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No major problems with ballot drop boxes in 2020, AP finds - The Associated Press - en Español

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

No major problems with ballot drop boxes in 2020, AP finds - The Associated Press - en Español

"And Associated Press survey of state election officials across the U.S. found that expanded use of drop boxes for mail ballots during the 2020 election did not lead to any widespread problems I'm Ben Thomas with details The survey revealed no cases of fraud vandalism or theft of drop boxes that could have affected the results of the 2020 election Use of ballot drop boxes varies from state to state 8 of the 45 states that responded to the survey did not allow them But they've been a mainstay in states with mail in voting for years An election officials consider them safe and secure They were widely used in 2020 with the COVID-19 outbreak creating concerns about in person voting The findings came from both Republican and democratic controlled states and run contrary to claims made by former president Trump and his allies I'm

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FBI Investigate Arson, Vandalism at Nashville Pro-Life Center

Mark Levin

00:38 sec | Last month

FBI Investigate Arson, Vandalism at Nashville Pro-Life Center

"Nashville Tennessee the FBI is joining in on a Nashville attempted arson investigation Metropolitan Nashville police department states the FBI is now helping specialize and investigations division detectives and hazardous devices unit officers And the investigation of attempted arson of the hope clinic for women on Hayes street A pro life resource center This is happening all over the country This is happening all over the country

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Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

"Britney Spears short timer ex-husband is facing a criminal charge for trying to crash her wedding A judge in California has ruled that there is enough evidence against Jason Allen Alexander to have him tried on a felony stalking charge Alexander is 40 and was married to spears for not even three days still he felt compelled to show about her wedding and talk his way inside where he live stream part of his foray quite records say in addition to the stalking charges he will also face misdemeanor counts of trespassing vandalism and battery His lawyer entered not guilty pleas on his behalf Spears married longtime boyfriend Sam asghari at her home in California on June 9th among the guests where Selena Gomez Drew Barrymore at Paris Hilton and Madonna Gabrielle

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The Severe Terror Tactics Used by Pro-Choice Activists

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:29 min | 2 months ago

The Severe Terror Tactics Used by Pro-Choice Activists

"The protests outside the home of justice Kavanaugh continue. And while their peaceful protests, it's a little disturbing this idea that the left is able to show up at your house. You would think that there would be proper venues for these protests, but you wouldn't be able to come and harass someone where they live. And so you have this alarming scene of these sort of police officers with helmets and batons, and then all these protesters milling about them and shouting slogans and signs and so on. But that's not the worst of it. The worst of it is what the left is doing to these pregnancy centers. The pro life pregnancy centers around the country now life news, which is a pro life site, has documented 40 plus incidents of violence and vandalism directed at pro life individuals and organizations ever since the leak of the draft Supreme Court's decision. By the way, where is the leaker? How is it the case that you have this investigation and somehow you can't find the leaker who gave this information to the media? What? No. Let's look at these incidents because they are quite disturbing. Houston, early May, holy rosary Catholic Church vandalized on the pastor, faster Harris says most definitely it's a result of the leak that came out last week. So Catholic target but on by the pro abortion activists in early May, manassas, Virginia, vandals defaced a pro life pregnancy resource center, writing graffiti all over the building, abortion is a right, you people are liars, a whole bunch of incidents in Texas, early May Portland, Oregon, southeast Portland, pregnancy center. You can see the windows smashed as a photo here. There's the F word, debris everywhere. May 3rd, Frederick Maryland, the care net pregnancy center defaced with spray painted pro abortion messages that say pro abortion, go to PP, Planned Parenthood instead, abortion is a right. This is not a real clinic, and forced motherhood, and then one more example out of the 40, then I'll give you may 8th, Madison, Wisconsin. I left this so called anarchist group, attacks the Wisconsin family action office. They've tossed two molotov cocktails into the office after breaking windows, and then they set the office on fire.

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Rev. James Harden on the String of Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Attacks

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Rev. James Harden on the String of Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Attacks

"So it seems in a couple days, maybe a couple of weeks, the United States Supreme Court is going to repeal roe versus wade, which would bring abortion, which send abortion back down to the states. It's a state's rights issue. Unfortunately, as this has been rumored because it was illegally leaked, still no arrest because of the leak. We have started to see in a mass amount of violence against pro life centers, across America, firebombing, and vandalism. One of those centers is happen in New York City and the person who runs that is the guy by the name of James R Hardin, reverend James R Hardin, who's the CEO of compass care pregnancy services, and he joins us right now. James, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. It's an honor to be here with you, Charlie. Tell us about what happened to your clinic. Well, about a week ago Tuesday, police and fire rescue responded to smoke coming out of our facility at two 30 in the morning. And they arrived to find broken glass and fire excellent in our facility and on the wall was scrawled Jane was here. A signature kind of trademark for a pro abortion terrorist group called Jane's revenge. James revenge refers to an underground abortion group in Chicago in the 1960s called the janes collective. And so they're not about women's rights. They're not about choice. They're about abortion. Their motto is if abortion isn't safe, then neither are you. And their intent was to shut us down into scare us, but they didn't. We were up and running the very next day. We had to reroute patients out to our Russia facility. Put some hardship in our patients, but we're continuing to serve patients even now. We will stop and we're not

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Britney Spears' ex Jason Alexander hit with felony stalking charge, pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Britney Spears' ex Jason Alexander hit with felony stalking charge, pleads not guilty

"A man who has once briefly married to Britney Spears is facing felony stalking charges for trying to crash the pop star's wedding Jason Alexander was married to Britney Spears for all of three days but for whatever reason he decided to show up and act out at spears wedding last week to longtime boyfriend Sam asghari Alexander now faces a felony stalking charge along with misdemeanor count of trespassing vandalism and battery Authorities say he was streaming live on Instagram when he approached spears house and was in an empty room after telling security that spears had invited him She had not Alexander's bale is now set at a $100,000 a judge has ordered him to stay at least a football field's length away

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Fox News Opts Not to Cover January 6 Hearings

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Fox News Opts Not to Cover January 6 Hearings

"Tear a little of Tucker Carlson last night. It was illustrative of what I am saying. Only hour on an American news channel that will not be carrying their propaganda alive. They are lying and we are not going to help them do it. What we will do instead is to try to tell you the truth. We've attempted to do that since the day this happened. We hated seeing vandalism at the U.S. capitol a year and a half ago, and we said so at the time. But we did not think it was an insurrection because it was not an insurrection. It was not even close to an insurrection. Not a single person in the crowd that day was found to be carrying a firearm. Some insurrection. In fact, the only person who wound up shot to death was a protester. She was a 36 year old military veteran called Ashley babbitt. Babbitt was just over 5 feet tall. She was unarmed. She posed no conceivable threat to anyone. But Capitol Hill police shot her in the neck and never explained why that was justified.

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Ex-Proud Boys leader to stay jailed until Capitol riot trial

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-Proud Boys leader to stay jailed until Capitol riot trial

"The former top leader of the Proud Boys will remain jailed while awaiting trial on charges related to the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details A federal judge says Henry Enrique tarrio poses a danger to the public and home detention and a ban from using social media won't be enough to mitigate that danger The former Proud Boys national chairman faces charges he conspired with other members of the far right extremist group to storm the U.S. capitol and stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential victory while tarrio was not in Washington when the insurrection took place order to stay away after being charged with vandalism at an historic black church in D.C. the indictment alleges he and other Proud Boys used encrypted channels social media and other electronic communications in carrying out the attack Tarrio has been jailed since his arrest on March 8th I'm Ben Thomas

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Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

"Let's turn to our top story. The Biden administration's total utter failure to recognize the danger of protesters gathering outside our chief justice's homes. Despite a weekend of pro choice activists, harassing Supreme Court Justices at their homes, The White House has stood by and really not done anything. They didn't say anything. Until Tuesday, days later, and that's when their press person, Jen Psaki, finally came out and tweeted at potus strongly believes in constitutional right the constitutional right to protest, but that should never include violence threats or vandalism. Yeah, you think? Judges perform an incredibly important function in our society and they must be able to do their jobs without concern for their personal safety. I just want to know where's the president himself on this? Why hasn't he come out? And said that, why didn't he tweet that? You know, one has to wonder at what point will our country blame President Biden if these protests get out of hand? Because you see by staying silent, isn't he effectively egging on his supporters? Oh, I can think of someone that they would have said that about. Right? Yeah, look, it's wrong. It's just wrong. Any way you slice it, he needs to get out in front of this. He needs to set some kind of standard as the president. But you understand, of course, he can't, he can't, because this is politics at its worst. You see the Democrats now know that they have totally failed to control inflation. They know that we lost too many people in that quick exit out of Afghanistan. They know that the border situation is out of control and they know Americans are struggling as they watch this tragedy unfold in Ukraine. So sadly, it all means they got nothing to run on except for, oh, the Supreme Court issue.

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Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

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'Insurrections and Double Standards' With Heather Mac Donald

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:42 min | 5 months ago

'Insurrections and Double Standards' With Heather Mac Donald

"Life. Welcome back, I'm talking to Heather McDonald, who has written a lot of stuff for city journal. Okay, so the piece we're talking about now is the January 6th piece called insurrections and double standards. So it's the same theme, there's this kind of woke narrative, and the only problem is it's become weaponized. You have the United States government throwing people in jail. I mean, it sickens me because I've had some of those people on this program and to hear their stories. I can't believe there's levels of injustice. It's one thing for some educated suburban housewife who's a docent at the Art Institute of Chicago to be sent packing. Like that's bad. Yeah. But to have people have their doors broken down to be arrested and humiliated because they dared to show up at the nation's capital, they didn't break anything. They didn't kill anyone. They didn't strike anyone. And so there's this narrative. And again, the worst part of it for me is that you're told, don't talk about it. Don't dare talk about it because you need to show that you're on board with this narrative. And if you don't show that you're on board with this narrative, you're probably part of the problem. Right. Well, on the one hand, I'm not going to go immediately to well they were a Jean provocateur. I think there is, I believe, in personal responsibility. And if you were trespassing, if you were vandalizing, you absolutely should be held accountable. That having been said, though, Eric, by the way, I'm against vandalism. Just to be perfectly clear. Let's just be perfectly clear. There were actions that day that should not be repeated. Correct. And if this becomes the norm, if you believe rightly or wrongly that an election was rigged, you should not, that does not entitle you to do this. But I will say this. You don't know when we pull the emergency court because you're absolutely right, there is a double standard here in the way these people have been treated compared to the Black Lives Matter rioters. And I've just read believe it or not, for the first time 1984, it terrifies me. It's part of my reading of gulag archipelago, narratives of Soviet totalitarianism, the thought of a government that has you have no hope for justice, the very instruments and institutions of justice are biased, the great human yearning is the possibility of an impartial hearing, a tribunal that you can come that you can tell the facts and get an impartial hearing. If we've lost that, it is all

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Lord Conrad Black: Trudeau's Trucker Comments Are an Outrage

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Lord Conrad Black: Trudeau's Trucker Comments Are an Outrage

"Lord Conrad black. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian. We've played multiple cards now from the chief of police in art who were the latest was the increasing violence from the protesters. Maybe it's not filtering through the mainstream media. Can you give us an update and indeed, can you comment on this cut we played in the last hour? This is the prime minister talking about the flags that are being waved, cut 7. This is a story of a country that got through this pandemic by being united and a few people shouting and waving swastikas does not define who Canadians are. So can you please give us a sanity check? Are there lots of truckers? Involved in violent acts and are there people waving swastikas lord black? No. No, it is in my opinion an absolutely disgraceful performance by the prime minister. There have been no arrests. There has been no vandalism. I accept that these guys honking their horns at night would be annoying. I understand that. But there has been no violence, no vandalism, there was one confederate flag, which is not a well-known flag in this country, but the person was politely and without excessive physical coercion seen off sent away. Yes. And the only swastikas that have been seen is only one photograph of the swastika flag. And that wasn't being weighed by a trucker. And the impression of the media informants I have is that these are just sort of trouble makers attaching themselves to a confused situation, a little bit like the hooligans who came to Washington on January 6th of last year attaching themselves that very large crowd legitimate law abiding Trump

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Kyle Rittenhouse takes the stand to make his self-defense case in his homicide trial

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse takes the stand to make his self-defense case in his homicide trial

"Testimony resumes today in the trial of call Rittenhouse accused of killing two men protesting police brutality and injuring a third and the question is will he take the stand in his own defense defendants in self defense cases often do but written houses murder trial is anything but typical his attorneys began their defense yesterday they argued the men all white attacked Rittenhouse who's also white last year the protest in Kenosha Wisconsin where he'd gone with a weapon to protect property against vandalism legal experts say witnesses have portrayed the men Rittenhouse shot as the aggressor so well that he doesn't need to testify prosecutors

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'Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right': Chris Christie Discusses the Capitol Riots and BLM Protests

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 10 months ago

'Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right': Chris Christie Discusses the Capitol Riots and BLM Protests

"There. We got to talk about, you know, the debate about January 6th in our world. You got people. I mean, I think the common sense reaction to January 6th is that it was a horrible, terrible, unforgivable kind of event, but it was not Pearl Harbor meets 9 11 meets Armageddon. It was not something that should be weaponized politically, there are a whole lot of people who think that January 6th coverage is sort of backfiring on a common sense perspective that says, wait a minute. What about all of the buildings that were burned to the ground and the rioting and the police precincts? Torched and the federal courthouse put on fire. To many my listeners governor, January 6th was terrible, but it sort of paled in comparison to the George Floyd riots. Is that fair? Well, look, I think what's fair is what my mother taught me. Two wrongs don't make a right. And the fact is that what happened over the summer and the violence that happened all across the country in the summer after the George Floyd murder was completely unacceptable conduct and it was rationalized and justified and in many ways supported by large elements of the Democratic Party. And that's absolutely unacceptable. And we should as a country be ashamed that that stuff was going on. By the same token, what happened on January 6th in an attempt to interfere with or intimidate elected officials from doing their constitutional duty as to do that at the cost of the kind of vandalism and damage that happened at the United States Capitol is also wrong. And I think that people who are trying to make January 6th more than that are doing it for purely political reasons. And so we need to save this is wrong. Those who encouraged it and didn't stand in front of stopping it, were wrong. But by the way, the Democratic Party as well has a great deal to answer for regarding the violence that happened in the summer, George Floyd made this country more divided, made this country more angry and made violence normalized. And that is an awful awful sin to have committed as a public official in this

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Judge Rules Philadelphia Can't Remove a Christopher Columbus Statue

Red Eye Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Rules Philadelphia Can't Remove a Christopher Columbus Statue

"Christopher Columbus are celebrating a court victory. The statue of the Explorer is located in Marconi Plaza and South Philadelphia. Judge Paula Patrick says the city had no legal basis to remove it. The statue was a symbol of contention last summer during social justice rallies between people who wanted to protect it from vandalism and those who thought the statue was a symbol of hate. Friends of Marconi Plaza President Richards, a drone tells Fox 29 Philadelphia They wanted to exhaust all Legal possibilities. I believe in America. That's the way it's supposed to, and the process played out that way, and I'm proud to be a part of the mayor's office tells Fox 29. They are disappointed with the ruling and are considering an appeal. Rob Dawson Fox News, a federal appeals

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Blinken Decries Swastika Vandalism in State Dept Elevator

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Blinken Decries Swastika Vandalism in State Dept Elevator

"Secretary of state Antony Blinken is condemning an incident in which a swastika was carved into an elevator wall at the state department's main headquarters the swastika has been removed and how it got there is being investigated blinking is the step son of a Holocaust survivor who was raised in the Jewish tradition in a message sent to all department employees he said the vandalism is a painful reminder anti semitism remains an issue and it has no place in the United States at the state department or anywhere else and Americans must be relentless in standing up and rejecting it last month in Berlin blank and and his German counterpart and not your rated a new U. S. Germany Holocaust dialogue aimed at ensuring the lessons of the **** era are not forgotten it Donahue Washington

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Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

ESPN FC

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

"After marcus rush. Muriel in manchester was defaced. With racist graffiti funds came out in false with messages of love which covered up the graffiti. Russia himself said that the community supported led him to the verge of tears. It's also since been repaired and the messages surrounding his face remained.

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Student Charged With Putting Hitler Quote in School Yearbook

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Student Charged With Putting Hitler Quote in School Yearbook

"A Connecticut high school student has been arrested for hacking into his school yearbook and posting offensive quotes police say an eighteen year old from Glastonbury high schools due in court next month on two counts of computer crime he hacked into the yearbook database and put a quote in from Adolf Hitler but need a picture of a classmate the quote was about people failing to realize what was really happening to them and the hacker falsely attributed those words to George Floyd who died in Minneapolis police say the same student made another fake yearbook entry referencing drug use and the Boston Marathon bombers the year books have been re called administrators are apologizing for not catching what they call an act of bigotry and vandalism before the year books were printed and distributed hi Jackie Quinn

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"vandalism" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"F M. Glendale Phoenix. This is Arizona's news station. Our news 92 3, I'm totting. Police fired pepper balls that protesters in Rochester Friday night as protests continue over the arrest and death of Daniel proved in police custody last March, which led to the suspension of seven police officers. Demonstrators assembled on Martin Luther King Park earlier in the evening before marching into the city. Police declared the protest and unlawful assembly and demonstrators were out on the streets again Friday night in Portland, Oregon. Despite the presence of agents from U. S Customs and Border Protection, Ice and the US Marshals Service, the city this weekend reaches 100 straight nights of protests marked by vandalism and protests. President Trump is the 40 made disparaging remarks about veterans when he says rain prevented him from attending a 2018 memorial service in France so disappointed he called his wife, Melania as he returned home Thursday night. The president claimed he was so disappointed he couldn't attend a French memorial service. He called his wife back home in Washington. Go to that terrible but the president could not have made that call Melania Trump was with him in France and the field. ABC NEWS Washington President Trump in Friday's White House briefing on the jobless numbers released earlier in the day unemployment rate plummeted to 8.4%. The second largest single month drop ever recorded, surpassed only by our big decline in June, But hiring slowed to 1.4 million last month, the fewest jobs added since the economy started bouncing back for the pandemic. And some research now available on Russia's vaccine for covert 19. Early research on Russia's vaccine, published in the Lancet found it triggered an antibody response and had no serious adverse effects..

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"vandalism" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Karen says. But only if you say that we've been addressing these issues since day one. They have arisen but unfortunately Those efforts to clean up the vandalism have largely gone unnoticed because the vandalism continued every day for weeks. Are we paying state troopers for? What are we paying the Denver Police Department for Why are we paying the governor for what? We're paying the mayor for? To just let vandalism continue unabated. War is I mean, is care of each going to be in trouble, Or was she speaking the truth? She continues that were dedicated to returning these historic buildings to a pristine state. But We need to do so judiciously to ensure we don't further damage the building's OK. I can buy that. Although you should have started before all of the paint and oil and whatever else they used began to seep into the crevices. And to all I mean, think about that. Why do you think the National Park Service says you should clean up this stuff as quickly as possible? As we know how this works. Once that spray paint or whatever they used is on there. Molecules, as they get beaten down by the sun just begin to make their way into that our mix. And pretty soon it becomes even more difficult to replace. She says. We're committed to being responsible with the taxpayer dollars while doing this job the right way. Well, sweetheart, I got news for you. If you wanted to be responsible with the taxpayer dollars, you would not have let this happen in the first place. Right Governor Or here's my theory. That's my theory. But I think it's a good theory. In fact, I think it's correct. I don't think that either Mayor Handcock or Governor Pulis wanted to put law enforcement between the state capital building and the thugs that wanted to damage it. Because, after all, I mean, we don't want to interfere with the thugs. First Amendment rights. That's not what the first Amendment says, is it? I don't think there's anywhere in the First Amendment that says that you Congress shall make no law respecting the rights of thugs and dimwits and Neanderthals to go damage public property. Yeah, I don't think that's in the car. I mean, at least in the Constitution. I study that's not in there. But you know I didn't. It's been a long time since I studied Con law and I got in a year or two. But who knows today? I honest to God believe that neither the governor nor the mayor had the coho knees to stop this violence and vandalism in the first place. Granite walls were covered in graffiti. Windows lights have been shattered monuments. Memorials surrounding the Capitol building have been two faced were just out now out now destroyed. Story says the Vandals have returned. If you live in the city and county of Denver, I don't forget that if you live in, say to Colorado You pay Colorado income tax. If you live in the state of Colorado. The next sentence. If it doesn't make your blood boil. Them. You might. I don't know you might be dead. You might be flatlining right now. I know the next sentence. I'm about to read to you with C. B s news story. Infuriates me. And I think of course, the Democrats controlled the Legislature, so the Democrats will never hold a hearing to find out. Why wasn't something done? But then I'd also like to ask the Legislature. Why didn't you guys do anything? Because they're all Democrats. They're all Democrats and Democrats like the next sentence and the next sentence. If I tease the next sentence enough yet? The next sentence says this The Vandals have returned night after night to cause more damage. The Vandals have returned night after night to cause more damage. What we pay the Denver police Department for Do we pay the Colorado State Patrol for Hell's bells. Why didn't we hire a mall guard? Why didn't we hire? What's his name? The mall guard the whatever that actor's name was, like higher higher. Four dozen of them have 48 of those fat guys to stand around the capital. What? What was his name? Paul Block. That's right. But why did we hire him or or a bunch of him cloned cloning? Put put a dozen put 100 of them just surround him. You just big, fat all bark Capitol building. The Vandals. Everytime I'm a repeat this sentence until the break the Vandals have returned night after night to cause more damage. Oh, Gerard. I know you live up in Boulder. I know you've really come down to ST Capital, particularly right now, because well, you'd have to put your mask on. And you only put your mask on for, you know for new stories, But how about How about just getting in the car? Have your security detail driving down to the state Capitol there. Want to take a look at it? And then why don't you tell when one shoulder news conference and why don't you explain to us why the National Guard the Denver Police Department, the Colorado State Patrol were not put on this property to protect it from the taxpayers having to spend to pay repair for damage that continue to occur night. After night, causing Mohr damage or a CBS for lying. To CBS for line. You want you want You want to play that game? Then get this Offense. Was finally erected. Around the state capital. To protect workers during the cleanup. Anarchy..

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"vandalism" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on WTVN

"Target of vandalism with smashed windows and doors and hundreds of red paint handprints that were plastered all over the front of the building and some Ohio legislators including speaker of the house Larry householder Turk told our market laser yesterday he wants to investigate why officers were not arresting those responsible for the state troopers were standing out there trying to clean the stinger yes branch also fillers and the folks that had done it or standing below them asking them on now do you think about that if you're a highway patrol about that you're cleaning up a mess you're not arresting these people who have damage taxpayers properties the end down and we're gonna find out who gave that stand down order he says he wants to deduct the cost to clean up and repair the damage from the local government funded meaning the city would pay the bill governor Mike DeWine is warning about a recent spike in corona virus cases in Ohio that continued yesterday we're seeing what's going on in Florida we're seeing what's going on in Texas we do not want that to be that to be our future should be a warning to us we've got to get on it now Ohio saw its fourth largest single day increase of covert nineteen cases yesterday since the pandemic took hold in the state in mid March there was a spike of eight hundred and ninety two cases yesterday bringing the stay eight Y. total to upwards of forty seven thousand six hundred and fifty one meanwhile the US also set a new record with its number of cases over thirty seven thousand new cases of the illness were confirmed just yesterday that was the second straight record setting day meanwhile the White House coronavirus task force is currently holding a briefing this afternoon that's their first briefing since mid April and with covert nineteen rates rapidly growing in several states including Arizona California and Texas Texas governor Greg Abbott is now closing bars a state wide in limiting outdoor gatherings to just under one hundred people and there's also some surprising new data today that shows how people are using their credit cards in certain areas and that may predict that a new outbreak of covert nineteen could occur in that location analyzing its own credit card data from thirty million customers JPMorgan chase finding it can predict where hot spots will be areas where more people are charging for in person restaurant dining or now showing higher copay nineteen cases on the opposite side places of the country where people have not been eating out and instead are charging money a grocery stores are showing lower spread of the virus it's a possible indicator that re openings have led to the rise Alex stone ABC news radio six ten WTVN sports like cancelling hall of fame game the NFL continues to plan to start on time in September but on CNN yesterday former Buckeye Norman say safety Malcolm Jenkins raised eyebrows saying football is a nonessential business and he's concerned about returning during a pandemic the bar for the NFL is going to be high when it comes to creating a safe work environment and making it as safe as possible for guys to come back as we keep in mind is not just about the athletes and their health or the coaches or staff the families to the NFL expect to announce the training camp schedules next week Major League Soccer announcing its schedule for the MLS is back.

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"vandalism" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dot com to get all of the guidelines activists say vandalism at Rhode Island state house did not distract from the protest message let's get more from Eyewitness News is I need a phony what began in bird side park in downtown Providence later ended at the Rhode Island state house motions ran high as Rhode islanders of all ages race gathered with signs while chanting this brother Gary Dantzler is an organizer of Saturday's event and says the vandalism to the state house did not distract from their message it was a peace rally it was nonviolent energy was about getting the message across the glass doors of the building were shattered and vulgarities were spray painted now cardboard covers the damage I understand the outrage in the pain of the passion of the youth but our overall about was peaceful what's not about us being divided they came out the energy was incredible between blacks and whites and we want to keep that same energy black lives matter Rhode Island says they have a good relationship with the Providence police department which they say contributed to the protest remaining peaceful a second rally is reportedly planned Friday by another organization Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser says it's the duty of the president to calm the country amid violent protests and NBC's meet the press mounds are added that divisive tweets from president trump need to stop she said we all have to work together in the healing process from all the hurt that's taking place the nation's capital just one of the cities that seem protests following the death of George Floyd last week in Minneapolis six forty traffic and weather together let's check your ride in now to the traffic center with Jon Hamm what's brought to you by Bob Evans dinner sites.

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"vandalism" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And vandalism will not be tolerated but I have serious concerns about some of the interactions between our officers and protesters from this weekend he was already setting up a new use of force review board in Louisville police chief Steve Conrad has lost his job over a man's death last night blamed on police and Kentucky national guards but the mayor has named Robert Schroeder acting chief the two officers fired their weapons violated our policy by either not wearing nor not activating their cameras the shooting happened with officers trying to break up a crowd gathered at a gas station it was the cameras that got the chief fired police say someone fired at those officers and guardsmen they returned fire hitting and killing David Matty the U. S. Senate returns to session for the first time since the killing that prompted all this an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis boxes jerit helper chaplain Barry black opened the Senate session with prayers for George Floyd's family peaceful protest thing during a pandemic and the nation's lawmakers may they strive to find a vaccine to inoculate our nation against hate Sam and despair Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and minority leader Chuck Schumer recognize frustration and anger over Floyd's death Jared Halpern fox news independent medical examiners see George Floyd was murdered the coroner's report blamed underlying medical conditions the Floyd family's lawyer wants murder charges against every officer involved traffic.

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"vandalism" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KOMO

"Pandemic then face vandalism and theft over the weekend Kamel's NYC pop and spoke with some local business owners throughout downtown plywood is nailed to big box stores the Nordstrom next to the first car fire from Saturday's protest now because people putting up protective measures doc martens Columbia Old Navy all being closed off from the outside after seeing their facades destroyed before the pandemic being a retailer in downtown is hard enough with I am and you know just a homelessness situation trying to figure that out and then you have the pandemic and then you have this so there's just a lot of tips against yeah but for some of the folks that simply Seattle they came here just to lend a helping hand to a business needing assistance there's frustration there's a there's hurt but the buildings in the in this these these a local business having to do with that breaking the queen came from very in to help out the store because he was hurt to see it in such bad shape this sad where it's at the same time we all have to understand what's going on the clear business survey that there's another side of the fence there's a frustration is like I said this to a production part of it that's almost neck problem reporting one mom and pop business owner abilities has damage to his store was more vandalism and theft Kamel's kera constant spoke with him last night this is right he owns this business listening or watching this unfold on television bill the square in it over here and what what did you do while sitting at home watching on the please you know sitting around different areas of but Macy's was being unloaded and just when my wife and I looked at each other going to the.

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"vandalism" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Damage or vandalism or even worse here's the words complicit that you would be complicit in that so police are taking a pretty firm stance tonight at least that that curfew is firm and we're just gonna have to wait and see if people abide by that aircraft missing good to chat with you once again I'm glad you were at that news conference today with some good perspective there and talking to everyone because we're trying to hear from this many state and city leaders as we can we are also trying to show you pictures of the people who wanna remember George in the right way right and we will check in with aircraft was sent throughout the day I wanna bring this up because this just came and we've been talking about the helpers who are out there and the people who are showing up with their brooms and and and giving hope to all of us who might be feeling overwhelmed by all these images that we're seeing R. Ben Henry spoke with a woman named Stephanie this morning it was a very emotional interview she lives with a disability and she spoke about the terror she's been feeling watching all of this unfolding around her neighborhood and seeing you know her stores and places that she goes to for food and necessities just being obliterated and and feeling helpless that she has no way to get to those to get those things and with the bus service and things like that being knocked out right now she has no way to travel either I want to recap that because I just got a message and from a woman in our community and and if we can get that sound right now I think we have a yeah I think we and then I want to tell you what just came into my.

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"vandalism" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on WTVN

"Of public safety commissioner John Herrington announcing that former officer Derek children was taken into custody he is one of the four officers involved in the arrest of Floyd who was shown on video with an officer's knee on Floyd snack those officers have since been fired the incident leading to violent protests now Minnesota's governor sending in state resources to help secure the city Minnesota governor Tim walls says is a white man he cannot fully understand the pain of the protesters but he says he's been assured that justice will come swiftly in the death of George Floyd what the world has witnessed sense the killing of George Floyd on Monday has been a visceral pain a community trying to understand who we are and where we go from here bowls is pleading with those in the state to stop the looting and violence ABC's Alex stone Michelle Franzen ABC news protests were sparked off nationwide including hundreds who gathered in the streets of Columbus last night and what started as peaceful turned into a dangerous or several protests going throughout the city one that was very peaceful protests on the south side on the Kingston Avenue another protest on long street that resulted in peaceful demonstrations and exercising their right to free speech but unfortunately it did turn downtown for the worst and many criminal acts were committed that are very egregious including lots of criminal damage and vandalism Columbus police sergeant James Fogler told our Joe Riley that as Columbus protesters gathered downtown their shouts for justice turned into destruction with some smashing windows throwing trash cans and even breaking the glass in the windows of the Ohio statehouse Columbus police fired tear gas into the crowds to disperse them but the damage to dozens of downtown businesses has the owners telling ABC six is Sierra Lucas they can't believe what happened this owner particular is that this is bigger than just about re opening given a catalyst for this damage so a lot of those business owners using not to talk about.

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"vandalism" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Night the protests in his state devolve into violence and vandalism and seven people were shot in the demonstrations in Louisville in Ogden Utah police officer was murdered another wounded responded to white's call about threatening husband who was later found dead in the home America's listening to fox news six oh two good morning I'm Patrick Osborne topping Austin's news the city of Austin says of local covert nineteen hospitalizations reach twenty or more a day re openings will slow down and more shutdowns may be called for by the numbers Austin public health says the areas seeing eight to ten new hospitalizations every day yielding so called stage three restrictions Austin's mayor Steve Adler says if they reach a stage for he believes you'll see action from multiple levels of Texas government you for facing our hospitals being over run and people dying needlessly we're gonna act I would expect us to act at all levels state level county level and at the city level Furthermore others as if we did hit twenty hospitalizations a day he'd expect residents to act accordingly as well John calling his radio kale B. J. Austin and Travis county leaders now encouraging people to put heavy pressure on the private sector over mask wearing and not just private citizens but actual private businesses former county judge Sarah Eckhardt says local leaders are having to get creative unfortunately much that was in our orders with regard to code nineteen the governor has stripped away our enforcement mechanisms and she says quote to peer pressure is tremendous and quotes and so she and Austin mayor Steve Adler recommending people boycott any private business that won't force everyone of its customers to wear a mask even though governor Greg Abbott has clear professional sports to resume this weekend the remainder of the season for the Round Rock express is very uncertain express president Chris almond R. as as they have to generate revenue one way or the other the dell diamond could become a temporary Airbnb the Pensacola walls did it and they're they're opening up their clubhouse they put they've they've got you know you got the coach's office you got the main clubhouse you've got the manager's office and state local tax revenues generated by sports tourism pump tens of millions of dollars every year into the city of Round Rock and here may have come to an end for the Austin school district but an entire era is now named for one of its campuses elementary in downtown was one of several schools flag for closure last year by the school board now after one hundred forty four years students parents and staff say goodbye for the final time it is six oh four was killed in Austin's on time traffic is done prior only significant delay out there right now is on shop and I thirty five approaching riverside together and some overnight construction still picking up there so it is it is slow but not seeing any wrecks or any other issues right now on the big road stone prior with Austin's on time traffic for.

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"vandalism" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Was we've been trying to I have planned a ball yeah so do you he at the moment vandalism we do again the number one and one is about one oh six have a single phone conversation right now yes we are actually came up because I've been in these situations where your intimacy has to be scheduled whether it's due to you being so busy right whether you guys are kind of come Monday we shop anymore yeah I have that are just not you know it's it's a routine so that your every Tuesday and Thursday we not getting in it's just a routine to spend time together like you have such busy lives that it's like maybe doesn't have to be the routine of over going to knock it down but let's let's spend some intimate time together holding hands staring at each other meet you now other you haven't seen them all we remember we're talking about people with hectic schedules always is always I don't wanna get always one person that's going to be upset right now intimates how you say it doesn't have to be put down but it's always somebody in there that wants that when they don't get a it's like you have so much pressure if you have like a chore like a guide to the ACLU using of dust off the TV and I got to dust off your way like it's on your schedule doesn't mean it's a chore yes it does that it's not a choice you have it in your schedule every single day I have to do it like intimacy should be you are tainted site yes that's used to be like young magician so what do your job and we all go into class now is isolation no what was I talking about this I agree with Nick it's all about find new it like you got a got to be at the moment actually so interesting and fun now in my situation which trying to conceive so then like you realize and I check in this guide so you start like when she populating and all that right I think if you have one of those days pressure pressure because what if you're tired really come on tell you got me I can't miss out on this day because then we will have to try next month yeah because then you got you know because that's a lot of my time that you're actually trying to really accomplish something like I remember those are tough time because it doesn't happen every time and you know when you're trying to like about a miracle to to bring it down to percent so I remember feeling like a failure a lot of times when I was like all we can do it this month they're all and then when it does happen obviously is the greatest thing in the world right but again that can be telecasted on relationship to you know what it's a lot to think about Los Angeles join us on his golf club I was eight one eight five two zero one zero five nine have you ever been in a relationship where you know intimacy sex has become a tad whether you're trying to have a child whether because you're too busy weather because you've been in his lasers all day long but it is Thursday I guess I gotta go kids enter into long term relationship you wherever other you keep saying the word schedule scheduling that's boring no one looks forward to a schedule here is gonna do it or whatever this is I yeah like you guys yes Mister Rios Thursday's I look forward to it all day because I know we're putting those kids to bed early and so tomorrow me and Daddy time so tomorrow is your schedule is it going down tomorrow talk about a very she did not right one oh six tell your family stretches to every corner of this country from.

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"vandalism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The threat of violence or vandalism show there seems to be a kind of eight dollars and for lack of a better term blue America that because maybe Jewish people are seen as white you're privileged or whatever that they don't count when their targeted victim they have a sense of privilege within this kind of our hierarchy or socioeconomic hierarchy and therefore their concerns are not taken as seriously because they don't fit the social justice agenda and what we're seeing I think in New York is public alarm at white many people conclude are the results of that miscalculation yeah no I I think that's absolutely right and you're hearing it from a lot of the members of the community now in the Jewish community that the government just isn't acting enough and I know one of the things that you have talked about a jewel on Twitter and I know you've written some pieces about this is for people who find themselves under attack you have to be willing to fight back so how do people in these areas where maybe it's a lot of liberal policies not allowing them to arm themselves what did they do to fight back against it some of the the government that that almost ties the hands of the good guys in favor of the bad guys right in many cases there is actually something you can do with regard to fighting back you know we have laws in California and New York Chicago at a place like that make it very difficult to following a keep firearms but there's always something you can do in terms of investing perhaps let's say in an armed guard or making use in some way of the second amendment communities don't have to be passive helpless even a liberal cities there are things people can do there are self defense courses to take your security procedures you can put in place at places of worship and so forth obviously the taxes situation where you have half a dozen armed prisoners or able immediately to respond to a threat that in some ways the ideal we from my perspective of people may disagree some people feel uncomfortable with firearms in the congregation I understand that but even with restrictions there's a range of things you can still do to make places of worship of school places go out his out communities more secure and we need to think about doing that and we shouldn't punish people to do it I think what's happened in the past is that when Jewish communities in particular have invested in that kind of security are they banned ridiculed by some people that I told the trying to exclude others but but really it's just become a necessity and unfortunately our political class hasn't really caught up to that necessity and I mean all the blood you know share mayor of New York was was saying a couple weeks ago that he disagreed with trump executive order expanding the civil rights act to protect Jews on campus because he said he was worried about Greece speech issue well I think what the courts worry about the free speech issues for now I think the first priority of the mayor should be to make sure that people in this city are safe so deal with the sixty first and let's have the debate later I think that's probably the wisest course right now especially as I don't think that there really is a free speech problem with with trump executive order of that's a criticism that comes in the last you know they they argue that making anti semitism into a kind of civil rights violations will restrict the ability of anti Israel groups on campus to to criticize Israel and that that's not at all I think what the federal executive order will do I think our internet argument is actually putting people in danger Jill Pollock in our final thirty seconds here we are down to the wire at what do you make of the squad's rhetoric the rhetoric from the left leg builder Blasio but maybe to leave or maybe Omar maybe a see are they helping feed this anti semitic thing seems to be really developing in New York City and other big cities across the country I don't want to assign individual responsibility to anybody I think that the people responsible for these kind of actor.

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"vandalism" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"We're talking vandalism because Kylie more producer for Dennis and Judy somebody I guess in the middle of the night whatever happened somebody eggs her car and and sadly she left on all day which is we're reading on the old interweb that's bad news yeah paint job might be like getting eaten as we speak but anyway who has had some sort of vandalism and how the hell can you get this egg off one eight hundred two eight three one one point five I know from watching televised police dramas often the person who reports the crime is the perpetrator have you question your father no he wouldn't do that he might want you out of the damn house god but we don't tell me yeah well maybe he had been trying to tell you what other ways and now he's finally like I just have to start from ruining her pride kept helter I've been so blind check his search history for acme anvil who's got the story about vandalism Steve honor one you're on the Jersey one one point five Hey how you doing today golly I'm terribly sorry that these guys are like this to you thank you what are we doing or try to help personally I think my suspect is Jovi because we never know what he has in his pants nice call back yeah I'm of a Friday night game he's also in freehold yes see that out all right as far as getting it all of your car do it before it gets any kind of warm out there it's like a big bucket one of those home depot shop for kids more more water not hot water and some dish soap like daughters up that started to pop for it and wipe it downwards with a soft cloth it will come up because it's been so cold it should not damage your car too much at this point and yes I have been a report so use warm water dish soap and a soft cloth way downward yeah just DO IT download like gravity helps you take a ride down off the back because if you wipe it side to side you just going to smear but a group take it from the top down it'll it'll wash off the back but remember he said dawn specifically which is is that this is is not the kind they use when like there's an oil spill and the animals have oil all over the leave the dawn commercials yes yeah yeah so that'll be good so for its treat this like you would like a you know like a swan covered in we'll okay you don't think he works for done do you hi doctor who cares if he does as long as a word and if I'm not mistaken isn't that the brand of dish soap that is in our kitchen I believe it is dictionary and word Evelyn so we have all the all the items necessary for you to go clean if I give you five Bucks we do it during the news break well I wanted why would it why can't you wash yourself up your mess I didn't by the way I have something else here at the you know who knows what might be his might work but this says you need a bucket white vinegar and too soft towels step number one is a little troubling it says it is important to clean up the egg from your car as soon as you see it even if there is no sun out with getting back to that other passage about how much you can damage your paint job but it basically is saying warm water like two cups warm water mixed with two cups white vinegar and soak the towel in that and then leave that right on the eggs staying for at least fifteen minutes just leave a towel draped over it flat against it and then and then start scrubbing it off afterwards all right I'm writing this down to the extent to be a good band name yes existing but I'd stains tonight no existe it would be a stain it were I'm into it okay how do you think that's a good band me but touch junkies was not touch junkies is disturbing so is exhausting no it's fine or whatever we're we're getting wildly off a personal beef Kelly under one you're in New Jersey one one point five hi yeah right I don't think you're gonna get me that's full of skittles go another band name yes I highly I am so sorry whoever did that he was a real jerk the person I would be someone that extremely jealous because you're doing extremely well on the radio a lot of people that lived in well the trying to like you I don't think I'll ever I never getting some time on the radio on the air is probably and probably the first it's L. steam well as cleaning it up I agree with that last colored you know you've been occurred I think that it are you all because I swear to god I saw that in more than one spot on the internet about what no clean windows with vinegar don't do that no no no no they think about other caller with the warm water and a top club or thought behind and don't swirl it around then it I just you know doing that like white bit down trying to press you hardly get it off of there because you don't believe it frozen on there forever not a good idea thank you I don't know what the heck to use now Kelly thanks for your call have conflicting info Holly in Pennsylvania you're on New Jersey one one point five hi hi I am sorry for what happened to her too but I do have a story that was rather it was my ex husband his mother had passed away and his sister was not happy day he was made the executor and you see the not happy about what was left of her and in the Turks while they're out the service for his mother her boyfriend an outside law everybody's in the service and key side of his pick up go pick up truck with his baby of course right cleaned all the time beautiful that's why they picked if you if you can be a pick up truck during a funeral service you.

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"vandalism" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The background while you creep on your axe with your fence at MoveOn girl he's now where they be the ism vandalism he he is it is thanks thanks just is just are the only in this to win.

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"vandalism" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on AP News

"Vandalism FAMAS representative told one local broadcaster the European union's deal with Canada is suicidal for farmers France's parliament last week ratified the agreement which slashes customs duties and increases access for key products a legendary entertainer who continues to sell out world famous venues Tony Bennett leads this weekend's birthday round up he says one of his most valuable lessons came from his hero Frank Sinatra in these days my whole psychology about you know this this thing is a bad audience there's a bad performance but there's not availability Senate on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon he's ninety three on Saturday the highly acclaimed Vietnam War movie Apocalypse Now will be released in IMAX theaters later this month to celebrate its fortieth star Martin Sheen says making the movie was grueling but he has no regrets I never would have known myself the way that I I've been privileged to know and to accept responsibility for who I am what I did and and to go on a it was a landmark in my life is turning seventy nine on Saturday and she is now part of the British royal family Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex started out in acting whatever causes today is education for girls around the world how to sex economic development the GDP billions of dollars on the table or lost by girls being pulled out of education Meghan Markle talking with time magazine she's thirty nine on Sunday and that's our birthday round up for this weekend August third and fourth I'm Bob Kessler Japan's legislature has improved its accessibility for two new lawmakers who use wheelchairs to the upper house the government installed a slope and create enough space to accommodate the two lawmakers who need larger wheelchairs and care givers their presence is a sign of change in the country where disabled people are encouraged to stay home or a special facilities removed from ordinary workplaces education or communities and also a test if Japan's conservative world of politics is ready to promote a more inclusive society for everyone ahead of Tokyo's hosting of twenty twenty Olympics and Paralympics the to disable lawmakers say they'll try to get reforms in education and care giving for the disabled to promote a more inclusive society off collapse I'm to McGuire with an A. P. news man or a woman is dead for the people hurt to critically when a sandstone bluff overlooking the beach in Encinitas California gave way this afternoon state parks captain Brian Kantor tells KGTV people should stay away from the.

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"vandalism" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on Z104

"Contacted you, they wanted to rent out, it was a bachelor party. Would you be like bachelor or bachelorette bachelor? No absolute bachelorette. Yeah. Probably because you would expect better behavior. Bit of wine. No girl, time, they drink out of this cut flavored straws, or whatever the little ones that look like a yeah, but, but how crazy bachelorette party get y'all are while you now Nashville? Bachelorette party used at Airbnb and the guest who staying there. I'm reading the quote for the story. Nashville went psycho and trashed the Airbnb in a booze fueled rampage. Earning her a trip to the hospital, and then to jail, Alexandra Chidi. That's a good name for bachelorette. I'm Mary Chidi girl. She told the cops drank two bottles of wine before she caused an estimated nineteen hundred dollars in damage to the group's rental home. The cop said they were called to the residence around three and found the twenty nine year old side twenty year old outside of the bleeding right-foot ago she had kicked in a window while inside the home a number of I observe destroyed two sets of blinds, a lamp a chair. The front windows were broken a coffee table was flipped upside to how she told the officer she went drinking. She'd been drinking and went psycho, but couldn't explain how the damage occurred. Here's brought to the hospital for treatment to the wounds on her feet by kicking the window and then she got booked jailed on a felony charge for vandalism believe it. So there you go. Bachelorette parties are sometimes as crazy as bachelor party. See we always hear about these Airbnb that have cameras set up. Perfect for that. Watch the footage this lady like going on just trash, the place, laughing with a bottle of wine. Never catch me. Slowly the front door. What's wrong with Alexandra? Yeah. She's not looking good. When we come back next week at war of the roses that you miss, gesture don't worry. We're going to brain new one today. And how craft solved one of the oldest problems head about rates dressing by lying about its next. Some of the biggest artists.

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"vandalism" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"vandalism" Discussed on KTOK

"Markets. Happy end to your Monday on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. It's Lee Matthew so court documents obtained by our good friends at news four show. That Allison Johnson who had been charged with four counts of malicious injury to property and one count of militias intimidation or harassment and Cleveland county. It wasn't just vandalism. According to a probable cause EPA David authorities say she turned herself in and admitted to committing the crimes that states that Norman police have been dealing with several incidents of graffiti, you've heard all about it. Because we've told you about it. She said that her intention was to scare Jewish people and people of different races other than white. She spoke at length about her racist beliefs and her efforts to what she says wake people up. Sounds to me like she needs to be woken up. She's scheduled to make her first court appearance in Cleveland county. Are she made it this afternoon rather? And at this point at this point, we don't know where they're gonna go. But the charges have been filed get into more of that coming up with Beth Myers. I'm wondering if we need to because I said this when this started when this happened when we started discovering, this graffiti being painted all over the place. I said I wonder if this person's mental stability needs to be looked into. Because she was picking on Democrats. Not sure what the reasoning there was. Anyway, I'm sure we'll learn more as that may be a plea to maybe made Copley of on sanity. Other legal problems, Felicity Huffman, the actress and twelve other wealthy parents pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, as part of the college admissions scandal this happened earlier today, she said she was pleading guilty to the charge brought against me in the United States, turn his office that she's in full acceptance of her guilt and with deep regret and shame over what she has done accept full responsibility for her actions and will accept the consequences that stemmed from those actions. She's being she's basically throwing yourself on the mercy of the court, and that's understandable. Because her lawyers probably saying you need to look really, really remorseful. Because. Regular people are like, wait. If I did this wouldn't be happening to me. She admitted admitted to paying fifteen thousand dollars to a fake charity association with associated with Rick singer solicitor of the scam to participate in college entrance exam cheating on behalf of her eldest daughter. Prosecutors will be asking for jail time for all of the defendants. According to a new law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation since she pled guilty. She is reportedly facing anywhere from six to twenty one months in prison. I don't think she will see Twenty-one months. I don't think she will see six she may see a weekend. And I believe that was part of the deal. Throw yourself on the mercy of the court plead guilty to get this done as quickly as possible and the judge will minimize the the the airtime the that the time served. And something tells me something tells me, we won't ever know how much time she will serve if any Mike the love cannon is mister pop culture. What do you think? Oh, rungs thing. Because the best way to get the restitution out of her is let her go in for a month. And so her story to orange in the new black in the reboot in five years. There you go. And maybe that's part of the whole plan..

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