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SAG Awards and Grammys conflict after date change: 'Extremely disappointed'
"Yeah, I don't know. The Grammys. We know that they're going to move the Grammys to Jane from generate 31st of March 14th you to Corona virus, which again is rampant out in California. There is another problem. Now there is already an award show scheduled that night. The SAG awards the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Looks that date back in July. So the SAG committee made a statement that said, We are extremely disappointed dear of the conflicting date. We announced the same date last July. We expect that the decade consideration from sister organizations throughout the industry will comply with us. Meaning they want the Grammys to move. So the Grammys way got East Coast versus West Coast. You know what the weird thing is? Never speak of such a big deal. It's just nobody watches the show. I don't even know well, first off, I don't even know what sag mean other than like, sag like, so I just don't know why they think these award shows are so critical to humanity. When we look, we see the numbers. The ratings for these award shows the next morning and the news stories always lowest ratings and 12 years, lowest ratings and 13 years. That's like What are you doing these award shows for and what we need. If you want anyone to watch, either one of these shows battle each other to death.
"sister organization" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"We can hear the rest. I'd expand to you right now. 'cause i was Refreshing myself while our kenny was talking. 'cause it's been a long time for me. I'm not gonna say how long but it's been it's been a while but This is how this is coming back to me now. Right go reading stuff but this is what it is is alpha angels slash sweethearts sigma doves right to go along with the stigmas accused have Essence slash pearls and the kappa have diamond slash sweethearts so book cappers and alpha's have. Sometimes you say sweetheart but sometimes they also say diamonds and angels. But basically i found the really good blog called black greek one on one and it's refreshing me right now is making me. Remember all the stuff right But this was very interesting is a lot of these. Organizations have official sister organization so the actual official sister organization of the cigna's are zavos right. Yes zeta they all wear blue. Yeah they all wear blue. That's the official brother and sister as. Yeah so what happens. Is you have the sigma. then you have the sigma groupies. Non non greeks are the Which are the sigma does. And then the raiders are the sister organisations. It's kind of like what are these groupie flunkies during you know around us when so this is like a hierarchy the actual real greek sister organisations asia's and then the hose slash flunkies of your brother organization. So a lot of times asia's will throw shade or fight with the sigma doves. And sometimes they'll even like discriminate against year as far as like. It's going to hurt you if you even. If you become zeta we'll always remember you as the whole hierarchy thing. Yeah not only that. I wanna kajol. Is one thing. Good to remember. None of these nuggets have any power. None of them. Not sigma pi phi. There's a difference between the divine nine and sigma pi. Phi sigma phi. Sigma pi. phi the boulet. But within that context they had the power of getting. Like as i say. It's a meaningless. You know joining them. That's all it is. It's not real boulet. You know what i'm saying. No no no no sigma pi. Phi is the real boola. Yeah that's the real boulet. This just people are fighting over you know are getting laid and and boost the yard. The yard sigma pi. Phi is bill. Cosby are moten. I mean you wanna martin. Is web.
In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden
"A month. I don't know how to live in Mexico. I never go there lion is canvassing is part of a larger effort by her union Sister organization, the Culinary Workers Union. It represents about 60,000 hospitality workers in Nevada, the majority of whom are Latino. Union began canvassing for Biden in August, Well before the Biden campaign itself started knocking on doors in Nevada. Right now, you know the Latino community has been suffering with this pandemic. Gioconda Arguello. Kline is the secretary treasurer of the Culinary Workers Union. She says President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic has hit Latinos, especially hard. In Nevada. Latinos make up about 30% of the population but account for more corona virus infections than any other group. We cannot afford another four year for President Trump, and we need to be sure by then become to be the precedent. But it wasn't Biden, who most Latinos in the State caucus for back in February. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate. An analysis by found that of majority Latino precincts, 70% backed Sanders. This is like two some concern among Democrats that Biden isn't motivating Latino voters. But Adrian Panto Ha doesn't see it That way. That enthusiasm gap is not there. We see a highly energized looking a population. Panto Ha is an analyst for Latino decisions, a public opinion firm focused on Latinos. He says that when it comes to getting Latinos to the polls, enthusiasm doesn't matter nearly as much as voter contact people vote because either have the resource is to go to politics or because politics comes to them. And when it comes to Latinos, which is a resource for community politics, coming to them is pivotal. Back on the streets of Reno. I speak with Javier or Maldonado, The young man Leone was canvassing. He tells me his vote is going to bite. When asked why he talks less about Biden and more about Trump, he'll say something, but he'll never really think about how he's gonna do it. And later on. He just does the opposite of what he actually said. He's going to do in general that just tells me that he doesn't know what he's doing. As for Leone herself, she won't be voting at all. Not because she doesn't want to, but because she can't Is a green card holder without US citizenship. Canvassing is as close as you'll get to the ballot box. This election cycle for NPR news. I'm Benjamin Pain
Coronavirus behind bars
"We reached out to the Washington Department of Corrections and were able to connect with Jeremy Barklay. He's the director of engagement outreach for the Washington Department of Corrections. He says there are about eighteen. Thousand inmates in the states. Twenty four facilities about a thousand identify is native American although testing is limited. The state counts twenty-six inmates total with cove in nineteen the state released about eight hundred fifty inmates who qualified as a way to help slow the spread of the virus. Barkley says his department worked with tribes for enrolled members. Who were released? The office of tribal relations within the Department of Corrections has Desert knees from each of the Twenty Nine federally recognized tribes within the State of Washington. And so we are office was in contact with those tribal delegates to let them know Which tribal members were Qualified under the rapid reentry or commutation furlough so that we could further smoothie reentry process between those native individuals and the home communities to which they returning It allowed us to ask what resources might be a need whether that is You know whether we could focus on on clothing or make sure that the tribe had available foodbank resources and any type of Services that those individuals needed on a case by case basis we were able to better communicate with those tribes And again hopefully guarantee a more smooth and successful reintegration back to the community. We've been very pleased with the reception we've received from the tribes and Very pleased with the way that We built systems before code so as to work on releases for our native peoples in that. Was Jeremy Barklay with the Washington Department of Corrections? The system also requires physical distancing mandatory face covering for all inmates and staff an additional cleaning and disinfecting. That's one view into all of this. What's yours go ahead and join us right now at one. Eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is the number and joining us today. Out of Seattle Washington is Gabe Glenda. He is the managing noyer for Glenda Brodmann and founder of hoyt he belongs to the Round Valley Indian tribes are pleasure to have him here. Thank you for joining us for another native America calling had Internet and gave. We just heard a little bit. What's going on there in Washington state but give us a further view into this What are you seeing? What are you witnessing especially with the Washington stance on releasing state prison inmates early? I work with Hoy which is a nonprofit off named after the she'd word that means See you again. We never say goodbye. We've been working for the last ten years on making sure. Indigenous relatives in iron houses are able to spiritually rehabilitate. We work closely with a sister organization native American Reentry Services that runs a program that prepares them particularly spiritual return to society so that we don't mind them in trouble again and we've been working hard as we could for the last several weeks With the State Department of Corrections and we very closely with Mr Barklay and Lynn. Dennis tribal liaison for the Department of Corrections. LemMe Tribal member and we should everything they've done but we've really been feeling sort of like we're on the outside looking in in sort of a helpless way We've tried to help furnish PT donations from a local tribe especially when one of its own tribal members contract to positive for the disease at Monroe Corrections Center We have a bunch of able sewers in all of our circles within the state's prison system and we tried to have them be available to so masks for example or use within the prisons and we were unable to do that. we've been hamstrung and our ability to facilitate sweat lodge ceremony drumming circle or other spiritual activities to ensure. That relatives are are coping with this catastrophe and the best way possible without compromising Their own mental ability in wellbeing. And so we've worked with the DNC tried to work with the DNC and we're not trying to criticize them because we know they're in an unprecedented situation and taking all precautions. We believe but it's been difficult for us to sit on the sidelines and not do it. We normally do over the last eight or ten weeks and watch watch this thing on unfold as too early release We are encouraged that. A number of prisoners in our state have been released We would encourage the state to do more in that respect there are certain populations of our included. That should not be behind bars for example. Our our juvenile without parole Prisoners meaning a are men and women who were sentenced for horrible mistakes they made when they were juveniles sentenced to life without parole for example. But that's been deemed accrue on usual and unconstitutional punishment and so there are certain populations like those populations which includes cinnabar native relatives. Who We know about who should be added to these lists of people either of age or Health affliction or other status. That should be considered for early release
"sister organization" Discussed on 600 WREC
"We are now seeing the fulfilment of what I talked about years ago that the anarchists the socialist, and the Islamists would work together to the stabilize the west, the anarchists Portland and the college riots the socialists the democratic socialists of America, the vowed socialist, and people who say they want to end the free market that are all running for president as Democrats, and I would include the Nazis in this Nazis, our national socialists. They're not on the right. They don't agree with the constitution. They don't agree with the free market. They're socialists and the Islamists, the Muslim Brotherhood care, which is a sister organization of the Muslim Brotherhood and HAMAs. It is the propaganda. Arm. That's what it was designed to be. Well there in congress now and they have some real supporters, or are they the ones really supporting these congresspeople, we get to that with a with an indepth look at Ilan Omar? She's the latest congresswoman from Minnesota. Who is she? We're gonna talk to the guy. One of the only guys who have done deep digging on her, and it's pretty remarkable at what you can find when you look. This is the Glenn Beck program. David Steinberg is the.
"sister organization" Discussed on PRI's The World
"His drip fear etched on her face as he's transferred to an ambulance. The BBC's Labo Decaux reporting from IBO island off the coast of Mozambique. You're tuned to the world. I'm Carol hills. And this is the world there's a lot of anxiety in the UK over Brexit. So many things are still to be determined about. Exactly how Britain will leave the European Union including the date, and it's not just British citizens who are apprehensive people from other EU countries who live in work in the UK are also worried about their future. And this is especially true for sex workers who feel like Brexit could be a sort of double jeopardy. One group. That's advocating for them is the English collective of prostitutes. Laura Watson is the group's spokeswoman we already checks quick Oganization based here in the UK, but we have a national on an international network, including a sister organization in San Francisco. We also come pain full tentatives to prostitution. So that nobody is forced into it. If they want to we campaign full decriminalization, they remove looks prostitution does side. That sex to has been what together facility, which we currently cannot do police are going around very regularly threatening. If you're working from premises threatening women with arrests for prostitution for just working together with a friend women having to move around notable funding from the police that full it's very hard to stop lis- basic safety such as Stacy's TB in that kind of thing. It said pre scabby time to be working. Is there a way to put simply what rights sex workers in Britain have whether British or non-british sex is have the rights to other people have for example, you don't have to let the police in. If they didn't have a Warren. You don't have to give the police a statement sex is put in a very it's legal to well the sex book, but it is illegal to what somebody out an it's illegal to loitering solicit. On the street. So to be working legally Yukon what from premises, but you have to be completely on your own which women don't want to work in that way. It's very scary way to work you'll you'll take the isolated now your group recently put out a brief very memorably called sex workers are getting screwed by Brexit. How we had a lot of women coming to us from Europe mostly from eastern Europe in fought to mostly Romanian women who are working in the UK consensually and independently on one to to to keep him with king, but what being harassed by the police constantly full arrest and deportation. So is your sense that police in the UK are using pro Brexit sentiment, and the feelings around those who support Brexit to crack..
Scotland wants to be the best place in the world for children to grow up
"The Scottish government wants Scotland to be the best place in the world for children to grow up or escape. It has has said that most children and young people get all the help and support they need from their parents whiter, family and community. But sometimes they might need a bit of extra support as part of Kratz. Yes. Part as part of this getting it right for every child strategy that's in capital letters. So it's it's an organism organization. You threw me off. Yes. It's an acronym. Greek the I'm not an acronym. It's an acronym. Right. Greek the government proposed getting all children and young people from birth to eighteen years access to a named person under the children and young people Scotland act of twenty fourteen the law has been stolen. Oh, what a named person is the person that they named. It's a specific person. It's an individual. Sponsor for the site. I see has been due to come into force across the country. Several times. It says that the name person is intended to be a single point of contact a child or parents want information or advice, or if they wanna talk about worries and seek support. They would also be a point for contact for other services. If they have any concerns about a child's wellbeing. So they're basically a guardian ad light them that has appointed at birth all the way through and if at any point this named person who could be a midwife health visitor head teacher deputy headteacher guidance teacher, depending on the age of the child. So by the sounds of it sounds like the kid will move through graduate, two different types of named people and likely these people will have several kids under their purview at any given time. This is bureaucracy. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Asian organizations such as a independent or grant aid and schools and the Scottish prison services for young people held in custody. We'll also have a legal requirement to make named person available to the children and young people in their care. The Scottish government says that children and families are likely to see little difference with the legislation merely formalizing the role that these professionals already have it's already happening. We've already stepped this far into your life. What does making it official now? I'm sure my kid won't have any problem with you know, the specific gardening ad-litem just pop it in and checking everything will be fine. Big brothers big sisters organization. Take a bowling. With everybody bullying, and then we're never going back to you.
"sister organization" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Enlightenment. This is the Glenn Beck program. We are now seeing the fulfilment of what I talked about years ago that the anarchists the socialist and the Islamists would work together to the stabilize the west the anarchists Portland. Antifa. The college riots, the socialists, the democratic socialists of America, the avowed socialist and people who say they want to end the free market that are all running for president as Democrats, and I would include the Nazis in this, Nazis, our national socialist. They're not on the right? They don't agree with the constitution. They don't agree with the free market. They're socialists and the Islamists. The Muslim Brotherhood. Care, which is a sister organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, and HAMAs is the propaganda arm. That's what it was designed to being well there in congress now, and they have some real supporters or are they the ones really supporting these congresspeople. We get to that. With a with an indepth look at Ilan, Omar. She's the latest congresswoman from Minnesota. Who is she we're gonna talk to the guy one of the only guys who have done deep digging on her. And it's pretty remarkable at what you can find. When you look. This is the Glenn Beck program. All.
"sister organization" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"We are now seeing the fulfillment of what I talked about years ago that the anarchists socialists, and the Islamists would work together to the stabilize the west, the anarchists, Portland and AFA the college riots, the socialists, the democratic socialists of America, the avowed socialist and people who say they want to end the free market that are all running for president as Democrats, and I would include the Nazis in this, Nazis, our national, socialists. They're not on the right? They don't agree with the constitution. They don't agree with the free market. They're socialists. And the Islamists the Muslim Brotherhood care, which is a sister organization of the Muslim Brotherhood and HAMAs. It is the propaganda arm. That's what it was designed to be. Well, they're in congress now, and they have some real supporters, or are they the ones really supporting these congresspeople, we get to that with a with an indepth look at Ilan, Omar. She's the latest congresswoman from Minnesota. Who is she we're gonna talk to the guy one of the only guys who have done deep digging on her. And it's pretty remarkable at what you can find. When you look. This is the Glenn Beck program. All.
"sister organization" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Protection against corrosion and their best protection against where, now Colorado's morning news judicial philosophy straight forward. A judge must be independent and must interpret the law not make the law And. A judge must interpret the constitution as written the. Nomination Abrek Cavanaugh to the supreme court enticing big. Money to support his nominating process one organization intending to spend nearly twelve million dollars to support those efforts and, the executive, director, of heritage, action the. Organization behind that money Tim Chapman joining us live this, morning good morning Tim Good, morning I'm glad that you're on. With this I'm curious if all your members are they all of a, conservative nature and if they are how many members in total of? Your group Sure what we have we we have a network across the country of activists that Tennessee is between, one and one point four million members. They're, they're. Down there they're activists who have kind. Of town signed up with us who work hard who are generally kind, of traditionally conservative but some some libertarian more Trump lean Chadha Corey But but they are yeah I would, characterize this as. Conservative as mardi said. Your group the heritage action is looking to spend the bulk of your eleven point five million dollar budget on this, confirmation of judge Cavanaugh how is that money, spent Well what we've done is we've built that network that I just talked about around the country of activists and so that takes a. Lot of money, to actually, go out and recruit people. We try to make sure that. When you come on and you partner with, us at the grassroots level that. You're willing to actually really work on behalf of things we all believe in so it takes you know, there's an on boarding process people go through a training seminar they come and then they come on board then we continue, to educate them so, there's, a lot of work that we do in Washington to make. Sure that that our sister organization the Heritage Foundation that does fantastic research and analysis that we get that researcher analysis into those. Activist hands across the country So a lot of that is? Done, that way then we can do things like town halls and political events in districts which is you, know some money to set that kind of stuff up and then we do digital. Advertisements of that target people online on Google Facebook things like that and then if we want to we can take the next step when we can put we can put advertisements on the. Air and put, into that, through television radio etc Tim. That seems like a lot of. Money to spend considering that that will your, your group or people don't have. A direct vote in the process so Masumi you take this action so these people will contact their senators, who sit on the judiciary committee and make the vote for the confirmation hearing for cabinet has that the intent of that Yeah I mean he. Is we we want our objectives A, couple and then we want to make sure that senators especially in some of these red states who up for reelection down critics. Senators will really hear what we're what their, constituents, want so, we, look, at, like, states. Like Montana, Montana West Virginia Virginia Indiana Pennsylvania Florida, Missouri I mean those are key battleground states right. Now and we want, those senators hearing from their constituents at the same time, we want Chuck Grassley hearing, from people across the country and we want Dianne Feinstein the ranking member. On the judiciary committee hearing from people across the country so they. Understand that, this is a major priority for for folks, so yeah we don't have a direct boat in this but it's a such an this will be such an impactful judge on the supreme court because. It really shifts the balance of power on the court the court for forty years has been a. Court that tended to kind of legislate from the bench we want the court to have them more humble approach and. A. More traditional, approach to the, way that they've you Their role. In the American Republic and what that means is a court that actually..
"sister organization" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Is trying something new for twenty eighteen getting GOP lawmakers elected Moore from Wall Street Journal. Congressional reporter Christina Peterson Christina for those who don't know why don't you. Start by explaining what the heritage action for America group is and what they do so they were formed into doesn't ten and it is a sister organization. Today shirt determination buffet conduct its political operations so until now that has mostly. Meant lobbying lawmakers trying, to, get, more conservative policies, past and what that's often, translated, into, has been big fights on Capitol Hill they. Have. Often opposed what GOP leaders are promoting in the house and the Senate when they're doing less legislation. To keep the government funded avoid a shutdown you know things that sort of keep. The trains running on time heritage has Often objected to. Ferry's policies that, they see is not conservative enough so he. Often sort of acted to various factions of GOP lawmakers against each other and sometimes it's gotten. Their leaders are GOP leaders so up that they've just lashed out against them and famously former house speaker, John bainer, just sort of unleashed on them twice a few years ago just out of anger of all sorts of sites they had been instigating and now. You say they're switching their focus to, the two thousand eighteen midterms and trying, to, get GOP, lawmakers elected why that. Change now well the biggest reason is that Republicans control the house the Senate and the. White House so heritage was was very effective at sort of stopping legislation..
"sister organization" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Foundation has spent years getting Republicans riled up and policy fights now the group is, trying something, new for twenty eighteen getting GOP lawmakers elected Moore from Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Christina Peterson Christina for those who don't know why don't you. Start by explaining what the heritage action, for America group is and what they, do so they were formed into doesn't. Ten and it is a sister organization today Heritage Foundation buffet conduct its political operations so. Until now that has mostly meant lobbying lawmakers trying to get more conservative. Policies past and what that's often translated into has been big rights on Capitol Hill, they have often opposed what GOP leaders are promoting in the house. And the, Senate what they're doing with legislation to keep the government. Funded shut down you. Know things that sort of keep the trains running on time Heritage has often objected to. Very policies that, they see is not conservative enough so Boston. Sort of, acted to pick various factions of GOP lawmakers against each other and sometimes it's gotten. Their, leaders are GOP leaders so route up that they've just lashed out against them and famously former house, speaker John, bainer just sort of unleashed on them twice a few years ago just out of injure of all sort of sites they had been instigating and. Now you say they're switching their focus, to the two thousand eighteen midterms and, trying to get GOP lawmakers elected why. That changed now well the biggest reason is that Republicans control the house to Senate in. The White House so heritage was was very effective at sort of stopping..
"sister organization" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Hopefully here in the next week we'll have a secretary that is on board with the mission act and taking care of our veterans in a way that has never been done before he is a military officer himself and he comes from a long line of of military and i think he knows what it's like and i think he's gonna definitely be a great asset if confirmed i quite agree with you got another minute or two i'd like you to talk about concerned veterans for america because obviously i'm pretty excited about them in like supporting them and i think that what cva provides is the average citizen wants to be involved with doesn't know how and cva is a tool that the average citizen can use to get involved in government so talk to us about how some people can get involved and cva find out what they do find out how to plug in what that means you know one of the best ways to find out what we do is to go onto our website is concerned veterans firm erica can just google it we'll come right up we have various offices across the country our sister organization americans for prosperity is in thirty three states where in thirteen of those and we work well with them and they are a great asset to work with and and help continue our message we are constantly looking for volunteers to knock on doors and talk to people to make calls to elected officials in every state we're very easy to find you can even google my name and i'll come up and you can find us that way there's just so many different ways you can can reach us and we're always looking for volunteers or always looking for people who are passionate at a grassroots level he get involved and ensure that our government is stays free and prosperous you know were very much about open and free society and we continue our like like we talked about we continue in concerned veterans for america our oath to serve our country and we do that on a daily basis and are always looking for our brothers and sisters to step up with us and and take that fight to the congress shannon.
"sister organization" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Very valuable programs that some companies you know they have their heads down they may not know that they're available to them we kind of worked with commerce and deal t to make sure that they're they're aware of all those also ffiliated there's a sister organization we make our i what did they do over there we make our is a five once he's six five one c three organization that is our sister organization they focus primarily in almost exclusively on workforce development so they do apprenticeship programs they do a lot of the stuff with real jobs rhode island they are even more closely aligned with department of labor and training and so they are doing a lot of that real work on the ground building up our workforce to make sure when companies do grow that they have the workforce to fill those those jobs that are created and dave you're new to the executive director job at your hardly new to manufacturing in rhode island right recently sold your company they're usually sold it owned the silty for thirty one years was swiss line precision direct our state for more year as a consultant my son took over as the president of new corporation and i was unemployed probably for about three weeks and rama had a we call the strategic planning session and we narrow down a replacement for previous executive director on a five and discussion kept going and they finally said well you're doing nothing why don't you take so we had a meeting of the minds and manufacturers in my blood it has been all my life and i enjoy it and i have a lot of experience that i bring to these companies they talked to me and they know way bring a lot of credibility because i've been in the weeds with them i know what is it trying to make a payroll i what is to deal with the bureaucracy the regulations expansion so i've been able to give them a lot of advice relative to that and that's the value that we try to bring to amend and now we're gonna talk obviously much about reema does but i tell us what what did he do it swiss line we'll go what was your business was a aerospace medical company we actually made various component parts wealthier country in world we played about sixty five people just a couple.
"sister organization" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Uh gainesville has a large pretty large program where we bring people in is far as the tip more typical uh flights for us where we're that's unusual cancers people from all over the country wanna be able to come into tampa go to uh moffitt uh cancer center um you know when you hit staged three or stage for cancer in some you know unusual cancer and that hospital has given up and can't figure out what else to do they often will refer people to mafa cancer center into a tampa actually is one of our top destinations to be able to bring people to to get that treatment actually coordinate with other organisations who from across the united states that do the kind of work you do correct will part of the national air charity network which is the largest volunteer organization dedicated to doing medical flights and uh the air charity network is made up of a number of sister organization the angel flights that uh that we run on the same software we have the same pilot standards and we have a mission coordinators or as we call them care traffic controllers that talk to each other to be able to do longer distance missions so if we uh need to we can call up let's say uh angel flights out central that's based in houston and and get somebody out there to empty anderson and so willful we'll send a pilot out from maybe orlando area and they'll send somebody from houston we'll meet halfway and be able to get the uh that that that patient the the care that they need even though it's a pretty long distance that's pretty amazing down and those minutes that you shave off and making that kind of thing happened must be so vital to that patient it's making them feel more comfortable um you know and and in some cases they're not even allowed on a commercial flight they might be immune deficiency and so the doctor said you're not you know you're.
"sister organization" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And uh the air charity network is made up of a number of sister organization angel flights that uh that we run on the same software we have the same pilot standards and we have a mission coordinators or as we call them care traffic controllers that talk to each other to be able to do longer distance missions so if we uh need to we can call up let's say uh angel flights out central that's based in houston and and get somebody out there to empty anderson and so will foot will send a pilot out from maybe orlando area and they'll send somebody from houston we'll meet halfway and and be able to get the uh that that that patient uh the care that they need even though it's a pretty long distance that's pretty amazing down and those minutes that you shave off and making that kind of thing happened must be so vital to that patient it making them feel more comfortable um you know and and in some cases they're not even allowed on a commercial flight they might be immune deficiency and so the doctors said you're not you know you're not able to go on their so private airplane is the only way they'd be able to do it but in many cases you know it it would just be an incredible burden to have to travel these hundreds of miles and you know with the diseases that they have this is in an acute thing where we're just bring 'em from a short distance to be able to get treatment from a car accident this is something that they've got and they've got to go twenty thirty even fifty times to be able to get the the treatment that they need so without angel flight they just not what wouldn't be able to do it.
"sister organization" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For the remains of amelia earhart we're talking about forensic search dogs for more on the canine teams digging for lost remains we're joined now by lin angle buried she said doghandler with the institute for canine forensics lend thanks for joining us thank you for having me so tell us a little bit about the institute for canine forensics what excited you about the idea of working with dogs specifically who are trained to locate human remains i think to begin with it was the challenge i had already been doing human remains detection work as a volunteer with law enforcement agencies and the truth of santa clara county sheriff's office uh with the sister organization but learning doubt our dogs can be trained to find remains that are seriously thousands of years old uh absolutely fascinated me it was a challenge and it was a uh an opportunity to do some good why i mean these dogs have search for human remains in the santa rosa wildfires tell us a little bit about the training for the dogs and why is this sort of work so incredibly important well we do uh we train our dogs on on real human uh bones and teeth uh bone we get through anatomical supply houses uh the same people that supply you know um skeletal remains for you know the articulate in skeletons to universities and schools to study well and um as doghandlers we don't care what they look like uh we just care that it smells human so we train on bone that we get through there and we also train on old teeth that we get from uh oral surgeons and lay sept mountains on let them dry out so the dogs have real fouts to train on and we start by imprinting them on this sounds and we use their prey and their play instinct so when they find to sound they either get a treat or a tug as a reward and.
"sister organization" Discussed on KELO
"There you go washington you're in washington can you see the streets around the white house out by the memorial's filled with all of this these tanks one of my other jobs here at the radio american network is our sister organization the american veteran centre one of the events that the american veteran centre produces each year is a parade on constitution avenue on memorial day it is the memorial day veterans parade and different and and veterans love to be a part of it i i i would support any parade that that supports the veterans but this is hardware center love hermes government yawns third one world lockheed and boeing and all those or the sponsors of our parade so uh and that's fine but a governmentsponsored one does feel a little you've got a little to no rhythm very communist and small i think of that image so while i was loves the ire janja newsham in lockstep i love the idea of a parade for the military i love the idea supporting our troops uh but i think it should be the people of the country listen here's an eye on the other the troops by actually supporting the troops especially the ones who have been in the service in gotten out have always supported mental health instead of all is bunkum the using these people as backdrops for your political aspirations one of the things that so he took a shot at me this week because i said i thought that the the whole business of the the budget being passed in in trump at the at the state of the.
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"The ig report is out there it's not really and disputes i you know anyone who's was in good faith and wants to look into this they will see that there was this major preach and then you can see that this our response now people on the hill have insane nephews this family if i t h uh they suspect them of um basically engaging in a kickback scheme with a handful of numbers where they were you know putting does show employees on the payroll in splitting the money and some of them you didn't think they were plaque nailing members with their own data i think that becomes very very credible i really do based on their response took this because there is no reason they should be okay with this kind of cyber security breach and to go to such lengths to avoid addressing it the other thing is sd prized rusher narrative i think if you look at the facts of this this was the house democratic caucus which is a dnc sister organization being hacked in the same month isn't the end seat and they caught the guy who did it and he wasn't russian with pakistan and i think they're worried that you're gonna they're going to find out that you really did hack the deal cheap or at least that it's going to muddle the narrative the they care about the narrative they don't care about actually being hacked thumb i'm narrative now when we first found out that this was questionable imron awad and his family that they had been double billing and that they had people not qualified to work at night t the other people besides debbie wasserman schultz they were willing to let those people go debbie wasserman schultz though those a police report indicating you know number what what we saw video of are fighting to keep get back on laptop that the police had the metro police and then of course we have this aid imron awan planting the computer in this phone booth for investigators to fine the what's the latest there so this guy day after i reported f the fbi had she smashed hard drive from this guy he got on literally next light to pakistan he tried to and the fbi arrested him at the airport and uh the prime evidence of that case these now uh deputy wasserman schultz is laptop so she hired a lawyer to prevent uh the.
"sister organization" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"I just wanted to pass a little bit about the puerto rico crisis too and one thing that has been in my mind for since day one to about the political crisis like for a few months before this year i can i was reaching out to some shelters in some places back home because i wanted to do something different and i wanted to on my next rate which i had already planned to on december just spent some time in some of the shelters domestic violence shelters in puerto rico and try to kind of come up with some ally ince's from here you know and become kind of like a sister organization and what i very soon find doughty's hung many shelters were closed because of the financial crisis of puerto rico in where at we manhattan literally go to very heating places to meet into find help and after these other media heat it's just been on my mind like we have these people go where if if that shelters were close closely and then now we have shelters that are completely gone from the huricane what happened to those women what happened to those children how do i make that connection how do we find some sort of support for women who have been completely displaced now because they don't even have a home to go to right and i know i was doing some research about shelters on the island and saw that there were actually know shelters any longer in san one there's the only shelter was on one so the what i was recently political say billy okay because what i was reason he was saying there was none in san juan but there were some outside of this tiny the outset up yes so um so you know people always like to find exceptions especially when it comes to perpetrators who are family members so i can only what am i right he loves you but that's so unnerved know so i can only imagine in this disaster that there are a lot of people that are trying to say well you know we have to come together as family you know um let's put by guards bhagat let's forgive lets you know and come together as if a storm is gonna make somebody not an abuser i wanted is no tait's that um it says that domestic violence increased by forty five percent in the.
"sister organization" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Their concern after discovering that the lawyer that has been appointed by the court to represent their eleven monthold son is the chairperson of compassion in dying the sister organization to dignity and dying which is campaigning for a change in the lawmakers this to dying legal in the uk dignity and dying is used to be called voluntary euthanasia society so the court didn't think it was a problem to a point as charlie guards attorney someone who is in charge of the euthanasia program in england plump i don't why would they have a problem with that a source close to the parents said the family finds it astonishing that the court appointed the barrister to act in the interests of charlie guard as the chairman of compassion in dying the sixty buster body of dignity and dying it looks like a profound conflict of interest in our war here's what's amazing is they didn't know this before today the american neuro surgeon who claims to a pioneered in experimental treatment who says he can help charlie will examine him he flew in from new york over the weekend examines him today compassion and dying says it was wrong to suggest there's any conflict of interest between the the role of the attorney in representing charlie's guardian in court and her view that adults with full mental capacity should be allowed to plan their own death the charity said clear differences between this.