25 Burst results for "Schaeffer"

"schaeffer" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Words of IWW leader big Bill Hayward in the film the wobblies for more we're joined by the Academy Award winning filmmaker Deborah schaeffer who co directed this remarkable documentary with Stuart bird in 1979 It's just been restored and screens nationwide on May Day This Sunday online at the end of May Deborah welcome to democracy now It's an astounding film Tell us the story of the wobblies Well the wobble is themselves where it was the union as you heard in the clip It was founded in 1905 out of necessity really The workers at that time unskilled workers had no unions There was no such thing There was the AF of L existed but they only admitted and organized skilled workers mostly white mostly male bricklayers masons people with highly skilled jobs So the masses of industrial workers remember this was the early days of industrialization in the United States the textile meals were booming the lumber mills were booming The cotton gins were booming The workers had no representation at all And they were being expected to work 7 days a week 12 hour days no breaks no meals underpaid overworked children were working conditions were terrible And intolerable I wanted to go back to your film In this clip we hear from black longshoreman James fair after well one of the founders of the ACLU roger Baldwin.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on 20/20

"All those rage full feelings. How dare she. She's mine she supposed to stay innocent for me. I'm going to permanently possess you. By taking he was fixated on record schafer nineteen year old. Bardo was obsessed with rebecca. Schaeffer was on the brink of stardom. There is a brand new face on television. This hero an awfully successful new face. She was just right. You look like she can be my sister and she was good stan. Evil look i'm getting fabio. Wait a minute you're answering them back. You can't do that this flick. Some sort of evil switch inside. Robert john bardo rebecca schaeffer. Doing a love scene with an actor. He felt hold elite portrayed because he felt that she was his. How dare she. This animal got her address from the dmv paid five or ten dollars and was handed. The personal information of rebecca schaeffer. This guy followed her. This guy went to her condo and she opened the door and he shot her and killed her and she's dead. What how can this happen. Can you just walk up to somebody's house. And this murder was a momentous crime. Changed the way actors in hollywood went about their lives. One of the most interesting aspect of hollywood the motion picture.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Vanessa richardson. Hi vanessa from podcast. If you enjoy our in depth profiles on historical figures and famous fates you'll love my new limited series obituaries. Every wednesday on spotify join me and my co host carter as we explore the unlikely bonds forged between two meaningful figures from the past and discover how those relationships impacted the future. Follow the spotify original from podcast obituaries..

"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Story on july eighteenth nineteen eighty nine actress. Rebecca schaeffer was shot and killed by a stalker at her west hollywood apartment. Rebecca was a star on the rise. Her loss shattered all who knew her and shocked the country just twenty one years earlier. Rebecca was born in oregon. She started modeling as a teenager before transitioning to acting in a recurring role on the popular soap. One life to live she was a surprise. Hit onset her co-stars could tell she was a talent and remembered. Well how kind. She was just a few years later. Rebecca made a career move. That was almost impossible especially for someone so young. She moved from daytime soaps to primetime landing. Apart in a new sitcom my sister. Sam much like her character. Patty rebecca moved in with the co star. Who played her older sister. Pan daba the two bonded. Quickly and pam tried to shepherd rebecca safely the hollywood minefield soon. Rebecca became a household name but actresses at the time faced growing pressure from fans. Pam to do everything she could to keep her residents a secret in nineteen eighty two raging bull. Actress theresa saldana had been viciously attacked by a stalker with a knife. The assailant found theresa using a private investigator. A tactic bardo intentionally copied years later. Theresa was lucky to survive and pam wanted to make sure rebecca new the potential dangers of fame. But the young actress was a kind and trusting soul against the advice of friends. She liked to send detailed responses to fan mail. It harbored goodwill but also allowed for the creation of dangerous para social relationships in people. Like robert bardo bardo once even tried to visit rebecca on the set of my sister sam at the age of nineteen. He was twice turned away by security but due to a lack of understanding about the dangers of stalking. No legal action was taken. My sister. sam was canceled halfway through. Its second season. But rebecca was perfectly poised to move up in the film industry. She started acting in tv movies hoping to make the jump to more serious roles all the directors she worked with thought. She was destined for stardom after her tragic murder. Police didn't have to work hard to find. Rebecca shavers killer. Bardo fled the scene of the crime back to tucson where he suffered a mental break. He ran around a major street in the city. Wailing about how he'd killed rebecca schaeffer. He was quickly taken into custody. He matched the appearance of the suspect. Seen by rebecca's neighbors and was sent back to california where he was formally arrested borrow never denied he was a killer but a dramatic trial still went forward. The issue wasn't bartos guilt but whether he was legally sane enough to face punishment for the crime prosecutor. Marcia clark spearheaded the state's case. In just a few years she would become a national name for prosecuting. Oj simpson this state negotiated with bardo before the trial began in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table. Bardo would be tried by a single judge not a jury using statements from his family and his post arrest interviews. Marsh approved bardo plan to kill rebecca from the beginning that intention took it out of the realm of legal insanity. He was sentenced to life in prison. The case provided an interesting demonstration of the difference between legal and medical insanity according to forensic psychologist kris mohanty bardo was possibly suffering from psychotic issues and personality disorder like narcissism. But he knew right from wrong and he knew what he was doing when he committed the crime he remains in prison to this day where he now feels tremendous guilt for his actions for rebecca schafer's friends and family. The trial wasn't as important however all that mattered was preventing it from happening all over again in one way dave succeeded. Much of the escalating harassment. Bardo took part in before the murder is now illegal due to anti-stalking laws. We understand better. How obsessions can spiral out of control and celebrities. Private information is more protected but still stalking occurs constantly. There's almost no way to stop harassment prior to an initial encounter like trespassing or a creepy interaction. That was the reason the schafer's also. Fiercely advocated for stricter gun safety laws rebecca's father and her co star pam. Dubber believed the. Us need stricter laws keeping guns from falling into the hands of the mentally ill. It's a fight. They champion even now. Thirty years after rebecca's tragic and thanks for listening today and true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all others spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cobbler. Sound designed by paul skin with production assistance. By ron shapiro trent williamson carleen madden and brusca kovic. This episode of today and true crime was written by john. Mcdonough with writing assistance by terrel wells and fact checking by shan lopez. I'm.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"This episode is brought to you by volvo. Xc sixty recharge plug in hybrid. The volvo xc sixty recharge plug in hybrid has an available advanced air cleaner. So you can help. Protect every braff including the four. You'll take listening to this ad for everyone's safety learn more at volvo. Cars dot com slash. Us today is sunday. July eighteenth twenty twenty one on this day in nineteen eighty nine actress. Rebecca schaeffer was murdered by an obsessed fan. Robert john bardo welcome to today and true crime. A spotify original from podcast. Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children thirteen. Today we're covering the shocking murder of rebecca schaeffer and the twisted fixation that drove her killer over the edge. Let's go back to rebecca's west. Hollywood apartment on july eighteenth nineteen eighty nine. The morning was an exciting one for rebecca schaeffer. She'd scored an audition for the highly anticipated film. The godfather part three. She waited eagerly in her apartment for a courier to deliver the script. She was more than ready to dive in a role like that could catapult her from tv sweetheart too serious movie star for friends and family were thrilled at the prospect but not everyone was so happy to see her grow up to twenty one year. Old robert john. Bardo rebecca would always be an innocent spirit. That's what she was supposed to be. That's who he'd fallen in love with ever since he'd watched her in the hit sitcom my sister. Sam heat felt a one-sided but intense connection to her and as her career moved beyond her breakout role. He felt betrayed. He didn't think of rebecca schaeffer as a real person only as the object of his affection and after seeing her in a love making scene in her latest movie he was livid his innocent rebecca had turned her back on him and he couldn't let that stand bardo tried to get a gun but was rejected due to his history of mental illness on deterred. He asked his brother to purchase the weapon for him. Bardo also hired a private investigator who was easily able to obtain rebecca's address from the dmv on july eighteenth. Bardo step off a bus from his hometown of tucson arizona and went searching for rebecca. He stopped her neighbors on the street. Showed them rebecca's headshot and asked if they'd seen her around. It was odd but it was hollywood. No one thought to call the police. A string of tragic coincidences made the confrontation inevitable. Despite spending most days with her boyfriend. Rebecca was alone that morning keenly aware of her celebrity rebecca may have ignored an unsolicited buzzer at her apartment. But she was expecting the godfather script if the intercom at her place had been functioning. She may have spoken to bardo safely from behind the door but since it was broken she opened the door and came face to face with her stalker. Bardo was nervous and non threatening at first. He still held some hope that the rebecca schaeffer of his fantasies was real. He's showed her a letter. The actress had written him years before what she thought was an ordinary response to fan. Mail was bartos proof that they were soulmates. In his mind he was coming to save her from the immoral entertainment industry. Rebecca didn't know what to make of the stranger. She politely told him she had to get ready for an interview shook his hand and sent him away but bardo didn't leave the neighborhood. He went to a nearby diner. Ordered a basket of onion rings and stewed. This wasn't right. Rebecca wasn't supposed to dismiss him. There was only one thing he could do to keep control. Bardo returned the apartment this time with his gun behind his back again. Expecting the godfather script rebecca answered. She was surprised and reportedly annoyed to see him again. Bardot told her he'd forgotten to give her something then shot her in her final moments. Rebecca was in shock. She repeatedly asked bardo why he done it before he fled the scene. When a neighbor heard rebecca's cries they rushed outside and alerted the authorities. But it was too late. Rebecca died thirty minutes later. Police immediately leapt into action to find the killer. Luckily plenty of witnesses had seen the strange young men prowling around the neighborhood and all out. Manhunt began coming up. How rebecca's life and death change the country. Hi it's vanessa from podcast and i'm here to tell you about my new ten episode limited series obituaries. 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"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"Wants an which working on you doing cold calling. And then i go. Okay get your phone out. And i want you to get my phone out. I'm going to record you making a phone call to a client and we record the phone call just his end of it and then i said okay. Great now do me a favor. Who's your best friend. My best friend's johnny. Call him up and invite him out to the movies this weekend. Cause of johnny and bud som out for the movies. And i said listen to both recordings and the first one is tightness in the voice. Distressing the voice. He goes holy cow. I had no idea. Sound like that. And i guess a lotta people have done that but when we played the call to a friend this warmth this connection in contrast between the two was enough for him to go. Okay i get it why it's important and then So as you work with organisations what have been the unexpected opportunities with pandemic. And what do you think have been some things that are getting in the way of sales speaking of the phone right. One of the opportunities is the phone People are answering their phones. You know the funny thing is. They're like their corporate lines are being forwarded to their cell phones so you you can reach people. You can tax system They actually now. That we've settled in people are a little more relaxed. Actually they're not commuting. You know they have a little bit more time so you can have conversations with people And and you don't have to be worried about a barking dog or crying baby or whatever people are more chill and more. I think more human in a lot of ways you know so that has been good I think people are. They can use this as an excuse as well it's because he's our new uncertain times You know the crazy thing is. I've worked from home for twenty one years. I've been selling over skype and a weber and whatever since evidence they were invented so i think people had some misnomers about well..

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"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"So when people come to me and we need to realize in any industry They something has happened. That led them to finally pick up the phone and make that call to reach out. Okay so we have to figure out what has happened. And what is the impact. And who besides that. One person really cares are semi punch you right there because i think all of that is brilliant but give me a real world example so we can actually put structure to it and you need. You can change the name of the company so we don't embarrass anybody but give me a real life story of this is what was going on. The sky noticed came to me and this is what we discovered right. Well and i'm leading to it because it's people i've i have failed. Probably as many time design succeeded because the the the client wasn't willing to change okay. I mean i'm working with one right now. They are bleeding memberships And it has taken six weeks to convince them to take one very small action that we've already seen like a fifty percent improvement just on the phone on the initial conversation. Okay so now. They're starting to buy in With with little winds So in in any business so those that are listening. We need to take the time to truly uncover the pain and the motivation. And that raw nerve. You know to to follow our advice. Okay so i've i've turned around daycare. Centers Legal firms laser eye centers of because they're all humans. Yes right and they. So we've got to find their motivation But you know day care. We added a quarter million dollars to their bottom line and they only had ninety six ninety six seats. Twenty two of them were vacant. You know. I took this husband and wife team. They have a a marriage ministry Seventy four percent of the room opted end to their offer You know almost two hundred people in the room I just changed how they ask for their contact information. And i did it i. I met him an hour before their talk. And i just redid redid. Their talk redid their clothes right..

"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"Glue that held the whole fricking thing together and they use tapping with wires to communicate garson permitted and then they have contests in the contest was okay who got captured when how fast you were going and how are you going. And of course the air force boys your people were like. I was doing like mock two. I was at forty thousand feet. I got shot down. I got captured and they went all the way down to this guy. That was the glue that held the entire thing. Together was a sailor and he was on his ship and he accidentally fell overboard. And so i was doing like twenty nuts and back fifty feet and i was not captured. I was rescued. And he was the lowest guy. Lowest ranking person but he ended up being the morale glue that held everything together. Yeah you never know You never know what you're capable of until you're pushed right. And i think we you know you see the story that hard man make for good times good times. Make yourself mansaf. Men make for hard times. Yes sir cycle hard times or bad times lead to goodman strongmen so You need to push yourself. You need to Get uncomfortable and it's hard right. We we like being comfortable So you gotta push yourself to really know what you're capable of and yeah you never know who the real leaders order you've seen countless stories from the holocaust and things out people rose up. You know world war two and whatnot just rising to the to the occasion. You know push yourself so you you know what you're truly capable of and forget who said it but it's you know you an old adage that when the moment occurs ride you you don't rise to your potential You regress to the level of your training okay. So train hard so in the military. Let's go to infantry for a minute. And i probably wouldn't bring him back to sales right now you can get a platoon of that are strangers. They come together and something magical happens where people go above and beyond the call of duty and they do things for each other that they would not do otherwise like put themselves in harm's way and oftentimes a lifelong friends so then we come into the modern world. We've got sales teams and one of the things that you talk about is. I'm gonna help you build the best sales team ever. So how do we bring people together to build a strong team. Because you've got egos and people have their own hangups that all human stuff so west. Can you tell us about a particular team. You helped how you found the when you started working with them and how you got them to where you got them well. I'm kinda like the police right you don't you. Don't call nine one one and just tell them. Hey everything's fine Come on over for hot dog right right when people are reaching out to me. Yes some are proactively. You know looking to grow but a lot of times. It's like whoa things are things are a mess. We need some help right and people will call me all the time Or like we'll meet at a function back when there used to be functions you know and they go sales. Pursue yourself trainer. Yes one of the things i do. Okay can you train my people right in what they expect me to do is get into a song and a dance and start the pitch them about blah. But what. I what. I asked them is. How do you know that you have people that are even trainable right okay..

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"schaeffer" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Seated in. The menu is presented in a certain way. Oh happy hour. Prices are only available. If you're in the bar not over here. Oh you want to substitute a salad for the fries. It's an extra dollar ninety nine that they're selling you okay. All of that is set up as a sale. I had to sell my wife. would you like to dance. I had to sell my wife on. Can i get your phone number. I had to sell my wife on. You should go out on a date with me. My kids are selling me every day. Daddy can i watch a movie. Daddy can. I have some ice cream. Daddy kill me go to disneyland. Everything is a sale. Okay a sale is hey read. My headline follow me on instagram. Open my email. Subscribe to my newsletter. Everything is a sale. Hey boss. I need an extra dollar per hour. Why sell me on that. Everything is okay and once you understand that gets a whole lot easier while i think it's important to realize it. Sales is a skill set. It's not a single skill to be able to assimilate a bunch of different skills to be successful at sales and a lot of what you're talking about is what we see in pop culture and the way that sales is depicted which often leads a bad taste in our mouth thinking. That isn't manipulative. It's memorizing a script. It's forcing people manipulating people to take action. Something when actually sales is a lot more subtle than that. And it's a confluence of a lot of skills that you have to balance in any conversation whether you're selling yourself you're selling a product or service. We recommend everyone in our audience. When you're starting out in your career you should take on a sales job. You should put yourself in that position because it will force you to learn skills that are applicable as you were saying earlier in every facet of your career whether you want to be an entrepreneur or an engineer or you want to be an artist you have to sell your ideas to get people on board to participate to get ahead and many of us haven't had that experience and i think from your earlier point you know if you aren't a w. to roll right now. What skills are you acquiring along with that paycheck. If all you're doing at the end of the week is counting the dollars earned and you can't wait to go hang out with your friends and spend those dollars earned and you're not taking into consideration the skills that are coming along with those earnings will you're gonna fall behind those who are getting ahead and realized that the set of skills of sales is we're going to break down here is important every single aspect of your life dating relationships and certainly you brought up your wife. We were talking about the restaurant and people when they hear the idea of cells. They tend to think that it's a transaction where money is president. And that's not necessarily just well. It's one aspect of cells. Sometimes you're just trying to persuade people on ideas yours. You're persuading them to get involved in a group in a project. So i think when we put when we talk about cells there's a dollar sign it goes above it but the actuality it's root cause it's rue base is persuasion persuading you. That what i have is worth this much money or persuading you that this is a great idea that you need to adopt or persuading you that. I'm the person that you should be going to dinner with. And we should be having a transaction of time of effort. I mean there is. There's always going to be a transaction. Stop stop right there. are you tired of inconsistent results. Are you dating. You wanna be dating. Are you where you wanna be with your career. Do you have a proper roadmap to get you to where you need to go. Well if you're tired of wasting time tired of seeing other people effort we build. Their dream is.

"schaeffer" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"For love. We got what you need. You shouldn't have to settle for anything less than extraordinary. Thank you everyone for tuning in now. Let's start the show today. We're speaking with west schaefer. West describes himself as a ruthlessly pragmatic sales trainer marketing consultant keynote speaker copywriter and crm automation expert. He has been the chief whispering officer at the sales. Whisper for the past fifteen years. And he's the author of the cells. Whisper way there ain't too much whispering going on up there so west shaver of the cells. Whisper podcast how are you doing the right. We'll have this edited. I mostly read the sales podcast. That'd be dry. We're so it's all together man. Oh no we've got to keep that in mind because it shows it shows that you're human thereby sees sees you superfluous every now and then your while you make a mistake. Yeah every once in a while we gotta we first and only one of all of doug and then at the end of the year. Aj gets the hit me upside the head for everyone that a lot of hits coming this year. Did you get started in sales. Wes oh man. I was a secret agent in the air force. They trained me to be this. This salesperson man. It was like this top secrets. More top secret than ufo's and area fifty one. You didn't even know. The air force had a sales. Division did you. You didn't you didn't. That's how it was. But yeah i was in the air force man and i got out in ninety seven because i wanted to be paid according to my production you know not just time in in grade time and service and you know i've been married at that time we're going on twenty six years now so we were married right at two years. We had a baby. We had another one on the way that we didn't know about and i left. I resign my commission as a captain. The air force and jumped into commission sales. It's interesting i think. All of us go through a a awakening in in our lives or at least some of us and for everyone else could come as well. But with that idea of when you're working for somebody else they're setting the wage of what you are worth and then you're like wait a minute. Other people make way more money than i do at an in an hour because they were setting with their work was worth and that becomes the minute you switch that frame then you begin looking for different and new opportunities. Yeah and that's i think being a w. two employees at least in sales and maybe across the board but i mean my world's always been sales. I think we've been sold a little bit of a bill of goods. You know unless. You're an entrepreneur. Doing your own thing. You know you a crap. You're not living your greatest fullest potential. And you know you're a wimp and insight you know. I've had over five hundred interviews on the sales podcasts and talked to a lot of off good people with a lot of good stories and a lot of them went out on their own but they did it after building a foundation right paying off debt. saving up to to make that launch. So you know that w two job can be a good thing. I think everything has a trade off. I think what happens. Is we show up to work. And we're not. We're not truly passionate about it so we're not focused on it so we're not focused on. We're not producing all that we can. And we don't put saw we can't so we gotta stay later about a block to get to catch up on what we should have been doing what we could have done. We truly focus for eight hours an hour. Like i'll give my company all all of my life. I get too early. And i stayed late and i missed dinner with the family. I got to be out on my own to be fulfilled. Well maybe you just need to focus. You know maybe you need to give them a full eight hours and get your home you know. And then you have the energy and the time to do other things and maybe that other thing is to launch your own thing okay. Maybe not but you know they say. Multitasking is the art of doing multiple things poorly right. I think we could all benefit from a little more focus on what the hell we're working. Well that's certainly brings up a point in cells that if you are going to go out on your own. One of the things that you're going to have to do is to sell your value so your abilities bring awareness to what you're able to do and number one it's about creating content rate creating things for people to be able to see and put value upon then to being able to promote the things that you're able to create and then third to capitalize on that create creativity of of selling those products services or ideas and with those three things. If picking up sells gives you an opportunity to not only sell yourself but self-rule anybody it is a skill that is transferable and to anywhere that you're going to go. Well the biggest misnomer. I hear from people you know. I'm not in sales like we're all in sales all the time okay. It's like poker if you're sitting at the table you'll know who the chump is then. It's okay yeah you know you walk into a restaurant. Well you gotta you know. Stand in the your way approach stand in line approach. The hostess put your name on his forty five minutes. Please go stand in the corner and we'll call you when we're ready for you. Then you're seated in. The menu is presented in a certain way. Oh happy hour. Prices are only available. If.

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Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

"Took it to the SJC. Many people have been charged in connection with the riot, The U. S capitol January 6th until now all have pleaded not guilty. But today for the first time, a self described member of the oath keepers pleads guilty. John Shafer joined the pro trump mob that stormed the capital and was among the rioters who sprayed police officers with bear spray. As part of his plea agreement, Schaffer will be released from custody, but he must fully cooperate with federal prosecutors as they build their cases against more than $400. Defendants. Schaeffer is the first writer to plead guilty. He faces up to four years in prison when he sentenced in a couple of months. That

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Heavy Metal Guitarist, US Capitol Rioter Pleads Guilty

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Heavy Metal Guitarist, US Capitol Rioter Pleads Guilty

"Marks 100 days since the U. S capitol attack and for the first time a guilty plea from one of the defendant during the riot, The FBI said. John Schaefer sprayed US Capitol police officers would bear spray and was photographed inside the U. S can Capital. He's pleading guilty to unlawfully entering restricted grounds for the weapon and disrupting an official proceeding as Congress was meeting to certify the electoral college 100 days after the insurrection, Schaeffer becomes the first defendant to plead guilty. There are more than 400 defendants who have been arrested in 45 different states. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski

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"schaeffer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Presenting their case against former President Trump. They have 16 hours to do so. And then it is the Trump teams turn Colorado Congressman Jonah Goose telling the Senate jurors, Trump could have prevented the U. S Capitol riot. And the president at his rhetoric was dangerous, and it was going to result in deadly violence. And that's what makes this so different because when he saw firsthand the violence that his conduct was creating, he didn't stop it. Colorado Republican Congressman Lauren Bo Burt was a guest this morning with Ross Comiskey on our sister station 6 30 K. How, and she did not sugarcoat her thoughts on the impeachment trial. I don't care if you hate Donald Trump's gut. There is no way that your conscience could allow you to take that boat and say that you're standing on the Constitution to defend your vote of conscience when when the president wasn't even allowed his Fourth Amendment rights A criminal investigation is being opened in Atlanta now into the former president's request that Georgia's top elections officials find him more votes in an audio of that call to Georgia's secretary of state. You can hear Trump asking him to find enough votes to change the outcome of the election. A new study says People with dementia are twice as likely to get coronavirus, Alzheimer's Association, Colorado executive director Amillia Schaeffer says part of the reason is that some folks in care centers or not his conscientious about the little things that we know social distancing. You may comply. But then you forget washing hands. You know, one of the things Alzheimer's and dementia, conduce. Oh, Has impaired your judgment. Schaeffer says the danger of contracting covert among dementia patients is compounded by the likelihood that they may be more likely to have other risk factors like hypertension or diabetes. Wall Street is mixed right now, with the Dow Industrial's up 27 points while the S and P. 500 is losing four. The NASDAQ is down 28. Our next news update is a 12 30. I'm Susan. Within on Keohane,.

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New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

Pacifica Evening News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

"New York State's attorney general sued the New York City Police Department today, calling its treatment of protestors against racial injustice last spring, part of a long standing pattern of abuse that stem from inadequate training, supervision and discipline. Attorney General Leticia James. This lawsuit includes dozens of examples of alleged misconduct during the spring demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's police killing, including the use of pepper spray and batons on protesters trapping demonstrators with a technique called kept Ling and arresting medics and legal observers. James, The Democrat, was tasked by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with investigating whether New York Police Department officers used excessive force to quell unrest and enforce it. Mayor Bill de Blasio EOS Nightly curfew. She issued a preliminary report in July that cited a clear breakdown of trust between police and the public. James is seeking reforms, including the appointment of a federal monitor. Oversee the department's policing tactics at future protests and a court order declaring that the policies and practices the department is during the protests were unlawful. Lawsuit in federal court named the city Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and chief of department parents Monahan as defendants. Attorney General James criticized de Blasio for saying the use of Kent Ling was justified and Schaeffer saying that the NYPD had a plan, which was executed nearly flawlessly when officers aggressively cracked down on protesters on June 4th in the Bronx. In June at the height of the protests, Mayor de Blasio was accused of misleading the city when he told reporters that he personally saw no use of force around peaceful protests even after officers had been caught on video moving on demonstrators without provocation and bashing them with batons. De Blasio said he met with Attorney General James yesterday and that they share the goal of pushing for major police reforms such as implementing recommendations in previous reports on the NYPD is protests response. De Blasio, also a Democrat, said, however, he did not agree that lawsuit was the solution.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"And the irs says yeah. I'm you know. Agent such and such texas branch. irs blah blah blah. We've done an audit bubba. Yeah you so not. Only that i lose money. Put in there like yeah. Now you owe as eighty six thousand dollars late fees. And i'm like how do i owe money seven. That lost money had low fellow risk-takers and welcome to my worst investment. Ever stories of loss to keep winning. This episode is sponsored by a starts academy which offers online courses to help. Investors better manage their stock portfolios aspiring professionals to learn how to value any company in the world business leaders to make their companies financially world-class and even beginners to implement a simple lifetime investment plan. Go to my worst. Investment ever dot com to get free access to my short course six ways. Lose your money and six strategies to win where i share the six lessons. I've learned from all of these podcasts interviews fellow risk this is your worst podcast host andrew stotz and i'm here with featured guests west shaver. Wes are you iraq. I'm ready for you to read. I need you to do all my intros from now. Man well you know. I am the undisputed podcast host so. I'm not sure if. I want me to do it but i will do my best speaking speaking of intros you know i really sought you out because i felt like i wanted to learn more about you about what you do and i'm going to tell the audience about that right now. West schaefer is sales. Whisper a pig headed entrepreneur. Who really rehabilitate salespeople and trains their managers. He's a reassuringly expensive. Copywriter sought after speaker and marketing or he is the author of two point five books on sales marketing and crm's host of the sales giants which is on episode. Four sixty two. I just listened to that one this morning. Host of the crm sushi podcasts. And he will help you grow by mastering the overlooked truth in life that to make any sale. You must make every sale west. Can you take a minute and filling in for the tidbits about your life man. That was perfect you know. Do i have to add to perfection or not. But if i must.

Netflix indicted by Texas grand jury for ‘Cuties’ film

Tim Conway Jr.

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Netflix indicted by Texas grand jury for ‘Cuties’ film

"In Texas, as a grand jury in a state has indicted Netflix over the French film Cuties, which has been accused of sexual izing young girls. Outrage over the film led to the hashtag Cancel Netflix on Social media representative Matt Schaeffer says the Texas Rangers served Netflix withy summons for the indictment last week. Netflix says cuties is a social commentary against the sexualization of young Children and the company stands by the film

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Atlanta - Georgia GOP, Republican National Committee join fight to overturn state's absentee ballot ruling

Clark Howard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - Georgia GOP, Republican National Committee join fight to overturn state's absentee ballot ruling

"Both of Georgia and National Republican Party's air, joining the state's appeal of the lawsuit that allows absentee ballots to be counted up to three days after the election. The Republican National Committee and Georgia Republican Party have filed a motion urging the Of the Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn the order by U. S District Judge Eleanor Ross. We believe that is an invitation for turmoil and fraud, and we're joining the state and asking that the appellate court stay her order until the appeal on the order itself can be heard, Georgia GOP chair David Schaeffer says. In addition, the lawsuit only applies to 17 counties, meaning to different standards would be applied across the state. Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB,

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"schaeffer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Go on a journey of self discovery of comedy is one of the greatest movies. Well, No, it's not, but I immediately back up and confront our What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment program. America. We are being set up for a civil war. It is very clear it is all of the pieces are there They are even telegraphic. They're not telling us they're telling you They're telling you, infact, you can hear it in the streets Last night, ELISA Schaeffer was in Philadelphia, er play the audio of the The revolutionaries out on the street on the streets of Philadelphia yesterday way do not win if we sit that way, wait for November. We do not win. If we rely on a lot election that this regime is telling you they will not respect Do you hear that? That's critical. It's not there. So they're calling for a revolution is that this regime is telling you they will not.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Good morning I'm John Schaeffer governor Steve Sisolak said Thursday he intends to detail next week some of the criteria used to determine how soon it's safe to slowly reopen businesses and relax other restrictions as coronavirus trends continue to improve in Nevada no one wants to get back to business more than I do stating we are a hard working state investors did bringing home a paycheck paying for the kids to be the first in their family to go to college having a job that provides health care for their loved ones for state it works hard to earn the dollars that we may we like showing up to work every day but he said in response to those who want to expedite a return to normalcy but he doesn't have any reopening date in mind and that any changes will be incremental the southern Nevada health district reported sixty six new cases of cold in nineteen in park county Thursday a slight slowing of the rate of infections that brings the total number of cases in the county to two thousand six hundred twenty five of which fifty three percent have recovered the death toll in the county now stands at one hundred twenty one president trump is hailed the new federal guidelines for eventually returning normalcy to America the president says we're starting our life again restarting rejuvenation of our economy again while he's focused on that Dr Anthony Fauci says his fellow health professionals at another focus the dominating Dr this was to make sure that this is done in the safest way possible saying the phased approach is that the right one insuring Americans can get out again while taking careful steps to avoid a full virus spread soccer bank on the Washington federal figures show sixty thousand more Nevadans file for unemployment benefits last week the new unemployment claims me more than three hundred thousand out of four people sought benefits since casinos and businesses closed in mid March amid the spread of the virus what about a jobless rate jumped to six point three percent in March that's up from the all time low of three point six percent in January and February pretty heady honor for the nation's top expert on infectious diseases from a bottle here to inform the head that is with the road to stardom is taken Dr Anthony Fauci after seeing his likeness plastered on things like socks pastry and other items found she now has a beer named in his honor it is produced by wild heaven beer in Atlanta it's called found cheese spring it's described as a pale ale with SIA berries and an experimental variety of hops meanwhile fell all medical pro Dr Debra birch is finding that fame in a time of crisis can be well in fact yes she is also having a bobble head doll in her likeness I'm Oscar wells Gabriel on Wall Street the Dow starts today at twenty three thousand five thirty seven with a check of our weather here's news three Dana Wagner high of seventy seven degrees while some clouds out there today possibility of a mountain shower don't expect much rain down here in the valley should be a nice weekend to be outside the cloudy sixty one in Las Vegas I'm John Schaefer on the new one oh one five F. M. seven twenty AM Kate on Las Vegas only FM news talk station the roads here's John Michaels Dr this report sponsored by Crohn's and colitis foundation police conducting a hit and run accident.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Schaeffer from Eyewitness News Madeleine list in today's Providence journal says faith leaders around the state or addressing concerns about this coronavirus the Roman Catholic diocese of Providence last week sent out information to pastors and administrators regarding strategies to prevent the spread of the illness originals are encouraged to avoid handshakes in braces and other types of physical contact including holding hands during the lord's prayer I would imagine they will eliminate the sign of peace to at least in the time being holy communion is not to be distributed from the chalice until the virus becomes less pervasive of those tasked with distributing holy communion should also be especially mindful of their personal hygiene and hand sanitizers should be made available at the doors of the church according to the diocese so the diocese also wrote that parishioners with serious symptoms should not attend mass of course you shouldn't the episcopal diocese of Rhode Island released a similar series of guidelines to including that parishes should consider rescheduling or canceling large gatherings or events if necessary the rabbi Sarah Mack of temple Beth el in Providence said that she had asked maintenance staff to clean and sanitize public areas more regularly rigorously than they usually do and she said that members of the clergy will also find a way to broadcast services of health authorities advise against holding gatherings but for now services will be held as scheduled so some of the but I'm in faith based leaders adopting some new guidelines to address this outbreak in the interim the average price of a gallon of gasoline here in the ocean status falling three cents in the past week according to trouble in the pro Joe self serve regular is down to an average of two dollars and forty three cents per gallon which is the same as the current national average so reflect that a year ago the average per gallon price in Rhode Island was seven cents lower so triple a spokesperson Lloyd Albert said healthy stock levels and cheaper crude prices have alleviated pain at the pump however maintenance season and the upcoming switch over to summer blends could break the downward trend in coming weeks good thing can't last forever right triple a found regular selling for as low as two dollars and twenty nine cents a gallon here in Rhode Island and somebody out there gouging your for two dollars and fifty nine cents a gallon Chris Matthews out at MSNBC the hardball host announcing his immediate retirement right at the start of yesterday show and then it might drop much to the chagrin of Steve Kornacki the NBC correspondent who had the finish the entire hour now Matthews had reportedly been in talks with the network about retirement after this upcoming election but recent accusations of inappropriate flirting by journalist Laura Bassett got him out sooner it's hard ball crew found out an hour and a half before you made a statement now before we left yesterday apologized for past comments about women's appearances he said quote compliments on a woman's appearance that some men including me might have once incorrectly thought were okay we're never okay and you know did not then and certainly not now and for making such comments in the past I'm sorry then the drop the Mike in Kannaki took over Matthews leaving MSNBC he's not leaving politics reportedly is currently working on another book plans to write and talk about politics when she around my producers and crew here in Washington and New York and my M. S. N. B. C. colleagues the words of Chris Matthews as he exit stage left Matthews is seventy four years old here's what your speech ready enough for former president Jimmy Carter super Tuesday looms large for the remaining democratic presidential candidates as fourteen states voters will head to the polls today and while front runner Bernie Sanders is expected to do well former vice president Joe Biden has new momentum and a few new endorsements to pardon scored a landslide as we know in Saturday's South Carolina primary and with that came the campaign exits of Thomas Dyer and people to judge while Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's vowed to keep going despite her poor finish well she's apparently had a change of heart did so yesterday not only that both she and bought a judge of thrown their support behind Biden so the democratic presidential candidate Biden says he's getting increased financial support to a lot of supporters stepped up to Alaska twenty four hours we raised over five million dollars a lot last night we raised a fair concern one of money this month and Biden says his message will lead him to victory on super Tuesday white working class folks people with African Americans and Hispanics people in the middle kind of women in the suburbs places I've always been very strong my whole career is no indication that Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren will take a similar path and with that in mind consider that we're about to see that in the massive spending a former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg we'll see if those results are positive for him this is the first time he's been on the ballot the super Tuesday states include California Texas Virginia Colorado North Carolina Minnesota and of course Massachusetts and we'll get a report live from one of our correspondents in Massachusetts for a sister station WBZ coming up in our our second hour today Donald Trump said the race is rigged against them just like it was in two thousand sixteen check this out.

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The Daily, The Weekly, the Apple Watch, and more Google Podcasts features

podnews

03:12 min | 3 years ago

The Daily, The Weekly, the Apple Watch, and more Google Podcasts features

"Borrow and Lisa Tobin from the daily how the subject of a long piece in the Hollywood reporter as they gear up for the weekly a thirty episode season on FX, and Hulu it launches in June network. Ten Australian television network owned by CBS has released its first podcast, the professor and the hack it's the first from the company's ten speaks division, and is a political podcast coinciding with the recently announced federal election in the country. It isn't yet in apple podcasts, though, megaphone post about the apple watch calling it podcasting 's stealth success story some advice for you today. Three ways to build and keep your radio or podcast audience willing to that for my show notes in our newsletter from backstage magazine jar audio looks at ideal analytics for branded podcasts billboard highlights. What makes a great podcast studio and Brent Schaeffer. Examines spotify's podcast analytics Spotify is using Instagram to advertise its podcast content. In Canada featured podcasts include Canada land front burner and the daily and Google podcasts appears to have many BBC podcasts back again this time via republished RSS feeds on feed burner. Meanwhile, explore topics you have listened to as a new section of the app leading you to Google searches about podcast, topics. You've listened to an auto generated popular with listeners of pod news panel appears to suggest well, we're not quite sure what it appears to suggest to be honest with you about the list includes disrupting Japan reconsider or Thomas cars and something to do with late night something or other anyway now the website link has disappeared from apple podcasts pages, we again wonder about the validity of the BBC's removal of their podcasts from Google podcast. That's three new podcast to tell you about today. Shell petro chemicals company has really states first podcast called the energy podcast. The bugle the audio newspaper for a visual world has moved to entail using the company's new RSS transfer feature the podcast used to be positive radio topa, but as recently attempted to gain even more independence much like the country of Andy Saltzman, the main host and western Ross weekly has a new game of thrones weekly podcast. We got some correspondence today. A few opinions on the problem with the word. Subscribe. We prefer to use the word listen as we say, but Jason rights. There's a big difference between the word subscribe in the word. Listen, listen to this podcast. Sounds like you're asking people to hear one episode. Subscribe to this podcast. Sounds like you're asking people to hear all of your episodes. Is you publish them? Meanwhile, Harris says I think subscribe used with one simple change can be even more enticing and helpful than listen. My solution is to take. The weakness of the words subscribe and turn it into a strength subscribe free. I think subscribed free Harris says is better than listen. Because you want to instruct them to find and click subscribe rather than just seek out a play button.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"The. Welcome to five minutes in churches, during hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson, where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people of aunts and even the places for the shape. The story of Christianity. This is our story our family history. Let's get started. One hundred seven years ago today Francis Schaeffer was born he was born on January thirtieth nineteen twelve he is going to live through most of the nineteen hundreds dying on may the fifteenth. Nineteen Eighty-four Francis. Schafer's a very significant figure in the twentieth century and here to commemorate his birthday. Let's talk a little bit about his life and legacy. You could divide his professional life up into three periods. The first as a pastor. So in nineteen thirty seven Francis Schaeffer began his pastoral ministry. He was married to Edith Seville. She was from a family of missionaries to China, and he began his pastor and the bible Presbyterian church and largely caught up in the fundamentalist debate there in the nineteen thirties and forties and. That was the first ten years of his professional ministry and nineteen forty seven. He made an exploratory trip to Europe. And shortly thereafter, he established what is the second phase of his life. The libary phase LA brea, of course, means shelter and shortly after nineteen forty seven the next floor, Tori, trip he aid and family established libary in the mountains of Switzerland. This was a place where mostly college age students, but any age could just show up and engage Francis Schaeffer in conversation, and they talked about everything they talked about French films. They talked about biblical texts. They talked about arguments for the existence of God, they talked about arguments against the existence of God and Schaffer used that conversation to lead many people young people to Christ. They were the quintessential seekers, and they would be backpacking through Europe, and they would make their way to libary, and they would bump into this. Guy with a goatee, and he were knickers, and he spoke with an interesting tone of voice and accent. And they would listen to him talk about the gospel in nineteen seventy six nineteen seventy seven we enter into the third face. So we've got Francis Schaeffer. The pastor nineteen thirty seven to forty seven. We've got Francis. Schaeffer the founder of libary nineteen forty seven to nineteen seventy seven then those final years of his life. We've got Francis Schaeffer the political activists he coins the term co belligerency this is the idea of joining shoulders with others orthodox or Roman Catholics not acknowledging that there's a similar belief here. But acknowledging that we have issues at stake in culture and society, and so coming together to talk about matters that were crucial matters of the sanctity of life and human dignity, you see this in his film series. How should we then live? You see it in the way, he attacked the abortion issue and suit up for the dignity of life. He was friends with then surgeon general C Everett Koop, and they teamed up to write a book whatever happened to the human race. And so here you have Francis Schaeffer, contributing not only to apologetic and writing these wonderful books. He is there and he is not silent. Of course, a book that God exists God has revealed himself in his word. You see him writing books about art? And you see him writing books about the consequences of ideas. You think of his little book escape from reason? There are many quotes from Francis Schaeffer. But let's just try this one on people today are trying to hang onto the dignity of man that they do not know how to because they have lost the truth that man is made in the image of God, we are watching our culture put into effect. The fact that when you tell men long enough that they are machines it soon begins to show in their actions. You. In whole culture, the theater of cruelty and violence in the streets in the death of man and art and life that is from Francis Schieffer's escape from reason. But he wasn't all pessimism in bad news. He was also about the good news of the gospel. So there it is the life of Francis Schaeffer born one hundred seven years ago this day, January thirty nine hundred twelve and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening, five minutes churches. For more information or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes. Trish history dot com.

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"schaeffer" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"schaeffer" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Retired plumber snack down cheeses there. There. Eric Schaeffer in North Dakota here today, by the way from New Hampshire that's Granitz door retriever Eighty-one pounds can take a loaf of bread down about twenty seconds. Only needs to slip or the plastic bag sticking out of the bread joy to accomplish that feat. When my twelve year old stinks retreat. I can hear him say eat at Cilicia Dennis McCann in Wisconsin. I'll be brief hotdogs four ounces. That's funny. Chuck and Leonard town, Maryland myself in the woman, I'm related to by marriage of three yorkies pinky, PU key and hope fifteen pounds combined shout out to my brother-in-law row. L- manga gone from El Paso, Texas. Who are introduced you show when we were driving around Germany. He weighs in about two twenty five. He doesn't mind the golf talk. But he doesn't like the Buzi stories. See the baby. Nothing but stores. Greg, Los Alamos, Mexico. Isn't that where they did the? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Treating Walker Coon hound thirty three pounds. But with only three legs to right leg right before. We rescued him a dog park. Once asked me has he always had three legs. I answered yes. He used to have four, but he's always had three. That's funny. Ryan in east new market. I haven't talked behind me a beagle. That has three legs as well. Brian east new market, Maryland chessy them like that dog reading chessy is bad blood like that dog in Brian east new bark in Maryland love, you love the show. But can you record Michael's demo tape for the golf channel off air? You see I'm usually driving while listening to the podcast, and well, it's hard to stay on the x million Michael always print something that you like Macedonia. Self-flagellation Ryan from Mercer Pennsylvania with the Super Bowl. This sunday. Tony sports books the prop bets on the Super Bowl. Some of my favorite include which coaches age will be closer to the combined. Points color of liquid dumped on the winning coach number of Donald Trump tweets on February third. I'm Jeff model have some narrative about these. And I'm sure the poof thrower will take the sleepy I've meet the press host from Steve the sycophant. I was tremendously impressed by your statement that Imos her big you've come a long way since you have trouble differentiating apes from monkeys. Now, if we can get you to explain the difference between emus cassowaries and ostriches you'll be on your way to total knowledge of mother nature then onto history. Nuclear physics can wait for another era from Steve Clemson in Edgewater, Maryland, why would anyone pay soliciting speech? So more importantly, how do you get kindergarten to sit still? From Tim Mobely in Odin in Maryland, Luke, proudly interjecting use a sleep mask during the Brooklyn was classic is lace than Luke is now satin my dog. Lisa is a diet coke away from eighty five pounds, Jerry chill guy. Ran here's a mural. This looks very good. It's a Muriel bowser. It looks like an Andy Warhol thing of Muriel bowser. And it's from Nick in Minneapolis. My free arts mission to chatter the mural mural ten feet four feet by four feet. Images of mayor, Muriel, bows. It took me two minutes on my iphone. Art is easy. Eat it. Mcmanus dog stats a plot? Hound sixty two pounds five dead rabbits lease that I have witnessed Dan, Sydney, which may be Sydney Australia disappointed loop. Did you talk about Billy Joel crashing Mercedes? I was waiting for the show's resident man of the people to say, oh, I was in that Mercedes with Billy after we sailed in from the amalfi coast, Scott. A one percent of one percent is Ross Mandel Arlington Virginia two thousand nineteen three. Lease surprising facts will all three three Tony departs pre tip from the wizards warriors game. Yeah. F- PC's a World Series title for the new Quincy sleep mask. Don't you actually stay? I sleep one percent better than everyone on it or perhaps tomorrow be on a yacht in the Bahamas. Come on, man. From Tim Rundle? Are you sure that Lucan Reginald or not the same person? Same social circle ever seen them in the same room together. This is Lewis he sends a picture one hundred twenty pounds at nine months at the pups in the park Dodger Stadium. That's Tim rental. If you're out on your bike, everyone is always do wear white. Whereas the k..

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University of Maryland student dies of virus that killed 11 children in New Jersey

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

University of Maryland student dies of virus that killed 11 children in New Jersey

"But as a monument to the sacrifices of America's veterans, and that's not all says Jonathan Schaeffer with the National Park Service symbolic link between north and south goings, it does between the Lincoln Memorial. Samba? Robert E Lee memorial also discovered during renovation markings on the granite left by the original crews that built the iconic bridge back in the nineteen thirties. Barbara Brett WMA Ellen WMA AL dot com. Coming Republican Senator Mitt Romney condemning the administration's comments on Saudi Arabia in a statement. The Senator elect writes the president. And secretary of state's Kush. Shook J comments are inconsistent with an enduring foreign policy with our national interest with basic human rights and with American greatness. Mitt Romney's statement comes after President Trump declined to blame the Saudi Crown prince for the murder of US based journalist Jamal kashogi. The CIA has reportedly concluded that the crown prince ordered the killing inside the Saudi consulate and Histon will Turkey correspondent, Linda Kenyon. A regulatory board is enforcing federal rules. Standing long standing and hit an oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. The government recently issued a new estimate that as much as twenty nine thousand gallons of oil is leaking every day from a broken oil platform owned by Taylor, energy a rupture. That's produced long oil slicks that often stretch for miles off the Louisiana coast at it's been doing that for fourteen years. The coastguard earlier ordered the company to install a new system to capture and remove the oil. Now, the interior board of land appeals is refusing to excuse. Taylor energy from acquire moments that the wells be permanently plugged on. Jan johnson. The thanksgiving holiday marks the start of the giving season. Those

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Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens

Arie

03:34 min | 4 years ago

Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens

"Of new england wbz news time five forty nine mostly cloudy right now relatively cooler today only sixty one degrees right now in boston good saturday morning i'm teeny gal wbz news top stories now more lawmakers are speaking out on the contentious policy that separates migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they are now dealing with a painstaking process a reuniting those children already separated with their families a widely circulated picture of a crying migrant girl that us mexican border is not what it seems apparently the child's father claims that girl was never separated from her mother representatives michael capuano and katherine clark will be part of the twenty group of democratic members of congress visiting the southern border the group plans to speak with children and parents who have been affected by president trump's family separation policy while touring a border patrol station and also centralized processing center analysts three people are shot and lynn overnight this happened near a law avenue limp elise are still investigating and still looking for suspects as well the family of a young girl who committed suicide in new hampshire is speaking out wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports the eleven year old endured months of bullying by fellow students step mom hopes schaefer was the one who found schuyler damaris after the fifth grader took her own life in her father's home skyler had left a note saying she just couldn't take the bullying anymore we're still pretty numb and in shock still trying to cross it what's going on and coming to terms with our new reality without our baby schaeffer says her stepdaughter was tormented by kids who said if they looked like schuyler they would kill themselves and the bullying was relentless school cyber bullying she couldn't get away from it no matter where she went the family will now focus its efforts on raising awareness about bullying and the fact that words can hurt kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty several affiliates of planned parenthood are suing the department of health and human services over its ongoing efforts to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program the lawsuits were filed in federal court in new york city and spokane washington by four different planned parenthood affiliates covering new york city and estates of alaska hawaii idaho iowa nebraska and washington planned parenthood says a lawsuits are intended to protect the future of a teen pregnancy prevention program from what they termed ineffective abstinence only curriculums the agency also says it has a right to change its funding priorities and policies wbz news time five fifty one and now the story students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland floor oughta are taking their march for our lives bus tour to wisconsin they are visiting house speaker paul ryan's office and also holding a news conference cbs is adam ducks ter has more students were in town as part of the road to change presser never visiting ryan's office they held a press conference to address ryan directly every time after a tragedy happened like in newtown the kids were too young and the parents were mortified about speaking out but we weren't there were some who disagree with the student's message price war oath to defend the constitution and these these this organization wants to take away part of the constitution so as a a servicemember taking off of office i feel it's important one of the goals of the bus tour is to educate young people and encourage them to vote and they may term elections this fall wbz news time five.

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