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California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill
"Surfers and swimmers have returned to the weights at southern California's Huntington beach a little more than a week after an oil pipeline leak off shore the re opening of what many call surf city USA came far sooner than many expected that's the spill became apparent a few troops Mel blanketed the coast and blobs of crude began washing ashore but officials say water quality tests now show no detectable levels of oil associated toxins and Avan ados E. with the California department of fish and game tells KABC they have not found a lot of oiled birds there's not a lot of bird population out there right now so in that respect we got lucky right it could be a different kind of hearing you might have ten thousand birds out there that's for the tar balls I dont see says they're not looking for the public's help we get it right you want the oil off just as fast if not faster than we do but oil is a hazardous substance while the environmental impact on wetland habitats has been less severe than initially feared advocates say they remain concerned about the long term impact I'm Ben Thomas
Why an Israeli Military Option Against Iran Is Possible
"Good morning. michael how are you. I'm good goodhew. Good to be back with you as always thank you yesterday. Jake sullivan the national security adviser to the president. Who is your friend. Robert o'brien speaks very highly of a met with national security council chairman. Y'all who lot who. I do not knowing have not heard of before as the us. Israel's strategic consulting group and international interagency bilateral forum met to discuss iran. What do you think they talked about in the think. Actually that this group of american presidents and advisers would ever strike against iran in a meaningful way alongside of israel. Well let me put it. Let me couch it as hope. Okay i don't know what they talk about i. I hope they talked about That jake sullivan. Usa today highest relevant told his israeli counterpart at the united states and tends to go back to the talks with the launch and And maybe they're optimistic about getting the jcp. A renewed in which case united states x. y. And the to enhances real security which means understanding. That's the united states understands that. He's iran violate the agreement. If he ron Starts moving ahead to enrich iranian more. Create a warhead or to. Put that warhead on top of ballistic missiles. The united states you consider that a violation and we'll acts accordingly either by itself oversupply by supporting israeli acted but also capability United states has military capabilities. That israel does not have. I don't wanna surprise anybody who does not have strategic bombers And the united states could land lease sale some of these capabilities to israel in the sand. I think very profound message to iran. you know. Don't don't mess with us
Go Visit and Check out SchoolBoardWatchlist.Org
"There's a great website I'm putting on my social sites on getter and parlor but I'd like you to write this down It's called school board watch list dot org School board watch list dot art part of the turning point USA group School board watch list dot org I want you to go over there and check it out Everybody should go over there and check it out School board watch list dot org I want the attorney general not of the United States The attorney general the Democrat party in the American Marxist movement to understand something We're not invigorated more resolute more motivated than ever before We are a free people Men and women have died for this country So that we can speak at school board meetings without being intimidated by union thugs by educational bureaucrats by radical school board members and by the FBI The FBI That's acting like the East German Stasi We're not going to put up with this There's not this widespread violence at school board meetings I mean hell the national school board association writes this long outrageous letter to Biden which finds its way quickly within days to the Department of Justice that issues a memo It's an inside job And they have no examples They want example of one guy hitting somebody and based on that We need to federalize our school board meetings How we do
The Democrat 'Process' Unleashes on Senator Kyrsten Sinema
"Senator. Kirsten cinema was teaching a class at arizona. State university and was targeted by a couple of students are activists and was accosted and ended up being that the people costing her again. I don't understand why these people post these videos. Same with the first one of the racist and the biggest that were not held accountable by the state university administration by the way a lot of conservatives think. Asu is this wonderful place. Arizona state university is a radical university devoid of wisdom devoid of principle. And if you want your children to hate the country send them to arizona state university. It's not to say that everyone does my good friend. Scott has one of his kids that go to arizona state university. And i think i hope it works out. Well i'm just saying arizona state university and there's some very nasty people that are produced from arizona state university but so these and we also have a great turning point. Usa chapter there. But you start to see these videos of these activists that actually post these videos you think if you commit a felony. Do you still post a video in their activist. Training one one where they learn how to burn down wendy's and you know target white people do they not say. Hey if you commit a felony do not delete the video will. It is a felony to go into the bathroom and record somebody. You are not allowed to do that. You're not allowed to film inside of a bathroom. They did anyway. So these are illegals. That should have been deported. Obviously they shouldn't be in our country the motto they're dreamers wonderful people. Yeah right now. Go into the restroom. Break the law and record cureton cinema. Were she's been a professor there for nineteen years belligerently screaming build back better. Build back better. It's their new
COVID Herd Immunity Will Probably Never Happen
"The fact is we're not going to eradicate cova big banner headline in today's usa. Today herd immunity may never happen. Doctors say we needed to get to a ninety percent vaccination rate a really will tell that to israel israel's way up there and their vaccination rate how they check out their hospitals check out their illnesses check out their death rate. We don't know but we get to decide for ourselves. We this is life and the politicisation has come from the left. Don't let anybody tell you otherwise this is all been politicized by the loony left. Normal americans are not politicizing. This stuff
Democratic Strategists Pose as Republican Group to Attack Glenn Youngkin
"And even axios a left wing site says Dems sneaky sabotage a group tied to prominent democratic strategists is posing as a conservative outfit To try to drive a wedge between the Republican candidate for Virginia governor and his core vote as axios has learned During the past week virginians have been targeted with ads on Facebook Instagram Google and SnapChat questioning Jenkins commitment to the Second Amendment Though the work of a new political group called accountability Virginia pack its website says nothing about the individual's organizations behind it This is how the Democrats did They are a sleazy diabolical operation While the NRA backs Donald Trump they refuse to endorse Glen junk and we can't trust glennon on our guns one of the ads says public records show that PAC has spent more than 25,000 on the ads which have been viewed between one and 5 million times While clearly designed they hit youngin from the right all indications point to Democrats behind the pack Accountability Virginia's online donation page has hosted by democratic fundraising platform act blue It's bank account is amalgamated bank a labor union owned financial institution popular with democratic political groups The PAC was incorporated in Virginia by compliance consultants of the NBA MBA consoling group which works uniformly with Democrats Its ads on SnapChat were purchased by gambit strategies a firm founded this year by the Biden presidential campaign's digital director former head of democratic super PAC priorities USA Fake information is prevalent on the Internet gambit's website warrants research shows time and time again the best way to combat false negative information Is to provide people with positive information about a candidate Now they're gambit in north NBA consulting responded to axios request for
'Deceiving the Sky' Author Bill Gertz Explains How China Views the USA
"He's the national security correspondent for the washington times a good friend of the show author of deceiving the sky inside communist china's dry for global supremacy bill. Welcome to one on one. Hi sebastian great to be on the show. Thank you for joining us bill. Follow this gentleman. Bill gertz g. rtz on twitter question to quote wasn't trotsky who said olenin trust. You said you may not be interested in war but war is interested in you. That china is not our enemy. What does china think of america. Bill this is an amazing disclosure by the chairman. The chinese view the united states as their main enemy vanquished in fact within the chinese strategy which is encapsulated in something called xi jinping china dream china will achieve global supremacy at the expense of the united states. In other words. China's dream can't be reached until the united states is diminished and ultimately
Becoming the Same Person in Public as You Are in Private
"I think deep down. We know we're not going to be able to live through this much longer right this tyranny of self censorship so we complain a lot about censorship turning point. Usa and we should censorship from the tech companies censorship from the corporations. But what's the number one form of censorship. you shutting up you. i do when. I'm around certain family members. I'm like i'm not going to deal with this right now. I'm not going to do it like i can. I have one evening where i don't talk about it. Guess what that countries over. No more not talking about politics. No we're not talking about philosophy or what you believe in now every single time that you interact with somebody. You're gonna be like you know what i actually disagree. I actually don't think we should shut down. Lock down the country or mandate mandate vaccines against people's well. And i think it's generally a bad idea to put a mask on a fire. I think it's child abuse. And i think you should go to prison like that's a good. That's a good way to begin argument with your now. That's not going to win you a lot of friends but look around. You can make new friends right. Look around you can meet new people and that new bonds new relationships new friendships. What i'm saying is that the key so being a conservative activist on the frontlines. Which all of you are is being the same person in public that you are in private. You wanna be free. People say i want to be free charlie. Then be the same person you are to your best friend than you are on social media some of your like already that you are in the vast minority of americans because you know most americans the e mails we get on our radio. Show on our podcast. You they say charlie. I'm terrified to express my opinion at work. I can't tell anyone what i actually believe. I leave my house. And i have to put on a camouflaged costume disguise and pretend to be a political moderate or a leftist just to keep the paycheck keep going. That is not sustainable. Everybody
What Can College Students Do to Save the Country?
"Get asked all the time at these events. Charlie what can i do to save the country and these are people that are asking their fifty or sixty or seventy years. Old united salam. I say you need to be as courageous as are turning point. Usa students are on campus. I say you need actually stick your neck out and be really willing to lose something to do the right thing and you have to understand what's happening on these campuses where you are is the center of everything that is happening in the country as many of you know not exactly a fan of most colleges across the country but they're so incredibly important for charting the future and the cultural direction so for example when a professor starts to spout out all these terrible ideas on blm or systemic racism white privilege. How many have professors like that all the time. Of course you do what do you do. You have then all of a sudden you have to ask yourself a question. Which is the most important question that a lot of uganda ask in the next year. Which is this do. I challenge this professor and record this professor while. I challenge them and put at risk. Your great now. This is the question. Isn't it which is do you take a bold step to try to do what you know is right even though you might pay a price or consequence for that now. A lot of you've already made that decision. How many of you are like. I don't care i'm going to do the right thing now. Not every hand goes up because some people like. I don't know i might actually lie right. That the greatest thing ever and that there's unlimited amount of genders whatever and now. I'm not saying there's a right or wrong answer to this right because my friend and i respect him a lot ben. Shapiro has a different opinion on this. He thinks that grades of the most important thing you know lying. Your way through college is important. My belief is different. I would rather have a generation of courageous students. Then a bunch of a student nerds that lied their way through college. So they'll get a good grade. I would rather have a generation of young people that are stepping up and doing the right
A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools
"Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade.
Democratic Party Leaders Do Not Give a Hoot About the USA
"The word got out. The democratic party of the united states wants as many people to come into this country by any means possible as possible because they are seen as potential voters. I believe deeply deeply. I would take a lie detector test. I would swear on the bible. But i believe is ultimately divinely inspired parts of it divinely written. I would swear on that. But i believe that the democratic party heads up the average democrat doesn't give a damn about the united states of america. That is the reason. Joe biden is a good example. Kamala harris is an example. I never said this about a president vice president of the united states and yet i would say about half the country believes that they don't give a damn about this country. Don't they love power. These are nothing's both of them were nothing's and they luxuriate in the success. They have had undeserved earned nothing. It's nothing people who were. Nothing's guide us. When i when i watched chuck schumer just stand in front of cameras. Lie about people whipping. Black immigrants hearing members of congress. Say oh once again. We're watching whites whip blacks for those of us who have a voice in us. That says you know you're lying. It's very hard to understand the average democratic politician.
Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce
"People are saying charlie. I saw clip. Sarah silverman asking whether or not we should separate as a nation. What are your thoughts. I do have some very. Let's say clear thoughts on sarah silverman in general okay. Sarah silverman basically calls for a divorce a national divorce. We have said on this program for quite some time that unfortunately the way things are headed. We are heading for a national divorce. If we are not able to unify our forces and now sarah silverman who supposed to be a comedian of really never heard her saying anything. Funny as this assay play tape select. Why don't we just finally just realize that this these states aren't working and like divide up until like two or three countries of the usa one in usa to and will be allies. And you'll come over here and we'll go over there and you know when you come to certain many times when you go to a different country. You have to get a vaccine. Now she's coming under a lot of backlash for what she said. But it's not entirely dumb because that's actually where people are headed because we actually are living in that country right now. When i go to los angeles when i go to san francisco. It's a completely different experience then living in arizona. I don't want it to be that way. I'd love to see unification and people coming together. But basically what she's saying is like i don't wanna live with people like charlie kirk or conservatives. Just kick them out of the country. We'll have our own way to do things. We'll just kind of figure it out ourselves.
Carli Lloyd Scores a Record-Tying 5 Goals in USWNT Match vs. Paraguay
"A bang. US. Forward Carly Lloyd scored five goals in nine Nothing hammering of Paraguay in one of her final matches before retiring from soccer. The 39 year old will play three more international contest before calling time on her USA career. Lloyd's five goals equalled the record for most goals scored in a women's international match for the U. S is
U.S. Gymnasts Say FBI Failed to Protect Them From Sexual Abuse
"Four american gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney aly rice. Men and maggie nichols sat in front of the senate yesterday. Engaged emotional testimony about the abuse. They suffered at the hands of former usa gymnastics doctor. Larry nassar and their feelings of betrayal by investigators particularly the fbi the fbi. Let them down big time. This is simone biles. I don't want another young gymnast. Olympic athlete or any individual to experience the horror that i and hundreds of others have endured before during and continuing to this day in the week of the larry nassar abuse. She said the scars of this horrific abuse continue and the impact will never be over michaela. Maroni told a story about sitting on her bedroom floor back in twenty fifteen and talking to the fbi over the phone and telling them all of the details of everything that had happened to her and then told the f. b. i. About tokyo the day he gave me a sleeping pill for the plane. Ride to then work on me. Later that night that evening i was naked completely alone with him on top of me molesting me for hours. I began crying at the memory over the phone. And there was just dead silence. I was so shocked at the agents silence and disregard for my trauma. After that minute of silence he asked is that all advocates for the young women. Say as many as one hundred twenty athletes may have been abused by nasser. they says l. erased men nassir found more than one hundred new victims to molest serving innocent children up to a pedophile on a silver platter. All we needed was one adult to do the right thing. I don't know if you guys saw this part of her testimony but she told a story about sitting with an fbi agent and him trying to convince her that everything that had happened. Wasn't that bad.
White House Announces New Security Pact With Australia and UK
"Let's just talk briefly about this new partnership between the us australia and the uk. Casey it was announced yesterday. Just explain what it's intending to achieve. Guess there's it's an e packed in in theory and is a security pact. We have a situation where australia will be making new submarines with health in the us. Osa the caper in the us technology in us intelligence. And it has created a diplomatic steph or a number of reasons one. Because obviously you have the five is and this appears to be a breakway from the fives. Some of the countries have in it meeting on coming up with the rain plan. And i think that is seeing even though it's not specifically as a response to china and this is a group trying to tackle they think will be chinese aggression in this area. I think that you use saying the allies or the allies of the uk. Australia and the us. I'm unhappy because you have a situation. Where france had been quite a public their annoyance over this land because a french company had previously had a contract to let australia on submarines and that has now gone in favor of lectern with the us. And that i think are new zealand. A member of the five. Is you have a proper. Because just into autumn relating to rules they had previously in place is saying that these submarines won't say. Hey kennel enter. Newseum waters and i think that is just suggesting a tilt. In towns case foreign policy in the areas it's focusing on usa allies most values
Simone Biles: 'I Blame the System That Enabled Larry Nassar's Abuse'
"Before we begin our next segment. We note that we will be discussing sexual abuse the testimony. On capitol hill yesterday was both angry and anguished for usa gymnastics athletes said law enforcement including the fbi ignored them and lied about them when they said they were abused by former team. Doctor and convicted sex offender. Larry nassar simone. Biles was one of the women who testified to be clear. I blame larry nassar and i also blame an entire system that enabled perpetrated his joining us. Now is marissa witkowski hausky. She's an investigative journalist for usa today. Who began covering the abuse scandal years ago at the indianapolis star. It's been six years since usa gymnastics heard the first allegations. And it's been five years since you and other journalists at the indianapolis star began reporting on this listening to yesterday's testimonies. What stood out to you. What lawmakers heard yesterday was the continued frustration of survivors. Who felt that their allegations against larry nassar had not been taken seriously enough. They had been calling for change in calling for accountability for the failures of usa gymnastics of the us olympic and paralympic committee and of the fbi former olympic gymnast michaela maroney in her testimony directly. Blame the fbi for not acting fast enough to stop by larry nassar. Here's her testimony. What is the point of reporting abuse if our own. Fbi agents are going to take it upon themselves to bury that report in a drawer.
Star Gymnasts Give Chilling Testimony on FBI Mishandling of Larry Nassar Case
"Our listeners. There will be descriptions of sexual assault here so if you need to skip ahead. Now's the time but with that. Let's go to christine brennan sports columnists with usa today. Abc news contributor. And she's actually been covering the story since it broke which is years now right christina. What stuck out to you about this testimony yesterday brad. The power is in the platform. A lot of what was said by. Simone biles and allie race men michaela maroney and mcnichols. A lot of it has been in reports or has been printed in newspaper stories and online it. Some of it was new but a lot of it wasn't. I've had to be taken in an ambulance. Because i pass out and i'm so sick from just the trauma and it might not even be after a hearing like this it just hits me out of the blue to have us be reminded of the horrors of larry nassar to see these incredible women especially simone biles. Everyone just watched her six weeks ago in tokyo and all that she went through there i worked incredibly hard to make sure that my presence could maintain a connection between the failures and the competition at tokyo twenty twenty that has proven to be exceptionally difficult burden for me to carry. It is a reminder That that this denver goes away. Never goes away for them and though it in that means it shouldn't ever go away for us and they're survivors of larry. Nassar have a right to know why they're wellbeing was placed in jeopardy by these individuals. Who chose not to do their jobs to date. No one from the fbi. The us opec or usa. G has faced federal charges. other than larry
18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim
"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for
"usa." Discussed on Latino USA
"The dominican republic has one of the harshest anti-abortion laws in the americas. Abortion isn't allowed. Under any circumstances only five other countries in the continent have such harsh restrictions on ending a pregnancy legally. That's haiti on dudas. Nicaragua jamaica and el salvador today. I'm joined by amanda. She's a dominican journalist and our former digital media at her here at let the usa. She's gonna tell us more about what's happening in her home country where she's based right now and what's going on in the fight for women's reproductive rights on the island. Hey amanda welcome to let him. Usa alumnia thank you for having me today. So amanda you've been following the protests that have been happening in the dominican republic since march and that's when women's rights activist set up an encampment in the capital in santo. Domingo more recently there was a national march where a lot of people in the protests. Were chanting something pretty particular. They were saying less. Today's cows silas which can basically be translated into the three grounds or the three circumstances. So that's a less three scou- sally's i mean it's like it's it doesn't roll right off of your tongue. I'm trying to think of ever used the word. Gauss silas anywhere in my life in spanish. And i'm like. I don't think i've ever used that word. So kisses to the last three days. Cow sally's yes. So the silence. Which was a word that i've personally gotten very used to saying because i've been in the middle of these protests They're basically three circumstances under which women would be allowed to have an abortion and these are considered sort of the basic circumstances right. So it's when there has been a case of rape or incest when the fetus non non-viable and when the health of the woman is at risk
"usa." Discussed on Latino USA
"For over forty years. Richard thing is had a successful career as a motivational speaker. I realized that as much as i wanted to fit in. I was never credit fitted. I was granted to stand out. That's why a lotta young people your whole life. You felt like. I don't feed in because you're not supposed to is supposed to stand out as vice president of multicultural sales and community promotions. At pepsico. he'd been called the godfather of hispanic brandon and was considered one of the most influential latinos in corporate america. His rags to riches story was truly the stuff of legends. He's one of ten children or into mexican field workers in wa steve. A town in southwestern california were italian and mexican immigrants ones all shared the same ocupation. Picking grapes richard began working as a janitor at frito lay in nineteen seventy six when he was just eighteen years old eventually. He climbed the ranks to being a top executive at the fortune. Five hundred company. He says his happened after he presented an idea to his superiors. It was pitched that he says would later be turned into the trademark flaming. Hot cheetos line. This spicy injured. Red snacks are today. One of frito lay's top celine flavors fairness. What if. I put chili on cheeto. So i went to work. You know i'm actually made up my own seasoning and all that and put it on a on season cheeto. My wife took some to work. I took some to work. Everybody fell in love with it. All of this was an american dream like story that most people knew and loved up until very recently in may of this year the times published a story under the headline the man who didn't invent flaming hot cheetos. In a five thousand plus word investigation. Business reporter sam. Dean revealed severe inconsistencies. In the timeline of richard. Storytelling
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"Tell me to say every morning taste can be great day. I can't I will. Today's a great day again. And I did. My father was always very motivational growing up and to me. It's so interesting because as such an empowering such an uplifting self-motivated man, a self educated man, neither of my parents, graduated from college, and they really raised three successful women. He got into an accident when I was fifteen years old, and he had a parasite in the left side of his brain. And he had seizures in his car. He drove off the road into a golf course. The jaws of life were needed to take him out of it. We thought we were going to lose my father, and what ended up being a horrific accident turned into probably one of the greatest blessings because my father's motivation, kicked into high gear. My father's self improvement self-help kicked into like super high gear where he would whisper to me at night. You can be anything. You wanna be an I'd wake up and. I'd be like dad, what are you doing? Why are you doing any big on talking to yourself conscious? Go back to. Yes. Swear to God. That is not a lie that happened to me on lane by your bits. I being yet. You can be. Oh, dude. I love this. You just gotta talk to your kids while they're sleeping and creep amount. It's totally going to work. Coming up on let the USA Gina talks about why she's decided to pull away from social media and her starring role in the new action movie Misbah stay with us nothing. Yes..
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"So at one time you were asked about the bullying and the violence new said, quote, I guess at seventeen it was hard for me to see that the person I was really fighting was myself. I chose violence to be the tool of deconstructing other people's issues, and it led to creating more issues to myself. So every time someone thought just because he's smart. He's soft. I reminded them every day that I would hurt them in some way. Like, everything about me was structured to fight with people to be honest awhile. I imagined that I liked that at the time really inside of me. I didn't like that. It wasn't something that I enjoyed. It was something that I saw as an assess ity it's touch and go it's not like I was just a purely wicked kid. So the rage actually lands. You in prison is it imprison where you basically decide that. That's where you want to move into rap or how is it that you decide rap is the place where you're gonna find your expression. I think one of the things of about prison. Isn't that a decided to make me choose rap career? I chose rap in prison as a form of meditation as a form of finding peace. I was thrown in the whole one time for people who don't know what that is that solitary confinement where you basically live in an existing very dark space native American captaining judge he came by mysel-, and he shoved the piece of paper and like a half broken pencil in the Sal. And he was like, yo man don't go crazy in there. And I really man, you know, there's a person out there who I oh, you know, what I mean to pay their rent is definitely judge because man that piece of paper was covered with so many, right? It looked like like, I only had one piece of paper to write on. So it was like I wrote on all the lines that I wrote on the size, and I wrote undersides I wrote on the back. I wrote on the outside lines. This thing was like the holy grail awash. Get full grants. Rich kids cost freight painted on St. set into subway. Coming up on new USA. We talk about immoral techniques. I Alba and the song that launched his career. Stay with us snow device. Traders everyone else, personal sports self. Ourselves..
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"Marlin Bishop fidelity and Sophia buddies IKEA with additional editing by Alison macadam. Our engineers are stuffing the boat and Julia for Russo R production manager is not that he puts our theme music was composed by saying it will be knows if you like the music that you heard on this episode. Be sure you stop by USA dot org and check out our weekly Spotify playlist and one more thing for you podcast listeners out there if you could go to apple podcasts and take a moment to rate and review new USA. This really helps other listeners to find us, and we love reading your comments. I'm your host and executive producer money ain't a horse. Join us again next time. And in the meantime, look for us on all of your social media Estella Sima Joe. Let's he no USA is made possible in part by wine coat foundation. And the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change, worldwide and California endowment building strong state by improving the health of all Californians. Pulsa and next time on that new USA legendary afro Peruvian American hip, hop artist in mortal technique, he's known for his political and controversial music. He talks to me about his life growing up in Harlem, and where it all stems from. That's next time on the USA. Starshine shepherd thought she knew her dad, but then one day a stranger call their home fun is in my ear. And he's saying your father's did, you know that the story of a fallen hero. And a mysterious obsession that drove him for decades this week on hidden brain.
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"Welcome to let the USA Stephanie be at threes, and Melissa who made all thank you here. So I heard this story about your audition for Brooklyn nine nine, and you don't know this. But you know, I actually dreamt of being an actor one day myself. And so, you know, the whole thing about dishing like I know a little bit about that. And I hear that. There was a story about like each of you kind of going into the audition room and what happened. So what happened originally we actually destroyed for the same role? Amy, Santiago was written as a Latina character. So we both went in at different times. I never met Melissa before we book the show. But at different times, we went into Allison Jones office who's the catching richer original casting for our show. So yeah, we both read for the same role originally the role that you were reading for. They said, okay. Basically, this is like a good girl letty. Who's a little bit of a Brown, noser terribly insecure? And you know, is just a big pleaser that was the role that you were both reading for. No, it was originally. It was just she's a detective she's kind of the foil to Jake to Andy's Hamburg's character. And actually, she was originally just like very capable very confident like kind of all the parts of Amy that you see still now on the show and she's doing like the cop stuff it was mostly that. And she became a bit more developed all the nerdy and social anxiety stuff kinda came in. There was such a nice way of saying that that was I was I was quite terrible about that. I just said that she was a bit of a of a good girl and wanting to be brownnoser in like she's dealing with anxiety. So thank you. Really fall in love with your character all the parts of them. Well, and I, you know, I don't know if this is actually true because I've never asked Dan gore about it. But I myself was so nervous and like high energy when we were her the pilot and everyday changes on the script would come out and Amy would get a little more nervous and some of the brown-nosing withhold came out. And I was like oh my God. Are they picking up that I'm so every day and like making the character more me because they would have picked that up for Rosa two years. I was terrified the whole time. They are. But you hit it very well. The both of you go, and I guess actor says oh my God. Wait, it's not just one let the we can have to completely. Characters in one television show. Why I think I think that was you know, what ended up happening was that Alison sort of said, I don't think you're right for this role. But I'd like you to read this other role this written in the strip and Meghan Meghan was the way that Rosa's describing the pilot which is like smart, tough and scary as hell and then. Yeah. And then each of us had our respective screen tests, and they ended up changing the name of the character. And they changed ethnicity to and you're you're so lucky because you get to work with one of my I mean, of course, any Sandberg, of course, Saturday Night Live. You know, I'm yes. But but Andrea our oh my God. Everyone knew commanding officer captain Ray, hold. He's just such a great American actor with such heft. And he just kills it in that show by by not showing any emotion. Incredible..
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"And one more thing if you go to apple podcasts and rate and review letting USA this really helps other listeners to find us and the comments you write are so lovely keep them coming. I'm your host and executive producer by gained a Horsa. Join us again on our next episode. And in the meantime, look for us on all of your social media. And I'll see you there as the proxy, Matt. And for this episode seasick with Joe this episode of NPR's Latino USA was made possible with support from the Rockefeller brothers fund, California endowment, building, a strong state by improving the health of all Californians and hiding Simon's foundation unlocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities. More at H S foundation that org. We're working on our Halloween, costumes. We've all decided that as a staff we're all going to be different kinds of bunnies. But the lettuce instead of the energizer bunny is going to be the organizer bunny. Horse next time on that team USA what made Kevin daily on take on one of the most powerful Democrats Dianne Feinstein in California this election season. It's been close to two decades since Senator Feinstein has step off a debate stage, and that's unacceptable. Why Latino progresses we'll keep on challenging the status quo in the Democratic Party. That's next time on that new USA. By midday on November six thousand nine hundred five Columbia's palace of Justice in both dot was a battleground guerrillas held dozens of hostages and the army had building surrounded. What happened that fateful day this week on Friday? Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything.
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"People and to speak truth to power, even if it makes you feel uncomfortable even heels like you're pushing a lot of people's sure, and I feel uncomfortable all the time. This is I don't take joy in doing this. You know, I don't like or aim to be a provocateur or anything like that. It's just the truth is provocative were you the in your face combative young person in your college. No, I wasn't. And that's just not my style. It's just I think just because of the themes of what we're talking about. And the fact that we're unafraid to draw really strong lines based on in my opinion moral issues saying, hey, guess what? No human is a legal boondock. That's it not compromising. Health care is a human rights. Fifteen year old government agency that systematically and repeatedly violates human rights cannot be reformed. It must be abolished. You're talking about ice. Yeah. To me. These are moral questions because we are at a point in this country where issues that used to be not partisan at all are now polarizing you just look at what happened in immigration in this country. The most liberal president on immigration was a Republican Ronald Reagan passing amnesty in the nineteen eighties. Giving all undocumented people a path to citizenship immigration was not always a partisan issue. And in fact, the Democratic Party used to be very conservative on this issue. Even you know, look at how how stringent Obama was in his presidency. We didn't pass the dream act. But now when I go around, and I talked to people the number one thing that they always say is thank you for speaking our truth. Thank you for standing up for us. That's always the first thing. And the second thing is please don't back down. Coming up on that team USA the last thing. My dad ever told me before he passed away was make me proud. And for a really really really long time. I felt like I failed our conversation. With the Augusta reported this continues. Stay with us..
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"Cindy Rudy. Thank you so much for joining us on the USA. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you. The sentence is a new documentary by Rudy by this, and it's a bailable now on HBO. This episode was produced by Sarajevo and edited by Sofia police car. The Latino USA teaming foods me. It must be Anthonio city. He'll Maggie freely Janice Moga and laic willa with help from fit in the Chevy. Our senior editor is Marlin Bishop. Our engineers definitely VO additional engineering this week, Rebecca wineman. Our production manager is not the field. Our fellows are bikini Laura and just under cultural. Our interns are motor and Camis Johnson for the music was composed by saying, if you like the music you heard on this episode, be sure to stop by let USA dot org and check out our weekly Spotify playlist. I'm your host and executive producer, mighty anal Hosa join us again on our next episode. Then in the meantime, look for us on all of your social media. I'll see you there. Yes, that Brooks Chow. This episode of NPR's Latino USA was made possible with support from the Rockefeller brothers fund and wine coat foundation. And the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide. Hey, y'all, Sam Sanders here host of it's been a minute. If you want to hear more from Rudy Valdez in Cindy shank about their film, the sentence, you can hear it on my show.
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"All the defendants ended up with long sentences. Oscar got fifty five years. Others were handed seventy or ninety. And the reason the government was able to convict Oscar at all was because of a guy named FREDDY Mendez Freddie was a new f- AL and recruit. He was arrested with the larger group and facing a near life sentence. He decided to testify against Oscar in hopes of getting his sentence. Reduced Freddie said that Oscar was a leader of the FALN that he directed various operations and taught him how to make bombs after his testimony. Freddie was put in the witness protection program for his safety where his believed to still be today living under a different name. After the trials, the FALN began to dissolve there were a few more bombings between nineteen Eighty-one eighty three, and there were a few more arrests. But essentially it was over seven years after the first bombs, the FALN's offensive against the United States. Government had been put down. In nineteen eighty eight after spending seven years in prison, Oscar was accused of trying to escape and is punishment. His sentence was extended to seventy years. He was also then transferred to a higher security facility where he was alone in his cell on lockdown for twenty three hours a day for twelve years. In the years of followed a movement emerged in the Puerto Rican community asking for a presidential pardon for the f. AL and members in prison. The movement argued that they were not terrorists, but in fact, political prisoners, here's their lawyer. Jan SaaS ler. They were sentenced not because of what they did, but because of who they were politically seditious conspiracy is really thought crime. It's agreeing to be part of challenging the United States government. But opponents say that the thought crime argument is misleading. They point out that the conspiracy conviction with connected to Twenty-eight actual bombings in the Chicago area, nevertheless, the push for their freedom, it worked. But first President Clinton issued his clemency order. Nineteen ninety nine President Bill Clinton offered to commute the sentences of fourteen of the prisoners, here's one of the prisoners on meet the press shortly after his release of what was going on, you call yourself a freedom fighter. Will you continue to use any means necessary to bring about and your mind the decolonization of Puerto Rico? I definitely will not be using any violence whatsoever. Commutations are offered to all, but two Oscar was also offered a commutation, but he refused one of the reasons he gave is that he wouldn't leave unless all of his comrades were freed. I never left anyone behind. I don't care what was get Phnom, whatever it was I did this. She never and tool by defendants were left out, and I, I not these last two were eventually released in two thousand nine and twenty ten Oscar remained in prison, but his supporters never gave up. In twenty sixteen activists started ramping up there camping in earnest to ask President Obama to release Oscar. They put together a heavyweight roster of supporters, Bernie Sanders, Archbishop, Desmond Tutu stars, like Ricky Martin and Ruben blades. Last year, we visited Chicago to get a sense of why people are so passionate about his case. While we were there. I stopped by an event supporting Oscar held at a community center. There. I met lots of Oscar fans like hallmark. It's basically every country has a freedom fighter Oscar. He says this Puerto Rico's freedom fighter Justice, South Africa had Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela is a really good way of looking at it because he was part of armed struggle, and obviously is hard for people to identify the movement of the liberation of Puerto Rico in the same level as apartheid, for example. But the reality is that it is a form of colonialism and he was rebelling against that. But as you might expect, there are many who don't see Oscar Lopez Rivera as any kind of hero. I would love to s people who support is release, say, if not a terrorist, what does Oscar Lopez done to help the Puerto Rican people? Joe Connor was just nine years old. When his dad a Thirty-three-year-old banker.
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"Asthma. Hey, Scott, another crazy week. We've got North Korea. Yep, we've got Russia midterms, and of course President Trump and what happens whenever there is crazy news at our ups, we pop into the studio and break it down to make sense. So if you see a headline we've discussed it, it's the NPR politics podcast. Deadened thinking. Welcome back to let the USA I might yet in Horsa and I'm Marlin Bishop. When we left off, eleven FALN members had just been arrested soon after Oscar Lopez. Rivera was also arrested. There were two federal trials, one for us ker one for everyone else, but in both the f. b. i. had the same problem trying to relate specific bombings to specific individuals was virtually impossible that's former FBI agent, Rick Hahn. Somebody goes and builds a bomb and puts it down in less. They've been careless in left a fingerprint or these days DNA. And of course we didn't have DNA in those days, linking it to a specific individuals of very difficult thing. The FBI were only able to link one of the f. ale in prisoners, Marie. I thought to a specific bomb for all the others, including Oscar. There was no hard evidence proving they ever touched a bomb. So they tried them for something called seditious conspiracy, the it is to the temp to overthrow by force the power of the United States government. It's a rare charge reserved for violence committed in the name of politics or ideology. According to legal scholars for much of the twentieth century, it was mostly used against Puerto Rican nationalists. Seditious conspiracy carries much harsher penalties than regular conspiracy twenty years per count. Instead of five specifically, they were accused of conspiracy to commit twenty eight bombings in the Chicago area and in their defense, the accused FALN members did well nothing. They didn't challenge any of the charges and it was all part of a strategy. Their idea was to use the trial to send a message to the world. They said, look, Puerto Rico as a colony of the United States. And according to the United Nations, colonialism is a violation of human rights. Therefore, their interpretation went, they had the legal right to fight against it including by force and people who are fighting. Colonialism are not to be criminalized by the colonizers Jan saw slur is the lawyer. For Oscar and the other FALN defendants. When they went to trial, these young men and women, they said, look, we've studied international law. We know Puerto Rico colony, and we know that international law prohibits the United States from trying us as criminals, and therefore we can't participate because this trial is illegal. They demanded to be seen by an international tribunal, but they were denied. We were never in the courtroom. The jurors never saw us. Never, never. Never got human is one of the accused f- AL and members. We heard him before talking about his arrest. They found guilty when they sentenced me number judge McMillan, saying Mr. humanity, if I could, I would give the death penalty with out hesitation, but I'm gonna make sure you never never never come out of prison. The judge banged the gavel ninety consecutive years consecutive to your state term, boom, get him outta here. Get him outta here. And they threw me out of the out of the courtroom. I told him you can give me a hundred two hundred five hundred years, but you're never gonna stop the for Puerto Rican independence and the fact that a colony of the United States..
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"Many women can run businesses and write computer code but are they still being locked out of big tech i'm joshua johnson the host of one a we're spending a week at the aspen ideas festival talking about this and other big issues check out our coverage on the one a podcast all right we're back and before we left off got in an economic student at the university of threegoal found himself in the middle of tense may day protests in san juan when the protests were over in the dust settled authorities in puerto rico were not happy here's letting usa producer on this hero once again i should maybe protests wound down governor little see you condemn the violence and praised the police for putting themselves in harm's way to maintain order many protesters were hurt several were arrested in at least fifteen police officers were injured some who watch the protests felt like the students were overreacting after all they seem to have a pretty good deal the university of puerto rico is the most prestigious on the island and is pretty affordable compared to other public universities in the us it's currently seventy percent funded by state and local government compared to the twenty five percent funding that public universities in the us receive tuition is just one thousand seven hundred dollars a year but wages are also lower than on the mainland for low income students doubling the cost of tuition could be a deterrent i'm afraid that i'm going to have to take less courses next semester and taking longer to graduate get myself in debt.
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"Well ambassador i think we should just do our official welcome to letting usa what do you think about that i think that's house good to me from npr and fukuda media it's like you know usa i'm maria hinojosa and today are women in havana rogue castro step down his cuban president on april nineteenth we're joined now by ambassador vicki huddleston she formerly served as chief of the us interest section innovia she was the first woman to be sent to have anna as top diplomat and she's here to talk about her new memoir are woman in havana diplomats chronicle of america's long struggle with castro's cuba and to talk about what's next for you as cuba relations ambassador huddleston welcome to let new usa thank you very much it's wonderful to be on with you so not to go over the entire history of the united states and cuba a very complicated history but people may forget that there was a time when we almost went to war because of cuba that kind of feels so far away from where we are right now what are the things that you think we need to know about the history of us cuban relations they kind of our per written into this moment in history right now yes they are but of course they were so long ago you'll remember there was the bay of pigs dictatorship fidel castro human army pilots open the first page of organized revolt cia sponsored exile invasion of cuba which was run by the exiles themselves who hoped to regain their country after fidel castro's revolution and then cuba turned to the soviet union that put missiles on the island and we had a showdown between president kennedy and premier cru chef and fortunately kennedy and khrushchev found a solution but that was nineteen sixty two and here we are and twenty eighteen and we still have an embargo in fact we have the only comprehensive unilateral embargo in place in the whole world put there by the united states or anyone else we don't have that type of embargo on syria that just gassed his people or even north korea.
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"Antonio and today we say goodbye at joe views to our engineer and our music editor for neely mcmullen for years cornelius has been responsible for the very less step in the production process mixing and mastering our show that you hear every week cornelius does is with a lot of love and a lot of perfectionism and we are going to miss you cornelius who've been a joy to work with and we wish you so much success in your career as an actor break a leg and if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by leading usa dot oregon checkout our weekly spotify playlist our theme music was composed by zing it'll be no i'm your host and executive producer muddying join us again next time and in the meantime you can find us on all of your social media asset approach latino usa is made possible in part by carnegie corporation promoting the advancement of knowledge and understanding the w k kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first and hiding simon's foundation unlocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities more at www dot h s foundation dot org shouldn't become us citizens because if they're oh my god my script four sat next time on the usa high school basketball in nineteen thirties texas a mexican american high school wins the city championship game but this is coach grabbed him dragged him out put him in his cars just laid on the floor and all he could hear let's get tony let's get tony that's next time on let the usa.
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"Now for latini dead who gets to claim it first aired in june of 2017 it was produced by genesee moga and jima stable an edited by not yet ayman the luckier usa team includes marlon bishop finan charity undiscovered a euro undone you said he thought serchio and make feeling are interned is greece williams or engineering music editors cornelius with more there are production manager is nothing yet feed at heart if you like the music you heard on this episode stopped by letting the usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist or theme music was composed by saying at rabin knows i'm your host an executive producer madi at uniform join us again next time and in the meantime find us on all of your social media joe latino usa's made possible in part by the california endowment building a strong stayed by improving the health of all californians though wind code foundation supporting efforts to strengthen and rich culture community in the natural environment and the david and lucille packard foundation improving the lives of children families and communities and restoring and protecting our planet i might yet in a wholesome next time on latino usa this story of one of the first dreamer activists and her exhausting fight for citizenship betterment this black cloud over us in our for people to say all well he only married her for papers like i feel like i've improving my whole life that i'm not a fraud that's next time on that the usa.
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"The core two welcome back to latino usa i might gain a horse i am we continue with our new year's celebration of latin music ileana governor hogan add sung for years with her siblings as the iconic puerto rican hiphop group called guy policy but last year liana broke out on her own her debut solo album delivery dabney wanda grammy for best latin rock alternative album this year see men it is not a bad man the album has a kind of vintage feel it's full of bullet us balance and also you can hear the influence of ilian as grandmother who actually grow two of the songs on the album he anna who goes by lay spoke to us about the inspiration behind her album and also about the struggles of coming into her own as an independent musician my name is the anna and now he's st louis i am must singer and i love me a sikh it's very difficult lease to believe in myself and and the leader one in the family just a little bit of confidence he myself and believing that i can do it i think he was just by letting all the negative thoughts at least in one moment getaway and just do added i was feeling it is the eta get it when i was legal at an all all my life i berlato son old music was very present it because of my dad my mom my brothers and my grandmother i wanted to do something like that some sons that i roads laggard has gotta in may that he's among boys a little more traditional.