35 Burst results for "Sixteen Year"

Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

Catch my Killer

01:55 min | 19 hrs ago

Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.

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Pastor Johnny Hunt on the New Film 'Nothing but the Truth'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:10 min | 4 d ago

Pastor Johnny Hunt on the New Film 'Nothing but the Truth'

"Exciting a new film. It's called nothing but the truth. And i have my guest pastor. Johnny hunt pastor. Johnny hunt welcomed the program. Thank you delight. Be with you. Tell me what is this film. Nothing but the truth. It's sort of a documentary. On the life of adrian rogers and many speaking into lots of the noble truth that he spoke in his years before the lord called him home sixteen years ago and reminding us that america not just now but is always been just one generation away from paganism take one generation that no longer stands for the moral absolute truth of god's word and we find america and america's churches in a serious dilemma. He predicted it so many years ago that it would be the greatest challenge and today a more people are speaking of my truth as opposed to his truth. And it's a difficult place when it comes to how many americans still believe in absolute truth.

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Author Sabrina Strings on the Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

Food Heaven Podcast

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Author Sabrina Strings on the Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

"To the podcast. Sabrina thank you on so excited to have you so tell us about how you started to explore issues of body image and wait specifically for women of color while this is actually almost like a family legacy for me. My grandmother was born in rural georgia during the late nineteen thirties and so she was growing up the jim crow era and lived in a racially segregated community as part of the great migration in nineteen sixty. She traveled west and at that time for the first time in her life she lived and worked around white women and she was amazed by the number of white women diets. Seems like what is this. You know sort of like a typical black grandmother fashioned. By the time. I came of age in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s. When i was in high school she was still troubling over. This question like what is going on here. She would even ask me like why women dying to be thin. And i was like sixteen years old but it wasn't until about ten years later when i was working in a predominantly black community in san francisco baby hunters points. I met women of color who were hiv positive. And we're attaining an hiv medication adherence clinic where i was a researcher who refuse to take their medications for fear of gaining weight. And i thought oh. Wow you know this. What was clearly a phenomenon that was mostly about middle class white women in the nineteen sixties arguably even through the ninety s. Clearly by the early dots was something. That was impacting women of color as well so i wanted to be able to dig further into this question of why is it so important for women of all racial ethnic backgrounds at this point to feel like they need to discipline themselves and maintain a particular. Wait

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Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

TIME's Top Stories

02:05 min | Last week

Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.

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Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:09 min | Last week

Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson

"Became an anchoring force. And catherine or katie's life. Though she was never taught to read or write she became well versed in the bible as a young teenager. Katie began attending a local presbyterian church. It was a largely scottish denomination and katie soon. Made an impression on isabella. graham isabella was a scottish. Born philanthropist and the founder of a school for girls when katie was around sixteen years. Old isabella graham bought her freedom for two hundred dollars. Katie was initially given six years to work off the debt but isabella later agreed to eleven months of work for one hundred dollars. Isabella's son-in-law raised the other half of the money by the age of eighteen. Katie was free. She soon married and had two children. The both died in infancy to support herself. Katie began making cakes but she soon became increasingly concerned about the children she saw on the street. The devastation from the revolutionary war along with the huge influx of immigrants created dire levels of poverty throughout new york. That was especially true in lower manhattan. Where katie had spent much of her life in seventeen ninety. Three katie began gathering children from the streets on sundays for religious instruction. They met at her home at fifty one warren street. The reverend from her church soon heard of her classes. He offered her space in a spare room of his new congregation on murray street. That's actually the street i live on. Now it's believed that katie's was the first sunday school in new york city over the course of her katie took in forty eight children. Some she rescued from the city's poor houses others from their families. She would raise them herself or help. Get them placed in better situations. Katie never had much money herself having spent it all on her children but she had an endless supply of prayers and defeat

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The Ride of Sybil Ludington

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:01 min | Last week

The Ride of Sybil Ludington

"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.

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How to Cultivate a Strategic Mindset to Accomplish Anything

The $100 MBA Show

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Cultivate a Strategic Mindset to Accomplish Anything

"Today's guest teacher. Hanukkah antonelli was born in south africa and has become an accomplished author and award winning life coach with her sixteen years of experience. She's been helping people up level their lives so much so she launched a new book called the up level project. But guess what she's here today to teach you how to change your mindset. How to think more strategically so that you can cut through the fluff in the fog in your head and actually accomplish the things you set out to do. I'm gonna pass that onto hanukkah. But i'll be back to wrap up today's episode. Give my takeaways but for now. Take away hanukkah. Hi there everyone. I am hanukkah and thank you so much for joining me today. I am going to be teaching you how to cultivate a strategic mindset to achieve success and accomplish anything. You want and. I'm going to be doing that today by teaching you. An easy and scientifically backed formula. That will help you to step into a more strategic mindset. So let's get down to business so first off. You may be going to yourself okay. So why is it so important for me to step into a strategic mindset. Well this science now proves according to articles that were published on science daily dot com and proceedings of the national academy of sciences that the reason why successful people are so exit successful is because they are more strategic these sources also go on to mention that it's possible for anyone to shift into a strategic mindset and i know this to be true through my work in my business. Coaching practice where i work with multiple six to seven figure entrepreneurs to help them to step into that strategic mindset. And so now you're gonna go okay. So how do you do that. Hanukkah and the way i do that is by helping entrepreneurs to understand how their mind works

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Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate

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Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist

Gadget Lab Podcast

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist

"A more immediate crisis unfolding in louisiana and parts of mississippi lily before we talk about bringing power back to new orleans. Tell us what happened. So in the situation with hurricane ida what i've heard repeatedly is just that the winds were really strong instantly. You know hurricane katrina comes to everyone's minds and in this case the levees flood gates pumps the all the systems that you know. The federal government and louisiana have spent billions on over the past sixteen years Those were very successful at keeping the water out of new orleans and in the city itself. There wasn't that sort of mass flooding issue but the winds in hurricane ida were noticeably. Very strong and they caused a lot of electrical infrastructure issues This massive tower that holds crucial transmission lines that survived katrina. Actually and sort of memorably was still standing after hurricane katrina. That tower collapsed during ida Sending equipment into the mississippi river in fact all eight of the major transmission lines into the city of new orleans. are down because of various issues that crews are still trying to figure out right. You know right now. And all of that is sort of combining to produce this mass blackout

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Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist

Gadget Lab Podcast

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist

"Today. We're talking about the power outage in new orleans earlier this week. Hurricane ida swept through parts of the southern us leaving widespread destruction in its path also knocked out power across louisiana leaving over a million customers in the dark and the city of new orleans was especially hard hit now. Officials are saying it could take weeks for the power to be turned back on so today. We're talking all about power in the second half of the show. We're gonna talk about another dire potential problem. We'll talk about threats to our communications infrastructure from solar storms but first there's a more immediate crisis unfolding in louisiana and parts of mississippi lily before we talk about bringing power back to new orleans. Tell us what happened. So in the situation with hurricane ida what i've heard repeatedly is just that the winds were really strong instantly. You know hurricane katrina comes to everyone's minds and in this case the levees flood gates pumps the all the systems that you know. The federal government and louisiana have spent billions on over the past sixteen years Those were very successful at keeping the water out of new orleans and in the city itself. There wasn't that sort of mass flooding issue but the winds in hurricane ida were noticeably. Very strong and they caused a lot of electrical infrastructure issues This massive tower that holds crucial transmission lines that survived katrina. Actually and sort of memorably was still standing after hurricane katrina. That tower collapsed during ida Sending equipment into the mississippi river in fact all eight of the major transmission lines into the city of new orleans. are down because of various issues that crews are still trying to figure out right. You know right now. And all of that is sort of combining to produce this mass blackout situation.

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Power Grids Feel the Pressure of Intense Storms

Environment: NPR

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Power Grids Feel the Pressure of Intense Storms

"Hurricane ida crumpled a major transmission tower. That survived katrina sixteen years ago building infrastructure. That strong enough is hard when the target keeps moving because storms are getting stronger energy consultant alison silverstein says utilities and their regulators can take planning cues from murphy's law. We need to assume that everything possible that could go wrong is going to go wrong. Simultaneously and murphy is always gonna win. President biden's climate plan includes a much bigger role for electricity electric cars. For example cutting carbon footprint says easier with electricity from emission free sources like wind solar and nuclear. But even those have to stand up to extreme weather putting wires underground may seem obvious but engineering professor destiny. Knock at carnegie mellon university says that won't always work in hurricane country where you might have under grounded. The lines to protect them from wind putting them underground makes them more susceptible to flooding knock. Says it's never just one thing that's going to keep the lights. On energy experts. We interviewed agree on a few basic ideas though. They say the grid should be more decentralized so the whole thing doesn't shut down at once. More generation out in communities such as solar power would accomplish that but new orleans utility energy has resisted calls for just that to the frustration of local activists at mit engineering professors. Or up. a mean says not all the fixes are technical. He says power companies also need to become more agile and do more when responding to storms the fact that some utilities are not able to sort of respond immediately is also another kind of failure which is perhaps as drastic as the infrastructure. Failures is assuming outages will happen. Amin says utilities should focus more on dispatching generators even before a storm to make sure important facilities and vulnerable populations get electricity restored as soon as possible. All this cost money that usually ends up in utility bills. Congress is working on major funding through infrastructure bills. That could address some of these issues. There also focused on president. Biden's climate goals including zeroing out greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five.

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Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid

TIME's Top Stories

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid

"More than a million people across louisiana and mississippi including much of new orleans remained without power on tuesday morning after hurricane ida tour across the coastal states on sunday into monday by monday afternoon. It was clear that new orleans levees would hold sparing the city. The worst of the devastating flooding experienced when hurricane katrina hit exactly sixteen years ago but the damage from the category four hurricane ida one of the most powerful storms to ever hit. The region has been extensive. At least four people have died and ten people have been injured by the storm on monday. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards said the death toll could grow considerably emergency response teams have fanned out across coastal communities suffering from the dangerous storm surge and subsequent flooding rescuing hundreds of people thousands more remained in shelters and in addition to the widespread power outages. More than three hundred thousand. People were without water as of monday. Official said officials say the damage to louisiana's power grid is so extensive that it could be weeks before. Electricity is fully restored portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi. Now face a heat advisory until five. Pm central time on wednesday and the national weather service warns heat index values could reach up to one hundred five degrees.

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Millions Swelter Without Power in Louisiana Heat in Ida's Aftermath

Here & Now

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Millions Swelter Without Power in Louisiana Heat in Ida's Aftermath

"Than a million homes and businesses in louisiana are still without power today and it may be weeks before all the lights and the air conditioners turned back on. Hurricane ida has slowed to a tropical storm and moved north but it has left behind a tremendous mess flooded roads toppled power lines. Cars and houses swept away. At least four people are dead. Senator bill cassidy. A republican from louisiana joins us now from baton rouge senator. Thank you very much for making time for us today. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it look. I know you're no stranger to hurricanes in louisiana but when you recently flew over the southern part of your state in a us coastguard plane. Did you see anything that surprised. You were just just the grandma for example which is often had hard had obviously been completely washed oliver and one of my one of my colleagues said that he thought this was the worst. He's ever seen granddaughter Now maybe we should be surprised. It is an incredibly incredibly powerful hurricane and so we're not surprised On the other hand just to see the flooding. The devastation was heartbreaking in thankfully the levies. That protect new orleans held this time. Unlike what happened. Sixteen years ago during katrina. But senator as you well know. The power is out for a million people and businesses across the state and could be for weeks. It is very hot d. Do you feel like this could be a situation. Where many people survive the initial storm. But perhaps not the disaster that follows. Why don't think they'll die as long as they commonsense precautions but to your point the aftermath. We have to take care of just as much as we did preparing for the storm itself.

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Hurricane Ida Batters Louisiana

WSJ What's News

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida Batters Louisiana

"Strong winds gust across southeastern louisiana after ida made landfall sunday exactly sixteen years. After hurricane katrina did ida has now been downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm as it continues. Inland much of new orleans has been left without power amid the wind and rain. At least one person is reported. Dead in louisiana's ascension

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Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

the NewsWorthy

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

"One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the. Us made landfall over the weekend. Hurricane ida directly hit port fouchane louisiana with one hundred and fifty mile an hour winds flooding rain in life threatening storm surges. That were more than seven feet above normal. The storm ripped the roofs off homes businesses and at least one hospital it snapped trees and power lines flooded streets and left more than a million electricity customers in the dark. In fact the entire city of new orleans lost power the winds were so strong they reverse the flow of the mississippi river near new orleans something the us geological survey calls extremely uncommon only four stronger storms in history of ever hit the mainland. Us and as of early this morning hurricane ida has weakened a little but it is still packing hurricane strength as it moves inland tornado. Watches have also been issued for parts of louisiana mississippi alabama and florida. For a lot of people this is all too familiar ida hit on the exact same date as historically devastating hurricane katrina sixteen years ago. I came ashore about forty five miles west of where katrina first struck land but the area was more prepared. This time since katrina hit newer stronger more sophisticated levees were built to hold back storms. Like this and it seems they've been able to hold up this time much better than the ones that failed following katrina more than eighteen. Hundred people died after katrina. This time. it's too early to know what the human toll may be. Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated ahead of hurricane ida but not everyone got out so there are twenty one search and rescue teams from about fifteen different states ready to find survivors as soon as the storm calms down the federal emergency management agency or fema also sending more than two thousand emergency workers hundreds of extra ambulances and millions of meals and leaders of water. We should also get a better idea of the overall damage. Once the sun comes up

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Hurricane Ida Hits Louisiana With Extreme Winds, Storm Surge

NBC Nightly News

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida Hits Louisiana With Extreme Winds, Storm Surge

"The gulf region is once again being put to the test ida hit as a devastating cat. For just hours ago i making landfall with winds of one hundred fifty miles an hour. It's rare double. I wall the hallmark of an especially intense hurricane and as we head into the night officials fear the worst saying the impacts will be catastrophic thousands of national guard troops have been called up to help with rescues. Fourteen million people are now in ida's path. Rising waters already swallowing areas of the gulf coast. This video showing ida storm surge pushing in. It's all coming on the grim anniversary of hurricane katrina sixteen years ago our nbc teams are covering every angle of this story across louisiana and mississippi including the life or death decisions of the residents. Still here when ida hit tonight. Hurricane ida slamming into louisiana as powerful cat four storm sending fierce winds up to one hundred fifty miles per hour and sergio waters the life-threatening threatening system carving a path of destruction over several hours this massive tree falling on a house in harvey louisiana the fire department in grand isle. Right on the gulf coast. Taking on water and further north in delacroix. A time lapse of security cam showing another firehouse. Also taking on water in just one hour. Plus this video a ferryboat breaking loose and in the french quarter more damage tonight. Fierce tornadoes could shoot from the eye of the storm. There is no doubt that the coming days and weeks are going to be extremely difficult for our state. Nearly five thousand national guardsmen assisting in the field paramedics suspending service due to dangerous winds. This is going to be a devastating devastating hurricane. A life threatening storm

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Louisiana Braces for 'Life-Altering' Hurricane Ida

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Louisiana Braces for 'Life-Altering' Hurricane Ida

"This is it for residents in the path of ida expected to make landfall Sunday as a potential category four hurricane mandatory and voluntary evacuations are in effect for residents of New Orleans as well as coastal Louisiana and Mississippi Jamie Rhome acting director of the national hurricane center says folks need to take this seriously you really really really have to get going because today is that in terms of protecting life property he says category four hurricanes bring winds in excess of a hundred and thirty miles per hour heavy rain and flooding right American risk reduction system or the federal levee system could be looking at life threatening storm surge in excess of ten feet I'd as expected to make landfall on the exact date Katrina devastated the Gulf coast sixteen years ago but that was a cat three hurricane I'm Julie Walker

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Ida Aims to Hit New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina Anniversary

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ida Aims to Hit New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina Anniversary

"Hurricane ida could hit New Orleans on the anniversary of hurricane Katrina if the forecast holds up hurricane ida is going to make landfall in August twenty nine there which is the sixteen year anniversary of hurricane Katrina Brian McNoldy it was a hurricane researcher at the university of Miami the chance for quite a lot of identification where we could be looking at a category three or four hurricane New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell ordered the evacuation of everyone living outside the levee system however she also pointed out what's improved since Katrina which was a cat three storm science's change based on our ability to get more accurate information from the National Weather Service so we had in our communications have been improved as well over time hi Charlie Adler

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"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Identified as sixteen year old the Daniel bearer how doesn't fit the bill as someone you would associate with this type of event a sixteen year old girl and a fourteen year old boy died of their injuries it happened on the shooter sixteenth birthday no motive yet known the vote was unanimous the land the school committee votes to make condoms birth control and emergency contraceptives available at schools last night's meeting was packed with parents some concern that providing birth control would give teens permission to have sex Lynn has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the state more than triple the average in Massachusetts president trump getting personal about being the target of an impeachment inquiry at a rally in Louisiana last night that has been very hard on my family whoever heard impeachment to me is a dirty word it's been very unfair very heart of my family and more testimony in the impeachment case today ABC's Erin could tear ski reports the first part of the day is open former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie of out of it she testifies about what she is called the concerted effort by Rudy Giuliani to remove her later investigators will hear behind closed doors from David Holmes he was the aid that ambassador bill Taylor said over heard president trump asking about the status of investigations he wanted Ukraine to pursue a ten billion dollar Pentagon contracts for cloud computing goes to Microsoft and Amazon is not happy about it Amazon is pro testing siding unmistakable bias in the process Amazon was long thought to be the front runner in the competition for the huge military contract president trump waded into the fray in July saying heater complaints about the process and that the administration would take a very long look Amazon has filed a protest in federal court a facial recognition protest in DC yesterday ABC's trucks Iverson has the story Amazon's commercially.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on KCRW

"Suspected sixteen year old gunman who shot himself in the head well the way the says the school secured shortly after the incident that took place at about seven thirty AM local time the school was locked down the we did partially back you Asian we also sheltered in place a portion of the school and two in this tablet who was who was responsible for this tragic shooting the gunman's forty five caliber handgun was found at the scene with no bullets remaining a sixteen year old girl and a fourteen year old boy were killed when local law enforcement officials as it was the suspect did gunman's birthday he said to be in grave condition for the fifth month in a row the number of immigrants illegally crossing the southwest border has fallen that's according to new numbers released today NPR John Burnett explains the border patrol says actions taken by Mexican and US authorities are having drum ecofacts apprehensions of unauthorized immigrants are down seventy percent over the past six months from a peak of a hundred and forty four thousand in may to just over forty five thousand last month and the demographics of shifted as well back in the spring two thirds of all crossers were families and children mostly from Central America today two thirds are single males mainly from Mexico a senior border patrol official gave two reasons for fewer immigrant crossings Mexico is aggressively deporting asylum seekers and the trump administration has stopped releasing them into the U. S. interior on their own recognizance asylum applicants are now sent to dangerous Mexican border cities to wait for their hearings in immigration court which critics say is cruel John Burnett NPR news China says it's re opening its market to US poultry after a five year ban the blockage of poultry followed an outbreak of avian influenza stocks closed fairly flat today the Dow was down one point the nasdaq closed down three points today you're listening to NPR and this is KCRW on a Thursday November fourteenth on Larry Perot here's what's happening at three or four if you've just been hearing at least two students have been shot and killed during a school shooting at Saugus high school in Santa Clarita for other students have been wounded television images showed people being treated by paramedics on the campus this morning including one person who is receiving CPR and others in stretchers tenth grader Brandon cells are told channel five started shortly after his mom drop him off at school around seven thirty I was getting out of the car walking towards the campus and there is a group of girls running and I was wondering why the running and they told me that someone had a gun on campus and I don't know if I believe that after is his only them and I looked back and there is like twenty kids hopping over the gate running officials say the shooter also student at Saugus high school opened fire in the school's Kwan after he shot five people he then shot himself as of earlier this afternoon he was listed in grave condition Saugus is part of the heart Union High School district and this is a developing story we'll get you more information as soon as we get it here at KC R. W. your member those two big earthquakes that struck southern California in July well it turns out those quakes center near ridgecrest rattled more faults than initially believed more this now from KCRW's Terrel saxman the fourth of July ridgecrest quake was in fact three different earthquakes on three different faults together they combine to form a six point four temblor that rumbled from the high desert to the coast according to scientists from cal tech and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory their new research published in the journal science has the seven point one shaker on July fifth was made up of four smaller events on different faults overall the biggest southern California earthquake in decades ruptured on more than two dozen faults most of them quite small the researchers say the ridgecrest steady shows how multiple faults can link together to create an even stronger quake and to spread seismic risk KCRW's Terrel saxman and comprehensive home insurance could soon be available for California.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Amazon touted its commitment to reducing the impact on humans on climate change in response to fox business we have dedicated sustainability terms teams we have the dedicated sustainability teams who have been working for years on initiatives to reduce our environmental impact. earlier this year we announced shipment zero Amazon's vision to make all Amazon shipments NetZero carbon with fifty percent of all shipments NetZero by twenty thirty an Amazon spokesperson said. now it was on strikes will will coincide with a sixteen year old activists greater. Burke that's how you pronounce your last name she's the young woman from Sweden I guess has been skipping school in somewhere sitting in front of buildings in school in Sweden the global climate strike beginning of September twenty eighth as well. so. here's I'm. here's my take on this I'm. if you work for a company. you can do an advocate I would hope most anything that you would like. but if you work for a company then you're going to try to impose a point of view on that company by striking. if I own the company or if I'm a stockholder in their company and you were going to try to either shut down the company or diminish the efficiency and the effectiveness of that company for a political viewpoint which may be right may be wrong one which you might believe in whole heartedly okay or what ever it is would you believe in you are putting your job in jeopardy if there is a strike the deals with the company in terms of its its labor practices if there's a strike the deals with monetary compensation. what work working conditions all the more traditional aspects of of union organizers now I believe I don't know that Amazon employees are unionized this set may have nothing to do with with union issues but clearly. if you work for Amazon love to hear from you early this year there was this this is furnishing company I think it's based in Boston we fear dip based in Natick Boston yeah okay but I think they have some head quarters down in Boston or some nice corporate space and they had sort of a wild cat walk out one day. when they were upset that their company which is a furniture company was going to supply beds for people who do not have beds to sleep in who are being detained in the. in immigration centers if you will along the southern border now you might think well they're doing that to make life miserable for the the people who are coming here in seeking immigration status no no. we knew we knew that obviously the the circumstances of the people at the border in these immigration facilities was pretty difficult crowded they they didn't have enough beds no. the the company was basically in business doing what it does which is sell furniture and in this case they were selling furniture is to through to the border patrol furnishings to the border patrol this case beds so the people who were being held as they had been apprehended trying to enter the country illegally while their status could be adjudicated by some form of a judge tribunal all members of administrative agency. they at least could be a little bit more comfortable so all of this is nothing more than virtue signalling as far as I'm concerned I don't know if Amazon is a union per se but if these they're not thank you very much they're not I didn't think they were but I wanted to make sure of that these nine hundred employees and it says they plan a strike over climate change that was tried to me that's the headline means and it is a strike is it open ended work stoppage. if you have a a a a a our protests were everybody's not going to answer the phone that's really not a strike that some sort of a work stoppage if I were the head of Amazon and god that I were Jeff Bezos I guess is the head of Amazon I would say if you want to strike you walk out the building whatever it is September twentieth whatever that that's a Friday in you're kind of looking for a long weekend just keep walking because if that's if you're gonna whatever your view point is we what happens it next week we have a strike from people who are opposed to something else maybe they want to strike in solidarity with the people in Hong Kong were concerned about being extradited back to China. through a through a law which which the very upset about maybe they want to strike because some NFL team has not fired some player who's been accused of domestic abuse maybe they want to strike because president trump has fire too many of its employees he can't seem to hire a staff which he caught fire I'd love to hear from you how sympathetic would it be and if you got is just say to me well I'm in favor with their of their thoughts on climate change what would you be favor on the equally passionate thoughts about let's say right to life or ending the death penalty or what ever political because you want to talk about six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. again I'm Jeff Bezos I'm gonna say you folks want to strike go right ahead unemployment is low you're more people looking for jobs and guess what what you're doing is not brain surgery I can replace you by Monday morning six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But I guess it was all but sixteen years of sixteen year old kids can vote with the Democrats one senior old convo but can't have guns and they can make the appointment hello Sir my my daughter works for you and I want to talk to or the way you're treating her come on this is my this is crazy should we hold the kids responsible I mean if this is what they're being taught this sort of lifestyle on this sort of this is how it gets done I mean you got to you kids you got to be held accountable some point in life they're in college in yet and they know their parents in the what about what someone grease the women and men yeah I mean what would let's distinguish between the helicopter parent who's flying over the road and looking and saying Joey you're gonna there's a little bump up ahead get prepared get ready the road is going to be difficult to head they're going to be some some bombs get ready and we are here I'm I'm not the Bob let me hold you over at my own life to make sure all let me count you over then go on and then the next one comes let me know and I will fix it too and that's the lawn mower or the snow plow close through the road and change the road for you sweetheart not change you to adapt to the road okay wait that that's so great needs to be said again you want to prepare your kids for lice but on the other hand these parents have changed life for their children there's nothing wrong with preparing your children to do in fact it's a guest it's a gift to help children learn discipline learn how to express frustration learn how to deal with difficulties adversaries adversarial situations challenges obstacles the snow plow parent along or parent just comes in and clears out the obstacle okay you can go now if the teacher gives Jimmy detention if teachers taught and the teacher the parent because any of the teacher these are things we're hearing about for several years right exactly and I think that we've always had a culture of that's what I will call child centric goes back to the pilgrims and yeah they were a little more disciplinarian about it but the I think that we have a we've developed a self esteem culture here's your trophy for participating you were the first person to come in last the resolution okay you got excel in something so what we're doing to these children is creating a self esteem culture very clear about this self esteem is cancer for the emotions we don't want kids who have high self esteem we want kids who can unconditionally accept who they are I'm not perfect I didn't go to Harvard or Yale or pan right I am who I am but otherwise with their learning is how I don't have a degree from yet from Yale I'm not very worthwhile I had someone on this week saying that every time you enable your child imagine yourself cutting them if you really want is not good want to get down to brass tacks in and and get a real analogy of what you're doing your kid imagine I'm enabling no you're cutting them so so let me ask right now from a parent I think I might be a little culpable in in being a little bit too much of a helicopter parent a snow plow perinatal in my kid how do I stop how do I draw back in this day and age because all the other parents are doing it there are polluting it to social media my kids a great look at the birthday party through for them the other I have a slide that I prepared on how to spoil your children okay for quick things number one don't enforce consistent age appropriate limits when and do what they want to do shield your children from normal everyday frustrations in other words whatever happens make sure they don't feel any frustrate those frustrations I don't they built it up they create strange providing material gifts even when the child has not behave appropriately and make sure that you bribe your kid to do whatever it is you want that child to do and then beat example of a liar or cheater all docket goes so far not what we say but what we do if they see you doing that that's what they learned they sit in the backseat of the car and they watch what you do with that stop sign today if you have money you think don't worry about that I can buy my way out and that's the message we're giving look everyone's jumping onto this Jared Kushner's father gave two and a half million dollars to Harvard and he got in that happens in this world that's why it's unfortunate many people eighty seven percent of thirty four percent of people say it's unfair but that what happens in this world did they sit down and changes SAT score I don't think so yeah do they make believe he was a you know a veteran of some more war no they cut his head on the body of another pole vaulter to get him into though this is the way life is unfortunately but I so what do we do I think what we do is we have to talk to our children very differently today so wait even from yesterday we talked to them one way but today we might realize we need to bring this fax announced a you know what let's stylist back this scandal or to be the topic of conversation every dinner table wait to parents still have dinner with kids I don't know if not they ought to be doing this forty second someone and what else can we do and what if one parent is a helicopter pad on the other wants to pull back how do you do that magnanimously that's for another segment what is that opens up divorced possibilities very quickly talk to your children honey we have for things we have to get done today you pick one that you'd like to do and I'll help you along with it and I'm a step back and go do what I have to do Zac give children a voice it gives children a sense of pride and help children understand that there are actual responsibilities in life we all actually have to do you don't get everything you want we don't stop everything just for what you your goal today did you get that in your life of course all know of course we worked very hard for whatever reason your call new specter passport okay documento 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"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixteen year old Jordan hers also known as crams sporting a hundred grand with his gaming partner after the tour placed seventeenth ten twenty very busy out there still on the roads expressway all jammed up a couple crashes out there Laurie Grandy tech in the road the roads rather about two minutes WBC and over news radio WBZ is Quincy newsradio WBZ newsradio always always UBC Boston's news radio twenty twenty race is revving up live from Detroit twenty candidates to big night the CNN democratic presidential debates Tuesday and Wednesday night at eight eastern on CNN drive away it's going on in a brand new one in nineteen starting at only eighteen ninety five with symmetrical all wheel drive in starlink multimedia featuring enjoy the impressive take your as it is available as a stylish four door sedan forty five door hatchback in the all wheel drive Subaru Impreza starting at only eighteen ninety five find your retailer of New England dot com drive away ten twenty two to traffic in about a minute but first this story we've been hearing the coffees pretty good for.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A sixteen year old from Pennsylvania using the name that took the top prize yesterday the fortnight world cop at new York's Arthur Ashe stadium cal gears Dorf is the young man's real name he won three million dollars in other sports the rays rather from eight one deficit and beat the Toronto Blue Jays ten nine in Toronto yesterday it's eight oh four years Bloomberg market report the newest reports show that businesses are more cautious it's kind of a divided economy businesses are more classes but individuals are spending more on food and clothing and home furnishings and recreation because hiring is strong and job security is good consumer spending rose four times faster in the quarter through June than it did earlier in the year but businesses reduce their spending on software equipment buildings in research and development not only did consumer spending rise the savings rate rose to Twitter says they added five million new users the most in two years but they're still trying to control spammers and trolls Twitter said we're shutting down some products to do produce revenues but they're still small enough that they are long term priorities new research says YouTube's largest audiences kids under thirteen and that could be a problem depending on what they're watching and what adds to seeing Google's YouTube's position is well kids under thirteen should not be watching without an adult Bloomberg says millions of kids are possibly unknowingly now giving Instagram and Facebook more data about their families a lot more data by going to get more tools on Instagram to see more information about likes to their posts and the turning over in a lot more data for newsradio WFLA I'm Joe Connelly with Bloomberg business update this past tax season I see the ton of money on my tax bill and that's all thanks to the Maggie's and that's exactly what they could do for you they've been doing it for Floridians for decades now paying less tax a lot less tax.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It can stop you from moving forward. Them watch watch that you're nurturing habits that if if you cannot perform these habits these tasks daily that you need to do does it completely throw you off these kittens grow up, they're not turning into full grown cats. Just be careful. Okay. Okay. No problem. Everyone's doing so. Well, it's like it's. Everyone is concise and love and life today. Who do we have now dream Weaver dog we have Jen on the phone hijack high? Tell us about your dream. Okay. So I had this dream that my sixteen year old son, and some of his friends colored every interior wall of our house with crayon. And when I would clean it up, which wouldn't happen. He'd be cleaning it up, but. All the wall started disintegrating into almost like fighter web. Okay. All right. So this has to do with the frame of mind that you get into whenever you're trying to create new ideas. A new folk sometimes a lot on the details of things maybe a little bit too much, and it can distract you from completing the task. So if you have an idea, let's say you wanted to start a business. I'm just throwing that out, but not necessarily you're focusing on things that are the.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We never got to talk about probably because it's a stupid. But there was on on. It was the Democrats and Nancy Pelosi and everybody jumping on leading sixteen-year-olds vote. Some of the memes on that we're just tremendous over the last week or so some of the means about allowing sixteen year old to to vote, right? Well, Rasmussen did the polling on it. What do you think does the majority of Americans want sixteen year olds to vote? What do you think? No did the majority of Democrats want sixteen year olds to vote. No. That would be the one of the things that people would say, well, yeah. The Democrats want sixteen year olds to vote because sixteen year olds are more likely to vote democrat. Rasmussen polling. Shows that just seventeen percent of likely US voters favor lowering the legal national voting age from eighteen to sixteen an overwhelming seventy four percent rejecting the idea the other, you know. Yeah. So that's seventy four percent against seventeen four and the rest. I don't know. Yeah. Now, no breaking it down to political parties. Tw- only twenty five percent of Democrats support lowering the voting age and nine percent of Republicans support it. Broken down between race thirty two percent of blacks. Support lowering the voting age and sixteen percent of whites favor. Lowering the voting age. Both male and female voters are relatively on the same page, according to the poll seventy seven percent of males surveyed opposed lowering the voting age and seventy one percent of females oppose lowering it as well. The poll also showed sixty five percent of eighteen to thirty nine year olds opposed lowering the voting age seventy seven percent of those forty to sixty four do not want to see the voting age lowered and eighty four percent of those sixty five or older say the voting age should not be lowered either. And you you know, why those eighty it's higher for those sixty five roller..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Mike Pence is staying at the logic Pebble Beach and. Our fabulous Monterey affiliates thinks it's possibly just so he can listen to the Armstrong and Getty show. You know, I hate to blow my own horn. Coming up a discussion of the hot topic of the electoral college and the movement to allow sixteen year olds to vote we will be taking those arguments and reducing them to the pope that they are. Well, it's phonier being led by the nose like a pig. Is it phony phony we'll discuss it's phony. I hope it's phone. All the powerful people make the argument, they're phonies, a lot of people, honestly believe this stuff, and and certainly will treat you with respect. But the politicians are Fanis. So we've been diving into this absolutely brilliant hour long documentary of from KOMO KOMO. News and Seattle Seattle is dying. I'm surprised that this exists. Having heard a little bit of it. Now. Now, that's an edgy thing to do. It is absolutely against the grain. It's it's I tire of the expression the elephant in the room. But it's the elephant in the room for a lot of cities, especially on the west coast that just nobody at the high levels wants to discuss in any real way. It's always just about the compassion and more this and more that program wise, right, right? One more clip, and then a little psychoanalysis we put out some generic questionnaires which were filled out by completely anonymous police officers their responses are I opening frightening. And time sad one officer wrote simply yes, I am frustrated because I'm a law enforcement officer that is told not to enforce the law. Another wrote. It's simple start keeping criminals in jail. Judges need to stop giving them ridiculously low sentences and prosecutors need to stop accepting cheesy plea deals and actually lock people up when they commit a crime. That's all it would take to drastically lower. Seattle's crime rates another officer said people come here because it's called free Attal. And they believe if they come here, they will get free food free medical treatment free, mental health treatment, a free tents free clothes, and we'll be free of prosecution for just about everything. And their rights. It didn't used to be that way law enforcement officers used to be able to enforce the laws. This officer continues in the last five years, there has been a culture shift in it started with the legislature, decriminalizing felonies and dumping convicts onto the streets. And then there is this an officer says, even if quality warrant arrests are made the judicial system sees fit to let them out of jail within a couple of days often the next day. Why are we risking our lives take felony level fugitives into custody, if they're just going to be released prosecutor's office and judges alike seemed to be drinking all the Kool-Aid causing a huge disconnect and a broken system with absolutely no teeth. I've.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on WTVN

"We need to engage, ladies and gentlemen, we need to confront not like them not like with socks of marbles or Nichols. And going around beating people over the head not with drums in the face of a sixteen year old. And then turn the sixteen year old into some kind of clansman. We don't do that stuff. They do that stuff. I mean, engage the American people Reagan was right to go over the head of the media, which he did all the time. Trump is right to go around the media with this with his tweets, but it must be continued. And in some cases, we must be flexible and do it in different ways. They control the schools. They control the colleges and universities. They control Hollywood which creates the TV shows and the movies, they control more and more sports sportscasters ESPN, one two three four whatever. We got it. And of course, they control the media. They're still millions of us. We still have the presidency. We still have the Senate. It's not like we're without options. It is time and these Republicans come on these shows on cable. Including on FOX. That they come with a mission, and they come with an understanding where they can articulate. Our positions to a wider audience. We have to stop playing in the sandbox of the left they seek to destroy us. They seek to destroy what's great about this country. They hate capitalism. They hate the constitution. They hate you. They hate our border that is her own sovereignty. And they're all about power because you see all these things stand in the way. All these things stand in the way, by the way on TV. They keep showing these polls how many Americans blame this one or that one for the government shutting down how many people want this? You see this is the problem that the media will never understand. And quite frankly populace will never understand it doesn't matter. We're not a democracy where Republic read the constitution. The progressives altered it somewhat what the sixteenth and seventeenth amendments with the progressive income tax and they destroyed the Senate, but we're still a Republic, fundamentally, we're not a democracy. We're not a populist democracy. We don't want the government stepping in. And deciding who gets what that's called tyranny. Dressed up as populism where constitutionalists it works. We're capitalists boy does it work. I'll be right back..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We need to engage, ladies and gentlemen, we need to confront not like them not like with socks Fulla marbles or Nichols. And going around beating people over the head not with drums in the face of a sixteen year old. And then turn the sixteen year old into some kind of clansman. We don't do that stuff. They do that stuff. I mean, engage the American people Reagan was right to go over the head of the media, which he did all the time. Trump is right to go around the media with this with his tweets, but it must be continued. And in some cases, we must be flexible and do it in different ways. They control the schools. They control the colleges and universities. They control Hollywood which creates the TV shows and the movies, they control more and more sports sportscasters ESPN, one two three four whatever. We got it. And of course, they control the media. They're still millions of us. We still have the presidency. We still have the Senate. It's not like we're without options. It is time when these Republicans come on these shows on cable. Including on FOX. That they come with a mission, and they come then understanding where they can articulate. Our positions to a wider audience. We have to stop playing in the sandbox of the left they seek to destroy us. They seek to destroy what's great about this country. They hate capitalism. They hate the constitution. They hate you. They hate our border that is our own sovereignty. And they're all about power because you see all these things stand in the way. All these things stand in the way, by the way on TV. They keep showing these polls how many Americans blame this one or that one for the government shutting down how many people want this? You see this is the problem that the media will never understand. And quite frankly populace will never understand it doesn't matter. We're not a democracy where Republic read the constitution. The progressives altered it somewhat what the sixteenth and seventeenth amendments with the progressive income tax and they destroyed the Senate, but we're still a Republic, fundamentally, we're not a democracy. We're not a populist democracy. We don't want the government stepping in. And deciding who gets what that's called tyranny. Dressed up as populism where constitutionalists it works. We're capitalists boy does it work. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Trouble sleeping. Hello. I'm Michael Acton..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"University coordinator, and I'm advising a sixteen year old high school students. She's a former student of mine, and she is graduating a year early at the tender age of seventeen this spring going off to college raised by her grandmother who can't help her with this question. She received the judgment when she was just an infant do an accident isn't a time deposit account, and she cannot have it until she his state. She wants to know what who's responsible for the taxes? This you have to pay taxes on this money is it considered a gift or is it just going to be on the interest? How's is gonna affect her? That's the as far as disclosure because she does it ten ninety nine's every year. And what should she do with it? A lot of questions. Okay. Yeah. Well, FAFSA is just listing out. What you have and assets, it is an asset of hers, and once she's eighteen you know, it will keep her from getting Pell grants. Pell grants are given to poor people and she's not gonna qualify because she's not poor. But it's not gonna affect her for other kinds of scholarships with FAFSA, so. Have other scholarships cutting it won't affect that. At all that you only if they're need-based because she's not going to need based how much money's in this. Just under thirteen but we figured as far as interest over the years. It's probably around fifteen right now. Okay. Won't give her any access to this at all. It's all through the district court..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on Overdue

"Like over the summer doing computer stuff, they had a position open up and after resisting for literally as long as I could I took it because there was nothing else for me to you. And I remember when we. In rob. We were there visiting you. And like we wanted to go and see the buildings and like wander around, and you were like this is where I go everyday for work. But for us, it was this like, and it is it's this campus. That's pretty small. It's pretty secluded. And so we were like walking through memories literally or engaging with what had changed and you're dislike. Yeah. I I need to go get food or like where I go. That's where I buy coke. So this feeling that the place you were in was very real when you were there. And then it like it hasn't changed at all. While you were gone, or maybe it didn't even exist while you were gone is is very real. And I wasn't that since since I've left. I've I've thankfully recovered that. Sure. About the place. I don't think my my time working. There has diminish it if anything it adds some like texture retrospectively because I appreciated that job probably less than I could have like had it. Yeah. Yeah. I can only appreciate I have the benefit of hindsight. So so after kind of my suggestion if you don't like your current circumstances to get some hindsight. So after pooh-poohing the opening of this book, let me just say I does set the rest of this book up for that kind of lens of thinking. So we're back in nineteen forty two. Gene is a sixteen year old boy at this at the school. And he references later like the way that all the teachers feel about them in nineteen forty two with the war on. I think we reminded them of what peace was like we boys of sixteen we registered with no draft board. We had taken no physical examinations. No one had ever tested us for hernia or color. Blindness is going on about how they have not engaged with the world at large yet. Even as the world is kind of moving forward in this. Great calamity. I share that quote, also because these boys don't quite feel sixteen. I don't know what I was like at sixteen. But these boys feel mostly like twelve and I don't really feel younger. I thought you were gonna say they felt an older. No except for the they're reading about like Caesar and stuff. Like most of what we see of them in. This opening section is like them jumping out of a tree and then four secret society. I do remember like the jumping of the trade stuff being kind of the the pivotal event that the book kind of swings. And it's and it's. Mike the time of my life where like jumping out of a tree. Because it was fun because there is a chance I might hurt myself like that I feel like outgrew that by sixteen by sixteen. I was like man, let's I'm going to go on a date with maybe a girl. Maybe. Yeah. And that's like not really intimately. What I was really not in the book at all any sort of like that classic. Like teen. What am I gonna do romantically with my life where the John green at all? Yeah. There's no John green in this John Knowles. And it's a little like ho what are the the? They're kind of like hermetically sealed in this acade- carefree verses academia kind of tension. So anyway, nineteen thirty nine is when the war started nineteen forty one is when Pearl Harbor happens or in nineteen forty two the war is this impending thing. All these carefree boys are eventually going to be put into the war, somehow, they just know it. But meanwhile, gene and his new best buddy finis or Fini or fin depending on whatever knows decides to call them at any given moment are now best friends because is said, hey, all we're jumping out of this tree today into the river. And the only person he can convince to do it or gene, gene. And then finances like you're my best friend now. And that's just how it works..

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"sixteen year" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on The Site Shed

"It's not really job it's a career and how to you know if you're to visit career civil instead of inverted commas job i do a quick recap on those loss please absolutely might so done back to number one we were talking about how to attract the right team members and the key point that we wanted to make us and with all these before we even said i'll even been guilty of saying it easier are there's no good team good staff members out there the markets fool and even the good ones already got jobs and what we do the second we do that we become palace and then we kind of lied the responsibility and the blind and the fate of the market and therefore we can't change anything so the first in attracting the right stuff is what can i do different in the be do have model who do i need to be what do i need to do to have the right same so that's that's the number one from the second series will talking about how kate the team into striving and one of the things i forgot actually to mention in that ever side was one of the first points is was giving him one on ones and giving feedback in outsourcing that rather than doing self but i wanna pay the peach i can't remember where pick this up up at a seminar the last year or so and it was talking about i your kids or even possibly sixteen year old kids come into your business this is all about feedback and they got they've grown up with such media facebook snapchat instagram and all of the the loss up until the point i stopped working with tried business they've been getting feedback going to going to make sandwich feedback they got locks and they got dislikes and then also go on and say going to play soccer done something else in every single to do something on social media and they're getting feedback if they're doing the right or the wrong thing us older guys tend to earn the business haven't really even we are sadly social social media having experienced that to the same degree so specially with the younger as rb giving him feedback even daily weekly where the be tradesman or from the actual bosses themselves i think it's a crucial.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on The Liturgists

The Liturgists

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on The Liturgists

"My name's brownlee mcclenaghan i am currently the associate pastor at union church of hillsdale which is outside chicago it's ucse congregation but i'm ordained as united methodist grew up in that church and my most reason book is good christian sects book excited me so much which is strange for like a monogamous guy to say like a committed sixteen year married person so i'm not personally evaluating what sexual sexual ethics or or an edifying sexuality would look like because i'm pretty comfortable in a very old model but i'm not immune or unaware of what's happening in our larger society and certainly the listeners this program or not because we get asked all the time what do we do with sex and sexuality in the twenty first century as people who in some way wished to follow or honor christianity as tradition as our faith however that person may hold that and it is a topic that tends to only get approached in two directions one is a very particular western protestant interpretation of judeo christian sexual ethic and the other is a post religious post the stick secularized framework which is of those two probably fall much closer to the latter but really fascinated to hear about how year approaching sex and sexuality today and what led you to start thinking about that so i if you read the book or pretty much anything that i have ever written you know that i'm a preacher's kid so i grew up in the church but real a pretty liberal socially progressive congregation to and so we did do some sex ed as part of our youth group experience if you boiled it down it was the denomination lee selected and they sort of started with the creation story as most christian sex ed things do and talked about how sexist best in marriage but then we're sort of like but make good choices i noticed though as i got older and found myself in romantic relationships that while my faith continued to be important to me.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"When you cut choked up back there what were the thoughts her feelings that were going through your head if there was any conscious probably the are probably guilt i feel guilty because they feel like my mom side all coming and i like was a dump teenager and did what i wanted to do at the time and now in dealing with that on i think that's like the dominant thing that i feel about it but isn't that also some of what teenagers do right i mean it's just like my mom got really lucky that she had i think even me as a really good kids on i probably did the worst stuff but like in the grand scheme of things still pretty good like not doing hard drugs being like delinquent in school like stuff like that but i'm yeah and the other thing is is i think when you start to blame yourself your under estimating the co worshiping of 24yearold brain seducing a sixteen year old brain and all the tricks that that person yeah can can pull out that you know how could how could a mother's home stern chat right then with fourteen in person encounters with a highly manipulative person that you're smitten with how could you know and and it's it's a little heartbreaking to hear you being so hard on yourself on for that but i also understand that part of that heartbreak is that your mom with will feel pain right yeah no i i mean at the root not even at the root just like i'm i'm very aware that like it's all all amid is his fault unlike none of it as my fault.

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"sixteen year" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"sixteen year" Discussed on On The Media

"For these sixteen year history of this show we have had conversations in another editorial meetings that the audience is that privy to about stories in which we're fighting for truth dressed in the american way and we're trying to decide how to report them or whether to report them and there is a term of art and we haven't used it here's the term is is it to democracy now democracy now is a longstanding radio show that its history is in public radio not npr but public radio in it is now broadcast on tv it is a explicitly liberal progressive bastion and the question that i think that we face is do we continue to go more in the direction that it takes amp up the scepticism an outrage or pull back and beat two more dispassionate observers of the media seen in the political scene i'm not sure if we can do both of those things so this is where you feel we have gone during the the trump campaign is that what you're saying is yes and thanks in large part to my insistence that we cover trump not as a politician but as a historic threat a potential menace to democracy so yeah i'm and i've been pounding that message is as often as i can and that crosses the line between journalism that we expect into what kind of activism i don't think i ever mentioned hillary clinton's name during the whole course of the campaign but um i and by extension the show became an activist player in anti trumpism sanal what do we do now would we do remember during the bush administration we had to find a framing device we've unnerved didn't know what was going to happen but that's politics like well that's not upbeat and so that we came up with enabling condition condition free speech and privacy all those things that enable the freedom of information in that enable journalism that were not strictly speaking me guess so we came up with the media frame and then when obama wanted await what's on new frame what's our discussion what's it going to be really quickly turned to transparency surveillance.

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