnesses. That's what helped lead to the arrest of a suspect in connection with the shooting and austin's busy street entertainment district police chief. Joseph ciccone says they don't have a motive but believe it was an isolated incident between two groups of people. Most of the victims were innocent bystanders. But we're still sorting out all of the victims to see what their involvement is in this case police say when the shooting took place the crowd was at pre pandemic levels and filled sixth street for npr news. I'm nathan bernie in austin texas mass shootings in austin as well as in chicago and savannah. Georgia stoking concerns about a spike and gun. Violence talks aimed at restoring the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with the ron resumed this weekend with the us delegation participating indirectly as in previous rounds. Npr's peter kenyon reports a european union spokesman called the toxin tents with a number of issues still remaining the foreign policy. Chief rick mora has said he thinks a deal could be reached among all parties including iran. And the us in this round but others are less sure of that iranian state media quote the lead iranian negotiator as downplaying any expectation that the talks would finish before ron holds a presidential election on friday. The direct talks include iran. Russia china the uk france and germany with the us delegation located elsewhere and being briefed by maura. Iran began violating some parts of the agreement after former president. Donald trump pulled out of the deal. Peter kenyon npr news. Istanbul and this is npr news. Rescue efforts are ongoing in the central chinese city of chignon where the explosion of a gas line today killed at least a dozen people city officials say more than one hundred fifty people were taken to hospitals and state media say at least thirty seven have critical injuries state and local leaders along with representatives of the wanna pulse foundation mark five years since forty nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a nightclub in south orlando florida daniel prior of member station w. m. f. e. reports on this weekend's remembrance orlando tv anchor. Nancy hosted the first vigil five years ago just days after the shooting took the stage outside the former gay nightclub and told the crowd to look for rainbows. Alvarez went on to explain that every year since the twenty sixteen shooting a rainbow had appeared in the sky during the yearly memorial. If you see a rainbow shouted out pointed out stop the ceremony. Do what you gotta do. Because that will be our forty nine. Saying but i have seen the sure enough five minutes later to the chords of the song. This is me from the greatest showman. A rainbow appeared in the sky as the crowd made up of residents and families of victims and survivors cheered for npr news. I'm danielle prior in orlando was monster dog. Show working its way toward the top prize. Four finalists were chosen yesterday. Three more will be selected tonight before the group of seven dogs compete in the best and best in show competition westminster usually held in february but it was moved out as a pandemic precaution. I'm trial snyder. This is npr..
"ron hold" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"1071 w Well, I rfm Hampton bays time, everybody. It's nine o'clock. What the heck? I mean, I say this every week. Tony just said that too. It seems like 20 minutes. I swear. Right, So here we are in our final hour. Alright, this hour will be all requests. We're gonna do all request radio for you. For me. Yeah, I'll tell you next. All right, the all request radio. There's Ah, You know, there's a song that we haven't played in a long time that I get requests for this every once in a while calling Seaview and Jenkin find us. It's by Ron Hold It's called Love You so very interesting. Interesting novelty sound I think was I know you'll see. You'll hear it all Spanish flavor to it. Run holders love you. So let me know when you find that and we'll play it and says, Bruce, I am a fan. From way back. We met a couple of times in Morton Williams or pet smart. That's here in the city. You are a beacon to the young and young in heart. Nice and we all appreciate you very much. I love the other song. It isn't played much. That's a favorite of mine. Ron Holden's love these so You know, you know you have it guys. Nobody. I mean, it could be no here. Okay. Great. You know, that's it. Thanks for all the memories stay as well as ever. And it's from Joanne Alonso, Greenwich Village, New York. Joanne, Sweetheart. Thank you for the request. Here it is for you all request I w A B C. Rumbled..
"ron hold" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Thing that can unlock it is vitamin D. That's why it's involved in so many different health conditions. Your body knows what it needs. It just needs the key to unlock the right team. Now, Doctor, you say we need 5000 I used per day. Now. Here's here's the problem. I went through the health food store the other day, and I'm looking at most multi vitamins and I'm even looking at vitamin D sold separately, you know is the supplement itself. Most of them have 204 100 I use I saw a couple brands they had 1000. Nobody even comes close to What purity is offering here. I want you to talk about why we need 5000 per day. And there's really only three ways to get it. I could either go out in the noontime sun, which really isn't practical for a lot of us. And there's you know these the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again, not an optimal choice. Or I can supplement the right way with purity products. Why the importance of this 5000 number wise that the magic bullet because of the single fact and this fact changed my life. Seven years ago, when I was researching vitamin D I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime and Sunday We're about 20 minutes, 10 minutes on each side you make between 10,000 and 20,000 units of vitamin D in 20 minutes now. That's incredible. I thought about that. And I thought about that. Why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin D that quickly? And if you look at levels of people like lifeguards or roof, furs or gardeners or something, their levels or 50, or 60 or 70? So that's a natural level and studies very clearly show if you want your level to be ideal your blood level to be 50 60. You have to take 5000 units a day 2000 units a day We'll get your blood level up to maybe 32. 5000 units. Today We'll get your blood level up to 50. And if you take less than that, you'll get some benefits of vitamin D, But you will not get the full benefits. How do I know if I'm vitamin D deficient? I mean, other than there is a blood test, right? Right. There is a blood test and luckily more and more doctors or ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test this first you have to get your doctor to agree to it. And then your doctor has to know something about vitamin D, and many of them are really too busy to read the current research. You have to go and have the blood test done. And then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted. And you hope that by the way, the doctor ordered the right tests. There is an easier way are their symptoms I could look for that would tell me Pat, you're probably I'm not a lifeguard. So chances are and I'm not not a roof for so probably gonna be vitamin D deficient, but other symptoms I can look for not having enough energy is a common one. Aches and pains that doctors can't diagnosis is another one. Interestingly and another is your muscular, skeletal system. How kind of ready you feel Even your performance on the athletic field will talk about that later that I have a paper coming out in the About a week talking about vitamin D's effect on athletic performance. How sharp you feel mentally, whether where there's sometimes you're in the fog. It seems like you're just not thinking straight. Vitamin D is crucial for brain health those of the most common symptoms, but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin D deficient Won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long. They think the way they feel in the way they think and the way they move is normal. So you can't go by symptoms. Now, Doctor you've written and vitamin D deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to our health. How can you say something That's wrong? I mean, what? What's the scope of the problem here in the U. S. Well, more and more studies showing virtually everybody is vitamin D deficient course. That all depends upon how you define that. I mean, if you define vitamin D deficiency is anybody less than 30. And about half of Americans are vitamin D deficient. But But many people, many scientists now thinking that ideal level is 40. And many of us now think actually, the ideal level is closer to 50. And if you use the cut off 50, then 97% of Americans or vitamin D deficient interesting. Get there so when when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin D With the product like purity products getting that 5000 I use per day. What kind of a difference is they're going to know this is gonna make them feel better. Yeah, that's probably the first thing that they'll notice is in effect on their feelings of well being and moved by. Well being. I just mean this feeling that You know you want to live? You know, in some ways, What's the point of going on from month to month? The month where you You know, your get up and go is gone and you're just don't really feel like doing anything. You know You're not excited about anything anymore. You your mood level is low in and that's one of the first things that And the clues that we had a sort of interesting. The clues we had to move are very similar to the clues we have for heart health. We're going to talk about that later. But But people who live the closer you live to the equator, the better Your move. Listen to this part in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, They looked at hundreds of people. This is what they found. They found that people with the lowest vitamin D level We're 11 times 11 times more likely to have low mood and then Professor Ron hold visa at the University of Toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about 300 patients. 4000 units of vitamin D F for a year or so. And what stood out was their feelings of well being improved their feelings of wanting to live life and they could feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper levels. Take about a month. All right, let me let me get this special offer because I'm watching the clock here. Purity has put together a fantastic offer. You've got the vitamin D at the recommended dosage. The 5000 I use per day and you've also asked them to combine it with their omega three fish oils. And there's a reason for that. I want you to explain that this energy you get, they seem to make each other even work better. Plus, you're really excited about the fact that you talked them into a pretty good deal. Yeah. When I approached security, I said, you know, vitamin D knees again, and the special form of vitamin K the expensive form vitamin K two. It needs the boron and I wanted to be the patented boron and it needs magnesium. And it needs think, and we'll talk about why that's important. But then I said it also needs official Will that to work together, Synergistically and this is what I want you to do. I want you to give away a bottle of molecularly distilled, ultra pure official. I want you to give it away for free, and they kind of laughed and they said Okay, we'll do it and And they asked me why? And I said, because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more. You get a bottle of vitamin D a month supply of the complete formula..
"ron hold" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Ron woolfe joins us on sports byline. Usa and we can now say a member of the pro football hall of fame. He was the general manager. The Green Bay packers in his credited with bringing success to a packers franchise that rarely wondering the two decades prior to Ron joining the organization. He also played a significant role in personnel decisions and operations with the Oakland. Los Angeles Raiders as well Ron. I know that going into the hall of fame means different things to different people. I'm sure with coaches. It's one thing with players. It's another thing but you've been a major contributor to football for a long time. Which got the that honor. Tell me a little about what your reaction was to it. Well first of all it was wanted shock to have an opportunity to to be thought of in. That vein is an incredible experience for someone like myself. It's not something you think about as you as you work every day. I spent thirty eight active years working primarily in the personnel and of the National Football League. So you don't You don't you don't ever see or think that you're going to get an opportunity to one day where that gold jacket and Lo and behold that presented itself so. I'm still in shock. I'm still on all over it and It's a it's an honor a lot. A lot of people played a very important role and What I was able to do to help me along and I look at it more more or less as a team thing than anything else A lot helping Green Bay and had a lot of help obviously an open so I can't take credit for a lot of things that went on and Oakland but certainly in Green Bay. I'm very proud of what we're able to accomplish there and How we resurrected that franchise. Let me ask you because you did make an art form in other words personnel evaluation. You had touch. You had a feel for tell me a little bit about how that developed in You. Gravitated to that direction and football. Well I had a tremendous teacher. I was Nineteen sixty three. I was brought to Oakland As as a talent assistant Under Al Davis and he sat with me and taught me every aspect of town evaluation. It was a wonderful time for me. American football raiders. American football league There were only eight teams. We had thirty three players so that meant a whole. There were two hundred and forty four players. We would sit in the room at night. Alan and myself with the four other coaches that we had and we studied each team and we broke it down by position. So I'm saying we that's not. I shouldn't say that they really did. I was sitting in their absorbing. But you could watch for example Who the best left tackle who the best corners were things of that nature and by repetitive nature. I always like to compare everything by comparison variable there. We were able to ascertain who the best players were at each position in the American football league That's an education. Anybody would love to have I was always big on comparison. Compare one player to another. And that's Kinda how I learned. It did yeah. He had a particular philosophy about evaluating players. No matter what the position was Ron he really did sizes fever very important to him And he stressed that And he was always looking for explosive players. Both sides with a ball is looking for different makers on offense and difference makers on defense. Obviously he felt and I'm sure everybody is well aware of that. That followed the raiders. During that time then order to shut it team down you need to corners and someone who could apply pressure As as a rusher but he really stressed the cornerback. Position and offensively It was a receiver position. I think he's lean to that a little bit because that's what he coached. Did he adjust his a playing philosophy for the team to the players that he had or did the players did he go out and draft players that fit his philosophy of how he wanted the team to play? He went out and drafted players. That would sit as philosophy of how you want to wanted. The team supply He he wasn't He had he was Said his mind which way he wanted to go and the particular players he wanted to play for him and that's why he was able to acquire so many really good players in trades like Willie Brown here addiction to name a few. Those are for the the really old raider fans guys like Tom. Keating and eventually he ended up Making the raiders who are also ran into just a championship caliber team in fact. It's probably the only team when you stop and think about that when you think of the Oakland Raiders. You think of one person. You don't think of a player you think of. Al Davis and He's just a remarkable remarkable remarkable Executive in professional football. Let me ask you about the the move from Oakland Los Angeles. Oakland is obviously a blue collar type of town. The fans were that way as well. Los Angeles is Hollywood down. There did that. Have any effect on the raiders. That moved down there a very interesting question I I. I'm not sure I don't think so. I think you know if you second guess or Be like a Monday morning quarterback. I'm not sure we went to the you know. In retrospect looking back. Now I'm not sure we went to the right place. Maybe we should've tried to go to Pasadena Planet Rose Bowl something like that. But I don't think had any Any big effect I. It was a lot different though. I mean suddenly. You had limousines appearing in the parking lot take in players to engagements at night. You know. We never had that up at Oakland. Find funny if you think about it. Ron And you know the Oakland areas well in the seventies they had the Oakland A.'s. And of course the story with them was they had so much talent but when they were off the field they be fighting in the locker room. And then you think about the Raiders Oakland Raiders and they had all these distinct personalities crazy guys as well. I mean when you've got somebody like a Kenny Stabler and an Jack Tatum. But yet when they got on the field they played so well and so successfully. Is that something? That's just in the air in Oakland or was it just a philosophy by the people who are running those teams you think I think we had great great locker room presence. The people in the locker room ran. I'm talking about the players and this show is Jim Auto. Then it became Gene upshaw became Dave Dhabi. We have guys those guys the locker room. They police themselves if he has somebody on a little bit off kilter or off Center. He was quickly. Grab back and forced to succumb to their pressure. If you will and it was always about playing a game always about playing a game. What were the challenges for you? When in nineteen seventy five you joined the expansion Tampa Bay buccaneers. You were the vice president of operations and you help build that team. That would advance the seventy nine. Nfc Championship game taking a team from scratch in building it. Tell me about what that was like and what we are. Philosophy was in building it. Well very interesting experience for me. You know and I'm on to my own horn here as the only real expansion team before free agency in four years that in four years played championship game for the right to go to the Super Bowl. No one else ever did not Tom Landry. Not Tex Schramm where the cowboys. Paul Brown with the Bengals so I am very very proud of that now. It was a very big learning experience because unfortunately in that time period there were no quarterbacks that were available. Those two years were disastrous. Seventy five and seventy six in the draft or seventy six seventy seven. I should say seventy six seventy so The best quarterback to come out was a fellow by name. Steve Berg And you know yeah very nice career. We couldn't hit. We could not find one. It was very very frustrating to me because I believe in order to be successful in the in the national football league. You have to have a quarterback and We just couldn't come up with on when you look at the Success that they had in going to that. Nfc Championship game in about a minute. What was the key to that season? You know I was fired by the seventy nine the seventy nine but you put you put the building blocks in place. Yeah we had sixteen or seventeen guys that I had something to do with ever that were playing in that game on both sides. I think what happened was Play better football team playing some. They had one heck of a defense Leroy Salman is a good football player as As anybody's ever going to see I I've only been around one guy very similar to him. That'd be Reggie White with the packers. And and how long with the raiders? I shouldn't say one guy that's two guys. They're so he was. He was a dominant football player. As those other two guys were but I think that's it. I think just the rams were better team. Ron Hold on just a second. We're talking with Ron. Woolfe member of the football hall of fame. We'll talk about those great years up in Green Bay and how he put that team together as well and we do that as we continue across country and around the world on sports byline. Have.
"ron hold" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Ramping up I'm Lisa let's Sarah fox news the US military on high alert in the Middle East as a Ron hold a funeral today for top general K. seem so the money killed last week by U. S. drone strike near the Baghdad airport as a Ron vows revenge whether it's a military provocation or nuclear development nobody knows exactly what is going to happen next when it comes to Iran but I can tell you the region is prepared tonight we have seen American Apache helicopters flying around patrolling the Baghdad green zone after last night's rocket attack they've been firing players in an effort not to get shot down there are concerns this evening that at any moment attacks could come from Iran or running proxies in the Middle East thoughts is trading Ste in Baghdad defense secretary mark esper responding after a letter was released reporters seeming to show the US is planning to withdraw from a wrong no decision may leave Iraq period chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millay calling the letter an unsigned draft adding we are moving forces around and we have increased helicopter movement in a rock at the U. when Russia and China say they strongly oppose the new year's eve attack on the U. S. embassy in Baghdad but decided to block the security council statement condemning it because it doesn't address the west killing of Solomonic leaders in Washington state including a congresswoman asking why Iranian Americans coming back into the west were detained at a border crossing representative from elegir Paul says this incident was not just a case of additional scrutiny from what she was told they had their passports taken away they were not allowed to leave so they were held in some form of detention and she says others pass through but the Iranian Americans were held up which blurs the line what it means to be a US citizen and what it means to be a permanent resident and what it means to have constitutional protections a spokesman for customs and border protection says.
"ron hold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"N. annual General Assembly in New York which is happening next week why did you cancel that trip right will an official in his office told me he canceled because of the political developments back home and I think it's a big setback for to tell you how he loves going to the U. and he loves addressing the General Assembly he's given memorable speeches there in the past you know warning you Ron holding up props wowing Israelis with his packable English he sending his foreign minister instead and it's a now was also supposed to meet president trump on that trip to discuss a possible defense treaty between the US and Israeli now that's not happening either and today when trump was asked about internet was fate he said something remarkable he said our relationship is with Israel we'll see what happens and it's just really remarkable to see him distancing himself from the time Yahoo at this time when it's a now could really use to support yeah and this deadlock comes less than six months after another election where Netanyahu was not able to put together a majority government how are people taking this in Israel voters we spoke to are quite frustrated ari no matter who they support they say this is a repeat election and they want a resolution already take a listen to this voter Tovey ago see I'm very disappointed man and I hope they stay BB Netanyahu we resigned it's very unlikely that he will voluntarily resign he's Israel's longest serving prime minister and this fight is only beginning on local TV he. you have pundits presenting a whole host of different scenarios about what Nintendo could do how we could maneuver himself how we could stay in power what his opponents could do to try to block him I was listening to a call in show on the on the radio today here where callers are offering their own creative political maneuvers to unlock this deadlock so I think overall Israelis are quite engrossed in this political drama right now yeah well without going through the exhaustive list of possibilities tells what the opening positions from consonants and young who are about how they would put together a coalition to get a majority when Netanyahu kind of took the first move in this chess game today he has all his right wing and religious allies commit to sticking by his side and he basically issued this ultimatum. either him as the prime minister and guns joins his government or nothing else and even his allies are threatening third elections and then on the other hand you have guns he took a morning jog with his wife this morning and he said let's all calm down and all work to build a coalition with Netanyahu's party but he still wants to be with prime minister so the options here seem to be a largely right wing religious government verses a centrist led government that would still partner with Netanyahu's party it's all very complicated and someone's going to have to give and when and how does this all get resolved well for the moment it's NO remains the interim prime minister and then in a few days the president consults all the parties and then he tasks one of the candidates with trying to form a government first so that'll be either Netanyahu or guns. but there's another clock ticking here and that is that in two weeks the Attorney General is holding a court hearing and then he's gonna make a final decision at the end of the year on whether he'll indict that's on you know for corruption and that can also affect the the political landscape here and what to tell you know decides to do that's NPR's.
"ron hold" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Who attacked the Saudis college scandal sentencing I'm Evan handing the Yemen based who the rebels claim their drones hit a major Saudi Arabian oil processing facility the Wall Street journal reports Saudi and American officials are looking into the possibility that the attacks were carried out by cruise missiles launched from Iran or Iraq correspondent Jeremy diamond reports secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the hoodies word not behind this strike the secretary of state they're directly blaming a Ron holding a responsible ultimately for this attack weather was carried out by Iranian proxies or by Iran itself still very much remains a question mark what is not questionable is the magnitude of the loss the fires of halted half of Saudi Arabia's oil production sources familiar with Saudi oil operations are saying that five million barrels per day have been knocked out of production that's about five percent of the world's oil supply correspondent been Weedman at a federal court in Boston desperate housewives actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced to fourteen days in prison Hausman is second to be sentenced but the first to get prison time in the country's largest college admissions scandal which in sneered more than fifty college coaches administrators and wealthy parents nineteen parents are still fighting the federal charges. including actress Lori Loughlin and her husband fashion designer Massimo Jian only both turned down a plea deal from the state earlier this year and are scheduled to go to trial correspond to bring Gingrich reports Hoffman was also sentenced to a year's probation two hundred fifty hours of community service and has to pay a thirty thousand dollar fine well a deck collapse of.
"ron hold" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"If you think about it ron and you know the oakland areas well on the seventies they had the oakland a.'s and of course the story with them was they had so much talent but when they were off the field they'd be fighting in the locker room and then you think about the raiders oakland raiders and they had all these distinct personalities crazy guys as well. I mean when you've got somebody like a kenny stabler and jack tatum but yet when they got on the field they played so well and so successfully. Is that something that's just in the air in oakland or was it just a philosophy by the people who are running those teams you think i think we had great <hes> great locker room. Presence the the people in the locker room grantee. I'm talking about the players you know initially jim auto then it became <hes> gene upshaw then it became dave dhabi. We have guys you know. Those guys ran the locker room. They police themselves. Yeah somebody go on a little bit off kilter off center. He was quickly grab back and forced to succumb to their pressure if you will and it was always about playing a game hallways about playing a game what was the challenges for you. When a nineteen seventy five he joined the expansion tampa bay buccaneers. You were the vice president of operations there and you help build that team that would advance the seventy nine n._f._c. championship game taking a team from scratch in building. Tell me about what that was like and what your philosophy was in building it. Well <hes> a very interesting experience for me. You know and i'm on to my own horn here. As the only real expansion team before free agency in four years that in four years played the championship game for the right to go to the super bowl. No one else ever did not tom landry not tex schramm where the cowboys paul brown with the bengals angles so i am very very proud of that now it was a very big learning experience because unfortunately in that time period there. There were no quarterbacks that were available. Those two years were disastrous. <hes> seventy five and seventy six and the draft or seventy six seventy seven seven. I should say seventy six seventy seven <hes> the best quarterback to come out was the name of steve berg. <hes> and you know hit very nice career. We couldn't hit we could not find one. It was very very frustrating to me because i believe in order to be successful and in the national football league you have to have a quarterback and <hes> we just couldn't come up with one when you look at the success that they had to that n._f._c. championship game in about a minute. What was the key to that season. You know i was fired by that the seventy nine hundred seventy nine but you put the you put the building blocks in place. Yeah we had sixteen or seventeen guys that <hes> i had something to do with that were that were playing a game on both sides. I think what happened was <hes> play better football team playing some they had well the heck of a defense <hes> leroy salman is good at football players <hes> as anybody's ever going to see i. I've only been around one guy very similar to him. That'd be reggie white where the packers and and how along with the raiders. I shouldn't say one guy that's two guys there but so he was he was a dominant football player as those other two guys were but i think that's it. I think just the rams were better team. Ron hold on just a second. We're talking with ron. Woolfe wolf a member of the football hall of fame. We'll talk about those great years up in green bay and how he put that team together as well and we do that as we continue across country and around the world.
"ron hold" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Good morning at about thanks he said the next UK prime minister will be announced in the coming hours as the Conservative Party takes a new leader he later Boris Johnson is the overwhelming favorite to succeed to resume that whoever wins will face a long list of challenges the biggest is the issue that brought my down extricate the U. K. from the E. U. Johnson's vowed to do that by the end of October with or without a deal meanwhile Britain's top business group says the next prime minister must move beyond breaks it I was still confident see the I. director general Caroline said then it's cooling on Johnson rival Jeremy hunt quickly to move the economy forward saying the U. K.'s reputation has taken a battering in recent years as the no do breaks it would be quite seriously damaging president trump says Congress has ratio on suspending the debt limit and raising government spending for two years what's all the agreement would offset the seventy five billion dollars of higher expenditure that would give the administration and the Republican dot com savings they thinking the new spending and limited savings will likely push the budget deficit over a trillion dollars next year the man who led the international atomic energy agency for ten years and it was Katie Ron nuclear deal has died unexpectedly Amman was a veteran of the summoned for liberation diplomacy and had let the I. A. E. A. since two thousand and nine he was heavily involved in the deal with so Ron holds its nuclear ambitions his death comes just months after president trump unilaterally abandon the accord and in the space program is back on track with the successful launch of an heading for the dark side of the moon the chance to week off the initial launch was home to them as the last minute the mission is aiming to land at the South Pole explore indications of what are the possible that was fine only a million fraud by a manned mission by twenty twenty two news twenty four hours a day on it and the team to a country twenty seven other journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries a medical journalist this is one that you sent thank you and about let's get back.
"ron hold" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Morning at about thanks he said the next UK prime minister will be announced in the coming hours as the Conservative Party picks and you later she later Boris Johnson is the overwhelming favorite to succeed to resume that whoever wins will face a long list of challenges the biggest is the issue that brought my down extricate the U. K. from a you don't since vowed to do that by the end of October with or without a deal meanwhile Britain's top business group says the next prime minister must move beyond breaks it I was still confidence CD I directed general Caroline said then it's cooling on Johnson rival Jeremy hunt quickly to move the economy forward saying the U. K.'s reputation has taken a battering in recent years as the no do breaks it would be quite seriously damaging president trump says Congress has ratio on suspending the debt limit and raising government spending for two years what's all the agreement would offset the seventy five billion dollars of higher expenditure that would give the administration and the Republicans about saving face seeking any spending and limited savings will likely push the budget deficit over a trillion dollars next year the man who led the international atomic energy agency for ten years and it was Katie Ron nuclear deal has died unexpectedly okay I'm on was a veteran of disarmament and not put a liberation diplomacy and let the I. A. E. A. since two thousand and nine he was heavily involved in the deal with so Ron holds its nuclear ambitions his death comes just months after president trump unilaterally abandon the accord and in the space program is back on track with the successful launch of an for the dark side of the moon the chance to blossom week off the initial launch was home to the last minute the mission is aiming to land at the South Pole pixel indications of what are the possible that was fine only a million fraud by a manned mission by twenty twenty two news twenty four hours a day on it and it takes a hundred twenty seven of the journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm at a motorolas this is one that you set thank you and.
"ron hold" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"The coward global satellite network. Regain dot com. But when he's wrong, he's wrong. There are no sacred cow herds. He was saying, you know, going states here up in the stratosphere Tronto walk. You're pretty much the same team. There one good guy they play well they win. They don't they lose. I disagree with that. Make the case why he's wrong. Yeah. I strongly disagree with that. And I asked Colin are you just well, you don't know calling you won't get a chance to ask. All right. I'll have you ask him know where was he game four you must have made his biggest bed of his life because Toronto was home game four against Milwaukee. I of Colin lives in LA, and he makes six million dollars a year, so it doesn't have to make any fair enough. So. Nevertheless, Toronto was an underdog at all may three point underdogs to think about this. You give four points for homecourt advantage. So in game four basically, Vegas was so would he's reacting to which would happen in game four overreacting to what happened in game for it's still one data point argest, somehow seems that you went on a couple of data points from Durant, and we're three to not fair enough. But if there's one series, I would argue that I have called correctly, in terms of overreaction real, that's because Ron hold on hold on, on straight out of Vegas in game four. You had a lean on who on the winner on Toronto. He did really. I thought he was leaning Milwaukee healing Toronto. You didn't even like it a like Toronto game three and one with it, then I didn't ask. But in game four you didn't even like it. To why I was scared of co WI with the end. We don't really know is injured. He's limping at times. He's Winston at times who listen, St. fezzet MD has not how back in the past from assessments. Yes. So Steve fezzet empty has been wrong in his assessment. So I really not sure about co is health, but it certainly, you know it's, it's it in many ways right now. It's like a free role if co why is healthy? You can make a case that this line is pretty accurate. If why is not healthy Toronto probably in a lot of trouble game? Fuck I, I don't think he's that her because let's just put this out here. I think as far as effort goes whereas effort gonna show most on the defensive side of the ball, we, would you agree with. So in the last two games, games three and four. And this was an adjustment that Toronto made to go on Yannis Colli has been guarding Yoenis for games three and four games one into Kawai only guard. Jaanus nineteen total possessions in the last two games, seventy five total possessions, nearly five times as much and yet Jaanus has had back to back subpar games including game three his worst playoff game. He's ever had. I mean if it takes maximum effort to guard, one of the best players on the defense side of the ball Howard, can you be so one of our theories is in the you don't have a proper your best buy here? I do not have a wherever theories is maybe look quite to go under and points in game five the theory being if he's hurt the under- make sense. And if he's not hurt, but he spends more energy on defense. He won't spend as much on offense AmEx a of, and what also makes sense is now Toronto goes on the road, and let's face it, they're seven point underdog here, six point underdog. So just fewer points for Toronto's team in general means fewer points for Leonard. Well, yeah. Mathematically, projected absolutely now. So we've addressed that. There's been that couldn't the case be made the sense they poke Hawaii on yawn is that Toronto is clearly, the better team. Because if you add up a overtime win at home with a home domination, 'cause that'd be honest, would it Milwaukee. Do the first two games against them? They won very close Dame. And they blew him out. One. So wh where did Tronto do Toronto won a double overtime game which is called a very close game. Direct. Yep. And they bloom out. Yes..
"ron hold" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Half million Texans who received food stamps, and now there's a push to crack down on fraud last Bill to be filed this legislative session would require drug testing. I nap benefits fail in your band for twelve months, but Eric Cooper who had Senator Tony does food. Bank says the USDA studied this issue found almost no fraud. He says there is a work requirement for food. Stamps employers have drug testing, let the private sector pick that up Texas used to fingerprint snap recipients, but cancelled that in two thousand eleven when no fraud was found Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w more nations are grounding the Boeing seven thirty-seven max a jet after the crash of one of Boeing's newest jetliners on Sunday. And it was the second seven thirty-seven max, a crash in six months observers say this lows down air travel. It could be a break on already slowing global economy. Not to mention potentially devastating for Boeing KOMAL county. Residents say the fight against the proposed Vulcan materials limestone, Corey at forty six and three double o nine has just begun. Despite the fact that Volkan has received a draft permit. There are corey's all over the place from the one that was on the side of the current Corey market to one that was on the side of the remnant shopping center, but opponent Sabrina Houser Amaya says this one is different previous corey's were built when the area around them was lightly populated. What we've described helicoptering this quarry in on a large piece of land designed to last eighty years into a residential community. Volkan says it will be a good neighbor, and we'll meet or exceed air quality standards. The draft permit doesn't mean Volkan can start construction only that it can present its case before a hearing examiner probably this summer. Well today is election day for voters in northwest. San Antonio and Leon valley today is the runoff election to succeed county Commissioner Justin Rodriguez and the state House Republicans are hoping to count on low turnout. The push businessman. Fred Ron held a victory and the democrat dominated district and the same way Republican Pete floors one. Carlos you rusty state Senate district and a low turnout special election, but democrat former city councilman Ray Lopez has been campaigning hard to make sure that does not happen. Well, Texas pediatricians are fighting back against anti vaccine, especially with a surge in measles and other easily can contaminated diseases that can be. Easily contracted Dr Alvin Koran of Dallas no longer treats children who have not gotten standard vaccinations. I can't afford to have children in my office who have contagious diseases that will affect children who are regular patients in my practice and diseases like measles can be easily contain. Cram says the problem is that kids who are too young to be vaccinated or being exposed a measles, which is highly contagious due entirely to the fact that their parents did not get their kids. Their shots w away. I news time six thirty seven, traffic and weather together in a minute. But first a check of your money in the world of business. Ed.
"ron hold" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Michigan state winning on the road at Michigan seventy seven the seventy moving in the first place in the big ten in the big east today Xavier a team the Tampa kind of a down year recently had a six game losing streak but had a big second half run today at home and knocking off the defending national champ quit now retreats back towards the time line waiting for a screen eight on the shot clock to twenty nine of the game clock over to Marshall fires the three off the iron. No, good rebound. Taken aside by John. Setback for two sixty one forty six on the offense. Rebound a crushing from. Tyreek. Joe sentiments Xavier musketeers sports network Xavier goes on seventeen. Nothing Ron holds Villanova scoreless for nine minutes in the musketeers. Get their fourth straight win which followed the six game. We'll do sixty six to fifty four Villanova has now lost three in a row for the first time in six years for the last five, and they gotta play Marquette is the first place team in the big east on Wednesday. So one team from Cincinnati one today, let's tell you about another one the Bearcats as expecting we're able to win. It you come to be an interesting game because Cincinnati was up by fifteen just over nine minutes to play uconn went on a sixteen run took the lead. But the Birkat pulled it out sixty four to sixty two twenty three and four on the year. Two in the league certainly one of the big gains yesterday last night was the one at the carrier dome. The crowd was thirty five thousand six hundred forty two that's the largest ever college basketball history on campus and Duke avenged the earlier overtime loss to Syracuse by winning seventy five sixty five they do it without their star Zion. Williamson of course, has the injury the other freshman star RJ, Barry a big night with thirty points. Jim boeheim coach the game. He was involved in that tragic accident earlier in the week. It was just after the win over Louisville in Syracuse. He was driving home on a slick road. There was a disabled vehicle swerved away from the vehicle didn't see a pedestrian that who who was coming away from the vehicle and claimed the life of fifty one year old or hey minute bay Heim after last night's game. I recruit these young men to come play university. They needed needed to try to do my job tonight. And they understand I did this feeling fully the weight of the tragic accident and its impact on his family. This is something that will be with me for the rest of my life, very emotional seventy four years old hall of fame coach, obviously he said he will never forget the tragic events of the other night. Our game was a good one for much of the day. Michigan state pulled it out in the second half hit their free throws down the stretch. Got a big game from caches Winston..
Xavier 17-0 run stuns No. 17 Villanova
"Xavier a team the Tampa kind of a down year recently had a six game losing streak but had a big second half run today at home and knocking off the defending national champ quit now retreats back towards the time line waiting for a screen eight on the shot clock to twenty nine of the game clock over to Marshall fires the three off the iron. No, good rebound. Taken aside by John. Setback for two sixty one forty six on the offense. Rebound a crushing from. Tyreek. Joe sentiments Xavier musketeers sports network Xavier goes on seventeen. Nothing Ron holds Villanova scoreless for nine minutes in the musketeers. Get their fourth straight win which followed the six game. We'll do sixty six to fifty four Villanova has now lost three in a row for the first time in six years for the last five, and they gotta play Marquette is the first place team in the big east
"ron hold" Discussed on KTOK
"Roger stone arrested this morning in Florida. The former Trump campaign adviser indicted in a special counsel's investigation the charges obstructing in official preceding false statements in witness tampering. Paul Manafort will be in court again today for a hearing into whether the former Trump campaign chairman lied to investigators special counsel, Robert Muller has accused Paul Manafort of violating the terms of his plea deal claiming that after agreeing to cooperate in the Russia investigation Manafort misled the special counsels investigators about his contact with a witness with ties to Russian intelligence Manafort through his attorneys has denied the allegation Manafort will wear a suit instead of a prison uniform when he goes to court today after a judge yesterday granted his request to wear a suit to the hearing and any future court appearances at the White House, John decker, Fox News. We now know more while Ron's holding an American since last year. Year. A state media reports as navy veteran. Michael white is facing security related allegations. Whites family says he went to a Rhonda's girlfriend Florida needs to find a new secretary of state. The wanna just got the job has resigned a newspaper, the Tallahassee democrat unearth pictures of Florida's secretary of state, Michael or tell taken a Halloween party in two thousand five or tell getting blasted on social media for being racist. As those photos show him wearing black face in a t shirt that said Katrina victim or tell was asked for comment by the paper. And his only response was there's nothing I can say or tell was appointed to serve as Florida's top election official just three weeks ago by the new governor Rhonda Santa's at a news conference Thursday descente said he didn't want to get mired into kind of side controversies and felt it was just best to accept tells resignation chill. Nato folks news, Wall Street Dow futures up over a hundred points before the opening bell. I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. Your shot at one thousand dollars now text nationwide, keyword two hundred you'll get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio, info standard data and message rates apply. Nationwide. Contest. Two hundred two hundred. Update. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Cato. Can you sit around this is Oklahoma's first news heavy coat this morning? Our forecast is coming up in its weekly flu update. The state health department reports eighteen people in Oklahoma had died from the flu for the two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen influences season September there have been more than three hundred fifty hospitalizations. Statewide officials say the majority of the deaths occurred in patients who were age sixty five or older interim state health Commissioner Tom Bates says it's a shame. The state health department has become a symbol of what people think is the worst state government. I regret that the actions of a few folks. Clouded the great work that are public health professionals at the health department do every day he told the house subcommittee.
"ron hold" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bear with someone watch the news. They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is develops through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast were twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for midnight for their box news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. Get our top Fox News story. Roger stone arrested this morning in Florida. The Trump campaign adviser indicted in a special counsel's investigation the charges obstructing an official proceeding false statements in witness tampering. Paul Manafort will be in court again today for a hearing into whether the former Trump campaign chairman lied to investigators special counsel, Robert Muller has accused Paul Manafort of violating the terms of his plea deal claiming that after a green to cooperate in the Russia investigation Manafort misled the special counsels investigators about his contact with a witness with ties to Russian intelligence Manafort through his attorneys has denied the allegation Manafort will wear a suit instead of a prison uniform when he goes to court today after a judge yesterday granted his request to wear a suit to the hearing and any future court appearances at the White House Jon decker FOX new now. No more while Ron's holding in Americans and slash. Year. A state media report says navy veteran Michael white is facing security related allegations. Whites family says he went to a Rhonda's girlfriend Florida needs to find a new secretary of state. The wanna just got the job has resigned a newspaper, the Tallahassee democrat unearth pictures of Florida's secretary of state Michael tell taken that a Halloween party in two thousand five or tell getting blasted on social media for being racist. As those photos show him wearing black face and a t shirt that said Katrina victim or tell was asked for comment by the paper, and his only response was there's nothing I can say or tell was appointed to serve as Florida's top election official just three weeks ago by the new governor run Santa's at a news conference Thursday descente said he didn't want to get mired into kind of psychot- traverses and felt it was just best to accept or tells resignation chill. Nato folks news, Wall Street Dow futures over one hundred points before.
Roger Stone arrested on seven charges including obstruction
"With a witness with ties to Russian intelligence Manafort through his attorneys has denied the allegation Manafort will wear a suit instead of a prison uniform when he goes to court today after a judge yesterday granted his request to wear a suit to the hearing and any future court appearances at the White House Jon decker FOX new now. No more while Ron's holding in Americans and slash. Year. A state media report says navy veteran Michael white is facing security related allegations. Whites family says he went to a Rhonda's girlfriend Florida needs to find a new secretary of state. The wanna just got the job has resigned a newspaper, the Tallahassee democrat unearth pictures of Florida's secretary of state Michael tell taken that a Halloween party in two thousand five or tell getting blasted on social media for being racist. As those photos show him wearing
"ron hold" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"We've got a state Senator kill Seliger. And a pre taped interview it's going to blow your mind, you wanna hear kill Seliger on with some rural aggression and then met dough trae from Lubbock avalanche. Journalists going to follow him coming up about twenty five minutes. From now today, my friends is Martin Luther King day. And. A couple of thoughts on this before we get rolling along here. Martin Luther King. I'm a say to you that we have not made a single gain in civil rights without determine legal in non-violent pressure. Martin Luther King leather from Birmingham jail. Lamentably? It is as Stoorikhel fact that privileged group seldom give up their privileges. Montero early individuals may see the moral white and voluntarily give up their unjust posture. But is Ron hold. Neighbor has reminded us groups tend to be more immoral than individuals. What does that mean when it means is up read almost everything that Ron whole neighbor wrote in his books, moral man, and then world society neighbors postures this? He was a liberal Protestant, which means the mirror miracles in those things are off the slate. But that he believed in original sin. He thought it was the most empirically valid Christian doctrine in that empirical sin exponentially. It's groups why do I start with that number one? It's Martin Luther King day in America. Number two. Senator Tim Lee wrote a what I think is fantastic piece in national review today, and he says in the wake of Tucker Carlson's viral populace manifesto earlier this month, which we covered here on the program. Pop. List in Libertarian-leaning conservatives have been debating the same point king. Raise fifty years ago does economic inequality. Depend on individuals good and bad choices or on the social circumstances in which those individuals make the choices obviously the answer is both. But it's important especially for conservatives to dig into the question, and I could hit the desk right now. Because this is what this program has been preaching. This is the prairie populism that we've been preaching. It's important especially for conservatives dig into the question to many of kings, and now Carlson's critics point to America's free ish market economy and declare that opportunity was and remains wide open to anyone willing to work that it's a little bit more than just personal responsibility that they're greater maximums at work. In. That's why Trump was elected. The thought that there are is always say about farmers forces to big defied alone. And this was this was Tim lease introduction into this piece. You can find it national review. Toward the end of his.
"ron hold" Discussed on KGO 810
"And you out there for part of that question where he I think he's asking people back. Yeah. He wanted to sell rights once they're on our soil was says money Ron hold on because you're. That was the thing is we used to have we used to call that catch and release and that was a policy if you came, and you could just sign paperwork right there guessing printed right there on the spot, and they'll just turn you around put you on a bus and just drop you off. There was no in Mexico. Why don't we do that anymore? President Trump ended up policy that was part of the policy. He ended the catch and release policy with the Deitch memo. They want to know more cash and release. I thought catch-and-release was released into this country. Helix note, it goes both ways that was the big problem. If you catch him, that's where all the all the federal cases started happening of now prosecuting people trying to cross a legally they used to never prosecute all those cases were only prosecute. If you already had a record. And now it's a matter of their prosecuting everybody because there's no more catch and release. I thought it was they released you in to this country. I didn't think they turned you around and put you back in New Mexico, by the way. If you go back to Mexico, and they catch you again just keep coming back to they don't catch you right now. That's that's where the federal laws come in. Right. So basically, there's a federal law that says if you legally enter the country, you can be prosecuted criminally that rule was never really implemented. If you were someone who is previously ordered the deportation then you can be federally prosecuted and criminally prosecuted, then what they did was part of catch and release was. All right. You don't have a record. You don't have anything. Go ahead and sign this voluntary departure. We'll just send you right back to Mexico. We'll just let you go. We'll send you back. Now. It's now the prosecuting anyone who crosses the legally whether they have a record or not and that that kills part of that process. They don't want to send them back. They wanna teach a lesson prosecute and put them in jail. And then send them back that is a complete waste of money. As far as I'm concerned, spending tying up the courts, and everything can you hang on across break here with us. Sure. No problem. Lots of calls coming in Montazeri. He's an immigration attorney. That's leeann tweeden. I'm Dr this midday live, Dr drew. Jio eight ten.
Iran vows 'crushing response' after gunmen kill 29 at army parade
"Iran is promising a crushing response to yesterday's attack on a military parade that left at least twenty five people dead and wounded some sixty more Iran's president says a US-backed country is responsible. Washington denies the charge as NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports. Iranian state media described the shooting attack by four men in vase, the southern Iranian city was one of several locations staging military, parades to Mark the Iran. Iraq war fought for much of the nineteen eighties. Among the victims was a four-year-old boy, it was a relatively rare terrorist attack for Iran in president Hassan. Ruhani quickly blamed the US and its regional allies. The attack was claimed by an Arab separatist group that describes itself as supported by Saudi Arabia. Iran's most powerful regional rival foreign minister mohammad-javad Zarif tweeted that quote, terrorists recruited trained, armed and paid by a foreign regime carried out the attack adding. Poder Ron holds regional terrorist sponsors and their US masters accountable for such attacks. He said Tehran's response would be swift and decisive Iran summoned the fair for the United Arab Emirates following the attack. The Trump administration rejected any Blaine ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley told CNN that Ruhani quote can blame us only once adding that the thing he's got to do is look in the mirror. Look, the United States is not looking to regime change in Iran. We're not looking to do regime change anywhere runs. Revolutionary guard courses it lost a dozen members in the attack and vowed deadly and unforgettable revenge tensions between Iran and the US have been on the rise. Since may when President Trump pulled out of the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement with Iran and announced the reimposition of sanctions the heaviest sanctions seeking to block your runs lucrative oil trade or due to take affect in November. Iran has been working with European signatories to the agreement in hopes of keeping trade going despite the sanctions Russia and China have also vowed to. Keep doing business with