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"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Residential street in Clermont County, east of Cincinnati. WLW T reporting that small plane went down in the yard of a home a Deer view drive and Doe run court about 4 30 this afternoon, but no reports. Of any injury, updating tonight a story that we've been telling about all afternoon driver of a semi truck under arrest tonight he allegedly held a woman hostage led police on a chase along I 2 75 this afternoon. Mostly in the Anderson Township area to stop this truck at one point got out on the interstate and was staring down. Police got back in was turning around on the interstate. It was a mess for people who were caught in traffic. Police are saying that the hostage involved with the driver's wife And that she had been taken to the hospital after the driver had let her out of the truck. Ohio State Patrol troopers had pursued that driver for several hours today after 911 calls in Butler County had alerted them to a semi that have been driving recklessly. But there is no report yet on the name of that driver. We expect more details to be coming out. Later on tonight, a person shot and wounded this weekend 800 Block of York Street in Newport Police there have not released Mohr information yet shooting this weekend as well. White Oak Area Chesterfield Court near Cole Ray and Kipling Cincinnati Police are looking for a homeless woman who was assaulted earlier this week on Republic Street in over the Rhine. She is Theresa Benedict and is not Been seen since she was attacked the president. Tweeting out his respects to the family of Congressman John Lewis. The congressman died. He says that he and Melanie are sending prayers. So Louis and his family White House, ordering all flags to be flown at half staff to honor the late Georgia congressman who died at the age of 80. A contemporary of John Lewis is explaining how the civil rights pioneers lessons they're goingto live on well past his death. Andrew Young, served as mayor of Atlanta and represented Georgia in Congress. He said the late John Lewis had a calming effect on everyone. And you fear sometimes what you don't know. And when you get to know someone You realize that there's nothing to see you, Young told ABC. The deaths on Friday of Lewis and another civil rights leader, Reverend C. T. Vivian, proved a key pillar of the civil rights movement. The fact that John made it for 80 years CT for 95 years. Means that Nonviolence does work..

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"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And those continue south bound 75 the Brent Spence Bridge backed up into Cincinnati because of construction in northern Kentucky. North bound 75 through Fort Mitchell. Also a mess as usual because ofthe continuing construction there now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio, 700 wlw The heat and humidity are in full force. Today, Highs will top out around 93 degrees, but due to high humidity levels in place, it'll be feeling like the low one hundreds at times. Also, you can't rule out a stray shower storm this afternoon and evening. Over the tri state. Now, tonight, we attempt to cool off but will only manage a lo of 75 Sunday looks to be even hotter than today for Mr Veer Weather Station Online First warning meteorologist Austin Winfield News Radio 700 WLW. We have a few scattered showers in the Tri state. Right now we've got a little bit of rain south of Milford and To the east of Newtown and also ah, in the Bethel area in the Moscow area. 89 degrees is our temperature right now. In Cincinnati Person shot wounded this weekend 800 Block of York Street in Newport Police not releasing any more information another shooting this weekend. In the White Oak area on Chesterfield Court near Cold Rain and Kipling, Cincinnati police looking for a homeless woman who was assaulted earlier this week on republic streak in over the Rhine. She's Theresa Benedict has not been since has not been seen since the attack. Civil rights icon John Lewis dead at the age of 80. Long time. Georgia congressman is one of the Big six leaders of the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties. Next update three o'clock Matt Reese News Radio 700 WN. Great deals on the RAM 1500 Ram 3500 and the option to shop and buy online. There's nothing stopping you get backto everything you missed at the Ram summer clearance event right now get.

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"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"theresa benedict" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com. Slash patientssafety mostly sun ah chance of a shower but mostly high around 95 with a heat index of 102 this afternoon. For tonight. The low 75 with just a few clouds. Partly sunny tomorrow with a high of 96 Heat index will be up into the triple digits right now in Cincinnati. That radar is clear where at 86 degrees News is a service of Arnelle carriers. Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says no covert 19 cases have been traced back to restaurants in the city during this recent spike. City and health officials met with restaurant owners to discuss the state of the industry now and what is being done to keep customers safe. Grandly says restaurants are acting responsibly and that there is a difference between them and nightclubs. On Thursday, governor DeWine said Ohio's going to investigate with their investigative unit will be visiting bars this weekend to ensure people are social distancing. By the numbers 1679 new cases reported on Friday. Here in Ohio with nine new deaths some good news today for folks in Otr After a closure of two years. Finley Park is back open today. The gates are down the city is revamping the park for use. And Cincinnati police are looking for a homeless woman who was assaulted three days ago. They cannot locator. Theresa Benedict is thin. White with blond hair and a short bobbed haircut. We understand Theresa is transgender. Anyone who knows where she is. Should call Cincinnati police. I'm Sandy Collins. Our next updated 1 30 on NewsRadio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by Rocket more day when you are ready to buy a new home and.

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"theresa benedict" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"theresa benedict" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eagles I love listening to Margarita Mooney and she's right here Margarita money let's just keep going I was ranting at the end there about how people on the radical left today they've gone beyond the pale they want to shut down descent it's nothing less than fascist it is usually shy of violence but only usually the you were in the middle of this so let's let's go back I mean there you were at Yale when the Katok Chris stock is is who are not but they're not they're not even you know conservatives are outspoken Christians they're they're simply old fashioned liberals who believe in the idea of diverse conversations and they were told shut up you offend me you're despicable and the administration at Yale let the students get away with that that's to me the horror is that the administration let that happen he well what I think needs to be discussed and understood and what the students that I was working with the L. the time and continued to work with at Princeton and through scholar foundation where I work with students from all over the country is that the totalitarianism that students feel is not one where they're formally deprived of the right to speak or the right to express their opinion it's exercise through this emotional psychological sense that you don't want to be accused of offending somebody or hurting somebody's feelings right so it's that's why it can be called a soft form of totalitarianism and students are very susceptible to this it could be because of the pressure of social media what they do to students on social media who dare to differ in their opinions again they're not being formally deprived of their rights to speak or their right to start trying to see a show at the Wisconsin liberty to be humiliated in that way I mean look in Germany in the thirties before the laws were in place the cultural social pressure was there if you said the wrong thing or didn't say the right thing or didn't say Heil Hitler loudly enough you could lose a job or you would lose an association and this is what happens before the laws are put in place and the laws couldn't be put in place until this other stuff happened in this stuff is happening now in America well what I tell students again having spent time in a communist country what I tell students is you have a lot of freedoms and you need to use them and if you don't use them they can take them from you even quicker and what are some of those freedoms write your own articles start your own publication start your own association that's what I did I started my own association I started a five oh one C. three non profit anybody can do that it's called Scala foundation okay so people want to look at that what's the website I scholar foundation dot org scholar founding were also on Facebook as C. A. L. A. C. L. a foundation dot org what you're talking about though Margarita is courage and you have been inspired by heroes like some that you've named and you are now in turn inspiring young people and you're saying what I say a lot we have freedom we better use it because while we still have it we can use it if we don't use it we lose it and many people because of you know the cocked eyebrow the social ostracism ation they're they're afraid to do it so so you really are the incidents that fear as I mentioned John Paul the second I also another woman saying to admire Saint Theresa Benedict of the cross eva Stein she was a philosophy professor in Germany a convert to Catholicism and then killed off wits for being Jewish she was reeling to go to the death for her beliefs but I tell students you're probably not going to die the kind of murder of Auschwitz but look at the heroes of the twentieth century who were willing to pay the price for speaking the truth as they see it and if you think your ID we get U. cation is going to prevent you from having to pay a price for speaking the truth you're wrong take it be courageous and if they get you fight back with everything you have and I think that but do that in a way that's loving do that in a way that's compassionate even up to the people who are persecuting you right did Saint Teresa Benedicta across go to her death at Auschwitz wishing evil on her persecutors I don't think so and are you willing to do that to be courageous into love the people who disagree with you so we have living examples of people who stood up to totalitarianism find your inspiration in those people but your conscience it's going to sleep better at night if you were speaking the truth and if you give in to the pressure to keep your beliefs yourself or to withhold what your judgments are about what's right and wrong and true and good you're going to be eaten alive inside of yourself and that's no way to let you I would just gas listening to you that you would have to have already been labeled as a number of awful things by the people who disagree with you or have you been able to be under the radar enough that that somehow you can function I mean you're functioning but it it just seems to me that people would want to shut you down by calling you all kinds of names I have had I'd say a few times when people have said things that I thought were on just stir on fair I tend not to want to have my identity be centered on responding to critics of who I am or what I write I try to consistently present a message that's based on sound philosophical reasoning true human experience make rational arguments but I try not to pay too much attention to the two tractors now that's much easier now that I have a tenured position but I also try to lead from example I don't think you lead by responding to your critics all the time I lead by the example look at how I teach look at what I write if people want to call me names they can call me names I published my articles are published my soul by what I say is is out there and I believe that the heart of human persons has been given by god with the capacity to see the truth and I believe that the truth will always come to the forefront and my critics will always be there and they might get more even critical than they have been in the past but I believe that the human heart is made to see can know the truth and as long as I'm putting goodness and truth out there the light is going to shine a light is going to win wow cut and print that is is such a beautiful such an eloquent way of stating some the most fundamental and important things we're dealing with now in the culture at the heart of everything you say inevitably is your Christian faith I want to talk more about that when we come back we've got lots more with Margarita movie go to.

Margarita Mooney
"theresa benedict" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"theresa benedict" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Love listening to the eagles I love listening to Margarita Mooney and she's right here Margarita money let's just keep going I was ranting at the end there about how people on the radical left today they've gone beyond the pale they want to shut down descent it's nothing less than fascist it is usually shy of violence but only usually the you were in the middle of this so let's let's go back I mean there you were at Yale when the contact Chris doctors is who are not but they're not they're not even you know conservatives are outspoken Christians they're they're simply old fashioned liberals who believe in the idea of diverse the conversations and they were told shut up you offend me you're despicable and the administration at Yale let the students get away with that that's to me the horror is that the administration let that happen well what I think needs to be discussed and understood and what the students that I was working with the L. the time and continued to work with at Princeton and through scholar foundation where I work with students from all over the country is that the totalitarianism that students feel is not one where they're formally deprived of the right to speak or the right to express their opinion it's exercised through this emotional psychological sense that you don't want to be accused of offending somebody or hurting somebody's feelings right so it's that's why it can be called a soft form of totalitarianism and students are very susceptible to this it could be because of the pressure of social media what they do to students on social media who dare to differ in their opinions again they're not being formally deprived of their rights to speak or their right to start turn association with the Wisconsin at liberty to be humiliated in that way I mean look in Germany in the thirties before the laws were in place the cultural social pressure was there if you said the wrong thing or didn't say the right thing or didn't say Heil Hitler loudly enough you could lose a job or you would lose an association and this is what happens before the laws are put in place and the laws couldn't be put in place until this other stuff happened in this stuff is happening now in America well what I tell students again having spent time in a communist country what I tell students is you have a lot of freedoms and you need to use them and if you don't use them they can take them from you even quicker and what are some of those freedoms write your own articles start your own publication start your own association that's what I did I started my own association I started a five oh one C. three non profit anybody can do that it's called Scala foundation okay so people want to look at that what's the website I scholar foundation dot org scholar founded were also on Facebook S. C. A. L. A. Cialis foundation dot org what you're talking about though Margarita is courage and you have been inspired by heroes like some that you've named and you are now in turn inspiring young people and you're saying what I say a lot we have freedom we better use it because while we still have that we can use that if we don't use it we lose it and many people because of you know the cocked eyebrow the social ostracism ation they're they're afraid to do it so so you really are the engine and that fear as I mentioned John Paul the second I also another woman saying to admirers Saint Theresa Benedict of a cross eva Stein she was a philosophy professor in Germany a convert to Catholicism and then killed off wits for being Jewish she was reeling to go to the death for her beliefs but I tell students you're probably not going to die the kind of murder of Auschwitz but look at the heroes of the twentieth century who were willing to pay the price for speaking the truth as they see it and if you think your I really get you cation is going to prevent you from having to pay a price for speaking the truth you're wrong take it be courageous and if they get you fight back with everything you have and I think that but do that in a way that's loving do that in a way that is compassionate even to the people who are persecuting you right did Saint Teresa Benedicta across go to her death at Auschwitz wishing evil on her persecutors I don't think so and are you willing to do that to be courageous into love the people who disagree with you so we have living examples of people who stood up to totalitarianism find your inspiration in those people but your conscience it's going to sleep better at night if you were speaking the truth and if you give in to the pressure to keep your beliefs yourself or to withhold what your judgments are about what's right and wrong and true and good you're going to be eaten alive inside of yourself and that's no way to live you I would just gas listening to you that you would have to have already been labeled as a number of awful things by the people who disagree with you or have you been able to be under the radar enough that that somehow you can function I mean you're functioning but it it just seems to me that people would want to shut you down by calling you all kinds of names I have had I'd say a few times when people have said things that I thought were on just stir on fair I tend not to want to have my identity the center on responding to critiques of who I am or what I write I try to consistently present a message that's based on sound philosophical reasoning true human experience make rational arguments and I try not to pay too much attention to the two tractors now that's much easier now that I have a tenured position but I also try to lead from example I don't think you lead by responding to your critics all the time I lead by the example look at how I teach look at what I write if people want to call me names they can call me names I publish my articles are published my soul by what I say is is out there and I believe that the heart of human persons has been given by god with the capacity to see the truth and I believe that the truth will always come to the forefront and my critics will always be there and they might get more even critical than they have been in the past but I believe that the human heart is made to see can know the truth and as long as I'm putting goodness and truth out there the light is going to shine a light is going to win wow cut and print that is is such a beautiful such an eloquent way of stating some the most fundamental and important things we're dealing with now in the culture at the heart of everything you say inevitably is your Christian faith I want to talk more about that.

Margarita Mooney