18 Burst results for "Si Se"

"si se" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"si se" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"si se" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:38 min | 10 months ago

"si se" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Swill tequila. But that wasn't good music and literally Everybody knows it. You know where paranoid schizophrenics ride their bicycles. On the psycho path. Uh, psychopath, man, that's great. Dr. Jill Biden is a physician. She is a doctor. She can heal you. That's why they call her Dr Jill Biden all the time. She can write you medical prescriptions. She can look at your wound and diagnosis it. She can wear a lab coat into the hospital and perform surgeries. She is a doctor, and you better believe that. Well, she was out. She was out on the On the HUS stings. Giving speeches for her poor husband who falls over when the wind blows. And since this is Obama two point Oh, which makes it Jimmy Carter three point Oh, She thought. She thought she might pander to the paisanos. So she decided she would take up that great mantra of the Obama administration. Si se puede. They And this is what we got. So say it with me. Si se quad way The future is ours. Thank you. That Sounds like a person with the speech impediment trying to say, Padre. Do that again room So say it with me. Si se quad way The future is ours. Thank you. I don't want to go Henry Higgins on it, but Where do you get quad way? But with what way? Si se quad way. Please keep this woman might and put her out What way She derives how much great comedy were being cheated out of By Joe Biden. Not speaking in public more often. Do you realize how much we are being? Do you realize how wonderful this could be? And you know the sad the sad thing about this. If it was 1976. And you compare Gerald Ford. Who I think actually was in a state of cognitive decline when he was president, too. I do all joking aside. That's not a joke. I mean, that's a that's an honest diagnosis from him. Absolutely amateur observer, But I spent a fair amount of time watching Gerald Ford, who also had a tendency to trip and fall on onstage. He also had three assassination attempts on his life within a week, which pretty impressive, you probably wouldn't know of squeaky Fromme other than her point blank range. Shooting Miss of Gerald Ford. He also went to San Antone famously when he's running for president and thought he would eat the food of the locals. And began chowing down on the husk of a tamale. That was awkward, but you could kind of feel for him, right? I mean, if you're not from Texas, and you've never eaten a tamale. They hand this thing to you? How do you know that? You don't eat the bread looking thing? Maybe that maybe the cases where you eat the case of the sausage. Right. He eat the bread on the sandwich. How would he know? Somebody didn't run. Good advance for that. I'll tell you that somebody didn't run. Good advance for that, And it wasn't It wasn't the campaign. Uh, Chairman of that campaign. I'll assure you that because that was James A. Baker, the third who would go on to run for attorney general in 1978 and lose to mark White, but then go on to be chief of staff. Theo, President Reagan's presidents Reagan and Bush, be secretary of the Treasury, of course, which people forget and secretary of State. The greatest secretary of state we've had in the modern era. By far his shuttle diplomacy is the reason for the Middle East success. The first go round and I would argue George W. Bush would not have been able to be president, he would not have taken office. Rightfully had James, a maker. The third not going down to Florida walked in boots and suitcase in hand where, in his bankers blue suit with white pinstripes and said, our boys here's what we're gonna do. Bush is going to be president. The Supreme Court's gonna rule it and we're gonna move on down the road, and we're not going to sit around Mitt Romney, John McCain style and hand this thing over to the Democrats. Because that's what Republicans do. Jim Baker, to his credit, was not going to allow that to happen. There was too much Texan in him, and he willed it to be the case that George W. Bush would be the president because he had The majority of votes in the state of Florida. You could refer to hanging chads or whatever you want. We're not going to lose this election, and he willed it to be the case and George W. Bush became the president. Since then, other than Donald Trump. We have not had in the White House. That sense of I'm going to accomplish my agenda, and I'm not going to sit around under the withering heat of the New York Times scrutiny and give in to them or The Washington Post, for that matter. They're too many Republicans that are simply too weak and do not wish to win. Just that simple. When Eddie Martini said to me Mac's going to get a jet. Charter a jet. He's gonna I don't know He's paid for the hotel rooms to. It's a lot of hotel rooms. I mean, think about that. I mean, that's pretty 50 grand. Where the hell'd hotel room? No, It's It's what is war. That's 500 grand, just in the hotel rooms. Said he might be able to charter a jet might build to get the hotels, but I don't know he's going to be able to get the tickets. Then again, I'm not betting against him. And I didn't any did they're just certain people? You know the old line If you want to get something done, Give it to a busy person. People that aren't busy. We'll tell you all the things they have going on people that are busy. Never do They just get it. They just added into the mix and just get it done. There are winners and losers in life. The sooner you understand that attach yourself to winners shed yourself from losers because losers will always lose and winners will mostly always win. Well, what are you?.

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"si se" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"si se" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Delta flight to show my driver's license because it's it's racist. There's no question about it. What is this? What kind of voter suppression? What kind of traveler suppression is it to force people to show identification before they board planes? Hey, Howie. When they raised the corporate tax rate, these companies are in for a rude awakening could saying a lot of them are already woke? Yes, there's a difference between being awake and woke a great difference a world of difference. According to Biden, We have to spend more on infrastructure. Otherwise, China will eat our tapioca pudding. Yeah, he said. He's calling this an infrastructure bill, but by his own estimate, Less than a third. His administration's estimate less than a third will go to infrastructure and some Some people are saying it's less than 5% will go to infrastructure. Okay. My Spanish is a little rusty. But I think si se puede quad way translates to when pandering goes horribly wrong. Let's have that cut again. This is from Jill Biden. She can't say si se puede. See such weather with me, she said, wide way the future is ours. Thank you..

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"si se" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Every year, Colistin Hey, at 8338 rocket or go to rocket mortgage dot com to the great that we can all start applying for information conditions. People have letter doesn't say why. Why do we ignore the things that give us pause? Seem out of place that don't feel right. The answer to why defines who we are. So if you see something, why do you say something? Si se for my friends for my community for my family for each other, because all of this matters way all have something worth protecting. So why do you see say report suspicious activity to local authorities. If you see something Say something. Hello. I'm Jose her now this and I have been using a wheelchair since my accident in 1995. I guess if I had one message for the general public, it would be that I appreciate your help. But please ask first. I know you mean well, but I've actually got everything under control. And if I don't, I'll ask for assistance. People with disabilities just want the same respect and consideration as everyone else. This is a message from United Spinal Association Download our disability had to get booklet United Spinal Zorg W. B. S M the following program maybe pre recorded This'd is America first. And here's your host, Dr Sebastian Gorka. What we're also trying to do is make our health and medical experts available to ensure people understand And I'll reiterated here today. It's not just a vaccine is obviously an incredible medical breakthrough on we want every American to have one. But even after bash was vaccinated. Social distancing, wearing master to meet going to be essential, and we'll need to continue communicating about that through health and medical experts. So when do we start wearing mosques? When do we stop social distancing? Never. Oh, by the way, Jen Psaki. Where's your mask? I'm sure you can get one that matches the pink Who shonka the Soviet who Shankar you were photographed in a few years ago during the Shankar, is that Classic Russian Communist for hat. She was given a pink one, and she wore it with the symbol of the Soviet Union right in the middle of her forehead. It's all about control. It has nothing to do with your health. It's about control. If you want to understand the sources of how we got here. What it's going to take to defeat. Political correctness run amok. Listen to my friend Dennis Prager. Is before me every day. He knows what he's talking about. He's researched Communist, and he traveled to the Soviet Union in his twenties to help the Jewish population there. He studied these people, these radicals Quickest way is to watch his latest movie. It's about what's happening here in America know safe spaces. Co starring Adam Corolla. Amazing guests. I've seen it. Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro. You can watch it through us. You can order it at Salem, now dot com. Use my name Get a big discount Salem now dot com promo code G O R K A no safe spaces is Must must watch. Okay? Things I must share with you. Because it's important. It is indicative of the things that we are facing. Let's listen to the woman who is at the heart of most of these issues, and that's Nancy Pelosi on why on Monday Just a few days time. For the first time ever, you know, Republic's history we will witness the second Senate impeachment trial. The president, but this time a former president That's how out of control they are. This is Nancy Pelosi early today. Video Cut, eight play cut. So we for us to why bother? Why bother? Ask our founders. Why bother? As those who wrote the Constitution? Ask Abraham Lincoln. Ask anyone who cares about our democracy. Why we are bothering you cannot Go forward until you have justice. Presume she knows the founding fathers are dead. Anybody literally said. Ask Abraham Lincoln asked the founding fathers. It's not actually possible, okay? Ask those who believe In the Constitution. Why You are subverting the Constitution. Which says the primary purpose Of impeachment is to remove a president from the White House from the position of chief executive. You cannot. The Constitution. Remove somebody from the White House if they're not the president. You are the antithesis. You are the opposite. You are the omega to the Alfa of the Constitution. But again returning to Dennis Whatever the left says they're doing. Accusing you off. Is the opposite. Of reality. Studio calls. It's been far too long. Let's go to New Jersey, Leonardo line one. Dr Gorka, How are you? Happy Warrior? I'm right here. I'm right here. Right now. You're doing good. You're happy time, but we're gonna win. I'm put up with you. On our side. We will win. But today I'm a little bit. But Herb Listen to this one. I'm here with my medium Bapu right with the crystal ball, And I'm talking to Abraham Lincoln. And what does he say about Nancy and impeaching the president? He said that Nancy Pelosi is the psychotic which is evil. And that Abraham Lincoln is gonna vote for President Trump in 2000 and 24. Now the reason I really called was governor the Santis You know, I want to go down there and give him money. I'm not in fact, that might be moving down. To be perfectly honest with you. I'm done with you gonna give up on juicy You're gonna give up Yeah, well, you know what? I'm old? I'm an old man. You're 30 years younger than me. You gotta fight. I'm going down there. I got a sick wife. We want to live a couple of more years before that. Here's a good one, right? The Communist Chinese are now buying Ordina Profile. So that the next time they send the bioweapon here, you know the come proof will the swine flu. This is really hard to figure out right? The swine flu the Asian flu 1958 1968 the Hong Kong flu why do they all come from Hong Kong? Remember Alexander the great Alexander The great used to take people that died of plague and catapult him into enemy fortress is he wasn't the only one. I know it wasn't the only one. Right. This is not the know whether the Americans gonna wake up. Stop looking at your cellphones and just use Florida as a model. You know, Donald Trump Jr is going to be either a senator or House of Representatives member of Florida The state legislatures have to be sure manically purged. And all of these states that are blue New Jersey. I don't know. We got fully Tomer Fellini over here. You know what? This guy's moving us. He's gonna open the diners. Now you could go and eat.

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"si se" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"si se" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Sick. NFL ain't knowing gave us Criticize the things I did as an idiot kid. But if you had it all but nobody to call, maybe then you know me. Yeah. Because of had everything but no one's listening. That's just get lonely. I'm so alone. Oh, me. I'm sorry long. Wow. Long line. Oh, me. Number head of station T ball. Hmm. Mm uh, You've got a hold of me. I don't even know your power asked that hunter fee But I father I'm a pound You show me open doors. You going, Sam Army? I can't take any more. I'm second, baby. Please ever. Si se que si on my even Italian. So mean, if you kids having me Two, Please, Lassie, Missy. Just through.

"si se" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Maybe that's my master. I don't know, Sam. I just had an easy on you. Yes, Tommy. This he went. Don't leave it all got up, Bucky. Nice when they are just Be long. Some rest a moment first. Oh, my God. That's so not only did you not seen my job too, you know. Oh, my God. Let me guess. My God, John. I'm sorry, Father. No, that's not going to stand by my family. Joining them on land, Whoever exitos no entices him to sink. Oh, nothing. Porta is the simplest way was kind of form. As I said, Maybe that Master list is a lovely memory metal captive. Okada, Montana isn't necessarily a con cuatro Tazawa. Si se custodian of gummy. No sign of them is mass. Probably commitment thing. I dread to equal blow through people's a salute at the mass economies amigos en Mi familia. Moving to Managua is mass. Probably amigo. El Agua is super important. If comets are media commando can serve me better. The ultra does. The salvia is fast, not importa who segmental barrel benefits your baby and I started a company that is Vanna devotee Poor Chamberlain's natural foods. Really? She does Every comedian the steady Kia muscular. It's beginning to sound a lot like the holidays For the first time.

"si se" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"To us Your question? Because I know that Chuck Bass Man get out of my life because I need to know your cell. Never get your blessing today, my friend. But the answer No, don't be so rude. You know humans to write down this. So come on Mary, anyway, anyway. Matter will be waiting so Tonto. Julian. No Church with me. Wait. My God, You're not shoot way. Si se was on Did you sell? Never get your blessing to the day that I don't love my friend because the answer's still no. Don't be so rude. Don't you know you, man? So so? Come on, Mary, anyway, anyway, no matter what You have your daughter for the rest of my life. See you say is because I need to know she'll never get your blessing to today. Yeah, Dad's over my friend. No, still means no, wait. Don't be so but you loving your man. Does this so Mary anyway anyway? It will be so so. It was really more music more for Ryan E went. Oh, for three. My FM. Yeah. I've been on my own for long enough. Maybe you could show me harder. Maybe I'm going through withdrawal. You don't even have to do too much. You can tell me young, just a chance, baby. Judge trade My guess he clearly when you're Oh, my You saved me. Running out of time because I can see the sights light up the sky So I start over trying, baby. City Golden Team. No judge me my clearly when you Oh, nothing. Sorry. Yes, please. Blinded by the marks Go get sleep. It'll do your touch. Let me do it. Me halftime show. I think that's a good choice for the halftime show, right? I mean, people will still complain, regardless, but the weekend could be doing it. That's in February. This'll was all you. None of it. Me. You put your.

"si se" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What did Governor do? Si se today and Katie a rto Mike Broom head. Is it worth going over is that we're talking about her. Did he say nothing for 30 minutes? And by the way, was there a snob? Was there was there was very because he was in the building today. Which I was surprised he was here. Yes. Was there a Snub by the governor. Talk about it right coming up. It's a very interesting, very interesting and very interesting situations. Know, anyway, we'll stop it up a little snow. Huh? Huh? That's interesting. That's for 30. Okay, good. So in Oregon In Oregon. I guess what heroin is legal now? Well, it's de criminalized. Okay, So if you have a certain amount, you will not be charged with anything. Also loitering, starting fires about crack crime. Basically, you could do anything you want. How about crack? Yeah, it's pretty legal. So cocaine meth. So in Oregon very interesting question was asked to the governor of Oregon governor. And, uh, it deals with Thanksgiving. Take a Listen. I asked Governor Brown Point blank. Yes Or no? Should Oregonians and your mind be calling the police on their neighbors who are violating the restrictions of this freeze, Okay, having more than six people in their home at once. So imagine that that was happening in Arizona. You know, we're all separated by these walls. And, you know, maybe we get a ladder and climb up with, you know it kind of peek over. See 12345678. There are eight people there. Gotta call the police. Mind your own business because snitches get stitches and they do so they call the police. In those circumstances. Yes or no. Here's what she said. Look, this is no different than what happens if there's a party down the street, and it's keeping everyone awake. What the neighbors do they call on force mint because it's too noisy. My neighbors would join in with yours, by the way, so I've got Grandma Grandpa and Uncle Brother sister, my kids your We're all together. And we're just having a good night. Outside is a little bit different than you know. You know, alcohol make up by having a party down the street. You know, bro, it ripping the knob off Omega Pi. ALF Omega Pi thistles just like that. It's like a violation of a noise or did it It is not a case like that. Could be. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes. Yeah, but horrible. Honestly, they shouldn't have Tonto. This is about saving lives, and it's about protecting our fellow Oregonians and nobody should be named. Katie is a governor. Nobody should be named Oregonians. I don't like that about protecting our families. It's about protecting our vulnerable community members, and frankly, it's about protecting the entire state of Oregon. So it's really about Now in mind you if you want to go outside and have a huge party and break a bunch of things, and then try to light everything on fire and throw a fit. You could totally do that all while you smoke crack. Okay? Are you talking about the riots in Portland? No. There every night. There's still something going on. It's like a violation of a noise ordinance. You know what I would say? That could be a Yes, Yes. Yeah. You know what I would say? What would you say? We're having. Ah, we're having a protest inside my house. Having approach to protecting was Turkey and we're really upset, but my God We're having a pro trump event. That is the dumbest thing in the world. We're wearing our maga hats and it's a pro trump event. They allowed to do it to leave us alone. This is the problem. You know when people look at the left, and they say, you know what you guys allow stuff. You allow things like this to go on. And you never talk about the spread of coverted with us that if it's trump rally we hear about it. You tell people you can't gather, but you, you know, but at the same time you're letting people you know, stitch on your neighbors. But if you know a bunch of kids want to get together downtown and protest something You're totally fine with that. This is insane. It's amazing what we have out there when it comes to co bit. We've got this governor in Oregon case Brown going. Your name's Kate, You're full Off the rails to say if you are living next to somebody and you hear a little a little chatter in the backyard, or you pick through the window, and you see 10 people at a table. Call the police. What if you have eight kids? Do you have to tell two of the kids? We're gonna have to draw straws. Two of you could have stay outdoors. Yeah. You didn't even give us the little table This year. You put us outdoors. I want the covert table this year. I've already asked for that, Have you? The covert table is outside and it's for two. It's for me and my wife and we will be separated from the rest of our family who'll be separated from us, But we'll be in the same backyard. You stay home. Because I want to see my family. We could do it in the backyard. Would like one of those looking. Do it from a distance. I have binoculars. What's going on? Hey, look, it's it, Jerry. What do you that I say, Yo, Hey, look, it's Uncle Gato said he's already Covington. Don't look at him. Coming on Eric's coming up next. Hey, spoke he did in the building. Governor Ducey was here. Katie are today talking Tolo, one of our very good friends, Not super Best friend, but he's getting to that point. Mike Broom hit Mike Broom head did do see snub one of us in person. Coming up next Mike Broom head mornings If there's room for a conversation for both sides to understand each other better so that there's no longer both sides. It's one side I'm in. I'm.

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"si se" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on Z104

"Honey to thank you on this lonely nights. I love you. They Tells to me and say hello. Yeah. To baby to you on this lonely night. I love you, baby. Si se Squad. Right, honey to think things through on this lonely nights. I love you, baby. Destiny. And I say Hey, to wait here in the mornings. You on this Tuesday, November 17th.

"si se" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You just made me In the middle of a that you already owe me. Seattle's number one hit music station 92.5. To thank you on this lonely nights. I love you, baby. Se mi. Yeah. Just to be on this lonely night. Baby, just say Disquiet. Alright, honey to thank a on this lonely night. I love you, baby. Si SE e. Did you boy five. Seattle's number one hit music station first. To me hoping will be be very fine, Mama. Oh, no, I think I'll be switching positions. That's a big job, but Mama My name is gonna face me such a number. Get you something like that. I am so close my love for you to get out of here. Men isn't Don't be O I am a woman. Music station. Move at 92.5 they I've been I've been thinking I want you to be happier. I want you to be happier when the morning comes, and we see what we've become in the cold light of day were aflame in the window of the five we'd be gone. Every argument. Every word. We can't take back kid with all that has happened. I think that we both got away with the story.

"si se" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"si se" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Alex and I are joined station. Juicy hits Washington Good afternoon from the 5 50 K Apply, I newsroom AHM'rahm puncher Governor Doug Ducey meeting with President Trump today at the White House. Well there, they talked about Arizona's response to covert 19. They also talked mail in voting does, he says It's something that's been happened in Arizona since 92. This is no time to experiment. This is the time to go with the tried and true in Arizona. Our system works very well do see, adding than Arizona's had decades to establish a system that works in a system that can be trusted, he said, Expecting states that would be brand new to it. To come up with one a perfect one that would work before November's election would probably not be possible for us covert goes, Do si se. I'm going to stay the course. Speaking of covert is impacted the start of cardinals training camp. So far, most of the play book has been taught virtually Coach Cliff Kingsbury explaining strategy Human interesting. Keep it shorten, Keep moving. Now, with safety protocols in place. Players are actually in camp. So far, only one player from the team is up dot of season. The deadline for players to do so is tomorrow. Advent Secretary Mark Esper says that massive blast and Beirut was likely an accident. And not an attack. On Wall Street today, the Dow Jones finished up 373 points to close at 27,201. Can't you look at traffic? Now? On 5 50 care fly downtown Phoenix? I'm looking at a wreck just about cleared up westbound 10 approaching 16 Street. Still a bunch of slow and go westbound 16th Street over to Seventh Avenue, then traveling starting to build North bound. 17. It starts around. Van Buren continues all the way out to Thomas. I'm Lee Pal Traffic 5.

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Delores

PODSHIP EARTH

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Delores

"C. Safeway or yes we can is a rallying cry for justice freedom and dignity that was born from the heart and mind of civil rights revolutionary. Dolores wet the chant of Si Se. Puede his been taken up by many movements. From Barack Obama's two thousand eight presidential campaign to the fight for climate justice to the continued struggle for workers rights to Spain's anti austerity campaigns of 2019. Martin Luther King Junior said that the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice we all know that it only bends towards justice because of individuals willing to put themselves on the front lines of the Civil Rights Struggle Laura Sweater who turned ninety on April tenth. Twenty twenty has never left the front lines. She's a force of nature that has transformed the lives of those who grow and harvest the food that sustains each of us creating the phone welcome movement with Cesar Chavez she is the mother of the modern labor movement also came up with the idea that consumers have the power to shape and push industries like great growers to improve farm worker conditions. She then that. Labor negotiations to memorialize will can benefit in the nation's first of their kind collective bargaining agreements. Deloris is a fearless and incredibly effective advocate legislation. She championed the landmark building nineteen sixty to allow people to take the California driver's examination in Spanish. And and she's never stopped last year. She helped enact leads to create California's Fund for safe and affordable drinking water Quetta who describes himself as a born again feminists consciously incorporated feminism into her fight for workers rights and push Gloria Steinem and the one thousand nine hundred sixty s to expand the feminist movement to include issues of race thereby helping make feminism and Movement for all women not just white women from the beginning. Dolores wet has also been an environmental champion fighting to protect workers from harmful pesticides sanding shoulder to shoulder with native Americans at Standing Rock and picking up litter after every rally she led. I Talk About a fiftieth anniversary with my hero and living legend Dolores Wetter Kelly. Working Fourteen hour days with Heff Foundation to make sure farmwork has have access to protective equipment food and benefits during this pandemic. And if you thought you knew everything about Delores also talk about why she loves burning man. Dolores where are you right now all right now? I'm in the belly of the beast. I'm in Bakersfield California Bakersfield and all of Kern county. You are going through really rough times right now. Dolores is a lot of people that have been laid off. I think it's over a thousand oil workers that have been laid off. One of the company is completely. Shut Down Lager. People EARN EMPLOYEES CIVILLY TRAGIC. But we know at the same time. And that's why we see that our air is a little cleaner a usually here in Kern county. We are women the worst areas of pollution for air pollution in the country. And we know that that air pollution really affects not only the physical health especially if the children but also the mental health of children. Here we have Not only to freeways that can make your highway ninety nine and highway five of but then we have all of the pollution that comes from the Agricultural Industry Caesar industrial growers that have not really converted their tractors They're so easy in a lot of diesel. It's a big struggle and when you try to bring to the attention they consider this to be an attack instead of thinking. Okay what do we have to do to make them more economically friendly jobs for people so these are the challenges that we have ahead of us as we try to convert all of the fossil fuel industries into industries. That are more friendly for everybody. So deloris in the late fifties and sixties when you have founding the farmworker movement and and really bringing those issues to the full when whether environmental issues like drinking water and air quality and pesticide runoff. How did those issues fest? Come to your attention right at the beginning at the very beginning you know. I grew up in Stockton California which is also like a cultural area. I was in a field in. I see this what I thought was fog rolling in but I thought how can you have fog in the summertime? Well it was a pesticide residue. That was rolling in. That was one of the first things that farmer who's complained about about the effects of Pesticides. And so we had so many cases of pesticide poisonings. Sometimes Terry crews like thirty. Forty people would been poisoned at the same time. How can this happen? Slow regard for the health farm workers so one of the first contracts that I signed a day. Employers tell exactly how many pesticides they were going to spray and where they were going to be spread out and then we passed legislation to make sure that the appeals are posted of when they sprayed some of these dangerous pesticides and then we work very very hard to get some of these dangerous pesticides restricted and banned forever and unfortunately a lot of pesticides we had because like Didi they were then shipped to Mexico to Latin American countries. And so here but we had all of these farmers could children that. Were being bored with these horrible deformities being born without arms without legs so horrific here you had children in Mexico and parts of Latin America. That were having exactly the same type of affection disabilities that were coming from pesticides

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"Station. The pilots followed instructions, I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. Investigators poring through the black boxes of the crash of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, jetliner Ethiopia, say the pilots initially followed Boeing's emergency procedures but failed to regain control of the jet. The Wall Street Journal reports people briefed on the probes. Preliminary findings say the flight crew turned off a flight control system that was auto medically pushing down the plane's nose, but could not get it to climb. Again. The airliner crashed last month killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board. Homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen says the immigration crisis at the border is like a major hurricane. We're not treating this like a massive cat five hurricane disaster. And that means the secretary has now ordered emergency surge operations to handle the influx of migrants, including shifting seven hundred fifty border patrol agents to areas of higher need and re implementing migrant protection protocols that would keep US asylum asylum-seekers in Mexico while their claims are processed because the president has repeatedly complained about the catch and release program that he calls the dumbest immigration system in the world. And with all of that said, another caravan of Central American and Caribbean migrants are now in the southern Mexican state of Chiotis moving north five says trace Gallagher, Chicago, Alexis, first, African American woman mayor and its first openly gay leader. The crowd at the victory celebration last night for Lori Lightfoot chanting si se puede Spanish for.

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"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro insists he's not going anywhere. He remains in place. Even though European nations have recognized an opposition leader as president and protesters flooded the streets over the weekend. Si se puede either saying, yes, it's possible or yes, we can but Madero supporters were marching to marking the twentieth anniversary of Venezuela's socialist government that governments rise to power is the backdrop for this moment it came to power with the nineteen ninety nine election of Medeiros populace predecessor, Hugo Chavez, a specialist on Latin America Miguel tinker solace of Pomona college followed office is career for the first time. You had a leader in Minnesota that looked like the mixed race population. That spoke like them acted like them, and he was able to utilize much of that to again, promote social programs and to be reelected on multiple occasions. So this populist guy, Hugo Chavez tries a coup fails, but ends up winning an election taking power huge media figure on television all the time dominating everybody's lives and says he's going to change everything. How did he change things in the last years of his life? The first was political reforms. The constitution of nineteen ninety nine which is today being promoted by the opposition, which at that time they oppose then there was a coup in two thousand two he came back, and then we have dramatic investment in social programs healthcare education housing, but that could only happen as long as oil prices were exceedingly high and eventually as prices decline. They would be a reckoning in that reckoning is happened at what point did it become apparent that amid all of this spending that the oil money was starting to run out as the prices effort twenty fourteen twenty fifteen begin to decline Chavis has died you begin to have shortages of basic food products. Long lines. You have the US sanctions mismanagement corruption, there are several factors. And I guess it was in this period that Chavez's party began losing elections that successor Nicolas Maduro, his party tried to keep control of the legislature. And totally lost. Right. Correct. It's the very first electoral victory the opposition scores in the national assembly. So they won the legislative elections. But then Maderas government completely disempowered the legislature, right, right? Mobuto increasingly relies on what he will call the national constituent assembly, which is clause in the constitution, which he activated to create a alternative body. So wait a minute Madero is clearly losing power from two thousand fifteen onward. And instead of just fighting it out in elections. He ends up taking all the power away from the national assembly winning reelection with deeply disputed methods. How much popularity though does the president still seem to have if any according to some polls even opposition polls anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent, even with the current crisis. And the opposition to Mobutu is not just from the right there are people protesting against that are protesting because he has not fulfilled the promises he made to the popular sectors the opposition they're United in ousting doodle. It's not clear that the United on one comes next the opposition leader one guy. Doe has said he's president under this provision. That says that the legislative leader becomes interim president if there's a vacancy of the presidency. But isn't he limited to holding that office for thirty days until he can figure out an election. Yes. And this is where it becomes kind of problematic because the constitution says thirty days, I'm hearing already from position sources saying that maybe they need a year to cleanse the political process that would lead to more chaos, and that's the fear of playing to the military. What happens if you do find a faction in the military, and we do wind up with a open military conflict? The consequences would be disastrous for the country is the opposition movement discredited at all because it has such overt support from the United States for an important segment of Venezuelan society. It is the fact that you have Donald Trump who's actions in terms of Latin America vis-a-vis, the border immigrant families, the separation of children, and then you have John Bolton and statements about the company that baggage is part of what why though now carries even with that said does it seem to you that the opposition is legitimate on some level that they represent the broad majeur. Of society. I think the opposition as the legitimate force in Venezuela. I think that they not always have been democratic. We have to go back understand that in two thousand and two they supported a coup the reality is that unless there's an a goal she hated solution unless the parties can come together it puts us back at square one tomorrow. Miguel tinker Salas. Thanks very much. Thank you very much as the polar vortex. Gripped New York last week a federal detention center in Brooklyn, suffered a power outage that met more than a thousand inmates were confined to their cells with little light or heat during the bitter, cold NPR's, Shannon van Sant reports the lights are back on at the metropolitan detention center after more than a week with little heat and hot water over the weekend. Families have inmates gathered outside the jail to protest inhumane conditions. And some said.

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07:51 min | 3 years ago

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"And I'm Steve Inskeep. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro insists he's not going anywhere. He remains in place. Even though European nations have recognized and opposition leader as president and protesters flooded the streets over the weekend. Si se puede either saying, yes, it's possible or yes, we can but Madero supporters were marching to marking the twentieth anniversary of Venezuela's socialist government that governments rise to power is the backdrop for this moment it came to power with the nineteen ninety nine election of Medeiros populace predecessor, Hugo Chavez, a specialist on Latin America Miguel tinker solace at Pomona college followed Chavez's career for the first time you had a leader in Minnesota that looked like the mixed race population. That spoke like them acted like them, and he was able to utilize much of that to again, promote social programs and to be reelected on multiple occasions. So this populace guy, Hugo Chavez tries a coup fails, but ends up winning an election taking power huge media figure on television all the time dominating everybody's lives and says he's going to change everything. How did he change things in the last years of his life? The first was political reform. The constitution of nineteen ninety nine which is today being promoted by the opposition, which at that time they oppose then there was a coup in two thousand and two he came back, and then we had dramatic investment in social programs healthcare education housing, but that could only happen as long as oil prices were exceedingly high, and eventually as prices declined they would be a reckoning in that reckoning is at what point did it become apparent that amid all of this spending that the oil money was starting to run out as the prices effort twenty fourteen twenty fifteen begin to decline Chavez died, you begin to have shortages of basic food products. Long lines. You have the US sanctions mismanagement corruption, there are several factors. And I guess it was in this period that Chavez's party began losing elections that a successor Nicolas Maduro, his party tried to keep control of the legislature and totally lost. Right. Correct. It's the very first electoral victory the opposition scores in the national assembly. So they won the legislative elections. But then Maderas government completely disempowered the legislature, right, right? Mobuto increasingly relies on what he will call the national constituent assembly, which is clause in the constitution, which he activated to create a alternative body. So wait a minute Maduro is clearly losing power from two thousand fifteen onward. And instead of just fighting it out in elections. He ends up taking all the power away from the national assembly winning reelection with deeply disputed methods. How much popularity though does the president still seemed to have if any according to some polls even opposition polls anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent, even with the current crisis. And the opposition to Mobuto is not just from the right there are people protesting against that are protesting because he has not fulfilled the promises he made to the popular sectors the opposition. They're United in ousting muddle. It's not clear that the United on one comes next the opposition leader one guy dole has said he's president under this provision. That says that the legislative leader becomes interim president if there's a vacancy of the presidency. But isn't he limited to holding that office for thirty days until he can figure out an election. Yes. And this is where it becomes kind of problematic because the constitution says thirty days, I'm hearing already from opposition sources saying that maybe they need a year to cleanse the political process that would lead to more chaos, and that's the fear of playing to the military. What happens if you do find a faction in the military, and we do wind up with a open military conflict? The consequences would be disastrous for the country is the opposition movement discredited at all because it has such overt support from the United States for an important segment of Venezuelan society. It is the fact that you have Donald Trump who's actions in terms of Latin America vis-a-vis, the border immigrant families, the separation of children, and then you have John Bolton and statements about the company that baggage is part of what why though now Carey's even with that said does it seem to you that the opposition is legitimate on some level that they represent the broad majeur. Of society. I think the opposition is the legitimate force in Venezuela. I think that they not always have been democratic. We have to go back understand that in two thousand and two they supported the coup. The reality is that unless there's an associated solution unless the parties can come together it puts us back at square one tomorrow. Miguel tinker, Sal, thanks very much. Thank you very much as the polar vortex. Gripped New York last week a federal detention center in Brooklyn, suffered a power outage that meant more than a thousand inmates were confined to their cells with little light or heat during the bitter, cold NPR's, Shannon van Sant reports the lights are back on at the metropolitan detention center after more than a week with little heat and hot water over the weekend. Families have inmates gathered outside the jail to protest inhumane conditions. And some said they were driven back by police officers using pepper spray inmates. Also, pounded the windows and doors and protests asking for basic needs to be met the conditions. Are are really quite frightening. David patent is director of federal defenders of New York and visited with the inmates. Here's how he described the situation on Sunday. The facility is running just on emergency lighting in the common areas, but the cells themselves have no lighting, so when the sun goes down. It's basically pitch black inside the cells many of the inmates in the facility are awaiting trial for drug and immigration charges. Patents said inmates were short sleeved flimsy uniform similar hospital, scrubs and struggled to stay warm. The people he met inside the jail. He said, we're frantic. I talked to one man who was in tears because he has severe asthma. And he didn't have the inhaler he needed. I talked to another man who had nine different medications and his hands were going numb from dot taking medication at the right time. New York City council member Brad Lander represents Brooklyn. He also visited the facility over the weekend. Where temperatures and sells hovered below fifty. What was the most horrific? Most troubling was the attitude of the prison officials that we talked to Landers was trying to push authorities to get the power restored. We talked to the warden who was you know, disinterested in lackadaisical and to a facilities manager who really was openly. Contemptuous of of us. We're crews got the power backup Sunday evening a relief to inmates New York governor Andrew Cuomo has said the conditions were a violation of human dignity and has called for an investigation into why it took so long, Shannon. Vincent, NPR news. This is. NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning, seven twenty nine forty two degrees. Fair skies right now in New York City. 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"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro insists he's not going anywhere. He remains in place. Even though European nations have recognized an opposition leader is president and protesters flooded the streets over the weekend. Si se puede either saying, yes, it's possible or yes, we can but Madero supporters were marching to marking the twentieth anniversary of Venezuela's socialist government that governments rise to power is the backdrop for this moment it came to power with the nineteen ninety nine election of Medeiros populace predecessor, Hugo Chavez, a specialist on Latin America Miguel tinker solace. Pomona college followed Chavez's career for the first time you had a leader in Minnesota that looked like the mixed race population. That spoke like them acted like them, and he was able to utilize much of that to again, promote social programs and to be reelected on multiple occasions. So this populace guy, you'll go Chavis tries a coup fails, but ends up winning election taking power huge media figure on television. All the time dominating everybody's lives and says, he's going to change everything. How did he change things in the last years of his life? The first was political reforms. The constitution of nineteen ninety nine which is today being promoted by the opposition, which at that time they oppose then there was a coup in two thousand two he came back, and then we've got dramatic investment in social programs healthcare education housing, but that could only happen as long as oil prices were exceedingly high, and eventually as prices decline, they would be a reckoning in that reckoning has happened at what point did it become apparent that amid all of this spending that the oil money was starting to run out as the prices after two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen begin to decline Chavez died, you begin to have shortages of basic food products. Long lines. You have the US sanctions mismanagement corruption, there are several factors. And I guess it was in this period that Chavis party began losing elections that a successor Nicolas Maduro, his party tried to keep control of the legislature. And totally lost. Right. Correct. It's the very first electoral victory the opposition scores in the national assembly. So they won the legislative elections. But then Maderas government completely disempowered the legislature, right right mother, increasingly relies on what he will call the national constituent assembly, which is clause in the constitution, which he activated to create a alternative body. So wait a minute Madero is clearly losing power from two thousand fifteen onward. And instead of just fighting it out in elections. He ends up taking all the power away from the national assembly winning reelection with deeply disputed methods. How much popularity though does the president still seem to have if any according to some polls even opposition polls anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent, even with the current crisis. And the opposition to Mobuto is not just from the right there are people protesting against Bluto that are protesting because he has not fulfilled the promises he made to the popular sectors the opposition. They're United in ousting muddle. It's not clear that the United on one comes next the opposition leader one Guido has said he's president under this provision. That says that the. Legislative leader becomes interim president if there's a vacancy of the presidency, but isn't he limited to holding that office for thirty days until he can figure out an election. Yes. And this is where becomes kind of problematic because the constitution says thirty days, I'm hearing already from opposition sources saying that maybe they need a year to cleanse the political process that would lead to more chaos, and that's the fear of playing to the military. What happens if you do find a faction in the military, and we do wind up with a open military conflict? The consequences would be disastrous for the country is the opposition movement discredited at all because it has such overt support from the United States for important segment of Venezuelan society. It is the fact that you have Donald Trump who's actions in terms of Latin America vis-a-vis, the border immigrant families, the separation of children, and then you have John Bolton and statements about the company that baggage is part of what though now carries even with that said does it seem to you that the. Opposition is legitimate on some level that they represent the broad majority of society. I think the opposition as the legitimate force in Venezuela. I think that they not always have been democratic. We have to go back and understand that in two thousand and two they supported a coup the reality is that unless there's an ago she did solution unless the parties can come together. It puts us back at square one tomorrow. Miguel tinker Salas. Thanks very much. Thank you very much as the polar vortex. Gripped New York last week a federal detention center in Brooklyn, suffered a power outage that meant more than a thousand inmates were confined to their cells with little light or heat during the bitter, cold NPR, Shannon van Sant reports the lights are back on at the metropolitan detention center after more than a week with little heat and hot water. Over the weekend. Families have inmates gathered outside the jail to protest inhumane conditions. And.

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