35 Burst results for "Three Decades"

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:58 min | Last month

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.

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Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Report: Climate Change Could Move 200 Million People by 2050

"New research from of the World Bank warns climate change may lead to major movements of people the study by the nonprofit ground swell for the World Bank finds climate change could push more than two hundred million people to leave their homes in the next three decades increased migration hot spots unless urgent action is taken to use global emissions I'm bridge the development gap the research also examines how the impacts of slow onset climate change such as water scarcity decreasing crop productivity and rising sea levels could lead to millions of what the report describes as climate migrants by twenty fifty I'm Charles collect as mom

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Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | Last month

Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him

"Two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.

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President Biden Defends America's Exit From Afghanistan

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | Last month

President Biden Defends America's Exit From Afghanistan

"Day two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.

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Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | Last month

Biden Defends U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"Day two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to

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Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

Ask Me Another

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

"Re is forecast to make landfall around New York's Long Island tonight or tomorrow. But before that, National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says dangerous storm surge in hurricane conditions are expected in parts of the Northeast US beginning late tonight. Any one of these areas you just have to be ready. And get the winds. You've got the saturated soil. That means you can topple some trees. Big time power outages got to be ready for that, and those trees blocking some of the roads treacherous travel associated with this storm already is on track to be New England's first direct hurricane in three decades.

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Germany Commemorates 60 Years Since Building of Berlin Wall

Mike Gallagher

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Germany Commemorates 60 Years Since Building of Berlin Wall

"Marking 60 years since the day East, German authorities started building the Berlin Wall where at least 140 people were killed over three decades trying to flee to the West. German President Frank Walter Steinmeier calls its construction the beginning of the end for the communist regime, which claimed at the time at the wall was designed to protect the country from fascism. Berlin Wall stretch 96 miles encircling West Berlin until 1989 when East German authorities reluctantly agreed to open some crossings.

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Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott

"And politico is a very left wing site now and then it gets it right. But more than than now, And it it indicates the kind of Republicans that they like Mitch McConnell, his people leak to politico all the time. That says GOP mega donors flock to Tim Scott Building 2024 Buzz Oracle's Larry Ellison is the biggest name in a group of major Republican donors sending big money to South Carolina Scott It starts off this way. Republican Senator Tim Scott boarded a plane to Hawaii earlier this year to meet with one of the richest people in the world tech titan Larry Ellison. Ellison's remote Lanai Island home owner. I'm jealous. Was well out of the South Carolina senators way. But for Scott, who like the 76 year old Ellison is an outspoken advocate for school choice. Cultivating the mogul has paid dividends. And could help. Propel a 2024 presidential bid. Since last October, Ellison has contributed $10 million to an outside group aligned with the senator. A huge sum even in the Super Pac era, and the business owners biggest known contribution in three decades as a political donor. Scott's Behind the scenes courtship of Allison illustrates how the senator has quietly become a powerhouse fundraiser and a major force within the Republican Party. Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. Has seen his profile rise since delivering the party's response the President Joe Biden's joint address to Congress in April, It's developing a vast network of small and large dollar donors. That spans his party's ideological spectrum, helping him far outraced Senate colleagues this year. The pro Scott Super Pac Opportunity Matters Fund has drawn support from conservative donors like Richard Gabby, who is bankrolled the likes of former President Donald Trump and Georgia representative Marjorie Tele Green. Scott has also received backing from the party's mainstream

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 Don Friesen   Interview   The Only 2 Time Winner of SF Comedy Competition!    Show #76 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Don Friesen Interview The Only 2 Time Winner of SF Comedy Competition! Show #76 - burst 1

"Little frightened or in trepidation about getting on stage in the only way to beat that is to keep getting on stage and to start that improv troupe. At usc in the fact that it's still going today is quite a tribute to you. I i'm very proud of that. And i don't take responsibility for the continuity. Because i thought when i left it was over i didn't i wasn't the person who like you know continued the legacy or whatever but Somebody in the troop Kept it going. Or because at the time i was founder and director and i was kind of like the Never the biggest talent in the group. But i would definitely the driving force. Yeah the power behind the movement. What's the name of that Improv group it can need interrupts really. That's a great name. Yeah which. I didn't come up with either but we yeah was a great name And they've they've had like they've had famous alums and Several snl alums and Then improve definitely become much more famous than i ever than i ever was starting out so well but still even sure i could if i auditioned for them. I'm nitric getting really good. I don't know about that. But i think that You still get the crown for being the guy that started and perpetuated the entertainment form on a campus. That's business oriented. I mean that's a very serious collagen to get something like that. Going was not only. I'm sure helpful to get you through your last year of school but it's been helpful apparently for the last three decades to other students

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These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 3 months ago

These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

"Doubt that tears were shed over january. Six i'm not trying to minimize that but wait a minute after your testimony on capitol hill as as a capital police officer. You're going to sit down with donald. Lemon and trash talk cnn. I is that kind of typical behavior of law enforcement. let's get. let's get john's perspective. Who i understand has been an officer for over three decades. Is that true policemen for thirty three years. John yes thank you for calling us. Tell me a little bit about what your reaction is. What you're seeing fell a law enforcement do on cnn and msnbc yesterday all these four guys. In my opinion they're They're playing to the democratic party. They got their own agenda They're looking for payout. Maybe maybe harry dunn's going to become a cnn contributor. john. Yeah i mean the I've been last letter. Riots and i know a lot of guys been hurt and that one of them acted like any one of these four guys. This is this is totally ridiculous. You know i got a brain traumatic brain injury. And i'm gonna be off he's looking for a payout he Suda city suda The capital. I don't know what is agenda is what i know. You want a bad mouth them but me being a policeman. I can bad mouth. I'm giving everybody a bad

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Quentin Tarantino Admits This Challenged Him Creatively More Than Anything

Direct from Hollywood

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Quentin Tarantino Admits This Challenged Him Creatively More Than Anything

"Quentin tarantino. Is one of the most celebrated screenwriters of generation but he's just released his very first novel three decades into his career novella based on his movie once upon a time in hollywood that greatly expands the story and characters and even though quinn's comfortable behind keyboard with whatever he writes he does admit making the transition from screen to book was challenged he tells deadline. Screenplays are really easy for me. I'm not saying. I don't work hard. I really work hard. But i know how to do it writing a novel. A piece of prose wasn't necessarily hard but it wasn't easy. I've never done it before. It was different than what i've been doing before. I've been writing these quasi novels as my screenplays but a quasi novel is not the same thing as a novel. Quinton says in the he still plans to retire from directing after his next film but hasn't decided exactly what that project will beat his novella. Once upon a time in hollywood is out. now

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UK Plans to End Prosecutions for Northern Ireland 'Troubles' Crimes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

UK Plans to End Prosecutions for Northern Ireland 'Troubles' Crimes

"The British government plans to end prosecutions for northern Ireland's troubles crimes officials want to introduce a statute of limitations for alleged crimes committed during decades of violence in Northern Ireland the movement and prosecutions the killings committed by both British soldiers and members of militant groups the country's Northern Ireland secretary has told lawmakers the statute would apply equally to all troubles related incidents more than three thousand five hundred people died during the three decades of violence known as the troubles most of them civilians Charles the last month London

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Cubans Denounce ‘Misery’ in Biggest Protests in Decades

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Cubans Denounce ‘Misery’ in Biggest Protests in Decades

"BBC News With Neil Nunes, the Cuban authorities have confronted thousands of people who marched through the streets of major cities in the biggest anti government protests in three decades. President Miguel Diaz Canel said the protests were a provocation by mercenaries

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Environmental Racism is Real

Tamarindo

02:27 min | 4 months ago

Environmental Racism is Real

"Are going to talk about environmental justice and along with that environmental racism and which describes the fact that people of color and low income people are most likely to be situated in your sources of contamination and away from clean water air and soil so research by the la times finds that in the us. The best predictor of whether you live near hazardous waste site is the color of your skin. That is wild but not surprising right. This is america so now from not far from where i live here in the very latin next community vernon here in los angeles families have been waiting for over three years to have lead contamination. Cleaned out of their community. Contamination came from the exile plant which melted down. Used lead acid car batteries. You don't want that in your backyard. But that's what these families had in their backyard which state regulators had allowed to operate on a temporary permit for more than three decades so state regulators like thirty. But you keep doing it. And then they kept letting them do it for over thirty years. It's crazy right. And what can i tell you. More about this. Despite history of air pollution and hazardous waste violations. They were still continued to operate ex. Able to operate it. California health department analysis found that nearly three hundred children under six years old living near exide have elevated blood lead levels in two thousand twelve. We've known this for a while. The last year the plant was in full operation in twenty twenty. A court allowed exide to walk away from its clean up responsibilities leaving us the taxpayers with the bill to clean this up and i wanted to echo this example or highlight these example because a heard of exits. Its own backyard but too because you see the failures of the government time and time again in airing on the side of corporations and this is an example of environmental racism at play and unfortunately as a nation points out this is. There's nothing you this has been happening for decades and decades and a few insights here about specifically about the us fifty six percent of the population. You're toxic waste. Sites are people of color. People of color have thirty eight percent higher nitrogen dioxide exposure compared to white people. There are two times more likely to live without potable water and modern sanitation and ninety five percent of people of color that have claims against polluters denied by The environmental protection

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No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:44 min | 4 months ago

No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

"During the pandemic open outdoor spaces like parks became even more essential on top of being the usual place for quiet. Walk to commune with nature. People were spending a lot more time outdoors and those who live near green spaces especially in urban areas appreciated them even more like the park surrounding the jamaica plain section of boston. We have probably more greenspace than any other neighborhood in boston. This is dr martha karsh share. She's a retired family medicine specialist. Who's lived in this jamaica. Plain neighborhood for more than three decades. We've got to make a pond. We've got the arboretum. We boarder franklin hark on. We have a wonderful forest hill cemetery which is beautiful It's a nice place to live. If you don't have a lot of disposable income you live in a three decker or one of those little tiny row houses the greenspace makes for an idyllic urban rest spent right car share says. Franklin park has become anything but sitting at boston. Leaders are looking for peace in franklin park new tonight. Take a look at this video near franklin park. It is a wild scenes like this that have people living in that area raising concerns about safety. There's been groups of up to a hundred dirt bikes motorbikes. Atv's motorized trikes. They care around inside the park and the noise is terrible.

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House Speaker Pelosi Criticizes Federal Judge Overturning California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

Prosper

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

House Speaker Pelosi Criticizes Federal Judge Overturning California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"Others in California and across the country to a federal judge's ruling overturning the state's three decade old ban on assault weapons. Federal judge Roger Bennett has compared the AR 15 to a Swiss army knife, allowing it a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment. Speaker Nancy Pelosi. How we face the families who have lost their loved ones to gun violence. We have a judge saying that kind of an automatic weapon is the equivalent of a Swiss army knife. Something is very wrong. California Attorney General

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Federal Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Federal Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"Federal judge has overturned California's three decade old ban on assault weapons ruling It violates the constitution. It is ruling, the U. S district judge wrote. Like the Swiss Army knife, the popular A ar 15 rifle is a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment. He says the state's definition of illegal military style rifles unlawfully deprives law abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the Supreme Court. He also said murdered by knife occurs

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U.S. Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Judge Overturns California’s Ban on Assault Weapons

"A federal judge overturned California's three decade old ban on assault weapons ruling on Friday it violates the constitutional right to bear arms it is ruling the U. S. district judge wrote like the Swiss army knife the popular A. R. fifteen rifle is a perfect combination of home defense weapon and homeland defense equipment he says the state's definition of a legal military style rifles unlawfully deprived law abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the Supreme Court he also said murder by knife occurs seven times more often than murder by rifle governor Newsom said in a statement the comparison to a Swiss army knife is a slap in the face to the families who lost loved ones to these assault rifles and the state says it will appeal the ruling I'm Julie Walker

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"three decades" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"He spent three decades in the Senate doing that kind of horse trading and that's his natural. Spot, and I think there's gonna be a lot of pressure on McConnell toe adapt a horse trading model as well. Doctor is an observer of politics for a long time. How do you see this? Playing out for Donald Trump in the short term and in the long term? Well depends out short term. You mean I mean, I think that the number of people who are willing to go along with his fantasy that he somehow one is obviously shrinking. And you mentioned that earlier in your leader into this Conversation. I think the idea that he's going to run in 2024 is kind of a fantasy. I think certainly son, Don Jr is going to run. But I think there's gonna be a significant percentage of the Republican Party first, who will have learned the lesson. On from Trump that a lot of their legacy economic policy didn't make sense on, but they need to run on something other than coca Nomics. So I think that's you know, that's going to reduce the lane that's open for Trump or one of his family members. And I think also, a number of people are just gonna be like We don't want that drama again. We did that for four years. Maybe we had to do it, but we're not going to sign up Theo to take for a ticket for that train. Again. E think he's certainly is in a position of a king maker. That's that's for sure. Maybe. Although, you know it's also the case that the actuarial tables aren't really in his favor on as it is, s O. I'm not. I'm not as convinced that he is going to be as much of the kingmaker. As people think. I think we've all gotten used to the idea that Donald Trump is here and sucking all the oxygen of the political system, But I wouldn't be surprised in a year from now, whether you know he went in, tried a media enterprise that may or may not have worked right. He also maybe in personal bankruptcy in a year, too, So you know there's a lot of there's a lot of Things that are going to lead the future not to look like a replay of the president that also maybe wish the film went on my part, but I think I think there's a good probability that's true. I love this headline as I mentioned in The Times. Did you write that note? So this is funny. Whenever I write these pieces, and I got a lot of emails from people complaining about the title and one day it's important to know is you write a thing from The New York Times? They have some algorithm that spits out on headlines in order to generate generate clicks, and I've got nothing to do with it. I you know, I'm perfectly happy, but I achieved a sort of Zen like state where the headlines I get from publishing my op EDS. That's what I anticipated that answer. But, hey, I clicked on it. I clicked on the radio that sounds like it's a fun article to read. It was Was really informative. I thought I was aligning. Thank you, sir. Nice making your queens Thank you for Thank you having me on Take care. Doctor, Stephen tell us professor at Johns Hopkins,.

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"three decades" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The national native news antonio gonzales the navajo department of health is warning residents of uncontrollable spread of covid nineteen and thirty four communities on the reservation navajo leaders and health professionals are urging residents to take precautions and stay home. The tribe has been hit hard by covid nineteen and saw the first wave peak in the spring strict measures including mandatory mask. Orders curfews and lockdowns are credited to numbers dropping in the summer and fall but his cases start to rise navajo leaders and health officials. Say they're prepared to take extreme action to help prevent the surge from surpassing the first one. Dr jill jim director of the navajo department of health during a virtual town hall this week says many of the cases have been linked to large gatherings and travel off the reservation as we were in many those were at our highest peak in may and at that time. Any what we. Experience is a complete shutdown for a number of much the tribes shutdown government offices and things like that but living in with kobe. Nineteen has teens and perception of how we need to respond has detained. But i'm bill what we experience in on. You never know we might have to do. Extreme mitigation listeners. On to ensure that we stop the spread of covid nineteen so and that will impact our healthcare system as of wednesday the total number of positive covid nineteen cases on the navajo nation. Where twelve thousand. Eight hundred and eighteen native veterans. Were honored wednesday. Virtual events were streamed online including a program to mark the completion of the national native american veterans memorial in washington dc mel sheldon councilman of the tulalip tribes. Who served in vietnam kicked off. The event recognizing veterans for their service. When i got back from vietnam. I was very proud to be a veteran. I was a helicopter pilot at nineteen. We flew in near cambodia and into cambodia and we should as best as we could coming home talking to other veterans knowing that we had done our job. It was a proud tradition for a lot of veterans coming. Home was not always easy and it was. The powwows are tribal communities. Put their arms around us to make us feel proud. Tampa's become hold again as those it were in combat. They were changed in a way that we could help them. He'll help them recover. The memorial is on the grounds of the national museum of the american indian it open to the public on wednesday and recognizes native veterans on a national level. Joe biden is making plans to take over. The federal government is president in preparing for his cabinet. Even as president trump fights the election and has not conceded. The biden harris transition team was announced this week and includes native americans. Kevin washburn chickasaw janey. Hip chickasaw in chris. James eastern band of cherokee washburn law professor and dean and is a former federal official hips leader in native american agriculture and has worked in washington. Dc james has held positions in the federal government and leads a national native economic development organization biden harris transition teams will review agencies to help with the smooth transfer of power tribal leaders and directors of national native organizations across the country recognizing the biden harris projected win and are prepared to move forward with the next administration this week. The alaska federation of natives released a statement of congratulations and said the af looks forward to working with the teams and seeing the new administration's initiatives next year. The national congress of american indians in a statement. Saturday said it looks forward to working with the team to ensure indian country priorities are addressed. I antonio's gonzales.

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"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Most in almost three decades. Year over year. Consumer prices or little change, Though grocery prices are up almost 5% from July 2019. Vinny Del to Die Spielberg radio. We'll have more on the economy. Specifically, today's data with Nathan Sheets up Hee Jin coming up in just a moment s and P re capping here off 39 points. That's a gain of 1.2%. I'm Charlie Callas fat David Weston. Bloomberg Business flat. Thank you so much, Charlie. Yes. You set it up for his beautifully. We're going to talk about us. Consumer prices, which has vigil Drusus has just told us went up 6/10 of a percent. That was twice as much as every thought. It was gonna be to put this in context. We welcome now, Nathan Sheets Chief Connors for P. Jim fixed income, Nathan, always a pleasure to talk with you. So what should we read into this? Why? Why did they go up so dramatically? Is this just one data point would get look past it. So I very much view this as a normalization in prices that early during the period of the pandemic, we saw certain categories off goods. And services whose prices fell sharply. Some examples or peril, used cars, transportation and so forth. And, AH, in this report, we were seeing some normalization, some bounce back. I think what you're seeing there is that the economy in recent months has improved and we've seen this in the labor market. We've seen this in the retail sales data. And accordingly, there's some normalization in in price levels. Of course, the big question. David is what assisting look like going forward and is the improvement that we've seen. Particularly during May and June and into July, is acting to continue through August and September and into the fall. Well, I agree that is the big question, but before we get to that question, 1/2 step back stagflation because we're hearing people talk about that. Now the breakevens have changed a bit and indicate maybe there's inflation around the corner. Is that simply because of what the Fed's doing? I Iive you the moves in the breakevens as just like what we've seen in the price data today as a bit of a normalization that early during the pan down. Those breakevens got very depressed, and they're just kind of crawling back up to MME or more normal levels. But I don't see anything in these data that are pointing to a sustained ongoing inflation and I think the bed is going to look through them. And I think on balance that that is going to continue to be more worried about disinflationary pressures over the next 3 to 6 months, uh than inflationary pressures. Now, in terms of stagflation, specifically, I'd be relatively relaxed about the price leg of stagflation ery rest. But I'm very concerned about the unemployment leg and where the labor market might go in the months ahead. So to reinforce what you have to say, not that you needed. We had Eric Rosengren on the president. Boston Fed about 45 minutes ago, and he said, basically the same thing. They're not really worried about inflation. They're much more worried. About the economy, not growing for two things. They're they're very concerned about the treatment of the Corona virus. They feel that we have lagged behind some other places, particularly in Europe, which.

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"three decades" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Land of for over three decades for the documentary goes I didn't really have a plan but I just started talking to people I recorded everything okay let's go back to nineteen seventy nine so you think about the late seventies this whole nineteen sixties soul Jack and all that stuff now your slide into the disco era an era where cable is a new idea Ted Turner hasn't even really done his thing with CNN that's that we're talking about there was no twenty four hour news network a news cycle at the beginning of the this is nearly forty years ago now so needless to say in many ways things are very different the first thing I did was try to soak in as much as possible about this time period this is coming to me I'm the vice president for historical interpretation and community partnerships at the Atlanta history center only what you're looking at by the late seventies early eighties is that first generation of African Americans who had actually benefited from school desegregation for example at both a secondary and collegiate level by then right so people who were in segregated maybe primary schools and still had those memories but were professionals by that early eighties African Americans are prospering to some degree still definitely hard hit by the recession but compared to the ways in which they have been disadvantaged before off spring to some degree largely as a as a by product of affirmative action Kalinda describe a time of fear and helplessness all around her kids were gradually going missing one by one the kids her age there was an idea there was a real life boogie man out there in the sense that no one was really trying to protect them I was a child in Atlanta and during that time I was a nine year old living in Atlanta in the fourth ward which was one of the areas from which children were taken and I remember as a child the whispers and chatter among the children if you can imagine this real life boogie man is actually out there this is really happening there with the child who went to summer camp with me who was one of the children who was abducted and there wasn't a sense that that anything very serious was happening to protect there wasn't a stand that anything about our daily lives was really changing much except that we were very afraid and our parents were very angry every single one of them was not only black they were also poor and the neighborhoods from which they were taken were the most vulnerable most impoverished within the city many of them came from public housing projects and so all of that definitely conspired to make folks feel like this is something that is happening to the least of us and nobody cares Atlanta hat it's a shame to this I think continues to be ashamed of this it is not something that people really can't we talk about in the open very much I think it is interesting that there's a way in which I think Atlanta remains ashamed of the the racial bifurcation that this really shows that when you talk to people about their memories of this time there's a really think gap I do a lot of oral history there's a really distinct gap between white Atlantans in black Atlantans I think that it's about a sense of profound sense separate realities in and separate societies it's startling to me as a person who again as a child lived here to talk to people who are my contemporaries who are living in other neighborhoods living in majority neighborhood who didn't have a sense of that urgency at all who didn't have a sense of that vulnerability at all who didn't even know that it will happen at all I think it's impossible to disentangle the race and class issues.

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"three decades" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Much of the past three decades or so say the yardsticks used to measure stock market value but personal finance expert Jonathan Clements is asking what if the problem isn't the lofty price of stocks but rather the yardsticks we're comparing them against he is the founder and editor of humble dollar dot com Jonathan how do you see this well if you look at what happened in the US stock market over the possibility it doc looked extraordinarily expensive by historical standards when you compare the prices stops to corporate earnings compare them to the dividends that are paid to compare them to the value of corporate asset everyone of those indicators is allowing the class clown and thing get out this market incredibly expensive and bad things are gonna happen but is that really the case I mean this would be going on for thirty years and so the question naturally arises is it really that stocks are one way overpriced or is it the young sticks were using to measure stall to say whether they're over valued or not are in some sense broke and I think it's still a next door yeah I think stocks are expensive I think there is a risk of a significant market decline but stocks are not as expensive as they seem because there are some fundamental problems with these yardstick they were using hard to explain explain a couple of them here and how you see it give it looks right now companies are yielding a one point nine percent dividend that compares to fifty year rate point nine percent so it will get back to historical average valuation it would have got the S. and P. five hundred dropped by the the big but here is a lot of corporations are paying out less of their cash as dividends and is using it to buy back stock if you take the percentage of stop beating all back by the S. and P. five hundred companies each year and you combine it with that one point nine percent dividend yield what you find the combined dividend yield plus buy back healed is over five percent of the companies are paying a lot of cash to shareholders they just painted how did it get away from they have the way they have historically been with Jonathan Clemens founder and editor of humble dollar dot com he's written a piece about today's yardsticks for measuring stock value explain the earnings yardstick I think it's really interesting thirty forty fifty is we had an industrial rather than a post industrial economy in a way that major corporations made money with they would seek their dollars in to you for free they would get new equipment they would put up new building and then they would set will only be pre she ate the value of these investments that they made the capital investment over the useful life of the equipment and that meant that the hit to reported earnings was relatively modest so you think about today's superstar companies companies like Facebook yeah I'll bet Google you think about bull about net Flix these companies are not building factory putting up huge office buildings that these big capital improvement projects what they're doing is research and development that building valuable brand names that collecting they're creating intellectual capital and when you do that that research and development expense is Hey corporate earnings earnings with these companies if they were traditional industrial con companies would look much higher than they do but because they're spending the money on research development Rollo non traditional capital proven dealings with cooler than they really are Johnson Johnson Clements founder and editor of humble dollar dot com it is thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend.

"three decades" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Marvel and Pixar in Star Wars you get three decades of The Simpsons synergy in corporate dominance can do that what is less expected and maybe even more welcome from Disney plus is the new programming Disney didn't make the new TV series spin off from the Star Wars cycle Mandalorian available for preview but did provide episodes of just about everything else take what might as well be called the live action movie remake of lady and the tramp I started watching it with trepidation but almost instantly embraced it whole heartedly this new version of the nineteen fifty five animated movie has Tessa Thompson and Justin thorugh providing the voices of lady and the tramp who look like real dogs but speak like people most of the time like the time they first meet when lady spice tramp through the backyard fence where is trustee trustee I'm sure is somewhere what are you there get out of there let's see my people are inside I'm gonna warn them but we don't someone the people okay I would get out of here but I can't make trouble and just the one in trouble you can really help a lot of our teachers I can coming over here I'm in a park please do not do that I absolutely do not do that tell me what to do the new TV incarnation of the high school musical franchise is pretty much what you'd expect but another new spin off from the latest Pixar Toy Story film is much more clever and novel it stars fourty the goofy loosely constructed character from Toy Story four as the host of his own series forty asks a question each episode is weird and funny and is only three minutes long the programs are short but the topics can be working here how the going I got a question what is a friend what I enjoy most of these new series so far are the non fiction ones Disney pluses found people and subjects the truly match the Disney spirit and they all start out as winners the world according to Jeff Goldblum is an odd success taking this very likeable actor and sending him out into the world to explore one subject at a time like when you ride shotgun in an ice cream truck driven by a woman named DM and then Deanna presses a button and in an instant all my gosh it all comes flooding back listen to this music is so its own site I think it is another non fiction series Marvel's hero project focuses on real life youngsters doing amazing things detailing their accomplishments and as a Capper presenting them with hero team jackets and a limited edition Marvel comic in which there they hero it may sound calculated in corporate but the opener made me cry it profiles thirteen year old Jordan reefs born with only the upper half of her left arm who designed a unicorn horn manufactured with help from an inventor and mentor to fit on her arm and shoot out I love it I made this and I like this unique idea people two hands can't shoot might as well take a different something really cool the joy differences she goes on to become a mentor herself passing on her enthusiasm and her pride to younger kids nationwide it's inspirational and so is what may be my favorite series of this initial batch the Imagineering story it's a multi part documentary telling of the people behind the scenes who worked with Walt Disney to create Disneyland and other imaginative wonders these behind the scenes interviews and film clips are fascinating and Disney himself comes off as truly stubbornly visionary when he hosted the first episode of his weekly ABC television series in nineteen fifty four and called at Disneyland his California theme park of the same name hadn't even been built here now to tell you about it is Walt Disney welcome we want you to share with us our latest and greatest that's it right here Disney land team of about two thousand feet in the air and ten months away Disney had an amazing vision then and Disney plus has an amazing vision now it would have been foolish to bet against Disney in the nineteen twenties and the thirties and the fifties and based on what Disney plus is presenting out of the gate it would be foolish to bet against Disney now David Bianculli is founder and editor of the website T. V. worth watching and is a professor of television at new Jersey's rowing university tomorrow and fresh air our guests will be actor Willem Dafoe the four time Oscar nominee has portrayed a vampire villains and soldiers as well as Vincent van Gogh and Jesus he's currently appearing with Edward Norton in the film motherless Brooklyn any stars as a crusty lighthouse keeper in the drama the light house I hope you'll join us fresh tears executive producers Danny Miller interviews and reviews are produced.

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"three decades" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The better part of three decades sting is really not what I'm looking for well ahead those who need a boost you could start consuming black raspberries broccoli figs watermelon and chocolate eggs of also been around found to increase your bedroom stamina as well and smell great had no researchers at the university of Hawaii also say women who take ginseng supplements also show heighten the libido span testicular learning options thing in the morning breakfast cereal I wonder why not looking one last note NBC says it will download that's fine NBC says it will definitely not be re opening an investigation into sexual assault accusations against Matt Lauer of course they will you guys suck they they really do yeah you really do suck yep the former today show host fired and twenty seventeen following sexual misconduct allegations in a new book from Pulitzer Prize winning journalist run in peril is brought up questions about how NBC handled the incident the book claims that movie mogul Harvey Weinstein threatened to expose Lauer of NBC didn't quash borrows own reporting on winds teen sexual misconduct soul a number of the heavy weights and NBC have been outed as guys who for profit here the wanted to hide the Harvey Weinstein story and allow him to continue to rape young actresses and wanted to hide the the Matt Lauer story right I don't know if he's a rapist or not but he certainly was not a good guy for profit they wanted they were they were willing to its keep the stories in and they still have their jobs all of those people are still in charge and NBC and apparently are gonna same charge yep every now and then you get different fantasy all man if I had if I had ten billion dollars here's what I do here's what I would do I would find everybody with an MBA from NBC I was at I will pay your fine for breaking that NDA that's a nun to school this call yes that they all got with their even if it wasn't a settlement as making Kelly told us yesterday there are ways to have these bonuses when you leave data that you can technically sale no we've never settled the case so yeah I don't know how non disclosure agreements work did you do you commit a crime if you break them or you just have to give the money back usually you have to give the money back if it's only the money yeah that'd be a great thing for a billionaire everybody I've got you covered you'll get to keep your money go ahead say what you want your PS that would be awesome there you go that your news I'm Marshall Phillips the Armstrong again you show the conscience of the nation that would be awesome what what a fun thing to do yeah yeah Mila billionaire fantasies thing fun things to do with the money you know there's always the you know you by Major League Baseball and make them play football or something smite your enemies yes strike them down which is always fun the owner of time magazine says Facebook is the new cigarette I don't offer enough time to get to that today on all we've got the study that came out about blue light and how the blue light coming on your phone in your computer screen is killing your brain cells shorten your life and ruining your eyesight middle hit on that again lay a little bit later and things you can do about that I turn off the blue light on my phone do you know that you can do that I do that all day long to try to save my eyes but coming up we're gonna talk to one of our favorite political pundits in existence lan he chan and I am going to leave it up to him honestly what is got your attention because I wonder a guy like him what's on your mind is it right is that the the impeachment is that the debate is it the Turkey Syria stop what's on your mind right now one HM coming up on the Armstrong get issue.

"three decades" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"three decades" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"History and cross over the military demarcation line is in North Korea last year in April only to watch talks fall apart the north Koreans blast to South Korea stop talking to South Korea after the diplomacy with the United States stalled so they know that they're dealing with a very brittle northern neighbor and unforgettable northern neighbor and they hope for the best they've also been down the road where things out go off the wheels two crew members eight passengers are dead killed when a small twin engine plane crashed into a hangar during takeoff at a Dallas area airports Sunday national transportation safety board vice chair Bruce Landsberg reports at plane crashed after nine AM Sunday at the Addison municipal airport that's about twenty miles north of Dallas the plane was headed to Saint Petersburg Florida closing arguments begin Monday in the trial of a navy seal Edward Gallagher accused of murdering an ISIS prisoner Christopher Cruz says one eighty prosecutors say not only did Gallagher kill the young man he posed for photos next to his corpse they also say he shot at non combatants and intimidated other seals who might report his actions the prosecution rested its case Friday after calling fourteen witnesses over six days a prosecution witness startled the courtroom when he said he had seen Gallagher stab the prisoner but he had been the one who suffocated him defense attorneys say Gallagher's younger comrades harbored a personal grudge against him because he was an old school hard charging warrior on Christopher Cruz city see says the number of reported measles cases on the first six months of this year of top one thousand the highest number in nearly three decades I'm only a Francis make a healthy choice about the air you breathe start.

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"three decades" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And over three decades of Rosie on the house. Our number four, or our weekly radio broadcast, and we're trying something new today, actually something that. Just came up this week we, we talked about it in concept. So each one of our hours is designed to be a standalone, our each our has its own theme. It's on topic are seven o'clock hour. The newest our Roseana house. We've been doing that one since February fourteenth two thousand fourteen. It's our all Zona topics, staycationing stories, we had a guest talking about the German POW prisoners that escaped Pap ago, park, content or POW camp during World War Two with the intent to get jumping up kayak, they rigged, and the Hilo river and float down to Mexico. Great our, our eight o'clock hour is are we call it, our outdoor living our and we rotate in a monthly guest, depending on what week of the month that is for second third or fourth. And we had a fifth week this week. We had great date Greg Petersen back in talking rainwater harvesting and gray water harvesting, and stormwater harvesting with Don tightness in our nine o'clock. Hour is generally an pass what we call our open home our. It's completely open all topics. We've got a lot of different publications that we read, new products. New developments building trans real estate open calls open text open form any topic, and then ten o'clock we have what we call our own the house, our where we have a guest with us talking about something specific on the house. And we kind of we're always looking how to make Rosie on the house better, how to find new ways we can be every Arizona homeowners. Best friend is there something we're missing? As there's something we could improve on and. What happens very often. Is our listeners will listen to our guest, and then, as the our closes the lines blow up and we've got all these calls that we need to clear as the next live program is coming in behind us. And we've got a kick them all off the line and follow up later. We're telling you know what, what if we reversed are eight and nine o'clock hour. So we have our on the house. Our with our guest at nine and ten o'clock hour, reverse ten o'clock hour, we have our open home, our so we're doing that this week. Dave burns with green idea was in all last hour talking home energy audits. Dave's hanging out with us for the next broadcast for rule over questions in conversation. I had a lot of follow up from the energy month. We've spent here at Rosie on the house. All the ancillary things that didn't get covered with our with our guests in the way of energy generation solar use alternate energy and you kind of an energy expert, too. So get your input in and thoughts on that. And of course, take our calls and our texts one triple eight. Nope. Nope. Nope. No forwarding numbers now, working sorry, six so two two seven seven five eight two seven that's six oh, two two seven seven KTAR. We've had little phone mess up yesterday. And we had a lot of calls in the nine o'clock hour, but we didn't get him. So we're, we're trying to get back in touch with you, as we go. There were all getting forwarded to Lance's cell phone and. I know he had a wedding. He attended last night. So I don't know how late that party went. I, I don't know how this morning, so his phone was probably blowing up going man can get all these girls phone numbers. Wait a minute. By the way, I want to make mention we did get a call from Fred in Phoenix, and Julian Glendale, and they wanted to give us a little Pat on the back about super cooling. They just started trying it. And they're seeing not more than just two dollars off a Bill. They're seeing significant savings, and we had a caller. I don't remember the gentlemen's name mom left. All my screen for the gentleman's said, okay. Please describe super cooling. You're it. It's like if you could picture.

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"three decades" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on KOMO

"To three decades accelerated preservation of the places we all love he says the proposal also speeds up the land protection line the county now hopes to preserve sixty five thousand acres over the next thirty years rather than the seventy five years it would take at its current pace the king county council must still approve the legislation romero komo news good gold bar the latest place in our region to allow you to drive an atv around town on city streets komo's suzanne phan in snohomish county expect to see wheel the bowl terrain vehicles on the streets of boulevard about two weeks or so it's been a law human row for about a year there are several rules drivers need to be licensed and insured and their a._t._v.'s need blinkers lights and mirrors just like a car they can't write on roads with a speed limit over thirty five supporters say the new law will bring riders enter visits to town soltan and stanley passed similar laws are they great idea it's about time my wife also wants to go the grocery store she wants to go up and get a bag ice joy jumping a car fisher that the city of snohomish is also considering a pilot program to allow a._t._v.'s on its streets city council will most likely be reviewing a proposal in late august in monroe suzanne phan komo news a yakima county man will have to pay up for the way he tormented his neighbor when she was trying to teach piano lessons a state appeals court says a lower court ruling against paul pet note of ceelo was justified and he's been ordered to pay forty grand for the emotional distress because distress he caused his neighbor young kim spicer operates the arts academy and the sounds from her piano lessons annoyed pat note so he parked his ford f to fifty diesel truck next to her house remotely race the engine and purposely set off the alarm when students came over testimony indicated this went on for four months until she sued a little mediation their rights little neighborhood med bill sports back year from the early exterior sports says we're talking a half hour ago about the name for the x._f._l. team year and elisa's come up with a brilliant one i have i have to because it could be seattle squash like squash in it or skit seattle squash what do you think well squash kind of went with the sonics inspired by wash one i did omit no come on luke warm to that one to the one i did omit was the seattle fury d like that at all better than wild and and surge about the seattle meatloaf it was a meatloaf kind of baseball series for the mariners in milwaukee let me explain they were in position for an unlikely three-game series sweep over the potent brewers but as the great meatloaf reminds us Two out of three. i'm now i'm described icicles instead of tears meatloaf these days anyways shed a few pounds orlando are see is three run homer supported the pitching of trace anderson and the milwaukee brewers took down the mariners four to two in beer town seattle head south to houston for a weekend series now the astros today were pounded by pittsburgh tend to nothing craig kimbrel picked up his first say for the chicago cubs nine seven win over atlanta england the first nation into the semi-finals at women's world cup they took out to norway today three nil former w._s. cougar klay thompson plans to meet with the golden state warriors wants to stay in the city by the bay he's going to apparently get the max free agent contract worth one hundred ninety million dollars over five years for that you could probably live in san francisco sports updates at ten forty after bill swartz on the home of the huskies komo news komo news time is for twelve a new study suggests morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer a._b._c.'s amy robot discussed the study with a._b._c.'s medical editor dr jennifer ashton tell us a little bit about what this breast cancer in sleep studying means for morning people and those who aren't well this was an incredibly interesting study amy because it first of all you hear say all the time we have to be careful when we hear data or new headlines that just are based on association this study actually looked for an observation and association and then tried to prove causality cause and effect so let me tell you what they did they looked at people's we call it krona type so i have never heard that term before really but it's whether you describe yourself as a morning person or an evening person it didn't cite hours with that then it identified how many went on to develop breast cancer and then it did genetic analysis on those people that's where they tried to prove cause and effect and what they showed was actually a protective effect amongst people who describe themselves as morning people they had a lower risk of going on to develop breast cancer now here are my caveats with this when we hear a study like this or a headline we only hear one outcome as a doctor has a person we have to think holistically not just by body parts so while it might be protective against breast cancer to be a morning person maybe we'll find that it's bad against another outcome so again you have to take this with a little bit of a grain of confused because i if given left to my own devices i would be a night person for sure but i don't have heard that about you Waking up early. it's amy rohbock with medical editor dr jennifer ashton brings us to fourteen other update on komo aaa traffic.

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"three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For more than three decades, I've prided myself on creating the very best miles for. My patients. Hi, I'm Dr Alex McMillan McMillan sedation dentistry, and we offer total solution industry, which includes comprehensive and cosmetic dentistry, as well as implants from a single tooth. The full mouth restoration, whether it's yellow or doing teeth, Peter crooked chipped or broken or years of not seeing a dentist. We can restore your smile one. That's balanced, and natural ebbing militarization industry. We have the very latest technology implants, the new standard of care for a single tooth or full mouth replacement and denture stabilization. And we offer spa quality comforts, the pamper and relax, you let my team work with you to Taylor at treatment plan to fit your schedule and financial considerations. Mcmillan sedation dentistry quality excellence and comfort. Call seven three five three nine four nine zero that's seven three five three nine four nine zero. Learn more and see our smile gallery at smile, easy dot com. That's Silenzi dot com. My good friends at the media research center, planning terrific cruise to the Mediterranean September, and it's filling up fast now I know people who've gone on the and they tell me, nobody does it better than m are say they have a top notch speaker lineup that's filled with people who love doing gauge with people just like you, would you like to spend a couple hours, having dinner with Colonel Allen, west discussing the issues of the day, have I what Cal Thomas Joe Piscopo? That's what happens on these cruises. Now, if you haven't done, so already, I recommend you go to 'em. RC cruise dot com and look at that speaker lineup. Check out the great ports, visiting in Greece and Turkey in Italy. Learn about that brand New Holland America ship. You'll be on, you can call eight eight eight m RC trip and talk to someone and they'll answer all your questions. Don't put it off. Go to MARCY cruise dot com or call eight m RC trip today that MARCY cruise dot com. M R RC cruise dot com. Eight m RC trip. So great able to hear, you.

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"three decades" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With people. I say fake retired the half the people say I'm coming back next week. But yes, I'm actually retired by like the mess around and please continue to mess around mess around with yourself. You convince yourself to come back. Don't never know if you mess around that much about it. I might convince myself like you said, but I don't know. I kind of like it right now he went on to say, I kind of liked retirement. I'm breasting recovery. I'm feeling good. It's all going. Well, it's all good. I don't believe you. The brother didn't they Lombardi trophy while you're at oh my God. He's this. Fox in the NFL agrees to cut down on the next Super Bowl commercial breaks year going to be Super Bowl fifty four as per the sports business daily reported this earlier today, let's see the NFL and FOSS agreed to run four Ed Briggs per quarter during next year's game instead of the five they'd run in the past three decades that represents I mean, we notice it over the course of one spot break. Maybe not. But over the course of a foreign four hour game, you might. Yeah. Will games take forever and get back to the game? These commercials are long. I think you're gonna notice this more than having more frequent commercials. Shorter more frequent commercials. Listen, you go away for you know, whatever two minute break wall. And I don't care about the commercials. I honestly in one of them. I never will be. I really don't care. I c t I don't disagree. I'm talking about. If you're watching the football game. And it goes a commercial break, man. Wait.

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"three decades" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

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"three decades" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the forum for three decades, the remarkable warrior Queen in jingle led the resistance against Portuguese incursions into what is now and Gola when the Dutch arrived in the sixteen forties, hungry for a slice of the action and jingle made a deal with this new player hoping to turn the tables on the Portuguese in part to also learn about enjoying this complicated relationship with Christianity and her attempts to keep sisters safe. And we'll find out how her legacy has been preserved. BBC news with MacIntosh the Russian President Vladimir Putin is meeting the leader of North Korea Kim Jong UN in Vladivostok's the two men smiled as they show cans. It's the first summit the two of held Mr Putin, welcome Mr. Kim's efforts to normalize relations with the United States later today. President Putin is due to join other world leaders in Beijing for summit on China's Belton road investment program representatives from more than thirty states. Taking part president Xi Jinping announced the initiative in two thousand thirteen as a way to expand Beijing's global links. The former chairman of the Nissan Motor company colors Goan has been granted bail for a second time by a court in Tokyo, golden faces four charges including misuse of company funds. He denies the charges. A mass demonstration is used to take place later today in the Sudanese capital Khartoum to maintain pressure on the transitional military council to handover to a civilian administration quickly on Wednesday three of the most controversial figures on the military council of their resignations the United Nations. Children's fund has wounded cases of measles around the world of nearly trebled compared with the same period last year. Unicef says millions of children haven't been vaccinated an American white supremacist. John William king convicted of killing an African American in under Torius hate crime, two decades ago has been executed in Texas. The victim James Virginia was hitchhiking when three white supremacists. Chain. Him to a pickup truck and dragged him for five kilometers, a sequel to Anthony Burgess is novel a clockwork orange has been discovered nearly fifty years after the author abandoned the project called the clockwork condition. The nonfiction manuscript was written by Burgess in response to the heat debate generated by Stanley Kubrick's film. BBC news. Welcome back to the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Roger data, and I'm talking about Jinja the extraordinary seventeenth century Queen of Angola with historians. Linda, Heywood rookie Nello Ferrara and Toby green. Now at the start of the sixteen forties, the relationship between gender, and they put your keys was an uneasy. One. The Portuguese continued military expeditions to punish tribes loyal to her. And they also held one of our sisters fringy as hostage and then in sixteen forty one along come the Dutch in anger intent on getting the proceeds of the slave and silver trade for themselves as part of their grand strategy to disrupt Portuguese holdings on both sides of the Atlantic. So Toby, what do they do go to and what impact to this have? So the Dutch had for quite a number of decades being in contact with Congo of and author of of Angola, and they had also seized. The main Portuguese holdings in northern Brazil in sixteen thirty until then they haven't been involved in the transatlantic slave trade. Although they've been trading in west Africa since the fifteen ninety s but that a large leaning cloth, ivory and other products. Once they took those stations in the north Brazil, they realize right away that as has said, you couldn't work those patients without captive African labor. And so go to which was the main source of the trade in in captives in that period became a target for them. And they sent a fleet to seize it in sixteen forty one also seized the end of south of may at the same time, which is important entrepot. And they thought to gain control of the Portuguese slave trading routes the Portuguese had connections quite long way into the interior. There were is known as the poem Bayrou's who would take goods from the Atlantic on credit and trade in the interior in return with captain they tried essentially to take hold of those routes, but they didn't have the same connections as the poor. He's had. So they found that difficult, but it did create a another player who became an ally of both Zinger and Congo against the Portuguese, and it became essentially a real sight of job corps conflict rookie down. I mean, the Dutch were not any partisans as opposed to to the Catholic for gays, but they had very different ideas about trading, then perhaps most importantly, they would finding the Portuguese for control of the global trading empire. And also against the Portuguese Spanish union back in Europe for the independence of Holland. So engine seem to be playing the Dutch and put your gaze off each other. But did that plan work Rogin outta so in Jinja is extremely strategic. She has this alliance with the Dutch to get rid of the Portuguese. In addition should that this is a global conflict historian Charlotte's boxer caused this the first World War because it takes place in the Americas in Brazil in Africa. And by that, we mean, not only in garland something. But also the Gold Coast the overall Amina in sixteen thirty seven and it takes place in Asia as well. So the poster gives loss in Asia, the rain surely dove, the Dutch out of Brazil, so they won in Brazil and in Africa. This was a guy. So the fleet the dove the out of Angola came from Brazil, which is highly significant it did not come from Portugal. Meanwhile, what happens is the also the Portuguese. They basically overrun in jingles based they capture one of his sisters that was a critical turning point because up to that point this big Titian buying Chinga was that she would finally be able together with the Dutch to crash the bushes and the late sixteen forty s there was a series of setbacks for. Jenga? I the Portuguese recaptured her sister Campbell. Then they killed her other sister fungi for spying and the Dutch departed having just lost two series of major battles. So Linda, what next Jenga was very disappointed with the Dutch because she had her troops were coming in. And she could spy that ship leaving. So that's very important jingle really thought that she could get the Portuguese to leave Angola because she ended that would defeat the Portuguese. So Jenga decided at that point that she would then I have to change your strategy after the departure of Dutch in Jinja retreated back to Matamba and continued sporadic warfare against the Portuguese. It was during these skirmishes that had troops captured a couple of cappuccino missionaries as well as Congolese priest named father Zelazowa, Linda was father's not important to engender. What role did the cappuccinos play? Well, jingle recognized father Salata as a person who introduced her to Christianity back in one some twenty five years before. So she made him stay as her court and became chief secretary Jenga wanted missionary succumb, but she was very suspicious distrusted the Justice seeing them as part of the Portuguese military machine. So when she wanted to get herself recognize by pope as a Christian Queen. So that this would be another way she could protect the legacy of Matanzas independence. She tried to get the Capuchins at this ambassadors and intimate Aries on her behalf, and she would send letters directly to the pope by the Capuchin. The Capuchins were Italians not Portuguese and they had come specifically at the request of the king of Kongo to have a neutral closure because the Portuguese always. Wanted to take over the clergy in Congo and Jenga did not want this to happen in metabol-. So very cleverly. She's again playing off the different European groups as it were and particularly religious ones against each other again. Very good at doing this. But Linda, tell me in which case what were and jingles true feelings about Christianity. She just using it as a strategic tool, I think Jenga was very spiritual. But jingles spirituals was bombed up with her politics. So that at one point she would exploit the local traditions when she had to solve a local situation and at other points global program to becomes strategic. But I believe in the end she did in fact, deeply feel at peace with Christianity. Now, we've mentioned jingo sister Campbell. She was held by the Portuguese and Luanda for decade as a hostage. Toby? How did that influence in jingles strategy towards the Portuguese in the sixteen fifties? Well, she needs to find a way to extricate her. Sister from the poor is she has to use Christianity strategic air foyer. She's not going to be able to manage that. If she is not a Christian. She has not converted at the same time. She has to change her economic strategy has strategy of trade because what was most important was people. Of course, sisters the mental part of and even though getting history wasn't a main preoccupation. She did still drive a hard bargain. She is as one of the letters to the Portuguese governor testifies with respect to two hundred slaves. Your lordship requests around some for my sister. That is a very exacting price. Particularly since I have already given slaves to pass governor's envoys to say, nothing of my gifts to secretaries and servants from your noble house and many settlers whose treachery high still enjoy to this day. What I am so bold as to offer your owner is one hundred and thirty slaves one hundred of whom I will. Send a soon as my sister reaches Mbeka. I will keep your envoy hostage until I see with my own eyes. My sister arriving in my court to make sure that I will not be wrongly used again as I have been bypassed governors. Even though I understand what you're delegation is a very honest one. I want to avoid further grief because mine noblemen remain suspicious as they remember the seats of the pulse. Satory? She's driving a heart bogging. Yes. I mean, she knows this is her land kingdom territory. And although the Portuguese are geopolitically in a strong position. They occupy an Clave, and you know, she is not going to be outdone in the Gauthier shins. And I think that's very rookie in sixteen fifty seven jingo. She signs a peace treaty with Portugal. Do we get the feeling here that she's getting a little bit weary of the lifelong struggle, which is being through at this point? I think the key point does your political situation in the second half of the seventeenth century by them, the Portuguese could do more than what they had done before perhaps because of this consolidation of this power in that region. And by that, I mean, not only one and the out for us in the interior. But also the connection with Kasonge. That is an alliance was the kingdom of concern. So the Portuguese have levers, so she has to do with his political military configuration and at the same time, for example. When it comes to the king of in Dongo, the Portuguese were able to conquer that kingdom. Militarily? That again, it highlights the fact that it is a presence. That's is in the process of becoming even more stronger in that area. So we're coming down to the last years of engine is life. We see trying to turn both himself and the people around her into pious Christians along the lines advocated by the cappuccino brothers who are now operating in Matanza, Linda, how did this manifest itself in terms of daily life in the kingdom? Well, drink try to ensure that the church was always open, she encouraged people to renounce their earlier practices and become Kristen whenever she received a communication from room. She would actually perform read it out, and you don't make very passionate. It would come in the it would be translated into Kim bundle. She wanted to Capuchins to teach people to. Form a brotherhood of the rolls free in Matamba. And she she tried to all things that people would in fact, being courage to accept this new Villigen now during these last decades rookie, no more and more people who came into contact with nj kingdom found themselves transported to Brazil, tell me how that influence the perception of her in Brazil, the majority of people who slaved in Brazil came from that area, which means that they're carrying the memories. And when it comes to this African cultural heritage in Jinja is central. So the memory of Inge Inga, never really fades away. So we see ginger in the Congonhas we see inching in Brazilian music. So we see in jingo being activated mostly on a cultural level, which gives strength to people who in the past had to negotiate live under colonialism and slavery before she died in sixteen sixty three jingle wanted to ensure that her sister Campbell also known as Barbara would succeed says she married bobber of to a powerful in Bengal leader called in Jenga Muna, Linda what happened next. Well, the kingdom pass to her sister, Barbara and jangle Mona is still very much. An embassy gala and he undermines her role Baba's at this time quite old. So that he is able to mobilize the in Bengal faction and at Baba's step. They then take over and he tries to undo everything that jangle all the religious traditions and the way in which jingle had reformulated society. He tried to undo that. And that ended in a civil war the kingdom, then passed another line of jingles JR. Okay. That's how James name lives on in the centuries following her death, both in terms of the oral traditions of Africa as well as in some of the other Landers, fantasies, the European writers can cook about it. Just give me some examples of that. So in the nineteenth century accounts of some of the trade is going from the coast of Angola inland towards Cassange in other areas of northern central Angola and finding oral traditions. For example, places which meaning in Kim. This is where this happened Jing..

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