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Fresh update on "scott jennings" discussed on The Boxer Show
"The end of the year and very likely the first quarter of 2022 on NBC's meet the press president Biden's chief medical advisor says Some companies have already started studies on how to make thanks, nations that are safe for kids under 12. You describe the process as a step by step age de escalation for various groups. Don't you noted High school age youth will likely be able to get their shots this fall. Reaction from Ohio Senator's to President Biden's covert relief bill and Ohio senator says there is too much pork and the proposed covert 19 relief bill. More than half of it won't even be spent in this calendar year based on the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. On ABC this week. Republican Rob Portman says We're in the pandemic now, and we should help Americans as soon as possible. Democratic Ohio Senator shared Brown says lawmakers need to go big with the relief bill or face a generational scar on the economy. Years later, I may see Jepson, the tantrum of the platform brewing company was closed to get on Sunday after a half dozen employees abruptly quit their jobs. BC six is Mary Smith says the former workers claimed there were overworked, underpaid and we're not told about positive covert 19 cases in the workplace images that the two page note have gone viral, the company responding late Saturday in a statement on social media, it says, in part, we're currently gathering information about the issues that were raised. It goes on to say his implemented CDC protocols and proper communication following positive cases of covert 19. It also confirms it's temporarily closed. A friend of one of the workers sister to go fund me page to cover living expenses. I'm Scott Jennings. Thanks. News Updated six. The Brain of Boxers show starts next. T Mobile is now the.
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"T V and and into the newsroom now with Scott Jennings. Hey, Brandon. President Biden says domestic terrorism needs to be recognized as the greatest terror threat to the U. S. During a CNN town hall of any Milwaukee, Biden said domestic terror groups include some quote. Invented dangerous people. It was also pressed about former President Trump being acquitted in his second Senate impeachment trial. Biden said he wants to change the focus from Trump to the American people and said he's tired of talking about Trump again. Trump turning on a former ally. Meanwhile, he slams Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and a new statement calling the Kentucky senator a quote dour, solid and unsmiling political hack. Scathing comments come days after McConnell blamed Trump for the riots at the U. S Capitol, even though he voted to acquit him in the impeachment proceedings. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp calling for an overhaul the state's citizens arrest law. Nearly a year after Amado Barbary was killed while out for a jog, Kim said Armory was a victim of vigilante style violence that has no place in Georgia. He wants the Legislature to appeal a Civil War era citizen's arrest law that was cited as a reason to not hold the killers accountable. Amazon's Jeff basis back to being the richest person on earth. Tesla's shares dropped 2.4%. Tuesday's setting CEO Elon must fortune back more than $4.5 billion, with the net worth of 191.2 billion basis now best must by nearly a billion dollars. Atlantic City struck Plaza Hotel and Casino scheduled for demolition this morning. The property's been vacant and crumbling since 2014 the 34 story hotel tower, right in the center of Atlantic City's famed Boardwalk was former President Donald Trump's first Atlantic City venture in 1984. I'm Scott Jennings. Next news updated. Ate the brain of boxers show is back Next. The latest traffic and weather info is coming up in minutes. You have to know what conditions are going to be driving in weather, and I'm gonna be late news radio 6 10. W TV END calling you Then you need to get something Got a minus is a plus sweater unit up. Whether begins Indio to make a big cat sandwich at Roy Rogers. We used big head. It's a youngling beer battered cod fish feli with cheese and tartar sauce on a Kaiser ruled down boys.
Trump and Biden make final pitch to voters at last debate
"All right. We're going to turn now to our team of political strategist to get their take on what happened last night. We heard from Democratic political strategist Karen Finney and Republican strategist Scott Jennings yesterday ahead of the debate, and they are here again this morning. Good morning to you both. Good morning. Scott. I want to start with you. You said yesterday you thought the mute feature of the ability to mute the candidates. Different intervals could actually work in Trump's favor. You called it a medicine that would help him because it would let him make his economic argument. Did it work? Did that happen? Yeah, It's always fun being right and Donald Trump last night, you know whether it was the mute button or whether it was his own personal self control. Finally. He actually let Joe Biden talk, and I think it also let Donald Trump think about what he wanted to say next, which then caused them to actually have a choice. Sort of a debate over policy, which is the way trumps always needed this election to be framed up. Now it's late. A lot of folks have already voted or made up their minds. But finally, for one night, we actually had a debate over policy, and Donald Trump sounded pretty good. So can what do you make of that Because some Republicans are supporters of President Trump had reportedly said, You know, we just need here. Joe Biden speak that He'll essentially forgive him along enough piece of rope that he'll hang himself. We'll make some kind of Gaff. What did you make of having that the space that move between them and the ability to let them both talk didn't work, divided? Well, I think it actually worked to both of their favor. I'm willing to say that and congratulations, God, I thought of you, actually, not without being so disciplined. I thought it's Scott actually talk to him because you know, and it does matter. I mean, look, my other critique. Obviously, most importantly of President Trump's performance was that a lot of what he said was still untrue. But you know, one of the things as communicator we know is that the tone of the style of what you say matters and and I certainly think the space between them aloud for more of a conversation. I certainly thought that Vice President Biden also had an excellent night. In that, you know, he was ableto be clearly talking about substance as well. I think a number of the hits from President Trump really didn't seem tto land. Quite so well. And there were a couple of pretty cringe worthy moments like the conversation about Children who had been separated from their parents that despite his demeanor, I don't think worked well for Trump and I think Again. Gave Biden the space to actually have a comment about that. Instead of just, you know, the kind of behavior we saw in the first debate. So I want Oh, I wantto ask about one particular moment. The moderator Kristen Welker of NBC, asked President Trump what he would say to Americans. Who have not liked how how he has talked about race or seem to exacerbate racial divides in this country, and this is how he responded. Let's by the state. Nobody has done more for the black community and Donald Trump. And if you look with the exception of Abraham Lincoln, possible exception, but the exception of Abraham Lincoln. Nobody has done what I've done. I mean, Republicans believe that Scott it discounts the actions of several previous presidents. I mean, Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964, ending segregation. Yeah. I mean, I could do without the the bravado and the hyperbole about Abraham Lincoln. However, if you was that entire exchange, Donald Trump actually does have a story to tell When you talk about criminal justice reform and his support of the historically black colleges and universities, the economic numbers prick over it. He has a story to tell. And then he pivoted and said, What did you do while you were in office for the last eight years under Obama for for your 47 year career and actually take it take out the hyperbole about leaking, which, by the way, has always been patently ridiculous. The story. He could tell about what he did not too bad. So, aside from that I was happy with the case he brought on that.
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"Certain things, and then like life bill walk and then not do it and nobody hold accountable because that's not really what it was now, right what it is abou is feeling like suddenly your identity is being recognized and put back in place that you believe that it should be I think the minute Hugo saw window to do things differently. So the party is trying to be more diverse National Party was saying we have to change the way we appeal to communities of color. Specifically. How we appealed young people how he feels women at. That was passed that people were willing to go down if it was the only way and the mid Donald Trump center, there's this other way immediately went there and I don't remember policy being that much of a conversation point ever. Really. You're in a piece for the Washington Post earlier this month. It was I was a Republican and I drew my red line too late. I'll answer for my choices for years to come what, what are you saying this piece and who are you hoping to reach this piece I think. What I'm saying is. I. Went along with the party even when. I was having doubts ray I still. Play. The game of Hoti Stale did how do you? How do you give the party just enough so that they will let me keep doing this and that I'm doing and As a game that everybody plays but I think. I mentioned in the. op-ed I mentioned. Voting voting rights and that. I didn't fully understand that that when people were talking about voter I d, it wasn't hard to get an idea. Hawaii. So I didn't understand what that was the news dude people in Georgia but I should ask questions and things like that or things and I'm always gonNA regret and what I know now is that you do regret those things those votes and the people that I'm talking to are the people who voted for trump if our sign who are still considering doing it. Again. But can look at him and say I know that he is not the person that was a carrying Eric Afford I know that he s Murphy's at my mom's and I, knew I believe something different but harmony feels like I should vote for him anyway because I'm a Republican and I should go along my party and what I want those people oh is that you regret that day your your kids ask you that your family members ask you later how did you supported that and? That regret is, is not a fun thing to. What other things you wrote about in your in your piece for the Post that when you started criticizing Donald, trump on the basis of values. Out as well as policy and tone. People kept saying. Thank you. Getting might go back to Japan. and. Your family has been in for what four generations generation. Irish family. Family. Family a you know like most Americans Have A. Combined Heritage. About. This phobia. One things that I. Say often when I went ride and the first time I went to London was the first time I ever felt. Fully American. I've been in. My Yeah I, very much marriage. But we always have those fires right and so. When I went on and felt people treat me as. A A real American was the first time I recognized that that is not how I was treated with an my party. or in the world, many people have this experience. Many people have this experience in America way worse than I did but. I think. Switching parties and having. That national profile for awhile really show me mamiit target for people that that. Genuinely don't want. Me here genuinely don't want people of Color here they believe it to be American history white and I. The extent of the prevalence of that and their willingness to say it out loud and and the calls that they would make me and all of it just shocking to me. Yeah. was there any part of you that thought that you should stay within the Republican Party to see whether you could effect change from within? That's that's part of part of. Why I stayed as long as I did there was a point at which long before Donald Trump there was a point which I knew that this was a fifty fifty battle that there was a chance that the elements that would later elect trump would take us over and I thought sir standing there helping to hold the line and I was to a certain extent and I did and I did stay a pass that moment I remember a couple of my other friends left remember saying to them it's not time yet. It's not over yet. So. Once I left it. Really. There was a sense of. Loss and it was sad because I was leaving because I, felt like over. Everything that I could try to change it I just want to ask them if something else you sent me a p said that there are only so many ways to say I was wrong at Zoster them all why do you think it's so important to say that you were wrong. and. That you're sorry why do you think that matters? I mean the fact is people do change their minds but but using feel very strongly that you feel a need to publicly account and I just wondered why. Yeah I think that there can be no this country needs reconciliation. This country needs to be brought back together and. You can't use that knowledge that you're wrong this diverse step to and change. A for me when I see Republicans. Come out and said how he change the way they're talking about diversity are suddenly say that. They're disagree with trump on one particular issue i. Immediately. Don't trust it. Often, because there's been no knowledge of wrongdoing and so for me, I just IOS like another way to to win it's changing the message to win and I think that's incredibly important for the people who have been wrongs to see. US Even people like me say I'm sorry I know what I did and I'm going to try to fix it I don't think he knew for. Best commercials thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you. And that's it for now. 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"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"The millions. But for many African. The Africans and they have a very different than their own history dense steam and I think many of us in the diaspora can gain a lot of strengthened inspiration from that. Of what might not be will conduct, but you also have a really important story about Christianity in Ethiopia because they were entrant form of Christianity, I think in the fourth century already and. What was like, when Victorian era missionaries came and try to tell them about Christianity. He's profoundly surreal to go and see these incredible thuds and full century churches in the mountains neath and walls. They're these murals of black Jesus black married. I'm not trying to make political statement. It was very obvious to fool century Ethiopian that Jesus and Mary and The disciples were back. That's how they picked them. The idea that this place that was you know a religious sensor on Jerusalem on tonight but one of the great religious capitals of the world in human history, how to tolerate all of these European missionaries in your of empire-building coming and trying civilized them into Christianity I mean, this was a time when Europe was still in the Dark Ages. So I think that many people don't realize that countries like Ethiopia have practiced these global religions way before anyone in Europe about them and it's one of many things that they had literature off. That was incredibly sophisticated long before that kind. Of sophistication existed in many parts of Europe. So I think that again the colonial gaze has just made us quite blind to the truth than the actual, actually the new on them the fascinating stories that exist in these history. Then it's always a challenge to tell them because I think. I'm not trying to negate the colonial as I'm not interested in it. I think I want to hear African speaking for themselves about their own identities and their own creativity, and and that's what I really hope will come across in this series that you can also hear that the that fuel cell. Do in Kenya and in Senegal, the other two countries you profile there's a lot of focus on music on how the music of Africa frankly has been so important, not just there but but but in the rest of the world in, Senegal, we're going to play a little clip. You Talk to you talk to a Griot, which is a traditional musician and they have this history of storytelling and he talks to you about what that is. Declared is the. Messenger we. Ask Thirty and. We keep story and retail story..
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"There is no need for the military. We already have first of all militarized police departments. Then you can add the National Guard, and then you're going to bring the military, and on top of it. It is political. It's posturing and it is probably one of the worst things he could do to our country right now. I just wanted to say for everybody to understand and this is in the same Wall Street. Journal editorial quoting the Commissioner for intelligence. In The New York Police Department, we believe that a significant amount of people who came here looting, and all the rest of it came from outside advance preparation scouts they use of encrypted information resupply routes for gasoline, and and all that he said he said there's a strong indicator they plan to act disorder property damage, violence, violent encounters. He said of all the arrests hundreds of arrests, since the twenty eighth of May, one in every seven were from outside of New York masterpieces. Connecticut Pennsylvania New Jersey Iowa Nevada, Virginia Maryland Texas and Minnesota suggesting extensive coordination? What can you do as Congress and? The speaker of the House Nancy. Pelosi has given the congressional black. Caucus. The authority to seek solutions and come up with an aggressive response to the violation of African American, civil and human rights. What can you do about this issue for instance? because. They're being blamed for the looting. Absolutely, and I I think that that is very sad. There have been many exchanges first of all. It is wonderful to see so many white young people out protesting in solidarity. The protests are an absolute rainbow. People of every ratio Rupe are out, but when you do have groups who are not from the area and were not African American then Gra, feeding and using the names black. Black lives matter and all of that as an excuse to push another agenda whether it's to the right or the Left I. think that's very unfortunate. You should know that members of the Black Caucus have been working on police. Accountability Issue I, I'm sad to say, but for decades the only thing that's new now is that people have cell phones and that they can actually document. Abuse and murders that have been taking place forever that African Americans have been pleading and crying and trying to get a policy fixes that now the entire world can see what goes on, and so given that members have been working on a legislative package for a long time. We're pulling those bills together right now, and we will be introducing bills very soon. We have a hearing coming up. Up In judiciary on Wednesday, the congressional black, caucus will be in Washington. DC NEX- next week. We are attending the more memorial service on Thursday and Mineola in Minneapolis, and in Houston on Tuesday George Floyd was from Houston, so there will be two services will be attending all of those wild. We're working on pulling our bills together and we will introduce a comprehensive package on police accountability. So. Let me just play what Vice President Biden said today to this to this account to what you're talking about. He said no more delay. No more excuses and he's asking Congress to work specifically, and and this is what he said. Take a listen congresswoman. I call the Congress. ACT This month. Are.
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"He also called on Congress to move legislation this month to the president that keeps that that that denies weapons of war from being transferred to local police departments. If you watch the videos just like I did of the footage of tanks, and and and military personnel on the streets of of a of the united up on the streets of. Of America, it was just it's just harrowing, so there are a couple things that we can do. enforcing national of force, a use of force standards there a number of things that we can do right now, but cannot wait vice by them by also said that he has a plan for policies that he will be releasing in the coming weeks, but again there's a down payment that folks can put down right now to to help. Bring some justice to America. So I want to get to the heart of this matter because he said himself vice. President Biden and let me just quote. He said it's GonNa. Take more than talk. We've talked before. We've had protests before. We have to end the systemic racism to that end I was was. Moved by the Archbishop of York here in the United Kingdom the. Level Black Church person here in the UK Today, the problem is America has not been listening to the real problems of Americans and people of Color I want to plead with my brothers and sisters that what is called for restorative justice where truth justice, mercy and peace meat. So why do I say that because yesterday? When the vice president went into the church? Church and when he had his meetings, he was confronted by people who said yes joe. We support you, but we need to push you. It is not just good enough to not be trump. We need you to show that there's more you can do than the stuff that wasn't done under the first black president in America Barack Obama when you've his vice president. There's a lot to be done, and there's a lot of promise that the people have not been able to see fulfilled. Look beazer intersectional issues again I just want to remind folks I think this this this this the fact that all of these issues are compounding that we have the arrest in America on top of the coronavirus pandemic that has created both a public health crisis and an economic crisis, an economic crisis, frankly those tracking to be worse than the Great. Depression, there is real unrest here I mean in the vice engages speech today in Philadelphia Pennsylvania at the at the heart in the founding of the democracy of America, just a couple miles up the road from where he was the average income of. Of folks in North Philadelphia is nine, thousand, seven, hundred eighty three dollars a year, so there is some deep deep deep economic hurt their that is contributing again number of things that we see the answer to that and the Vice President Biden US look fourth is that we have to? Yes, to address criminal justice reform issues, and those are things that he spoke to today and will continue to speak to, but we have a public health crisis. We have to address the inequities public health system under his plan for Biden. CARE does that. We also have to address the that exist. That have crippled communities from being to being able to create and build wealth so under Vice President Biden's plan for Black America. He has put forth a wealth creation agenda that speaks to a creating more home ownership that speaks a small business that speaks the closing helping close that.
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"Everyone and welcome to almond poor. Here's what's coming up. Is Come for. To do systemic racism a study in contrast as the Democratic nominee steps out to combination. We speak to Vice. President Joe Biden. Senior adviser Simone Sanders, about the role of a president in a democracy then. President trump threatens to send in the shock troops against American protesters Republican Strategy Scott Jennings joins us and I talk to the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Karen Bass plus will not see meaningful change until we start this process truth investors that has been long delayed campaign of Racial Justice Bryan Stevenson tells Walter. Is it simply that America can only move forward if it truly faces, it's past. Welcome to.
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"Morning I'm Scott Jennings this news a service of legacy retirement for traffic and weather every ten minutes mornings and afternoons on newsradio six ten WTVN the look now Johnny hill overnight we had a transformer fire that it closed down Davidson road between Avery and Britain parkway it has been re opened and the trend the fire is reported out for the moment freeway delays are very light into and through downtown as we look ads seventy westbound were about twelve minutes off to fifty six to downtown thirty three is about fifteen minutes from the likes to bypass up to two seventy traffic and weather together powered by ten star and the customer not Johnny hill on newsradio six ten WTVN I'm a VC six first warning meteorologist Jim good all in just a couple of days the average high for us is seventy degrees fortunately we will be at seventy or above this weekend but today low to mid fifties all day brisk winds and showers mid forties with showers tonight showers in the morning upper fifties tomorrow weather is powered by the basement Dr mostly cloudy now fifty three and brand new fifty two week your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN governor Mike DeWine Wednesday laid out his preferences for how local schools scandal graduation ceremonies this spring when we look at whether or not to hold a graduation ceremony social distancing and keeping social distance practices must be first and foremost mass gatherings simply cannot be.
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"Six ten WTVN I'm Scott Jennings the good weather for every ten minutes on the tens from temp store heating and cooling products get the latest on the north our bill now Johnny on forty there's been no change for two seventy eastbound add to three fifteen it remains closed because of the accident overnight they're still investigating now if you're coming eastbound off of Dublin that's going to take an hour to get over to three fifteen if you still need to do that you can get off on it to use on the twenty three north that you cannot go east bound east of twenty three are from this earlier accident scene now for those who are coming over from Dublin that is because I like seven hour long trip if you're trying to avoid going south bound though U. S. secondary accident on two on two seventy south bound south of total that has one left lane still blocked we're gonna run about twenty five minutes from a from a thirty three down to I seventy were also take a look at that north on about camera from seventy one it looks like some of these crews may be clearing this may be changing as we speak so stay with us here I have an update for you coming up in a tent but plan on plenty of delays on three fifteen on the on three fifteen north of two seventy as well as twenty three and outs sawmill a two seventy west we picked up a secondary accident traffic sponsored by nature valley oats and honey crunch bars the satisfying crunch of nature valley crunchy bars you keep your family going which means more outside fun for you and with whole grain oats real delicious honey it's really tasty two major valley ocean honey currency barge traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tenth attempt starred classic air next updated eight ten I'm John Hill newsradio six ten W. TV I maybe see six first warning meteorologist in about Michael good Tuesday morning everyone another cloudy day today thirty eight degrees for the high with a few flurries outside as we get into.
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
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"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"Against sound a similar kind of reckoning when the tone affected my body I mean so much of the music that we consume now through headphones. Maybe it's easy to forget how powerful acoustic instruments are on the body. The physical experience of resonance is so profoundly. Louis moving and that is what activated my love for the instrument and thank God because the Instrument Double Bass was my way into an improvisational music and into my dance with the jazz which is sometimes very intimate and sometimes more like we're doing our own thing in macleod. Talk about seeing Yoyo Ma on Mister Rogers neighborhood playing when you're five and now you teach at Harvard there right. Do you do deal with him. Did you tell them the story. I told him that story. I've I've cried before him many times before Yoma. Yeah thinking about that initial exposure to music. I'm humbled and reminded that we really never know the impact that we're having avenue on people right so fred Rogers using that platform to open up that screen and fill it with everything he could imagine that could be meaningful in nourishing to young people. I hold that in my heart often is just a reminder that as a performer whereas a individual who has the privilege of being in public spaces often. You really never know what you're activating And I I pray I strive I will can. I'm working towards really becoming very mindful and intentional. About what what I bring in with me until those public spaces because look at the power of that one show I know so many people who were affected and babysat and inspired and reminded reminded of their value right to be in fulfilling in full experience as a young person. And thanks so that show. I have so much gratitude and respect for for Fred Rogers and of course for your Yama one of the great things about playing Bass yes ask you get to sort of do a blues line Gary that okay. So how did that to move you into jazz from classical well. I don't know I was in classical classical. You know we were playing Beethoven. You know when you're in the water it's just the water rates when they picked up the instrument and at the time said what you do. Is You mark the harmonic sound through time. And I realized that that was being given permission to play by ear in response. What was happening in real time? which is what I was getting in trouble for the classical pedagogy? I just knew I knew that that was a home I have found. I understand what that meant. I knew that that was a home improvise music and as I started to hear the music I knew they were talking. I knew there was some spiritual personal experience affinity in the sound that was emanating from these records and in my heart my spirit and I say that my relationship to jazz sometimes intimate and sometimes it's far away because it is such such a commitment and I feel authorized to speak as a jazz musician if I'm not deeply in the practice but But I knew that I knew it was going to be a part of my DNA musically forever. You know you once sang and said that jazz ain't nothing nothing but Seoul explain that you could say the same way that we strive to maintain a certain kind of spiritual hygiene you know you meditate territory. You pray you study. We strive to develop that spirit spirit that we all are imbued with. I think jazz is similar. It's a spirit. It's an energy. And it's with our responsibility as practitioners to Stewart it and to have good hygiene and good practice to make sure that it's moving through us at a high resonance that is doing good when it comes out of our body As we hold it in our body and I very much feel that you can be a less technically proficient practitioners music and bring forth the spirit that is quote Unquote Jazz. Which of course is a word that was slapped onto a cultural phenomenon and a pedagogy and a commitment in practice? But since we're using that word yes I'll use that word or at this moment but when you won the grammy for the best new artist right. It was as the first time jazz artists to somebody. Call the jazz artists. Yeah being in proximity with many practitioners of the music who who are such devotees and such profound practitioners of the craft and have never had the kind of spotlight shiner opportunity that I've had because because of factors like my youth or the way that I look or being perceived as sort of an anomaly within a field that at that time was primarily merrily populated by European American men European man. I take that with a very big grain of salt and Philip. Philip are often want to add like an addendum and say year but actually what what. I am not really a jazz musician. I'm I'm borrowing aspects from my study of it but I I pray to use whatever lights headed my way to shine it toward the practitioners that I know are or in the trenches really really deeply in the practice and the community practice of what the music is because it's never been popular music. You know I mean even Duke Ellington said Ed only five percent of the population will ever truly be invested in highly creative music. And that's okay one of the most amazing facts about your life. Was that even before you won your grammy. For best new artist you get invited to be the performer for no for the Nobel Oh bell prize ceremony with Barack Obama. How does that I have no idea? Maybe somebody else wasn't available more look I cable Genus given to it was like here. We are on a big stage again larger than just the stage. Obviously we're we're playing for the king and Queen Okay for sort of our version of the king and Queen you know and essentially what's going through performance. Hey what was going through my body. My head is just let me bring the best just like anywhere because the people in that room of the same value of people in any room for Roll Nobel Prize laureate and we're all human beings you know I mean i. I hope that in a club somewhere are in God knows where with thirty five people we can bring through the same charge and offering musically So honestly the the memory of of different gigs. Don't to to to to to much. Did you play for a the song that I I understood. He liked which was called Espada and that word means hope it means the the action of hoping that you hope better. I hope that. Don't you hope that happens. It's better And invitation to contemplate a what we hope for and to allow sound to support the manifestation of those hopes into realities. We hope you did an in. I think a couple of years ago a cold exposure. And what you did it I think in seventy seven straight hours hours and live streamed yet. You're doing it. What jolt of creativity does that give you to sort of be live streaming new creating an album? I I wanted the performance to the act of creation so we came in blank. We didn't have anything written it was it was a creation. I'm from zero to four album over the course of that livestream event because what I wanted to highlight was the actual process of making making something from nothing. which is the magic of being artist? You've got us about two. So the jolt was what happens when the stakes are as high as they can possibly be. And we're invited into the performance of of creation. And that's what we do for seventy seven hours. I wanted to to expose our creative process. Expose what it actually looks like to be in that strange nebulous gooey. Unknowing place where you're capturing the seat of an idea and then building it into the entire entity something that people can engage with and we managed to make an album. Your latest is twelve little spells. Yeah we came and obviously twelve segment. Everybody bodies what were you trying to do with that. Is that breaking news on there too. Well at present. It's it's speculative genre but now I am seeking to turn it into genre. which is you could say like applied music therapy? Will we draw in elements from allusion work from music therapy from neuroscience from south therapy light syrupy poetry therapy movement therapy and we've it with intention into songs that are intended to affect various parts of the body touch..
"scott jennings" Discussed on Amanpour
"Turning now to an Academy Award winning actor whose work includes the Shawshank redemption and mystic. River Tim Robbins. Career has been a constant constant dialogue between advocacy and artistic expression his most recent play the new colossus pays homage to the immigrants and refugees. Who who came to find a better life in America and also to shape this nation over the centuries? Let's take a look was born in other mature. I was born in Moscow. Oh in the Soviet Union Iran Dot La Vietnam Stuttgart Germany Walker Polian Yugoslavia. The Gun Mahyco tenses parish Louisiana Borneo Malaysia. Budapest Hungary refugee in the year. Nineteen seventy-nine wounded in Beijing. Nineteen percents in in two thousand seventeen. The place title comes from the iconic. Emma Lazarus sonnet inscribed on the Statue of Liberty's pedestal. I talk with the Oscar winning actor director here in New York to talk about this play and some of his. Life's Work Tim Robbins. Welcome to the program. Thank you thanks for having so we started with this exert from your current play Colossus on stage and it's really quite moving particularly in this age where suddenly the fear. The hatred of the foreign is dominant in our culture and in our democracies even. What made you want to do that? And now well we started at about four years ago we were. It was during five years ago. There on the Syrian crisis started talking amongst ourselves. Because at the time I remember there's a lot of rhetoric in the media media about These are potential terrorists and so the play new Colossus is twelve actors Speaking in twelve different languages from from twelve different time periods telling the story of their immigration and It is a story that unifies us. It is our story every time we do it in Los Angeles at our theater. We have a little map in the lobby and we asked people to put magnetic pins in this map of the world To where their ancestors came from and every night in our small theater in Los Angeles the entire world was represented and it started to. We started understand how incredibly diverse our audiences audiences were. But how what a what a gift. That wasn't. How probably only place in the world that you could see that and so then you know at the end of the play I come out and then I ask you share a story with us of a of a relative and the stories? We're here are incredible. Incredible Woman says I want to tell you this story. About American soldier. He was a part of a troop liberating a concentration camp at Buchenwald and he sees this woman start to falter and so he starts to run towards her to to to catch her for she falls. I mean Sargent yelled at him. Stand down so there you know he. He didn't listen any any caught the woman before she felt carried her to the field hospital got in trouble and then when he's out of trouble when visited this woman and this woman at our theater tells me that was my mother and my father. Wow these stories are out there this story an at this divisive time time when we're finding so how many reasons to have differences to be able to be in an audience and have the audience share this experience with us but then to share their own experience variance and to understand that the people they've been sitting with for the last hour and a half share a story with them whether it's this generation or five generations integrations ago. We all have this common DNA. I mean you know not put a fine point on it but obviously the name refers to the poem by Malaysia. It was put on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty and each night in your performance and actress or an actor reads reads the poem including we have to remember the nut graph so so to speak. Give me your tired your poor your huddled masses yearning to breathe free the wretched refuse of your teaming. Shore send these the homeless tempest toss to me. I lift my lamp beside ride the golden door so recently president trump's chief of immigration Cancun Cinelli had his own take on it in which he said. Give me your tired and your poor or who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge. What do you think you'll audiences would say to that? Well first of all be where. A politician The tries to rewrite a poet. This is politics. This is why they are limiting and restricting refugees historic low low. Here's what I would say there is this. DNA let's call it a DNA collected DNA and it is first of all the person that said. No the person that said No. I will not tolerate famine. No I will not tolerate religious oppression or fashion or Nazism and risk their life to leave that to find a better future for themselves. There were those that didn't they didn't survive that. DNA did not survive and then you consider they took this dangerous journey and found their way to a border and were able to get past it and and survive sometimes arduous Jewish journeys on boats across oceans. Some didn't make it that through. That journey then arrived at a port of entry here and somehow with nothing created a future. That's pretty rare individual and created a country and yes and created these future generations. Now shouldn't we be thinking about how extraordinary that is. How beautiful that is? How heroic that is that survival that individual that said no and then somehow create a future for his family? You also did Bob Roberts nearly thirty years ago and it has incredible parallels he the character with the current president's a mockumentary but nonetheless we you ahead of your time or were you reflecting doing stuff that had gone pause. I mean it is incredible that that character exists now in the White House it is. I'm sorry I was right. I Apologize You know you ask. How do you counteract this this division in this hatred? It's through humanity. That's the whole. That's what we do when we tell stories. We're trying to remind our audiences that we share something together you know hate is so easy in the abstract There's so many people you know I was just reading my twitter feed. And you know this so easy to sit behind a computer shooter somewhere and be hateful towards. Why do you have a twitter feed? Why are you reading it? Well that's a very good point curious. Yeah I it's like a drug. UGH I should stop doing but but I guess what I'm getting at. Is that there. When you're when you're telling a story to an audience audience when you're sharing an emotion when you're asking people to go on a journey with you in a in a dark room in a theater we find so much that unites us? There is so so much that we share so much we have in common and it for. It's been the strategy of politicians for years and back when I did Bob Roberts to to divide people to divide and conquer. It's a time honored tradition and it's something that unfortunately people fall for But I think artists exists to remind us that that is only one part of the equation and there is a much much more important profound connection that we all have have with each other so talking about the journey you are you amazed by the fact that Shawshank redemption which is probably one of the really major journeys that you've done on on screen and an in real life. Are you surprised that it has lasted this long. I mean it it. Didn't it wasn't a massive hit immediately and it evolved years twenty five years And it's I get reminded of it. Almost daily How important that film is to people? How profoundly affected them how some people says it shifted their consciousness that made them change their way of life? Art Can do that You know that's what we're all after a rare one and I feel blessed to be part of it so essentially it's about your character who is white guy obviously and wrongly accused and is in is in prison. Here's a little clip that we're going to play it and I must admit yeah. I didn't think much of that. First Time I made is on him. Clyde lied walk talk. That just wasn't home around their era places in the world made.
What will public hearings in impeachment inquiry accomplish?
"When it comes to the impeachment inquiry Republicans on Capitol Hill have grounded their criticism in the process oversight is not being done and we now have a full fledged impeachment committee in the basement of the capitol trying to put a ribbon on a sham process doesn't make it any less of a sham those are the voices of Republican congressman Devin newness and Jim Jordan thus far all the proceedings have been carried out behind closed doors next week though that changes to key witnesses will appear under oath and in open session bill Taylor the top US diplomat in Ukraine and former ambassador to Ukraine Marie you've on of it so what's that mean for congressional Republicans defending the president long time Republican strategist Scott Jennings is with us again Scott thanks for being here thank you good morning how does it how does this change of the Republicans concerns now that the hearings are going to be held in the so called light of day does that satisfy the critique well it will finally allow Republicans to make their case that somebody's Sir complaints against the president are partisan in nature but I don't think it's going to change the ultimate outcome I think the house is already essentially determine it is going to impeach the president so while it will satisfy some Republicans that they get the question the president's accusers on television I think we're headed for impeachment no matter what so brace for a Senate trial no matter what happens in these hearings my opinion may I ask the Republicans have argued as we just heard there that they haven't been given oversight I don't understand that claim because Republicans have been in everyone of these depositions and have been able to ask him questions yeah the Republican complaint is that because these are happening behind closed doors the only thing we know about what is being said is what is being selectively leaked by the committees to the news media so but on the other hands are on the committees right but none of the Republicans questioning of the witnesses is being leak in the context of the full context of the testimony so the essential complaint is you see what the Democrats want you to see but you don't get to see what we say to them or what they say to us now that will change when you have a public hearing and Republicans can ask questions but here to four that's been the complaint and and which is why in part Democrats release those transcripts of those kia pipe testimonies I want to ask about senator Lindsey Graham he's now saying he won't be reading any of these transcripts that have been released Anne's quote written the whole process off here's what he said to reporters yesterday but I can tell you about the trump policy toward the Ukraine it was incoherent it depends on who you talk to they seem to be incapable of forming a quid pro quo so now I find the whole process to be a sham and I'm not religious I mean the GOP response has evolved over time right for Sir was there was no quid pro quo than it was maybe there was a request but it was never executed than there were was the fact that or the argument that it's not an impeachable offense we've got Lindsey Graham now saying the administration's policy was so in coherent there could have been one yeah look as information is come out it's become clear that something happened know whether you consider that to be an impeachable quid pro quo whether you consider that to be a ham handed you know something else the the reality is something happened it strikes me that the correct Republican posture here would be to say yes something happened and Republican senators may consider that varying degrees of bad judgment but I doubt any of them are going to are going to conclude that this was an impeachable offense so I think the correct posture is just to say yes something dumb happened here this should have happened or whatever you wanna call it however they're comfortable calling it but they're all going to land on no impeachment and so it strikes me had to just acknowledge the facts and also acknowledge your position which is I just don't agree with Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff in the Democrats in the house that we should throw out of president over this issue the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani as as become a central figure he tweeted yesterday the investigation he did into Ukraine was quote done solely as a defense attorney to defend my client does not undercut the administration's claim that the work Giuliani was doing there was was about advancing US foreign policy interests in rooting out general Ukrainian corruption not benefiting trump yeah this is a good day having Giuliani inserted into the middle of this has been problematic from the beginning you know when you have a lawyer he supposed to get you out of trouble not get you into trouble in the president's lawyer in this particular case is not done him any favors and so I think hopefully the president the White House learned a lesson not to insert unelected appointed ambassadors a large into complicated foreign policy this is not good to have him in the middle of this and it has not helped the president won the Republican strategist Scott Jennings thinks your
Trump And President discussed on Morning Edition
"President trump spent a good part of his time this week attacking for democratic congresswoman his attacks both verbal and on social media have made these lawmakers representatives Alexandria across the Cortez ill Han Omar I Anna Presley and Rasheeda to leave the most visible Democrats in the country more visible in fact than the twenty plus Democrats who are running for president democratic analista mall Simmons is with us now he's worked as an adviser for several democratic candidates he also hosts a show on hill TV it's called why you should care good morning tomorrow good morning hello alright so let's revisit some of what has happened this very busy week the president held a rally in North Carolina on Wednesday and the crowd started chanting this about Congress woman Omar I think he is unifying his party and he is helping to fracture the Democratic Party in so if you're thinking of it purely tactically yeah I think fracture Democrats president trump get reelected in twenty twenty all right so that was not the right tape with the crowd started chanting was send her back send her back send her back the tape we heard there was GOP strategist Scott Jennings he was on the show yesterday and he told us he does not like this message because represented Omar is American but he said this is working to destabilize the Democratic Party do you think he's right I don't think is destabilizing the Democratic Party what it we're doing here is but the president is going after Democrats he is also energizing Democrats so the Democrats are really coming together around this idea of standing up against in a phobia you know what we seem from the Chinese exclusion act two of the ship that was turned around the Saint Louis that when the ship of Jewish refugees showed up the United States to what we saw in Charlotte's filled just in two thousand seventeen the president's actions are a long line in a long line of Xena phobic reaction this country has had to immigrants into into people were diverse and so Democrats recognize that and what you saw that two hundred thirty five member vote in the house tell you Democrats are fractured in fact all Democrats in the house of representatives voted against the president's words to defend the four women that the president attacked devoted to condemn his remarks is racist Yap me ask you something about a democratic unity or disunity this all started because last week speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi gun who kind of spot with this Congress women they oppose her approach to a border funding bill and then she criticized them in The New York Times do you think that rift is really over listen at progressive Democrats are trying to do something which is very different than I think what Nancy policies up to now because he's concerned about passing bills right and so when she says they only have four votes begin nessie blows his world that's what matters in the world of a Jana Presley in Alexandria Casio Cortez and the other women what they're doing is laying out something as a different course for Democrats at that this may be a little more long term it appeals to people out in the country and I think a lot of people in the country may be responding to that because for you can like it or you could not like it you can think is real or not real but the green new deal is now something that people are recognized that the Democrats have a climate change policy and people can decide how much of that climate change policy they want to be for or against that's something that Democrats across the country have been hungering for which is to have some have big bold ideas and big plans that will pass this year but may be something Democrats to achieve in the long term that's interesting because moderate Democrats will say look this kind of progressive ideas will not win over trump voters you think they might be missing something well the question is which truck voters are you going after and I'm not exactly sure trump also voters are equal if you talk to somebody like Stephanie three Oct over AT Emily's list who runs that organization focused on electing women she would say you think of the lunch the guide sitting at the counter with the lunch pail and Pennsylvania Ohio but maybe should think about the guy but we should think about the woman who serving in the coffee at that lunch counter right when Democrats won in two thousand eighteen they won because they had a huge turnout from based Democrats and then they were able to sway a bunch of women to come over about particularly non college educated white women who were willing to go along with the broader democratic agenda that is that's the target population for Democrats in the election and of course the party will try to appeal to as many people as possible but with the party should not let up on things like being pro immigration worried about police brutality worried about some of the more progressive issues that are on the docket in order to try to woo some voters who just they just may not be that many of these guys who would ever vote for Democrats under any circumstance you've advised many democratic campaigns and I wonder if you were in that position today what would you tell one of the people who are running for president because that person is supposed to be the voice of the Democratic Party but these Congress woman because of the president's attention are taking up that space what should a White House hopeful do all the news item that the the person running for president will not have to worry about any individual member of Congress okay so much money and attention focused on them that they will dwarf any other of voice and become the standard bearer for the party even if the president keeps on talking about these congresswoman because he's the one giving them the attention of the press is going to say with the present the president say with the president's gonna say what Democrats have to do is offer a clear compelling a concise vision for the future an alternative to what on which I'm going to say we can't be in a position of only reacting to Donald
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"And right on juice, Scott Jennings. In the newsroom, and here's the big story will Joel sixty three early. Anthony Collier's expected to appear before a judge this morning. He's accused of robbing four different banks across Columbus this week. Most recent incident happened Thursday afternoon to chase Bank Morse road the robbery spree began Monday it included two different banks on Columbus south side on Wednesday. So far Collier's charged into those robberies Pickering ten police chiefs under investigation after being accused of using derogatory language and racial slurs bickering. Ten city manager says two anonymous letters were received making the allegations against chief. Michael Taylor, the letters claim tailored used racial, homophobic, and sexist language around a staff city. Authorities will use next general firm to investigate the accusations white inviting congressional leaders to come for another round of talks today on ending the partial government shutdown last night, the house approved a package of democratic sponsored funding bills. But they do not include any money for the wall. President. Trump wants to build on the border with Mexico. Trump said he won't sign anything that doesn't include at least five billion dollars. For wall department of homeland security reportedly planning to ask the Pentagon to send more troops to the US Mexico border to help you write more barbed wire and fences additional trips and engineers will help with one hundred thirty more miles of wire at the south western border extending the already placed seventy miles of fencing number of Hollywood hits directed by women's at a twenty year, low an annual study of the film industry says only eight percent of Hollywood's top films at twenty eighteen were directed by women and stem from eleven percent in two thousand seventeen study called the celluloid ceiling found that there's a quote, radical underrepresentation of women in the film industry. I'm Scott Jennings. Next report at eight for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter had six ten WTVN.
College football: Dwayne Haskins earns fifth Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week award
"Thirty five minutes. Eric research. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected. The Columbus central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as news breaks. ABC six first warning weather, partly to mostly cloudy today. High of thirty eight partly cloudy for tonight, the low twenty-seven some afternoon flurries possible tomorrow, but partly cloudy and a high of forty one weather's powered by the basement doctor. It's cloudy and thirty five now watch the most popular artists of today.
Ohio, ABC and Scott Jennings discussed on Sean Hannity
"Of satellites seven point two billion dollar contract. Like he'd Martin is for twenty two additional GPS three satellites that replace the air force's current constellation of GPS satellites that provide the navigational aids that have become so popular worldwide. Can you satellites will come with improved accuracy and better security
Trump White House, Scott Jennings and Trump discussed on Mark Levin
"The federal judges sentencing former Trump campaign advisor, George popadopoulos to fourteen days in jail and one year of supervised probation. The sentence comes after he was convicted of lying to the FBI popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser to Trump's 2016 presidential
Hartville man admits he killed wife, dumped her body
"A judge in canton calls at one of the most ghastly criminal cases he's ever seen and it's how seventy-three-year-old phillips snyder of hartfield tried to cover his crime that caused the judge to raise his eyebrows i senator told authorities fifty-three-year-old roberta snyder died of natural causes during a trip to graceland the home of elvis presley he then changed his story saying she died in the parking lot of a memphis hotel then claim she died between columbus and cincinnati and that time he says he went on to graceland His wife's body into the Tennessee river Snyder pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and was sentenced to twenty years to
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"Sees. Stand by your the hour update coming up with Scott Jennings back to the phones we go as, we're sorting out everything that happened. Last night then took twelve hours to get to by the way Ron thank you for waiting you're on six ten WTVN Are. You doing hey good. Man thank you, for calling What, I listen day everything and. And, to me I? Got? He thought he did apologize I you know what my I think he if he had to, do, everything over the loyalty that he, had with coach Bruce I. Think he put up well he accepted and he don't and I'm not. Saying he did anything Smith did anything wrong or not what, I think that might have been someone else different Ogden cultural BRUCE'S grandson who also remind got that job and got that passion that URL boosts has an enhanced and that I apologize to. The house, state fans and to. The alarm nine coaches you know he did say that I thought he said that it a little bit, that you know the love, that he, had a coach? Bruce, that, that. Can meet you know Could I as far as I'm concerned with grow that's an employee and that's they're not saying, that you're kinda blind eye, to it But I'm like anybody else Oh. Charges if, that'd be me, and I if I did I'd be, in jail, or I, be you know I've been Jail. Or something he coach never would entail I mean I Don I don't know they said he was they. Said he wasn't and this ain't back in the, days when, the police will take you to what. He's, house fitness nowadays and and I, think if it was. Something serious they kind I believe. They take you to go yeah there was no conviction and rod thanks for your call that's what you're trying to say there was no conviction. There for exact Smith and and clearly this adds a lot to do. With the fact that it's Earls grandson, and there it's just not as black and. White of said this a million times it's just not as black and white and I as just get rid of, them but I think if urban had this to do over there. Would have been a much, shorter leash with Zach Smith and he. Would have not made it as far as he did, and I think going forward there will be a much shorter leash. I don't care, who you're related to in what. Program but, I bet you, it's going to be handled much differently, standby we're, going to Get to all your phone calls coming up we. Got a lot of people, on hold right now though it's time..
Meyer, Scott Jennings and Fort Lauderdale discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"The man responsible. For the mass shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport last year. Will spend the rest of, his life in prison a judge. Sentencing twenty-eight-year-old Sebastian San Diego to five. Life terms plus one hundred twenty years in prison Santiago opened fire in the baggage claim area, of the airport in January of two thousand seventeen killing five people and injuring
Health officials reveal why nearly 650 people got sick after eating at Chipotle
"Health officials have determined the source of sickness from a Chipotle in Delaware County bacteria that's prevalent in food kept at an unsafe temperature ABC six. Is Mike McCarthy says it took tests. By the CDC dependent down the health district tells us that the food samples from. That restaurant tested? Negative for this bacteria but when stool samples. From the people who got sick were sent to the CDC they tested, positive for this nearly seven hundred people got sick. After eating at the sawmill. Parkway between July twenty six Six July thirtieth the CEO AAA says all employees nationwide will now be retrained beginning next week. For food safety and wellness
Former Bush adviser: Trump revoking Brennan security clearance is "disturbing"
"Chair, Paul Manafort before those deliberations. Began judge l. is cautioning jurors the case must be decided solely. By what you heard in court adding you're. Expected to, use your common sense the phrase common sense invoked by. Prosecutors to in their closing arguments they accused Manafort of hiding millions of dollars from the IRS and defrauding banks into loaning him, millions more ABC's Pierre, Thomas, deliberations resume tomorrow, in Alexandria Virginia former CIA director John Brennan continues needling the Trump administration today, after having a. Security clearance pulled he's calling hogwash the president's claims of, no collusion, Senate
Auditor's report: PBM spread pricing for Ohio may be excessive
"Ohio auditor of state Dave ios revealed details of his report on pharmacy benefit managers to. State lawmakers today says his office is analyzed p. b. m. services contract with the Ohio Medicaid managed care program does tells lawmakers his staff. Came across a few eyebrows Raising aspects of the deal lack transparency and obtaining data on pharmacy services scratchy, between, pharmacy, reimbursement and overall costs Medicaid program says it's nearly impossible to see how public money is managed by p BM's where it's mostly transparent throughout the, rest of. The
Fans to get free beer with Cleveland Browns first victory this season
"Cleveland Browns fans will have the opportunity to celebrate the team's first regular season win with free, beer bud lights placing victory. Fridges Phil what the beer at ten Cleveland area bars on the game officially ends. In the Browns come out victorious, fridges will, be unlocked in order to be eligible fans must be inside the bar when. The clock Runs out and they must be twenty one, years old last season LeBron's became just the, second team in history to finish Owen
Urban Meyer, Courtney Smith and Scott Jennings discussed on Mark Levin
"Investigation into Ohio State football coach urban Meyer continues statement. From, the attorney for Courtney Smith says the ex wife of Buckeye wide receivers. Coach Zac Smith has talked to, the team investigating the incident from twenty fifteen Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave pending the investigation into what he knew and whether he properly reported the
"scott jennings" Discussed on WTVN
"Ten WTVN standby Scott Jennings is in the. News studio will have your update here at the bottom of, the. Hour we're talking sobriety. Checkpoints right now though four against your reaction Mike thank you for waiting you're on six WTVN Just wanted to, talk. This it seems like. There's a lot of Ignorance to You know what, a check what happens at a. Check point you were mentioning something about over a thousand vehicles that, pass through but only so many. Were arrested but, you know I used to be a police officer and you only, stop every, you know it's a set amount of cars that you stop Our every six car and in those checkpoints I mean You might only have the DUI stats but you know there's been times where you hear a pistol hit the ground. Behind you You know you inquire on. That and then it's a guy, with warrants and. Then it's a chase and people are talking about all it needs to be you know where people have money not one time. Does that line of police officers that. Are just feet, away from cars coming through that could be drunk or high or whatever You know at no point does money It have a conversation we have a conversation with each other about. How much, money we're making by DUI I mean it, has to be out where there's a there's plenty of room for one where you know most of the public is not. At risk, of something cars turn around you know officers have to be have plenty of room to turn around. And get out and. Go get him 'cause people take. Off I mean there's people with warrants there's there's all. Kinds of things that people just don't usually it's the people that do the bad things that don't want us out there trying. To get the, people off the street I understand Mike thank you for listening and thank. You for weighing in some good points. There will continue the sobriety checkpoints talk we've got a couple of, lines open eight, to one WTVN one eight.
Calloway, Officer and Holloway discussed on Sean Hannity
"University, of Toledo researchers say a new study suggests smartphone usage could, lead to blindness attract the amount of blue light emitted from the sun and digital devices and found it could lead to the onset of the leading. Cause of blindness a professor conducting, the study says as, people get older they become more sensitive. To blue light exposure study was recently published in. Scientific
W Bush, Woody Hayes Athletic Center University and Scott Jennings discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Six ten. WTVN one thirty at News Radio six ten WTVN it's day one practice for the Ohio State football team the season at the, Woody Hayes athletic center university though closed practice. To the media. Is not making players and coaches available for interviews falls he placement of head coach. Urban, Meyer on paid administrative leave suspect. In the murder of a, Houston doctors dead Joseph pampas committed. Suicide after being confronted by police Pappas is accused killing cardiologists Mark house connect who wants treated former president George. H W Bush there's a major. Recall of almond, milk because it could contain. Regular mouth that isn't labeled on the packaging about one hundred forty five thousand cartons of refrigerator vanilla almond breeze almond ochre affected they were shipped to twenty eight states and have a used by date of September second two thousand eighteen your ABC six I warning weather. Partly cloudy slight chance of a shower, today high of. Eighty-seven right now sunny and seventy eight at your severe weather station weather powered by the basement doctor I'm Scott Jennings next. Report it, to for breaking news weather alerts instantly, follow, us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news join us as we..
Trump, Limbaugh and Urban Meyer discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Hi welcome back Rush Limbaugh as I said earlier happy to see. Why analysis and acknowledged brilliance finding, its way worming its way into drive by media coverage in the UK I have a story here from the UK, guardian here's the headline what liberals. Still get wrong about Trump support and the sub headline is after each outrage progressives believe supporters will. Drain away from Trump on the contrary he's giving his supporters what they want I could have written the. Story you've heard it you've heard, me explain it, and you already know it you know why you're. Hanging out with Trump you know why your support for Trump increases with each follow attack and phony controversy. Manufactured, crisis made, the, point, these people don't they're, not making a single effort to find out, who you are or any other Trump supporter is making no effort to understand. They just want all you in contempt and impunity. This guy name is Henry Olsen senior fellow ethics public policy. Center over there has delved into it I, want, to share some of this with you. Just to show, you how the tentacles here are spreading News traffic and weather for Columbus NewsRadio six ten WTVN NewsRadio six ten WTVN Ohio State head football coach urban Meyer says no one person is about the university Meyer addressing, the firing of wide receivers, coach Zac, Smith amid allegations, of domestic abuse Smith, was last assistant coach stolen staff. From, one Meyer came to Ohio State in, two thousand twelve wildfires ripping through a tourist region around Athens Greece have. Killed at least sixty people thus. Far worse fire. Disaster in Greece and more than a decade planet fitness. Claims to be a judgment free zone but. That's not the case for show up to the gym and work out naked thirty. Four year old Eric stugotz facing charges of. Indecent exposure and disorderly conduct after allegedly strutting around this past Sunday at a New Hampshire planet fitness in the buff before stretching. Out on a yoga mat ABC six first winning. Weather more showers developing this afternoon, a high of, Eighty-three partly sunny and it's seventy five now whether. It's powered by the basement doctor I'm Scott Jennings next report at one for breaking news and weather alerts instaling follow us on twitter at six ten w._t._v._n..
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Dr Strauss, Wexner Medical Center and ABC discussed on Mark Levin
"Learner Wilkinson says rally is made substantial progress being poisoned by the same deadly nerve agent that sickened a former Russian spy and his, daughter, you're listening to ABC news NewsRadio six, ten WTVN I'm Scott Jennings Ohio State releasing new. Information today on the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct meta. For decades by former doctor who, died two thousand five according to state university. Two hundred people have been interviewed since the independent investigation began by an international law firm in April including more than. One hundred former students who have reported firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by Dr Richard. Strauss the allegations coming from male athletes from fourteen sports, as well as former patients at. Student health services and patients have Dr Strauss's private practice Ohio State University says about one. Hundred interviews remain it is encouraging anyone with information about Strauss to come forward confidentially Ryan. Burrow ABC news a former. Nurse at o. issues Wexner medical centers. Pled not guilty. To faking a cancer, diagnosis to pocket donations ABC six is Mike McCarthy says Tony Fuller's charged with fraud theft and forgery prosecutors say she took. Tens of thousands of dollars In sick pay when she worked as. A nurse anesthetist at issues Wexner medical center two years ago coworkers. Prosecutors say donated their leave time to her along with, money, gift, cards, and more but..
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"Four right here to severe. Weather station News Radio six ten WTVN President Trump continues to tweet this morning defense of his. Comments during that press conference Monday in Helsinki with, Vladimir Putin ABC's Karen Travers. At the White House was more President Trump this morning rates on Twitter quote so many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved my press conference performance but, he doesn't, say who he's referring to the only public comment from anyone at, the highest levels of the intelligence community came from the director of national intelligence Dan Coats and it wasn't about the president's performance coats said in a statement Monday that the US, intelligence community has. Been clear in its assessments of Russian, meddling in. The two thousand sixteen election and there Quote ongoing persuasive efforts to undermine our democracy Karen Travers ABC news the White. House there are reports the European Union is going, to find Google a record. Five billion dollars today lemberg reports the EU will impose the final Google over its Android apps the fine would the ease investigation into Google's contracts with smartphone makers, and telecom, operators Columbus police this morning out with their own version of arrests, that was caught on cell phone video that's making the rounds now on social media more from sixteen WTVN Scott Jennings, your belly Visit The arrest in question was made along north high street near long, street Monday, afternoon the officer, claims the suspect had an open container of, alcohol then refused to give him any. Information they fought with the officer while being restrained in. Taste the suspect was arrested for resisting, arrest failure to disclose personal info and open container, police say as with any use of, force there is an internal review, underway Scott Jennings NewsRadio, six ten WTVN and Columbus police are making public the body Cam footage of stormy Daniels arrest last, week that footage shows undercover officers arresting Daniels outside of a tour bus in the parking lot of the sirens. Nightclub she was taken into custody after violating the community defense act by touching a patron at a sexually oriented. Business but you, remember those charges were dropped the following day and she was released fewer than half of US go district's test for lead in, school drinking, water a government accountability office report shows only, forty three percent of districts actually test for lead in water that's available to..
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"News radio 610 wtvn columbus police checking into a threat against columbus of pride festival this weekend it was posted on facebook talks about killing lgbtq people columbus deputy police chief michael woods his plans for beefed up security were in place even before the threat we wanna make sure that we don't over respond but we will respond appropriately so what we looked at is not only what's going on in columbus blue card supporter of the nation and around the world just to make sure that if there trends that are causing problems and other areas were trying to do things to mitigate those issues halftime columbus city school says the posters one of their employees and says their work king on disciplinary action a plea deal reached the case of a columbus man accused of trying to travel overseas to join isis a story from 610 wtvn scott jennings a document filed in federal court thursday says aaron daniels who plead guilty to one count of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization authorities allege daniels why why are two hundred fifty dollars to an isis operative in january of 2016 and told an undercover informant he was interested in travelling to libya to commit violence overseas dailes was taken into custody last year john glenn columbus international airport after a monthlong investigation no dates been set for daniels to enter the plane he faces twenty years in prison when he is sentenced scott jennings news radio 610 wtvn from abc news and sherry preston president trump's latest tweets appear to go after the top justice department official in charge of the investigation into russian meddling in the investigation they also appear to confirm something else abc's karen travers is traveling with the president to miami in one tweet president trump confirming he under investigation and seeming to blast deputy attorney general rod rosenstein the president writing quote i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director witchhunt the white house will not comment on the special council.