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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Well, New Hampshire health officials say an adult has died of the flu officials in the granite state announced today that the victim lived in Cheshire county the flu now considered to be widespread across New Hampshire. Those who have the flu are encouraged to stay home from school or work if they have spotted a fever. A free port Louisiana man is being held in the shooting death of his police officer girlfriend ABC's Jim Ryan says investigators are still unsure of his motives, she had graduated from the police academy only two months ago, but she Terry Paine had already made an impression on Shreveport police chief, Ben Raymond we're still mourning the heinous murder of officer pain a week ago. Pain left her two year old with her boyfriend, Trayvon Anderson and was about to climb into her squad car outside her own home when she was killed now. Investigators believe that Anderson shot officer pain, and then to French helped him to cover it up. We can have some peace and taking three evil cowards off of our streets. So they cannot harm anyone else. Jim Ryan ABC news three current and former Chicago police officers have been found not guilty of trying to cover up the Liqun McDonald's shooting to protect a fellow officer. The trio officer Thomas Gaffney former officer Joseph Walsh and former detective David March face charges of conspiracy official. Misconduct and obstruction of Justice Cook County, associate judge Domenica Stevenson delivered her verdict earlier this afternoon. This court finds that the state has failed to meet its burden on all charges McDonald was fatally shot sixteen times by former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke. He was convicted of second degree murder on October and is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow. In Roxbury was killed this morning after a home caught fire on catava street. Crews arrived on scene around one thirty the fire. Eventually was a two alarm blaze. Still not clear what caused that. Fire. Officials say no one else was hurt but five people are now homeless. The victim's name has not yet been released. WBZ newsradio..

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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dorchester. He faces a list of charges, including armed assault to murder firearms possession and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. A sixteen year old girl was hurting that shooting. Police say she is still in the hospital in Louisiana. A man from Shreveport is being held now in the shooting death of his girlfriend one week ago. ABC's Jim Ryan says the victim was a police officer and officials don't have a motive she had graduated from the police academy only two months ago, but she Terry Paine had already made an impression on Shreveport police chief, Ben Raymond we are still mourning the heinous murder of officer paying a week ago. Pain left her two year old with her boyfriend, Trayvon Anderson and was about to climb into her squad car outside her own home when she was killed now. Investigators believe that Anderson shot officer pain, and then to French helped him to cover it up. We can have some peace and taking three evil cowards off of our streets. So they can. Not harm anyone else. Jim Ryan ABC news in Roxbury. A man was killed this morning after his home caught fire on Qatada street. Crews got to the scene around one thirty that fire getting up to two alarms. Now officials say no one else was hurt but five people are homeless. The victim's name has not been released more than two billion cups of coffee are consumed every day around the world and with so many of us depending on the stuff to get going and keep us going. Can you imagine someday you might not be able to get a Cup CBS's? Larry Miller reports that could eventually become the truth. British scientists say sixty percent of wild coffee species are at risk of extinction due to deforestation disease and climate change Aaron Davis head of coffee research at the Royal Botanic Gardens says while varieties are necessary for commercially farm crops, recrossed pollination and to help them counter pests, it's those well coffee species that have the traits that we need in order to breathe copies of the future. Davis warns that unless there's a reversal coffee will become. Less tasty and more expensive. Larry Miller CBS news London. The transition through menopause can be physically and mentally painful and exhausting for women CBS's. Pam Coulter has details on some new research that shows women could have some control over the effects pause can feel like torture to some older women the irritability anxiety hot flashes. And more mayo clinic, researchers say women can help themselves by putting mind over matter. We found that women with higher mindfulness scores had lower menopausal symptoms scores. Dr Richard sued says, mindfulness means acknowledging symptoms if not embracing them, I'm saying do have to react to it or make it worse. Or can I just take a deep breath and let it pass. Pam coulter. CBS news to forty eight right now.

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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Arrested last night in Dorchester now facing a list of charges, including firearms, possession, armed assault to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Sixteen year old girl was hurt in that shooting. Please say she's still in the hospital in Louisiana, man. From Shreveport is now being held in the shooting death of his girlfriend one week ago. ABC's Jim Ryan says the victim was a police officer. And officials still aren't sure about the motive she had graduated from the police academy only two months ago, but she Terry Paine had already made an impression on tree port. Police chief Raymond we're still mourning the heinous murder of officer paying a week ago. Pain left her two year old with her boyfriend, Trayvon Anderson and was about to climb into her squad car outside her own home when she was killed now. Investigators believe that Anderson shot officer pain, and then to friends helped him to cover it up. We can have some peace and taking three evil cowards off of our streets. So it cannot harm anyone else. Jim Ryan ABC news. The president of Michigan State University. She is out. Now the latest fallout connected to convicted sexual abuser. Dr Larry Nassar. Trustees voting to force John anglers immediate resignation which he submitted yesterday is expected to step down next week. Angler recently made controversial comments about some of Nassar's victims saying some of them seem to quote be enjoying the spotlight. Nassar was sentenced to one hundred seventy five years behind bars for thousands of sexual assaults. Many of them involving girls fifteen years old or younger twelve forty seven on WBZ right now it is twenty four degrees in Boston beautiful sunny skies. But yeah, we've got a big storm coming in for the weekend. Get the full forecast coming up in about five minutes each day around the world, more than two billion cups of coffee are consumed. It seems like I'm covering at least five of them. And so many of us depending on caffeine like this to get going and keep us sculling. Can you imagine not being able to get it? Well, CBS Larry Miller reports that eventually could become a real possibility. British scientists say sixty percent of wild caught. Fy species are at risk of extinction due to deforestation disease and climate change Aaron Davis head of coffee research at the Royal Botanic. Gardens says wild varieties are necessary for commercially farmed crops, recross pollination and to help them counter pests, it's those well coffee species that have the traits that we need in order to breathe copies of the future. Davis warns that unless there's a reversal coffee will become less tasty and more expensive. Larry miller. CBS news London.

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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Night in Dorchester. Now, he faces a list of charges, including firearms possession armed assault to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. A sixteen year old girl was hurt in that shooting. Police say she is still in the hospital in Louisiana. A man from Shreveport is now being held in the shooting death. His girlfriend one week ago. ABC's Jim Ryan says the victim was a police, officer and deficient. Still don't have a motive she had graduated from the police academy only two months ago, but she Terry Paine had already made an impression on tree port. Police chief Raymond we're still mourning the heinous murder of officer pain a week ago. Pain left her two year old with her boyfriend, trivial Anderson and was about to climb into her squad car outside her own home when she was killed now. Investigators believe that Anderson shot officer pain, and then to friends helped him to cover it up. We can have some peace and taking three evil cowards off of our streets. So they cannot harm anyone else. Jim Ryan ABC news. The president of Michigan State University. Now out the latest fallout connected to convicted sexual abuser. Dr Larry Nassar trustees at the school voting force John anglers immediate resignation. He submitted that yesterday, and he is expected to step down next week. An angler recently made some controversial comments about some of Nassar's victims saying some of them seem to be quote, enjoying the spotlight. Nassar was sentenced to one hundred seventy five years behind bars for thousands of sexual assaults. Many of them involving girls fifteen years old or younger. More than two billion cups of coffee are consumed each day around the world, so many of us depending on coffee to get going and keep us going. Can you imagine not being able to go get a Cup? We'll CBS has Larry Miller reports that could eventually become a real possibility. British scientists say sixty percent of wild coffee species are at risk of extinction due to deforestation disease and climate change Aaron Davis head of coffee research at the Royal Botanic. Gardens says wild varieties are necessary for commercially farmed crops, recross pollination and to help them counter pests, it's those well coffee species that have the traits that we need in order to breathe. The copies of the future. Davis warns that unless there's a reversal coffee will become less tasty and more expensive. Larry Miller.

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"terry paine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bomber attacked our forces in Syria. The isis. Affiliated website amok said a suicide attacker with an explosive hit this foreign military patrol the Syrian observatory for human rights, and the White House have confirmed that there were US troops in the among the dead. The there is video that has been displayed by a Syrian news agency. I believe it's a seri- news agency that shows a sort of a surveillance camera looking down a sidewalk, and you can see the explosion itself, but it's hard to make out. If in fact, the the members of the US military were walking by this restaurant. If they were in the restaurant last month, the president, of course, with that surprise announcement that we would withdraw all two thousand US troops from Syria concluded ISIS had been defeated their. And it seems like that led to the departure of mad dog Mattis. And he's kind of backed off that stance since then the president has we are going to get with Brian suits coming up in about an hour. Hour from now to talk about what it's like in Syria. What a troop withdrawal would mean. And if he thinks that's actually going to happen following the story also out of home Pasa firefighters are working on a nineteen nineteen vehicle crash on the fifteen freeway thirty five people were injured at last count. And that prompted the closure of every single one of those southbound lanes right around Oak Hill road, most of them just moderates a minor injuries. Which is great news. It was very thick fog in the area. At the time, the roadways probably still wet from all of our from all of our rain last couple of days. A cal. Trans camera right now shows miles long backup of traffic coming out of the victorville area down. Fifteen Jamie update the man suspected of kidnapping that thirteen year old girl after killing both of her parents apparently applied for a job at a liquor store the day before the day before he he kidnapped her. He talked about how he's an honest and hard working guy on this application. It was an online application for a job at Saratoga liquors in superior Washington. Wisconsin about forty miles from that remote cabin where he was keeping the girl. Now, remember, so he planned to stay there. Long term and looking at this. He had been working we mentioned at the jetty. Oh Turkey plant. In in Wisconsin with Jamie's parents not that the ever knew each other. But he happened to be working at the same plant, and then he was working for two entire days at a cheese making factory. How Wisconsin is that? Yeah. No kidding. But, but he didn't stay long at either one of those jobs during that cheese job that he spotted Jamie getting on her school bus decided to plot and kidnap her at all costs knowing that he was probably gonna have to kill her parents. And that's in fact, what did happen number that show to catch a predator? Great show, wasn't it. Chris hansen. Chris Hansen has been popped. What are you doing with those red vines and handcuffs and condoms? Going to. Going to the market are just seeing if they were okay. According to the Stamford, Connecticut. Police department. Chris hansen. Has been arrested for larceny, tell me more rousing checks, basically, they said he bought three hundred fifty five mugs, two hundred eighty eight t shirts and six hundred and fifty vinyl. Decals. Sounds like our office row mom-and-pop shop in town for marketing events that he was planning to attend exactly like just under thirteen thousand dollar tab, the owner of the place that after the first check balance he threatened to go to the cops Chris offered to make four partial payments. The owner said no way. So then he wrote a second check and bounced it and beg for more time. Chris sent emails saying we're selling his boat to come up with the cash, but a check a good one never came. So they put an issue put a warrant out for Christmas arrests he turned himself in on Monday book released from jail. I think anybody who's over me anybody's under the age of seventy five who still writing checks for stuff is kind of suspicious. Mean who writes checks anymore? If it's not for like a couple select bills, Morgan doesn't even know what you're talking idea. What a check is. Now, I write checks, I know how to balance checkbook even. So they're trying to bring it back with that. And your wife are you trying to bring it back. I'm holding up the line and WalMart's write a check for my groceries. Oh my gosh. Even I hate and then they're going to run it through the machine. Make sure it's okay. And take it. And I'm gonna balance it when I get home. I'm gonna fill in my register of immediately. Youtube is trying to take the Darwinism train off the tracks. It's banning users from sharing videos of dangerous pranks on YouTube. Well, I guess the unfortunate part of that sucks is the unfortunate part is that the Darwin train will still run. We'll we won't see we just won't get video of it. Yeah. Remember, they're still Instagram. And yeah, but I'm all kinds of one does this. There's there's probably a sort of a tide of public opinion that the others would probably follow suit. I'm glad you said that because one of the examples that prompted this was the tide pod challenge where it was a challenge for people to eat laundry detergent packets on camera. The fire challenge is a popular one. Recently the bird box challenge where people would walk around with blindfolds on CO far they could sell to their. Yeah. Apple here's what I love about. It is that there was a net flicks. Warning that went out if you're a news agency, and you see somebody like causes a traffic accident in your town. And they tell you tune the box challenge, man. See how far I get a blindfold on and you call Netflix. And and you say Shannon from channel seven, and I was curious if you had a comment on the bird box challenge. Netflix should've hung up the phone. They never should have put out a statement that said, please don't do this. Because all that did was generate more publicity for it. And more people tried stupid crap. Like this. Coming up next your chance at a thousand dollars FARC get this the sack hasn't the Simpsons or somebody called you yet. Yeah. They're downstairs, aren't they? Yeah. Are they? Oh, you do have great voices. Why thank you. You're just trying to make nice now. Because of you you yelled at me for having my box of junk in the corner that was not yelling. Not yelling. You did not want to feel Shannon angry. No, you don't the sex that we can't unsee. When we come back. Gary, and Shannon will continue plus thousand bucks. Monica. What's going on? All southbound lanes of the fifteen through the pass have reopened following a crash involving nineteen vehicles thirty five people got hurt though. Most have minor injuries. The San Bernardino county. Fire department says heavy fog was a factor in that pile up the boyfriend of a rookie police officer killed in Louisiana has been arrested for her murder. Investigators say the man killed should Terry Paine outside of their home last week, then called nine one one and made up a story that a stranger did it to other guys have been arrested in connection with that case and a federal judge in DC has denied a request by unions to force the government to pay workers were on the job during the partial government shutdown. The judge says it's not hard to empha- empathize with the federal workers. The shutdown is a political problem. The judiciary cannot get involved at weather and traffic next. Iheartradio has given wonks their.

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"terry paine" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WLAC

"Family. I lost one friend to a motorcycle wreck wasn't his fault. My wife's cousin was left so mangled that his body to this day is one big. I don't know if there's not he Steve Austin all over your the Remo remake of six million medical six billion dollar, man. You will. I don't know. I'm mad at my friend, Shawn welling because he's very good friends. They won't get me an audience with me with him. And he keeps saying I introduced you to him. But that's not good enough. I need to we need to be able to have casual conversations we need we need to engage in in the things that friends engage in you know, texts and funny jokes and memes. We're not there yet. I'm a little unhappy about that. But in any case watching it made me think. Is the joy of riding on a motorcycle? Worth the high risk of dying because there is a very good risk and everybody I've ever known who loves to ride their Harley, always worry. But I I'm really good on my bike. I don't worry about you. But I actually felt sorry. Kind of a country bumpkin guy that was driving. The pickup truck that hit him. And the funny thing is there were three of us over the top of this guy who'd been hit. Trying to keep him for moving because I wasn't sure if he had any spinal column damage, and I at least knew enough to know he needs to stay still. I'm not sure he could move much. The good news was it was probably high forties early forties low fifties. So it was cold for Houston. That's freezing cold for those of you in New York. If you didn't know that's really cold for us. So we had a big big bomber jacket on and a backpack on the back and as the firefighter paramedic. Who first arrived noted thank God, you aware in those because he landed on his back and skidded, and it was like they were like an eraser that was ground to a nob- and he had a full helmet on which maybe he would wear in the dead heat of summer or maybe he wouldn't. But it was cold enough outside that he was happy to be wearing all of that. He is probably not had a good day today. A suspect he was he was getting the results on internal organ damage and a bunch of broken bones. And I'm just glad that the fella didn't die because it was horrible absolutely horrible to watch. All right. Seven one three two one two five eight seven four seven one three two one. And two five eight seven four three female police officers killed in the last week. Two of them twenty two year old twenty two year old Sacramento. She graduated from the police academy in July. She just completed her field training last month gunned down as she investigated a three car accident. Well, another twenty two year old female police officer murdered in Shreveport should Tara excuse me shit Terry Paine gunned down in uniform shortly before eight thirty pm Wednesday outside of home as she was heading to work her overnight shift. She just graduated from the police academy back in November. Excited to be a police officer in November. She posted pictures over self in uniform on Facebook writing long days aching nights. But I decided to stand tall on my dream main lesson taught was to never lose sight of who you are where you came from. The main thing is to build on who you are to become an influential a better person for those who may surround me or I may encounter. My personal mission is to become that positive influence to protect those who can't protect themselves into at least try to push someone to bring a better vision of themselves. I've never claimed to be perfect. But I'm taking this step in becoming a better version of myself by knowing that it's always something bigger than myself. It is an honor to be able to join such powerful family with my brothers and sisters in blue made the journey begin S P D seventy nine seventy dollars a badge number. I believe and espe-. PD's report police department. Her funeral will be held this week. And police are still looking for the suspect responsible. Meanwhile, Senator Jeff flake who during the last twenty four months of his term. He's basically been auditioning to go to work for the networks by throwing a monkey wrench into everything that President Trump does. Well, he's in talks with CBS quote about a role at the network. It doesn't surprise any of us. Who are watching it? His little stick in the waning days of his term was about landing a job at CNN MSNBC CBS ABC NBC. It looks like CBS is going to be the one. The talks with the Republican about a role Asari. The Hollywood reporter noted that flake was at CBS headquarters, and that he had been engaged in talks with the Arizona Republican about a role at the network. The they cite a network source who says flake could serve in the standard roll for X politicians as an on air contributor or as something more the Daily Beast reported last year. He had met with officials at CNN and MB MSNBC earlier this month. Trump said Jeff flake is now selling real estate or whatever he's doing. He'll probably go to work for CNN. That's by prediction. What if us play the what Afghan Mcgann? What if the networks despised, Trump and Trump supporters? What if the network didn't care whether any of Trump's policies were good for America or bad for America? What if the networks didn't care that the economy is booming? And so people are doing better financially. I know that gets lost in. I know that's beneath us to discuss during the political conversation. The fact that an economy being up unemployment being down stock market being up that people are doing better. And the way you normally dismissed the fact that the economy is up is they'll do a story that will say, well, the economic indicators are up, but Bob Smith's, not feeling it. His business is down this year. Bob, owns a mailboxes, etc. In anywheres Ville, Iowa, Bob. What do you think? Well, they say everybody's getting rich. But in my town, nobody using us. No, more they opened a mailboxes, etc. Ten miles up wrote. And I'm down on my Renault's. I don't see you are Trump done any good. Yes. It turns out that the economy's not helping everybody. Plenty of people are hurting and the Democrats hope to help him back to you Murray. And that's the story except most Americans are doing great. And nobody talks about it. What if I'm sure it's not true? What if the networks were out to find every Trump enemy and place them as well? Even Republicans don't like it. Listen to Jeff flake, even Jeff flake says Trump's terrible. Chad echinacea. Bro. Michael berry..

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"terry paine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:02 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"My weekend. Not to say that I enjoyed it. But the most memorable part was that I want a washed guy on a crotch rocket motorcycle. Get smashed into by a truck. Hurling him in the air. Smashing into the pavement below. And when I arrived, a wasn't sure if he was dead because he wasn't moving. And so I- contemplated at that moment. I wonder if he regrets random motorcycle today, I'm not a huge fan of motorcycles. I understand that. There is a joy to riding motorcycles Everett dirt bikes. I got it. It's enjoyable. And you can hurt yourself on a dirt bike. I got that. But over the years, I've had friends and family. I lost one friend to a motorcycle wreck wasn't his fault. My wife's cousin was left so mangled that his body to this day is one big. I don't know if there's not he Steve Austin all over your the remake of six million six billion dollar, man. I don't know. I'm mad at my friend, Sean willing because he's very good friends with Lee majors, they won't get me an audience with me with him. And he keeps saying I introduced you to him. But that's not good enough. I need we need to be able to have casual conversations we need we need to engage in in the things that friends engage in you know, texts and funny jokes and memes. No, we're not there yet. I'm a little unhappy about that. But in any case watching it made me think. Is the joy of riding on a motorcycle? Worth the high risk of dying because there is a very good risk and everybody I've ever known who loves to ride their Harley always says, oh, micro worry. But I I'm really good on my bike. I don't worry about you. But I actually felt sorry account of a country bumpkin guy that was driving. The pickup truck that hit him. And the funny thing is there were three of us over the top of this guy who'd been hit. Trying to keep him from moving because I wasn't sure if he had any spinal column damage, and I at least enough to know that he needs to stay still. I'm not sure he could move much. The good news was it was probably high forties early half forties, low fifties. So it was cold for Houston. That's freezing cold for those of you, New York. If you didn't know that's really cold for us. So we had a big big bomber jacket on and a backpack on the back and as the firefighter paramedic. Who first arrived noted thank God, you aware in those because he landed on his back and skidded, and it was like they were like an eraser that was ground to a nerve. And he had a full helmet on which maybe he would wear in the dead heat of summer or maybe he wouldn't. But it was cold enough outside that he was happy to be wearing all of that. He is probably not had a good day today. A suspect he was he was getting the results on internal organ damage and a bunch of broken bones. And I'm just glad that the fella didn't die because it was horrible absolutely horrible to watch. All right. Seven hundred three two one two five eight seven four seven one three two one two five eight seven four three female police officers killed in the last week. Two of them twenty two year old twenty two year old Sacramento. She graduated from the police academy in July. She just completed her field training last month gunned down as she investigated a three car accident. Well, another twenty two year old female police officer murdered in Shreveport should Tara excuse me shit Terry Paine gunned down in uniform shortly before eight thirty pm Wednesday outside of home, and she was heading to work her overnight shift. She just graduated from the police academy back in November. Excited to be a police officer in November. She posted pictures over self in uniform on Facebook riding long days aching nights. But I decided to stand taller my dream main lesson taught was to never lose sight of who you are where you came from. The main thing is to build on who you are to become an influential a better person for those who may surround me or I may encounter. My personal mission is to become that positive influence to protect those who can't protect themselves into at least try to push someone to bring a better vision of themselves. I've never claimed to be perfect. But I'm taking this step of becoming a better version of myself by knowing that it's always something bigger than myself. It is an honor to be able to join such a powerful family with my brothers and sisters in blue made the journey begin S PD seventy nine seventy dollars a badge number. I believe an SP. Shreveport police department. Her funeral will be held this week. And police are still looking for the suspect responsible. Meanwhile, Senator Jeff flake who during the last twenty four months of his term. He's basically been auditioning to go to work for the networks by throwing a monkey wrench into everything that President Trump does. Well, he's in talks with CBS quote about a role at the network. It doesn't surprise any of us. Who are watching it? His little stick in the waning days of his term was about landing a job at CNN MSNBC CBS ABC NBC. It looks like CBS is going to be the one. The talks with the Zona Republican about a role Asari. The Hollywood reporter noted that flake was at CBS headquarters and that he had been quote engaged in talks with the Arizona Republican about a role at the network. The they cite a network source who says flake could serve in the standard roll for X politicians as an on air contributor or as something more the Daily Beast reported last year. He had met with officials at CNN and MSNBC earlier this month. Trump said Jeff flake is now selling real estate or whatever he's doing. He'll probably go to work for CNN. That's my prediction. What if play the what if gambling again? What if the networks despised, Trump and Trump supporters? What if the network didn't care whether any of Trump's policies were good for America or bad for America? What if the networks didn't care that the economy is booming? And so people are doing better financially. I know that gets lost in all this. I know that's beneath us to discuss during the political conversation. The fact that an economy being up unemployment being down stock market being up that people are doing better. And the way you normally dismissed the fact that the economy is up is they'll do a story that will say, well, the economic indicators are up, but Bob Smith's, not feeling it his business. His down this year. Bob, owns a mailboxes, etc. In anywheres Ville, Iowa, Bob. What do you think? Well, they say everybody's getting rich. But in my town, nobody using us. No, more they opened a mailboxes, etc. Ten miles up route. And I'm down on my renews. I don't see. Why Trump done any good? Yes. It turns out that the economy's not helping everybody. Plenty of people are hurting and the Democrats hope to help him back to you Murray. And that's the story except most Americans are doing great. And nobody talks about it. What if I'm sure it's not true? What if the networks were out to find every Trump enemy and place them as well? Even Republicans don't like it. Listen to Jeff flake, even Jeff flake says Trump's terrible..

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"terry paine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KTRH

"Two five eight seven four three female police officers killed in the last week. Two of them twenty two year old twenty two year old Sacramento. She graduated from the police academy in July. She just completed her field training last month gunned down as she investigated a three car accident. Well, another twenty two year old female police officer murdered in Shreveport Tara, excuse me shit Terry Paine gunned down in uniform shortly before eight thirty pm Wednesday outside of home, and she was heading to work her overnight shift. She just graduated from the police academy back in November. Excited to be a police officer in November. She posted pictures over self in uniform on Facebook writing long days aching nights. But I decided to stand tall on my dream main lesson taught was to never lose sight of who you are where you came from. The main thing is to build on who you are to become an influential a better person for those who may surround me or I may encounter. My personal mission is to become that positive influence to protect those who can't protect themselves and to at least try to push someone to bring a better vision of themselves. I've never claimed to be perfect. But I'm taking this step in becoming a better version of myself by knowing that it's always something bigger than myself. It is an honor to be able to join such a powerful family with my brothers and sisters in blue made the journey begin S P D seventy nine. Seventy dollars a badge number. I believe and SPD's report police department. Her funeral will be held this week. And police are still looking for the suspect responsible. Meanwhile, Senator Jeff flake who during the last twenty four months of his term. He's basically been auditioning to go to work for the networks by throwing a monkey wrench into everything that President Trump does. Well, he's in talks with CBS quote about a role at the network. It doesn't surprise any of us. Who are watching it? His little stick in the waning days of his term was about landing a job at CNN MSNBC CBS ABC NBC. It looks like CBS is going to be the one. The talks with the Republican about a role. Sorry. The Hollywood reporter noted that flake was at CBS headquarters, and that he had been engaged in talks with the Zona Republican about a role at the network this. They cite a network source who says flake could serve in the standard roll for X politicians as an on air contributor or as something more the Daily Beast reported last year. He had met with officials at CNN and MB MSNBC earlier this month. Trump said Jeff flake is now selling real estate or whatever he's doing. He'll probably go to work for CNN. That's my prediction. What if play the what Afghan began? What if the networks despised, Trump and Trump supporters? What if the network didn't care whether any of Trump's policies were good for America or bad for America? What if the networks didn't care that the economy is booming? And so people are doing better financially. I know that gets lost in all this. I know that's beneath us to discuss during the political conversation. The fact that an economy being up unemployment being down stock market being up that people are doing better. And the way you normally dismissed the fact that the economy is up is they'll do a story that will say, well, the economic indicators were up, but Bob Smith's, not feeling his business. His down this year. Bob, owns our mailboxes, etc. In anywheres Ville, Iowa, Bob. What do you think? Well, they say everybody's getting rich. But in my town, nobody's using us. No, more they opened a mailboxes, etc. Ten miles up wrote. I'm down on my Renault's. I don't see why Trump done any good. Yes. Turns out that. The economy's not helping everybody. Plenty of people are hurting and the Democrats hope to help them back to you. Uri? And that's the story except most Americans are doing great. And nobody talks about it. What if I'm sure it's not true? What if the networks were out to find every Trump enemy and place them as well? Even Republicans don't like it. Listen to Jeff flake, even Jeff flake says Trump's terrible. Chad nakanishi. The Michael berry show. I heart radio is given wonks their own radio station. Washington's walk FM, listen inside the beltway at one zero four point seven throughout the DMV at one zero one point one.

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"terry paine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KTRH

"Three women police officers killed in the last week. Twenty two year old female officer in Sacramento. Graduated from the police academy in July. She had just completed her field training last month. Gunned down as she investigated, a three car accident officer Natalie corona was described as an eager rookie officer who was a rising star in the department. According to the police chief her father was twenty six years on as a collusive county sheriff's deputy beautiful girl on Facebook. She was known to post tributes to fellow officers, including those who died in the line of duty Thursday night. She became one of the fallen when a suspect at the accident scene opened fire in gunned down. She was rushed to the UC Davis medical center in Sacramento where she was pronounced dead late Thursday, while officers surrounded a home a block away from the shooting scene where they believe the suspect might be hiding Popo spent hours trying to coax the suspect out using floodlights in commands on loudspeakers for him to emerge with his hands up at one point. They sent in a robot and ignited flashbang grenades. Shooter was found dead with a self inflicted gunshot wound good. Cheap. Patel says I haven't seen anybody work harder and a part time capacity. It'd be more motivated to be a police officer the Natalie she was just an absolute star in the department and someone that pretty much every department member look to as a close friend a sister Coronas Facebook page featured her in a blue dress. She was absolutely gorgeous and smiling as she held a thin blue line American flag devoted to honoring. Police another twenty two year old female police. Officer murdered this time in Shreveport, Louisiana. Investigators say shadowy pain twenty two Chautari Chautari the accents on the east should Terry. Paine twenty two was gunned down in uniform shortly before eight thirty pm Wednesday outside at home. If she was heading to work her overnight shift officer pain had just graduated from the police academy back in November. Chief been Raymond says. There was excitement in Iraq is about her chosen career to serve others. She willingly took the oath to serve Shreveport back in November. She posted pictures of herself in uniform on Facebook riding long days aching nights. But I decided to stand tall. Oh, my dream main lesson taught was to never lose sight of who you are. And where you come from. The main thing is to build on who you are and to become an influential and better person for those who may surround me or I may encounter by personal mission is to become that positive influence to protect those who can't protect themselves at least try to push someone to being a better version of themselves. I've never claimed to be perfect. But I am taking this step. And I'm becoming a better version of myself by knowing that it is always something bigger than myself. It is an honor to be able to join such a powerful family with my brothers and sisters in blue may the journey begin S P D Shreveport police department Seventy-nine paint will be laid to rest this weekend. Police are still looking for the suspect responsible.

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"terry paine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

12:44 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mike Gallagher boy is without a dad today. I told came away as a family was headed to the hospital the corruption the steam distortion by the media is completely out of control from the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike. It's funny thing to listen to liberals talk about and people who are apoplectic about the border situation. Talk about kids being taken from their parents. And these two little children who died in our custody. You never hear those same kinds of of the that kind of passion over the children of police officers who've been killed in the line of duty. Yesterday. Sergeant white tasha Carter from the Birmingham, Alabama. Police department was shot and killed while investigating to burglary suspects charging Carter's partner is in critical condition. Shattered trooper Christopher Lambert of the Illinois state police was killed after being struck by vehicle while he was investigating a car crash this past Thursday, the city of Davis police department officer, Natalie corona was shot and killed a shot and killed by a man who evidently hated the Davis, California police department thought they were giving him messages through his brain or something he had some kind of lunacy vendetta against the Davis, California police department and went up, and he assassinated her this young twenty two year old who just got sworn in months ago. Her dad pinned her badge on her beautiful young woman shot and killed by a coward who shot her in the back shuttering the apparently the neck and then executed her as she lay prone on the ground. A day before that Shreveport police department officer should Terry Paine was shot and killed on her way to work the day before that January eighth Salt River police officer Clayton Townsend was struck by a distracted driver during a traffic. Stop the day before that Monday, January seventh Coleraine rain township police officer del woods was struck by a pickup truck while investigating another crash and two days before that shattered a January fifth Provo police department officer Joseph Shinners was shot and killed while trying to send a fugitive now all of these officers have families who loved them in many cases, they leave behind young children. We have had almost an officer killed almost every day since the beginning of the year killed in the line of duty. Why don't why don't these activists spent any time talking about those families? We have a foundation that assists. The families of police officers killed in the line of duty perhaps you'd like to support us. It's called Gallagher's army it soon to be renamed Gallagher's heroes the fallen officer fun can go to Gallagher's army dot org and learn all about he can make a donation to one of these hero families eight eight eight nine nine I give Natalie corona who was killed by this guy who ambushed her posed for a series of pictures that a California photographer took these pictures. She laid it poster later posted on Facebook showed her wearing a Royal blue gown and holding a thin blue line flag and her message on Facebook. She wrote this message she said, I would like this photograph to serve as my gratitude for all of those law enforcement men and women who have served who are currently serving and those who have. Died in the line of duty. Protecting our liberties in this great country, tragically. She became one of those who died in the line of duty. She was gunned down by this monster this nut, lunatic, evil monster. And many people around the country is Todd Starnes points out over at Fox News have embraced the photograph of Natalie corona holding the thin blue line flag is a way to honor and memorialize a fallen officer. But not so fast. A group of students at the university of California Davis contend the picture is racist. They're demanding that people cease and desist circulating the image of this beautiful young woman. The associated students UC Davis ethnic and cultural affairs commission wrote on his now deleted Facebook page. The flag is blatantly anti-black and disrespectful. It's necessary to call out all community members who continue to post and disseminate images of the blue lives matter flag online, we would like to directly address that this flag represents an attempt by law enforcement to undermine the black lives movement. So this beautiful photograph of this beautiful young woman, respecting law enforcement. That triggered the associated students UC Davis ethnic, and cultural affairs commission, they wrote, and I'm not kidding you. They wrote that they are offering to help students who have been quote triggered by this event. And the circulating images of a flag that has been popularized by the blue lives matter crowd. They went onto right. Flashing lights sirens and increased police presence. Can be triggering. Many black and Brown people. You know, what I'm triggered? By these activists who disrespect the memory of this beautiful young woman who where do I get to turn who's going to help me? I'll bet you're triggered triggered. So sick of hearing the left talk about triggered. I need my safe-space. Yeah. Why don't you? Take your spell. Once you go to Antarctica have a safe space. There would you please? Please go and build a hut. In the North Pole. Okay. Goes far away from this country as you can. So that you don't have to be triggered anymore by the murder of a beautiful young police officer and your triggered by the fact that she held a flag up the thin blue line, you think that's racist. That's because you think police are racist. That's because you think law enforcement is corrupt. You think every cop just wants to to kill black people? Because you have a warped sense of who the good guys are and who the bad guys are over and over we see black Americans killed in a police confrontation often because the black American is fighting is arguing there. There's a big controversy here in New York. These guys screaming and cursing out cops attacking them, and the police officers defend themselves, and they turn it around and try and make them look like the police officers who are doing something wrong. Because. People don't have the sense, the good Lord gave them to be respectful and civil at least to a police officer, you want to be civil to the man or woman with the gun and the badge. Oh, no. No, no, no, not to the black lives matter activists you get in their face. You curse him? You spit at them. You challenge them even assassinate them. Ask Dallas, Texas, ask the family of Natalie corona what can happen to a police officer in this country. We have lost Shelvin officers in thirteen days in America. These are heroes, and they are not worthy of they. They are not deserving of the scorn heaped upon them by these activists lunatics. Eight hundred six five five Mike Bill, you're on the Mike Gallagher show at eighteen minutes before the hour. How you doing today? Bill. Well after listen to this and my dad retired NYPD nineteen seventy before the Rico statute with should act with five organized crime was used. Pretty source a killed in the line of duty in June twenty six thousand nine hundred sixty eight hit a culvert at one hundred forty miles an hour. He was in pursuit of other officer. The guy who killed another officer within thirty minutes. Or that? So. Yeah. And but also let me say about the news media back then. They had it a neighbors. I probably out some years later. Neighbor found out that she was a widow on the news media before the widow new was. Terrible terrible. I'm sure then on top of that. So she's coming back to the house to check on her. The police are coming through our known about please protocol, man. I wrote my dad NYPD wrote they predate Pasadena police here in Texas. I know very much pro protocol and she says. While put in an accident. How bad it is. I need to check on a day ready note sheet, neighbor, better ready. Well, I mean, listen, I don't mean to catch a short. But you know, what it's like to lose a loved one to have your father in law killed in the line of duty even all those years ago. It has an impact that never ever will leave you and all these families go through so much. It's why we formed this foundation years ago to help these families. We also published the first responders bible, which is a King James version of the bible. And also, a spiritual fitness manual that helps first responders who cope with what they have to cope with and try to help them spiritually it just it fascinates me that this is what what people mean when they say good is portrayed as bad and up is down. And right is wrong. When you're attacking police officers even an officer who was just killed and somehow she's a racist. Because she had she posed with a picture that she put on her Facebook page, the thin blue line, the thin blue line you want to know the meaning of the thin blue line. How is that racist? Are you kidding racist? They are suggesting that this young twenty two year old hero who was ambushed shot in the back by this cowardly monster. He she somehow a racist. Because she held a blue a thin. Blue line flag up. A my gosh to say police lives matter is not racist. There are a lot of black officers who are killed Hispanic officers. Asian officers. This isn't about race right wrong. The good guys versus the bad guys. Newsflash the police officers of the good guys not the bad guys. Brian. You're next on the Mike Gallagher show sixteen before the hour. Hi, brian. Hey, thanks, Mike. Hey, I was gonna take over was something that you said. And I think we need we have a problem with messaging words matter when you say black lives matter activists that legitimizes them I would like to make a push to call them. Black lives matter racist activists because the word activist is legitimate. Well, I I don't like generalizing over anybody. I've talked to people who who support the black lives matter movement who who genuinely worry about police community relations. They worry about abuses. But you're right. I happen to believe I happen to believe that what you say has merit. That the black many of the black lives matter activists, or whatever you racist. I mean, they hate they hate white cops. But the problem is the problem with that formula. They also hate black cops they'd police Brian. They're anti police. They're not just anti white. They're anti law enforcement. They don't like anybody with the batch. You're you're right, Mike. But I just I mean activists legitimize. There may be a few of them. But. Yeah. I get it overall. Oh, no point well taken they are just full of hate. They're full of hate. And they resent law enforcement, they resent authority and these students these UC Davis. Can you imagine what this family of this beautiful young woman is going through to know that there are there's a student organization calling her and those of us who support her a racist. Gosh, eight hundred six five five Mike fourteen before the hour. We'll give you an update on the. On the accusations that President Trump.

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"terry paine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:04 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Three six zero five ninety. So you know, that that horrible story about Natalie corona who was then forty two year old cop who was tragically shot last week just had just joined the police force. Have you seen that picture of her? I think is from back in two thousand sixteen she posed for a series of these really gorgeous pictures, they were taken by California photographer one of which she is. She's got that cops live matters flag that she's flying horse it. Absolutely. Well, share this on my Facebook page yesterday morning. Here's a beautiful young. Oh, yeah. Absolutely stunning. And she had just become a cop and loses her life already. It's just a horrible horrible thing. Well, now, a group of students at the university of California Davis contend that that photograph where she's displaying that flag of blue lives matter is racist demanding that people that. The people cease and desist circulating that image around. They say that the flag is blatantly anti black blatantly disrespectful. Well, those people are dumb asses say or dumb asses. I mean, I cannot believe that we have gotten to that point. They say that we see it necessary to call out all community members who continue to post and disseminate images of the blue lives matter flag online. I said we just laugh at those people because this one I shared was shared twenty seven hundred times since yesterday morning of that picture two thousand seven hundred fifty five times shared from my page there at Todd Jeffries. It's been a tragic week for law enforcement. Yeah. With five line of duty deaths. Thoughts and prayers obviously going out to everyone. That's that is suffering and loss January the fifth Provo police department officer Joseph shiner shot and killed what trying to send a fugitive. Monday, January the seventh in the Colorado township police officer Dale woods struck by a pickup truck while investigating another crash Tuesday. January the eighth Salt River police officer Clayton towns and struck by distracted driver during a routine traffic. Stop January the night Shreveport era. Louisiana police officers should Terry Paine shot and killed on her way to work city of Davis. Police department Natalie corona shot and killed while investigating a three-car crash. Yeah. Very tragic week for the men and women that put on a uniform to protect us. There's some perspective anybody out there listening to that has a problem with the American flag with the blue line going through it to symbolize we support police officers. If you've got a problem with that you need a checkup from the neck up you need you need, an alternative perspective in life. You need to stop listening to the Greg Kosovars of the world and start supporting your local police. Yeah. Because. Because when you when you when you come up to the microphone and say things like that flag is racist that that's racist. That's racist. What you're doing is is you're creating tension between people and the police in some cases in certain neighborhoods. If you don't like the police, and you decide to run from the police, that's how you get hurt. It's tension that is completely unnecessary. And it's based on it's based on nothing is basically sick and tired of. I'm sick and tired of waking up almost every other day hearing, a police officer has been killed in the line of duty. No, it should it should be. It should be a national crisis. My brother Dinu just retired from thirty five years of police work. I'm so glad that he got through thirty five years and in his alive to talk about hang on a second. I'm looking on the news line here. Is this Justin Justin berry there? Hey, guys. Hey, it's Justin berry from the Austin police officers association. Hey, listen. I'm deal guys. Good morning. Yeah. Yeah. What do you think about this story about that flag with the blue line some something it's racist? I think they are completely misguided and. Understand what the symbolism behind. That means you know, the firefighters have their own version of that flag with a red line through it. I seriously doubt our firefighters are are racist or bigoted towards towards the community. And I think what it is. It's just. This narrative has been going on for years now and your seem to cumulative effect of this narrative that tries to pit community and police offers against one another and sadly this dire effect that happened from several years ago that's been compounding over time. And it's just getting worse when you have people like Greco star as posting misleading statistics that blocks for eight or likely get arrested in all black by using micro fractions, make that argument it's very misleading. And this is just Justin you say, you say it's misleading to be honest. It is it is racist to push that that false narrative that Greg casare is pushing it creates racism intention in our community. It's ridiculous. Air right now, gotta respect. But but it. Anyone should be outraged? Anytime you see a person that a politician or leader of our society, you statistic in America separate those that are there to protect them from the community members should be outrageously throwing up red flagged immediately, and it needs to be questioned. Why would you do something like that? And why would you use this kind of nonsense? Stir? Disturb racial debate. Whenever we are actively working with incredible members of our community. We work with people like Chaz more with team man with the place monitor we worked with these groups with Nelson, Linda we worked with people regularly. So we can improve relations not to harm them. Well, always put into improving ourselves. Listen Dodd mentioned a story there. But which which university of these students see Davis UC Davis. They're upset because she's taking pictures with that flag today. But then I realized that she is Hispanic exactly. I think if they wanted to go down that line they're gonna fire every single police officer. I think we all either have a flag or some type of token of that that the imagery on there. Able pathway says it's a direct attempt to undermine the black lives matter movement. Golly. That's a sad. State of black lives matter. Bu-but undermines itself almost daily. Hey, justin. We've had we've had that Timberline flag circling around long before that movement started. And then I'm very upset that people are trying to restore up stuff that that that people are actively working on to improve. That's ridiculous dumb people. That's all it is just an appreciate, hey, we gotta get together soon. We still got a pinpoint a date and a time to do this law enforcement palooza. Yeah. Yeah. I'm getting excited about that. You definitely go. Grab coffee students start worked on student next week. Thank you. Justin, Justin berry from the Austin police association. This is a disgusting story. I it is. Absolutely. Glad you want to bring it up. Then why do you want? In this war and bring negativity. I was just I was just dumping talking about the ribs. You come to straight on racism, man. I'm know you're just extreme. You're not all over the place. You're just the two extremes. I don't like talking about racism, but this this just completely. Yeah. You do just shocked me Sebastian good morning. Good morning. How are you doing? Thanks for taking my call fine. I was just gonna make a I guess opined eloquently about the thing about the the blue line. I mean bringing that up. I mean, everybody that you know, that the guy good said, you know, that the blue line was put on their way before police thing. But somebody remote at the blue light support the police have you support you police supports your police. I'm a black male. And you know, I give the state trooper. I get tired of them, sending me requests for money. But I give to them because it's a dangerous job. I mean, don't ever give any money to any state trooper organization that calls. You sebastian. That's a scam. Well, not calling me. I mean, the actual organization.

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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:54 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're listening to weekend. Live and I do have follow up on. I'm going to have to postpone it till next week. I just do want to let you know that wouldn't one of the callers asked about filling out the census, and whether or not it was mandatory. There is a fine for refusing to fill it out or feeling it out improperly. And I'm gonna get you that US code, and I'm going to announce it on next week show, and I'll give you a little bit more formation. But I just wanted to quickly we talked about that last week. So I wanted to give the update that there is I don't want to have calls on that particularly because I want to stick to the subject, but I just want to let you know, I'm on the case, and I will give you the exact site next week on my show them. So and the other subject I just wanted to I wanted to make sure not just I wanted to make sure that gave a bit of time to terrible news about the two police officers to young women. This is so. Awful a Natalie corona and shit tar should Terry Paine twenty two years old. Gunned down just in their prime and for corona she was reporting to responding to a routine three car accident, and she was shot in the neck, and then several other times as she lay on the ground by a complete and total criminal scum bag. It's just awful. And for for the other officers should Terry Paine. She was also I'm looking I'm looking into her the details on that as well. And I'll probably give you the details when we come back. But if you look at the information on both of the officers, just devastating devastating because if you saw a report over the last couple of weeks that enrollments are down at many in many cities across the country. I think police officers the author targets on their backs, unfortunately, and anything we can do to support them and say that we sheet the work I will do. And so unfortunately for these two young women. It's just it's it's gruesome, I can't think of any other word. It's it's this horrible six one seven two five four ten thirty if you'd like to speak on that as well. Give your support for law enforcement happily. Take your call. We're going to go to John. Hello, john. You're on the air. Hello. I I think just a few words would shed some new light on. Why do people are coming from other countries into the United States from? A a point of view that is never mentioned. I think in the media, and those those worries are Gladio crimes of the US Gladio crimes of the US. And that is a program by the CIA in the Pentagon to create false flag terrorism and countries around the world. It was done in the seventies. And eighties. And it's was done actually almost in the United States by an operation. Northwards the Gladio crimes in the United States refers to the Gladio a program of the CIA in Europe to create terrorist bombings and train stations markets and other public locations to frame up the left just to frame of the communist because they were gaining parliamentary sees. John have to stop you there. I'm not going to go in. I'm not going down that rabbit hole with you on not. Okay. We don't need to talk about false flags. We have actual evidence of real crimes committed by real terrorists in real criminals. And I'd like if you wanna comment on that. Then I'm happy to have the discussion. I think we have to consider the crimes going on that drive. These people from these countries in Latin America war, the United States. I'm not gonna have the blame this America's show. This is not bad. What kind of policies that if you're talking about being precise in scientific if you're going to eliminate the hugest talking? It's look, I know the facts you're talking about and America has done far more good than it has done ill. And there are that is. Editorials here. And now, you're not allowing me to give you a view. Oh, I'm not John. Try one more time. I am not going to allow Erica hating propaganda. That is. True. And that is. Gordon, cassia a CIA and FBI and other people who have gained a conscious who have come out of the cold, and expose these things people like Daniel Ellsberg people like Seymour Hersh who are a high up in the media high up in in the government are completely banned as you're trying to ban me right now from the media. I've been in you on anything, John you're talking if you wanna give me a precise. Like, you're talking and vagaries indefinite definitions. Why don't you tell me exactly the country? Exactly the date and exactly where this so-called action was taken. And then we can have a discussion. Well in Honduras, one of the main main places where they're coming from into the United States right now, you wanna talk about I'll talk about Honduras. There was a coup and went to the Obama administration do about it. Absolutely nothing. Well, that's my point. The point is this is a bipartisan democrat and Republican fascist support for death squads and overthrows up dick democratic governments like this presidency in Honduras that has gone on for decades. America. Clinton. No use for for for Hillary Clinton or Obama or Bill Cheney and Bush this idea that we have to choose sides between black or white warmonger, male or female warmonger, a demo public Republican. That's ridiculous. And that's all that the media tries to trap brings into that. Little steel trap. I did not do that. I never mentioned party. I I have consistently remained both sides. Yes. Pointing out is that people who have come from the cold like a former State Department officer Bill has talked about the United States intervening not just meddling bit intervening and overthrowing an assassinating. And a hundred seventy governments around the world and killing twenty to thirty million people. This is what people are fleeing Rome, and we have responded. I'm not gonna let that stay. I'm not gonna let that statistic stand on the air. We there. I didn't say that. We were blameless. We're not virgins. Okay. But we cassation just say, we're we're we're not. We're not perfect. But we're next to God. The right hand of God. Far more good than we were fighting so many battles fascism, Nazis, stall and communism, and so you know, are bad choices going to happen. Of course, they have but overall little detail. No. I'm not talking about details. I'm talking about the fact that new matter our sins in the past that does not mean that as Americans we have to lay down our next on the guillotine to the open borders policy to cause for people who had nothing to do. With those decisions me you everyone else that has had who is has to die for the mistakes of the past. That's not a good calculation. I got we have to we have to understand and put it in that perspective. Your your districts, though, I think even speaking of your statistics are are kind of species because I've seen on up you foundation. And they're very establishment the very rigorous in the pew foundation funded by you know, big corporations. So you can call that calm. Your anti-american. They also they also said that the crime rate beat of immigrants less than the average of a of Americans. What's the percent of that study? Tell me what the doubt is tell me the differential tell me. Well, I. Read it I read it. I read it. To get to the next. Listen, if you're gonna go study for study with me, you better have your numbers in front of you. And so when I ask you what the difference is because I know John easy. You can't just say I read it two years ago. And that's the sorry. Sorry, counselor. Sorry, you're you know, if you were hate people always say to me if you were in courtroom if you were getting a courtroom John that would not pass the smell test. If you have a study that you better have the numbers ready to go. All right. We're going to go to Jenny and Weymouth Jenny. You're on the air. Hello, jenny. Hi marissa. Hi, jenny. And the name is Mary stuff for those who are listening. It's marisha. Thank you, Jenny. I appreciate crazy. You're so kind to everyone. I'm like what is so hard? I correct people. And I correct. It just gives you know, but you deserve to be recognized by your given name in Marie. It is a pleasure to speak with you. And I really irks me. Okay. Because it's not that hard to ask you first off. Did you hear about an elementary school girl that was? Died in Fall River and her death is under investigation. No. And there are grief counselors being provided in the school and DHS's investigating. No. You heard about a thirty second clip about seven thirty in the morning on these. I never heard another cheap about it. Okay. And it broke my heart. Because I don't know why her life is less meaningful than those two children that die down at the border and yet on WBZ for seven hours top of the hour. Several minutes on those children, given to senators and congress people from around the country expressing their outrage. It's heartbreaking that they died. But it's also heartbreaking that she died. Absolutely. Give me some more details on that journey. That's all I heard was one time. I kept listening to hear what else there. What she does. She. Was this morning. They said Fall River who she was a schoolgirl. We're gonna have grief concerts in the school and was investigated. Okay. The hostile I'll see if I can find anything and. It just struck a chord with me, you know, 'cause I heard that. And I said, oh, the top breaking. And I waited to hear you know, some sort of a follow up maybe the next hour later in the day or no. Right. And it's just sometimes I think I told you at the same time, and I don't expect you remember that those two children died. There was a young man. Twenty one years old walking home Braintree? And he was killed. By hit and run. Mother that he's an only child donated his organs. Yeah. Four people's lives were saved because of him at least. But I didn't hear one one blip on these days. Not what are KO for that matter because. It's no they're both iheart now. And I'm not trying to have you back. I heard a lot about these other stores. Are you wanna hold you over? I have to go to the break. But. Okay. Thank you. I appreciate you. Thank you. Okay. I'm Marie said to Frank. Oh, you're listening to weekend live here on WBZ NewsRadio. 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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To avoid deportation while seeking asylum from any country that would offer it and Candida stepped up. The Washington Post reports that President Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The post says that on at least one occasion, President Trump took the notes of his own interpreter. And instructed the linguists not to tell other administration officials what happened in the meeting. Peter Finn is the national security editor for the Washington Post. He says the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee is interested in getting State Department records of the meetings between both presidents struggle between the executive branch and congress over privileged information. But I think you may see your effort on the part of congress to do this, obviously win the Republicans control all the committees that desire some Democrats to haul people up to the hill and have them testify is not possible. But when they control the committee's they can start issuing subpoenas. It's been tough week for the men and women in blue a police officer newly hired was fatally shot in Louisiana as she prepared for her shift Wednesday evening should Terry. Paine was found injured at a home in Shreveport. She was taken to a hospital where she died a few hours later, a witness at the home was detained for questioning child was at the home at the time of the shooting. It's not clear if they witnessed the shooting pain had graduated from the police academy just two months ago..

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"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"While seeking asylum from any country that would offer it the Washington Post reports that President Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The post says that on at least one occasion, President Trump took the notes of his own interpreter. And instructed the linguists not to tell other administration officials what happened in the meeting. Peterson is the national security editor for the Washington Post. He says the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee is interested in getting State Department records of the meetings between both presidents struggle between the executive branch and congress over privileged information. But I think you may see a renewed effort on. The part of congress to do this obviously win the Republicans control the committees that desire some Democrats to haul people up to the hill and have them testify is not possible. But when they control the committee's they can start issuing subpoenas that winter storm south of us played a role in the death of a state trooper in Illinois officer, Chris Lambert was killed on the job yesterday director of the Illinois state police, Leo Schmitz says Lambert was helping motorists involved in a traffic accident when he dies on investigation. But I would have to tell you from prior experience. Probably weather did play a little bit. Lambert was headed home when he stopped at the scene of a multi car crash. He was struck by vehicle while he was outside his car, and it's been another tough week for men and women in blue a police officer newly hired was fatally shot in Louisiana as she prepared for her shift Wednesday evening chat. Terry Paine was found injured at a home in Shreveport. She was taken to a hospital where she died a few hours later, a witness at the home was detained for questioning a child was at the home at the time of the shooting. It's not clear if they witnessed the shooting pain had graduated from the police academy just two months ago. Most.

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"terry paine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Trump signaling. He may be close to declaring a national emergency, which he says will allow him to go around congress to build a border wall. But if we don't make a deal, I would say it would be very surprising to me that I would not. Flare. Emergency has just funded the president departing Washington for an appearance at a border crossing at mcallen, Texas this afternoon. The president leaves behind a partially shut down government entering its third week now and no apparent progress made toward an end to that the democratic chairman of the house intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, this is more about more than the wall. This is about the president using a tactic of shutting down the government to get his way. If it is rewarded in any way, shape or form. We will see this over and over again. And this is simply got to stop tree port Louisiana police officers should Terry Paine was wearing her uniform when she when she was shot to death last night outside of a home, preparing to start her nightshift police have a person in custody for questioning a Raleigh, North Carolina. Police officer was shot several times last night trying to take a suspect into custody. The unidentified male officer is out of surgery. But there is no clear information about his condition. There will be no host for the Academy Awards Oscar show this year as Jim Rupe tells us on December four. When Kevin Hart was announced as the host of the Academy Awards all seemed right until hours later old tweets of hearts resurfaced and the academy quickly cut ties. There was lots of speculation about who would be or who should be the host, even Ellen Degeneres jumped in to lobby for heart. Who said finally he's done with it. Now, the academy has done to it will have no host something that hasn't happened in thirty years in Wisconsin. And a coalition of organizations is filing a lawsuit today. Trying to void several laws passed by Wisconsin Republicans that reduced the powers of the newly elected democratic governor on Wall Street stocks now down.

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"terry paine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Michael Toscano. House. Democrats are pushing ahead with bills to reopen departments affected by the partial government shutdown already approving a Bill to fund the treasury department, the IRS and other agencies. They're hoping to peel away some votes from Republicans like Illinois, Adam Kensington, my view is when we can open parts of government in an essence kind of release hostages in this process in this really bad way of doing government. I'll vote for it. If the bills agreeable with the shutdown about to enter its third weekend. Tomorrow scheduled paychecks not going out to federal workers. President Trump is leaving Washington today for the border crossing at mcallen, Texas. The president will meet with officials on the frontlines will locals debate the effectiveness of a wall one man saying it would bring jobs, but may not solve illegal immigration one way or another. They're gonna find ways across from the border. Doesn't matter if the walls up or not after the president's visit senators crews in Cornyn will hold a round table discussion with local leaders in border. Officials to discuss the ongoing debate Clayton Neville, mcallen. Intrigue port Louisiana police officer identified as should Terry Paine were shot to death last night as she was preparing to go to work on the night shift had happened outside of a home. One person has been detained for questioning, but has not yet been charged with any crime, a Raleigh, North Carolina. Police officer is now out of surgery after being shot several times last night condition. Unclear the officers ide- not release two suspects are in custody. After a manhunt as the US plans to pull all of its troops from Syria secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is on a Middle Eastern tour reassuring Arab nations, the US is not abandoning the fight against terrorists. We urge every country to take meaningful action to crush terrorism and denounce its ideological roots. You'll let fight these battles alone. A robust battle against ISIS and other terrorist groups will continue secretary Pompeo speaking in Cairo. Egypt stock futures are down across the board. Twenty eight minutes before the opening bell. On Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting live from the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty. Your thirsty Thursday with Brian Sussman and Katie green now, well shutdown continues..

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"terry paine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"terry paine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Released the hostages officers down. I'm Michael Toscano. House. Democrats are pushing ahead with bills to reopen departments affected by the partial government shutdown already approving a Bill to fund the treasury department, the IRS and other agencies. They're hoping to peel away some votes from Republicans like Illinois is Adam Kensington. My view is when we can open parts of government in an essence kind of release hostages in this process in this really bad way of doing government. I'll vote for it. If the bills agreeable. We're the shutdown about to enter its third weekend. Tomorrow scheduled paychecks not going out to federal workers. President Trump is leaving Washington today for the border crossing at mcallen, Texas. The president will meet with officials on the frontlines will locals debate the effectiveness of a wall one man saying it would bring jobs, but may not solve illegal immigration one way or another. They're gonna find ways to cross the border. Doesn't matter if the walls up or not after the president's visit senators crews in Cornyn will hold a round table. Discussion with local leaders in border officials to discuss the ongoing debate Clayton Neville, mcallen. Intrigued port Louisiana police officer identified as should Terry Paine were shot to death last night. She was preparing to go to work on the night shift had happened outside of a home. One person has been detained for questioning, but has not yet been charged with any crime, a Raleigh, North Carolina. Police officer is now out of surgery after being shot several times last night condition. Unclear the officers ide- not released two suspects are in custody. After a manhunt as the US plans to pull all of its troops from Syria secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is on a Middle Eastern tour reassuring Arab nations, the US is not abandoning the fight against terrorists. We urge every country to take meaningful action to crush terrorism and denounce its ideological roots. You'll not fight these battles alone. A robust battle against ISIS and other terrorist groups will continue secretary Pompeo speaking in Cairo. Egypt stock futures are down across the board. Twenty eight minutes before the opening bell. On Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. Here's some great news. If you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance, or more importantly, if you sign up for a plan that you're just not happy with you still have a choice. It's called meta share in medicine as a Christian healthcare sharing program. It's been around for twenty five years. They have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country and get this over.

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