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New Generation Of D.C. Statehood Advocates

WAMU: Local News

04:01 min | 1 year ago

New Generation Of D.C. Statehood Advocates

"On a recent evening about sixty young people in their late teens and early twenties log into a zoom meeting. They live all over the country from new. Jersey to California but they're committed to the cause the organizers start introducing themselves I everyone. My name is Jen Mandel black. I'm Michael I use he him pronouns. Hi Everyone. My name is Jimmy the advocates on this call are preparing to meet with their US senators virtually of course to talk making Washington DC The fifty first state organizer Michael Copy says statehood is one of the key civil rights issues of our time over seven hundred thousand DC residents most of whom are black and Brown folks do not have access. To be the very democracy that surround sound, this big statehood energy is relatively new as recently as a decade ago, statehood was seen as a political dead end Democrats in Congress generally supported it but they didn't make the legislative priority even when they had the chance seventy, nine year old niece Jenkins started advocating for statehood in the late nineteen, ninety s we are the old school we are the gangsters. Of the statehood movement, the Oh Geez back then DC was still struggling to get on solid financial footing statehood did not go over. Well, we were Kinda ridiculed for DC, statehood was not on anybody's limps, grassroots, activists and officials like DC Mayor Mariel Browser made it a priority in this hyper partisan time we're living in DC statehood has become a core part of the National Democratic Platform, the House of Representatives the summer passed a bill supporting DC statehood for the first time in history. The next hurdle is getting it through the Senate which advocates hope will soon be controlled by Democrats. A new generation is on board with this 'cause on the recent zoom call twenty, two year old DC resident demi strap man gives her fellow advocate some advice when it comes to preparing to meet with actual elected officials or their staff you have to be confident to not feel like you're invading their space. They are your elected officials. You have the right to speak with them because she's from DC Stratton no senators to lobby herself and the district's one representative to Congress Eleanor. Holmes Norton can't vote on final versions of bills. That's why young advocates today are hyper focused on getting people from outside the district on board with the statehood 'cause I actually grew up in Pennsylvania. So I kind of took my representation for granted before right moved to DC twenty, four year old Noah wills now lives in the district and runs the advocacy group students for DC statehood he's working to expand their chapters at universities side the district he also wants to get university students in. DC. Bought in while they live here and by doing so they're there really are gateway to the rest of the country wheels and other statehood advocates still have a lot of convincing to do last year in a Gallup poll less than a third of Americans said, they favor d. c. becoming a state. But after this summer's protests over police brutality, some young advocates WanNa push a angle to the statehood 'cause racial justice twenty, two year old DC native Jamal Holtz, points out. The DC is forty, six percent black retreated a second class citizens, and so these statehood is a civil rights issue. Holt says the black lives matter movement and DC statehood are completely intertwined for the first time in his life. He feels like statehood is possible if Democrats take the White House. And Senate and make it a priority. He grew up wanting to be the mayor of Washington DC, and now he's already thinking about adjusting that dream. It'll give me a new goal in life and not limit myself the mayor but make it governor for Wam you I'm Michaela. FRAC to

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"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Hello, Richard teetering here a few years ago after speaking at a rally the young lady approached me and said she knew what caused the problem in our nation today. And that problem was that they took prayer out of schools. I had to agree with her that taking proud of schools was terrible. But I had to ask her one was the last time outside of Singapore less of a meal that she actually took the time to pray with her children. She has a shamefully admit that she didn't play with the children at home folks study the history of the pilgrim's you find that they taught that faith and education. Pulse. Started. So take time praise kids. Take time to read the bible with also take time to educate them history. Book from a primary source over math, teach them what you want them to know. And don't leave that on the schools because if you leave it up to the schools. Your kids will be socialist this past a moment. Heritage. Show. Rick rolling in weight when you mentioned Kerry, let me start the music. It's a segment I like to call start the music. It is so Friday, man. Let me go back to the phone lines that listen if you've been on hold and you've heard this fund that whole is making me have if you've heard this. I want you to understand it's going to happen to you too. So if I were you I'd start making a point and make it really count. Okay. Kill pags show. Weeknights from eight to eleven on WAM. Call me now seven three four eight two two sixteen hundred. Ours is not a just world. And it doesn't matter. What you do it ain't gonna adjust rule ever. Robot? You. I'm not of this world, are you of this? I'm not of this world. I'm in this long..

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"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I hope the whole damn government. Just shut it down. Shut it all down. Clearly everyone's getting along just fine tuning government jobs. We have we have eight hundred thousand people employed by the federal government, your government's too big bra. It's too big. You know, it's like, she don't know who he's clipped the cat is man. She's too young for you. This is the same thing. Tune in for the Danish show weeknights from six to eight on WAM the Danish show. I guess so somewhere in Michigan. Somewhere. Somewhere. Back. This guy. Nerve somewhere in Michigan. Somewhere. Framing. Get up and do math thing. Nobody moves. Nobody gets hurt. Pay attention. That's all you have to do to pay attention to of course, internalize act accordingly. Talk about. The drunk chick left the drunk chick last death asked. What that is. You've not.

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"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"In for the boogie Woogie barbecue on WAM. Michigan. Ninety four. This guy. Irv somewhere in Michigan. Ninety four somewhere. Claiming guy. Get up and do math. Gotta hate when people try to insult your swear. They don't know what they're doing. I don't know how to do. They say a bunch of words, they think are biting. Salting? So professional amateurish. Can teach you how to do that on the radio. I taught that person. Full on Facebook page in the history of mankind over there. An.

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"wam" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Security Now

"V one parameter. These three parameters were added even though the Colonel already had existing spector v. Two and specter store bypass disabled options for months which allowed sys admins to control the complexity level of the specter class mitigations which also included an off mode, but sys admin 's wanted some way, of course, those are Colonel build things. Right. So it's like, wait a minute. You know, it is it really are these really off. So sys admins wanted some way to absolutely positively guarantee that spectrum medications would not somehow kick in at all ever. No matter what. So now, the most recent kernel releases have these three newer parameters, which can be used the latest effort to had these mitigations turned off and stay off. Off is the addition of the PR spec disable no exotic control bid to the lenox Colonel. This bit prevents child processes from starting in a state where the protections for spector v four that's the one that's really expensive in performance are still activated despite being deactivated in the parent process. So experts argue that some processes, and I'm among those who argue that some processes don't need specter protections and the performance impact far outweighs the security impact, especially in closed systems where militias code cannot be introduced such as graphics rendering farms off the grid supercomputers or other strictly confined systems where no third party code is ever run. And I think that's exactly right. As we've noted before here. The only real even theoretically practical threat is shared hosting systems where potentially malicious code might be running in an adjacent virtual machine, you know, things like, Lennox based routers, and many other server scenarios don't have that kind of exposure to to possibly hostile code. And I and we've argued and I do that even end user system. You know, if you've got something in your machine, which is using specter to try to create a breach than it's dumb because it's already in your machine. So I mean, they're like much easier ways to gain a foothold then like something as really unlikely to be to be like feasibly exploited as. Spector? So I think this makes a lot of sense on. I was glad to see this. I have a piece of a Radha that I wanted to share relating to last week. Cisco small business that the RV three twenty and three twenty five dual gigabit WAM VPN routers, where I told everybody hit pause right now if you have one of these because Cisco remem remember left default Loggins in this router, a listener Brian wrote just finished S N ninety where Steve tells everyone to pause the podcast, unplug. Your RV three twenty updated. Then come back when that's done. Anyway, he says he says the T L DR is according to Cisco vulnerable products says this vulnerability affects Cisco small business RV three twenty three twenty-five wrap those routers, running firmware release. One point four point two point one five through one point four point two point one nine products confirmed not vulnerable only products listed in the vulnerable product section of the visory are known to be affected by this vulnerability. So he says that's from the security visory for the command injection vulnerability. The information disclosure vulnerability only affects one point four point two point one five through one point four point two point one seven. So a subset. He said I have family ties to a local business that's running an RV three twenty. So as soon as I got home this evening..

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"wam" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Security Now

"V one parameter. These three parameters were added even though the Colonel already had existing spector v. Two and specter store bypass disabled options for months which allowed sys admins to control the complexity level of the specter class mitigations which also included an off mode, but sys admin 's wanted some way, of course, those are Colonel build things. Right. So it's like, wait a minute. You know, it is it really are these really off. So sys admins wanted some way to absolutely positively guarantee that spectrum medications would not somehow kick in at all ever. No matter what. So now, the most recent kernel releases have these three newer parameters, which can be used the latest effort to had these mitigations turned off and stay off. Off is the addition of the PR spec disable no exotic control bid to the lenox Colonel. This bit prevents child processes from starting in a state where the protections for spector v four that's the one that's really expensive in performance are still activated despite being deactivated in the parent process. So experts argue that some processes, and I'm among those who argue that some processes don't need specter protections and the performance impact far outweighs the security impact, especially in closed systems where militias code cannot be introduced such as graphics rendering farms off the grid supercomputers or other strictly confined systems where no third party code is ever run. And I think that's exactly right. As we've noted before here. The only real even theoretically practical threat is shared hosting systems where potentially malicious code might be running in an adjacent virtual machine, you know, things like, Lennox based routers, and many other server scenarios don't have that kind of exposure to to possibly hostile code. And I and we've argued and I do that even end user system. You know, if you've got something in your machine, which is using specter to try to create a breach than it's dumb because it's already in your machine. So I mean, they're like much easier ways to gain a foothold then like something as really unlikely to be to be like feasibly exploited as. Spector? So I think this makes a lot of sense on. I was glad to see this. I have a piece of a Radha that I wanted to share relating to last week. Cisco small business that the RV three twenty and three twenty five dual gigabit WAM VPN routers, where I told everybody hit pause right now if you have one of these because Cisco remem remember left default Loggins in this router, a listener Brian wrote just finished S N ninety where Steve tells everyone to pause the podcast, unplug. Your RV three twenty updated. Then come back when that's done. Anyway, he says he says the T L DR is according to Cisco vulnerable products says this vulnerability affects Cisco small business RV three twenty three twenty-five wrap those routers, running firmware release. One point four point two point one five through one point four point two point one nine products confirmed not vulnerable only products listed in the vulnerable product section of the visory are known to be affected by this vulnerability. So he says that's from the security visory for the command injection vulnerability. The information disclosure vulnerability only affects one point four point two point one five through one point four point two point one seven. So a subset. He said I have family ties to a local business that's running an RV three twenty. So as soon as I got home this evening..

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"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Inviting you to join me for cruise back in time through the streets of Anna ever circa nineteen sixty two. I know the way because I live there. Don't miss Eddie's caravan with Baz daddy, Saturday evenings at six on WAM. Do you live from the shipping and receiving doc doc Johnson's Myrtle aged stay run? The bulk induction music show. Hey, we're down here recording the show actually in the compound of love subterranean level to workout room slash whatever. You wanna call it? It's got a bunch of stuff with lights and dials. And I think I think it's a restore recording studios where I think it is you're at the bone conduction music show, the James memorial listening room, and I had to walk over there. And I had to close the door sliding last or leads out to the back there and freeways out there right now making sure that no Robbins that nest within the boost compound of love back deck area will carry on their genetic material until the next generation. She does that quite well. And that sort of drives me nuts. I think man, no kill him poor little baby. Robins Andro the middle chipmunks. But she is programmed to do that she's a lean mean killing machine which he's out there with their tail in the air and her nose in the win, Lordy. Have mercy on my on Mojo. I'm glad I'm not a Robin and or a chipmunk, anyway, let's move on shall we? Here's JJ Jackson on the bone conduction museum. Change. Just..

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"wam" Discussed on Band Ranting

Band Ranting

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Band Ranting

"And the at that blend. I'm sorry I it's the delay makes it weird dinner but I was just going to say the idea that that began is just a block of stone and that a person pulled that beautiful thing out of that stone is remarkable. It's it's just one Iraqi listening we've ever done is a species and arguable in every culture. If you go to India are you go to any place in in Asia? They all have their own Michelangelo's in their own style and their own sensibility. Now here's the other thing Do Chinese kids in school in the United States feel less than because they are playing performing music written by a German or an Englishman or American? Do they feel comfortable into the only field worthwhile. And do they only feel like they belong in this world? If they're playing music by Chinese composers and you black kids this thing to black kids relate to music written by white people. I mean everything I'm saying is seems is so ridiculous that it's hardly worth saying but these are the implications of what this statement is it reflects is takes a performance aspect out of music altogether so our young people when they go through secondary school never have an opportunity to learn to play. Anything can pick it up. What they'll say to is is maybe instead of band they should be a mighty on psalm or they should be in a steel drum on some or they should be in a you know. Some kind of traditional music setting from whatever culture is is prominent but my point is like what what do you think is inherently Superior About Mariachi Ensemble. Can't you envision the same problems that people are identifying with bands and orchestras happening in Amman? If you can't you're just not thinking hard enough you're you're you're missing the forest for the trees. You're you're missing the symptoms for the disease. The problem with music education is not And a need to balance things in terms of of Ethnic music representation or any of these does nonsense in this. This article you read. But it's it's about the need for the prevalence of artistic values. There's that we need to eight art. In whatever form that takes by the way there are amazing. Mariachi ensemble out there. And if you're running a mighty NACI group you need to run that group with artistic Standards and artistic values at the forefront if you're conducting a contemporary win ensemble that does avantgarde music. You need to do that with artistic ensembles. If you're doing an early music. Baroque string group. You need to do that with artistic values if you're conducting of you know Were the renaissance motifs and stuff the coral style of singing. If you're if you're doing that whatever you're doing do it. With artistic values at the forefront. That's the problem and if I can backup for second I think this this whole viewpoint is And I know we don't want to get into politics too much here but it really. It represents this view that all Western society is bad or flawed or broken or all of these things article claims colonial elitist Eurocentric oppressive. I made air say this. It's attached to white supremacy down jerks about it. Yeah and the thing is. I don't know if anyone knows who Jon meacham is. He's a historian and author during a total of America. Yeah he says all the time America and you can think of this By Extension Western Culture America is both the Ku Klux Klan and Martin Luther King Junior. We're both wreck. Slavery and the Declaration of Independence. We are both the internment of Japanese-americans in camps during World War. Two and the force that defeated the Nazis and oppression and saved a lot of people's lives. It's it's not if you are sophisticated smart person. It should not be okay for you to accept these platitudes to accept these simple ways of looking at the world because the world is not simple to say that Western Culture Western Art Music is any one thing is really dangerous thinking. It's just not true and by the way. The the implication is the implication is a Western culture has done all of these bad things which we have done but we've also done a lot of good things because life is complicated. People come kid and we need to turn to These other sources of music do you think You know for instance as a as an example native Americans in this in this Culture are sort of Painted with a broad brush as well oftentimes all native American tribes. Were you know peaceful and Just just lived off the land harmoniously and tried to assimilate into Western culture when the Europeans arrived. That's not true what we call native Americans. Will we call Indians was literally hundreds of tribes of people some of which were incredibly warlike some of which were ruthless. I mean read about the blackfoot. I mean these were warriors. These were not these. Were not tribes. That we're just GonNa let the Europeans come. And I mean they were and ending their teepees. You know we WANNA WE WANNA Explore Asian culture. Read a little bit about Genghis Khan when he did. I mean this idea that like Western culture was singularly bad in other cultures were peaceful and loving and we've just gone around the world. Wreaking destruction is not true. I wish people would figure out. We're all the same. We're all the same on. Humans are the same where the same we have the capabilities. The same a conditioning the same prevalence towards violence in towards peace. We're all the same in all of this nonsense cutting drawings barriers in the sand and going You know if you play Beethoven's music than you're racist I mean it's it's just so stupid. It's so so weird and Well here at with a couple of things first of all music is the SAV humanity. Music is the universal language. Music is. There's nothing to argue against music about. It is One of the deeply spiritual creative innate powerful things that we have as a race of people on the planet is prevalent in every culture in this different forms and the reason that evolved in different forms is because different people live different places and evolved their own artistic expression and now America. I hate the word melting pot. But if that's what we are which is the our current politicians wish. We weren't if I'd like to get rid of everything that isn't quite and Christian. I might add But if we are that. And if the new house is not a representation of America with all of its women and ethnicities new of Representatives. I mean this is the ideal of what we are and music is an enormous part of every single human being regardless of whether from is it our job as Americans to I used to cater to Latin kids to Asian kids to black kids. Or is it their job to absorb more of the Lap wham music me you know. It's it's such a ridiculous argument to begin with but The thought that We are being In any way. Discriminating against anybody by using Western Art Music which is the foundation of our in our country. We were settled by Europeans. Folks this may be a huge jolt to some people but the United States of America was was came across the water right and brought that culture with them and it has evolved into our culture and it has become a very important part of our culture not the only part I was watching last night. But those wonderful programs on CNN regarding The seventies eighties kind of the development of rock and roll development of hard rock. Acid rock really interesting stuff. We're all that come from. It came from British culture mostly and like one of the one of the members of forget where they're interviewing last night I think it was I forget which which it was said. The britishers just better than the Americans from which is obviously true. They've turned out all this amazing Output of creative stuff In that genre you know so. Where does all that fit into this? That's all rooted in Western Art Music. Too You know. There's another rock and roll band on the planet or hip hop for that matter. The doesn't use basic western harmony. I mean come on right right You start taking elements apart and it becomes ludicrous yes there. There's Muslim music in Asia. Yes that's what I've been crystal Beijing Opera The original Chinese music is fascinating and was extremely mobile and operated on a different harmonic sensibility than in Western Art Music. Does that make us a colonial because we want to intrude on Asian people in our country? I mean for God's sake and the whole thing has to do with aesthetics it has to do with beauty has to do with creativity it has to do with the betterment of mankind. It is the one glue that is common to every single culture on the planet and it should be looked at and treasured that way and for a bunch of people ethnomusicologist to music. Ed Researchers to stand up here and start to think about this and these insane ways is crazy and The response to it made me even crazier because there were people dress their head and go. Oh Gosh you know I just wrote a post and I said you know what you need to do. If you're questioning anything about this is decide why you show up to work every morning you know what are you doing and why are you doing it? What are you supposed to achieve? Why are you teaching music? Why are you a choral director or an orchestra director band director? What are you doing for young people? What the music the vehicle or using the only thing you know or is it all about your teaching methods or is it all about your tuning machine or is it all about your IPAD. What are you doing? Does that mean that? We shouldn't be progressing. No it does not. Does that mean that we should just flush the toilet on all performing ensembles In Secondary School I mean my God you know and one more thing I want to say and this will make everybody. Furious were done and I put the blame In secondary school the failing of serious music programs in the secondary school on the lap of the marching band. And the show choir. You know Not all choirs in high school are Glee. The television program and turned into entertainment. Not all band programs. The United States are supposed to March up and down and Winning trophies and win contests. And if you've gone off the chart in any one of those venues. You are responsible for part of this insane. Thinking Right We are not in the business of entertainment entertainers entertain music Educators teach music the value of music the upper crust. The God forbid sophistication of music. It's like well you know. We have a steady diet of McDonald's. Hamburgers as White Americans is that always should eat She tried Chinese food. Should Chinese Americans try French food. I mean it. It's so absurd right. Yeah if I can I. Can I take your point a level deeper because I I tend to agree with you about marching band and show choir but.

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New York and Virginia Become the First States to Require Mental Health Education in Schools

The Morning News

01:20 min | 3 years ago

New York and Virginia Become the First States to Require Mental Health Education in Schools

"And find your set of keys just make it easy for these kids you know so just a reminder that they're gotta keep on reminding herself lock the doors get rid of the valuables don't have them in sight those things help to arrests were announced in that rash of burglaries last month it's a not guilty plea from the man accused of stabbing and killing his ex girlfriend and leaving her bonding in buffalo road in gates roger wiggins is charged with second degree murder in the death last month of tracey hinton williams thirty say hinton williams was stabbed multiple times before she fell or was pushed from wiggins jeep on buffalo road and died later strong hospital police believe there was some sort of altercation inside the vehicle at the time authorities say wiggins then tried to flee the country but was stopped at the canadian border in lewiston a new state laws now in effect that will ensure mental health education is provided in classrooms across the state the mental health association in new york state press state lawmakers for five years for the law new york becomes the first state in the nation to require that all elementary middle and high school students include mental health is part of existing physical health instruction in their curriculum advocates say schools will prepare students with lifelong skills to understand mental health and wellness and increase their awareness of when and how to access treatment or support for themselves or others jim donovan newsradio eleven eighty newsradio wam levin eighty time five forty three let's you're on your way home from work for a complete wrap up of today's news on.

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Roger Lee Wiggins, Second Degree Murder and Trump discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Roger Lee Wiggins, Second Degree Murder and Trump discussed on Sean Hannity

"Newsradio wam eleven eighty event accused saving and killing his ex girlfriend and leaving her body on buffalo road engage pleading not guilty to the crime roger lee wiggins was in court today where he pleaded not guilty to a charge of second degree murder for the death of tracey hinton williams president trump says he's met with four potential supreme court justices and plans to meet with two or three more speaking at the white house with the prime minister of the netherlands the president said that the nominees are excellent in many ways the president added he will make a decision on a nominee over the next few days the president also says he has spoken with mexican president elect andres manual lopez over door president trump says he expects their relationship will be a very good one calling the mexican vote an excellent election he says they discuss border security nafta and a separate us mexico trade deal jacking the newsradio wam eleven eighty esl thirty minute ticker the dow is up thirty three points and nasdaq is up fifty seven points newsradio.

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Michael Lynch, Maryland and Washington discussed on The Morning News

The Morning News

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Michael Lynch, Maryland and Washington discussed on The Morning News

"Limits reduced to twenty miles per hour during school hours student michael lynch was struck and killed while walking to school on cooper out last year alexa olson newsradio eleven eighty a rochester man who was convicted in the brutal killing of his girlfriend is scheduled to be sentenced this morning ll macphail was convicted of second degree murder trial in may he was accused of using a crowbar to beat siree tonight to death while she slept at their apartment on bernard street back on december eighth police found nights body after getting a call from a concerned citizen from outside the state newsradio wam eleven eighty time five five your next check of traffic and weather on the tens in less than five minutes president trump and his advisors have been talking about his upcoming supreme court nominee expected to be announced one week from today the white house is considering up to seven potential candidates and cbs news correspondent errol barnett has more i think we're going to support from democrats in an interview sunday president trump voice confidence that has yet to be announced supreme court nominee will be confirmed soon i see finds a replacement for retiring justice anthony kennedy has been a swing vote on critical issues like abortion republicans want seat that judge by the full those who evacuated after the devastating hurricane last year in puerto rico orlando remain longer in their temporary housing in the united states a federal judge in massachusetts is blocking the evictions of almost two thousand puerto rican citizens who've been staying in hotels across the united states ever since hurricane maria hit the us commonwealth months ago federal government vouchers were about to expire over the weekend before the judge intervened giving those folks a few more days to stay put fema is not allowed to end the transitional sheltering assistance program which pays for the housing until at least midnight tuesday now more than three hundred displaced households are currently staying in massachusetts alone ken fox news preparations are underway in north korea ahead of secretary of state mike pompeo's upcoming visit reporter don kirk says it's the first official follow up to the recent singapore summit top us negotiators soon kim again met a high ranking north korean at the truce village of panmunjom reportedly preparing for secretary of state mike pompeo to go to pyongyang this week in hopes of getting the north to start making good on pledges for denuclearization in washington national security adviser john bolton on cbs is face the nation said north korea could get rid of its nukes in a year memorial services for the victims of the mass shooting at a maryland newsroom will start today a memorial service will be held monday for rob hi anson who.

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Horowitz, Wray pressed on political bias at FBI, next steps after IG report

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Horowitz, Wray pressed on political bias at FBI, next steps after IG report

"You're always on the move driving to work hauling two kids to practice how do they keep up to date they listened to wham talk sixteen hundred just like you if you're a business owner your message could reach these people wherever their travels take them people to radio for intelligent conversation with hosts like joepags glenn beck they row necks dana lash and they'll stay tuned for your messages well call seven three four nine seven one sixteen hundred today and advertise your business on wam doc sixteen hundred radio dot com fox news radio i'm steve rappoport president trump refusing to budge on the policy that separates some children from parents caught entering the us illegally if the democrats would sit down instead of obstructing we could have something done very quickly house minority leader nancy pelosi firing back heartbreaking barbaric issue that could be changed in a moment by the president of the united states rescinding his action some republicans also criticizing the policy the doj's inspector general testifying in the senate on his report about the fbi's mishandling of the hilary clinton email probe we follow normal processes we took comments we've made decisions on the issue in the final report was not made weaker or soft or in any regard michael horowitz concluding former fbi director james comey was insubordinate but not motivated by political bias fox news we report you decide.

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"wam" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The Incomparable

"I still as long as i have carried music around with me in some portable fashion whether it was a cassette and walkman or a cd and a walkman or mp three player of some variety or smartphone i have always had wam and george michael records on it i profoundly i'm not going to go as far as to say what jason said about peter gabriel which is this is the music that i like going forward but every wham record is is dear to me in a different way i was i was never the hugest fan of make it big but i really enjoy some of the not so popular songs i think ed's of heaven is a really great record i liked all georgia ciller stuff the listen without prejudice reissues that came out last year on my birthday was amazing to not invite you on the nineties draft because you will snipe listen without prejudice from me but i live really appreciated george michael until i heard that i said this this guy is a true talent sadly not eligible because that was nineteen ninety yes it was so but this is this is again another album that i don't remember how i ended up with it but i did get a version on cassette that said women uk on it because there was a point where they had to change their name for a stretch of time in the united states because of some other band not what i would've guessed for a whim choice but that's this draft this draft is is going to define your expectations at every turn speaking which you're steve let's what i don't know what that means i have no idea what to do here i've so many help on my list and strangely enough we're all talking about these things for a really long time so i don't think we're gonna get to too many of the so i guess i'll jump straight to this one people who are young and listening to this millennial types who weren't around in the eighties probably have asked yourself at one point or another can there really have been that much cocaine around back then it's not like people were so coped up that say a punk rock band might decide it would be a good idea to dress up like louie the fourteenth apache warrior and of dread crew of dandy pirates and then go yes my young friends let me introduce you to a little band called adam and the ants and in particular this may come as a prize their third and final album prince charming no that's my bring out you deadliest is the best album i had a hard time deciding between this kings of the wild frontier which is also great but i like this one just a little bit better this has less of the drum heavy barundi beat sound that was there and bowao with adams previous band their signature sound on king's prince charming is kind of all over the map musically frankly it's a bit of a mess but i love it all the more for that it's it's like there was an explosion at the musical idea factory and they couldn't quite figure out which bins to put everything back in after words some people are probably most with from this as stand and deliver which got a reasonable amount of airplay it's great but it doesn't even scratch the surface of the craziness that's a foot on this album but he's a dandy highway he is indeed and i love him for that when not schedule mentioning it starts off with scorpio's which has got a brass section and flute and it sounds like it came from groovy spy movie it's about a gang of young street toughs who go around stopping fashion crimes or something i don't know the title track prince charming is just a gorgeous cinematic song it's a call to action for unapologetic weirdos that features the repeated lyric ridicule is nothing to be scared of what your good words to remember when you go on stage dressed as your grandma's couch be on.

"wam" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The Plant Path

"And also participating in life in the way of blessing like you described if feels so critical in central to our existence here on earth, even you know. Yeah. Thank you for saying that I think I think what you're saying just oh so important. So why no my heart, and it really reminds me of the importance of like celebrating, you know, just like the importance of celebrating life. I think those of us who who are, you know, aware of what's going down, the planet right now can feel really easy kind of viral into this place, you know, of despondency and remembering that like our ability. This celebrate life and actually to to find these spaces of gratitude is part of what's feeding this world. And part of what's feeding the beauty is just so buydell to remember Whitney's. Thank you so much for saying that. Yeah. One of. One person that's coming to mind, it just for people who they want to explore this further Martine prac- towel in his books like his he just so has such an eloquent way of speaking to this in his book, the secrets of the talking Jaguar that was a really profound beautiful story to hear him share from a Mayan perspective of their traditional culture of their whole that everything the way that they would interface with the world everything they will be doing receiving like these elaborate, beautiful prayers songs offerings end just to the heart and soul of the world. So that's just one another thing that people want to connect in within read more about one story that really moved me and not way. Yeah. Well, I would love that book. I would love to hear more from you Asia about how about this. You know, like taking all of this work of communing with the earth end with plants this Mickley, and how people can use this. You know, we have a lot of herbalists in, you know, listening in here too. And I feel like something that's often lacking MRs WAM, so happy to hear your perspective in here. What you're sharing is that like within the world of herbalism too. I see so often this perspective of light. And this is one thing you talked about in your video in your earth. Intuition, mini course that I watched was like when I heard you talk about this mindset of that people often come to nature come to plans. Like, what are you? Good for you. No. And that is just like, oh my gosh. It's one of the biggest things that were trying to kind of dissipate that type of stinking is getting out of like us, this herb for that symptom. And this kind of, you know, respective of plans are good for treating certain things are doing certain things for us. And I would just love to hear about kind of like what is was. It looked like being a person who works plant medicine in multidimensional way. Like, yes, you can address, you know, maybe working on healing certain things in the physical body. But what's the niece that you know, how someone could use this process of working with plant spirits working with that intuitive side of plant medicine in a practical way in their work with plants. Yeah. You know, one of the things I like to say is that what we know about plants right now is just a fraction of the library. That our ancestors worked with and we're in a process, especially, you know, in in western culture of really building back up this deeper understanding of the plants, you know, like where I live, for example, I live in the ancestral lands of the Cherokee to become a Cherokee plant medicine person. Historically, men knowing the medicinal uses of eight hundred plants or more, neither native plants. I mean, you would be really hard pressed to find any herbal no matter how master of westerner bliss..

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"wam" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wam" Discussed on About Last Night

"What's a bogey now now now i have to look up this wam owes surf rider oath of three lanes dude yeah here's a slip inside with three lanes and it looks like there's the a water sprain all around i mean that's the way you want to go to you want the race lanes yeah yeah free pickup in burbank if i get it march twelve i maintain so here's the thing if i get this for yet i have that mutation rest obviously okay here it is i i have now i have inflatable waterslide triple pool yet yeah okay so it's got the yes what's got the 3 lanes i've got that farc amazon's only thirteen thirty bucks what what are you looking at for six hundred i am in this seat what what you're what your experiencing now to our listeners is just this is what happens we kids some kids reviews to grow up and now we have the money to do all the things that are parents would not let us do now we can actually do that yeah yeah now we can actually like yeah it's now i can have a threelane waterslide it in in my backyard i can do that and you you you don't think eve you don't think dwarf slip in slider racing league is happening i'm getting all the dwarves over my so my god cheer on your favorites everybody it's all at we're all going towards raised doubts lipids i mean we should get i would love to accommodate that i mean people are watching people blame video games now there's video game leagues there's drone racers why can't we have drought why can we have dwarf slipping slide racing.

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"wam" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:22 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Two two oh man the harder you fight the more it means to you that's what it comes down to so many people that wander just kinda limp along out of debt it's not as exciting but when you've done what she's done you're sleeping on a mattress everyone you wake up on the floor because they were air runs out i would that then you're ready to do a debtfree scream it's a different level i'll just talia that's very real staff great job elizabeth great job a she can do it shot up on where your wining amy amy call the wam beyonce don't tell me what you deserve shot a you can do this stuff this is the dave ramsey show giving you the same financial advisor grandmother did but we keep our teeth in this is the dave ramsey show common sense so on common it's a highly rated talk radio joe played now in five hundred in seventy a radio stations across america thank you thank you for joining us giovanni is with me in baton rouge high giovanni how are you good thank you for taking time out palm bay absolute how can i help yet i got a family member bed he vented we mid to late 30s i was in a very bad accident with his son some seven years ago the courts awarded him a very large sum of money this past moss um the problem is is that just like you hear the story of uh people that win the lottery didn't know how to control money bandaged up years uh short period of they're completely out of money 'cause they never knew how to manage it i'm very concerned because the way he talks i need to give him some advice to give him to comprehend uh about talking to an investor because his uh his attorney tell them he's gonna finding somebody and i'm like just all meeting shark lounger you just do house exactly man us so much on her how much is he going to receive well he's gonna receive a little over two million dollars win uh it's already begun okay how long on how long ago just he won't get into details.

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"wam" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"I lost the fight i almost feel like i'm in the same situation as the rumble fight fighting for vacant championship i get it trust me i do want to walk and there the champion because they get paper viewpoints and as a financial incentive it's very important for me to be the champ but mentally i almost feel like i'm fine from vacant title again and i can deal with that you know because i will feel better once i win and i get the bell strapped romney again boca just me you know i can't change wam mariel i i uh i am lam man because of that though because of that mentality in in all that as the last time you're on you talked about the nightmares do you still have in leading up to the failure of they're gone away it's all my it's all my uh it's all my uh my failures right all of them all of their comdemning go the cree lowincome legal really is there one it persists i mean obviously is this jones fight the last one um and the olympics two thousand four ramona bronzemedal match up 20 in overtime wait a minute have left the match an ideal of three points out of nowhere i was well on the way to winning the bronze medal in i blew it ill so those kind of comeback to me but not right now right now the focus is what's at hand you know i can't i feel like a lot of times those things come to me whenever i have nothing else going on right whose iowa they'll just have a you know i i i loss in its like those losses they stay with me but they service motivation he was funny i was listening to a podcast on the way here hockey podcast of all things i'm very well rounded you know like all kinds of sports ennio and actually they were talking about a quote and it actually made me think of you and the co was there is there comes.

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"wam" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Jumbo what good jain warmest version of the phone it's almost like have that two hands from which to put it to my head who say hello it was at his only two complaints about me yeah i think i think so okay and you know what i heard there what plan wam apple apple cabinet or it's okay here you are you're you're hypnotized you are what is what does that the call a cult the cult devil your you've been lime cultivated that's what i heard very cooperative no what are they call somebody when your leg in a calls when you're you're like france i dunno had been done with i don't know yeah the chief i use on behalf of zambia maleng yeah how can you can we want to hear bre a hero yeah i heard any of these us brian's was good aca hey gro sure it ryan burrow crop year but like i needed to call in and there are a few things up for my last couple of hoist fouls in you thinking that my new job would or new job as great driving is yeah not so great you know uh gets travel ally and that's supercool actually next week i'll be party ended up with our boys showing carpenter in columbus ohio later on in the week and may have some shenanigans to share it only needs to cleared up a new job does not suck new job rocks and you guys are killed it appreciate all the good interviews lately take your hand uh the other shenanigans that you guys call funny.

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"wam" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"That's the point of live action webinars thursday october twenty six at two pm eastern time i you can banks m joining john smith liveaction cto to discuss best practices to reduce the complexity of adopting st wam to govern service assurance using network insights that allow you to be proactive 'cause you got her fourth those sla is what's nice to know when things are gone bad before it gets serious and to make sure that your application is working over the wam the way you said it would when you recommended this whole st where install to the company to begin with john i are going to go through some s t where market feedback that live action has gathered and then some used cases for their technology and then finally we're going to demo the live action platform and when we do so we are going to focus on three key features one we are going to look at real time network visualization and apology maps for complete situational awareness this is the main part of their interface the one i've seen the most and which i've always liked to we're going to look at continuous machinelearning forum customers data to provide realtime human in the loop insights for better service management i've talked to them about the machine learning claim and i believe it's legit what they're doing with this data is very interesting and then three we're going to look at dashboards reports and systems integration forced service assurance governance i aim of those esa laser being enforced under any way hope you there at the event it should be a good time i have admired the live actually interface for quite a while now and i do love wording out with cto types who are passionate about their product if you want to be there great you've got to register so registered a day a dubbed up dubbed that live action dot com slash goal slash win and while you're there you can proper the event by visiting live actions live and x insight product page at rica final the information about the product we could be des moines and then you can read their blog three challenges to consider as you approach st where monitoring one more time register using dubbed up dubbed that live action dot com slash go slash win and i hope to see you there.

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"wam" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Trump a been elected and you see people being fire host and said this is trump's america and i wanted to stop and go away it's actually not until january right this is bob america and the story in this wasn't like a block this was a fucking cnn abc news time thing was saying distrust makers like trump has nothing to do with this this it's still the other guy and you're selling this story there was a video i saw of a little girl in syria purchase walking down the street shubin bombed you know shoot bleeding are closure tattered sh walk number death people are dead allrounder there's a there's a car commercial fire she's like days and walking by it really struck me and then couple months later i saw somebody post the music video that that video was firm wam and has been presented as we have to go help these people and was from a music video and in my weight i can't trust the images that are being pushed in my head out it's really it's really quite something but that that you see it and ula yes and another people get are manipulated this way and and it's like come and they work hard at it because it's important that they manipulate the uh these people but i think to me that's like you know there's like it's like they're just utterly incapable of having any an interesting conversation about such a profoundly interesting time in american history like why did this guy rise up how was he able to whip these people up what are the frustrations about and then like i said i mean it just such a fucking interesting story that it's the same it's the fucking same we went from bush to obama did trump that's like is different as you can get an it's like it's all same shooter yeah like there were still fighting the same fucking wars the same foreign policy the same monetary policy and fiscal policy the same economic policies like i could go on and on about like all of these major issues the things i care they all continue they all continue to reach one and then the other story okay and this what i'd say is like a two porter.

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"wam" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on Mixergy

"But wam i'm distracted here for second appoint by pointed out i was checking in with your competitors to see if they had any inside dirt honey clinton wanted them just responded back and i can see now he says no i don't uh but i'm checking about he says says he doesn't know you but he's checking you how uh against i know who we are talking about here ogre who'd hyping of against bill there are many sees in this industry oh no i said he but yeah it's yielding prevalje thought that i was talking about laura roeder yes yes yeah you guys are kinda similar different in the sense that lower roeder's software as men to repaired re publish your own content but you want encourage external content am i right now no no no no so that was followed when we had exugandan so rigging post is actually a dark comedy do i should have contacted her i wanted to but you know what i felt like i couldn't get a fast enough response but i shouldn't have said that i should have actually done it master i do like talking to competitors what what is the difference between your software in her software um so we are better power is staffed with two stock rid arm edgar was eighty dollars ladies empty lowered their price to fifty dollars so if you order arm striving entrepreneur order small business ugandan for debate fifty dollars a month for something that you could probably be manually so we offer a free plan and it's again was plan so everyone who starting out is happy with that so that is one thing secondly we had video dates when noone eltingh the instead so you could attach deers uh and then you could upload would years and we will shaved them neatly.

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"wam" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"wam" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"So this slate of course you know massively increased on the the the sort of lusa recruitment into on this organization um m smother a circus associated the organization the provisional ira in some other i'm sort of less notable um variants of via the republican army um do you wanna talk a little bit about sort of how the oven the ira uh sort of operated deal majaca yet let let it looks to me give one more a piece of context back and this is also the escalation of british saida this is when i believe it was in early 70s uh the implementation of an internet it was yes it was around that time uh basically gino detention without patriot act stuff detentionwithouttrial and i mean the course of the conflicts i believe over ten thousand a republicans were imprisoned grip for the duration of the trump 60s to the ninety sump failure had you had like well over ten thousand lakes cycling in and out of jails for various uh terms like some with criminal charges some knots uh and and we should all ed will really quickly there's also operation voter man which was the when the british army wam with about twelve thousand soldiers lists of fall mobilized tanks and bulldozers and they essentially attempted and mossy seated to take back allotted the nogo zones controlled by the parisian ira right that was nineteen those midnight 72 in july julia how these ira were getting uh the provisional ira people are getting money yes uh we oh let's get into the dynamic fear of of the gotti shenzhen money you i just had the us was evolved that irishman in the us they were on so.

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