35 Burst results for "Twenty Weeks"
The Other Side of Grief with Angie Smith
"Can you take us back to audrey. he's pregnancy and talk a little bit about about your story. From last season it was twelve years ago. Which is really hard to believe. You're talking about that the other day but the basic stories that i was pregnant with my daughter audrey she would have been our fourth daughter in. We found out during the pregnancy. Just like a regular at our twenty week ultrasound that she had many issues that made her incompatible with life and the term that they used and we ended up carrying her for several more weeks until she was passed viability. We just want to give her a shot. You know even though we were just praying for a miracle. We did not get the miracle that we really wanted but sheila for about two and a half hours and it was absolutely one of the hardest times of my life but she still so much part of our family. I feel like so in fact all the little neighborhood girls are designing they call us the sleeve or they somehow combined oliver. The smirks for they've mind are lasting of there's adorable mansion on us to all league compound firstalec giant house and they give audrey room held me so yeah it's still i mean it's so tender now but yeah it really beautiful to see him and other people remember her include her so so. Let's talk about that. That my one of my good good friends. Just walk through this. And i was actually there with her the day that her baby died and it was just you know and it reminded me of of you because i feel like you have given so many people picture into something that is often private and often not talked about in in so just in that season. We're talking about you know being fragile in this time. And i know since then because i'm your friend i know more and more horrific suffering that you've been through since then and i want to know just what that word fragile means to you and i think even back angie to your book cover of a broken china page. That was piece that together. I mean this is really something that an image for you it in your life. Yeah i think fragile is a really good word to describe this. The last season of my life. Like i sort of almost used that term with my general life like there's always like a little bit of i think for me right now and in those situations what i'm seeing is that even when i feel like i'm doing really well then i could still kind of take turn quickly where it's like one of those things that this is the dumbest example but i was at ulta yesterday and i i mean i've been out but not like probably as much as some people have in june okay with the whole pandemic like i mean. We're my husband's best friend who's here said on. You've been training for the soon. Like i like being home like so we i go to ulta. Everything's just take down like everything just feels like. I think everyone's got masks on all of a sudden. Like i just feel like i'm always sort of teetering on being in the hall. Just feels like there's a shift that i don't feel like i ever expect it. I mean even might. I mean my dad passed away. Which is part of what you were referring to and i was in the store and i was okay and then what actually broke me was. I saw this bottle of allure perfume. Which was the first Data ever bought for me and like the cell. So it's stuff like that where you're i think. There's just a different tenderness right now. That even in the moments where feeling we're kind of holding it together. It feels like most people i know are also like but this could break at any time right. Looks really solid right now. Right in an hour yet. I get a totally different answer. So it's a good word for it. Yeah i think you're right. I think i wake up some mornings. And i'm like i don't have any bearings i i feel. I don't have time and space like recently. I kept talking about our staff meeting tomorrow. I'm talk to our meeting tomorrow. And they're like it's friday. That's four days away just like i don't even know what to say it. Looks like a senile eight five year old but i cannot. I can't play it. Put my feet in time and space very well. You know which does make it just all feel like what secure in what's in what is all it it absolutely and i feel like i mean i. What's funny is. I think everyone is forgetting the days of the week. It's just these crazy. Yeah i do all. I did it today. I mean i like i thing. Is you know. yeah no. I think that that's part of it is just it. It's what you said. There's this like sort of like were lost in space and time and everything looked so weird and you know. I'm watching my neighbors. One of my dearest friends put her kindergartner on the bus. And he's the most lake shy in will mask and she's like i've never seen this classroom. I've never talked to the teacher like in. She's like a note. she looks like right here. She seems really nice. But altman dat. I tend to have depression anxiety. And i always have in so in this season. It's been extremely difficult. And i know. I'm not the only one but it's you said it's just kinda can't get your bearings in it makes you feel so unsteady in that revealing feeling to me is like it goes to panic. It doesn't it's not absolutely you'll uneasy here like so. Yeah we what we we right. I mean navy but then it's it's it's like it's the same as suffering all the things that you've been gone through lately it's like that that's that's also a grief does right is it puts you kind of in an alternate reality and and i wanna talk. 'cause i know there are so many women listening right now i mean i just i specifically think of my dear friend cathy who is just you know it's been one year anniversary just happened and so i want you to talk to them that those that have lost a child looking back on that journey. What do you wish you could tell yourself back then. I think i would probably talk about the fact that so funny. You ask that right. I said it regarded pandemic but that there is another side to this. You're you're not going to be in this place forever. So free i would say at the time it just felt like it would never end. Yeah fell it. would never recover in. Grief is weird. I'd probably tell myself that to you that it's again like it isn't the steady like okay. I'm better now. okay. I'm it's it's unexpected
Chrissy Teigen shares heartbreaking essay about losing son Jack
"Right spend the money to transition this story. Something we did see an social media at that wish shared for a purpose to resonate and relate to people and help them feel like they're not. So alone Chrissy Teigen's post. that. She made after Losing Baby Jack at twenty weeks a couple of weeks ago yesterday she released an essay I guess I could call it that was just so tough to read I mean it's beautifully written but. It really detailed the moments leading up to. The time she had to say goodbye to her baby and she talked about how you know being put on bedrest. She thought that was going to help the baby, make it to the safer zone of twenty eight weeks. She was experiencing lots and lots of bleeding and at twenty eight weeks doctors would have given her an APP doral and she would have been induced to deliver but just twenty weeks again, she began bleeding excessively leading to an emergency hospital visit. She wrote the fluid around Jack Become very low. He was barely able to float around at some points. I swear it was solo. I could lay on my back and feel his arms and legs from outside my belly after couple nights at the hospital my doctor told me exactly what I knew was coming it was time to say goodbye he just wouldn't survive this and if it went on any longer I might not either she also addressed the people that were calling her out and took issue with her choice to share Saatchi personal emotional experience on social media and she said initially she and John Legend or uncomfortable with taking those photos of Baby Jack after they knew he had passed and They were holding him in the hospital. She's crying she confessed though I knew I needed to know of this moment forever the same way I needed to remember uh, kissing at the end of the aisle the same way I needed to remember our tears of joy after Luna and mild I absolutely knew I needed to share this story she said, she shared for people who have lived what she went through. She shared with the people who needed to see it. She wrote the thoughts of others do not matter to me. She plans to combine her late Son's ashes with the soil of a tree and their new home.
With Milk Sales Up, Dairy Industry Revives Iconic Got Milk Campaign
"From, wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday August twenty seventh something strange happened over the last few months we started drinking milk again think it might have had anything to do with pandemic for the last several years. It's felt like the dairy industry been singing swan songs milk sales fell thirteen percent from twenty ten to twenty eighteen according to CNN I one dairy. Then another collapsed under the weight of competition from plant based drinks soy almond, coconut, banana, Oat flax all. Those plants were out to get poor daisy the cow the dairy industry was so freaked out that it launched a pilot lawsuits against makers of those plant based drinks trying to forbid them from using the very word milk. You can't squeeze milk out of another grain they said but for the moment, at least dairy farmers are experiencing a bit of relief with. So many of us eating more meals at home, we're guzzling the white stuff again, it's long been true that milk drinkers tend to drink milk. Not at restaurants. So lockdowns have in fact, helped the dairy business cow's milk sales rose about twelve percent over last year for the twenty weeks ending. July eighteenth CNN reported your kid and mind mindlessly grabbing a swig from the carton added up to four and a half billion dollars in sales this spring, and that has spurred the dairy industry to revive an iconic ad campaign. Remember got milk. Vast company called it one of the most famous ad campaigns in history that campaign was launched in Nineteen ninety-three, its message, whatever you do don't run out of milk over time three hundred celebrities including Britney Spears Dennis Rodman Bill Clinton, and the simpsons all appeared sporting those milk mustaches. The ads became enormously popular by the end of the campaigns run in two thousand, fourteen, ninety percent of all adults were familiar with got milk to Huffington Post Contributor Gene Delvecchio but there was one a little problem. The ads didn't actually work over that same time milk sales declined steadily soda consumption bubbled over guess what those Soda Lovers used to drink you got it delvecchio a former AD industry executive argues the got milk ads were like bringing peace shooters to a gunfight, the gunfight being Pepsi and Coke Monster Marketing Budgets while the to soda makers battled each other milk lost but the dairy industry apparently believes their campaign was effective embracing Estonia the industry's marketing arm milk. PAP has revived the got milk campaign today's ads bear little resemblance to the Owens though. Sure there's still some celebrities Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie decades, viral tiktok video showing her perfectly balanced a glass of milk on her head while swimming a lap. That's certainly a turned heads but the bulk of today's campaign features, regular folks and a ton of user generated content milk drinkers were urged to do silly things with milk and boy did they respond people open gallons of milk with their toes jumped into kiddie pools filled with milk and cereal according to the trade paper? Agra. News will this generation's got milk ads do anything to keep the cow's milk train going if the wildly popular ad campaign of your didn't work well. Be Hard pressed to say that this one is a better peashooter. The dairy industry itself is making predictions. They say they're simply celebrating the quarantine induced sales boost. What is true however is that the competition from those plant based rivals is only getting. Over the same twenty weeks that saw a twelve percent rise in dairy milk sales oat milk sales went through the roof up two, hundred, fifty percent. Of course, oat milk sales are still tiny compared to cow's milk. They totalled only one, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars, but other signs point to the continued aggressive challenge from those gentle plant based alternatives. Oatley the. Leading oat milk maker recently attracted two hundred million dollars in investment funding from blackstone and Oprah it hopes to go public next year according to Forbes, and on Monday good Karma, a maker of flax milk bought itself back from bankrupt dean. Foods investors are Thurston lapping up all of these cream alternatives and no matter how beloved the Got Milk Gad's once were. All this competition puts a whole lot of pressure on twenty twenties version of the same campaign.
Lebanon tribunal names 4 suspects in Hariri killing
"Is more than. Fifteen years since Lebanon's Prime Minister Rafic, Hariri was killed in a massive car bomb along with twenty one others. Later today an international caught near The Hague will hand down verdicts in the trial of four people accused of planning and carrying out the attack the four accused of of the Iran backed militia and political party. Hasballah. Hezbollah itself is not formally accused. Well, let's hear from the journalist and multiple twenty four regular contributor in Beirut Leyla Milana Allen Lali you're standing outside the very hotel in front of which Rafic Hariri was killed. What sense is in Beirut today that the justice will be done. There is very little sense. the families, all of the twenty one people other than because eighty who were killed as well as the nearly three hundred injured have waited as you say, over fifteen years justice taking a very long time this commission to come through with this, and the problems are a few of course many people here feel that the responsibility lies with the Syrian regime and through has through then has one. and. The five men on trial here all labeled as Hezbollah supporters because they found it very difficult to actually find evidence to show that they his bumbling members because, of course. Is So secretive I'm one of the biggest problems is that must have budgeted dean who was the main sort of ringleader debt these indictments who was accused of having set. The whole thing was known very well as the military imam to Hezbollah was killed in two thousand sixteen an attack on Damascus APP while his was helping Bashar Assad's regime with the wool there. So he was the one person who is very easy to link to Hezbollah and the only evidence they have all circumstantial evidence from these mobile phone networks. So as we expected, the indictment will come through the verdict will. Saying that before remaining men all guilty lane attempts about those who are accused of the murder of the prime minister. said a five men who stand accused have all been labeled Hezbollah supporters and that's because it's incredibly difficult to prove that they were in fact, Hezbollah members everyone in Lebanon believes that that. The majority of people believe that Kennedy was assassinated at because he was starting to pull away from supporting the Syrian regime who'd had troops stationed in Lebanon nearly thirty years all the way through the civil war and afterwards, and of course, we now know that Hezbollah very heavily H. Two zero. But this was all just sort of starting not link between Syria and Iran and Hezbollah but the main man was accused of being the ringleader. Organized the whole nation is most of that that the WHO was very well known as the head of the military wing of Hezbollah but he was killed in two, thousand sixteen and attacks Damascus Apple, which means he's no longer in the indictments and he was the only person. It was very easy to direct the link because there was evidence that he walls a top commander in. Bola. So I, the that means that it's very unlikely has itself will be named in the verdict today it will simply be. These men and then these men haven't been found the Lebanese government has been able to find. Her Bella is a big portion Lebanese government and the chief of Hezbollah nationalize long maintained that he absolutely does not see any of independence in this inquiry he says that it's funded by Israel and he says that there is no way that they will ever hand over these suspects old they will ever be found and historic has very good at hiding its top guys who've been involved in operations in. Lebanon in Syria and even Iran many think that these four worship over to Iran. So even if that comes through in the verdict is guilty as we expect, there's not really going to be any justice indeed has on Rolla said that Hezbollah isn't worried or isn't remotely concerned with today's verdicts but what will the repercussions be? The repercussions are unlikely to be much at this point, and that's for a few reasons I, Ne- as I said standing outside the. Hotel, which at the time in two, thousand and five win this thousand kilograms of TNT when pages devastating crater in the middle of the road and destroying all the buildings around loons lodge in the public consciousness here you there had been assassinations in the years off the list of this by the largest active. So many people because whoever was responsible really wasn't taking any chances and it was enormous copy. And other than the two thousand, six war with Israel, which was very different because it's a war in terms of an explosion going off in a very recognizable. Popular Ponte. out of nowhere that was the one that was remembered. Of course, until two weeks ago, two, thousand, seven, hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. In the port, just a few hundred meters down the road from this hotel. Injuring seven thousand people or more chilling up to two hundred, and still don't have a full body copy. What is still missing Susan now is far more would have. Done that assassination the other thing is that at the time, it was very shocking that people. Had Eighty was really associated with post for Lebanon. He was the symbol of course will Lebanon deeply loved by international leaders around the world as well as many Lebanese and so the idea that the Syrian regime would dad's kill him has would dare to kill him with. So shocking even though of course, assassinations were quite common but he was he was such. An important figure now firstly, since then of course, we've seen brushing Alaska wage a almost decade long bloody war against his own citizens in Syria we've seen very clearly now those strong legs between Hezbollah Syria and Iran Hezbollah work soldiers full bachelor says regime in the civil war in Syria. So nobody would be remote. You surprised now that that they all responsible. And the other issue of course is the fact that. Sad had eighty I think Kennedy some kind of stepped in his stead very much because he was the son and that's why he was given so much faith especially young age and has become such an important figure in politics here. But in the last year, we've seen a rudy seismic shift in Lebanese. Politics. People say that happens every fifteen years the lost round with two, thousand, five, thousand, and six before the civil war ended in one, thousand, nine, hundred before about. It started in nineteen, seventy five, and now of two, thousand, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty weeks but newest protest movement Saudi the is very much seen as one of those political elites people out. So the younger generation at least don't have that same attachment to the family and time to seeing them as such an important force a good and for future movements, which is what that party is called Ford Movement in Lebanon So really this bird apartment, of course for the families. Of those killed and injured is not really going to have that much of an impact with so much else going on right now.
Gigi Hadid Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child With Zayn Malik
"And congrats to supermodel Gigi Hadid and former one direction member Zayn Malick they are expecting their first child together TMZ says that Gigi is about twenty weeks
Interview With Jenny Ma About The Center for Reproductive Rights
"All right well. Today we are joined by Jenny. Ma who was a senior staff attorney with the Center for Reproductive Rights? Hi Jenny how are you doing okay? Are you for hanging in there? Thanks so much? We're really grateful to you for taking the time to speak with us. We know you're very very busy but we're very excited to hear what you are working on over there. I'm sure most of our listeners are familiar with your organization. But can you start by telling us a little bit about the center and what it does sure The Center for Reproductive Rights is a global organization so we work on domestic as well as global matters and we use the power of the law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world and my role as litigator is to lift in state and federal courts to ensure that unconstitutional laws. Do not go into back across the United States. That's really concise answer. It seems like you've done that before. A mission with everything going on right now. We're seeing that. It's really easy to lose track of all the different ways that you know. Governments are using corona virus as a cover to chip away at rights for example. We've seen a lot of states trying to shut down or shutting down abortion clinics saying that it's an interest of public safety. Bite that being very counterintuitive and. I know that that is something that you're currently really meshed in and we would love to. Have you walk us through? What's happening you know from before the virus have until now and all the stuff that we should be aware of. Yeah absolutely Hopefully some of your listeners have heard what's been going around Across the United States with regards to abortion. And what's been going on with? Nineteen but If I can backtrack just a little bit. The center did have this Case argued before the Supreme Court. It was called. You'd Medical Services Verses Reso- way back when which seems like a lifetime ago back in March for five years ago in March one hundred years ago a century ago. And you know coming off of that. It's really really thought that we were going to enter. In to a time where we would just watch the state legislatures in see if they would pass bans or other restrictions. That's what we do in a normal year every year state legislatures need. Sometimes they'll be proactive bills to protect reproductive rights but oftentimes as you guys have homeless in the media. There's bands being on promulgated twenty week bands sixty bands fifty week bands like the and most recently last year you saw Alabama which I like basically a total ban on. Yes so that's what we track normally and it gets to a point where those Bills Become Law. We go ahead and bring our lawsuits in court so our state team very much tracks. Those laws are litigation team goes to court and try walk those laws and that's kind of the the bread and butter of what I do. Now when Corona virus and cove in nineteen crisis began As many of your listeners are out there We began to work from home and we started to see basically that first week Several states pass Either through their governor's executive orders or through the Health Department. These notices and basically there were very differently worded. You know across the different states. But it said something like no. You're non-essential your elective or minor. Procedures would have to be postponed now. I want to emphasize that makes total sense right. Like if you have your nose job scheduled you should probably hold off right. Nope oh talks right now. Plays right exactly the hold off on that. But then we saw You know none of these orders had the word abortion in it you know. We saw some. That had actually proactive measures. that resulted from. Illinois. New Jersey Massachusetts. California Michigan The stage for a lawn saying but definitely not for pregnancy related care definitely not Okay including abortion so we saw stomach ulcers now of course you know your Spidey Sense. Kinda tingles when words like this right and And this is not us being paranoid Clearly time has shown. That's exactly what certain states did. But we started tracking Kind of the actions of different governmental actors in certain states. That are the what? I'd like to call market leaders in Abortion Resign Cambridge. So it's the typical group of folks in these states and we saw the first one out we were tracking star roles states in the south and the Midwest and we saw Ohio's governor on at Saturday after their executive order issued publicly. Go out there and say well. Of course. Abortion is nonessential or non time-sensitive. Nastase stop. Because you know you can stop a pregnancy. Yeah that's not time sensitive. We only have Bans for time sensitive bands. But it's not time sensitive isn't time sensitive F. Yeah exactly it's like you can put pregnancy on a shelf right so no that's not without delay due date just hit the bus so obviously alarmed a lot of lawyers so we got together with a lot of our litigating friends out. There are so we work a lot with planned parenthood. Aclu and the learning projects along with my organization the Center for Reproductive Rights. We decided okay. We're going to start tracking what's going on here since. Ohio clearly put us on high alert. There were certain states that we were pretty sure Would Act similarly all suits so he can imagine Texas was high up there and guess what went on there but So that's kind of what we started to see 'em then we started seeing more and more public displays by Attorney General's by governors by different health department officials saying. Yeah you know what abortion is going to be banned for this time period and we're going to say that it's nonessential we're GONNA say it's not time sensitive and you're GonNa have to halt During this time now I want to just say that you know. There's some intuitive appeal to this. I want to make it clear to you all on your listeners right yeah. Pregnancy is not static. I think that's basic principle and these states. You can save all sorts of the equipment that you need during this pandemic you know and you should just put it on hold because it's not essential and I wanted to make clear two things one. The states that are saying this are the same vendors have tried right. I wanted to be clear that it's it's not like Mary. Transparent right it's it's what's been clear and they are putting press releases out there saying they're gonNA shut down clinics and they're making their role as explicit as possible like the purpose is so clear when they're out they're just putting it out there in the public. It's it's pretty wild and then I just want to also emphasize the science right. Forget the lawyers like my job is to make arguments for our clients but science has weighed in here and immediately and I wonder what I rightly know. The American Medical Association truthfully had not weighed in on abortion for the longest time out there that this is not a time for politicians to be deciding what is time essential on what is not like those are for the doctors and provide professionals to decide rain events basic concept and the American college obstetricians gynecologists which is the leading medical group for Obgyn's explicitly said and then they came out almost immediately when they started seeing this initial trend in Ohio and Texas. And they said Look. This is not abortionist. Absolutely time-sensitive care. It is necessary if you are pregnant. Go either get. Ob Care if it's a wanted pregnancy and absolutely get your abortion if it's an unwanted pregnancy abortion is do you remember the date that that happened. When when people I started to notice this was happening it was a little bit over a month ago and I think if you kind of Google are friendly there we could not but it's around. I would say we started March march sixteenth. That gap of sixteen than really kind of picking up That week and so it's been a little bit over a month and of course I've mentioned two states Texas and Ohio but Not just them right now. We have eight states that have been explicit. And I just want to emphasize here before we if you WANNA go into detail about those states like those are the ones that are lawsuits on alright. I Call Leagues and the Litigating Groups. I mentioned were also monitor training and preparing legal. I in several states that have had these stop goes like there. Were these public. Statements knows a withdrawal and and so they're way more than eight states kind of odd about using this opportunity and down to ban abortion care. These eighths eighths Like I said are the worst offenders before we move forward. I just wanted to clarify when we talk about these states Announcing these these bands you know stops are. They're saying that it's temporary. Are they putting out? Are they saying that? I'm assuming they are for now but as the same are stay at home orders. Just keep getting extended. I'm wondering if they're saying it's just for a few weeks. Or what have you and you can wait a few weeks. Is that kind of what we're seeing so in some states. Yes right. So they're not cut copy and paste stage so in certain states. There are okay. It's going to last till the end of the month in certain states. They'll be like oh if but it'll get extended if necessary some states actually. Don't have anything. Some states actually stay until further notice which is actually even more offensive because it's so early and right But I just WanNa be clear that Abortion terrorists incredibly safe but it is more safe if you get it all right. There's no reason to delay healthcare in any capacity and for a state legislator and state officials to be saying you know what even though this is considered essential health care by the AMA and all believing health and public health officials. That are out there. Yeah you still want you to stop. We still want to wait a month or wait even longer than that because no one knows how long this is going to go right and so on the surface. This is infuriating. But it's even more so when you start to think about who specifically this is affecting The majority of people that require abortions. I don't have the statistics but I know I know that they're you know. Maybe the people that are single mothers or you already have children and they are low income and now they are without work or their now in charge of the daycare for their existing children or God. Even there's people that are sheltering in place in environments with. They aren't safe to communicate with their partner. Maybe they're sheltering with their abuser and they don't have anybody that can reach out and talk to about this stuff and and this guy's of saying that this is for public health and public. Safety is so backwards because the opposite happens yes. People might take matters into their own hands or they're going to try to go out of state to find treatment and a lot of these people are in states in states that are surrounded by other states that also have abortion bans. Or what have you? Yes so this is absolutely true. You've hit upon so many burdens that we see from our clients patients all the time in normal
The Controversy Around 'Essential' Businesses
"We're gonna return now to a question that continues to confound and even anger many people across the country as government shut down most activities in effort to contain the spread of the corona virus what is considered essential of course some jobs businesses or services are recognized as essential across the board first responders hospital in urging Kerr personal grocery store workers and pharmacies but in the absence of a national stay at home order individual states and cities have been making their own decisions and some jurisdictions have chosen to define what's essential in a way that has sparked controversy and even lawsuits Texas for example is one of a handful of states that have sought to label most abortion services as non essential meanwhile in California it's up to each county to decide whether a gun shops should be allowed to remain open and in Arizona barber shops and hair salons seem to be on the essential business list until the governor there reversed course to help us understand all this week called on three reporters were covering these stories terra Haley is a senior contributor for Forbes Thomas Peele as an investigative reporter for the bay area news group and when I got this a staff correspondent at Bloomberg government thank you all so much for joining us hi thank you thanks for having us here you're very welcome terra Haley we will start with you since you've been covering the abortion ban in Texas I understand that this ban was not originally and governor Greg Abbott's executive order so how did this come about the primary rationale has been that halting all abortions will preserve PP which stands for personal protection equipment so that includes things such as masks and gloves and face shields governor Abbott didn't specify anything about abortion in the actual order then the Attorney General Ken Paxton has a long long history of being very opposed to abortion rights and looks for opportunities to involve himself in making decisions about it so he the very next day after governor Abbott's order he passed he released a statement stating that that included abortion and it was very unclear at first which abortions that included it was assumed to be only surgical abortions so all surgical abortions in Texas were put on hold as soon as Paxton's order came out then a few days later on that following Friday the medical abortions abortions which use medication for termination of pregnancy those abortions were also halted and it wasn't really clear with the justification for those was since those don't use PP beyond gloves for an ultrasound so gonna ask you does the confusion what what it that's that's my question is what is the argument because the argument around surgical abortions as it's not a treatment of a disease and therefore these idms the scarce items like or increasingly scarce items like personal protective equipment needed to be reserved for Amer urged urgent matters but that doesn't apply to medically and medical abortion medical portion so what was the rationale it's not clear why they can justify it when the P. P. E. that would be used for abortions as much less than what would be used for prenatal care and for birth services especially if someone has a C. section so I think that's part of what they're going to be debating in the courts the question is what happens while it's working its way through the courts and at first it was allowed to proceed and then the fifth circuit of appeals reversed that so the justifications I think are still being worked out I was gonna ask about this because yesterday on this program we spoke to new York's Attorney General issued James and she is one of at think at this point it's a dozen and a half attorneys general from other states who are supporting legal challenges to the Texas border and what what's the what's the status of that challenge now what are some of the arguments of people have been making here the biggest argument is that abortion is a time frame for the procedure you cannot be pregnant indefinitely there there is a an actual time limit to when you can start to when you can no longer seeking abortion in taxes that's twenty weeks after twenty weeks you can no longer seeking abortion and obviously if you pay too long then you are going to be giving birth so it's not like you can delay it like you could a hip replacement or a thyroid surgery it is something that actually depends on time sensitive needs and in the midst of this we don't know how long the social distancing in the need for PP will both go on so to delay it indefinitely is a big concern I think Ohio has taken a different approach to take that into account Ohio it was very unclear for awhile what they were allowing what they were not and then it was finally clarified in one of the recent lawsuits where they said that surgical abortions should be delayed until they can't be delayed so basically if it's reaching a point where the woman is entering the window where she would no longer be able to have an abortion thing she is allowed to have it so that's a little bit more thoughtful in terms of the need for PP versus the time sensitive nature of an abortion okay Thomas P. all over you let's talk about California dear governor Gavin Newsom did not explicitly restrict gun stores as a non essential business but he's leaving it up to the sheriffs from each county to determine whether they should remain open could you just talk a little bit about the decision making their sure this began when the bay it but in six counties in the bay area issued the nation's first shelter in place orders in mid March and that came of course with a list of businesses that they deemed essential it could stay open grocery stores pharmacies gas stations things people really need to to survive even as they your stay home but gun stores were not mentioned no no businesses are explicitly mentioned as being ordered to close and some gun stores stayed open and there's been a well documented now national run on guns in the last month the FBI data is showing sales spiking and in Los Angeles the sheriff there our expo in a way that said very publicly he didn't want to run on gun stores he didn't want people who are not familiar with firearms buying them in a panic at this moment and he ended up flip flopping a couple of times or sandals county's top lawyer issued an opinion they deem gun shops essential the sheriff backed off the next day governor Gavin Newsom who is very active proponent of gun control was asked at a press conference about the issue any pundit he he kicked it back to the sure saying that he would leave the question of whether gun shops were central to the sheriffs in each individual county do you have a sense of why the governor's been reluctant to make a state wide decision on this no I think it's it's purely political Newsome signed fifteen gun control measures last November but I think in this instance a large part of the state his role the majority of counties in California read many of them were of course very low population but this is just something that seems like a bit of a third rail issue that the government didn't want to touch so there are multiple lawsuits going on right now challenging the gun store closures as I understand it and understand the NRA's sortie biz has started litigation to challenge the closures in those areas where they are because one of the arguments they're simply saying that the that any government action to stop a citizen from being able to buy a firearm is a violation of the second amendment so they're not arguing that guns are essential they're arguing that they are protected no matter what the circumstance yes they're arguing that local governments have no constitutional authority to stop the sale of firearms in so and let's turn to Brenda Goff now you've been reporting on Erica Arizona governor Doug Ducey's decisions one in particular to let personal hygiene services stay open
Katy Perry music video reveals she's having a baby with Orlando Bloom
"Katy Perry confirming to fans that she is pregnant yeah that is following her release of her new music video she shared the news that she and her fiance Orlando bloom are expecting their first child together in an Instagram live video after the premiere of the song never worn white she said there is a lot that's gonna be happening this summer not only will I be giving birth literally but also figuratively to something you guys have been waiting for and she said I'm so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore area around a big purse because that's apparently what she's been doing who let me be blunt that's going to be a really unattractive bait he actually was in another country when he got her pregnant he was on a paddle board and yeah but I have a son happens to get that okay Katy Perry and bloom have been in a relationship since twenty sixteen they got engaged in February of twenty nineteen and fans have been speculating since she released a teaser for the new music video earlier on Wednesday because she seen cradling a baby bump while wearing a long white gown so she's having a baby this summer I mean she's probably liked about twenty weeks along you know how long other I do because I I love couples that you know maybe have a little bit of strife in the and then the work it out like adults and they come back together you know they work through their crap and they come back together and I think it actually makes the bond stronger and that's what these two of don and I and I and I actually love them as a couple I know I need to this will be the second marriage for both of them you know remember she was married to Russell brand briefly and then he was married to Miranda Kerr and they have a child together she has gone on to Mary how did you see that Snapchat founder I think that too yes yes Evan Spiegel yeah yeah he is very poor right to make ends meet Hey T. C. P. seating shells and cheese
Carole Joffe: Author of "Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America"
"I'm Jim Taylor. Skinner in this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with professor reproductive. Rights Advocate Carol. Joffe about her new book. Obstacle course the everyday struggle to get an abortion in America. We opened our conversation by discussing. How legislation has failed to protect access to abortion because it overlooks the everyday obstacles. That make it nearly impossible from any women to obtain an abortion legislatively. I confess to being very cynical. I seriously I don't think that even I mean. Look the country's deeply deeply divided about abortion those who are pro choice. See these restrictions as inhibiting often in a very cruel way women's ability to get an abortion. Those who are against abortion say. Yeah that's the point. We we are putting these things in precisely so we don't believe in abortion so therefore These restrictions are good because they make it harder to get an abortion. They they make it easier to close down clinics so all is to say that. I'm I mean in terms of the legislative process I don't think that anything we say in our book will sway. Those who who are opposed to abortion could put an antiabortion restrictions. What my co author David Cone and I are hoping is that those who are pro-choice but do not do abortion work or study or advocacy twenty four seven like many of the People. We discuss in our book. will come to understand how onerous restrictions are and hopefully will will move to remove those legislators out of office so who who are doing this as people who are pro choice when. I look for someone to vote into office right just to put. It simply feels like this people when they speak to us and you know. They're saying vote for me when they talk about abortion they talk about Roe v Wade and it doesn't spread from there they don't really talk about all of the little restrictions that have gone into place which makes exercising your right to an abortion nearly impossible for a lot of women. I mean legislatively one of the things that you point out in the book is that you know Central v Wade past have been about what to- hundred restrictions by now probably probably more like thirteen hundred? Yeah I feel like none of our politicians are really focusing on those. Are you know they have a blind spot? They're only looking at Roe v Wade. We have the protective weighed. Yes no if certainly make sense and and You know what I would say in response to that is of course. It's important to protect Roe. V Wade and there's a lot to be very nervous about at this very moment about row but what researching and writing this book show to me. Is that many women already live in post real world. In other words if roe is overturned what presumably will happen is it will be turned back to the states. That means they'll be a lot of traveling from what we now. Call hostile states to quote haven states. But that's already happening. I mean one thing that really surprised me and I've studied abortion more than thirty five years. one thing. That really surprised me was just extent of the travel of efforts at took to just get to a clinic for so many women. The really important thing about your book when I was reading it. You outline the stories of a lot of women. I think the first person you highlight is a fifteen year old teenager right and her parents were kind of in and out of the picture. And when you think about the fact that in some states you have to have parental consent right and you think about the thousands of dollars at it takes to get an abortion and this particular person ended up in one of those e call fake clinic. What do they call them? A clinic crisis pregnancy center. You just talk us through that scenario of what that might have been like for her fifteen year old teenager while she was a extrordinary. We did not interview her personally. We we found her story she had written it up So I can't speak to her personally but she. She had extraordinary. Extraordinarily determination was like for her to go to the center. She lives in the state where she had to make a separate trip to the clinic. Twenty four hours before the abortion. She got to the clinic. She realized something was wrong. It was a fake clinic. These crisis pregnancy centers and there's thousands of them there. There are more crisis. Pregnancy centers in the United States. Now than there are abortion providing facilities and in a number of states. They get they get public funding. You know one of the most of the many things in this world to be enraged about one of the most enraging things is for example in the state of Texas. Money is taken away from family planning centres not even abortion. I mean you may be sure does not give money to abortion clinics but to family planning programs contraceptive programs and gives them to these religiously sponsored crisis pregnancy centers that outright. Lie To women they either tell them they're ultrasound is so far along that Can't pass get an abortion? Or sometimes they tell them they're ultrasound shows actually earlier stage in pregnancy than they actually are so these women won't rush and by the time they get to a clinic They'll be too late. Another feature of them is that they have been very aggressive about buying property. Is nearest possible to legitimate abortion facilities and it's often very very confusing to patients. I mean this this case that we talked about in the book we call her Collier. It's very common especially for example in in a case that we do discuss the park crisis. Pregnancy center had a parking lot right next to a clinic. People from the fake clinic would stand outside would wave women in who of course stopped that they were being waived into the real clinic. So yeah this is one of many many problems that women face when they try to get an abortion. When I read this story I I. It was just incredible to me. I was so angry. And just the Paul the links go to to to to lie to women and you know into teenagers who are going through something. That's really really hard. So and in that case with Talia this clinic you can remind me or tell me if I'm correct or not. This clinic was right next door very close to it and it looked very much like the real clinic and the name was very similar. That's right and when you go into these places they're they're you know they're wearing lab coats and make you think that their doctors that's right and just it's just unfathomable to me the link to go through none of the I think you hit the right word on the head. It's unfathomable that these fake clinics Goto but it also Jennifer I would also say it's unfathomable the lengths women not just teenagers but women in general have to go through to get their abortions and they do. Yeah they do right. That gets to one of my next questions do we do. We have any data on. The percentage is the percentage of cases where obstacles collectively were. They've been successful right in a woman knocking abortion we done. That's a great question. We don't have good data on specifically women who were dissuaded or allied to at a crisis pregnancy center. My colleagues here at UCSF in the answer program have come up with a estimate that about four thousand women a year Who Show up at clinics are turned away because they arrived too late in in just station. Your listeners should understand that all abortion facilities are not uniform some go only through the first trimester of pregnancy some go to eighteen weeks Some states a number of states have banned abortions after twenty weeks there's only three or four clinics and the United States that will perform abortions after twenty four weeks and that's usually for Fetal anomalies or the woman herself is is very ill. I mean those are not the only people who get abortions there. But that's the bulk of the cases so It's a very cruel vicious cycle Europe. Poor woman you find out you're pregnant you try you look around you. Try to find a clinic. You make an appointment you try to find someone who will drive you there. You try to arrange childcare for your children. Sixty percent of abortion patients are our parents You arrange to take time off from work so all you have to put all these things into place. What we found out is simply getting a getting a reliable ride to a clinic if you don't have your own car or even if you do some clinics a use sedation which means you are not able to drive yourself home afterwards. Anyway but the time you get all these pieces in place and you show up to the clinic you may be past that clinics limit
Prepping for Baby #5
"Today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT BABIES. Those of you who listen to last week's episode or have been reading my blog know about our exciting news so yeah we'll be talking about that and how things have changed changed over the past five years of the past thirteen years in the case since my oldest was born and different gear recommendations that people have sent in so thank you all for doing those out. We're going to be doing more episodes about advice. Various people have for the baby stages and such. I just can't believe there's a thirteen year age. Spread that is amazing. Matt is going to be you're. GonNa have a built in babysitter right and maybe at least for the older kids. I'm definitely comfortable. Leaving Jasper with the older children home town in newborns are complicated well. We'll we'll see how that all works out. I'm so excited for you. I mean you guys I sort of had this like inkling and I can't even remember why anymore and then when she told me it was like so I just I just I'm so excited for this and oddly enough some of not just lower but like I feel like a lot of my very close those relatives and acquaintances are all having babies at the same time so we are very excited to do this episode and talk to Laura. More about everything this US expecting although although she of all the people I know having babies. They're all having their first and you're having number five question for you. Is You feel like you're inducted into some kind of like special five because I do feel like you know two to three a three to four okay four to five to me. That's like that's like the Line Yeah I. I don't know I mean I always joke that. Zero to one is the big change everything. Oh I totally agree more from the outside of helping okay. Yes as whether you have a truly early big family yeah I duNno big families. Are I kind of in my mind. Put Four to five as the same bucket and so then then the six plus is where it starts getting interesting. DRE this inevitable. One more than you have always seems seems big big deal but six six dots crazy only crazy people do that now. We we did the reveal for the kids this Halawani about reveal yes so I had bought shirts for all the kids that the older two boys had wants big brother again Alex Scott one that said newest big Bro and risk got a big sister shirt and then I had a little onesie that said little brother and we all sat down we'd gotten back from our California vacation and we were sitting around the table. Call the family meeting hit everyone on route the shirts and a Jasper looked at it in two seconds like you're having another baby like Yay yeah because he put the pieces together like already put the pieces together. I think he mentioned that he had talked about with Sam at some point that they were speculating about it because I mean he's not an idiot. He's twelve. He's in. I am not Flat Tummy Right. You're listening for twenty weeks when we told them subtle. It's at twenty weeks pregnant with your fifth kid. It's it's not entirely so I would say. It wasn't totally out there. I don't take a lot of people were guessing that it was was the case. Probably imagine a lot of what you choose to wear putting wearing flowing hide it but if you were wearing a form fitting tank top. It was probably being evidence so they were very excited. I mean the big heads. Were just like jumping up and down like oh my goodness. This is so excited. Alex was a little bit more wary but I think it's more that was just overwhelmingly no context for what this even means rights but he arrested him. This isn't their first Rodeo zone their first radio edit over the next day. You're too. Alex definitely was getting into the idea and the funny thing I mean. They're all coming up to me wanting to feel the valley. Feel the baby kick like they're talking adding to the baby because this is the thing I've been so aware of with four other children is I mean he's my baby but right. He's their sibling and there's more of them and they're welcoming him into this tribe of theirs which by the way I'm not a member of that tribe I bet tribe is the thing and so they have their own interactions I'd just really a reminder that fits baby comes into you a whole community that is already there and that's kind of fun to welcome to Josh use the phrase we were thinking about number three and we were thinking about the a significant spacing between two and three which is nothing like five but still he said Oh. This is going to be a family baby and I like that idea like you're totally having a family baby baby. Everyone has one and so the kids talk to him there. They've been calling him a a name which I don't know if that will be his name but it's going to be hard to not not named him that if they keep calling ads really not some of the names. Alex suggested Alex suggested Kylo Ren for instance the baby will not be Kylo blue. Wren remember that one of my good friends in high school they were a family of sex I think and then they were having a baby girl and he was. He named his baby sister. They picked a rather unusual name. Her name is Roxanne to like getting some Cyrano Diversion Berge at the time so academically inspired but it was pete's are thought it was so cool that like he got to pick the name and yes so maybe maybe that will happen in your family yeah now. They're they're all into it so very very fun. That is so hard for kids to wait. Wait another four months but they
"twenty weeks" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"You got twenty weeks. Again, teed work, the in bribes and every other club. I don't know what they were going to pay you. But now you were a half of a household name. Right. So that was they ch- b o one, and then Johnny lock Johnny Walker. So I find out by the jury walking competition guesses going down there, Huck, Joey, and guess what? I'm doing. I'm planning, I'm with the whole thing, that's how the Luger was of the cocaine the blow in the pills. Like I was living global life. Like I was doing the day job. And then at night, I would lose my mind, calling pissing the bottle, then I was powered do coke in between the piss test. I was on a Rocketship Walla. I go down to the comedy works sign up was at nine AM. I get that his forty fucking lower. I sign up. I go downstairs to a basement judges having showed you. Half hour. Wait of looking at these guys. This guy's got be sure on. This guy's got a late night with David Letterman teasha, this guy's got this shirt on. I got so scared. I thought ripped up my fucking paperwork and. But. And you hadn't been on stage yet. Chicken there. So what made you kept going back after the your first appearance of the spot while the first appearance was speaking of Brody, Brody was hosted. And I, I didn't know what use this probably ninety nine or two thousand s and it was the Sunday night, open mic. And let's see be up to. She was not up there, yet at this particular night. But there was a guy on stage from the Hoya bomb in pretty bad. Even back then it was it was bad. And the guy knew it was bombing, and I, he kind of walked off stage, real meekly brody's. I, I can't do a good impression abroad is where are you from kid and LA Hoya? Brought he's like well at drive. Just got a lot longer. I don't think I'm ready for the spice and I went up and bond with Tigers jokes. I think it would go open mics and stuff and come back, and I, I don't think I came back to, like two thousand nine. So because I felt okay nine years. And I'm ready to be seen with their God. I was at that time to be seeing, you know, people who are going up there, and the lineups, and I probably wasn't even back then ready to, you know you just wanna start at the comedy store. It's like the NBA. It's like, but I'd probably, you know what I got passed in twenty thirteen. And that's when I felt okay, I belong here took four years to get bad. Yeah. Hanging out up, there thirteen overall for when I because Tommy, and I just never clicked for which is weird because we both like the same shitty eighties music. And you know, David Lee Roth solo albums, and but I just I didn't connect with them. Yeah. So we do an open mic set the valley, like there's a lot of rooms in the Valley, I used to run. Mike set a real like a speed freak bar called MC reds on Tuesday nights, and like TV comics would come in, like, Ian bag and people that nature. But do they improv a few times probably wasn't ready to be honest? But then, you know, I'd start opening up a rob Schneider, and that showed me, the good side of the business, you know, he was very good to me. So go, there are good people in this business is what would what was making you go back night after night. What did you feel? I mean, I always say you have to be delusional to think you're gonna make it, but it has to be based in reality. Like, you know, I probably can never play in the NBA because I have vertical leap. But with comedy, I've always been told him funny and. All my friends were agents and managers like ICM in William Morris, like did it just get into comedy or the funniest I we now we'll help you and then they all left to get into real estate so fucking fast that fun crazy. Yeah. So. But that one still is in the business..
"twenty weeks" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Not better when the twenty week band was implemented in the state of Georgia. We've only seen maternal health outcomes worse than from them from then not get better. Well, want to sneak in one quick call before we have to take a break. Let's go to Lynn who's calling from Terry Ville, Connecticut linear, you're on the air. Guy. Magnum two quick things. One is a fetus in has the same freedom. Whether it's brothers and Tuscany or prison. The other issue is that I just as a libertarian myself. So I you know, that's where I'm coming from. I think that it's interesting to me that that people say using science to protect life as they see it as is is sort of booed by people who own sort of against the Mon things like climate change. And that's my comment. Okay. Lynn, thank you so much for your call Stacy, FOX joy to respond whitland saying. Well, I think you know, we are focused on science Magna. And I think the science and all the evidence proves that. When we as I mentioned before expand access to care women's health gets better. And that's what we wish that our lawmakers had focused on the session was doing more to increase access to healthcare rather than restricting it. We'll Stacey folks in Georgia edmonston by here. We have to take a quick break. We are talking about Georgia's new abortion law doesn't go into effect until January twenty twenty but it's being cold already. One of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country and overall as states try to pass these so-called fetal heartbeat bills. The question is what will happen at the level of the United States Supreme court. We'll be right back. This is on point. Long term is it better to invest in the stock market or in real estate properties, m I considered under employed because I'm paid for less than forty hours or is full time..
Flu season has peaked, but activity remains high
"Flu season keeps going correspondent Kristen Holmes as the latest according to the centers for disease control this flu season is now tied as the longest in the last five years at twenty weeks for comparison the last five averaged six. Eighteen weeks since last October the CDC estimates. There have been hundreds of thousands of flu hospitalizations. And at least thirty four point nine million flu
Federal judge ends North Carolina ban on abortions after 20 weeks
"White. A federal court has struck down North Carolina's ban on abortion after twenty weeks. The decision came down this morning from a district court in Greensboro, W exi- says it struck down state law that prohibits abortions after twenty weeks of pregnancy unless there's a medical emergency the ACO you the center for reproductive rights and Planned Parenthood had
"twenty weeks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And teenagers in its custody. HHS recently closed a massive tent camp for unaccompanied teens in tornado Texas. Joel rose NPR news commercial satellite imagery, suggests that North Korea has completed rebuilding a rocket launch facility. It was partially dismantled last summer after President Trump and North Korea's leader held their first summit after their second summit collapsed last week in Vietnam images showed work at the side had spent up the site may now be operation on South Korea media report that may be work near a missile factory as well. It's NPR. A new space capsule owned by SpaceX has departed the international space station and is on its way back to earth. It's supposed to splash down in the Atlantic Ocean in a few hours just off Florida's coast. The capsule is a test to see if it can take astronauts into space Georgia is one of several stays moving toward restricting abortion. Georgia public broadcasting's. Stephen Fowler reports. Lawmakers in the Georgia house passed a Bill outlawing abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected at about six weeks of pregnancy. When some women do not know they're pregnant current Georgia law allows abortions up to twenty weeks debate on the Bill started with some Democrats standing and turning their backs to the Republican sponsor and holding coat hangers symbolizing, unsafe home abortions, Republican governor Brian Kemp vowed on the campaign trail to pass the toughest abortion laws in the country and told reporters late Thursday night. This Bill does just that is a husband and father of three teenage daughters. Value life, and I proudly support this legislation which protects the right of the unborn at the heartbeat. The Republican controlled state Senate has until April second to pass the Bill and send it to Kemp's desk for NPR news. I'm Stephen Fowler. In atlanta. They're still danger in Colorado after avalanches in the central part of the state buried some vehicles on a highway. Colorado officials.
Google Podcasts creator program bootcamp starts; and monetisation tips
"Creator program has kicked off the participants or working together for the next twenty weeks. I'm eight twenty three thousand dollars from my podcast in two thousand eighteen says a podcast producer. He gives us plenty of tips. Learnt along the way, you'll find that linked from the show notes and from our newsletter the exclusive trial for fortunately within the BBC. Sounds app appears to have ended our podcast pages have had a tweak. We now list pod, chaser, creators and show. Spot lines for the podcast chart information that we list from chart oval. So, you know, whether a podcast is growing or falling and addition of sharable podcast. That's just come out features Edison research is Tom Webster. He's known by many as the host of infinite. Dial and a great public speaker is interviewed in a show entitled inside the world of data driven marketing, and you can sign up for the infinite dial twenty nineteen webcast reveal for free. It's on much the sixth. Dan, Le Fevre writes, an article asking is discover ability an issue in podcasting. And he answers it by saying, yes, he s it is Spotify bought Gimblett an anchor last week. Steven Goldstein says this is the first full vertical integration in podcasting and M G Ziegler who is general partner at the company, formerly known as Google ventures is apparently known as GV these days. Anyway, he writes about the anchor deal as well GV invested in anchor and siegler also personally invested in Gimblett come over here with your money, and gee, siegler and a programming note last week, quite mentally exhausting. What we've the Gimblett Anki fine news and a set of big news stories breaking in another business world that I inhabit and some travel. My Email inbox is a swamp of unread urgent Email as a result. I'll tackle it tomorrow. And that's the latest from our
Republicans introduce House version of bill banning infanticide after failed abortions
"If a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, he's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby who make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the mother's going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide you wanna keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital and see what that's like I mean, it is beyond gruesome now, it's expanded to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies have even botched abortions that lived you. Don't think it happens. It did. It it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us, doctor Levin Tino. Dr levered Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state. During his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years doctor Levin, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic sell solution for five period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor. And finally that fist day they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step about abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion, otherwise known as the deceased child, but lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this. And other oil, you're describing emotional, but are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survived the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that Haas. Spital who were there? I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually mother your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's been connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very face filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from our family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. Don't talk about right? So many times this past. That's what it used to be. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some horror riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook when he discovered with some disabled kids, in the way, they were treated like animals, it was horrible. Dr Levy Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks. If a if can we can cannot child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision. Seventy three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability and nineteen Seventy-three medical science has not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starch probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined barely consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listener warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester Dini abortion. You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore, but you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become. You're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping out. I mean, you see an arm you see hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called. But even when you do a section DNC, and you can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy if I'm not mistaken right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second trimester as well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction. Eight weeks last menstrual period from head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult one child. Once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Find your favorite podcast for a full review of all the just happened and all that still has yet to come. It's eaten up ace and we're only at the halfway we're not even at the halfway Paul, how are you? I'm well, I love football. Yes, you do. I heard about watching it with the friends and occasionally the family. It is for me for a guy who is always kind of dishing. It's nice to sit back and laugh with the likes of the centers and the Kevin henches and the grizzlies and. In the in the south and all all that is the crew that goes and watches watches to football. I funny, you know, heavyweight comedian types it is in a in a fertile target rich environment. That's right between the commercials and seven hours worth of pro football action and the dances and the bad calls. Yeah. And the CUDA ways to the people in the stadiums. Yes, yes. And the only God try to explain this. I mean, the only real downside is the inevitable weight gain of, you know, romanesque gorging once a week time, sixteen or with playoffs and Super Bowl, twenty weeks. It just ends up putting on three pounds while because it's a weird part of the human psychology that definitely I'm afflicted with this is that once you get in, if you don't Kip, keep to a strict. I'm not gonna eat bad. Food for a while so you can lose weight if you do say, well, listen it, Sunday. I'm going to let my hair down. I'm just gonna. I'm just going to gorge myself for some reason within the next day or two, you're like, oh, now ready off the tram is we'll just keep going. Why is it like I gotta make good on that one that most people like me go. It's over with now. I'm just gonna keep on slam and as much food as I can into my mouth. We'll speak in food. Tell me and buckle up strap yourself in hang onto the grab bar because Schick this is going to throw you through loop. In the in the bad pizza department. I announced last weekend. Let's get some pizza pies over here and put Ed in charge couple of things that people need to kind of focus on in this modern age price. You know, the great Shaquir said the hips don't lie was that her song, Gary and the price don't lie like all hearken back to Matt the porcelain punisher. Finally earned throw him under the bus for a second I live in, then I'll get back to the pizza. I live in a affluent neighborhood with no street lights..
"twenty weeks" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"And what point. Would you say abortion will no longer be a safe option? In this case, Texas bans abortions at twenty weeks in pregnancy, and she's seventeen rent. She's about fifteen bucks lanes what you said yesterday. In the hearing fifteen weeks fifteen, but you're on her, I would also say, and I think as you've recognized everyday matters for JD. It's been three weeks and it's been three weeks too long that was ACLU attorney Brigette Murray pleading with the DC appeals court judge named Brett Cavanaugh last fall to allow her seventeen year old clients being held in government test who was being held in government custody to be able to physically leave her shelter in order to obtain an abortion and whatever you think about abortion that is her constitutionally protected right before Texas makes it illegal at twenty weeks. Senate Republicans have tried very hard to shift the focus away from Brett Kavanagh's time at the White House. Our, they don't want to release any of his White House records to his record on the appeals court bench. They keep saying focus on his record, focus on his time as a judge. Well, his record on abortion rights on the bench is this one decision in this Jane Doe case and it up. Absolutely speaks for itself. Joining us now is Bridget Mary deputy director of the ACLU reproductive freedom project to argue this case before judge Cavanaugh last fall, miss Mary. Thanks for being here for it. Thanks for having me. So Brett Kavanagh's confirmation hearing start tomorrow. You personally argued the only abortion case that he has heard as a judge. His decision had it stood would have forced your client to have further delayed her abortion, and it seemed like listened to that tape from the herring reading the transcript of the hearing, looking at his ruling and his descent later on. It seemed like his intent was to delay things so long that she was up against legal deadline. Was that your impression, while arguing the case, I don't know necessarily what his intent was, but I can tell you exactly how he ruled. And while the ACLU doesn't oppose or endorse nominees to the supreme court, we think it's incredibly important for the public and the senators to know exactly what happened in the Jane Doe case. And I can tell you that the decision that he. He issued would force Jane to remain pregnant for weeks longer, and that meant not just the eleven days to try to find a sponsor which was a futile effort. We knew that the government had been trying to find the sponsor for six weeks with nothing to show of it. The process takes a long time and that at the end of the eleven days, it's not as if he said she'll be able to obtain the abortion. Instead we'd have to start the case all over again, go back to district court. The government could appeal not just to the court of appeals, but also to the supreme court, which could have taken weeks as well pushing her past the legal limit in Texas. So regardless of what his intent was that action that he took by issuing this decision cost delay her abortion even further and could have potentially meant that she would have been forced to carry to term if it would not been for further corden intervention. Did you know going into this case that he that he personally, as one of the judges on the panel would be a real obstacle for your client? Everything was. Happening so fast. I didn't really have a sense of what to expect with the panel, and there was sharp questions on both sides from the judges on the panel. So I didn't really have an indication..
Randy Fichtner: Ben Roethlisberger having his best training camp
"That's what Randy Fitch, news the new offensive coordinator. Former quarterbacks coach or, quarterbacks coach for Ben Rothlisberger new OC says that Quote. I would say it's the best camp he's had the only, reason, I say, this is because he's in the best shape since I've had. Him now obviously when you're younger you can probably move a little bit better maybe your arm, of tad livelier if nothing else there's. A, pitch count you do that with all the pitchers, Rothlisberger has got a, great gig we always he basically. Has the Howard Stern of gigs right Howard Stern does three days a week for a show twenty, weeks out of the, year has how, does that work that's, amazing how do I get that gets, twenty five years on the radio and you'll get that, Rothlisberger only gonna play one preseason game has does a. Full day of practice and, a half day at, practice than a day off like how do you. Get that that's amazing Meanwhile he's, got? Like three backup quarterbacks they're all fighting for fighting for that backup position Mason Rudolph Landry Jones and Josh dots at? Tennessee could. Actually looks really good so far in the
Trump Threatens Iran on Twitter, Warning of Dire 'Consequences'
"Gathered at. The Mt Carmel church show support for the family of twenty eight year old marquees mcglockton who was shot in the parking lot of. A circle k. demonstrators say that Pinellas deputies should have arrested, seven year old Michael Drake but it was ruled. A self defense case the protesters marched from the church to the circle k. were mcglockton was killed A teenager. Is facing charges for a shooting this morning involving his pregnant girlfriend in, Pinellas county nineteen year old Charles ten penny of done eaten was arrested for last week. Shooting of eighteen year old Naomi reside at their apartment on New. York avenue deputies say ten penny originally told them that someone broke into, the home, and shot, Rosado but he later admitted he shot her accidentally. She was twenty weeks pregnant in critical condition no word on the baby's condition the president's been on. Twitter issuing a severe warning President Trump is warning Iranian president has gone Ruhani that he will face, dire consequences, for threatening the. United States Mr. Trump tweeted about. The dangers to Iran of making hostile threats after Ruhani said that war with Iran is the mother of all wars CBS news military consultant Mike lions threat like he has in this tweet it becomes, somewhat now, of an official statement that he now will. Have to back up going forward I wouldn't be surprised to see this escort Played from Iranian. Side and what the president will do them we just have to wait, and see, Matt piper, CBS news Florida's unemployment rate is remaining steady the. Department of economic opportunity to writers says he Proctor says there's no change in Florida's unemployment from last. Month adding that the numbers are looking good Unemployment rate remained low at, three point eight percent at. The same time that our labor force continues to grow private sector businesses in folks that have jobs that are looking for jobs. Continue to have confidence economy the state continues to lead in job creation last month the, state added over fourteen thousand jobs and over. The past year one hundred seventy thousand jobs Proctor says most of the job growth happened. In the tourism industry Pinellas voters will be getting their primary election ballots this week deadlines. Are fast approaching for elections offices around the bay, area in Pinellas county.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Eight hundred. Thirty three hours each or twenty weeks of work so wow he had time to Tex. A lot apparently that is not good. And that does not make him look good, let's put it, that way And that's why I think that was the point. Of making him read the texts was brutal this, show on this show he bounced around they don't just hammer one point and, I always say it's what people are buzzing about so the female. Report. I think got people a little of a little upset about Puerto Rico and what happened or what should have happened or what about territories we have territories even goes deeper than that and then how about Paul Manafort. Who looks, terrible by the way he looks like that. He he looks like he hasn't. Slept for five weeks so he arrived at the. Detention center, in Virginia following a transfer from a rural Virginia jail where. They say we're federal prosecutors say that the former Trump campaign chairman was afforded some special treatment yes special treatment was when he had. All kinds, of ways to be able to hook up with the internet and, get his work done and all that kind. Of stuff and the privilege That he had started to come out so now he's in Alexandria and he joins about four hundred other inmates there have been others of note that have been. In this facility But he won't. Quite be the VIP that he was in this other jail manafort's attorneys initially referred to the lack of proximity and their request for a postponement of. The July, twenty fifth trial they were hoping to get that the district judge ordered him moved and. Saying it was better to have this can find someplace else and, it it you know he's got this trial in Alexandria on Bank. And tax fraud and where, that ends up it seems like they have. Really nailed that shut but seems like and it is nailed shut You know come on and he's saying he had. Access to all his files prosecutors say Manford had a bathroom shower and a workspace so to get everything done so it's getting closer to the two. Trials where, he's going to have to defend those those different allegations are charges actually Bank fraud and. Failing to register as a foreign agent for lobbying, work for pro, Russia politicians in the Ukraine So. This all came out of the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia the presidential 2016 campaign for. Prompt the possible So. No more VIP treatment he rolls on, and moves on I also mentioned. This the US reuniting Fifty-seven immigrant children with parents that was a. Good day last miles a lot of photo ops, in they're trying to figure out how do we sort this all out.
Iowa's top court rejects waiting period for abortions
"Counts the state of texas announcing criminal charges against former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar who is your ready in prison on child sex abuse charges allegations reported a law enforcement by the michigan child protective services agency included conduct by dr nassar while he was acting as the team position for usa gymnastics assistant district attorney stephanie stroud a former trainer is also facing charges debbie van horn has been indicted on one count of second degree sexual assault of a child rulli violates the state constitution the iowa supreme court has struck down a law requiring a seventy two hour waiting period before a woman can get an abortion the ruling sides with a lawsuit filed by planned parenthood by and the american civil liberties union of iowa the waiting period is part of a law banning most abortions after twenty weeks of pregnancy the week ban is in effect and is not part of the legal challenge iowa lawmaker this year approved a ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected that law is on hold pending legal challenge a federal judge blocks kentucky's attempts to add work requirements for medicaid the trump administration has encouraged states to add work requirements for medicaid a joint federal and state health insurance program for.
Dan Gilbert, Belle Isle and Moore discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show
"Ms thirteen the murderous drug gang with ties to el salvador here's correspondent steve kastenbaum visit on the same topic for president trump in july of last year he was surrounded by law enforcement officers as he talked about combating the ms thirteen gang in suffolk county where they were responsible for several gruesome murders these are animals the president defended his use of the term animal just a few days ago at a white house roundtable discussion on illegal immigrants in sanctuary city policies the ms thirteen comes in the other gang members come into our country i referred to them as animals and guess what i always will the president is attending a forum on combating ms thirteen at homeland security center in bethpage advocates for immigrants have organized a protest steve kastenbaum new york president trump spoke to the campaign for life gala last night the president said his administration is working to prevent taxpayer dollars from going to family planning clinics abortion clinics also seeking passage of the twenty week abortion bill which would end painful late term abortions nationwide the second of three round table discussions on school safety will begin later today in texas the conversations according to correspondent clayton neville prompted of course by the santa fe highschool massacre eight students to teachers dead at the hands of a seventeen year old governor abbott says he's hoping for as productive as a day today as the first discussion yesterday abbott says a group of about twenty school administrators and lawmakers heard from a former member of the secret service who worked on threat assessment after the columbine shooting in aversely this group agrees that some development of some similar threat assessment program would be very beneficial today abbott says moore administrators will join the conversation about monitoring social media to determine possible threats and gun control survivors of school shootings will be involved in tomorrow's roundtable i'm clayton neville michigan's economic development panel approved more than six hundred million dollars in tax incentives for projects in detroit by bedrock management led by businessman dan gilbert this includes the fifty eight story building on the side of the old hudson store project has four construction sites the state says the detroit project will create more than seventy seven hundred new jobs question rains about the existing agreement to host the detroit grand prix on belle isle it set to run out this year organizers are discussing whether to.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"I four kicked saying like like slow countdown mess anything kick in here we go maybe possibly right just though some dough pass fucking horns in here somewhere four is so hard for oh yeah i'm good shit malls romi in gold flakes call me the best band ever and name mismatch mouth it shook could be worse some bad he wants to me oh without guys we're back again and it is a epic day here shook you'd be worse slow because it is episode twin way twenty that's wrong yeah punch me okay well monumental day no i'm pretty sure let's try episode twenty it's it's a it's a landmark that means a twenty weeks we've been doing shit could be worse so we decided for the twentieth episode what we're gonna do is play the past nineteen episodes all at the same time sounds like some as you do if you player podcast match mouth subliminal messaging strick hey i okay are you guys into getting stupid tattoos yeah by dumb tattoos i mean i don't have many but yeah all right here's a pact that i dare you guys to do with me let's all go get smashmouth tattoos come on let's go we smash about enough people so we can spend out some bad so we will stand together so i have to be we're doing individual letters though but i think we should see you gets bash about that to you like a leg that has just stupid shit on say i'll do it on my leg.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Cross and the ad council president trump says a democratic memo about abuse of government surveillance powers of the fbi's russia probe is heavily politico and he can't release it without a lot of changes in a tweet this morning president trump said quote for democrats sent a very political along response memo which they knew because of sources and methods and more would have to be heavily redacted whereupon they would blame the white house for a lack of transparency told them to redo and send it back in proper form fox is molly henneberg the memos in response to a gop memorial really released cdc officials have released the newest flu season data and war and that it's still a threat the flu isn't backing down yet cdc officials say previous records for flu like illness have been topped as of this week acting cdc director and shook it says the cases are still on the rise one of the areas where we really seeing um uh usual levels of hospitalization is in phnom elderly adult at least sixty three children have died due to the flu this year and the cdc says the number of flu related deaths may continue to go up the typical flu season runs between eleven and twenty weeks were already in the eleven th week of the current season tanya jack powers fox news a new hampshire mothers freezing a criminal charge after her toddler nearly get strangle police in hudson new hampshire say a three year old girl rapto retractable dog leash around her neck several times in couldn't breathe they also say the child's mother was in a different room checking out social media apps leaving the girl alone for an extended period of time first responders came in after getting a nine one monk call him found the girl alert but showing signs of strangulation and they got her to a hospital police have charged the toddler's 23yearold mother with endangering the welfare of a child jill nato fox news sunday will to your fox news radio.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"The maybe vulgar net is spur specifically when the victims of illegal immigration are are sitting there and crime in the story that was told about the family that adopted the kid mega will literally this week the democrats voted down a law that would have prevented abortion past twenty weeks and pain there i mean i tweeted it out but it's true cecile richards would a center that heroin launched deport the can than you don't have a problem should've been talking about saving the kid and adopting the cat when we hear these stores it feels like when trump talked at the forgotten man of this stuff we are the forgotten people right these are the stories that haven't been told for most of my life and so even i who have not been a fan of the president for a lot of his rhetoric that kind of rhetoric is is really effective in really meaningful and especially when democrats are so out of care of their so out of the box that they they see things now like america is is no better than north korea like the literally is a new and then we shall die from north korea holding up his crutches saying i got out of there and say well if you if you can't see this dichotomy you don't know what you're will you look at new who's been describing the mirror as whole for the last twenty five year yet receivable there did not only right now i'm sure the at the other day stephen colbert it openly on his show is that right a little because it has it after trump made the asshole comments about other countries and which by the way is it it is an arguably true that there are other countries that are as you wrote a piece of folded paper so i mean there there's there's just no question about it but stephen colbert got up and said america's the real asshole because we elected trump and then i know at the grammys got up and said thank god for asshole countries because the work for astle countries we wouldn't have all these people here and cycle snl comfort as well that he actually said that during granny's and that.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"The phrase chains migration when someone uses the phrase change migration is intentional and try to demonize families literally trying to demonize families and make it a racist slur it is not rice and so we have to face these these are people these are families and has elected leaders the me the way i look at it i'm gonna fight for your child's and these children as much as i'm going to fight for my own and that is our job as elected leaders to fight for these kids unified for the kids if i forget yesterday the democrats including christian children voted down a bill that would have prevented abortion except in cases where the mother of life the mother is in danger it prevented abortion after twenty weeks twenty weeks okay that's not an extreme position here's the fact about 20weekold baby in the that is a full baby okay there are babies who are now living outside the woman twenty weeks outside the womb if you see an ultrasound should not your sound like their last week i think of what it 20weekold baby looks like in the womb it is a fully formed human child there's a reason why if you look over to europe so funding left is constantly talking about the wonders in glories of europe europe is just this tremendous wonderful rich place of culture and happiness and open marriages it's just so they're so progressive over in your plant will just be progressive like the europeans here are the abortion on demand laws in various european countries greece illegal past twelve weeks austria illegal past while weeks germany illegal past twelve weeks france illegal past twelve weeks italy illegal past twelve weeks spain illegal passports.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on Laces Out
"Down links russia we should say they want one on one good verse goods so they kept up the rhythm and shit like that i think maybe the rams rugby two young of a team to do that i think maybe you take a week off you can lose everything like that but i have no clue if they win that game it's never talked about just like we took those two weeks off and then we made to the super bowl and it was never talked about it's all about what happens is just like sean payton gun fordham fourth in two if they get that fourth down his genius absolute genius everything is so selective on if it works or if it does it work and it's just a big deal but i'm not sure how like a real position player field aj fewer to take off a week or two at the end of the season when you were younger do you think you would have lost something do you think you would have taken advantage of a jury think you would have abused that a little bit i wouldn't have abused but there's no real way to take advantage of it no matter what age i was if i'm hurt amac in healthy in nine days that's not getting me healthy i make you make your legs back a little bit will not really you just got done with basically twenty weeks of football if you couch training camp in in your preseason games so i you can't really get healthy of a guy has uh as an ankle sprain something like that maybe he's trying to come back from little hammi hamstring core something those that extra seven eight days can help but i think it's more of like a mindset thing we were in that situation lots of where the last three weeks of the season two or three weeks you're thinking okay we'll are the that'd be great if we can get a by what are we gonna do this last game maybe the last two games i dunno is and going to start with if he does that if he doesn't start any of other player same while he's not point i don't wanna play i'm not i'm not going to go on their employer for started quarterbacks not and so you.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You can listen to some more my conservative uh a individuals who were thought i lined up with and they don't mention the word 'abortion for months for months uh you know in in in in all the celebrating of the chicken and pot tax break i want you to remember that there is a silent scream of lulu individuals that have been butchered in their mother's womb every day and to the extent of twenty one thousand dead human beings every so i have not been satisfied with because you know they trump this twenty week thing if the baby could survive for twenty weeks then you couldn't kill it well if it was a baby the same baby had killed before twenty weeks would be the same baby see you save after tony we and that was a sham that was a sham by the way which has not pass that's us i'm a little disappointed in in in in in the trump administration from the perspective of some of the value issues we have been made much progress still three thousand babies dying every day and and then you know we got the twenty um weak saying and uh that uh didn't come to fruition as last i heard was some way languishing on him nova on its own list with the senate but again we have in the same three thousand was dying a year ago but dying now while there were some things went up you know i i thought it was almost like the flimflam with the twenty weeks because all the twenty weeks would do these people were excel orie the killing of their baby make sure they get rid of it before twenty weeks so uh ththat really wasn't much of a victory folks and not look back as a as you know passionate support of the life of the unborn and i know some of you get tired of me talk about that so much to i know you do because he no one's pulling your he had often pulling your your your arms out of the soccer dissecting your body you no one's jamming instrument in your grandchildren skull and sucking brains out so you've gotta get tired of me but that's another in dayton someone said the media the day you people always talking about them baby who won't take care of you know that's.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories
"But guess what who was the guy that scored on that play well you're looking at him right here kevin the gandhi sports center anchor that highlight just represented the worst of the worst perfectly it was number one on our sports centre not top10 for going on twenty weeks and i remember thinking this thing is never going to lose after forty weeks the powersthatbe made the decision to retire it they saw that the but fumble was an unstoppable force and we had to take matters into our own hands think about it forty weeks we were coming back around to the next football season you're talking about awful baseball plays the entire nba season bad college football plays awful soccer plays even a few owngoals and for forty weeks of are not top10 the but fumble outlasted more than 400 bad plays if we hadn't retired but fumble that play was going to last for a while a long while put it this way no other blue per has its own name mcelroy it might have bothered him but mark never really made it known if anything ali said was i can't believe i did that marks very caring very respectful and wants to please everybody he was young to 26 dealing with versity for the first time in his career and being in new york overwhelmed him it broke all of our hearts for him speicher social media has really capitalised on the idea of image as a metaphor for life you can sum up your entire existence and you're complicated feelings in like four seconds so now the buffalo can describe your monday or getting rejected at work but fumble his lived on because of that power we put in vines in gifts to define our lives for us in four simple seconds gregory when thanksgiving rolls around here comes fifty or sixty text messages all for my buddies remember the but fumble thanksgiving is but fumble every thinks giving we reenact the but fumble usually my wife please mark sanchez i play me we line up my father is an offense of wyman and we take my mother and put her on the defence of light she knocks my dad back my wife runs into him she fumbles i pick it up and score then we go he turkey oh come on i'm joking we don't do that.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fact that children as early as twenty weeks survive at twenty weeks just stations and at the rim nurseries in intensive care nurseries in one of the doctors that i quoted as well a who works in a intensive care neonatal unit talked about how her patients at twenty weeks that if she were to go in pole an arm or leg de limb that child that the pay that child would suffer would be intense so i believe it's not shared by everyone and i respect or people who have with whatever their view that the most fundamental human rights issue of our time is protecting the innocent in the most vulnerable from violence and i do believe that abortion is violence against children and it also and i worked with number of women who are post the board of that there are consequences for the women as well particularly psychologically not all would agree with that but there's no doubt that when you dismember or chemically poison number one child it has a horrific impact on the child older he or she is is and the evidence is overwhelming not even suggested but overwhelming of that they feel pain and they feel even more excruciatingly in a much deeper way than we do he goes from twenty weeks to thirty two weeks just station other there more receptors on the skin area available to the dismemberment in a child just does feel even more dr anad who's a a an expert has stated that in sworn affidavits of on behalf of the justice department in courts of law i say that because there will be obviously ongoing fights on this issue president obama reversed the mexico city policy when he took office president clinton did the same thing ronald reagan initiated george herbert walker bush continued it and george w bush reinstated i'm very proud of the administration for extended to global health is so that the child is hold harm nmls these are babies the first amendment i offered in the us opera house of representatives in committee in the foreign affairs committee was to.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on KGO 810
"Rondo and show featuring pat thurston good morning i'm pat thurston and i mean for round allen's today and i won't back down i do want to say that i and i appreciate christie then i am playing tom petty so let me because i'm so sad that have tom petty died and then died the way he did little life the guy may have what on life you know he was so dirt poor this hillbilly kid who made it really big and he was used by his father when he was five years old he said that he had wealth all over his body from his dad beating him with a belt and he turned out to be such a great guy i mean a really nice person a very successful man who wrote some incredible music so timely monsieur all right i do want to talk about wet tech qimlas mentioning during the news there are two stories here that i think kinda go hand in hand and i think we need to talk about both of them one of them is that the republicans and this is really something because this is so hypocritical tale the republicans at put fourth excuse me a new abortion ban this is a twenty week abortion ban a ban on abortions after twenty weeks gas station a ban an absolute ban now what's interesting about this are one of the things that's interesting about this is that uh republican tim murphy representative tim murphy a pencil vania he was one of the cosponsors of this bill that would ban abortions after the 20th week yeah at ninety eight percent of the house republicans who passed this bill by the way on tuesday night are men and isn't it fascinating that just hours after the pittsburgh post gazette reported that murphy's former mistress shannon edwards castigated him for posting antitrust messages on facebook shortly after encouraging her to abort a possible pregnancy that resulted from their extramarital affair they passed this bill this is such blatant hypocrisy once again by this party i mean we all remember the guy was who was ho so antihomosexual who is in the bathroom stall trying to get favors from a man in the.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Jack is back on earth spanning nearly twenty weeks the international space station he touched down with other crew members and kazakhstan over the weekend after landing fisher tweeted there were quoted hugh smiles all around to be back on terra firma he was conducting experiments aboard the space station including one about how astronauts eyes change while they're in space pretty cool five 45 on colorado's morning to sports we got broncos we got rockies hey they got a win but too little too late if certain awhile and at the end of the season to lay lee guys the sky is falling all he april you're going to be fine always have to walk me back from yes i will i will do that happily rockies pulled out a fire or rather a four three win over the giants to stamped their fourgame losing streak carlos gonzalez drew a basesloaded walk at the bottom of the ninth to push across the game winning run he said this win kambia sparked a better thing we've been waiting for them three when i get things over and over again you know you don't wanna keep losing and losing a big i like that today and confidence level goes up let's see if they can build on that rockies lead the race for the second wildcard by a game and a half over the brewers the cardinals are three games back rocky's giants again tonight tyler chat would versus thai block koa coverage starts with rockies ondeck at 605 at dodger stadium the dbacks keep rolling and jd martinez was out of his mind on open she martinez gene he's a major league record field laser story greg solti on kmp diamondbacks role to a thirteen nothing when they have won eleven straight games quarterback brock osweiler is back with the broncos he signed a oneyear deal to be trevor simeone's backup osweiler of course signed a huge free agent deal with the texans after the 2015 season and for the record he said it was not an easy decision to leave the organization he enjoyed being with there's nothing but love it and that's how it's always bad especially for land um you know i want people to know that decision income lightly in sleep for about a week though sick to my stomach every single day uh i was a mess and then at.
"twenty weeks" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Fifteen to twenty weeks will zia said which is awesome for my career but then all of us on got a whole lot more dangerous of yes so many big weijia more risk now is that all in one beach or is out like around the country in australia's at all around the world and he just like you can predict two days could be huge you fly their house that work all of the world and it we get a sevenday forecast and all that at the end of the week i'll be surfing monster wives and it might be of the bottom of south africa bottom australia taihiti here in america in the west coast you'll get advance your fly there and you're just go fly than and sort of about two days out we make the decision to get the lightest possible kazan we know what the wings and the weather is doing or not the swells already on the way while on a perfect queens and weather conditions as well said to days out would jump on the plane land usually the knock before this well get everything ready jetskis out the surface photographers video and had out there and take it on hurley morning usually is when it's the best time or more often than not early morning beyond as the light winds good occasionally we can get a an entire diane and sometimes 'backtoback days but often the not we get a one huge dice wellknown astaas to drop to ensure have like a record for like when the biggest waves or something or a recco wherever one consecutive awards for the biggest wave of the and i won backtoback three over the year and at the time i was kind of.