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"Favorite artists. Good morning, Jerry Jeff Walker in for Scott Sloan. On the midday on 700 wlw. Tuesday, August 18th waiting a long time online from ST Pete, Florida all the way from ST Pete. Cindy. Thank you for your patients. What's on your mind? I have not heard anybody say or give a solution. For if they defund, what are they going to do when they have an active school shooting? Now? You know, down here in Florida? We found out that the Quote unquote Security guard ran the other way and head The sheriff's in Broward County, ran the other way and head and stayed outside while the shooting was good while the slaughter was going on in Parkland, Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, not just a security guard, Cindy, but the actual sheriff's department led by Scott, Israel, who's trying to get reelected. In Broward County. Amazingly, the sheriff's deputies didn't even do their job. Now. That's not an argument for against de funding police. I'm just saying that you're right. The less police are involved in situations where they need to be involved with a uniform, a gun and a badge. The worse it is for all parts of our society. And I've never heard anybody mention. That's all they talk about. Is the officer and the perp. They don't talk about school shootings. Well. You know, And it's something that should be covered. Thank you. Dale and Dell. Hi. Hello. You're on the air. I just wanna speak to Bruce. He was an assistant chief or Cincinnati and had the opportunity to monitor him for 25 years. Talk is cheap. What Bruce says he lived it. He is the real deal. Every assignment that man has ever had is sell that. When he was on the street. He was the kind of cop that One that was trouble. He was the first to respond. Has he got promoted into the supervisory ranks. He's still he was there to monitor his officers, Tio Guide them talk to them. It was on the SWAT team excelled being on the Swat team. Um, put him in traffic section. He completely. Remodelled how the traffic section of Cincinnati responded. I bought a new ideas, new techniques, new equipment. So you saying as an administrator as a leader, he has already proven his medal, not just as a law enforcement officer but as someone in a position of leadership. He is showing. Absolutely. He is every leadership quality you could possibly want. And even better. He has an incredible sense of humor. That really helps make him the best qualified guy for Hamilton County Sheriff. All right, Dale. Thank you very much for that endorsement. And before we break, Tom and Bethel. Hello, I'm well, what's going on, man? Hey, you know, they talk about defunding the police they needed to fund the Cincinnati Council. That's what they need to go on. I'm not Kenyon. I've never, you know, Ah Leather and Webber's name When he first came on saying that I don't like him, I can bare their way there. Ah smells awesome. And I was thinking yesterday here. They already want to defend the place. But they want to keep up with three cars that nobody rides. I will. Don't tell my kids. Hey, you want to go down to the street car this weekend be like onto drafted Park watching people get shot. It's ridiculous. And you know what? Wrong day wrong place that could happen. Thanks, Tom. Interesting phone call Defund City Council. The last Jason Williams about that. Writer for Politics Extra..
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"Extend W. Watching 60 and Doppler radar. Everything is clear. But boy, it's hot. 93 degrees in Pompano Beach 93 also in Kendall Lakes. At 301 Harada Santis signs the Everglades restoration bill into long brunch were able to prove over $625 million forever. Glades and water resource is which is getting us close to the goal that we said at the very beginning of my administration. The money will go toward improving water quality by addressing waste waters. Warm water and agriculture issues to avoid sewage spills like the recent ones in Fort Lauderdale. It also as an environmental accountability component to all those who are not performing proper mate and accountable. A major victory for the mother of a Parkland massacre victims of Iran to Santa signs Eliza's law requiring all public schools in the state of Florida to have a silent panic alarm. The law's named in honor of 14 year old Elissa Allah deaf it was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas. Mother, Lori says. This will make everyone say Furred school, so the teacher would be empowered to be able to press a button on their cell phone, and it's a direct link to law enforcement so they can get on the scene as quickly as possible to take down the threat. Auriemma come into triage that they felt the laws already on the books in New Jersey. Allah Deaf is hoping it passes in New York next, and she's also working on a federal Elissa is law. Wendy Horsemen. NewsRadio 6 10 W Y O D. There's money coming to Broward County public schools in the wake of the Parkland massacre, The district has been awarded more than $9 million in state and federal grants related to school safety, security and resiliency. The funding will support ongoing safety and security measures, and we'll reimburse costs associated with increased mental health services for students, families and employees following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy. More money coming to Florida's airports as part of an $800 million airport safety and infrastructure grant 46 states along with Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the Marshall Islands will receive the funding along with $41 million earmarked for Miami International Airport. There's $3 million for Palmbeach International, Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International, not on the list of recipients. The fourth District Court of Appeal is waiting until at least next week to decide whether to overrule a judge's decision regarding secretly recorded videos of Robert Kraft. The three judge panel in West Palm Beach heard from both sides in the prostitution case against the New England Patriots owner. Prosecutors claim he was caught on video paying for sex acts and a Jupiter Day spa. But crafts lawyer Derek Schaeffer says too many innocent people were also captured on tape. These cameras that were put into private massage rooms for patrons would be undressing is a matter of course. They recorded everything without interruption for five days straight, Assistant State Attorney Jeffrey D'Souza said Police did nothing wrong. When they hid those cameras at the business. There simply was no fourth violation. Here. He's asking the court to reinstate the video for trial. Joel Malcolm NewsRadio 6 10 W Wall Street trading higher today. DowJones Industrials, up 33 points. 6 25,029 NASDAQ up 140 points, nearly 1.5%. S and P 530 points on the day, its 30 for another update coming up in 3 30.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"My second details we all remember the horrible shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school and we also remember that there were people on site who had firearms and whose job it was to protect those kids and they did nothing I mean some of them just did nothing well one of them who was fired just got his job reinstated thanks to the union this is from the Miami Herald the Broward sheriff's office sergeant who was the first supervisor to respond the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooting and lost his job after was found he hid behind his car as the first shots rang out we'll be reinstated awarded full back pay and get back his seniority sergeant Brian Miller was one of the four deputies who were terminated because of a neglect of duty in the February fourteenth twenty eighteen parkland shooting which killed seventeen students and faculty members and injured another seventeen Miller was paid a hundred and thirty eight thousand four hundred and ten dollars and spent twenty seventeen man producer mark I kind of become a our Shishir sergeant yeah I'll hide behind my car for half that yeah while an arbitration ruling union stuff of course found that the Broward sheriff's office violated Brian's constitutional due process rights in improperly terminated him this this is just stunning so here you go the distance is back into the situation here then sheriff Scott Israel faced backlash from Broward deputies association president Jeff bell who said at the time that Israel was called was going after deputies and started by suspending them but allowed captain Jan Jordan to resign Jordan took charge of the scene she arrive within seven minutes of the first shots being fired and did not urge Japanese to go into the school deputies had were Easton Joshua Stambaugh Scott Peterson Miller were all fired months after the shootings the sheriff's office internal investigation found they all failed in their duties according to a report by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas public safety commission which investigated the shootings Miller was the first supervisor respond he arrived a shots were being fired he hit me on his police cruiser and did not radio in for ten minutes pretty amazing isn't it the Broward police union look unions public sector unions are problem folks for our police units making sure that you know you can't be fired for cowardice as a police officer that's what they're saying because this was this was cowardice it absolutely works nine five I had one or two testy exchanges here we used to because the radio shows someone's older euro no I'm sorry you got to go on your law enforcement officer in their kids being shot off into school you're not gonna do anything about it that's that's if that's not ours is no such thing as Charice but yeah here we are here we are now I'm home and this is just unbelievable on believable and look it's a it's a real it's a real dark spot here it's a real bad moment for for law enforcement community this was really bad the pulse nightclub shooting was also really bad I mean there's some stuff here folks it's a look I know it's easy to Monday morning quarterback but if we're not gonna expect sheriff's deputies had a school shooting who have guns when they arrive to at least try to minimize your out under you know you're taking fire and you got a cover I get that we need to go investigate is gonna sit there you're gonna tell people your citizens I don't want to carry guns all around them floors better than least New York is going to go in there do anything.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We all remember the horrible shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school and we also remember that there were people on site who had firearms and whose job it was to protect those kids and they did nothing I mean some of them just did nothing well one of them who was fired just got his job reinstated thanks to the union this is from the Miami Herald the Broward sheriff's office sergeant who was the first supervisor to respond the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooting and lost his job after was found he hid behind his car as the first shots rang out we'll be reinstated awarded full back pay and get back his seniority sergeant Brian Miller was one of the four deputies who were terminated because of a neglect of duty in the February fourteenth twenty eighteen parkland shooting which killed seventeen students and faculty members and injured another seventeen Miller was paid a hundred and thirty eight thousand four hundred and ten dollars and spend twenty seventeen ram producer mark I kind of become a our she is there sergeant yeah I'll hide behind my car for half that yeah while an arbitration ruling union stuff of course found that the Broward sheriff's office violated Brian's constitutional due process rights in improperly terminated him this this is just stunning so here you go the this takes us back into the situation here then sheriff Scott Israel faced backlash from Broward deputies association president Jeff bell who said at the time that Israel was gone was going after deputies and started by suspending them but allowed captain Jan Jordan to resign Jordan took charge of the scene she arrive within seven minutes of the first shots being fired and did not urge Japanese to go into the school deputies Edward Eason Joshua Stambaugh Scott Peterson Miller were all fired months after the shootings the sheriff's office internal investigation found they all failed in their duties according to a report by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas public safety commission which investigated the shootings Miller was the first supervisor respond he arrived a shots were being fired he hit me on his police cruiser and did not radio in for ten minutes pretty amazing isn't it Broward police union local unions public sector unions are problem folks power please you is making sure that you know you can't be fired for cowardice as a police officer that's what they're saying because this was this was cowardice it absolutely was and I've I've had one or two testy exchanges here we used to because the radio shows someone's older euro no I'm sorry you got to go on your law enforcement officer in their kids being shot off into school you're not gonna do anything about it that's that's if that's not calories there's no such thing as Charice but yeah here we are here we are problem and this is just unbelievable on believable and look it's a it's a real it's a real dark spot here it's a real bad moment for for law enforcement community this was really bad the pulse nightclub shooting was also really bad I mean there's some stuff here folks it's a look I know it's easy to Monday morning quarterback but if we're not gonna expect sheriff's deputies that a school shooting who have guns when they arrive to at least try to minimize your out under you know you're taking fire and you got a cover I get that you're only going to change the sit there you're gonna tell people your citizens I don't want to carry guns all around them Florida's better than least New York is we are gonna go in there doing unbelievable unbelievable stay tuned for the mark Levin show right after transaction on talk radio six eighty WCBS six warm up under way for Friday with a warm front approaching from the southwest with the sprinkler to tonight sixty five degrees much warmer tone to the forecast for Friday high of eighty eight twelve sixty eight tomorrow night and partly cloudy Saturday with a high of eighty mostly cloudy Sunday seventy two and then rains coming in early next week from Monday Tuesday some are one inch plus totals top of next week kind of a gloomy wet weather pattern for much of the east I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel on talk radio six CD W. CBM Richard Dennison president trump's expected to block a proposed coronavirus stimulus package if they get congressional approval fox's Jr and help in Washington the White House issued a veto threat calling the proposal a long standing partisan and ideological wishlist Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has also dismissed the proposal as unrealistic the three trillion dollar package by house Democrats includes funding for state local and tribal governments additional payments to workers and extended unemployment benefits an immunologist who says he was demoted because of his warnings over the trump administration's pandemic response testifying today before a congressional panel without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history first and foremost we.
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"Taliban is raising hopes of a peace deal that could ultimately bring US troops home from Afghanistan police in Cayce South Carolina say there is a link between a thirty year old man found dead in his home and the death of six year old face wet lick sergeant Evan it leases that there was evidence linked to the girl found in the man's trash can it was not a relative he was not a friend he was merely a neighbor and they lived in Churchill heights a day of service was held in the Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida today marking the anniversary of the school shooting two years ago that killed seventeen students and staffers sheriff Gregory Tony says that he's working to make schools safer ranch training make sure we were all really using funds and putting it things in place that were important safe or not on your speed but our entire community New York City mayor bill de Blasio's endorsing Bernie Sanders for president it's a voice against the campaign of former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg residents near Jackson Mississippi fleeing to higher ground with weekend flooding on tap from the Pearl River this is ABC news Facebook is adjusting its political ad that policy about paid political messages the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram account so personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook calls branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not considerate advertising in one of Bloomberg's messages he asks can you post a meme that lets everyone know I'm the coal candidate posted is a photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and as that but best I'm AT Donahue Democrat Bernie Sanders was pranked by Russian woman pretending to be gratitude Berlei central standard hi Greta how are you I'm Jackie Quinn.
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"Good morning the Attorney General says the president should stop tweeting about the department of justice it's an unusual rebuke from one of trump's most loyal defenders yet the president says it's all fine William Barr made the claim yesterday can I do my job or constant commentary I'm Richard Hey it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC the former chief of staff John Kelly also spoke out yesterday but trump immediately bashed him on social media police have ramped up their presence in the Harlem park and many neighbors don't feel safer and happy Valentine's day Rockefeller Center today those iconic hot dog carts well they'll be a dorm with thousands of flowers romantic Friday February fourteenth the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the White House says president trump wasn't bothered by the attorney general's comments that he should stop tweeting about the justice department as NPR's Frank or don't yes reports the White House also says the president has the right to publicly offer his opinions Attorney General William Barr told ABC news that president trump has never asked him to do anything in a criminal case but that is commentary about the department makes it impossible to do its job this week president trump criticized federal prosecutors recommendation that Roger stone trump's former campaign adviser be sentenced to up to nine years for witness tampering and obstruction charges bar then intervened and suggested a lesser sentence the four federal prosecutors involved quit the case press secretary Stephanie Gresham gave no indication the president would stop tweeting she said the president uses social media to fight for the American people against injustice Franco or Dona as NPR news the White House the justice department has brought new charges against the Chinese tech giant walkway and two of its U. S. subsidiaries NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the new indictment filed in federal court in Brooklyn charges qual way with conspiracy to steal trade secrets and racketeering it alleges among other things that the company's sole source code and user manuals for internet writers an antenna technology as well as other trade secrets from US tech companies the new allegations add to an already link the list of charges against while way its subsidiaries and chief financial officer the company was indicted in New York back in twenty eighteen for alleged conspiracy bank and wire fraud money laundering and other crimes the trump administration has repeatedly made clear that it has national security concerns about well way including economic espionage Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington China has again increased the number of people infected with the corona virus to more than sixty three thousand nearly fourteen hundred people have died most of the coronavirus cases are in in China but one outbreak is aboard a cruise ship that's docked in Yokohama Japan not far from Tokyo there are more than two hundred diagnosed cases of coronavirus aboard the diamond princess but the entire ship is quarantined including American carried menace Chalco she's as passengers and crew are taking measures to ensure they don't infect each other we're also required to wear masks when we open our doors to it to take our food from them or anything or you know any interactions with them were both wearing masks and they stand pretty far back when they're handing you any items of plus they have their gloves on the people aboard are hoping to be released from quarantine in five days today is the second anniversary of the parkland Florida at school shootings a suspect is accused of shooting seventeen people to death and injuring another seventeen people in the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school today local officials will hold moments of silence to honor the victims of the shooting you're listening to NPR this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard hake.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Situations. Jeff Ward and Ed Clements. So here's the deal. The school resource officer at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school the site of. A shooting shooting, which killed seventeen injured seventeen others, which is, again off the charts awful. So obviously one of the stories that came out of it was the school, the, the former sheriff who was a resource officer who was caught on video, there's videos all around the school. He was cowering behind so is hiding behind. I thought it was like a Clark. It might have been shootings going on. He backs away, and he hides behind whatever I that was a golf cart. Seventeen Pete had died now. His answer at the time was he said, yes, I'm having to live with this. But his answer was and still is I thought they were firecrackers, and I was trying to see if there was a sniper somewhere. K. I'm Colin Bravo. Okay, the guy was completely incompetent and did the wrong thing cops are in some cases incompetent and do the wrong thing happened in Beaumont. I ended up shooting a woman five times in the stomach because he handled it completely wrong. This guy has now been charged with seven counts of neglect of a child. I don't know why it seven because sixteen died, seventeen died three counts of culpable negligence and one count of perjury. Well, I can see the negligence charge. I get that. Okay. I can see that on just saying that the effect of that, if you're do apply that criminal standard to a cop screwing up, be careful what you ask for exactly that puts Yoenis back on the cops to say, okay, unless you're a less, you're you're one hundred percent shore and you're going to know you're going to give your life or whatever you're going.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Last year's horrific massacre at Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school CBS news correspondent Peter King reports as students deal with the second death in less than two weeks. Parkland parents are being proactive Ryan Petty's daughter Elena was one of the seventeen people. Killed last year way to prevent number twenty his parents to pass the question said he thought about killing yourself as well as other related questions they answer. Yes. To those questions. They're at risk you need to get help. Petty says he hopes students will also ask each other those questions and help their fellow students get help if they need it. Peter King CBS news, Orlando in Connecticut. Newtown and state police are investigating the death of Jeremy Rickman, the father of sandy hook victim Avio Rickman in two thousand twelve authorities say it does appear to be a suicide ABC's Michelle Franzen with more Newtown police say officers responded to a report of a suicide at the Edmund townhall Monday and found Dr Jeremy Richmond. He's the forty nine year old father of AVI L Richmond. She was among twenty students in six school staffers killed in the sandy hook school shooting in two thousand twelve last summer. Richmond spoke to ABC news, Dan, Harris on the ten percent, happier podcast. You will never see her. Again, you will. I'll never hold her feel that way in your arms, never snuggle. His death marks the third suicide in the past week related to school shootings. The other two were students at the high school in parkland, Florida, Michelle Franzen, ABC news. North Carolina's biggest school system recognizes a Muslim school holiday. The Wake County school board has photo to give students that they off beginning in twenty twenty on may thirteenth that day coincides with the annual Muslim celebration that marks the end of Ramadan wake schools graduates. Deep Baloch has two children to the Raleigh highschool allies. Amazingly citing I went to Wakefield high school and one of the toughest challenges was having to scorn either the holiday that. I celebrate and having to choose between academics and more than fifty two hundred people signed a petition in favor of the Muslim school holiday. Chip, Christina, CBS news, Raleigh, North Carolina. A Kenyan teacher is a millionaire tonight. Peter to Beechy a high school science teacher from Kenya. Just won the annual global teacher prize worth a million the village where he works and lives and teachers suffers from drought and famine most of his students are orphans, and he's helped those kids not. Not only stay in school. But also go to college incredible story US actor Hugh Jackman presented the.
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"Muller, did not conclude that the president committed a crime. But adds it also does not exonerate him much of what the president did was highly inappropriate and arguably acts of obstruction. But did he fall short of that line? Yeah. I think he fell short by some distance, Nicole Killian, CBS news, the White House. Another survivor of the deadliest school shooting in Florida history has died in what police call in an apparent suicide. The victim was a male sophomore at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, the second suicide in about a week CBS's Manuel Bojorquez reports. Community leaders and residents met Sunday to confront the newest tragedy. Rippling across parkland, Florida. You must communicate with your children and children. You gotta talk to your friends a Marjory stoneman Douglas high school student who survived the school shooting last year died Saturday in an apparent suicide. So far police say they have found no link to Sydney yellow who took her own life last weekend. Looking at Sydney ourselves cure of Harrow was ILO's classmate. She believes almost all Douglas students remain emotionally, and psychologically scarred. I always feel like I might be shot because happened to my friends. What makes me think will happen to me Manuel Bojorquez CBS news, parkland, Florida a controversial church group protested at two east county high schools this morning. A handful of westboro Baptist church members demonstrated alcohol Valley High School later, the church members moved to monitor vista high school news as Steffi arenas in spring valley with the latest three members of the westboro. Baptist church. Singing songs. With unique lyrics holding sides. The stood in front of us to high school.
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"While President Trump feels vindicated by the findings of the Muller report. Democrats disagreed ABC's, Monaco, Sar Abdi reports from Washington the battle is not over Democrats now demanding attorney general William bar release. The full report on the Muller investigation. The American people are entitled to a full accounting. The House Judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler has threatened to subpoena bar and take matters all the way to the supreme court if he refuses democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer also calling into question bars impart. She -ality saying in part, quote, given Mr. bars public record of bias. He is not a neutral observer and is not in the position to make objective determinations about the report Monaco's around e ABC news, Washington. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement saying molars conclusions confirmed the president's account that there was no collusion. Democratic congressman John Yarmuth says the attorney general's summary leaves many questions unanswered, and your myth is calling on the full report and underlying evidence to be released to the American public more tragedy for Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida a second student who survived last year's massacre died over the weekend of an apparent suicide. This comes one week after another survivor said the I A O took her own life today. The school is closed more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez I yellow was a senior at stoneman Douglas last year when a gunman killed. Seventeen students and school staff. One of her friends meadow Pollock was killed in the shooting. Her family said she struggled with survivor's guilt. And with diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder when we lost seventeen beautiful.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Respectful. Josh I have to repeat myself for you. So that you understand what I'm saying. I. We're going to take a five minute recess. You didn't take a deep breath exchange happened during a debate over evidence that offense wants turned over from prosecutors and police crews accused of killing seventeen people at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school last year judges said she wants to try to start sometime early next year Tyson Foods, issuing a recall of sixty nine thousand pounds of their frozen ready to eat chicken strips doodoo metal pieces company officials said yesterday. The recall includes they're fully cooked, buffalo style chicken strips, fully cooked, crispy chicken strips sold in twenty five ounce bags also included in the recall or the twenty pound boxes of spare time fully cooked, buffalo style chicken strips Tyson asking consumers to return the products over concerns about metal fragments possibly being mixed in with the food a third small, Vermont college, we closing its doors at the end of this semester, saying it cannot remain open college of Saint Joseph in Rutland will be closing. Currently there are about two hundred. Students at the college earlier this year Green Mountain college in southern Vermont. College said they were closing President Trump lifting sanctions imposed on North Korea. Just this week. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, told reporters drop likes North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN and doesn't think the additional sanctions will be necessary trumpet, Cam of held two summits. But little progress has been made toward the actual denuclearization of North Korea. President Trump set to host several Caribbean leaders for talks at his Florida resort. White House has troppled thank them for their support. The crisis in Venezuela. US recognizes opposition leader one Guido as a legitimate leader of the South American country has repeatedly called on embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to step aside. Boeing reportedly making software updates for their seven thirty seven max that'll mandate a cockpit warning light. That's previously has just been an option. Sources say the warning light could've alerted pilots to problems that might have led to two deadly crashes. Within the span of less than a half year safety feature expected to be part of the updates for the max fleet that's been grounded worldwide since this month's Ethiopian Airlines crash killed one hundred fifty seven people New York. Mets changing their city field address in honor of franchise legend, Tom Seaver, what app in their one hundred twenty six street address in flushing queens will now be known as forty-one Seaver way this June. The Mets are honoring the fiftieth anniversary of the club's nineteen sixty nine World Series championship Seaver announcing that the hall of fame a few weeks ago. He's retiring from public life after being diagnosed with dementia..
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"People who died young students staff members in the shooting at parkland, Florida at the Marjory stoneman Douglas high school exactly a year ago. And I wonder as you went around Aurora and spoke with the people of that town did the anniversary come up that did come up. You know, many many people were were. Just thinking about the immediate tragedy right there in their own hometown. But but it did come up talking to people. There's actually a resident of Aurora named Greg Zana's who long before this happened. He had gained some national renown for going out to mass shooting sites across the country and putting up crosses to memorialize the dead when I spoke to him yesterday. He pretty quickly brought up the fact that that we had just been morning. The people lost it at parkland. It just seems like America doesn't get a break. But. We never let something like this. What happened in our cone? You know, this is our town. Went up. Our streets are covered in blood. So that was Aurora resident Greg, Janice. Well, Patrick Smith of WBZ in Chicago. Thanks so much for being with us. Patrick. Thanks for having me. The national debt past twenty two trillion dollars this week the highest amount ever and deficit. Hawks aren't really screeching to talk about. How we got here. What it might mean is Bob Brian. He's a senior policy reporter at business insider, Mr Brian thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. President Trump campaigned on a pledge to not just reduce the national debt but eliminated. So how did we get to the biggest national debt ever? There's a long history. And there's a short history. The long of it is for the last thirty years. We haven't been taxing as much as we spent. That's the simple way to put it. If you're looking in the short term a lot of it is we're spending a lot of money on an aging population. In just the last few years, we've seen the Republican tax reform laws actually slash taxes, which is brought down the revenue coming into the country into the treasury and at the same time, the congress agreed to this two year spending Bill which really raises the amount of money. We're spending on various programs now, the whole logic, though of cutting taxes, of course, was to increase public spending. And thereby that Bank shot would increase tax revenues ultimately. Yeah, that's the idea. We've definitely seen corporate tax revenues drop-off last year, we saw corporate tax revenues after their tax rate was cut fell off a cliff significantly. We haven't seen that on the personal side yet. But the idea is that even if you cut taxes and lower revenue in the short run that the economy grows so much faster that your revenue is going to overall in aggregate get higher at the same time. You know are spending has been going up. So it's unclear whether or not that's really happened now years ago, I covered the bankruptcy of a great American city. And I know one of the problems that they had to confront was paying the debt service. They had to pay that off before anybody else got paid. Yeah. Debt services..
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"Says so CAL's wet weather will likely continue for months climatologists, say El Nino conditions are likely to continue into the spring. Mike helper says that favors above normal rainfall. You know, maybe a month or two that that we could see some, you know, increased storminess he says this El Nino event is a week one. So it's hard to expect much from it. Downtown LA has already passed its seasonal average for rainfall. The yearly tally doesn't end until October. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news activists in LA say plans to expand the border wall will be fatal for immigrants angelic Asala says the wall ships where people get into the country when crossing the border illegally. To go to more treacherous areas in the border region. About a dozen activists held a Diane today outside LA city hall, claiming thousands of people have died of the desert because of border security lands. Bill passed in the Senate has given conservation efforts so Calabuig assist less than two weeks ago. Joshua tree. National park was threatened by the shutdown. Now, it's set to be enlarged. Last is a great term friends of Joshua tree. President kenji. Her attorney says it was a bit surprising to see the additional forty five hundred acres for JT in the Bill. Good step in the right direction. And I think that it's consistent with what Americans say they are attorney and says the ad acreage will be contiguous to the park. And really what that does. Is it creates a better management regimes? The Bill also sets aside thirty five thousand acres at death valley in adds a quarter million protected acres in California. Chris ancarlo KFI news, hundreds of thousands of students around the country bowed their heads in a moment of silence to Mark the first anniversary of a fatal mass shooting in parkland, Florida, fourteen students and three staffers were killed during the shoot. Marjory stoneman Douglas high school the student says she hopes better days are ahead..
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on KGO 810
"A happy Valentine's Day. I'm telling you for the parents. In parkland, Florida the classmates in parkland, Florida, the here we it's a year. It's a year. Don't worry. We'll switch to Valentine's Day topic here in a moment. We'll have Dr Jan join me in just a few minutes, but a year later where are we? We just heard twelve hundred and forty nine kids have died at the end of a firearm. Not suicide just under a thousand more from suicide with a firearm. How how do you look at dang? Oh, yeah. No. I mean, really thoughts and prayers thoughts and prayers. That's all we can do thoughts. Do anything by God's? Really? I mean, I just I'm so curious about that. Because the data shows that your thoughts and prayers aren't doing anything. The data shows that thoughts and prayers in response to this has done nothing. Nothing. I have to school age kids. To school age kids. And I'm not gonna lie every day when I bring him to school. I do take them to school every day. Tell him. I Make sure that I am by the way. What's a what's a great reminder of making sure to say, I love you and never ever forget that when you dropped your kids off at school. Oh, I don't know the. Horrific anguish of Fred Gutenberg, one of the parents of one of the parkland victims his daughter, Jaime. He tweeted out exactly one year ago to the minute at around seven AM, I sent to kids to school only my son Jesse. Came home. Jamie was murdered in school. What he wrote? I am forever. Haunted by my memory of that morning rushing. My kids out the door rather than getting one last minute decided I say. I love you. That was his anguished tweet early this morning right around the time. A year later that he got his kids out the door picture of him with his daughter who is no longer with us because of this. Horrific you now, you can argue all you want failures of law enforcement. You can argue, hey, why did this guy? Why was he able to get a firearm? Great while they passed a law that maybe would help. But the point is still this. He got his hands on firearms. He pulled off an execution did the murder of fourteen children. Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, and it's happening on a daily basis. And the right wingers want to sit there and say, well, there's nothing we can do. It's a societal problem. Yeah. Okay. I'm not gonna lie. Of course. It's a societal problem. And they have ready access to guns. Well, but knives kill people. Yeah. And they don't kill fourteen in a matter of moments the same way, do they? It's different. You don't make it easy to commit mass murder. Let's make it harder to commit mass murder in this country. Let's make it. So parents don't have to as I every time. I take my kids to school. I checked the perimeter of the school again, I was at a Valentine's Day dance with my kids in my wife the other day at their elementary school the other night, and what am I doing the whole time looking around keeping my eyes open are there people who are acting weird suspiciously? Am I keeping him? I I'm watching the entrance and exit all of them. I'm not able to sit there and just enjoy the dance. Why? Because school shootings are commonplace. Now. Is that how we want to raise our kids? Hey, guys, you don't have tornado drill. So I grew up a tornado drills. Hey, guys, you just have an earthquake drill. You got an active shooter drill any day at any time. Somebody could come into your school with a firearm and start shooting and killing people. Let's prepare for that. That's insane. And I am not making any type of a judgment about mental health, etc. I'm saying to live that way is not sane. Yet. We continue down this path Republicans used to have some concept of this idea that, hey, maybe we ought not to do this even Justice Scalia for you right wingers is the one who wrote section three in the DC versus Heller decision. That says. Yeah, of course, you can control and limit firearm ownership there's a long history, he judges everything back into the eighteenth century eighteenth century there, you could limit firearms. There were things against concealed weapons cetera. He says as much so what the hell are we waiting for? Are you? I mean, apparently, you're so removed from putting kids in body bags. Go do that sometime participate in a funeral service for a child who died because somebody was able to get their hands on a firearm Amiga really easy to kill them. Go participate in that people. Who are always have really what I consider to be odd ideas about homelessness, etc. Google on tier at a shelter. Go hand out food. Go work at a food Bank. Go work with homeless people. You'll have a different perspective on it very quickly. Then you're harsh judgment from a distance because you've never had to participate. Go walk around the school, go work with professionally. I know a guy who's in charge of security for a school district. Then the way he has to think now about entrances, and exits now, you control entry you prevent people from getting and you can't stop everything. But you stop as many as you can. And you make it as hard as possible for those who want to commit harm on this kind of a mass scale. It's awful. I can't believe that we as a society, and we have a group of people in Washington DC can't get their arms around the idea that hey, twelve hundred and fifty kids in one year dead not because of suicide, but the end of the barrel of a firearm, and it's wrong. We need to be doing way more about it. All right. Well, it is Valentine's Day. So we are going to check in with the best in the business. She's from VH1.'s couples therapy and family therapy. A number of great books, including the relationship fix. Dr. Jen man joins me next. And we'll take your calls for Valentine's Day four one five eight hundred eighty eight. Behrman on K G L A ten..
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Extra subject to change one year ago today tragedy struck Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. Shots. I just ran off the property in the matter. Two minutes today, we honor the seventeen victims and their families. There are a number of fatalities. This is news talk eight fifty w. Of course, I'm always grateful when students are activated no matter, whether I agree with them or not and last year shooting at a Florida high school, certainly did spark a movement among the younger generation I had promised that. I would take some calls. If you would like to weigh in on this one year memorial to the students and the families and the faculty at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, please feel free to do that. Now, we have a caller on the line. Jackie in lake worth. You're on the air. Jackie. Good morning. Join for opening your show to calls. I listen to you every day. Thank you. I don't have a direct connection, but I did hug my tenth grader. A little tighter him off to school. And she was the one that called me about the shooting via tax last year. Marching band. Friends down in Broward are they compete together. And he was getting those Texan having them. He was just fine. Situation as everyone else was so we're spending much today. Children. And I think that, you know, you speak for a lot of parents who, you know, who who feel as though they were spared because they sent their kids off that day to school and never thinking that there would be a tragedy of this magnitude, right? You are going to a safe place. When I go to school that I know there's been a lot of changes, I share everyone's so grateful for. Yeah. Have you says your son? Yeah. Has your son experienced changes that make him feel safer at his school? Yes. He has told me they do active shooter drills. Now regularly messages from the principal and the day, they're happening. And there's a lot of communication. There's more police presence on the campus, and they have only one entrance and exit now. Yeah. Some of those things seem so so clear after the fact. You know, but we we as a society have to be more proactive in in in protecting not just our children, but our communities because this isn't gonna stop this isn't, you know, the the world is more chaotic than it's ever been before and people who are disturbed or on the fringe are going to act out. That's exactly what we saw happen in this instance. So we've got to be prepared for anything. My nose. Our school is having a week of kindness. Every day or day of kindness. This week every day this week. Nice today. There have their moment of silence for Marjorie stoneman, Douglas and. So it's a somber day it is it is. Like, I said, it seems poetic that it's also a was and you just want to share that. Yeah. I agree. Thank you so much Jackie. I appreciate your call. And of course, your emotion. I I the same thing happened to me when I started this show, you know, sometimes you think you have together. And then you just can't you can't, you know, speak without crime. But that that just proves that that our hearts are bigger than our brains. All right. Thank you so much for calling Jackie appreciate it. And I think that's really true one of the things that I learned last year. And look I have been reporting breaking news of this kind for twenty nine years. I was on the air when the Oklahoma City bombing took place. There was a daycare center in in the first on the first floor of that building reporting that was horrific. There was nothing on television. But firefighters and first responders carrying babies out in their arms. Many of whom were obviously not alive. There were people who were just devastated wandering the streets with the days look on their face. And I was on. I was on the air the day that nine eleven took place in case. People forget we watched horrific scenes people jumping out of, you know, hundred storey buildings. And and I I am better at the moment. Then I am after the fact because I think that what ends up happening is you become overwhelmed when you realize that those dangers are still out there that some things are changed and many things are not changed and for the individuals who were there that day. Many of whom are now away at college the level of post traumatic stress stress syndrome is enormous today is going to be a traumatic day for many of the residents of parkland in particular for the families who were so directly affected.
"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Now, I'm not gonna go so far as to call those red flags, but I'm saying if there's anyone in your life who has an obsession with death and talks about killing people. I might recommend you encourage them to seek mental health. We'll did you say that his ex girlfriend was telling everybody they should have seen this coming. Yeah. It seems a channel the information. Well, that's why I mean she's trying to deflect and say y'all should have seen this common. I broke up with them for this reason. But we'll have about the blood. That's on your hands lady. Okay. I mean, the guy gets kicked out of school me. Those are those are sense at everybody should know. I don't know what he got kicked out of school for. But I think that's always a sign when you get expelled. Well, that should have been on his record and should have prevented him in my opinion from getting gun, but he doesn't have a criminal background. So he would have passed a background check. We don't yet know how he got this weapon. We do however know that this mass shooting was at least the fourth mass shooting in Florida with five or more dead in the past three years twenty sixteen. Of course, we lost forty nine at pulse nightclub in Orlando five at the Fort Lauderdale airport in two thousand seventeen that we forget about seventeen at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and parkland, February two thousand eighteen seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five we'd even make it out of the first month of the year before we found ourselves in the news for yet another mass shooting. Live from the three O five. What's going on down south? Hey, drew. I'm actually I actually live in Cebrian. I just have a Miami number. I hear you. What's going on? I live over here and see bring in that location. You're asking why it took them an hour. I've got highlands county sheriff's age online. I get alert from them when things happened over here. They went in as a hostage situation. They didn't know if there were more people in the building and that location once they do find out they'd find out. He was in there by himself that SunTrust location has a highly reflective tint on their windows. So you cannot see inside the building. That's unfortunate. Yeah. Hard to suck unless you're right up on the window that sucks, you know, you see all these movies and everything where they can track through, thermal dynamics, and all that stuff, and you want it to be that way where they see that he's holed up in an office somewhere. And you want the satisfaction of one of our brave first responders putting a bullet through the scumbags Adam's apple, and and when you see him dragged into custody, even if you study them, even if you do research on them, you cut them open, and and poke in that brain of his still not enough to to make up for the fact that we lost five women at a Bank yesterday. Thank you guys. Love the show. Appreciate that. Thanks. That's important insight. I'd like to I'd like to take back if I may my earlier questions about why it took an hour to breach that building. Magic that back. Oh, yeah. Thank you. Hey, I love the show. I feel like the situation would be a little bit different. If it happened in Grady county. I mean, look. He's probably not wrong. I think Grady himself might have found a way to get to this scumbag and would have said, well, he fell down a couple of times on the way to the to the jail and God dang eighty broke his neck. So I don't know. I mean, it's the easiest thing for us to do to try to. Yup. Hey, they should have done this. Or this guy would have done a better job. Yeah. Even when you see these very God. I don't know if you guys saw the guy the kid who got pulled over because some stupid white lady knows nosy busybody called the cops. This kid was trying to fix some plastic molding black dude trying to fix his car. So this lady sees it happening. And of course, because he's black and she's white. She thinks he's stealing a car. Just take the time to go. He might be fixing something. So she calls nine one one was in her car. No, no. So what happens they pull this? I think he's an engineering student or something he gets out of his car. They see put your hands down. He takes a half a second before he put they they tackle him open hand smack him, and they subdue him on the ground and then the arrest them for listing arrest, even though he has the registration that proves that. It's his car that by the way is why people Neil okay case, you're wondering in case, you need a crash course on why civil unrest is worth protesting. There's your story right there. You might not like that is done on or was done on the miracle. And flag. You just have to understand why I don't even know if I would call the cops if somebody was telling my own cars, like just go take it, and we're gonna we're gonna hammer this out later with insurance go take the car. Hello. Hey, how are you? Hey, hey, Steve. Calling in regard to this topic. I just wanted to say on earth collartoo on every day. Okay. Thanks, seventy seven five seven nine one hundred five like what what's the difference between ten and two thousand what we're in this furrowed successor. Thank you, very kind of you. Enjoy our show. You don't need to bring anybody else on the first time callers today. Yeah. Half of them. If that's your first time calling. I don't need. No that we need number two. I appreciate the support. You don't like it. Now, I don't like anything that pits us against. I know. But you know, we're not we're a little different number one baby. Hello. Seventy-seven? Hi, what's up? Oh, I just wanna say hold on. I gotta walk out of the house. That's not to say you. Call just to say hold on. Ladies. I mean, I've heard some bizarre reason Sakala radio show before, but you're sitting there, and you're about to walk out of the house said. Hold on. I'm gonna walk out of the house. 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"stoneman douglas high school" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Yeah. Six nine definitely a little bit mobile ramp. Anyways, Tele friend, tell an enemy tell Don lemon, Jim Kosta or some other retard that works at CNN just tell somebody in now man of the year. All right, slowly, inadequate. I'll go all right show him running stuff. So while running a little bit I'm going to encompass a lot of people into one, and they are going to be named this. But I'm going to give one name to it's okay. Just to kind of give an example at the type of people I'm talking about. And I'm talking about the every day heroes in America. And there's that that are that. I don't want to say our unsung. They get there. They get their moment in the sun. But it's an hung, right. But it's fleeting. It's twenty four hours forty eight hours in our ever changing new cycle because we gotta make way for witch hunts and these people don't get what they deserve. And I'm talking about people like Erin Feis. I think everyone you're not going to know him off the top of your head. But you remember everybody remembers last February and Majorie stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida where there's a shooting and Aaron was at football coach who died shielding three students with his body saving their lives. And not now, obviously, not always with school shootings. But we got stuff like, you know, we've got guys putting their life down on the line. We've had stories about people stopping robberies in waffle house getting shot multiple times saving while you're there. Let's go hit mine was going to be James junior waffle house. He's shooting. And that's what I want to say those type of people because we try and highlight those people on the show doing everything to him. Not only did he stop a shooting at the risk of his own life. But then they started a me for him. He took the money and gave it for the burials of the people who were killed there. And then had also inspired children who have to dress up like him is Halloween. So I'm glad that he's a real hero. But this type of thing America is still the greatest country on this planet and the greatest force for good. We still have the best most moral heroic people on this planet and they're doing they're laying down their line. For absolute strangers that they have nothing in common. Other than the fact they're Americans just like them and people like who west just brought up and Aaron Feis they sadly there just a blip in the twenty four hour news cycle. But there's people like them. There's men and women like them every single day doing heroic acts that don't get enough attention because Trump tweeted this and Jim Acosta scream that or this football player took a knee or this baseball player. Hit a home run. We're focused on too many different things while people like this aren't getting the credit. They deserve. I need to go next. Trump that. No, I'm not gonna try trumpet. I'm gonna try to add to it because mine was very long the same lines a little bit different. But same kind of people. So my son joined the army this year west is boys joined the navy in the last few years and they're going for special warfare. When I went to his boot camp graduation. I saw how many young kids were still lying up going to boot camp marching out proud to serve their country. I was very moved. Because when you look at the news, all you see is chaos, and like you were saying all the bullshit and the only the heroes. They get that little blip and they're gone. But there are a lot of good Americans out there. I just wanna throw them into that pile and agree with you the average. Unsung quote, unquote hero of America. If you will that are still out there, and you're not getting any attention by the media. They want us all to believe that being drudge in this little pussies is the way to be. And it's not true. There's a lot of good people out there doing the right thing. So. Once again, we're best friends. We just made a gay. Yes. Sorry. Sorry song heroes. We didn't mean to do that. But. What do you got Mitch? Oh little.
Cuomo offers legal help to detained pizza man
"Dot us to set up your free account today that's zoom dot us zoom video conferencing news talk eight fifty w f t l it's eighty three degrees in delray beach it's eightysix degrees in vevey president trump is looking forward to next week's summit with north korean leader kim jong un in singapore meeting with japanese prime minister shinzo obey at the white house today trump stressed he does not need to do much preparation he said it's about attitude and whether there's a desire to make things happen trump noted he's been preparing for a long time house republicans continue to discuss immigration but have yet to strike a deal the capital today house speaker paul ryan said republicans are still trying to find a path forward on immigration reform house republicans met behind closed doors for more than two hours this morning but were unable to find a consensus new york governor andrew cuomo says the state will provide an illegal immigrant from ecuador with free legal representation after he was detained while delivering pizza to a brooklyn army base cuomo released a statement saying that pablo via of incensio has detainment is a wrong minded immigration policy grounded in bias and cruelty the man was detained a few days back when a background check at the fort hamilton army base showed he agreed to leave the us in twenty ten and then never did the father of a stoneman douglas school shooting victim is stepping down from the state commission that's looking into the valentine's day tragedy a letter of resignation from andrew pollock was read into the record by the chairman the pinellas county sheriff bob gualtieri the commission began two days of meetings this morning pollock lost his daughter meadow says he'll be spending his time and resources conducting his own independent investigation and backing school board candidates who he says share his views on campus safety guatieri said he'll work with the governor's office and finding a replacement for the commission ron hersi news talk eight fifty w f t l hey it's barsky on the next barsky rate radio are you a fan of mma some people saying it's that extreme enough well they're rampant it up i'll tell you about that and there's very little in offends me bomb actually going to share something with you that does offend me check us out at three zero six right here at eight fifty w f t l attention all trump's supporters are you interested in bitcoin and.