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"west mexico" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Today shows a man believed to be the enigmatic artist disguised as a member of the cleaning staff. He instructs passengers to move away well. He stencils rats around the inside of a train carriage. The work is called. You don't mask you don't get. It features several rats wearing face masks. Another road appears to be sneezing and different. Rat is shown offering hand sanitizer at the end of the video banks. He space the words I get locked down, but I get up again. If you WANNA. Check out that video. We've got it up at the World Dot Org. One Country where corona virus cases are surging is Mexico. It now has the fourth highest number of deaths worldwide, thirty, five thousand. That's the official tally. It's hard to get accurate numbers in Mexico, but frontline healthcare workers are feeling the toll, Shannon young reports from Oaxaca in South West Mexico since the start of July, the total number of confirmed Covid, nineteen deaths in Mexico has surpassed that of Spain France and Italy. Unbelievable Muscial president unrest. Manuel Lopez seemed unfazed and his most recent Sunday address to the nation. He's says the intensity of the outbreak is easing, and the country is in good hands. He expressed more concern about what he calls the other pandemic. On. The. Let these more that would be in his words, the alarmist conservative press. The president takes issue with reporting overall mortality comparisons saying it's more informative to see the death tolls scaled to population. Mexico has more than twice as many residents as the European countries hardest hit by the virus. But accurate comparisons are hard to make given. Mexico's widely acknowledged case undercount Mexico has the lowest per capita testing rate in the western hemisphere and the world's highest rate of tests that come back positive. Health officials say all patients sick enough to require hospitalization are tested, but only one in ten patients with mild symptoms qualifies for test under the country's so called Sentinel surveillance model how it works. Is You have to perform sickness? Lisa's more than authorities received a test at a public clinic in the southern state of Guerrero after several days of symptoms, he has an autoimmune condition, but it wasn't enough to automatically qualify for a test when I went in I didn't have a fever and so I had to say. Say hundred compensate saying I. Don't have it right now, but oh my God it was terrible two days ago and it was, but I.

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El Chapo

Kingpins

05:31 min | 2 years ago

El Chapo

"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.

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Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family

Arizona's Morning News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family

"We have some major developments to bring you in the ambush killings of nine American women and children in northern Mexico in fact it's our top story in here's Jenny west Mexico security secretary says arrests have been made in last week's brutal murders by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico K. D. A. R. as Jim crosses live with the latest yeah Germany so far Mexico still not releasing any information details about the number of arrests or where this happened what Gruber cartel the suspects maybe part of others came after arrest last week of a suspect in our free a south of Douglas Arizona that was later found not to be connected to these are murders thirteen year old Devon Langford's mother and two brothers were killed in this ambush he then walked fourteen miles to get help for the other eight children who survive under my mind

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"west mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jim sharp at six thirty your listing Arizona's morning news coming up the question is should undocumented immigrants brought here is children be able to legally stay in the U. S. the Supreme Court will weigh arguments on the dock a program beginning today but first we have some major developments of the ambush killings of nine American women and children in northern Mexico fact that's our top story news Jimmy west Mexico security secretary says arrests have been made in last week's brutal murders by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico K. D. A. R. as Jim crosses live with the latest Jim arrests made but they're not saying how many arrests what organization they belonged to or where the is the rest happened other victims of last week's attack where dole U. S. Mexican citizens members of Mormon communities in northern Mexico not affiliated with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints a thirteen year old Devon Lankford a hero survive the attack walked a terrifying fourteen miles to get help for eight other children who survived walk all smiles was if there was anybody else out there trying to shoot me or following me I was trying to hide myself bush I couldn't under bush I pray a lot now the FBI is working with investigators in Mexico the president president crop offer to send military forces south of the border to help bring the killers to justice I was on offer the Mexico declined one of the new center jump cross KTA our news the more I hear from that boy the more I just can't even imagine having to live through something like that it's just going to be reliving it every day of his life no all right it is coming up on six thirty two let's get to detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well we don't have to relive this community time soon either mail we got all kinds of freeway crashes cooking right now and they're going to put you behind the clock I'm afraid eastbound one a one in particular still a fifty minute ride eastbound from seventy Fifth Avenue in the Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard it's a crash approaching thirty Fifth Avenue that blocked the two right lanes for the longest time that's what cars that delay we've got a record the sixty now westbound west of mill it's off right I ten westbound west Broadway HOV and number one left lanes they're blocked from a collision motorcycle involved stay right to get by it before you get too if there's another a motorcycle wreck underneath the I ten but at least that one is off to the right this traffic report is brought to you by the law offices of Donald W. hot spot if you own a business or starting a business or are currently in a dispute the law offices of Donald W. hats but can help just text word law two.

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"west mexico" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Off was my idea and it was my idea to terminated I didn't even I didn't discuss it with anybody else in fact the Taliban has conducted attacks throughout the peace negotiations and the president and never threatened to stop the talks before as for pulling US troops out of Afghanistan something the president promised to do he says he still wants to end the war but at the quote right time Mar alliance in NPR news the White House a federal judge in California is reinstating a nation wide halt to the trump administration's plan to prevent most migrants from seeking asylum at the US Mexico border US District Court judge today ruling an injunction preventing the administration's policy from taking affection applying nationwide mark Morgan is acting commissioner of U. S. customs and border protection said the ruling was old and more migrants moving into the west Mexico's apprehended approximately a hundred and thirty four thousand people so far this calendar year last year two thousand eighteen calorie or the entire year of two thousand eighteen eighty three thousand same judge blocked the policy in July after a lawsuit by groups that help asylum seekers an appeals court had limited the impact of the injunction to states within the area overseen by the appeals court in California and Arizona. members of the house Judiciary Committee are poised to vote on new procedures to bolster their impeachment inquiry of president trump bears Claudia we're solace reports the move is a win for pro impeachment house Democrats members of the house Judiciary Committee are expected this week to vote on new procedures for their trump impeachment probe the new procedures will let staff question witnesses for extended periods allow evidence to be accepted in closed session and the president's council can respond in writing the committee will also question former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski next week some pro impeachment Democrats have accused committee chairman Jerry Nadler of not being clear about whether his panel is conducting a formal impeachment inquiry they say the new procedures could put those questions to rest cloudy Seles NPR news Washington activist hedge fund management company says it's putting three point two billion dollars in the eighteen T. saying the company could be valued up to twenty dollars a share higher by the end of twenty twenty one aspen came from the firm Elliott management a Wall Street stocks were up the Dow gaining thirty eight points you're listening to NPR. US Coast Guard officials say they're putting together a plan to get four south Korean crew members out of a cargo vessel that turned on its side off the coast of Georgia officials after determining the for our inside in a live call it a slow but safe process to extract the tramp crew members meanwhile rescue were say the deliver supplies to a hole drilled in the op turned hold the vessel the Golden rate ship with more than four thousand vehicles inside flipped and caught fire Sunday near Brunswick Georgia. when Elizabeth us formally approved a law that would make it illegal for Britain to leave the European Union October thirty first without a withdrawal agreement from Brussels teri Schultz reports that doesn't mean the twenty seven other EU members are required to grant an extension though even the new law requiring British prime minister Boris Johnson to ask you partners for a delay in brexit if he doesn't work out an agreement isn't real leading the chaos negotiations on the future of the Irish border after the split are getting no where and both sides are stepping up preparations for a divorce without a deal France says it plans to stage a monthlong practice ahead of October thirty first with hundreds of extra customs officers and other personnel at the Kelly port Germany's foreign minister says the E. U. is ready to talk about how to have an orderly withdrawal but the proposals must come from London some E. leaders have warned they're not willing to give Britain more time without new ideas for NPR news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels crude oil futures prices moved higher today amid ward a newly appointed Saudi energy minister signal no major change in OPEC policy or allow up to fifty seven eighty five a peril I am Jack's spear NPR news in Washington. support for NPR comes from jaman Gerald catcher supporting the children's movements of Florida dedicated to helping all children enter school with the social emotional and intellectual skills needed to succeed more information is available at children's movement Florida dot org and Americans for the.

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"west mexico" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Listening to the latest from n._b._c. news radio former el paso congressman beto o'rourke says the economy is not working for everyone but favors the one percent or work was among the ten presidential hopefuls who participated last night in the first democratic debate in miami or work says he would support at twenty eight percent tax on the highest earners in america but he did not say whether he would support raising the tax rate as high as seventy percent or work use part of his debate time to address the american people in spanish about the issue at one point former san antonio mayor julio castro challenged a work about the best course of action for dealing with the immigration crisis at the southern border homeland security agents of more than three hundred cases at the border of migrants claiming a child who is not their own they're called fake families and greg nevada who heads of homeland security investigations told congress that some of these kids are being recycled a fifty one year old honduran male confessing that he was not the father of the infant child he initially claimed to be his son and purchase a child for eighty four dollars they now have over four hundred workers helping customs combat fake families migrants with a child get special treatment a woman found clint canal is being identified as an immigrant from mexico early yesterday morning el paso county deputies and border patrol agents found the nineteen year old body floating in the riverside canal officials confirmed she is from south west mexico a texas death row inmates late as appeals aren't convincing to the state's highest criminal court the court of criminal appeals on wednesday unanimously rejected rodney reads claim that his conviction for nineteen ninety-six murder in bastrop county was based on false scientific evidence the court also rejected reads claim of new evidence that would indicate stacey steitz was actually murdered by her fiance defense lawyers are reportedly considering taking the case to the fifth u._s. circuit court of appeals and the u._s. supreme court.

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"west mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:54 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Willie Nelson did that song couple of others have have tiptoed around it. But it's such a signature song for Gregg Allman, the Allman brothers band midnight rider as a country music became outlaw country, music, and emerged from rock and blues in the in the mixture that was the Allman brothers band signature of very jazz friendly organization as well. They really gave birth to what we call the jam band thing, back in the day midnight. Rider, just a crate moment of the American horizon. Let's put it that way and sliding over that horizon right now as we go back in time and beyond outlaw country to the Cal Cal boogie, Ella Fitzgerald and a record from the time. When the song was a chart song a standard song of its own. Time Cal Cal boogie the song book on WNYC. Out on the play. I. Right in the range one day job. Low. I heard him saying almost. I saw it. He learned. Come. Get hit. Get along. Better be on you get along. Get hit. And it trucks. That old fashioned way. Singing his Cao Cao looking in the straight come into. Yeah. Yeah. Coming to you. He's, he's got enough that west Mexico. He was. Local. Swing have freed singing this cow. In the spirit way. Get better. Thinking. She's. He's got enough that list next. With a. That can raise on local. Jackie's what you call us. Swing have very. Play. Woke up smart. Look out. I could tell my milk. I can tell. So you see my milk cow. What would you? Please. I had no milk. Now you gotta cream. Fair. Two. Treated. Sweat. Tell. Calmly count. Today's. Same sweet. This world..

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"west mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Thanks for having me. Absolutely. So let's start with this. Obviously the situation in Israel was quite dire over the weekend, some seven hundred rockets fired at Israel civilians, Kamasi, genocidal, answers, medical organization, dedicated to the destruction of all over the planet was behind this. Not one twenty twenty democratic candidates had anything to say about that. What's your reaction to the silence the shocking silence from the Democratic Party over all this? As opposed to leading the rather the left of the party. They're being led by it. It's a consequence of not leading the radical west Mexico taking over more and more of the party, and as we saw with the U2. with labor party if you don't do front it. If you don't lead, it it actually will become your party. So I think it's very indicative verse to this conflict over the weekend. With regard to the BBS movement, the rhetoric around a Omar to leave and some of the antisemitic statements in and out of congress, as it was just another soaring that the Democratic Party as moving further to the last and unfortunately in a really bad way on this issue. He'll known ask you about a couple of specific of your of your colleagues, obviously represented Russia to leave who is issued statements in the past ingesting that all advocates of Israel in the United States are guilty of dual loyalties. She tweeted out when will the world stopped humor. Our Palestinian people who just want to be free headlines like this in framing it in this way. She's talking about a New York Times headline pointing out that Israel was responding to rocketfire headlines like this in framing it in this way, just feeds into the continual lack of responsibility on Israel who unjustly oppress target Palestinian children and families hashtag free Palestine that was Representative tallied Ilhan, Omar, something similar. She tweeted out. How many more protesters must be shot? Rockets must be fired at little kids. Must be killed until the endless cycle of violence. Ends the status quo of occupation. And humanitarian crisis in Gaza is unsustainable. Only real Justice can bring about security and lasting peace representatives. Elton. What exactly should congress be doing? With regard to representatives to leave and Omar obviously, the Democrats refused to condemn them for their anti-semitism. Omar continues to sit on the house foreign affairs committee, the same committee upon what you said. Exactly. And instead of empowering our leading embracing Representative Lamar by placing her on the house foreign affairs committee. They there was such a better option for them to pursue with regards to an fronting identifying and crushing rhetoric policy positions than they would be articulating publicly on in their value base that they would be rejecting it. And it historically this element of the Democratic Party. That knows better. And is saying something about it that used to be the Democratic Party now that's becoming a smaller and smaller fraction of the Democratic Party. And if I wanted to raise everyone's taxes, and I went to the House Republicans steering committee, and I asked him to put me on the House Ways and means do it. They would last me kick me out of the room. So I would say appointment to this committee is not just a reflection of Representative Omar's. Values the values of the democratic steering committee for putting her there. I believe that all members of congress have a duty to be outspoken and identifying and crushing of anti-semitism to oppose the BBS movement up to in this case, be an honest broker, even if you wanna be a neutral arbiter we've strongly net that's fine. But you can also be honest and doing it Representative to lead as she continues to engage in these in his commentary. She has nothing to say about pay to play with the Palestinians financially rewards hers for murdering innocent Americans. There's Railly's to your first point about doom oil on election night Rafter self in the Palestinian flag. If you put out that tweet from yesterday, she's talking about our Palestinian people, and she will criticize us for do oil tea for warning a stronger relationship to the United States and Israel. And meanwhile, here she is talking about our Palestinian people, wrapping yourself in that Palestinian. Ian flag, and there's a ton of ironing hypocrisy in the way that she's approached all these issues now represented sells an hour shift topics for a moment and talk about what's going on in Venezuela. So you're on the house foreign affairs committee. What is the latest from Venezuela where it seems like a certain level of stagnation has set in obviously last week one Fido who is the leader of the opposition effectively attempted to take power and was stymied in that attempt by nNcholas Maduro, the Russians and the Cubans. What is the latest from Venezuela? I think that's an accurate read there, and it really ties into that. Last point so run house spot affairs committee. We're talking about individuals who are propping up Madero undercutting US foreign policy blaming American foreign policy for what's going on in Venezuela. And if the consequence of socialism out working it's a consequence of a of a dictator who does not care about the oppression of suffering of his own people, the United States and many other countries around the world recognize one Guido constitutionally in their country. He is their interim president we we want him to be successful. But most importantly, the Venezuelan people not to have to suffer to have a duly elected leadership to have pieces to -bility and freedom. But unfortunately, we have some in congress who are working to undercut that and actually propping up door on the process as far as what's happening on the ground. I think you are seeing stagnation as a result of a a rich. Fifty move being made last week that has not led to one does ascendancy to actually having a full power Madora still maintains that control that one quite I was going after four at going after last week. I think it's good that secretary Pompeii oh was in Finland to talk to Russian counterparts because they're meddling as we see in other parts of the world once again here in Venezuela. It's very dangerous. So it's tough to predict exactly what's going to happen next. But it's it's going to require. Why don't for the Venezuelan people to be successful taking back their country that country is not going to recover under Madore represented Zeldin. What are the possibilities that you see of military action in Venezuela? A lot of folks who actually just saying that America ought to be completely uninvolved south of the border. Are also pointing to the idea that America is is in the midst of preparing for military action in Venezuela number ones. You see that as a possibility number two. What do you think are the realistic percentage chances that that's something? We get involved in. I'm so happy framed that question exactly as you did. So I believe in the foreign students of national power that time principled diplomacy information military economic if you want bilateral multilateral diplomacy to be as effective as as possible. If you want ecconomic pressure to be as effective as possible having a real military option on the table helps the other instruments of national power become more effective when the m when the military option is real. So I do believe that it should be on the table. I also believe that it should be by four the last possible option that's on the table. I don't want to have to see anyone other than why don't that as well. People to control their destiny and be able to do this without military intervention from anyone abroad. I however there is a possibility that that as the weeks and the months go ahead that there may need to be some type of help from the outside. That's why the operation the option should. Stay on the table and be real. But as far as percentage, I'd still say it remains very slim at this point. You don't wanna have to do it? We also understand it's not in in the Venezuelan people's best interest for us to do it for them. If they're able to do to to be successful than effort like what we saw last week if they can do something like that maybe with a little bit more assistance. But if there's successful that's the best option as opposed anywhere else. Do it for the represent himself and thanks so much for joining the show. Really? Appreciate the updates on a wide variety of matters. Keep fighting out there. I know it's difficult to be in the minority when you have a majority party that is intent on apparently, providing some sort of Aden comforts as some of the world's worst people. I appreciate the hard work. They are doing Representative Lee Zeldin of New York's versus right, thanks for your time, sir. Thank you for your spent in just a second. 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"west mexico" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"This product is not intended to treat cure or prevent any disease. In a speech before a union conference in Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden joked about having permission to touch people. It was his first public appearance since several women alleged. He made them uncomfortable. In public counters after the speech, Biden said he hadn't intended to make light of anyone's discomfort with those jokes. Come on everybody else to make sure that if embraced. Touch someone with their consent. President Trump will be collect Seco California this afternoon to push for border wall funding, the president had threatened to close the west Mexico border this week before leaving Washington. He said he's giving Mexico a year to stop the flow of migrants, very important that congress act. Next for the last four days. It's never happened. Like that. In thirty five years. The Dow is twenty points higher right now. I'm Evan Haning. Okay. Bills. Now back to rush. Hailing from the great state of Minnesota whose democratic congressional delegation makes Nancy Pelosi looked moderates. I am former congressman Jason Lewis. Glad to be filling in for Rush Limbaugh. Once again, a real pleasure. Always a treat to be with us nervously and Mike and the gang doing yeoman's work as always as we carry on here at one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two in.

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"west mexico" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"College hoops and Duke in search of its twenty-first ACC conference tournament title out of thirteen to shoot as we approach two minutes to play. It's Jones driving inside rising off it. Jones as it nearly every significant basket here in the second half with two minutes to go. David Shumate and John Roth from learfield. IMG college trade Jones finished with eighteen points. RJ Barrett added nineteen and tournament MVP Zion. Williamson led the way with twenty one as the blue devils knock off Florida state, seventy three sixty three Iowa State role to the big twelve conference tournament title that after a seventy eight sixty six win over Kansas Linda Wiggins and led the way with seventeen points while Marielle Shaq fifteen make it three straight biggies titles for Villanova. Wildcats slip passing hall, seventy four seventy two in the big ten semi's. Michigan overwhelmed. Minnesota seventy six forty nine. The wolverines will take on top seed Michigan state in the finals Spartans knocked off. Wisconsin sixty seven fifty five thanks to twenty one points and six assists. From caches Winston the SEC title game will pit Auburn against Tennessee. Tigers hedge Florida's sixty five sixty two while the rally past Kentucky eighty to seventy eight in the AFC semi's Cincinnati speak by Wichita. Eight sixty six sixty three Houston slipped past Memphis, sixty one fifty eight buffalo when the MAC title for the second straight year that after an eighty seven seventy three win over bowling green. Among the other automatic going out on Saturday. It was Oregon taking the Pac twelve title Montana punched its ticket to the big dance by winning the Big Sky. UC Irvine won the big west Mexico state captured the wacko Old Dominion conference. USA champ. Abilene Christian won the Southland North Carolina. Central took home the Utah state won the mountain west purview, an the swag. And Vermont's headed back to the tournament after winning the America east on the NBA scoreboard. The nuggets edge the Pacers one zero to one hundred warriors cruise past the thunder one ten eighty eight chance top the nets won fourteen ninety eight Spurs won their eighth in a row. One zero eight one three of the blazers wizards stumped the grizzlies one thirty five one twenty eight the Mavericks down the Cavaliers one twenty one one sixteen the sunsets..

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"west mexico" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And then a question I can't help. But think Dr lamb that the Phoenix lights did not take place over Minnesota or Mississippi. They took place over the nuclear south, west, Mexico, Texas, Arizona, southern Nevada, southern California, and I can't help but think that in the nineteen nineties the Russian federation and the United States had several near nuclear launch incidence that have been documented by two researchers Seymour Hersh and the other research researcher is Peter pry good and Peter pry wrote a book called war scare documenting the news. Nuclear launches that happened in the nineteen nineties. So I guess my question is is there a connection between the possibility that nuclear war, which was suppressed. In the nineteen nineties all of these nuclear incidents that Seymour Hersh. Peter pry wrote about that that was suppressed and then the Phoenix lights was suppressed, and I can't help. But thanks that. There's a connection between the Phoenix lights happening over the nuclear infrastructure of the south west. That's that's a really good question. Actually because these orbs had been seen quite often. And we're we're talking you just said it's been seen worldwide. The same nominal has been seen worldwide for centuries. Okay. And we're talking and and primitive times during World War, Two call them, foo fighters, each thought the other side has this advanced technology, and it wasn't until after the war that each side, Japan and Germany, and I just say it's found out that nobody had this technology is well as in Belgium, and they're really a model for what happened there because they joined forces with civilians and university, and as well as scientists to try to investigate these phenomenon, of course, you and all over the world and just a month before they had the same exact phenomenon including the orbs and the craft same crap if you look at the gap page judge use facial animation project one of the craft their blew me away. Because. The civilian had taken video of the same exact crafts different craft in Saint Petersburg one month before armez, citing. So they're worldwide. So that that that has to be established. But it's not just in the south west. But there have been many reports of these orbs showing up around nuclear bases around nuclear facilities here in Arizona as well. As of course, we know thirty years before are misleading. There was actually an incident in Montana with Robert Saleh's at at a a nuclear silo where these phenomenon we're seeing so they do have some interest. So it's interesting you brought up that that that question. But you know, this really phenomenon that happened on March thirteenth, and again, it was happening for weeks before and obviously years before because in the pictures, if you go to the pictures that I took nine. Ninety five the same. Exact phenomena isn't the same exact location in the distance as two months before the mad citing enduring a messaging, so they're they've been around for a while. So and they are worldwide. So I don't know as far as the connection to the nuclear facilities. If there's, you know as far as the mass citing goes, I don't know that that was was the reason that it took place or or had a connection there. But there is a connection with these orbs because they've been documented for decades over a nuclear facilities. There is some kind of connection there Lynn, we're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls. Lynn's website. The Phoenix lights dot net. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter today at coast to coast AM dot com..

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"west mexico" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But think Dr lamb that's a Phoenix flights did not take place over Minnesota for main or Mississippi took place over the nuclear south, west, Mexico, Texas, Arizona, southern Nevada, southern California, and I can't help but think that in the nineteen nineties the Russian federation and the United States had several near nuclear launch. Yes, sedans that have been documented by two researchers Seymour Hersh. And the other research researcher and saw Peter pry good and Peter pry wrote a book called war scare documenting the near nuclear launches that happened in the nineteen nineties. So I guess my question is. Is there a connection between the possibility that nuclear war, which was press in the nineteen nineties all of these nuclear incidents that Seymour Hersh? Peter pry wrote about that that was suppressed and then the Phoenix lights was suppressed, and I can't help. But thanks that. There's a connection between the Phoenix life happening over the nuclear infrastructure of the south west. That's that's a really good question. Actually because these orbs have been seen quite often. And we're we're talking just said it's been seen worldwide. The same has been seen worldwide for centuries. Okay. And we're talking. In primitive times during World War Two. They call them through fighters each other side had this advanced technology, and it wasn't until after the war that each side, Japan, and Germany, and I say that nobody had this technology as well as in Belgium, and they're really a model for what happened there because they joined forces with civilians and university, and as well as scientists to try to investigate these Sonam, and of course, you k and all over the world and just a month before they had the same exact phenomenon including the orbs any craft same craft. If you look at the gap page judges facial animation project one of the craft there blew me away because it's billion had taken video of the same exact crafts different crafts in Saint Petersburg one month before signing, so they're worldwide. So that that that has to be established. But it's not just in the south west. But there have been many reports of these. Or showing up around nuclear bases around nuclear facilities here in Arizona as well. As of course, we know thirty years before our siting there was actually an incident in Montana with Robert Saleh's at at a. Nuclear silo where these phenomenon we're seeing. So they do have some interest. So interesting you brought up that that that question. But you know, this really phenomenon that happened on March thirteenth, and again, it was happening for weeks before and obviously years before because in the picture is if you go to the pictures that I took in ninety five the same exact phenomenon isn't the same exact location in the distance as two months before the math fighting and during a mess. So there they've been around for a while. So and they are worldwide. So I don't know as far as the connection to the nuclear facilities. If there's, you know as far as the mass citing goes, I don't know that that was was the reason that it's a place or or had a connection there. But there is a connection with these orbs because they've been documented for decades over nuclear facilities. There is some kind of connection there Lynn, we're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls. Lind's website. The Phoenix lights dot net linked.

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"west mexico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But think Dr lamb that the Phoenix lights did not take place over Minnesota for main or Mississippi. They took place over the nuclear south, west, Mexico, Texas, Arizona, southern Nevada, southern California, and I can't help but think that in the nineteen nineties the Russian federation and the United States had several near nuclear launch incidence that have been documented by two researchers Seymour Hersh and the other research researcher is Peter pry good. And Peter pry wrote a book called war scare documenting the near nuclear launches that happened in the nineteen nineties. So I guess my question is. Yes, there a connection between the possibility that nuclear war, which was suppressed in the nineteen nineties all of these nuclear incidents that Seymour Hersh either pry wrote about that that was suppressed and then the Phoenix lights was suppressed, and I can't help. But thanks that. There's a connection between the Phoenix lights happening over the nuclear infrastructure. The south west. That's a really good question. Actually because these orbs have been seen quite often. And we're we're talking you just said. It's been seen worldwide. The same nominal has been seen worldwide for centuries. Okay. And we're talking. And and primitive times during World War Two. They called them foo fighters, each the other side has Vance technology, and it wasn't until after the war that each side. Yeah. Japan and Germany, and I just say found out that nobody had this technology as well as in Belgium, and they're really a model for what happened there because they joined forces with civilians and university, and as well as scientists to try to investigate these phenomena, and of course, UK and all over the world and just a month before ours, but they had the same exact phenomenon including the orbs and the craft same craft. If you look at the gap page jets use facial animation project one of the craft their blew me away because it's a billion had taken video of the same exact crafts different craft in Saint Petersburg one month before our citing. So they're worldwide. So that that that has to be, but it's not just in the south west. But there have been many reports of these. Or showing up around nuclear bases around nuclear facilities here in Arizona as well. As of course, we know thirty years before our mess. There was actually an incident in Montana with Robert Saleh's at at a a nuclear silo where these phenomenon were were seen. So they do have some interest. So it's interesting you brought up that that that question. But you know, this really that's phenomenal that happened on March thirteenth, and again, it was happening for weeks before and obviously years before because in the pictures, if you go to the pictures that I took in ninety five the same exact phenomenon isn't the same exact location in the distance as two months before the math, citing enduring sitting. So there they've been around for a while. So and they are worldwide. So I don't know as far as the connection. To the nuclear facilities. If there's, you know as far as the mass sighting goes, I don't know that that was was the reason that it's a place or or had a connection there. But there is a connection with these orbs because they've been documented for decades over nuclear facilities. There is some kind of connection there Lynn, we're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls. Lind's website. The Phoenix lights dot net linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter today at coast to coast AM dot com. The most powerful names and talk.

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"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. It's really common. Thanks conor. It's six oh four as we continue. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is not for the impeachment of President Trump speaking yesterday on Capitol Hill, the California Democrat said she does not think congress should go down that path. President Bush the Iraq war. Divides the country unless there's some conclusive evidence that takes that. She said impeachment is justifiable when there's something so compelling and overwhelmingly bipartisan the Federal Aviation Administration is working to reassure air carriers around the world that the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight is air worthy after Sunday's deadly crash in Ethiopia was the second crash of the max eight in less than six months and has prompted some countries and airlines to ground the aircraft over safety concerns. We saw a lot of passengers on Monday, basically, asking their airlines. Hey, I'm booked on a flight is it a seven three seven max. And the airlines might say yes might say no southwest is said they'd had some calls, and they offer refunds if people want to move to a different flight, and that's a possibility. American Airlines flight attendants have been told by their union. Listen, if you're afraid of this plane, you don't have to fly on it. That's part of the rules that they operate under at his ABC's David curly. We're gonna be talking to inform NTSB investigator about the crash about the plane itself. Come up here at six forty on. Colorado's morning news. A Lakewood man is dead following a frightening episode. Sowed where he fired shots in his neighborhood, forcing a lockout at three schools primary multiple nine one one calls of shots fired an area, the sixty four hundred block of west Mexico avenue. When agents.

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"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio time is two. Oh, two. An I stay today. A big chain Wednesday CBS four meteorologist Lauren Whitney says a system coming from the southwest will start with rain tonight into Wednesday morning, then turn to a full-fledged snowstorm with a blizzard warning in place for parts of the eastern plains as of noon Wednesday what he says that area could see six to twelve inches of snow and winds up to sixty five miles per hour. We'll be pretty tough to measure the snow because we could see massive snowdrifts with that amount of snow and win five to nine inches for the front range area. Maybe a little bit less to the southwestern part of Denver and then maybe eight to eighteen inches for areas like ESTES park with. He says winds along the front range upwards of fifty miles per hour. A Lakewood man is dead following a frightening episode where he fired shots in his neighborhood, forcing a lockout at three schools. Lakewood police department received multiple nine one one calls of shots fired an area the sixty four hundred block of west Mexico avenue. When agents are I've seen they did report active and continuous shots being fired in the area, which triggered a large. Police response from us as well as the Denver place department swat team agent Paula school says no one was targeted. Fifty one year old Anthony Leeman Toya reportedly died from injuries sustained as he tried to flee the scene in a truck. He fired at police who returned fire. He crashed his truck through a neighborhood fence Adams county DA Dave young says he's never seen a fifteen year old commit such a violent act. A Selmer has been sentenced to life in prison for the June two thousand seventeen murder of Kaya Campbell and Thornton Zellner was charged as an adult for beating Campbell to death with a metal pipe. He pleaded guilty to get a life sentence with the possibility of parole after forty years in prison to free agent moves Monday by the Broncos Denver coming to an agreement with former Texans defensive back Kareem Jackson the deal reportedly thirty-three million dollars over three years. Denver also, adding offensive tackle John James, the former dolphin. We'll get fifty two million for four years. Our next update at two thirty. I'm Pat, mama solely on KOA. Newsradio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They were hopping trains a lot of this stuff is new now. KOA NewsRadio time is twelve thirty. Lakewood police have a man in custody after shots were fired forcing a lockout at three primary. See multiple nine one one calls of shots fired an area, the sixty four hundred block of west Mexico avenue. When agents arrived on scene, they did report active and continuous shots being fired in the area, which triggered a large place response from us as well as the Denver police department swat team agent, Paul Osco says no one was targeted. But this neighbor says the man's truck. Rammed through her yard through garden and through my fans my wooden fence and then through the back chain link fence into his yard, the suspect who was shooting has been taken to the hospital with unknown. Injuries. Jeffco school district says schools went on lockout at Lasley elementary, Alameda, international and great work. Montessori? Police say all the children are safe. Milwaukee will be hosting the democratic national convention next year. Wisconsin is a key. Battleground state that Donald Trump one in twenty-six teen Republicans will gather in Charlotte North Carolina for their convention. President Trump's twenty twenty budget request has been sent to congress, and it's expected to spark a showdown with Democrats on. Capitol hill. It's called a budget for a better America, and it seats eight point six billion dollars in border wall money. In addition to the funds, President Trump is seeking through a national emergency declaration GOP Representative Andy Biggs says the declaration is not enough to address the situation on the southern border telling Fox News enough mill seized to kill between seventy and eighty million Americans in Arizona, alone, democratically. There's on the hill warning of another government shutdown over the budget blueprint which also calls for two point seven trillion dollars in nondefense spending cuts over the next ten years in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Our next update is at one o'clock. I'm Susan Witkin, KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM at ninety four one FM. Fully.

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"west mexico" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:37 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is news ninety six point five WDBO have thought too many lawyers who believe the president has this power. I totally support this. If congress does not work with him because it is a national emergency. It's a manufactured cover up Ed by the Democrats at this is when we apprehended five hundred thousand people in the quarter last year, we get one out of every five so another two million came and plus the plus the violence this is a national Merck. Sergio saying that that was Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick of Texas, and he believes that this has been emergency. I've talked to me before we got this job. He said my goodness. It is still wild west out in Texas. We need some attention there. And congress has never gotten anything done. This president's determined to do this. Now, it's not a simple issue. Geraldo Rivera is going to be joining us in a different hour on this show. He's down there. And he said, listen, it's a lot of people do not want. This a wall defense. They want to be left alone. They don't see as a problem but most feel differently. Let Sergio Sanchez now. He's with news talk seven ten K U R V serving. The Rio Grande valley was at the press event yesterday. Hey sergio. Hey, good morning, but happy new year to you. So Sergio how close are you to the border right on the border, man? It's mcallen, Texas or I was born I grew up. Also, some Mexico's across the Rio Grande river from us as ten miles south of us. That's where I grew up as as a boy as well. It's right here. It's right on the border, and I wanna say kudos. I wanna love on Dan, Patrick. That's the first I heard that quote from Dan, Patrick or Lieutenant governor in Texas. It was called up starting gaveling the start of the the Senate legislative session this week. He was called up to Washington to be with the president come down here to meet with everybody in mccown manufactured cover up. I love it. I love those words manufactured cover. You gotta own the message. I if I could just go back a little bit Brian as far as being the wild wild west around here. It's not man. This is America mcallen, Texas, Brownsville, Texas, where Elon Musk is gonna launch rockets into space. You're pretty soon by midsummer. This is America Laredo, mcallen. Border though. Try to save up to it on the US side say because it's America. It's the land of nine one one, and we got law enforcement rule law south of the border is a different story pal right here in Mexico. I haven't gone there like an eight years, but I got two little boys. I can't take them down there to show them where I grew up as a boy little Catholic school that I went through because of all the drug violence and the cartel. Just last fight. He just a week ago today, there's a huge firefight. I don't know how many individuals got shot in gangsters Mexican military have to get involved. You know, talk about militarising the Mexicans militarized support. They got the military south of the border trying to keep the peace trying to come to grips with the situation. The wild wild west Mexico, just south of the border right here, south of the risk. Do you have in terms of a barrier? What do you have do? You have slats. Do you have open land? Do you have fence? We have some some some some steel slack some fencing. That's what we have. And that was approved by Democrats and Republicans under the Bush administration helped how did it affect? How did it affect? It helps it helps because border patrol tells me it helps and local board of do. So we talked to all the time big ask for it was position was placed for they asked that it be placed so that it could funnel traffic and a certain direction. And we need a heck of a lot more of that and more boots on the ground and more equipment. It's part of the solution. And we need that wall because border patrol says we need that wall and up in DC. They're they're not listening to what border till has to say. Well, what was it like yesterday because there were protesters saying don't build a wall, and there are landowners who say not on my property, right? Yeah. I. On the protesters. It's just it's clownish is the first thing that comes into my mind. It's ridiculous. They got these. Mexican flags with rainbows on it and profanity vulgarity and Spanish and English is. Clownish was ridiculous. But they always show up whether it's Trump showing a peer or or governor taxes when he shows up. It's the same crew is it's the same crowd, and sometimes even bus people down from Austin weird awesome. Sometimes they they bus people down here to Austin, very liberal area. Numbers. So I don't pay attention. I expect them, you know, let them do. They got their American right to do that. Let them do that peacefully and assemble and do that over there as far as the landowners, some landowners down here. Some have a problem. I guess all landowners would right when the government comes in and says, we need your land. We would all have a problem with that. And and I can see the argument as far as having to surrender some land. Because the wall any new wall segment is not going to be constructed. Our side of the border. It's okay. And part of the reason is because there is some barrier there Steny Hoyer among the leadership on the damn second. Highest ranking guy in the house twenty-five, we don't believe this is a national emergency. We think the president will not be sustained by the courts. This is a challenge. There's no doubt about that. It's a challenge we ought to be working together to make the borders secure. But it's not a national emergency anymore was a national emergency during the campaign when the president said, we're we're being invaded by this large group of people that was marching up from the south. We were and they don't resent there is because they stopped him in Tijuana and more coming I want you to Jim Acosta said he was doing a stand up to try to make the president look bad. I've never seen something so embarrassing intone deputy sitting in front of steel slats here. And here's what he did. Let's let's listen to Jim Acosta. There are some of the steel slaps of the president's been talking about right here as you can see. Yes, you can't see through these slats to the other side of the US PepsiCo border. But as we're walking along here, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger. There are no migrants trying to rush toward this fence. And he does he series of up does he understand? He's just making the president's case. There's nobody there because there's a wall there, Jim that's what we we lovingly referred to Jim down. Here is Jim fake Kosta. You know, he needs to listen to what President Obama said during the first children in.

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"west mexico" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This is a national emergency. I'm not a lawyer. But I also have talked to many lawyers who believe the president has this power. I totally support this. If congress does not work with him because it is a national emergency. It's a manufactured cover up Ed by the Democrats at this is when we apprehend at five hundred thousand people on the border last year, we get one out of every five so another two million came in plus the drug, plus the violets this is a national that was Sergio said that that was Lieutenant governor Dan, Patrick of Texas, and he believes that this has been emergency. I've talked to me before we got this job. He said my goodness. It is still wild west out in Texas. We need some attention there. And congress has never got anything done. This president's determined to do this. Now, it's not a simple issue or all the Rivero is going to be joining us in a different hour on this show. He's down there. He said, listen, it's a lot of people do not want this a wall the fence they want to be left alone. They don't see as a problem, but most feel differently Sergio Sanchez now, he's with news talk seven ten K U R V serving the Rio Grande valley was at the press event yesterday. Hey, Sergio good morning, but happy new year to you so Sergio how close are you to the border right on the border, man? It's mcallen, Texas, or I was born also Mexico Mexico's across the Rio Grande river from us as ten miles south of us. That's where I grew up as as a boy as well. It's right here. It's right on the border. And I I wanna say kudos. I wanna love on Dan, Patrick. That's the first I heard that quote from Dan, Patrick or Lieutenant governor in Texas who was called up starting gaveling the start of the of the Senate legislative session this week. He was called up to Washington to be with the president come down here to to me with everybody and mccown manufactured cover up. I love it. I love those were manufactured cover. You gotta own the message if I could just go back a little bit Brian as far as being the wild wild west around here. It's not man. This is America mcallen, Texas browser. Taxes were Elon Musk is gonna launch rockets into space. You're pretty soon by midsummer. This is America Laredo, mcallen. The border though. On the US. I'd say because it's America. It's the land of nine one one, and we got law enforcement and rule law south of the border is a different story pal right here in Mexico. I haven't gone eight years, but I got two little boys. I can't take them down there to show them where I grew up as a boy little Catholic school that I went to because of all the drug violence and the cartel. Just last five just a week ago today, there's a huge firefight. I don't know how many individuals got shot in gangsters Mexican military have to get involved. You know, talk about militarising, the board of the Mexicans militarized. The they got the military south of the border trying to keep the peace. Right. Trying to come to grips with the situation. The wild wild west Mexico, just south of the board right here. South of the river. Do you have in terms of a barrier? What do you have do? You have slats. Do you have open land? Do you have fence? We have some some slats some some steel slap some fencing. That's what we have. And that was approved by Democrats and Republicans under the Bush administration helped how did it affect? How did it affect? It helps because border patrol tells me at home and local board of dude. So we talked to all the time. Big Ashworth position was playing for they asked that it be placed. So that they could they could funnel traffic in a certain direction. And we need a heck of a lot more of that and more boots on the ground and more equipment. It's part of the solution. And we need that wall because border patrol says we need that wall and up in DC. They're they're not listening to what border till has to say. Well, what was it like yesterday because there were protesters saying don't build a wall, and there are landowners who say not on my property, right? Yeah. I on the protesters. It's just clownish is the first thing that comes to my mind is ridiculous. They got these. Mexican flags with rain moves on it and profanity vulgarity and Spanish and English is it's clownish. It was ridiculous. But they always show up whether it's Trump showing appear or or governor taxes when he shows up. It's the same crew is it's the same crowd and sometimes even bus people down from Austin weird. Awesome. Do they they bus people down here to Austin liberal area? Numbers. So I don't pay attention. I expect them, you know, let them do. They got their American right to let them do that peacefully, and assemble and do that over there as far as the landowners some land owners down here. Some have a problem. Well, I guess all landowners would right when the government comes in and says, we need your land. We would all have a problem with that. And and I can see the argument as far as having to surrender some land. Because the wall any new wall segment is not going to be constructed. Our side of the border. It's okay. And part of the reason is because there is some barrier there Steny Hoyer among the leadership on the DEM second. Highest ranking guy in the house cut twenty five. We don't believe this is a national emergency. We think the president will not be sustained by the courts. This is a challenge. There's no doubt about that. It's a challenge we ought to be working together to make the borders secure, but it's not a national emergency anymore. There was a national emergency during the campaign when the president said we were being invaded by this large group of people that was marching up from the south. We were. And they don't resent there is because they stopped him in Tijuana and more coming. I want you to cost to you Mukasa said he was doing a stand up to try to make the president look bad. I've never seen something so embarrassing and tone-deaf he's sitting in front of steel slats. And here's what he did. Let's listen to Jim Acosta there are some of the steel slots of the president's been talking about right here as you can see. Yes, you can't see through these slots to the other side of the US border of it as we're walking along here. We're not seeing any kind of imminent danger. There are no migrants trying to rush toward this fence. And he does he series of standup. Does he understand? He's just making the president's case. There's nobody there because there's a wall there, Jim that's what we we lovingly referred to Jim down. Here is Jim fake Kosta. You know, he needs to listen to what President Obama said during the first.

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"west mexico" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"west mexico" Discussed on KGO 810

"We are starting our seventeenth year. Doing coast-to-coast downland created by of course, the late art bell seventeen years. Thank you to my staff, by the way to keeping this show going. Here's what's happened. Well, the new year brought continued tensions along the west Mexico border as US authorities fired tear gas at migrants from the Central American caravan that has gathered there authorities fired the gas into Mexico to keep roughly one hundred and fifty migrants from breaching the border fence near Tijuana. The nuclear armed North Korea wants good relations with the US, but could consider a change of approach. They say if Washington maintains its sanctions leader, Kim Jon warned in his New Year's speech that after twelve months a diplomatic reproach mint. It's time for things to start shaping up while the country could be in for another challenging flu season. There are already eleven pediatric deaths associated with the flu and hospital rates among very young children are high according to the CDC, let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour, our expert on pandemics, Gary, what do you think of this is it to hyper is a very serious. Well, it's a little bit of a high bomb. The number of children died per you're below the age of eighteen is like twelve thousand. So it's a little scary. When you I mean, they try to tell you that there's a hundred or two hundred nine the flu season. Season is here. It's starting to increase in numbers. But not like it did last year. And there's a thing called of flu virus activity report that comes out now. And first thing they said was people seeing a doctor was close to the baseline of last year, which is say what what baseline. And then they went h one n was the most common bug out there. And it's genetically similar to the vaccines are out there, which is good. But people don't remember and have to remember is that the vaccine only makes you not as sick as you should be. It doesn't make you bulletproof. Nothing. Really does. If you're a parent, though, Gary what would you do you don't want your child to come down with the flu? What do you do? I take the chances in in in and give the child to shop. And you know, I've been antibac- seen kind of like on this show quite a bit. Yes, you have please. Don't listen in get your back sans. All right. Why the change your heart? Barbie. Why why the change your heart for you? Well, it's I, you know, you've got to get the vaccine because you know, it last year has worked was only forty percent affect of that's better than zero percent effective. So you should get the vaccine one of the claims outdoors at eighty thousand died last year. So I dug around and found out that they approximated that number by reviewing death certificates. They were not autopsy anything done and their last three week average for specimens taken showed that the rate was four point one nine to nineteen percent. The question is a what nineteen percent of ten thousand nine hundred ninety percent of ten it's a statistical swamp right now. But you know, even if it's sixty percent affective, you should go. Go ahead and get it. But it's like I said this are all over the place. You've got to Gary thank you so much. Enjoy the new year. I'm sure we'll be talking with you. Netflix has confirmed that it removed an episode of a comedy show that criticizes Saudi Arabia after officials in the kingdom. Complain. The move raises new questions about the limits of free online expression in the episode of what it's called Patriot Act the American born Muslim his name is Han min Hawes lashed Saudi Arabia after the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi in the Saudi consulate in his STAN bull Turkey, by the way tonight. I had a chance to watch the net flicks movie bird box with Sandra Bullock. She did a great job, by the way. But the movie I panic I just I didn't like it just didn't seem to have a plot to me. It was just a lot of Gordon action. I've seen much better movies to be sure. But sandra. Bullock, did a great job acting in NASA's new horizons spacecraft has made a trek to the far reaches of our solar system. Zooming past the icy ultimately at thirty two thousand miles an hour in the early hours of New Year's day. They've been sending back some pictures. Let's check in with space historian Robert Zimmerman on this. Well, what do you think of this one, Bob? I you know, it the the most the thing about this is that everything worked it was real risk flying by this object that could have been even a tiny object the size of piece of rice could have destroyed it. So the the news today was survived and is functioning and is sending back data. We have yet to get the best images. They're going to be coming down. Starting tomorrow the images they have shown us have revealed a really long in a long gated bowling, Ben is the term they use. And it's rotating like we're looking. At the appello plane directly on us. So it's so it's like swinging around and we're looking down at it. Which is why it hasn't varied in in in in brightness. This is a strange object and its alien we this object formed out in the outer part adult say alien on this show, Robert. Oh, wow. This is Haley in in terms of its stranger than it's going to be strange than any other object. We looked at exit formed in such a low gravity environment with not a lot of objects around it. How do you put together is a real question? And they still don't even know it looks kind of like I said like a bowling pin? Well, it could be two separate objects or could be two objects kind of stuck together. And they don't know that yet, and we will probably find that out tomorrow. I'll be posting images of behind the black tomorrow as they come down. And it's I just cannot wait super thanks Robert always good to talk with you Robert Zimmerman's space historian up next week began our astrologers and psychics New Year's prediction show. Our first special guest is psychic Joseph Jacobs. Now back in January of two thousand eighteen Joseph was on with me, and the he's are some of the things that he said he said around may of two thousand eighteen it'll be a rough month. He cited as far as flooding and weather concern. Earns worldwide he said, January twenty ninth through March twenty second could be a difficult period for the US regarding weather or health related issues between Feb twenty third and April sixteenth, President Trump and vice president Pence will face legal issues. The stock market looks volatile. He said between Feb second March twenty six could have problems between July eighth and August twenty ninth. And then later in the fall he hit that one right on the head up next more of psychic Joseph Jacobs. Talk of what he sees in two thousand nineteen next on coast to coast.

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