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Pastor John Hagee Remembers the Time Rabbi Arnold Scheinberg Came to Him
"You were telling us about this gentleman who came into your office. Rabbi Arnold Sheinberg was his name. Uh, I had never met him. He is a rabbi from New York came to San Antonio. And he walked into my office with a beautiful optimistic approach, uh, to his fellow man and his deep and abiding passion for the Torah that made him an individual that you could not help But love over 40 years ago, rabbi made An exceptionally courageous decision to encourage the Jewish community of San Antonio to extend trust to a gentile Christian pastor desiring to support Israel. While the rest of the communities was concerned without rabbi there would never have been a night to honor Israel. And that night, two on original lead to a second, and they began to spread across America and the year 2000 and six when I'm within a job started talking about Uh, Israel being a one bomb nation. I told the rabbi we need to form a national organization of Christians in every state and every city by voters own And we are going to create a national organization that has the strength to help Israel and the Jewish people, he said. Immediately. We can do this without Rabbi, they would never have been a night gonna raise real the first time in 1981. Neither would there have been a Christians united for Israel that happened started in 2000 and six and the and the landscape of the modern relationship in Christians and Jews in America would never have been transformed. Rabbi Schoenberg was my best friend in the ministry that I've ever had.
Fresh update on "san antonio" discussed on Joe Pags
"I attorneys for San Antonio cop killer Otis McCain have wrapped up their case. Closing arguments in the sentencing phase start tomorrow morning. And McCain murder Detective Benjamin Marconi in 2016, shooting him several times in the head. It was upset over a child custody dispute. City murdered the first officer he saw and the D A, is seeking the death penalty. Major drug bust in San Antonio involves more than a million dollars worth of the deadly opioid fentanyl, a bear county sheriff heavier, Salazar says This was the biggest fentanyl seizures in San Antonio history. It's quite an exciting fine for us, but at the same time, it's kind of a scary find. Salazar says. The pills were disguised as oxycodone, and the dosage was deadly. Francisco or these is facing federal drug charges. He was busted by a task force that stormed the San Antonio hotel last night. Governor Greg Abbott's ordered another special session. He formally announced the plan today, saying the session starts August the seventh. He wants the Texas House and Senate to pass bill reform, election integrity, Social media regulations, legislative funding and border security Legislature. He also added public school covid regulations, a ban on transgender athletes, property tax relief and a bill related legislative Corum requirements. And the Texas House has been at a standstill after Democrats fled to D. C to prevent floating voting on the election. Integrity Bill, Texas Public health leaders are pleading with the governor to allow school districts to put in place mask mandates to prevent the spread of covid during the school year. Dr. Jeffrey Stark at Texas Children's Hospital says there's a nationwide trend showing kids are getting sick in record numbers. Last week alone. There were 72,000 Children diagnosed, which was an 85% increase. So we are already in the middle of the vast surge of infections. He's as we know from the last school year that when kids cover their faces, the spread of Covid in schools are small. San Antonio man is facing charges after he suspected of sexually assaulting two child runaways. Castle Hills Police took 38 year old Jason Dwayne Clouser into custody Wednesday afternoon after they received a call from the mother of the runaways asking for a welfare check at the location. Police arrived. They found the Children a brother and sister with Clouser and signs that they had been.
Hector Rodriguez on What Inspired Him to Create El Peso Hero
"I. Am the creator of the graphic novel lattes next series as best so hero hours raised in the border so specifically i was raised in eagle pass texas. Which is about two hours away from san antonio in the sister city of being that us negative. While we la norfolk mexico. The border is a whole different world. It's rage between cultures languages food and growing up. I had a huge appetite for mexican entertainment media. And so i used to watch a lot of lucia di team flask staticky of when the yolk when the letter mccain and my grandparents loved the golden age of mexican cinema. Aw and so. Those characters are greater than life. And i had that influence. My father was also huge geek himself with being raised by watching. You know the old scores star trek. And you know reading captain herkus upturn rock and so i had these two worlds and i was just fascinated with these greater than life characters by you know. The american characters never really spoke to me. You know i like. I like to get around you know. When was the last time you saw batman eat bananas. You know or superman eat bundled say a spider meeting poly no of of course it wasn't until By ninety late ninety one eighty two. We moved to middle of texas college station which to me was a huge culture shock going from a majority latino classroom bilingual classroom to a general ed monolingual classroom but really cool thing about college station that they actually had independent comic bookstores. And so my dad would take me and my siblings to pick up comic books.
Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge
"The judge says the air force's mostly at fault in a twenty seventeen Texas church attack a federal judge has ruled that the U. S. Air Force is largely responsible for a former servicemen killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in twenty seventeen US district judge in San Antonio ruled that the Air Force was sixty percent responsible for the attack at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs because it failed to submit Devin Kelley's criminal history into a database that should have prevented the government from purchasing the weapon used in the attack Kelly served nearly five years in the airforce before being discharged in twenty fourteen for bad conduct the attack remains the worst mass shooting in Texas history I Walter Ratliff
Boston Celtics Finalizing Coaching Deal With Brooklyn Nets' Ime Udoka, Sources Say
"That the Boston Celtics are set to hire Brooklyn Nets assistant coach email dokka as head coach for the formal announcement expected as early as tomorrow. 43 year old spent seven years under Gregg Popovich and San Antonio before moving on to the Philadelphia 76 ers for two seasons before heading to Brooklyn this year on Dan
The Influencer Marketing Advantage
"Raya sharma ashra. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure brian. How're you doing. I'm great i'm great. You know it's funny. This is the first podcast that have recorded in the new space. Since i've moved from austin and san antonio i knowing myself prerecorded so many podcasts. That half the things people are listening to our months old and i feel bad. But we've were starting to catch up and we're starting to do this so this will be you know only month and a half old by the time it goes up but i'm so excited to be talking to you in this new space and so sh- raya i give give people a little bit about your background like i personally love what you do at inside podcasting and that's how we first connected but there's so much more to you than that so i'd love to pass it over to you. Sweden all right. So i am speaking to you from vancouver canada today. Which in my humble opinion is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Hope you can visit someday. I was raised in. Dubai was born in bread. By and then i would not do my engineering. Which recently found out hilarious went on to do. My engineering in india quickly discovered that engineering was not for me and did my mba in sydney. I know this is like me flexing. How much i've traveled and i've earned it and then i worked in event marketing in singapore where i did a lot of cold calling in going to events and selling things that was fun. We got out of my comfort zone really quick with that job and then i moved to vancouver in twenty seventeen eighteen. I think and i have been working as a marketer for awhile. Now my day job as i call it is a marketing director. I mean to start up. So i'm the marketing team At an ultimate frisbee organization my team. When they listen to this. We'll ask me why didn't refer to myself as the marketing overlord. Because that's what they like to call me and then as you mentioned right inside podcasting as well which is I don't know if i should say right. But both right in hewett inside podcasting which is a collection of news that happens in the podcasting world sometimes offer my opinions here and there
A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats
"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the
Texas Six Flags Roller Coaster Stops Mid-Ride, 20 Riders Rescued
"People had to be rescued from a roller coaster that stopped in the middle of a ride at the six Flags Fiesta Texas theme park in San Antonio.
Suns rout short-handed Spurs 140-103, keep hope for top seed
"The sun still have a chance to claim the top seed in the Western Conference following their one forty one oh three blowout win over the spurs Devin Booker dropped in twenty seven points for the sons who never trailed and led by as many as forty two McHale bridges had eighteen points in twenty six minutes Chris Paul added sixteen points and ten assists in just twenty five minutes the sons are one game behind the conference leading jazz with one game remaining for both clubs and Phoenix holds the tiebreaker the sons will take the top seed with a win at San Antonio and Utah loss to Sacramento both games on Sunday I'm Dave Ferrie
Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93
"Boy about Donovan scored twenty two points in the jazz age closer to the top seed in the west by whipping the founder one oh nine ninety three Jordan Clarkson scored eighteen points Rudy go bear had sixteen with eighteen rebounds in Utah's first win in three games go bear had nine points and eleven rebounds for the jazz built a sixty one forty seven lead at intermission all star guard Mike Conley chipped in ten points in sixteen minutes as he returned after missing nine games with a right hamstring injury you talking clinch the top seed with a win at Sacramento on Sunday or a loss by Phoenix against San Antonio either Saturday or Sunday I'm the ferry
Embiid, Sixers Escape Short-Handed Spurs in OT, 113-111
"The seventy Sixers have taken over the top seed in the Eastern Conference I have game ahead of Brooklyn Ben Simmons chipped in the game winner often missed by Jo Ellan beat as time expired in overtime giving Philadelphia a one thirteen one eleven triumph over the spurs and San Antonio and beat had thirty four points and twelve rebounds for the Sixers who blew a seventeen point lead before earning their fourth straight win Steph curry scored twenty two points and Dwight Howard added fourteen as the Sixers handed the spurs third third straight loss I'm Dave Ferrie
Celtics Rally From 32-Point Deficit, Top Spurs 143-140 in OT
"Larry Bird now has company at the top of the Celtics record books after Jayson Tatum matched his franchise record up sixty points as Boston completed an improbable thirty two point come back to beat the spurs one forty three to one forty in O. T. the twenty three year old Tatum matched bird sixty point performance on March twelfth nineteen eighty five against Atlanta with his second of two made free throws with four point two seconds remaining Boston trailed sixty nine to thirty seven late in the first half before outscoring San Antonio by thirty five the rest of the way I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Two Dead, One Officer Wounded in San Antonio Shooting
"Following an officer involved shooting in San Antonio Chief William McManus. The driver, pulled a gun and started firing at the officer. The officer was hit in the hand on my understanding is once in the radio is on the radio as well. He retreated backward. The officer returned fire, killing two suspects and wounding a third, The S and
San Antonio police shoot, kill gunman at airport terminal
"Up the wrong way in a San Antonio international airport. Until Thursday afternoon. When we had there was the start of an active shooter situation, Antonio Police chief Willie McManus said. The man shot at police at the baggage claim area and around the terminal road. The park police officer who was working overtime at the airport, shot the man killing him. I had goes off to the to the officer who stopped him, McManus said. This man is believed to be the same man who was fire a gun from a top of Highway flyover ramp in northern San Antonio earlier in the day. In the end, only one person died that being the gunman In this fully ABC News SAN Antonio The mind an administration is hitting Russia with
Confessions of a Former Tax Auditor
"You are an auditor in the nineties. I was you look so friendly. I in my mind scared to death durkin. that's a perception right. I mean and i tell you when. I showed up to audit somebody. There were either friendly or they were very scared to your point. You know and i was told many times that i had a friendly face and i came across. You know somebody that wanted to help rather than being there to punish or do something drastic with them. Yes totally you're changing my entire perception of auditors. Right now those awesome. that's great. So what did you do. As an auditor i mean. Everybody is terrified of getting audited. It is my worst nightmare and any people. Please do not do that. When it's such a mysterious process. He know the really is not that mysterious. I bet you anything. If you google what happens in an audit all kinds of different things. I will tell you. I personally audit actually for the state of texas in the new york area in also in the san antonio area so i was able to experience through different kind of i guess taxpayers. You know in the new york area had multi national multi billion dollar corporations and the way they handle an audit is very different than walking into a recording studio. That you know just like yours and saying we're auditing you. Today and one has their act together and the other one likely has items in a box. So you have to react to those things. But i can tell you a lot of the states. Ought the government's Do give you a lot of information so you are prepared to deal with the audit. I can sense. You know when i walk in. People are very either open. Okay let's go. let's do it or they're very apprehensive and those don't want to say
Road rage leads to gunfire, critically injuring a 14-year-old girl in San Antonio
"Last night leads to a 31 year old woman and a 14 year old girl being injured. San Antonio police captain Eric High Towers says it happened at an apartment complex on Hind Street and I 35 at around 9 32 vehicles. Apparently were involved in some type of dispute or argument. They apparently pulled off into this apartment. Complex entry. Wait. One of the vehicles, the driver of that vehicle open fire towards the other vehicle. The victims are in critical condition at local hospitals. The suspect vehicle fled on I 35 police are looking for a brand GMC Yukon. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is
Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs
"Another dominant performance from the coli okay draws just enough as the nuggets racked up their eighth consecutive win one twenty one one nineteen over the spurs yup it's logged a triple double with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and fourteen assists between Gandhi from really really good most of us passionate people online I think again we did a really good job on the on the global and on there are there are kind and may make her truce losers of five straight San Antonio was down by eighteen in the first half of the spurs Derek white hit a couple of free throws to make it one twenty one nineteen with ten seconds to go Bruce Morton Denver
Abbott demands U.S. government shut down facility housing migrant children
"Abbott is calling on the Biden administration to shut down the migrant center that set up inside the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio due to multiple allegations about how those sheltering there are being treated Children at this facility. Are being sexually assaulted. There are not enough staff to safely supervised the Children at this facility. Abbott is asking the Texas Rangers to look into the claims.
Texas investigating child abuse allegations at temporary migrant facility
"Texas governor Faults Biden after child sexual abuse allegations surfaced in migrant facility By the way, about a third of women coming north are raped, according to the immigration groups that monitor this stuff. And since the numbers are much bigger now, thanks to Biden. The numbers of rape so much bigger now to absolutely extraordinary stuff. S O Texas Governor Greg Abbott demanded a migrant facility be shut down in Texas. After allegations of child sex abuse surfaced while blaming President Joe Biden for his handling of the southern border situation on the influx of unaccompanied minors. The makeshift facility set up by the federal government at Freeman Coliseum, and San Antonio is the subject of complaints regarding allegations of child sexual assault a shortage of staff to supervise the Children properly. And accusations that those in custody aren't being fed properly, The Republican announced during a Wednesday evening press conference, adding that solo miners are said to be testing positive for covert 19 and staff is not physically separating them to avoid the spread of the crown of
"san antonio" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Major league. Baseball will use the data from stat. Statcast to help fine pitchers who are suffering the baseball the report coming from joel sherman of the new york post. Take this for data tim cowlishaw. Is this something you can get behind. Yes this is a good use of data as opposed to broadcasters telling us on every home run or double what the exit vilo or the large angles were. This helps them leave it to baseball by the way to have the most boring topic on the show to tim's point. If you're gonna force war on us then. I guess you should use. Wow both topic on the show. We heard calicoes facetime yet. How could you say that. Oh boy that logo showdown to check out this rory mcilroy drive today's match-play event way left cannonball before the lies or i don't know what the alternative is L. dougie played lives or not. Yeah i so look. Rory is clearly peaked. Golf games not there anymore so now. He's an innovator he's trying to make golf's version of mccovey cove put people in the water hazard and let them a little too deep me. I'm gonna take a refreshing dip. And then i'm gonna take a favourable drop and then i'm gonna play on. That wasn't that bad of a hook. Course tim cowlishaw today's champion. Thirty seconds of facetime research in england into tony rallies. Favorite sport of rugby has led to what could be an enormous breakthrough for sports. Here they're looking into concussions through saliva and they have come up with the test that is ninety four percents where we heard that number four accurate and for now it takes about a day to get the results but soon it could be a situation where a player comes over to the sidelines. They do a quick swab of his saliva. And instead of a bunch of questions about you know where you are and how many fingers do i have. They tell whether it for a huge break us. Incredible wealth tax time will fend. Thanks him. you know that wouldn't apply to be. I'd never made a tackle at fordham rugby. We'll see you tomorrow. Hey this is bomani jones. What's your favorite podcast. Let me tell you why that'll be number two after you listen to by twice a week. I'm going to challenge you. Keep up with me. As i discuss..
"san antonio" Discussed on Around the Horn
"I think once clutching their pearls. A little bit tony lee. We know there. Such thing as make a pulse. We know there is such thing as home calls. We know that or at least we assume that some of these empires and officials are a little bit biased towards certain players or towards certain teams. Like the real problem. Here is exactly the problem with xavier. Woods of the cowboys. Right this season saying well. Nobody can play one hundred percent of the time one hundred percent of the time. It wasn't that he was wrong because he was right is that you can't say the quiet part out loud and frankly the nhl should feel relief because based on some of the missteps that we've seen yes based on some of the missteps that we've seen come out of people's mouths in front of hot mike's when they didn't know they were being broadcast to the public. This is sort of tame by comparison. Slight cheating this l. Dunkin in the nhl should be relieved. Here menas you believe. L. is on a on the right page here or is she making light of this. I think i'm somewhere in the middle between l. And tim and i don't think this is a terrifying situation as tim said. I think it's more of an awkward one Because what people did everyone does it. And everyone also knows that the nhl knows everyone. Does it like his big mistake. Wasn't the crime that he got caught. I think that's why they came down so hard on him. The message to the rest of the referees wasn't hey never do this. You're going to get fired. It's hey don't get caught on a hot mic talking about it right It's a little extreme. I think in terms of the president it sets though that president unlikely to play out because this hot mic situation is so rare. And i thought this was a little bit heavy handed but i understand that they had to. You would call it an awkward situation and we go to for awkward situations collishaw. Give you the last word here. I mean i just think it's gotta be beyond awkward. I was trying to think how you make that statement like ingest official. Yeah i wanted to call him. A frigging penalty against nashville earlier. Doesn't seem like a natural thing to say. And as far as the hot mike's go we've coaches and players say a lot of things. They wished they hadn't been caught saying we don't hear lot of officials just blatantly saying they're making calls to benefit their employer is the league the nhl. So you're saying beyond awkward. Tim cowlishaw and i go to college for my beyond awkward. We.
"san antonio" Discussed on Science Friday
"To you from the tobin center for the performing arts in san antonio texas. San antonio has a lot of nicknames. You can call it. The alamo city military city home of the spurs. I'm going to add another one. I manning another one onto the list called back city u._s._a. And that's because every summer millions of mexican free tailed bats crossed the border they fly up and they go through this timeshare this cave that they like to occupy they wing their way to bracken cave located just north of san antonio you and that makes this town home to one of the largest bat colonies in the world. We're talking fifteen to twenty million bats in the bracken cave our our team went to the cave and brought back a sound portrait of their visit. We are at bat conservation. International's bracken in cave preserve the mouth of the cave to the bottom of eighty foot deep sinkholes. If you look right down into the darkness below that second arch you can see it looks like like the air's moving a little bit those are the bat swirling right there in the darkness and you'll catch a glimpse of them every now and then so that four tex who's gonna move out to the the mouth of the cave and then once it's in the sinkhole it has to climb spiral upwards to get to the top of the trees and then they stream away this river. A bats in the sky smells like kind of a wet dog smell of guano. It's all over the floor and like the guano over seventy five feet deep happening it pulses is really strong honey kind of pulses down pulses up so as they come out that's swain since talk to their raft raft down range there on the outside that big tree that just catch them about their talents yeah they're just dive in and grab them eat or eat them right on the wing <hes> he bergquist and i'm a volunteer bracken bat cave and i'm also a master naturalist and we live nearby. Can you see them by near your house. We consume from our back. Porch should look like back there. It looks it. I it looks like smoke coming out and of course now we know what is but eventually they actually come right over our house. Take a lot of bad syndicate takes him about three and a half hours to clear out empty the cave. We're going to be home in bed or home anyway. Yeah this is like one percent joining me now. Now for the rest of the tour is fran hutchins. He's director of the bracken cave preserve part of bat conservation international welcome fran in the bats flying from central and south america mexico ago. Yes they could stop anywhere. They want to why the bracken cave well. It's a perfect setting for the bats. It's a large cavernous space. <hes> you can kind of think of it like a giant incubator will talk about people having their own man caves it home but bracken is what you call a mom cave. What does that mean. We have some around eight to ten million pregnant females and move into the cave and in march and then in early june. Everybody has a baby baby. It's called a pup and so that's what our population jumps up to around fifteen to twenty million wow and the bats leave and bracken cave. These bats are called mexican free tailed bats right what tell us about them. What are their habits. What did the well the their insectivores so they're really important to our local farmers.
"san antonio" Discussed on Latino USA
"In nineteen ninety five debbie wrote a book called satan silence about the tanic panic and one of the other cases that she had researched involve two straight women daycare staff in el paso in the mid nineteen eighties immune these women were so straight the just like middleage ladies they sat around like stream popcorn you know on strings for to put on christmas trees and they were married and had kids everyone said they have to be gay that's the explanation this attending panic also had to do it changing social norms more and more women were joining the workforce which means more and more kids were being put into daycare and there was a huge panic about daycare in it started with a lot of stories including the women's magazines about physical abuse of kids in daycare and also about the psychological effects of kids being in daycare so then it's sort of like turned over into the sexabuse thing debbie had actually been a reporter and san antonio during the years that elizabeth and her friends were in court but it wasn't on anyone's radar it did a lot of stories about local homophobia and i never heard of this case this case apparently just sank like in a swamp debbie was appalled to think that this case had been happening right under her nose and she hadn't known on so she and the ncr jay took on the case of the san antonio four trying to get support for elizabeth and her convicted friends everything in san antonio seem locked up including the gay rights movement they had no interest in this case which was not unusual at the time because gay civil rights movements in organizations nationally are extremely reluctant to challenge accusations of child sex abuse they're terrified because part of homophobia in this culture has always been to say that homosexual men and lesbian women have appropriate city to sexually abused children so gay rights groups traditionally haven't wanted to touch this with ten foot pole and that was true in san antonio but finally the san antonio four story caught the attention of a local reporter who published an article about the case a few days after it came out i remember walking around eighth street here in new york and my phone rang it.
"san antonio" Discussed on Latino USA
"And so with the testimony of these two little girls that conviction was sealed for the san antonio four and it wasn't that surprising not only because the testimony had been so specific in heroin but also because of the period of time now remember we mentioned that the country was going through this bowman of extreme panic around sexual abuse of children that was mixed with fear around satanic rituals that was also mixed with well homophobia and he was happening so much of the time that it even got a name it was called this attack panic it appears satanic worship may have played a role in the murders feel to people who've this were worshiping satan allege that a living creature was sacrificed on the church's altar and the had all types of while homosexual orgies i've been told crazy thanks in california nineteen eightythree there was the mcmartin case when a daycare was accused of a salting children it was a seven year long trial that included testimony from kids about seeing witches fly ten years later there were the west memphis three three teenagers convicted of raping and murdering children allegedly because they were members of satanic cult after serving eighteen years in prison they were released when you dna evidence was discovered and they got a plea deal in fact the san antonio four trial is one of the last times the words satanic sex orgy were used in a criminal case in separate verdicts elizabeth cassie christie and anna were all found guilty of aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child here's rosemary gin she's the mom of the two alleged victims and the sister of elizabeth and up to this day i still remember when they convicted my sister where she just like yield out tell them tell them that i'm innocent till they might do anything to your you know that i loved your i would never do anything to hurt y'all.
"san antonio" Discussed on Latino USA
"He thought in his mind that he could change her from being a lesbian we reached out to heavier for the story many times but didn't get a response but in two thousand fourteen he told a reporter from the texas observer that his alleged love letters to elizabeth were forged the prosecutors who handled the case of the senate tonio four claimed that sexual orientation had nothing to do with it but the san antonio four felt otherwise here's anna even prior to the to the trial even when we're being interrogated and our statements you know have a lot of will she's gay liz's gay kassy's gay and it's like why is that important at this point and you know i had my attorneys my defense attorneys telling me to put on a dress and fix my hair and put some makeup on so even the people that are supposed to be defending me or telling me to tone it down because i looked too gay and then there is the medical component a doctor had done a medical exam on one girl and found a small mark on her hymen the doctor said this was a clear sign of a salt which had a lot of credibility at that time and then there's also the testimony of the two nieces who talked about being threatened locked up and raped in the first trial their statements didn't match up and as time passed their stories grew more and more inconsistent in one version christie hadn't been there later they said she was and one girl said elizabeth had a gun but later said anna had the gun but still it was a terrifying story of salt and violence and the prosecutor said they were too young and traumatize to know every detail.
"san antonio" Discussed on Latino USA
"Now before we get started i need to mention that the store you're about to hear contains descriptions of sexual assault and crimes against children so what exactly happened to the san antonio four for lesbians accused of sexual assault who served almost two decades in prison for a crime they say they didn't commit let usa producer julia shoe has been working with me on this story for several weeks now so julia take us to the beginning so we have to go back to nineteen ninety four elizabeth ramirez was twenty years old she lived in san antonio texas and she worked a lot of fast food and retail jobs and elizabeth was openly gay and i had my first girlfriend which my family pretty much sooner agree with elizabeth fought with her mom a lot and she actually had to move out of her house as a teenager but she was rarely alone her friends christie mayhew and cassie rivera came around often especially because cassie had also been kicked out of her house i'm cassandra revita hi i'm anna vasquez their friend anna vasquez was around two she and cassie were dating anna was nineteen and cassie was twenty the forefronts were all lesbians and what's more they were out which was not only uncommon in texas at that time but it was dangerous people labeled us is very bad people just because of who we are there was times when i would actually go to the gay clubs and people were outside gay bashing so i mean it wasn't anything that anyone accepted at all for cassie that meant keeping her relationship with anna private i knew that i was in love with this woman but the way it was frowned upon we weren't allowed to be who we wanted to be even when casson i did come out we weren't really fully out we were out to our friends we would be stared at a we'd be talked about we were judged we are criticized even though her mom didn't like the fact that she was gay elizabeth did keep up a relationship with her family.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Yeah i think i think that has a a much greater impact on the entire nba than what's going on in san antonio yeah she i mean the cavs it's like some it's it's something new every every week i mean even with kevin love's admission of his exile we even mentioned the soup incident and more serious note we you know we're not we're not talking about how core burs brother passing away it's just it's just this yes so yeah i think i the highest rated drama in the nba right this you ever he has a shot at the championship because there's also the stakes like i would say oklahoma city's had quite a bit of drama you just it hasn't exploded but that's been really interesting story to follow this year in terms of how they have fit together and not fit together and what the implications of that mean i think the spurs i say the right behind the cavs just and partly the reason though in is is just that we don't hear from coli so we have to hear from lebron everyday and this is it's an interesting point counterpoint in that has never taken that mantle in terms of face the league where you know the faces of the league talked to the media and salot l the time they see themselves as represented players voices they see themselves as big characters collide as a man of action he's not a man of words he's like he's just somebody who plays really hard and like his performance before him but when he's not playing you just kinda see him sitting at the end of the bench in street clothes every night and.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Ramona's going with the cavs but higher stakes drama your opinion the cavs of the spurs this season 'cause you could argue that all right with the cavs they've had a lot of drama but like at least they're you know still considered somewhat favorites in the east behind the brawn james who is fine and happy and having one that when they have the best season his career whereas the drama with the spurs like the spurs without colli like if if they had kalat and lamarcus just playing the way he is and all of these these young guys like we we may be talking about the spurs of top of the west not not the rockets to me to me actually the drama that's been sexier to me as the cavs sexier is a different of categories i still go with the cavs just because i think anything that happens with lebron and it was on to see that team completely trade almost half the team away at the trade deadline the isaiah thomas stuff going on with them you had the shut up and dribble you're so much stuff going down in the middle of the year yeah coughing up blood i mean that's you know i mean at the at the end of the day what's happened with san antonio yes it has affected them to a certain degree of what's what's going to happen with them in the postseason but we're talking about the cavaliers which is team that everybody was like they're definitely coming out of the east even despite the fact that boston made all this changes everybody was like lebron cleveland's gonna come out and then all of a sudden we wondering what's going to happen now when they traded half of their team away.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"That it it's not under the teams control and kind of giving more information that could wise acting on his own like i don't know it's it's an interesting dichotomy with you know the old regime of the spurs but then you have danny green on the other side saying you know tweeting now that there was no tension in their team meeting i wanna do a little bit of grew speculating and like ramona do not answer this because i don't want you to be aggravated in the mischaracterized i'm assuming you don't have like deep insights into the situation cassidy i'm assuming the same so aggregated keep that in mind this is just total rampant speculation kawai leonard does not play for the spurs again this season does he play is he in a spurs uniform at the start of next season casts pants i mean this is total speculation as you said like i just i feel like here's a be there but i have i've no basis for that right that everyone else in the public just like ramona said trying to make sense once playoffs hit and he's not suited up and that team goes to war and they're looking at him on the bench like i don't know i just i don't know this think something something may pop off that may be a reparable grow speculation yeah again with the disclaimer that this is pure speculation on my part i normally i would say that he's going to remain the san antonio spurs just because that organization finds a way to keep his talent but i guess in all my years of being covering the nba would usually start to see tea leaves like this where there is some sort of drama coming out it usually doesn't usually leads to something where it doesn't end it doesn't end nice it usually is a divorce and so in this case and especially when you have an athlete who doesn't talk like hawaii perhaps maybe maybe his people or his party feels underappreciated then that usually means that they want to be somewhere else the money is ridiculous though and i don't know in the nba it's it is always hard for a player to give up that kind of money but perhaps that's not important to quite maybe what's important is happiness are we even are we.
"san antonio" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Jacob tell us about the name of the group believe quid neum is latin what does that mean is latin for what now all right well what now and the piece you're about to perform an xs a very powerful and modern work when you tell everyone about the we were about to place called syria though like a lago and this piece was inspired by the city of syria which during the bosnian war the nineteen ninety was under siege for about three years and during those three years there was lots of death destruction and genocide and after those three years the un finally intervened in about three days they manage to lift the siege to seventeen here in san antonio sarajevo along at the mike now we have the quartet's members ryan montemayor jacob rocket matt escobedo and james kara just a gorgeous piece such a wonderful performance you guys really inhabit this piece but i know it sound easy but i know it's not easy matthew what do you see as some of the pieces.
"san antonio" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from legion based on the marvel comics legion follows the story of david holler a man who believed himself to be schizophrenic only to discover that he might be the most powerful mutant in the world legion premieres tuesday april third at ten on fx this is christopher wiley and thank you for downloading this show from san antonio it's a high energy one because as you'll hear the audience was entirely made up of music teachers and they couldn't have been more enthusiastic also i found the teenage sacks quartet's performance on the show nothing less than profound they perform a piece called sarajevo written in memory of the siege of that city during the civil war there and their level of commitment to the material is palpable here's the show from npr it's from the top celebrating the power of music in the hands of america's kids here's our host concert pianist christopher o'riley welcome we're coming to you from the lilac cockerel theater at the henry gonzales convention center in san antonio texas our audience is made up of hundreds of music professionals attending the two thousand eighteen texas music educators convention a gathering that is absolutely huge the largest of its kind in the nation with nearly thirty thousand teachers and students in attendance we want to thank the texas music educators association for including us in their annual presidents concert we also have a very special guest artist appearance planned for the occasion the duo black violin we'll be joining our kids in the second half of the program to perform a version of the shaker song simple gifts texas public schools have an absolutely amazing commitment to music education and to celebrate that fact today it's all texas public school kids all the time our first gen performance school is midway high.
"san antonio" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"One team in the lowly spurs of the other team because you realize they came in having lost six out of seven games four straight games they had lost they've been pretty pathetic without kwahi leonard and yesterday they didn't have a guy who had been vying for six manoftheyear and monitor geno blaze got a chef contusion he did not see the floor yesterday and it was thirty four to twenty spurs just in the fourth quarter so let's not lose sight of that it may have been fairly strategic on the bronze part two sinned this salvo at the referees just to take the onus off the mess that was the cavalier's offense on the floor during the fourth quarter and their defense for that matter but now let's go back to the bigger picture point i am shocked that lebron james shows yesterday to take this shot at the referees because mr sharp exhibit a here is the san antonio spurs have fouled the least number of times in the nba this year they they stole foul a whole lot so let's let's keep it in the context here that we have the team that's fouled the leased after low braun on friday night played at memphis and by the way i gave him high marks on twitter for this you can look it up he did play backtoback at memphis on friday night but if you wanna talk about discrepancy myth this is the team in the nba that his fouled the most times they have fouled three hundred twenty nine times more than the spurs have foul so if you want to take a stand against the referees and how you're not being officiated take it on friday night ahead of the big sunday national tv game against popovich and the spurs because memphis fouls the most and still you shot only four free throws against memphis you played your high minutes and he played by far the most minutes in the game yesterday but he shot only four free throws yesterday i okay so your your criticism your your case should have been made.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"It was a real similarity to the to the snap and the quickness and the and the group attention that they share in the way they interact it really is with the core of what human can actually made a new pro reo broke of the book down in two three a skills i believe become skills you talked about and you mentioned too slowly earlier um skill number one build a safety number a share a bomber all bellity three establish purpose so we can't possibly cover the entire book so i'm gonna ask you to talk about some of my favorites that's okay right grant soho underbilled safety and you already mentioned a san antonio spurs us so since you mention them one of my favorite teams what did you find their house that connect to the culture code talk to me about that or to quit doing that i've taken we all know they're a good team that we all know is if players we all know the great part of the pds thing about them is that their coach has a welldeserved reputation for being a yellow for being hard core for being a real i he he gives it well you might call really vivid clear feedback that is one way to put it yeah and what i saw from a distance so it's kind of a mystery it's like well should we all the art athens then you know because that's what gregg popovich ends two players at times when you go in side what he's pairing that with that that level of of candor candan feedback is a level of care one of the coaches said he's going to do two things he's gonna love you and he's going to tell you the truth uh and what are you seeing from the standpoint of view with him telling the truth when he's seen when you go inside is the law and the love consists of regular touches gatherings dinners connections he will constantly be like their main vehicle for connections or possibly organizing dinners checking on the wine list ordering style.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"If you can but you can add to these girls their world has been destroyed as they know it and they're just so sweet i i don't know what else to say it has been a very difficult time i must say that you inspire me you demonstrate good for goodness sake could desire to reach out to helps to heal to provide community and support to to try to bring something out of the ashes to help protect other people so that in this does not happen again or does in as often to try to take some steps forward and so all four of you are greatly appreciated and i'm so glad you were part of this discussion today thank you thank you for having us thank you so much the link again is go fund mecomhelp the smith girls rounding out the show i have hector garcia hector is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of combat related ptsd he is an assistant professor at the department of psychiatry at the university of texas health science center in san antonio and he's an author he's the author of a book called alpha god the psychology of religious violence and oppression dr garcia kind of wish we were talking about the book like i wish we were speaking in other circumstances today yeah yeah very dark time i'd like to go back and read visit to sort of the angle that you've taken in the book keno the psychology of religious violence i know that's really not the focus tonight but i'd like to maybe come back and we'll do a broadcaster conversation together after the year after the new year up your game for that now i'd love to at large to an end at horror we car today let me just say that you know i'm i'm i do work for the department of and hurt but.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"He left a one word message on his facebook page was the word good by police reported an emergency call from his house just before eleven o'clock in the morning were reports say he said he was going to kill jennifer and then he was going to turn the gun on himself when the police arrived they heard two gunshots the authorities down both bodies upstairs in the home now jennifer's funeral is tomorrow her life horribly taken from her by a killer and her three young children left in the aftermath who must now somehow try to put the broken pieces back together in this some kind of life some kind of future there are fundraising efforts going on right now for these girls there is a link in the description box of this podcast with my encouragement to you to give something give anything to at least help mitigate the financial challenges that these girls now face it would lease let's pulled the financial obstacles from in front of them so they can deal with all the other stuff now as they deal with the unthinkable loss of their motherthe hands of their father the linked to give is go fund to mecomhelp the smith girls and as you click that linked to donate i'm going to have three separate conversations right here on this broadcast the first is going to be with aaron smith the son of scott smith he wanted to be a part of this conversation he wanted to participate as part of a support effort for the girls secondly i'm going to talk to a panel of people who were wired in in san antonio they knew the couple and they're going to talk with me about the situation before and after this monday's murder and then finally i'm gonna talk to a mental health professionals name is dr hector garcia he lives in san antonio he's a clinical psychologist he's going to talk with us about the tragedy he's going to talk with us about the larger issue of domestic violence how we in the secular free thought atheist communities can deal with the hard fact that know an atheist podcast host known in certain circles in atheist activism could carry out such a terrible act of violence against his own wife.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"And now insurance minded speeches from geico it's a common expression don't look at gift horse in the mouth however what if the horse's mouth is filled with useful insurance tools this is the exact case where the guy koa yes the app is free and therefore a gift or us our look inside the app and behold emergency roadside assistance digital id cards bill pay get the geico app it in the mouth get amazing services thank you three must zero bluffing brash baldfaced blasphemy jim everything i find it extremely hard to imagine open your eyes the despite all right to be an atheist across the sprawling group of people in the country has been measured as being those who have new belief who faces you don't have to be apologetic required about a syringe opposition you see religion on a hundred franz losing the argument start thinking this is the thinking atheist worldwide there is a cubicle at wellmade medical management and san antonio texas it is a cuba gold that today sits empty except for a small memorial the framed photographs in fresh flowers place there they as cubicle was the workspace for jennifer smith a forty six year old mother of three on monday of this week as jennifer and her husband were nearing the end of their marriage despite counselling and just a few weeks after she had filed for divorce from her husband jennifer was murdered in our own home by the man she was divorcing scott smith was known in atheist circles as cohost of the recovering from religion podcast on the morning of monday november 27th 2017 he suddenly cancelled a lunch date with a friend.