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Kansas abortion vote shows limits of GOP's strength
"An AP analysis of the Kansas abortion amendment vote finds a Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade may have altered the dynamics of this year's midterm elections Last week voters in traditionally conservative Kansas rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion The margins against at nearly 20 percentage points stunned abortion opponents and gave hope to abortion rights activists in other states and Associated Press analysis found there was a high turnout among Democrats and independent voters who were galvanized to defeat the ballot measure about as many voters turned out as for the general election and about twice as many as during the previous 2018 midterms In 99 of a 105 counties support for the measure was more than ten percentage points lower when compared to the support for Donald Trump against Joe Biden during the 2020 election Ashley all a spokesperson for kansans for constitutional freedom says the decision to overturn bra really was a wake-up call for more moderate voters The value them both coalition that fought in favor of the amendment called it a temporary setback saying the fight is far from over I'm Jennifer King
Democrats Chose the IRS Over School Resource Officers
"When you used to live in LA and you didn't remember it being as bad as it is today, when you were in San Francisco and you remember how beautiful San Francisco used to be. And now as homeless people pooping in front of your business, I think people are starting to wake up to this stuff. And if you ask me, I think Trump wanted a landslide in 2020 and that was a result of people waking up. So now I think people are waking up even more. They're even more awakened. Because the stuff is at their doorstep, and we talk about money being diverted. Like think about this. Which is more important to you guys. What do y'all think? The IRS getting $80 billion over ten years in hiring 87,000 new agents. Or what do you think it would be reasonable that the federal government will help protect our schools? Remember when that was a big issue? Of gun violence. In the Second Amendment and kids getting killed in schools, what are we going to do about it? The government can allot money to protect the schools and give funding to local agencies and school districts to hire on police officers to help combat violence in the schools. But our government, they're not doing that. They're going to spend a $100 billion on clean energy.
Joe Scarborough: FOX 'Extremists' Act as if Al Capone Was Attacked
"Joe Scarborough is on the morning Joe very cleverly named show The morning Joe you know like coffee okay To be called the morning hemorrhoid In fact for now on that's what we will call The morning schmo show mister producer the morning hemorrhoid show And cut ten go And when I hear people talking the extremist talking about on cable news channels Come on collect your thoughts there witless He's trying to say Fox trying to talk about me Such a coward Go ahead That an attack on Donald Trump is an attack On them that's like saying an attack on Al Capone is an attack on them Wow Did you and the Mika Did you work on that one over breakfast and McDonald's Joey Let's say make a slow talking Joey Trying to fear Oh how component Remember this couple loved Donald Trump then they turned on And they turned on him That's like saying an attack on Al Capone is attack on the game I just hope the FBI goes through Micah's underwear drawer and closed closet one day But I have a concern mister producer that Joe Scarborough probably beat them to that don't you think
Guardians top Tigers in 10 innings, extend win streak to 5
"The guardians ran their winning streak to 5 games by scratching out a ten fitting run to beat the tigers for three Cleveland wasted a two run lead in the 9th but wanted on a two out RBI single by rookie Oscar Gonzalez The guardians are 92 when extra innings Cleveland starters Zack police sack limited Detroit to one run in four hits while striking out 7 in 6 and the third innings And Yale de Los Santos improved to three and O despite allowing the tying run in the 9th Gregory Soto slipped a two and 7 The outcome gives the AL central leading guardians a game and a half lead over the twins I'm Dave ferry
IRS Is Getting 87,000 New Employees.
"IRS is getting 87,000 new employees. Most of whom will be agents. Over ten years, but that's half the size of the Marine Corps. That's the Democrats answer to inflation. What do you think about that governor? Well, first of all, I'd rather have 87,000 more marines than IRS agents. Yes, for sure. Yeah, it's outrageous. And I mean, just even just saying you're going to grow any bureaucracy in the federal government by 87,000 people is something that sounds absurd because we continue to have federal government growing out of control, but when you talk about 87,000 people that are going to be potentially coming after average taxpayers, that's very, very concerned.
Dana Goldberg and Stephanie Are Giddy Over This Week's Trump Raid
"Know what to say about how good this week has been and it's only Thursday still. I mean, it has been blissful. A G and I were talking about it on the podcast yesterday. She's just, you know, Trump's walking around going, I'm innocent, but which one of you has the wire? And then I said, but which one of you is bugged? Yes. Yes, Travis. Oh, we could say something on the safe. Mick Mulvaney was on scene, and this morning. He said that only 6 to 8 people know about that safe and Mar-a-Lago. Oh. Who could it be? Oh my God. It's like a game of clue. It's just getting. It's like mystery date, but better. Now he's going to be sad he wasn't there, Dana, 'cause the Trump lawyer said she saw ten to 15 FBI vehicles, including a rider truck. You know how he loves to pretend to drive the trucks. And drugs are a big trick. Do we have him doing it? I love big drops, Hong Kong. Doesn't he doesn't he always pretend? For photo ops to ride the stop reaching for the wheels, sir, you need to stop reaching for the wheel. Okay, she spoke to Trump while the raid was underway, and he expressed shock about the FBI search. This is massive job done right. Has required more than 1500 pieces of heavy equipment, one of the largest cranes anywhere in the world and look forward to seeing it. I love cranes. I love trucks of all. Not the rider trucks at the FBI. I took your illegal away and yes, this is but you know, the fact that he expressed shocking that this is what Mary Trump said yesterday, I think, is that this is the first time his life he's been without protection of the office of the presidency of the banks of his father. I mean, he's shocked because why wouldn't he be? He's gotten away with everything his entire life. But she's also said and we need to follow it. He's that list of inventory that he said he has. They're going to say they planted something. They were already starting to say that. That's what he's alluding to, and all of these will no one was there. The lawyers weren't there. The FBI agents had full reign. It's coming. So we all need to be prepared that it's coming. Yeah, I would say I was quoting Rachel Bennett offer earlier said, I think what we find at the end of the day is going to make our jaws drop as much as nothing you think nothing would surprise you about Donald Trump. What would be worth hiding and going to prison for for ten months? Jim Jordan seems to think it's golf balls. That's what they took boxes of golf balls and a raincoat. I'm like, he doesn't have a raincoat. He doesn't know how to use a rain umbrellas. So I'm sure that's not what's in the boxes, Jim.
It's Not the Rich Who Pay the IRS
"They have dispersed or at least they have committed to in this spending bill that they got over $80 billion to the IRS. $80 billion over ten years. And they're hiring 87,000 new IRS agents. I don't know a single person under the sound of my voice that enjoys listening to are the concept of the IRS. Nobody loves likes the IRS. What does the IRS do? They audit your money and they play dirty games. Not all of them, not every iris agent is a bad person. I feel like the agency has been weaponized. And Derek and I said this yesterday and I got a repeated today because somebody may not have heard me speak about it yesterday. They're not hiring 87,000 agents. For the wealthiest of the wealthy. Because there's not a lot of them anyway. They have plenty of agents that can just go after them. And they're not hiring 87,000 agents for the poorest of the poor, because they're not paying taxes during that anyway. They're hiring them for y'all in the middle.
Tellez hits tying HR, Adames winning single, Brews beat Rays
"The brewers fought a little life against the rays sweeping the two game series are come from behind four three win in ten innings rowdy to Les built at a leadoff home run in the bottom of the 9th inning to send the game to extra innings where Willie damas poked an RBI single to walk the brewers off of the whim Having lost 6 of 8 prior to this series to let says they write it a few wrongs We need to step it up so I think these two wins against another team that's competing for a position in the playoffs was big for us Raise reliever Ryan Thompson gave up the go ahead runs in both games Check Freeman Milwaukee
Newsweek: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding
"Want to break down this newsweek article for you And add some additional information that we have have seen here in the moments before the opening of this program So we have this piece that came out of ten O 3 a.m. today as many of you know listen to talk radio Exclusive and informer told the FBI what docs Trump was hiding and where by William M arkin Now I want to make it clear and keep something in mind So many of the leaks to the media are lies They are dis and misinformation And I will explain why some of this is BS The radar Mar-a-Lago was based largely in information from an FBI confidential human source they write Who was able to identify what classified documents former president Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents two senior government officials told newsweek The luck folks they met at the white at the Mar-a-Lago in June President isn't hiding anything They were negotiating with the president's attorneys and staff This is quite frankly typically what happens This is typically what happens And so they're not hiding in the locations president had taken them to the I guess you called the basement of Mar-a-Lago which had a lock on the door at the request of the government As it turns out where so many of the documents are these boxes were located
Lindor scores 3 more, Mets thump Reds for 6th straight win
"The mets jumped out early and pounded Cincinnati ten to two to sweep the three game series The mets have won 6 straight 15 of 17 and sit on top of the national league east at 73 and 39 Taiwan walker went 6 innings for his tenth win Often said a good job putting runs up early and can be scored at the first three or four innings and got a little cushion there and so it was just attacking my fastball and kind of get back into the groove Pete Alonso three hits adding his 96 RBI Daniel vogelbach three RBIs Francisco and door two hits two RBIs Mike thank you so New York
Michael Knowles: DOJ, FBI Have Harassed Trump Since 2015
"On I did a lot of box hits over the last which I usually do to Saturday morning And I'll do Hannity like every other week because it's just a lot going on But this week given how important everything was I felt it was my obligation to go on and use a platform And I said last night I mean we're like we went from the third world to banana republic to now like ten pot dictator stuff And I gave the example at least with proved everybody understood them to be state agit prop you know Like if the Soviet Union the fact that these entities are still pretending to be unbiased law enforcement agents like Christopher wray who just said that at a hearing it's just it's embarrassing it's just laughable at this point What's even more frustrating to me than the liberals who are perverting these agencies and using them to attack their political opponents Frankly even more frustrating than that I just squishes This squishes the squish Republicans who just don't get it who don't see what's happening right now There are actually people and some of whom I even like personally All right I'm not going to name names I don't want to say Tim Scott's name here but Tim Scott He goes on TV And he says he doesn't want to rush to judgment and he wants to let this process play out And I think respectfully we've seen the process play out We're not rushing to judgment at all The DoJ and the FBI in concert with Democrats have been attacking Trump for 6 years now This is I'm sorry 7 years now This has been going on since 2015 They start spying on the Trump campaign to keep them out of office Then he gets into office they use the DoJ illegitimately in concert with Dems to undermine the presidency They try to impeach him twice unsuccessfully They don't manage to kick him out of office Then he finally leaves office after they change all the election rules and what do they do They raid his home for what for the federal records act
Judge Jeanine Rages on 'The Five' Following FBI Trump Raid
"There was a funny headline about judge jeanine losing it on the set of the 5 yesterday. The headline of things said she lost it over this and then she lost it over that. But we're all kind of losing it. We're all enraged that this is happening in America. Here was judge jeanine on the 5 on the Fox News channel. I've read all the reporting. I saw some reporting last week that said that there was this awful story, this ten year old little girl that was raped and was an incest case and you had attorney generals across the country and including in those two states and we don't know what this case is about. We think that Democrats have made it all up. Only to have to come back and recant. To find out when the facts came out. But we should wait for the facts to come out here. The president is presumed innocent. Until proven otherwise. And I agree with that. But your speculation, I just think I don't think it's speculation at all. You do not. You do not break into a house of a guy that you've been working with for 9 months that you have to admit has been cooperating with you for a presidential records. No. Can I ask you a question? No. I'm going to answer your question. Yes, ma'am. And you do not do that and have guys who are they are 15 and women I might add at the front of Mar-a-Lago in a situation like this where the man's about to announce for president if he's going to run for president. But if I were the lawyer, the first thing I'd say is, as a citizen of the United States, I want to know from the Department of Justice, why you're doing this. I want to know from the FBI, whether or not this is legitimate, because everything that you've done regarding Donald Trump has been illegal, illegitimate, and immoral in the country knows it, and you have destroyed our faith in the justice system. Just one question, George. And it's not Donald Trump. It's their fault. His lawyers have that search more. They could release it. And that government can answer the question.
Pelosi to March Democrats Off Cliff With Inflation Bill Vote
"If we go back and again, you're a PhD. So you may not know much about the Declaration of Independence. But in the Declaration of Independence, there's the glorious language we know, but then Jefferson laid out what is an actual indictment of George the third. One of the particulars is they have sent out armies of officials to eat up our wealth. And that I just think 87,000 IRS agent. So your friends who are Democrats. And I know you've got some friends who are Democrat. I was talking to one last night. My college roommate, a longtime democratic friend saying, you know, Democrats are bent on self destruct, Elaine luria can not win reelection. Having cut the defense budget by inflation alone and having 87,000 IRS agents, she got a vote for that this week. Every Democrat in a tough district is being forced to vote on the IRS expansion act. Will any of them defect well because they did this for Henry waxman ten years ago. They voted for his idiotic climate bill then and now they're going to vote for climate bill that helps people in our income bracket by EVs. Do you think they're actually going to do that 9 weeks before an election? Pelosi seems to be marching them off the cliff right now. And even the New York Democrats and the other salt state Democrats who drew a line in the sand and said, we're not going to vote. Would you explain that? Again, we got steelers fans listening and they're not on peyote. So you could explain salt. Salt states. The state and local income tax state and local tax deduction, something we capped or effectively got rid of depending on what state you live in in the tax cuts and job with the intent of stopping the subsidization of high tax progressive states. Obviously all the members from high tax progressive states objected to that. And so they said, well, we want to eliminate that provision, go back to the status quo pre-tax cuts and jobs act. But even the moderate members who drew that line in the sand have now caved a speaker Pelosi. So with the possible exception of maybe Jared golden, I think she's going to have all her members vote for this. Come Friday,
More Reactions To The FBI's Raid of Mar-A-Lago
"Here's The Wall Street Journal editor. Well, first let me play a little audio because there's a lot of great audio on this yesterday. Let's start with senator Rick Scott on Fox business with degan McDowell, cut number 8. Well, first of all, it makes you mad. I mean, this is unprecedented. A former president potential opponent to Biden in 24 is house gets rated. We know the Biden administration targets their opponents. Merrick Garland's targets, democratic opponents. This is well, here's what needs to happen today. Separately, mayor Garland, Christopher wray, Joe Biden need to do press conference, take all questions, explain why they're doing what they're doing, what each of them knew when this should scare every American until we get answers. This should be, you should have unbelievable concern. I got more phone calls. Let's go over to Ted Cruz. Cut number 13. That's exactly right. What we've got to do is win control of the House and Senate so that we have the authority to engage in oversight. It was interesting that the director of the FBI was there for one round of questions. At the end of the round of questions, we were supposed to have a second round. He said, no, I got a plane to catch. I'm sorry I gotta go. He didn't want another round of questions as chuck grassley observed. Wait a second. You've got your own plane. The FBI has a private jet just for you, so you're playing to catch it. You just don't want to have any more investigation. We need serious oversight. We need accountability. The people who have been political and partisan need to be fired. And if they broke the law right, let's hear Marco Rubio say the same thing. Cut number ten. You know, an FBI raid looking for supposed classified documents is a ridiculous alibi. Unlike anyone else in the federal government, no president can be guilty of illegally handling classified information because a president has complete and final authority to decide whether something is classified or not.
Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation
"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.
Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties
"Actually, that's the one thing I wanted to ask him, and I was talking about misses before I play with him. I was like, to get football, I don't want to ask him about fanboys stuff. I want to actually ask him about what he did when he got into broadcasting because he said it. He's kind of the style that I would like to be, where he's real and he shows emotion and it's not kind of automated and monotone and you know, I'm sure there's a lot of broadcasters that kind of get into the space and just settle in like everyone else. And I was like, dude, I was like, I took me about 8 holes. I didn't really, you know, I was kind of playing it low key, I didn't want it to distract him too much, but it was doing that himself. But I was like, hey man, did you get any professional help before, you know, you went into broadcasting because it's like you sitting next to the goat, you know, Nance, and he went on for about ten minutes, and the first time I didn't really get anything out of it because he is so excited about all the ins and outs and you said it like he's analytical about everything. And the way he described it, I was like, all right, okay. All right, and you know, in between, we're trying to hit 40 footers for birdie and we're trying to read putts in that and I'm like, he's like fully will pull you aside and talk to you through your face, which is what I loved about Romo. Whenever you had a conversation with him, he would really talk to you. He wasn't just like saying stuff that people want to hear. He really liked getting to it. And then I re visited and asked him the second day and the greatest advice he gave me. He's like, if you're sitting at the dinner table with a bunch of people. And you're explaining a story that happened to you that day, you want to get them engaged. Do you really want to have a little bit of emotion? You want to be too loud. You don't want to shout. But you want to describe it like you're trying to keep everyone fixed on you at the dinner table for your story and show give it a little bit of it's hard to explain about what he was saying where, you know, you don't want to be too loud and emotional and do the kind of deal that everyone gets a little overexcited and be a play by play, guy, but you also want to be engaging enough to where everyone's going to entertain. So yeah, I took that and I was like, sweet. That makes total sense. Because I feel like golf these days, the most the broadcast and I'm a rookie, you know? Like I'm getting it, but I want to have a little bit more high energy. I want to be a little different. I don't want to be just, you know, the typical broadcaster.
Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason
"A federal judge has ruled against three golfers who jumped to Saudi backed Liv golf but wanted to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason U.S. district judge Beth labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose California after attorneys for the golfers and the PGA Tour each spoke for about an hour Golfers Taylor gooch Matt Jones and Hudson swafford were seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to play in the first of three FedExCup playoff events beginning Thursday They are among ten golfers who filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour last week
Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure
"A majority of insured hepatitis C patients are not getting the care they need the can cure them I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A new government study finds that fewer in one and three people infected with hepatitis C are getting the treatments that can cure them Experts say insurance restrictions appear to be part of the reason for the surprisingly low usage the pills can cost tens of thousands of dollars but can wipe out the infection and only a few months the study found that overall less than a third of people with health insurance get the medicines within a year of diagnosis the hepatitis C virus is spread through contact with blood from an infected person The virus does most of its damage by infecting the liver and can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer I'm Lisa dwyer
"tens" Discussed on 1A
"So as i mentioned special immigrant visa process is a highly document intensive process and in order to get that initial chief of mission approval. You have to show that you were employed by the us government or the us mission in afghanistan and many of the applicants that are eligible for the i v. worked for contractors and because of the us troop withdrawal. Many of these contractors are no longer in existence and so By law it becomes impractical for them to actually show their eligibility because their employers no exist and or When they left afghanistan they burned all their record so it becomes impractical for these applicants where the government has put the onus on the applicant to show that they are eligible for the sl to prove their eligibility. And this is something that we run into all the time where even those applicants that are eligible. They have no way of showing that and so. This is extremely frustrating. We got this message from l. h. Says i was under the impression. The afghans helped the us they could regain their country and live in their homeland without terrorists. So now you're saying they helped as a way to accelerate accelerate their immigration process. Now i didn't here either of you say that. But can you provide some clarity here julie. sure so when. Us entered afghanistan and In order to do their mission needed to rely on afghan nationals to support their mission They entered with the promise. That if you help us and as a result of your employment and work for the us government if you are now going to be at risk or under serious threat that we will protect you and this comes from a long standing long understanding that in order for the us to do their military missions abroad the success of those missions often hinge on local nationals. Because they know the language they know the the land they know what looks suspicious. What doesn't and so This was part of the promise that lee gave to our afghan allies. That if you help us if you become in need because of the work that you did for us we'll protect you and it's clear that the united states has betrayed. Its promise by not prioritizing special immigrant visa for the last eleven years today with us. Julie cornfeld a senior staff attorney at the international refugee assistance project. That's an organization that offers legal assistance to refugees and displaced people eric schwartz. He's the president of refugees international and independent humanitarian advocacy group focused
"tens" Discussed on 1A
"Because of your employment you are experiencing or have experienced a serious threat. Once you're able to prove that you meet those four prongs then you're able to petition the us government for your visa application. Then you submit your visa application and then you go through an interview and then you go through security checks and medical checks and again by law. That entire process is supposed to take months nine months and i have yet to see that happen. Well we got this question from robert who asks are all the afghans coming here being vaccinated for cova eric. Do we know if that's part of the medical check that happening. I'm i don't know the details of the kobe screening. But i am. I am certain that it is taking place. But i'm not. I'm not familiar with the details of of what kind of medical screening and how it's being done but i'm i'm you know i it it is you know i'm i'm very confident that it is happening. Can i make a comment on on the points that eulogised made because they really important sure and they damp tate. Demonstrate that The united states first of all those processes are for too slow and they're far too turgid and if people who are in desperate situations but it also it also reveals the fact that while we have a robust a refugee admissions program it. It's not very good at rescue. It you know in the refugee admissions program generally have people who are who are in refuge in second countries countries to which they they had fled. And then there's a there's a process by which that they can often take quite a bit of time And to get people to get to so refugees can come into the united states and but the program is not very good at rescue and when we find ourselves in a situation where people need to be rescued We end up in resorting to a lot of these. The united states ends up resorting to a lot of these. You know these ad hoc procedures now in point of fact getting over one hundred thousand people into the united states in a matter of many weeks is no mean feat so so so efforts are made and they're successful but we don't have the united states doesn't have a good process for this kind of rescue. And i think it's an issue for policymakers and it's an issue for the for the non-governmental advocacy community. Eric walk us through the different stages of the experience of refugee or an evacuee beginning with having to leave their home country to find safe resettlement somewhere else. Yup in this in this situation. What's occurred here is Has been has been extraordinary. And and and I don't know if there is a norm But but but but in many if not most cases of the twenty six million or so people around the world who are categorized as refugees They they take very arduous trips To get out of their countries of origin in circumstances where There may be very tight restrictions on exit on where they where they meet Be in great fear in many different ways and and they ultimately get to countries of refuge countries that sometimes are willing to to to host them generously but in most cases are You know are are ambivalent at best and hostile at worst and from there from from a country of refuge then individuals can apply for third third country settlement for permanent rate resettlement. And then they begin a process which can be you know. Months-long or years long In in in terms of trying you know ultimately to get themselves and their families resettled in a country like the united states we're discussing what's next for afghan refugees.
"tens" Discussed on 1A
"This is one a. I'm jen white in washington. America's twenty year war in afghanistan is officially over the last. Us military planes cleared afghan airspace last night as victorious taliban fighters fired into the air and some afghans lingered by the airport gates the announcement of the complete withdrawal came from marine general. Kenneth mackenzie had of. Us central command. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. It's a tough situation. But i want to emphasize again at simply because we have left. That doesn't mean the opportunities for both americans that are in afghanistan that wanna leave and afghans. He wanna leave. They will not be denied that opportunity. I think our department state's gonna work that very hard in the days weeks. Since the taliban seized kabul on august fifteenth the us has helped evacuate around one hundred sixteen thousand people. Thousands of afghan refugees of already arrived at military bases in virginia texas and new jersey. Tens of thousands are expected to follow in the weeks to come. That number includes khan. He's a special immigrant visa recipient. Who worked for the us mission in afghanistan for more than six years. He arrived in virginia just over a week ago and now lives in houston texas. His voice has been distorted for his protection. Here he is describing his arrival to the. Us tv slipped on the in village. Dulles airport people were welcoming. You are really happy. My son my rights. You are just slapping smiling innovative early to the houston mini amid a us citizen Airport the black as us flags in navy admitted happy yet is no any danger forrest. Nba advocated thankful value people. Here who rilke muscle hotan kaz in. Who helped us. We'll hear more from con throughout the show about his harrowing journey to get to the us. But first let's turn to someone who's helping resettle refugees like han joining us from charlottesville. Virginia is harriet core. She's the executive director of the international rescue committee in charlottesville and richmond. Harriet welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. So virginia's one of the states that's already welcomed a number of afghan refugees. What are you seeing in your community. So far you know. We're not actually seeing all that many people arriving a locally just a few we've had a few families come in. I people who were able to get out who actually had visas. And we're able to get out on the last commercial flights and then we have had a few families come in through fort lee and through dulles in these were people that were far along in this. Iv application process. But now what. We're what we're seeing more on. The ground is just a huge outpouring of support from the local community. Who are really want to welcome the the refugees and evacuees who will be coming in the coming weeks and months now. You've said that the term refugee is being somewhat misused when talking about some of the afghans who are coming to the. Us what do you mean. i'm. I don't think not nestle misused. But i i think the important thing is that an refugees we mean anybody who's displaced in. Who has been pushed out force out of their country and needs a safe haven but the people that were working within that are coming now are all people that have kind of ties with the us or with other countries and that that was really the priority. That was coming out. it's not just. They just ran it but they are really a a class of people that that we owe and have debt to because of how they helped us in afghanistan and how they helped help promote our goals and better services and everything in their country and those are the people that got on those flights out. Talk about some of the preparation that that goes into your work. How you're preparing. I'm your community to to provide a safe haven for these people you know i would say in both the communities that we're working in we didn't people were really coming to us but they're P people just feel such a desire to be you know to be welcoming into to respond to what they see that they're seeing on tv what they're hearing on the radio and to kind of open their arms. We have been obviously Collecting financial donations. We our offices just packed to the ceilings with all sorts of household goods diapers everything. You can imagine people have been bringing us on the call. We've been putting out. And i think this is happening. Asthma basis is people with access to housing. Because we're we're trying to bring people in in a short timeframe into an already tight housing market so we've really been putting that word out as well you know everyb- anybody with a basement apartment or anyone. That has the capacity to help us house people as they come in. You mentioned the challenge of securing housing for evacuees. We know affordable housing is already scarce in much of the country especially places like dc and in surrounding areas like virginia but beyond that housing piece. What else does the resettlement process involved. so it our goal is to get people kind of integrated and and kind of self sufficient both economically and socially within their communities in just a few months. So you know helping. Obviously we're going to be enrolling children. Schools were helping people get medical care health screenings and then you know the really key part is getting adults jobs because we do get some federal assistance. But it's a very time. Limited and there is an expectation that when families come in refugee families come in. They are economically self-sufficient able to pay their rent and their expenses within maybe three to six months after rival. It's really tight english classes. All the things that you would want you'd expect that someone would need to be able to kind of settle in what's complicating right. Now is not complicated but this an added element of trauma because both the afghans coming to us. The people coming over have lived through this life or death. you know. will i make it out. Will i make it out alive so you know. People are coming to us. In a very heightened state with you know probably trauma and anxiety and what we're seeing of our afghans that are here already. The communities are experienced up pretty high level of trauma in concern. Because they're all worried about their families back home that are still there. So there's just a real kind of heightened level of anxiety mixing into all of that as well. That's harriet core. She's the executive director of the international rescue committee. Charlottesville and richmond. Harriet thank you for speaking with us. Thank you in order to gain legal refugee status in the united states. Afghans must obtain a special visa. The process is only supposed to take nine months but for some it's taken nearly a decade. We talk about why that is after the break support for npr and the following message. Come from better help. Offering online counseling better help. Therapist has sue. Joe knows that lockdown has been hard on us as humans. We as people are hardwired to connect with others..
"tens" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Podcast. I'm susan davis. I cover congress. I'm scott detro-. I covered the white house and in remarks at the white house on tuesday. President biden said the. Us is on track to soon complete airlifts out of afghanistan. We're currently on pace to finish by august. thirty first. the sooner we can finish the better. Each day of operations brings added restore troops our colleague. Greg covers national security for npr and he joins us now. Hi greg hey sue. So let's start with this. Is it possible for the us to evacuate all the people. It is promising to evacuate over the next six days. Well it's a fuzzy number. We don't know exactly what that figure is. We and others have been pressing for days and days. The us says it wants to get out. Every american who wants to get out and all afghans who worked with the americans and others. Now who are at risk. But what is that number of about as we speak forty four hundred americans have have come out but when you go to a country as an american citizen you don't have to register at the embassy and when you leave you don't have to deregister so therefore it's kind of hard to figure out exactly how many american citizens are in a country of the the. Us officials say they've been in contact via phone or email with with us citizens that they're aware of and try to get them out. We've heard now for a third time. The us military helicopter from the airport in kabul to pick up a us citizens and bring them back so they are going to some pretty extraordinary links to try to make it happen. The question is the numbers trying to figure out. Exactly how many are there and this tight tight deadline. Which is fast approaching. The white house has been pretty defensive about its inability to to provide. This number has really explained this point over and over again and it's worth pointing out that even as the white house has been increasingly proud to give two or three times a day. Updates of like the baseball stadiums worth of people a day. That it's airlifting out of afghanistan right. It wasn't actually until yesterday that the government said how many americans have been evacuated but than four thousand according to the pentagon which of course means a big chunk of the people who were evacuate or none of those airplanes we're afghans is obviously people from other countries where were evacuated as well though. That's my other question. Greg is what exactly or how much do we know about who is still there and how they're going to get out right so it's presumed to be a few thousand more americans but perhaps still tens of thousands of afghans and they've kind of expanded the categories Before the before the big crisis started just a couple of weeks ago it was people known as siv's people with special immigrant visas. These were the translators interpreters who'd worked with the us troops over the past twenty years. But now that we've we've seen this. This group expanded it again. It was their family members. So we're talking close baby up around twenty thousand of the siv's plus family members and you get up. Maybe seventy eighty ninety hundred thousand but we're also talking now about the category. They're calling just at risk and these might be a journalist or people who've worked in the afghan government and feel. They've been at risk where they've received threats in some fashion from the taliban so that that number is expanding all of these these huge bureaucratic requirements at the state department Had put in place have kind of fallen by the wayside not entirely but but it's getting much looser about who can who can get on a flight at the airport now. These people are still supposed to be vetted when they arrive at a at a way station at an airbase in qatar germany. But as we've seen everybody's had to scramble because this has become such a such a rush operation there's a lot of pressure right now on biden from lawmakers in both parties from world leaders saying don't stick to don't make a hard deadline scott. Why is the white house so insistent that they keep this hard deadline. Why not push it back. While i think first of all remember this all started because biden was anxious to get out of afghanistan. He didn't want any more soldiers there. He wanted to follow through on a promise. He wanted to be the president who actually delivered on the promise of leaving afghanistan and i the spring than early this summer. He said the united states is pushing through with this and when will be completely out of this country by september eleventh. The twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks obviously a symbolic symbolic deadline but also kind of the after effects of some some loose agreements that the trump administration had had had agreed to with the taliban afghanistan's government last year. Biden is trying to walk a fine line here. the messaging from the white house is that the us is on pace to achieve. Its goals of airlifting. Americans and afghan allies out of the country by the thirty. First that it's going to happen by that deadline anyway. I think a lot of people on the ground are very skeptical that that deadline will be met so. I don't know if that talking point will have to change. The deadline gets closer. It's clear there are still people on the ground but right now you can clearly see. The president try to satisfy both sides by saying so far The thirty first is the deadline. And the other thing. I'd add is that he national security advisor jake sullivan. Other administration officials have been saying a lot more bluntly lately that they are worried. The longer that Thousands of troops are securing the airport perimeter the more vulnerable. They are to an attack from isis k. Which is a terror group in inside afghanistan among other groups. Great obviously the. The taliban is a factor here. There was a story reported earlier in the week that the cia director william burns actually went to afghanistan and met with leaders of the taliban on monday. What do we know about that meeting. So cia director. William burns flew to kabul and he had a meeting with the effectively. The top taliban political leader mulla abdul. Ghani bara dr. He has been a top taliban figure going way back. And he's got quite a history. We don't know where they met or what they discussed. Obviously there were short term issues like this august thirty first deadline. There's also the question of what sort of relationship the us. And the taliban might have after august thirty first and when the us is gone but quite striking. I think it really shows that the us and the taliban are being pretty pragmatic here..
"tens" Discussed on Just Hands Poker Podcast
"Talk about some poker Flop we've got pocket tens to lamps. We raised twenty and we got called. The flop is nine for deuce rainbow. So there's a forty seven going in In the from law what do you think about the spot here. I think i would probably go ahead in bet large. I do think check raises kind of fun and it can be effective against players. Who c- who does too much in this situation. Bud one three limber. I just don't trust as player to bet enough. So i think we should be putting ourselves now a little bit bigger because i think that this is not this is not a hand benefits as much from like keeping over card type hans in play so if we had. Let's say queens making bit smaller because let's opponent has like king jack Votes that there's some downside obviously with king but there's also some serious upside with jack With hens that doesn't that dynamic doesn't exist in the same way so i would be targeting just our opponents pairs mostly expecting quite a few unpaid hands to fold and then having a high confidence in us having the best hand going forward. I do think we have to be a little careful about like not sure that i'm trying to over bet turning river in member. Dvr four hundred effective so Of ten ultimately. I think we can probably just size to get all in. There's not much much better to do Like i do think if we were a little bit deeper we might want to size up on the flop and then better a more conservative amount on the turn and river mike. Let's say fifty percent pop. Just because i think if we four hundred one. Three games like can't be a lot. I mean it's philly. So i guess that players are a little bit looser. Her used Losing four hundred dollars in these environments. It depends a little bit. You're playing against like are getting stacks in here is a huge pot or is that like one of the mental. Like if you're in the casino in dc the mgm. That seems to be a game where this would be a big pot to get here. But it like the jack in cleveland. You know getting four hundred dollars in in this situation in like a one three game. A lot of the reds there in recreational players are not that rich porn stars think took change end. You might expect like a nine or a pair of aids or something like that to fold At some point the hand in if you are all in as the aggressor you might be facing calling range which has been pretty bad shape.
"tens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way. Home Traffic center news 93.1 kfbk. Look at your forecast. The high Today is 92 degrees tomorrow. We're looking at 94 the high and then the heat wave hits us. It begins on Thursday run till the following Tuesday High on Thursday. 102. Okay, let's get over to news from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell joins us. What do you have? Yes. This is coming out of the grass Valley Unions or the Nevada Irrigation district escalate his response to the state route drive statewide drought. By imposing mandatory water use restrictive of restrictions, effective immediately for Nevada County portions of plastering Yuba counties as well. So what it prohibits is any runoff into neighbors properties when you're using your sprinklers, and also you could only water your grass three days a week before 10 A.m. or after six PM Okay. Thank you. Lot of restrictions rolling out. Yeah, well everywhere. You know, I did. The the news will be if you're if you live in an area that doesn't right, right. That's true at that point, no. Yeah. Out of Boulder, Colorado, this five minutes breathing workout, Scientists are calling its strength training for your breathing muscles. It's called. If you want to look it up. High resistance inspire a Tory muscle, strengthening training, or I am Stu can look it up by that This takes about five minutes and they said it's better than walking. It's better than blood pressure medication for lowering your blood pressure. Really? Yeah. It has just a little handheld machine. It's like a little handheld device that you use and you it takes about. I don't know 30 seconds or so to do these breathing exercises, and it makes it harder to breathe. Yeah, it resists you inhaling Mhm that lowers your blood pressure, muscle building for your lungs and your respiratory system. Interesting. One of the big headlines out there this morning is out of the Wall Street Journal. Uh, the folks in the Middle East that control the oil OPEC, They cancelled a meeting. Um And that means that prices are going to continue to go up a barrel of oil hit a new all time not an all time high, but a new high in the last five years, I think it is today, so at any rate, gas prices have been rising and continue to rise for a variety of reasons, not just OPEC. And one expert is going to weigh and tell us exactly why it is we are seeing the prices are going up and what we can expect as the summer continues, okay? I understand that we have some diesel fuel in the roadway. We move you very slick situation. Traffic points every 10 minutes on the 10. We have had an issue in an accident. Working mornings and afternoons.
"tens" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Story comes from la cbs shrapnel flies into the air above south la as a bomb disposal truck explodes a devastating and unexpected end to a massive illegal fireworks. Bust it blew windows out of nearby homes and businesses and injured people standing out on the street and sheltered inside their homes l. a. f. d. wheeled stretchers out to the injured at last update sixteen victims total. That's nine lapd officers who suffered minor injuries one. Atf investigator and six innocent neighbors. A tip from a concern neighbor of lead lapd major crimes. Investigators to the home on twenty seventh street boxes of illegal fireworks were packed into the garage over five thousand pounds of illegal fireworks as well as powerful homemade explosive devices described as really big m. eighties. They were loaded onto a forklift. And then into a big rig. The bomb squad loaded those homemade explosive devices into the bomb disposal. Truck seven minutes after they loaded them right after they said fire and the whole they crack the truck wide open. It also now looks like there was no major structural damage to these homes but religious a lot of windows blown out on the homes in nearby businesses. I'm sorry but that's funny. I'm sorry people had to get hurt. But that's funny and you got to think there were a couple of cops. Because i know a lot of cops that were sitting back going man. I'm not sure that bomb. Detonation man's going. Did you see that stuff did you steep. Do you remember the joe dirt Line you don't have remember. He goes through all the firecrackers there had think about this. If the bomb disposal van is designed that if a bomb goes off which my my. I'm guessing that's what this is that it would self contained it and somebody had explosives at their home. There were enough to shred that thing that was gonna be one hell of july fourth. Can you imagine what was going to happen now. You have to hope that whoever was gonna fire those things off wasn't gonna do them all at one time so that would made it a little bit better a little bit better but my goodness ramon. You got that scene from joe dirt. You're gonna tell me the you don't have no black. Cats know roman candles or screaming. Mimi's no oh come on man. You don't got no lady fingers. Does buttle sneaker bombs church burners finger blasters get busters zippy dudas crap flapper. No i don't you're gonna stand there owning a firework stand and tell me you don't have no whistling von holes no splaine splitters whisker biscuits honky lighters. Who's purdue's who screwed don's cherry bombs nips. Today's irs with without the scooter. Stick or one single whistling kitty chaser. No snakes than sparklers are the only ones. I like that not me. It's not what you like. It's the conceivable so you know what. Why don't we have a little fun. If you sustained or caused great damage to person or property during july fourth celebrations are. It could be new year's but just say it was july fourth involving firecrackers bottle rockets roman candles or you know what causes more problems than people realize is sparklers. Those damn sparklers are the most lame thing ever by the way seven one. Three two and two five eight seven four. Call up until your story and make it quick. Don't be ten minutes into your store and go to make a long story short. It's too late it's too it's way too late but if you have a great story of damage done to property or person that you caused or were the victim of you can share that seven one three two and two five eight seven four or on the black land seven one three two one two forty seven forty a few years ago buddy of mine who. I don't think enjoyed firecrackers as much as i did. I was standing with the little. Are they black cats. I was standing the whole role of them. And i had a punk in one hand and firecrackers in the other. And i would like one and i would just throw them randomly and for some reason he did not find that nearly as funny as i did and the more i did it the matter he got in the manner he got the more. He demanded that. I stopped doing in the more. He demanded that i stopped doing it. The funnier i thought it was so i would throw them over in his vicinity. Look not a very friendly thing to do. I would say. I'm not proud of it. But i have great memories of it and i look back now. We used to have bottle rocket wars bottlerocket wars. You know i think of how differently. My children have been raised than i was. And i guess it's good because they won't get there. I put out. Because i my entire childhood was spent with my parents and grandparents saying that whatever we were doing was going to get our i put out and i'm happy to say that i am here with two is today i survived. My brothers survived. Most of my friends survive. None of us had our is put out. But that was your is. We're going to be put out at any moment. The is could be put out is being put out was a constant source of concern and threat being issued and. I almost got the impression that if one of us got are put out that before treatment was administered or we loaded up to head to the er that was. I gonna be see see. I told you told you get you look at you. You got you. I put out a told you you can get you put out but we would. We would hunker down and do bottle rocket wars. And i'm going to tell you something who. Maybe if you do that now at least cover your eyes so your eyes won't get put out because i still secretly believe it's possible but roman candles bottle rockets and the thing about bottle. Rockets ramon does. I don't know if y'all had bottle rockets and santa fe that thing about bottle rockets. Is that bottle. Rockets are not accurate. When you.
"tens" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Cops are actually seeing see while you're tucked in at night watching the wheel. Are you so serve. Kim kardashian or whatever it is those cops are out there having to deal with this. I think it's good to have reality. Tv show so you'll see the reality on divan mike you day but a year to make gloves. She wanted you to wait. Let me tell you. A story amman situation was talking to this girl from the. Us nation the way that our manpower was on tour concept had long hair and short miniskirt. I just got off stage trip with sweat hours to the crown to guess who i wish split in. Come to the pitcher boot. So i ask you a question to see hundred proof that she said blah blah blah not campan's and every took a couple of foot since she was assumed. That's how do you like you. Said i was very news. Started to embrace him men rain. But when i sprung the question jack the kind of strength didn't to have mess you no. Why don't i only have you got what i say. Just a you say.
"tens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap plus traffic Center News 90. 3.1 kfbk. Here's a look at your forecast today. Sunny skies with a higher on 90 degrees tomorrow sunny skies with a higher on 87 degrees and Friday sunny skies with a high near 89 degrees, and that is look at your three day forecast. OK, time now for news from your neighborhood. Allora Parnell buddy, have Yes, it's coming out of the Chico Enterprise record. So if you're looking for some good vibes, good music and good food. In the Chico's summer fest at Patrick Branch Museum. Maybe the place that you want to be is happening. June 19th with Germany and Journey and Jimmy Buffett cover bands as well as food trucks and games. 19th sounds like a great time You told us about a party they had planned done downtown Chico yesterday they have in a downtown one of them, then Orville. They're having the concert in the park. Seriously. No area get out, enjoy much of parties going on scandal plagued Viper program that provided members of Congress with federal air marshals. We're often yang from high risk flights has been canceled. Also, they were taking the federal air marshals that we're protecting the rest of us and and bringing them with them. Right. So the federal Air marshal program their primary function is to protect commercial passenger flights by deterring and countering the risk of terrorist activity. Apparently, they were not scheduling these federal air marshals to go on these flights to take care of commercial passengers. Because they were all waiting around to go with Congress, people various places, and the latest was the Judicial Watch did the investigation. They looked at the latest flight of California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, She took a trip to Minnesota. She pulled two federal air marshals to join her. Those air marshals were scheduled to go on commercial passenger flight. She pulled them to accompany her. She already has a four man detail. That that accompanies her. So she has a four man detail and she pulled tomb or so there were six and she's not the only Congress person that has been doing this, but she is the one in that prompted the investigation, so they canceled that now. So the federal air marshals are all waiting to get new assignments. And if we had time, we could go into the health care benefits that they enjoy that we don't but that's a whole another. That's another dealer. We're going to check in with the Rory O'Neill. He's always great to have on the program. And there are growing calls a lot more pressure now to open up, not only an international, but maybe even a national investigation into what happened at that lab in Wuhan, where there is concern now that that that the coronavirus Leaked? Yes, From there. We'll talk to Rory about and get the timeline. Sacramento's number one for breaking news. This just in to news 93 local news. A phony health officials are at the traffic on the tens every time whether at least sunny and warm. The one you can depend on is 93.1 93.1 kfbk. Maybe you don't have AH, big plans from let radio advertising keep your business top of mind with customers all summer long visit I hard at builder dot com To get your business on the radio quickly and easily..
"tens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on the cap, plus traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk This forecast brought to you by service champions Today. Sunny skies higher on 87 Tomorrow sunny skies a higher on 90 degrees and Friday mostly sunny. Behind your 88 degrees, And I think it's time for news from your neighborhood. Yes, it is. Albert's got his headphones on, so it must be time. Yes, it is. This is going and coming out of the Corning Observers OK, McGlynn unit of Cal Fire and the team accounted. Fire department are reminding residents that burn permits will be required starting Saturday, may 1st in the unincorporated areas of to him a county and it's on and it will expand. No question about it in West Virginia. They are going to give people some call it a bribe. Anybody between 16 and 35 years old will receive $100 savings bond for getting a vaccine shot. We're giving money to people to get shots. No. Where's my? Where's my money for getting my shingle shot? I'd like my shingle shot. Stipulation. That's awesome. Okay, I know. Well, I mean, you know if you're gonna pay if there's free college because that's what we're calling it free card. Nothing is free. Mm. Everybody's getting something like Yeah. Uh, if you're thinking about getting a job, look, the perks are out there. We talked a little bit about that. But there's an expert out there says you know me read the fine print because there's some are making some promises. Maybe that don't they're not distant doesn't work out, especially for the job hunters out there. The high school kids the college kids, people were looking to get back in the workforce. OK, definitely check that out. Give me my traffic reports traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes all the way home. It's a word that no traffic conditions. Another fire reported state connected kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil Sacramento's news Maybe 3.1 kfbk. Hi. Break time. I know you. I'm cola guard a prescription colon cancer screening option for people 45, plus an average risk. It seems like you take care of yourself. I do I play tennis. Try.
"tens" Discussed on Curtis Lake
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"tens" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"August Eleven The different tenses of grace. . We always pray for you that are God. . May Make you worthy of his calling. . And may fulfill every resolve for good and every work of faith by his power so that the name of our Lord Jesus may be glorified in you and you in him according to the grace of our God and the Lord Jesus Christ. . Second Testimony Ins, , one eleven and twelve. . Grace is not only God's disposition to do good for us when we don't deserve it. . We call this undeserved favor. . God's grace is also a power from God that acts in our lives and makes good things happen in US and for us which we also don't deserve. . All said that we fulfil our resolves for good. . BY HIS POWER VERSUS ELEVEN And then. . He adds at the end of verse twelve according to the. . Grace. . Of our God. . And the Lord Jesus Christ the power that actually works in our lives to make Christ exalting obedience. . Possible is an exertion of the grace of God. . You could see this also in First Corinthians fifteen ten. . By the grace of God, , I am what I am and His grace toward me was not in vain on the contrary I worked harder than any of them though it was not I, , but the grace of God that is with me. . So. . Grace is an active present transformative obedience enabling. . Power. . Therefore. . This grace. . which moves in power from God to you at a point in time is both past. . And Future. . It has already done something for you and in you and therefore it is passed and he's about to do something in you and for you and so it is future. . Both five seconds from now. . And five million years from now. . God's grace is ever cascading over the waterfall of the present. . From an inexhaustible river of grace coming to us from the future into the ever increasing reservoir of grace in the past. . In the next five minutes. . You will receive sustaining grace flowing to you from the future. . In this you trust. . And You will accumulate. . Another, , five minutes worth of grace. . In, , the reservoir of the past. . For this. . You give. . Thanks.
"tens" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Lugging around five of the parenting round of a podcast for the week of March night Nicole. Erickson them here at Terry Morrow. Hello and Catherine's LECCO. Hello today. Were taking a break from talking and complaining and obsessing and instead shouting out other things people are doing that. We think you'll find as use whole earth enjoyable s we do and we call this our roundabout roundup and. I'm kind of on an instagram streak. Right now I've just been finding all sorts of awesome instagram accounts to follow and my latest one. That I've been enjoying snickering out is It's called fruits of motherhood and the lady who runs it. Her actual last name is fruit. And so it's kind of our fruits so her name is Linda Fruit. So that's that's a nice little stand on that but anyway so she mostly posts kind of like these little quotes or soundbites stories. And I just think it's kind of inspiring it makes you laugh if you if possible on your feed you know they'll just kind of look at it only relate to that so for example you know one of them was. I've never wrestled an alligator but I have brushed toddlers team. Did so it's really cute. That two young kids. So it's more for you know at well for those of us that have kids at any age. We can automate right. We can. Yeah we've been there. We've done that. We've bought the T shirt. So Catherine what are you shouting this league so Last week my daughter had heard final competition of the year with her skating team and the morning of the competition. She woke up with terrible pain in her back And actually she. She was complaining of it before she went to bed and then when she woke up she couldn't sleep because it hurts so bad and We gave her. I gave her at Bell and stuff. But you know I didn't. I didn't know what else to do. And Luckily the team mom is a nurse practitioner and then another parent who happens to be the sister of the team. Mom is a therapist so between the two of them. They were like okay. She needs Heat and obviously you know. Keep up with the with the ibuprofen. But it's muscular and so she needs heat but But another thing that can help. Is this thing called a tens unit so it stands for trans cutaneous electrical nerve stimulation with of course sounds a little scary But it's just this little device. I bought it out. Cvs And it's it's a battery pack little thing and it comes with these sticky like electrode type patches and then it attached to a just a battery power thing and you you play these patches where it is that you have the pain like for my daughter happened to be like in. The middle of her back wasn't lower back pain. It was like just under her shoulders. And you put these things there and you tournament and it. You can't see or feel anything from the outside but inside it's stimulating the nerves and it just relaxes the muscles. So you don't have to in dressed any any Drugs or anything and you just put it on there for like fifteen minutes and then You can repeat throughout the day if you need to end. It worked beautifully like it helped her so much to as able to skate into his able to you know do her her one move that she had to do that involves her back then was really what caused the problem. So this one I bought was like sixty dollars. But obviously you can reuse it Many times and you can even buy replacement for the little patch thing as if they lose their stickiness So it was well it was well worth it you can get cheaper wants to and you can use it all over for different muscles that have different problems so two thumbs up because it really helped her out what she was feeling awful. I'll vouch for it to. I've had several times in my chiropractor. Amazing Never heard of that. Yeah good it was. It was really helpful so call. How about you Tara? What have you got the well? The thing I'm going to shout out is a net flicks show that I did not actually watch and yet I am being enormously entertained by it. It is called the stranger. It is an eight episode. Mystery set in England and my husband started watching it because people at work were talking about it so he had a week off and he said we have net flicks right on. Watch this thing so I started watching it and I. It was creepy for so I just put it in my headphones and I still sit on the couch and do my work but I can kind of out of the way I see things right so you know when you do that you kind of see a senior kind of make a conclusion in your head. Sort of what's going on so I saw just enough of it. Kinda curious but not enough to really understand anything so he finished it this morning and so I said so. Tell me what exactly was that. All about my mentioned a couple of things I it's scene and he starts trying to tell me the plot of this thing we're about eighty east talked for about half an hour. We start recording this and we're still not halfway through it. He keeps like starting to tell part of the one of the plot threads and then we'll and then also this and then and then I'm trying to keep track okay. So there's somebody who's in the hospital. Is that the person whose mother is doing this Ono. That's another person and is like there's black male and there's lies in there's secrets in their plots in. There's this and it just goes. It's like fifteen years of soap opera plot compacted into eight forty five minute episodes. I not laughed so hard in a long time as when my husband was trying to me all these plot threads and every time he started to tell one story then he had to go back and tell another story that fed into this story. And I'm trying. I saw something when I was you. Were watching it. I saw these seeing. What was that? Who was that an. I completely misinterpreted something. There were two actors. I know who are in it who I mixed up their characters so then we had to go back and pack all unpack all of that. So I don't know if I can recommend watching stranger because I didn't actually watch it but have your spouse. Watch it to you hours of good fun honestly. It's been wonderful. So maybe next we got I will have the rest of it and better verdict but my goodness there's a lot going on this thing and I got none of it from watching it without so could be fun. If you like super super super twisty mysteries with British accents. Check it out or have somebody tried to explain it to you and that would be at first other week. Parenting roundabout if you missed any of our earlier episodes this week. Look them up on Speaker Apple podcasts..
"tens" Discussed on AP News
"Jackie Quinn New Hampshire voters turned out for their neighbor Vermont senator Bernie Sanders in the key Tuesday primary I'm proud that we have spoken to tens and tens of thousands of people in New Hampshire it appears a strong showing as well for Minnesota's Elizabeth global star Amy Klobuchar that is Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren says she didn't do as well as hoped former vice president Joe Biden with low numbers in New England made his way to South Carolina where the next contest is going to be hell we haven't heard from the most dramatic institution number credit party the African American can the plus is going segment of society that Dino community to candidates have bowed out businessman Andrew Yang and Colorado senator Michael Bennet president trump lashing out against democratic presidential challenger Michael Bloomberg as a tape resurfaces about Bloomberg stop and frisk crime fighting policy which targeted minorities in New York watched him pander at our church and practically begged for forgiveness I wouldn't of beg for forgiveness I mean he was doing his job at the time Bloomberg has since apologized federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says that the US economy appears durable with steady growth and low unemployment but we are closely monitoring the emergence of the coronavirus which could lead to disruptions in China that spill over to the rest of the global economy there are thirty six new cases of corona virus reported on a Japanese cruise ship that stuck at port in California the quarantine though has been lifted for scores of evacuees from China who were held at the March air reserve base.
"tens" Discussed on WTVN
"Every ten minutes on the tens power by Tim Sohn header heating and cooling more traffic you can trust in ten minutes I mean Darling on news radio six ten W. TVS I maybe see six first warning meteorologist theater but Michael good Tuesday morning everyone merry Christmas Eve boy that forgot there is dance in some pockets so make sure to give yourself a little extra time this morning so patchy dense freezing fog in spots this morning by the afternoon partly cloudy we get up to a high of forty eight a little bit of patchy fog tonight into early tomorrow morning we'll get up to a high of fifty six partly cloudy skies for your Christmas that patchy fog actually role in pretty late in the Columbus area this morning weather's power by the basement doctor got some dense fog out there now twenty eight Clintonville twenty seven your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN a teenager was killed in a crash in Pickaway county Monday morning the Pickaway county sheriff's office says a Honda pilot crashed into a guard rail along state route one oh four just north of three sixteen the passenger a seventeen year old boy was pronounced dead at the scene a seventeen year old driver suffered minor injuries that's also why it reporting the victims been identified as seventeen year old trade call you're a student of Westfall high school counselors will be available at the school this morning for those in need Amanda was on heroin ended up being the victim of a shooting early Monday morning Columbus police say thirty three year old Sean Morgan was riding around the city with a friend named Bob when he passed out from there once when he woke up at his home he discovered he had two gunshot wounds the police report indicates Morgan does not know the actual name of the friend anyone with information is asked to call C. B. date other be more articles of impeachment against president trump according to a new court documents filed Monday maybe for the fight to get for White House counsel don began to testify ABC news legal analyst royal Oakes as Democrats say there could be new causes of action depending on what began as to say trump's answer to the request by Democrats the judge's order more information is to note the impeachment fight as a constitutional matter is between Congress and the president the judicial branch should basically hold their coats while they do get out Democrats argue judges should require compliance with lawful subpoena so the two sides give oral arguments after the first of the year president trouble begin his reelection campaign on twenty twenty in Ohio around these from scratch for January ninth of the Huntington center in Toledo spokesman for the trump campaign scored president trump's delivering on his promises and he looks forward to celebrating those successes with the great men and women of Ohio and quote special scene outside of nationwide children's hospital Monday night with dozens of cruisers parading and lighting up for the season ABC six Israeli Nelson talk to Franklin County sheriff's chief deputy Jim.
"tens" Discussed on WTVN
"The tens from temp starring customary in accepting the check of seven one of the fairgrounds on the way in just a few not Johnny hill newsradio six ten WTVN. an ABC six first warning meteorologist Jim got all today is our sixteenth dry day in a row but the record is forty eight days in the fall of nineteen sixty three hi eighty three today eighty four tomorrow eighty five on Thursday whether powered by the basement Dr eighty seventy nine in get Hannah seventy nine at your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN these UAW members not so long ago help save the company that many people didn't think was going to survive they stood up for that company and now they want that company to stand up for them at the table. action at General Motors plants says come to a halt with the United auto workers union going on strike you a representative Brian Rosenberger says contract talks resume today both sides say though they're very far going on strike you a representative Brian Rosenberger says contract talks resume today both sides say though they're very far apart on major issues including you a W. efforts to keep for plants GM wants to idle in the U. S. producing parts in the very least. the automaker is expected to lose tens of millions of dollars every day that the strike continues a century old building at the Ohio expo center is in line for a major makeover according to Columbus business first the Taft Coliseum will undergo a four point one million dollar renovation which will include an upgraded ice rink in LED lighting the building originally opened in nineteen eighteen a spokeswoman for the Ohio expo center says ice time for youth and club hockey teams remains in high demand in central Ohio the facility with a capacity of seven thousand was the home of the Columbus chill of the ECHL for nine seasons for the city was awarded the blue jackets and shell franchise I'm Scott Jennings news radio six ten WTVN the Columbus crew plan to break ground on their new stadium next month as their money is said to be held on October tenth at six fifty west nationwide Boulevard and then construction on the site will begin shortly after a Wagner family member charged with the murder has violated a court order while awaiting trial Edgell Wagner saw her phone in mail privileges suspended by Pike County common pleas judge Randy during on Monday what your who is one of several members of our family accused of killing members of the road and family in twenty sixteen violated a gag order by contacting her mother read a new come be a phone twenty times in June and July new come charged with perjury and obstruction in the case was also ordered not to have any contact with anyone related to the case while out on bond a monitor with an ankle bracelet Angela is still permitted to have contact with her attorneys she her husband and two sons have been charged with aggravated murder I'm Sean Gallagher her husband Billy and one of her sons Jake were in court today for a hearing they are both facing murder charges if convicted they could spend the rest of their lives behind bars some of the students accused of contaminating food served to teachers at all intend to high it's middle school admitted their guilt yesterday and have been sentenced the eighth grade boys saying they were part of a scheme to taint teachers food with bodily fluid the act was recorded by other students and then. even released on social media the teachers involved have agreed had agreed to judge a cooking contest that was being held inside the school that day there is outrage now over a new line of hoodies New York based streetwear brand under fire for unveiling a school shooting sweat shirts be strong which describes itself.
"tens" Discussed on KTRH
"The tens. spending time with this on this Super Bowl Monday. A thirty nine year old mother may not fit with the image. We have of college students like the co Ed lounging in the Claude and grabbing a few beers with friends, but these days, the typical student looks a lot different than many of us are used to and there are likely millions more adults out there looking to start college for the first time or go back after years away. Here's some tips to make that happen for marketwatch. Reporter Jillian Berman, Jillian. What do we have the typical college student really isn't you know, sort of the eighteen to twenty four year old thing in the dorm came from their parents house that we normally think of. You know, it's somebody over twenty five somebody who maybe it's working a kid. So, you know, kind of the face of what college looks like his is really changing in the store. You referenced this program at Wayne State university in Detroit, which encourages people who didn't finish school to come comeback. Explain that. Yeah. So this is this is the program they launched it last year. And basically, the idea is if you have a balance at Wayne State, which is pretty common problems people who leave college unexpectedly they owed some money to the school. They will forgive up to fifteen hundred dollars. If you were trying to you know, if you return to the school. Complete your education. And so, and that's it. That's really interesting because at a lot of colleges this owing a balance really hold somebody back. So they can't return obviously to their squad until they pay it. But ultimately cases, it's not going to send the transcript to another college unless they pay that balance. Yeah. I can see whatever you problematic. So what do you do you? I was a woman in the store. I think she was thirty nine years old and decided she wanted to go back or felt the need to go back. How do you begin to piece this together? Yes. So there is no one thing that a lot of people told me when talking about the story is, you know, there's there's really not a lot of kids who go straight from high school to college. A big infrastructure guide them. But there aren't a ton of resources for adults returning to squad. Doctor. So you know, there's a couple of things they have to do, you know, kind of search for the right school for them? Prepare their documents prepared financially financial Anders. You know, mentally and emotionally to do something that's going to be a little bit of account. Generally speaking will these older adults in undergrad classes beat taking these classes online. So many I, you know, a lot of there's there's sort of a mixed, you know, kind of a mixed bag in terms of the opinions of how effective, you know, online education can be in the scenario. But yes, some of them will be taking online, but, you know, solely on mind, in some cases, they might be doing a mix of online and in person. But even if they are going solely on mind, you know, one of the experts, I spoke to make sure that you find a real human at the college that you know, can be kinda point person. If you if you are struggling if you have like a tech glitch, even you know, it can be useful to like have a human to go to to talk about this back speaking with Jillian Berman personal finance reporter at marketwatch written a story about going back to school as an adult. Somebody in the story to pointed out, you need to find a school that actually offer some flexibility with scheduling, right because I guess you could be a fulltime employees somewhere in need to have bendable hours. Right. Yeah. So you might be working full time or part time, you might have children who we need to care for. And so in that case, you know, you're going to need probably more flexibility than a Monday Wednesday Friday class at ten AM for an hour com. So you know, you to look for that a lot of times colleges may have more flexibility Washington monthly does a ranking of the best colleges for adult learners. And you know, there they kind of talk about that stuff. But that's, you know, one of experts I spoke to said he should be looking for a school that doesn't make you apologize for the place. You are in your life. Start not trying to squeeze yourself into a model that really not designed to see your means to look for places that are going to work with and you know, and really understand what's going on in your life. Chilean smartwatch, personal finance? Reporter Jillian Berman. It is.