19 Burst results for "S. D. A."

"sda " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 5 d ago

"sda " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is ready to issue an executive order to set election dates to fill the seat left vacant by the late congressman Elsie Hastings. We're gonna do the primary for November 2nd the general election for January 11th. I think that puts qualifying towards the end of the first week of September. Among the people already throwing their head the ring, Broward Commissioner Dale Holness, State Senator Perry Thurston and former Palm Beach County Commissioner Priscilla Taylor. SDA bosses could soon be driving on the shoulder. It's a pilot program involving the Department of Transportation and the Transit Authority and the first of its type in Florida. Here's how it'll work F dot will spend more than $4.5 million to widen and repave the shoulders along I 2 75 from Fifth Avenue to Gandy Boulevard in ST Petersburg. Crews will also add new signs, markings and traffic signals, then of travel speeds drop below 35 miles an hour. The Busses will be able to get on the shoulder to avoid the slower traffic f dot says this will enhance reliable transit travel times between Penelas and Hills World Project is set to begin next month. I'm Reid Shepherd. Shooting death in Polk County over the weekend could be covered by the stand your ground law if you confront people if you scare people if they believe you have a gun if they believe you have a knife They're likely to shoot you if they have one poke share of Grady Judd says 24 year old shooting victim, Felix Colon was following 19 year old Emanuel Herrera and his sister through Lake Alfred Trailer Park when whoever shot him and that Herrera believe Colin was armed. Turns out he wasn't the case has been turned over to the state attorney and the mayor of Montreuil County, has called a special meeting of county commissioners for Wednesday to discuss the governor's rescinding of covert restrictions. Michelle Cold Iron will ask commissioners to consider ending their mask mandate. The meeting is scheduled for nine a.m. with Florida's news I'm Jeremy ST Louis..

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"sda " Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

03:58 min | 6 months ago

"sda " Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"So who took or largely leaning one way that you guys describe this later and later you'll in the other but before we get into that, let's just find out who you are because people may know you back in from a little kind of side hustle project you had a little while ago, but later you're probably more of the unknown. So let's start with you. Who are you? Where are you from? What are you about? Hey, so my name is Linda and I am a former University chaplain. I was from last year university. I spent thirteen years there on campus working with student admissions local Outreach International humanitarian Aid that type of thing. I got to know Emily when I spent a few months over here at the place where she works quite our Ministries getting to again work with individuals internationally sharing about Jesus. And now I am the pastor fax or Outreach associate pastor here at the Vallejo Drive SDA Church in Glendale, California. Awesome. Yeah, so very much Ministry mindset is your kind of career bit chaplaincy or or Church Pastor E type stuff. That's that's where it is. Whether it's nationally or internationally is to sharing right take it as it comes. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. And what about yourself? Tell us who you are where you're from a little bit of your background as well. So no me from the Adventist Millennial podcast, which I did for a while and don't come in my inbox wondering where it is cuz we don't know if it's coming back home made us started up again, but I I'm from Texas and I have a degree in English. I work in marketing and I work for quite our ministry is doing International evangelism type stuff. And yeah, that's the need to know. I'm sorry Advance Millennial has stopped because you don't consider yourself a millennial anymore. Yeah or so last year. Actually, I was traveling a lot for $5 like a lot and it just got to the point where I didn't have the energy to do both because if you listen to that part Broadcast it all, you know that I've very prone to procrastinating and so right during that period where I was just traveling so much. I stopped it and then it just never gotten started again. You just have to pass on me about it. I still I still remember you were it was towards the end of the life of the podcast and I remember that there was like an episode. It was like a really short episode either recorded. It really late at night or really early in the morning and some motel or something like that. And you promised there was there's going to be one last episode of the podcast and another came and got to the point where it was like, well, it's already been such a long time. You do like one year anniversary of not having done any I was like I should like do that one that I promised and then of course because I'm flaky I Didn't Do It Off This is very similar. My wife loves telenovelas. And so there's a telenovela that's a period drama called the Grand Hotel, which was remade as an American drama called the Grand Hotel and it ran for I think for like four seasons as a telenovela and at the end of the first season of the American like the main character got shot. It could have been like three people. It wasn't renewed for season Thursday. Sorry 11..

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"sda " Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"sda " Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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FDA clinical trial failures

Science Magazine Podcast

06:03 min | 7 months ago

FDA clinical trial failures

"Now, we have contributing correspondent Charles, pillar. He wrote an investigative feature on SDA's serious decline in protections for patients and for data integrity. Hi, Charlie Hey Sarah, I'm not sure everyone knows that FDA has oversight of clinical trials. What exactly is this agency's role with respect to human trials? The FDA is vast agency with many responsibilities, and in this case, it has two elements of control over the quality of trials. One is whether patients are properly protected during the trials in also whether the data generated from these trials is reliable in his in keeping with the important goal of the FDA of approving drugs and devices that actually were but as you. Found in your investigation, the FDA enforcement has been light-handed slow moving and secretive. You give us some examples that you found shoddy clinical research practices, poor record-keeping that you came across in your dive into this one example that comes to mind as a organization in Utah that is a contract research organization that does clinical trials on behalf of drug companies. This isn't orgainzation that had enormous problems spanning almost decade problems with informed consent problems associated with conduct, its trials that called into question the integrity of the data in also the safety of volunteers these trials for serious kinds of drugs, end devices, including opiates, antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs, drugs for Alzheimer's and threats and. Other pretty serious ailments. What we found in looking at the FDA evaluations is that there were really serious problems that the agency itself warned the investigators might constitute for scientific misconduct, significant human subjects, protection violations, and perplexingly despite for investigations, the agency never cited this Organization for anything beyond just saying look, you're doing a bad job here. Now, never a warning letter never required any changes in the procedures. It never insisted that the principal investigator change operations in a way that would save our patients and data I just want to emphasize how important it is to protect people involved in clinical trials. Medical Experiments on human beings. and. There's a long history of unsafe practices in the bad old days. There were a lot of abuses of human subjects these days. There are pretty stringent requirements that there be informed consent of the patients who are participating in these trials that there be a very rigorous review of the trial so that these patients are well protected. The FDA looks both that the investigators and the Institutional Review Boards called I IRB's that are responsible for overseeing these experiments and what they often learn is that not just our the investigator's making mistakes or hindering their experiments in a cavalier or unsafe way but also the investigation process the review of that by the IRS. Is often not very adequate in the IRBE's themselves perhaps are run amateurishly or in a way that does not protect. Patients were the quality of the data that's generated by the experience. This is an investigative piece you've spent almost a year gathering information. What kinds of evidence did you collect well to basically every public source of data that the FDA publishes associated with their review of trials in? So that includes summaries in their various databases online. It also includes warning letters, which is when serious mistakes are made. They might warn the investigator or the I. R.. That they've got a problem that needs to be fixed, I also looked at the inspection reports that were available through the freedom of information, act on hundreds of these cases these are pretty difficult to obtain because the reports are only available under the foia in as a result, it can take weeks months sometimes years to get access to them. So what I'm trying To convey here is that this is a very difficult process. The actually lured what happened in the FDA's evaluation of these organizations because oftentimes they do not announce publicly what happened what about the drug companies that hire these institutions to carry out this research when there's really agreed just problems going on the worst case scenario is that a clinical scientist who was doing? These experiments can be disqualified from future research. This is for someone who has broken the rules and such agreed sway that they've endanger patients that they've intentionally submitted false data to the FDA here to the sponsor of the experiment. When that happens, there's no doubt that the companies who sponsored the specific experiments that were found to have been either fraudulent or so badly. Flawed those timed they're informed of it. The problem is that many times even those experimenters their long history of research is just sort of a black box. No one looks back to see him. They made similar egregious errors or conducted experiments that were tainted by fraud.

FDA Investigator Sarah Principal Investigator SDA Charles Alzheimer Charlie Utah Fraud Clinical Scientist Irbe IRS
FDA clinical trial failures

Science Magazine Podcast

06:04 min | 7 months ago

FDA clinical trial failures

"Now, we have contributing correspondent Charles, pillar. He wrote an investigative feature on SDA's serious decline in protections for patients and for data integrity. Hi, Charlie Hey Sarah, I'm not sure everyone knows that FDA has oversight of clinical trials. What exactly is this agency's role with respect to human trials? The FDA is vast agency with many responsibilities, and in this case, it has two elements of control over the quality of trials. One is whether patients are properly protected during the trials in also whether the data generated from these trials is reliable in his in keeping with the important goal of the FDA of approving drugs and devices that actually were but as you. Found in your investigation, the FDA enforcement has been light-handed slow moving and secretive. You give us some examples that you found shoddy clinical research practices, poor record-keeping that you came across in your dive into this one example that comes to mind as a organization in Utah that is a contract research organization that does clinical trials on behalf of drug companies. This isn't orgainzation that had enormous problems spanning almost decade problems with informed consent problems associated with conduct, its trials that called into question the integrity of the data in also the safety of volunteers these trials for serious kinds of drugs, end devices, including opiates, antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs, drugs for Alzheimer's and threats and. Other pretty serious ailments. What we found in looking at the FDA evaluations is that there were really serious problems that the agency itself warned the investigators might constitute for scientific misconduct, significant human subjects, protection violations, and perplexingly despite for investigations, the agency never cited this Organization for anything beyond just saying look, you're doing a bad job here. Now, never a warning letter never required any changes in the procedures. It never insisted that the principal investigator change operations in a way that would save our patients and data I just want to emphasize how important it is to protect people involved in clinical trials. Medical Experiments on human beings. and. There's a long history of unsafe practices in the bad old days. There were a lot of abuses of human subjects these days. There are pretty stringent requirements that there be informed consent of the patients who are participating in these trials that there be a very rigorous review of the trial so that these patients are well protected. The FDA looks both that the investigators and the Institutional Review Boards called I IRB's that are responsible for overseeing these experiments and what they often learn is that not just our the investigator's making mistakes or hindering their experiments in a cavalier or unsafe way but also the investigation process the review of that by the IRS. Is often not very adequate in the IRBE's themselves perhaps are run amateurishly or in a way that does not protect. Patients were the quality of the data that's generated by the experience. This is an investigative piece you've spent almost a year gathering information. What kinds of evidence did you collect well to basically every public source of data that the FDA publishes associated with their review of trials in? So that includes summaries in their various databases online. It also includes warning letters, which is when serious mistakes are made. They might warn the investigator or the I. R.. That they've got a problem that needs to be fixed, I also looked at the inspection reports that were available through the freedom of information, act on hundreds of these cases these are pretty difficult to obtain because the reports are only available under the foia in as a result, it can take weeks months sometimes years to get access to them. So what I'm trying To convey here is that this is a very difficult process. The actually lured what happened in the FDA's evaluation of these organizations because oftentimes they do not announce publicly what happened what about the drug companies that hire these institutions to carry out this research when there's really agreed just problems going on the worst case scenario is that a clinical scientist who was doing? These experiments can be disqualified from future research. This is for someone who has broken the rules and such agreed sway that they've endanger patients that they've intentionally submitted false data to the FDA here to the sponsor of the experiment. When that happens, there's no doubt that the companies who sponsored the specific experiments that were found to have been either fraudulent or so badly. Flawed those timed they're informed of it. The problem is that many times even those experimenters their long history of research is just sort of a black box. No one looks back to see him. They made similar egregious errors or conducted experiments that were tainted by fraud.

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"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Pastor can i? Can I take shower. Oh my goodness like this. This is this child's reality that he has to ask a stranger for a shower and this is the reality. This is the cultural context of community that I'm serving and for this ten year old boy to ask for that and of course yes you don't of course you can take a shower and China. We took him into the back room. So you get the he could pick our underwear and socks and things that we provide as much as we can. That's the biggest donation that we need here. Because you know if you can imagine you can't do laundry very well when you're on the street and then to slip back on the same clothes that she had on before you went in the shower that you'd worn for maybe a couple of days or a week. I mean that's that's terrible. I'm so oh happy that so. Many generous people have been keeping US supplied with those undergarments. But the boy he's like I. There's there's never ever any of my size But then there were some in the size in his very happy of some underwear and then he went took a shower and I just like we were able to to give this this boy and his father. This space where they could spend time and I mean. It's very different than the way I spent time with my father going up but I mean this was better than what the father could have offered Without US and I. I don't know that I just moment is being green to my mind. Think about that thing about how you spend time with your parents when you were a child. It's difficult to hear but as reality polity and has a reality that we need to start engaging with. Here's another story from the team at. There's so many stories it's hard to just one Like this story really jumps out for me is I live not too far away from the church and I also walk in fourth between my house and the Church And I started to notice on my walk this van and I could tell that there was a girl and her dog living in the van and she was pretty shy. She's a little bit mentally delay. Dense It was a little skittish around people but something She needs you need some services so ice slipped a note on her car and just said Hey I noticed I know. You're Kinda Cheyenne you. You seem to close your door when people go by Able to really know that you're staying in your band but I said I I am kind of watched for these things that I I noticed that you're staying in your fan and I happen to work at a church not far away where you can get services and I don't know if you have access to them so please feel free to come And feud she showed up once and then I think after that she actually the next time she showed up. I think she showed up with author van on the back of a tow truck and we found out later that her van actually had stopped working And she was sitting. Hang on the side of the street living in it from week to week we have street cleaning here in La so on one one day of the week near side of the street right. Everyone has to move off that side and her van had been broken as she was going by grace every week. Hoping that the same Parking working enforcement officer would be in that neighborhood and not told her vehicle because that was the only thing she had so when she found a little bit of hope with with a shower she gene without asking. She just brought her van here because we were the only hope that she And it seemed like the best bedding also through that we had a relationship with her and wish to work with her and then we had a probe have a program that we work with social insurance from CAL state L. A. and the first year that we had the program they insurance came in they were able to work with her in the course of the school will year. They were able to take her from living in her van to being house at the end of the school year. And if you know anything about the housing process that's pretty incredible. Because because she hadn't been enrolled in anything prior to that and then to go in nine months or six to nine month period area to go from being living her vehicle to being housed is really incredibly quick fast track to get into housing inside the that was a really being pushed us to see that happen. And it was a hard transition for two She she but she had support which she didn't have to do a long. ooh And I'm really happy that we get it for and I'm really happy to this. Church is truly exemplifying what Jesus would have done with the lease of these and I hope that your church is able to do it. I hope that this podcast is prompting you to go help not only because the holiday season but because that's what Jesus this wants us to do then you're listening to ABC enthusiasm. Here's a final word and have a happy thanksgiving. Remember the lease of these. Yeah I want I want people that come here on a number of people that have come here. This is their first exposure to absenteeism and in and they get to know us and I remember one when lady saying she was talking to her mom on the phone and she goes you know I I've been starting to come into an adventure adventured and hormone says wild with his issues. Neither do I but if this is who they are yeah I know I am one. And so that was that was great She had that perspective of our community..

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"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"But here's a story ready for our last segment from Andrew and Brandon. Yeah I I remember just not necessarily talking him up the the the church aspect month of the just the ministry itself there was a a man that would bring his son and his son was housed but he he got to spend time with him but how he spent time with Zeke bring him ear to when we had a drop in space space and his son might have been I think at the time ten or so and we connected a bit. Ask this this story but When when the story happened I think I'd met met the The Sunday twice in the father a few more times than that and and the sun came up to me and said pastor can i? Can I take shower. Oh my goodness like this. This is this child's reality that he has to ask a stranger for a shower and this is the reality. This is the cultural context of community that I'm serving and for this ten year old boy to ask for that and of course yes you don't of course you can take a shower and China. We took him into the back room. So you get the he could pick our underwear and socks and things that we provide as much as we can. That's the biggest donation that we need here. Because you know if you can imagine you can't do laundry very well when you're on the street and then to slip back on the same clothes that she had on before you went in the shower that you'd worn for maybe a couple of days or a week. I mean that's that's terrible. I'm so oh happy that so. Many generous people have been keeping US supplied with those undergarments. But the boy he's like I. There's there's never ever any of my size But then there were some in the size in his very happy of some underwear and then he went took a shower and I just like we were able to to give this this boy and his father. This space where they could spend time and I mean. It's very different than the way I spent time with my father going up but I mean this was better than what the father could have offered Without US and I. I don't know that I just moment is being green to my mind. Think about that thing about how you spend time with your parents when you were a child. It's difficult to hear but as reality polity and has a reality that we need to start engaging with. Here's another story from the team at. There's so many stories it's hard to just one Like this story really jumps out for me is I live not too far away from the church and I also walk in fourth between my house and the Church And I started to notice on my walk this van and I could tell that there was a url. Her Dog living in the van and she was pretty shy. She's a little bit mentally. Delay Dense. it was a little skittish around people but something She needs you need some services so ice slipped a note on her car and just said Hey I noticed I know. You're Kinda Cheyenne you. You seem to close your door when people go by Able to really know that you're staying in your band but I said I I am kind of watched for these things that I I noticed that you're staying in your fan and I happen to work at a church not far away where you can get services and I don't know if you have access to them so please feel free to come And she showed up once and then I think after that she actually the next time she showed up I think she showed up with author van on the back of a tow truck and we found out later that her van actually had stopped working And she was sitting. Hang on the side of the street living in it from week to week we have street cleaning here in La so on one one day of the week near side of the street right. Everyone has to move off that side and her van had been broken as she was going by grace every week. Hoping that the same Parking working enforcement officer would be in that neighborhood and not told her vehicle because that was the only thing she had so when she found a little bit of hope with with a shower she gene without asking. She just brought her van here because we were the only hope that she And it seemed like the best bedding also through that we had a relationship with her and wish to work with her and then we had a probe have a program that we work with social insurance from CAL state L. A. and the first year that we had the program they insurance came in they were able to work with her in the course of the school will year. They were able to take her from living in her van to being house at the end of the school year. And if you know anything about the housing process that's pretty incredible. Because because she hadn't been enrolled in anything prior to that and then to go in nine months or six to nine month period area to go from being living her vehicle to being housed is really incredibly quick fast track to get into housing inside the that was a really being pushed us to see that happen. And it was a hard transition for two She she but she had support which she didn't have to do a long. ooh And I'm really happy that we get it for and I'm really happy to this. Church is truly exemplifying what Jesus would have done with the lease of these and I hope that your church is able to do it. I hope that this podcast is prompting you to go help not only because the holiday season but because that's what Jesus this wants us to do then you're listening to is divided into them. Here's a final word and have a happy thanksgiving. Remember the lease of these. Yeah I want I want people that come here on a number of people that have come here. This is their first exposure to absenteeism and in and they get to know us and I remember one when lady saying she was talking to her mom on the phone and she goes you know I a starting to come into an adventure. The adventure and hormone says wild with that was neither do I but if this is who they are yeah I know I am one. And so that was that was great She had that perspective of our community..

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"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"sda " Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Our sweet corn tortillas usually cert- with fresh cheese called Cueva and a strong dark coffee next to it. We left that place and to around in the capital one last time went to the mall. Purchase some local delicacies and enjoy the afternoon until the time came to my flight to Los Angeles International Airport Board otherwise known as one of the worst airports in the world. I did not know that time. We had a layover in El Salvador. was around six. PM when we left. Managua arriving after the layover at ten PM in Los Angeles International I was excited to see the United States for the second time in my life had come really early when I was around five or six years old I imagine the big buildings clean streets prosperous neighborhoods and an otherwise perfect perfect life the American dream at last I was wearing a blue hoodie which I wore for probably the next year and I enjoy we that day. Here's what I did not know the project we've been working on has been the a shower program for people on the street that are able to come in and clean and I know it's not a conventional ministry for a church typically you you know when you think of working with people that are homeless. Wait a second homeless people in the United States. That's the first thing that shocked me when when I came. That was the voice of Brandon Stoltze. He's GonNa continue telling us what's this project that they're doing at the Hollywood as the church. you think maybe like a soup kitchen. MM sandwiches You know some sort of food items or ORCAS or some sort of You know clothing needs that people people have but what we found was that showers. We're the biggest need an andrew released really the one that started this sender firming director of operations at Hollywood About seven years and one thing when I started here I was from the Midwest and hadn't really experienced a lot of homelessness in suburban environment. We would such not something something we saw so when I moved here it was kind of a rude awakening on Sunday started making connections with a few people around the church and and would sit down on the sidewalk. Talk about what their needs are and they were there needs for food and some of their other needs were fairly easily or them divined accessible services one thing they couldn't find in the Hollywood area showers and at the time fine. We had two shower rooms in our worship center update we. We weren't really using dressing rooms for on performances Sir after baptisms and we weren't really utilizing them for anything so I got the idea that it's really hard to access or snow. Care the resources in the area. Why don't we put these showers to us? And so that's Kinda worth thinks got started with just a couple of people on the sidewalk in the church and showers that we had in our building. A church turned community center. Man That's great as Brandon said in the beginning a lot of churches do the holiday season especially a lot of charity work. And there's nothing wrong with that. They go they prepare meals. They give it to the homeless but it seems that it's only throughout the holiday season season so the charity fades away is not the spirit of sacrifice that Christ tries to give us. This church is doing something different and I applaud them for that. Let's continue with Brandon and how they operate right now and how they have changed to serve the needs of the community in which they are we. We used to run different a different system altogether. It was kind of like a drop in center. You know you can come. Put Your name on the list in your name would be called. People ended up having to wait around all day with when when you're waiting all day for a shower you can't go out you know Handle personal things or or do anything else really so an end and because there was a an issue with you know just interpersonal conflict And we didn't. We couldn't be there to supervise constantly. So Andrew came up with a text in service. Where people can they can call texts email or go online and sign up for an appointment yes ece with operating under a day shelter model which is what we had initially started out doing? It started out with just a couple of people but very quickly grew through. We never did any advertising all word of mouth people sharing their friends but that that group pretty quickly and we had thirty or forty people showing up every day aid and we would have them in our church lobby they would put their name on a paper lists and then have to wait until their name called. Sometimes that might not be. They'd have to wait in entire day in We call it ended the day. We always knew that wasn't the best best motive operation and then with the interpersonal interpersonal conflicts. That happened with getting forty people in a small space and they may not necessarily care for each other and so we look at how we can do things better and we modeled our what. We knew currently off of working off model like a spa so we have an online booking system. A lot of people have access to on smart phones through the lifeline. Phone program so they can go use their data to connect to our website and be able to book their appointment otherwise we also allow people to walk into our office and schedule or to call or text of number and they will to schedule an appointment and then they can come in at that time and get right into the shower room so they're not wasting their day waiting for for juicy get in essential service an essential service indeed. How would you like to go to church urge to school to work without a shower? Now think about it when you don't have access to shower so the church is doing is really essential when we get back. We learn a little bit more about the population that they're serving and how they're integrating him in church and how people are reacting to all of the services of to the churches providing thank you for listening to Adam Fizeau. We'll be right back. You have an idea you. I want to tell it to the world but you don't know where to start that's where anchor calms. They have the tools for you to edit produce and record your idea right from.

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"sda " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"sda " Discussed on KTOK

"It does not have to be the official SDA class. It can be intro to gun handling class. And this will take some of the wind out of the opposition sales. And you could let someone who sells carry insurance. The wise known as I just busted a cap. Insurance speak for a few minutes at the training win win. Leslie, there are several companies already in town that do the insurance that you just described and the thing is that most. In fact, I got some more opposition here that was sent to me. This is a letter to the editor from Jimmy who says Lee here we go. Again, we have a statewide opioid problem. So let's legalize marijuana makes sense doesn't it? And while the federal government tries to tighten regulations to acquire guns. Oklahoma legislators vote to let any Yahoo. Who thinks he's dirty Harry? Carey a gun without training on laws concerning usage of the weapon or a licensed to test. He knows how to handle it. There will be a lot of bystanders wounded and killed by these idiots and the shooter's will learn the law while standing before a judge being tried as a felon. Thanks Representative John Eccles and Kevin west and Senator Nathan Dahm. Jimmy, you're you're wrong. First of all there are fourteen other states that have the same legislation, and they don't have people killing each other. They don't have the wild west mentality. Everybody keeps talking about. And I brought this up yesterday. The second amendment seems to be the only amendment that everybody wraps themselves in bubble wrap about. It's everybody when talking about the second amendment. Has some sort of safety issue. We got it. We have to have licensing for a safety. It's public safety concern. That's what it is. Yeah. No, it's not. You should not have to pay or petition the government for a right? That is already yours. Now, I'm very sorry. That those on the left do not like guns are scared of guns and have a deep down. I don't know either hatred or fear of it. But it is a it is a right. That is spelled out in the constitution. Big number two. And I brought this up yesterday. I'm curious or a lot of people want to curb your first amendment rights, but they're not using safety is one of the issues. Yeah. I realized a lot of people hate speech legislation. It's hate speech is one of those one of those infringements of the first amendment. If you ask me. He said something hateful. We need a log and saying things hateful. Oh, you have freedom to say things. Have you don't have a freedom from speech yet? Here's what you hear from the left. You don't hear from the left? Well, we need to ban hate speech because it's not safe. No. You don't hear that? You here we need to ban hate speech because it hurts people's feelings. But you don't hear..

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"sda " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The children of karaka sda primary school on the outskirts of the ganden capital kampala this list number one what are we going just ten years old then learning how to spot unreliable medical claims a useful skillet or country would dodgy medicines are routinely pedaled the key teaching tool is not elaborately illustrated textbook written in the style of a comic it features several recurring characters john and julie the protagonists professor compare and professor who explain what is considered as a credible plane and what isn't and kazuko a troublemaking parrot he repeats everything he he is a sort of avian room among the kids all love zuqiu in the story being taught in front of me john gets a burn and is told that caradon will help heal it drako sti is one of one hundred twenty schools which took part in this huge randomized trial involving ten thousand children is the first of its kind anywhere in the world to see if children could be taught how to evaluate claims and children pick up on this message with comfortable of clarity elizabeth who's nine gave me an example of how she could claim she his all around her neck has just announced and radio yet the person who announced it just wanted to get money many people try to sell medicines and they say it'll cure you yes they do in order to get that's useful to be able to ask whether it really works useful indeed these critical thinking skills can save lives allen sandy is a researcher mccarey university college of health sciences these a lot of news in the pay has on the radio these a lot of things that have being saved on loudspeakers in the road with our health systems people are able to walk into a pharmacy and get anything that they can come across their people that were applying medicines that are used for treatment of animals to treat certain conditions if people aren't able to critically think through these decisions then we're in a situation where some lives could even be lost so how's.

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"sda " Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Love your breaking news station i'm literally molding break the white house says mexico canada and other countries may be exempted from president trump's steel and aluminum tariffs white house press secretary sarah sanders as of right now we're moving fully ahead in anything that would change will be done so on a national security basis white house just days ago said there would be no exceptions to trump's plan to put in place 25 percent tariffs on imported steel and ten percent on aluminum a new study says it's okay for kids to get more than one vaccine at a time the study from kaiser permanente showed that kids who got multiple vaccines at once were no more likely to get infections than kids who got fewer shots or had them spaced out over multiple doctor's visits the study refutes the belief by some in something called vaccine over load the report appeared in the journal of the american medical association and said they hoped the findings will reassure parents about the safety of the vaccine scheduled recommended by doctors i'm john stolnis silicon lee county a man convicted in a double fatality drunk driving crash has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison authorities say elijah king was driving drunk on state road one eighteen of gallup last may what is vehicle rolled over killing two adults passengers and seriously injuring three children in the vehicle king pled guilty to be hit a homicide a child abuse resulting in great bodily harm a northern to mexico man is arrested for his sixth dwi after allegedly ramming a state police car tuesday authorities got reports of a suspected drunk driver on i 25 and the white pickup was spotted pulling into the lava hotter rest area south of santa fe the state police officer stopped the pick up but before the officer could get out of her vehicle the driver sixty eight year old sixty year old alex v hill of rancho sda towels purposely slammed into the police car in addition the dwi veal is charged with aggravated battery on a peace officer and resisting or evading an officer.

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"sda " Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on Mafia

"Sda chief investigator joe ponzi explains the gambino soon set a trap for castro castro wall had made an appointment to meet an associate of his for discussion about some stolen treasury bills but in fact he had been set up and uh to cause arrived on the scene while he was sitting in his own car eating an ice cream and um shots erupted he was hit twice on he was able to crawl out of the core and go into a local restaurant the golden ox restaurant and secrete himself in the freezer in the basement of that uh location until such time as the the hit team uh dispersed from the area castle was determined to track down his wouldbe assassins castle he was out of his mind would region anger and was willing to do anything uh to exact revenge on the individuals who were responsible for that attempt on his life he contacted inau old acquaintance for help burt kaplan a smalltime criminal with connections in all sorts of places including the new york police department kaplan introduced castro to to new york detectives stephen cara kappa and lewis epa lido di hev investigator joe ponzi new both cops a new uh detected up a little better than i knew detective cara kappel only because detective car kappel was for tightlipped to avert buttoneddown ferrying mysterious almost the in in some way louis was much more gregarious much more flamboyant always telling stories always telling jokes always had an audience around them um i knew that early on in his career there were allegations that he uh passed information over to a wise guy but he had been charged departmental lee not criminally and by he was exonerated so as far as i was concerned it was probably just because he had wise guys in his family an and um and may be nothing more than that um i had no reason to believe that either one of them were capable of anything like this but kaplan near that cara cop by an epa lido were willing to moonlight for the mob and as luck would have it epa lido worked in the very precinct where the attempt on castro's life had taken place.

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"sda " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Am seven sixty kfmb news of their tomorrow at promises to be a memorable new year's eve in many parts of the country if only for the fact that it's going to be very kohl's maybe even recordsetting in some places this roman in wisconsin says she enjoys the cold weather but this kinda cold weather is a real task steven for people like her think we are asking face them cold weather a little too much catching up with us now fat i live in this conference idea let it dennis johnson with the coney island polar bear club says his group will go ahead with the planned deep in the atlantic tomorrow quoted so mean swim every day from on november through april and we've never kim told a whim due to the cold weather and the colder get more people enjoying described it of ball it cold now bad folks who gather in science where for new year's eve will be tested by extreme cold possibly the coldest new year's the ball dropped since 1917 the freezing weather extends even into the deep south cbs news update i'm sam litzinger yeah now from the studios of you they'd why local then he goes talking and breaking news news this is am seven sixty new details about imperial peach official killed in mexico i'm cheat again that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty and imperial beach city official was shot and killed in mexico on thursday dug bradley who resided in playa sda tijuana was killed after being chased by gunmen in the resort.

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"sda " Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"You i know you know you sda barvest progress report came out yesterday where eighty percent on on corn which is right at two weeks behind schedule and in i think were 26 percent on beans and that's that's by week behind schedule so we're definitely experiencing delays because of this weather but you know looks like this week i think we're going to get to dry out a little bit maybe into the weekend have some more rain but uh you know guys will be go on hard when they can yeah you know we waited all summer for rain and and now we finally get it we get it seems like every three days right but i i will say that uh with the uh these hybrids the tech and wait wait wait for water they also seemed to be able to shed moisture pretty quick as well as seems to be in you know that again at lateseason moisture at some folks got there waiting for seems to the park things backup yeah again will always be curious to see how those yields actually pan out on interested here today to see what we see in and you know i know that the as those numbers role in it'll tell that story what we're gonna get out in field here but let's do samah coffee shop but talk with a little bit talk about cambe what do you know no wi different from when we talk to you last yeah really again waiting for that the full picture to come into view in debulik we've talked about the past and like we just talked about with yields you know one of the big questions i think is what did we see from a yield standpoint in fields that had evidence of a day cambe adrift incident uh again now is it it does tell us of a more that picture not that that's okay it you know even if you had no yield impact it's we still need to do better in terms of keeping product where it's where it's applied uh i think uh you know we we know that we can do something stregic eishin in outreach this winter with the applicator let's one thing that will happen regardless of what what happens with epa or.

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"sda " Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"You i know you know you sda barvest progress report came out yesterday where eighty percent on on corn which is right at two weeks behind schedule and in i think were 26 percent on beans and that's that's by week behind schedule so we're definitely experiencing delays because of this weather but you know looks like this week i think we're going to get to dry out a little bit maybe into the weekend have some more rain but uh you know guys will be go on hard when they can yeah you know we waited all summer for rain and and now we finally get it we get it seems like every three days right but i i will say that uh with the uh these hybrids the tech and wait wait wait for water they also seemed to be able to shed moisture pretty quick as well as seems to be in you know that again at lateseason moisture at some folks got there waiting for seems to the park things backup yeah again will always be curious to see how those yields actually pan out on interested here today to see what we see in and you know i know that the as those numbers role in it'll tell that story what we're gonna get out in field here but let's do samah coffee shop but talk with a little bit talk about cambe what do you know no wi different from when we talk to you last yeah really again waiting for that the full picture to come into view in debulik we've talked about the past and like we just talked about with yields you know one of the big questions i think is what did we see from a yield standpoint in fields that had evidence of a day cambe adrift incident uh again now is it it does tell us of a more that picture not that that's okay it you know even if you had no yield impact it's we still need to do better in terms of keeping product where it's where it's applied uh i think uh you know we we know that we can do something stregic eishin in outreach this winter with the applicator let's one thing that will happen regardless.

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"sda " Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sda " Discussed on WTMA

"At the scene neighbor shocked by the news some even describing him as a gentle giant britain recognised stephen paddock check to end of the mandalay bay last wednesday and it was on sunday the third day of the route ninety one harvest festival and the last song of when he carried out his plans president trump will visit las vegas tomorrow today he'll be in puerto rico to see hurricane maria sda struck shen president donald trump has called the aftermath of hurricane maria an impossible situation for puerto rico bridges are down to the telecommunications was nonexistent and it's and very very vigilant the electrical grid as you know was totally destroyed but he repeatedly emphasizes what he calls an amazing amount of progress over a short period of time not everyone has been quite so impressed the mayor of san juan criticized the federal relief effort last week trump responding via twitter directing his own string of criticism at the mayor i'm andrew spencer there'll be congressional testimony about some financial misdoings in prepared remarks the former ceo of that will facts will testify about homeland security warnings that its credit reporting site was not secure and about ecwa faxes failure to fix that resulting in a security breach affecting about one hundred forty five million americans and wells fargo c o tim sloan will explain why his bank opened up millions of fake accounts in customers names without their permission water enroll hall of famer tom petty has died at the age of sixty six the lead singer of tom petty of the heartbreakers was found unconscious after suffering cardiac arrest i'm evident for p one fifty two fifty ga p one fifty ny p one fifty ok p one fifty tnc two fifty ac two fifty ec two.

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"sda " Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"sda " Discussed on KELO

"Spa steer fox news eric trump like his father says the news media is unfair in its coverage of the president or things for us all yes do i think washington is a lot more corrupt wound and most americans think absolutely no question about it he and his wife sat down with fox's sean hannity says he thinks obamacare will be repealed my father cares tremendous lee about repealing obamacare because this disaster he says republicans in congress have to step up to get healthcare done balancing the environment and the economy and new plan to protect the sage growth and economic development the interior departments announced the new strategy to allow mining and logging and other prohibited activity in places where those ground dwelling burn woods live it affects eleven states in the west were the old berl nubby more flexibility to work with the federal government to protect the birds habitat without shutting everything down around it there's word gugel has fired an engineer who wrote a 10page memo critical of the company's culture the memo was internal but once leaked it went viral igniting a firestorm across the tech industry in it the gugel employee rails against the company's diversity policies arguing biological differences play a role in the shortage of women in tech and leadership the engineer identified as jane sda more emailed bloomberg to say he was fired for quote perpetuating gender stereotypes google won't confirm the firing but in an earlier statement to employees google ceos sinndar pinch i said the employee crossed the line and violated the company's code of conduct carmen roberts fox news a group of hackers posting more stuff stolen from hbo online including would appear to be game.

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"sda " Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"sda " Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"All the different groups within google cloud the pm's the engineering the operational sda town to sales support itself and through those providing technical advisory product the influence and assistance would operation so for example is ducasse mention deals a massive amount of usage uh when they kickoff those uh workloads as well we have teams be behind that are kinda watching it and look in making sure everything works a properly in is it should be and through our relationship with with lucas myself in engineering we are always going to make sure that these things are a ticking away like they should be that's one example send nine curious about how are di friend or a similar to cieri skeleton a reliably leans in here yeah that's a fair question of very good one i i guess the main differences that we have an account wide relationship that he's continuous and constant i'm always going to be there even there's going to be one or more syrian gauge there's always going to be a ski that oversees the technical aspect of the relationship between road institute in google so no matter what anything that has to be with technical aspect of those relationship the skis going to be involved and make sure everything is moving in the right direction in dozen gorth ognall so you there are going to be multiple engagement that are in technical nature through series through professional services organizations uh but as a ski uh as uh the.

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"sda " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"sda " Discussed on WTVN

"He was protected by the washington post the man had sex with a 17yearold in turn the man had sex with an east german spy that man had sex with the girlfriend of a mobster and i could go on and on yes i could but you're not allowed to you can't talk about that stuff lyndon johnson becomes a multimillionaire somehow some way he gets tv and radio licenses that man was dirt poor when he was elected to congress he leaves the presidency exceedingly rich how did that happen while i don't know the you bill clinton so poor when he was governor he he put on his tax former a deduction for used underwear he's now worth one hundred million dollars al gore worth one hundred fifty million dollars these men never produced a damn thing in every created a damn thing they left the presidency and the vice presidency and they sold out just like obama sda there is no scandal in this meeting ladies and gentlemen as they continue to drag it on and on there is no scandal ladies and gentlemen none none but ladies and gentlemen look what's taking place look at the distraction it is embarrassing embarrassing that have to come behind this microphone five days a week and talk about this crap as the country unravels as the murder rate in chicago goes through the roof is the murder rate and baltimore goes through the roof this is a country in deep trouble and let me tell you something i don't believe were in deep trouble because of you the american people i believe we are in deep trouble because the.

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