9 Burst results for "Ted Camp"

"ted camp" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"ted camp" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"So my job isn't tough, but What I think. What I want. Of this world of our nation is less important to me than what you want. And quite honestly, the greatest example of that was Guy by the name of Donald Trump. Why I knew was a guy I met it up White House the thing because he was famous because of reality TV shows. And being a developer. Otherwise didn't have much, you know, interviewed him a couple of times but didn't really ever think of him as presidential material. He came on the scene and the vast majority of this audience. For him is a perfect president. And support him through and through, and I was, you know, dancing around with, you know, could I live with Jeb Bush? What do you think of Marco Rubio? Like who could win Ted Cruz like Ted, I'm gonna be in Ted's camp. Um, well, maybe Ben Carson. Maybe it's time for a non traditional president. Go Ben Carson. And all the time the audience is saying what Donald Trump, Donald Trump Donald Trump Remember very clearly the day I heard the clip of Donald Trump. When asked about John McCain's Service to this country. And he said, some variation of the following my heroes Didn't get captured. And I buckled at the knees. I know, I said, this guy's done. He's off the map. You can't say that and have a political life beyond it. I was wrong. I came on the air and said, Just what I said. And people said I don't care. There's too much to fix in this country. Story I've told before. On the air is the anguishing time when Kevin and Chris Cramer Then Congressman Kevin Cramer. We're dealing with. A very sensitive, difficult, painful Family situation. They had a son struggling with addiction. Who had significant health issues as the result of it. And they were being asked to consider a run for the United States Senate against the formidable Democratic opponent. Incumbent in Senator Hi, I can't Kevin Kramer became a U. S senator because Donald Trump said to him. And his wife, Kevin and Chris. It will be tough. People will say bad things about you and your son. And it'll be ugly. Had a painful time. But And I quote from Donald J. Trump. Congressman Kevin Cramer soon to be Senator Kevin Cramer. America is worth it. America is worth it. And that's what converted A no for many, many, many, many, many months to Yes. And now he's a U. S. Senator. Go back to the comment about John McCain was that wise? Was it smart to say? Probably not. It was very, very descriptive of what we were going to see. Over the next number of years. I'm Don Donald Trump, a non traditional candidate. You've got to remember that always. He's compared continually with previous presidents. You can't do that and make any sense of it. He's plowed his own ground. He's done his own thing. Frank Sinatra. I did it my way. So repulsive as it might be, to say something about somebody's military service. Being lesser than because they were captured in the Vietnam War. Pales in comparison to what America faces. In its future. What America needs now is fight and what I love about this audience. You got that long before I did. Long before I did. Ben Carson. I was supporting Going into the Republican convention in North Dakota. He was here he spoke. And I had a massive heart to heart conversation with him. Actually came a criminal we're together. Coming by that title, full throated Trump supporter and had been really Leon, his wife, Chris, probably even before him, which Here's the head and family. Never doubt the women. The wives that just got that gut instinct. It's unbelievable anyway. Ben Carson. Heart to heart. I said, Here's my deal. What's his compass? What's the end game? Does he Love God as much as God loves.

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"ted camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"ted camp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's pretty damning observation. This is the Bears defense basically given up here well, Nagy did Ida and Well, I mean, listen, you I think it's dangerous to say anybody flat out. Quit. When guys aren't aren't using proper technique and are playing the game the way they normally play it you just at some point you just had the feeling that our own offense has had their foot on our own defense is throat for so long. That there would be a point of Where there were things would would kind of crack a little bit. Yeah. Mike Hoffman Estates here on ESPN 1000. What's up, Mikey? Guys escorted, said two quick points. And I just want to talk about Maggie's comments and then trying to talk about the ownership in general. But there's been this consistent theme with mad Maggie kind of It's almost like he knows what's going to come after a game. And so he has a PR response. And then I don't know if he goes home get yelled at his wife has a bad night of sleep. But then he'll totally contradict what he said the night before. The first thing it was when he said that there wasn't going to tell anyone. You know if they were gonna name anyone as the play caller, and then the next day, he says that laser is going to do it. Same thing happened yesterday. Kind of maybe a little indirectly, he you know, he kind of said that. No, the defense. You know, I don't think they quit and then he comes out and I'm kind of paraphrasing, but he has something. The long lines, he said today I have some personal pride that that that Yesterday was flat out embarrassing, So it's almost like they don't have any answers, Mike. They don't have any don't have any answers out of its word vomit, and I appreciate that because he's trying to not be like Bill Belichick. Give the reporters nothing to use. But then it's like you're just giving in more fuel to like rip on you. And so I like you guys always say, man that he's probably got to get a beer with not a guy to run your football team and second off with the whole ownership thing. I mean, I was listening to and I'm not very stamps. I don't know exactly how the structure of the team is for the ownership is, but Listening this morning that cap and he was kind of talking about, you know, not. Virgin is not McCaskey's fault. You know, she's 97 years old. It's like you don't like. Maybe that is part of the problem that she has probably not any real attachment than other, You know, really. She doesn't probably care about football too much. I'm sure she enjoys it. But I highly doubt she was looking at film of the draft picks and looking at tapes from the coaches and I need to. I mean, that's not her role Mike. Her role is the owner of the team is not to be watching film. Oh, and I understand that, but she's obviously not like from the top of the level of the ownership or below her. They're not getting the right people in. So if they're not going in the right people, then who is going to do it at the person that the way top can't even get the first puzzle piece to get the right, Jim, the right coach. It's just trickled trickle down in and Other than the owner. Who do you point? Blame? Two. That's the thing and that's you got to do your homework now, and I know it's like the chicken or the egg Well of George can't find the right decision makers. How's he going to find the right football guy here? But he needs to leave Ted alone. He Ted camping in the interview process anymore. He's not a football guy in George needs to go on a fact finding mission, and he needs to talk to his many sports executives who have changed the way they run. Their organization the way they've restructured. We have three teams in town that have recently restructured. The Hawks did it In the beginning the last decade, they've won three championships. The Cubs did it in the beginning of last decade. They've finally won their first world. Syriza's and the Bulls recently did it where Michael went out, and he said, Look, I'm giving these new guys autonomy. You need to go out on a fact finding mission and talk to his many people as possible. Take the good information. Keep it Take the information you don't like throw it away. But keep talking. And that way you're armed with info and you're ready to go when you're ready to hire the right president to Elrod, hire the right general manager. Cool draft the right quarterback and higher than right head coach. That's how you do it. You have to no other choice. Also, I have a coaching is like parenting. Who coaches like like parents? Yes, lot of so I'll share that analogy on the other side of break sounds good. You're Listeningto Waddle and Sylvie on ESPN. 1000.

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"ted camp" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ted camp" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"It was like to make some brand company that you you know, what it once men. But yeah, I was downtown LA. Well my friend work on Punch-Drunk Love he worked on that and he said that PT Anderson would show up sometimes just like that fish tank is amazing and they would just throw away the script and some how the story would get created around something in the moment. So I wonder if he was a bit like that which is so cool. But these black budget films that you would just I've Loved I mean, I've loved everything I did not care for the based on that book know the one based on the book. He had let's see Boogie Nights device inherent Vice. Oh, yeah. That wasn't my favorite either. I didn't I didn't care. I did like one of the best sex scenes ever filmed overall u c e Face, it's a long answer. It's a great Rapport. You don't see anything really but it works that that was the only part of the film. I didn't care much for the rest of it. Yeah, I just re-watched Magnolia. And anyways, too long since since corn beans happen. Brilliant. Yeah. Mine's a lot of time for that. That's good. Alfred Molina is still my favorite Jessie's Girl, but we want to end on you because you're and let's see. Let's find a good. Well, you suck dad band earlier. Let's encourage everybody. We're trying to make something more of dead man. In an Ideal World. We could do 10:00 half hour episodes that tell a whole story. I've got it all laid out. I'm writing a feature version also, but we we made that would just with kentrell and my buddy Ted Camp who plays the key birth. Player in the band he and I came up with he had the idea for the song and then I said well if we're going to do a song in the video, we should make a short film. So that's how it evolved. We've found one point 1 million views on YouTube. That's great. Yeah, and the response has been phenomenal. So we've only done the one, you know, we we want to do more but we're not going to it. You know, we gotta have a budget we gotta get paid..

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"ted camp" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ted camp" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Right eye that seems to be non stop tearing and feels like there's a small boulder in it. And of course, of course, Holy cow, of course. Yes, it's blurry because it's constantly tearing. It's just Yeah, it's killing me. It's killing me. We have rob hunter coming in here In a few. We'll see if he he has any suggestions for me. Help me get this eye problem taking out. We appreciate you being here. This is not a show about eyeballs or tearing in the like. It is simply a show about the outdoors here in Arizona, celebrating all things outdoors. In this beautiful outdoor playground of state that we live in, and I'm your host, Mike Russell. We've been doing this. Like seven years. It has been such a fun, right? And we appreciate you coming along with us. And of course I'm saying we Because I talk about me in turn, Sarah. Intern beans still can't have interns here. Oh, it's driving me nuts. But it makes him more important for me to get out with them. It's makes it more important for me to start getting adventures together. It makes it more important for me to start thinking about getting outside of having them practice with their bows with me. Gets it more important for me to get Sara up from U of A so we can have some adventures together. And in one of the things I'm planning on doing as I've been doing research for my hunt in December. Yeah. December Bern. If you know anything about me, I hate being cold. I heard being cold, not a fan at all. Can't stand it Hate being cold, So I am renting a trailer. Or an RV, and I'm taking upon the hunt because I want heat. I don't want heat in a tent. I want heat heat. I want solid walls, so the heat stays in. I will raise up the bed to the top just to stay in all that warmth. If I have to. So I've been doing a lot of research on how to do this. I'm not going to go buy a trailer right now. I'm just not. I'm not in the market. We're doing a bunch of stuff to the house, The yard and all that garbage in endless space with a 14 year old house is about the time that things start to happen. Things start to go wrong, and we replace a C units and all of this, so buying a trailer at this chapter in life, Not a good idea. So I started looking into rentals and in how to rent those. And of course I go to my camping consultant. Camping, Ted. Camping, Chad's my neighbor and one of my closest friends in camping. Chad is in the market right now for a trailer, so he's he's kind of in the halls and coffee. Oh, my goodness sakes. Hey, he is shopping and I am looking for the right one to rent, So it's all like it's all coming together here as he Listens to K n I x our sister station down the down the hallway here and barrel boy. The man barrel boy was talking on air about this displaced RV share. Have you heard of this RV share? So there's a 22 cool ways You can do this here. You can either make money on RV share. Or you can save money, rent and kind of pick out Which kind of thing you like on RV share. Oh, I'm liking this. So on my side, I am looking to rent. So like he did one day I walk out of the house and he has this 30 ft. Trailer attached to his truck. No, Mike, did you just buy this thing he goes? No, no, no, no, no. I went to RV share, which I heard bearable talking about and I went and I I went rented it from this guy. I we We connected on the website, and then we went to the parking lot and wherever they think they were on, like Costco or something like that. And we just Exchange everything we do exchange in way I am here and with the trailer got it for five nights. And I'm like this is cool because there's so many different types of trailers and RVs on RV share. So I now get to test out different trailers for my hunt in December. And if you're like camping, Chad, and you want to get a you want to get in our view. You have an RV or if you have AH, trailer. You can go into RV sharing sign up and you can have people rent yours. It can make money on the side. Instead of sitting on the side yard. You know what I mean? Something about this may be one trip a month pays for storage. Pays for maintenance. Yeah. You see where I'm going with this? And I mean all the all the legalities there taking care of, and the insurance and all of that and deposits and whatnot. All of that is taking care of And I'm not pitching for him by any stretch. I just think this is a neat service and he had he had really good. Ah, good luck with it. So now I get to see what kind of trailer I want to take up there. Because I might want to rent a TV as well. You see? So now I'm looking into a toy holler. So there's there's so many different things that I am looking into. And then I want to rent in. Ah, side by side or ah or ah, four seed or something like that. And I want to test out what kind I want. Mmm. Yeah. If you do the show, I am very into comfort. I don't think it should be a discomfort. Herbal discomfort. Herbal. How you doing, man? I need an intern. Uncomfortable thing going camping. Carry it. I've done that. Not cool. The jumping Jack trailer is super comfortable. When the weather's right When the weather's nice, super comfortable it's a little cool. No big deal, little buddy heater in that thing all good, but I've got the bedding in there. I've got the nice pillows. I've got my coffee I've got I've got everything set up. I've got a dialed in. Why Because I want to be comfortable..

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"ted camp" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

Pool Pro Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"ted camp" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

"Dave from fluid dynamics, pool and spots and this week. We're going to be joining our sister podcast. The PRO podcast talking about filtration filtration is one thing that is really not understood well within the building community, and so we thought we would eavesdrop into a discussion that David Michelle had about filtration with Tom. Kennedy from watercolor is a great discussion learning about how different style filters work within different systems at different regions of the country enjoy. Welcome back, the robot cast daybreak. Would my partner Missile Cava? And we're here today. This is the second part in our series on pool. Filtration were here. What Ted Camp? Who is the Western Regional Sales Manager for Water Co. filters? A morning. Welcome your gags. It get some time with us. We're were wanting to. Kind of talk a little bit about some of the things that the issues that were raised last week in terms of filtration issues. It's something that I think is a rather neglected topic in our industry I started thirty two years ago and literally. The same models, the same types of filters exist today. That were in existence then. There's been very little in the way of. Technological breakthroughs infiltration. and. while. There's a lot of education and a lot of. Time spent talking about pool chemistry sanitizer sparring chemistry alternative sanitizers ways to spend tremendous amounts of money treating the water Were were not really looking at as as closely at filtration were kind of going by tradition by regional bias in terms of the filtration, the filters that we choose. And so ted what I'd like to get from you. Today is is maybe. A New Perspective of what what we should really be looking at when we recommend filter to to our clients. And how can we get the most out of what we have? You know. Filtration! Has Been Around Wire Corporation for Millennia and. Some Jesus is many many years ago, realized that if you run water through a different types of media beds that will remove particulates in clearwater and in the pool industry in as far back as early twenties and thirties. we were using sand filtration, which is still available today as you say technologies. been improved, but they haven't changed a whole lot, but in the beginning when when? In the early in the early nineteen hundreds, we were using what they call slow rate sand filters, and they were big steel vessels still with growl. Actually different? Types of media different gradations in Iran the water slowly through the filter that line two three gallons per minute per square foot in. So if you had a you know who'll that needed a hundred gallon the minute you needed a very large vessel or multiple vessels.

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"ted camp" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ted camp" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"And miserable for months, he doesn't drink. It is into spirituality. She wants to go out the news, the model in their daughter, moved out of the mansion in LA that she shared with the actor in related news lady guys moving just pull them. Her stuff, I wouldn't doubt it finally go to the club and don't have to sit here and meditate all night. That would be hard, if you were ended drinking and partying, and all that stuff in your with somebody who just flat doesn't do it. It would be in debt are really. He's into it, and she's not. No. He's sober. Is very into one. Okay. As long as the person that is so Bor doesn't guilt trip to person that likes to drink. Then then I think it can work but it's very rare that, that happens for each sober person. Some people just can't be around it or they're tempted sensitive about it. She's probably like to drink pleased during. Wine better, and better things happen. When you've been drinking. The Camelback full of wide all day. It'd be like, what? Tippet the bag I love playing slap the bag as a little more sensitive drink at all. He sober completely people in fact his role in a stars born even more now. Oh, was hammer. He was like, man. Hammered bent through it. He knows how he used to be Holly. Yeah. But apparently, she does something she wants to go out according to story. Yeah arena, shakes, so she's not sober then or is she wants to not be sober anymore? Oh, he is. Brad. Both sober. I, I thought you dad to different people. Oh. I wanna get with a renewed. Ted camp because sober arena. Alexa, party Bradley Cooper daddy, what's your mom and Bradley Cooper this what's going on this whole time? Yeah wouldn't surprise me. Sneak up stairs when suppressed. No. Block your. Want some? Yeah. I'm not a Seiko. Stepparent..

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"ted camp" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ted camp" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The video the Palm Beach. Kenny state attorney's office says the video evidence collected as part of a prostitution sting is public record and has to be released under Florida. La craft pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial after he was charged as part of an investigation involving several Florida massage parlors and spas. His attorneys filed an emergency petition to stop the videos release. They say releasing the videos to the public could poison potential jurors against him. A state attorney's office spokesman says the release isn't happening anytime soon the office also has to prepare other records in the case for public release for NPR news, I'm Madeline FOX in Miami Federal Reserve in its latest region by region. Snapshot of the US economy says labor markets remained tight across most of the areas where the fed has member banks with company struggling to find skilled workers and many noting modest wage growth. The beige book looks at conditions in twelve regions of the country and found economic activity rising at a slight to moderate pace in March in the early part of this month on Wall Street. The Dow fell three points today to close at twenty six thousand four forty nine. The NASDAQ was down four points. You're listening to NPR. Bells tolled across France today in commemoration of Monday's fire at the Notre Dame cathedral two days after the blaze caused major damage and destroyed the iconic a-this roof inspire bells rang out of cathedrals basilicas nationwide. As donations have been pouring in from around the world. French president Emmanuel Macron has vowed to have Notre Dom rebuilt within five years Francis. It will open the redesign of the cathedral's store expired international architects, whether the penalty, no media danger more the church that dates back to the thirteenth century will topple who's working to stabilize a fire average pinnacle that houses stained glass windows demonstrators in Britain, glued themselves to a train in London as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports it was part of climate change protests that disrupted travel around the British capital. A pair. Protesters stood on top of a light rail train and unfurled a banner that read climate emergency act now, then glued their hands. At the top of the train. Police us solve into detach them in the incident ended peacefully the pro. Protesters were among hundreds working with a group called extinction. Rebellion group is taking control of key choke points in the city, including Oxford circus, where protesters build a Ted camp and park pink sailboat they've also occupied marble arch Waterloo bridge in parliament square. Protesters say they want the British government to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by twenty twenty five police say the protests of affected hundreds of thousands of people have already made three hundred arrests. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London, futures prices, moved lower today oil was down twenty nine cents bail and the session at sixty three seventy six.

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"ted camp" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"ted camp" Discussed on KCRW

"Coming up a Jesuit priest reflects on what the cathedral means to Christians. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. What is next for the southern poverty Law Center. Civil rights group is facing major leadership changes and allegations of a toxic workplace culture, also traveled to Mosul Iraq, a nurse. There has begun a volunteer movement to clean up that city and the latest on tensions between the United States and Turkey, the NATO member wants to install a Russian missile defense system. It is Wednesday April seventeenth, Victoria Beckham posh spice from the Spice Girls turns forty five years old today. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Trump administration is again, shifting US policy on Cuba. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Americans will have the right to sue any foreign company that operates in Cuba on property that was seized from Americans today, we are holding the Cuban government accountable for seizing American assets. We're helping those whom the regime has robbed get compensation for their rightful property. European allies don't like the policy, but State Department officials say European companies working in Cuba are affected as long as they aren't using property confiscated from Americans the former president of Peru. Alan Garcia is in critical condition in Lima, Peru via news media say Garcia shot himself today. Police had come to his home to arrest him in connection with a bribery investigation. Attorney general Bill bar has instituted a new policy for some migrants seeking US asylum migrants who say they fear. Return to their countries won't be able to ask you as judged to release them while they await their court hearings. They'll have to remain in US detention schools in the Denver metro area are closed today as the F B I hunts for a woman, they say is a credible threat from member station. K U N C Lee Patterson reports from northern Colorado. Law enforcement is looking for an eighteen year old named soul pace who recently traveled from Miami to Denver. She left the airport bought a weapon and amunition officials say the woman is infatuated with the Columbine high school shooting Jefferson County sheriff Jeff Schrader is not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school in that regard. I know that this opens especially on an anniversary week this shooting at Columbine high school happened twenty years ago this week the FBI is asking the public to call its tip line with any relevant information. For NPR news. I'm Lee Patterson demonstrators in Britain, glued them. Themselves to a train in London's Canary Wharf section today. It was part of a climate change protest that has disrupted travel around the British capital NPR's. Frank Langfitt reports from London a pair. Protesters stood on top of a light rail train and unfurled a banner that read climate emergency act now, then they glued their hands. At the top of the train police use solvent to detach them in. The incident ended peacefully the protesters were among hundreds working with a group called extinction rebellion. The group is taking control of key chokepoints in the city, including Oxford circus, where protesters have built a Ted camp and parked a pink sailboat they've also occupied marble arch Waterloo bridge in parliament square. Protesters say they want the British government to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by twenty twenty five police say the protests of affected hundreds of thousands of people. Authorities have already made three hundred arrests. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. On Wall Street. The Dow was down six points. The NASDAQ is up more than three you're listening to N. Cr news. It's eight oh four and I'm Cheri Glazer with KCRW news while the biggest issues facing California's legal cannabis industry is the black market in Los Angeles alone. Hundreds of illegal pot shops are still operating they don't pay taxes. So they can charge customers less making it hard for legal shops to compete this week. The city of L A is moving ahead with several new tactics to try to shut them down as KCRW's David Weinberg reports. It's like a game of welcome all when the city shuts down unlicensed shop, it's not uncommon for new on to pop up in the same property. Even though the city has the power to find landlords up to twenty thousand dollars a day for renting to illicit cannabis businesses. Those cases are hard to bring so the city's been trying to cut off their water and power. And now the council's gone a step further we need to be making sure that when we shut down on illegal operators that it's not just going to become the location for the next operator council. Member. Monica Rodriguez is pushing a new ordinance to recover all the costs related to shutting off utilities and Bill the property owners who rent to elicit shops. This is in a similar vein that we want to make sure that folks are not harboring these the solicit activity that does have a tremendous impact to public safety that ordinance passed the rules committee Tuesday next it will go before the full city council for a vote. LAPD officials said that twenty two businesses have had their utility shut off the LA city attorney's office is also pursuing a new strategy bringing a civil lawsuit and an injunction against an illegal marijuana shop for selling cannabis products, which allegedly contained pesticides ban in the state of California for use on cannabis products for KCRW, I'm David Weinberg officials in San Diego have issued a warning following three fatal overdoses caused by new drug. That's hit the streets. There KCRW Stephen Rascon reports the morphine like. The drug is normally used to treat pain in larger animals car fennel is a synthetic opioid. Most commonly used by professionals to treat pain in large animals such as horses and elk the short acting drug is a hundred times stronger than Fenton hall and a thousand times stronger than heroin officials say would only take less than a milligram to cause someone to OG San Diego county's drug enforcement agency says the drug is being sold illegally and mixed into a pill to look like Xanax or Oxycontin, they say they're not surprised it's being sold on the streets car, Fenton, all is a white powdery substance which mixes well with other popular drugs like cocaine, the drug also poses a risk to first responders and law enforcement who touch it accidents for KCRW. I'm Steven Rascon support for NPR comes from ADP committed to designing a better way to work so everyone can achieve what they're working for ADP always designing for people. Learn more design dot. ADP dot.

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"ted camp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"ted camp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Highland sacramento. I'm elmore. It's eight o'clock. Good morning bracket. The'd will the took almost two centuries to build this seems like an ambitious time line. But French president Emmanuel Macron wants Notre Dahmer store within five years. It's morning edition from NPR news. Coming up a Jesuit priest reflects on what the cathedral means to Christians. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. What is next for the southern poverty Law Center. Civil rights group is facing major leadership changes and allegations of toxic workplace culture, also traveled in Mosul. Iraq, a nurse. There has begun a volunteer movement to clean up that city and the latest on tension between the United States and Turkey, the NATO member wants to install a Russian missile defense system. It is Wednesday April seventeenth, Victoria Beckham posh spice from place girls. Turns forty five years old today. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Trump administration is again, shifting US policy on Cuba. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Americans will have the right to sue any foreign company that operates in Cuba on property that was seized from Americans today, we're holding the Cuban government accountable for seizing American assets. We're helping those whom the regime has robbed get compensation for their rightful property. European allies don't like the policy, but State Department officials say European companies working in Cuba are not affected as long as they aren't using property confiscated from Americans. The former president of Peru. Alan Garcia is in critical condition in Lima. Peruvian news media say Garcia shot himself today. Police had come to his home to arrest him in connection with a bribery investigation. Attorney general Bill bar is instituted a new policy for some migrants seeking US asylum migrants who say they fear. Return to their countries won't be able to ask you as judge to release them while they await their court hearings. They'll have to remain in US detention schools in the Denver metro area are closed today as the F B I hunts for a woman, they say is a credible threat from member station. K U N C Lee Patterson reports from northern Colorado. Law enforcement is looking for an eighteen year old named soul pace who recently traveled from Miami to Denver. She left the airport about a weapon and munition officials say the woman is infatuated with the Columbine high school shooting Jefferson County sheriff Jeff Schrader is not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school in that regard. I know that this opens of wounded especially on an anniversary week this shooting at Columbine high school happened twenty years ago this week the FBI is asking the public to call its tip line with any relevant information. For NPR news. I'm Lee Patterson demonstrators in Britain, glued them. Themselves to a train in London's Canary Wharf section today. It was part of a climate change protest that has disrupted travel around the British capital NPR's. Frank Langfitt reports from London a pair. Protesters stood on top of a light rail train and unfurled abandoned the red climate emergency act now, then they glued their hands. At the top of the train police use solvent to detach them in. The incident ended peacefully the protesters were among hundreds working with a group called extinction rebellion. The group is taking control of key choke points in the city, including Oxford circus, where protesters have built a Ted camp and park pink sailboat they've also occupied marble arch Waterloo bridge in parliament square. Protesters say they want the British government to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by twenty twenty five police say the protests of affected hundreds of thousands of people. Authorities have already made three hundred arrests. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. On Wall Street. The Dow was down six points. The NASDAQ is up more than three you're listening to N. Your news from Cancun. D- news. I'm Tiffany Cam high the cow palace will no longer host gun shows starting next year. K Q itys Alex Helmick reports advocates head for years. Tried to end gun shows at the Daly city venue with many things states should not profit from weapon sales. And yesterday, the indoor arenas board of directors decided unanimously not to renew a contract with crossroads of the west the group that organizes the shows did not respond to quest for comment. In addition to banning gun shows, the board also voted to move forward with a retail and housing project on the property state. Senator Scott Weiner, who was the latest to propose banning gun shows. They're also proposed transferring control of the sixty eight acre property from state to local power board member said with yesterday's moves. They hope Weiner will withdraw his legislation. I'm Alex Helmick. Kikuchi news American Indian advocates say San Francisco. Police did not properly investigate the death of a woman because she was native American police found Jessica Alba at a home in the bay on April second apparently after a hanging she died several days later, April McGill with the American Indian cultural center says Alva was the victim of domestic violence, but police trusted her partner at the scene who said she attempted suicide we want Justice for Jessica, this is just another example of a native woman being disregarded. Police say days after officers responded to the incident they learned that Alba may have been the victim of domestic violence. The agency special victims unit is now investigating. I'm Tiffany Cam..

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