38 Burst results for "September"
Fresh update on "september" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Program, we're going to join Monaco 24s Fernando Augusta pesche for this week's global countdown. Regular listeners will know that Fernando is currently in Rio de Janeiro, covering Brazil's presidential election. Fernando welcome to the show again as its Thursday and has your elections there, inspired this week's countdown. Yes, and I have to say Georgina sorry, you're going to become an expert on Brazilian music very soon. I'm feeling very tired about this election. So I decided today to look at the top songs in the last 5 presidential elections here in Brazil. And it's a pleasure talking to you from Rio, I was in São Paulo, landed here last night, actually. It's raining a lot. It's a beautiful city. It's very tropical. It's always makes me feel good to be in Rio, but I'm here as well because tonight, we have the final TV debate between the candidates. And this is a big, big event in Brazil, which I'll be talking on tomorrow's globalist, perhaps with future Gina. But today is all about music. Well, let's start then, which year have you chosen to begin with? Well, let's start in 2018, which is the year jair Bolsonaro won the presidency of Brazil, the whole world was shocked. And it's interesting that the number one song comes from a Bolsonaro voter. He already declared his vote is a countryside singer. We're going to hear a clip of his song is Gustav William with Z the hike, which means that from relapse. Let's have a listen. But I can't blend that as your mother. I've been who says I can't tell you the tally girl that you don't know from the AI just so far too long I see we both don't shake your feet will save me shine much even I think I will say the it's interesting Georgina because the art world and let's say the music world in Brazil is fairly divided country I think as you know is the most popular genre listened by many Brazilians and most of their big stars are actually Bolsonaro supporters. But I would say the rest of the spectrum when it comes to pop rock, hip hop funk. The majority of those are probably going for Lula. So there's a little bit of a division here. I don't want to generalize here. There are a lot of country singers that are not probable. So now especially female country singers, which has been a recent trend in the last decade here in Brazil. But yeah, we have that song. And can you believe that for this song, you spend a million AIs by a whisky brand called grand Oak Park. So it was kind of a business collaboration that song as well. Extraordinary. Tell us then what happened in 2014. 2014 was the reelection of Duma rusev, as we know she was impeached in 2016. So it was quite a tough second government for her. And perhaps showing that this would happen to her. It's another country track, actually. And what you can't really tell you that if they are they are both sonata supporters. But there's been quite a lot of control versus this very dodgy controversy about those two. That's a lesson. It's a very kind of romantic. Their brothers as well as Victor and Lao with to the convo say all with you. Jesus don't do myself so never saw one more fight so I never. Feel bad. Somebody. It is a bit too mallow, but they were quite popular at the time. I have to say. Yeah. Well, as you say, I mean, a lot of controversy over that particular leader at that time, but in 2010, how was the country looking? Well, 2010, something a bit more exciting. It's still a little bit country, but there's some touches of pop music as well. I mean, the song's called adrenaline. What can you expect? And lunch and Turner, this artist. There was number one in 2010. I don't know who is voting for. He's on the fence, so I don't want to say anything wrong here. But I did see a picture of him wearing a T-shirt called safe pantanal, which is the wetlands of Brazil, a protected area. So I mean, clearly he's got some environmentally he clearly is an environmentally minded person. I don't know what does that tell you? Would he support Bosnia? Perhaps not. Perhaps not. Exactly. Shall we have a listen number at 2010 lunches and turn at reyna Lina? I got that she on my morning sun milk but I sold out your spot out in the waterside and she out in the solo goddamn I mean I can't even find something bad and I stay I suppose it won't change and they are my no but I so thought spot I don't know whoops got she out in the solo goddamn I'll eat my kids and finally Georgina when interesting
Roger Schulman: Hurricane Ian Is Much Worse Than Hurricane Charley
"Well, and let's talk about Fort Myers sanibel. You talk about all these areas that are now directly in this path. It bears repeating. You talk about Charlie, but I've seen a number of reports that say that Ian is exponentially worse than Charlie. It is because Charlie was a fast moving storm. It came, it went. There's going to be a lot more flooding and storm surge problems with this one because of its slow motion forward. That's it got a lot of our forecasters here concerned because we're going to get rain dumped on us in huge amounts. We've already had too much rain in August and September and that means the trees. Excuse me, the tree roots are very loose. So we're going to lose a lot of trees and we're going to have electrical. We're going to have electrical problems too with lines down. Now they do have 27,000 linesman ready to help from all over the southeast to jump in once this is over, but it is going to be pretty devastating for a while. Okay,
Fresh update on "september" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"To the world news media Congress now, which is taking place in the Spanish city of zaragoza. Monica 24s Sophie monaghan coombs is there for us. Hello to you, Sophie. Hi, Georgina. Can you tell us more about this event? What's it all about? Yes, of course. So the world news media Congress is organized by the world association of news publishers. The event has been going for absolutely years. It's the 73rd edition this week. And it's bringing together people from 70 countries all different types of media and news organizations. There's kind of legacy publishers here. There's also organizations working at the forefront of AI and digital media, and it's a real mixture. Just this morning I've been sitting in on sessions celebrating female editors in Lebanon's Zimbabwe and the Philippines. And they were talking about the challenges they face in the kind of journalistic contexts that they're working in, but also particularly as women in those contexts. And then also talking about the future of cyborgs and AI and robots taking over the world and whether journalists should be worried. So it's a real kind of everything and people from everywhere talking about the importance of journalism and media. So really, probably the most important annual gathering of news media leaders in the world. Yes, definitely, definitely. And you can really see in the top editors who you are here and there's a lot of representation from everywhere. So yesterday was world news day. How was that marked? So wild news day is all about celebrating the importance of journalism and as well as the need for it to be defended. So the king of Spain was actually here. So, you know, it shows how important this event is. And as part of that, the organization presents the golden pen freedom award, which is about recognizing those who are making an outstanding contribution to promoting press freedom wherever they are. So yesterday that award went to a Polish organization, kind of the two reasons, one of those is because they are working to strengthening quality journalism in Poland and investigations and especially in the wake of a deteriorating Polish democracy. That's really important. But also they've been working really closely with Ukrainian journalists, they've been coordinating tech and financial support to their Ukrainian colleagues and that's been really important since the invasion. And I mean, presumably the conflict in Ukraine and the role of the media is high on the agenda. Yes, definitely. I was having a really interesting conversation earlier with someone from the European broadcasting union. They're an alliance of public service media organizations from across Europe. And they were telling me how, at the start of the invasion, they had all of their members from all across Europe going into basements and trying to dig out all of their old, old tech so that they could send it to Ukraine because media and shortwaves technologies are much harder to jam. So they were trying to protect Ukrainians, public service media in the face of the invasion and the other thing I would say that's kind of top of the agenda, which really relates to the conflict in Ukraine as the fatigue with the news. And I was listening to Emma Tucker from The Sunday Times just before speaking with you and she was saying how from her research she believed this kind of news fatigue is at a higher level in the UK than elsewhere. So it's really interesting hearing editors talk about how they're trying to combat that and one thing that has come up a few times is that kind of desire for expertise and historical context and the kind of full picture to be in all of news reporting. And what about the business of media? I mean, is there a sense that people are worried about the sustainability of the industry, particularly print? That's super interesting. I have heard lots of different opinions on that while here. The editor in chief of el pais in Spain was saying how she believes that what really matters what's the most important is what goes on the conveyor belt. It is that print paper because the image and the words and everything else that is the kind of core of what the newspaper trying to get across. So for her, it's integral, then other people talking about how they really need to engage more with data to help their core business and also create more revenue, it was really interesting hearing from la natio. Which is a daily Argentinian newspaper and how they created this immersive storytelling online about Christina Kirchner and her attempted assassination. So there's definitely a few different ways of doing things. The other thing I would say about the kind of sustainability of the industry is that people keep talking about the importance of young people and how to bring young people into their audience and not just speak to them that make young people feel like they're engaged, they're not being taught down to and that news organizations relationships and use of technology platforms such as TikTok need to be done in a really considered way that doesn't feel like it's speaking down to people, but it's adding something new to the conversation. Finally, Sophie, this sounds like an unrivaled networking opportunity. Talking there about people sending tech to Ukraine, for instance. Media is a highly competitive environment, but it does seem to me that people are working together across the board to pull everyone together and to really support those who need it most. Not only Ukraine, but as you say, youngsters coming into the profession. Yeah, it's very interesting because it often does feel competitive and people have been talking about choosing when to put their stories online because they know they'll be immediately poached and taken by their competitors. But one story I had this morning that was really heartwarming was from someone who runs a family owned media business in Spain. And they were talking to a digital media organization who was sort of saying that their way of working was kind of obsolete. And he said, actually, they've brought together 40 family owned media businesses from across Spain. They've made this sort of conglomerate and they can use digital resources together. They can kind of become more technologically advanced together and that collaboration and creation of a common platform has been really important for them and also they've done really well out of it and they're continuing to grow. So it's a really, it's really lovely success story. Sophie, thank you very much indeed. That was monocle 24s Sophie monaghan coombs in zaragoza where she was at the world news media Congress. This is the briefing on monocle 24.
Inflation Has Affected These Everyday Food Items
"Mind, inflation is attacked on the poor. Wheat bread in 2018 under the Trump era cost one 95 per pound or a loaf now it costs three 19. Under Biden and the Democrats, that's a 65% rise. The cost of white bread has skyrocketed four years ago. It ran consumers one 29 per pound. Today, it's two 79. That's a 116% spike in price. Listen, your pocketbook can not keep up with this spike in inflation. While the prices spaghetti in September 2018 was a dollar 20 per pound, America's go to pasta now cost a dollar 84, meaning it's risen in price by over 50%. Now, consider this sugar sugar, that also happened to be obviously something that people use a lot four years ago. It cost 58 cents per pound. The day it costs 80 7 cents per pound flour is even worse. It's a 70% increase with flour. In 2018, under president Donald Trump, it was 47 cents per pound. Today, it costs 80 cents. Milk and cheese. This is where it gets really scary. Obviously, you need protein to survive. The cost of an average of two 90 chicken breast cost an average of two 90 per pound during the Trump midterm era. Today, it's four 99 per pound. That's a 72% increase in just a few short years. That lets you know how important the person is in The White House and who sits in Congress as well. Ground beef. Another staple is up. Three 74 per pound in 2018 to a staggering $6 and 29 cents per pound.
Fresh update on "september" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Police say that scammers are calling people claiming to be from the department and then stealing their money, the criminals are telling people there's a federal subpoena out for them and that arrest warrants have been issued. The callers then say that the case can be settled with the payment of a large amount of money. Well, D.C. police say, these are fake calls. And they would never solicit money over the phone if you get one of these calls. Police want to hear from you. Coming up on WTO, someone's bought that lighthouse in the Chesapeake Bay that the federal government was auctioning off 6 43. And now, from WTO P small business September series, presented by eagle bank. Here's Jack McDougal. President and CEO of the greater Washington board of trade. Particularly for small businesses on the pay side. I think that's a real challenge. What I think is emerging though, what you see out there is more and more employees are looking for a sense of purpose. And so its mission driven. And so I think organizations right now that have a really compelling mission value or a purpose value proposition are attracting people. And so I think that's true at the small business level, particularly in the nonprofits, as well as at larger companies. And so there's a real emphasis on that. I think one of the things the pandemic did for all of us is it just caused us to take a pause and
Consumers gaining confidence as gas prices slide
"U.S. consumers are signaling growing confidence in the economy a day after a sell off on Wall Street put major indexes into a bear market the conference board's consumer confidence report for September suggests rising confidence for the second month in a row driven by falling gas prices and a strong labor market The index rose to 108 from one O 3.6 in August The back to back increases follow three months of declines as Americans felt the pinch of rising prices this summer but while inflation is still concerning triple-A reports the average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. has fallen to $3 and 75 cents Lynn Franco senior director of economic indicators at the conference board says the improvement may bode well for consumer spending in the final months of 2022
Hillary Clinton Compares Trump Supporters to Nazis
"September of 2022, listening to a top Democrat compare Trump supporters to Nazis. I remember as a as a young student, trying to figure out how did people get basically drawn in by Hitler? How did that happen? And I'd watch newsreels and I'd see this guy standing up there ranting and raving and people shouting and raising their arms. What's happened to these people? Why did they believe that? You saw the rally in Ohio the other night, Trump is there ranting and raving for more than an hour and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised. I thought, what is going on? So there is a real pressure. And I think it is fair to say we're in a struggle between democracy and autocracy. I don't even know what to say, except to turn it to you. 806 5 5 Mike pardon my language. What the hell is she talking about?
Doug Sits Down With Dr. Mike Burgess, Texas Congressman
"Next guest here on the podcast is doctor Michael Berg as congresswoman from Texas who we got to know each other serving on rules committee. We got to know each other in Congress, but we got to know each other the best because we're both early risers and we both would go to the gym in the mornings to get ready for the day and we'd see each other and it started my day off right if there's one thing that I miss about Congress, there's a meaning things that don't, but a lot of things that I do, one of those is being with Mike murders and having him greet me in the mornings as we travel this path together. For those out there, he wrote a book called a doctor in the House. He is a expert on healthcare. He's an expert on what has been going on. He came into this job and provides just a steady voice of reasons in many capacities. And I'm glad to have you on today, Doc. Well, Doug. First off, it is good to see you again. Even if virtually, and it's wonderful, thank you for letting me be on your podcast. And am I allowed to convention of people that you are a pastor? You remember the clergy. So you might pick my brain for medical questions early in the morning, but I certainly sought your help on the pastoral level on more than one occasion. So we sort of bolster each other between the two of us. We perhaps made up one normal individual. We worked on it. And also, and also we're probably some of the few members of Congress who still understood what a glow plug was. That was part of our discussion in the early morning hours. That's right for anyone unfamiliar with the diesel engine at Google. It's an interesting analogy. But especially to D.C. and you came in off camera, we were talking about the fact that, you know, the glow plug is finally lit under the Democrats who've realized now for ten almost 9 months that they had to do appropriations bills by September 30th. And now, you know, trying to panic to do everything. But
Tropical Storm Ian strengthens as it heads to Cuba, Florida
"Florida prepares for the possibility of a major hurricane The state keeping a cautious eye on Ian expected to gain strength as it moves toward the gulf says the national hurricane center's John cangelosi We're actually forecasting what's called a major hurricane which is category three or stronger So we have pretty good confidence that this is going to be quite a big deal Well we don't really know what this range is who's going to see the greatest impact Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency Make preparations now and I know a lot of people have been doing it throughout the state of Florida and the things that you should be prepared with or things like food water batteries medicine fuel President Biden also declared an emergency authorizing DHS and fema to provide assistance He's also postponed his September 27th trip to Florida I'm Julie Walker
Dissident: 'Iranian women are furious' over headscarf death
"Protests continued overnight across cities in Iran amid an explosion of outrage after the death of this month of 22 year old masha amini while in custody of the authorities The young woman was detained on September 13th for allegedly wearing her hijab to loosely in violation of strictures demanding women in public where the Islamic head scarves She died three days later in police custody authorities said she had a heart attack but hadn't been harmed Her family has disputed that leading to the public outcry protests have taken place in more than a dozen cities according to a tally by The Associated Press based on statements from state run and semi official media At least 11 people have been killed while a state Tibet anchor said the numbers even higher I'm zaria shaklee
Tens of thousands gather to pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall, monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queeen Elizabeth, and the Unification Church promises reforms.
"In this week's religion roundup tens of thousands gather to pray a Jerusalem's Western Wall Monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queen Elizabeth and the unification church promises reforms More than 35,000 Jewish worshippers prayed at the Western Wall in Jerusalem early Friday ahead of the Jewish high holidays The penitential prayers at Judaism's holiest site took place ahead of the Jewish new year rosh hashanah that begins at sundown on Sunday September 25th Thousands of Israelis are expected to visit Jerusalem in the coming weeks for the holiday Jews revere the Western Wall The holiest site where Jews can pray as a remnant of the biblical temple that stood in antiquity Israel's minister in charge of police said authorities would not limit Jewish visits to the contested Jerusalem holy site known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound Visitations and prayers by hardline Jewish radicals at the site have triggered previous rounds of violence between Israel and Palestinians Buddhist flags held a special prayer session in a Kathmandu monastery Monday to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II Britain laid Elizabeth to rest at a state funeral that drew presidents and kings princes and prime ministers In London up to a million people lined the streets to say a final goodbye to a monarch whose 70 year reign defined an age The unification church whose close ties with Japan's governing party emerged after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe has acknowledged it accepted excessive donations from the suspect's mother Abe was shot to death during an outdoor campaign speech in July The suspect has reportedly said his mother's donations bankrupted his family and ruined his life Japan's current prime minister is under fire over his handling of the church controversy and for pushing a state funeral for Abe I'm Walter ratliff
Rep. Scott Perry: Momentum Is Impoprtant, Leading up to Midterms
"It looks as though things are starting to break for the Republicans here. And that's a pretty good thing. That is a good thing. Look, we've had our ups and downs. You always do, but the important thing is is when you're having the ups and downs Todd, you've been around this enterprise for a long time. You know that momentum is important and the time of peaking is important. And so while the Democrats were raising all kinds of cane and of course the mainstream media was saying, look, the Republicans are false here. Look, if there's a little bit of a stumble and people are coming back from vacation and getting into school and not thinking about elections in September, so be it. When we need them thinking about elections and their life and the grocery Bill, their electricity bill, their gas bill and their safer streets or the lack thereof is October, November when voting starts and voting happens and that's what you're seeing.
Rep. Ben Cline Unpacks Biden's Request for $22B in COVID-19 Aid
"Is up now with the Biden administration on 22 billion more in COVID funding? That is a pretty ridiculous request on their part when they've got so much left over, they are in the face of rapidly declining numbers. Trying to prop up this pandemic policy where they can continue to funnel money to health districts to big pharma to all of their favorites in the name of this pandemic, which is we have continued to see declining numbers. So I don't know where that number came from. I think that if I never have to wear another mask, I'll be a happy day. And for them to continue to push for more PPE and more masking and more of this stuff is just the wrong direction. And so I don't think there's going to be support for it in Congress among Republicans or for more money for Ukraine or for attaching even at gay marriage bill to a funding bill. I think there's talk of that, but that's been discounted by our product and Democrats.
Rep. Ben Cline: Dems Are Trying to Roll Back the Industrial Revolution
"Out west, California, you know, all those areas and I remember about 20 years, it's been about a 15 year drought. And there was a main news article the other day said, this is the worst it's been in 1200 years. And I got to thinking for a second, I said, okay, I'm from north Georgia, but math is something I can do, and that puts it at 800 AD. And I thought to myself, well, what was causing it to be so hot in 800 AD? We won the combustion engine, one population that wasn't the cows and methane. And it's just like they don't really think about what they're saying. And I think this is why I mean, look, there are human elements to global warming. I've always said that. But it's not everything that they're making it out to be. But yet it's being the dominant discussion in Washington, D.C.. I mean, is it really is it appears now? I know it was when I was there for a little while, but you as well, it looks like it's ramped up this term that everything is about getting something done because one, they're fearful of losing the house, but they're very committed to this ideological position. Well, and you didn't, you put just the right term and knowledge there when you said destroying the economy, they're trying to roll back the industrial revolution. That is their goal. And a lot of what they have done, the thing about climate change and I'll put quotes around climate change is that it gives them license to interfere in just about every area of the economy. So you could talk about energy, but they also want to talk about highways and transportation. That's why the infrastructure Bill was such a bogus bill because it was mostly Green New Deal. And you want to talk about they're getting in the middle of our national security because they're saying, oh, well, climate change is a national security issue now. So we have to get involved in The Pentagon's budget. Make all of our not just education with the school buses now being being built electric at a cost that is just ridiculous to comprehend, it's everywhere. It's almost a religion for a lot of these people. And they are going to wreck the economy and the country, as you say, if they keep pursuing it to its logical conclusion.
Doug Welcomes Virginia Rep. Ben Cline to the Show
"I'm gonna introduce you to someone on the podcast who I have got a lot of respect for. He is Ben Klein, he is from the great state of Virginia. Congressman from up in the wonderful valley area up in there, just a great place. And part of Virginia that you don't expect because most people now expect Virginia to look like the suburbs of Washington D.C.. This district does not look like this watching D.C. and Ben came into Congress with some experience. He'd worked for a former member, but he came in and he was one of the ones that I went after to get own judiciary committee when I was the ranking member and I am so glad that I did with everything that we went on that term and he has just continued to just excel at that. Ben, welcome to the podcast. Well Doug, it's great to be with you and appreciate your leadership there on judiciary. It was an amazing time there as a freshman to be confronted with the Mueller investigation and all the different efforts by this corrupt intelligence community that we or that the corruption in the intelligence community that was not rooted out by the Trump administration and certainly has not been rooted out by the Biden administration. But it's great to be great to be with you today.
Congressman Ben Cline Discusses the Craziness of Coming to Washington
"I like to, you know, for people to get to know the faces that they see on TV or the face they see in Washington. You brought up, you know, coming in to Washington. He would work for a former member. You had had experience was what The Office structure with, but you came in at probably one of the more momentous times in history. And that being, as you just said, Mueller impeachment, everything else going on. What was that like? I mean, you had had some experience with Congress, but you getting there now, and you go straight to the fire. No doubt, it was not anything like I had experience working for my predecessor for nearly a decade there back in the 90s, they were a little more cordial. There were a lot of southern Democrats who were voting like Republicans when Republicans took control of the House under newt. They were aggressive and pushed the contract with America and a number of other reforms, but. There was a difference because even after Bill Clinton was impeached, he had dick Morris. He went after triangulation and all that stuff. And so there was more of an effort to reach across the aisle. So we got welfare reform back in the 90s in large part. As a result of that, but should know, this Congress under Nancy Pelosi, led by the squad, starting in 2019, it was a different kind of experience being in the minority. Watching the liberal left try and steam all their agenda through.
Rep. Jim Jordan Describes What a Republican Majority Can Do
"If we take back the house, which I believe we will, and it's looking really, really good. Can you talk about what that will then be able to do? What's the next step? Let's say it's January 20th. You have all these. You got sworn in in early January. And now we're cooking. What does that look like now with the whistleblowers? It's not just the press release. What are you then able to do? Well, we're able to then when we talk with these guys, we're able to go to the people that they know are part of this and we can ask for not just ask for we can subpoena and depose these individuals. That will be part of what we have to do. And there's really two big investigations that I think have to happen, particularly in the judiciary committee, which hopefully we're going to have control in lord will and I'll be able to chair. But those investigations revolve around the political nature of the Justice Department, what we're talking about here. And also the border situation. And those two issues are within our committees jurisdiction. There are two of the biggest issues our nation faces. That's where we will go. We want to talk to some agents. Who was telling you to do the things on the border, how did that come down from my orchestra in all kinds of things we have to look at on that issue? And of course, this issue where we know there was a great example charm. We know that the politics go to the school board issue. We know there was coordination between The White House, the DoJ, the Department of Education, and the national school boards association prior to the initial letter sent on September 29th from the school board association to the Biden White House. We know that we're talking, here's a great question for these people. Did you talk about putting in the reference to using the Patriot Act using domestic terrorism statutes against moms and dads? The White House knew about that. So those are the kind of things that will happen on day one if in fact we get the majority.
"september" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"You're listening to the globalist. First progress on the 22nd of September 2022 on monocle 24, the globalist in association with UPS. Hello, this is the globalist broadcasting to you live from Midori house in London. I'm Georgina Godwin. On the show ahead. This war is about extinguishing Ukraine's right to exist as a state. Plain and simple. Whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever you believe, that should make your blood run cold. U.S. president Joe Biden responds to Russia's nuclear threat. Then, as fatalities mount in Iran during protests there, the country has been targeted by a cyberattack. We'll get the latest. And we'll cross to Ethiopia to hear about Eritrea's support of the federal forces in tigray province. Plus from the moment you have big names to announce such as Eddie Redmayne or servant Kingsley, people get interested. And it's very funny to see how different stars trigger different audiences. We'll get a preview of the Zürich film festival, with the latest climate news and analysis of the day's front pages, that's all ahead. Here on the globalist live from London.
Murdered for Being MAGA
"Me tell you about the latest story. That is getting no coverage from the mainstream press. That is getting completely and totally intentionally ignored. The story is a tragic story. What we are seeing, what happened in North Dakota was nothing more than a political hate crime. Kayla ellingson. In 18 year old, kayler ellingson was a conservative and a Republican, Taylor Ellington, loved the country. Kaylor ellingson got in some sort of a dispute with a 41 year old by the name of Shannon Brant. Shannon Brandt hated this young man so much, he got in his car and executed a political murder. I'm reading from the Grand Forks Herald. According to court papers, it was not an accident, but apparently a political politically motivated attack in the fatal pedestrian incident happened on Sunday morning September 18th and mchenry North Dakota, but a 120 miles northwest of Fargo and 54 miles north of Jamestown. Prosecutors alleged moments before he killed 18 year old kaylor ellingson, he called his mom to come rescue him because the 41 year old Shannon Brandt was chasing him in the streets of mchenry, where the street dance had just wrapped up. By the time she got there, her son was dead. Brant was officially charged Monday with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a deadly accident. How about political hate crimes? You guys are going to charge for that is the DoJ going to open an investigation into this.
Sheriff Javier Salazar: The Facts of the Case so Far
"This is this Texas sheriff. Javier Salazar, he is known as a sort of a progressive activist sheriff, law enforcement all over the country despises this guy. I don't know why. I don't really get into that. I've gotten a lot of email and text messages from police officers and sheriff's deputies who can't stand this guy because of his activism. And sure enough, true to form, now apparently he wants to criminally investigate the Florida governor Ron DeSantis. We are opening up a case with an investigation with regard to the suspected activities involving the 48 migrants from Venezuela that as we understand it at this point. The facts of the case at this point are that on Wednesday, September 14th here in bear county and the city of San Antonio, our understanding is that a Venezuelan migrant was paid what we would call a bird dog fee to recruit approximately 50 migrants from the area around a migrant resource center on San Pedro here in San Antonio. As we understand it, 48 migrants were lured, and I will use the word lord. Under false pretenses into staying at a hotel for a couple of days, they were taken by airplane at a certain point. They were shuttled to an airplane. Where they were flown to Florida, and then eventually flown to Martha's Vineyard. Again, under false pretenses, as the information that we have, that they were promised work, they were promised the solution to several other problems, they were taken to Martha's Vineyard from what we can gather for nothing for a little more than a photo op video op. And then they were unceremoniously stranded in Martha's Vineyard.
Uganda confirms at least 1 case of Ebola hemorrhagic fever
"Ugandan health authorities say a man who died this week has tested positive for the virus that causes Ebola Health experts say it's still unknown how the man who lived in a central Ugandan town became infected with Ebola and that 6 other people in the same area died earlier in September after suffering a strange illness the confirmed Ebola victim was initially treated for other illnesses including malaria and pneumonia when he sought care in his home town Ebola which is spread by contact with bodily fluids of an infected person or contaminated materials manifests as a deadly hemorrhagic fever I'm Charles De Ledesma
Today in History
"September 9th, 1796, president George Washington issues his farewell address. This was 226 years ago. He says, I'm looking forward to the moment, which is intended to terminate the career of my public life, my feelings do not permit me to suspend the deep acknowledgment of that debt of gratitude, which I owe to my beloved country for the many honors it has conferred upon me. He wrote this. There were party divisions that arose at the time, during his time in office, he warned in 1796 of their potential to shred the hard fought unity of the previous 20 years. He said, one of the expedients of a party to acquire influence within particular districts is to misrepresent the opinions and aims of other districts ain't that the truth. They tend to render alien to each other, those who ought to be bound together by fraternal affection. You know, I gotta, I gotta say, well, let me read this. He added, the alternate domination of one faction over another. Sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities. Is itself a frightful, despotism.
"september" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Hodgkinson the times pop and rock group is a critic. Good morning to you. Good morning, Marcus. So talking about what's happening in the music industry in the UK. Let's talk about Marcus mumford who was about to release his debut album. Marcus mumford lead singer of mumford and sons of course, and they were this sort of phenomenon, really. You know, these public schoolboys who broke through with folk rock music with banjos and double bass, but sort of played in the style of Coldplay with these big epics. And now he's done his solo album. The first thing that has kind of proceeded it is that he announced he was abused at the age of 6. And there's a song on there called cannibal, which is really directly talking about it. Apparently, even his parents didn't know it wasn't his family, it wasn't his church. And so that really sets the tone for a very serious album, which isn't very folk rock like. It's more sort of straight ahead rocky. He sounds a bit more like an American heartland robbery Springsteen or something. And it's not bad. Apparently, Elton John, who seems to be the sort of paterfamilias to pop a rockstars, listen to it and said that he should continue and reveal his heart. What this means for the rest of monfort and stunts, I don't know. The banjo player Winston Marshall left after, I think it's a couple of years ago. He was, he tweeted support for sort of right-wing commentator in America called Andy ngo and this didn't go down very well on Twitter, so he was he ended up being he had to leave. So yeah, it's a sort of beginning of Marcus mumford's solo career. He's been open about his Christianity, which he was always sort of alluded to, but never really talked about before. And he's sort of in now in the Premier League of in kind of American rock music fraternity in recently turned up on stage with Joni Mitchell. Who hardly ever plays live. So that was yeah, he's kind of moving into a new realm. Another artist who is speaking your interest this week is Joe keery actor of Stranger Things was also busy with his music career. Yeah, he's very, very different from Steve, who he plays in strange things. So he's actually 30, which I surprised about. And I'd say it's synth pop from an alternative world. He used to be in a Chicago band called post animal, very underground band, and then strange things took off and he had to leave. And now he's coming back. I mean, I think he wants to keep it very separately, which is very hard for actors. You know, would he be getting this much attention if Stranger Things hadn't been come up phenomenal. It's not bad. There's a song called change. I think it's pretty nice. It's kind of, you know, sort of in the tradition of bands like Devo, I suppose. So yeah, it's interesting. Let's have a listen to a bit of that track. So this is change. Sometimes. I could be. That was a change by Joe and I believe the forthcoming album decide will be out on the 16th of September. Let's continue by talking about what's been happening in recent days. Let's talk about the mercury's, the awards show one of the biggest of its kind in the world. It was canceled at the very last minute last week as a mark of respect following the death of the queen and tell us more about that. Well, army judge on the Mercedes and the whole thing is really strange. And so we knew there was talk about the queen being ill. And when you hear about the queen being, you don't know if it's a euphemism for her actually being dead or not. And this is in the afternoon. So what happens in the Mercedes is that we meet at about 4 o'clock, and we all go up to a room, it's very genuine towards everybody. We really don't know who's right until the very end. We sort of argue about it. And when that process talking about all these different albums, there was a little Sims was up there, self esteem, Harry Styles was one of the ones. And it carried on. And then we heard the news that it wasn't going to be on the BBC, which is a massive blow because that's the main output. We thought, okay, fine. Well, they won't cancel because so Sam fender and wet leg, both British had flown in specially from America, canceled canceled gigs to be there. The cost of something like about a 100,000 pounds each. The world, the show must go on. And then we found out the entire thing was going to be canceled. Which had left the monkeys in a very strange position, because I can understand why, you know, imagine being that winner, it would be a very odd position to be in. And I think there would probably be a lot of criticism if it had been seen as rockers continue in the face of the queen's death. But you know, it was a Hammersmith Apollo and the Apollo was actually full. So you had all the food from the waiting to be eaten all of these musicians had spent all day rehearsing. All these bands and so the whole thing just went and we went down the pub. So yeah, what's going to happen? That's the question the last thing I've heard is that it probably will manage to go ahead in a few weeks time. But it's very hard to get all these musicians together in one room. So it casts a big shadow over it. It's going to be a smaller event if it happens in a few weeks time for sure. Will hodgkinson, thanks for joining us. You are with the globalist.
"september" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Five zero one. Two three four explained. I think some of these are going to be military veterans who are contractors with the afghan army. I think that's what we're talking about here byron and if we let those guys and those gals well shame on us. I mean there's so much shame to go around here. Did you think lincoln appeared impressive. No has he ever appeared impressive. Now chris wallace flayed him on the show last week. He just doesn't have the the men he doesn't have the demeanor of of a man who is really in charge And who knows what he's doing. Is there yesterday john. Andros zeke released this long. I played it six times. Sean hannity played it on his radio show. He played it on his tv show last night. But on our hands and it's got punch it may be too hard for some people to listen to. Do you think. Americans are still outraged about this or is the biden attempt to successfully. It turned the page successful. Well this is kind of a hard question to answer because News you know happens and so You know the anniversary of september eleventh came and before thinking about that and there will be you know this big fight over spending and democrats really are leaking proposals to raise taxes by incredible amounts and these are all news events that we have to cover and think about But that doesn't mean something. Like the afghanistan disappears. Certainly doesn't mean that disappears when it comes time for accountability that is in the next election. So no i don't. I you know i don't think it disappears I will say that there's been one thing. That's been really kind of striking to me. And i've asked around about this and and On capitol hill. And nobody really knows the answer but have you heard many heroin or even non harrowing stories from americans who were rescued In afghanistan and have been brought out about a half dozen be scores and thousands of them. Because i don't think there's a huge the the reason there isn't is i don't. There's a huge press. Appetite agree. And i think that they and i think many people in the press movie very happy to go back to the question of will senator mansion really agreed three point five trillion dollars. Will it be half or you know so Everybody'll be really happy to dive back into the weeds of whether you're gonna spend one point seven five trillion dollars or three point five trillion dollars which is an important issue. I'm not saying it's not important issue but That will please the by the administration enormously. They stop on your taxes than one hundred americans held hostage danton thousands green cards. They would rather do that so i hope the first question is secretary blinken this. Why isn't this hostage crisis. And he says they're not asking for money that'll be that'll be a pinocchio moment byron york of the washington examiner fox news. Thank you byron at byron york on twitter. I'll be right back on the hugh hewitt show. Hi to hewitt for birch gold if you found yourself completely befuddled by events in afghanistan alarmed about inflation and otherwise uneasy. Well about everything about american standing in the world about what comes next. Then you're feeling like everybody else is. And uncertainty is usually a time that you want to increase your holdings in gold. When i do that. I do.
"september" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"September 11th is not an old one, it's 1985. And so And so that's the important September 11th. So I mean, was that was that real? I mean, if you're born Cincinnati, there's a couple of dates, you know, you know, Christmas September 11th and you know How many hits Pete Rose didn't get another hand that game. Tom Browning September 16th 1988 to get another hit that game. I don't think so. He got one. I'm sure somebody will let us know who got to exactly one more. But I don't think that much of a question isn't now let's define here we go. You're here because I do care where you're going to lay a number one. You have Notre Dame rocket, bringing in a cupcake from Toledo, the rockets who are not going to win five games this year. Hence, Sandeno takes Notre Dame almost down itself down, except for most of the mayor from heads except For that regarding the South, so they stink. Then you got Tennessee. The Titans getting whipped terribly bad cold. Scott whipped another one of your team. My teams about Green Bay. Yeah. Aaron Rodgers may want to host jeopardy. He may go back. I guess he was not focused. Let's talk about Notre Dame. So all that matters is at the end of the game. Toledo, you get a victory or a loss. You couldn't play bad and get a loss. You can play bad and get a win. Toledo difference My law school Florida State right now. Jacksonville State 400 K to come to their senses here and loosen the last Hail Mary. You see the deal with the lineman or the player that proposed to his girlfriend after the game? No. So this is, um, a lineman for Florida State. And she say no, after that now, and I'm trying to get his name here cheating with a guy from Appalachian stitcher Todd isn't Yeah, we have Brady Scott was his name So I'm sure he wants to propose to his girlfriend. Kayla is her name and he sees Jacksonville State on the schedule says that this is a done this one to do it. The three deaths solicitor question of like everybody in the background, like going nuts, and they just had the upset and he's down on one knee. Proposing to his girlfriend. You say yes or no it you said, I'm going to marry the guy that cut that 80 year old bomb debate Florida State. It's got to be right now. And the crisis? Oh, Tallahassee is not good. Last week, they played a powerhouse in Notre Day and almost one The, um Well 41 38 Notre Dame better not. They've got to win one more time. So you seeking kicked their ass in South Bend That's got to happen. Now he won't He won't show up. The Monday of that happens after that, right? That's correct, though not appear on stage report that maybe I should have gone to you See that Notre Dame things no good. He could have been expected Park do this weekend. Second about some sports l well, how they do You gotta You gotta take the bad with the good, Willie. I mean, come on. They want they lost 35 25, right? You said the reading, right? Give me some sports. So, Tony Pike wins. Do you have something on the game with him? Hot fudge sundae, which I paid off. Came here. 11 30 with a double dip hot front Sunday from graders. Guess what? He wasn't even here here today, So I ate it. You paid it off. I paid it off. Got to be the student reporter Surprised service. Every local temp start heating and air conditioning dealers. 10 star quality You can feel in Cincinnati Schmidt, heating and cooling 531 69 100 Spark about the Bengal izing of Joe Burrow has been delayed just a little bit. I thought, fourth and one on the 30. I said that rock! Welcome to Cincinnati. You're a Bengal. But.
"september" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"All germany's first major postwar military mission a sort of testing ground for the country's place in the world Needless to say it hasn't gone well and so while many european nations found themselves reevaluating their military missions and ties to the united states over the last few weeks. It's fair to say that. This debate carries a little more weight in germany than in most the question of military intervention abroad. I think germans and probably even american policy makers. Don't want to have to envision that prospect. Anytime soon i think after the afghanistan withdrawal it will be very hard for the next government to convince the bundestag to send troops abroad. God was suited. David will deputy director of the berlin office of the german marshall fund. She went on to tell me that. Germany does still see a security role for itself on the world stage but certainly not one that involves acting on its own. I don't think that germany necessarily wants to be known for hard power. But i think germany and you're want the ability or capacity to act as a power as of actor on the world stage and to work in a cohesive manner and i think that's sort of the challenge that germany and europe faces as america turns toward bigger challenges such as a growing china germany security role in the world within europe and within the nato military alliance has been a tricky topic ahead of the september twenty sixth federal election.
"september" Discussed on AP News
"September 10th I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden delivers a video tribute before the 20th anniversary events marking the September 11th attacks. President Biden harkened back to the fear and darkness of the 9 11 attacks 20 years ago, a frightened nation stunned as the twin towers fell, the Pentagon burned and a passenger jet went down in Pennsylvania field. We also saw something all too rare. A true sense of national unity, he says. That's the lesson from the tragedy. The battle for the soul of America, Unity is our greatest strength. Biden's words come amid criticism of his administration's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, a war ramped up in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks and for the families and friends who grieve so hard Whether it's the first year of the 20th. Growing up without parents and parents have suffered without Children. Jackie Quinn Washington The president's executive orders setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors. Florida's ride to Santa spheres, massive job losses, This order would result potentially and millions of Americans losing their jobs. But Jonathan Sheriff, the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida, says two of his workers have died and a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of Covid 19. We need to get it under control. We need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once knew it. At the La Fonda on the Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico general manager Rick Bligh says 85% of his staff of well more than 100. People are already vaccinated and the mandate will eliminate his concern about guests who may or may not be vaccinated, knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers, hopefully and they're also vaccinated. This is a P news Attorneys say a ranking member of the British royal family has been served in the U. S civil court. The MIC Gracia has this attorneys representing Virginia Jew free have served. Britain's Prince Andrew, with legal papers in the U. S civil suit do free alleges she was sexually assaulted by the prince when she was 17 Jewel Free, contends the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sexual encounters with Andrew in 2000 and one and the Prince knew she had been trafficked by Epstein. Attorneys say the legal papers Were handed over on August 27th as first reported by Britain's Daily Mail newspaper. Failure to respond within 21 days of the summons would mean a judgment against Andrew would be issued by default. I might grow CEO, a section of mountainside on the outskirts of Mexico City gave way, sending an avalanche of boulders the size of small homes onto a densely populated neighborhood. At least one person is dead, Many others are missing. I'm Tim Acquire AP News. Japan's government says more than 50% of the population has been fully vaccinated. Japan's vaccine program began in mid February months behind many other wealthy countries. The delay was due to its lengthy approval process and testing choir mints. The problem was compounded by supply shortages, but the pace was picked up in May, and current supplies are at one million a day. Japan's economy Minister Toshimi Kimura, who is in charge of the vaccine program, said that about 60% of the population is expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of September. On par with current levels in Europe. I'm Karen Shamas. The debate over the Biden administrations. Covid 19 Vaccine mandate continues. U. S Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy on NBC's Meet The Press explain that the president needed to move to the next phase of the Covid 19 response due to the spreading Delta variant that involves focusing not just an expanding The vaccination effort through a combination of mandates and access. But it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity, shoring up our health care systems, which are really struggling, and, he added, Many businesses welcome the mandate. The Business Roundtable has said that this is the right move the American Medical Association certainly in the health side. Has said this is the right move. Many Republican governors have spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced. I'm Shelley Antler,.
"september" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"September 11th 2021 20 years after the attack on this nation, we said we would not forget, and so we relive some of those moments as painful and sad as they are. But yet some inspiration and some of it as well as we find. We have a great group here. Terry Stacy, Dave Wilson and Tony Felts just kind of slipped away. Jeff Pidgeon, Greg Garrison. And, uh, One of our former colleagues who are I'm still working on Saturdays. He got a better job. Former Vice President of the United States Mike Pence joins us on the program. Good morning, everybody. Thanks. Uh, Thanks for having me on thanks for doing such a thoughtful Program on such an important day in the life of the nation. It's good to hear you all. Well, God bless you for calling in. Where were you on that day, Mr Vice President? Well, I was a first year member of Congress. Uh, I was on Capitol Hill. On September 11th 2000 and one First heard of the first aircraft at a at a breakfast meeting that I was leaving by the time I got back to my office. At the Longworth office building across the street from the capital. We We were told about the second aircraft. And as we stood there My assistant suddenly dropped the telephone and And shouted the Pentagon's been hit. And, uh, that's when I I instructed my staff even though North had been given, I instructed my staff that we need to to evacuate the building. Not knowing what else might be coming. We pause for a quick prayer. In the center of our office and then walked down the stairs, and I'll just never forget the sight. Walking out. Uh, as I walked towards the capital to building was literally hemorrhaging with people running in every direction. There were military aircraft flying. At low level sirens everywhere. And as I turned and looked to the West, I could see half of the sky filled with Columns of mud, mud, brown and black smoke billowing. Out of the Pentagon, and, uh, it was. It was over the course of the morning that we learned about an aircraft that was inbound. To the capital I was with I was with the Capitol Hill police chief and congressional leaders when we heard When we heard there was an aircraft in Brown to the capital told us it was 12 minutes out. Um And We would learn shortly thereafter that it was it was brought down in history records. It was brought down by the heroism of Todd Beamer and And others on flight. 93. This is a This is a day where we remember those that were lost 2000. 753 men and women at the World Trade Center, 184 Parachute, the Pentagon, 40 heroes and Flight 93, but I truly do believe that it's also a day that we remember. We remember our first responders. Those who rushed in when others were rushing out and, frankly, that we remember On this 20th anniversary every one of the men and women who stepped forward Put on the uniform of the United States took the fight to our enemy and brought us to this moment where 20 years on, we've we have managed to Prevent another major terrorist event like 9 11 from striking our shores, and, uh, I can tell you that it's a It's a solemn day for me for my family. And for every American, but it's also a day when I My heart is filled with gratitude. To all of those who have stepped forward and put on the uniform of the United States. Many of whom paid the last full measure of devotion to our country, and we remember their families this day as well. Mr Vice President. It's pitch. Uh, what? What? Really high high. Mike? What? Really, uh, really surprised me at the time. You know the chaos, the mayhem, mayhem that was going on at the White House, the Capitol building I O and the Pentagon to I always thought I was always under the under the impression That these buildings all had like surface to air missiles on the roof. Um, and the ability to to shoot down anything that even came close to violating that airspace, their work that really surprised me. Well, it was It was a different time. In many ways, 9 11 changed. It changed our nation. Forever and there were things that were never Never imagined Jeff to your point. That, uh, that occurred on that day. I mean to have an aircraft. I was speaking to some of the security at Dulles. Airport when I was visiting Washington, D c the other day. Uh and they talked about the the experience of that aircraft. Leaving Dulles and then striking. At the Pentagon. But it's uh it changed our nation forever and so many different ways. But I think it also showed the resilience of our country and the strength of our country. We were attacked because of our ideals. We were attacked because Of our commitment to freedom and Uh, and the way our country step forward. Met that moment. I just I really believe is this is always a sad anniversary. Uh, for every American But I truly do believe, marking the 20th anniversary. Without another event like September 11th happening on America's Shores is a tribute to the strength of this nation and the selflessness. Of all of the members of our armed forces. Some six million Americans step forward in the last 20 years to put on the uniform, not because they had to But because they could, and I spoke just the other day I launched a podcast called American Freedom. Uh and I spoke to a young lady whose father finished his His service in uniform in in 1999, and after 9 11, he reenlisted And he fell in the war on terror in 2000 and two She was seven years old when she said goodbye to her dad and I just my heart goes out to all of the families that lost loved ones that day. We lost Hoosiers that day. As you all know, um 9 11 at the towers. But my heart also goes out to all the families who who lost loved ones who took the fight back to our enemies. Learned, uh, they are the they are the heroes of this day and And their their names will forever be enshrined on our hearts and the hearts of every American. Mrs Vice Presidents, Greg Glad to have you with us. Thanks So much for spending the time. Um, I want to go into I don't wanna say politics but the political side of things post 9 11. We saw that was just an old cynic in my in my world, I thought would never happen, and that was at least for a little while. An effort to come to come and cause Um and and just to take a direction. It was more than a little walk. Greg. It was I was going. Yeah, yeah, it was. I have to tell you after 9 11. And as I said, I was with the congressional leadership when When we heard there was an aircraft inbound to the capital and Literally. Once that moment passed, there were, there were no more Republicans in Washington. There were no more Democrats in Washington. There were just Americans. And for months that followed that I watched the Congress worked closely with The president of the United States and Stand up a response. Not just militarily but reforms in our laws and, uh, Department of Homeland Security and all of the things that would be necessary to To defend our country is a truly inspiring time and And I truly believe that that bedrock of unity is still there in America saw it traveling around this country..
"september" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"September 14th. This is an all male in election 22 million ballots have dropped, but it's not just about didn't have the vote. It's about turning in the valley. It's about making the phone calls and texting is knocking on the doors and making sure people understand what the stakes are in this election. So crime is going up. The cost of living is going up. Homelessness is going up the qualities our schools are going down business people are leaving. We're not managing our forest properly. We're having rolling brownouts for crying out loud. Can't think of any front where this man has done a good job because so many people are running. The winner would likely become the next governor of the nation's most popular state with just 25% or less of the votes. That's a far cry from the landslide that swept Newsome to victory in 2018. The White House has taken notice of the race. Vice President Kamala Harris will stump alongside Newsome today. President Biden is slated to visit the Golden State early next week. With the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks just days away, the New York City chief medical examiner's office announced on Tuesday. It's indeed the remains of two more victims who died at the World Trade Center. Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, was I did through DNA testing of remains found in 2001, NBC reporting She's the 1646th person I deed through DNA analysis. The identity of the second, whose name is not being released at the request of his family was confirmed through DNA testing of remains recovered in 2000 and 1 2002. And in 2000 and six And speaking of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the Taliban announcing an all male interim government for Afghanistan that's stacked with veterans of their hardline rule. One of them is on the FBI's most wanted list. A little later on this hour. We'll take a look at that and what the White House has to say about the government being assembled up next, We'll take a look at the market stocks mostly lower in Asia. It follows a lackluster session here at home on Wall Street. And what about that $3.5 Trillion infrastructure package? Well, Ray, I should say. Reconciliation package, the White House putting pressure on lawmakers to, uh pass that by the end of the month, all of that and more on the way we are just getting started on this Wednesday morning in September, 8th Grab the coffee. Let's go. You're listening.
"september" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"September. 7th is the latest It can be right. It began in the late 19th century a century, the trade union and labour movements were beginning to grow. Trade Unionists proposed that a day be set aside to celebrate great labor. And Liberty was promoted by the Central Labor Union and the Knights of Labor in New York City. They organized the first parade that was about like 18 82. 18 87, Oregon was the first state of the United States states to make it an official public holiday. And then it was president Grover Cleveland by 18 94. He signed the bill and the law on June 28th 18 94 after Congress passed a bill recognizing the first Monday of September. As labor Day. So, uh, congratulations there 700 w l w Good morning. Hope you're going to have a good holiday. Maybe the last official holiday of summer is what they kind of call it. We've got a lot going on this morning. How about bikini bikini passenger? On your next flight. I'm gonna ask Jay Ratliff for aviation expert all about it. Earl Pitts is going to drop by also in the 1st 30 minutes. Right here on Mike McConnell in the morning. Raven Richard over the nine first Warning. Weather Forecast center has your holiday forecast that's coming up next, and 700 wlw. The CDC previously said 97% of people being treated in hospitals for Covid 19. Are unvaccinated. But with the delta variant, they're now saying the vaccine's effectiveness against hospitalizations is dropping. Should we be worried? And what about the need for booster shots?.
"september" Discussed on iMore
"Honestly like if the an one x mac pro comes out on might consider getting it just because i don't have an a one math At all yet. So i'm just want to Address apps on my match. I just i just wanna listen to the. I'm more show through overcast on my mac. Is that too much to ask. That doesn't that doesn't seem like a huge deal. So let's get that done. Yeah i november is probably a fine time to to launch a macbook. Pro it might. It would sort of the end of the window though for people trying to get something for christmas or you know and a year stuff. But i'm i feel like apple also. I think we heard that apple began production. Those fairly early too. So i would imagine. It's display display inch issues. Those many led's the i ipad pro the twelve point nine nine chypre is still sort of. It's harder to get than one would imagine this this far into its life. Lifetime o'reilly is it. So like your way. I think yeah and i mean. Apple's been having production issues all year. i mean it's it's still a long way to get a An amac and that doesn't have many any. Led display at think. We just have to be a little patient every company on the planet as just having trouble getting things done getting enough People and supplies and the way the world right now if you need more evidence that the pandemic is not over you know. It's and rising case numbers. Don't convince you let materialism convince you and your lack of of available new materials to purchase. You know it's a yeah that all being said though i I am looking forward to this event. I don't. I'm starting to think. I'm starting to come around to the idea that this will be a more traditional apple september event instead of jam packed with everything's from everything from iphones to macbooks. This will be probably iphone apple. Watch air pods three. I've had many well. I think i've had many might come with macbooks. See think there'll be another follow of aunt. Maybe an october okay. But i don't think there'll be third. I don't think they'll do three like they did last year. But they have done to events in in times where everyone's been able to travel to them. So yeah i think they definitely want to get air pods out well before the holiday season because air pods are great very popular guests and these are going to be from all indications these will be like regular airports..
"september" Discussed on Up First
"National rifle association had planned to celebrate. Its one hundred fiftieth anniversary this weekend. Yeah instead for the second year in a row. The nra is cancelling annual meeting in houston of the corona virus pandemic. It's one more setback for an organization that faces multiple financial and legal problems following allegations of misconduct by its leadership. Npr investigative correspondent to. Mac joins us now. Tim bring us up to speed. Exactly what kind of trouble is the. Nra and right now so over the last two years. The national rifle association has faced litany of challenges so that includes congressional investigations board resignations internal infighting and allegations of financial misconduct. And all of this culminated in an effort by new york attorney. General latisha james to dissolve the organization. She's accused nra executives including ceo wayne lapierre of improper spending tens of millions of dollars for things like luxurious meals private jet travel and exotic vacations and in an attempt to hold the march of james's litigation. The nra tried to file for bankruptcy but that bid was rejected. All of this has really frustrated. Many of the nra's own members. Like ron carter. Who helps lead saved the second. A group of nra members that is seeking accountability within their organization members have been leaving in droves as a result of the not only negligence but perhaps pillaging and plundering of the association by the nra leadership now rising cova cases of force the nra to cancel their convention. Of how important is this. I mean what kind of impact will that have. Well as we've mentioned here it's the second cancellation in as many years. And this is significant. Monetary cost for the organization. Here's steve metavsky. He's the founder of the reload. that's a pro second amendment gun issue's publication. I think it has a very real impact on their finances. Specifically because the nra annual meeting is the largest fundraising event of the year for this group. D nra annual. Meeting is also a place for the group to showcase its large membership and support from powerful politicians. That won't happen now. As a result of this cancellation and members who are seeking accountability from the group's executives like ron carter. They won't be able to meet and challenge these executives in person like they've done in the past in two thousand nineteen for example. A group of nra members revolted on the floor of the convention seeking to oust existing leadership art. So they've got financial and legal trouble. So what does this mean. Then for the nra's future the nra is down but not out. It has radically cut costs over the last two years. Spending is down forty three percent compared to a presidential cycle for example in two thousand sixteen. The nra was a key contributor to donald. Trump's presidential win it was unable to match that level of spending in twenty twenty when trump lost but the nra has been able to bring costs down in line with planning revenues these revenues that dropped as the nra became more cheaply trapped in these scandals that we've been talking about. Here's an assessment by brian. Middendorp he's an accounting professor at ohio state university financially. Speaking i would say it is sustainable. So what we might see is an nra that will continue to exist just with a smaller footprint and fewer resources that's npr investigative reporter. Tim mack tim thanks a lot. Thank you. And that's a first. For friday september third martinez. And i'm rachel martin up. I is produced by mark. Rivers ziada touch. Our editors are jan johnson than h. J mine are directors. Are lindsey taty and bo hamby and because the news does not stop when the podcast ends. Follow us on twitter. You can find us at up. I there you'll find a daily round up of the most important stories of the day and that's not all there's more i also comes to you on saturdays and start your day tomorrow with scott simon.
"september" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"Thank you here. We are in the month of september. It's almost completely unimaginable. An unbelievable it's just crazy. How fast the year goes and with september will come. The halfway point of the natural year of the earth rotating around the sun the beginning of the year of courses. At the spring or vernal equinox. This will always occur on the cusp between pisces and aries season march twentieth twenty-first time the six month point of the year so the next equinox when we are an equal day tonight when we are in the transition from darkness into light or light into darkness in this case. We are moving in the northern hemisphere out of lightness and summer into darkness and winter. Mark is marked with the fall equinoxes and that will be happening. This september of twenty twenty one so much to say about this month had come stay tuned. Listen in and can't wait to explore the coming energy and how to work with so here we are. We have arrived in september of twenty twenty. One and with september. As i said in the introduction comes change a change We'll talk a lot about what that means this month. And all of that good energy now of course. I go over the astrology of the month here every month on the accessible charlotte podcast. I love that you are listening and following along with my voice But i do.
"september" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Welcome to aba inside. Track the podcast. That's like reading in your car. But safer i under ho strawberry crews with me as always fabulous co-hosts rabbits thana me. Jackie joining us joining us. Virtually virtual joyner today. Yes reasons do you want to talk about what we don't want to talk about a lot just this. This just worked leaving sign. This just worked with our preparation for september because we got a lot of recording coming up and we needed to get this in between vacations getting ready for back to school and everything you know job responsibilities in our podcast related coming up. It's kind of just worked in our production schedule a little bit better fairly. Aren't those snow but we are a podcast behavior analysis and behavior analytic research and every week. We talk about all sorts of research based topics and then at the beginning of every month. If you are listening on our free feet or at the end of the month of listening on our feed we discuss what's to come in the month ahead as well as share some other information so this is our september twenty twenty one preview. Jackie makes. I'm gonna move our microphone. You can't see it but it did happen so the month of september. Historically this is the force at hunan's no no the whole the whole time been doing this. We've done supervision. September fourth fifth supervision r v supervision. September it's a month much devoted to supervision of bcda's supervision of visa supervision. in general. I guess we should say this training the whole gamut. Yup could be anybody so if you listen to all of our episodes of september that you'd be able to earn enough supervision. Ce's for your recertification and this month for even throwing in a bonus. We're having an episode. That's not quite supervision. It's a little bit more ethics so we're actually going to file that under ethics just made more sense based on the rules of z's though september early as thirty days last year and this year it is just so happened. There have been five wednesdays in september so one was for the preview. The other four are all weeks in which an episode of the show comes out so last year we did force originally roads. This year we decided to switch it up. We're give you three supervision and one bonus ethics in. It's like the candle on tablet birthday cake. Sure absolutely understand there. Be any five wednesdays next year in september. Maybe i don't know it's just keep on and let me tell you what they're going to be with addition to that they will..
"september" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay
"I'm reserving this space for anyone in the nine eleven community who would like to share their story of signs. Thank you so much for listening this episode. I am so grateful to monica. I can for sharing her stories of signs. Monica is the founder of september's mission a nonprofit organization devoted to building positive in meaningful legacy at of the events surrounding nine eleven. I can lost her husband. Michael who a bond broker in the world trade center. She's also working on a podcast of her own. Tell anyone affected by sudden loss of tragedy to tell their stories so we connected. Because i read your story in bonney mckennedy book messages signs visits and from loved ones. And you fed. I have it highlighted right here on my ipad. You said i go to bed with something on my mind and ask for michael's help more often than not. I wake up with an idea of what i should do. And this mess with me. Because i my first book called better in the morning because i believe you know what i have something to work out. I'll say to my husband. Like i had to go to sleep accidents to my grandparents. I don't remember talking to them. But when i wake up in the morning things are always better and i feel like i have the answer. My grandparents have been gone a long time. It it does. That would. And i'm happy that people realize that i always tell my friends who are a little more skeptical that definitely if you if need to connect with them. They want to hear you and they want you to talk to them. They like to be with you. So if you do have any concerns when you connect with one of your family members and you had a very close relationship and you go to bed and you talk to them in your mind and you sometimes it just amazing how you wake up and you're like oh okay. I'm going to do that now. I have not only michael. I have my dad up there and My stepfather tom thomas so it was funny..
"september" Discussed on daily podcast
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"september" Discussed on daily podcast
"The seven day average positivity rate is three point three percents. A states spokesman says the numbers show. The state is beginning to turn the corner and get the virus under control all new tonight. A state and city partnership to keep sick people isolated. We're getting a look inside one of the hotels being used as a quarantine site. It's part of a network totaling. Nearly three hundred rooms for patients trying to avoid passing the virus to their families. Chelsea davis has the story from waikiki. The pearl hotel in waikiki is the largest one hundred and thirty rooms. Cova positive for suspected patients who can't safely corentin or isolate in their own homes are picked up by the department of health and it to one of ten locations across the state. The names of the facilities are confidential but the state and staff at the pearl wanted to share an inside. Look into what it's like. This is an initially something we didn't want to talk about We wanted to keep a kind of private. The people's You know kind of the stigma that goes around the people might have about people that have potentially been exposure kobe so This is a good opportunity for us to clear that case management team Does a minimum of three times a day Wellness checks with all of the guests that are in the hotel and the wellness checks. Include things like Checking their temperatures asking them whether or not. They're having a hard time breathing if they're having any symptomology those kinds of things if they have their basic needs are being met things like getting is on. The people rooms are cleaned over a seventy two hour period. Since august twelfth. The department of health has put about three hundred people in quarantine or isolation those people include first responders the elderly and those who live in multi generational families the city is utilizing nearly four hundred million dollars in federal cares act funding for these facilities the. Oh is looking bring on an additional seven. New rooms in waikiki. Chelsea davis hawaii news now in a hawaii news exclusive interview department of health whistle blower. Jennifer smith denied allegations that she threatened violence against dio age. I'm not a violent person. I'm not a threat to any one person. The only thing i threaten was the dysfunctional management at the department of health. And i think the culture's pretty pervasive there and the pandemic just highlighted all the issues. That says she was suspended on september. Four th about three weeks after going public about the state's overwhelmed the contact tracing program while health leaders were saying the state had enough contact tracers to keep up with demand. Smith says she was aware of only ten investigators tracking the spread of the virus. Coming up tonight at six myth explains the signs of retaliation that she noticed before her suspension over the first time. I've been nearly a week. The virus did not claim any lives on the big island. The death toll stands at ten at the or kusa veterans home in hilo. The hilo medical center says fourteen. Cova patients are hospitalized. Six of them are in the icu. And he's still a nursing. Home reports infected employees luna leila. Home did not. How many of its workers tested positive. It did say kupuna and staff or tested yesterday as a precaution results are expected tomorrow. It's day one of whose two week lockdown extension magnet legal to hang out at parks and beaches. But only if you're alone under the new stay at home order. You're allowed to hike sunbathe or have a picnic by yourself. This even applies to people in the same household which effectively bans kids from any outdoor. The mayor says it's easier to enforce that way but many people say it doesn't make sense. The lieutenant governor josh green agrees based on medical advice or scientific advice did to insist that only one member of a household no somewhere. They're already living together and obviously if they're going to be spreading that household. It's going to happen no matter what you do. The city today did clarify that. Caregivers can accompany people with disabilities to open areas. We found surfers. Happy they can be in the parks again. Thank god yeah. we're able to walk and surfers. Don't have to hop the fence. You know we're water people so we should be able to access the park in the water but as far as gathering. I don't think that's a good idea right off. The new extended stay at home. Order runs through. September twenty fourth a group of chinatown merchants claim the homeless have overrun their business district. Because of the pandemic and say a new survey drives home that point as lonnie richardson reports. One agency believes it's being unfairly blamed. It's noon in. Chinatown and violence brings a slew of firefighters police and paramedics to pull while he street yelling psychotic outbursts weapons the way on the street yelling or screaming or you know that all gets tributed dust. A group called chinatown watch says the homeless are taking over as the pandemic creates a more desperate situation and more businesses shudder from the lockdown. There's just a a great deal of lawlessness. Lack of sanitation in a recent survey of chinatown business owners and customers respondents said ninety four percent of homelessness in chinatown hurts their business. Eighty-three percent said it negatively impacts their decision to shop dine there and nearly everyone said. The situation has not improved over the last three years. Chinatown watch partly blames river of life mission under emergency orders. Its clients cannot sit down inside so it gives grab and go to the needy. Chinatown is not a mental health facility. Today a few dozen showed up for lunch and river of life says. They're being unfairly blamed for china problems. People think the homeless wouldn't be here if we weren't here which is which is not true. The people got to eat we. They have to eat somewhere. They believe there are fewer homeless people around during this pandemic reporting from chinatown. mahela andy. Richardson hawaii news now. A new photo showed the damage of twenty six inmates at the community correctional center in hilo officials say. The inmates started a disturbance after a shakedown. Search tuesday they broke windows and security screens and set fire to mattresses chairs and books in the new housing units. Twenty-five of the inmates have since been moved to halava correctional facility oahu one remains at h. Triple c. hp thirty two men accused of impersonating officers during a violent robbery. Kai lua honululu. Police say the suspects tied up and gagged a seventy seven year old woman in her home yesterday at around ten. Am the woman. Says the men wore police vests and flashed a badge saying that they were looking for a fugitive. Investigators say they stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry. Police officer hell break up online romance after realizing his photo had been used to scam a woman in georgia reserve officer john. Kim says his twitter profile was used by con man who posed as a military officer in kuwait. Kim says the victim gave the scammer ten thousand dollars before her family found out. Somebody actually use my profile and was able to essentially be friend of rural vulnerable woman and took a lot of money from her in the process. It's very disgusting to know that People like this exists in this world that scammer is still on the loose. The woman's family plans to file a complaint with police and the fbi more.
"september" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"Usually on leading, but one day a week I let them. Them pick a day and take what they want. You know what is what is shown you the word in? If you just WanNa, read a chapter to the to the family pulsing out of it than do it or picture quality, but it's been so good for all of us yeah. I love that that is such a good idea. I love giving them. The responsibility of being able to help lead because it really does I mean again goes back to multitasking. You're teaching them. Public speaking and Planning in writing and I mean the. Guy Yes. Yes, there's nothing better than that. That's so great and love yet. So many good ideas September. This is so fun so maybe eighty so much I love seeing people's names pop up on here. I knew knowing who's WHO's on here. Some of them just say facebook user because they've not allowed to have their names, so some of names, but but Katie. It's good to see you and Katie has eight little ones. I think if I remember correctly. She's got eight under the age of twelve. So she's she is in this boat she's. She's working on an amazing homes. Go, MOM! And, so she says I didn't get to hear exactly what you have in your morning basket. What are some of your favorite things and recommendations? So I always have something for the Bible. I've been using the children's storybook Bible by Catherine boss. You know there's a lot of lot of things you can google something on the Internet from a sound Biblical website and find some good resources, but I think something that teaches. That can be age relatable, and so then I have something that is full of characters that were teaching character value concept in the character cards from September Co. Shop we, of course those are in there because I use made. Those is referring up now. We actually sell that was so we have something for character? We have a read aloud. A biography of a Christian hero or someone up history and we have music of music books What else do I have in there? Let's see sometimes, I am Bible Trivia History Trivia? Did you know like I. Really like to mix it up to find. My kids are like. Oh, it's morning time I pull something fun Allen I surprise them you know and a game I have September Co. we created new chestnut old testament flash cards mix them up. Do y'all have them have race? We'll time them, so it's not just this drudgery so i. really like to think of is like a treasure box like it's. It's fun for me to think. What frame of mind are we in today? It's been a long week. We probably shouldn't just you know read about numbers in exodus today. Let's just pull something out of here. That's GONNA. Challenge just.