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De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers
"New York City is now requiring police officers firefighters and other municipal workers to get a covert backseat or be placed on unpaid leave mayor de Blasio said Wednesday the mandate affecting the nation's largest police department and more than a hundred thousand other city workers carries a November first deadline for getting the first vaccine does guards at reikers island will be subject to the mandate December first of the workers affected seventy one percent have already received at least one dose according to the city mayor de Blasio says workers to get their first shot by October twenty ninth at a city run vaccine site will get five hundred dollars he'd been wearing the mandate after instituting one for public school teachers this also sets up a potential showdown with unions who said they'd oppose a vaccine mandate I'm
Evangelical Hero Kelvin Cochran Accepts Position With Alliance Defending Freedom
"Back. I'm talking to Kelvin Cochran, facing the fire is the book. Kelvin, have you ever thought about the fact that your name Kelvin, many people think of temperatures? Yes, I think one of those divine indications that God probably wanted me to be a firefighter in the first place, before the foundation of the world as the virus. And aren't you glad your parents didn't name you Celsius? Or centigrade or fan? Kelvin is the one I would go with. I'm just telling you. So when the book you talk about your faith, what I did not know, and I'm not kidding until just now is that the way the alliance defending freedom walked with you through the hell of this experience. Made you decide you want to become a part of the alliance defending freedom. I didn't realize that. I was just going to talk to you today and we're doing this fundraiser with them trying to get people excited. But you are now a part of the alliance defending freedom, which I honestly did not know until a seconds ago. Yes, about three months ago, I was appointed to senior fellow and vice president for a lasting freedom. It's just another addition to the chapter of God's story in this whole saga of how I was a client. And then I was a member of the board of directors and now I'm on the executive team of alliance defending freedom. And one of the joys of this appointment Derek is one of my primary responsibilities is to develop a national deployment strategy to respond on behalf of any Christian who has publicly attacked for living out their faith. And so if you can imagine a coordinated effort from allies of alliance defending freedom, the body of Christ that every time a school teacher, a homeschool, mom, a firefighter or a police officer or whoever is a tax for living out their faith. We're going to have an organized coordinated response so that they all know as totally max sounds say help is on the way. And we'll do that every single time a believer is
Custody hearing for Norway bow-and-arrow suspect
"A man suspected of killing several people in a bow and arrow attack in the small Norwegian town is facing a custody hearing Danish national Espen Andersen Broughton will not appear in quotes because he has confessed to the killings and has agreed to be held in custody the small town of Kongsberg setup memorial in the central square where many came to lay flowers and light candles in memory of the victims local school teacher in guestbooks Bangalow brought her students to pay their respects to small communities so every almost everybody knows each other so it's a it is a very strange and said robin was handed over to medical authorities who tried to clarify whether he was saying at the time of the attack if the conclusion is he was not saying he cannot be punished for the acts but can instead be sentenced to compulsory mental health care I'm Karen Thomas
Christopher Rufo's Reaction to the Federalization of School Board Meetings
"Chris ruco senior fellow Manhattan institute who's been on top of this critical race theory issue for years Chris thank you for all that you've done and all that you're doing You know this national school board association letter I was an old school board member when I was 19 or 20 years old This board represents nobody This looks like an inside job They write a letter on the 29th with all these allegations of very few examples And to the president of the United States and then within 5 days the Department of Justice issues this Stasi like memo What do you make of this Yeah I think it's absolutely clear from the timing and also the context that school board officials as well as the national teachers union including Randy weingarten and the NEA which represent millions of public school teachers They're starting to lose the argument about critical race theory about masking and schools And so they realized that they have to take more heavy handed measures So they reached out to their longtime partners people who are willing to do their bidding and the Biden administration And you see immediate compliance and then immediate celebration from the school board association president from the national teachers union president This is a very clear politicization of the Justice Department of the FBI of the office of attorney general to send it very clear signal If you're protesting against the authorities in your local area we're going to monitor you We're going to suppress you We're going to chill your speech and you're very basic rights of speech and assembly I think it's very concerning And I'm glad that people are starting to take notice and push
De Blasio, Bill De Blasio And New York City discussed on AP News Radio
"The covert vaccine mandate takes effect today for New York City public school teachers and staff it's one of the first school district mandates in the country requiring employees to be vaccinated against the corona virus mayor bill de Blasio said unvaccinated employees would be placed on unpaid leave with vaccinated substitute teachers ready to step in as a Friday de Blasio said ninety three percent of teachers were vaccinated leaving about fifty four hundred on backs and ninety percent of the city's roughly one hundred and forty eight thousand public school staffers had gotten a shot the mandate does not include a test out option but does allow for medical and religious exemptions a similar order is set to go into effect in Los Angeles October fifteenth Julie
Supreme Court justice axes appeal of NYC school vaccine plan
"The Supreme Court declines to block New York city's covert vaccine mandate for public school teachers and other staff Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor your on Friday denied an emergency appeal from a group of public school teachers under the mandate rules the roughly one hundred and forty eight thousand school employees have until late Friday to get at least the first vaccine shot those who did not face suspension without pay when schools open on Monday and the mayor says substitute teachers who are vaccinated will fill their spots until they get the shots an attorney for the teachers who filed the appeal say they are disappointed but the fight will go on Julie Walker New York
Parents and Teacher Protest While Coronavirus Infections Rise in Children
"Parents protest masks in schools in Michigan New York City teachers protest against mandatory vaccinations as Tennessee reports fourteen thousand children infected with the corona virus Tennessee health commissioner Lisa Piercy says fourteen thousand children in the state were infected in the past week with covert nineteen up fifty seven percent jump from the week before in Pontiac Michigan parents protest against masks in schools people know what's right for them and right for their family in those decisions have been taken away from us that from W. X. Y. Z. in New York City public school teachers took to the streets denouncing orders that they and other school staffers be vaccinated no forced vaccines for adults or children top health officials in New Mexico are warning the state is about a week away from ration healthcare as infections continue to climb I timid wire
Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood
"You know there's a chapter in my book on happiness. My book on happiness is titled. Happiness is a serious problem there. A chapter in the book about believing your victim and how that makes it impossible to be happy. That's right you cannot be happy to the extent that you consider yourself a victim. I taught my children their victims of three things. They're all laziness and their own port city of making that. That's how i was raised. That's exactly how i was raised. There is no human on earth who cannot conjure up reasons to believe he or she is a victim. No one because everybody is a victim in some way. No one had a perfect upbringing. No one has a perfect nature. Everyone has to battle something some aspect of the way they were raised some tragedy that happened in their lives. Some built in problem with some built in health problem some built in weight problem. Some built in looks problem. No one escapes tragedy. It that human doesn't exist so the question in life is. Do you see yourself as a victim. And every non white non male in this country is told that they are victims of white males in particular white christian males in particular white christian. Hetero normative sis gender males the empty truly empty human beings that got. Phd's the nothing's the people devoid of any depth the unhappy empty souls that teach your children at forty fifty thousand dollars a year and that includes most high school. Teachers now
All NYC public school staff must be vaccinated
"Today, New Jersey became the latest state to mandate vaccines for state employees and public school teachers. But weekly covid testing will be offered as an alternative in New York City. That's no longer an option under a new vaccine mandate for school
New York City Officials Mandate Vaccinations for Public School Teachers and Staff
NYC Mandates Vaccinations for Public School Teachers, Staff
"New York City public schools the largest system in the U. S. is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for teachers and other staffers with no opt out option officials announced the new policy Monday classes start September thirteenth this marks the first blackout vaccine mandate for New York City workers the previous requirement was vaccinated or test and if you did not comply it was an unpaid suspension vaccine mandates for teachers in the U. S. are fairly rare so far though Washington state for one says teachers must be inoculated or face dismissal vaccinated test requirements are a bit more common a new poll from the Associated Press and R. C. center for public affairs research found that about six in ten Americans say teachers and eligible students should be required to get vaccinated and also wear masks Julie Walker New York
Washington State Requiring All Teachers, School Staff to Be Vaccinated
"Public charter and private school teachers and staff here in this state must be fully vaccinated or else risk losing their jobs. The deadline for full vaccination is October
California requires vaccines, tests for teachers and staff
"California's adopted a new vaccination policy for school teachers and staff while much of the nation grapples with growing coated nineteen cases affecting children more than eight hundred thousand California educators and support staff including bus drivers cafeteria workers and custodians we'll have to get vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen or face weekly testing of first in the nation says governor Gavin Newsom to address the number one anxiety that parents like myself that I have for young children and that is knowing that the schools are doing everything in their power to keep our kids safe in Georgia Macon county becomes the fourth school district to suspend in person learning because cobit counts continue to rise and some individual school districts in Florida Arizona and Texas are imposing mask mandates for schools even though their governor's band that type of health mandate I'm Jackie Quinn
Larry Elder Believes He Can Be California's First African American Governor - Here's Why
"Why do you have the idea that that you might be able to to win. Well i'm from the hood. I was born and raised in the area of la call. People union which then and now is heavily hispanic and then we moved uptown to south central and i went to public high schools. I can talk firsthand about what's going on with our schools. I can talk first. Hand to black and brown people. Living in the barrio. Living in the hood exactly what the democrats have done. I gave an interview recently to a newspaper called the sacramento black newspaper. And i can tell when i walked in eric. I get this look. I'm an uncle tom. I'm a sell out. I'm an oriole. I'm a coconut all the things i've been called over the years. That's a new one larry. I've never heard of coconut on the sideline out. Yeah i got it. And i can just tell by their body language that they weren't feeling me until i opened my mouth and i said aren't you tired. Aren't you tired of the two-thirds of black parents say they don't want to send their kids now. Back to the los angeles unified district in the fall. Because because of virtual education they were able to see the crappy education. These were getting. Aren't you tired of the fact that seventy five percent of black boys cannot read it. State level viciously. And i told him out of the three hundred public school teachers in california. Most people estimate that all public school teachers in america. Roughly five percent of the era are incompetence if that holds in california talking about fifteen thousand incompetent teachers most of whom were assigned to south central los angeles not to the valley not in the west side but the south central los angeles and yet. You're pulling that lever for the democratic party. The party that's largest funder of the the tissues union the largest funded democratic party forgiven. Do some and they're not giving parents what they want. Polls show that wacko. Brown parents overwhelmingly living in the inner city. Wants school choice yet. You pulling the democratic party. That's not giving you what you want. Aren't you sick of being used. Aren't you being betrayed now after that ran. I'm not saying eric. They became ronald reagan. republicans. But i can tell for the first time a light went on. And maybe just. Maybe they're going to go in there with secret. Ballot check larry. Ob even though he hasn't our next to his name. I told them you can vote for me without telling anybody if you're an independent without telling anybody that democrats because race crime has no color. It's up the declining. Paul schools have as no color. It's down homelessness has no color. It is and the outrageous cost of living has no color and that is why as i mentioned for the first time in our state's history people making between fifty and hundred k. Are leaving and the number. One reason cited leading is the price of a home. The average price of a home in california is one hundred fifty percent more than the national
GOP Recall Candidate Larry Elder Aims to Help Voters ‘Connect the Dots’
"Welcome back. This is ed morrissey of hot air dot com filling in for hugh today and welcoming our great friend larry elder to the show. Give us a check in on the california recall effort and his gubernatorial run. Larry great to talk to you today to thank you for having me appreciate it. So what is going on in the campaign here. I mean you've really shaken things up here you've you i think reenergize the whole recall effort by jumping into this. And i'm i'm thrilled for your for the energy that you're bringing into this. How how are you seeing things out there in the campaign trail well so far so good the polls show that. I'm head of my republican rivals. But that really isn't the issue the issue is the first part of the battle is very simple. Do you want this man. Gavin newsom recalled it fifty percent plus one voted So the second question is whom do you want to replace him now unless fifty percent plus one says they want to re recall gavin newsom. It doesn't matter however republicans do and that's why i'm urging all of my republican rivals to keep your eye on the prize and the prize. If you have a nuisance surprised is the two point. Two million californians that signed the petition to get this guy out at least a quarter than it or independence and democrats. Who voted for him. Two years earlier the are angry about the corona virus mandates then only angry about the mandates are angry about the accuracy. You know he said up there that french laundry restaurant with the very people that drafted the mandates violating the mandates not wearing masks and that socially meanwhile his own two kids were enjoying in-person private education or at least slammed down education for everybody else in the state now the educational system already pretty bad especially for urban students seventy five percent of black boys believe it or not in california cannot read at state levels of proficiency and those levels. Ain't very high. Nearly half of third graders cannot read it they levels of proficiency and they lost a whole year of school learning three hundred thousand public school teachers. It is estimated by everybody. I talk to that. At least five percent of them are incompetent. That fifteen thousand teachers who are not be teaching now that we're the lapd there's roughly ten thousand officers lapd had. Let's assume five percent of them were bad. That's five hundred officers that are planting evidence or engaging in excessive force racially profiling. We wouldn't put up with it. We're putting up with fifteen thousand. They had teachers. Many of whom ended up In the inner city they're not in the west side not in the valley there in the inner city. That's why two thirds of black parents. According to a recent report i read do not want to send their kids back to the los angeles school district in the fall. They argue that the teachers end up in the schools that need them. The most and this is the teacher's union They are the largest funder of my opponent. Gavin newsom they adamantly opposed choice in school because they know that the teachers will not automatically be union members and they won't automatically get those dues. So i am an adamant. Adamant adamant proponent of choice in public school and my opponent is opposed to it.
Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski Never Thought She'd Become State Official
"I'll be honest. I think like so many women i Did not ever be out where i am today like. I wasn't one of those kids in middle school. That was drying american flags and have the constitution memorized. And said i'm going to be wisconsin's next senator But with that sad. I was always really community oriented. I mean my parents were public school teachers. Ed when we we'd see trash on the highway. I was that kid that wanted to start a club where we would pick up from asking go recycle it and then we would take that money and give it to the homeless shelter Or we were. We had a big wolf population Issue in wisconsin and so i- second grade adopted a wolfpack in son raise. And the people. You that way you is that when you see something wrong you got the ended up in do something about it and i think that's really how i've lived my entire career. I mean i never thought. I would be an elected official in here. I am now you know. The state treasurer of wisconsin and it was because scott walker was trying to get rid of the state treasurer's office. I'm in two thousand eighteen. There was this constitutional amendment that he put on the ballot. Because you know. Rebecca hilly who needs checks and balances in government. I mean firing your chief financial officer then giving those responsibility to your ceo. I mean we would never do that in business. So why do we think that the government. And i've found myself leading a constitutional amendment to save the treasury office. They believed wisconsin state treasurer. When that happened we won that amendment by the way with sixty three percent of the vote. Which as all of us in purple states know that is a landslide. Victory and still. The question was well. Who's going to run for it and I i remember my grandma. Act was thinking about her. When i was debating what i should do and she she said about public service she was actually harder. The first group went into serb during world war two and when i was asking her about her public service she said sarah take Asked for forgiveness for
Oklahoma Board Approves Rules Banning Certain Race Theories
"School teachers in Oklahoma, they could have their licenses suspended for teaching certain concepts about racism, including that someone is inherently racist because of their own race or gender. The rules approved by Oklahoma's Board of Education today comply with the bill passed by the Republican led state legislature. Aimed at targeting a critical race theory. A rally on Wall Street
Who's Heard of the Scopes Monkey Trial?
"Steph across the threshold. To the little town of dayton tennessee population a hair under two thousand in the year. Nineteen hundred and twenty-five he's an old guy playing the banjo of the faithful as can be and the old. Five watt is the. This is the start of what came to be known as the monkey trial. It's one of the most famous trials in american history. The defendant john t scopes a high school teacher charged with the crime. Misdemeanor of teaching the theory of evolution. A lot of people think the arguments and this trial marked triumph of reason over superstition. Some of those people okay. I confess for a long time. I was one of them. Some of those people only really knew about this trial from a movie made about it in one thousand nine hundred sixty called inherit. The wind starts spencer. Tracy as the heroic lawyer for the defense fanaticism. Ignorance is forever visit and needs feeding. Soon your honor. We'll be watching back to the is that sixteenth century. When big it's burned be enlighten intelligence to the human mind
"school teacher" Discussed on WTOP
"Still under their direction. Meanwhile, northwest DC along Georgia Avenue, they tell us they've closed off a couple of blocks north of Missouri Avenue for a demonstration. I'm Jo Conway. W T a P TRAP. Storm team 44 Day forecast. We're going to go live to Samara. Theodore. Hey, everybody. I'm still tracking a few showers and even a few spots still in her flood warning, including central Prince George's County. As we head through the overnight hours rain chances with us. So excuse me got the hiccups and then tomorrow we are waking up to some rain showers, but they should taper off throughout much of the day. Temperatures are going to be in the low fifties. Tomorrow afternoon. It's going to feel much cooler, though, because of the wind gusting upwards of 2025 MPH for your Saturday we are waking up to quite the chill. Freeze warning in a fact for parts of the areas north and west of D C. And then we have a frost advisory for some counties close to the Beltway, including Montgomery County, parts of loud and county. Oh, and that's going to be from three M to 9 A.m. on Saturday morning by Saturday afternoon, Low fifties and a good amount of sunshine for your Halloween Sunday. High temperatures will be in the low sixties, a mix of sun and clouds of the chance for a shower late Sunday and then the cold returns. We're talking thirties again Sunday night, Upper forties Monday afternoon, but plenty of sunshine. 54 right now in D, C. 52 in Largo and 52 in Suitland. Alright Samara. It's a 51. Today. Three people were killed in a knife attack at a church in southern France. The attacker is suspected of being an Islamic extremist. It comes less than two weeks after the beheading of a school teacher, and it's raising concerns about a possible new wave of terrorism in France. Here's w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green the political fallout from from comments.
"school teacher" Discussed on 790 KABC
"He's back, you know before becoming a school teacher, but there's a lot of room for fraud. But has there been any proof of that? I want one, actually have you every thing on Mike? Mike? Let me ask you a question about what you just said, Because I kind of hear what you're saying, right? I mean, it's sort of the spirits always been that we all go to the polling station. And we do this thing that we've all been taught to do since we were kids. So I hear what you're saying. But let me ask you a question. Lee, let me turn this completely around. If we're really going to provide enough access to people, and we're going to give enough polling stations enough time to do it, It's gonna cost money. Now. Don't you think that we ought to try to still be judicious about the way we spend our money to get the vote to happen, too? I mean, that is a real factor here. Have you considered that? But it's just the idea that we're changing and established programme where you show up at a polling place. Okay? I mean, Let me I just want to finish with this. It's election day. It's not election season. Yes. They say that four million votes roughly have already been cast by mail already for two months. What is this? Come on, It's it's counter constitutional. Well, that's like if I may just this is just the fact that in in every election that we've had there have been millions and millions of votes. I'd have come in by mail. And that has happened through absentee ballots. It's happened through mail in voting. It's happened a lot of different ways over a lot of different circumstances for really as long as you and I have have well as long as we've been doing voting. It's just that this particular attention being paid. Now we've done past shows on this about how long the mail in votes been with us. And how the fact is, is that whether it's a mailed in vote or you do it at the polling station? It all gets counted by the same group of people and goes to the same essential process. And so yeah, Well, Mike Anyway, I want to thank you so much for tuning in, and I want to thank you so much for calling. You know you're gonna be up next. It looks like we're going toe is a time to take a short break. Now, folks, The topic of the day really is ah. Voting. Are we having a problem Is this something that is overblown? Or is it something that we really should dig our teeth end too, And we're also showing mad love for the late great Eddie Van Halen. You can reach us at 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 100 to 2 to 5 to 2. And if you want to join the debate as what was the greatest movie of the eighties greatest eighties movie? We kind of like to have your opinion. Jim thinks read, don, I think, Scarface. Um, but that movie aliens, aliens, not aliens. Yes. Don't turn your back on that. You're gonna be up next, folks. We're going to get to the bottom of this. This sound People live. Eric Early, is leading a revolution to change Congress by running against shady Adam Schiff. Schiff Tio, He's hitting the fan. Soon into the latest with Derek early for Congress Sunday evenings at eight PM tackling the issues you care about and asking you to be part of the conversation. You can actually come in and talk to him. The latest with Eric Early for Congress Sunday nights at 8 P.m.. Right here on K ABC..
"school teacher" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Us about life. Sunday school teacher shared this text with her young pupils. My yoke is easy. You can tell me what a yolk is, She asked. A boy raised his hand and said, a yolk is something they put on the necks of animals. Then the teacher asked. What is the yolk God puts on us. A quiet little girl raised her hand. It is God. Putting his arms around our necks. In these frightening days of a global pandemic. We need to be reminded of what God does for us. The message is very simple. In our pain, weariness, anger, fear and anxiety. God welcomes us. And promises to give us rest. In our confusion, despair, impatience and distraction. God guides us and teaches us the way of life. This good news does not take our struggles away. But we can find hope in the fact that the arms of Almighty God are lovingly placed around our necks. Your appearance needs to match your I d she said to me. Yes, it does. Jesus answers. Because of the answer that Jesus gave in his life, Death and resurrection. We can rejoice by saying he is the one who is to come. We don't need to wait for another. May God give you rest for your soul. Today. Would you pray with.
"school teacher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Three B. is available only to employees of the organization I'm guessing you were a school teacher or a nurse or house article I worked at a school concert so and and the reason I kinda knew that is a four three these are generally used by nonprofit organizations are most commonly schools and hospitals and so they're only available to current employees so you're not allowed to contribute to it any longer and that's why as you've noticed your employer isn't adding money to the account either because you're retired so the money the money is not dormant meaning it just is what it is and the only real question for you to ask is should you leave the money there in that account invested the way it was or should you roll it over to an Iraqi where you can invest it anyway you want if in an IRA account you have unlimited investment flexibility so you just have to decide what's the comparison you know is the are the investment you currently have good meaning are they low in cost or they low and risk are they providing you the opportunity for the rate of return that you need to achieve your financial goals or are there better options available outside of the plan that would necessitate you moving the money into an IRA to obtain them so that's the first question that we have to tackle is what to do with the money in the plant the second question is the one you really address obviously you want to keep investing you want to continue saving for your future denture yes and how can you do that since you're not allowed to invest in the for three day where can you invest that money let me ask you have you fully retired yes okay so you have no earned income of any kind at this stage and are you married no okay therefore you what you can do to continue investing is pretty much what is available to everybody you can simply open a brokerage account or a mutual fund account and invest through those when you open an account with mutual fund company or brokerage firm out of records from you again have virtually unlimited flexibility to invest anywhere you want in virtually any kind of investment stocks bonds government securities mutual funds exchange traded funds you I tease nobody's foreign securities analyst it's a supermarket and everything's available to you if you go to a mutual fund company you're only going to get obviously via mutual funds that company offers so you just have to decide which way you want to go about it most folks want to do all of this but don't have a lot of knowledge about how it was kind of easy in your four three B. because your your school system said here the choices available to you and it was a pretty small last year when you have a lot of options it's kind of easy to choose you know do you want placard you want white no that's about it when you've got a rainbow it becomes a lot harder to decide so what I would recommend instead of for you trying to figure out what investments to pick on your own talk with a financial adviser in other words if you weren't feeling well you know you would need to take medicine but most of us go to a doctor so the doctor tells us what medicine we ought to be taken which pill and how much of it when to take it and whether to take a weather without food same thing with investments go to a financial adviser who can tell you which investments you want to use how much of them meaning how much should you put into this investment versus bad investment how often should you add to those investments and what might the side effects bay of making those investment decisions that's what a financial adviser does for you and I think you're a perfect candidate for meeting with one to talk about how much money you have to invest where is the four three B. currently invested how long before you're going to need to withdraw the money and other factors so I would encourage you to meet with an adviser we happen to have an office in Houston not far from where you live and there are a lot of other talented financial advisors throughout the Houston area as well but we'd be happy to help you if you would like that would be fantastic because I don't have a clue from here okay so here's the good news you've asked all the right questions and you are an expert in you this is the thing that trips up a lot of people they think they have to become an expert on Wall Street and you don't have to what you need today is an expert in you meaning you know what your goals are you know what your attitude about risk is you know how much money you have you know how much money you're trying to add on a monthly basis and that information is all we need to be able to give you the advice you're looking for is also going to the doctor the doctor doesn't want you to be an expert and in pharmacology the doctor just wants you to be able to say where it hurts and right you're not hurting you and that's the key point so you're going about this all the right way and we'd be happy to help in fact if you like I'll put you on hold and I'll grab your phone number and then we'll all reach one of my colleagues to give you a call that would be great okay that would be great Rachel thank you so much for calling I really appreciate it thank you so much Rick you're welcome that was Rachel in Houston your situation I'm willing to bet is probably very similar to Rachel's you have money you want to continue saving money but you're not terribly sure how best to go about it won't do it Rachel did give us a call triple eight plane wreck I want to invite you as you're struggling with the uncertainties of today's economic and environment and your investment strategy questions that you can call us here at triple a plane wreck and to make it even easier.
"school teacher" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Welcome to the program what a great show for you today I am so excited we have the wheel of termination that is coming and we're gonna spend a little later on we're gonna find out who needs to be terminated who needs to be shot who needs to be driven out because they're a which without any without any trial or anything else well I mean we might put him on a stick and then dump them under water see if the flow and if they do we know we have to kill them but the cancer culture is just it's really just starting to get great black police officers have been fired without investigation for using non lethal tasers during a protest nurses been fired for calling looters on Facebook had we got her out of there Catholic high school teacher fired for denouncing the narrative southern Baptist has been fired after getting dragged online for citing the Bible man fired for posting video of citizens protecting the business's actors been fired for two weeks the existed when he was hired an elementary school teacher forced to resign for writing about protests Facebook another Catholic high school teacher has been fired proposed about race and the phone at the TV editor has been forced out for a photo they just found him in twenty thirteen dressed as a Porter Ricans area outside hello man well we got those done yesterday can we terminate today we need to look to our leaders because they know everything about dressing up as a stereo type work for in culture we go to LOC and the kneeling yesterday one minute this is the client that if you experience pain on a daily basis I know exactly how you feel it can be debilitating it can control your life the aches are easy to understand what it really hurts to do the basic chores emotionally the effects of pain can be just as dramatic I have spoken to so many people in this audience that it started to take relief factor the change emotionally is as dramatic as the physical relief maybe even more as you might know Tonya and I started taking relief after several months ago after about ten days subtle changes started to become significant and I've been able to stop taking all prescription pain medications all pain medications entirely and stop the terrible side effects of those awful drugs.
"school teacher" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Spirit is good I'm I'm a high school teacher and let's just been crazy crazy with everything going on and out the one thing I miss is getting off work being totally stressed out and going to a thrift store I'm sorry yeah are the thing I miss more than anything and that includes going to like habitat for humanity will like like the construction per store also you know I love there is yours I used to only go to thrift stores to get clothes for a handful of years started high school and the last in my twenties and you cannot replicate the aroma of us man and I don't say smell because I know that I know what you know I know how people feel about it but it's it's it's in a row you know there's there's there's there's a lot that are cleaner than others let's say that they were the good ones what subject ya know Jason okay so I I teach ceramics and it I'm probably in the worst position out of any teachers could how in the heck do you stand all the kids home and they would let them claim home could be so you can send germs on I said well it's you know a piece of wet clay is kind of like who'd like I don't think you're gonna transfer it on that but they're like no we don't wanna we don't have any germs home and you know other other places throughout the country are doing it and but our district is not doing it so Michael my supposed to do like well three lesson or whatever last week I had one out of a hundred and eighty five kids do the line there was a there might be a market for you do to to create World War two tanks chasing the other thing there you go you want to convince them to turn in their work town to make a bong well actually actually we have to have that talk at the beginning of every school year and a yeah I I paid them all right no hype no bond with the now anything and out one at least once a year I could just make one and kill you know because I have to fire everything in this twenty four cubic foot kiln and so I I literally touch every T. because then there and I'm like wait what this I never made the connection but one of my one of my roommates from college it was huge into ceramics and he's a huge pot head you just now made that kind of just made that connection J. simply for that thank you for being a teacher by the way appreciated thank you that Russell is calling hi Russell what do you miss okay and you know yeah I know about the backup the last fall into the restored to an off take it the neck but once they leave our kids like who wrote off the market and all that stuff I just really I like doing all that you know yeah that is a cool I've been there and probably couple years but it's just a cool it's gonna be where they'll handle buying is shirts from you know I'm sure cosco yeah yeah I I run it like a second hand vintage's Instagram it's advantage dot lock on Instagram so yeah I do like all my shopping at thrift stores thank secondhand stores and stuff like that stern a sense a pattern here Russell thank you for the call appreciate that Richard let me push that button Richard what's going on what do you miss fresh sushi you can't take it home it's just not the same thing it's it's got to be part of the product out of the cold fresh just sliced ready to go and I normally don't don't go to all you can eat sushi bars but I'm telling you there's one near me and the minute they open up I'm gonna be sick you can overdo it I think a lot of people are going to overdo it their first time back in a restaurant you have to last me for at least a week get out of my way yeah Kerry is calling that's a great name by the way what's going on not much yeah you know we're really miss is going to the Country Club your food fete Gerry do you spell it to ours no just one what do you do at the club great okay well you can do you a do you drink after you play golf to drink after you play tennis or I'm sorry yeah well during February going after the pool close to are you up what's your drink of choice number Luther trunk all right what about you good do you guys want a moment to her chief if this guy Jerry thanks for that we appreciate it Carlos Carlos your own Gary channel what are you gonna miss not wearing a mask I don't know if that would be an option but gonna miss out on about it you're not going to miss not what no wait you're not gonna miss she doesn't know where the man is going around in a statement there you go are you wear one right not gonna be worried about but I don't know that could be an option but I think it's just kind of sad that's going to be the new Norman style thanks for the call Carlos yeah it's going to be those masks are gonna be with us for a long time Greg Greg is called high grade euro caring Shannon Hey it could affect you guys you too not really one of the things I miss the most is being with friends just being in their company being around them you know my wife Julie is the one that gave me all his kidney what do you miss it do you have a great evening no you don't need when I get to talk back and forth everyone will but we haven't had a chance to get together since they were not yeah you know I I'm with you I'm I miss my friends I mean it you know just given the having a facetime calls is not the same thing and you know what I found out I was I'm I'm even missing like stranger interactions like interactions that you have every day with strangers in stores or wherever you're going to be jams fitness classes whatever I was on a call center call this morning and it with the credit card company because I forgot my password or whatever and and I'm talking to the customer service representative and I was enjoying it like I was enjoying the interaction with the stranger that I usually with lows right because he's so what other like where you have a yeah start talking don't make a completely personal I did I was like I was like thank you for your help Stephanie let myself pretty that's a beautiful name is family thanks for the call Greg Greg thank you and say I have a life will tell you that Tom is calling Hey Tom wait a minute Tom Tom Tom there you are well I would tell I miss going to the gym yeah hello yeah it just working out throw the plates around a little bit get your swallow on you miss that yeah exactly but I'll give you guys one of the thank you sure okay so I'm working on a little project and this Walgreens I confessed it a little bit you know like I said get out and do what I was doing so it's a question and answer thing then scored three questions about you can I ask you the question I hope so Jacob is ready to go but but yeah you go ahead and ask us all right okay so the first one is what is one of the happiest days you ally just one of them can I have a tie there's a time and a half to go with yes the kids yet or that wife thing the wife thing okay okay I I do get that a lot okay what is one of the saddest days of your life maybe maybe done especially the great flood of nineteen eighty two when your birthday party was cancelled or what about Kevin the cat you had to give away nonsense said I will go my dad died that was well not by might that be my dad's alive but I I could see how that would be very sad okay I don't know if I know what is it you can go back in time and change one thing what would you change because in our party question that is a good dinner party question and you save JFK error will probably that time I didn't win the lottery all right you can make it all about you and not about history and the American people I could do quite a bit of good with the amount of money really is going on with that lot of and I don't know and now build a children's hospital does my Easter like Peyton manning that yeah Aerion chairman will continue thank Tom call you hate is that they're all Tim right again on a second let me check this Daryl's at you again it it is ten and I got a bone to pick with Shannon good okay also we have more questions can you stay on the line absolutely right after I check out thank you may be the happiest day of my life now what did I do wrong for taking that first one okay they're also just about the **** or something about women about women yeah right wing your women mayors wife mellow well that's is a legit question I hope it's not that angry find out you can attack you with it is good shot Gary Indiana will continue Layla.
"school teacher" Discussed on The Daily Grind
"It's an expert of a sermon that Charles spurgeon delivered on Tuesday evening. May Fourth Eighteen fifty-eight Embu at Bloomsbury Chapel. And this is what he had to say. I see nothing in the Bible. That should lead me to believe that. The office of the preacher is more honorable than that of the teacher. It seems to me that every Sunday school teacher has a right to be put reverend before his name as much as I have. And if not if he discharges his trust he certainly is a honorable. He teaches his congregation in preaches to his class. I may preach to more and he to less but still he is doing the same work though in a small sphere. I am sure I can sympathize with Mr Kearney. When he said of his son Felix who left the missionary work to become an ambassador Felix has has traveled into an ambassador meaning to say that he was once a great person as a missionary but that he had he had afterwards accepted a comparatively comparatively insignificant office. So I think we may say of the Sabbath schoolteacher if he gives up his work because he cannot attend to it. An account of his enlarge business. He travels travails. His travels into a rich merchant. If he forsakes his teaching because he finds there is much else to do he reveals into something less than he was before with one exception if he is obligated to give up to tend to his own family in makes that family his Sabbath School Class. There is no derailing their. He stands in the same position as he did before. I say they who teach they who seek to pluck souls as brands from the burning are to be considered as honorable persons second far to him from whom they received their commission but still in some sweet sense lifted up to become fellows with him for he calls them his brethren and his friends there. We Go Charles Charles. Spurgeon next up of the sermon called The Sunday school teacher a steward and he pulls this from Luke Chapter Number Sixteen Verse Number. Two and he called him and said unto him. How is it that I hear? The this of the given account of their stewardship for Thou may be no longer stewart. He his main thing was here was give an account for the stewardship. And let's talk about stewardship. That is really a manager. Okay of of responsibility and someday one day we are going to give an account to God of our stewardship spurgeon mentioned that never looked down on children's work it is a serious responsibility a responsibility to teach them the things of God. If we look in James Chapter three verses one through two it says my brother be not many masters knowing that we shall receive a greater condemnation for in many things we offer all if any man offend not in word the same is a perfect man and able also to bridle the whole body so we need to look at the whole the whole focus of our responsibility and mostly talking to people that have children specifically in this message in this does not. This is not also. Don't don't think this message is also for the person that doesn't have a child because you may have a child or you have responsibility and you can apply this to whatever responsibility you have. We need to. We need to look in. Take care of our children. The ones that God has given us to be able to teach take care of and also to give a future now. That's the stewardship I'm talking about. That's stewardship is given to an account to God as children grow up. I remember with both of my boys. When is an adult and one is turning seventeen and a couple of days I think about when there are children when I first had him brought them home they didn't move? They just cried? And I changed your diaper and gave them food okay. It was a beautiful time in my life but I had a feed him had to clean them at wash them and I from that. They became toddlers and the destroyed stuff in the house. They climbed on stuff. They threw tantrums. They they did all the things that I think of a two year old right now. They become elementary. They ask questions. Daddy's everything to them in the world. Moms everything to the world and it's a beautiful time. They become teenagers. Oh there's other things in the world I must apply everything else in the world to what my parents teach me and I'll learn best way I possibly can. And then they become adults or they take a step and then they take what we applied to them as I walk on in life throughout the whole process is a responsibility of stewardship to them in. It is a struggling one. It is one that we have to that. We will give an account to God for in to do that. We have to be parents. We have to be the ones for the children. Not Giving our children to other people to raise or give our children to other people to educate our give our children to some other people to be able to socialize them. It is our responsibility and to do that. We have to be above reproach reproach on how we do it meaning that we need to educate ourselves in the sense of. I'm not asking you to get a bachelor's Master's doctorates saying get the research of yourself by asking wise counsel by going to the word God in just if you have the Logos Bible software if you just search wife husband man woman any of those. You'll get a plethora of resources that will tell you where to look in the Bible but we need to do the research to be to be a stewart. We have to put our best foot forward. And that's through the word of God. I'm talking about not by us. Giving the responsibility of teaching our children who Jesus Crisis Teaching our children those stories of the Bible teaching our children the word of God and to teach them the importance of fellowship and worship at Church. You see you just. Don't put the kid in the church. Say Make them religious. You just don't don't throw them over there. You as the parent need to study know. The Bible not perfect because no one is perfect but to get comfortable with the Bible and to get comfortable with going to church. Church is a beautiful thing. It's a place of family. It's a place fellowship in a few put church important in your life. It's also your social focal point for you and your family is the place where your children will get to know other children. It's a place where you get to know other adults and other families but we just don't throw over there to the church the Church take care of them macomb religious. We just don't throw them over to the school. Say School make him smart. Don't throw them over to the after school programs. Make Him Athlete Athlete. No that's our responsibility as being appearance. That's us that's mom. That's dad if you're a single mom or single dad that's you. That is the stewardship and wet. Spurgeon is bringing to. The point is don't overlook your children meaning that don't don't fall short of your stewardship your responsibility your management of your children place upon someone else. The sacrifice of being the parent like spurgeon was mentioning here and also all the other verses is that it is not an easy task. It's a dying task. It's a frustrating task. It's argumentative task between two adults husband. Wife to put it more bluntly but that's one where we have to turn to God. That's one where I know me personally just got I can't do it anymore. I don't know what needs to be done and praying. Give him the answer he needs as I have two boys spurgeon also put in the second note is if it is your responsibility. Thank God for the privilege and asked him to make you a faithful steward if we look at. First Corinthians chapter four the second versus says moreover it is required and Stewart's that a man be found faithful. Go back to that point. He stated it is your responsibility. Thank God for the privilege and asked him to make you a full Stewart. We we're retired and stewardship. We're required to be faithful. We need to be faithful and we need to realize first of all what is the priority in our life in my home that my children are expendable media and my wife and I can always have more children but they are very important in all seriousness. Because that child is going to leave the home and represent you and your family but most importantly he's going to represent his severe or her savior. Imagine if someone left your home and doesn't have a testimony for Jesus Christ because you as the parent wasn't a Stewart and showing them the Bible or wasn't a Stewart to educate them and they're now leaving your home and they can't spell or they can't do grammar. They can't write a sentence. You can't blame the school. You can't blame the church because I just told you hear that you're the Stewart. We are accountable. So do the best you possibly can right now and be faithful to God to husband and wife and two family which includes your children and be as Stewart for them. And you say well. I'm just a housewife. God gave that housewife. You and your husband. Those children don't think that they're just your husband's your wife's there for both of you and sometimes hearing these messages that I've that I've been speaking of are tough and you don't want to come to the realization that I just stink as a parent. Trust me I've had those conversations numerous times. I'm constantly apologizing to my kids. I wish I was a better parent. You can ask them but I do know that I have the best teacher for me in the best steward for me. Which is Jesus Christ and he wrote me the best instruction book in the world which is called the Bible and I can open it up or I can bring it on my screen or I can search words on the screen and it can bring me up all the verses or I can read chapter after chapter and verse after verse but I can get the knowledge right there. Don't be the one to turn to the neighbor at times when you have the responsibility. Don't be the one to turn to the talk shows on TV. Don't be the one to turn to the self help books come to the realization. Who gave you these children? It is God so therefore I need to get with God and see where he wants me to do with these children. And that's through the word of God nominal close today and I just want to end this with you if you do no apparent that struggling or having a hard time with their children or especially during this cova or this coverted whenever this gets published that regardless they're responsible please share it to them. Please share to other family.
"school teacher" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"In California and and we live what we're able to do when our kids with home schooling. I'm I'm a public schoolteacher. I'm really involved in ministry at my church my kids ministries in a direct college ministry church. While you guys are busy. You're busy busy bunch We love your family dearly. We're good friends with you guys and As a matter of fact your wife Leah and I are really good friends and her parents. The first time we met I think it was like twelve and her parents were mining. Garrett pre marriage counselors and that was twenty four years ago that was actually a little over them twenty four years ago because we are just celebrating our twenty th anniversary so yeah thank you only by the grace of God So it's been really neat to see your family Grow I know is to be kind of a little part of of helping with your wedding and So we've we've seen your your family grow from the very beginning and high because it's for the Internet. Connectivity is the best right right so for those watching this on video that Sophie in the back anyway I love your story of how been home schooled to where God has brought you today and I was talking to somebody recently and she said you know I. I don't see that a lot of homeschool graduates are doing a lot of things and being really successful in life. Now this is someone who comes from. Who does not come from a background of homeschooling and well? You know the reason that you may not see that quite yet is because whole first. Big Generation of home school graduates are just now really into their adult hood. They're in their maybe late twenties to mid thirties And really starting to shine as adults. And so you're one of those got his dense. Amazing things with you Talk a little bit first about what your home. School journey was like growing up. Because I know you are. I don't want to say I mean you might say unschooled but I won't say that you were unschooled but I know you had kind of a loose school structure Growing up and then to where you are today and what God is done with you so I don't know if I mentioned this by. My Dad was a public school teacher for thirty seven years. He was teaching high school And that's what sort of motivated him to make the decision to home school. It wasn't it wasn't necessarily. Because he wanted to protect us from indoctrination he just saw the system is broken. Educationally students were not learning. They were not being taught And so he realized I could do this better on my own And and he did I just finished my second masters degree. Most of my siblings out Masters degrees a lot of us are Very successful working professionals But because he because his response wasn't to try to maybe pull US OUT AND PROTECT FROM SYSTEM. Very educationally focused on. He had some radical ideas about how he was going to educate. Educate US and some some people might describe it as schooling but it wasn't because our mathematics was very structured so mathematics or something that we did every day we had to. We had to put in time. We had to work systematically through he wrote are Krige on mathematics or reading that was very structured readings very structured. He's sort of designed those keys. If you have your math you have your reading. You can do anything so outside of that. It was more Whatever are nationalists so like I remember one year high school instead of doing? Us history spent the entire year. Doing Research on George Washington just fascinated me and so I just I did also this research on him and I learned. Us history by studying the life of George Washington and so that that's that was sort of the UN schooling bid is. It was a little bit passion driven but the the math and the English portion. Where we're very sorry. My Dad is a strict grammarian. Even in my master's graduate programs I would send my research papers to him and say Hey. Can you check my grammar? And he would always inevitably something. I was hoping after my second masters degree on finally arrive. Where you WANNA go with by any errors but he can get always see them. Yeah so our.
"school teacher" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"DPO so I'm a public school teacher and I'm on my feet all day long that would be on concrete the pain would like shoot up my heels and just increased on the bottom of my feet then my back started hurting my husband I were driving and I went what there's a great store I'm greeted by this gal named mercy that was a perfect name for her and the cool thing about the good feet store is that you're able to try before you buy I had three fittings she was able to fit me with special arch supports and so I walked around the store within thirty minutes I started sobbing because I had no pain well if you're catering do something about it you don't have to grin and bear it you need to go to the store to get some arch support I'm Peter and that's my good big story see how they work for you with a free fitting a test at the good feet store visit the good feet store at millennium plaza and water towers the smartest began my brackets are stacked this honesty for thank you got it figured out wait while I actually okay let's see where this advance in the top sixteen some state boards two thousand nineteen Ford ranger XLT four by two I feel pretty good about the two thousand nineteen forty because sports has the tools in the top four I definitely see the twenty twenty four Stephen Ford explorer the prices are amazing in the and so forth ask what's on stage award drive the twenty nineteen.
"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here we have a school teacher with us I'm here with the cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle with department of public health director Dr in Gaza is he gay with Illinois emergency management agency director general Alicia Tate Nadeau and commissioner of the Chicago department of public health Dr Allison are witty I want to thank the leaders who are standing with me today and those in counties all across our state who are working day and night in our response to corona virus as I mentioned yesterday my administration will be hosting daily press conferences on the current state of covert nineteen in Illinois depending on the updates at hand you may see any combination of myself doctor is he gay I am a director general Tate Nadeau and other senior leaders of my administration and elected officials and public health experts from other levels of government each day at two thirty PM we can also be viewed via live stream at Illinois dot gov slash live video since our last press conference yesterday afternoon there are eight additional cases here in Illinois our total case count is now nineteen these new cases include our first two from outside of cook county these two cases outside of cook county a man in his late teens with ties to lake and McHenry counties and an unrelated individual in her sixties from Kane county are not health care workers have no history and have not had close contact with any known positive covert nineteen case since health officials cannot determine the origin of these two unrelated cases each likely reflects community transmission of the virus in a moment I'll ask Dr Izzie Kay and Dr are would be to elaborate on the medical details of these eight cases as well as provide an update on the eleven previously announced but I want to share that we have been in contact with officials from all of the impacted counties directly about the next steps in containment and protecting our most vulnerable residents as anticipated we have reached the point where we're likely to see additional cases reflecting additional spread within the communities each day forward we have been preparing for this for months and are fully coordinating across state and local governments to minimize further spread it as best we can yesterday I issued a disaster proclamation illinois' version of a state of emergency and this is the next phase in a long developed response we're now operating with a state emergency operations center at the heart of our response because of this proclamation all our tools are in play and rapidly available for deployment to assist all our cities and counties across southern central and northern Illinois as the situation has involved I've consistently reminded you that Illinois has one of the strongest public health systems in the nation we were among the first states in the nation able to test for covert nineteen which we are now doing in Chicago in Springfield and Carbondale and we anticipate commercial expansion in the near future of course we must also contend with the reality that our capacity cannot be separated from the material response of the federal government our federal partners I have personally reached out to senior federal officials to demand that we get more tests as soon as possible it's critical to our response enter the response of every state and jurisdiction across the nation that as we see a national surge in cases we are matching that with a rapid increase in testing in order to best care for our patients we need to be able to gauge the exact scope of covert nineteen spread and it is imperative that the federal government provide leadership here at the state level we're continuing to make all necessary preparations to advance our public health systems and we're doing so with a particular focus on the safety of our most vulnerable residents at the core of our efforts paying special attention to our nursing homes are veterans homes and long term care facilities we've implemented new staffing procedures and issued strict guidelines around restricting visitors at the facilities that we control yesterday we also hosted a weapon are with over four hundred representatives from nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the state and are working closely with the various statewide associations of private owners to ensure that they match our efforts with similarly strict guidelines as always we encourage everyone to check in on their elderly friends relatives and neighbors to wash their hands regularly and vigorously and to use precautions about large crowds we will continue to keep your fully updated and informed as we move forward I thank you very much and now I'd like to turn it over to cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle good afternoon thank you governor Pritzker for your attention to.
"school teacher" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Cases than any firm in America every year and that's important it sure is companies know which law firms try cases in which firms settle cheap your case value is different in the hands of different lawyers I've been around a long time sock callous battles we are fighters who take on giants in some cases you hired your lawyer without doing your research and you could just as quickly far them if you doubt thank you made a mistake you only get one swing at the plate Morgan Morgan for the people dot com offices Orlando so I'm a public school teacher and I'm on my feet all day long that would be on concrete the pain would like shoot up my heels and just increased on the bottom of my feet then my back started hurting so my husband I were driving and I went what there's a store I'm greeted by this gal named mercy that was a perfect name for her and the cool thing about the good faith store is that you're able to try before you buy I had three settings she was able to fit me with special arch support and so I walked around the store within thirty minutes I started sobbing because I had no pain well if you're trader earning do something about it you don't have to grin and bear it you need to go to the store and get some arch support I'm Peter and that's my good big story see how they work for you with a free fitting in test one at the good feed store visit the good pizza store at melania plaza and water towers this is ninety six point five W. DPO do exist world vision is all I know is.
"school teacher" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"An elementary school teacher in Washington state died from exposure during this week's snowstorm Kathy Jenks was reported missing on Monday heavy snow fell Sunday evening into Monday morning temperatures dipped into the upper twenties her body was found by somebody in a neighborhood passing by now the medical examiner in Snohomish county reports Jenks died of hypothermia little cedars elementary school he sent a letter to families telling them of the news police believe her death was accidental Alex stone ABC news the Senate starts the impeachment trial on Tuesday Oregon senator Ron Wyden says he is working for a just outcome and not a political decision white and says new evidence needs to be considered including the documents about comments from the president's attorney Rudy guiliani saying that it was his mission Mr Giuliani's mission to dig up dirt and he was doing it at the direction the president says he believes witness testimony needs to be taken in the documents in the case considered in order to reach due process the Supreme Court is agreeing to take up a case that raises questions about the electoral college the question is whether electors are required to follow the results of the popular vote or are they free to vote as they wish the United States is always elected the president and vice president for the electoral system never directly from a popular vote more than half of the states have laws requiring electors to obey the results of the popular vote in their states and cast their ballots accordingly the jury is seated in the Harvey Weinstein trial a jury of seven men and five women has been selected to hear the evidence against Harvey Weinstein who was charged with five felony counts of rape in forcible sex assault it took nearly two weeks to choose the jury and the defense complaints that excessive publicity made fairness impossible prosecutors stressed the need for jurors to pay close attention to potentially disturbing testimony from witnesses who could be panic stricken the defense as jurors whether they could a quick one Steen even if it's not the popular verdict Erin Peters ski ABC news New York for the first time since twenty twelve Iran supremely led the Friday Muslim prayers in Tehran and he slammed president trump Arron supreme leader under fire at home for the downing of a commercial airliner went on the attack against the U. S. in his first Friday sermon in eight years Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called president trump a quote clown who put a poisonous dagger in the backs of Iranians the president publicly supported Ronnie an anti government protesters common they also implied a Ron may attack more U. S. troops in assets as he promised to force American troops out of the Middle East Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem in plaster county California one person was killed another person suffered a serious injury in an avalanche now the alpine meadows ski resort yeah but he's and a search rescue team of now called off the search for any other possible victims marijuana and CB research is limited by federal laws Oregon congressman break Walden says many of the products promise health benefits while there's potential for C. B. D. to provide real patient benefit the research and science lags far behind the market the agencies are struggling to catch up mom says allows me to change to allow research but he opposes the listing marijuana as a controlled substance until more research is complete Walton's energy and commerce committee is considering several bills that would allow more research into marijuana and see beauty products on Wall Street today the Dow ended the day up fifty points nasdaq.
"school teacher" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Two years old he's a retired school teacher so man it's incredible he walks in the office and within minutes everyone is around him and he's talking to them and making people feel at ease he is a patient with cancer and he's making other people feel at ease Roy walked into my office five years ago with a mass in this guy out in a mass in his flank and it was seen by doctors of the biggest hospitals and well someone to give came on someone this is someone who is that and he just didn't understand what they're talking about and he walked in he heard about our work and we sat down with the examine him always states of opera we found the other cancer lymphoma of the scalp and of the skin yeah the follicular lymphoma and that was growing and growing and unsightly and painful and worries some and you went to the doctors the biggest hospital someone again came also didn't want to give him money didn't sort of understand what they're talking about it was a communication issue there like summer like so pushing the Pushkin chemo somewhere so person to get out the door he just didn't understand and finally came here and we spent a lot of time like we do with most patients a lot of time to explain what's going on so the patient and their family their loved ones understand what's going on and we talk about all the options and he never heard about all the options it was all came or not came or not cable today or tomorrow and so we offer to all the options you chose radiosurgery for these masses he chose radio thirty five years ago for as follicular lymphoma and serve as a.
"school teacher" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"School teacher I taught American history one of my favorite periods to teach was the reconstruction that was right after the civil war you had the south of that saw its first black Republicans voted into office and for Americans of African descent you know the Republican Party was the party of Lincoln Lincoln who freed the slaves any state that way all the way into the nineteen thirties it wasn't until after the are that we started seeing a switch and that's which occurred primarily because of the Great Depression and FDR's had a a brilliant a marketing campaign even though FDR was not done well well even for his day it was a he was a racist but he Eleanor she was not so decent up pictures of her Hey get black folks to come on over to the Democrats say plus you had the you had the big government programs that were billing people out doing a doing a poverty during the depression but whenever I used to get to teach about this period is my stood over to price what do you mean black folks used to vote for Republicans yes they were surprised when we talk about the birth of the klu Klux Klan which party supported them it was just a the military arm of the of the Democrat party all the way into the nineteen sixty the civil rights movement they were surprised to find out that it was basically Kerry by Republicans they were surprised to find out that all of the the people were not position from the clan to to that shares and dolls and that stuff where the Democrats so we got to the point where you know you reach school of the university in the seventies late seventies eighties specially this top teaching that sort of like a cognitive dissidence now was gonna one step further I saw something on MSNBC that was quite shocking you at eight AM joy joy Reid she's out there saying that Republicans have read versus direction from anti slavery origins really so it's not that easy did the Republican Party flip from being the party of Lincoln and to slavery to being pro slavery what happened they enjoy joy Reda she was a using an article from The New York Times this call Donald Trump meet your precursor it was talking about how Donald Trump is sort of like a Johnson Andrew Johnson the race is Andrew Johnson who took over office after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in this whole thing was absolutely fascinating listen to how joy read lips this script your book is actually from The New York Times and is a vehicle dump truck meet your premier precursor about the shared the things that they have in common it's it's what most significantly both men this is trump manager job and made an undisguised championship of white supremacy the lode star of the presidency that played on the politics of racial division Johnson pedal the racist myth that southern white voters were victimized by black emancipation citizenship which became an article of faith among lost because proponents of the postwar south the irony of course is that.
"school teacher" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that's it see they want to be here I hope you learned something my dad said those sort of things all the time I hope you've learned something my dad is very Sirius stern and and this impatient man and day as well as many other had had a hand in everything I don't have a hand in everything would be doing the dishes or something like that a data push us out of the way because when washing the forks probably one of those men I had ever had everything is everything in my life he dominated my life growing up and went to work with him on the pick from every single day me and my brothers working on the pic common and have it wasn't just a pick from he was also my school teacher and I mean a teacher at my school I mean my teacher teaching me every single day at school in this tiny little farming community as well the same every day at school as well in every night working on the pic family wasn't just my school teacher either was also the bus driver from teachers ever does drive us home and then we did it would have to work on the pick from off of that as well so only my brothers had the weekends weekends were at times offering and on Sundays me and my family would go to church that was the minister at the local church cool I have a Saturday Saturdays my response from data no you do underground the farm in rural South Australia doing Saturdays's play sports that was my football coach my possible coach my tennis coach with everything in my life is very stern Sirius an impatient man any and I remember the kid one of the things you he says never said a swear word in his entire life and we would say how this puzzled at how is this possible you've never said a swear word and have the same answer every time he said they were other would you can use and there's no need for that language and I'm getting up and walk around the back of the car at night time in the darkness and hit his shouldn't so hard on the tow bar of the comedy just dropped to his knees looked up at the moon raised his fists and just tell he'll what can we do that when he yells the.
"school teacher" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Is back I had lunch with a friend recently team who is a school teacher and and he told me about buy something I'd never heard of before which is that there's a whole genre of literature now that is being talked to kids who are you know six seventh eighth grade level and it's supposed to be books that they will relate to because they are written from the perspective of people who are living in similar circumstances to them I think this is a very strange idea I guess first of all I remember reading books about you know talking frogs and people from different centuries of history and people from alternate universes and all it all kinds of things I don't remember ever thinking I need to read a book with people who live in a similar circumstance to me and whose lives are like mine in the current era of American history but there's a hold there's a whole genre of literature and this is what they are now teaching kids in school to to the point where you know the all have young minority students for example who are reading books that are about growing up in in a housing project where you know you're you don't have a dad and your mom is like having an affair with with the mail man and there's you know gang violence on the streets and all this stuff now in a in a certain context I can understand the the theory here at your people deal relate to what they're learning about but also what about the aspirational aspect of the creative what about the escape from reality is that creativity whether through literature through movies through music gives all of us shouldn't that be that that is our shared inheritance as as human beings and that you have these great works of of literature of genius you have remote start inch and Shakespeare in these these are things that the longer these are individuals in their bodies of work they belong to all of us to everyone and yet there seems to be along with the woke may send the diversity obsession no no let's said man the creative arts and and let's segment literature specifically so that certain people read certain things other people read other things I brings up so I saw this piece in the federalist today by joy Pohlman and it's a they look at the back to school catalog for grades three to six from scholastic which is a big children's publisher and this is books that are selected through a partnership with the identity politics pressure group we need diverse books here are some of the things they talk about quote there's a graphic novel it was during the plight of Syrian refugees titled unwanted inside a company by depictions of mass misery repression author Dan brown says that he visited several refugee camps and made me more sensitive witness to the refugees dilemma okay minister administer refugee camps of but it gets a little bit more interesting there's a novel about a middle school girl who is cast as Romeo in the school production of Romeo and Juliet and find yourself attracted to the also female lead playing Juliet is it possible to be bisexual in middle school the catalog breathlessly asks your books for the books for kids the fourth and fifth graders okay this is what this is what scholastic publishers are recommending for people of even though quote feminism is going out of style thanks to transgenderism there remain in this glass to catalog several P. onto the celebratory in politics neutral approach to life that includes what would she do give sat where girls can be twenty five rebel women who change history by daring to challenge inequality gender stereotyping body shaming and bullying our I don't know folks whatever happened a Moby Dick whatever happened to you know the wind in the willows through the line the witch in the wardrobe to the chronicles of Narnia as Tolkien I I don't I'm just whatever you prefer mark what are some of your favorite all time books you read as a kid a definitely a Harry potter series Harry potter series all even take that we have to read books about whether you'd be bisexual in the fifth grade and this is not exaggerated all right wing or get upset why can't we share worthwhile literature with our children these days what why isn't that the focus I just want to know the stories that.
"school teacher" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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