35 Burst results for "Third Woman"

NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request

"A restaurant hostess in New York City was attacked for checking on a vaccine status a hostess at a popular New York City restaurant was assaulted by three women from Texas after she asked for proof that they had been vaccinated police say the three women punch the hostess at carmine's repeatedly and broker necklace Thursday afternoon the attack left the twenty four year old victim bruised and scratched but she declined medical attention as for the three women they were arrested on charges of misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief they are due in court in October I'm surely employer

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Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate

"The free beacon. Andrew Stiles. And It's about the effort. Actually this. I'm wrong about that. This is by Jack Byron. Democrats Tuck female draft into Defense Bill The Pentagon will start to draft women in order to receive funding after a House Democrats amended the defense bill. C. There's no public debate about these things. Nobody asked for your input their snuck in the bills. Jefferson called this legislative tyranny. Representative Kristi Hoolahan, Democrat Pennsylvania put forward a measure on Wednesday. To require all women over the age of 18 to register for selective service. We haven't had a national debate about this. Holahan said her policy would best drawing on the talents of our entire nation. Well, who cares what she said? Don't we get any input on what happens to our our daughters? Our wives are sisters. Granddaughters are nieces. Only one in three women, however, support adding women to the draft, according to an Ipsos poll. Republican. Republicans pillory the legislation. Representative Vicky Hartzler, Missouri Republican the House Armed Services Committee member Lampoon the prospect that millions of America's daughters could be put needlessly in line of fire. Female participation. Voluntary participation. Ballet step military has steadily increased since 2000 and four 17% in 2018. Of course, the number of commissioned officers as women increases But that's different than a draft. Hola, Hands. Measure passed. 35 to 24. Five Republicans. Across party lines to support

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Witness Says That R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Witness Says That R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

"Yesterday at Singer R. Kelly Sex Trafficking trial depending on what you think about our Achilles guilt or innocence, it's a comparison of his musical talent or the ultimate self own. A witness at his sex trafficking trials says Kelly once compared himself to rock star Jerry Lee Lewis, with Kelly, saying they were both misunderstood geniuses. Like young girls and because of their musical talent should be allowed to do whatever they want. Of course. Lewis married his 13 year old cousin decades ago. The witnesses the third woman to testifies a Jane Doe against Kelly all say they were sexually abused by the singer. Kelly denies it all. I'm

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R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

The Breakfast Club

02:05 min | 3 months ago

R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

"Well we've been following this. Are kelly child. That's taking place in brooklyn and let me tell you this one. It was a third woman who testify. She's now thirty nine years old but she said that she was abused sexually. Abused are kelly when she was seventeen. See also said our. Kelly told her and two other people. He should be allowed to have sex with a very young girls because he is a genius. He mentioned that he liked young girls. And that people make such a big deal out of it. Even look at jerry lewis. That's what she testified that he said. And that's jerry. Lewis is the one who married his thirteen year old cousin. He's a rock and roll singer. She said he's a genius and medina's we should be allowed to do whatever we want. Look at what we give the world. That was kelly's explanation To this groceries going by the name stephanie. While she's on the stand she told the court that she first encountered r kelly when she was sixteen at the rock and roll. Mcdonald's is chicago back in ninety eight. She was with her boyfriend best friend. Our best friend's boyfriend. An employee of r kelly gave her a slip of paper with his number on it. Even though she said she was sixteen he said r. Kelly wants you to call him. She said she had no intention of doing that. Throughout his number but the following summer she was working at a hotel and she heard he was making an appearance at a nike store around the corner. Her best friend was an aspiring singer. So she thought that she could introduce it to them and it would help her career. She said she ran into him as he was exiting the store they started talking and a week later. They had their first sexual encounter while she was seventeen. She said she went to a studio and they had sex after she waited a few hours to even speak to him. She said that she had low self esteem at the time of their meeting and she had already experienced sexual trauma from a family member and from a former boss. She said it was a hard time her life. She says he did keep seeing him and he was either very nice charming or he was very controlling and intimidating. She said the sex was humiliating. Control everything instructing her and how she should mon even and then he would. I don't even know if i could say this on the radio so i won't say that part. But she said she would leave feeling disgusted and less than and that he would make her assume a specific sex position. Then leave the room and make her hold it for hours and he would yell at her if she moved

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Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

"Another day of interesting testimony and R. Kelly sex trafficking trial in New York City depending on what you think about R. Kelly's guilt or innocence it's a comparison of his musical talent or the the ultimate self own a witness that is sex trafficking trial says Kelly once compared himself to rock star Jerry Lee Lewis with Kelly saying they will both miss understood geniuses who like young girls and because of their musical talent should be allowed to do what ever they want of course Lewis married his thirteen year old cousin decades ago the witness is the third woman to testify as a Jane doe against Kelly all say they were sexually abused by the singer Kelly denies it all I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Georgia Man Pleading Guilty to 4 of 8 Asian Spa Killings

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Georgia Man Pleading Guilty to 4 of 8 Asian Spa Killings

"The man accused of killing eight people at three Atlanta area massage businesses is pleading guilty it was an attack to terrorize the Atlanta community our cat and you know that lady passed out like love the door hello everybody hi Robert Aaron long was accused of killing eight people most of them women of Asian descent who worked at three Atlanta area massage businesses in a Cherokee county court long is pleading guilty to four murders the three women and one man at young's Asian massage near Woodstock that he allegedly gunned down on March sixteenth twenty twenty he's hoping for a sentence of life without parole but he still faces the death penalty if he's convicted for more shooting deaths in Atlanta he also faces a domestic terrorism with a hate crime enhancement charge he told investigators his motivation was sex addiction and that the workers represented a temptation that he wanted to eliminate but the attack on mostly Asian women prompted widespread outrage and calls against gender and anti Asian violence I'm Jennifer king

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A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

The Book Review

01:59 min | 4 months ago

A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.

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Bobbing in the Bay: Revisiting The Crimes of Oba Chandler

Twisted Travel and True Crime

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Bobbing in the Bay: Revisiting The Crimes of Oba Chandler

"In florida. There's an ocean reachable within sixty miles of any point of land in the state. And this is what draws so many people there sadly today's murderer oba chandler used his access to the water as a lure for unsuspecting women on sunday morning. June fourth nineteen forty nine. The bodies of three unidentified women were floating around in tampa bay. The first body was found when several people aboard a sailing boat that was crossing under the sunshine. Skyway saw something bobbing in the water. They immediately called the police who began working to remove the body as they were doing so a second body was found floating under appear in saint petersburg which was about two miles north of where the first body was found. Police will retrieving the second body. When the third was found floating only two hundred yards away. All three bodies were found floating face down. They had been bound and gagged and were nude from the waist down then they had been tied to concrete blocks which were pulled up to the surface as the bodies began to decompose after thorough autopsy. The coroner stated that the women had been sexually assaulted then thrown into the water alive. They hadn't been blindfolded so they had been able to see and hear and had struggled to untie themselves until their air ran out the fact that the women were raped told police they were looking for a sexual predator. Investigators immediately began combing through missing persons cases in an attempt to identify the three women but were unable to find anything days later a manager from a local hotel calls. The police say at three women checked into his hotel but didn't check out. They were joan rodgers and her two daughters michelle and christie and detective named cavill and his team entered the room where they found clothes toys and other personal items fingerprints. These items were found to match the bodies of the victims. They were a mother and her two daughters.

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"third woman" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"third woman" Discussed on AP News

"Testimony from three women. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News VIRUS Levels Dropping. I'm Jackie Quinn within a P news minute. The head of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control says America's reached another welcome low in the number of new virus cases are 70 averages about 27,700 cases per day. This represents yet another decrease of more than 19%. Dr Russo Belinsky is crediting more people getting vaccinated. Police in Orange, California are looking for the driver of a white sedan who fired into a vehicle, killing a six year old boy in a road rage incident. To Bureau of Prisons workers who were guarding financier sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The night he died in a New York jail, admit that they falsified records suggesting that they had checked on him. President Biden is awarded 94 year old retired Army Colonel Ralph Pocket the Medal of Honor for bravery in Korea, awarding an honor. It is long over due. I'm Jackie Quinn. I Mike Rossi, a reporting president. Biden plays down any rift among Democrats regarding Israel. At a joint news conference with South Korean President Moon Jae In late Friday, President Joe Biden affirmed his and of the Democratic Party's support for Israel. My party Still supports Israel. Let's get something straight here. Until the region says unequivocally. They acknowledged the right of Israel to exist. As an independent Jewish state. There will be no peace. Biden's remarks came roughly 24 hours after a ceasefire was announced, ending 11 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas. During the fighting. There were congressional Democrats who had split with his quiet diplomacy strategy like Rossia Washington. Think the you're having a sleepover.

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Actor Danny Masterson Must Stand Trial on 3 Rape Charges

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Actor Danny Masterson Must Stand Trial on 3 Rape Charges

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting actor Danny Masterson must stand trial on three rape charges actor Danny Masterson best known for his role on that seventies show must stand trial on three counts of rape Los Angeles county Superior Court judge Charlaine F. Olmedo determined Masterson must stand trial after three days of testimony from three women who say he attacked them in two thousand one and two thousand three all NATO said she found the women's testimony credible for the purposes of a preliminary hearing Masterson denies the rape charges defense attorney Thomas Nazario said Masterson had consensual sex with the women hi Mike Rossio

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Actor Danny Masterson's Ex Says She Had to Pull Hair to Stop Rape

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Actor Danny Masterson's Ex Says She Had to Pull Hair to Stop Rape

"A second woman has testified in a hearing to determine whether actor Danny Masterson should stand trial for rape another day another woman and again another accusation of rape against the star of that seventies show the second woman who had been in a long term relationship with Danny Masterson's testified that apparently the other thing about having sex with her as she slept this time the woman who was identified in court only as Christina B. said she'd had enough of that and so she said she did something that was designed to irk the actor yank Masterson by his hair he responded by hitting her Christina B. as the second of three accusers taking the stand during the preliminary hearing being held in Los Angeles the hearing will determine whether Masterson will stand trial for raping three women who have accused him of sexual assault unless grows Gabriel

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A Private School in Miami Bars Vaccinated Teachers From Contact With Students

Weird AF News

01:58 min | 7 months ago

A Private School in Miami Bars Vaccinated Teachers From Contact With Students

"A private school. In florida tells teachers that have been vaccinated cannot be around the students. A school in miami is coming under fire. After it reportedly sent out a letter telling vaccinated employees. They could not be around the students. Citing false claims linking the vaccine to changes in women's reproductive cycle stance. Let me say that again. False claims linking the vaccine to changes in women's reproductive cycles. This is the first i've heard of this. Lewis center is the co founder of the centre academy in miami. She's the idiot that sent out the letter to the entire staff reportedly telling the employees. They would not be allowed to be around the kids if they got the co vaccine pointing to reports that she claim that surfaced recently of non-vaccinated people being negatively impact by interacting with people who have been vaccinated. Here's a quote from the letter that sent her sent out even among our population. We have at least three women with menstrual cycles impacted. After having spent time with a vaccinated individual the misinformation comes medical experts have continued to debunk false claims. Alleging that corona virus vaccines could be transferred from those who have received the shot to others who have not which is just complete cockamamie. There's a lot of misinformation a lot of false claims out there. It's just very very unfortunate. When someone who's in charge of educating hundreds of students buys into this crap. It's just a shame that someone who's in charge of educating the youth is into conspiracies is a barrier to having a normal brain if you are attending the school i feel so bad for the kids in florida. There's just so many barriers to getting a normal brain by the time you're in adult in florida. We gotta do. We got save. These kids men. The article says here. The cdc is told people that cove in nineteen. Vaccines are safe and effective. While also recommending americans receive vaccine as soon as they are

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Disgraced Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein Appeals Sex Crimes Conviction in NY

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Disgraced Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein Appeals Sex Crimes Conviction in NY

"For former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein took steps today to appeal his conviction in New York on sexual assault charges. Comes as preparations were underway for a court hearing that could lead to his being extradited to Los Angeles. KCRW's Terry Glaser has more Weinstein serving a 23 year prison sentence after New York jury found him guilty of rape and sexual assault, and he's facing 11 more charges in Southern California. When it comes to the New York case, Weinsteins lawyers alleged the judge made several mistakes which led to an unfair trial. They say one of the jurors should have been dismissed because she was writing a novel about predatory older men that had similarities to the case. She was seated on the panel because the defense had run out of challenges to potential jurors. Weinsteins lawyers also claim the judge admitted evidence from three women about sexual violence that was not directly related to the case. And they say Weinstein was forced to give up his right to testify because the judge would have allowed prosecutors to question him about allegations beyond the specific charges

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How Three Women Re-Wrote the Story of War

On The Media

02:05 min | 9 months ago

How Three Women Re-Wrote the Story of War

"Before the vietnam war there was a law that banned women from reporting on the front lines of any war for the us. When president johnson refused to officially declare a state of war in vietnam in opening appeared no ban a handful of pioneering women bought one way tickets into the battlefield they had no editors no health insurance and little or no formal training reporter elizabeth becker former washington post war correspondent in cambodia and then npr's foreign editor and then national security correspondent for the new york. Times has just published. You don't belong here. How three women rewrote the story of war. Chronicling catherine lewa a french. Photojournalist franky fitzgerald an american long form journalist and author and kate webb in australian combat reporter elizabeth. Welcome to on the media will thank. You broke his great to be with you. I wanna start with where you started. You give your initial experience very short shrift. When asked why did you cross the ocean to cover a war. When you're so young you said the short answer was a nightmare. I was all too keen to leave behind. My masters adviser had rejected my thesis on the bangladesh war of independence after. I refused to sleep with him and he said one wasn't related to the other. Just tell me what happened. This was nineteen seventy two and there weren't that many women in graduate school and he made a move. And i said no. He pressed on and i said no he rejected. The thesis. said. I had to work harder on it. Then resisted any idea that one related to the other. That even made a pass at me. So you know you're young enough that you think that you have your whole life ahead of you and wary enough that i said i'm not leaving my life in this guy's

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With ship now freed, a probe into Suez Canal blockage begins

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

With ship now freed, a probe into Suez Canal blockage begins

"Experts all building the massive containership blocked Egypt's vital Suez Canal looking for offices as the narrow waterway opens up again the canal service provider said more than three hundred vessels carrying everything from crude oil to cattle while waiting for that turned a process that will take days Egyptian government officials in showrooms shippers others simply wait for more details about what cools the skyscraper sized ever given to become wedged across the canal on March twenty three women blame does get assigned you will likely need two years of litigation to recoup the costs of repairing the ship and reimbursing those whose sole that cargo shipments disrupted I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Watson accused of sexual assault in 3rd lawsuit

Houston's Morning News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Watson accused of sexual assault in 3rd lawsuit

"Got more legal issues for you. Shawn wants and now under NFL investigation. Three women filing suit claiming sexual assault. The latest one accuses Watson of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him last December. Lawyer Tony Busby says there may be more lawsuits with nine women hiring him Busby and making their claims of sexual assault.

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Deshaun Watson Faces More Sexual Assault Accusations

The Lead

02:43 min | 9 months ago

Deshaun Watson Faces More Sexual Assault Accusations

"Swear and i. can you just walk us through. How things unfolded this week with shawn watson and these lawsuits. Yeah it was a little bit. Unorthodox the attorney. Who's doing him. Tony busby who is kind of a local celebrity of sorts. He posted originally on instagram. That he was suing deshaun watson and suggested that other women could come forward. We didn't actually see them. Posted on the harris county clerk's website until the next morning at which point there were two of them to masseuses have now filed civil lawsuits against texans quarterback deshaun watson accusing him of inappropriate behavior during sessions. Do complaints of sunscreen. to three. third woman is expected to file a lawsuit. Against texans quarterback deshaun watson accusing the football star of sexual assaults. And what are the specific allegations in these lawsuits. It all deals with watson. Hiring massage therapist women off of instagram and meeting them at various places. The first alleged incident happened last march during a massage at the licensed therapist harris county home. The second lawsuit claims the football player fluid masseuse from atlanta then allegedly assaulted her at the. He's sonian hotel. Both lawsuits claim the football star committed civil assault by intentionally touching the women in an offensive way being naked on the massage table refusing. To where a towel. In some instances suggesting repeatedly that they massage his groin area and the third case that just posted more recently that massage. The accuser says led to watson forcing her to perform oral sex on him. The lawsuit states. That watson made clear repeatedly that he was a professional football player. Who could help or hurt her career and just to be clear. These are civil lawsuits to shawn. Watson has not been charged with any criminal activity at this point. Right it's all the facts. We have of this based off a civil complaint so not a police report. And the harris county sheriff's office said that they do not having investigation opening and houston police that they've not said one way or the other only because they have not charged him with a crime at this time. And how to shawn watson and the houston. Texans responded at this point does shawn before the lawsuits even posted. He posted a statement online saying that he hadn't seen the complaint but that busby had tried to come to a six figure settlement with him before he even filed watson posted a statement on twitter. Saying i have never treated any woman with anything. Other than the utmost respect he says before filing suit. The plaintiffs lawyer made a baseless six-figure settlement demand which i quickly rejected watson says he's focused on clearing his name since then. The complaints actually came out. We have not heard anything. Else from sean. And texans have basically you know. Release statements saying that they condemn this behavior and that they will take it seriously with anyone who's involved in the organization being accused of such behavior and that they're going to fully cooperate and being lockstep with the

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Sexual Harassment Claims Against New York Gov. Cuomo: What We Know So Far

Russell & Hunter

05:17 min | 9 months ago

Sexual Harassment Claims Against New York Gov. Cuomo: What We Know So Far

"I Way didn't even need to get to this point with Andrew Cuomo to realize that he needs to resign and he needs to go. This started way back in this one has nothing to do with sexual assault rustling 105 50 K of why I appreciate you. Being with us. This is an absolute I would say It's a shock, but it can't be because the guys is too greasy punk, and it's not really surprising learning the tactics that him and his staff used. To essentially eliminate any any threat of a claim. The first woman who came out and accused Cuomo of sexual harassment was back in December. It was done on Twitter. And the media didn't really jump on. They were like, Well, let's cover this who Let's cover this, which is also a departure from the meat to movement. And if you're looking for signs the Democrats never really cared as a party. About me too. This is more evidence of it. And there was reasons why, you know, going back years. They didn't care about it. Like everybody knew. Harvey Weinstein was a scumbag. Even I knew I didn't even work in Hollywood. But I knew the rumors about Harvey Weinstein. And the fact that the Democrats ignored it because he was a big fundraiser for them. There's pictures of Harvey Weinstein with every prominent Democrat, probably for the last 20 years. Finally, like, Oh, crap. These allegations are bad. There's this public relations campaign to try to make Harvey Weinstein not look as bad as he Woz. That's what Andrew Cuomo's office tried to do, but it's how they did it that Mike was alluding to this is reason enough. Cuomo should resign. So Lindsay Boylan was her name. In December. When the tweets came out with Cuomo's office did is they wrote a letter. And they attached Lindsay Boylan's personnel file to that letter, and they started handing it out to all the news and paper organizations. New York Times Washington Anyone they knew to try to downplay What she did and what she claimed. They said in the letter, which Mr Cuomo The New York Times is reporting helped write weaponizing a claim of sexual harassment for personal political gain or to achieve notoriety cannot be tolerant. Tolerated false claims demean the veracity of credible claims. So he tried to bully the woman by releasing private personnel files to the newspaper hoping the newspaper would go through, like all well, she had a couple of problems. Couple of write ups so we can't take this seriously. Luckily, the newspapers didn't run with it. The fact that this is how politics works is the part that makes you go. Cuomo's a scumbag. Well, he is a scumbag and the personal gain what they were doing, essentially, Woz. Telling the News outlets. That there might be something off. There might be something you'll get pinched with later on, so stay away from the story. I think they went away with it, Not because I mean they didn't run with it, Not because they know he's a scumbag. Everybody does. But the what they realized was oh, with this kind of stuff that we're seeing. You know what? I'm not going to touch that story. That's it is more. I just want to see why a Really do anything else because you know again, it's tough to prove these things, because if you only have one source, and you say it, do you run with it, And then, of course, the second woman came out and in said it after Lindsay wrote more of a detailed description that we talk to you about a few weeks ago, and the second one came out. Then the third woman came up to seven women now that have accused Cuomo of harassment. And there's a whole bunch of other women, a couple of a dozen other women who said they didn't necessary harass me, but he asked inappropriate questions. He touched me all the time, and I didn't really like it. I didn't know who to turn to It's so bad that the fact that there were reports on Cuomo while he was the governor. For these types of things. They went to his senior aides, and they said, Look, this guy's a pain in my butt. He's touching me. He's asking me about sex. It's disgusting. It was never stopped. I mean, what happens in the normal place of business like of I accuse Mike of sexual harassment. I go to HR and I say, Hey, Mike is sexually harassing me. I won't tell him I liked it. Get close. Yeah, I'm just saying, you know. And then there's a process that follows. After that. There's a follow up process. There's you know, investigations that happen if the claims air, credible and serious enough and then it's on your file, and then you get the warning. And, you know, we've known people that have had warnings in their past two from HR. Yes, it's taken very seriously by the by the corporate world. Joe Biden last night was asked if these these allegations are true. Should he resign? Yes. I think you probably end up being prosecuted too Well, okay. A strong stance from President Biden, if if if the investigation is that true, Cuomo responded to that. If you you committed a crime, you can be prosecuted. That's true. But what President Biden said Wasps. We should do an investigation over. I'm looking it up here. Hold on. One thing. I think we figured out. Let me look through my law Stack here, Hank. Thank you. Oh. Sexual assault is a crime. Okay? Yes. Sexual assault still is a crime. So, yes, he could be prosecuted for this. And he should be prosecuted for that. There'd be nothing better for me to

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I Thought True Love Was About Fighting For Your Man

Love Issues

04:07 min | 9 months ago

I Thought True Love Was About Fighting For Your Man

"Yep eat emmy tell you a story. I never told you going waiting three months of being in a relationship with you. Your mother called me on the side and said to me yongbo pitas my son and i love him very much. But if i were your mother. I wouldn't allow you to date my son. I smell sheepishly. Thank she was joking with me. She continued pizza's. Not a woman. Like you should follow your young to fall and look i'm bishops. Would you follow someone like pete. Just we didn't this week. The foot woman has entered this house with. He doesn't respect women because he has many of them after talkin for about fifteen minutes. She's that at me waiting to hear me say something. All i said was thank you but i do like to make him. Stop your mother. Only smart as sid. Don't be a stupid child. Just walk away. I thought your mom didn't like me that much noah's why she was trying to push me away. You should until those three women to walk away. I was she telling me it's only meant one thing. I was the one among the full. She didn't like so from that day on. I decided to fight until i win. I was a child. Nineteen going on swing t. I didn't know so much about love. So i thought fighting to win was the only way to prove my love for you from that day on. I became very obsessive with you. If three other women wayne your life already meant only one thing. You're so good that most women would like to have you for themselves. If you could remember very well. I never wanted to be a part from you. I was always in your space trying to push all the women away. Didn't wake no matter how hard i tried. You slipped away to be with other women so one day while you were sleeping. I picked your phone and through autumn messages. I found nothing smart guy. You covered your tracks before. I could find out next thing i did was to form an alliance with your genius. I bought had gifts and give him money and accidents money to hold coming in goes out one weekly saw. She called to tell you the lead in your room. I checked the time and it was ten fifteen pm. You had messaged me and said good night. Even me kisses and said she dreams. So how could you be with someone else. Got out of bed on mine. Jean-charles impact a taxi. please. I didn't know what i was coming to do but i came nonetheless shoots watch your sister said though was ago. I don't know what came over me. But immediately i entered you. It was the goal i felt. I should talk. I pounds on. Hey head and started pulling all the while shouting boyfriends. I might have my own strength and underestimates dot optical. Somehow she pulled off my grip and held my neck. I was when i realized i was in trouble. I tell you come to my aid and fight on my health. I thought you would hold the go and try to pull hallway. So i can get a chance to hit her where it hurts you. Pick your shirts and quietly walked away from the room. Thanks to your mom and attendance. Who came to my rescue. I wouldn't be alive to write you desolate. By the time they were able to separate us. I've had swollen up politics and bloodshot eyes. I was bleeding from my nostrils. But you we're nowhere to be found.

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"third woman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on WJR 760

"The third woman in Wayne County. You're you're assuming you're slow. Go right now on 75 north, bound between liver, No avenue and the ambassador Bridge. W. Gerald Huether. First from the weather Channel. More snow showers are expected for late night tonight with a low of 28 this evening. Right now it's 28 degrees. I'm Michael Steps. WJR news next Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirky says it's time to reopen the state for business with covert cases and deaths going down and no surge from the Thanksgiving holiday. Sharkey says it's time now for the governor to start telling businesses to get back to business. Current shutdown expires this Sunday. Secretaries take Jocelyn Benson says she will not appear in the House and Senate committee that is looking into a possible irregularity in the 2020 election. Senators, Shirky says If she continues to decline the invitation, they will have no choice but to issue her a subpoena. A new report from the Michigan Restaurant on Lodging Association plane to paints a bleak picture for bars eateries in hotels. The report stated that one third of the restaurants will go out of business for good if they don't receive some kind of government aid and 60% of hotels, motels and resorts. Could go bankrupt. Suspected Chinese operative reportedly targeted Democrat politicians in the United States for years before fleeing the country, including California Congressman Eric Swalwell. Senator Tom Cotton reacts to House Republicans request for swell swell well to be removed from the House Intelligence Committee. I think their concerns are very compelling looking, you know, Eric Swalwell has access to the nation's most sensitive secrets. And somehow he laid a Chinese spy insinuate herself into his life..

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"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"Both set up. Beautifully. I think I yeah, just I guess the more that people talk about it as they both said. I also a really appreciate like when I hear celebrities come out and say that they've had miscarriages or IVF. I think that that's like contributing to the awareness and like making it more mainstream and yeah, I think that now like like I said earlier there because thoughts are getting pregnant later. There are there the chances are that there will be more miscarriages because just Nature and Science and I think that be correct. It is it's hopeful that women will and men will have a family because there are other resources out there which is off which is really good and they keep improving like my sister did IVF. I don't know ten years ago 11 years ago and she didn't have her embryos tested. That wasn't even a thing then Thursday. So it's like now we we have testing available. So I think things are constantly improving and that's a hopeful message to send as well. I think I really want to thank the three of you for coming on today and you know, we want to shatter the Smith a little bit home is pregnant and you know carries a child to term the day they decide to get pregnant and we want to allow people to be able to make this part of a normal conversation. Sugar, it's not a taboo subject and that we realize that it's a loss, but it's not a less that we can't recover from and it's not a loss that we can't go on and have our families with the ladies. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you, if any videos any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to me and Lori meds. Net.

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"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"And I have some anxious has. That's how I was too. I was the same way. I had good days. And then I had like, you know just days that you think this is going to go wrong. I mean cuz you know it is it's a miracle having a child it really is and I feel like going through miscarriage and then a whole fertility Journey. It's like you are like talking about the whole Innocence Lost like you're so aware of everything. I can go wrong that. Yeah. It's like ignorance is bliss. I guess I use that term all the time. Yeah it regarding this just because you know, you can get back all the knowledge that you gain from all this is great to to know everything but then you know so much about this subject that you wish you didn't have to know all that information about miscarriages and infertility and so on. Yeah, you're really all experts at this point for me when it happened. It was like, okay, you know like off you go go home and call us when not to be perfect. But like when you start bleeding and I just remember being in like the worst pain ever and terrified at the amount of blood and then dead I had to go to the emergency room because my blood type was different than or I have a I have a iPhone negative. So I had to have a rhogam shot and I sat in the emergency room for like eight hours cuz they were so busy and I don't know I guess just the physical part of it. I remember just being in all this pain and like I don't know. Yeah, that's true and off and no one talks about sorry. But yeah, I was going to say that is a good point cuz I but it's funny cuz the remembrance of a miscarriage that's that's like the same thing that I remember secondarily, you know, yeah, but still I do remember that when the doctor sent me home and said, okay and they they had given me given me like a suppository or something to initiate a miscarriage at that point and I was just waiting for it to happen and not knowing what to expect in my living room had all my painkillers. I had like a heating pad and I was like they had said I was going to pass. Size of an orange or bigger and I was mortified at what was going to come out of me and that it was what was going to look like and and then it was it was it was the anticipation of the actual event that we really got me and then also the pain. Yeah that that you actually go through and then you feel like you're you're going through this and I felt like I was like giving myself an abortion or something like it's like dramatic physical disgusting thing that was happening that was you know in the days off of work. Yeah. So anyway, I mean that would have I relate to that concept. Much different than just passing a simple miscarriage and not knowing that you are going. Yeah, it's very scary. Yeah. Yeah dead and yet we still go on and have the family like you said. Yeah. I think this conversation is a gift to give to people you know, it's like I guess, you know, it's like with something that you don't think about on a regular basis and then when I reflect back on it, you know the feeling but you went through at the time kind of comes back a little bit of home really was and you kind of just push it down push these these things down and into you know to kind of move on just sort of like I Don't Know Jack doesn't go away just.

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"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"The more anxiety is tied to the pregnancy and takes so much effort to get there. Typically it does right emotionally and financially and yeah, and there's so much at stake in our relationships with our partners and everybody else come into our world and our primary focus of becomes almost tunnel vision at a certain point. Yeah. Yes and in the beginning or so innocent to the whole idea of birth Present, you know you assume that you're even myself being over 35 at the time. I just for some reason I assumed it was going to go easy easily. And I I think it's just that inherent Optical optimism that maybe people have and especially with something as natural as getting pregnant and you spend most of your teenage years not trying not to get pregnant and all of a sudden it would be comes off the hardest thing in the world three that they had Ray but I would like to repeat what you just said because I think it's so important right off. You just think you just supposed to get pregnant and it's all supposed to find but that's almost like if we look at the statistics, it's a little bit of a fairy tale in many ways isn't it up to 70% That doesn't mean 70% you think that this doesn't happen and were raised to believe we should use contraceptives and be careful. And that's pregnant until we get pregnant and then we want to get pregnant. There's a little bit of a challenge at times and then we start blaming ourselves. That's what I heard. You say. I don't know if that's yeah, that's definitely and then as a challenge increases because after that first miscarriage, you know, if if in my case it didn't go on to be a healthy pregnancy the next time I got pregnant or the next it just was one roadblock after one challenge after another totaling a you know, I think of my entire Journey was four years, you know not to sound scary but it was four years many person a treatments and tons of heartbreaking losses and you know, including these two miscarriages so it was and each each step of the way as you said Laurie, it cracks more anxiety. So that that one time innocence that I had over just going to go out for drinks and hopefully I'll get pregnant, you know, and it turns into this this song. Is Monumental Mountain that I'm trying to climb but it's impossible to reach, you know, and then finally when you get to where you think you're safe, are you really, you know, just becomes this this you can't touch you can't catch a breath or you can't you know, you're holding your breath the whole time until you have that healthy child in your arms, you know, and and even that still has to be that whole time. It's just something that could be done that you can have Snippets or times to enjoy the pregnancy. For me, I think it's like trying to take a day by day. So I have some good news.

Ray Laurie
"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"It should really not natural I guess. I feel like when it is, I mean it is, you know, even all all fertility drugs are natural hormones. You're just taking lots more of them. Right? And it's I guess it just I feel natural to me because you're having help from a doctor as opposed to just you know, oops I got pregnant or wow. It's a miracle we tried once and I got pregnant. I mean, I, you know from both sides of the spectrum. I have what felt like at the time all my friends got pregnant the first try and then I also have friends and friends of friends who have had several miscarriages and I'm so empathetic to that. You know, it's my heart goes out to everyone and it's just no matter when several it's just not an easy thing and I guess I I am I sort of lost my train of thought what's that a lot? It's a lot. It's a lot. It's but that's okay. No, I think well, what I was going to say was just going back to feeling so excited and then it was actually during the Christmas holidays and thigh. So my birthday is beginning of December. So I found out on my birthday that I was pregnant and then you know, the holidays came around and I I got to share the news with everyone a little bit very mature, but I shared it with our close family and my husband and my family and then I went for my first appointment right after the holidays after the New Year's and there was no heartbeat. And I remember fainting in the doctor's office cuz I was just so devastated. It's going to be the emotional but they did like the salt sticks and I came to and I swear every time I see those salt sticks. I'm like, oh my God, this is a thing and I don't know if it is like I I just still and and then you know after that I I, you know still in the journey I continued on with a few more rounds of Clomid IUI IVF home, but I now have a healthy daughter. So sorry, it's a precious. I know it's such a process and journey home and it's it's silver roller coaster. It's a roller coaster and just I guess my my closet right now. So yeah. Yeah. So am I I think that's why I'm so emotional. Yeah. I just starting a another round of IVF after a failed one recently. And I mean Lori I was thankful, you know to have this platform to talk about it cuz all selfishly it's therapeutic and of course, I would love for people to hear any story cuz I know that I'm not someone that was really fond of the idea of being in a support group, but I'm like the queen of Googling it comes to trying to get pregnant. So know what I think of Googling I know I know I don't recommend it. But yeah, nice good working with a physician who's trying to get pregnant right now and like she started Googling and I had had give her my lecture Thursday morning about Googling. You know, what is it about Googling that movies where I go there you were shaking your head a lot. What were you think.

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"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"Stand-up an advocate for people and say it's okay normal. We're going through this together often know we're alone if anything to go to do with going on to have a healthy pregnancy if you miscarried do you think that's a thought that it goes through everybody's head. Well, I mean, I think that most people from what I've read and my experience with people in my lives have you know, who I know have missed her and myself included have gone on to have pregnancies healthy pregnancies month, so I don't think it actually means That you can't at all but I think that when you do have a miscarriage that's your biggest fear is that it's some kind of marker for future success and especially when they're repeated miscarriages and with my experience this was going back five or so years ago. I I've had a total of two miscarriages in my whole journey and the first one happened just two months after actively trying to get pregnant. So I I got pregnant easily and I and I was off the age of thirty-five at the at the time. So I was I was relieved I got pregnant so quickly and I had my six week or whatever appointment you go to your first OB appointment and they heard a Heartbeat song. Maybe I was a bleak. But anyway, they heard a heartbeat. It was moving along. I was very optimistic, you know, and it ended up being a miscarriage just a few weeks later at ten weeks off. And it was just it was not confirmed by a DNC where they tested tissue but but it was believed to be chromosomal, you know, which is typically a lot of odd reasons that people Miss terious. Like you said Laurie that it's not a viable pregnancy. There's some abnormality and your body decides that and and the pregnancy is no longer viable. So my point is is that although it was really difficult at first miscarriage it it gave me some because I had known so many people that did have a mistake in my life. My mother included in my a lot of my close friends did I sort of thought it was just something that might happen to a lot of people and that I would go on and be successful like no problem because I got pregnant so quickly and then when I had my second miscarriage then I started thinking otherwise, I became a big sort of red flag in my mind that there was something not right with my body or if there was some issue with my eggs and wage. it became this all of a sudden this flip of being so anxious about everything and that was the beginning of you know, what ended up being a long journey of infertility but ended, you know ended in in a positive manner, but so for me like what you know, what a misogynist to me has changed a lot from beginning from from before it happened until until having one and even till now it it has went from being something that was disappointing and And hard but also hopeful that I was able to get pregnant and something kind of maybe that people went through and then it just marked the beginning of a difficult struggle and it made me really empathize with everyone else. They've gone through many more than I have gone through. You know, there's I have a friend that went had seven or eight just constantly pregnancy miscarriage pregnancy miscarriage, so it becomes such a let-down and we find I find very often people I work with that when they do give pregnant after a miscarriage. It's.

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"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"Well, there's the pressures of society. There's like your family saying money. You're going to have a baby. You know, it's just that type of pressure the pressure you put on yourself because you're like what's wrong with your body? Why aren't you getting pregnant or when you do get frighten you get soaked and then you get anxious and And then unfortunately, the the fear becomes reality of the miscarriage and yeah so long so we see Worf and then we also see that when people are pregnant when they've had one or two miscarriages prior. It makes sub pregnancy. So challenging for them. Because it's hard to take a deep breath and relax. Can you relate to that at all? Yeah. Yeah. I mean I can definitely relate to all of this. I think that totally applies to change my self and my experience I think for me personally, it was more the pressure that I put on myself waiting to start a family office especially and then in hindsight it was like, why did I wait but you know now that I'm this has been a few years ago, I I look back and I think well, you know, the the age-old saying everything happens for a reason it's all about timing. I mean, I guess I'm the type of person that always wants an answer and when it comes to miscarriage there really isn't an answer, right? There's no way their statistics and they are just staggering since you just repeated them. It's like my God, I can't believe they are that high and you know, just That that is the reason but specifically related to yourself unless you do the testing and all that. It's like there really is no answer right? It's just it's a part of Nature and Science and image of, zonal issue. Right? It's not viable. Like I recently heard in a in a conversation. I had a doctor Shawsheen fact that when they first came out pregnancy tests, they don't want to put them on the shelves because they were so afraid that women would miscarry and city that they were pregnant one day and not the next if they would become afraid to become pregnant. Hopefully currently people miscarry very often. We don't know that we lose carry. We just think are. So a little bit late. That's the frequency of it, but we don't talk about it. And what else that is very true. We need to talk about it. We need to take the Mystique out of it. And certainly it is not your fault. It is not anybody's fault if they miss Karen and lots of times especially in the first trimester. It's Nature's way of saying this is not really going off work. So the pressure that you put on yourself and the self blame, you know, how do you get rid of that? I think maybe by what else said which is talking about it more and making a more common, you know, just like anything the more commonplace it becomes the less each individual tapes on on themselves. And so I think it's important and I thought about the reason that people aren't talking about is like you said is because it happened so early on before people even disclosed that they're even pregnant. So then they don't go ahead and backtrack and say, you know, I was dead. But now I've miscarried so they just move on and and it becomes harder and harder each pregnancy because you fear the worst. That's why all of you came on to talk about it today is because you want to try a normal life best in some way to it may be the.

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"third woman" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"An excerpt from three women and the Lord from Andrea von Spire Mary Magdalene Faith from the section entitled Conversion and discipleship. This discerning hearts recording read by Chris McGregor. Three women and the Lord by Audrain von Spire. Published by press, and whose permission was given for this recording. No account is given of how Magdalene was tormented by the demons, nor of how she found her way to the Lord. No mention is made of whether she came to the Lord through the mediation of others, or whether he simply addressed her directly, because from all eternity he had determined to do so, nor are. We told how grateful she was as a result, and how liberated she felt. There is no account of how the miracle happened, nor whether the demons concerned were those that according to the Lord's word can only be driven out by prayer and fasting. There is nothing about all this. Scripture only speaks of service as a result of liberation and Magdalene remains in the service. Although her being with the Lord was bound to me that she was never to forget the past. She was and is marked by her erstwhile demonic possession. But that is of no concern to her. For her. There is only one constant factor. She follows the Lord because he has set her free. Her. Life is so perfectly instrumental that we are simply presented with her current existence. Now, with its background nor its development. The others who are referred to together with Mary have an easier time in a way. Although two of them are named. Their past is not exposed. All we know of the rest is that they were among those who served the Lord out of their means. Their names are not revealed. Magdalene is the only one to be exposed. It was not her wish. She was singled out by grace. The stain of her past, and the grace of her liberation are in a radically associated with her name. The distance between them gives us a standard a hallmark for in scripture. Nothing has mentioned in vain..

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"third woman" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"third woman" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"The grouse woodcock season. What well Verger really patchy They weren't some places where they normally would be there. Than I had really good numbers elsewhere in recruitment ratios are really good. Felt pretty confident in the hatch over in areas north of grand rapids and I have a pretty flexible schedule outside in classes and meeting obligations in one of the things that I do. Enjoy getting a chance to take people out that haven't been before new to grouse woodcock and managed to get out with the archery committee for meeting. A few students This year but the most part you know it's just a regular grouse and woodcock after work before work We can stay at the cabin and I made a couple of road trips when I was scouting for the hospice cross project and got into some new areas that I really enjoyed. But you know I I The big game still gets in the way my dogs they they get to hunt when I'm gone but certainly don't have cool a career as Bailey when it comes to covering those road miles s pretty envious this year you guys. That's pretty epic trips. Heather yourself how was your season? Really awesome season and full of a lot of A few learning curves. I think too. So the past few years in Michigan. Our season has started off with eighty. Ninety degree. Days are are girls. Season Opens LEXI's opens a few weeks after this but groceries it opens September fifteenth in. It's been eighty ninety degrees so we're actually still pursuing birds. Its first thing in the morning or later on in the afternoon and Ravi trying to target Specific cover and certain resources that bradsby looking for and utilizing at that point in time. But it's just hard on the dog herd awesome. It's it's downright crappy so I have self invited myself to join Bailey and AJ on Churchill Hunt Potentially in Montana. They're here but still in Michigan. Rafer for a rough girls opener Michigan but anyway this year was really interesting so we had an abundance of resources. We had an explosive amount of soft mass. And you name it species that we haven't really seen above crop of were very prolific throughout the state which made it really interesting We couldn't necessarily in any certain region of the State. Upper Peninsula included really say that birds were concentrated on one source which definitely of course poses challenges to some of the areas that a lot of our michiganders and folks that come out of state sound bound hunting birds in pursuing birds. Here so people were either in them. I think this year or they weren't we still of course have a really robust population in Michigan But for my first season and the appeal is here for the entire season I was blown away at at the bird numbers that we were We are encountering and we've got two young dogs that were working with this year. And in one that's really just dialed in an endowed southland and really turned it on this year that we were really impressed by two so we had Bird Exposure Amir. Really happy about that. We had Also some interesting spurts of flights between Woodcock there weren't any really major flight so I head out first week of October With the rough grass society to go over and guide as Huntsman in To put on All staff do for society on the national aggressive In grand rapids Minnesota. So I had a chance to hunt with Meadow Bailey. A few weeks prior to that in Minnesota came back haunted for a weekend cruise back over to To Minnesota to spend a week there and still had a chance to at least get out and Kinda Scott my hunt terrier and get an idea and birds and I was happy with with birds that I got into there as well to the weather really turned and made some conditions pretty four and I think push a lot of woodcock out at that point in time so by the time I got back. I think a lot of those northern birds had already started to kind of move through on at least the upper peninsula and I didn't really hear of any major other Flight Events For people really getting in hot and heavy into woodcock in the northern lower and central Michigan until the season was almost closed too so that was kind of interesting. I think we're cockfights. Were a little bit different this year than what we've seen in previous years and again. I mean I've heard varying reports in Michigan I. We came into a lot of birds and I was really happy. A gun just locally our gross camps a half hour away we can hunt rate right out of the back door if if we wanted to get into birds. Two birds were were very prolific in the up But some areas that I've hunted in the northern lower. Just weren't really really turning it on out as here too. So it's interesting inaugural of heard varying things And it's just something to kind of keep in mind as you move forward. I didn't really have a chance to haunt too much late season. We got out a little bit. We had huge snow events by Thanksgiving. We were under over a foot of snow so definitely limited getting out especially with the with some degree that you know some dogs. That don't have as tight of a coat. Maybe can't handle some of the some of the deeper snow as well But we did have a chance to at least get out right before season closed. Actually my better half era in our friend Jesse went out and I was supposed to join them in. I should have actually went out and hunted on snowshoes and got into a couple of birds got a few birds that lasts day that they had to the rest of the season. That was awesome just to see them. Put the effort in and go. Hubbard's on snowshoes to and and be successful lead local local coverage of that so yeah we had a great season. I can't complain awesome. Yeah we definitely did get covered up in snow. That's that's what I probably had mentioned this before but that brought my season to an abrupt halt and it was partially in that. I I assume that you know after the deer seasons die down here I usually get back out and hunt and sometimes you can have some really awesome hunting. If the snow holds off you can have some of your best girl sunny in kind of that late. November December timeframe but this year there was a lot of snow and just was quite content with the season up until that point. I just never got back out and got busy with family and holidays and everything. But it's it's interesting everybody has that's why I ask. Obviously everybody has these unique experiences in. You'll have your own hunts in your own places and With the woodcock flights. I felt like for me. This year was a kind of like what you talked about. Heather it was. I felt like I always always finding woodcock when I'm hunting but I didn't see heavy heavy flights this year but then talk to the next person and they felt that was like the craziest woodcock year. Ever you know it's hard to hard to read through that stuff not that you really need to understand it. We all. We all went out and hunted on our own but felt that was. That was kind of interesting So the three of you ladies. Are you all kind of hinted at it? But you all met up in MINNESOTA FOR WITH OUR BUDDY PROJECT. Upland friend will sensing cameramen filmography extraordinaire. He shot a film about three of you going spruce grouse hunting in Minnesota. So I would like to talk a little bit about spruce grouse. We've never really taken a deep dive on them Bailey. I had forgot that you went out in haunted. The Franklin's grouse out West is they're they're sub-species is at. I'm the wildlife biologists here but is that kind of like a geographical thing. There are a lot of differences between the two species. As you've obviously seen both up close and personal I might deflect knows but Yeah I think what we have in Minnesota. It's called the candidate subspecies and there. There are some differences Looks Wise I would say the ones that we saw in Montana. Were maybe a little bit bigger body size but otherwise I mean they are the same species species so that that tells you that the differences are Sorta Slim. But they do exist anything to add. Well there. It's kind of the difference chain like a greater seagrass gunnison sage grouse out that the tail terminal band is very narrow to nonexistent. On the Franklin's whereas the candidate Got that nice chestnut or oranges colored terminal But it's pretty minor like Bailey said outside of coloration and some behavioral differences. Okay all right so public grouse. In northern Minnesota Spruce grouse hunting. The goal was to go out and fine spruce grouse. I have over the years. I've hunted the country. I know you generally were you. Were hunting. We don't even really need to get into that here. It was northern Minnesota. But I've I've been up there. I've hunted I've seen spruce grouse. I begged a few but I never really pursued them in. Nikki was probably chose to do this. I gross film and we could have gone tales. I was totally happy. Sharp tail sharp till segment. So how hard is spruce grouse-hunting Bailey? Well I guess it depends on the pursuit that you're interested in. The train is unforgiving and like the covers unforgiving. The train is it's not so bad but Yeah logs of Evergreen heavy covered right. Yep so they The saying is if you know you can walk through it and not lose your hat or get poked in the eye. It's not thick enough for spruce grouse. So I really just feel bad for will very camera gear through all that for two days. I think he I think he may be made some comments to that. The yeah that was a that was a tough one for will enjoy it. That much told you take it easy on him or was it straight to the heart. Not Really I don't think he got ladder. Yeah like you said I mean there's generally are this we are. This is pretty flat. I mean you get up there. You can definitely get into some terrain herself. But nothing that will hasn't seen wills definitely seen terrain but there's nothing like A suffocating blanket of conifer in cover to really beat down the spirit day after day. How many days did you hunt two days and I only made one of those days and the Balian Heather. Second day rebel to hunt together. And that's what you guys see. I think I didn't have been able to see the film yet. That's that's A. I forgot about that. You didn't make it down to Minneapolis and we were planning on showing it in Duluth coming up here in. May but obviously that's been been cancelled for the time being Hopefully we can do that again. But actually I should say more importantly we've been talking about making that film digitally available especially in light of Everybody being stuck at home right now. So that's a that could be a possibility. Well Yeah Yeah exactly. Let's let's Kinda cover some of the basics and you guys can all speak to this if you if you want heather the consider yourself a spruce grouse expert you know. I don't I definitely don't I? I had the opportunity. Aj reached out to me and said. Hey you know I I really want women to be a part of this and one incorporate your thoughts and I want you to kind of tackle the spruce cross portion of the house like I need to lean on by my wing man for sure on this and I I absolutely trust. You can't pursue them in Michigan so I immediately knew that it was if I was going to be a part of it we were GonNa have to definitely film and pursue birds in a different state and Balian meadow are the people of course that I thought of are the most respect for them and now they they definitely are hitting the ground running and it comes to pursuing these birds in their home state and they know the terrain.

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"third woman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on KOMO

"In northwest Mexico some children were found alive and others suffered wounds ABC senior national correspondent Tom Yanis has been covering the story he traveled to Sonora St to northern Mexico along the border yes more on the story Mexican military and police forces according the Mormon compound for members of an American family took off from just before they were gunned down by a drug cartel so much more awful when we and if any of this because the match and kindred Miller the bride to be it was her wedding in just days the family was gathering to celebrate now the family convinced there nine relatives including six children we're going down to spark a new battle in an on going war between drug gangs so you're saying your family was used as pawns yes the two hour cartel use our three woman and all the children as a provocation to start a war between them and the Sonora the Americans were Mormon fundamentalists have been in the snorkel infested section of northwest Mexico decades before the cartels to go over we were invited into the family's compound in which you noticed immediately or all the children a lot of Americans are gonna say why did you guys stay living here with all this drug violence surrounding you well there's a lot of goodness around is to I mean they're the people around is is beautiful people the only Barone a relative was tasked with finding the families after they realized something had gone wrong he discovered one of the mothers Christina laying first S. U. V. he says she was sprawled out on the road dead with gunshot wounds or heart audio messages come from a text right on what sap provided by a family member ABC news relative sharing information all the attack just came to my mind suburban is full blown out news that so much including this baby named faith video shot just after she was found in a car seat with a bullet hole baby is alive messages detail of the family learned some kids were wounded and stranded after being shot there's five kids sitting on the side of the road we have a the oldest boy Donna's with us right here he's gonna go shows where there are that boy thirteen year old Devon Lankford he and his nine year old sister mackenzie set out to find help we have Devin he ran all the way home and he says the the rest of the kids that are still alive up under a tree and he came running home for help but he says that they're just there by themselves hundreds lined up to mourn the devastating loss seven once again lending a hand helping his relatives one last time and survivor Kylie shot in the walking the crutches as the family gathered to say their final goodbyes at the funeral service one of the sons of Donna Lankford eulogized her same when he first heard the news he prayed to god that an angel could save his mother and two little brothers that didn't happen but his father reminded him seven other miracles happen alluding to his brothers and sisters who survived this brutal attack let's bring in time to talk about it now from northern Mexico why were these families living there and this really dangerous part of Mexico right across the border actually there before the drug cartel got there they are part of the fun of it track that left the United States they say after colleges persecution but with your take a little cheaper it had to do with issues of of polygamy and other factors that that they felt they were being persecuted for so they moved to Mexico are their ancestors do you I mean you go turn of the century and we lived there forever never repeat the scabbard he's communities NASA grant G. farms homes we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of families and then the drug cartels thanks for going altered the drug trafficking became one more prevalent the point now where the in these areas of northwest Mexico the drug cartels are complete the state and the family to tell us that they are the law they believe what happened here was a rival cartel is at war with this global cartel tactical topless cartel and they think each family member quickly able to start sort of a new battle in this ongoing drug war how much of a reality is this for the people who are Mexican actually living in this area is this something that is that and that has happened before that they have seen before maybe not with a family but with with people in general a lot of the families online but people with this we can argue statistics the cartels from what they told the court held well the checkpoints there are long highway along with now this popular northwest Mexico and the check point a lot of times over but it could cut tells you the book with the cartels day you'd be out at a hundred by with a crime violence but the wicked witch which is the cartels are in charge so instead of a police force being charged the cartels are in charge and that's a way of life for both the back again and did make an American public there and finally do you think that the the that the police there given the history of this and the violence of these cartels will actually find someone and arrest them for these murders or will it just be another unsolved murder listen we got from the families that they they they're not competent but the president Mexico as obviously spoken about this and that there were a lot of village police officials when we were there president trump let's put a lot of pressure on Mexico to find the killers but what we give once the car years we're talking about a drug cartel they had several hours to get away they have high powered weapons they they think they're all over this region we don't know what happened we ever brought to justice okay ABC's Tom Jana some doing great work there in in in northwest Mexico thank you so much coming up in a home for the high schools inspiring rebirth on the football field on perspective after this is the time to read hi welcome to this ad for new subway slaughter starting at one eighty nine each how do you want to cheer squad give me a one eighty what anything in your fixed income stand the test of time markets change but the role.

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"third woman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on WTVN

"Kids three women all American citizens shed new light on the drug cartels in Mexico show that they control Mexican police military even politicians and can openly operate as they please without repercussion so you know what's the business model of the cartels are using well it's a hundred fifty billion dollars a year so it's pretty sophisticated one talk about production transport and distribution in our country and how they use primarily legal ports of entry to smuggle in the drugs they get a lot of cooperation south of the border here we spent billions ians assisting Mexico inviting are telling cartels a but it doesn't seem like there's much success at all so will that change as seems like on Capitol Hill they are talking about making that a little better moving forward to Saudi government recruited the Saudi government rather recruited to Twitter employees to get personal account information on the critics prosecutor said Wednesday complaint unsealed in U. S. District Court in San Francisco it detailed a coordinated effort by the Saudi government employees at the social media giant to look up the private data of thousands of Twitter accounts the accounts including those of popular journalists some even with more than a million followers also other prominent government critics it's also leads of the employees whose jobs did not require access to Twitter users private information were rewarded with a designer watch tens of thousands of dollars funneled into secret bank accounts they were charged as acting as agents of Saudi Arabia without registering with the US government so social media continues to be the hot bed of influence on the U. S. and specifically US voters and I mean I know Google's make an announcement later today how they're going to handle it moving forward but it's just one of those things it's so big how could you possibly get on top of it stay on top of it don't think it's possible but there are people that continue to work ferreted out and well there's the latest not sure what your work environment is like but there is a workplace survey for calendar year twenty nineteen is conducted by the society for human resource management and it finds it almost two thirds of working Americans have worked in a toxic workplace twenty six percent say they have worked in more than one this year study discovers that is a major source of friction and among the top ones political discord so yeah it's not just on your Twitter feed is not just over the dinner.

"third woman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Three women's hot teen ballot the chant send her back send her back that happened in North Carolina president trump's rally and my question to you is this racist is this race is was this based on racism or was this based on people just being upset now as I debated sharpen Shapiro really brain Shapiro of the Vegas take this last week in Las Vegas we had this discussion regarding is rooted in racism he thinks it is a lot of people think it is mainstream media the lefties out there they all think that president trump is on the cusp of starting a race war in fact even the Democrats have now come out like Booker saying trump is worse than a racist he's similar to George Wallace representative coming saying that my constituents tell me they're scared of trump yeah sure they are sure they are what you're saying that the president's languages used by white supremacists really what was al Sharpton's language like all you can't be using people from the past you Sanchez you can't do that why not it establishes hypocrisy it is establishes that this isn't the first time we've heard these things but my question is is this rant this chance in North Carolina based on racism see what I believe is I believe that there is still racist in this country how we're they're not gonna be of course there is racism and racist tendencies come from all different colors of the grey box there were whites that are racist there are blacks that are racist or Hispanic the races Asians that are racist or Muslims adoration there are just racist people in this country you're never going to change that because the heart issue but if you can try to get me to believe that all those people that were chanting send her back or a racist then I'm gonna tell people that believe that the put the crack pipe down seriously it's not all based on racism it's based on frustration I could tell you over when we the majority of people that were chanting sent her back it's based on a frustration just like the term love it or leave it love it or leave it back in the sixties and seventies with the Vietnam War lover leave it talking about America people are so frustrated people are upset people are tired of this anti American sentiment people are tired of the haters of America that's what this is all based upon and the left are now going to use this to try to paint this picture to paint president trump as this racers this homophobe because they can't beat him on economic policy can't beat him on foreign policy they can't beat him on jobs they can't beat him on low unemployment numbers high GDP growth they can't beat of their they just kept so they have to go back to the playbook that old tattered page in the playbook racism and they do it very very well but I can tell you this the overwhelming the overwhelming majority of America I believe the first second I know I don't yes there's racist in America you're not gonna stop that may come in all different colors but send her back I don't believe was the intent was based on race as hot on racism no I don't believe that the president's racist how much you friends do you believe that this president really based on the tweets that it just happened these last few days based on the chance is this president a racist or we just basically said in a message saying you know what if you don't like America get the hell and I'll tell you something representative bill Maher has a lot of problems right now so I would stop worrying so much about the chance and start looking into her background regarding marrying her brother filing tax returns there's a variety of things that we need to start talking about you want to see the president's tax.

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"third woman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on KTRH

"Here's the deal he is in failing health, and evidently his conscience has gotten to him. And he's assisting authorities across the country and identifying unidentified murder victims or in some case identifying himself as the killer and apparently doing this with, with things that only he would know the thirties, often do that, Bill. They'll withhold the method of killing, whether it's strangulation, whatever just because they've grown used to complete weirdos calling up and confessing to crimes of them committed well in the case of. Samuel little. He is enough. Seventy nine years old, and he is providing names and counties and cities where he he killed his his count. He claims to have killed ninety three women. So a Texas prosecutor yesterday said investigators had linked more than sixty killings in at least fourteen states to this. Seventy nine year old California inmate who may be the most prolific serial killer in US history. The actor county DA, Bobby bland said Sam little continues to cooperate with investigators from around the country who interrogate him in prison about cold-case killings dating to the nineteen seventies among those spoke to him. Or investigators from Ohio, where Sem little grew up, and he is suspected of killing at least five women. He was convicted of killing three L A area. Women pleaded guilty to killing a Texas woman, and he's, he's serving life sentences in California. Mr. little who lived a nomadic lifestyle claims to have killed ninety three women as he criss crossed the country of the years. The Texas DA said he is in failing health, and has exhausted. His appeals leading him to be forthcoming with investigators had he been convicted in Texas death means death in faxes in California. The death penalty means you get your own cell and you cost about one hundred and fifty thousand bucks a year, and you will not be killed because we have you can fold all the death rose in America in California. We have well over a thousand plus men just men who've been sentenced to death who we're not gonna die. We have a governor who's flat out said, I'm not gonna signed death warrant, so he ran for governor saying the will of the people, I am just a, I'm a river Meriva of the will of the people, then he gets any says. Yeah, I won't be signing any depth one. So we're just going to be building up people in death row. In the case of a seventy nine year old man. Yeah. He's gonna have a heart attack online, jello night before he gets the death penalty. Anyway, the Texas DA goes on to say this point in his life. I think he's determined to make sure that victims are found during during his two thousand fourteen trial in LA prosecutor said he was likely responsible for at least forty killings. Since nineteen eighty thirties at the time, we're looking for possible links to death in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky. Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri. Ohio and Texas, a big fan of the SEC in the big ten is this guy be twelve but Mr. little was not forthcoming with information at the time. They're giving credit to a Texas ranger by the name of James Holland with gaining his trust, and eventually listening, a series of, of confessions. The Texas ranger came to California last year to speak with Sam little about cold cases in Texas, that led little to be extradited to Texas and his guilty plea in December the nine nine thousand nine hundred strangulation death of a woman in the west Texas city of Odessa, but the Texas ranger rain, your homes coversations with little have continued even after little was returned to California to serve his sentences, and it was the Texas ranger who determined that he was responsible for ninety three deaths. And that's, that's the latest. So as, as he remembers them he's confessing to them. Apparently the Ohio prosecutors announced charges against him for a nineteen Eighty-one killing of a Cincinnati woman. Where he was charged last week in the deaths of two women in Cleveland as well. He previously was charged in a second Cincinnati killing and confessed to one in Cleveland. Victims often were suffocated or strangled in many cases leaving few physical marks the prosecutor in Texas says there's still been no false information, given nothing has been proven to be false. The so-called green river killer. Gary Ridgway killed forty nine women and girls that makes him the most prolific serial killer in the US though. He says, he, he killed ninety one seventy one. So, so anyway, this, this guy accurately confessing to ninety three and that's there's a there. By the way, there's a weird anthropological thing serial killing is not. A product of twenty first century, industrial society, but serial killers are in ever on every continent. Every society has them. Is this a really weird outlier in human behavior? And generally I at some point they were caught, but in a weird way it's easier to not be caught today than say one hundred years ago or something. But so anyway, this guy is at least we're not going to waste any money on a trial, but he's killed ninety three people, and he can he's, he's going to have three hots and a cot, and he's gonna get excellent healthcare when he finally does have that heart attack. They're probably gonna helicopter him to cedar Sinai or somewhere. I don't know. But so there's, there's that guy. Eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty your car. Your new car. By the year twenty twenty Detroit had to be. Meeting, a standard of thirty seven miles per gallon. For the cars to be sold and Detroit has has said like that is a that is a really, really tough uphill battle right there. And the way this works is the average of cars sold had to be thirty seven miles per gallon. Well, it's gonna be kinda hard for Ford when you're number one car is the Ford F one fifty is actually a pickup truck, and it does not get thirty seven miles per gallon. The Ford F one fifty is still there, most popular car that was supposed to be offset by cars. Get incredible mileage and things like that. Well, Detroit and, and seventeen other car manufacturers wrote a letter to the White House. And just said, this is this is not going to happen. We're checking the box, we're warning you which is not going to happen, and it's going to cause havoc the regulations required car manufacturers to build increasingly efficient of vehicles, so that, and like I say twenty twenty supposed to be thirty seven miles per gallon in five years. The Obama administration standard was that by twenty twenty five the nation's cars and trucks were supposed to average more than fifty miles per gallon. So the seventeen major automakers including GMC Ford, Nissan, and Toyota ask Trump in a letter to reopen talks with one particular state, because one St. there's one St. in this country that precedes the existence of the EPA. Nixon created the EPA Environmental Protection Agency. One state has a mulligan. One state has the right to be more strict than the EPA and they're holding up. The works are because the Trump administration is loosening. These apparently unreachable goals of thirty seven miles per gallon for next year and fifty miles per gallon, five years. Trump administration's loosening these standards. But there's one state that is blocking the path to an agreement. And if you've been listening to the last hour, you can probably guess what that isn't who that is? I'll tell you how it's going to affect you everyone else in the country because one St. won't get onboard, just speaking primarily, because Trump that and more coming up is, by the way, eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero. It is Brian suit filling in this is the weekend with joepags..

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"third woman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're talking about domestic violence. I have two guests. Rachel Louise Snyder is the author of the new book, no visible bruises. What we don't know about domestic violence can kill us says onto Beauce's the CEO of the genie Geiger crisis center in Massachusetts which developed and administers domestic violence prevention program. Richard Lewis Snyder, you're the author of the new book, no visible bruises about domestic violence, and you learn as you finishing the book. You learn from your step mother who was dying that she was the victim of abuse. What did she tell you? It was honestly, Terry. It was shocking to me. She was in hospice, and it was actually my father who said something to me. They knew I was reading this book. And my father said, yeah. Your your mom meeting? My step mom, her first marriage was abusive, and I had had no idea she had met him. I think at fifteen was pregnant at sixteen and divorced by her early twenties. So went into the bedroom where she was she was she was unable to get out of bed by then. But I close the door. And I said, no, mom, dad told me your first marriage was abusive, and she said, yeah, it was it was and that she told me that her childhood home. In fact, had also been abusive, and I just had had no idea. She'd been my stepmother for thirty eight years. And I I never knew. And I thought you know, she knows I've been researching this for the last whatever it was eight years or something at that point. She had never said anything to me. No one had ever said anything. I just couldn't believe it. And she didn't wanna talk about it. You know, she knew she was dying. But I did dedicate the book to her, and I was able to tell her that. I was dedicating the book to her before she died. I'm really grateful for that. I think that's stories. An example, both how widespread and how secretive domestic violence. You know? It's really it's really true Terry that it is still today. There's so much. Shame. Just on the drive over here this morning. I was thinking so we have new statistics. Now, the for years, we said the three women day were killed by their partners in America. And since twenty seventeen that's tick is now four which is a twenty percent increase and twenty seventeen is also when the when the me too movement really gained momentum. And it's hard for me to think that those two things are operating and ice elation from one another. I just want to ask you about guns. And this is a point you make in your book. Rachel of people say having a gun at home protects women from danger. But you say having a gun at home puts a lot of women in danger. If they have an abusive husband, cassette gun can be used to threaten or to shoot. Sure. A lot of guns are are used as symbols right to keep to keep victims in line. Really none of the research backs backs. The idea that a gun in the home makes it woman save for and the other point about that is that guns to say to a woman. Oh, will you need to arm yourself against your armed abuser is in essence asking a woman to psychologically inhabit, the same the same intellectual and emotional space that someone who is violent toward her in habits. In other words, let's try to stop violence with violence, and it doesn't work. There's a researcher in Massachusetts named David Adams who interviewed fourteen men who were imprisoned for killing their wives. Eleven of the fourteen said, they would not have killed at a gun not been readily available. So my question for you. You didn't think of your story as being a story about spousal abuse? Until you started doing work with the women who are victims of abuse for any woman, who's listening. Now who is our suspect. She is a victim of abuse. And hasn't taking any action yet. What's the first thing that you'd recommend? And maybe this doesn't apply to everybody. Maybe every case is different. But is there any advice that you'd give to a woman who is realizing that she's a victim? And that she needs to protect herself. I think the my advice is to tell the story. I think that once you begin to tell the story, and you hear your own words, describe how it feels to to live where how you live and described the actions and the terror that you may feel it begins to feel real. And sometimes the person that you wanna talk to is your best friend or someone who can be very neutral about the partner. It's it's tough to include your friends because sometimes they're friends with both of you. But every state in our country has a statewide coalition of domestic funds programs and it RIC it is a listing of all domestic programs in each state and so two to find a domestic violence program. They're out there. Call an advocate, call a therapist someone you know and trust. Begin to tell your story. And then things change things really do change. There's also the national domestic violence hotline. Okay. I wanna thank you both so much for talking with us. Thank you, Terry. Thank you. Rachel Louise Snyder is the author of the new book, no visible bruises and says on Dubuque is the CEO of the genie Geiger crisis center in Massachusetts. This is fresh air. Miguel from San Francisco donate cake because I've been listening for years and years since I was a little kid. And now, I'm adults and still suit every day in the car and all the media out there. This is what I turn to for the most reliable news source. So thank you so much do happy to contribute. Thank you so much Miguel, and you are in adult, and you were probably really fun. Little kid listening to cake there in the car how nice to grow up with us..

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"third woman" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"One in three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as human pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates then at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border. Now does that sound like somebody who didn't do his homework? If there is one issue on which President Trump has a pretty darn good grasp of what's really at play. Here. It is the issue of illegal immigration. He is outlining exactly why we need a border wall and the policy this specific policy proposal could not be clearer. The president is requesting five point seven billion dollars. Really the number should be somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty billion. But he believes five point seven billion dollars is a reasonable request to reinforce existing fencing, which has worked fantastically, he outlined El Paso, Texas, which is now one of the more safe safer communities in the entire United States after it was a drug infested gang infested hellhole until the construction of border fence same thing in Yuma. Arizona same thing in San Diego County were the nineteen eighties. An estimated fifty percent of all illegal immigrants. Crossed near San Diego, a border wall was constructed and illegal immigration was effectively shut down. This is why we have problems in Yuma. Arizona El Paso, Texas, places like that. Because all of the people who are trying to cross in San Diego were dissuaded were unable to buy the wall. President Trump is correct. You need secure fencing you need a physical barrier to keep people out. And why because the the journey north is so dangerous for these people. They're being victimized by the people who are promising them safe passage. This is a humanitarian crisis for years. Democrats. Agreed. It was a humanitarian crisis for the exact same reason. President Trump's proposal is to dissuade people from making that dangerous journey because right now, they have this sort of false hope that they're going to be able to get through. So they're taking their life savings, whatever it may be putting it in the hands of a crime. Element. That is getting more dangerous more powerful and able to commit more crimes based on the money that it's cody's are getting from these poor innocent people who just want a better life. And then there are victimizing them. They're sexually assaulting them. They're selling people into sex slavery. I mean, these are things that Republicans and Democrats alike can agree are awful things that a civilized nations should not tolerate and should do everything in its power to stop. But the fact that it's Trump's proposal means that Democrats will never go along with it. And this was the crux of my McIvor news institute column, this is. Yeah. Yep. Sorry. Getting an update from another law enforcement source..

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"third woman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"third woman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as human pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates in at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border. Just yesterday an MS thirteen gang member was taken into custody for a fatal shooting on a subway platform in New York City. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in. Year after year. Capless Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. I've gotten to know, many, wonderful angel moms and dads and families. No one should ever have to suffer the horrible heartache that. They have had to endure here tonight. Is Deborah Bisset? Just three weeks ago Deborah's parents, Gerald and share. Burglarized and shot to death in Reno Nevada home. By an illegal alien. They were in their eighties. Anderson vibe by four children, eleven grandchildren and twenty great, grandchildren. Also here tonight. Are gerald. And Sharon's granddaughter have and great granddaughter, Madison. Debra Heather, Madison. Please stand Pugh can understand your pain. Thank you. And thank you for being.

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