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Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
"Stories we are Following, of course, is the Senate Republicans blocking passage of an infrastructure bill yesterday, much to the dismay of Chuck Schumer and the Democrats joining us now with details on why and how it was blocked as foxes. Rachel Sutherland Good morning, Rachel. Hey, Good morning, David. Amy. Yeah, this came down to not having legislative text of this proposal. It's a little over a trillion dollars funding core infrastructure, So it's pretty popular with the American people. But Republicans are saying We don't know what's in it. They'd also like to see a score from the Congressional Budget Office was the government's bean counters. They don't know how it's going to affect the bottom line. The White House is saying, Look, this is just a procedural vote to move to proceed to debate on the proposal. So no big deal in doing that you could work on the legislative text, but Republicans did go ahead and block flat last night. They are expected to then. Come back on Monday and try again.
Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy
"No capitalism. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. That's the message from President Biden as he signed a sweeping executive order yesterday aimed at boosting business competition and reigning in big business buyouts and mergers. I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. No America can't succeed. Less American business succeeds. So let me be very clear. Capitalism without competition isn't capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order directs federal agencies to implement more than 70 initiatives to promote competition within the economy. The action will apply to various industries, including big tech, healthcare and airlines. Executive order will likely face legal action from businesses. Foxes. Rachel Sutherland, a Louisiana
Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul
"Rachel Sutherland at the White House. President Biden has fired the Social Security commissioner after he refused to resign, The White House says. Biden asked Commissioner Andrew Saul to resign and solves employment was terminated when he refused. Deputy Commissioner David Black agreed to step down. Both officials have
Court Finds US Air Force 60% Responsible for Texas Shooting
"A federal judge in Texas finds the air Force mostly responsible for the deadly 2017 Sutherland Springs church shooting, the judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley, had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base. And the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. ABC is Aaron Carter
Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge
"The judge says the air force's mostly at fault in a twenty seventeen Texas church attack a federal judge has ruled that the U. S. Air Force is largely responsible for a former servicemen killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in twenty seventeen US district judge in San Antonio ruled that the Air Force was sixty percent responsible for the attack at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs because it failed to submit Devin Kelley's criminal history into a database that should have prevented the government from purchasing the weapon used in the attack Kelly served nearly five years in the airforce before being discharged in twenty fourteen for bad conduct the attack remains the worst mass shooting in Texas history I Walter Ratliff
Air Force '60 Percent' at Fault in 2017 Texas Massacre
"In Texas, ruling that the U. S Air Force is mainly responsible for the deadly 2017 church shooting in Sutherland Springs. The judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base, and the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski former
"sutherland" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Days and eventual release. Thanks for nasa. Thomas sutherland had been held hostage for six years when he finally saw the release one of his cellmates. British journalist john mccarthy in august nineteen ninety one days later the guards returned to take another of sutherland's confidants out of the room never to return. Finally the men entered sutherland. Sell one morning and told them the plan. I want american would be released then. One britain would follow then one american than another britain and so on a november eighteenth. Nineteen ninety-one sutherland. Cell door swung open. It had been two thousand three hundred and fifty three days since his capture armed hezbollah guards entered and told him they had good news. Everything had been organized to send mr sutherland in another hostage. Terry waite home that evening as the guards exited mr wait. Stop them. He said you know you only a watch. You stole my watch twenty minutes later. One of the henchmen returned with a watch for mr weight and mr sutherland. They dubbed the time pieces. There has below watches later that day. Lind and wait. Were both retrieved blindfolded in thrown in the trunk of a car eventually the vehicle came to a halt in sutherland. In wait were pushed out of the car. They were left in the dark as it sped off a moment a man emerged from the shadows. He said his name was general. Lule from the syrian intelligence agency. The words that followed were music to sutherland's ears. The general said welcome to freedom but freedom and nothing without his wife after confronting a barrage of reporters. Sutherland was finally allowed to speak to jean over the phone. His eyes welled up and his voice quivered heard her voice for the first time in six years. The two would have a lot of catching up to do back in colorado. When sutherland got to fort collins he was overwhelmed. His neighbors had fastened yellow ribbons to their trees sutherland. Spent the next twenty five years making up for lost time. He reunited with his wife. Children and grandchildren wrote a book about his experience and even took up to thomas. Sutherland died on july twenty. Second two thousand sixteen at the age of eighty five sutherland said before he passed that he never looked back on his experience with anger or regret. Instead of focusing on the time he lost he.
South Korean President to Meet Biden at White House
"Biden will play host to the president of South Korea later today during his first bilateral meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae in President Biden suspected to bring up denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula. But what about future in person meetings with North Korean leader Kim Jong hoon? I don't expect that to be top on his agenda, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters had two leaders will also discuss economic partnership. China in climate Fox is Rachel Sutherland.
Two SC Deputies Fired for Killing Black Man Jamal Sutherland
"Walker, a South Carolina sheriff has fired two deputies involved in the January death. Of a South Carolina jail inmates with mental health issues. Video clips have just been released, showing deputies repeatedly deploying stun guns and kneeling on the back of Jamal Sutherland before he
Increased Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments to Start in July
"Of up to $300 per child will start going out to families is that enhanced tax credits starting July 15th. Normally, families have to wait until taxis in the claim the credits. Families could receive a total $3600 per child under the age of 5 $3000 for kids up to 17 boxes, Rachel Sutherland. The payments were phased out
Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit
"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily
Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance
"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C
Boston Red Sox Ready To Welcome Fans Back At Fenway Park
"Air. But the Sox are ready for first pitch on a brand new season. Fans cooped up for too long or bursting at the seams waiting to bust through the turnstiles this afternoon, a limited capacity crowd at Fenway today and covert protocols will be in place. BBC's James RoHaas is at the ball park this morning, which is already buzz in Good morning, James. Yeah. Good morning, so fans anxious to get back inside to watch Boston take on Baltimore, some of them already waiting outside the gates. Drew Sutherland is a die hard Red Sox fan and has been coming to opening day for the past five years. Federally for expected place on Earth and I usually try and get toe 2030 games a year, But Been tough, less You have to be able to go down here so Just the whole atmosphere is my favorite place to be now he's working today, so he just thought by to encourage another friend who has been out here since four o'clock this morning. Meanwhile, the 4500 fans who are getting inside under the state's 12% capacity limit. Are going to have a much more spacious and safety orientated day with multiple safety precautions in place. But you know, at this point, anything is better than nothing. First pitch at two Tim at Fenway James RoHaas
Biden May Take Executive Action On Gun Legislation
"After two mass shootings in two weeks. The white house hints that president biden may take executive action on gun control white house. Press secretary jen. Psaki says president biden isn't waiting for congress to fail on gun. Reform telling reporters executive orders are leaving. There's current discussions and analysis internally of what steps can be taken that that has been ongoing for several weeks even before these two recent tragedies sake wouldn't say the white house with craft its own gun. Reform legislation to house passed bill. Strengthening background checks face tough. Opposition into equally divided senate executive actions on gun control. Most certainly face legal challenges. Rachel sutherland fox
President Biden is expected to discuss the pandemic today at his first news conference.
"President Biden will no doubt talk about Vaccines Cove in 19 and the economy. At his first full news conference today. The president's news conference coming more than two months after he took office is expected to cover a wide range of issues. Including the pandemic, migration on the southern border gun control and a massive infrastructure plan that's in the works also watch for questions on international affairs, including North Korea's launch of two ballistic missiles. And when will U. S troops leave Afghanistan aides have been prepping President Biden to face off with reporters, complete with a mock session. Rachel Sutherland.
Biden gears up for his first official White House press conference
"Today corresponded Rachel Sutherland has more watch for the president to field questions of the southern border new spending initiatives, including a proposed infrastructure bill that could cost $3 trillion and gun control. The White House has signaled the executive orders on guns could be coming in the aftermath of recent mass shootings. The news conference comes more than two months after the president took office later than any of his predecessors and four decades the president has been preparing with AIDS grilling him during a mock session. Reporters will gather in the East Room of the White House for the event during the one P.m. hour Eastern Rachel Sutherland. Fox News
White House officials, lawmakers to tour border facility
"And members of Congress will tour a migrant holding center today, and the media will tag along the trip to a migrant influx. Entering Carrizo Springs, Texas, comes his calls mount for President Biden to travel to the border himself. White House press secretary didn't sake says one network camera will be allowed inside with footage to be shared. Our balance is, of course, privacy. As you all know, it is also that were in the middle of a pandemic. These facilities, of course, can't become forms for media access all day long every day. The Carrizo Springs facility currently houses more than 750 teenagers. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland Republicans are fighting for more media access. Senator Ted Cruz, who will travel to the border on Friday, says the president doesn't want the American people to see kids in Biden cages a short time ago, The president said that Vice President Kamala Harris will lead US efforts with Mexico and Northern Triangle countries to stem the flow of migration. Another
Biden Sends Top Officials To Mexico As Border Surge Continues
"I'm Steve Rappaport. Top U. S. Advisors on border and Immigration issues will meet with officials in Mexico tomorrow to address the surge of migrants at the southern border. The White House says. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson, coordinator for the Southwest border, will meet with Mexican officials to develop an effective and humane plan of action to manage migration. Senior director for the Western Hemisphere Juan Gonzalez will join her the travel comes is the bite administration grapples with overcrowded Border patrol facilities. Fox is Rachel Sutherland. The Biden administration calls the
House Democrats to Make First Attempts at Immigration Reform Under Biden
"I'm Dave Anthony Fox News, Others I am gazing and revisionist history. Saying that all was well at the border on the last administration. Nothing can be further from the truth. Congressman Bennie Thompson also blames Republicans for fearmongering amid a migrant surge of the border. They'll consider two bills today. Fox is Rachel Sutherland as more live Dave. One bill would give legal status is some two million so called dreamers people brought to the U. S illegally as Children. Another would give green cards around a million farm workers. Republican Congressman Matt Gates plans to vote No, I'm both accusing Democrats of trying to seize power through massive McGraw. Asian, telling Fox News. Our goal is to ensure that the American people are protected that the American workers protected and that we protect our national security. Both pieces of legislation are expected to pass the house but face an uncertain future in the Senate. Dave Rachel. They're individuals across the country for the victims of
"sutherland" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast
"It hasn't gone down but the irony of course is the that actually the ultimately the costs to society of treating mental health end up being far greater than the costs would have been keeping people well in the first place and you could make the same argument about lots of things that those other things that police officers are involved. But it's kind of this hugely short-sighted position that says what we haven't got time to do that and we can't afford to do that as a consequence of which we ended up actually taking longhand spending money. I made so full of madness. It absolutely is in. Look at some of the mateen's Around the room and you look at the salaries involving those individuals and you think To look i. We can chinese because it he's mountainous totally agree you. We just ate those tight more effort. Sometimes david bodily Ronald goldman sachs john. I think we both audiences by the what we're trying to do. He just get the audience to think about it really. I think it's about the in thinking about how we can change things on again. La elliott's hiking. i rarely taken out for epping. Bald bain bain. So of united courageous to do something different. We'll time i get that probably switching a little bit of mental health as well. I think he's obviously also combined but again one of the things that really probably may at the moment is emma of young people that are involved in violent crime young people particularly in london. Elda we all seeing it across the only this week in birmingham Has been three amulets arrested for murder of a fifteen year old ones fourteen. Once fifty one sixteen troubles made the amount of crime that was saying guns with paypal. County loins which is obviously yelm involved in the criminal exploitation of young people into the drugs trade again. John which we've go wrong. Gosh where to begin. Maybe the best way to answer that is to to give you a a relatively brief case. Study because this one of the subjects. That i feel most passionately about knife. Crime and violence evolving young people. is a humanitarian disaster on. It's happening all watch in our country. I it's no good just standing there ringing all hands and and watching the madness of history repeating itself. It's no good waking up every day to the repetition of the same old headlines. That's not fix anything I often use the example of boy. Could billy smith He's not a real boy is he's a figment of my generation. But but he says he has in common an awful lot of things with with real people. That i've mentioned had dealings with down. The is an annual case. Study billie is arrested at the scene of a fatal stepping. And let's be honest between the of may he did in in the period immediately following the focus whether it's a scotland yard or on the floor of the house of commons or in the pages of the media the focus will be on. What's most immediate a not..
"sutherland" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"All we heard was hail damage on those. Whoa for one minute did we think that they were there for our case? I guess it's the I guess now, of course, it's a label off. It was under Richard Branson at the time as well. Yeah. Yeah. So Richard Branson, so obviously it's whole high-profile just from that alone cameras. So, how do you feel about what's going on today? You know, do you are you looking for a thousand just like how do you answer this? Because if you don't tempt fate, yeah, so we we went in and we had our first a hearing I can't remember how many days off. In total, but after all of the case had been heard and the judge compiled everything that you needed to hear the judge took four days. He said he's going to deliberate so all days. Yeah you sure he wasn't just playing golf or two of them for days. Wow. He said he's got a four hundred papers just from your side only. Yeah, I mean and by then he had accumulated a lot more. She took four days to deliberate. You know, where by we were going to come back for his verdict. and while I'm in the court I'm sitting there thinking what month is going on cuz all of this legalese talk and drug and it kind of goes over your head of it. Unless you're well-versed in certain, you know subject matters. I remembered after about the first hour or so. I saw my phone went off friend of mine in Cypress said care of can't believe that you done it off or huh. So, you know, I'm glimpsing at my phone phone bleeped. Again. It's another friend in Tenerife. We're all done Kev. Congratulations. My phone's keeps buzzing long as people congratulated me from the outside. You're in the court. Thank you. It was only afterwards. I realized that the BBC team the were sitting in on hearing they're used to hearing the summing-up of these kind of cases and they were hearing certain key words and certain phrases which told them that we took enough to win this case. They were going out reporting to the outside world and it was popping up on internet screens the first one A friend of mine from Cyprus. She actually worked with a news station off-site, press. Okay, so she was she got it first. Yeah, so it was coming up Liberty wins big tree branch and losses, you know, it was okay when screen wow in real time, but We did not know we had done enough to winter when you finally heard it in the courtroom though. You must that must have been a sight like a well the funny thing the judge looked over his and said you do realize Mister Sutherland that this ruling today will be around a lot longer than you are. I didn't really read into the off the whites of what he was actually saying. Yeah, he was basically making a statement this case it set a new precedent in intellectual property law and will now be studied by.
"sutherland" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"High court of justice where I had then large my claim now when you go in to the hiking's adjusts to a large a claim you get a lot of press and reporters and people kind of concrete in the mall cuz they want to know what's going on here. So they can look on what it's called The Daily call sheet and that daily call sheet basically tells them who's suing who what's potentially gong to be heard? Okay, and then randomly I started getting calls. Is it true that you're suing someone? Who is this? How did you get my number? Is it true? I always find that like the Press. I don't know how they do it. They can get your details. Like, you know off-beat said how do you know what's going on? So I'll take that as a yes then so so that means they have they have access to what you've brought in. They can see if there's been a submission for a case to be. Okay, so they can see who versus yeah, that's what I get. So and so versus so basically the first hearing now there's different parts of the the high court. I saw the Dodge Charge. I need given the green light to go further. Okay, so they've looked at your claim and they've looked at visas response. Yeah, and they said there's a key to be argued so you okay. So but the point is now I am in this on my own litigant in person. Okay, you see solar wage? Riding Solo well trying to Take On The World. Yeah, and on the actual official documents. It was my surname Sutherland and others versus okay Sutherland and others at first suggests fee to the others meaning your legal team your numbers find members. Okay your band, you know and a lot of those law firms that I went to initially a couple of them actually said to me that I could end up owing the moved in the region of 1.3 1.4 a minimum. All right, after costs and everything off the cost down goes wrong one point four million with this if this goes wrong, that's what I could easily end up owing them your heart must have been Russia. Yeah, and you still went for well. Do you know if you like you said if you put in the four hundred Pages listen, I go get back my my cost per day what made it because that's when I think wage. Real kind of stress level started to escalate. So basically litigation is is a series of hearings leading up to a trial what happened is why this small my never usually get through that process as because they never get through the hearings if there are costs orders against you during those hearings was a cost order for example, the very first hearing.
"sutherland" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"Hello, my good friends. Thanks for taking the time to listen to another episode. Today's episode is taken from a very long conversation. I had with a long-standing friend of mine. My musical director, Kevin Sutherland wage is a hugely talented guy. He's worked on all of my tours in the early days mostly just on keys, but very quickly he became my musical director and he has been for many years now now it wasn't meant to be such a long conversation wage, but we had a map in a while. So the inevitable happened and we spoke for about three hours was actually about three and a half hours the bit of the conversation. I thought I'd bring to you guys though is he told me a story about a few bands. He created growing up the name that the first band was infinity and the name of the second band got him into a historic legal battle and one that made a very very big difference to artists and musicians and probably their most important commercial.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"That would be you know another team collaboration. in the US like I mean it's American. American artists have always been foo fighter friend Dave Grohl. You know it'd be another dream collaboration pink. For so long. I just Love Your Work I. Love Music I love her. As a person Yeah, somebody like that, but you know. I'm just some kid in far north somewhere. Who knows where? If if that would ever happen, but You never know there's you. You might be far north but like. Music and I'm sure you agree like music is universal, right? Percents. You'll, you'll sing in in I would I would it be quick to say cre-? You know when you sing and create? I might not understand it, but you could feel it right. There's a feeling you get from us it. Well. Let me. Ask you agent. I've kept you for for seven minutes longer. But this is a question. We sort of end. Our chats with What are you curly listening to these days? Currently I've been listening to Mostly playlist on on apple like new rock. this into a Lotta classic love songs. A mostly play listing right now. Just yeah I I. I don't know what it is supposed question. I've been listening to let a classic love songs. LOT OF NEW ROCK ALTERNATIVE You name it. Yeah just just a lot of old country to classic country I like listening to release Willie's Roadhouse on on Serious and creams recently I started listening to create hymns again part of I grew up listening to as a young boy in like way grandparents to. Listen to creams a lot and they would send him so. yeah. Adrian. Tell tell.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Data that I'm hoping that you know especially what we've gone through as A. As a country as a world as as as community here over the past three months, but even the past few weeks. It's I'm hoping that. As a people we become more. We have more embassy. You know for. Our neighbors for. The indigenous people that have been here since the beginning? have more empathy for. Black Canadians. Who you know? Face Racism. Systemic racism on a daily basis I hope all this is bringing to the forefront that that we should be more empathetic and understand. People in in really you know the end of the day. It's people that matters right. It's not whether we could. Get her haircut or go to the beach. Or things like that. You know it's it's we're. We're all huddled at home, trying to keep everybody else safe and so. I'm hoping that we become more empathetic and that we care we shall. We be cared more about about? Other people rather than always focusing on ourselves. And then agent. I've seen you do that with you. Know with your. This may be a bad segue to make, but with with your facebook live sessions. It's not something you have to do right, but. Tell tell me about that because it. You know I watched your past to ones earlier today. A lot of musicians are sort of trying to figure things out. How did you land on this weekly live sessions that you're currently doing? well. To be honest, I wasn't really crazy about it and they. Really feel like doing it, but I I. It was it was we started talking about how to kind of drive. Thing keeps driving things forward and making sure that. You know I'm still being active. You known terms of performing and. Looked like a lot of people who I who sort of in my. Circle rate people that I know in are just under out there and we're all in the same boat right now. Pretty much I mean. And you know just watching what they're doing. And and seeing the responses they're getting. It started to kind of. You know. Got Me going you know and got me wanting to do the same thing. And of course being here like I have challenges technical challenges. aren't like. Internet is not the greatest you know I. I wasn't quite set up. I had to figure out how to use the software and get all the hardware and you know. Make sure all these things can work together. And but anyway you know there's a learning curve involved, and we did the first two things, and I think the first one. It was funny. Because the first couple of minutes I think I didn't even know. It was live and I was just noodling around and. And like stone cold. Look on, they face. The CARDIS. But but on the second time around so a lot better and I'm actually going to be recording a half hour set for festival. They are on the evening and the whole thing. Get through without messing up. Yeah and I'm going to upload that file. It's GonNa, probably take. At least three days stop load, so Oh my goodness! So trying you know we're finding ways to. You know. Be Active rate and especially in this new new world. We're in right now, yeah. Are you? I I had asked to SASS Jordan a couple of weeks ago. If if she's been inspired to write. At this time. and. She was shocked, should just released an album in March and nobody had asked that question. Shut to think she goes no I I. Don't feel like writing right now particularly. What about yourself? Adrian does this. You, your I don't know whether you would have been on tour right now or recording in the studio recording an album. But has has this time. You being in Ottawa Scott are? You inspired to write at this particular moment. Yes definitely. I'm I've been writing and I coming from some good stuff. That I'm pretty excited to vote. I have been writing for the past year year, and a half of for Solo were full. Solo project so. There's quite a few songs that are pretty much. I you know demo quality that are done that I'm pretty pretty excitable. Some of them are collaborations. Some of them are. just me alone and I think. Re recently I felt really. I don't know like. I don't want to describe it I just felt like I wanted to. Work even harder and when get back to normal again. I feel like have so much more to offer. You know as an artist is songwriter and so much more to give. And I felt like I was built for this, and and and and it was built for this and on only bill, but bill for in a way that. I could stand the long haul right in in this industry. And I WANNA I wanNA keep going I. Want to you know. Keep the reaching as many people as I can and. Part of it is too I. Know What? I've seen now what this can do being an artist being a songwriter? Can Help me lift. My family and my life Out of poverty rate sure 'cause we grew up, I grew up poor groped nothing. My kids were in a little girls per spend the first few years in the stock with no electricity and. And and wondering water, and so I know that. Can Create. You know change for for me. My family and I think. That's what's driving. Meet right to continue to. Improve the life of my family and. People I care boat in my community and I think this is the this is the passport. I think I'm going to be able to do it. Nice I'm I'm looking forward to To both music from from yourself solo as well as a midnight shine. You've got a an amazing guitar player. I don't know his name but he can shred. He's really really good. Zach. Shredder yeah for sure and. He is pretty fun to be around absolute. Do you have any dream collaborations, Adrian? Keeping. Yeah actually I think about. I dream about these collaborations all the time. Actually Well Jim cuddy. You know he's one guy I'm big fan of. You know I'd love to do some music with Jim cutting someday and Actually know him, we played hockey together at the Juno Cup but. As far as music goes you know, we're not sort of at that level rate so. I like seating color. already been a big fan of. His you know piece music. Screen so?.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Was a response to the teen suicides. If I'm if, I'm correct. It's It something you know for for me, you know since. You know the past three four years. I've I've been trying to learn. More about the indigenous peoples. that that that live here? And the issues that they face. And things that I thought. I knew that I didn't know May maybe it started with with Gore down in the Downing Wind Jack Fund. and you know realizing that you know been. You know when I say. We know people that have come to this country that are not from here. You know we've been taking people for granted and really messing things up. How are things in a auto ops, are they? Are they any better? Are we seeing? is there still a water crisis? you know how the children there are there. Things are are things improving at all. It's a good question. I. I. It's hard to answer. It's hard to know and. I I don't see it improving, you know. Like, the water like I, don't know what's going on the water. It's been a year. Today. Still today I have no clue I tried asking several people that have emails into. DEBENHAM instauration. About status of our water, what's going on? like to know You know we haven't heard anything it's been. Almost a year I said. We haven't really heard anything other than the feds committing. Funds to address immediate. Needs I don't I. Don't know what's going on like I don't know why we can't get reports. You know updates. From them, too, so we can have. A piece of mind rate. still have. A huge drug addiction. Problem in the community is killing US killing killing our people. we're all affected by. We all deal with it. everyone everyone. Every person in this community is affected by that particular issue especially with the truck drug problem. We're having now. And I don't see anything really whole lot being done I mean there's some efforts being made, but these these. Real things need to happen. real action is what's needed right now, It's really it's pitiful. That's how I describe it. And! It hurts me and it's frustrating at the same time. To See this because I see it every day every day I. Feel it. I feel the emotion. You know. I gotta go talk. People down. That are in psychosis. Come around my business every day. Threaten kill me or threat. To do stuff you know link. it's very. I'm I'm living I'm Greg I'm living it. You know I'm grinding grinding it out here still. And it's hard I believe I believe in this community and. I'm believe these people I believe we're GONNA figure it out some day. Just hoping up and sooner than later. Yeah, I, mean you. You tell me this it's. It's. I'm floored because you know when when I see your. What you're doing now on your facebook, live sessions and I see the joy that you bring to people in. Knowing that in the background windows, Ten fifteen twenty minutes are up. You know you have to. You know you've got your. You've got family. Leave your grandfather. You've got so much responsibility. outside of the joy. You bring to people with your music. that. It's it's. I. Don't Know If commendable is the right word whether you want to hear word like that. But it's It's amazing what you can do. You know through through your music. I had. I don't know if if the name Nadia George. is familiar to you. She's A. She's an actress I think she lives in the Toronto area. She's among. mic-mac heritage. It's I'm saying. I know I know of her I. Her. Yeah. All her father on social media. Yeah, she I had the opportunity to interview her a couple of weeks ago. And she had a short movie out called along the water's edge again talking about the water crisis. And you know in that. The same gas gasmask you war. In your think in a tweet from last year. Are the same gas masks that they wear in this in this movie? talking about you know the the water issues that that many. Indigenous communities face. And I had asked her. You know what? What can I do like what? because I believe it's it's. It's an issue that all Canadians should whether it's you know water. Drug addiction housing, you know it's something that I take for granted. LIVING LIVING IN TORONTO. But knowing that a country as rich and resources as as Canada. Should not have people that. You know. Can't you know we're? We're telling people to stay home. Wash their hands. And in your community, you might be able to stay home, but How can you wash your hands? Right with water. That is, poison? What would you say to to to people like myself? How could we I'll ask you? How can someone like me? Held a community like yours. That's that's a tough question I get asked the question quite a bit and. One I guess first of all giving me this platform to speak today. I think it's is it goes a long way because. You know I don't know what to reach is like for for this podcast But I'm giving voice to talk about and and create that awareness. I think the more people that know about this in the more people that begin to discover the issues. We face here in indigenous communities in this country and the reality star system and the lies. That have been told. By, a government and people that have been in power. I think. I always tell people like if you if you're able to hold me isn't s and elevate me as an artist. You know I can help my people more. You know like I've been doing here like with using my voice to. To to create that awareness, you know and and talk about these issues. And let people forget about it, especially politicians and people in power, and not only politicians in federal writing or provincial, but in our local communities. In our regional tribal councils to you know. Do you need to be held accountable? We need we need to. You need to figure this out. There are people here that want to. Do stuff in their communities and. Like me no. you know if somebody asked me to look at this water issue I would gladly put aside everything to to to work on this water issue. To try to come up with a solution. You know but I've never been given an opportunity so I think. By helping people like me You know. There are a lot of people out there that come from these different communities different representations. and think by helping them helping elevate. Their them as artists, giving movie, giving them a voice and platform. To talk about these things. Is. It really does go a long way and and and. You know I i. think that's really the only thing you could. Do. You know sitting in Toronto and When you ask that question, what can I do help office got. Well realistically. What what can you do right it's it's such a I mean the issues are so complex. how you begin to unravel. Some of those things it's just. It's really really hard. Yes, it is and. I'm you know let's?.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"There and I didn't really know what I was doing I just wanted to do elemen-. Get it out and. So here we are. It I never expected to get the kind of response. I did from the first album and I never thought I'd find people here at home to to. That wanted to play my original music because. You know honestly I tried to get my original stuff into cover bands I played in over the years and nobody was interested at all. And when I met the other guys in the Ben, They suggested that we do the original stuff. And that's what we did when we first played together and. And it just you know people. Really Really Kinda. It towards the music and and. Just kept growing and growing the brand and. You know. I mean a lot of hard work went into a to and but I think a big part of it was at some point. Maybe. Five years ago I would say. I said I wanted to do this full-time and. when I stepped away from you know corporate. I was working in corporate. Corporate business. Stipulate from all that and and started pursuing this full time of course I still don't entrepreneurs while I owned a couple of businesses here in the community. So I've been focused on that and to try to keep myself afloat and. Keep driving. Keep driving this music forward and I think I'M GONNA. I think. I'm arrived at a certain. I know time in my career now where I feel like there's there's the doors are wide open I mean. couldn't be more happy and and with where I am right now and the opportunities that are coming my way. are just end. Listen I just can't wait. for you know things to get back to normal again in. Folks, you know folks, music and getting and playing. Sharing Music with as many people as I can. For sure I think the the last time I tried. Setting something up. You were in Toronto with. Tom Wilson and black and the Rodeo kings. What was what was that experience like for you to I? Think he went on tour with them in Ontario in Canada, right? Yeah, we did We did a an Ontario. They kicked off the tour here theriault. And I got to join him for that. Their first leg of their tour? and. That was for me a real. I opener in a real. Such a positive experience being able to see how these guys work, you know people have been in the industry for thirty plus years. And and you know two stories that they were saying with me and the advice that they were given to me. You know on everything, right? Make some gear to to you know performance to. You know and just I I just couldn't say enough good things about it I'm just so happy. I got to be part of that and. And I. Think there, maybe even. You know talks with me joining them for some more shows. One wants things. restriction start to get lifted and and people are allowed to go and perform again. In live and use. For sure. I read somewhere Adrian that prior to releasing politician men. You had wanted. I don't know if it was a conscious decision or not, but you stayed away from. Politics in your music. In, a wondering? Why that particular time! It wasn't twenty, eighteen or twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred, that song came in. Nineteen Twenty nineteen so so last year. Which feels like a lifetime ago by the way nowadays hit. Why why? Why at that particular moment, in time and You. Know where you were with your career. was. was that the right time to? Sort of. Poke. The bear is the right term, but. To to make a song like politician man. I think there's a number of reasons why you know chose to. To put out a protest song, they think. I'll start with. I guess the stage. I'm in my life right now. My my life seems more and more insignificant now. you know at the age I am now. I'm more thinking about my kids and my grandkids. No and And The legacy that I leave behind in. You know. I'm. You know when you look at his Scott in some of the issues that exist here. Like water contamination, right? I think that was one of the things that Kinda really pissed me off. Just not only as a musician, but I think it's just just as human being you know like. like one of the most basic human needs. You know I have no access to clean drinking water. My kids, my grandkids. Are So contaminated. He can't even bay there either the person the top. They can't crazy. How can this be? You know and I was so upset we learned. You know when we learned how bad the water was. was. So upset and you know and I felt so angry and. I. Think that's where the change. and. I think that's where it occurred. Felt like? You know got to do something to say something and and UH. Up until that point, I never really been politically charged and I. Like a lot of there have been politically driven. Not so much like not so much punching on those with them rain. or It's more. It's more like been trying to bring you in to have a conversation. and I think this song does that too because. I've never tried to break people down anyone down. Because I notice. There's no value that there's no benefit to break other town picking people down. I think this strongest is really. In general. It's. I don't. Forget, especially for the time we're in now with everything that's going on. I think it could be more important song. Yeah, that's so true for for for everyone. Right doesn't matter where you come from who you are. community to change you know it's it's it's time. It's it seems that I do OPPA Scott has? And rightly so. Influenced a number of your songs right politician man water crisis. I believe I need.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"The vocals lasts? Everybody was gone though Which who is WHO's engineering at the time assistant, engineer, studio, and everybody you know everybody buggered off, and it was just her and I and I just had to work with an Acoustic Guitar, and that's what we did, and it was kind of weird how it all came together in. Seem like to me like we're doing anything very special. Until. We heard the first mix right. It was like wow. That's amazing. It was amazing when we put it all together and we I hurt like new that we've done something pretty a pretty special with that song in. it's that is still like when I listened to it. It's just it sounds so good. I really really really enjoy doing that. And you've got your own spin to it, even You played. It was yesterday's Friday. You played it yesterday on your livestream in a soon as you hit the harmonica. He's doing it. He's doing the heart of gold. So near because some some songs, you know right away, right? For you to have put your own spin, I think that the chantey comes first. Chance you with a harmonica comes in I I think on that song freedom to channing this. Soon as I heard it, I, knew exactly what you're. What what song was coming up and I was really really excited to watch it. is in it. How does I'm always curious about how how this works in music? When you do cover like that, do you? Does your producer does your does the record company? Do you have to give Neal's people call? To get sign off on that. How does that were? Yeah. I mean We needed to get permission because we. We changed your. We change the song around. which we added the third I. If we. Had, kept the song the same like everything. We, wouldn't we wouldn't? We wouldn't need to request permission okay? As far as As far as I understand it anyway. Because, we added decree version, and we had to get permission from them. so we requested it and from from Neil Young's publishing company. And they were great We had really really quick response from them. Surprisingly They said yes. You can go ahead and. And do it and so we. We were pretty happy, but. We had to send in all the information to them, and we had to write out the cree language. In Rome Roman dogerthy. And then right, and then writing with translation on for them, so it was all there and. so that that? That alone to challenging because trying to. Increase language. There were no sometimes no. Worst described like English vocabulary. Gold doesn't have. His No word gold. Where we we we do, we do say We do have a word like for anything like Jim that come out of the earth. We'll just call him like money rock. Okay you'll money rock, so we calm like. Sydney, so if I were to say, you know. A heart of. Gold! You wouldn't make sense if I said that incre-, right. And then just inundated English obviously doesn't make any sense to, but. Yeah, so I had to, you know. What I used to describe it in Decree was like somebody who has a good heart rate. Makes Sense. Tell me out your Your musical inspiration I. Know Your Mom Played Guitar. Is that how you I? Have Music was first introduced to you. Yes my mom played. That's how I I was introduced to music playing guitar. Player probably. Remember. I must've been five six year old she she would play guitar in. There was a guitar always around the host so. They would always pick it up and just goof around with it. as early as five six years old and. That was my first inspiration and then where's? My uncles. All played the they had a band, and they played in, and I've always around. You know 'cause there's always music. So naturally. I fell into it and. I. Remember in my teens I really wanted to get on the stage, and really like be like them and. You know before and so I started to play stuff like CCR 'cause. That's what I was doing back in those days. Reserve. That sort of thing and billy idol and how? Things kind of things ever going on a rolling stones So those are the kind of songs I was be introduced initially but very first and foremost was. By far definitely, most inspired by mom and I remember this one moment. Specifically where? I was starting to play guitar and I wanted to play pipeline. Opening, riff the pipeline, right? She says. What are you playing and I said well? Pipelines, she's well. That's how you played in that. By this point. She hadn't played guitar for years years like. She grabbed guitar, and you should also play it and she played it perfectly. This is how you play. So, she's told me I play the rifts. All thing and so one special woman I share with my mom and. with music over. Always remember that that is nice. Self Taught, did or did you take lessons? was there a teacher up sky? No teacher, almost self taught I I started learning by using culture, and and and mostly by Your holy learn music. That is interesting. I need to congratulate you. You've got a bunch of. Good. Stuff has come your way. Know first off. The rerelease. Of James Bay, which was the debut album for midnight China back. Seven years ago I think twenty.
"sutherland" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Thank you so much for joining US Adrian. How're you? Doing very good, thank you. I have never been to to that part of the country office guide just. Just west of James Bay in my placing it correctly. We're actually yeah. We're actually on the coast of west coast of James Bay were where the the most northerly located community on the James, B. Coast. Can you. I don't know if you're sitting near a window where you are, but can you. Describe, for me. Either walk US skit. It's you could. Sure I mean I don't WanNa present day is It's a small. remote community flying community. And we're. We're still a hunter gatherer community we have been for. For as long as I can remember. Pretty Pretty simple living up here I mean there's like any other small community. We have We have a couple of little. Sit In restaurants, you have a local grocery store and a general store? no actual fitness. Few little fitness rooms here in community, that people have access to but Yeah I. Mean we pretty much have every other thing. No, no barber, services, or anything like that and. there is a pharmacy actually that open just over a year ago. Which is really? Let's get probably the biggest thing that changed in the last twenty years. Wow. I. I remember reaching out to Rosanna a couple of months ago. It might have been. April I think there. There was some news about You in your music. and. Had reached out to her and I asked I'd love. To speak to agent. I've been. she might tell you I've been trying to. Trying to speak with you since I, saw your Your heart of gold video which I fell in love with. By the way and the talk I lost you more about that later, but you were. You talked about The people in auto. OPPA SCOTS. Are Hunters and gatherers. She actually told me you you are. You had gone on a hunting retreat. Tell me about that because you went to win. Everyone was sort of shutting down and isolating and you had gone out into the world. I'd I'd love to know more about your retreats in and then how you found out about this Kobe situation where? Absolutely first foremost. I know was told me that you had been trying to to to set up a a an interview for quite some time, and it just hasn't been able to to work out, but we're finally able to do it so Yeah, I mean when when the? When when this virus had. I mean there was a lot of I think on the unknowns. when when we were in Saskatoon at the Juno Fest Juno, we That's when sort of everything sort. It's really hit me 'cause everything started to shut down every minute. Something else would be cancelled. It was just crazy. Right everything was. Changing so rapidly you know and you know I thought about you know. What I what I'm doing. You know certainly wanted to get home and. Be With my family during during that week, especially starting to hear about everything's certain shutdown. And like every year be Spring we plan on the land and we spent. You know as much time as we cannot air like two to three weeks depending on. Depending on my schedule and in the last. You know five six years has been really really hectic and have. Hunting shorts, the the hunting trips seem to be getting shorter every year just because schedule rate. And any but this year the Kobe. Virus sort of. I guess in some funny way allowed us to. To really get back to the land in a big way, and we spent a well myself I was back and forth for a couple of months, and then when we finally went out the family, we traveled two days. Out On the sea ice by snow machine, with all the kids and grandbabies and. By snow machines So, we we took took US two days to get up the camp We spent a whole month up there. Where do you go? About two hundred kilometers north of auto scat on place called the opening our rigor. That's where my family's. Land Is. That's where my mom and grandparents And so we go back to that area. That's where we hunts. He pretty much. I know it's pretty far because. Most of the people here now on the community had settled into biscuit Several clans that came from that area where I go on my family. And then several other other clans that came from up land, like up the river here. So, so you know rightfully, that's where I grew up hunting, and that's why I keep keep going back to that area. Quite a ways to get there to travel on by by skew anyway intro. depending on what time of year is to be pretty treacherous traveling up there but yeah. We spent the whole month we were prepared to stay. Up until July actually. Oh Wow. We're just going to be coming back. It was all basically hinging on this home. Bad This pandemic was going to be you know always being being a high risk community. concerns were quite quite The concerns were quite quite high the. You know they were expecting it to arrive here in and and and be very devastating for our communities. Especially because we're very under equipped, and then we don't have a lot of resources up here to deal with that type of thing. Yeah, so we were going to go to the land and be on the line and away from all that for at least three months as long as we needed to. And we, we came home You know. A little over a little over a month into everything was safe still in here in the community so. We chose come home..
"sutherland" Discussed on Dad Tired
"I'm there it's not mine craft but like I know that feeling of like win. Can I get back to that? Next thing I think with Elijah. It is really important to to have that conversation about man like is this is this. This seems to be taking over your mind right And be allowing him to kind of recognize like. What do you love about that? How does that work for you? I think the reset will help A. Hey Buddy. I've noticed. This is taking a lot of your time. This is A. You're not playing it but like your thought. Life belongs to God to and you need to make sure that that's not get in the way of your ability to do stuff and I assume it probably affects his emotions based on whether he gets it or not and is enjoyment of stuff that he used to love doing and he may not love as much now because this kind of new passions moved in. And that's not bad like it's not bad for kids to find new ways to express enjoy what we're looking for is when a new interest and generally and entertainment interest eclipses these passions. They've gotten all all using example for my son. So my son's six the oldest Owen and he superintendents like he's kept a calendar since he was four That not that is not for me that his mother He will the other day he looked at me. He's like Dad. Do you think today was a gold star day because like buddy like teach you gold star days like like. He's deciding if he deserves a sticker for the day right. So when when I look at Owen that he super determined he's very focused and if he goes dozen activity and he becomes lethargic or he becomes kind of passive in the process. Like that concerns me right so I now looking at. Hey Buddy. I'm seeing a change in in just kind of who you are in the way you're wired and I see. This behavior is tied with this activity. Like we're going to just whatever this activities tech or otherwise and I think when we see our kids have joy and have hope and excitement and then abdicate that because there's this really easy way to feel a lot of those same feelings. We just have to speak the truth in. Hey there's there's nothing wrong with minecraft but it is designed to be had for me like that is just the way it has been made it A. It's a it's a game that was paid six billion dollars for Microsoft dump some good cash on it They've invested a ton of cash and their expectation. Is it's going to be a game worth playing again and again so with the developing brain. They're getting goals set for them. They're getting a lot of stimulation and feedback. It's like Lego's that never stop. The nice part about legos is out of finances or you run out of blocks and you kind of have to tear down and start again. That's not the case with minecraft. It kind of has this never ending. Infinite Scroll Behavioral Luke to it and you can constantly scratch that itch of Anita feel good again and need to feel good again whether storyline or survival motor whatever. You're doing So I would talk through some of the actual tech side. Because what what he's running up against is a brain that I would find out what he loves about. It just happen. Talk about a dumpster. You may know some of what he loves about it and then help him kind of see like these are things you do love. And that's part of you and here's some things that were programmed in that you're billing all the all the simulation right it's just like a high sugar food like high sugar food once or twice at a party is not bad but their kids that are going. That's my second boy. Henry is our four year old. He's a sugar monster right. Give them a cookie. That kid will not stop talking about cookies for like twenty four hours so for him. Sugars consumption is a thing like it impacts his attitude his ability for like look at that reset and for Henry. That's the thing so for him. We have to have the conversation like no. You can't have dessert right now at this would be a bad choice for you. We love you and you can go have this other food. You enjoy which is usually like bacon or sausage for him right And so you have this other thing. That's that's equally. Good that you enjoy. But it's not going to tip the scales in your ability to be present in and healthy because your son is GonNa need to get that model for him. He's going to need to know what he's looking at A lot of games remained in unfair ways where they're not made for developing brains and they basically hijacking them and pumping them full of a bunch of awards and basically saying hey. If you came back we could give you more of that same stuff. And IT BUILDS. Us really unhealthy behavioral loop So with your son. I've had the conversation Minecraft is really hard because it. It is like legos. But it's so not like legos. It's actually one of the more addictive games. I'm using addictive. Not In the chemical way but in the Behavioral loop way of you've reform unhealthy habits so to clarify for anyone after that explanation makes me want to throw the IPAD in the middle of the highway and even more. But let me let me let me say this so that was just. Because that's your son. I would say you look at the reset and you come to your home. And he's eight. He's going to be big enough to get that you put before on purpose and crises they signed. Here's your gifts are and you walk through. Like what are you interested in? What are you passionate? What do you love to do? And you and your wife can talk through. What would this look like to give him analog alternatives to his gaming? What can we do that would line up with his passions interesting gifting so that we can afford. We have the time the space the income to make happen and that is available in our area. There's some kind of a there's a teacher there's a family member there's a a local specialist who we can connect him to write that kind of Ven Diagram August three part then but the at the center of those three of these activities that your son can get tied into so. I have a young man that I work with is the exact same situation except he was a senior in high school. He was playing so much minecraft he started failing classes so he quit playing and he started watching streamers and he's watched streamers so much that he literally as a senior in high school was sitting in class is open but he told me he's like. I can literally watch the game playing like you can remember it. He's like no is open. I can see the screen it lays over when I'm watching and I was like dude like that's a that's a for real thing like that's a medical condition. You're GONNA lay off right so we talked with him and his family and he was like. I want to finish this year strong. I don't want this to be a thing for me. So prayerfully. His family set up a plan where they were able to kind of put an emphasis on what he did love and for him. That was a sport he was really good at golf. Ended up going to college golf and actually on his travel trips not playing video games that point because he realized he didn't have a buffer either. he was like man. It's crazy to watch like how much time my friends are spending on their video games on their phones and their computers interest in travel. And we're not spending together And that was something that he kind of recognized and filed away so I would say are like I call him analog adventures threat those alternatives to tack that still tapping all the same things at a young man get into robotics because he was super into Games about building and driving right and that it's still using tech but it's I guess there's two types there's tool tech and drool tek at the tool at the tech. We used to build and create and that uses our passions and gift INS as tool and the tech. We used to consume. Isn't bad but it's the it's the one where all the scares stuff happens. is is drooling. I would I would just help. Your son may be see like this is fine but not if it's GonNa Affect your kind of reset areas Because that's distracting you from who you've been created to be so. I would not throw out the IPAD but I mean I've had kids who who starts sneaking it and start lying to the as soon as you see that escalation of like we're not we're not being who crisis called the techniques to go for that kid and he needs to get that space to recognize like. Where's my line between who? I am and what I do have my own choice and what I'm being told to do because it's kind of getting yeah oppor conditioned intimacy. Yeah well man we Unfortunately we run out of time or go more questions for you. Have you ever seen tech like Jewel tech jobs still that. Are there any like tools drool tech tools? I guess like non analog stuff that you like no this is good guy actually like. I don't mind this this game this screen this APP I don't know. Is there something you found? That's like sexually helped my parenting or journey. Absolutely I mean so one would be like Amazon prime video right like that's a huge part of my My children's life. They have a lot of a lot of shows they enjoy so we have to manage There are some shows that are fine for kids that make my kids crazy but like a watch wildcats shutout wildcats which is A. It's part animated part reelect show about animals so I love like Netflix Amazon. Prime is big for my family. But you don't just let them watch anything content matters. I actually really do like video games. My six year old has already reminded me that. I told him that when he's ten he gets the play. Video Games We'RE TALKING ABOUT LEAP YEARS. Like hey body like when's the next leap year is like four years. Like how would we be ten? And you get a play. Video Games has been months but again he probably wrote down his calendar So I actually like the older video. Games are usually safe because they weren't designed by behavioral psychologists So we're talking like original. Nintendo stuff is a lower rate of stimulation there a quicker pace of argus time to beat so they usually three thirty minutes to an hour to beat the entire game. Kind of thing And they don't have a lot of the levels in prestige classes and kind of the the reward systems built in and ranking tears and competitive multiplayer. That drives some of the unhealthy behavior..
"sutherland" Discussed on Dad Tired
"Guys. Walking back to the DAD tired show so glad that you're here and hanging out with us again today again. If you just stumbled upon the podcast. We're really glad that you did. Our just bunch of normal due to are trying to figure out what it looks like to lead our family well and so if that's you you don't really have that figure it out but you're really trying figure that out you stumbled across the right place We've got a facebook group. We've got over eleven thousand guys in this group from all over the world who are trying to take this stuff seriously. So if you're not part of that this is a great time in life to With all that's going on in US being stuck at home to get involved with other dudes who are just trying to you know be like you and who are like minded and trying to lead the family well so We got a great interview today on. This guy named Nathan Sutherland and Nathan is going to specifically talk about technology addiction to technology how to raise our kids through. Gospel Centered Lens. When it comes through technology but also like even if this has if you're like not involved at all and tack or you don't care at all about tech although that would surprise me a little bit because you're listening to a podcast but if somehow you like you don't really feel like tech know applies to you at all the things that Nathan is GonNa say this interview honestly apply to anything whether it's work hobbies sports like all the things. There's GonNa be a lot of practical takeaways for you personally as a dad but then also for you just to raise kids who love. Jesus as well so I I think you know love this interview. Today it's very very helpful. A lot of practical stuff in it but also gospel centered stuff. I know during this time. I've been trying to keep my kids entertained and figure out wasting just tear to screen all day every day We actually live in a town home and we have no yard and it's been dumping rain in Oregon so we've literally just been stuck in the house for days and it's we're going a little bit crazy so in the middle of that. I'm trying to figure out how to just keep them entertained but also not like rot their brains and so we talked a little bit about that today in this podcast but I did want to let you guys know about this brand called Osmo and Osmo makes these games and APPS that go along with your tablet and it's really incredible stuff. I actually got these for my kids for Christmas. And the first time my kids played them. They're playing this game where you can draw they give you like this whiteboard and you can draw on the white board and the things that you draw. Come to life in the APP on the screen and it's absolutely incredible for kids so like if you have kids that love to draw or artists This is just one of the many many games that they have on but my daughter will draw. These things sexual. There's this little game that comes up. There's a monster that says. Hey draw me a bed or draw me a light or whatever and so social. Draw this on this whiteboard and the tablet actually captures it in real time and then pulls it up so this little character will pull it up off of the whiteboard into his story and incorporate the drawings of your kids exactly as they are into the the story that he's telling the stories are different every single time. It's seriously remarkable. Every time I watch him like how are they doing this? It's it's incredible so I highly highly recommend this. If you are looking for ways to keep your kids entertained during all this time and they have a bunch of educational stuff tons like coating stuff. Entrepreneurial stuff like my son plays a game where he has to run a business. A pizza shop business and like he'll he'll just spend hours on end. He's like learning math and customer service. And it's just honestly I can't rave about enough even before Osmo were became sponsors of our show the reason they become sponsors because I loved him so much reached out and said I love what you guys are doing. Can you please help me out and get some discount codes for our listeners? Because you guys are just creating incredible stuff so go to play. Osmo says two words put together play. Osmo DOT COM and they're actually doing twenty percents off all their kids and their games right now through April eleventh during all this craziness that we're all home so pick up some of their games in their.
"sutherland" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Rachel Sutherland joins us now is apparently a key Democrat is calling for the democratic primary to be shut down and cancel debates with a debate coming up on Sunday on CNN nobody in the audience the who we talking about here Rachel good morning but it became fiber in the South Carolina here to mention that and some others as well but look it appears that the Bernie Sanders isn't going anywhere quite yet this debate in Arizona happening two days before some key primaries in Ohio Illinois and Florida and of course there is doing a lot they'll get to play offenders made a statement yesterday saying he knows that some of his supporters to come up to the table really with you we we agree with her policies but we believe that Joe Biden has the best chance to beat president trump at the same time I think what Sanders wants to do is be able to have the opportunity to poke holes invited at this debate ahead of the primary hoping to chip away at his delegate lead guys gonna have to pull the big hole I would think at this particular point okay Rachel thanks for the update Preciado thank front seventeen after seven o'clock one day after losing at least four of six primary contests to the former vice president Joe Biden and following a loss of ten of the fourteen state contests on super Tuesday a week earlier because senator Bernie Sanders as we just heard saying yesterday he still stand in the democratic presidential race Sanders said that while he is quote losing the delegate count they're winning the the IRA well they they've dubbed the battle when it comes to ideas Sanders will take part in the planned debate on Sunday with Biden and yesterday did challenge Biden to give solutions to policy issues that he names such as one on health care climate change in student debt so looks like the debate's gonna go on as scheduled and it's scheduled for a Sunday airlines are being hit hard as we know about the corona virus and Amtrak revealed yesterday that it too is feeling a huge effect saying that bookings have fallen by fifty percent and cancellations are up by more than three hundred percent Reuters news agency cited a memo to employees that said more service reductions are being put in place and they expect to lose hundreds of millions of dollars Amtrak will also offer voluntary leave for non critical employees the corona virus continued to spread the economic chaos around the globe as the World Health Organization has dubbed the covert nineteen outbreak a pandemic with that in mind president trump took to the airwaves last night describing a number of actions that is put in place to manage the situation for Americans he is imposing new travel restrictions over this corona virus outbreak to keep new cases from entering our shores we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days the exception is the United Kingdom by the way trump says full power of government will fight this virus we have been in frequent contact with our allies and we are marshaling the full power.
"sutherland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Sutherland, just as you, and I are is intelligent due process of law. Mr. Sutherland is entitled to constitutional protections. Nathan D'Arcy Sutherland police arrested, the thirty six year-old licensed practical nurse after his DNA matched a blood samples from the victims. Newborn, son. My understanding is that he gave the DNA sample after he found that. There was a court order which compelled him to give that volunteer to give a DNA sample. The victim had been at the facility since she was three years old following a near drowning incident stunned staff members, call nine one one when the patient went into labor one of our patients. Have you had no idea she was pregnant in a statement hacienda. Healthcare officials said Sutherland went through an extensive background check. When he was hired and added they are troubled beyond words to think that a licensed practical nurse because he capable of seriously. Harming a patient Sutherland remains in jail on half a million dollars font Hillary lane. CBS news a surprising amount of people do not know the signs of a heart attack. According to a reporter Sabrina Kubat fifty percent of people in the US don't know, the major common symptoms of a heart. Attack says the CDC's Fleetwood loose still lot recognizing that only. Half of people are are aware major scientists symptoms of heart attack really continues to reinvigorate us to raise awareness. So they're kicking off a major campaign to do just that in the major signs and symptoms of heart attack or John neck and back, discomfort weakness or lightheadedness, chest discomfort, shortness of breath. He says each year, there's an estimated seven hundred fifty thousand heart attacks in the US Sabrina cupid for CBS news. Lanta more young adults struggling with obesity leading to higher cancer risks. According to researchers here CBS news correspondent, Tom Hansen. The new analysis from the American Cancer Society tracking dozens of state registries, fines arising cancer risk from Eleni and gen Xers who are obese. This is sadly as one might expect as rates of obesity, go up, and they portend a really high risk of public health challenges in the years ahead. The study shows surprising jump for six obesity related cancers in young adults twenty five to forty nine years old colorectal uterine gallbladder kidney, pancreatic and cancer of the bone marrow. While death rates for most cancers have been on the decline for decades. Dr Clifford, HUD of the American society of Clinical Oncology has concerns this new trend could reverse that progress the amazing thing that's happened. In the last few years is with a rise in obesity and the decline in tobacco. You. News obesity is slated to overtake tobacco to become the single most common. Preventable cause of cancer. The study shows millennials face about.
"sutherland" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley
"Can we talk about the girl that was in the vegetative state that all of the news broke like since we talk. I I saw a picture of the guy. Okay. Yes. Same and. Okay. So let's just stay the he was an LPN. So. He was not an RN. But because that was my first thing I was like looking at him. And I'm like no way he's like an RN because he just doesn't look like he could be that could be judgmental. He just didn't look the part. You know what I mean? I was just like, okay. He's not like when you think of a nurse. You think of somebody that's like clean cut and their life together and stuff like this guy. Just didn't look like he had it altogether. You know what I'm saying? I feel. Yeah. No. He looked like he hadn't bathed in days. So so remember how we were talking about, you know, could she feel like being in pain or anything? So right. We got a message. And it says I live in Arizona, and I just heard your podcast about the topic of the lady in Arizona having a baby a vegetative situation. They had an interview with an OBGYN doctor, and he mentioned that she felt every ounce of pain delivering the baby and pain throughout the pregnancy. So sad how this all went down. But an article came out, they found the guy who impregnated the woman and two of the doctors in charge of the women resigned from the facility, you ladies are awesome. While the podcast can't wait for next week. So. So first of all, thank you. And Secondly that is so disgusting to me that she had to suffer. Through all of that through all of it. And I know that this guy is responsible for impregnating her, but the CEO that resigned, which was the first thing that came out before they announced that they hid linked DNA to this Nathan Sutherland. Why did he voluntarily resign? And that was my first thought because I did see that come out. I and I was like, but why unless he had something to do with it. Why would he resign? I guess because it happened in his facility, but still and less. It was like the company gave him a choice to say he was voluntarily resigning or he could not have the toys, and he would just be made to resign. I don't know. I just feel like there's something to that more than what has been released and what we have access to knowing. But basically for those who have not followed up were no anymore information about this. This Nathan Nathan Sutherland was arrested after the investigators headed tained DNA samples, and there was a link to him like it was like a a act match. And I believe that the judge had sent some type of order that he had to give DNA. So I don't know if he was maybe refusing to give DNA or CEO or the or Mason Nathan. Yeah, he was court ordered to give the DNA sample. So I don't know because originally when we started reading up on this. It was like everybody was voluntarily giving DNA samples and DNA. Yeah. So this guy was actually court ordered to do it. And. Yeah. I just I cannot believe that this is even something that exist. I will say that we thought vegetative state meant being in some form of coma. And I mean, I don't know if I thought it was like a coma. But I definitely thought that like she wasn't. Aware of her surroundings. Right. So the family wanted the media to know and wanted to make it very clear that she was not in a coma. And she had significant intellectual disabilities. Just as a result of seizures in her early childhood, and she does not have ability to speak, but she does have some ability to move limbs her head in her neck and she's able to make facial gestures. And that she likes to be read to enjoy soft music, and she is capable of responding to people with familiar voices. So the difference in being a coma and innovative state. Is that coma is completely unresponsive? And does not react to why sand they cannot feel pain and their eyes remained closed and it's normally for like a definite period of time. So it's like days weeks months. And a vegetative state is still an unconscious state. But basically, they can have unlike they can have involuntary. I'm movement they can grind their teeth..
"sutherland" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"An arrest has been made in the hoc- in the healthcare rape case. Gentlemen. Two. James? His name is Nathan Sutherland. He's a nurse registered nurse. He's been arrested for the rape of the the woman who was at the hacienda healthcare facility. The young woman twenty nine years old. Has been incapacitated. Since she was was young. It's it's been in. This case is a case of not only rock the valley witne Ashton, wink, global and it just rocked everybody. Because of how disturbing it is. You had a young lady who is being correct? Since the said, she was in a vegetative state. I'm just gonna go with that. I know the family came out last week and said that she does have some movement in. She does you know, she she can make some sounds this kind of stuff but in getting into that. Makes it even more difficult. It says it is. And I don't want to be like I said, I don't want to go too far on this whole. But there's some. When you had the idea that she was a basically, the vegetative state new kind of made it easier to take. As. My father's I told you as someone who's who's father went through Alzheimer's and stuff like that, you kind of hope towards the end the way, my father was I was hoping that there was no part of his brain. That was able to register the condition that he was in. Trapped. In his body. The way he was towards the end. And that's what you want to hope for in this kind of situation because it's just it's it's horrible. The fact that she was raped by this individual. And there's nothing she can do about it nothing. She could say about it is horrible. And that is why so many people are playing the tension to this case. Well today, there was an announcement actually this morning that the case they had found the suspect that he has been charged. Nathan Sutherland, it old licensed practical nurse has been charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable a adult abuse. And they did get DNA samples from him. He I think he refused. It first. But it had to get a court order. Now, actually, we have some audio here. We have Dr or should say sergeant Tommy Thompson. Who was speaking this morning at the case was broken. And again, it was fantastic police work. They were on this case from the moment that child was born. Of course, you you've had doctors, I think two more doctors have quit their jobs a sense or were fired from hacienda healthcare because this just went unnoticed. How do you have a patient who's in the state needs daily care, and you don't know she's pregnant? A here is sergeant Tommy Thompson, the scientists in the Phoenix police crime the crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby. You know? When I first saw the picture of the of Nathan Sutherland. Well is posted everywhere. I actually reach out to a friend today said, you know, what helped me so help me sweat. I'll go into the studio. Some crazy stuff today. To me. Nathan Sutherland is a monster. I don't know what it would take for you to to to..