31 Burst results for "Schrader"

Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

"Served in the intelligence community. You've trained the IC members of the military. You know the swamp very, very well. I have to ask you the question I ask the Republican politicians who come on this show. Have you met today? Because I can't see it. You can say I'm in my conservative talk show host bubble, but I'm trying to find those Democrat thought leaders, members of Congress, whatever media types you want to classify the matters, who are sane, who you can have a discussion with or who are prepared to say, you know what Ilhan Omar did yesterday or the faking of the handcuffs by AOC or Maxine waters saying literally screw the Supreme Court. We're going to resist. Have you found people who are prepared to voice a little bit of dissent with their own political click? No, and I'll tell you, before I left the Democratic Party, the one of the things that I was writing about, and I was making phone calls and emails saying, look, you all are more conservative or even moderate Democrats, you are going to be run out of office. So if for no other reason for your own political survival, stand up to these people, radical elements of the Democratic Party. And they didn't. So I'll tell you in Oregon, my home state. There was a representative who had been there for many years. I think Schrader Schroeder is his name. Well, he got tossed out by a more radical member of his own party. And so you see that throughout the country, they are being tossed aside by the more radical elements, and they should have years ago taken the advice of most of us who are like, you are losing the party and you're going to lose the country because you deserve it. You're not standing up for sanity for this country and you're letting the more radical elements the violent elements and fundamentally the anti American elements of the left rise up. So they're paying the price. And frankly, they should.

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"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Them, I think it's equally as fascinating to hear their story and why they believe what they believe. So as we start to wind down here a couple more things about the congressional hearings that they said that there were 11 near misses between unknown objects and U.S. Military assets. Right, talking about that for because that's a pretty big admission for them to say that. Yeah, I copied that brace on the meeting that there have been at least 11 near misses between U.S. Military aircraft and UAP also said that the U.S. Military hasn't tried to communicate with the UAP, including the unexplained object in the video that they showed earlier during the peering. Which may or may not be controlled in flight. And representative Gallagher is like, wait, so we're not hailing it. We're not, I guess we're all thinking Star Trek, right? The klingon ship, right? Right. Right, right. Nobody's calling out to it. We see these craft and everybody's just kind of like, oh, look at that. What is that? They're talking between each other, but nobody's calling. And I guess maybe you're thinking, well, are you even on the same radio frequency? But yeah, the fact that we've had 11 near misses with these craft tells you something. And there is belief that there have been strikes that have taken place and that they buried that and haven't talked about it. There's also, if you love history, Chris, you can actually go back and dig up. There's a story that the red baron shot one down. Oh, wow. First Snoopy, now UFOs. This guy won't let up. Well, that's back in that's back in World War I, right? Right, yeah. There was claims that he had shot down a craft that they could not identify. And he shot it down and some have come back to try to debunk this claim and that there's no official writing of it. But again, during wartime, would you officially admit that you just saw a UFO? Right. And during wartime, the Foo Fighters, right? These guys were seeing these things flying alongside him. That's what's always made me wonder, are these craft us from the future? What we know of history is only what the winners tell us. Good point. Are we going back and going back to reexamine history? As it unfolds to be able to say, no, this is what really happened. When Pope John Paul died and they were going to announce the next Pope. The Vatican, that is controlled airspace. And I believe it was MSNBC that had footage that as they were releasing the grace smoke that they had chosen a new Pope. There's a craft hovering in the sky, and they all started talking about it. So all of these things, there were UFOs cited in the skies over New York prior to the 9 11 attacks. Were they there to witness before and after? It's strange, or are people just trying to pigeonhole things? No, like you said, there's so much there. Was there any last notes from the hearings that you wanted to bring up? I think we have to be patient with this. I think the rabbit is out of the hat now. I think we're going to get more information. It's not going to come at the speed. We've wanted it, but we've waited since 1947 for some official acknowledgment we're getting it. But I think we're also at a very dangerous time in our history, where we have to be very cautious with what we do release because we need to know for certain that this isn't our enemy and that we're not setting ourselves up for a fall by having a black eye and looking like idiots when we call this alien and then they come in and kick our ass. We're going to have to be extremely cautious. So I'm just asking people that are fascinated by the subject and want more information be patient, listen to what they're saying. Look at who's making these comments and what are propagating the field and if they're giving us enough nuggets to show us that they are taking this seriously, I'm cool with them taking their time to get the information out there officially. They're still protecting people from 1947. They're still protecting people from the Kennedy assassination. We haven't even gotten that information, which we're supposed to be released to us. Right. So this can change a lot in the world. So we do have to take it carefully. And the government has painted themselves into a very awkward position. And we have to understand this. This is why I'm giving them some kind of room to move, because once you've spent this many years saying, no, it doesn't exist. I've said since I started doing paranormal radio back in 2006, when they announced this, it's going to be stuff they're going to admit to you that's taking place right now. I don't think they'll ever go back and admit to Roswell. Yeah. Because if they do that, all that does is then blow up. You see how people are reactive now to the government's hiding things from us. Right. If we officially acknowledge, yeah, we hid this from you. What else did you Kennedy was assassinated by Bigfoot? Yeah. It's going to be what else is going to come out in all every QAnon crazy is going to come out there with some lunatic fringe element of what's really taking place. So I think they have to be cautious with what comes out now. So I think we're only going to hear about things from 2009. And that's what they're going to agree existed in what we've never known. We've never had the ability to check like we do now. And I think that'll be their plausible deniability. But I think we're closer now than ever to see things. If you don't mind me plugging really quickly, I did an episode a few weeks back on my show, the paranormal 60. And I talked to Scott Walter, the forensic geologist from America on earth. This guy is a forensic geologist. He knows his stuff he's in the science of this and he is the last guy on earth I would believe would be talking to me about aliens and UFOs and we spend the first half of that episode talking about the renaissance art and I show examples on my YouTube page. And then he unearths these images and these items that he is uncovered and he owns. And they are astounding. I sent you a picture of one of them. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. And this has got him stymied. He can't explain it, but he does know that some of the items. He was able to date because of the way they were put together, he was able to take some of the adhesive that they had used for putting pieces together on this. Some came back as old as 12,000 years old, some 5600 some 8200. Wow. These are very clear depictions of aliens and alien civilizations. And they're amazing pieces. So I recommend people go check out that episode. It's called alien artifacts or fiction. Scott Walter, but that was that blew my mind and the stuff that he had, and I got to see it, touch it, experience it, photograph it for myself, and this stuff I think is going to blow the lid off of a lot of skeptics out there if they give this a chance. And Scott's working diligently to try to continue to scientifically look at these items and see what he can prove. Last two questions. So how did they end off the congressional hearings to stay tuned or here's what we know so far? And when we get more information, basically, this is it. We thank you for your patience, your understanding, thank Congress for allowing them to have this. Now we have to say, good night..

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"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Out there. That's the volcano they believe is a dormant volcano that these craft uses. A base. And I'm kind of like, okay. But I can't explain it. It's cloudy. There's no rain. There's no thunder, but there's these lights pulsing in the clouds above volcano. So I start thinking, all right, this is atmospheric conditions, right? There's got to be gases and heat coming up from even a dormant volcano. It's going to be releasing that, playing off the low pressure system of the clouds. We're just getting that. So I kind of dismiss it, but in the back of my head, I'm like, that's weird. That is still very weird to see. And then I come back the next night, clear night. We're watching these things moving through the sky and they come flying over in a straight line and then bank off at a 90° turn and take off like a bat out of hell. They would blink at us flashing us and then take off so the third night I go out in the field and instead of looking at mount Adams, I turn around and I face everybody. And I'm looking at the back part of his property and he's got all these pine trees and tall trees back there and I'm watching and we're out there for about an hour. All of a sudden, Chris, I see this thing come out from behind one of the pine trees. It's flying like it's swimming in the sky. It looks almost like a manta ray without a tail. It swims out across the sky. It's blue. And it's like that ice pack blue, so it's got that iridescent glow to it. Yeah. It's not lighting up the sky, but it is self contained light and it flies across the sky. It was so weird. I thought this looked like a bad 1980s music video effect. I think he's projecting something. There's a screen between those trees. He just suckered me, so I start running towards it. Yeah. I grab up some rocks as I'm running towards it, and I'm throwing rocks between the trees waiting to hear that something slapped nothing. And I'm out there and I walk all the way and I walked a long way to get to that area and I walked through the trees and there's nothing there. And I come back and James is just very calm, has this kind of smirk. What'd you see? I go, I don't know, James. He goes, we'll just grab it to me. And I said, well, it was glowing blue. And it didn't fly it looked like it was swimming across the sky. It looked like it was alive, and he goes, oh yeah, he goes, those are half living half biological craft. That's how they get in between dimensions. Wow. And my brain just froze. And I looked at him and I'm like, I saw this thing. I can't think of a better explanation than what you just gave me, but how high are you? Because he was so, and then he said to me, he goes, and now that you've seen him and now that they know you're sincere about looking, you'll see them again, you'll see more. I've looked to the sky so many times and I've seen amazing light shows and weird things in the sky that once you open up to it, man, I firmly do believe there is some kind of connection that you start to get. And it's easy to write it off as you want to and maybe you're projecting and thinking and what's a normal light system or a normal craft in the sky you're allowing yourself to believe as UFOs, but if I were the only one I think I'm nuts, but I've been around other people that have witnessed these things with me and there's no explanation for it. But yeah, he talks to him. These friends with these aliens. But even whitley strieber, who wrote the book communion and movie communion, when I first had him on the show, I know our listeners were really psyched, and I was a skeptic. I'm like, this guy writes movies. Right. He was a screenwriter before this. And he wasn't a very successful screenwriter, but he was a screenwriter, and he had written before, and he had stuff out there. It wasn't until he connected with communion. So I asked him on the show, he said, so whitley, if this happened, why did you write it as a novel? Why wasn't it just your experience? He goes, oh, publishers wouldn't touch it if it was real. You know, I had to write it in a novel form. And I'm like, okay, and it's the interview progressed. He's even questioning his self on his Israel or did he imagine it? And then I ask him something and he starts, yeah, it was real. It raped me. It raped me, it hurt me. It touched me. It did these things. And I'm like, my God. Okay. We visit with him. Again, years later, totally placid about it. He said, no, there are friends. And I said, well, when you visited us the first time, you said that they were, I didn't understand what they were doing. They were just checking me out. That's what they do. And I'm like, this is weird. It's just so weird. Using the word rape takes it from checking me out to something completely different, right? Exactly. Yeah, is he like this kind of, what's that syndrome? I can't think of it. Not Nuremberg syndrome. Stockholm syndrome? Stockholm syndrome. Right, is it just that he's been visited so many times? He's just like, oh, they got to be friends, right? That's the only way they can process what they're doing. So I don't know. Each one of these claims is more bizarre than the one before it, but they're fascinating. And the people telling them, I think it's equally as fascinating to hear their story and why they believe what they believe. So as we start to wind down here a couple more things about the congressional hearings that they said that there were.

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"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"With Dave Schrader, kind of a whole new vision for the show to be rebranding. Yeah, we were still doing paranormal, but this time it's me. On my own for the most part. And then we're kind of taking a look at the paranormal and shorter twitterverse bursts as the way I look at it. Everything's a little bit of a shorter segment. So we get right to the meat of the story and try to educate entertainment and enlighten people while we're doing the whole thing. So we're having a lot of fun with that Fridays we do Supernatural news and I've got three correspondents that we meet up with and we have listeners, participate in the show and tell their creepy stories. All kinds of cool little segments on the program. But I'm doing a Mondays and Tuesdays live. You can see the videos on YouTube at the paranormal 60 page. And then the audio versions go out immediately afterwards to all different podcast apps and devices. That's amazing because like I said, I always enjoy your work. You're one of the highlights on the Jericho cruise. Coming back for the four leaf clover. And the last time on the triple whammy was I think the first time I've ever had a chance to come up and check out your show. And it was right on top on the bridge area and it was packed. People were loving it. Yeah. I think the word is growing about you and being part of the Jericho cruise. Well, this, you know, this is the third cruise that we did together, and then the fourth one coming up here this coming February, but we've always slowly built up from one little small room out to a bigger venue. And now we are out on the back. They call it the great outdoors. And it was funny because when you came in there, you know, there's a little nerves when the boss shows up to watch your presentation and not just the boss, but he's got the wife and the kids and the dad and everybody's in tow and I'm doing the show and I'm doing my talk and ghosts and I happen to glance off to my right and I realized that the whole right side of the ship is filled with people too. Yeah, no, like I said it was packed, we didn't even we couldn't even hardly find a place to sit. It was great to have that kind of excitement for the paranormal. You know, on our very first cruise we did a UFO summoning that we had some really interesting results with and blew a lot of people away. So it's kind of apropos that we're here talking about UFOs and strange sky phenomena today. Absolutely. I remember my dad went to that first one and he was saying you had some strange lights in the sky, some stuff like that going on, which is pretty cool. Well, my son was there and he was fresh out of the navy. He's on the cruise ship and joined the Jericho cruise and he goes out to see what the old man's gonna do. Yeah, we're gonna go summon UFOs, right? So we go out there and we do this summoning session also in these two lights appear on the horizon. And the one holds steady while the other one keeps like dipping down water level and then coming up. And I'm like, could it just be the way the boat's moving and my son looks at me and goes, dad, this thing would have to be toiling back and forth at like 45 to 60° pitches. Right. For that light to be making that dive, he goes, that makes no sense to me. As a sailor, as a guy who's been in the navy for 5 years, I don't know what the hell that is. So that was cool. And just watching everybody kind of flip out even the crew of the ship that we're standing there next to me are like, what is going on out there? Well, like you said, it's a perfect segue is what we're going to talk about today. The first guy I thought of when I saw the UFO congressional hearings was you. So let's talk about this. Is there a background to why they suddenly decided to, for the first time in 50 years, have a literal government congressional hearing talking about UFOs or what's the other name for it they call it? UAPs. UAPs, correct. That's right. That's the cool new way of name, right? UFOs are so 1940s and 50s. Now we're unidentified aerial phenomena. That's what they're going with. So it's interesting, right during the peak of COVID, all of a sudden all these articles and news bits started sliding out so while everybody was panicking about COVID and what could happen next and as the world falling apart, the government slowly releasing information that we have footage of UFOs. And it's like, well, if we slip it in there, they're not going to pay that close attention, and nobody did. There was a very small segment of people that were like getting excited about this. Right. I was one of them. And then as our last president was leaving office, he signed an executive order stating that there had to be a disclosure of what we knew. So the government put together a very, I want to say very controversial because a lot of people don't feel that we got the full boat of information on what was released this year, but there was some information released about all of these cases that they looked into. I think it was a 144 cases that have just happened since the early 2000s. Of the 144, only one was identified. So suddenly that peaked the curiosity of people around the world and quite a few of our political leaders. And they're like, well, whether this is alien interdimensional or whatnot, we need to know what this is. I think that's what kind of forced the hand, but there was there was a lot of hemming and hawing. Who's going to head this up? Who's going to take this on without feeling like some kind of buffoon? And luckily, we had two guys that stepped forward. You had moultrie and bray committed to make this a public forum and bring it forward. And I'm trying to Ronald moultrie is The Pentagon's top intelligence official. Scott bray, the deputy director of naval intelligence. So it's not like they got a couple of secretaries out of the steno pool to come up and take two big shots in this field. They're willing to step forward and examine what these cases could mean. And this congressional hearing is important in the fact that it's been 50 years since the government has met officially talking about UFOs. And to share it with the public in the way that they did, that made it even bigger deal. The world is a stressful place and that can wreak havoc on a guy's testosterone level. I mean, low testosterone is not just an old guy concerned these days. Even then in their 30s or having low testosterone issues..

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"schrader" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on WTOP

"Reports the lawmakers made their concerns known in a letter to state health secretary Dennis Schrader but just days ago they got a response from the Department of Health saying no change to state policy is needed right now Michelle bash An officer involved in a deadly pursuit in Baltimore county won't face any charges The report released by state investigators found that the Maryland transportation authority officer Theodore German co didn't cause the crash that killed 26 year old Juan vineyard last October according to the report German co was in Baltimore when he watched giger at an intersection as he turned left at a red light He followed vineyard as he tried to flee In your eventually stopped but as the officer approached his car he took off going a 111 mph Ginger lost control and crashed He died on the scene The chief medical examiner also noted his blood alcohol content was above the legal limit According to the findings the crash has been ruled in accident Melissa Howell WTO penis Ali's man is suspected of killing his father in a leesberg home 21 year old Schuyler Lake was taken into custody and connection with the death of 57 year old dean Lake The father was founded early Saturday morning in a home in the 400 block of south king street early Saturday morning These were police say dean Lake had suffered injuries to his upper body no charges have been filed yet The allowed in times mirror reports dean Lake was a well-known businessman who operated a brewery in Leesburg Virginia's attorney general picks an attorney working for the university of Kentucky to be the University of Virginia's new top lawyer Cliff eiler will become senior assistant attorney general and university council to UVA will succeed Tim Hayek who was fired by AG Jason Miller is after taking Lee from his state job to serve as a top investigator for the House select January 6th committee Meares had earlier called hay fees 2018 hiring at UVA controversial And the annual White House correspondents association dinner returned Saturday night after a two year absence due to the due to the pandemic and some 2600 guests were at the Washington Hilton but only after they were vetted via an app where they had to show their vaccination history and the same day negative coronavirus test President Joe Biden spoke about the measures they put in place ahead of the dinner I know there are questions about whether we should gather here tonight because of COVID Well we're here to show the country that we're getting through this pandemic Plus everyone had to prove they were fully vaccinated and boosted.

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"schrader" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"Is a brand new thing welcome to the eSports network podcast talking anything and everything eSports related. I'm your host Kevin Correa and today we'll delve into a little bit more of the scholastic eSports scene coming up between the levels of college, high school, maybe even some middle school eSports and here I'll be talking about their perspectives and some of the things going on in their industry. Let's welcome a mason and Molyneux as the CEO and cofounder of generation eSports and his buddy is good old buddy Jonathan Schrader, the VP of growth who joined October of last year. So mason, Jonathan, I can't thank you guys enough for hopping on with me and really helping explain some of the goings on the generation eSports and maybe tip a little bit of your cap in regards to some of the controversies happening in the scholastic league. So thank you guys for hopping on with me. Yeah, thanks, Kevin. Appreciate it. Happy to be here. And kind of share our perspective with you. Absolutely. Thank you for having us. For sure. And so amason, I guess, let's start with you really quickly just to go over some of the background so people are aware of what you're about and then what the company is about kind of we had your old year old, but your current coworker, I guess, Charles Riley on a few months ago and Marcus watts as well to kind of talked about generation E.

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"schrader" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"schrader" Discussed on WTOP

"Vaccines that were mishandled at mobile clinics around the state Today lawmakers quiz them on how they plan to fix this problem Maryland health secretary Dennis Schrader told state lawmakers that the more than 800 people who received COVID vaccines from a contractor faulted for failing to store those vaccines properly have been contacted MDH is now in the process of scheduling supplemental vaccinations About 135 were incarcerated he said All of the other individuals who have contacted we are calling them through our call center and they have access to the appointments all over the state But lawmakers wanted to know why it took months to identify the problem and contact people who might have been affected Schrader conceded the process took longer than it should and said there's ongoing monitoring of mobile clinics Kate Ryan W TOP news Also new tonight a prominent prosecutor in the region accused of breaking the law a federal grand jury has indicted the woman who has served a state's attorney for Baltimore since 2015 she's charged with making false statements and lying for financial gain Marilyn Mosby faces four federal charges around misleading and outright lying on loan documents one charge relates to Mosby's claim she qualified for coronavirus related distribution allowing her to withdraw $40,000 from her city retirement account But the indictment says in 2020 quote most bees gross salary increased over her salary in 2019 The indictment found Mosby used that $40,000 withdrawal to purchase a vacation home in September 2020 Court documents say she and her husband owe the IRS for more than $45,000 unpaid taxes but the indictment says not only did most be failed to disclose he had a federal lean against her when buying the house she's charged with lying on documents to get a lower interest rate Megan clarity wtop news After a last minute change a Northern Virginia man who was 17 when prosecutors say he shot and killed his mother and brother will go on trial Levi Norwood is now 18 years old accused of committing the murders Valentine's Day of 2020 at the family's home in Midland Virginia Lee if I nor would sealed plea agreement was filed with the court last week here in fort cure county circuit court the judge called the case saying we're here for a play But Norwood's lawyer told the judge his client now wants to go on trial and nor with agreed The trials now set for February of next year Levi Norwood will go on trial for first degree murder in the deaths of his mother and 6 year old brother In Warren to kneel all can stay new Ever since the new year hit we've been dealing with pretty much one winter storm after another another one forecast for our area Sunday and Monday storm team four chief meteorologist Doug camera is set to join us live to tell us what we might expect It's 8 O 7 on P stay with us Look stay healthy isn't easy Watching your diet Hitting the gym Avoiding stress But a good night's rest helps boost your overall health and wellness.

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Man who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse pleads no contest

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Man who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse pleads no contest

"The the man man who who purchased purchased an an A. A. R. R. fifteen fifteen style style rifle rifle for for Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse pleaded pleaded no no contest contest today today to to a a reduced reduced charge charge of of contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor the the plea plea deal deal with with dominate dominate black black was was explained explained in in court court by by Kenosha Kenosha county county circuit circuit judge judge Bruce Bruce Schrader Schrader resolution resolution that that we we reached reached in in this this case case involves involves the the issuance issuance of of a a county county ordinance ordinance citation citation for for contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a child child that that was was because because Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse was was seventeen seventeen when when black black got got the the gun gun for for him him Mr Mr in in house house was was legally legally considered considered a a child child at at the the time time of of the the purchase purchase of of this this firearm firearm and and therefore therefore Mr Mr black black would would be be liable liable for for violating violating that that county county ordinance ordinance we we have have agreed agreed to to a a fine fine of of two two thousand thousand dollars dollars Rittenhouse Rittenhouse used used a a rifle rifle to to shoot shoot three three people people killing killing two two during during a a night night of of protest protest in in Kenosha Kenosha in in twenty twenty twenty twenty over over the the shooting shooting of of Jacob Jacob lake lake a a jury jury acquitted acquitted Rittenhouse Rittenhouse of of homicide homicide and and other other charges charges in in November November I I Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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Kyle Rittenhouse Didn't Expect Judge Schroeder to Declare a Mistrial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Didn't Expect Judge Schroeder to Declare a Mistrial

"Do you think though Kyle that the prosecution was trying to throw the trial? Or the case? It's my belief and I'm probably right now because we did win the case. That he knew it wasn't going so good for them, so he wanted a mistrial. That's why we filed a motion for a mistrial with prejudice. I mean, they completely had it wrong. The third set of facts they were on in the middle of a trial. They just kept changing their fact pattern. So were there any points in the trial where you thought that judge Schrader was going to make that ruling and would declare a mistrial? Were there any specific points where you think that it got to that sort of critical mass? A lot of people's beliefs are different from mine, even on my team. I didn't think he was ever going to leave this out of the hands of the jury. I don't think he wanted that wanted to be that guy that took it out of the hands of the jury. So I didn't think you would grant that until the jury made a

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"schrader" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"schrader" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Near ken. Schrader has a. Ken schrader story. What's your best. Can trade or stories. I give you forty of them. Why funniest ken schrader. A straighter story doesn't even evolve canny In pocono they have like an area where the fans can watch our pit. Our garage area was right directly across. I think they call it the what they call it but we call them a hate people because every time you run by they go. Hey it's kind of funny. So we were directly across the about eight year old kid standing there and every time. Katie comes back into the garage the garage area. He stands gets out of the car. He goes a schrader. He's.

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"schrader" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"schrader" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Sometimes a screenwriter comes along and writes one of those movies. It's just absolutely amazing. Hits the moment in time capture. Something connect with audiences becomes a classic. It doesn't happen often but it happens. But what's even more rare is when screenwriter like that continues to write those kinds of movies. Screenwriting is just. I dunno it's a tough gig in this count and it's tough to repeat success oftentimes because you're not also a producer and director in the instance of today's guest paul schrader that success has been repeated. Paul schrader has been a screenwriter at the forefront of some of the most interesting character studies and films for decades. He burst on the scene with taxi driver which was a defining role for robert deniro. A defining movie for martin scorsese and the three of them. Sort of shot into the stratosphere. So it's amazing to to paul schrader today about where he's been since taxi driver how he feels. It's changed the culture. I mean there are so many imitators it was so far ahead of its time and he talks about all of that today and his latest film the card counter. How that all these years later is an iteration on some of the same ideas that he's been looking so closely at and continuing to explore since the mid seventies when he first burst onto the scene. But let's not forget that there are so many paul schrader movies in between then and now that he's directed that he's wrote he's worked with so many greats and he has amazing insight into the process. Stick around for the end. Because paul gets into some really interesting career choices regarding taxi driver to why it didn't happen or almost did and what taxi driver video games might have been. I mean the guy seen it all and.

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College Football Bets: Week 1

Behind the Bets

03:14 min | 1 year ago

College Football Bets: Week 1

"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about

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Maryland enters Covid vaccine phase 2b

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland enters Covid vaccine phase 2b

"Eligibility Today. It'll enter phase to be now that one means that residents age 16 and older who have an underlying medical condition, they can now get their shot. Acting Maryland Health Secretary Dennis Schrader says the stage will continue prioritizing vaccinating people who are 65 older status. Hoping to make all adult el eligible to get a vaccine by the end of April. The number of covert cases is on the rise in Maryland,

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Prince George's County partners with Glenn Dale, Maryland, church to deliver vaccine to residents

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Prince George's County partners with Glenn Dale, Maryland, church to deliver vaccine to residents

"Mass vaccination site set up in Montgomery County, while in neighboring Prince George's county, the site at six flags is being under used by some local residents. Most of the appointments were taken up by folks from other parts of the state. Montgomery County, for example, had 3300 people make appointments. Dennis Schrader, Maryland's acting health secretary, says vaccination efforts for Prince George's county residents are falling short there. When Senator Jim Rosapepe wants the state to do a better job reaching out Yet with those in Maryland who know the community, Joe Biden is not gonna solve this problem for we have solved here. Trader says They are partnering with one local large church in Glendale to help with vaccine distribution. Barbara

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Demand for Covid-19 Vaccines Overwhelms Maryland Health Providers

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Demand for Covid-19 Vaccines Overwhelms Maryland Health Providers

"To cause frustrations across this region. Now, Maryland officials are encouraging residents to take steps to increase their chances of securing it. Appointment. I think Maryland Health Secretary Dennis Rader says Getting on multiple waiting list may be necessary to get an appointment for the vaccine. Once they get an appointment. We'd like to encourage them to cancel their other the other waiting lists they put themselves during the virtual Maryland Senate Committee meeting. Schrader's advice, Caymus senators grilled him about the frustration many people have been facing. With the registration process. Right now, More than two million people across the state are eligible, but demand exceeds supply. When asked why won statewide website can't be created to better accommodate residents, Schrader argued. It would limit access today We had 12,000 appointments and they filled up in 20 minutes and they came from all sorts of sources in the point of waiting list until we get more supply. This is gonna be a continuous problem. Melissa how W. T a Penis. Had an

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George Schrader, former city manager who helped shape Dallas’ landmarks, dies of COVID complications

WBAP Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

George Schrader, former city manager who helped shape Dallas’ landmarks, dies of COVID complications

"Community is mourning the loss of former Dallas City manager George Trader W. B. A. P S Clayton Devil's Got a look at that straighter, served his Dallas City manager from 1973 through 1981 and played a big role in the development of DFW Airport, The Arboretum and Reunion Arena. He also served on the Texas woman's University Board of Regents. He's being remembered by former colleagues is a consummate public servant. And an endearing gentleman. Traders family says he died at the age of 89 from complications of covert 19.

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"schrader" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Cooling off. . Very nice. . Yes. . So before we get started is say I was so happy that we did that New York. . Times story together a couple of weeks ago about this subject mad stash right Yeah Thank you. . It was very popular and it was fun to read the comments, , lots of people jumping in and saying their successes in their failures with different plants you know. . So this is something people love to do is try to figure out right how to. . How to carry over a beloved plant so Yeah you identified several sort of tactical categories like every plant will want the same thing and I just thought. . <hes> to survive the winter <hes> in this sort of false environment, , not their native habitat, , and I I just wondered can you tell us about sort of how you group them in how you thought about that? ? You I mean first of all, , it's it's <hes> I mean we we get these plans. . He's given to US purchased and we nurture them all summer, , and then we want to do something with them just not have them hit by a frost and that's it. . So <hes> you know a lot of it has been experimenting with different types of overwintering and <hes>. . So some of the easiest ways or <hes> collecting from seed and doing cutting sore even just actually bringing the plant inside and treating it as a houseplant <hes>. . There's Different ways to store them. . Some even store dormant like bring it in as a house plant and keep it away or. . Bringing in his plant in, , let it nap and that's one of the things that I. . Frequently earlier on my gardening career is to try to keep everybody awake and some would rather go to. . Also run A it's space issue most of the time. . <hes>. . Yeah I mean so I've tried you know even high biscuits puskas and pregnancy is <hes> that would normally grow all year <hes> those you know just putting them in a basement and keeping them on the dry side darken. . Some day back. . Then you got them going in the spring and <hes> they really take off. . 'cause most plants do have a slowdown or doorman period <hes> either from cool or in the tropics a lot of times it's <hes> from dry whether have rainy season and dry season so. . There is. . You try and mimic maybe the dry season and <hes>. . We'll just let them Foley rake up the leaves and hold onto them till spring. . Even he I think that <hes> you recommended that for some of our fancy leaf Geraniums, , yes oh sure. . Yeah. . To hang them, , would Beirut them and just hang them in their basement and then plant them again spring. . So. . You can be pretty radical and what I find also, , if you have success with one type of plant or a treatment of one type of planet it with some other ones and <hes>. . Another friend that used to keep <hes> pity the <hes> red, , leaf, , Avid, city , and bananas he would got so big was huge trunk. . He would keep it under his dining room table. . We do fine. . Except for you kick is it was a dog or something I'm very look at is six foot stump. . But? ? It worked for him. . So they've been under the dining table, , is that going to be a reference spoke about this? ? All right. . So. . What what we're really trying to do is we're trying. . Sort of categorize things as we look around the Fading Garden Right now wherever we garden. . Match. . Them to the right tactics. . So like with seed, , like what would be the kind of what? ? What are just a few examples of like things to do from seed? ? Oh <hes> then he is. . <HES> marigold some of the common annuals. . Able motionless. . And it's you know the plant kind of lets you know when it's it's done blooming starting to turn a little bit. . Brown. . <hes> looking a little bit dry and <hes>. . It's it's <hes>. . You know shorter as cooler weather. . Those are all indicators start looking <hes> morning glories or another <hes>. . Morning Glories. . And and you know they they start looking a little tattered. . Like they've done their big show for the season and <hes>. . It's time to harvest and you want the seedpods to be right but not ripe enough where they you know open up and a lot of plants will expel this heeds and kind of open up and shoot the seeds around you WanNa. . Wait before that happens or else use some kind of an bag or something like that to hold the seeds catch seeds. . So it's Like You know commercially we go out <hes> twice a week and do around to all the seed plants that will be collecting. . And we usually right on top of it. .

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Overwinter Tropicals With Dennis Schrader

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:07 min | 2 years ago

Overwinter Tropicals With Dennis Schrader

"Cooling off. Very nice. Yes. So before we get started is say I was so happy that we did that New York. Times story together a couple of weeks ago about this subject mad stash right Yeah Thank you. It was very popular and it was fun to read the comments, lots of people jumping in and saying their successes in their failures with different plants you know. So this is something people love to do is try to figure out right how to. How to carry over a beloved plant so Yeah you identified several sort of tactical categories like every plant will want the same thing and I just thought. to survive the winter in this sort of false environment, not their native habitat, and I I just wondered can you tell us about sort of how you group them in how you thought about that? You I mean first of all, it's it's I mean we we get these plans. He's given to US purchased and we nurture them all summer, and then we want to do something with them just not have them hit by a frost and that's it. So you know a lot of it has been experimenting with different types of overwintering and So some of the easiest ways or collecting from seed and doing cutting sore even just actually bringing the plant inside and treating it as a houseplant There's Different ways to store them. Some even store dormant like bring it in as a house plant and keep it away or. Bringing in his plant in, let it nap and that's one of the things that I. Frequently earlier on my gardening career is to try to keep everybody awake and some would rather go to. Also run A it's space issue most of the time. Yeah I mean so I've tried you know even high biscuits puskas and pregnancy is that would normally grow all year those you know just putting them in a basement and keeping them on the dry side darken. Some day back. Then you got them going in the spring and they really take off. 'cause most plants do have a slowdown or doorman period either from cool or in the tropics a lot of times it's from dry whether have rainy season and dry season so. There is. You try and mimic maybe the dry season and We'll just let them Foley rake up the leaves and hold onto them till spring. Even he I think that you recommended that for some of our fancy leaf Geraniums, yes oh sure. Yeah. To hang them, would Beirut them and just hang them in their basement and then plant them again spring. So. You can be pretty radical and what I find also, if you have success with one type of plant or a treatment of one type of planet it with some other ones and Another friend that used to keep pity the red, leaf, Avid, city and bananas he would got so big was huge trunk. He would keep it under his dining room table. We do fine. Except for you kick is it was a dog or something I'm very look at is six foot stump. But? It worked for him. So they've been under the dining table, is that going to be a reference spoke about this? All right. So. What what we're really trying to do is we're trying. Sort of categorize things as we look around the Fading Garden Right now wherever we garden. Match. Them to the right tactics. So like with seed, like what would be the kind of what? What are just a few examples of like things to do from seed? Oh then he is. marigold some of the common annuals. Able motionless. And it's you know the plant kind of lets you know when it's it's done blooming starting to turn a little bit. Brown. looking a little bit dry and It's it's You know shorter as cooler weather. Those are all indicators start looking morning glories or another Morning Glories. And and you know they they start looking a little tattered. Like they've done their big show for the season and It's time to harvest and you want the seedpods to be right but not ripe enough where they you know open up and a lot of plants will expel this heeds and kind of open up and shoot the seeds around you WanNa. Wait before that happens or else use some kind of an bag or something like that to hold the seeds catch seeds. So it's Like You know commercially we go out twice a week and do around to all the seed plants that will be collecting. And we usually right on top of it.

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"schrader" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Mr Randall Wang's at the Sports Desk in Culver City, John. The governor has listened to the will of the people and his opening up restaurants throughout the state to 100% capacity. The state of Florida that is, that's wrong. Two Santas. You have to toy with my emotions. Don't you handy? They're open and fully back up, except for maybe bars, and he is going off on the lockdowns. I'm sure Dr Kelly have something to say about that later Run. What's that song from the sixties? Why do you build me up just to let me down? 800 to 2 to K A. B C is the phone number 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to well the Palm Springs record for number of triple digit days in a year. Is 135 that was in 1958. Currently or in 128 and looking at our seven day forecast. It looks like we're going to surpass that this year because of course it's 2020. So why not? Now Los Angeles is cooling down. It's starting to feel like fallen knight, isn't it? Randy? It's not getting the point. We have any humidity. It's nice at night. It's nice in the morning for a couple of weeks, and then the wind comes in, and everything will be on fire. That's right. And so it's cooling down, so the rioters are going to have to wear windbreakers when they go out at night. They can't continue to just show up in their short sleeves. Otherwise they might catch a cold. Yeah, This is a desert climate. It gets a little chilly in the fall. Yes. And last night it was a dramatic and horrific scene in Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard. As quote protesters, peaceful protesters, the more damage they do, the more peaceful they are. That's how that works. Peaceful protesters were out blocking traffic in the middle of the street and attacked a couple of cars and just beat the living hell out of it. By the time those motorists were finished driving through that intersection in Hollywood, their cars had more dings in it than mine. Go ahead and listen to describe what happened that we just spoke to the LAPD. We were able to confirm that no one was arrested yesterday. Just a few people were detained but later released one person sustained injuries, but only minor. The LAPD says they're now investigating this bizarre incident yesterday. Still trying to figure out why all this happened. Take a look around nine o'clock last night in Hollywood about 300 people were out protesting a sky five was overhead, Ah blue Ford pickup truck was suddenly seen driving into the crown. Police say the car was trying to maneuver through the crowd got into some sort of altercation. He then sped up and struck at least one person marching. Several people then started attacking the vehicle chasing after the driver throwing water bottles. This was near Sunset and Schrader Boulevard. That truck continued driving about a green convertible Mustang followed the vehicle until police caught up to it. Drivers surrendered and was taken was later detained. The victim sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. Now in another incident last night, just 30 minutes later, take a look this time involving a white Prius and drove into a crowd of people walking along sunset in Coalinga, then sped off. Several people intervene, trying to stop the driver from getting away. A truck even pulled up in front of the Prius at sunset and Vine, forcing the driver to hit the brakes. A man got out of that car in a white T shirt, ran to the vehicle and reached inside the Prius and backs up hitting the green Mustang. From the previous incident, the Prius managed to flee, but the driver was eventually detained several blocks away by police. Luckily, no one was injured. In this case this morning, LAPD chief Michael Moore tweeting out. All drivers and victims in both altercations have been identified and an investigation is now ongoing. All right, So let's go ahead and recap. What happened. You have a mob that suddenly takes over Sunset Boulevard without a permit illegally, But we don't enforce the rules anymore. So why not? There's no police officer within eyeshot of any of the protest at all. I didn't see a police officer in any footage that I saw, Did you, Randy? Nothing. Against. So you have motorists who were driving around? Not knowing that there's a protest because if they're say a special event that causes a street to be closed, like Oh, I don't know We're having the Oscars or There's the AIDS walk or the marathon. They do things like put up sign Ege, and they have different people from the traffic division out there to make sure that you find an alternate route. That sort of thing. None of that existed last night because it's a mob who just took over a street. It was very much like the no warning flash mob that deejay Cascade try to put on Hollywood about eight years ago that caused an epic panic and right because no one knew what the heck was going on. And they had strobe lights too. Did you see that? No. Yeah, they had strobe lights going to blind motorists. I guess I don't know why else he would have a strobe light out there. And I know this next comment is going to be totally self serving. But it also happens to be true. I'm going to give motorists nowthe same advice that I give joggers or people who walk their dog or people who walk their baby in a stroller. You should never have your ear budge in Not paying attention to your surroundings and listening to music. Because if you do that, if something were to pop up like this, you would walk into it. Not knowing what you're walking into. And it's the same thing when you're driving around the streets of Los Angeles. I know everyone says hello, podcasts or great podcasts are the future podcasts are recorded. You need to be aware of what's going on in your city at all times. Because stuff like this is happening way too often. And you get traffic reports here it K B C multiple times an hour. And it's not just us, but other stations do the same thing, and we'll keep you informed if something like this happens. Cell. Make sure you're aware of your surroundings. Not just when you're going for a jog, But when you're driving your car And these poor motorists. If you look at the video Were very careful trying not to hit anyone. They didn't know what they were driving through. They were just trying to get out of there. And then the mob starts attacking the car. Well, what are you supposed to Dio? If you're trying to take a left turn And the mob starts beating on your vehicle. What was that line from the a team,.

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"schrader" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"How often should do that? I don't know you know these sheets the leather sheathed tend to soak up oil quicker than say kayaks. So you know it just depends like this This is a tops knife, ten, ninety, five, high carbon steel This is the prey Thir- war buoy and on the Edgy the reason I have this out as you can see the edge there I used this not too long ago in the yard cutting some some vegetation and didn't wipe it down and now right on the edge there where it's exposed, there's not that traction coding there. It's starting to show some rest. So I have to. You know with this one since it's just on the edge, I'm going to take it to the strap and get rid of the rust with the strop. And then I'll oil the edge, put it back in its kinda sheath it'll be fine. But with the leather ones, the leather does soak up some of the oil. So you WANNA just Kinda keep an eye on them. If it's just sitting in your in your knife case, you're not going to have to do that often collide if you're taking it out, using it, putting it back, wiping it down and all that. WanNa make sure so any. In a specific type of oil brand loyal. What's the but he looked for? well, others I'm sure we'll have more sophisticated choices I dislike honing oil regular mineral oil that you would put on a stone you know. So. That's what I prefer but. Also have hops. Number nine. For guns and stuff gonNA works all these kind of things were. Okay. hops in beer works to. That's right. That's a different story. Hey I. I've heard what about baking soda can yet baking soda on knives. Yes. Yes. I'm sorry a solution of Baking Soda and water. There's actually an excellent video on this topic put out by schrader maybe four years ago, and that's what they recommend. A solution of a baking soda and Water Solution With toothbrush. For surface rust and and and you know that that might be good if it's getting especially with the toothbrush if it's getting to look like it's a little bit deeper, it's not just a it's not something you're just catching. It's something that's maybe a chance to oxidized a little more get in there with the toothbrush in also you can vary how? You can vary how gritty that solution is by adding more. Baking Soda. Okay so pretty inexpensive solution there as well YEP. Yep. So you're still you're still GONNA WANNA put oil when you're done because you're actually using water on the blade some..

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"schrader" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

"Look the fortress on a hill I'm Henry I'm Danny I'm Kagan. Where we left US veterans that into the reality of the US military's multiple wars abroad and illuminate the damage military service does American American presidents out US history have used American military and diplomatic power to force regime change democratically elected governments around the world most veterans come from families vested in Prior Service and American generals choose their own ensuring diversity of thought never interferes with American warmongering. How can we stand by and do nothing while our military kill and destroy lives the world over while telling Americans, that the death and destruction protect them from terrorists when nothing could be more all? Fortress on a hill aims to change that. will welcome everybody to another episode of fortress on a hill. We are really really excited to have our guest today Stewart schrader. Stewart is the. Of Badges Without Borders how global counterinsurgency transformed. American. Policing. Before before, we get started just a little intro here give you a little a little bit of background, a stewardess, the associate director of the program, racism, immigration and citizenship. And a lecturer slash assistant research scientists at John Hopkins University. He's also affiliated with the twenty th century Cities Initiative and received his PhD studies, from N. Y. You in Twenty fifteen. before coming to Johns Hopkins, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Charles Warner Center? At Harvard University and the Center for the United States and the Cold War at Tenement Library New York University. At Johns Hopkins, he teaches courses on police and prisons lack social movements and critical race theory. Well Stuart, welcome to you for being here with us today. Thanks for having me. So. Before we before, we get started with a little more details, could you give? The listeners kind of a brief overview about your book in kind of your goals with writing it. Sure. Batches Without Borders is history of the program of. Police assistance to other countries that the United States developed during the Cold War. The book focuses on the period from nineteen, forty, five to about nineteen, seventy five. With with the the main. Interest in in the decade of the nineteen sixties. The United States in this period. Provided assistance to police in fifty two countries around the globe. Some of those assistance programs were short lived some of them lasted for. Two decades. the assistance consisted of three primary domains. What was called technical assistance, which means helping the aid recipient countries you know build up new capability. So a classic example would be a crime laboratory or or or a fingerprint fingerprint data management system. So, technical assistance with one. Training was the other the United States trained police from the fifty two countries that I mentioned. As well, as another twenty, five A. Where they never actually had had assistance programs on the ground. For the training police would come from around the world to the United States and the academy that the United States operated was called International Police Academy in it and it was in Washington DC. And then finally, the third component, the costliest in largest component in some ways. Was the provision of of material assistance. So what that meant was that the united, states, who in other countries, all types of. Goods that they might need. Some of these were totally mundane. Handcuffs. Cameras Radios and some were more sophisticated, and of course, it included you know weapons obviously, firearms and bullets is well as tear gas. So I look at this program of police assistance across the globe in Asia Africa and Latin America. And I. Analyze how? Assisting police in other countries. involved. Police you'll leading police experts from the United States who are the type of people who would write the textbooks police in the United States who would Lead. Classes at at academies in in in colleges across the United States who were police chiefs in important locales. These these folks went overseas to assist police but of course, they also came back home and so a big part of the book is in addition to looking at how the United States or with police across the country than to look at how this affects who leasing in the United States in particular in the nineteen sixties how the political protests San upheaval associate with the civil rights and black power movements was met with new forms of aggressive types of policing that were shaped by the this overseas program. And I go into a number of dimensions of influences I look at. Training in in riot control I look at the introduction of the chemicals. For riot control also known as teargas. I look at the development of the SWAT team. And I look at the Development of new bureaucracies in the federal government to to wage war on crime using the phrase war on crime was used by the Johnson and Nixon administrations in this period. And there's there's a number of other things get in the book that we can talk about. So I'm I'm curious. Having a book came out fall last year, and the last two or three months many of the book subjects have been just. Swirled around as to what's what's happening in our country of mass protests against police brutality. I'm wondering. What has really struck you or maybe surprised you about this moment in history you know the the heavily militarized police presence and Response unmarked. federal agents in military uniforms What what do you think about all that store Well. I would say that in some ways I am. You know, of course horrified but I'm also not totally surprised I do think that it's important to recognize that. Twenty twenty is is a long way from the nineteen sixties. A lot has happened in in between. So I would be hesitant to say that you know what I what I write about in the book, which which concludes around nineteen seventy five has has a direct and decisive role in shaping any individual story that isn't news today on the other hand I hope that my book shows that it's impossible to understand the development of policing in the United States from the sixties forward without contextualising it in relation to a US empire. Were overseas and in the the. Really. Strong ideological component you could be saying which is about. Quelling political dissidents and Constraining. Social Movements and collective action for for Change in in the United States, in and around the world. I think that what we're seeing right now in in the United States would. Be. Both recognizable and somewhat surprising to some of the historical actors that I look at it in the nineteen sixties on the one hand. They were wary of the ways that. Police response to protests could intensify in worsen protests. That's a key theme that I examined in the book which has interesting consequences But. I. Think. So they they would understand and recognize how police have have made things worse right now I think they would be a little bit taken aback at the Administered the trump administration's unwillingness to to try to. Rain this in on in I think it's more than just unwillingness I active effort to to provoke and and incite..

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African Americans struggle with disproportionate COVID death toll

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

03:10 min | 2 years ago

African Americans struggle with disproportionate COVID death toll

"Trump is not some foreign anomaly. He is firmly rooted in the racist history of this nation. He is a product of it. So today we're going to look at that history. The history that brought us to this day and this moment. Later in the program I'll be joined by Stewart schrader, a scholar race, policing and counterinsurgency to discuss the history of militarized police forces and the current weapons and tactics that they are using in an effort to kill these uprisings. But we begin with Dr Kisha. She is an associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh and president of the African American intellectual. History Society She's also a nineteen twenty twenty w e B. Do boys fellow at Harvard? University Dr Blaine is the author of the Multi Prize. Winning book set the world on fire, black nationalist women and the global struggle for freedom. She recently published an op. Ed in the Washington Post titled Violence In Minneapolis is rooted in the history of racist policing in America Dr Kishan. Thank you so much for being with us here on intercepted. Thank you for having me. What happened now that sparked this broad rebellion across this country. I think there are several factors. The first that I would emphasize is Krono virus. This pandemic. is completely devastating black communities in particular and my sense is that when people saw the video of George Floyd in particular. It certainly reignited a frustration that we've long felt. And of course, learning about the killing of Briana Thomas. I think people thought well recurrently going through a global pandemic. Certainly, there's a moment where we would not expect this kind of fun rest. Certainly, there's a moment where we would somehow get a break from the kind of pattern and cycle of police brutality. Maybe it will be this moment. Of course was wishful, thinking what we learned very quickly. Is that even in the context of a virus? Once again, black people were being targeted arrested pulled off of buses for not wearing masks at the same time, not even having access to some of these are resources, and I would also add to that. It's an election year and I think. People really felt the need to push to the surface. These issues and to say whoever is going to take the highest office of the land need to address these issues, and clearly we have someone in the White House was not committed to do any of that, but at the very least in pushing the agenda, we can ensure that at least the Democratic nominee can be. Particularly mindful of the need to come up with strategies for dealing with police brutality and violence, and I should specify police killings, which is exactly what we see taking place right now. As a

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"schrader" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:59 min | 2 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Schrader is as I said earlier the inviting Abbas at green gulch farm and San Francisco Zen center and welcome to the program have a shorter thank you thank you it's been really nice to hear the voices well it's nice to hear your voice too and I guess the place to begin with you since so many people associate St with meditation and with I suppose going into some kind of private zone and all they would assume that perhaps you don't have the difficulties in many of these other people of faith have in terms of congregations but that's not true I mean green gulch incense center and everything really thrive you give dharma lectures to hundreds of people there thrive on the idea fellowship don't thank yes and we are congregational tradition is S. N. as about a week rather than ME and coming to identify with yourself and all beings as one one entity this kind of guy idea that this is wonders and one people and we're in this together is basically what the bullet is awakened inside what is it what he saw on the morning of his awakening he looked up and saw start his realization was it wasn't outside of themselves in fact it was creating themselves so all of this is happening for us here is basically you know our our actual life is everything that's happening and it's for all of us to care for together so I I really feel like that who is teaching there are pretty much historically in relationship to human suffering that's where they came from and so the responses in in our tax inspectors are seems so appropriate to the occasion as always well you citrus and certainly your holy books tell you also to go out and do good works and show compassion and really help people and that's been a long I mean you know I've worked as a hospice for number of years it's been a long tradition and I'm just wondering what you do in terms of that outreach in this time of corona well you know we're discovering knowledge contributor on what I mean talking to you right now it's kind of amazing you know I'm like wow the reach of our teaching and our voices has gone into multiple hundreds of people as opposed to what I'm used to in a room full of people it's nice to see the faces of the folks but right now we have to close and though they're all closed our community is closed we have quarantine signs on either end of the valley acting coach right now because we want to protect the people coming through we want to protect ourselves from this invisible force that we're all kind of trying to understand so it's it's changed us to become an online teaching and it is wonderful actually I'm appreciating it a lot to hear from people in other parts of the world who I would yeah I'm sorry yes more global and and that could be appreciated indeed but I'm looking at a question here that's come in my email from Rick this is one of the offices suggestions for starting a home says universe sitting meditation practice yeah wonderful great well you don't need much just a little spot of ground the peach unite I will offer to the community here that also was online recently is based on a wonderful small story called the world under one we need to put up points to the ground and in this story he's walking along with the congregation and he points to the ground with his finger and says this spot is good to build the sanctuary and then the Indradhanush represents the gods takes a blade of grass sticks it in the ground and says the sanctuary's built and rendered with smiles so it's wherever we are dean and refuge right now our sanctuary right now is where we are right now is in our very own homes so taking on a spot of your own ground and sitting down on it quietly for some twenty minutes is lovely if you can do that we've got plenty of time on our very clean house right now to stand sitting or contemplating the space around ourselves I'm looking out the window right now this is cherry blossoming tree out there so the beautiful world is also sanctuary wherever we're sitting so sitting quietly is really very easy you know children older the older elderly people we can all do it we just have to take that time now since you mentioned the beautiful outside I'm looking at a comment from a listener named Lorraine who says nature is my church however it strikes me that this is the time for all face to examine which rules and rituals are really crucial and beneficial perhaps those that are deemed expendable as the ones that should be let go permanently in a lot of responses who had to them as much as we can have a so I'd like to just ask you one more question and that is about that the colon that you delivered on Saturday could you say something about that for our listeners what about the better way to live a long yeah you know he was teaching people who by choice it's gone to live by themselves the monastics you are teaching is basically a corpsman mastic curriculum where most means along with others so when you're in a monastery you spend a lot of time in solitude of your thought which is a lot of people around you just being quiet together I think we have this training that those of us who've done monasticism of being able to be with each other quietly and feel the the sustenance without solicitation he gave basically was the better way to live alone is not to pursue the past don't go into passing game don't lose yourself in the future the past is gone the future isn't here yet so he says look deeply at life as it is in the very here and now the practitioner there by twelve you stability and freedom so this is basically our primary teaching is already everything's fine we're fine weather was sick or well they're older young everything's fine we just get confused about that we have to come back your primary sanity have a good to have you with us and thank you so much thank you and has that's for sure the inviting Abbas at green gulch farm San Francisco's incenter let me get Raphael on rough feel welcome thanks for waiting right fielder we have you bored yes Sir I'm here hello hi go ahead please good morning I'm I want to thank you for having everybody on this morning I am a former prisoners I am good at quarantining but the the mom in the pastor mentioned about prisons and what can we do to help the prisoners who are not going to get the help like the people here free society what do we do with the public to help them a very important question let me go to you on a specific price if I may yes absolutely so the math for the people humanitarian if we're doing is actually attempting to do just that we need to number one advocate for all of our loved ones who are Carceri article you build who are coming home in the next sixty days on just regular relief to be released early we should be inviting our our prisons are jailed in Turkey that present themselves as much as they possibly can and those who are are remaining deserve to be treated with the utmost care and preventive care we need them to have mass meeting to be doing social distancing effect of prisoners in the jail we need to make sure they have been delayed as we have seen reports of individuals dying in prison literally meaning the last moments of their lives without any immediate care and being put in kids out on the court yard we cannot at this moment decide who is worthy of living who is worthy of of getting treatment we must advocate on behalf of our for the car straight ones who are coming home and those were in critical Dorothy now with all of us or none of them burned down a lot of fans in the a host of course working on this all across the country we can't forget those who are required to read it we're going to get their math we're going to get the fantasized but we should be advocating all of it right can you past riverside and review it can you just tell people how they can get in touch with your organization if they want to get active in yeah absolutely you can go could beat that Lee backslash math for the people or you can follow me we posted all day mere come out they'll follow me or come out bill you proud member him more than me or follow me on Twitter pastor M. Y. okay eight three we are maps for the people have had staggered been trained in a little bit all kind of leak on my break absolutely we must support those who are incarcerated those sorry not Herby I will see if we can't forget about that Michael McBride is lead pastor the way Christian center let me go back if I made you a mom romance or founding director of the time the foundation you've got a non profit going to teach incarcerated as well right yes we do we offer education which includes Islamic education as well as rehabilitation and addressing life skills education and assisting in getting higher degrees of bachelor's master's and PhD and so forth and also to re entry work in a number of different areas like X. across the U. S. and over forty two states and we've reached over seven thousand individuals and over six hundred prisons and in answer to the to the questioner there's a lot of things that we can do one of the things that we're doing with our organization is writing letters to as a pastor mentioned you know to advocate for the release of prisoners especially those who are immuno compromised and today I'll be writing a letter for persons but I just got a a request from them last year or last year he was supposed to be relate release he is immuno compromised and I'm gonna get him out released early so we can you can call on your your representatives and senators and try to say that some of these especially in California that the CDC are if they're going to be giving early release to prisoners that they give priority to those who are immuno compromising would be more susceptible to the cold it but I think it's also a good time for us to to want to do some introspection and ask ourselves what are we doing to change the prison index industrial complex and complex in in the United States many people don't know that the prisoners Warren medical facilities here in California they don't have insurance so housing them cost on average about half a million dollars a year so that's half a million dollars a year of our taxpayer money that it went about saying we we we read we we need to get all of the medical attention to those prisoners but we need to really start asking yourself where is our money being spent and who's accountable for that so we need to start advocating for that and for advocating for chipper changes in the present and in the prison industrial complex we don't have the majority of people in prison are for drug possession I know one person who one of my good friends now spent over twenty years and had three life sentences for a not for a position of of of drugs you so there's a lot of there's a lot of questions that we have to be asking ourselves and this is a great time for introspection you know going back to one of the early quite earlier questions about I'm asking ourselves are we you know what is our belief and antiquated religious systems and I think the the the the question is is warranted we need to ask ourselves about and maybe it's antiquated interpretations of religious systems maybe it's a mis interpretations of religious texts were seen people of all faiths continuing to have gatherings and then some of the large gatherings they become hot spots of outbreak cases because they said oh we don't believe in the the the contagious nature of this and so forth but at the same time we should also be asking ourselves during this time of introspection and isolation you know what are our antiquated understanding of cultures of political systems of economical systems of attachment to you know cultures are antiquated understandings of immigration popped policies and what is ours in a phobia and what have we done as human beings to possibly you know spending trillions of dollars on war but not putting that money into our medical system and preventing future outbreaks are why why it isn't trillions of dollars that are still being spent on wars overseas why isn't that being spent on research and development for universal flu vaccines or other type of preventative measures measures and then why are we in it as is the richest nation in the world why are we having a shortage of ventilators and why are we having a shorter version of hospital beds I think there's a lot of questions beyond just the questioning the and you know quote unquote antiquated religious systems anymore romance or his funny director the top U. foundation and since he mentioned again war as opposed to perhaps a more religious way or more humane way of looking at his listener who tweets and.

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The Monster Movie Hall of Fame and 'The Invisible Man'

The Big Picture

13:11 min | 2 years ago

The Monster Movie Hall of Fame and 'The Invisible Man'

"Later in the show. I'll have an interview with Lebron L. The writer director of the new updated edition of the invisible man. A movie that shifts the perspective of the classic horror movie to the victim in this case played by the Amazing Elizabeth Moss when Elsa Clever Jonah craftsman and we had a fun chat about how he's reinventing the work of the historic universal monster movies and some of his aides filmaker. Heroes like James Cameron and Paul Hogan and John Carpenter but I I am joined by ringer contributor and one of the best film minds around Adam Neiman. Thanks for joining me Adam. Thanks for having me Adam. We're here to build another wing in the movie hall of fame. Today we said post and beam on the monster movie hall of fame. Now you know monster. Movies are tricky because there are two distinctions between them. One is your classical scare movie that enrapture audiences but maybe doesn't really mean very much and then. The other is the load-bearing bearing metaphorical monster that communicate something to the world about maybe it's ills or human psychology or things of that nature I assume that you are more fan of the latter. But May maybe that's not the case. I think I'm a fan of the ladder when it's less calculated You know the the joke I liked to tell his one day. Someone's GonNa make really good specific movie about a social problem like documentary and then at a press conference the director. She's going to be like this movie's a metaphor for zombies and just waiting for someone to do but I mean I think that in the last couple years because you have some like Jordan. Peele who has spoken not in terms of monster movies but in terms of horror movies. He's talked about you. Know his office for those social thrillers or Social Horror Movies and the metaphorical dimension to them. And so you know because monsters are a subset of horror movies as you say a delivery device for for scares those streams often do cross but yeah. I think some of the best monster movies of all time are definitely ones where monsters represent something whether it's something inside or outside society or something inside or outside people but I'm also just a a big fan of movies. Where like spooky things jump out at people in eat them? So it's a IT'S A. It's a fine balance before we get started on constructing this this list that we've put together here. Do you remember your first monster movie experience at the movie. That felt like a monster movie to me and I mean it it is a monster is when Pinocchio gets swallowed by the whale. Oh yeah which is. Obviously you know I mean there's a biblical reference there to to Joan in the whale and it's You know like for for for kids. Who Who who see Pinocchio? That whale is just nightmarish and terrifying and and gigantic. I mean my dad. I think that's the first movie he ever told you to. Took me to it. Just absolutely scared the hell out of me that and the giant squid in Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea. Same thing oh great both Some Disney spun con there. Well done by in and and you. Well I'm thinking about Pinocchio as you say it and the thing that scared me more than the whale is the sequence in which the boys turn into donkeys boys which is just absolutely disturbing and also kind of metaphorical in its way Not to put too fine a parasite point on it I'm trying to think of my first true scary movie experience. I feel like what I got two young Frankenstein before I got to Frankenstein in. It's funny. How when something like that happens how it can obscure your relationship to movies and I think it actually made me Not so much scared movie theaters but just just sort of happy and smiling and laughing. I tend to laugh at horror movies and monster movies because I get kind of perverse thrill out of them and I so I if young Frankenstein. Ken Count that would be. That would be my number one. I mean obviously. I saw a bunch movies that we'll talk about here on this list that a very young age. And maybe that's an opportunity to just go right into it. So here's what we're going to do. We'RE GOING TO GO CHRONOLOGICALLY. So there's a long history. I would say monster. Movies are essentially as old as movies themselves. So we're going to try to walk through. Essentially I don't know eighty ninety years of movie history and try to capture. What are the absolute most representative interesting compelling fascinating monster movies ever made and the monsters? I think the conversation should really be about the monsters inside of the movies and why they're so effective as devices for either sending those messages or just scaring the shit out of us. So you chosen five. I've chosen five. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA Ariffin vamp little bit. Why don't you give me your first pick going all the way back to the nineteen thirties? Sure and you know it's interesting because now when we've got it arranged chronologically we've got this this interesting blindspot which. Kinda be filled in as we go along. Which is we've both bypassed. The true initial cohort of Universal Monster. Movies right the very late twenties very early thirties because the first movie on my list is King Kong. So I have bypassed Dracula Frankenstein you know bride of Frankenstein Which are all these enduring literary properties that have been made and remade for a long time and I think the thing about King Kong. It just feels like the primal scene for me of monster as spectacle because he's not human sized right. He's not an actor costume he's not You know someone doing an accent or wearing makeup. He's a special effects creation and the thing about the original King Kong. Every time I watch it is. It is just so spectacular visually. In an analog era. You know the the integration of those stop motion special effects into old sets and the exaggerated camera angles on the actors and just the the surrealism of it. I've read that. The actual surrealists the the practicing artists within that within that movement re huge fans of King Kong for one thing. 'cause monster just keeps changing size. You know it's inconsistent it's inconsistent but it's also just stunning because from scene to scene you know when he's just represented by giant hander giants foot or the close ups on the is and then you can also still cut backing these establishing shots and seeing him in these different environments and. I think it's the way also that it goes from this primal island to this urban city. The monster in his home context. And then sort of you know thrashing around in the middle of maternity causing chaos. It's just like the deepest the deepest core horror fantasy. You know that that that I can think of I. I just think it's absolutely astonishing and I never tire of watching it. It's funny I think a lot of the monsters on our list Get repeated and reused and re contextualize over and over again the thing with King Kong is is the actual character of King Kong comes up over and over and over and over again. We're getting another King Kong movie this year. And for whatever reason I would say between King Kong and Godzilla. Those are really the only two significant monsters that we never tire of somehow. That don't don't expire. You know I think that the idea behind what King Kong represents and there's obviously been an extraordinary amount of both academic critical just fun writing about What happens when colonialists enter a less developed world and attempt to steal things from it But in addition to that it is this grand spectacle and we talk a lot on the show about is. It doesn't move. You have a reason to be seen in a movie theater. Then I feel like the original King. Kong is is one of the landmark achievements and you have to see this on a giant screen. There's nowhere else for to be seen. We'll for sure. I maybe just in terms of bridging King Kong with those other brand name monsters of the period he in genders the same kind of complex sympathy. That you have with Boris. Karloff Frankenstein. Right I mean you even have a rhyme in those two movies wherein Frankenstein. He picks the little girl up by the river without doing what he's doing. And you know drowns her accidentally and certainly king kongs intentions towards Aren't violent. They're they're in his sort of chivalrous or desirous or somewhere in between there. I think the reason he endures an even the point that God's Zilla as a character eventually got bent in King kongs direction because the original godzillas dot anthropomorphized sympathetic at all. And then over the years. And they made Godzilla more like King Kong. I think being inside that sort of like destructive force but you're also misunderstood and you're more a victim of circumstance than anything else that's a really appealing escapist fantasy for filmgoers even thinking the original King Kong as terrifying as it is and as brutal as the violences like a people have never seen it. He smush is people into Goo on screen. You know You're still with him and I think that that's a really great monster. Movie needs on some kinds of great monster movies that you need that possible level of identification or sympathy. So it's not just purely a nightmare. I think the original King Kong does that just just amazingly well. So you're next pick actually doesn't do the former thing that you were just describing which is there's no crushing there's no Gu. There's no absolute violence of a kind in your next week. What's your next movie? The next movie I have is is cap. People which is part of a cycle of really low key atmospheric horror movies produced in the mostly in the nineteen forties. Bhai guy named Val Luton and I would say that if you get a chance to see Ken. Jones documentary thou loot man in the shadows. I think it's the best documentary I've ever seen about a filmmaker at particularly about how Luton changed horror movies by using the lack of a budget. And the lack of franchise -able characters. You Know He. He didn't have the roster that universal was working with all these all star. You know horror icons so he made it less more. It's the it's the the the the cinema of of of suggestion and scary around the edges. But it's also movie about people transforming into cats I. It's a booby that plays the the ambiguity of is this or isn't this real up. You know for for a long time but it really does give over to the idea that the main character the heroin does when stimulated or afraid you know actually transform into A cat due to this this this Eastern European mysticism and it's also a movie. I'm sure they'll come later. That gets remade in the eighties and completely liberalised because instead of just talking with someone turning into a cat or remembering someone turning into a cat you actually see it on screen with with special effects and it's It's less effective to me. Do you do you like the Paul schrader version that you're describing the eighties version. I like the Paul schrader version. Because it's wild acid trippy. Paul schrader horror movie. And it's it's glory and it's actually not as full-on like latex hydraulic special effects. His other movies from the period. But I I love the original are you are you. Are you fond of the delude films directed by Jacques Turner? Who did a bunch of the other ones is it a? Is it a a a source of Phantom for you it is? I saw cat people and the Leopard men in a couple of them many many years ago and then actually over Halloween this year my wife and I were looking and you know as I get older Halloween. Getting more and more difficult to program. If we're not gonNA rewatch something. But we watched a couple movies. We watched The criterion collection had the ghost ship which I had never seen which I thought had. It has a very similar approach to kind of What's happening in the shadows? Which is most of his films are using that strategy of not showing the thing and then I watched by myself. The body snatcher and both of them. I thought were pretty great. I mean I this is also a case where I I. I probably saw Kent Jones's documentary before seeing any of the films and while that was a great thing for my film education it also kind of warped perception of the movie because I was seeing it as a kind of intellectual exercise in a way where I understood technique as opposed to some of these other movies that we're GonNa talk about here where I just happened to be nine years old when I saw it in a completely reorganized my brain chemistry in a way but I do like his movies. And especially this one that you've chosen well and then also just the last thing to say but it may be that because it's not special effects and spectacle it anticipates where horror movies would go in the sixties with the idea of the monster within right. I mean here. It's not a an invading apor vampire. It's the idea of a woman who's subconscious and her inner life motivates this transformations client about the link between monstrous and desire and monstrous and repression. Which is why it tends to be. You Know Pretty Beloved Academically but I mean by the sixties. Neither US talk about these movies. But you start having the idea of the human monster in movies like psycho or whatever else and you can kind of trace aligned from the way cat. People stages horror towards that stuff. I think I think that's right. And I think it's probably a capitals nifty double feature with the peg for this film the invisible man because that movie is also as much about.

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Mississippi State likely missing QB Garrett Shrader for bowl game after alleged altercation with teammate

Lewis and Logan

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Mississippi State likely missing QB Garrett Shrader for bowl game after alleged altercation with teammate

"Mississippi state quarterback Garrett Schrader out for music city bowl reportedly due to injuries sustained an altercation with teammate turns out Schrader looks like has oral bone broken or fractured in practice Friday last week with a teammate so now senior transfer Tommy Stevens from Penn state will start the music city bowl all the Mississippi state coach Tom there Joe Moore had said was hit upper body injury because I punched in the face it looks like a body Camillus looks like a defense of player punch him in the face in practice some sort of him had went home to home in on him and so Hey Steven have been blank is Stephen played in the egg bowl and Schrader came in for Stephen after his ribs this isn't that crazy to have Tommy Stevens command who'd been the star even so much fighting before damn ball game it means more in the SEC became known as me more yeah meetings mean more practices mean more they get to the point where you're at in it the fights that are causing you to miss time and now in music city Kerry Schrader has to face the

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Banned Twitter accounts ‘targeted Chinese government critics’

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Banned Twitter accounts ‘targeted Chinese government critics’

"China's propaganda strategy is changing and tech companies are taking notice Twitter and Facebook recently took down some accounts that they said were part of the Chinese state backed effort to undermine the protests in Hong Kong and here's to mac has the story China is moving from information denial to something more active historically China has focused less on this information outside of the country and more on trying to deny a space to narratives that it doesn't like trying to get people to censor themselves that's Matthew Schrader a China analyst for the alliance for securing democracy he uses as an example what happened after a Norwegian committee awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to Chinese dissident in twenty ten China actually cut off all exports of salmon from Norway to China which is a significant business from Norway that's billions of dollars as a way of saying the Norway you shouldn't be putting this person on a platform China couple this with the strategy of using state media outlets to paint a rosy version of the

"schrader" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The ouija board and you know we'd met because of your show really how that happened well we you had Dave Schrader on one night and I came on real quickly to speak about the ouija board and after that Dave introduced me to rose merry we became quick friends I mean overnight it was we just we shared a bond a call not like a full sister in fact some of the work we did with spirit and the guy that came through we use use the ouija board together cold we had the vibration like we were ancient queen and I I've got to say my heart goes out to Joe because when I got with rose merry I without you know two and is this really what a trooper this this this is difficult for him because they were so close you know most the couples of course sometimes go off and do their own thing Joe when rose Marie were inseparable at these events and conferences Karen that that we would always go to in they were just there what was truly partners right the one he was a bank might balk with those two and we always had a great time and enjoy rosary will change came together I mean was there the power couple and I've got to share that their love they have for each other and just how much fun they had for life the venture exploration and I got to partake in that and I'm so happy to call them both my dear friend back several years ago Karen I was going to be doing a full Weegee board show with a Weegee board live in the studio when I had several guests including rose merry Ellen gaily and I was having second thoughts about doing the program and I had Jordan Maxwell Bruce Goldberg and rose merry Ellen godly and rose Marie was the one proponent who really wanted me to go through with the ouija board Cheryl and I decided that for whatever reason and you know the way I feel about we she boards I said no I'm not going to do the program and she said why why and I said I just don't want to be were sponsor bowl for anything happening to anybody was listening to the show who might run out and get a ouija board or whatever I just don't want to do it so I'm just not going to do the show so we did something else with them is our guest and he had a pretty good show but it was not a live ouija board show but she was just a marvelous paranormal researcher who not only was good at what she did but she really enjoyed doing it and that's what made her so special I agree to a thorough and extensive he's on a bright light on the to hold them do do Wilson and humanity if you know everything I chose that from angels is on these should know fears with going into it we search net and presenting of what she found and I have no doubt that where she is now in the next frontier she's out there having her neck latest adventure exploring and discovering eternity and she understood the dangers of four of of what she was doing dabbling in with the dark side to do the story she was like an investigative reporter but she put herself I think sometimes many times at harm's what risk just to do these programs and stories well you know that's that's investigator does that go out there and they're going to push the boundaries to bring back the information so we can understand and have a better idea of what's going on out there she was not afraid of the unseen dimensions and that is where she is not connected with Lee and the the phases and that to me if anybody understood the aflac what it's about she'd be the one close to it and I guarantee the transition for her in that space and we're she's now she's like wow this is me because I would be willing and able to go look at these place before I came here I always look forward to when she was going to be on the program because just I knew what was just going to be a blockbuster show and you know once we would open up phone lines and I'm looking forward to that the next hour with some of our special guests people just love what she talked about I mean the subject matter she dealt with angels and demons send you know dreams she touched on all of it again yeah we were yeah and you know what every year the Christmas Eve I love to listen to when you have on doing a although I knew that her angel stories and read our books I couldn't wait to hear it was so beautiful to hear her voice again tonight give us like I hear her voice every now and then my head I heard it today when you were going to the show tonight and I and it was just great to hear tonight well you know we're talking about her next hour we're going to run a little clip about her talking about angels in the history of Christmas which is a classic but Karen you keep in touch with us you to pick up the torch in run with your end of what you've done for rose merry for her name and just keep doing what you do okay absolutely will cheaper crown thank you George thanks Karen Dahlman who is a staunch supporter in ouija boards I can't change your mind I've tried she just will not stop talking about in working with and researching the ouija board she's not a scared scared of that at all up next more special guests throughout the night and of course we will culminate the final hour with more special clips and guests but also your phone calls about rose Marie yelling guy Lee how much she may have touched you as a listener listening to the programs will be back in a moment on coast to coast AM never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast so email newsletter available for free coast to coast AM dot.

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"schrader" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sheriff Jeffrey Schrader, we take these threats seriously. It's not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school or references it in that regard. I know that this opens a wound especially on an anniversary week come Saturday. It'll be twenty years since the massacre at Columbine President Trump's legal team is preparing a possible rebuttal the Pentagon what's in special counsel. Robert Muller's rusher report, presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway says the mood is great at the White House in the report collusion. No criminal conspiracy. No indictment coming and then it's got to be a little bit disappointing for those ways to twenty two months in twenty five million. Plus looking for you redacted version goes to congress on Thursday. The president vetoed. A bipartisan congressional resolution ending US support for the Saudi prosecuted war in Yemen. He's also tightening the screws further on Cuba. The president will let American sue any company doing business in Cuba as using property seized in the nineteen fifties revolution at action continues to help undo president. Obama trying to normalize relations with Cuba and punish that company for siding with the Madero regime in Venezuela. ABC's Andy Field, the US and Iran gauging it a bit of tit for tat a day after the US designation of Iran's military, the revolutionary guard as a terrorist organization went into effect. Iranian lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a Bill labeling US forces in the Middle East as a terrorist organization. The sprint t mobile merger may not happen. The Wall Street Journal reported that antitrust staff at the Justice department who have been reviewing it. It's all those companies. The plan merger is unlikely to be approved as structured you're listening to ABC news. You're driving down the freeway you look up and there's a billboard husband wife law team dot com. Will you know them there the injury lawyers? But then next to that is a picture of a teacher. What's that all about? Hi, I'm Mark Brier. And I'm Alexis prior where the husband and wife law team, and we've been running this teacher appreciation. Contests for years why because teachers deserve to be recognized. They make a huge difference for our kids. They make a difference in our community. And we decided to do something about it Alexis. Tell them what we do teacher appreciation program we surprise teacher each month Marco's into the classroom or the school. We give them a gift certificate for two hundred fifty dollars. We an awesome pizza party for them. And then we throw them up on a billboard. So everyone can congratulate them for being the winning teacher. Do you know a great teacher? I know you do nominate the teacher and husband wife team dot com. Tell us why that teachers making a difference. And let's recognize some of these awesome. Teachers in the valley have a teacher that you love. Visit us that husband and wife team dot com. This is Pat McMahon and back when Monty, and I did these Kyko roofing commercials together. Remember how he used to warn? You homeowners about some of those fly-by-night roofers who would come out.

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"schrader" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the unexplained in Hello, Greg. Good to have you with us pleasure to be here. George thanks for having him with our old colleague Dave Schrader a couple of years ago. Weren't you? Both of you or just yeah. Good guy, your friend. So let's talk about the paranormal, and I'll I'll talk to you individually for a while. Then just both of you jump in anytime you want, but Greg how did you get started in this? Well, Dana, and I quite literally grew up investigating the paranormal we've been doing it for twenty years. Driving around at night listening to coast to coast on our. Journeys into haunted houses as kids. And then we started to get more serious about it and about three years ago. We said, well, let's give this a crack. Let's see if we can do this full-time, and we launched the traveling museum of the paranormal and the occult and now we pretty much spend eight nine months out of the year on the road traveling from coast to coast presenting haunted objects collecting, haunted objects, helping people with any kind of paranormal problem investigating pretty much anything you name it. Do you go all over the country? Hope it literally coast to coast California to main Florida all over now. What do you drive? I mean, traveling museum to me sounds like you pick up something in this huge trucker van what do you? What do you have believe it or not it is a Volkswagen minivan? No. We're very good at tetris. I love it. I love it and Dana. What is a hedge witch? Is. I mean, a lot of people kind of have different ideas about what it is. Really? It's usually someone who associates a lot with the natural world. So they work a lot with medicinal herbs. They work a lot with things that you can find in nature, and that kind of becomes one of the major aspects of their magical practice you sound like a good witch. Can there be bad witches? I think just like people there's good pedia people. And I think that really it's all about the intention behind what you're doing. So. Yeah, I think there can be a bad bitches, Greg as you travel around the country with the museum. Do you find that more and more people are fascinated by all this? Well, I think that we're in a really good climate for people to be fascinated by it. I think we're seeing a resurgence in the last few years of people getting more in touch with the spiritual nature of things, and they're more interested in that type of thing. And I think that more than ever they're less afraid of it. We're starting to see people who are becoming less. Scared of the idea of the unexplained in the paranormal is becoming more of a normal thing. That's one of the things that we're constantly one of the biggest messages of of the museum that we run is that most of the time these things that people are afraid of they're just trying to get your attention. And so I think we're in a perfect place for the paranormal right now in the paranormal work that you've done, Greg. Have you ever come across anything that? Even scared you or something you didn't want to get involved with quite a few times. You know, there's things that.

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"schrader" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"schrader" Discussed on Unspooled

"But for me, it's interesting. I kind of fascinated by his performance. It's a weird kind of stilted it almost feels like he's reading a bit off a cue cards like he's not as smooth as I imagined John Wayne to be are you deepen the world of John Wayne? I'm not incredibly deep either. I think I saw this around the time I saw state coach. Here's the thing with John Wayne like he is a man whose body of work is huge heated tons of films. A lot of them are in that kind of good guys saving the day role. You know, whether he was a soldier or cowboy sort of the same kind of thing, and I haven't seen most of those myself I've seen like his outliers and his best ones. I've seen the best of him and not the average of him. And so I feel like that conflicted with them, I like complicated personal feelings about John. Wade Neto like a right winger as the guy who was really mad at high noon. The he he is in a way like bad Ethan Edwards for me. And I have to do things. Like remember that it's a cowboy movie a western movie? We're Ethan Edwards shoots three men in the bag. And then I'm like, oh, yeah. Because you do not do that. Right. And I think that you, and I probably are much more aware of the films like you said that are subverting these tropes. And so it doesn't seem. Mm-hmm. Too insane. To me. I mean, this feels in many respects like a version of taken. It's a revenge flick. It's like Charles Bronson to me we've gotten so far in this idea of the anti hero that there's nothing really shocking about what he's doing like. Yeah. That guy tried to kill him. And he shot them in the back. All right, fine. Like, I felt it was all kind of even there. You know? Yeah. I mean because when you look at this character of demand who's on this like endless quest that he wants to do solo to rescue a woman to save something sort of. But really awesome just his own event. I mean, not only is it definitely taxi driver. Paul Schrader talked about that a lot this being like his favorite movie when he wrote that film. It's also a pug lips. Now, it's also like so many films. We've already seen just in the show of like, I'm the guy is going to go it alone. You might not like me. I'm not gonna even try to be good guy. Right. This is I am. So the movie comes out nine hundred eighty six and I think it's a time where the country is changing. You know, we mentioned earlier that's the end of the. The bus segregation laws, and I think this movie in a way is kinda showing the old and the new school like Ethan is part of this old school mentality. He hates native Americans. No matter what you know so much. So that he literally shoots an Indian in the is to mess up his ascension into heaven. I mean think about that he hates them so much that he learns their customs in order to fuck with them more. It's next level. It really is an unlikable protagonist. But he's paired with very much in the buddy cop vein he's paired with someone who's like an eighth Comanche. And so this is this kind of push and pull between them, you know, very reminiscent of in the heat of the night to we're talking about a lot of these female that are coming up. But I feel like at the end of the day. This movie is not making a statement necessarily on the state of America as much as people want to believe that it is. I. It's kind of doing it. But it's a little half way. I don't know if all those parallels hold up, and I don't want to become in here. And I don't like westerns, I do like westerns. I just feel like the themes are little different. When you watch it without context..

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Jury Verdict: No Reward For LeGrier Family In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Steve Cochran

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Jury Verdict: No Reward For LeGrier Family In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

"Steve are you ready i am ready all right give us a news least sixty eight degrees in chicago with sunshine this morning criminal investigation is underway after an elderly woman was found dead in a house fire in gary fire crews were called at around free a m this morning to the home in the thirty one hundred block of johnson that's just southeast of the borman expressway the victim was reportedly found dead when crews arrive officials say it was a woman in her seventies caused the fire is under an unknown at this time and a criminal investigation also involving the police there is underway a judge presiding over the wrongful death lawsuit against chicago police officer robert we all know for the fatal shooting of quin tonio la greer in two thousand fifteen reversed a jury finding yesterday in favor of the teens family the county jury awarded nearly a million dollars to legris parents the family was asking for twelve to twenty five million however the judge in the case reverse the decision after learning the jury also found real feared for his life when responding to a call of the disturbance the judge's decision means that the family will get no money and supreme court justice anthony kennedy's retirement has all sides gearing up for a momentous confirmation battle for president trump's next nominee to the high court president says he'll pick from a list of twenty five games and he's starting the selection process immediately democrats are arguing decision should be delayed until after the midterm elections and those are the headlines wgn sports is sponsored by northwestern football chicago's big ten team make it three straight wins for the white sox six one at home yesterday over minnesota james shields seven scoreless innings the white sox look for the sweep here tonight on the southside it's actually this afternoon on twelve thirty five one ten here on wgn rough start for kyle hendrix did make it out of the third any the cubs lose seven to five to the dodgers last night four game series wrap up this afternoon for the split jose cantata on the bound facing clayton kershaw for the los angeles dodgers blackhawks have acquired forward jordan schrader from columbus in exchange for backup goaltender jayantha ruby and south korea knocked off defending champion germany to nil yesterday at the world cup coach fits in the music city bowl champs host michigan nebraska wisconsin notre dame illinois and more this fall at ryan field single game tickets on sale now at any sports dot com go catch on eighty major wgn sports you can get a business credit card.

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