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Trusting Yourself with Kay Lopez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:14 min | 9 months ago

Trusting Yourself with Kay Lopez

"K. Welcome to government palm thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here and tastes space with you I'm excited. Let's dive in. Let's dive in. Tell us who these K- what's your heritage I am Mexican American first generation. My family is from automakers go first generation. So you were born here yet I was born in Houston Texas Houston Nice you've left in a lot of places. Yes. So I lived in New York New York. was really a five year. Plan. which turned into an eight year adventure and after the eight year mark I was like you know what it's time to move again. So the West Coast was calling at, it was time to make that big jump. So I've been jumping around coast to coast. Now let's talk about what made you decide to go to New York. It's so interesting because it kind of relates to what's happening now in terms of the economy recession and reading the happening. So when I graduated graduated during the recession. It was very difficult time to. New in my specific industry will for everyone just graduated in trying to build their career might track was very specific in communications and advertising and being in Texas. I was so limited to what roles rick available to me and I really needed to think about my career was a very hard decision to make need my family being the first in my family to say peace everybody. Being. The eldest in a female, it was hard but I needed and I really had this desire to accomplish my dreams career. Wise. So really wasn't planned in my head. I was like eventually I'm going to move to New York. So a friend invited me to her wedding. She was originally from Houston she moved to New York. She met someone amazing. She was you know having her wedding she sent me the invite and I went to the wedding and it was only supposed to be for the weekend. So I had obviously packed lightly and then the night before my fly I was the Brooklyn Bridge with a friend and I said you know what? I don't think I'm going back home. What girl your flight is like at five in the morning. Midnight where you talking about he's like, where are you going to stay and I was like you know what I think this is it. I think this is my moment and I miss my fly and I called my parents that five in the morning. So I literally woke them up my dad the phone and I could hear my mom and she was automatically like worried like who is it and why is she calling? So early like what's happening I was three in the morning. It was like around two o'clock So they automatically you know freaked out and I told my dad, you know he was just waking up so you could hear his yeezy could hear him like confused and he was like dusted. And I was like, Yeah Pa. Did limit that. Go Gin. And They Like I'll figure it out I. Think I'M GONNA. Have a few friends that I went to college with and I'm just into a little couch surfing and that's what I did and it was the craziest thing that I had ever done in my life that no one thought that I was boy to ever do because I was always you know I was sheltered and that was my journey to new. York was like, okay I'm here I'm going to go through this five years just build my resume and go back to my family five years turned into eight and you know that's really how I moved to New York it was just really wanting to reach my dreams and see how much I can accomplish on my own I. Love it after that phone call with your dad and your one suitcase. So you bounced couch served all that stuff. So because if people are listening there like you know I want to take off and like just do it right especially in the middle of a recession. What was the first thing you did? Well to prepare for that was I created a list of all the places that I wanted to work at. So I already had like a vision in terms of like, okay. Where these are the companies I'm going to fight to make sure that I was prepared in terms of like my portfolio examples I only had one internship when I. Finished College. So I didn't have too much like actual work to show at a lot of like comps in examples of what I could create but I had a strong portfolio might professor reviewed all of that I had resume that again, my professors have looked at and I had that list at working list of like, okay. These are the companies that I'm going to hit up and. I that's exactly what I had with me. I didn't have a lot of money had four thousand dollars to my name and anyone who has been to New York or knows New York that's nothing. Right while name that is not and it was you know sitting at McDonald's and eating the dollar menu the cheeseburgers in the coffees in sitting there with my notebook in my laptop my. Old Laptop in like scratching now, agencies that I had a I to like motivating myself every day on top of the pressure like my parents constantly calling checking in on me and wanted to know my progress was

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Absentee-Ballot Expansion Promotes Early Voting This Year

All Things Considered

03:41 min | 10 months ago

Absentee-Ballot Expansion Promotes Early Voting This Year

"Early than ever before, way more at 2.5 weeks before Election Day, Some states are already up to a third of their total turnouts from 2016. That's being driven by absentee ballot expansion all over the country because of the pandemic and a surge of in person early voting, But not everything has gone smoothly. We've seen long lines in Georgia and Texas and tens of thousands of mistakes with mail ballots. Joining us now to talk about all of this is NPR's Miles parks who covers voting. Hey, miles high there. So just how big has the early voting this year? It's been huge, more than 17. Million people have voted already, according to this database compiled by University of Florida professor Michael McDonald, and it's hard to really overstate how unprecedented that is. You know, it's about five times as many people who had voted at the same time in the 2016 cycle. Target smart. This data firm that works with Democrats has done some analysis on the initial numbers has been significantly more Democrats than Republicans, which isn't that surprising when you consider you know the sort of rhetoric President Trump specifically is used about vote by mail, But there are also some other interesting trends. You know, we're seeing more than seven times as many African American voters at this point now, as opposed to 2016 Which seems to be driven by this increase in early voting access in states with higher black populations like North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. That's interesting. Well, we have been seeing pictures of these long lines at many of these early polling places. Can you talk about how smoothly the vote has been going so far? Yeah, There's clearly been some hiccups with in person and with vote by mail options, it seems like computer problems have contributed to a lot of the in person delays that people have seen photos off in Georgia. The database used to check people in was slowed down because of all of this traffic on the website. There were similar stories in Texas Houston Public Media's Elizabeth Tro Vel spoke to a voter named Renee, who spent nearly four hours in line going to three different precincts. I cry. I frankly think it's a form of voter suppression. There's no way there should be a glitch on the first day of early voting. No way and then you're gonna tell me I gotta one place and they say it's the printer. Come over here. This is the printer. Then they said the main system I've just never seen anything like this ever. You know this is a tough problem for election officials. Obviously, no one should have to wait that long to vote. But we also knew the pandemic, combined with potentially historic turnout would be in some problems for in person. Voting and lines do usually get better, I should say after the first couple days of early voting the wait times in Gwinnett County, Georgia, for instance, which was showing waits at 234 hours earlier this week on its online tracker today, when you look it was mostly under an hour. Well, what about voting by mail? I mean, a lot of people have been worried about the post office handling so many ballots are those concerns justified so far. Yeah, I mean, we've seen a lot of administrative errors, reports of administrative errors with the absentee balloting. Just yesterday in Pennsylvania, Allegheny County announced that 28,000 voters got mailed the wrong ballots, but it's also important to realize scale. We're talking about thousands of ballots, but 80 million ballots have been requested nationwide. Here's former deputy Postmaster general Ron Stroman. Despite some of those concerns, things were going at this point I'm reasonably well, Stroman said. It's important to remember that if you're hearing about a mistake at this point in the election, like in Allegheny County, for instance, officials realized their errors early enough to send out new ballots and fix the problems. That is NPR's miles. Parks. Thank you, Miles. Thank you. One company

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Tropical Storm Marco Expected to Become a Hurricane

AP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Marco Expected to Become a Hurricane

"To rain forecast for the U. S. Gulf Coast with Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, hurricane before landfall in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday,

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Houston mayor urges residents to stay weather aware as two systems move toward Gulf

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Houston mayor urges residents to stay weather aware as two systems move toward Gulf

"From fire to rain forecast for the U. S. Gulf Coast with Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, Hurricane before land phone in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday, authorities say a magnitude 3.2 earthquake struck in southeast Michigan near Monroe.

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Houston prepares as storms Marco and Laura expected to reach hurricane strength

AP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Houston prepares as storms Marco and Laura expected to reach hurricane strength

"Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, Hurricane before land phone in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday,

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Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

Todd Schnitt

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

"People People live live near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, keeping keeping an an eye to tropical systems. Tropical Storm Laura, which is now over the Leeward Island, the tropical depression 14, which is likely to become a tropical storm, Marco. If both storms don't fall apart over the weekend, Laura is forecast ahead toward the central Gulf Coast near Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Western Florida Panhandle. The other system could head for Texas Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner saying Storm preparations are already underway.

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"texas houston" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"texas houston" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Heavy showers right over portions of Palm Beach Words currently 90 degrees. It's 91 in Fort Lauderdale and started seeing some of that rain over. Oceans of Homestead and also the keys again. Just like this morning. They got pounded. Right now. It's 92 degrees there and now, 11 31. 117 more covert related resident death Spring in the States resident death toll to now over 10,000 State Department of Health Reporting today. 4555 additional cases of Corona virus confirmed bringing the known total to 588,600 to today's death toll includes 19 lives lost more in Miami Dade There are 534 additional confirmed cases of the disease and two more deaths in Broward. Palm Beach has 224 additional confirmed cases and 17 new deaths and nine additional cases of the disease and one new death in Monroe County. National Hurricane Center tracking Tropical depression 13 and 14 Tropical depression number 13 is expected to become Tropical Storm Laura, at some point today may even become a hurricane by Monday as it nears Florida. The tropical depression number 14 also expected to further develop into a tropical storm by tonight, it just formed over the West Central Caribbean Sea. Taking a look on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down. 44 point to 6 27,049. NASDAQ is a 59 points and the S and P is up a fraction.

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Texas GOP convention in Houston is cancelled, Mayor Sylvester Turner announces

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Texas GOP convention in Houston is cancelled, Mayor Sylvester Turner announces

"In Texas Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner, cancels the city's contract for the Texas Republican Convention is convention is not moving forward. And it's because of the public health risk that it posed. Republicans have insisted on an in person convention Indoors Health official in Tulsa links a rise in cases in his city to President Trump's campaign rally two weeks ago. In the subsequent protests, a local doctor weighs in

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Florida Continues To See Big Jumps in Coronavirus Case Count

WIOD Programming

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Continues To See Big Jumps in Coronavirus Case Count

"All this week in Florida a needed increase in testing the state saw its biggest spike in cases it seems so far in Texas Houston is watch cases steadily increase as they started to reopen a month ago and in Pennsylvania health authorities there are worried that he recounted they're not just seeing an increase in cases in the midst of an outbreak OPEC agreeing to extend a production cut of nearly ten built million get barrels of oil a day through the end of July to try to raise

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What we know about coronavirus testing in Texas, Houston has

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

What we know about coronavirus testing in Texas, Houston has

"Texas now has more than a hundred confirmed cases of corona virus across twenty three counties including three deaths governor Greg Abbott says another nineteen hundred hundred Texans Texans are are being being monitored monitored for for the the viruses viruses delivery delivery of of the the testing testing kids kids continue continue by by the the end end of of this this week week we we will will have have the the capability capability of of administering administering fifteen to twenty thousand tests per week the governor says that he will address the issue of bars and restaurants statewide during a press conference later today testing already ramping up across the region with and with that we're expected to see more positive cases of coronavirus both used in an unincorporated Harris County have confirmed five new cases bringing the city's total of ten and the unincorporated counties to eighteen a Galveston county now reporting to more positive cases of covert nineteen bringing its total to four but Gambhir county reporting its it's seven case embers or accounting reporting its third

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"texas houston" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If you missed Brian Kilmeade, you missed and forty thousand apprehended probably another three or four thousand came in and what California's dawn to medical law, where does this. And I'll tell you where it ends totally undermining our country. Bankrupting our states and our federal government, destroying our democracy, award about my children, my grandchildren, and everyone watching, but understand the Democrats, the actions by the Democrats in Washington or no less than treason. They're selling at our country. And this is why was one of the few Republicans that stood with the president and said and tariffs are always the last resort. But there are powerful twelve and by the way, that was damn patches. Tenant governor. He's a fine talk show host. He owns the Texas Houston station. We're on. It was very nice of them. Are Republicans Texas who understands this issue better than almost anybody? And we've never seen numbers like this, and we don't have any financing for combinations. I just saw with warrants tweet. She's been a she's. Condemning the conditions for the eagles, but not doing anything to stop them from coming providing insurance money for them. But they're condemning him really spoke by the border patrol supposed to put money out of their pocket and pay for this and get bunk beds in there and maybe get a little, maybe Jim James Taylor. He did a great job in France after their attack maybe James Taylor can play at the Rio Grande valley sector cut twenty-seven, this guy, Jerry robot. He is a former Senate Tonio ice agent. He knows what's happening there. Twenty seven. It has gotten it has overwhelmed, our resources, our capabilities. It's like what's next is the agency offers along the border. They're they're they're freaking out of a fire hose right now. They're barely keeping up with their responsibilities. You have a lot of resources are being dedicated to address with what you're seeing today. My biggest concern is at. At, at what sacrifice what else what is it that we're not doing that? We should be doing because of all the attention and all the resources that are being diverted to deal with this influx, and now you have California saying, hey, illegals free healthcare, put ninety eight million dollars aside for you not enough, by the way. And they evidently, I don't know this for sure. I heard this, this morning from one of our legal.

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"texas houston" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on WLAC

"I have to. I have to compliment you. Mercury one is is a charity that is not getting big donations from people. I mean, we we're a nickel and dime. Kind of organization, and we have raised and given this eight out. I don't even know how many tens of millions of dollars fifty sixty. I have no idea. But I just said, you know, mercury one is is helping in Israel right now, we are in North Carolina. From the hurricane. We're still in Florida. We're still in Texas Houston now in Houston. We still have operations going on there. We're in California with the wildfires. That's not to say all of the women's shelters and other organizations that we supply help to we're in Iraq. We're in Syria. We're in central and South America, right with the slavery. Yes. And Asia on that we're in. Where is it? I want to say, it's. Not Polly Burma Burma's. We're in Burma as well in Haiti as well. I mean, it's interesting. This is only this audience. Yeah. I mean, it's interesting. All these tragedies are going on mercury ones that all of them. I mean, can you make the argument they're causing them? Can you can you look at it? The never looked at that. We should probably look who got their first hurricane arrive in North Carolina or did mercury one. I want to know. Well, we do have that weather machine. And it is it's remarkable. And I wanna thank you for giving. Mercury one. It is amazing. I mean, what other audience does this, by the way with absolutely no recognition from anybody? There's never been all the all the the celebrities who get on TV, and and get praised for whatever they're doing never is this audience recognized for all the millions and millions of dollars all the good that has been done. And of course, obviously, that's not why they're doing it. Right. That's not why this audience does this. I mean, this is we don't seek that out. No. We don't seek that out. If you did they wouldn't give it to you. Anyway. Something bad anyway. Yeah. So anyway. Would you do a favor? Could you buy a raffle ticket for mercury one? It helps us keep our.

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"texas houston" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Four seven FM. have to I have to compliment you. Mercury one is is a charity that is not getting big donations from people. I mean, we we we're a nickel and dime. Kind of organization, and we have raised and given this eight out. I don't even know how many tens of millions of dollars fifty sixty s I have no idea. They just said, you know, mercury one is is helping in Israel right now, we are in North Carolina. From the hurricane. We're still in Florida. We're still in Texas Houston now and Houston, we still have operations going on there. We're in California with the wildfires. That's not to say all of the women's shelters and other organizations that we supply help to we're in Iraq. We're in Syria. We're in central and South America, right with the slavery style. Yes. And Asia on that we're in. Where is it? I want to say it's not Polly Burma Burma's. We're in Burma as well in Haiti as well. I mean, it's interesting. This is only this audience. Yeah. I mean, it's interesting. All these tragedies are going on in mercury ones that all of them. I mean, can you make the argument they're causing them? Can you can you look at it? The never looked at that. We should probably look. Make sure who got there first. Hurricane arrive in North Carolina. Or did mercury. Well, we do have that weather machine. And it is it's remarkable. And I wanna thank you for giving to mercury one. It is amazing. I mean, what other audience does this, by the way with absolutely no recognition from anybody? But there's never been now all the all the the celebrities who get on TV, and and get praised for whatever they're doing never is this audience recognized for all the millions and millions of dollars and all the good that has been done. And of course, obviously, that's not why they're doing it. Right. That's not why this audience does this. I mean, this is we don't seek that out. No. We don't seek that out. But if you did they wouldn't give it to you. Anyway. Something bad anyway. Yeah. So anyway. Would you do a favor? Could you buy a raffle ticket for mercury one? It helps us keep our doors open. We pay our bills every year through this fundraisers. A raffle ticket. You could win a.

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Possible Serial Killer Sought in Houston-Area Manhunt

Ron St. Pierre

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Possible Serial Killer Sought in Houston-Area Manhunt

"NewsRadio nine twenty. Four seven apparently, there's a serial killer on the loose in Houston, Texas Houston and, Harris County authorities looking for a man suspected of three fatal, shootings thus, far in, the area, over the past few days Jose Rodriguez a, forty, six year, old, registered, sex offender, is the suspect in, the, murder of a sixty. Two year old woman on Friday at her home in Cyprus Rodriguez also suspected of Saturday's murder of a. Twenty eight year old employee of a mattress firm and north. West Houston as well as Monday's killing of an employee at a mattress one in north Houston crime spree started on July the ninth with a home invasion police say that he also robbed any wounded a metro bus driver. On Monday. So a killer maybe a serial killer on the, loose, in, Houston New York governor Andrew Cuomo launching an. Investigation into the practices. Of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner's real estate his family real. Estate company Officials report the company.

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Gregg Popovich says San Antonio Spurs 'looked like a deer in headlights' in loss to Golden State Warriors

SportsCenter AllNight

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Gregg Popovich says San Antonio Spurs 'looked like a deer in headlights' in loss to Golden State Warriors

"And fifteen rebounds to lead the way toronto knocked off washington philadelphia beat miami twenty seven in golden state took out san antonio won thirteen ninety two spurs head coach break popovich watched in despair firstquarter we looked like deer in the headlights very disappointing and felt we were very prepared physically and mentally but i was mistaken as i said we looked like deer in the headlights defense was really poor as far as following game plan in the first quarter and it's a bad combination of play defense like that and not shoot at the other end in the nhl playoffs boston tampa bay san jose in nashville all that game victories and lead their respective series two games to none major league baseball on saturday milwaukee snaps the mets nine game winning streak beating them find the one the diamondbacks hammer the dodgers nine to one the red sox improved to an american league best twelve and two after being baltimore into three texas houston five four that's your sunday night baseball macha coverage begins on espn and espn.

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Ohio: Naked man on crystal meth bites 28 people in a Walmart Store

Howie Carr

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Ohio: Naked man on crystal meth bites 28 people in a Walmart Store

"By dozy baking company celebrating over one hundred years speaking excellence since one thousand nine hundred sixteen now let's start off strong couple busted having public sex at baseball field baseball field this must be florida for spring training right now this is actually houston texas houston jose manuel rodriguez and gration status morfey more no question mark mark upside down on the fraud than the regular question mark at the end of the senate's and yeah pizza rivera where allegedly where allegedly caught getting frisky by police monday night at a baseball park but it's it's misleading because you think they're like having sex by first base they're not they were they were in their car in a parking lot of the baseball place baseball place the baseball field when officers turn on the patrol car spotlight reportedly saw the pair engaged in a sex act by the way officer marxists can i fill in for fifteen minutes sometime in disgust mall security only around the holiday season officer mark naked man on crystal meth bites twenty eight people in a walmart store rough week for walmart between the victim needs control at the simeone at the me own or the simeon however you pronounce it the tr training academy literature university and this guy it's been a really tough one for walmart twenty nine year old michael kruger entered the store naked and visibly intoxicated around nine thirty am nine thirty am an employee who witnessed the attack as the aggressor looked like he was possessed are infected with rabies and he began to bite everyone she said he was running around naked like a maniac he was drooling lot and biting people he looked like a rabid animal he kept barking like a dog and yelling stuff about the vatican being out to he assaulted a dozen others before he was eventually arrested he does look like he has this where was this was in cleveland ohio next man broke into minnesota home cooked himself some chicken nuggets and then was arrested so this guy's name is dylan bradley madden he's twenty one years if you're broke that mcdonalds would you cook yourself chicken mcnugget no i would go right for.

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"texas houston" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"The time of the constitution and tell 18 75 supreme court decision the states were in charge of immigration not the federal government i didn't that will eight federal immigration facility until eighteen ninety two so 100 years states controlled immigration now we're close states don't have any voice because the supreme court an eighteen 75 the of you as the 10 seventy there is only they were actually defacto told they were told directly you may not do immigration that's right closet sovereign in the who should move goes to the federal government and that's exactly raw but again the court is the one who decided that just as the court decided the jury's no longer have the power to determine laws they can only term in fact i mean th the courts re reject american from constitution but you come back to the second amendment issue and what we have on the second amendment what we're dealing with us a lack of morality and a great example is if you go back to the to the 20th century did you know that the start of the 20th century any single individual in america could own submachine i did not long at all now we had all these massive weapons at our disposal at how many school shootings did we have back in in the early 1900s mellon i'm you actually the the worst school massacre still to this day in history was done in bath township michigan 1927 it was done by fire in explosives he wasn't about a gun at all that's right and if you look at mass killings hey i mean there's only a handful you can find there was 1949 a world war two that ptsd kind of stuff who killed thirteen eight you have to jump the 1982 before you start finding mass killings happened on a regular basis i'll whitman 1980s when they took the 10 commandments out and 1982 we start having the stuff announcing schools and now we have this kid in florida who who goes in and shoes and we no longer have a more competition in all here i am in texas houston school district is the eleventh largest school district in the nation the city of houston has a population greater than twenty seven states in the united states that's a massive school district in a that district teachers of the.

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"texas houston" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on WTVN

"The way this is totally different a topic with no debt from the time of the constitution and tell 18 75 supreme court decision to stage four in charge of immigration not the federal government i did not well eight federal immigration facility and tell eight pain ninety two so a hundred hear states controlled immigration now we're coal states don't have any voice because the supreme court an eighteen 75 beatson seventy in arizona they were actually decide to told they were told directly you may not do immigration that's right losses robert in the constitution who goes to the federal government and that's exactly raw but again the court is the one who decided that just as the court decided to juries no longer had the power to determine laws they call the term in fact i mean to the courts re reshaped america from constitution but you come back to the second amendment issue and what we have on the second amendment what we're dealing with us a lack of morality and a great example is if you go back to the to the 20th century did you know that started the 20th century any single individual in america could own submachineguns did not belong mental health we had all these massive weapons at our disposal at how many school shootings could we have back in in the early 1900s no i'm you actually that the worst school massacre still to this day in history was done in bath township michigan a 1927 it was done by fire in explosives he was wasn't about a gun at all that's right and if you look at mass killings a i mean there's only a handful you can find their was 1949 world war two vet ptsd kind of stuff who killed thirteen eight you have to jump the 1982 before you start fighting mass tell h happening on a regular basis i'll wait a minute 1980s when they took the 10 commandments out and 1982 we start having this stuff announcing school so now we have this kid in florida who who go said and shoes and we no longer have the moral compass in in all here i am in texas houston school district is the eleventh largest school district in the nation the city of houston has a population greater than twenty seven states in the united states that's a massive school district and in that district teach sure the year was being told in.

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"texas houston" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Statecontrolled immigration now we're told states don't have any voice because the supreme court an eighteen 75 as beatson seventy in arizona they were actually defacto told they were told directly you may not do immigration that's right closets robert in the constitution who goes to the federal government and that's exactly raw but again to court is the one who decided that just as the court decided to juries no longer had the power to determine laws they call it term in fact i mean the the courts re reshaped america from constitution but you come back to the second amendment issue and what we have on the second amendment what we're dealing with us a lack of morality and a great example is if you go back to the to the 20th century did you know that started the 20th century any single individual in america could own submachinegun i did nothing wrong little doubt we had all these massive weapons at our disposal at how many school shootings could we have back in the early 1900s no i'm you actually that the worst school massacre still to this day in history was done in bath township michigan a 1927 it was done by fire in explosives he was wasn't about a gun at all that's right and if you look at mass killing a i mean there's only a handful you can find there was 1949 world war two that ptsd kind of stuff who killed thirteen eight you have to jump the 1982 before you start finding mass killings h happening on a regular basis i'll wait a minute 1980s when they took the 10 commandments out and 1982 we start having this stuff it's in school so now we have this kid in florida who who go said and shoes and we no longer have a moral compass and in all here am in texas houston school district is they leapt onto largest school district in the nation for the city of houston has a population greater than twenty seven states in the united states that's a massive school district and in that district teach.

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"texas houston" Discussed on WKHM NEWS TALK

WKHM NEWS TALK

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on WKHM NEWS TALK

"This is your bed you have to sleeping in its disappointing even with the losses an off the mine this team is more talented than what they show today against a division opponent in these other good thing brad been you know what i'll ask you when you play poorly on sunday and you have a game on thursday is it good because that means you get to get back out there it's like a batter who goes over four three strikeouts in gets a plane the ballpark the next day or is it is a good thing because you've got the short memory or is it a bad thing because it's like wilson we are still reeling from today and obviously we almost start preparing for thursday like it's almost overwhelming it is overwhelming um i mean i guess it all depends i think each case is unique in this specific case i think it's a good thing because they played bad but you know who else play bad live team leaves the houston texas houston texans were bad me they were bad you know i mean they'll be able to bounce back and i think it's good to get this taste daddy your mouth i think is good to say okay look reset we understand we didn't do what we needed to do but we have a short turnaround let's put this this this zip on the right there in the had the opportunity that relatively quickly got about that the houston the cincinnati bengals are going to be the thursday night ballgame of teams that where the underperformed in week one one of which led to quarterback questions one about delivered one of which led to just overall disappointment questions really not a poor not a great start for other one of those teams we've got plenty more to continue to discuss in tune into an aol battle in southern i baseball is the indians who have won seven dean straight games host deep baltimore oil poltimore auriol's burner by exxon mobil coverage begins night at seven pm eastern on espn radio yes ps dot com and be espn at eight o'clock pm on espn.

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"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Local authorities say they've received as many as seventy thousand calls for help over the last several days and they have given so much answering those calls one veteran police sergeant steve peres gave his life the work is dangerous and at times it can seem endless even for the professionals who are trained for these kind of moments which makes their effort and that of the volunteers that we've met we're taking note of again tonight randi kaye reports the air national guard in the midst of a dramatic rescue on the other end of that rope line is a newborn baby other child from the scene family was also rescued it went on and on until the whole family was safely inside the chopper they were led out on drier lane strangers came together to rescue an elderly man trapped in his car he was being swept away by floodwaters when the group quickly formed a human chain stretching from dry land to the man's car the car appeared to be sinking fenced and rescuers yell to those closest to the man to bust the window they finally got the door open and the man out he was taken to a local hospital and reunited with his son human chain would also help save the life of any smith and her soon to be born baby she was nine months pregnant going into labor and trapped in her apartment she and her husband both doctors had just moved to houston last month and had never experienced a hurricane they began to prepare for a home birth boiling water and sterilizing equipment then they sent out an alert in their apartment complex calling for an obgyn strangers some with medical backgrounds came running one quick thinking neighbor stopped.

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"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:55 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"The new bell duties on fountain drive in reston town center it's a food lover's market yeah they took off of them all right welcome back just things are moving very quickly obviously on the ground i want you to meet frankie z's who just came over to this area these guys who about out here all day rescuing people from this neighborhood which is still very flooded they were done for the night frankie you got a call from from your end i explained what happened everything was fine settled with communication with them throughout the family and all the sudden this morning we had a call from there like there's water sought rising on the streets and that hasn't happened until this morning the senator he'll this morning and then we said let me come and get you and they'll that end and she was like no we're fine we're just gonna ride it you know we don't think it's going to be a big deal how old were or your aunt and uncle my uncle's ninety my aunt's like eighty three yeah they'll should they thought they saw the water coming with that thought they could ride it out and then all of a sudden about half an hour ago i get a call from my end his like ladders that two hours we need help and you just drove over took off from the house i live by the gallery at came out here and i thought we borrowed one of my friends higher truck without the ridge is going to drive into the neighbor but the water's pretty deep oh you can't it's unbelievable so luckily these guys were still here and they've agreed to go yes just giving them formation the address and the location and then they just took off two of the coasts and are you still in communication with yes i'm calling her about a minute ago how were they hung up i mean they're just they're they're they're scared there it's getting to that point where it's like you know it's coming not over life with death to them and they ready to come out that's the thing i mean i think for so many people woke up today it wasn't raining the neighborhood hadn't really flooded yeah but then as shouldn't reservoirs start to flood i know for flow new neighborhoods start to flood that didn't flood before and that's what happened yeah it's it's it's going the opposite from where they were fine until everything calmed down from the storm in the rain and now this whole entire you've been here since you're really ninety ninety one i've ever seen anything like it reto the others i all of them never flooded for a day or two certain areas never seen where we have like a river yeah you know for the whole entire subdivision over the whole entire you know area you know it's it's covering up a large amount arrangement i appreciate you you talking to us and i know you'll be staying here and i just wish you the best for all the help with the coast guard they are on is the scene is brian todd it's been all day out on the water he joins us now brian i mean you've been out there i've been watching you throughout day fallen rescue efforts in houston also obviously for days what exactly are residents facing right now what have you been seeing today anderson they're devastated in there actually just waiting to process this because they were taken by surprise with this wave of flooding that occurred because it really just started in this neighborhood in earnest at about one a m in the morning this morning overnight after the brunt of the storm had passed these people thought they had actually written it out without too much flooding but that controlled release from the addicks reservoir which flooded the the buffalo by you not far from here was what really brought all these floodwaters on i'm in high water vehicle now i'm about eight feet above above ground just huge wheels on this pickup truck they were riding in the back of here but you can see behind me here just how deep the water is we were on an air boat with some private rescuers earlier today and we were just.

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"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:58 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Still believe maybe in need of help well i can tell you that restaurant braces have continued in our west area of the city in the memorial area where we noticed the water has tripped up catoon to creep up i don't have a current number this is billy day six for the houston police department work people haven't gone home as a matter of fact this will be the first time tonight there was some of them go home to get some rest but the numbers are every hour passes they're going down in as certainly with the thousands of people have been rescued we're down to probably a matter of one hundred or so i wonder to the people you know who see the is receding and maybe think houston is out of the woods what is your message to to those people tonight well i the messages that were not quite out of the wood because we know that we still have a watery event going on the west side of the memorial city mall area and and we still haven't gone into these neighborhoods to do our secondary search is you know my heart still aching all of us fearful that we still might find more more folks in the homes in these flooded out areas i mean anderson you look at the destruction here two story homes completely just completely golfing covered by water you can't even see the rooftops we just fear what we might find and so while we're hopefully and we're glad we have had such few deaths it sets the event of i think biblical proportions because of the number of water with that we're still concerned about what we still might find days oh and that that actual toll you may not know is my understanding until really until the waters recede as you said until you can do those secondary secondary searches correct and so that's any secondary searches our first responders it's still very risky to go back into those neighborhoods where we're power lines are down and gas means and everything else and a lot of debris you know a lot of things that they have to deal with and so we're thankful that there's digital strike teams with mr capabilities they're headed towards our area of operation here and and they'll strike teams are going to help us complete the secondary searches chief i i wish you the best in all the officers i appreciate it thank you so much for talking with us chief elsa vado not doing incredible work here in in houston so much need a so many people are to respond to so many neighborhoods try to cover up next what you're seeing here is not a bay take a look at this video it's it's an ocean but it's not an ocean it's actually the freeway it looks like a ocean or bay we're going to talk to the mandatory this video when we come back from local farms to.

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:41 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Fighting but and the volunteer efforts i gotta say are just incredible yes but i was here today with a boat we came on his very road to go search nobody to talk to you know come in communication system we need to tie that together with a disruptive technology that allow the police and fire the civilian coming into region and say go here we mission you'll hear this is your mission when you get there link up with this win and then it'd be able to communicate with john from team rubicon against you guys are veterans volunteers you've worked in a lot of a lot of different areas what are you seeing on the ground yes so as you mentioned where veterans based disaster response organization we are skills with first responders were trained to respond to chaos right we're ready to go when this kind of thing happens folks got on the ground on monday and we've been doing since monday we will continue to do those until you know the community doesn't need it anymore you've really focused also on longterm yes so right now our teams are setting up for the long term we expect we're going to be here for a few months what we generally do is wait for the waters to recede so it's safe for volunteers to come in and then we just start working on longterm operations where we can help the community get back on the because that's the thing i mean you know obviously there's the adrenaline now for folks here that lasts for a couple of days it gets you through but you know at once the water recedes there's the grim reality of recovery operations rebuilding things in volunteers can't do now volunteers that big mission is to come help people re muck houses last year and bad rooch katrina for years after the hurricane volunteer groups came from all over the world you see that over to anderson that water does everyone of those catch basins got to be cleaned before the makes storm every drain every kober every bridgehead between here and it's going to have to be clean because if it took forty inches this time it'll take ten because what the impact the flood has had on the drainage system is that that's one of the things as there's attention on storms when they happened in the meat aftermath and we saw this katrina we hadn't back down in new orleans i don't know twenty times or something over over the years but a lot of people once the water just based they kind of think it's over but it's not exactly and team rubicon is still to this day working on houses in new york and new jersey that were wrecked during superstorm sandy so you know the the everyone else forgets about it but we're going to stay there with the community until i won't gets back on what do you see in terms of organization you know what our teams have been seeing every day is the armada of the community that has stepped up to help each other and that's amazing to see and to see everyone working side by side with the government agencies is really encouraging you exist john huge this team rubicon exists basically from donations and not getting government it's team rubicon what's the west on usa dot org okay pretty donations for shank you thanks very much preteens today i know crazy we want to talk to you about that take a look at these live pictures again what areas this now okay this is orange texas and it just gives you sense of i'm in this thing is is not over i mean a lot of folks saw houston today this all the rain stopped and they thought oh you know well the the worst is over in and and that may be the case for some neighborhoods here in houston but check out what's happening right now in orange texas you get a sense of of of just how deep those waters are when we come back what began as a truly life saving rescue our res resuscitation in fact has now turned into something of misery no one seems to know where sir at know for certain where this revival now is she apparently still needs medical attention look details on that next we'll also hear from some of the survivors even now still making their way to safety with the help and army and flotilla volunteers we've been talking about we'll be right back live from houston and all the wrong along the region.

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"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:09 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"You got a rope hold on i'm trying to get you a rope all right buddy put out one shown shown don't don't don't don't you backwards no no ma'am no ma'am we got a car in a ditch we just pulled a fellow out have mercy you'll right now all right take your breath and we're gonna pick you up going one and get get you off of this bank okay we're going to get you off of this bank sixtysixyearold jerry some all he was just out looking for food he got in trouble he's doing okay we talked to him later this is the danger right now anderson this water this intersection was flooded just about an hour ago in fact the police are over there trying to deal with flooded cars that were just left here but the water continues to move throughout the county so it drains here has got to go somewhere else people are not used to these areas being flooded and they're getting in trouble which is why right now this emergency is not only continuing for people who need to be evacuated but for all the people who have been cooped up for days wanna get out and see something and they find themselves getting in trouble just like that fella did this morning anderson withdrew drew that's one of the really deceptive things there is you can't tell obviously how deep this water is unless there's you know a submerged car that you just see the top of it or something i mean even in the area that we're in right now if we just pan over here you have really have no sense of of how deep this water is and and it just goes on as fairly as far as the i can see i'm told you know further down there it gets it gets up to about the waste here it's it's pretty shallow for drew that's i mean i assume that's what happened to that that man who you helped rescue he had no idea that the the the the water he was driving into is going to be so deep anderson he thought he was driving onto a road he had no idea that that was an actual drainage ditch it was a ditch that he was driving into he thought he was just crossing a parking lot crossing a road that was covered with water and he was gone it's floating and just after we pulled him out his truck his four wheel drive truck sank it happens that quick people do not recognize the difference between standing water that's overrode standing water that is actually a raging river as a drainage ditch and it's happening all across southeastern texas right now the images you're seeing on your screen or from orange texas those are those are the first images i'm seeing from from that aaron again you get a sense of just how much water there is on the ground drew drew appreciate that that's near the border of texas and louisiana we should point out i want to get some perspective now from pera experts cnn contributor and retired army lieutenant general russel honore who of course headed up the hurricane katrina effort and also joining us john connors former marine a member of team rubicon which is an organization that brings together a veterans and first responders volunteers for moments just like this general nari first of all what's your cessna of of where things stand now terms of rescue operations in terms of of the flooding well be problems got bigger i mean we go from caucus trysofi to indicate marin parish with search and rescue missions on one and this is the hard part after we do the initial picking people up with helicopters and using emergency signals to five people what's his water go down anderson and every house has to be checked and i cannot be done by civilian volunteer with all these volunteers really been in a mess because the military has been slow to scale up i've spoken up four days now that they should have been scaling up we should have navy ships follow hurricanes in we learned that in katrina reliant i didn't read it yet the one of the biggest hurricanes predicted as of last thursday didn't have navy ships following we've got to get this fixed because we at the beginning a hurricane season that being said the shelters looked great everybody is getting the loan as far as the yemeni should we don't have the bigger and the.

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"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:08 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Good evening from houston where the clear skies above us are deceiving conditions remain very dangerous in many places throughout this region the rain might have moved out from houston but this remains very much an unfolding crisis rescues have been happening every minute of every hour by boat and increasingly by helicopter especially in beaumont and port arthur which is east of here in houston hammered by what used to be hurricane harvey as it made second landfall overnight along the texas louisiana border naval aviators army and coast guard choppers have all been flying often in very risky conditions and they are pulling people to safety it is not over yet port arthur's mayor says the entire city is underwater it is much the same we're told him beaumont water clear to the horizon a just want to show you a picture that pretty much says it all it only looks like a storm tossed bay that you're looking at until you see that interstate road sign this body of water south of beaumont is not a bay it's a stretch of i ten logan we'd who snapped that photo also shot video this from the small boat he was in which is the only way to get around in round much of the beaumont port arthur area and this was not taken by the way his har became a shore on friday it was taken last night when it struck the second time not over yet by any means here in houston water still covers entire neighborhoods across this enormous city block after block mile after mile still underwater not over yet i don't want to show you a live shot you're looking at a right now gives you a sense of this is in houston just a sense of how big this is and how many how the the kind of flooding we are still seeing in neighborhood that this is by the addicts reservoir one of the two reservoirs that areas around them had not flooded until more recently when water began to come out of that reservoir they had to release some water so that to to relieve some of the the flooding in that area gives you just one cents of one neighborhood behind me there's members of the state texas state marine unit who had been undertaking rescues all day in in this area of houston where i am you see them now their work is done for the day they they're stopped because it's starting to get dark they're probably going to resume here tomorrow as well they say they have taken out as many as six hundred people six hundred and ten people and it wasn't just them there's an army of volunteers people who i talked to one young man earlier today who actually just bought a boat two days ago because he wanted to come here didn't live here he bought a boat he drove it here and he has been helping bring people out of their homes the images just keep coming along with some of the horror stories as well we're have seniors traps on for twenty four hours gordon cnn stra griffin and the floodwater shelters flooding others filled to capacity the death toll rising now at twenty eight but the truth is there's no way to really get an accurate sense of of how many people may have been hurt in this how many people are still missing and how many people may have died i it's i was talking to the the sheriff of harris county who said it's really gonna it's gonna take a lot of time until the flood waters dissipate they can really get a sense of the toll the grim work recovery soon to get underway around us but still days in the future across other parts of the region it is not over yet luckily neither is the the truly remarkable outpouring volunteers that we're talking about their flotilla of small boats and big trucks ordinary people just doing extraordinary work in a time of of such great need joining us right now by phone is becky aims is the mayor of beaumont texas mariam's i appreciate you've been with some sorry to under these circumstances this morning you said that every single body of water around she was at capacity and overflowing what's the situation right now where you are well in is still that way unfortunately sometimes when we're near bodies of water likes the buyers rivers that we have so many around beaumont aftermath math is worse because when they crest the flooding starts in i we i don't believe there were quite as bad as put authored.

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"texas houston" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:19 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Lou bega the university of tampa snerdley when did this story run no no no the original story about the professor where we the this morning we were the first to popularise it nationally that's all i'm getting out here right so this university of sociology professor kenneth story it he's a visiting assistant professor which basically means he empties the commodes and takes out the garbage in grades the tests at the university of tampa and he said if texas deserved this storm as karma for voting for trump so it was one of the first things that we mention on a big program today which was basically two and a half hours ago in a guy has been let go university spokesman eric dennis said in a statement it story was fired after the screwball weathered an outpouring of online outrage over the comments by the things sociology professor kenneth l story is his name make sure your make a note of that kenneth l story s t o r e y karma he said texas houston deserve to be hit by this national natural disaster because they voted four trump a tampa bay times reports that story issued an apology writing that he never meant to wish ill upon of course course and it wasn't him the really wasn't me you know how these apologies go at wasn't me i i am terribly sorry if anybody was not who i am that's just not what i do accept it is who your are entity is what you did in a facebook post the university savage stands in solidarity with the people impacted by hurricane harvey officials said another sociology professor will take over the classes that are being currently taught by canada elle story s t o r e y and here's something i bet you don't know that happened because of hampered on cnn and have it on cnn today it happened on cnn's program called new day the democrat governor of louisiana happened to be on the program his name is john bell edwards and he said that president trump and the federal government response to the impact of hurricane harvey on his state has been excellent edwards said well first of all let me tell you the federal government has been excellent the president's call twice he signed the declaration we requested within a few hours of.

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"texas houston" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:25 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tran among mumbo number luke maye the university of tampa snerdley when did this story run no no no the original story about the professor where we have this morning we were the first to popularise it nationally that's all i'm getting out here all right so this university of sociology professor candidates story tweeted he's a visiting assistant professor which basically means he empties the commodes and takes out of the garbage in grades the tests at the university of tampa and he said if texas deserved this storm as karma for voting for trump so it was one of the first things that we mention on the big program today which was basically two and a half hours ago in a guy has been let go university spokesman eric cut of dennis said in a statement that story was fired after the screwball weathered an outpouring of online outrage over the comments by the va visiting sociology professor kenneth l story is his name make sure your make a note of that kenneth l story s t o r e y karma he said texas houston deserve to be hit by this national natural disaster because they voted four trump a tampa bay times reports that story issued an apology writing that he never meant to wish ill upon of course horse and it wasn't him who really wasn't me you know how these apologies go at wasn't me i i am terribly sorry if anybody was not who i am that's just not what i do accept it is who you are entity is what you did in a facebook post the university savage stands in solidarity with the people impacted by hurricane harvey officials said another sociology professor will take over classes that are being currently taught by kenneth dale story s p o r e y and here's something i'll bet you don't know the happened it gives have happened on cnn have it on cnn today have it on cnn's program called new day the democrat governor of louisiana happened to be on the program his name is john bell edwards and he said that president trump and the federal government response to the impact of hurricane harvey on his state has been excellent edwards said well first of all let me tell you the federal government has been excellent the president's called twice he signed the declaration we requested within a few hours of.

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"texas houston" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"texas houston" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Texas houston officials did not order an evacuation ahead of harvey fearing more lives could be lost on the road but that led to the huge number of people trapped by flaccid fast rising floodwaters cbs's demarco mortgages and dickinson were all twenty thousand residents are now under mandatory evacuation orders people of used woulda flotation device they have even pudding strangers on their bags and waiting through kneedeep water to help many have used their fishing boats this weekend for another purpose this is i savior we'll give it everything guy rules that jostled baton uses part of the keys in navy a flotilla volunteers from louisiana he travelled more than two hundred miles to help the hundreds of residents stranded in dickinson a small town thirty miles east of houston president trump is making no apologies for his controversial pardon of former sheriff joe are pie out the president defended his pardon of joe are pile by reading from a list president clinton pardoned mark rich recent examples of controversial acts of clemency by his to democratic predecessors invoked barack obama's early release of chelsea manning the wikileaks source than known as bradley was convicted of leaking government secrets horrible horrible thing that he did commuted the sentence are pyo critics say he stepped on the bill of rights and scoffed at the rule of law but the president trump sheriff joe is a patriot steven portnoy cbs news the white house north korea launched another missile today it flew over japan before falling into the sea of japan ps news military consultant my client this is clearly a shot across the bow from north korea to the united states and japan for military activities in the region the dow was.

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