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"seventy charges" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"In the spring of fourteen thirty. The king ordered joan to confront a burgundian assault on compagnie. I don't know if i'm saying that right in her effort to defend the town and it's inhabitants. She was thrown from her horse and was left outside. The town's gates is they closed. Oh like the closed gates to protect in like she didn't make it in time. Ohio seems like tense. Few moments definitely so. The burgundian took her captive and brought her amid much fanfare to the castle boob real to a castle occupied by the english commander at row in in the trial. That followed joan was ordered to answer some seventy charges against her which included witchcraft. Heresy addressing like a man. Cher was the probably the anglo burgundian. Were aiming to get rid of the leader as well as discredit charles. Who owed his coronation to her. So if they prove her to be a crazy which clearly. There's no validity right to charles's coronation so in attempting to distance himself from the accused heretic. And which the french king made. No attempt to negotiate for her release allow isn't after she helped us she. Yes jerk total so in may fourteen thirty one. After a year in captivity and under threat of death joan relented and signed a confession denying that she had ever received divine guidance several days later however she defied orders at will so if she had signed a confession essentially into agreed to dress woman. You must just like a woman so she did. She put on women's clothes but then she defied that order and started putting on men's clothes again and then after that they were like that's it you have a death sentence began to be and we can't take this fashion experiment anymore jotted. Sorry you're not john. you're so right. Like big wop. I know but then so many other things to worry about like the hundred year war out maybe focus on that. Yeah well. I did also read that. She put on men's clothes potentially avoid being rate in prison. Well good on her. Like i mean unfortunately we have to protect ourselves like that a man because making laws and raping remember in not so unfortunately as a result of you know putting on men's clothes for whatever reason she was pronounced put to death on the morning of may thirtieth fourteen thirty one at the age of nineteen. Joan was burned at the stake along. Yeah a so now. They're forced theories as to why joan heard voices in one prevalent one is that she suffered from a form of epilepsy So dr giuseppi dorsey a neurologist. At the university of foggia in italy and paolo tim uber Which is mississippi professor of biomedical in neuro motor sciences at the university of alona bologna Bologna loan yet. Also in italy Eisley described their hypothesis in a letter to the editor which was published in the journal. Epilepsy and behavior. So i mean there's a journal everything the us so. He explained that. Joan may have had a type of epilepsy that affects the part of the brain responsible for hearing and it could be called idiopathic partial epilepsy with auditory features. So idiopathic means that it is a genetic route impartial means. Obviously there's only affecting part of the brain So they arrived at this hypothesis. After examining historical clues. Because of course that's all they have to go on So join reported hearing voices sometimes reported seeing different saints such as saint catherine saint like i said these auditory hallucinations and occasional. Visual hallucinations are symptoms of this type of epilepsy. Right joan is also to have reported hearing these voices after she heard the sound of bells and so hearing certain sounds can trigger seizures Wake that So that is one of the theories and you have to think..
"seventy charges" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"It's like manna hate to see. Could you worked so hard to get. Advantage actually wanted to invest time. Yeah this one. This is definitely the one. I every once in a while i still have regrets about the four forty van. But you know that that one was just a little bit too far on the one that i have now. Isn't that far gone. And i can still have a good time with it. But what's funny is. I don't know if you were paying attention but i posted a video of me after i put the headers on that van and i've been getting roasted because it sounds like complete shit and i may have. I may have a wire hooked up wrong or a couple of wires. Hooked up wrong because it but the thing is is before i put the headers on i did have it running and it did not sound that bad. I think the headers may be accentuating. The sound a little bit but It definitely is out of time. I know for a fact. But i've been getting roasted in in that. Because everybody's roasted meat for starting. It was starting fluid and shit. I'm like give me a break man. Come on it's fun because everybody's an expert on line you know but i feel that you know. I've just looked the cars actually nerd out on the information. Like i'm obsessed with that mid sixties culture like I love the early like eight. Six hundred ninety from core belvedere dodge cornets. Because i mean as much as i love the look they were. They were card. They weren't the sixty eight to seventy charged in la. The grandma cars that did nine second quarter. I just i love that balls to the wall. Chrysler thing that they did way back. When yeah the early sixties was a very special time for chrysler admittedly. I don't know that much about the early stuff. Like the max wedge era but i do know that they were bad ass and they were..
"seventy charges" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"But the fact that she was declaring these acts in the name of faith going against the church the majority of jones charges were based on allegations that her behavior displayed blasphemous presumption. Her claims of supernatural insight. Divine favor in communing with spirits could not be allowed to stand in the public eye. Those sort of accusations threatened all the power. The church stood for. Joan must be discredited and denounced at all cost. The court pointed out other instances such as the way jones signed her letters. Joan would often endorse her letters with the name. Jesus and mary. Joan also claim to be guaranteed salvation and would often wear men's clothing as a safety measure when travelling in order to mass that she was a woman jones. Most serious charge was ignoring the commands of the church in lieu of the commands of god. The hypocrisy in the churches charges were astounding on march. Thirty first joan was questioned in asked to clarify a few of her previous declarations specifically on her submission to the doctrines outlined by the church. Jones said that it was only god in her saints that she held herself answerable. This did nothing. But further and fury the court and church officials. The trial continued and joan. Seventy charges are eventually reduced to just twelve while imprison. Joan became deathly ill. While she was ill she was encouraged by the court to submit to the church. Joan who believed herself to be dying begged to go to confession and receive holy communion joan that she buried only in consecrated ground while joan and waited her feet. She was continually pressed to submit herself to the church. Joan responded i'm relying on our lord. I hold to what i have already said. As time went on and joan would not submit. The church became more insistent. Joan was eventually threatened with torture if she did not provide the information that was requested. Joan was under immense pressure. At this point she was aware her role and would not betray the king in her country although they had callously turn their backs on her jones strength and character was an absolute marvel when threatened with torture. Joan declared quite pointedly the even if they tortured her to death she would not reply differently. Joan added that in any case if they were to extract any information from her she would afterward maintain that any statement that was made had been exhorted by force in light of jones convictions. Her interrogators voted against torture. Ten to one. Joan was informed in no uncertain terms that she did not submit to the church in admit her guilt she would be turned over to be put to death. Joan would not relent on may twenty fourth. Joan was taken out of prison and escorted to a cemetery. I sentenced to be read during the sentence. Reading the sermon. Included several vicious attacks focused specifically on king. Charles jones spoke up saying that they had no right to attack the king who was a good christian. Joan requested that. The sermon should be confined to just jones own character rather than that of the king. After the sermon was concluded joan requested that the evidence of her history be sent over to rome. Naturally the judges ignored her appeal to the pope and began to read her final sentence. It was during the final sentence reading that joan faltered. And i thought it was really important to share this moment as well as i don't believe this is often discussed when speaking about joan of arc story. I thought it was important to share as it highlights. The joan was not invaluable. Joan was human. Joan was terrified and joan did not want to declared that she would do what the church required of her. At this declaration joan was presented with a form of adoration that had already been prepared in the event. Joan acquiesced when presented with the adoration joan hesitated but signed it doing so on the condition that it was pleasing to our lord after signing the document instead of death. Joan was condemned to life in prison. Joan was also ordered to wear women's clothing which she obeyed three days. After jones sentence began she was visited by the judges. The judges found joan to again. Be wearing men's clothing. Jones simply said that it was her preference. They again pressure. Joan to reveal more information to which she replied she was not able to do to divine advice. Jones said that the saints were not pleased with her announcement encouraging jones to return to her original faith accepting the ultimate fate in her beliefs. The judges realized that would never submit to the church as they requested and required. This was the key and nothing else mattered. The next morning joan was able to make her confession and receive communion. Joan was then led to her final destination. The steak on the way jones made to listen to one more sermon and her sentence all of which was read out in front of the judges and large crowd that had gathered to watch jones execution as joan was being tied to the stake. She was consoled by your priest who she asked to hold high a crucifix for her to see into shout out assurances of salvation loud enough that she should hear him above the roar of the flames with that final requests. The executioner slowly laid the torched the pyre as joan was engulfed by the flames. Her last words were calling out to her savior. It was described by witnesses at her later. Retrial that there was little doubt that joan was indeed. A faithful christian jones died on may thirtieth fourteen thirty one. It was estimated that she was roughly nineteen years old but jones story doesn't end there. Vindication by the courts would soon come in much more twenty years after her death. King charles ordered an inquiry into jones trial the resulting proceedings concluded that jones sentence will be revoked. An old joan was canonized by the pope on may sixteenth nineteen twenty. The one who was guided by saints became a saint herself. There few stories that i love. More than joan of arc's. I love that. She was clearly a maverick a leader a military powerhouse but she was also a woman a devout believer in her face and often described as a generous kind person. She was normal. I think we could all do well to learn a bit from the story of joan of arc. The goal of this podcast is to motivate you and motivation looks. Different feels different for everyone. While some are motivated by faith others are motivated by in our goals or family. It's different for everybody. Take from the story. What you need to fortify yourself you too can bring your visions into reality one day or battle at a time. I'll end jones story with a quote. She made on the day of her execution. It was i who brought the message of the crown to mike king..
"seventy charges" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Get this only five percent. Dang it just taking it to talented everything. Only five percent referred to parlor okay so if only five percent referred to parlor in all of the two hundred and seventy charging documents from the department of justice. Why is part of the focus right if facebook twitter instagram. Or the other ninety. Five percent of the discussion. Or i guess eighty percent. Why aren't they being removed. Why are they the ones being charged and arguing. They should be my point is this seems to be very focused in on on parlour now that could mean that they're the victims of an attack like they try to frame here and i think that's obviously part of it or it could be that this was the plan to set this up to even continue to use this as a honeypot for people that are now now. We know that they're real well. The letter goes on to explain. Parlor accumulated over fifteen million users by january. Twenty twenty one. And this is where i i would agree. The parlor seems to make a lot of sense right here and it's app was the most downloaded app at the apple store and the google play store on january eighth caso two days. After that whole thing happened we parlor is the most us up the most downloaded app. What does that seem to suggest. What does that. What would that look like to twitter. And facebook and google a competitor a threat to their very clear control over the narrative and then also the massive profits that come along with selling all of your data and whatever else they do that as a huge threat to their overall profit. So there's no there's that is the most..
"seventy charges" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Energy research. I do know that eighteen months ago. Two years many elon. Musk stood on stage and said cell level. Pack level so level We're one hundred dollars now now. And i've seen some recent reports as well about the p. Cells the lithium iron phosphate. Ones being you know well under one hundred dollars so this report seems to me in accurate based on simply the information. That's out there now. Maybe they've got a lot of advises on this. The far more intelligent than i am but based on publicly said things by publicly traded companies so they tend not to lie These focusing why why like at least fifty dollars i reckon side. What do i next be. P pulse is investing in the legacy charge point. So yeah if you don't know the history. Bp bought a big network over here charge mazda and polar renamed it bp pulse and they are improving the reliability of that older units by working with local authorities to upgrade the old charges electricity. The bp subsiduary has already agreed to invest half a million pounds in infrastructure of these fifty old charge points mostly owned by local authorities originally installed over a decade ago by government grant. Funding cold plugged in places in case. You're interested well beyond the upgrading of these fifty points. Discussions are underway to make another three quarters of a million pounds available for these legacy chargepoint owners to help upgrade. Yeah that's the situation where i am. I'm in town pool. In the south of england and a bone within pool have a ton of a ton fifteen thirteen fifteen dc fast chargers around the town that are ancient many of them. Don't work on my rent. Is zoe just has a complete earth faults and will not work some of them do and you can use them with my. I'm a member of the pulse network. So the thing so called the card But most of them don't work with zoe. they're really old. That battered one of them. In boomers had screen smashed in by vandals. But i gather bp. Just go in and fix them because their own or at least operating in some way by the local council the local authority. And if that's the case where i live in many places than that could be. Why seventy charges around the local council the names come and go and there's local elections and local politicians and and really you know i don. I pay attention to my local politics but really do they ever talk about electric vehicle charging that never. Let's talk about riviera next. The ceo rj rj. Scarring has been tweeting. A video of himself. Getting inside the allan s. That's the suv. Not the truck. And so he folded down the second and third row seats and climbed in the back. And he's a big guy and there was a ton of rain for him. Great video and you know what he walking around the ravine factory. Look the suv's the ss the more. See them the more they look really really nice from every angle. I'd have over a truck everyday of the week. But i'm truck country here so he says ready for camping and yet he lies down on the back of it and there's just it's it looks huge with a tailgate down the seats a flat from the second row backwards out of the vs rare. So that's a ton of staff. Suv looks really good. Finally hyundai announcing the new kona electric prices over here the refreshed kona star thirty thousand pounds. After you take off. The three thousand pound government grown. It had a visual refresh with more technology. Added says car while if you go to the top spec. That's forty thousand. It's ten point two five inch drivers display at a big infotainment display as well parking sensors and cameras heated seats and steering wheel and lots of good as as well adaptive cruise key entry. Sixty four kilowatt hour battery pack with a three hundred miles of range and about forty five minutes to go to eighty percent in those but seventy odd kilowatts. They charge out. I think i think it's about that. Correct me if i'm wrong. Any kona onus new ones on sale how look see if you fancy at podcast but today there are one thousand sixteen shows in the archive You can get any of the if you want to have a listen interview interview this weekend. We'll be about wind turbines. I know a little curve ball. Saturday special this weekend wind turbines and how you can fix one. That is going to be on this weekend. I think patriots partner school. Roberts have electric brad crosby porsche in cincinnati audi of cincinnati. East volvo cars off. Cincinnati aced national coach charging dot com and mojo charge dot com derek riley from the easier view on youtube channel and richard rs dot co dot uk at the buying and selling bb's in the uk. They should be first. Stop have a great day tomorrow and remember. There is no such thing to south johnny hybrid..
"seventy charges" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Deal so i could. I could up on the board being b twelve inches so close to her spell. Which is the modest to spell. Then i could it and if she files a charge i don't wanna use the c. Pay cope her in combat. She's done her damage. Or i could be going up there. And then costing another in the spell in the middle of of the enemy As opposed to like the body mushroom or some type of jimmy until something some damage de la in the sent to wear in. Turn what. I wouldn't be enraged where. Yeah definitely yes something. Where if you hundred walks. I rock union or our to. I found that nine inches. There's took the wind and then you you think. Oj's educated advocate absolutely hammered. Now but with the with the a troll hack and adam cogan in the in the trust. What's watch group. And he's madryn to cho- hawks in his list and yet yeah absolutely crazy what he lives in. So yeah so but if one for three eighty points. I think just one wants good enough as you say that ten inch away from the enemy and thinking nato anonymous charge actually troll has ten inch shooting attack. I six sixty six attacks. Six and she's heat on threes. Threes is to defray damage pop. So yes she's at least. You're an engineer. At least do something cannot turn. You're not hoping that she's going to get that known as charge. Okay if she deals damage you might be removed frontline so the charges even longer. If you got coderre give you still sneaky sneaky guessing so Throwing the troll hag up cost the colder. You get yourself. An intro. To made it not schaja seventies charge for technicality. I like it a couple of quick things from this list before moving to the other lists. You're one would you swap out these annual spills for any other animal spills. So the seventy points. They're so go. Talk from me is in. Every single list is absolutely amazing but if out tight the to out then you probably think of germany's maybe now the troll hag is has been hit with the changes because of you've lost the realm artifacts so all use the The the click with the trump a modest to in combat with with her spouse more three with Germany's shmona four. She's now modest. One of as as a normal foul wars s i. I.
"seventy charges" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"That's sixty eight is pretty freaking. Like I like sixty eight. I would not cut it up and turn it into a nine but. You know whatever? It's his his deal. So that day on there, he actually had a seventy painted up like the general Lee. And He was like, yeah I'm it's going to. I can't remember if it was going to universal studios or it was coming from Universal Studios, whatever it was it was at universal studios as just a display car. And I'm like, you know, of course you know I was younger and it's I'm a huge hazard fan. It's like it's the wrong year. It's a seventy. You know like I can't imagine you're going to display a seventy charge or painted up like the generally like. The hardcore guys are GonNa know it's wrong. You know. But Yeah. So I'm kind of curious to if you're if there's any listeners out there that were actually at universal studios in remember seeing a seventy generally, there are not that'd be kind of a cool thing to. To confirm but. anyways, he started bullshitting with the guy and he's like, yeah, he goes. Well, let me show you something. He takes me out back and he's got this big barn and. Inside, is this fifty five Chevy that is supposedly from American graffiti. All black it's fucking bitch and looking look bad ass like it looked like a street racer like the rear wheel well I. Think it was arched in big fat tires and stuff now I don't know if it really was or not. You know. or it might have been a clone I'm not sure but. From. What I remember he was saying it was one of the original cars from the movie seat. Now, I thought that the fifty five from two lane blacktop was actually used. In American graffiti. Oh well, that's interesting. I never heard that I could be completely wrong here. There could be people listening there yelling at their radio. You. Maybe. I mean there was only one fifty five in that movie. Yeah. But I I know they had a few cars because they they rolled one. The one they rolled I think was just like A. You know it wasn't. It wasn't a hot rod it out is just. Plain? Jane car. Since we're not going live now, I'm curious to see real quick is. The power of Google folks. Merican graffiti. Don't you I I swear Johnny you're telling me that you have a bunch of Kuda. Stories to share with US everybody thinks the charger guy and you are I mean clearly just told, yeah through more mergers now. So the three hundred dollar charger the.
"seventy charges" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"In the delegate count from the caucuses followed closely by Sanders meanwhile democratic presidential contenders enter their last full day of campaigning in New Hampshire on the eve of the state's primary for the chance to seek the White House former self been Merope booted judges campaigning in Plymouth and he's defending attacks from that senator Bernie Sanders for accepting donations from billionaires this is a moment for bringing as many people as we can into the picture but a picture where your only choices are between revolution or the status quo is a picture where most of us don't see ourselves here at home news channel five reporting prosecutors and defense attorneys for Kelsey catch on have reached an agreement in the case the judges called for a hearing two weeks from today February twenty fourth hear what they've come up with and potentially approve the deal if approved Capron would not go to trial on the seventy charges she faces at trial is set to start in April have drawn the daughter of Rutherford county mayor bill catch on was arrested last fall on charges including fraud and money laundering speaker of the Tennessee house Cameron Sexton tells WGN's nationals morning news with Brian Wilson work to put the final touches on governor leads heartbeat abortion ban bill continues working with the governor's office on that you know I think here in the next week or two I think they'll be some language in the in the process will start and lawmakers are set to approve a bill ten night that officially designates Tennessee as the volunteer state believe it or not it's that never actually been an official thing so state representative Jason Zachary and sent us senator Becky Massey introduced a bill to change that after more than two centuries of the moniker that.
"seventy charges" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I know so I'm thinking you have better negotiate something or give them a chance to fix it I'm moving on we don't even have to mark that as a follow I mean that's as much as we can do now we need to talk about this one with let's see where is it Daniel and the four seventy charges okay so Danielle if your husband sold the car now when he sold who did you sell it to I believe it was kind of crazy okay and did not are sold at his daughter but both of you both of them signed on it to sell it right because if you both own it they both have to sign to sell it and the license plate here's what I don't understand why is your license plate on that vehicle that was your first mistake yes Goddard error and you know that now you because you left that license plate on the vehicle right that's right so here's what they have to do they have to go to four seventy four seventy is reasonable if you dress them and you show them the bill of sale and the transfer of the registration and from that date forward and then you give them the information on the new owner yeah and so on he did over the phone and I don't think that the napkin now they're coming back and telling him that he on the way there was a hearing December third that you get into a lot here well wait a minute why was there a hearing right I can't leave my family had their own private hearing opera thurs mean for disputes but it's not a court of law I don't believe all right hold on a second what we got to straighten this out but basically if they show we didn't own it and he goes through the proper process they will remove the charges it's a tough drive in the high country right now both.
"seventy charges" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Can you get piece of bread twist specialty chicken and more for just five ninety ninety domino's there's a lot of variety on the radio in a domino's to for you can two item in a pan pizza bone in wings bread bowls will be expressed for this limited time offer prices participation delivery areas and charges me very started with a phone call give me a ring and they had a moment to Kathie Lee Gifford is now coming toward and she stands Kathie Lee Gifford is pulling me on the dance floor now middle Tennessee has been waiting for Brian Wilson Kathie Lee Gifford seven thirty five Thursday on Nashville's morning news I'm here alone for drama before the Roger stone trial even began selling explained and a former state GOP leader behind bars facing more than seventy charges details coming up at five on super talk ninety nine seven W. TM white supremacists film at one time here for you I'm just.
"seventy charges" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Top stories Mexico's president thanks but refuses president trump's help in that country's war against drug cartels president trump's offer comes after a U. S. family of nine were attacked and murdered by alleged members of the cartel the nine mostly women and children were murdered after being stopped by heavily armed men in Sonora St the family was part of a Mormon sect living in la mora across the border with Arizona president trump condemned the attack in a series of tweets including offering support and help to Mexico in its fight with the cartels the president posting the cartels are so large and powerful that quote you need an army to defeat an army Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he appreciates Mr trump's offer but it's Mexico's responsibility to handle the incident Jim Roop Los Angeles a ceremony is happening this afternoon to mark the ten year anniversary of the Fort Hood terrorist attack in Texas the closed door impeachment enquiring continues on Capitol Hill democratic congressman Jamie Raskin says the evidence there was a quid pro quo is overwhelming phone call was just the culmination of a month long campaign to sabotage ambassador Yanukovych together out of the way because the sars an obstacle to their financial and political schemes and then said execute the shake down against the premium government here at home a former state Republican Party committee member and daughter of Rutherford county mayor bill kept tron is facing more than seventy charges related to a family owned insurance business according to Murfreesboro police Kelsey Katrin remains behind bars until a bond hearing for a list of charges and other details in this case go to our social media pages and AT and T. is agreeing to pay sixty million dollars to settle claims it misled consumers by promising unlimited data the Federal Trade Commission claimed the company began slowing down the data usage of millions of it because of its customers once they reached as little as two gigabytes a month in some cases it became impossible to use some some mark phone apps because of the slow data speeds that's the latest news brought to you by all state traffic and weather next with the.
"seventy charges" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just twenty Bucks to stop into a KFC and treat yourself to a twenty dollar Philip today K. F. C. it's finger lickin good miking WBZ's traffic on the three side to get a check of the four day accu weather forecast is brought to us by climate zone here's Carl partly to mostly cloudy tonight more humid compared to reset nice with a shower inspires after midnight low sixty six mostly cloudy tomorrow with periods of rain and early high of seventy five to eighty the temptress slowly falling in the afternoon it will be a cooler night tomorrow night with some lingering clouds low near fifty more clouds than sun with a chilly wind Thursday cannot totally rule out a shower high fifty nine but that steady rain comes in here Thursday night and windy and cool on Friday with a couple of showers especially during the morning high just sixty one in fall like temperatures remain for the upcoming weekend high near sixty Saturday mid sixties Sunday I thank you weather meteorologist car Erickson and the BBC Boston's news radio if you like the number seventy one you're in luck seventy one and hang on seventy one in Norwood seventy one in Natick Boston you got it seven one. time to make yourself comfortable Lennix has up to sixteen hundred dollars in rebates on a new home comfort system call climate zone at eight six six eight nine one seven two oh three today conditions apply see dealer for details license number PO BG lex's number three three one sixty three fifty five on the ring central news lied to former city councillors in Jacksonville Florida facing hundreds of years behind bars if they're convicted of stealing millions of dollars from taxpayers the jury in the case today a jury gets the case of two former Jacksonville city council members who were part of a barbecue sauce business that went belly up they're accused of lying to get more than three million dollars in federal and city loans by creating fake invoices and other documents Reggie brown is one of the defendants sat still contend that it was legitimate business from the time that I started to the time that happens he and unrelated co defendant Katrina brown face more than seventy charges between them and potentially hundreds.
"seventy charges" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Seventy after dot com with Frank Allen Debbie you're very humble ready for drive time players I call Frank yes if regular getting a Grover Norquist not because he's the president of Americans for tax reform I'm so tired of them taxing us and everything that's all they do now then I see this airline tax I said we had a core group Grover Norquist welcome back to the show Sir always good to have you with us this morning absolutely wonderful drying it so so go over you it got you to go to the guy I said Frankie five boroughs you gotta get go over on the phone they got a proposed airline passenger takes more taxes from the airlines go over what's going on Sir they're looking to double it not just increase that when you fly on a plane today this is today your dollar and fifty cent tax every segment of the flight so the price from New York to Chicago Chicago to ally that's two times one thousand nine Bucks the passenger facility charge and then we fly back another nine Bucks will double double back yeah yeah yeah multiply that number by the number styles user can gather Adam that the additional tax at that and the worst part of the day Larry as a passenger facility charge which was added in nineteen ninety seven all we stand back we built in Tyler airports without asking that was only charged right the general government of the round decided they wanted Monday they were tired of you just paying the airplane company transaction yeah and so they want to add the gel added the past nuclear check and this was supposed to do one way and and and things like that nine percent of the money that you paid in taxes had anything to do with flying on a plane from here to there the rest of the stock bonds are about a third of it the end of the parking lot and they do the broadcast Mahal thing out I uploaded a very nice but they should be held for themselves right not to have a hamburger why is everybody flying through that the more money so they can well he is unclear what they'll do with it because it is very unsettling that pile I haven't asked for Arby's taxes in the federal government puts a lot of money local government puts a lot of money and and your card I will attack to the plan F. parts of the masters of that when you went to create quite simply rent a car yeah a special airport tax because you went to that car why the politicians love that he needs to write a porch to it because both banks corners many people not commercially the Chicago will hate for the Chicago tax on car rentals and so the Jack does not those numbers up higher and higher and higher when you fly we're paying for the local baseball stadium your available we'll have to make money on the other hand and they go out that's how that's free money the next yeah because other people and that's what life would be like not knowing they are helping to build the soccer throughout for the semi pro kit yeah but whatever it is something we can't for crying out loud yeah yeah what's going yes percent with the percentage the price of an airline ticket it how many how much how much of that is taxes and fees in a regular normal airline ticket would you think the percentage of that is more than twenty percent right now wow man that's crazy and you've talked about how raising income taxes would be a job killer would raising this that's be a job killer as well gore Grover well we the international air transport association on the national airport airlines get together and they've taken a look at it they think they're doing this I would go about fifty two thousand jobs that's a good news you need to buy five billion after two two thousand jobs it will fly and that would begin to drop this becomes a significant increase the cost of client comprise most and would that not to fly yeah train could go down who writes you don't got a line yeah you know what is and also a Grover Norquist with this president of Americans for tax reform appreciate your time this morning go over because I I do what I understand I think in and help me out here that the maintenance on the planes and I see even the trades that you put up on the planes go over you know they don't work like they used to work at the end and it scares me that they're cutting back on maintenance now is that a legitimate concern on my part I presume the maintenance for safety purposes there's not one thing that the airline the government everybody they want and then they they they go overboard about whether the big double check and double check and double check on safety but do not want to drop by about a guy with the latest about that South Bay and animation lilac why when that happens to be the really wanted other state I bet there's just an awful lot else going on anything to do with your safety and the triangle offense yeah and that you always as candidates for public office to sign a pledge that they will not raise taxes would you include this as part of your leads going forward on I tried to say that this is anything other than an additional tax it's not it's not actors with some other tax cut yeah sometimes yeah sometimes they try and call the passenger is seventy charge I went in the back but when he when you don't have a choice and they take your money we spend that that's a tax policy that dollar fine yeah yeah yeah thanks for staying on the flight because you know what you what we have to congestion pricing now they put in that for them and it's hurting middle class is hurting the taxi drivers that are listening to us right now the higher drivers that works so hard and and ends at the battle the streets of New York in that terrible traffic they get the congestion by and then I always say when they put the tolls for example if I can make a local before we let you go go over it it did like the joy that aren't by but the guard state parkway we're gonna put told the tolls are temporary that's a tax and you know what it doesn't help then they bang as with the twenty three cents a gallon gas tax to pay for the roads what are the tolls for Grover and what what what date you're paying for the bureaucracy in my wrong you just pay for the bureaucracy of for example the parkway the turnpike in the Port Authority yes what the accuracy and you're paying for the next interesting project okay okay this call Monday would widen the road hello I'm being too for all that's not where the money is going it's going to the next project that bad which the barrel bench money court and and your trolls will go and there are not yet what other projects would take place in some potent can't spell wow Grover Norquist keep the fight my friend thanks for joining us president of Americans for tax reform god bless you but I Grover let's talk again soon Sir absolutely take act thank you Grover Norquist right there first of all the morning seven thirty six the gal stand by with the headline news live and local on A. M. nine seventy the answer this is a a nine seven the answer three greens at seven thirty six amounted to low with local news first here's what's going on a new report shows an MTA worker was vacationing on the taxpayers dime the MTA's inspector general put out a study yesterday defensively signal maintainer Henry dealing on was abusing the system you got paid time off for half a year claiming they needed to take care of his sick dad but the investigation found he was actually getting married on Long Island traveling across Europe and one on the road coaching a baseball team for a while the MTA eventually fired dealing on but still let him keep his pension the former subway worker refused to comment on the report link sports Yankees morning was a former pitcher Jim about me died Wednesday at age eighty about played ten big league seasons including his first seven with New York you want twenty one games in nineteen sixty three and is best remembered for his tell all book ball four sports is brought to you by Modell's sporting good stores you gotta go tomorrow's stuck in traffic.
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"Every continent on earth today, including two strikes an anti Arctic. This is nineteen year old activist Marta, Matthew from Madrid. Spain is fan news eleven years before climate change. And if you don't take the necessary measures over this eleven years, we will end up without a planet in my life in this planet, as well as the survival of mice and all of the other species that live on it, and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren Patia report, I'm Amy Goodman, in an unprecedented move. The Justice department has indicted, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, seventy charges of violating the espionage act for his role in publishing US classified military and diplomatic documents exposing US war crimes in Iraq, and Afghanistan, the documents were leaked by army whistle blower, Chelsea Manning, the espionage act of nineteen seventeen. Has never been used to prosecute a journalist or media outlet, the new charges come just over a month after British police forcibly removed Assange from the Ecuadoran embassy in London, where he took a Silom in two thousand twelve and initially the Trump administration indicted Assange on a single count of helping manning hack government computer but Assange faces up to one hundred seventy years in prison under the new charges, ten years for each count of violating the espionage act press, freedom advocates have denounced, the new charges Ben Wizner of the American Civil Liberties union said, quote for the first time in the history of our country. The government has brought criminal charges against a publisher for the publication of truthful information. This is an extraordinary escalation of the Trump administration's attacks on journalism, and a direct assault on the first amendment. Joel Simon the head of the committee to protect journalists said, quote press free. In the United States and around the world is imperilled by this prosecution. The legendary journalist Seymour, Hersh told the New York Times, quote today Assange tomorrow, perhaps the New York Times and other media published so much of the important news and information Assange, provided, unquote, Assan just being held in a British jail, but faces extradition to both the United States and Sweden where thirties have reopened investigation into sexual assault charges later in the broadcast, we'll be joined by Pentagon papers whistleblower. Daniel Ellsberg who is charged under the espionage, and nineteen Seventy-three and the award winning national security journalist Jeremy Scahill of intercept, but first, we go to London where we're joined by Jennifer Robinson, and attorney for Julian Assange, first gen can you start off by talking about these new charges? The possibility that if Julian Assange were extradited to the United States, he could face a hundred seven. Twenty years in jail. As you said, these unprecedented judges since two thousand and ten we've been warning about these very possibility. The Obama administration open this criminal investigation in two thousand and ten and we've been morning since then that any prosecutions the espionage, that would be a direct attacked on the first amendment, and all meteoroid donations precent that could be used against journalists and publishes everywhere since the Trump administration came to power, the bay more aggressively, pursuing the investigation, and the outcome is this indictment overnight. It is a grave threat to press freedom, and should be for journalists and publishes every way because of course, join us on is American everything that he did was outside of the United States. This is a concern for journalists and publishers anywhere in the world who publishing truthful information about the United States. The United States has the death penalty. What does this mean for signs, and what greement at the Ecuadoran government make with the British authorities in who removed Julian Assange from the embassy, where he had political asylum for the last almost seven years? Of course, the reason join went into the embassy in the first place was to protect himself from extradition to the United States to face prosecution in relation to the death penalty. But the song that was was to protect him from this very outcome. It publishes publishing information should not be facing criminal prosecution asshole, the UK government has given an assurance against extradition to the death. Penalty does not typically expedite the death penalty in any event, but that sure doesn't cover off. He's extradition to the United States. And that's what we've been asking for a long time. It is not right. Or proper that a should face criminal prosecution this way. And one hundred seventy is certainly a very long time in prison is for publisher who was won journalism awards. He's on the Sydney pays prize journalism awards, the world ova for having revealed. Government wrongdoing human rights abuse war-crimes. This is a direct attack on the press. And on democracy itself. Can you explain what espionage means? What exactly Julian Assange faces? Well, if you look at the indictment wallet is the espionage act. It's publishing custody information damaging to the United States. But if you look at the indictment and the way in which it's being described effectively, what this is, is a journalist and publisher having conversations with a soul about what information is available and discussing with outsource publishing the information, this is what journalists do investigative journalists do all the time. It is criminalising the investigative journalism process, and we'll place, a massive chill on national security journalism in the United States and around the world. I wanna turn to the late Michael Ratner who served for many years as an attorney for Julian Assange, she was the former head of the center for constitutional rights. This was Michael speaking to democracy. Now in two thousand twelve about the espionage act. I think there's a serious question. Whether someone Julian Assange was not a US citizen can be indicted under the espionage act, what duty does Julian Assange, the United States of these the, the espionage act if I if I tomorrow surface documents that had to do with the Soviet Union Russia, rather, and what it's doing in Chechnya that were classified could could Russia, actually get my extradition from the United States because I put out classified documents boy into to Russia. I don't think so. But that would be if they if they actually have an indictment, and if they go after Julian Assange, and the way that so far they've indicated they want to that will certainly be an employee important issue, what duty that Julian Assange, oh to the United States. I want to turn now to an interview I did with Julian Assange in two thousand twelve I visited him in the in the Ecuadoran. And this is when he was speaking on Skype to us when he talked himself about the espionage act interpretation. Of ESPN object that the Pentagon is trying to have a really to the legal system in which the department of Justice is complicit. Would mean the end of national security journalism in the United States, only the United States because the Pentagon, his reply. Extra-territorially. Why would it be the end of national security journalism? Because the interpretation is if any documents. The US government claims to be classified is given to journalist who then makes any of the public journalist has commuted. And the person who gave them the material has committed the crime, communicating with the enemy. So that was Julian Assange speaking to us a few years ago. This is John Denver's the head of the Justice Department's national security division briefing reporters on Thursday, about the new charges against Julian Assange, she said, quote, some say Assange, journalist, and that he should be immune from prosecution for these actions. The department take seriously, the role of journalists in our democracy, and we thank you for it. It is not an has never been the department's policy to target them for reporting. But Julian Assange is no journalist. He said your response, Jennifer Robinson. If the department of Justice is concerned about journalism than they ought to be concerned about the priest this sets and the impact will have an all American journalists Michael Raton, was absolutely correct in making the points that he made. And I think that is the concern. It's not even just a concern about journalists in the United States. What these president says about the department of Justice exercising extraterritorial jurisdiction of journalists and publishers outside of the country for having published this information as Michael Rodley, pointed out, what would it mean Russia China was starting to seek the extradition of American journalists for having published Chinese or Russian secrets? This is an incredibly serious president and for the department of Justice suggests that these won't be used by the Trump administration against other media organizations and journalists, I think is naive at best, Jennifer Robinson Ecuador has ceased. Some of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, possessions left behind when the British authorities took an out of the. Embassy. Wikileaks says that Ecuador is allowing US prosecutors to help themselves to assign just belongings this the case. The Ecuador did receive a request from the United States to seize control of WikiLeaks property, that was inside the embassy jillions property inside the embassy equa has provided that we have very concerned both about the fact that Ecuador has allowed the MC stuff to be questioned by US prosecutors now handing over this material in circumstances, where there is no China custody. We don't know who has been into the embassy and who's access that room access the belongings. So raises serious concerns about our ability to defend ourselves and defend him in this case and serious concerns about the Nitra of the evidence in the process by which was obtained. Now what about Sweden also reviving a reopening, their case, they're ellegation of rape against Julian Assange, when they had dropped all of the charges both of sexual assault. And rape before what does this mean sw? Sweden calling for the extradition also of Julian Assange. I, of course he's never been charged in Sweden. And this is the third time that a different prosecutor has reopened this investigation after has been closed. It was I close in two thousand and ten because the first prosecutor said there wasn't there wasn't evidence of any crime. It was reopened, again, by prosecutor who dragged it out for years spy out office to cooperate after finally questioning join inside the embassy that case was dropped in time outta was dropped again. And now we have now that he's in prison here. A third prosecutor reopening the case over a decade. This is by any stretch an abusive process. He has always been willing to answer those allegations. He's given his testimony and it's time that matter is determined once and for all, of course. Now, there is a serious question that will arise here in the UK as to which of the requests, if Sweden does seek his extradition, reopened the criminal investigation, and we'll have to make a decision about whether to seek his extradition. But if they do it raises questions about which tradition requests. We'll take precedence as you can see join us on just going to be in a, he's in very difficult position with respect to both extradition requests and which one takes precedence US or Sweden, and if Sweden Wirt extradite him and, again, you just said, he actually has never officially been charged even now with rape or sexual assault. They are reopening the investigation, and that's been going on for years if he were extradited to Sweden, his original concern was that he would then be extradited to the United States. Do you fear still fear this? Of course that was the reason he sought asylum in the first place is that we were seeking assurances from Sweden if he went to return to Sweden to face any potential process. They with respect to those allegations, he would not be sent to the United States Sweden refused to give that assurance trailing government. He's in a straight into dozen refused to request that assurance, the Ecuadorian government wants he go asylum. The embassy also sought that assurance from Sweden, and they refused to give it now we're in a situation where we have an indictment on the record from the United States, and it will be a metaphor. The home secretary to determine if Sweden also requests his extradition, which of those cases will take precedence. We are, of course, concerned about the risks that he will face if he goes back to the United States. And that's it will rise messy free speech questions irrespective of whether he goes to Sweden. I will not Jennifer Robinson. How is Julian doing in person he was in the Ecuadorian embassy for almost seven years? Taken out by British authorities where is he currently jailed? And how is he? He's currently prison in Bill mosh prison in southeast London, which is a high security prison here in the UK. We were very concerned about his health at the time he was forcibly removed from the embassy he'd been denied medical treatment for more than seven years. We concerned it's had a permanent impact. Ponies health. We've recently had a.
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"The jury to punish them and to assess substantial punitive damages for their conscious disregard for their culture of lack of safety thousands of people have sued the company. So Cal gas claims followed all the regulations of the time, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI. I knew news is brought to you by Nanno knee. So Cal Edison's offer to install eight hundred seventy charging stations at no cost for companies with vehicles like big rigs buses, and forklifts at Carolina choice says companies would have to agree to convert at least two fossil fuel vehicles to electric, the cost of program is three hundred fifty six million dollars Cobra five year period and our customers paying for that program through slight increase in their electric bills choice is medium, and heavy duty fleets. Create a significant amount of pollution in southern California. She says getting those vehicles, two zero emissions would reduce greenhouse gases, improve air quality and reduce noise pollution, a guy from LA has completed a thirty one mile ride across the country to raise money and awareness for people living with paralysis gives me Yanni Corey was paralyzed in a diving accident in two thousand six he says it's two months trip has been the biggest accomplishment of his life. Physical mainstone scared across country. Correy says the ride race three hundred fifty thousand dollars, the money will go toward his nonprofit organization called next step, which is open seven gyms for paralysis rehab, including one in LA, one of the Morehouse college grads whose debt was wiped out by the commencement speaker, is from Compton, 21-year-olds. White Lewis says he.
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"Jennifer your turn. Blue suits. So Cal gas over a major league near porter ranch say a new report helps their claims. The report about the cause of the blowout found that casing leaks at the facility had not been investigated for decades. Lawyer Brian Panish says socal gas was negligent before the leak in twenty fifteen we're going to ask the jury to punish them and to assess substantial punitive damages for their conscious disregard for their culture of lack of safety thousands of people have sued the company. So Cal gas claims followed all the regulations of the time. Andrew Bowman Beck. KFI news is brought to you by reborn cabinets. Riverside County is the public for help identifying a man who isn't talking. And might have amnesia. He seems to be about thirty years old. He was taken to the hospital last month after people spotted him standing on a street corner in Marino, valley getting drenched by yard sprinklers. He's black five foot nine hundred sixty pounds, he interacts with this, caregivers, but either can't or won't talk so Cal. Addison has offered to install eight hundred seventy charging stations at no companies for with the goals like big rigs buses and forklifts. Edison's Caroline choice says companies would have to agree to convert at least two fossil fuel vehicles to electric Cuthbert program is three hundred fifty six billion dollars over a five-year period, and our customers paying for that program through slight increase in their electric bills. Toys medium, and heavy duty fleets. Create a significant amount of pollution in southern California. She says getting those vehicles, two zero emissions would reduce greenhouse gases, improve air quality and reduce noise pollution, one of the Morehouse college grants whose debt was wiped out by the commencement speaker, is from Compton, twenty one year old white Lewis says he could hardly believe it.
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"Other statements by the president be fact checked. In the eight o'clock hour right now news record. Jim Foreside commentary efforts underway on both the local and state levels to abolish released drastically limit. The requiring of cash bail is a condition of release, but that's only for misdemeanor criminal defendants. There is a Bill introduced in the Texas legislature. And also bear county. Judge Nelson Wolff is a heading an effort here. Locally to make major changes in the time honored concept of requiring that people who are charged but not convicted of crimes post bail. So they can be released from the county jail pending their trial on the idea that if they have money hanging in the balance, they are far more likely not to jump bail and to show up for their trials. The problem that we're seeing a lot of judicial change advocates are pointing this out is that in Texas urban county jails as many as two. Thirds of the inmates. Have never been convicted of anything and the whole idea of incarcerating somebody taking away somebody's liberty without due process is antithetical to the constitution. Sometimes people stay in these urban county jails for years just simply because they can't post bail at. It's also seen as being unfair. Because two people could be brought in by the police arrested on the exact same charge. One person can pull out his credit card post bail and be outta there. While another person goes back into a jail cell and loses their liberty for months or years for the exact same offence. This is bothered people for a long time. And now that we have things like GPS monitoring. There is a serious effort underway to try to alter that situation in bear county, as you mentioned, it would only be for misdemeanor offenders nonviolent offenders, and what they would do on the. State level is rather than setting bail. According to the offense here charged with because somebody who's charged with the fence and seventies charge for the fence. Be that has nothing whatsoever to do with the person's likelihood of showing up for trial what they're charged with. They would instead determine if they are a continuing danger to the to society by taking into account their past criminal activities the crime they were charged with and other factors to determine whether or not they are a candidate for being released on their own recognizance, potentially with GPS monitoring an ankle monitor or something like that. Now, they're anti-crime and safe communities. Groups are already raising red flags over these proposals both locally and statewide. They played out the just in the last year in Texas. Several people have been shot a police officer was murdered in Dallas by an individual who had been released from jail on another charge on their own reconnaissance. And they say we just simply. Cannot allow this to happen. If somebody's in custody, and they're a dangerous person we need to keep them in custody, pending their trial. But a lot of this Charlie is being driven by the fact that when those people sit in jail for months or years without having been convicted or anything who's paying for that you and I are paying for that. This is also very much a tax payer focused initiative because it costs a lot of money to run a jail. It's estimated between three hundred and six hundred dollars per day to house it inmate and a lot of people are also raised questions about whether or not that's a good use of our tax money to keep people in jail who have been charged with anything. So we have moral issues, we have constitutional issues and just fairness issues about whether or not it's right to hold people who have not been convicted of any crime. So we can expect a lot of movement both on the state and on the local level on this very emotional issue. Coming up in the next several months is this proposal apply to people who do have money. They don't have the post cash. Bill it. Yes, obviously, it would apply to everybody who gets arrested yet goes in and provided. It's a misdemeanor court. They do some sort of algorithm tasks to determine that this the crime this person discharged with and the individual is not a threat to society, and they are a person who is likely to appear in court ties to the community that kind of thing they would not discriminate between people who have money and don't have money. If this person is allowed to be to go free that person would be allowed to go free as well. All right, Jim. Thank you very much. Mike appel co-hosted bureau palca podcast coming up in less than five minutes. Everywhere you go. There's another line at the grocery store at the drive.