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Another School Closes Due To COVID-19 Concerns in Greater Atlanta area of Cherokee County

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Another School Closes Due To COVID-19 Concerns in Greater Atlanta area of Cherokee County

"Champollion in Cherokee County, Georgia, A second high school closed today due to high covert cases, 1100 students and staff in quarantine. 200 quarantined at schools in Muncie, Indiana, packed always on the first day at a school in Evansville, Tennessee, and about 800 students showing up for in person Learning at Westminster Academy in

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Second Georgia school closed for weeks as quarantines grow

WBBM Evening News

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Second Georgia school closed for weeks as quarantines grow

"In Cherokee County, Georgia, A second high school closed today due to high covert cases, 1100 students and staff in quarantine. 200 quarantined at schools in Muncie, Indiana, packed always on the first day of school in Evansville, Tennessee, and about 800 students showing up for in person Learning at Westminster Academy in Fort

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Traveling To London

Travel with Rick Steves

03:20 min | Last week

Traveling To London

"If you're planning a trip to Europe, you may have noticed that a lot of flights in the United States connect through London through. Heathrow airport, and sometimes you're left with an awfully long layover instead of wasting hours hanging out at the airport. Why not head into Lemon for the day we've invited. London guides, Steven Beck and Debra to join us and share their tips about getting into the city to make a damn it, and then getting back to the airport in time for your flight. Stephen, Deborah. Thanks for joining us here in our studio. So. Is it realistic to have a long layover? Let's see. You got a eight hour layover in Heathrow Deborah. Is it realistic to actually check your bag and go into town? Very easy. It's fifty minutes on the P- me underground. To get into central London and it's soon. You've got the the express. Heathrow express goes into. Paddington. Depending. And from there you've got the time outs, fifteen minutes, every fifteen minutes. So four times in our and you're downtown and less than half an hour. And, and when you can go into town, you can go out back the same way and just as reliable convenient. Yes. So Stephen most people would go through Heathrow, but it's also conceivable. You could land in Gatwick, London's second airport and yet because a good connection into London, a similar thing, the Gabrielle Express and that heads into Victoria in some ways if it depends where you want to be in London, but if you wanted to go to Buckingham Palace or Westminster that's even closer. So it takes thirty minutes. Okay. On the fast train and Deborah. No, we were discussing about leaving luggage. And building some time for perhaps maybe a delay. But you know an hour and a half, maybe a couple of hours. If it's got workings, if you allow that on either side and you've got eight hours. Yeah, you could afford in. London. When when you are going back to the airport as an American, especially, you should give a little extra time. I. Know The from the Airports in Europe, you have to go through security hoops to fly to the United States. Yes. Yes. You have to allow time also to get into, there's Gatwick Express but southern rail. One of the other train companies, they run a service into Victoria, which is about every thirty minutes. It's a lot cheaper than the guy he expressing takes about the same time. Okay. So there are ways to get quickly efficiently and economically into London a lot of people are stressed out by Heathrow because it is five terminals I. think generally when you go to and from the United States, use terminal five, is that right? Depending on the airline? Terminal to terminal five or. Four. Okay. So I've been trying from seminal three with virgin in Delta. Okay. If you're flying in and out of different terminals, how tough is it to connect the terminal? It's very easy. Follow the signs. It's really well signposted what about the practicality of your bags if you have a chance to check your bags through, that's the best thing. But if you're picking up your bag, is there a way to lock it up or do you check it onto the flight You can't even check on that early to a flat out. I, don't think they have those baggage storage facilities Bernardo. We're thinking about this and talk about this. Heathrow, at sint pancras up Paddington. South. At. The airport. Don't take it into town. Yes. Yes. Yes. You can pre book as well. Online. You can pre book to leave your luggage. Should save time good tip

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Police: 6-year-old girl shot in chest in West Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | Last week

Police: 6-year-old girl shot in chest in West Philadelphia

"West Philadelphia. Police say the child is in stable condition after being shot once in the chest. It all happened Wednesday evening, A little before 9 30 It happened on 42nd Street near Westminster in the city's Belmont section. During some sort of gathering. Police commissioner Danielle Out. Ball says they need information to try and figure out just who did this. At this point. We need anybody with knowledge of what happened here too. Not only come forward and let us know To be as descriptive as possible to help us put the people or person responsible for this behind bars. This shooting comes after a seven

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Prince Harry and Meghan distance themselves from new book

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prince Harry and Meghan distance themselves from new book

"Harry and Meghan are in the spotlight again. A new book has just been released on the Deacon, Duchess of Sussex, which focuses in on the turmoil amongst the Royals just before the couple walked away from their senior roles, the first installment of a serialized version of the book Finding Freedom lay bare relations between Harry and Magnum with him and Cates. After the decision was made for the pair to go into self imposed exile. One incident describes how Kate barely acknowledge Megan and her Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in March, even though they hadn't seen each other since January. The book also suggested Palace officials were concerned that Harry Um Megan's popularity was overshadowing other senior Royals ad of the book's release, Harian Meghan issued a statement denying taking parts in the publication.

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The First Excerpt From the Meghan and Harry Tell-All Is Here

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

The First Excerpt From the Meghan and Harry Tell-All Is Here

"Walker, Harry and Meghan are in the spotlight again. A new book has just been released on the G Conductors of Sussex, which focuses in on the turmoil amongst the Royals Just before the couple walked away from their senior roles. The first installment of a serialized version of the book Finding Freedom, laid bare relations between Harry and Magnum with him and Cates. After the decision was made for the pair to go into self imposed exile. One incident describes how Kate barely acknowledged Meghan and her Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in March, even though they hadn't seen each other since January. The book also suggested Palace officials were concerned that Harry Americans, popularity was overshadowing other senior Royals. Head of the book's release, Harry and Meghan issued a statement denying taking parts in the

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Prince Harry and Meghan distance themselves from new book

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prince Harry and Meghan distance themselves from new book

"The spotlight again. A new book has just been released on the G Conductors of Sussex, which focuses in on the turmoil amongst the Royals just before the couple walked away from their senior roles, the first installment of a serialized version of the book Finding Freedom lay bare relations between Harry and Magnum with him and Cates. After the decision was made for the pair to go into self imposed exile. One incident describes how Kate barely acknowledge Megan and her Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in March, even though they hadn't seen each other since January. The book also suggested Palace officials were concerned that Harry Um Megan's popularity was overshadowing other senior Royals. Head of the book's release, Harian Meghan issued a statement denying taking parts in the publication. Karen

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Cancel Culture with Trevor Phillips

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

04:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Cancel Culture with Trevor Phillips

"Sudden attack on our ability to argue freely has actually been creeping up on us the quad a while, hasn't it? It's not new. I mean I think. It may suddenly come to. The attention of the public and the. Westminster. Crowd, but actually this is being an issue full probably now two decades, and it comes really from a very simple proposition, and that is this that we know that they're all. Ferry many difficult difficulties in society for some people for. Women, people minorities disabled people and saw. Some. People not me, but some people think that this is. Really down to. A lack of understanding of those groups on the part of man or white people. Those who are not disabled and that if you could somehow just change people's minds and attitudes than the problems to do with for example, underachievement school from some some ethnic minorities or The pay gap for women. I think which sort of disappear and I think that. For some folks who think that there's an easy route to the solution and that is. Summed up by the following. Proposition that if you can stop people saying things that are wrong, stop them thinking things that are wrong, so if you takeouts Kind of language that supposedly lead to people of Color, being denigrated and saw, and that will stop people thinking less well pickle of color, if you remove the language of sex difference than actually the bigotry or the the. Discrimination that is aimed at women will also dissipate now. This is all complete nonsense, but it is I think firmly believe amongst a lot of people, and so actually underneath the whole idea of the council culture platforming, and so on and so forth. Is Not just a sort of cavalier disregard or a source of simple bullying. It is part of a philosophy that says if we can stop people saying things, and we'll stop them thinking it, and we will get to a better world, and that of course is white so dangerous because it isn't bullen of just some so the passing fad. This is a very fundamental idea about how society should work. which, people don't going to be dispossessed all very easily, and so suddenly, despite Martin Luther. King taught us. We are as a society beginning to judge people by the color of their skin, not the content of their character, and from that comes council culture. While I think that we need to distinguish between. The your average person thinks. I don't think like that really I. Think most people in this country take the individual. They need as they are that that's a that's a separate thing from what you might call the decision makers who? Have a whole different set of imperatives, so they will be perhaps a bit obsessed by the proportions of male or female. Whitestone black whatever is. that. They have on their roster. It's A. It's a terrible thing for them to pay attention to that, but I think. Why don't you start to kind of be tyrannized by those kinds of categories and find yourself being constantly afraid of what people might say about you or about your organization? Then you start to lose sight of what really matters authorities in universities in some public services. A potential beginning to lose sight of what the point of diversity and equality is, it is not to have a SORTA perfect arithmetical representation of the nation at every table, and on every minute of every media outlet. It is to make sure that people are not excluded from opportunities for the wrong reasons for bad reasons.

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"westminster" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

09:05 min | Last month

"westminster" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"You're listening to the Denver real estate investing podcast where it's all about helping you grow your Denver real estate portfolio. Here's your host brisk, Lopez..

David Hume the Philosopher

5 Minutes in Church History

04:47 min | 2 months ago

David Hume the Philosopher

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode. We are continuing conversation. We started last week last week. We were talking about David Hume the skeptical Scottish philosopher from the eighteenth century. We're talking about how one of his books. That was very popular in his own day. Eight volume series of books actually history of Great Britain mentions the Westminster standards, and that's an aspect of David Hume that not everybody knows about David, hume the historian well today. We'll talk about that aspect that people do know about David Hume the philosopher as we mentioned, he is known as the father or the founder of skepticism philosophical skepticism. This idea that we really can't know what we know. We can't have certainty. In what we know in one sense were plagued with doubt. Well, one of the reasons hume arrived at this was because of his understanding. Of how we understand experienced in what we can make of experience. Talking about the law of causality here, and how we know that every effect has an equal or greater than costs. This goes back in the history of philosophy back to Aristotle at David Hume question that he said. How can we know we can observe called customary relationships, but how can we know every time in every place that the law of cause and effect works? He concludes you know what we can't. All we can speak of is customary relationships well. David Hume used that to defeat many of the classical arguments for the existence of God namely the cozma logical argument. He also took on the design argument for the existence of God. This comes from one of his books later in his life dialogues, concerning natural religion, and it's set up as a dialogue with various characters in hume uses it to just walk through the arguments in from his perspective. Dismantle them when he gets to the design argument. This is what hume says. The design that we think we see in the world is not really a design. Hume says instead what we see our quote. The chance permutations of particles falling into a temporary or permanent self, sustaining order, which has the appearance of design. And quote well, let's unpack that think about it just for a moment. the human self you as a person, you are ultimately a result of particles falling by chance, and what happens to be a perfect order to allow you to function. That's what hume's argument would demand. It would be like saying. Let's take a five thousand piece puzzle. And let's just throw all of those five thousand pieces into the air. And what will happen by chance? Is that all five? Thousand of those pieces will fall into a perfect place in relationship with each other and form a completed puzzle just like the picture on the box. Well of that all I can say is I think I'm skeptical of what David who is trying to say about this world in which we live the important thing about David Hume is where he falls in the history of ideas he comes. Right in the eighteenth century. As the sciences or maturing and coming into their own in the university. At the same time theology is getting marginalized and religion is getting marginalized. Much of culture, shifting its eyes off of God at the center, and putting their eyes on man at the center, and along comes David. Hume with his epistemology, and his philosophy had a huge influence. In his day, but it had an even greater influence and the centuries to come well. That's David Hume an essayist and historian philosopher. A skeptic.

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Winston Churchill statue sealed in steel ahead of protests

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Winston Churchill statue sealed in steel ahead of protests

"Let's go to London now Frank where we've seen statues of some prominent figures from British history at the heart of the protest there yeah this is actually familiar I think to many Americans a slave trader who made me a lot of money in that business his statue was torn down in Bristol last weekend and then that's a city on the coast and then Churchill statue in parliament square was defaced where someone spray painted he was a racist what happened yesterday is a bunch of for white nationalists football hooligans and even some people who just generally offended by this these attacks on historical figures they surged into parliament square right you know in front of big band police have boxed up Churchill to sort of protect him and by the time with the mayor said and and even black lives matter's organizations you're said don't go to London for this this is going to end up with a lot of battles between white and black people but some anti racism protesters came anyway and so you had this protest and counter protest how did it play out yeah it was fascinating to watch the police penned in the far right of folks around the statues and they started throwing bottles and started punching police some of them clearly came here for a fight there were clashes between a white far right demonstrators and black anti racism protesters in Trafalgar Square I also ran across some black men who had face coverings and they were doing some hit run attacks on white protesters about the timing of the Waterloo station the train station there was some violence there and police actually had to seal it off in the end at least six people went to the hospital they were over a hundred arrests and see the other thing is this is all a bit surreal because we still supposed to be doing social distancing so you would have people wearing face masks punching each other so the whole thing was was restored yeah quite a scene up Frank did everyone come to London yesterday just looking for a fight no I mean a lot of people were peaceful and that one of the striking images was a black anti racist protester actually carrying one of the white protesters who'd been beaten and it was a sizeable center when I was talking to people who said you know if we're going to remove statues there needs to be a democratic discussion about this they can't just be torn down and a medical at Westminster bridge is names Andy Boyle he works in construction and he had come to monitor the protest he's white and this is what he said little available site dot this Congress and it's over by the strong rate on I will admit it still as racism today albeit it's getting better but it still isn't there yet I believe it should get there owner or French officials taking any action in response to what's going on the streets there yes they are well yesterday it ended rather chaotically because the police wouldn't let the protesters marched through the city that kept them pinned into the plaster at the break so we did see scenes of you know tear gas being fired but otherwise it was peaceful the government appears to be listening this week the interior minister Christophe Castaner he banned chokehold but the police have also come out they're angry they're say they're being stigmatized by a few bad apples and they have accused the interior minister of betraying them

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Protesters Shut Down 101 Freeway in Los Angeles

Tim Conway Jr.

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters Shut Down 101 Freeway in Los Angeles

"Well this Pam protesters are not peaceful on the surface streets over in front of city hall found its way to the freeway and now hundreds of people have the southbound lanes of the one oh one at Alameda blocked traffic is just an absolute master working nowadays is so very very slow drive getting away from Alva Rado street out of echo park the northbound side is open but of course everyone slowing down take a look at all the protest action on the southbound side and that's backing up the drive getting away from almost fourth street service treats it in the area also jam packed as a result and they've had Alameda off limits at the window when travelling back towards the area of temples there's just stay clear of downtown Los Angeles if you possibly can we're also seeing some slow traffic in the Westminster area four oh five north bound away from golden west looking better once you make your way past spring

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'Complacent' UK draws global criticism for Covid-19 response

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:53 min | 3 months ago

'Complacent' UK draws global criticism for Covid-19 response

"I don't know what St elect means. Presumably we all live and normal types staying away to danger but if I see you message Novas steel air and you see to me but does that mean I stay at home or no? I can't give you a straight answer to that. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon isn't the only one with criticisms of the leadership in Westminster Increasingly. Ridden is under international scrutiny. In the confused messaging is just the start. Reaction has been pretty confused to this. Emma Duncan is Britain editor so the new slogan is stay alert. The old slogan was stay at home and when you told people to stay at home they knew what to do when you tell people to stay alert. They don't really know what that means. They can't see this fire so they're not really clear what they're staying alert four there's been some actual confusion from the government about some of the loosening. Say for instance. The government was originally sang. The loosening was going to happen two days ago and then that was corrected to happening today. The foreign secretary when describing the restrictions. Goaty wrong about who you could meet and broadly speaking there is kind of worry about how people are supposed to get back to work even if they work safely when schools are still not open. That's not part of this stage of the loosening of lock Dan so there are a lot of questions at there and a lot of criticism particularly from the labor unions. And this isn't the first time the government has come under fire for confused policies or confused communications. Yeah that's absolutely right. There's a lot of criticism of the fact that the government started on a testing program early in March and then discontinued that early to start it up again too late and struggling to get to the position that other countries are in and there's been a lot of criticism of the fact that that has not been enough personal protective equipment particularly for people working in the health services and generally people in vulnerable jobs. And what is the public mate of all this? I mean the prime minister had his own. Cogan scare which calmed the criticism for time. But but broadly what to Britain's think now well? There was a huge band since support for Boris Johnson early on in March and April his popularity rating swords and. That's been true of some other leaders to but since late April they've been sliding again and that's really because of this perception that the government messed up early on because people don't really know what they're supposed to be doing so it's quite interesting is looking at the polls about how. Britain's think that the government has dealt with this crisis compared to other countries and basically Britain's think that we have messed up here. They think that we've done worse than anywhere on the European mainland worse than the Asian countries. And the only country that Britain's generally think they've performed better than is America will butts what's people within Britain think about Britain's response when looking abroad. What about abroad looking at Britain? Do we have a sense for how what's happening here has been perceived? Yes we do and this crisis is not doing burdens international reputation and he goods among Asians flurry on social media from worried parents whose children are studying in Britain. Who wanted to pull them out quickly and on the European mainland particularly web. Britain's reputation is not high at the moment because of Brexit and the handling of the brexit negotiations is been huge amount of unfavorable comments. About this government's failure. There was a German column. That caught my attention saying that. Boris Johnson going into intensive care a metaphor for the nation as a whole entire nation was in intensive care on ventilation and self isolating Which was what Brexit was if you look in America among newspapers like The Washington Post and New York Times there's also quite a bit of criticism so Britain which likes to think of itself as a country with high standing in the world is slipping pretty sharply as a result of its handling of this crisis. And so you genuinely believe goes beyond a bit of editorializing abroad and Britain's general tendency toward self-deprecation chattering classes certainly do have a tendency towards self deprecation. Decline is is a very popular pastime in this country. But we aren't seeing a stamp change in how birth news being talked about and this is feeding into some other difficulties. The country's having so the brexit negotiations are not going to a well it looks increasingly as they. Britain is going to crash out of your with is a deal at the end of the year and has started trade tooks with America. But there's going to be very difficult because there are some tricky issues involved for instance The NHS America wants to be able to sell it. Services and goods to the NHS Burton is very protective increasingly protective about the NHTSA. Having that as part of a trade deal will be tricky. And there's increasing tension between Britain and China and that's not unique to Britain obviously as a lot of criticism of China all over the world that the moment bodies particularly shop in Britain weather's as a faction of the Tory party that is increasingly critical of China and so Britain is looking a little lonelier than it would like to at the moment will just it. I wonder how much that description of the current world order has been changed than by Britain's response to go with nineteen what I think the response does and the reactions to Burton's response. It's made a little harder for Britain to do what it likes to do. In the old cliche punching above it wait Burton's punching below. Its weight at the moment. And that matters gang forwards birth news very keen on it soft power. It likes the idea that it has influence in the world when it comes to pushing agendas like human rights like climate change that it has a seat at the top table. It is listen to great a proportion than its. Gdp or Defense Forces might argue for and that really depends on reputation for competence and good governance and that reputation has taken a bit of an

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5 Cathedrals

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 3 months ago

5 Cathedrals

"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to

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Dispensationalism

5 Minutes in Church History

04:14 min | 3 months ago

Dispensationalism

"This is a movement in theology that began in the eighteen hundreds and came on very strong and the nineteen hundreds. So let's take a look at it where it came from and what it's all about well. The story of dispensationalist begins with John Nelson. Darby he was born in eighteen hundred in Westminster London but his family roots were Irish and so when he came of age to go to college he was sent to Trinity College Dublin. He excelled as a student there and won the classics prize. That skill set would come in very handy for him later. He be involved in translating the Bible. It translate the Bible into German into Dutch and French and even the Complete Bible into English. He had his own translation. Darby would die in eighteen. Eighty two. He's known for two things being one of the early founders and what is called the Plymouth Brethren Church and also being the father or founder of dispensationalist him. This came about in the eighteen thirties. Eighteen forties there may be four significant features dispensationalist them that Darby began and then developed by others. The first is to see a distinction between Israel and the Church prior to dispensationalist them. You could say it was Covenant Theology and there was a connection between Israel and the Church. The understanding was there was one people of God but Darby began with a distinction between those two two peoples of God as it were and so God had a distinct and unique plan for Israel and a distinct and unique plan for the Church. This led to the second feature of dispensational and that is to see scripture as divided into dispensations. Now Darby had seven of them the Scofield Reference Bible. We'll talk about that in a minute. It had seven of them. Dispensationalist were not always agreed on the number of dispensations but they did agree on the concept. That was the idea that God dealt with humanity in different ways as he moved through the dispensations of scripture. So we have the distinction. Between Israel and the Church we have the dispensations the third feature is a literal hermitic that gets applied to prophecy and apocalyptic literature once that literal. Herman is applied. Well that leads us to the fourth feature and that is all of the end times events and charts and you've heard of these events of courses the rapture and that's followed by the seven year tribulation and that's followed by the second coming of Christ and the knots followed by the Millennium and then enter into the eternal state. This of course is using the book of Daniel and the book of revelation applying that little harmonic and seeing this as the literal timetable. For the EN times or for Eschaton Legiti. So those are some of the features that were given to dispensations by John Nelson Darby. Three things helped dispensational ISM get very popular in the twentieth century. The first was the beginning of the Bible Institute Movement Moody had one in Chicago. His was not the first. But it was certainly the flagship institution and these institutions sprung up. All over both the UK and the United States and they taught dispensational. The second thing was prophecy conferences. These were very popular in the early. Nineteen hundreds. They were known a Lake Philadelphia. They were in Dallas Texas. They were everywhere. And then the third thing that popularized dispensational was the scofield reference. Bible named for Cyrus Ingersoll. Scofield who was born in eighteen forty three and died in nineteen twenty one he used the dispensations as the framework to understand the Bible and its structure any applied that dispensational harmonic to texts and it also put forth that dispensational distinction of a separation between Israel and the church. So there you have it. Dispensational SOM started by John Nelson Darby and furthered along by the violence to movement. The prophecy conferences in the Scofield Reference Bible in the Early Twentieth Century.

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"westminster" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"Everyone Chris Lopez here and welcome back to another deal analysis. Episode this episode. I'll be talking about a townhouse house. Hack the up declined by in Westminster Colorado. So this House that closed in quarter one of twenty twenty so if a very high level overview this was a first-time homebuyer a new investor that we're helping the by their very first house AC and they wanted to go the house back. No matting around to start building. Their long term rental portfolio so plan there was to buy townhouse because it has a lower price point than detached houses rented a couple rooms lives there and then once he moved out having appropriate makes sense as a rental property and then repeat so the profile Var investor. Here is a young single person who just want to house act and he said Hey. I'm really young you know he's early twenties. I said how do as much house hacking newmains I can before I get older and get more established and get married and kids all that stuff. So he's GonNa very aggressive time line for going out there to do house. I know matting because he knows as he does a handful times now his forty year old self will be very very happy with his twenty two year old self and you know like a lot of people. He's very much into the Financial Independence Movement. So he wanted to minimize his expenses and since housing is one of your biggest expenses for most people house. Hacking is just a phenomenal way to do it. So another reason we preferred a townhouse was because the HOA would help with exterior maintenance and he was also playing utilizing the fha loan to minimize his down payment program. We're GONNA do a three point. Five percent down payment with fha. Now where do we find this property while should be no surprise at this point to my regular listeners? Out there that we found this on the MLS so to date every single house hack had no matter properly found has been on the MLS. And that's just because there's so many properties out there and we can also it also makes sense for buyers that are buying owner-occupied and here often first time home buyers and we want to make sure we use the standardized. Colorado contract and we have enough time to make sure it's the right property after while they're living there and Ezra future rental property so talking about the details of investment property. It's a townhouse. It's a three bedroom. Three bathroom in West Minister so north of Highway Thirty six near Federal Boulevard. And it's got a really good layout because it is a three stories. You know the the basement main floor upstairs up stairs are a master bedroom and bedroom downstairs. You have the kitchen and then that and the basement. There's a a bedroom down there with a full bathroom and it's pretty good separate living space. So they all share the common kitchen upstairs so the list price is was two hundred. Seventy nine thousand dollars nine hundred dollars. We purchase it for two hundred sixty nine thousand dollars so why we liked it. As I mentioned is a great lay out. The basement bedroom is a really really great layout for either the person to live there or out and have some separate space between the other roommates up their location worked for the client and it was completely movin. Ready so contract details. It was all market for thirty days before he looked at it and that tells us it was overpriced. And that's why we got the property below list price there so we like those properties we take them. And that's actually great news for us and our buyers so we got under contract for this price and that was a combination of it being overpriced alongside some of our secret sauce for getting things that are contract era also able to get the buyer. Six thousand dollars in seller credits. So did the inspection. They were really no major concerns at but we did they ask for a couple things in the cellar so we had a routine h VAC furnace Service cleaning so you know couple of dollars come out and have it serviced in clean and we did get the buyer a home warranty now financing overview as. I mentioned this is a Fha Loan. Suze will put three point. Five percent down and got an interest rate of three point three seven five percent so once we got past inspections appraisal came out and the appraisal came in at above contract price. So we're always happy when that happens because that means the buyers coming into some instant equity so concessions I was six thousand dollars and this was negotiate at the time of purchase. Not Do the inspection item resolutions since this.

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"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The bottom of the hour and also coming up also at that time the latest from the governor it's two twenty five can extend some traffic and weather together every ten minutes on five here is a list in the cone pass on the southbound side of the fifteen after the one thirty eight a big rig versus a car tangled up both of them are over on the right shoulder right now I don't see any slowing there on the south side of the fifteen after the one thirty eight but on the northbound side of the fifteen after the one thirty eight that's why I'm seeing a bit of slowing and again look out for the wind it is just hang on tight it's there that's for sure and pro closures are there there that's for sure as well in Westminster the four oh five north to shut down at the Westminster Springdale bridge until five AM then in seal beach we have a connector closure it's a Biggie the four oh five north connector to the north on six oh five in the south six oh five connected to both north and south for five a shut down until six AM in corona the westbound side of the ninety one is closed at McKinley street down to the fifteen until four AM and then inventor of the westbound at one twenty six is close from wells road to the wanna one until about five AM and the south one one connector to the east one twenty six that's closed as well in brand the fifty seven south the four main lanes are closed the carpool lane is open to squeeze by and this is a tonic canyon to imperial highway they're doing a lot of work on the roadway there to get that nice and smooth for you next reports coming up at two thirty five I'm least hours more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio take a look at the weather it's gonna be a pretty nice day in store for you we're gonna have to the sixties and seventies later today after we had these overnight lows in the fifties which is pretty much for every dollar in the mid to upper fifties.

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White House, Congress agree on $2 trillion virus rescue bill

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

White House, Congress agree on $2 trillion virus rescue bill

"Lawmakers Spain the at world's two trillion has have largest now continue the dollars world's democracy to second attend it's the biggest highest Westminster India economic county has though gone in of rescue into small coronavirus lockdown measure numbers in U. S. deaths despite history the the India's nation spread it remains one would could give point be direct nineteen in three lockdown payments billion which to most is people reached Americans at the eight also with now stay thousand boost over at home unemployment three confirmed thousand in cases a benefits bid four to under stop hundred the the and four deaths March provide hundred deaths of money the Spain for pandemic in Britain small has surpassed businesses is it everything China's is the to but hope keep essential told in bound making services phone pay Italy the roll parliament like while supermarkets still buildings workers has the most are are and forced some shattered of any stuff to nation stay normally had in home the been world working bustling we from need home the railway the Senate's seven stations thousand now likely Westminster's in to pass New don it house Delhi today from of a Commons deserted the pandemic and the house house hopes streets of lords to in send typically the it to just president is bustling expected a few trump hours Barcelona to shut by before once voice lawmakers we jump vote because have walk without approved honking around having with calls to blankets call an emergency lawmakers on mattresses now back bill he here really all giving to tense silent Washington the government more punctuating India's powers that's part unprecedented of the to rush the fight eerie to the virus deal move emptiness with a virus is because aimed the Spain's nineteen that to keep in analysts homeless most the virus people because causes have his from been model overwhelming telling mild the motor Associated it's or symptoms fragile moderate in Press most symptoms health people care they feel but with system severe abandoned can symptoms be more to put severe the more are nineteen more and than likely others ever it was especially in because as the his elderly everyone mild the elderly else or or moderate those Hunkers symptoms with existing the down vast in most majority people health at home problems who with get severe it symptoms Charles recover it could de be Ledesma nineteen are more likely illness London Sager in the causes elderly mag mild ani and or Washington those moderate with symptoms existing in most health people problems with severe I'm Charles symptoms more de Ledesma likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems I'm Charles the last month

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India's 1.3 billion people in lockdown

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

India's 1.3 billion people in lockdown

"Lawmakers Spain the world's has have largest now continue the world's democracy to second attend highest Westminster India county has though gone in of into small coronavirus lockdown numbers deaths despite the the India's nation spread remains one could point be nineteen in three lockdown billion which is people reached at the eight also with now stay thousand over at home three confirmed thousand in cases a bid four to under stop hundred the the four deaths March hundred deaths of the Spain pandemic in Britain has surpassed is it everything China's is the but hope essential told in bound services phone Italy the parliament like supermarkets still buildings has the most are and some shattered of any stuff nation normally had in the been world working bustling we from need home railway the seven stations thousand now Westminster's in New don house Delhi from of a Commons deserted the pandemic and house streets of lords in typically the just is bustling expected a few hours Barcelona to shut before once lawmakers we jump because have walk approved honking around with calls blankets an emergency on mattresses now bill he really all giving tense silent the government more punctuating India's powers unprecedented to the fight eerie the virus move emptiness is because aimed the Spain's nineteen to keep analysts homeless the virus because have his from been model overwhelming telling the motor Associated it's symptoms fragile in Press most health people care they feel with system severe abandoned symptoms to put the more are nineteen more than likely ever it was in because as the his elderly everyone mild else or or moderate those Hunkers symptoms with existing down in most people health at home problems with severe symptoms Charles it could de be Ledesma nineteen are more likely illness London in the causes elderly mild and or those moderate with symptoms existing in most health people problems with severe I'm Charles symptoms more de Ledesma likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems I'm Charles the last month

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Death toll in Spain surpasses China as virus ravages Europe

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Death toll in Spain surpasses China as virus ravages Europe

"Lawmakers Spain has have now continue the world's to second attend highest Westminster county though in of small coronavirus numbers deaths despite the the nation spread remains could be nineteen in lockdown which is reached at the eight with now thousand over three confirmed thousand cases four under hundred the four deaths hundred deaths Spain in Britain has surpassed is it China's is the hope told in bound phone Italy the parliament still buildings has the most and some of any stuff nation had in the been world working we from need home the seven thousand now Westminster's don house from of Commons the pandemic and house of lords in typically is bustling expected Barcelona to shut once lawmakers because have walk approved around with blankets an emergency mattresses bill all giving tense the government more punctuating powers to the fight eerie the virus emptiness because the Spain's nineteen analysts homeless because have his been model telling the motor Associated symptoms in Press most people they feel with severe abandoned symptoms more are more than likely ever in as the elderly everyone else or those Hunkers with existing down health at home problems Charles it could de be Ledesma nineteen illness London causes mild or moderate symptoms in most people with severe symptoms more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems I'm Charles the last month

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Britain's Parliament set to shut down

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Britain's Parliament set to shut down

"Lawmakers have continue to attend Westminster though in small numbers despite the spread could be nineteen which is reached at the eight thousand confirmed cases under the four hundred deaths in Britain is it is the hope in bound phone the parliament buildings and some stuff had been working from home now Westminster's house of Commons and house of lords is expected to shut once lawmakers have approved an emergency bill giving the government more powers to fight the virus because the nineteen analysts because his model motor symptoms in most people with severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems Charles de Ledesma London

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"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Crash on the four oh five headed through Westminster causing big trouble that's where you find Scott he is in the southern California Toyota dealer sky one currently all play live lanes are blocked about four or five a gold west to this crash that occurred in the Karbala two left lanes looks like the freeway service patrol trying to hook up to some of these vehicles are pulled out of there the okay to drive through lane the collector is currently open but I get a baseline blocks south full of five is jammed through the twenty two so to get around this use the twenty two over the beach Boulevard south to get back on the freeway northbound expect on and off for about four or five bedroom fountain valley if you work your way up to this point aboard the four five and the the Allie X. thirty the jacket with pride yes southbound side right at the Howard Hughes offramp looks like the offer it might be affected by this injury crash and if that's the case and definitely could affect your south outside which started tougher Wilshire Boulevard are northbound side you've got some slowing as you make your way read about Venice Boulevard the point slow often over the hill today's gonna stuck metro bus on the six oh five south bound this is north of the six state blocking the far right lane and on the one thirty four eastbound side Harbi drive on ramp to the one thirty four east bound I'd also looks like we've got a problem they are a ladder in the lanes already been hit by at least one of the cars it's Toyota ready set go sales events so hurry and get amazing deals like factory cash back offers and special leases on the stylish new Toyota car truck or SUV for a lot for his visit by a Toyota dot com we make it easy next report five thirty five I'm Denise Fonda with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio widespread rain as we go through tomorrow officially charged with accepting cash escort services and more we're talking about a former LA city councilman more in three minutes five twenty seven hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that.

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"westminster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"News the Westminster Kennel Club dog show introduces a new breed for its one hundred forty fourth competition this upcoming weekend the also walks a regal looking canines heads held high all sharp angles except for their deep shaft that look a bit gray held like Gail Miller by sure with the Westminster Kennel Club explains and also walk is a site hound they're tall slender dog they were bred to hunt here and wild boar in Africa the club also took a look back one hundred years to those who have ruled the best in show ring of course the collie and Airedale terrier were among the dogs taking about Alison Keyes CBS news a federal judge has approved a settlement that moves Pacific gas and electric closer to getting out of bankruptcy company cleared its latest hurdle when a U. S. bankruptcy judge signed off on a deal the refinance billions of dollars in debt to pay off P. G. in the bond holders who threaten to cause problems company is also negotiated more than twenty five billion dollars in settlements with homeowners businesses insurers and government agencies the claimed more than fifty billion dollars in fire losses nearly a million dollars worth of shark fins were seized in Miami Florida after the boxes they were hidden in were intercepted by US government officials about fourteen hundred pounds of shark fins were found hidden in eighteen boxes on Monday it's believed to have come from South America was likely headed to Asia.

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"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

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"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"Competitive nature of this place that Kate refers to there is hugely influential. And how we all get treated in the lobby I she explains man or woman. This place takes no prisoners and actually the antisocial flowers and work life balance. Can Dream is something that sneaks up on. All report is in Westminster. I remember speaking to Chris. Hart was one of my Colleagues Telegraph in the mice dedicated family man. One of the most dedicated men I've ever met you know really struggles with trying to balance getting to his tries to go so onerous kids. Dancing music performances is in that first family all the time. He is exactly the same position as women in the lobby. All he will try to manage that but even for him you know for men. It was very difficult difficult to say you know. I need to leave now. NEEDS TO TAKE TIME I. I've spoken to sign many guys. You feel that they can't say that that's not just a woman thing that support of the environment that we are. It's hard if women because we often ban more of the burden. If that's the way maybe the wrong word but trying to get home and Sorta all out but there are guys hey to tale. They feel the same way that we do. It's not. There's no difference in that. I get the impression that there is much more thought going into to it. Now in terms of maternity turnkey paternity in parental leave so much more talk going into it whereas in the past it would have been assumed. I think that the woman woman would just take on the childcare role and we wouldn't have questioned it which seems mad. I know and I almost hate myself. Not Having questioned questioned it back then but that's the way it wasn't as Kate says there were kind of ways of doing it and possibly it was like that in other workplaces as well but this is such a particular could workplace because it's we're so concentrated together and it's so competitive. I hadn't been lucky enough to have children but you know the the fact. Is that the demand so great and the hours a heavy often. I find it difficult enough to organize myself so I have nothing but admiration for my colleagues who were parents who can consist of organized their families and themselves because I I'm certainly failing sometimes to organize myself as easy during the election from your child is even be here I have to say Caroline on that point about you issued questioned it MOU- I don't want you to you feel like that because it's people like you being here and being in a senior position that made me think I could do it and I remember coming in and you being so you always have been so kind and welcoming but it's what Kate says there is a feeling here people have you back Lure coons bag when I got my new job at sky such. If you've got ever got any questions it's stuff like that knowing that you've got someone there who is he's done it you not Cassini them do it you can see it can be done and I watch you and I think right well okay. Well she can do it so I can do. So it's fine. I know it can do it but for you. It would have a great responsibility. Sir You know you. You were the one who blazed that trail like that. Was You doing well after some some great women before me as well Yes well thank you. I mean not. It's very good to know but you know you always think of struggling against the tide. Don't you in whatever you do not necessarily because engender but just I certainly feel an inspiring as he can hit an eye off of caroline. He was a fan of Pien. Ryan is like Julia Langdon and Ellen Goodman. He came before her but it's not just journalists. We appreciate seeing people. They relate to around the Commons Rachel Reeves the Labor MP. He told the story of Nancy. Astor at the beginning of the PODCAST and to stamps's idea of sisterhood. Between all women in Parliament when I was first elected I got to know women like a heavy Stewarton. The Nascar Christina at the The Guardian Laura Kuenssberg safety region scar and all of them was sorta starting really their careers. And I was starting outing mind but also there were. There are a a decent number of women political journalists who are starting their careers and working in their way up in the newspapers that same time in the same way in which we're trying to work our way up the political ladder and I don't think it's a big surprise. The you do form relationships with people like you and so you know I've got to know become friendly with some of the women. Journalists perhaps in a different from way compared to my relationship with some of the male journalists. I think it is really really important for covering the issues. That women are talking about in parliament to to have women in the political lobbying in the press gallery and I guess they're probably a lot of sheds stories empower wells in our careers as politicians. The career is that Women in the lobby face as well. But certainly we're here because this started a hundred years ago hundred years ago. There were no women in parliament and the the no women in the lobby. We've made huge progress by every generation finds that there are still inequalities still to at two rights and and ways in which we can work together to crater a more equal society more equal opportunities. And I'm certainly determined to do that. And of course Julia Langdon was in the lobby. She often covered prime minister Margaret Thatcher. Jillian never felt sisterhood. Bond between her and Thatcher but she does does believe that the prime minister related in some way to women reporters. I remember for example. We would be going run. The temple of Konak looks or and she was back on the plane and she was complaining about her feet nicer you wearing high heels in and she said well I have to wear high heels. It's all right for you. Have to wear high heels we we would have conversations like that and there was another trip we were completely deadly itinerary Tori and I looked at it with with a view to packing because it was working for ten days and it was one night in the Middle East next night on the plane the next night and see you pull the next night. Impertinent Australia. The next night in combat the next night in Melbourne in the next hundred Sydney the next site in Brisbane and then two nights in Bangkok I looked. I saw not going to be doing laundry to a bank on the first leg of the plane. I said to Mrs Thatcher what she thinks of the itinerary the trick is she said. Do you realize we don't control duty by the horror. Ah Jillian must've felt somewhat comfortable with that chair. Because towards the end of our conversation I found out that she even performed for the prime minister. We had a fantastic send Tinari of the Lobi evening and we did a cabaret a group of us. Jim Jim Nachtwey on the piano. The late Chris Potter the Son David Walters whose whose political correspondent for ITN. Bill Russell. He write the script spill. Russell Gluskin does get held on Ellen Goodman I and one of the songs we sang to the tune of Hello Dolly was Hulo Bernard. Well hello but I have sung this song dog actually to Mrs Thatcher on a plane you have I have I. Fortunately everybody everybody loved. She didn't get this filthy. There's one filthy line in it which she didn't get cushy never got dirty jokes but the first the first first you won't do you WANNA say hello. Birdwell Hallo Bird. It's so great to see their four o'clock you're looking swell Bernard we can tell by the the ladies had a fit your in a state of shock we fill the room swaying. We're all praying that you'll lose your temper like you always do. So this is Ellen. Reme- hold the front page fellas buzz in a rage fellas. That means we got a front page lead for you. Thank God he sacked Tanaka that Yes.

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"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

04:15 min | 9 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"Woman recorded only as Miss Blaine applied for a place in the press gallery on behalf of the women's Penny paper which was an early suffrage newspaper. He's paper a parliamentary officer. Refused apparently remarking that male journalists would much resent intrusion in nineteen eighteen the first female MP constance Markevic was elected fishing fain but like Ocean Fain MP's. She chose not to take her seat. which brings US tonight? One thousand nine hundred nine. She once said the pioneers a picturesque figures but there are also often lonely ones. That was very much her experience because for almost two years she was the only woman in Westminster. I think at times. That was very difficult. This is right to read Labor. MP leads West creating on Siesta. The first women's take a seat in parliament on some of the I nine hundred Nineteen Rachel Rights Book called Women of Westminster the MP's he changed politics in it. She tells the story of how viscount astor was elected in November of that year so nunciature was in some ways an accidental MP because she had no intentions of standing for parliament. Her husband was the member of parliament for Plymouth Sutton and his father Was Lord Astor and when Lord Astor died. Suddenly his seat in the House of Lords passed to his eldest son. His eldest son was Nancy. Astor's husband now a water Astor her husband didn't want to be in the House of Lords he wanted to be an MP in the House of Commons and so he planned to relinquish the seat in the Lords as quickly as possible and return the member of parliament for Plymouth Sutton and so he was looking for a stop. Gap Candidate to keep Plymouth Sutton warm for his return and so he asked his wife Nancy to stand for parliament parliament at Nancy was elected in November nine hundred nineteen and served as the MVP Plymouth Sutton until nineteen forty five so twenty. Six years is quite a long long stopgap and of course water fast never returned to his seat. And that's how she became an MP hadn't been something that she was seeking to do but once she was there issues that for more than a quarter of a century on the day after took his seat. The press gallery was packed. The political journalist covering the day's events among the group of men sat two women Marguerite Cody of the Daily News and e Cohen. I haven't been able to find her first name but her was published in the Yorkshire Evening Post. Their invasion were short lived as they were already allowed in for that one day but Nancy Astor stayed much to the praise of women all over the UK. Rachel Reeves again nuncio when she was first elected received two or three thousand unless a week from women around the country not just in her constituency in Plymouth but from women in every corner of the United Kingdom he regarded. Nancy is there in pay. Hey and they wrote to her saying only you will understand what I'm going through the appeal to her as a woman as a politician but as a woman in that role by nineteen ninety three there was seven women elected parliaments the next year Stellar Wolfe. Murray became the first female lobby correspondent part of her role was covering the women. MP's issues affecting women and children over the next couple of decades the number of women. MP's fluctuated three general elections and by elections as did the number of women journalists. Some editors what is took the view that it was not necessary for women's cover parliament if not huge amount of women there in the nineteen forties however Patricia. O'Brien joined the press gallery back then. There was accommodation for the men who covered late sittings in House of Commons. But no such luxury was afforded to Miss O'Brien so in order just to get home. She had to catch the early morning fish train. Or if she was lookie the milk lorry and she will say fide twice in the nineteen fifties for getting pregnant..

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"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"westminster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'd say Westminster a little bit of all your on the seven ten knots about the course and then to the south but you've got some volume and that's one of the one oh five where it gets really jam you know heading up towards the west side and the upper deck at all yeah because I got to tell you is really crowded the entrance there on sentries very heavy sky way is top of the one of five exiting at the ball but is very heavy as well as you go through the tunnels alright let's go to Scott he's got the southern California Toyota dealers jam cam the two ten all things are kinda lightening up now to to the westbound adequate Dora but you do that's a pretty speed starting about grand out through a Seuss but again it's definitely starting to approve the stretch west of the six so five they're pretty tough starting rather a point of estate just off the six oh five that's gonna be heavy over toward the one thirty four will see how the one seventy one of one start with that they'll start to one seventy south down here which is backed up for Burbank down towards a farm got a pretty sluggish could be worse but southbound or Canada the one a one looks like the a better way right now let's begin western pretty awful towards one ten north about struggles east LA two Silverlake Boulevard but then again as you had the Hollywood stay to the left is a crash of Cahuenga looks like it blocks the right lane Bryant has an update on the sixty sixty able to study sound right for Phillips ranch we had an issue in lane side that is clear but still a little bit of a delay CHP run a break there are reports now in injury crash sixty this is to be westbound pass hacienda Boulevard that center divider so I see a little bit of slowing they're more slowing up ahead if you come to the six oh five states heavy out to about Garfield all right again coming out of the valley to try to get to Allie X. disorder warn you that sell for five has been really tough this morning is not light at all the holiday light jam from Sherman way to this ball the crossover Boulevard has not been that bad east one a one I'd say about receita pretty heavy that's a tough over toward the one seventy west one one is not bad at all just a little bit of slowing as you get over toward the four or five you know how it turns into those two lane trans roads to go north or south for a five in the west one a one forty eight twenty five I'm Jennifer York more tropical boards more often can extend seventy newsradio clear skies sunshine today we are gonna have cooler temperatures this afternoon upper sixties along the coast into downtown in the basin as well mid sixties for the valleys today in one empire you'll be in the low sixties.

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"westminster" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"westminster" Discussed on Drink Champs

"Drink champs dot robinhood dot com. And then, you know, get get to get the stock hustle. Let's do drink champs this go. It doesn't matter. How much I come on your block if young people wanna fuck what you they're gonna. So why even even do that? I just came into the motherfuckers folk focus I like to go places where I'm celebrated not tolerate. You don't have to ask. So sometimes I'll take some less because I know these people were with me mall, 'cause they let them celebrated walk in the room and like. Is getting more for somewhere else? And sometimes you just just just like I got that's sometimes that's the definition of selling. So what this climate going on? You know, you said it's name I was gonna try to avoid it for as much as I can. The Westminster west. Mr. Westminster Webb who. That's the whole weighing on his album Cornell west. Wishing that Mr. west needs that Mr. west. Okay. Well, before we go onto that. Because the reason why especially for me asking you guys this question as opposed to me Eva, asking Tian or even asking other our other guests on here recently. You guys know Conway. You like what he's saying? You know, you want to go back to the real actually know the boy before they. I'm not a Buba. But when I do Google, and I both both of y'all came up on my dad, I gotta void this one. I want you to describe to me. The difference between the brother that I met. Are your round this guy? Now, all we don't really know is this. I think it's the same. Okay. No. That. My little wage right there too. Right. That's wrong. There's RAV yes, he did. Okay. If you if you let me think it's the same. Do you know Kanye west is kind of our Tom. He's a genius. Genius. He's very any fashion thing that he knows about that. I can't fuck with him on the east. He's his knowledge is just infinite when it comes to certain things there's a lot of things that he's misinformed about. When I first started doing shows with their pres-. We do we do a lot of fundraisers and work with organizations like not mix grassroots movement and refuse and resist. And and all these organizations and one thing that I took to heart back in the day was a lot of those real activists would give political education. You know what I'm saying? Like before we got stage. I feel like that press have a lot more political education and most I feel like I got a lot more political education than most people. But even even us we needed more pointers steps to what to what the talking points for the movement. Was we had? Oh, jeez. I feel like as the leader of of a generation who looks up to him who about re tweets and likes and engagement, and there's no g knowledge in there's no political education. The problem living. What you hundred but he goes in caters to that audience agree with one may agree with you. But he'll go God. As a brother as Bradman as a fellow artist in hip hop. Are we start the job they'll saying we steam saying aims actually see him around? Like, I think it's time. He sit down with me because of the platform we over volt TV. You don't said which trying to be voted, right? You don't say we're trying to grow side the box. I'm kind of this is why we doesn't see and this crazy because I heard of this is that much of. Thinking he's being a troll. I heard over that that gate easy outlet gate album. It's a regional name was Hitler. Yeah. I don't know about that. I do know like I've. What.

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"westminster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chip in and help make it possible put up, Donald J Trump's portrait right here Portrait of all presidents are on. Display except for President Trump they've paid for strictly they're paid for those, portrait strictly by donations and so far the. Go fund me is raised. About six thousand dollars local and, federal agencies are investigating a deadly Westminster apartment fire as arson the investigation is not yet complete. But officials say they do know enough to call the fire that killed two people in hurt fourteen more intentionally set the ATF was able to present us with evidence along. With our Westminster fire department that leads us to classify this. Fire as incendiary, or intentionally set so we're classifying this fair now is an arson homicide investigation Westminster police spokesman Sherry spotty says. The July twenty second fire in Westminster is still being investigated in that police are taking tips Connor schrief KOA. NewsRadio new. Information is surfacing in the case of, at Aurora band shot and killed by beliefs early Monday the homeowner is being identified as Richard Gary black A decorated veteran police say black had. Shot and killed, and, naked intruder who. Attacked his grandson the family attorney says the officers should have. Known they were firing. At the wrong man a lot of the. Evidence is suggesting that they were outside of the house has shot into, the home killed Mr. block or police are. Planning a news conference Thursday. The officer involved as placed on, paid leave while an investigation plays out it could be a miracle but actually really is no. Fatalities after an airliner crashed just after takeoff in Durango Mexico ninety nine passengers including two infants as well as four crew members were on board and incredibly not a single. Life was lost officials say that plane crash harping right after. Takeoff a Mexican, governor says that a gust of wind hit the aero Mexico jetliner shortly after it took off causing the.

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"westminster" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Gordon calling well and i had gotten married to a seller who graduated from westminster theological seminary and basically it was like living in a prison and um it was the wrong time to get married it was the wrong person and i didn't even know who i was so it do what happened was i was asking myself enormous number of questions about these two sides of evangelical is on that i had experienced and about myself as a person and who i really women to be and who i was called to be and so i did my work at duke and i did it with a lot of passion because there was uh i didn't know what else to do i threw myself into the books 'cause it was the safest place to be and uh and duke really served me well in that regard um you know it was it was a great place to ask questions because it was both challenging and safe and um and i was actually changing a lot more than i think anybody at duke knew at the time um 'cause i was really really really listening and once i was just a big boulder uh when i finally graduated i was on my way to teach i realized that i needed to uh be my true itself in noneu me emanating and i thought i wanted to be lying and going i let myself down and and i went down.

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"westminster" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Gordon calling well and i had gotten married to a seller who graduated from westminster theological seminary and basically it was like living in a prison and um it was the wrong time to get married it was the wrong person and i didn't even know who i was so it do what happened was i was asking myself enormous number of questions about these two sides of evangelical is on that i had experienced and about myself as a person and who i really women to be and who i was called to be and so i did my work at duke and i did it with a lot of passion because there was uh i didn't know what else to do i threw myself into the books 'cause it was the safest place to be and uh and duke really served me well in that regard um you know it was it was a great place to ask questions because it was both challenging and safe and um and i was actually changing a lot more than i think anybody at duke knew at the time um 'cause i was really really really listening and once i was just a big boulder uh when i finally graduated i was on my way to teach i realized that i needed to uh be my true itself in noneu me emanating and i thought i wanted to be lying and going i let myself down and and i went down.

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"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

"Indeed may just worth saying i think two points before we onto the politics are two very important fundamental linkages between the bank of england decision and the budget the first is this poor productivity performance which is really the reason the bank bank is raising interest rates despite pre sluggish growth it's that very very same poll productivity growth is likely to lead the office of budget responsibility to judge low productivity is not going to pick out like a thought and despite is molten serbs was short term improvement in public finances in those lead two years of his fourcourse he's probably going to get a pretty significant downgrade and that will probably be the main story on the day i think the second link from the interest rate rises that i think that affiliate hammond's this is the challenges to continue to bring down the deficit on out entirely political in a really of the point where the bank of england is starting to raise interest rates and tighten monetary policy there isn't really an economic argument for loosening up on fiscal policy because the economy is really at full employment is generating inflation the bank of england's concerned about that and so from an economic point of you should continue to try and do this the steps because it's still a problem the politics all the probe in the politics of fatigue and the population politics of a very small georgia's comments on as you say the politics of the fact that every big event booed government is done recently is unravelled and i think that this was a follows advise you philomen hour to play it safe you just need to get through the budget on scarred without a massive you term and that would be relative to recent history of success i think one point but certainly in his mind it's a nightmare job at the moment pretty oviously for many dimensions.

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"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

"For raring to get a second hike anytime soon and athenahealth's and bamboo ben out star on the today programme to john really convince people that you know they really were determined to raise interest rates and you know you better watch out i think i think markets is still a little bit skeptical and i think it rule comes down to this question of what is the impact of brexit i think it's pretty clear that the brakes is having an impact on the economy but the judgment the connie on the bank of england have made is that it's having an impact not just on what people are spending and therefore the demands or the economy but it's having impact on the potential grew free of the economy particularly if businesses and particularly international businesses are gonna invest less in the uk than all the rate at which the uk economy can grow before it starts generating inflation might be significantly lower than it was and of course this comes after long period of very weak relative degrees there was quite a pessimistic picture from the bank of the room the despite sluggish growth to raise rates i think this this rate hike is probably justified i personally would be body my time for the next one is pets worth noting that in addition to the very important point troop it's made nettie migration is slowing dramatic but that's been an important source of increase of the labor force and that's another reason why the bank is justified i think you believing pretty obviously few a european succumbing that the supply potential of the uk economy will grow more slowly than it would otherwise have dr and after all that was the point of brexit wasn't it well as we said in the and and then ft at a tower this week martin that essentially what mark height was take out a slight insurance policy wet.

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"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to ft politics the financial times his podcast on all things british politics i've sebastian pain and if this week's episode we'll be discussing the unraveling sexual harassment scandal at westminster and the bank of england's decision to raise interest rates ahead of the budget i'm delighted to be joined by all political edited george parka public policy correspondent helen wall chief economics commentator martin wolf and portfolio manager blacklock loop at harrison thank you for joining it has been another to mochis week if british politics since the last one throughout this week a rolling series of allegations have been made about the past recent and further conduct of mps and ministers was outing in the shock resignation of defense secretary michael follow the even more shocking elevation of gavin williamson from the whips selfish to the ministry of defence questions a hang in the air about what is coming next weather will be further departures from the cabinet and once again whether theresa may can survive this crisis george parka westminster has a slightly end of days failed to it at the moment i am i argued there this week that this could have a similar impact the public's perception of politics as the mps expenses scandals someone who was there then and there now um what's the general atmosphere like surf fair for some sour at spray defensive a new right the mps to fail comparisons between this and the expenses scandal some of them think this could be more damaging scandal four mps and sensors is human beings involved rather than just cash so yet it's a fearful atmosphere it so cutting across party lines of course but i think for a political points beauts especially dangerous for theresa make him without conservatives all the governing party and frankly they got enough problems on their plates trying to deal with brexit with no majority in my money now this comes along it is a huge blow to the to the may government as well as to the body politic of british politics it's quite amazing this all started with the harvey weinstein scanner think nobody could predict it is would have gone from hollywood all the way to westminster.

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"westminster" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"westminster" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Bridge and the much to attack but that were seen over the recent paused an increased number of individuals trying to coerce tara in our society so if you look at for example for the murder of horrible murder refusing to lee rigby up until the westminster bridge terrorist tighter longterm icl will hitler's that numerous point the there was thirteen attempts between the republics murder and westminster bridge which we thought it the police thwarted since to westminster bridge took up until no this is now the f a attacked five we've thought it afraid we're seeing a big one four cut through five thwarted so london bridge westminster bridge that much to this and by large muslim tend to be we're seeing a pattern of people not use in wars christmas she has a sophisticated method but individuals inverted commas inspired to do these horrible acts and that's why i make the point with gore was going to be calm but vigilant to make sure we're resilient stop by your has been radicalised but also we did what we can't keeper out fellow londoners and fellow citizens say of course use the word inspired there rather than controlled by orchestrated by or directed by that's an important distinction isn't it what i would of this particular antonio i take lepore about all the incidents that you have been talking about what i'm trying to get out is whether there is more of it about now than their war was previously and to what extent these being orchestrated by malign forces will the evidence we have to go and so far is a low these approach be a used the words in inverted commas copycat slush inspiring individuals are trying to eat occur acts of terror sometimes a freight successfully a based upon their own inspiration some of those we know all all in radicalize indoctrinated brainwashed by the internet via social media some can be by an individual person uh the cookies there on a safe spaces inside places of worship now for these these radicalize is to preach hatred or the spaces because the police in in the communities in such a good job close them down but afraid we do know that the senate and the viability of speeches and sermons a twitter facebook but all these other forms of social media.

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