37 Burst results for "Twenty Six Years"
Fresh update on "twenty six years" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I don't care what you say. That's fun. All you hear about in the news is millennials the millennials. I gotTa tell you I got a whole building full millennials I love millennials. The ones that get it, they get it more than any generations ever. Got It. The ones that don't get it. They're easy. And you can get rid of them. So I mean there's just two types awesome and socks, and I just got a whole building full of awesome and it's absolutely incredible. They I mean you take a twenty six year old that they can do anything man it's absolutely incredible. We're so proud of you guys well, well, done very well done. So cool. Yeah. This generation is not a victim of the student loan thing. There victim of some of you politicians trying to convince them that they need you. Don't need you. Nobody needs you. All of you Oughta just go home and your money back. Because, we need our money back because we've been ripped off everything we've paid you a bad investment. All you politicians was absolutely horrible. If you worked for me, I'd fire your but for incompetence and crooked. And you're everywhere. We don't need you. What happens in the white? House is not GonNa Affect Your Life People. It's what happens at your house. I have I'm old. I've existed under Democrats and Republicans. I've made good money and lost good money under both and neither time was it their fault? I've never been successful because someone from Washington sent me any money. I've been successful because just look down and said, this is going to happen when I do it, and that's what this generation's doing they realize. Wisely. That the authorities. Are? Stupid. And, it's not up to them to fix your life. It's up to you to fix your life. You are the secret sauce baby. You're the secret sauce.
Dr Aaron Tressler, DC Making Pittsburgh Healthy
"Welcome back to another edition of the Islamic Pittsburgh podcast. We are a podcast along with our sister podcast moving to live. The firmly believes in the ethos movement is a lifestyle, not just an activity I've said before some of our best guests come from recommendations or searching around in the Internet today's guest is actually coming because he searched out on the Internet and found me a couple of months back in sent me an email and said, hey, I've got this podcast making Pittsburgh healthy and I'd like to interview you for it and we did the interview will post that in the show links you can go listen to that podcast in IT'S A. Great, example of breaking. Down Knowledge Silos because there's so much knowledge out there. Sometimes, you don't know where to turn or sometimes you're just not aware of it. So I'm really happy day to be talking to Dr Aaron Tressler He is a chiropractic physician. He has a podcast her and as somebody who's on the north side of fifty. Also, what I think is great is he's taking the ethos movement is a lifestyle seriously because it fifty plus years of age won't let him share how old is if he wants not only is he a regular mover but he still plays rugby. So Dr. Tressler. Thanks for taking time to TALK TO FIT lab. About Movement and about your podcast to which I think is a great thing. Well, thanks for having me on the show. Ben. I love sharing my story and I love to hopefully inspire motivate people to get healthier whenever journey there on hopefully today after today's episode, they'll do a little bit more and have fun and like. I'm always curious as people who listen to fill out Pittsburgh. No one of my first questions I always ask every guest is are you a Pittsburgh native if so why are you still here if not what brought you to Pittsburgh? I am I grew up about forty five minutes east of Pittsburgh in the country and a went to slippery rock, my health and physical education specializing especially when. Back in nineteen, eighty seven and I moved West Palm Beach Florida get my teaching job when I was lived on there I began playing rugby there. I said they'll never come back. I said I have not coming back to the snow went to Chiropractic school in Georgia life and I chose that because it had the best rugby team. In any Brackley School, what are the best in the nation? And then after that, we had one daughter we my wife was pregnant with our second and I thought we gotta get we should get close to family so I did the trip back to Pittsburgh and I've been here ever since twenty six years here so and I love it it's it's great. So I'm always interested to hear when somebody does a career change into go from teaching to Chiropractic although I think you would agree that as a chiropractor you are teaching or educating it's just a different body but what was it at a? As a young teacher in high school or junior high school or elementary school says, okay I'm done with this. I'M GONNA. Go to chiropractic school. How did you find that path? It sounds crazy I I really believe God led my path the was orchestrating it. I didn't know at the time but I was Going back to slippery rock, they did a phenomenal job teaching. Physical Education is an education without her physical body. We have nothing that's how I look at it and. They so I, I graduated with the Palm Beach and It was looked at as like a gym teacher and remember parents saying to me once Did, you have to go to school to be a gym teacher and it just Just irked me. Teachers didn't understand the importance of integrating physical movement with the kids were they would say, Hey, the kids they didn't get their schoolwork that we're going to keep him out of your class to get their math at the wait a second. This is physical movement. This is just as important learning three plus three. So I had the best school in Jupiter Florida, a brand new school I was so frustrated I visited like university in Atlanta and I saw the rugby team and the rugby players me into just do it and you'll love it. It's great. I said, we're planning to get married my wife and I I said that let's do it. She said, okay. So I finished up my third year teaching got married. Atlanta Georgia playing rugby like two weeks later and I woke up thinking, how will you get here? So I love to I love Chiropractic I love integrating exercise movement nutrition lifestyle choices with the body and keeping his body healthy because it is absolutely incredible. I'm also always curious how people find out. There sports activities are the lifetime of movement where was it? You were first exposed to rugby from. What your age is, I. Know that that point in time in the late seventies early eighties a high school student. Rugby. Probably. Wasn't that comet I mean it's still common but I know there's a few teams in the Pittsburgh area. I. Never heard of it. I. Played Sports was a little kid by love football baseball and then going to slippery rock I didn't play their played intramural stuff and they talked about the rugby team I thought that's crazy. I am not playing rugby. You guys are saying when I moved to Florida my roommate. On the rugby team and I was playing softball for local church and I was the crazy I was diving into at second base diving for every ball. I'd leap filthy broken and this is a church league and they're looking me saying why you're doing this. If you'RE GONNA play all up. So my roommate talked me into visiting watching a game. So I went watch the game thinking that this is going to be brutally insane I. Loved it. I thought this is this is just what I want for pair spikes on a mouthpiece. The next Tuesday I was at practice and that was back in nineteen, eighty, eight of fifty. Four and I've been playing almost consistently several years off and on with the team Kinda folded up in that. Yeah. Fifty four still going strong. It's like celery shot shut me with some some rugby blood in my system and I can't get it up. My wife thinks I'm crazy but I think she's given up on trying to talk me out with this one.
Fresh update on "twenty six years" discussed on The Travel Wins
"For twenty six years as a stripper and then there's some other people that do it just to get through school for some people to feel like. Four or five years like it's I've met. I can't even tell you and here's the main reason I can't tell you there are no industry specific. Yeah they're not serving. They don't care enough to know what our averages is or what our careers look like nobody cares to do that work. So I can't answer that question I just think is is that why? Maybe that's why the mistreatment happening to my wife. My wife was a caucus in New York at New York. New York. And Vegas. For eighteen years but you for Culinary Union. So. Once they were unionized, you know all the cocktail waitresses it. It's a different world. It's You know the benefits insurance it's You can't just get fired you can't you know. Yeah exactly. I think the mistreatment calms I think you're the mistreatment Fan? Workforce. And when I'm talking about.
Talking Arab-Israeli Peace with Acting Consul General Israel Nitzan
"Israel needs on is a veteran. Israeli. Diplomat who has served in a diverse array of postings from Egypt to the UN to his current role as Israel's acting consul general in New York. There's been a lot of news out of Israel lately and Acting Consul General Nitzan joins us now to help us break it down and to share his country's view Israel. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you very much. Now we wanted to have. You on this week in particular because Israel has brand new diplomatic ties with the UAE and bunkering and you are one of the relatively few Israeli diplomats who actually already has experience representing Israel in an Arab country what do you think actual practical on the ground peace with the in both rain might look like is it going to be similar to the Israel Egypt relationship that you know up close or is it going to be something totally different? Of. All I. think that it is different. This agreement is an important milestone region undermine stolen today in our Middle East. So we strategically and regionally, it strengthens our actually formalize ties within our relationship with very important regional glares in the Arab. Gulf. Sunni Arab countries who first of all perceived a threat posed by Iran we showed the perception of the threat posed by Iran and we agree also on the ways to address this threats basically I think that in the last few weeks I, think that both Israel and needs Sunni Arab neighbors in the Gulf called on the International. Community to continue in the maximum pressure on Iran. So this is at least from this angle. Secondly, you mentioned Egypt and I think that in many ways yes it is going to be a different kind of beast i. think it seems that is much warmer piece. I think that the key to peace in our region is encouraging more and more people to people engagement, and this is what we've seen in the last few weeks when people from the Gulf on social media, it seems clear that there are thrilled about the relationship very excited, actually encouraging and initiating a dialogue with Israelis This is great and I think that this is the key to any future of peace in our region especially with our neighbors that people people engagement is so key and it's so interesting. I mean Israel has had peace with Jordan for. Twenty Five Years Twenty six years peace with Egypt for even longer there's a little bit of Sinai tourism but like it's not a thing for Israelis to you know drive to Amman for lunch right? Do you think Israelis are going to fly to Dubai? Abu Dhabi. Fly to Montana and kind of explore the Arab, Gulf. I think definitely, yes. Of course, we are in a different reality to covid nineteen but I think that the expectation is already an ongoing dialogue between Israelis and moralities over zoom Israeli universities, research centres startups have already reached out and initiated this very important dialogue with their colleagues into golf. They'll talking about basically using our innovative meaning both Israel and the UAE innovative spirit. You know the the needs of people and I think that this is also one thing that is clear that the idea here in this piece that we prioritize both Israel in the UAE, prioritize the needs. Of their people and this is the first step you know to promote the regional peace no. As we said, there is an ongoing dialogue between the peoples between Israeli civil society between startups between companies in Israel I. think that You you mentioned my experience in Egypt and I think that what? I know from my experience in Egypt, the pieces for our job I need must be nurtured, and in many ways, the key to everything is education especially educating the younger generation basically educating them to accept the other two except the different to accept Israel as a legitimate neighbor. In many ways, I, think that the secret to success of any peace in our region will be found in the media and the textbooks, and basically these two means educating people today first of all in the media forming an encouraging public opinion supportive of peace. And also the textbooks educating the leaders of tomorrow through schools, universities, and basically educating them about accepting the other accepting Israel as a neighbor as A. Member neighbor-. Neighborhood
A Bad Day IN Austin
"Thursday. May Eighteenth. Nineteen. Seventy. Austin Texas. It's just after midnight when twenty six year old patrolman. Ralph NATO. Stopped. A Red Nineteen, sixty, six Mustang. On East Live Oak Street. Near Travis Heights Boulevard. The officer called in a code for routine traffic violation check. The officer approached the vehicle. The driver was a young woman. Sheila Maynard. Sitting. Shotgun was a white male in his late twenties. The officer obtained their names and information and walked back to his patrol car. Officer abloh NATO wrote Michener a ticket for driving without a license Iran a radio check on the passenger David. Lee Pow. The check came back the POW twenty seven years of age was a wanted man. Wanted for some minor infractions, misdemeanor theft, and too hot check charges. Abloh NATO. Got Out of his patrol car. And once again, he approached the vehicle, the officer was hit with automatic gunfire coming from the vehicle in front of him. The shots. Knocked out the rear window of the Mustang. The officer was hit several times in the arm and chest. His bulletproof vest that he was wearing, which was standard procedure for Austin patrolman and seventy eight. was really no match for the high powered gunfire. abloh. NATO went. down. The Mustang drove off. Somehow. abloh. NATO was able to send out a distress call. Austin PD officers rushed to the scene. Officer Joe Villegas spotted the sixty six Mustang about two blocks away. In the parking lot of the, Travis Park Apartments. Bogus pushed the pedal to the floor approaching the park vehicle at a high rate of speed. As he got closer. Shots were fired coming from the Mustang. Villegas was able to avoid being hit. He slammed on the brakes and returned fire. Then David Lee POW still in the passenger seat. pulled. The pin from a hand grenade and tossed it at Villegas thankfully, if failed to explode. Then, the woman. Sheila. Maynard. Jumped out of the vehicle with their hands raised high screaming at the officer. She surrendered. POW, flung open the passenger door and ran for the woods. By now. swelled. Thirty. AM. Officer, Ralph Abloh NATO. was rushed to the nearest hospital. Officer Abloh NATO died shortly after arrival. About twenty-five police in at least two armed security officers surrounded the woods. which was estimated to be a mile long and half a mile wide. They stopped dozens of cars and pedestrians. They waited and waited. But David Powell never came out. Just after six am. And we decided that six police to canine officers would enter the woods and go in there and get POW. The remaining police were to maintain the perimeter. They wanted only a small amount of police officers to enter the woods to minimize the risk. They decided that no one else was to enter. They needed a set number of officers only. That way. If they saw any movement at all, they would know immediately, it was not a fellow officer. In other words, they were prepared to shoot on sight. The two dogs and six officers entered the woods with flak jackets and loaded shotguns. To armed security guards who shifts ended hours ago but decided to stay and assist the police in any way they could. Now. Decided, it was time to call it a night and let the police do their jobs. Guards Charles Howard. Gary Nelson. We're now near Travis high. When they spotted movement. The two guards with pistols drawn move slowly toward something they saw moving in the bushes. A man crouch down trying to conceal himself. At a distance of about three feet, one of the guards a stern voice instructed the man to come out. Before standing up. The man said, loudly, his voice shaking I'm not going to do anything. And he slowly emerged from the bushes. The guards handcuffed him and called the police.
Trump condemns 'dangerous anti-police rhetoric' in Kenosha visit
"A presidential visit dividing kenosha Wisconsin a city shaken by unrest sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake and we're going to help them a lot despite pleas from local officials that he stay away. The president used a visit to a key battleground state to press his hardline law and order campaign message. We have to condemn the dangerous anti police rhetoric. It's getting more and more. It's very unfair. You have. Some bad apples I said yesterday I said it last night. There are under tremendous pressure he's referring to a Fox News interview Monday night where he compared the actions of the Kenosha police officer who fired seven shots into Blake's back to a golfer missing a Putt they shooting the guy in the back many times I've been. Couldn't have done something different but they choke just like in a golf tournament they missed three-foot comparing it to golf because of course, the media I'm saying people just ahead of his visit, the president refused to condemn seventeen year old kyle. Rittenhouse believed to be a trump supporter who's charged with shooting and killing two anti-racism protestors thirty, six year old Joseph Rosenbaum and twenty six year old Anthony Huber president trump appeared to justify written houses actions under investigation but I guess he was in very big trouble. He would have been. He probably would have been killed, but it's under it's under investigation. Joe Biden, blasting the president blaming him for stoking violence I think words for president. Matter And when they breed hatred, those folks are hiding none of the rocks come out the Biden campaign in a statement today saying the president of the United States is bizarrely highlighting the unrest and division. He has stoked refusing to condemn violence committed by his own supporters an election year fight over who can keep America safe prolonging one cities pain
Israel and UAE agree to normalise diplomatic relations
"On August, thirteenth the United Arab Emirates and Israel announced historic agreement that had been brokered by the trump administration, this is a really good step in that direction economic relationships between the Emirates opportunities for innovation and science travel between these two places will now be open now American officials hope to build on that deal. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in the middle of a week long tour of the Middle East trying to persuade more Arab countries to normalize relations with Israel. What's taking place here is deeply consistent with what president trump set out to do created more stable more prosperous Middle East but there are still some naughty details related both defense and diplomacy to be worked out. POMPEO's trip to the middle. East is partly a victory lap after this diplomatic agreements between Israel and the U A partly, an effort to convince other Arab states follow suit Greg Carlstrom is middle, East correspondent and his based in Beirut. So he started the visit in. Jerusalem on Monday to meet with Israeli officials. Also, of course, traveling to the UAE, some meeting, the two parties to this agreement the other confirm stops on his trip are Sudan Bahrain, which are both Arab countries that the trump administration has identified as possible candidates for signing their own agreements with Israel in the future. So you you say that part of the visit is a victory lap about this deal with the United Arab Emirates. Why? Why is that such a significant breakthrough? This is the first time in twenty-six years that any Arab state has signed a diplomatic agreements with Israel the it's the first country in the Gulf only the third country in the region to formally recognize Israel. Now, of course, there have been years of quiet ties between the two countries. They have seen common interests because of their concerns about Iran to some extent, and in recent years to an even greater extent worries about Turkey and Turkey's allies in the role that political Islam plays in the region. So this deal this agreement now allows both countries to make that public and so what are the next steps for this deal? It will take a long time to hash out the details of this agreement. It's going to be months if not years before we see tourists regularly flying back and forth between Tel Aviv, and by there have been some preliminary steps so far last week phone lines between the two countries which had been blocked for decades where unblocked, and so there have been phone calls between Israel and the UAE ministers have spoken the defense ministers, the foreign ministers. Had calls with one another on Monday, top American officials including Jared Kushner and the American National Security Advisor. Go with an Israeli delegation to be for a tripartite meeting between the three parties to this agreement, they will meet on Monday and W to start a hashing out the details of things like embassies trade agreements, travel links between the two countries, all of the finer points of
2 Belarus opposition activists detained in the capital
"Well the reason authorities have detained two leading opposition activists who helped spearhead a wave of protests demanding the resignation of the country's authoritarian ruler for twenty six years the opposition's coordination council says the two members were picked up by police in the capital makes a move which signals president Alexander Lukashenko's determination to stifle the massive demonstrations now entering the third week the detention of opposition activists follows Sunday's demonstration in links the June estimated two hundred thousand people pushing for Lukashenko to step down following the August nine election which the opposition say was wrecked the detentions come a day off to you can go to the to the missile rifle in a show of force as he arrived at his residence by helicopter as protest is rented nearby I'm Charles Taylor this month
Israel and the UAE: why now and whats next?
"Is the greatest advancements toward peace between Israel and the Arab world in the last twenty, six years and it marks the third formal peace between Israel and an Arab nation. The diplomatic, Reproche Mon to nounce between Israel and the United Arab, Emirates last week is not in and of itself quite as big a deal as its orchestrators wished to claim the two countries have never been to war with each other the official hostility to Israel such as it was usually sounded pretty phoned in done for foresake when other Arab governments let fly with the fire-breathing choruses of condemnation in Israel's direction. The were generally very much in the back row of the quoi royal mumbling vaguely along hoping to be noticed. Israel and the US you have. Long. Dealt pretty, easily with each other Israeli ministers have made official visits to the Emirates. There are plentiful commercial ties between the countries Israel had already been invited to exhibit at Expo Twenty Twenty in by the intelligence services of Israel, and the have also long cooperated. The first official Israeli visited to the after the deal was announced was Yossi Cohen, director, of Masa Truly historic moment not since the Israel Jordan peace treaty was signed more than twenty years ago has so much. Progress has been made towards peace in the. Middle, East? By United Jew of America's closest and most capable partners in the region something which said could not be done. This deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful secure and prosperous middle. East US President Donald Trump is claiming credit for brokering this agreement but suggestions by his proxies and flunkies that this is somehow worthy of the Nobel peace prize he frantically desires. somewhat optimistic granted that President Trump's predescessor barrack Obama was just given. One is a sort of housewarming present but an exchange of ambassadors between Israel and the U. A is just not a seismic recalibration comparable with the peace reached between Egypt and Israel in Nineteen, seventy, eight or Israel and Jordan in nineteen, ninety, four, I say to the people of Israel and Jordan. Now. You must make this peace real. To, turn no man's land into every man's home. To take down the barbed wire to remove the deadly minds. To help the. wounds. Of War to heal. However via the normalization of Israeli, Emirati relations may not be big deal. It may portend things which are indeed it's the fact that it isn't a big deal which may be the really big deal here. Israel's only two previous such agreements with countries as referenced above were with Egypt and Jordan neighbors against whom they fought wars. They were extraordinary responses to extraordinary circumstances. The agreement with the UI founds a diplomatic relationship which seems more or less remarkable than say, a diplomatic relationship between Denmark and Malaysia Will Senegal and Peru. It could have a domino effect. There are already suggestions that some other Arab, states including. Bahrain and Morocco a coming around to the U. I-IT's way of thinking where Israel is concerned and from there, what else might be possible Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already spoken of hope that the direct flights which will shortly link Israel and the could be allowed to cross the skies above. Saudi Arabia. The prospect of an Israeli embassy in Riyadh might not seem exactly likely just yes. But nor does it seem any longer like a completely demented fantasy? I've Alanine Adam first of all. In our opinion this action is incorrect wrong one hundred percents. And it is a betrayal of the Palestinian. People and the will of Muslims and the will of quotes. Villas in autumn on Amazon one. Zero. Two significant shifts underpinning this realignment one is that in recent years Israel and the Arab states have discovered something they agree on Iran which regard as some combination of nuisance menace and existential threat. The other is that Israel and the Arab states have discovered something that they no longer disagree on at least old that much Palestine, which the rest of the Arab world seems less and less keen on pretending to care about a much ballyhooed component of the Israel you deal was Israel's promised to suspend its plans to annex the West. Bank. But it is difficult to believe Israel was ever entirely serious about that. Indeed it sounds in the light of the agreement exactly like the kind of mad idea you float. So you can make a big thing of agreeing not to do it as part of a subsequent diplomatic negotiation. News of the Israel. You a deal was very much not greeted by widespread dancing and celebrate tree hooting of car hoons in Gaza and Ramallah. There have been from Palestinian sources grim mutterings about betrayal by their fellow Arabs. Unfortunately, nowadays, most of the Arab is looking after their own interests at the expense of the Palestinian course. The wretched reality is that it's nothing. So sinister, it is simply that Palestine is increasingly regarded in Arab capitals as yesterday's cause and as a baffling boring headache one of the hardiest diplomatic truisms is Lord Pompton Quip that nations have no permanent friends no permanent enemies just permanent interests right now to the UAE and other Arab states which may follow. Israel seems a much more interesting ally than
Embattled Belarus leader jeered by workers as strikes grow
"Hello this is president is under further pressure to step down after twenty six years in power as the country held the ninth straight day of mass protests what could heckled and jeered president Alexander Lukashenko is he visited a factory in strikes grew across boundaries this is beneath the August ninth presidential election in which location K. secured a six time in power was raped you can send carefully by helicopter to a factory in the capital of Minsk to rally support but he was met by angry workers chanting go away he told the workers that he would never cave into pressure and a new election could be held but any oft repeating an amended version of its constitution an apparent bid to buy some time amid the growing political crisis I'm Karen Thomas
Belarus' leader rejects calls to rerun presidential vote
"The embattled president of Belarus tried to put on a show of strength on Sunday holding a rally with tens of thousands of supporters and rejecting any possibility of repeating the vote that gave him a sixth Tom But opponents countered with a fall launch a demonstration that attracted as many as two hundred, thousand people. Alexander Lukashenko who has ruled the former Soviet republic of nine point five, million people since nineteen ninety-four lashed out at the west and declared to his crowd that the country would perish as a state if the election will rerun. About fifty thousand people listened to Lukashenko. In a square near the main government building in the capital of Minsk. But as he spoke throngs of supporters streamed to their own rally about one and a half miles away, it was the eighth straight day of anti-government rations during his twenty six years in office. Lukashenko has repressed opposition figures and independent news media. But this year protest is fed up with the country's declining living standards and Lukashenko's dismissal of the coronavirus pandemic of pose the biggest challenge to his rule the sixty five year old president claimed on Sunday that Western powers were gathering military units in countries along Belarus's western borders and denounced suggestions by some. Western nations that Belarus should repeat the August ninth presidential vote echoing similar language from US President Donald Trump Lukashenko clad. If we follow their lead and rerun the election, we will perish as a state a day off to saying he and Russian President Vladimir. Putin would send unspecified security assistance to the former Soviet republic. If Lukashenko asked for it, NATO dismissed the president's claim about troops gathering tweeting there is no NATO buildup in the region. European Union foreign ministers have rejected the election results and on Friday began drawing up a list of officials in Belarus could face sanctions if Lukashenko would to resume a harsh crackdown, the response from the West could be even stronger.
Protests in Belarus as disputed early election results give President Lukashenko an overwhelming victory
"Doing. To set a companion. Yoshino Colella. Dollar, Mr Casio's. Which is The voice you can hear belongs to Sweat Lonard economics care the main opposition leader in Belarus he until recently was a stay at home mom. But after the arrest of her husband, she decided to enter the political arena. Over the past few months she has brought hope to thousands of people would desperate for change in a country that for twenty six years has been under the authoritarian rule of President Alexander Lukashenko. On Sunday, they took to the streets to despite the election result, which recorded a landslide victory for the president. The protesters were met with a vitamin response from the police. Over the past few days, thousands have been arrested and to have died. To Oscar has now left the country after an apparent threat children. I'm looking he was nearly. On Tuesday, she released this video. In it she looks anxious and her eyes Dart around the room. She says, she knows many will condemn her for leaving and that she wouldn't wish this choice on anyone. PUT She pleads look after yourselves. Roster. Not One life is worth what is happening now? She's PUT, the war. To police who? From The Guardian, I'm Rachel Humphries today in Focus. Could a protest movement in Belarus bring down President Alexander Lukashenko. Honolulu Cova. Your a journalist based in Minsk and on Sunday night, the exit polls Belarus's election were released and they showed president. Alexander Lukashenko, had one eighty percent of the vote people immediately began protesting across the country. Tell me what happened. It was a completely peaceful protest people just. To demand pay a result of this election. Belarus, Rue Stan's though recent protesters do not offer demolished buildings staredown building they just got it and then over staten more ride from these team and they started this I he pulled. Out Whenever rights survived people disappeared and then became again but then more forces came in, they started using rubber bullets and tear gas what can and so many people get injured. Also, know that finished bands at least twice rammed into protesters human rights defenders said at some point that there was one person who died. That's awful. What is it been like for you covering these protests? For me is a they think the red difference suggests like I. Minister of information with blame you if you don't wear your press card but if you wear those finds that then you will be targeted this, it'd be know about journalists targeted Robert Bullets and tear gas just because they were during this. Journalists detained as well and I know about. My colleague editor in chief at Neva he was coming back. There was on his way to his home when he was detained so he was probably surveilled. We don't know what what happens human where he is it actually the same portal for for many people journalists the disappeared be looking for them at detention centers, but also relatives of. Thousands of people, hundreds of people are looking for their brothers. So tyrants who who disappeared during this protest I mean that's incredibly scary hunter and you were journalists reporting on this yourself. Where you worried about what my to you yes. I mean on many levels I'm not at home. Now I'm elsewhere at a safe location which I will probably have to change. The Ron though rules like if new report from a conflict area, you still kind of can understand where you are where you cannot be and here is can detained can be arrested. You can get in anywhere and if you're journalists doesn't help one of the most outrageous impound in of this police brutality. People started gathering farther away from the city centre immune. I was also there and it was redefined away. They can. No protests could have happened that before it was just the. Protests this stay there for a while they wait completely peaceful nothing. They did nothing they were clapping cars for honking. And all of a sudden riot police came again. So we run away to car and. Then also stunned grenade were deployed and. Ride police started firing people and also cars. So he's Tongres Brennan hit exploded near our car actually have it on video.
The Racing Family that Death Couldnt Stop
"Welcome back everyone to pass gas As always. I'm your host, Nolan Sykes joined by my friends. One Joe Weber. What's up? And I'm sorry, I'm trying I'm trying to bring the energy, but this is also a very somber script already, and so I want to be entertaining Bhai also want to. Honor respectful. Done that. Be Entertaining, but respectful. And James. Humphrey. You hear him talking now. To, two. The river. All right anyway. gas. So today's are two part our second part of our story on the Isle of Man. T T we're talking about the Dunlop family, are you guys ready to get into it I? Am I think I just want to point out I. Think you're man is the one of the six nicknames I've ever? That's a great and I said well good. It's so it means it means you're a nice guy. It. Yet. It's a rare nickname that sounds really cool. But it also means you're Nice Kylie. Guy that the go-to guy whenever anything needs to be done. Man He's your man. Love it. Great. Start to great episode. Let's dive into it when Marjorie and Ian Forest and their twin teenage sons moved to their house on Douglas Road on the isle. Of Man. One. Of the things they look forward to was the opportunity to watch the legendary I'll of man tourist trophy races from their front yard after all, it's not every day that you can watch the best road racers in the world. Take a corner, your corner in front of your house at speeds of over one hundred, twenty miles an hour. Unfortunately, the forest family had no idea what they were in for on a practice day in two, thousand five, they heard a crash outside Yawkey Carlson, a Swedish racer had run into their gate and flipped into their garden. The Swede was severely injured. Medics rushed to the scene, but there was nothing they could do Carlson's name joined the two, hundred, fifty plus other men who had died on the t course. The horror didn't end there though officials told the forest family that was to logistically challenging to delay the practice and move Carlson's body instead who Carlson was zipped into a body bag on the Front Garden for ninety minutes as the road marshals waited for practice to end, all the garrisons could do was closed their curtains and forbid their sons from looking outside. We'll I got. Doubts pretty awful. there's no way around it. Motorcycle racing is dangerous. Even riding a motorcycle daily traffic puts you at risk of dying in a crash twenty, nine times higher than that. If you were in a car at the same time, motorcycle riders and racers understand that danger. In fact, it's part of what draws them to the sport. Unfortunately, there's no real way around risking your life unlike cars where technology has greatly improved safety and driver protection motorcycle crashes, you're basically experiencing the equivalent of a no seatbelt through the windshield accident every single time. And as dangerous as motorcycle racing is the Isle of. Man. T he stands out as a full degree of magnitude more dangerous than the rest. First of all public road courses like the Isle of Man were writers have to contend with what they call the furniture. That's sick. They're talking about telephone poles, ditches, garden walls. These are much more dangerous than closed circuit courses or dirt bike riding and racing. While those races do see fatal accidents there hasn't been a deadly crash in a speedway race since twenty sixteen and in the twenty years before that, there is an average of less than one year similarly motocross raced at much lower speeds also sees lower fatalities unlike public road races. These courses are designed with plenty of room to minimize danger to the writers. So if Motorcycle Race Games skydiving public road courses are like base. Base jumping in a wing suit taken an already dangerous activity and bringing it as close to the edge as possible. However, even among public road races, the Isle of Man is easily the most dangerous in the twenty seven years. The T T was part of the World Grand Prix, championship thirty, six racers died on the isle. Of Man. Obviously. More than one year. In comparison at Imatra, there were two fatalities in sixteen years at Hockenheim, three deaths in twenty six years. The second deadliest race after the man was a circuit day SPA francorchamps which. Baby Franker Jam Cams, which saw ten deaths in thirty five years making the Isle of Man and average four times deadlier than even the second most deadly race.
Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat
"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara
Sequential Comparisons Could Mean Better Witness Identifications
"In two thousand, six, a twenty, six, year, old California man named your riot courtney was sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping and rape despite having an alibi for the time the crimes were committed to witnesses. They saw lineup the police station and they both identified the same person and he was convicted entirely based on those two eyewitness Accounts Salk Institute for Biological Studies neuroscientist. Tom. Albright he says years later the California Innocence Project looked into the case and it turns out that the DNA that was found at the crime scene was not the DNA of Courtney after eight years behind bars courtney was set free, but his case is not unique now. Of cases in which individuals have been exonerated based on post conviction DNA analysis most of these innocent people were sent to prison because witnesses miss identified them somebody. Out of a lineup and that information was taken seriously by the police in the jury believed it why witnesses sometimes get it so wrong Albright explains that our memory for visual events is notoriously flawed. Somebody tells us that they saw something we figure it must be true. They saw with their own eyes lineups. Witnesses photos of six faces, five of innocent people and one of the suspect the eye witnesses simply asked to identify any person that they remember from the crime scene but only having them pick their top choice doesn't account for how well the witness remembers that face. This issue can result in errors. Albright's team thinks there's a better way by tapping into the strength of the witness's memory in an experiment they had volunteers watch a clip of a grisly crime scene from an obscure Hollywood movie. The next day these studies subject witnesses viewed a six person lineup that show just to faces at a time think of an eye test better. Now or now. So on each hair witness will vote for one or the other the faces which one looks more similar to the person you remember from the crime scene, we've been tabulate that vote and the face that has the largest number of votes is the winner compared to traditional lineup techniques. The two faces at a time method lead to a less biased and more accurate identification of the fictional perpetrator people are far better at making relative judgments than they are making absolute judgements. The study is in the journal Nature Communications the researchers think their approach to lineups has the potential to reduce wrongful convictions resulting in more justice for
People come to America for a dream
"Today we had the honor to talk to Nana Xanthi. She is an attorney and the executive director of the Black Alliance for justice immigration or. She's also the founder of the Community Legal Clinic and Transform Justice Center in legal these workshops as well as the founder of Justice Warriors Black Lives I. Hope you enjoy this conversation. Nana how are you today? I am well well, as can be expected in during these times and hoping you're well as well you know I am well despite everything, but one of the reasons that I'm grateful is because of the great work that women like you do in this country so excited to talk about the Black Alliance for just immigration, which is one of the organizations that the BG and wonder me a network which produces the BG podcast has been encouraging our audiences to support, so thank you. These organizations are critical in times like this. Thank you so very much? We appreciate that support and the support that we've gotten from black folks all over the globe. Appreciate it. Tell us a little bit more about the Black Alliance for just immigration, and what brought you to the organization? So the black lines for just immigration is a national black lead Immigration Rights Human Rights Racial Justice Organization. We are the largest of our kind in the United States. We educate we advocate. We organized on behalf of the. The roughly ten million Black Refugee and immigrant families in this country as well as black folks who are trying to come into the country, whether it be permanently or temporarily, and those who are seeking asylum. We have our headquarters in New York, but we also have offices in DC. Miami Atlanta Los Angeles and Oakland and we have staff in Houston, and in Minneapolis, so we pretty much are all over the place as well as doing work on the. Episode of the border in Mexico, at the northern border with Tijuana, and also we've been doing some work the southern border of Mexico in Chula where you have black asylum seekers coming to the United States through Mexico. In that way and the work that we do is national in many cases in terms of policy, and you know we've been very busy in that regard, especially in with this administration, we also do national work with respect to racial justice our. Former executive director open committee was one of the big three that started black lives matter, and so by has been involved in black lives matter since the beginning and we do that work, and then we also do local work regional work. I'm both on the policy side, but as well as more, and with even more vigor on the organizing side to make sure that we are pushing for racial. Economic and social justice with an right alongside our multigenerational African American siblings. So much work, such powerful work. As. You said you've been very busy with this administration echo, they're just keeping everyone busy with their foolishness, but I definitely do a suit top about Daca so for our listeners, who may not be familiar Dhaka's stands for deferred action for childhood arrivals and the Supreme. Court decision around Dhaka now allows immigrants who ever see Daca status sometimes referred to as dreamers so if you seen the Hashtag is sandwiched dreamers. That's what that means. It allows them. them to stay in the country safely without a threat of deportation, but one the things that we've been really seeing missing from mainstream conversation over Daca was that it also impacts not Hispanic and Latino communities that there are black and brown communities impacted by this as well other black communities that are impacted by this as well. So, what was your reaction when you hurt the decision? And what are our next steps in the Dreamer, movement so? It is really important in think I really WanNa, thank you for lifting up the fact that yes, there are dreamers who are not Brown folks. That are not Latin next folks. That are not black right that we have black Latino next folks as well as black dreamers from the continent of Africa from the Caribbean from Europe right we think about. Twenty, one savage right and how this came up? And he actually falls in the category that is equally as important that we need to advocate for a person who isn't a Dhaka recipient, but who happens to be undocumented, and obviously we're looking for permanent protections, not just for Dr Recipients because everyone. Coming to this country is dreaming. No one's coming to this country to be a nightmare. Faces are looking at the Supreme Court decision. I also happen to be an attorney of twenty six years. Doing movement work is it's a temporary relief. It is not the permanent protection that we want our people to have and that our people need to have in order to thrive, basically what the Supreme Court said is that the way that the administration got rid of Dhaka? Had No basis. They got rid of it that they have to have a reason. They have to show that they've thought about everything before. They come to that conclusion and they did not. And so, what does that mean? It means that just like the Muslim ban if you remember, the court ruled against the Supreme Court ruled against the administration on the Muslim ban, and said he pointed out what was wrong and. And so they just instituted a new Muslim bad adjusting themselves to what the court had pointed out, and that Muslim ban remains not struck down,
People come to America for a dream
"Today we had the honor to talk to Nana Xanthi. She is an attorney and the executive director of the Black Alliance for justice immigration or. She's also the founder of the Community Legal Clinic and Transform Justice Center in legal these workshops as well as the founder of Justice Warriors Black Lives I. Hope you enjoy this conversation. Nana how are you today? I am well well, as can be expected in during these times and hoping you're well as well you know I am well despite everything, but one of the reasons that I'm grateful is because of the great work that women like you do in this country so excited to talk about the Black Alliance for just immigration, which is one of the organizations that the BG and wonder me a network which produces the BG podcast has been encouraging our audiences to support, so thank you. These organizations are critical in times like this. Thank you so very much? We appreciate that support and the support that we've gotten from black folks all over the globe. Appreciate it. Tell us a little bit more about the Black Alliance for just immigration, and what brought you to the organization? So the black lines for just immigration is a national black lead Immigration Rights Human Rights Racial Justice Organization. We are the largest of our kind in the United States. We educate we advocate. We organized on behalf of the. The roughly ten million Black Refugee and immigrant families in this country as well as black folks who are trying to come into the country, whether it be permanently or temporarily, and those who are seeking asylum. We have our headquarters in New York, but we also have offices in DC. Miami Atlanta Los Angeles and Oakland and we have staff in Houston, and in Minneapolis, so we pretty much are all over the place as well as doing work on the. Episode of the border in Mexico, at the northern border with Tijuana, and also we've been doing some work the southern border of Mexico in Chula where you have black asylum seekers coming to the United States through Mexico. In that way and the work that we do is national in many cases in terms of policy, and you know we've been very busy in that regard, especially in with this administration, we also do national work with respect to racial justice our. Former executive director open committee was one of the big three that started black lives matter, and so by has been involved in black lives matter since the beginning and we do that work, and then we also do local work regional work. I'm both on the policy side, but as well as more, and with even more vigor on the organizing side to make sure that we are pushing for racial. Economic and social justice with an right alongside our multigenerational African American siblings. So much work, such powerful work. As. You said you've been very busy with this administration echo, they're just keeping everyone busy with their foolishness, but I definitely do a suit top about Daca so for our listeners, who may not be familiar Dhaka's stands for deferred action for childhood arrivals and the Supreme. Court decision around Dhaka now allows immigrants who ever see Daca status sometimes referred to as dreamers so if you seen the Hashtag is sandwiched dreamers. That's what that means. It allows them. them to stay in the country safely without a threat of deportation, but one the things that we've been really seeing missing from mainstream conversation over Daca was that it also impacts not Hispanic and Latino communities that there are black and brown communities impacted by this as well other black communities that are impacted by this as well. So, what was your reaction when you hurt the decision? And what are our next steps in the Dreamer, movement so? It is really important in think I really WanNa, thank you for lifting up the fact that yes, there are dreamers who are not Brown folks. That are not Latin next folks. That are not black right that we have black Latino next folks as well as black dreamers from the continent of Africa from the Caribbean from Europe right we think about. Twenty, one savage right and how this came up? And he actually falls in the category that is equally as important that we need to advocate for a person who isn't a Dhaka recipient, but who happens to be undocumented, and obviously we're looking for permanent protections, not just for Dr Recipients because everyone. Coming to this country is dreaming. No one's coming to this country to be a nightmare. Faces are looking at the Supreme Court decision. I also happen to be an attorney of twenty six years. Doing movement work is it's a temporary relief. It is not the permanent protection that we want our people to have and that our people need to have in order to thrive,
Police officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting fired
"A Louisville Kentucky police officer who fired shots into Brianna Taylor's apartment in March has now been fired the Louisville metro police department termination letter to officer Brett Hankinson accuses him of showing extreme indifference to the value of human life because he blindly shot ten rounds of gunfire interbreeding to Taylor's apartment during a drug investigation in March the interim police chief calls Hankinson conduct a shock to the conscience which brings discredit to the officer and the department the twenty six year old Taylor was an emergency medical worker a black woman whose death spurred protests against police violence two other officers are under investigation for the shooting in March hi Jackie Quinn
A renewed call for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville
"In that interview this week with the Wall Street journal president trump was asked about the existence of systemic racism in American life saying although he'd like to think it doesn't exist unfortunately in his words there probably is some the president held a rose garden ceremony three weeks after the death of George Floyd signing an executive order to reform policing he met with several families of black victims killed by white police officers including the family of both from John a twenty six year old accountant who was fatally shot in his own home in twenty eighteen by a Dallas police officer who say she mistakenly entered his home thinking it was her own nearly two years later another killing in a home by a police officer caught the attention of many it happened in Louisville Texas and the woman who was shot and killed was named Brianna Taylor since her death in March of celebrities activists and protesters have been calling on the nation just say her name A. B. C.'s I'm always has more on Brianna Taylor's life and one of family as called for in the wake of her death protests across the country and demands for justice in the deaths of black men continue a fight for black women including Brianna Taylor and I focus on the matter this is much more than ninety days have passed since Brianna Taylor was killed as Louisville police raided her apartment using a no knock warrant plainclothes officers forced their way inside claiming a man had been using that apartment to traffic drugs Brianna's boyfriend who was not the suspect and his license to Kerry I thought it was a burglary and fired a single shot hitting an officer in the time police firing back several shots hitting Brianna eight times killing the twenty six year old health care worker in her home in the door in our group her boyfriend taken into custody after her death charged with attempted murder of a police officer for firing that shot charges were later dismissed no drugs were found in the apartment our Hey on June eleventh Louisville city council unanimously passed Brianna's law outlawing no knock warrants and requiring body cameras are recording before and after each search her mother to make a Palmer speaking to family attorney Ben Crump law it was here today but on a brighter note it's really cared about continue to do that Brianna's family says the search for answers has not been easy the FBI is investigating the incident report released by police three months after the shooting is mostly blank it identifies Taylor as the victim with very few details the box for forced entry checked no in the space for injuries it said none even though Taylor died at the scene the murals the posters the black squares on social media continue now addresses but celebrities are now using their platforms to raise awareness and demand there's tangible action Beyonce they wrote a letter to the Kentucky Attorney General called for charges against the officers saying the office has the power to demonstrate the value of a black woman's life and on the ground for birthday celebrations to memorials people like Courtney Riley organizing people talk about what it could be my kid to be my brother this as Brianna's mother fights to ensure her death and the deaths of so many others like her are not in
Resistance And Loss In The Age Of COVID-19 With Edwidge Danticat
"So tweets you talked about how all of these protests that you're seeing. Have really brought up a lot of memories because you grew up in Brooklyn after you arrive there when you were twelve and. People forget that in the eighties and nineties, and I covered these stories New York. City was a very divided place. So you brought up the murder in one thousand, nine, hundred nine of Yusef Hawkins. He was a young black teenager who was killed by a mob of white teenagers in Benson Hers Brooklyn. He was literally just at the wrong place at the wrong time in the wrong neighborhood because he was black. There was also the nineteen eighty-four murder of eleanor bumpers a she was an elderly, disabled black woman who was shot and killed by police when they tried to victor from her own apartment. In the Bronx, there was also this terrible case in nineteen ninety-seven. This was the brutal assault of Abner Louima Haitian, American from Brooklyn. Who is sodomized by a police officer in a precinct in Brooklyn and I`Ma Diablo from Guinea shot at Nineteen Times in a hail of forty-one bullets in Nineteen, ninety nine. You were in Brooklyn. You were in New York City. We have lived through this before and. We thought we had made progress. Yes, actually. Week I've been thinking about it a lot and I have spoken about it to my three brothers I was twenty years old when Yusef Hawkins was murdered Yusef Hawkins. Was For me the first time that I started following very closely and part because he was the same age as one of my brothers and. Immigrant parents, not all but many. My grandparents harbor this illusion that if they're black. US borne or foreign born child is polite. Works hard in school does all the right thing that they might be able to. Escape. The brunt of American racism. But for my parents that case. Did something. My parents and myself for the first twelve years of my life I had grown up under booth dictatorship to develop dictatorship in Haiti so there's a kind of caution about authority, then about Filante is about mobs, and so you come with that with that fear already, but I remember after USA faulk inside I decided my brothers and I were going to the protests. There was a big marks. I think September one thousand, nine, hundred nine in downtown, Brooklyn, where they were attempting to cross the bridge to march to city hall, and I remember looking over at them during the march and thinking, would I be marching for them one big? So, of course that whole notion of the good, immigrant, being exempt from police violence, war-shattered by the police shooting of people like I'm a Dr Low. And then there was the atrocious abuse of Abner Louima so all of that. You know we marched lot. Even my parents, who were not very political people at all went to one of the protests at that time, so it was a very volatile and really urgent seeming time, so there are echoes of the protests then here but now. To see the whole range of different people in young people at this current protests is very encouraging. Was this. Really beautiful image that I saw the other day ever protest in New York of young Haitian and Dominican people marching side-by-side in the protests, and that was so heartening to see like all the coalitions that are built in think of this Maria. We've all been inside our homes for the most part right unless sir. Essential workers. We've been inside and the pandemic that we've been hearing about. That can kill us at his kill so many people I know, but if that couldn't keep people in, when cannot emphasize the urgency of Fatty. NUFF, that everybody who steps out on the street is saying that this is so important that I'm potentially risking my health to stand out on the street and protest. You brought up those recent images of the Haitian flag right next to the Dominican. And these protesters linking arms in a message that is saying you know black lives matter so, what are you thinking in terms of Latinas? Data Latina ex people and the conversation about anti blackness that runs deep in Latin America, and the Caribbean well. Thankfully, the young people are already having that conversation right, but I I would say to folks. My folks might people is that we are seeing and we have seen what entire blackness does from this very concrete moment? Of this man being suffocated on the ground to people being shot in their cars when they're pulled over people being shot in the back and the stories that we don't see, but here about if the. Sandra Bland woman who was found dead in a Texas jail sale three days after being arrested during a traffic stop, we saw at the beginning of the end of her life. It's Halo Louisville Police shot and killed twenty six year old Briana Taylor in her apartment. The women we hear less about we've seen what entire blackness does by
"twenty six years" Discussed on Z104
"Twenty six year on the when you coming up next in today's eagles we have a new single ladies in Hollywood and do you like this girl just can't keep the man alive once in ten minutes you're.
"twenty six years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Point twenty six years he spent in the department rising up through the ranks and that obviously prepared him for this moment colonel Mason details the time frame in which vehicle trackers and body cameras will be installed for police officers I would like to move forward we have some new leadership over at the union and optimistic that would be helpful at the state house Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's newsradio Foro three on WBZ traffic and weather together and let's check in with Mike now the super retailers up knowing land all wheel drive traffic on the three is Mike what direction let's start with the mass turnpike here laureates especially crowded here from the Allston Brighton stretch out to the state police barracks in west about forty minutes between those two points the expressway south not much better it's a grind from the tunnel down the Columbia road from Squantum street to the Braintree split as well northbound got stopping granted have a past deposits circle still good up towards the tunnel if you're coming up that far one twenty eight south crawling highland have down the Dedham ninety three is tied up between route twenty four and the expressway both ways route twenty four south is jam coming off ninety three down to route one thirty nine more delays in that Brockton stretch ninety five south at a crawl from ninety three down past the pods it's treated or what and then for mechanic street out of four ninety five up to the north I'd say the worst of one twenty eight north from route three a up to ninety three ninety three northbound slow going from the they can bridge most of the way up past commerce way more brake lights up after four ninety five downtown the lower deck not quite back to Sullivan square but we're almost there the Ted Williams tunnel westbound jammed up inside as are those connector titles and the Sumner tunnel to miking WBZ's traffic on the threes our Mike thank you will check back in ten minutes the forecast going to be awfully cold again tonight still windy so twenty one a boss is going to feel like the teams the teens in the suburbs is going to feel like it's zero tomorrow cloudy but not as cool high forty two with a little bit of rain moving in especially near and south of the.
"twenty six years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Twenty six years dateline and mortars got coverage more will join us here just a second with this first thought about Missouri after the dogs big win over Florida moves you J. up to number six in the AP poll they are the top right one loss team dogs over as a forty point favorite against the Tigers are pre game show starts at three on Saturday kick off at seven for math zero WSP baseball for the first time since twenty fifteen the Braves do not have a gold glove winner house yeah I'll be the Josh Donaldson were among the finalist but lose out to culture log and know what they are not a top performer brought you buy online trading academy or the Baltimore Ravens around over the patriots thirty seven to twenty last night in New England's bid for a perfect season so the only undefeated team left all the forty Niners the coach Kirby smart reports presented on WSB by delta keep climbing coach I cannot imagine if you could be any prouder real football team in your that Georgia football team that walked out of Jacksonville with that win over the Gators on the on Saturday also problem it's time to move on now we got a big game ahead of us and it'll be important psychologically that we move passes psychologically what does that when do for this to gain confidence in our our kids believe in themselves maybe we'll get some more naysayers off of us because we think we have a good football team and we are a team that can use to grow and get better and this was one of those games where you you perform well office did a great job control of the ball and taking time off the clock defense did a great job of just keeping them off the scoreboard for long periods of time yeah they did and they got a good a good football team dance on a good job I got tough tough team to play against a lot of good athletes all over the field and made it tough for us that's the Kirbys more report this is Chuck Dahlan the Georgia Bulldogs fortune at work.
"twenty six years" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Who spent twenty six years in the F. yeah he says he's not surprised that there seems to be in a rise in these mass shooting threats with we're hearing more about them no one he says there tends to be copycats after high profile tragedies but what has been vital is that in many of these cases people are coming forward because they heard something they saw something that's suspicious and some of these cases the people arrested say they were just joking but clearly cleaver says anything perceived to be a threat this day and age is no laughing matter we all need to be alert and aware of what potential warning signs or what or red flags that should be brought to the attention of authorities and that's what happened in one of the most recent cases a Marriott hotel cook in California he was arrested police say he threatened to shoot people he worked with and the hotel guests Lynn and it was a coworker of his who actually came forward it to alert the cops thanks very much for him federal agents are searching for suspected con artists in one of the biggest scams this country's ever seen dozens of people have been charged in the U. S. and overseas now many of the victims were seeking love and thought they'd founded in their in boxes correspondent Jamie you guys in southern California or some of these arrests were made cameras caught nearly a dozen arrests near Los Angeles part of a worldwide operation to take down alleged email scammers eighty were indicted we believe this is one of the largest cases of its kind in US history most arrested were Nigerian nationals who allegedly prayed primarily on elderly victims with the low tech offers to send money according to the indictments this schemes used online romances and fake business emails to steal at least six million dollars an overall attempted to take an additional forty million dollars from victims in the U. S. and across the globe romance scams have become a huge part of online corruption according to the Federal Trade Commission victims lost a hundred forty three million dollars in romance teams last year the sports in the state good morning guys sports is sponsored by sept the public transportation helps writers avoid distressing daily.
"twenty six years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Hailee Steinfeld was born in December of nineteen ninety six in LA inspired by an actress because and she began acting at age ten in several short films and commercials to start making the transition of films you find yourself in the pitch perfect series for performance and it deal with Republic records her debut single and debut EP would go platinum in several countries she's since released a series of stand alone single Stefan once mused on twelve fifteen for the WFAN sports testers Harris our holiday after the Mets surprise the baseball world by picking up pitcher Marcus Stroman they sent a starter packing the Mets dealing left hander Jason Vargas to the Phillies getting back EE catcher Austin Beaux art after an awful start Vargas had a good season for them at six and five a four point zero one ERA holding opponents to a two twenty eight batting average meanwhile the twenty six year old balls are hitting one ninety five this year playing for reading with seven homers in twenty eight runs batted in as for Stroman the former blue jays AC so long island native who spent time playing with Matt southpaw Stephen mats in his youth Stroman looking forward to joining the Mets is part of what could be a top notch starting rotation and a great leader Johnny minutes half along with I mean not a bunch of other great arms you know and I think it could be possibly one of the best after baseball depending on what happens with this deadline Smith trade deadline four PM on Wednesday the Mets had Monday off they won four in a row and try to keep that going to you tonight on the road against the white Sox the Yankees also had a day off their return all from a three and four road trip to open a two game set against the Diamondbacks at the stadium the NFL jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder left the practice field yesterday after suffering a foot injury quarterback Sam dawdle hopes it's nothing serious he's already established good on field chemistry with grout I'm kind of familiar.
"twenty six years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Remember twenty six years old so you've been around round first is the game any Matthews on Royals ready are for more than seven years the miners bumper starling it's his first major league hit in the world for one win over the Tigers now we go to my and the Mets and Marlins were tied at two in the eighties the patch Roberts in its entirety I feel the second two run Homer for Rapid City let's take a four two lead here in the eighth inning how we rose on minutes ready on the medspeak the Marlins ported to else where are the angels beat the mariners nine to intend brave seven Padres five the Reds over the rocky seventy nine Philip Irvine went six for six with three RBI the brewers beat the giants five to foreign nationals over the Phillies for the three eleven astro seven Rangers six the Dodgers with the red Sox eleven two double header in Baltimore the Orioles win the opener two to one over the raising the rates come back at six home runs in game two to one twelve to four the twins beat the Indian sixty to eighties over the white Sox thirteen is zero Jon Lester allowed three runs eight hits over sixteen two thirds also homered in the game the cubs beat the pirates ten to four and in New York the blue jays beat the Yankees two to one our Peter Schwartz can you believe are going to Vegas this week we're rock and you got everything done baseball brown and Annie.
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"twenty six years" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"In Houston. A twenty six year old man who lived with four year old me Davis and her mother he's the one who reported the child missing more than a week ago claiming she was abducted CBS's Mario via reality as much of a story fell apart this morning. Investigators will once again scour areas of Houston for me, David's to Miller is helping lead the search for the missing four year old. I would like to hold onto that hope that she's alive out there somewhere. Deary invents reported me missing more than a week ago. The twenty six year old was arrested on Saturday after investigators found new clues inside the southwest Houston apartment where he lived with me. And her mother drops of blood linked to me and evidence. Someone tried to clean it up strange scene over the weekend at a Kentucky airport. CBS's? Kris van cleave says a pilot for an American Airlines subsidiary was arrested on murder charges. Think about this. You're at your gate getting ready to board your flight when you're. Pilot is led away in handcuffs the prime suspect in a three year old murder case this happened on Saturday as Christian Martin was getting ready to fly a plane load of people from the Louisville airport to North Carolina. That's when the cop swooped in the Martin remains behind bars this morning American Airlines has put the fifty one year old pilot on administrative suspension. Basically, grounding him until his court case is resolved three victims were shot to death. But thorns of not discussed a possible motive in the fillet Chechens. One hiker was killed another seriously hurt in a machete attack. We push ourselves to linen. And then you have people that come out and do this. And that's very sad. Fact. Federal authorities say thirty year old Massachusetts man is charged with murder and assault. Forty four states are taking legal action against the major makers of generic prescription drugs, alleging they conspired to hike prices, Connecticut, Attorney general William Tong, tell sixty minutes, we have evidence hard evidence in the form. Text messages. Emails documents witnesses that demonstrate clearly that it wasn't about product shortages. It was about profit claims prices for more than a thousand generics. Jumping average four hundred percent in a single year. It was high drama in Toronto in the seventh and deciding game of the raptors seventy Sixers NBA series. The game was tied at ninety and time is running out on TNT when Toronto's Leonard put up an off balance shot from the corner..
"twenty six years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"He began at twenty six years ago taking sides into the classroom. The happy animals that were in the ocean. And then I show them tangled up in the trash, then he gave them an important cause and effect lesson. And I made that storm drain connection for them about trash on the street, and when it rains washes down peaches ocean, so they get their actions have an impact in their something that they can do about keeping the environment and the ocean clean in protecting the animals. Lock said, there's one main thing they and everybody can do litter. Don't volunteers are welcome just show up at dockweiler state beach seven thirty AM may twenty third to get a Cup of coffee and be put to work John Stevens Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio for awhile. Couple of Harris was the most talked about candidate for a democratic presidential nomination. But that's gone now. And now, she's resetting her campaign. It wasn't that long ago that every time you turned on a TV news talk show. There was the California's Senator, but that's ended. She's now redefining the focus of the campaign instead of a message on policy. It will be a message going toe to toe with the president time being she figures that. But democratic animosity toward Trump is deep enough in wide enough. So that will give her an hedge in the primaries to come political analyst, Jack Pitney at Claremont McKenna college. There's a challenge in this change because there are many progressive Democrats who want to hear the message political and cultural change on the one hand she needs to satisfy the Democrats who want her to take progressive policy positions. The other hand is she has look ahead to the twenty twenty general election for right now, it's all about keeping close to the top of the polls and trying to narrow the gap with the clear front runner. Joe Biden to Kelton kenniston seventy NewsRadio weighing on the intensity of the trade war with China. More on that coming.
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"twenty six years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Twenty six years. I worked in the mainstream media, no more the mainstream media has completely failed the American people. That's why I listen to the captain's America third watch with captain Matt Bruce. I'm Kevin Michalowski, editor of concealed carry magazine. And you're listening to the captain's America. They say. Texarkana? Smokey and the bandit the theme for smoking abandoned. Eastbound downloaded up and truck, and of course, Jerry Reed singing to song old Fred probably up on the front seat band is not very far away either. And that's how we start out our trucking highway and by way report for this hour brought.
"twenty six years" Discussed on Z104
"Twenty-six years. Does he brings you coming up next to neo-naziz Brown speaking out about his latest arrest and all the allegations towards them? I hope we can talk about the Instagram post. He put up yesterday to without saying the word that he put in the Instagram posts. Young men was enough. The bird. Me much. Golly. She. Wiggled? Draft. Robin levine. Seventeen. Everything. Suddenly, it's. Fans and. View so many. Sorry. The back seats in. I just saved. Any?.
"twenty six years" Discussed on WTVN
"Is the interview that you don't wanna miss today. I have been following the career of their ran for a long time. I didn't know him. I was in the team for a very short period of time about five years. He was twenty six years in the seal teams, but we never crossed paths until I got to see the movie act of valor. Which I hope that you got to see if you didn't see it. Go rent it. It's amazing amazing movie. There was where they use seals actually play the roles of seals which I thought, hey, that's remarkable. Let's actually had the experts play the experts I figured let's start out before I read Derek his entire bio, which is just amazing. Let's just play a little clip of who this guy is because. Yes, this is acting in a movie, but this is the way you flip a source when you need to question somebody go ahead sitting on a wonderful. I love the way you say start ship that guy. Star Trek what's his name? Scotty, don't use starting Scott. Nursing Star Trek. So here's the problem. You're with a lot of money. Or you were a lot of money. I believe. You do. Yes. All right. Let me tell you how the world works there. Crisco Christo, Chris, of course. This is no longer your boat since I walked through that door. You're just. Nothing. I can do to help you right now. Let me help you. We need to do this together bell, you and me. Yes. You you find this amusing? Is what.
"twenty six years" Discussed on KTOK
"Rights discrimination against religious schools women in combat units that's change. All right. But that's not the kind of change America needs. It's not the kind of change America wants, and it's not the kind of change we can abide in a nation. We still call God's country. Now. You can say whatever you want about Pat Buchanan. Thank you. But tell me that he was wrong here. This is nineteen Ninety-two. This is twenty six years ago. A lot of people recognized where we were going twenty six years ago. And it's in arguable that we got there. It is arguable. We aren't there. And the Bush funerals on both Wednesday and Thursday. Reminded people of a of a value structure and a culture that. Isn't there anymore? It used to be in the Bush family lived it. It was there. It was not our politics. That was not how politics was when Bush was president like they wanted you to believe we're kind of politics, we need to return. Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope. It's the kind of culture. Was it mad discrimination or racism bigotry and all of that stuff was accused and and made up made people defensive. This. Next bike last night. I think we have here is the bite the line that everybody remembered from that this election is about more than who gets what it is about who we are. It is about what we.
"twenty six years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And if you're the winner will give you a call, and you will get to play on the air with the puzzle editor of the New York Times 'em weakened. Nations puzzle master will shortz thanks so much. Well, thank you Rene. Support for the Sunday puzzle. Comes from field notes maker of vintage styled made in the USA notebooks and related products field notes summer release marks the fiftieth anniversary of the mercury Gemini and Apollo missions to the moon. More field notes dot com. Let's head now to a Las Vegas strip mall to taste some chocolate. I meet Melissa Coppell. She knows and teaches chocolate but not just any kind of chocolate. I smell something amazing. What does this over here? Chocolates where we have three tempering machines temporary. It's the process of slowly cooling and raising the temperature of chocolate, and it's key to making the perfect bombo on a rare art because of the delicacy of the shell that encases the Nash inside. It's now Coppell's specialty chocolate is an element that he has its own timing its own rules, and it's very mysterious. And it's very it's hard to work with you know, if you know, you're basing your knowledge, but I like that that's not where she started born in Cali Colombia. She wanted to learn to be a chef. But she says there was no professional cooking school in the whole country. So she went to Argentina. Then she got married and moved to the US and got into making desserts. She studied at the French pastry school in Chicago. And from there she landed a job at Latvia digital rubel, Sean in Las Vegas which earned in two thousand eight three Michelin star. She began at the bottom for months, endlessly, cutting strawberries, those fine, I knew you know, when you have a goal doesn't really matter. You're not going gonna get there less than a year later, though. She was running the pastry kitchen under the executive pastry. Chef she was only twenty six years old, but working in a high end restaurant is brutal with terrible hours and endless work. So she took a step back from her career for her family. And when she tried to make a comeback. It was at a terrible time in Las Vegas, the great recession. And the only thing I could file was doing chocolates are actually chocolate the chocolate bombers Caesar's palace. And the only thing I could find. So I started doing data the shift was from four AM in the morning to two or one. And I was the only person in one room making the core all day long for the entire casino. I thought it was going to be a team I didn't have much experience chocolate. So I had to start a four, but he followed me sticks. I would arrive at two AM in the morning to make sure if I made a mistake I had time and for six months all I did was. No making chocolate the core. And I really started getting a feeling for chocolate and so began her journey into chocolate. There are more classes and more studying with teachers who times could be a challenge. One of them remain to me, but energetically they will make me feel I'll never going to be like them like I'll never going to get their level. So why do you think that was it's because there's a lot of eagle, and there's a lot of the way that the teachers around the world tend to be are very much. I am awesome. I know everything you don't know anything dares. There's a really big. And also, it's a very male dominated industry. All my God. I don't even don't even start me on that. I was you know, I start search very sensitive person, and I can feel energy. I mean, more than I should. So that always hit me so unconsciously when I start teaching I actually developed completely different style of teaching. And I believe that. That's the reason why the word of mouth keeps running. And that's why people come from all over to learn from me. It's not believing talent that way, I'm the we'll never hear me saying, I am so talented, and please common not talent is hard work, compassionate education. But the biggest thing that I think it's what people talk about is not that is the way I teach. So when students arrive to my kitchen, everybody will learn and no one is going to feel shame of not knowing something basic, so there's no stupid questions, and I ask everybody, please leave your legal outside the door. I'm really you. Don't need to impress me. And I don't need to impress. You. We're just gonna have a good time. We're going to respect each other. And. That's what they really appreciate it. And that's why people come from over more than to see what I do is to feel that they can learn in a relaxed atmosphere. In today's class. There's a mix of professional chefs and home cooks there are seventeen students here mostly women from as far away as Japan and South America as well as for here in Las Vegas this day. They're learning to make the soft chocolate filling inside the hard shell with pistachio rose and a special costly and rare Iranian saffron bought a street market in.
"twenty six years" Discussed on Channel 955
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"twenty six years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That was going nowhere for many many years i think the palestinians come to the negotiating table i think they'll find an opening here in washington but the palestinians take a very different view for twenty five is palestinian authority relied on hustler agreement it has for twenty six years conducted negotiations they have for years they've relied on the united states solve the problem the united states fear us all coming up after the news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan is odd palestinian officials say that israel forces have shot dead at least thirty seven protesters in gaza hours before the us opened its new embassy in jerusalem more than thirteen hundred palestinians are reported to have been injured that have also been clashes between palestinians and his really forces in the occupying west bank from where your land now is following developments israeli military put one extra brigade in the west bank anticipating unrest today and it's also put two brigades right down there on the gaza border because it had expected that really crowds of hundreds of people might try to break through this border fence this is the culmination of six weeks of protests being taking place at five different sites along the israel gaza border and there had always been anti defamation that this could lead to a lot more violence and that is certainly turning out to be the case the protests intensified as the us prepared to me it's embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem president trump's daughter ivanka and her husband jared kushner are attending the inauguration our correspondent tom bateman is there well if ever that was a vision of two distinct realities when it comes to this conflict here today because that news comes through from gaza people here are really mood of celebration is really embrace i give a warm welcome to the us decision to move its embassy to jerusalem but it continues to be vehemently opposed by the palestinians not just in those protests but will send champs at international diplomacy for the second time in as many days a family with young children has carried out suicide bombings in the indonesian port city of baya family riding motorbikes set off explosives at a checkpoint near a police station only an eight year old girl who was riding on one of the.