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"whaley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Positively in the support and you're bringing up. It's kind of like you. Same bolt trains for four years to run ten seconds. Todd spins hours on twelve seconds. Ten thing it's okay bowl twins gold medal really we're to do. Todd's like that that Hurdler that we had from haiti in sixteen where you think. I can even jump that high to get march that obstacle couldn't get into the mid portion of that thing that's this video that seat and brought out or and brought out. His twenty mclovin did the olympics in rio twenty sixteen. And they're doing the one hundred and ten meter high hurdles or something and there's this guy who's in the ninth lane. He's out of haiti and he's like pointing to his wrist like it's my time and he's putting up number one and he looks like he he walked onto the track and he was an impostor and he didn't even make it over he made it through up to half of the first hurdle he didn't make it like the just clipped it. He he went right into it. A flipped over for a second. I thought he didn't see her for something. Had a vision issue that lay sick or something. He couldn't see the hurdle. It's it's just where you're going it it it's it's awesome. It's so great. I mean thank god. He wasn't hurt but it just so much fun it. We laughed. we. I just keep playing play it again. Play it again. Great stuff all right. We'll take a break when we come back. We'll talk to an actor. Frank whaley who was in field of dreams also pulp fiction. He's in the famous scene with samuel jackson. He's brad and Samuel jackson is not happy with brad and some of his roommates in this apartment and of course he was in field of dreams. And we'll talk to him about the both of those roles when we return coming up on eighteen after the hour. This is the dan patrick show. Discover the discover card and you will discover a lot of different things. How amazing is this. 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Nineteen what we are spe- visit get vaccine answers dot org for information on the cove nineteen vaccines. It's up to you brought to you by the ad council. We are up on the show. The nascar cup series heads to the brickyard to take on a road course for the very first time witnessed the start of a new tradition sunday at one eastern on. Nbc field of dreams. Last night in iowa kevin. costner was. They're coming out from the corn. You had the yankees. The white sox was great tv. And paulie goes. We need to get. We need to get frank. Whaley on my buddy. I go all right well. He of course played the young archie moonlight graham infield dreams. Of course he was in pulp fiction as well been on the show a couple of times. Good to have you back frank When people bring up field of dreams what did they ask. Can i spare a few dollars. Oh yes Paid for that role it was it was many many years ago. Probably i was I was young. I was probably paid the screen actors. Guild minimum weekly And those days Few hundred dollars. But i was happy to have the gig. What were you told in the audition. I i i remember not They didn't give me the script they just had this Some pages from the scenes that i was in. So i had to kind of deduce Myself but they just told me you know to be to keep a natural recall. And you know it's hard to remember. That was many many years ago. But i was a lot of actors in my age range at that time. Wanted that role because it was. You know it was talked about you know. Wouldn't you think though when you read the script. I mentioned it yesterday when you look at that and you go okay hey. This is the premise for the script. You're going really like they're gonna make a movie on. And i mean kostner said. It's the most dangerous movie ever made. Because he didn't know of people are going to laugh at it and spit it back out at him. What did you think when you you heard the premise for i felt the same it was. It was a different obviously different kind of sports film. That than we're used to. Although i guess the natural head that sort of same same kind of feel to it but yet i wasn't sure what to make of it at all And i felt the same way it was hard. It was hard to really know how it was gonna come out although it was a really good script and obviously had a great cast so there was. There was some high hopes for it from my perspective. When do you meet consular. We all got together before we started filming in california for for re through and it was it was it. Was everybody in this in this loft on hollywood boulevard Assembled around this table and i was a nervous wreck. Burt lancaster was there. James jones damn couldn't believe what. I was not not long before i was. I was selling.
"whaley" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"To be. The first woman elected governor of ohio As you've mentioned. Ohio has never elected a governor. A woman governor let alone. We've even we've never even nominated one to run in the governor's race in ohio. So you're a little ahead of us in georgia around that but look as we keep doing the same things over and over again and putting forward the same type of candidates over and over again. Guess what we're going to get the same results and that clearly isn't working for everyday ohioans. I think we need to have a fresh new kind of leadership And i think it's time it's time to show that in in the state of ohio so You know. I i am. I'm excited about this opportunity. I know. I know it's a little harder but it's so important and i honestly when i talk to people jasmine. They're amazed that we have never even run anybody in ohio yet. It's been a woman so the time is clearly pass. And it's time to change that here in ohio definitely. I agree So when i had to run for office here in georgia. I ended up running both times against the prototypical. Like family man and all of his campaign material made sure that it featured his wife as well as children have really big family. And that was jackson. Juxtaposed next to me you know a single woman And so. I realized very quickly. That wasn't just running against him as an individual on our merits as who would be the best for the position. But i was actually running against him as a man. Doing what men quote. Do you know looking at your race. It looks like you are also running against someone who's very similar to the guy that iran against that family guy you know persona. How are you approaching the race from the lens of like gender roles and expectations about demeanor. Well i'm done this. Before as mayor of dayton right You know the top two hundred cities in the country. There's only about Forty of us. Maybe a little less than forty of us that are women trying play. I'm quite used to having to show a different kind of leadership that or different vision of leadership than what people are expecting. And you know like you. Jasmine were younger right so a lot of the women whose shoulders we stand on. We're actually women that had raised. Their children had like had their whole careers and then they ran for office in. What's really exciting right now. Is you have women that are younger. That are doing all of that and running which is berry. I think just a really exciting time for leadership and look. I think what i'm trying to do..
"whaley" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"Coming up next week rachel interviews. Her husband retired lieutenant colonel alexander victim and defended and hear matters. Rachel and alex will discuss his decision to do the right thing and testify against trump. His brand new book here right matters and a lot more. Don't miss that interview next week on the suburban women problem our guest. Today is a phenomenal woman who has been committed to public service. For many years she has served as the mayor of dayton ohio. Since two thousand thirteen and she's now running for governor of ohio nan. Whaley welcome to the suburban women. Problem is so great to be on. I've been watching a jasmine and listening to this for awhile time. It's a huge honor to get to be on today. Thank you out. So you and i are both in public service and i told my story on the podcast about how i decided to run for state representative in georgia in order to bring a science voice to policy making To the table. So can you tell us about why you. I decided to get into politics in into public service. Well jasmine i have a science background. I was actually a chemistry major in in college. I'm a first generation college grad. And you know when you're first generation college a lotta times. Your parents say like okay. You know business or science background like you need to go get a degree that you can put right to work. And so that's why i have that major. It was a great experience while i was in college. I decided to just start volunteering. At the lake headquarters democratic headquarters of the of dayton. And i took a bus down. Organiz the college democrats than got active But when i think about it my parents really drove this decision for me because the like the very first memory i have as a child. I'm told the story around. Ohio is actually of the reagan. Carter debates. I was born in nineteen seventy six. The reagan carter but debates were nineteen eighty. And i remember my mom being very upset. And you know i can remember the The couch that was like a plaid one thousand nine hundred seventy s couch in the living room. And i think my first memory because my mom was upset and i said you know what..
Police: 4 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting on Chicago's South Side
"U. S. mayors asked president Joe Biden for help to curb growing gun violence in their cities it is getting worse Dayton Ohio mayor nan Whaley the new president of the U. S. conference of mayors twenty seven mayors have signed a letter to president Biden calling for federal help as mass killings another gun violence continue to climb Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot every day in America needlessly yes we do need Washington to wake up to this reality Tuesday's online conference came hours after four people were killed and four others wounded in a shooting at a home in Chicago several mass shootings over the weekend in several cities still concerns about a spike in gun violence heading into the summer I'm Tim McGuire
US Court Says 'Ghost Gun' Plans Can Be Posted Online
"A federal appeals court in San Francisco's ruled that designs for three D. printed ghost guns can be posted online without approval from the state department a divided panel of the ninth circuit court of appeals reinstated a trump administration order that ghost guns could be taken off the munitions watch list that require state department approval before that type of weapon could be exported twenty two states and the district of Columbia has sued the administration last year but according to the San Francisco Chronicle the appellate panel found federal law prohibits courts from overruling state department decisions on the munitions list the lone dissenting judge Robert Whaley argues making ghost guns more accessible presents a serious threat to public safety noting that type of weapon has been linked to several mass shootings I'm Jackie Quinn
House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week
"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news
Some Mayors Sound Alarm About What Happens If Federal Relief Falls Short
"Down to the wire on Capitol Hill. After a months long political tug of war with very real consequences. Consequences, like whether jobless Americans facing hunger or eviction will get any more relief whether businesses will have more help to stay in business. And whether cities and states get federal dollars to help a police, firefighters, teachers and other crucial employees. Dayton, Ohio's Nan Whaley has been one of the mayor's sounding the alarm about what happens if federal relief fall short. She's a Democrat, and she joins us now to talk about her concerns. Welcome back to all things considered glad to be with you all today. So tell me, what do you see happening specifically in Dayton, Ohio, if, as it looks to be the case, aid to state and local governments just Doesn't make it into this package. Lawmakers are negotiating on Capitol Hill. Well, it will have a direct effect on city services this past year to get through 2020. We had 102 employees take a voluntary separation program, so we have huge holes throughout the organization that we haven't re aligned yet. For example, housing inspection. You know, the number of folks retired in housing inspection. And so that makes housing inspection pretty much almost non existent right now And then for our 21 budget, which is balanced because we are a local government, we must always balance our budget. We have no police class for 21. No fire class either. So that will mean you know as people retire, You know, we have. Ah, pretty, You know, robots. Attrition rate that one class equals the people coming in. We will have less police officers and firefighters in 21. We ask you. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has often called the relief that you are waiting for that is state and local relief. He calls that a blue state bailout you know, sending money to places that haven't managed their budgets well, is how he has characterized it. What do you say to that characterization? Well, Iet's so off base. He just has no sense of what's going on on the ground and what's happening in normal people's lives. The fact of the matter is is when the first care package came The top 38 cities in the country did receive significant relief. The thousands of other communities that people live in did not receive any so we're talking about small towns, Cities cities much smaller than Dayton. That haven't seen any sort of fiscal help. And this is where the rubber meets the road in the frontline workers are so that's what's so frustrating about this, you know is it has nothing to do with the facts on the ground or what we're seeing in our communities. It just has everything to do. With the political football game of the D. C. Beltway that said, politics aside, some jurisdictions have actually seen their tax revenues pick up since the start of the pandemic. So the urgency to help those particular jurisdictions isn't as great right now. What is the case? For Dayton. Well, we've We've lost millions of dollars this year and expect the recovery to be very slow in 21. I mean, we still don't have the vaccine in the city of Dayton this week. So you know, we aren't one of these big cities that has all the assets and access to those kind of things. So so your front line health care workers, your senior citizens? They're not getting vaccinated right now. Right now. No, we're not going to start until Christmas Eve is my understanding. If we get the Madonna vaccine, we have got no Fizer vaccine in Montgomery County or in Dayton. So There are lots of places across the country like Dayton that is still waiting. And still, you know, mired in a very slow economy. You know, when this Senate was negotiating they had revenue loss is part of the decision. Absolutely, you know, put put it population and revenue loss. But at the end of the day, the vast majority of small communities and local communities are hurting. And what do we do? We provide police service We provide fire service. We pick up your trash. We fill your potholes. We move the snow. We provide your water, these air, not fancy things we're doing and it's not something that's a Democrat way or Republican way of doing this work, and that's what's so frustrating to me is You know, the D C Beltway has gotten so out of touch that they don't even understand the work that local governments do every day for everyday citizens. So let me ask you as this debate in Washington over coronavirus relief has gone on and on on on. How have you been explaining it to people in Dayton? I think people you know, definitely. Local community leaders have been watching this for months and months, and, you know, I think that's what people are saying they're seeing a D. C Beltway mentality that is so out of touch of what's going on and everybody's lives on the ground and And you know that's hard for me, too, because I believe that you know if they stopped playing games and would just do what the American public needs, it would help and still trust in our government something I really want to have to just give us what we need to get through this pandemic. It's not You know, Cities faults. It's nobody's fault. We're in this situation. The federal government needs to step up and do that. Nan Whaley is the mayor of Dayton, Ohio. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, it's great to be on thank you so much for caring about our local communities.
UnifyID: Biometric Authentication with John Whaley
"John Welcome to show. Hey, great to be here. You work at unify ID a company CO founded and you do biometric authentication is that mean? So, there's all these things that are very unique about each Each of us the most common type of biometric authentication. You know about these things like like fingerprints you know everybody essentially everyone's fingerprint is unique and then record that and then know that that is that whether Jew or not I mean. So what we do something called behavioral biometric, which basically incentive looking at something static like your fingerprint will look at your behavior like this dynamic behavior, you do things like. The way that you walk or the way that you hold your phone or you know there's this millions of other little Ideo little habits and idiosyncrasies that you have, and then use that for authentication and by doing that, we are able to get something that's very seamless that just doesn't require you to require any conscious user action. You can just be yourself and there's enough that's unique about you. We can actually indicate you based on that and it's continuous so you don't need to. Get up. Walk away from a computer you put your phone down. You know somebody else picks it up things like that. We're able to detect that that change and then know whether it's you in a very seamless way. I feel like biometric authentication has been a thing for a while there have been a lot of companies that have tried to do this. Why is unify different? Yes. So the biggest differences is the type of factors of us. We've focused entirely on passive factors. So things that that don't require any conscious user action to do I. think that's always been the challenge with any form of authentication is the users as the the the human beings just human nature I mean people are naturally lazy and they like they don't want to go through these additional authentication steps because it adds friction to the user experience I mean if you look at the way that people choose passwords, I, mean there's been plenty of information about. You know with Patrick Breaches and how to choose a good password, etc. You know if you look at every year, the list of reach passwords, it's always the same traditional, one, two, three, four, five, six, or the word password these those type of things, and so you know get changing human behavior is really hard. Now I, mean if you look at just historically across technology like there's always been a shift where initially human beings have to adapt to the limitations of technology and eventually technology reaches a point where humans where it can adapt to humans and the way that they are and so authentication is not a new problem in it. I mean it goes back to. Prehistoric Times in any social creature needs the ability to then identify and authenticate like are you who you say you are is this. Are you part of group or not? You know that's the this goes back a longtime y'all before technology existed and the way the people had always did in the past was you know you'll get their face you hear their voice you see that you know the context under which you see them maybe possessions things like that. But it was always very natural thing and then passwords came along around four hundred and fifty years ago now, and so this was very much of adapting to the limitations of technology. Let me enter these know these sequence of of symbols and numbers and letters, and that's how you know whether it's going to be it. It'll be me right but that's not the way that that people had traditionally identified themselves in the past. and. I think it's about time that no. Now Technology has now reached the point where individuals can be themselves, and then there's enough sensors and people's lives as well as technology reached the point that you can identify people just for better natural behavior rather than having them do something explicit. So you know the difference is because we're doing this completely passively it opens up a lot more different use cases where you don't really have to change the user experience. You have a much more seamless user experience like opening a door, for example. You, know with our technology like you, we make Sdk you can link into any IOS or android APP. We also have components are Web Java script as well but you know you walk up to a door and you have the APP installed, and then the door already knows that it's you and then the you know the the the doors unlock-, you don't need to take out your phone and do something extra and so for use cases where you have security concerns but you also care about these or experience that's that's where. Our technology really comes to play.
Dayton's Road to Pandemic Recovery
"We've been taking a look around the country at how different cities or dealing with the fallout from the pandemic. Today we head to Dayton Ohio unlike other places Dayton hasn't been a hot spot for the coronavirus and the death toll has been low but the pandemic is just the latest in a series of struggles. The city has faced in the past year our reporter Doug Belkin visited the city recently and joins me now Doug Dayton Ohio has been through a lot in recent years even before the pandemic from natural disasters to rising numbers of deaths the OPIOID crisis. Can you tell us a little? Bit more about the position Dayton was in before the pandemic it. It's a fascinating town. It really punched above. Its weight for a long time. Many years ago it was a home of a lot of innovation. The Wright brothers came from there there are a lot of major manufacturing companies and engineering companies that really employed thousands of people and built a Beautiful City in the early twentieth century. The housing stock is really lovely. But it fell on hard times. A lot of those companies moved south to chase cheaper labor and the revenue into the city declined significantly and then they had really hard shock. The financial crisis in two thousand and seven and eight pulled a lot of jobs out that didn't return and then the opiate crisis that was really ground zero. It's a lot of highways going in and out of Dayton and it made it a kind of a pitstop for these drugs and they were just hundreds and over the years. Thousands of people who overdosed from opioids. So they were very hard and then last summer they had a string of horrible tragedies. They had a tornado that wiped out part of the town and killed people they had A mass shooting in downtown shopping district that killed nine people and injured another twenty people and they had a Klu Klux Klan rally Which really hard for the people there so last year was very difficult moment for them and all of that brings us up now to the pandemic and Ohio responded to the coronavirus pandemic with one of the nation's strictest lockdowns how has the corona virus now impacted Dayton and our elected officials grappling with it so the virus itself has not taken deep root there the shutdown or have been very effective or at least the pandemic did not make huge inroads. There's been about fifteen people who've died in Dayton of a city of one hundred forty thousand six hundred confirmed cases so the sickness has been. You know it's the specter has there but the fear was a major problem in the shutdown and the economic implications of the shutdown have been dramatic. And what we wrote about in the story was a lot of of what that's done to the economy to the people in the town to the churches in the town and even to the revenue of the city. And how they're gonNA deal with it and how they're sort of handcuffed because they will have less revenue to keep their social safety net strong so we spoke to the mayor of the City Nan. Whaley WHO's trying to lead the community through this and this is what she had to say. And when since we all become mayors because you can see directly the impact you make you get to make decisions and you have this control but the more you do it the more you realize the less control you really have. So what she's talking about here is the fact that these these tragedies that happened last summer in the pandemic it's going on now are all national and international issues. The handgun issue is a national problem. The racism issue that the KKK was part of is obviously a national issue tornadoes. That came through As part of the change in climate and this pandemic as part of a global problem and one thing that they all have in common that the mayor belief is that the federal response has not been robust enough to help cities and towns and they are ending up dealing with these problems by themselves with much smaller resources than the federal government. Has IT Doug? You also spoke to members of the Dayton community. What did you hear from them about how they're coping right now? So a lot of folks were really knocked back on their heels by the shutdown A lot of business owners you know. Obviously they shut down their businesses and they were concerned that they wouldn't be able to restart them and a lot of folks were laid off from their jobs. I spoke to one woman named bridget. Hadn't who has had to dig into her children's college savings account to get by these last few months. And here's bridget. I think this is going to Their their futures. They're gonNA come out of this with a lot of debt Things that they shouldn't have to endure at their ages. I planned for this. I planned in plan for this so that they wouldn't have to do this and now I'm giving into their college funds just to be able to survive day to day and we know that the people around the country are digging into their children's college savings account to get through these periods of unemployment. This is a national issue. And it's it's playing out in Dayton along with everyone else and a big question that all of us are grappling with now is what happens next when the pandemic is over and and what does our new normal look like. Here's mayor naturally again in what she had to say about that. I do think during the tragedies of Dayton last year I did feel the region really come together to support the city. The city center which was very special. I worry that that could go away. Because of the WACO vid puts people in their corner really fast both politically and like literally in the corner. You know in their home. Dave chapelle lives in that area. The wonderful comedian and he gave a show after the the mass shooting to help bring the community together and to heal the community and one thing that the mayor said was that that's not possible now. People can't gather here show so she asked. How do you heal a community? That's gone
"whaley" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"With. twenty two players, so that's GonNa be tough and and. These rookies are gonNA. Come back and say hey I need to make an impression quickly, so they're going to be pushing as hard as possible and unfortunately I think you're going to have a lot of soft tissue injuries where these guys are GonNa be set back even further so like you said any tribulation from a rookie. This year is is definitely a bonus. Are It with all the changes. They have to make in the league this year in order for BA games to safely be held. What do you envision? The League looking like in the fall. If I was a betting man I would say you have games, but I do not. Foresee A. Sold out stadiums I I mean unless they come up with a testing method that can give instantaneous results I mean just think about how long it takes the interstate stadium before the pandemic. So now you adding another layer of something to do before you can enter. A lot of people are gonNA say hey, maybe well. I know a lot of Pittsburgh say. Let's just tell them to watch it on the TV so I. It's just GonNa. Be Hard to entice people if you have to have a forty five to an hour and a half. Entrance Process but I I do firmly believe that we'll have games going on I. Just don't see the stadiums being pack. Well, as you mentioned tailgating I gotta ask you. Is Bills Mafia truly in a class by itself. Words cannot describe. That and I mean I just can't describe it it is. It is something that if anybody, there are certain stadiums you have to go see if you're a football, nut and bills, it's not the stadium. It's just the everything that goes around the bills game. It's the most collegiate field in the NFL and teams they they definitely were in awe when they drove into the stadium What with the going on on in the parking lot it was it was just truly amazing. So. Most recently you are a director of player development for the the xfl. which unfortunately do the pandemic was not able to get launch and I'm wondering if you didn't suggest Vince McMahon that he just I. Hire a bunch of bills mafia to develop tailgating standards around the League in the XFL. My idea of the XFL was the inside of the Games was basically going to be like a bills parking lot. While it was it was it was proposed, but he wanted to say a little. Entice them with the football first, and then we'll get them with the gimmicks afterwards yeah. Allah unfortunately yeah that. Couldn't play out due to the circumstances in the world right now, but look man. We appreciate you making time for us this morning. As always our buddy, doug whaley stay safe brother. We'll talk to you soon. No doubt everybody please. Stay safe and give all the first responders. Right on. Thanks so much Doug Whaley. Who was? Director of NFL scouting for the steelers for a number of years, bills GM and most recently, he was basically like the GM of. The XFL you know director of player, development I think or player personnel or something like that I should've asked him what his title was, but. I'm Kinda bummed that the xfl didn't happen Mike I think it would have been a much more entertaining product than once. It got going, and you know gained a little momentum I. Know People Are Always Skeptical about another league starting and having success, but they had with Oliver Lock Wales and Vince throwing all that money into it. They had a pretty good head start. Tough to compete. Tough to come off and even even when you're not doing it at the same time of the year, I was really into the USFL in the early eighties because I was in college. Then they'd let us go to. There was a team called the Michigan Panthers. They'd let us get press credentials, and you could go eat for free to press box when your Sophomore College. That's a big deal. That went away because they decided one guy in particular. That he wanted to start paying way more money than they were supposed to compete with the NFL and whole thing went over the cliff, but NFL's a tough brand mess with man. football's popular but I don't know if a pro league is ever GonNa. Make it in the United States that initials are not NFL. Stands, however next our vows news coming up next. What do you got there Valerie? I have several Carol Baskin updates for you this morning. Carol, even by asking. That plus another dip into the virtual Valedictorian vaults on the way for year on the game. I read this morning? There are more. Tigers in backyards of Americans. There are in the wild. How that you mean by captain, those reserves like the. Exotic pets. Not just like in somebody's backyard. That's what I meant like people keeping. Yeah the re. Is. How do we get rid of the my Lebanon? Deer population one word. Monte core. Population Randy, Bellman and the morning show. R.I.P Roy. There wasn't.
"whaley" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Up. There is picking them out from from the field, but. I I like duck a lot. I hope that he has a long fruitful career. I'm just looking out for him. That's all. Yeah, no, the good looking out, the PFC, commented from Barstool Sports. Part of my take podcast great interview with the undertaker this week. To make sure you check those guys out this this week. Great shows as always thanks so much man. We'll talk to you soon. Thank, you take. A PFC comment from Barstool sports up next Mike. Will Give you the lowdown on how the NHL plans to return an Doug Whaley talking about the future. The NFL and Good to have dug back on the show, coming up here in a little bit and talk about the amendment proposed amendments to the rule that got shot down. Something needs to be done, but that wasn't. What could they do to? Improve that situation in NFL hiring policy. That's all coming up here on the days. Sports! I here's Michael. Pseudo sports on TV. Sports is brought to you by dormont appliance the NHL Making progress toward a twenty fourteen conference based playoff format for its anticipated restart that according to Elliot. Friedman of sports net the reported yesterday. That progress is being made. A format that would include. The top four seeds based on a points percentage in each conference, getting a first by an teams five through twelve. Playing off in best of five series five against twelve six against eleven, and so forth while that's taking place while those best of five elimination series are being staged the teams with Byes. would be playing each other. A No risk tournament just to kind of get up to speed and play some games before they have to play. Elimination Games. the League apparently does not want to have teams coming off a by not having played a real game since early March, taking on team coming out of a series in an elimination scenario, but the way it would work and could work and. And might work. Is that once? Those best of five series are completed? You'd be down to sixteen teams, and it would be a best of seven series by series the rest of the way four rounds to the Stanley Cup they would do it according to ESPN in two hub cities. At least that's where the momentum is headed as we speak, no fans in attendance would not be. Your typical run of the Mill Stanley Cup playoff format, but famous defenseman. Brian Newman doesn't care. He spoke this month about badly wanting a shot to win the cup. No matter what that involves no matter what it does or does not include. They can't take it away from you. I mean when in cup. No matter where? I mean if. In my driveway, that'd be fine with me if we were playing for the Stanley Cup. I mean that's something that you don't eat. You don't need. Much other motivation other than that in, and that's what it is for me. it kind of without fans or without a lot of the stuff that involves Stanley Cup playoffs it of. Back to my childhood stuff of when we're just plain out. There funded and background Waren might squirts. We're going to these NHL Arenas and there's no one in the crowd, but we had. To win the game as much as possible, so That's reminds it my my mindsets, AD and I think they ultimate goal. is Stanley Cup still. Mike I Still I still go with my initial proposal that it has to be layered Stanley's teacup or some variation of it, because it's just not the same. And you know they can raise it, but it won't be the same trophy. One of my neighbors came up with a great idea. Put a big wedge of lime on it and call it the Corona Cup. Perfect..
"whaley" Discussed on KCRW
"A heart attack on his birthday and the last fall the house will it lived in since he was little got too expensive for his mother and the family had to move out the house is on the east side and the tornado didn't touch it even still in a drive by there look at the house and wonder what it would have been like if the tornado hit we still lived at that house you know and how will you know I wonder if you know if I still lived there with the tornadoes come that way and have it is there you know because you know maybe is it because there's somebody you know that I was going after you know and if I did live in the other house you know that maybe I would have you know that tornado probably when it came out those are on the side you know that I probably still would have came through and add some to the houses just absolutely I think it was an active teach me a lesson you know in a couple ways like when Whaley stuff would be cool if we had a tornado this town you know that have some exciting going on and then I was like oh Hey I have a tornado and I need to feel about it only I felt like she because the storm to Friday night before the tornado mean adding or driving a class and to hang out with some friends and I was like you know it is like I've never seen a tornado it's like I really want to see one sometimes they only any other really scary saying I've seen a couple you know but I've never actually been in line I was like I know I was like well let me crazy you know if it really did happen the like twenty four hours almost exactly later you know the next night a tornado comes and takes out our houses it was pretty freaky I was like oh my gosh I remember after the tried or I got home I was crying I was taking my mom and I just like I swear I made this happen in my mom's like no I need to.
"whaley" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Now we're back we're back a how are you. How are you doing? How's your pain? Level has your pain tolerance. How yeah we have you been outside? Have you been outside We just WANNA make sure you're doing okay. I know it's kind of weird right now. It's tough but it's also very weird. It's very traumatic. Knows reach out to us. Yeah if you just want to chat just WanNa WanNa talk shop. Yeah we've been sending out little cadillac. Because they talk shit. No one talks. Shit. You WanNa talk show. We'll talk show. I'll talk Shit Shit all day so if you WanNa Talk Shit you know direction you talk shop you come in this direction options with us and so many fortune fish left so he wanNA little package will. Now thank you. We're happy to send it. We're happy to send it out and we're making it seem like it's for your benefit but it's more for hours because we get very lonely so lonely through little selfish of us that we want to have someone to chat with also for full disclosure our patron we taken Some of the money and we've donated to Cuba nineteen charities use charity tracker and found the best rated ones that no one could be like. I don't think this is good. You know I don't yeah. We want to make sure. The money's going to the right place of two masks a vaccine research all the stuff. No stopping in the middle for six course. Brief upset matched all that with our with our own. So if you were looking for some good Karma you got it automatically. I don't know if you were looking for it but you just happen to get some beautiful. Your bank accounts going up your skin's clearing up your ex Mrs you terribly and the next month we will do the same thing and we pick some different charities. If you have any suggestions to suggestions of charities that will benefit either locally or regionally or worldwide We just want to kind of put back into Very thankful to get to get to do this. Also you know things that we don't always think about although I'm sure plenty of people do. Is People dealing with addiction? Yeah Right now. Under these circumstances gotTa make it more difficult than we will have in our lives that have dealt with addiction and enjoy a personal personal things and I. It's got to be really hard but our friend Jay Shiffman has a podcast called choosers struggle. And it's about addiction. He's a mental health and addiction speaker. A writer consultant coach. He's an advocate and he's a cool dude. He's listen to. We're not listen. We don't listen to us but also this. This seems very important and like this guy has natural skill set the unlike us no skills but if you go to Shiffman DOT COM J. A. Y. S. H. I F. M. A. N. dot com. Check out. Choose your struggle and or you know just just to be more empathetic to hear about you know dealing with people that you love and around you. That have addiction issues. Re to rate review from apple podcasts. So if you can review and apple podcasts. Super Helpful to us. It's wants from fairweather. Fairweather feather Zimmer. The friend because I would have gotten the name wrong. Yeah fairweather feather noxious. Another true crime cast. There are a lot of podcast but none of the banter between these two in addition to the crime bites. Everyone craves nowadays. Thank you so if you want to and now I know we've kind of brought it down a little bit. Let's bring it back up with some huntings and suicides and murders taking up and Marito's and Marito's do not forget so back to Thomas Whaley. He retired in eighteen. Eighty eight died. His State Street residents in eighteen. Ninety in one thousand nine Francis Whaley decided to make the house a pet project of his and restored at pretty decently making it into a tourist attraction in fact he restarted so well it became such a cool tourist attraction that his big sister Anna Thomas's widow Francis George and Karen. Who is a quiet librarian at the time? Who carried a gun wherever she went decided? Just all move back in happily hard to say couldn't find anything about it. Anna died in the house in one thousand. Thirteen Francis died after Korean. Lived there until she died in nineteen fifty-three left under the youngest ueli child's watch. The house became dilapidated begin. But I was not alone. Not In the most haunted house in America. In fact house was originally said to be haunted when the Whaley family themselves moved in they told the San Diego Union that they heard heavy footsteps in the house which they thought was the ghost of Yankee Jim Robinson hanging there years before according to Whaley House Dot. Org a visitor to the museum back in nineteen sixty two mentioned that the ghost of Yankee. Jim Drove her family from their visit. They're more than sixty years earlier. Her mother was unnerved by the Phantom walking noise and the strange way the windows unlatched and flew up. Really getting your money's worth if you're going to haunted house and all this stuff happens as the. Whaley family passed on one by one. They also just seemed to stay. Thomas Willie is a popular citing in the house especially on the upper landing and especially by children. The museum's former curator June reading said we had a little girl perhaps five or six years old who waved to a man she said was standing in the parlour. We couldn't see him but often children sensitivity is greater than adults. Anna Whaley can be seen in the downstairs rooms or on the garden and nights and sixty four Mrs Willie's floating drifting spirit appeared to television personality. Regis Philbin heard of him. All of a sudden I noticed something on the wall. Philbin reported there was something filming white. It looked like an apparition of some kind. I got so excited. I couldn't restrain myself. I flipped on the flashlight and nothing was there but a portrait of Anna Whaley the long dead mistress of the house so Regis Philbin says something is haunted. I mean you're GonNa believe I am some people here. Eighteen month old son Thomas Junior screaming or laughing throughout the house. Little Baby Ghost then. There's sad violet Ueli who lingers morosely on the second floor where she almost exclusively hung out during the last year for life. Then there's a non wheel to throw in the mix a small dark woman with full Calico or Gingham skirt reaching the floor and gold earrings. There's a little long haired girl goes to seen around. Who's rumored to be one of the ways children's friends who accidentally broke her neck on a low hanging clothes line in the backyard. Which again is not. It's it's a story. No real evidence of that. Maybe just made up by dozen. They're hard to say there's even though. A small spotted ghosts seen in the house. That is the shape of a dog. That may be wheelies. Terrier named Dolly Varden. Full name for a terrier first and last if you don't believe me I've got some trip advisor. Reviews that my corroborate the fact that this house is incredibly haunted. This awesome though. Since ghost drove me out as a preteen I read Hans Holders Account of this investigation the Whaley House with his psychic medium civil leak. This was thirty years ago and I had forgotten about it until I was out in San Diego and business and came across the Whaley House during a trolley tour. I couldn't remember much about the history of the House but decided to be fun to take the tour. The doses were absolutely amazing. They shared so much history in the house including the recent discovery of journals written by one of the families daughters interesting without their insights would have just been a regular old house tour but they brag to life. I walked around the House hoping to have some sort of ghostly experienced felt nothing until I went into the bedroom at the top of the stairs on the second floor the one containing two beds. Don't get confused with WanNa Cross with one bed. I didn't know anything about the room. Other than the information provided in the literature with some basic information about some of the items in the room the moment I took the corner to go into that room I had an enormous feeling of despair and panic. It was so terrifying. I had to leave as I was walking out the front door of the House. Told one of the doses. What happened to me and asked about the history of that particular room. He explained that the willies daughter Violet. Who attempted to kill herself in July? Eighteen eighty five did kill. Herself was confined to that room under suicide. Watch during the exact time hundred thirty four years ago so he said it made sense and I would have those feelings in those room. I went next door to the building. White purchased the admission ticket and spoke to another dose of their who confirmed that many people felt the same way Matt Room including herself and that although she wouldn't say it publicly since I brought it up. She agreed that violet is in that room. How about this one? If you want to photograph ghostly beings this is the place to be. I have recently come to the San Diego area on business for several months and since I enjoy the paranormal I chose to check out the Whaley House. Since my first visit on April thirteenth. Twenty twelve. Which happened to also be Friday. The thirteenth. I cannot seem to get enough. I have a Fuji Digital Camera and the photos I've gotten from my visits have been everything from comical to downright frightening. I take multiple photos that each of the rooms and then up the outside windows. Many of my photos are posted on the Whaley House. Facebook page for everyone to enjoy some of the photos of the ghosts include the wiliest native Americans caricatures animals cartoon characters demonic figures. The dead and a couple would appear to be things from another world for lack of a better term. I've seen things in my photos that are bit troubling and others that send chills down my spine. As I'm scanning the photos for images I've also experienced sensations inside the house as deep pressure in my chest while standing in the doorway of the master bedroom a choking sensation in several areas of the house cold spots the hair on the back of my neck and arm standing on end while in the kitchen area on the outside of the house at the window in my view. Finder start moving in a circle was holding the camera perfectly still and was overcome with a strong sense of nausea. There's no doubt in my mind that there is a lot of paranormal activity in that house. It does take being perceptive of what you're sensing to realize when you come across something to truly improve your chances of capturing something photos take lots of them download them on your computer and look closely because these guys do love to cheese for the camera and many times you will see them looking right back at you. All right got one last one ghostbusters. One of the most haunted homes in the US. Go here October at night if you love go stuff for small building in. Today's standards is packed with stories. It has a great history and scared the poop out of redes- Feldman if you're an old town this is one of the highlights of the area. It is authentic and not fake. There's paranormal activity within those walls. We just felt Mac Avenue. Just Corey. Feldman's exactly it's it's a merger of that the guy went on to talk about the Britos next door just kidding thank you willy. How stock or ghost and GRAVESTONES DOT COM. Nbc San Diego in trip adviser. You know what I WANNA do. I WANNA take our three mayors through go some mayors. Oh Brown Brandon. Gaddis Chris with have them stay in the house overnight and we gamble on which one is which one is scared and we make we make money on we profit province Cam. And they're they're like our go. See Cam Girls. You guys aren't for it. Nope we all love a good ghost story. But have you ever wondered how it came to be? 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"whaley" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Spent some time in San Diego California. I moved from New York to San Diego before moved to Los Angeles. I lived there for four years. Two thousand two to two thousand six when there once when my friend? I feel like everyone had a friend that lives in San Diego for a second. And you go to visit and you're like. Oh what a beach town in California starter yet is like jv Los Angeles Kinda you get Cindy Taco. Yeah it's very fun historic next to Mexico exactly and very historic in that room. You talking about the Whaley House and it was constructed in eighteen fifty seven by businessman. Thomas Ueli it's a pretty nondescript. Two Story Brick House had a lot of uses granary community theater courthouse and crime scene. It is according to life magazine. And the travel channel's America's most haunted the most haunted house in America. I ready I lived in sandy over four years and now depending on where you tell me it is. I don't know if I've been there. Unfortunately he been somewhere and I'm like oh at the time I just wasn't seeking that out. Yeah but I'm curious to a lot of listeners have said hey have you talked about discuss. I think we're always planning going to San Diego to do comedy or something and it never happened so we never did but I think now is. We're not going to San Diego anytime soon. We're hoping the premises anytime soon. So we're GONNA take our minds and hearts there to the wailing souls and souls souls your soul muscles. GonNa stay here in watching. Tv HBO GO. Maybe I don't know what to say. So a little bit about Thomas. Whaley to start off he was a New Yorker was the seventh of ten children born on October. Fifth Eighteen twenty three. He was a pretty upper middle class kid with a very illustrious family history. The Whaley family immigrated to Plymouth Massachusetts in seventeen twenty two his great grandfather. Alexander was a gunsmith who participated in the Boston Tea Party. And the Revolutionary War Alexander was pretty much a hero when he provided flint. Lock muskets for soldiers and let General George Washington. Just stay at his house from every wanted so pretty important person. Tom's his father Thomas Willie senior carried on the family gun Biz and fought in the war of eighteen twelve. Thomas decided break with the family. Trajectory is seduced by the West Promise of gold and fortune and left for California in eighteen. Forty nine fast forward a couple years. Ueli didn't Feingold and ended up working retail up in San Francisco with his pedigree. I'm sure that felt very glamorous. Ueli had a pretty successful career starting his own store northern California though but then it burned down and he was looking for another new start in eighteen fifty one way was advised to go to San Diego where he thought he'd have more success there. He opened a store called Tanda California. Sorry if I'm pronouncing that wrong. Willie was so committed to the store. Success that he studied Spanish so he could sell goods to the Kuei. A local native people who weren't being served by the business there at the time we only went back to New York for a minute Newark. Menedez's sorry to marry Anna. L. Louise Delaunay in eighteen fifty three. I couldn't find out much about her except that she was twenty one and very French when the couple got back to San Diego they were involved in a couple smaller businesses but most notable was the purchase of the Whaley House in September eighteen. Fifty five now. The house were more like the lot was all was already famous because an eighteen fifty two. It had been the site. Where Yankee Jim Robinson? Famous Wild West bandit was convicted of attempted Grand Larceny. He tried to steal a boat. There's a lot of different stories around that and it was hanged in the gallows in the lot on a wagon way was actually there to witness the hanging and that did not dissuade him from buying the property. No it did not with bricks made in his own backyard really built and designed a granary meant to hold three hundred thousand four hundred thousand pounds of grain and had an adjoining Greek revival style brick residence attached to it and on August twenty second eighteen fifty seven. The whales moved on in Willie boasted. My New House. When completed will be the handsomeness most comfortable and convenient place in town within hundred fifty miles of here and it probably was pretty roomy very convenient handsome. You got it. Thomas and Anna started building their family and had six kids. The oldest Francis who's named after one of Willy's old business partners Thomas who died of scarlet fever when he was one and a half Anna. Amelia George the very sensitive violet. This will factor in later. I promise and a little baby Korean. After one of the other stores burn down which again is a theme that is not quite addressed but seems curious to me and then Thomas Junior died. The whales did another short stint in San Francisco but came back to San Diego on December twelfth. Nineteen sixty eight. When they were gone. The Whaley House was home to San Diego's first commercial theater led by Thomas. Tanner the tanner play. Troupe converted the upstairs family bedroom into a one hundred fifty seat theater but the truth quickly disbanded after. Tanner died just seventeen days. After the theater opened the business fitting one hundred fifty people into a master bedroom and his commitment to the craft. I've a little news break. Yeah I just looked to see where it what that was a curtain that I taped up to make sure that sound didn't get in. My life fell when I was about to talk about my truth about the Whaley House. What spill it? Let's fix it and we did not put that you hear that in here. No curtains will ever go up in this house. Not Let it but I have been to the Whaley. Oh you have. It's where I thought it was in Old Town San Diego. I know because it's right near the town Mexican cafe which is a great maintenance been on a lot of like cooking shows really good authentic Mexican food and it's an area that is the mission area and it's one of the earliest settled parts of San Diego in the houses they are. I don't require probably when I was there I was like. Oh this is cool and historic right. I didn't really take any haunted parts of it and you know if we went down now he just didn't know you're young so I was there and it's been following me this whole time until we did this episode the curtain fall Then you have been there around there you've been at least eating a Burrito next door really ask for it and that's the most important. That's that's good. If you yet you learn anything. It's that Jason was eating carbs eating far anyway so it was at the company for a little while for seventeen days. Excuse me and then it went on to serve as the county. Courthouse leased by the city for sixty five dollars a month than it was a general store fast forward to fourteen years later when on January fifth eighteen eighty two Anna then twenty four and Violet. Twenty headed joint wedding which is very adorable and very common at the time. Anna less adorable married her first cousin. John T UELI which was pretty uneventful. Aside from the whole first cousin thing violent wasn't as lucky she married a con artist named George T BERTA Lachey two weeks after their marriage. Violet was on their honeymoon to discover BERTA LACI had disappeared. Apparently he had only married her for the dowry that he presumed to get violent was left completely humiliated. It was not cool at the time for a young Victorian rich girl to be divorced travel alone and be jilted even after her wedding in very proper marriage context violent was shunned by SEGA's high society which led to some pretty intense depression and humiliation. Something she never really recovered from even after seeing many doctors who tried to help her out with her mental health which is honestly like good job at the time but the divorce had just too much trauma for her on August eighteenth. Eight hundred eighty five to twenty two year old violet. Staying at the White House for roommate was her young sister Coron. She shot herself in the chest with Dad's pistol. While the whole family was in the House and died. She also left a suicide note which read mad from life's history swift to death's mystery. Glad to be hurled anywhere anywhere out of this world. The suicide note is a passage from the bridge of sighs of home by Thomas Hood which is about suicide of a young homeless woman who hated living so much she threw herself off the Waterloo bridge in London supremos. I would say got the message message. Pretty clear pretty straightforward a very sad like after the death of Thomas Junior Thomas Senior. Got The rest of the family out of the House and move the family across town at nine three three state street in downtown San Diego of you in Abruzzo next to that place probably San Diego. There's a lot of burrito. The youngest Whaley Korean was engaged at the time of violence death but the her fiance broke off the engagement. Because of how scandalous it was at the time this left the Whaley House Bacon which it would stay for another twenty years. So let's take less than twenty years for.
Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author
"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the
What Clinton's Impeachment Can Teach Us About Trump's Upcoming Trial
"Lawmakers lawmakers will will come come back back to to Washington Washington DC DC next next week week and and the the next next phase phase of of the the impeachment impeachment process against president trump will start senators are still debating how the trial in the Senate will work and since we don't know it makes some sense to look back at the trial of president Clinton twenty one years ago here's Clinton talking just after his Senate trial I want to say again to the American people how profoundly sorry I am for what I said and did to trigger these events then the great burden they have imposed on the Congress and on the American people Clinton of course was impeached but acquitted so was president Andrew Johnson and it's likely to be the same with president trump constitutional scholar Kim Whaley wrote an essay in the Atlantic about why this matters she's in studio with us good morning good morning so you have raised such an interesting question is impeachment really attack on presidential power if a president has never been removed from office well it's really sort of a a matter of human nature if we are concerned about consequences for certain behavior then we check that behavior so in this moment it's still exists as a means of basically conveying to future presidents listen there's a red line and if you cross that red line they'll be consequences on to ensure that the president stays accountable to the people and not to him or herself you are concerned about what happens if they are not consequences in your racing another really interesting point you're saying the important thing is that Bill Clinton and Donald Trump when peach for different reasons Clinton was impeached for lying under oath perjury which is a crime and president trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress which at the moment no one is calling a crime right right so so president Clinton some of the critiques of that impeachment process war that what he did was not about abusing his office to the extent to which he sort of took advantage of a young intern that is an abuse of office but in the same way that any sort of senior person in an organization with but he was acquitted not withstanding that he was basically charged with perjury which is a crime an internal justice system for president trump we have an abuse of office but we don't have him charged in the articles of impeachment with a crime so the kind of different sides of the same coin if you cannot you you commit a crime no abuse of office your quitted you don't commit a crime at least charged with a crime and there is an abuse of office and your quitted the question becomes what's left of impeachment what what in the future is impeachable may I ask you what you think the answer to that question might be you know I eat arguably it's something like bribery treason causes are specifically listed in the constitution it's difficult to imagine even in this moment the Republican Congress convicting president trump had he then actually impeached for bribery of course obstruction Congress itself is a crime so I think going forward that's a question for Americans if because of the D. O. J. memo that you can't indict a sitting president did you just a branch is not available to base as a check on the presidency impeachments the only thing left other than an election if impeachment is basically treated as a nothing burger because nothing is impeachable then we have an office of the presidency that's really above the rule of law and then what do we do you know I'm into the constitution is he is my only guess but well amending the constitution the constitution does have an impeachment clause but a you know like anything if you don't enforce a rule if there's a ban on speeding but use but there's no consequences for speeding people were speed and we see this with the constitution we as Americans in understand if parts of what it exists are not in force we can take out our black marker and cross it out and I think impeachment in this moment is one of those questions future presidents could say at impeachment doesn't really mean anything nothing's really impeachable anymore it so political and that we have to understand means whoever's in that office regardless of party has more power and ultimately the framers understood it's human nature to abuse power if you have it one major argument against both the impeachment of president Clinton and also president trump was that it's just too partisans what people said back then they're saying it now do you think impeachment as a process is inherently flawed because it is political it in this moment it is and I don't think the process is flawed but the way it's playing out is flawed because we've got the Senate Majority Leader saying listen I'm in lockstep with the presidency we don't have Republicans in this moment in Congress committing to independent sort of measured thoughtful oversight of what's happening in the office of the presidency I'm to your prior question I think one possibility would be to create another means of checking the presidency through the criminal justice process basically passing a law that would override the DOJ internal memo saying you can't prosecute a sitting president that would probably be challenged as unconstitutional I I think in this moment the rationale for why you can't prosecute a sitting president doesn't really hold water but of course for the same reasons despite this sort of partisan Congress won't impeach this particular man I it's it's impossible to imagine that there be legislation that would come through both houses that would actually operate as a check going forward on on the presidency and with us with an account of a presidency we all are safer we every American regardless of political party needs to make sure that there are two tickets issued for speeding in the White House because that pot that office just has so much power you are a constitutional scholar and a couple seconds we have left room for optimism reason for optimism well reason for optimism if we can see you know in a in the Senate trial a thoughtful measured process that's overseen by the the Supreme Court justice the chief I think that will make it more meat meaning fall but we'll just have to see I I wish I were more optimistic to be quite honest Kim Wheatley constitutional scholar thank you
Buffalo Clinches Playoff Birth
"Your namesake team is in in the play offs. The bills I mean. I don't WanNa Brag Bill. Barnwell is a senior football writer at. ESPN he has consulted with NFL teams. But the bills are not in fact named after him. So tonight the buffalo bills beat the Pittsburgh steelers seventy ten clinching a spot in the postseason and bill. What's amazing about this team? Aside from being named after you Is that for most of the two thousands. They didn't even have a winning record but but now they have made the playoffs in two of the last three years during this rebuilding process. Where does this recent success begin in your mind? I think the simplest place for it to start is just hiring Sean McDermott. This is a coach. Who really seems at odds with with a lot of what? NFL Teens tend to do when they have head coaching opportunity. Pop Up Sean. mcdumber forty two wasn't like he was old but let's face face it every coaching opportunity. That's popped up over. The last three years has basically been. Let's try and get a offensive minded coach or someone who is particularly close to. Sean McVeigh and correct defensive minded coach the panthers weren't even coming off a good season they were six and ten and ranked twenty six points allowed the year before so the bills really took a shot on shark dermott top of that. The bills gave McDermott some level of personnel control. which teams are really it? Really Loath to do it. First Year head coaches but it worked. The bills had an excellent free agent period in two thousand seventeen and they earned their draft totally differently that year their previous previous GM Doug Whaley had repeatedly traded up in years past regrettable move. Sammy Watkins. Being the most notable one but damage first move was to trade down and and the first player he drafted was Davis White. WHO had a big game against the steelers? Last night tonight again squirts out of bounds around the twenty yard long. So why headed early picked in fact. We'll before McDermott joined the team in two thousand sixteen they had the twenty seventh best defense in the NFL according to football outsiders after that they started taking up up in now bill. It's one of the best units in the League. How did this defense gets so good so quickly? I mean just to keep it simple. They got rid of everybody pretty much. I mean. The fifty three players were on their roster for the final game in two thousand sixteen before Mcdermott arrived. There's three guys left in the Renzo Alexander Jerry News and Shack Lawson all front seven pieces. I mean everyone else. Fifty other players on this roster Aurora ellsworth point and the bills have drafted well. But I think what makes this team so interesting as they really go out of their way to get veterans from other rosters and saw seemed to get more out of those players in their previous teams games in their first free agent period Jordan play Mike Hide Jordan Philips for example comes to mind in recent years where he was a second round. Pick washout of Miami. The bills brought him in. He has nine and a half sacks this season as defensive tackle. That's really impressive. There's just a lot of players on this roster who either were good somewhere and have become great in buffalo or who really weren't playing very well at all or almost out of the League who have become regulars on this really talented bills defense so last year the bills. Roll the dyson Josh Allen in the draft trading up to take him seventh overall despite his lack of college production in his rookie season was pretty underwhelming warming. Bill Fifty two point eight percent. Completion percentage just five point four adjusted guards per attempt. It seemed to me that they approached this off season with a really concerted strategy to build around him in free agency. Signings worked out for the team. It's been really good. I mean it's really the same philosophy sophy we saw on the defensive side of the ball. Those have had fifteen players. I not on offense for at least twenty percents of the snaps. Twelve of those guys are new into the roster. It's both running backs. All three of their tight ends five of their six top offensive. Lineman you know in a League where so many times you hear here that a team should sign a player or they actually do sign a player because they know the system quote unquote the bills. Sort of realized. Hey we have coaches who we pay to teach each player's the system. We should just go get those guys instead and so many of those players are playing in a high level and I think. It's really been perfect for Josh Allen Alan who even going back to Wyoming. He had to play hero ball. He had to sort of make big plays for his team to win. And we've seen a totally different quarterback this shear. I wouldn't argue. Allen is finished product but he's been productive quarterback this year a using his legs to create opportunities. He's hitting a lot of intermediate passes when he didn't do that last year. And he's avoiding turnovers man after throwing four interceptions in that really frustrating loss the Patriots week for this offense. Turn the ball over four. We're times in nine games. That's incredible for an offense that really just turn the ball over at will last season and they turn the ball over twice against the steelers last last night but they still did enough on offense to victory the snap just gonNa keep it off. He will sail. into the end zone touchdown touchdown buffalo. Josh Allen from one yard out and the bills are on the scoreboard early in the second quarter. Do you think there are any lessons. That other teams can take from the bills rebuilding process. Yeah I I do think so and I'm GonNa make a comparison that I'm sure. Bills fans are not really gonNA love but there's a lot of patriots in what the bills have done in their philosophy. The bills have been great at Pro Scouting and they've really found a way to bringing those players like I said who were struggling elsewhere. who were just guys elsewhere and turn them into much better contributors with Buffalo? They've done great work with undrafted. Free Agency have a couple starters in their secondary from there as well. They built their scheme scheme to really accommodate their players. And that's not just the Patriots thing but also way ravens thing where we're seeing that with Lamar Jackson and all the great stuff they've done on offense The bills don't have a scheme that throws the ball up fifteen times a game downfield. Just because Josh Allen has a strong arm they create better throws for him that that play to his arm strength as opposed to just trying to hit a big play because Josh Allen has in his arsenal I think in the big picture. There's just this idea that you shouldn't blindly follow what the NFL does with their trans so the bills are in the playoffs. Most likely as a wildcard team and bill while the defense is he's one of the best in the league offense has been up and down they really didn't produce very much against Pittsburgh. Do you think that that's a formula that can and work in January. I do not. I think they're a team. Nobody's GONNA WANNA play this postseason. It's very different from twenty seventeen eighteen where I don't think it's fair to say. The bills sort of meant the playoffs by accident that year. When they benched tyrod Taylor Nathan Peterman in mid season and kind of just rent a hot streak into the playoffs over the final month of the year? This team is way better on defense. They have more faith than Allen and I think the playoffs actually line up pretty well for for them as a five seat which is most likely where they're gonNA fall. They're terrible matchup for the Texans who they really really gave a tough game. Two in two thousand eighteen only for Nathan Peterman the throw too late interceptions to hand the texts victory and then they gave them our tax and Fitz. When they played last Sunday? I don't think this is going to be the last time the bills are going to be in the playoffs with this court. They're really opposition to be the best team in the AFC east. If the Patriots slip any further. And I am. I don't think I think it's too far to say that I'd be the best team in the AFC east right now
Mayors urge Senate to return to Washington for gun bill vote
"Set pressure is building on Congress to act on gun legislation following the mass shootings over the weekend in Dayton and el Paso is is about getting Mitch McConnell of pass this legislation the Republicans are held by the throat by the NRA another is enough democratic presidential candidates Tim Ryan and Elizabeth Warren and they're not the only ones more than two hundred mayors of cities hit by mass shootings have signed a letter urging McConnell to call the Senate back to act they include Dayton mayor man Whaley we're seeing bipartisan support for this set congressman Turner who has a ninety three percent voted in a in or a record a call for an assault weapons ban so we're seeing movement in Ohio Whaley says she'd like to see movement from president trump as well now the president has said he endorses expanded background checks but does not see the political appetite as he puts it for an assault weapons ban gun violence prevention nonprofit every town for gun safety is funded by Michal Bloomberg owner of Bloomberg radio parent Bloomberg
Trump visits mass shooting victims
"On a tour of cities that saw mass shootings over the weekend this afternoon the president and First Lady melania trump went to el Paso and earlier visited with recovering victims and families at a date in hospital ABC's Ryan bro joins us on the company's line from Dayton Ohio and what can you tell us about his visit there and how he was received Brian well you know it's interesting because he didn't make any real public appearances she landed at the airforce base got into a vehicle with Ohio politicians the delegation and then went to the hospital play went to Miami valley hospital you went inside but with that some of those victims met with some of the staff the doctors the nurses who have been working on those victims also but without first responders while he was there with the First Lady with the Ohio delegation they took some pictures while they were in there but there was no media contingent that went in with them so we don't really know the discussions that were had the conversations out afterwards after they had left the mayor and U. S. senator Sherrod brown eggs told some of their experiences during and they said that the president was cordial that he met with the victims that he said all the right things the First Lady said it all the right things and this is what president you they're supposed to go in and be the a grief counselor and cheap if you will now what he interesting though is what they said they push the president on in their meeting they said they want the president to force Mitch McConnell to have a vote on the house passed legislation on background checks for gun they think that this isn't a good time to do that do it for the people of Dade do it for the people about that so get this done now they didn't really get much response you ma'am and now on the flight to all paths of the president's weeks out that the things that were said by a the fear the mayor and the the senator I did not represent what happens at the door at the hospital at all soul was disputing what it is that they said kind of interesting remark from the president what was interesting too because he even tweeted that there was enthusiasm tremendous enthusiasm even love and then he says quote saw failed presidential candidate Sherrod brown a mayor Whaley totally misrepresenting what took place in any colder news conference of fraud of Saudi and it's interesting because as we go back and listen to it we're trying to think what it why is that was false that they said they said what they told the president they complimented him so we're trying to figure out what it is but he that that isn't sitting well with and it may have been the fact that Sherrod brown said that the president offered to have some kind of a ward for those first responding police officers ensured browed said something the fact of five Mister president they don't want to ward they want you to take guns assault rifles off the street so they can be safer at their job hi that could potentially be what what kicked him off what we're not exactly sure politicians aside how are the victims there in Dayton Ohio do we have any update from the hospital now we have to get an update from that we only had a few in critical condition still as of the last update which was two days ago I believe followed so hopefully well on their way to recovery that doesn't sound like we're gonna run into situations like we have seen it out Paso where unfortunately some people succumb to their injuries days later that being said investigation still ongoing the FBI now in charge of the motivation trying to determine this violent ideology what supported on behalf of the gunmen and see if they could work out what happened between him and his sister and how she ended up being a victim and all of that that is a B. C.'s Ryan borough thank you Ryan joining
White House insists Trump was warmly welcomed at Dayton hospital
"One of the people the president spoke with is the mayor of Dayton and Whaley who joins us now thank you for taking the time today thank you very before the president arrived in Dayton you said that you were planning to tell him that his comments around gun violence in mental health issues were on helpful did you give him that message yes I did I really talked about what he could do and you know that the people of Dayton we're hoping for some action and you know I said to him that you know I thought he was a person of action so he could make some action on gun legislation have you respond so that was he said he would do something I didn't get the sense that he was like at a plan of like yes I'm for red flag laws yes I'm for assault weapons are yes I'm for straw purchases six cetera but you know well let's hope he's not one of these all talk no action politicians that sort of thing ahead of his visit you were skeptical that he would be able to bring anything positive to be Frank I'm now that he has come and gone what's your sense of what his visit it it did what the impact was I think the victims that that were in the hospital were super grateful for his visit and our first refer sponsors into the present the United States that if they were happy to see him but it was tough in this in the city you know we had some skirmishes in the Oregon district of pro champ anti trump I mean really the minute he announced that he was coming we saw the rhetoric in the community just get really heightened and before that there was really a sense of people coming together do you blame him for that I think that's something for the past three years that you know the hyper prior partisan nature the into Donald Trump is just makes that happen and it's you know as as an elected official who likes to think of ways that we can build together we're seeing that in Ohio you know we saw governor to wind take action yesterday we saw congressman Turner call for an end to assault weapons so we're seeing that in the state so when he comes in it and it stretches it out to make a hyper partisan yes I think some of his his tweets and some of his zero sum game politics isn't isn't help for democracy well speaking of partisanship on Twitter White House a dance casino accused you of mis characterizing the visit he called you and senator Sherrod brown disgraceful politicians doing nothing the politicizing mass shooting or white house press secretary Stephanie Grisham on Twitter accused you holding a dishonest press conference in the name of partisan politics do you wanna respond yeah I mean I I don't really understand what they're talking about and this is the same kind of you know hyper partisanship that comes comes away we we said in the in the press conference that the victims were grateful to see him and we we mentioned Pat and it but you know we were very serious about wanting to have some real movement on gun legislation and you know senator brown called on him to have bring Mitch McConnell back you know we had a healthy conversation about the outside weapons ban and Hey maybe he could get this done and we were very you know honest about that and you know for him to be upset that we had a press conference while he did no press in Dayton I think that's really what this is about you know I I have I mean I want him to take action and you know I've been very clear about that I was clear to him and clear to the press today you and the people of Dayton have been at the center of intense tragedy and scrutiny for the last few days now where do things go from here what happens to your city now well I think we want to get a get on with the business of grieving and bringing our community gather certainly we are heartened by governor to wind action around some common sense gun legislation in the state house will advocate have you for that we still hope that president trump will you know take action on some common sense gun legislation will continue to push for that but in the community it's about the grieving process and bringing our community gather and that's my job as mayor that will continue to keep on doing N. Whaley as mayor of Dayton Ohio where a gunman killed nine people on Saturday mayor Whaley thank you for speaking with us and my condolences for your city has been
Sen. Sherrod Brown Urges Trump to Push for Vote on Background Check Bill, Assault Weapons Ban
"Ohio senator Sherrod brown says he pleaded with president trump today to take us all weapons off the streets of America both the mayor and I asked the president to call on senator McConnell to bring this back in session this week to tell the Senate that he wants the background checks bill already passed the house that he wants it on the floor talking to reporters today along with date Merrin and Whaley following the president's visit the how Democrats that Republicans have been in bed with the NRA for years Whaley says she told the president there was a time strengthening gun laws used to be a bipartisan issue but now Washington will not
Dayton mayor: President Trump's 'rhetoric has been painful for many in our community'
"Dayton is the first stop as the president visits to city shattered by weekend mass shootings Jerry bowed lander reports president trump will be greeted by mayor Ned Whaley when he arrives here in Dayton she's been critical of the president saying his rhetoric is painful for many people in the community here she also believes his statement in the wake of the week and shootings here and in el Paso fell short comments were very helpful to the issue around protesters are expected during the president's visit and Whaley encourage people to stand up and voice their displeasure with the president's visit meanwhile investigators say they're learning more about twenty four year old Connor bets who gunned down nine people in the Oregon district this is F. B. I. special agent Todd wicker half we have uncovered evidence throughout the course more investigation that the shooter was exploring violent ideologies worker ham didn't provide any specifics Dayton police chief Richard bill meanwhile says investigators now have a better sense of Betts's mindset materials reviewed thus far reveal that individual had a history of of session with violin ID Asians do include mass shootings and had expressed a desire to commit a mass shooting meanwhile a woman who dated bets for a few months earlier this year said their relationship started off in a strange way he showed me the one video of the mass shooting on our first date until your Johnson said bets was fascinated with tragedy had suicidal thoughts and violent urges at Sunday night's candlelight vigil here governor Mike DeWine's remarks were drowned out by people shouting do something the governor yesterday unveiled a series of proposals to deal with gun violence including background checks for almost all gun sales he's also pushing for a red flag law which would restrict access to a weapon if somebody's considered a threat we have to empower people to get help for family or loved ones who may be a danger to themselves or danger to others last year then governor John Casey proposed a red flag law but the GOP led legislature never acted on it whether the dynamic changes as a result of the weekend mass shootings remains to be seen Jerry bowed lander Dayton
Dayton gunman killed 9 people in 30 seconds
"Thirty seconds that was all the time it took for police to take down a gunman in Dayton Ohio and they're being praised for that swift action as they should be but it's also important to note that in those same thirty seconds that same gunman was able to kill nine people nine lives taken in half a minute just thirteen hours before a similar scene unfolded in el Paso Texas Saturday when another white man opened fire on a shopping center killing twenty both communities are grieving we'll have more coverage from el Paso this hour but right now we're gonna focus on Dayton and were joined by Montgomery County commissioner Judy Dodge thank you so much for for being with us this morning in our condolences thank you thank you for having me on I understand that you spoke at the vigil that was held last night to honor the victims of the massacre and Dayton you just describe what that was like share a moment or a scene that stood out to you for now yeah it was overwhelming and I'll tell you I'll never ever forget it when I got up on that stage and love far as I could she in all directions or people and people were crying hugging each other it was extremely emotional and I think that the mayor mayor Dan Whaley put it together very well and she had different speakers and everyone basically just talk about the fact that we're grieving today we've got a very difficult several months here in our area because we had a tornado that touched down Memorial Day and we're still recovering from that and then you know on a beautiful Saturday evening a lot of young people were downtown enjoying themselves and what's called our Oregon district which is an extraordinary record with a lot of bands that play and restaurant channel open on that just a lovely area and everybody was having a good time and then much tragedy happened and I think we're still trying to come to grips with that on nine lives were lost and the shooter was also killed and I don't know if you saw that he evidently killed his sister well I can imagine what that family is going through end of our hostages breaking for everybody I'm a what can you tell us about the district where this attack happened I mean the police were able to respond very quickly yes there is always a police group good is there a day state police and usually in the evenings especially on a Saturday night you know sometimes are that the students come down from the university of Dayton and you know they're always having a good time and perhaps you know when it's early morning hours they may be asked to perhaps go home it gets to be too late and so they're usually as a dove is a very you know it isn't a huge presence but they're usually for five days police officers but sort of walk around just to make sure that you know everything's going okay and I'll tell you these gentlemen are are our heroes today because they didn't even call and immediately they just ran to where the noise was and when they were able to take down the shooter before he was getting ready to go into a bar and we know that there were been massive killing stand right the prevented all kinds of carnage we can imagine they were able to prevent that yet it still took less than a minute for the shooter to killed nine people I know I know I know and that's it's something else where I think we're still trying to get our heads around it I think that the last night was a wonderful grieving process for our community they have the come together and do that and so hopefully now the sun's out today I'm looking at it's a nice sunny day here so now we're going to get together and you know take out of the box here and get our community back together as president trump is set to address the nation later this morning what would you like to hear from him I don't know if I can repeat it on on ratio but I'd like him to take some responsibility for his tweets and the way that he calls people out and down perhaps we can get back to more normal city here and I don't know if he's capable of doing that but I'm gonna try to listen to rap this morning and I see what he has to say commissioner Judy Dodge of Montgomery Montgomery County Ohio Dayton is the county seat this is where the massacre took place over the weekend a shooter who killed nine people there thank you so much for your time this morning well thank you for having me thank you we're gonna turn L. too NPR's reporter Bracton Booker who is in Dayton covering the the shooting the investigation in the aftermath Bracton thanks for being here thank you for having me we we ask the mayor of Dayton about dot vigil what can you what can you tell us about it what did it look like sound like what was the scene well there were there were tons of people is it impossible to count because everyone was on fifth street in the work in district not far from just couple steps away from where the shooting took place less than twenty four hours earlier from when visuals held at at eight o'clock Sunday evening now I will tell you reach I've been to more visuals that I can remember sparkling in Pittsburgh and a couple of months ago in Virginia beach this one there was singing there was prayer there even ten delves that were released the one for the survivors in the other nine to represent the lives lost early Sunday morning now one thing that the mayor did not mention was when Ohio's Republican governor Mike DeWine addressed the crowd now when governor up when that may wear a dress that crowd she got a standing ovation win the Republican governor dressing crowd he was received politely at first but as he began talking he eventually got shot it down here's what it sounded like we do tonight why this amazing route is this saying that well if you here are very very deeply about the crowd was shouting shouting do something new something and a not to you know past some stricter gun laws in the state of the officials have said the shooter was a twenty four year old white male he was heavily armed we heard of the mayor described the weapons that he was caring what more can you tell us yeah please pick a picture of someone who was intending to inflict maximum damage as as the mayor said you know the gunmen had a two twenty three caliber assault style rifle in it had a hundred round drum attached to it which she didn't mention was that he was also had a bullet proof vest he had hearing protection and a mask all these things that show that he was ready to inflict some really devastating pain there officers responded within seconds within thirty seconds and at least six officers reportedly fired on the gunmen now about the gun she did say it was obtained legally it was purchased over the internet it originated in Texas and it was transferred to a gun shop in Dayton and please say nothing nothing in his record whatever would have barred him from obtaining those weapons the only thing that showed up in his record were a few minor traffic violations what do we know about the victims so nine people lost their lives in all of the youngest victim was actually the gunman sister her name is making bets she was twenty two years old and ages range from twenty two to fifty seven now six of these victims were black and the police chief Richard Beal was asked if race played a factor in the shooting and here's what he said we have no evidence suggests that there is a bias motive in this crime at this time but Bracton his his sister his sister was one of the victims do we know yet if that if she was a target what what that is not clear at this point what please did say is that of the gunmen his sister and another person around arrived at the downtown area at the same time at some point they got separated and please say that the that she was one of the initial victims but not the first victim that that lost their lives early Sunday morning okay so obviously the investigation is ongoing and we will be covering details as they emerge with and peers Bracton Booker who is reporting in Dayton this morning Bracton thanks we
"whaley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"NAN Whaley said there were no incidents. And it shows the Dayton can peacefully stand up for its neighbors. But she said that her city is still to segregated. And still to 'unequal that we is over. But it means we have to get back to the real work, making sure that no matter what you look like where you come from, or who you that you can have a great life here in Dayton, the city manager Shelly dickstein estimates that in preparation for Saturday's rally, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars was spent on personnel costs and another four hundred grand on contract and materials, I met Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w lease continue their investigation after he female body was pulled from the Ohio river yesterday afternoon near marina in Hebron, Kentucky, the Kentucky department officiant wildlife believe it is the body of missing boater Whitney crank, the thirty one year old female fell into the Ohio river this month near the Schmidt boat ramp near downtown. Cincinnati crank was not wearing a life jacket. Police believe impairment played a major factor. A factor I should say in a crash that sent three people to the hospital yesterday morning including. Cincinnati. Police officer. It happened just before one o'clock in the five thousand block of reading road place, a forty six year old Anthony Carter was turning left into a driveway when he was struck by police cruiser both Carter and the officer suffering, minor injuries. The passenger in that car, though, forty four year old, Sean Pettus was hospitalized in serious condition. News Radio.
Dayton Ohio prepares for KKK rally
"Officials Dayton, Ohio preparing for playing Lalli by an Indiana based KKK group today, April Leslie of member station. W Y SO reports that the offensive expected to draw hundreds of protesters to the city officials have been preparing for this since February when the so-called honorable sacred nights were granted permission to demonstrate in Dayton's courthouse square. They've agreed not to carry assault weapons, bats or shields, but they will be permitted to wear masks and carry legal sidearms. He were than twenty members of the group are expected to attend the rally the likely be exponentially, outnumbered by counter-protestors, a large police presence is expected in a video message earlier this week, Dayton, mayor NAN Whaley condemned. The hate group, there are many ways to show this opposition, but for public. Safety? We are encouraging people to avoid downtown during the rally on may twenty fifth streets around the rally site are closed and businesses in the area have shut their
"whaley" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Do you have a handful of habits that are important to you as you work on becoming your very bus? Yeah. I was better at this probably before I became president. Because I haven't managed my time as actively to have the habits that I loved to do. So I have still fit in my fitness in my wellness, obviously, I I love to read, and I'm kind of is new book junkie performance junkie motivational junkie in in books. Inspirational, and I just have not found the time to fit that into my world right now. So that that I would say is was one of my my habits that I'm a missing I wanna get back to it because it gives near real sensitive of common kind of ownership of where I am in my space, and in what I can accomplish reading about other people who have been in positions, not like mine, but in leadership positions in how they handled circuses certain circumstances that I do like to have. A habit in a practice of doing that. But what am I one of my practices? That is important to me is is reaching out to a mentor, at least once a month are those that surround myself with who have given their time to me so freely who have been incredibly successful who I can bounce ideas off of in talk through things with in in get candid, honest feedback from that's been instrumental to me as a practice. Those that are willing to be my truth. Tellers are vitally important to my world. Good reminder to be around them. And then is our Booker to the comes to mind that you think have been game changers for you. I love killjoy X book mindset. That's probably just a fun wonderful read for me as a coach at just a great reminder of of what people can accomplish new when they're when they're willing to go for it. And they're willing to have kind of that positive outlook on life in and whatever they're trying to accomplish versus six mindset. And I know that's so many people have written about it. But for somebody who is a coach in in once a a wonderful read that can help immediately either clients in their students. That's probably one of my favorites. Eleni thing by Tony jury him dicta, Tony Jerry's book son motivation presentations. So so those are some great ones. And then you know, that I read things like Alex cross. So go figure. Fine rates. So for me, I read Star Wars Star Wars reading junkie. So for me it runs the gamut in book reading, but you know, there's just there's so many emotional intelligence is is a stalwart for me. I love that book because everything we do in in in the business that I'm in is about people and about ensuring that the people you're surrounding yourself with. But also the people that are in front of you understand your authentic and your journeys with them as a partner. And so I love that book to we started this conversation on the value of relationships in helping you become and we end with it as you know, in the same vein. So it's a eloquent ending can you share with people were, you know, if they wanna find out more about what you're doing what you're up to some places that they can go to in a no you've gotta school. If people wanna learn from you and your instructors. So can you help us nowhere where to go? I'm at the country club of MIR saw which is in Palm Beach gardens, Florida. It's a beautiful place to go, especially if you're in the cold. Somewhere in the country and then in the summertime on TPC river islands, which is in Hartford. Connecticut Bruin in your handle on Twitter is just my name. It says Suzy Whaley as she Y W H A L E Y and my handle on Instagram is at MoMA Wales. M A M A W H A, L ES, Susie. Thank you so much for your time. Thanks for sharing in congrats on your body work in. It's exciting to know the framework that you're working from and I'll be really curious to be able to follow what you're doing X. Thank you rats. A pleasure that just thank you so much I to me and having me on all the best took your, but..
"whaley" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"More about their product. All right. This week's conversation is with Suzy Whaley, the PGA of America's first female, president prior to being elected president last November. She served for two years as PJ secretary in two years as vice president, and she's also the PJ owner of Suzy Whaley golf in Cromwell Connecticut in the PJ director of instruction at the country club at Mirasol in Palm Beach gardens Florida Susie is recognized as being one of the country's top ball instructors. She's won numerous teaching awards including both digest top fifty instructor LPGA top fifty instructor and it goes on and on. She's got a history of a ward. That have demonstrated command of craft in Susie was also on tour from nineteen ninety to ninety three. And then she famously qualified in participated in the two thousand three Greater Hartford. Open becoming the first woman since babe Zerous in nineteen forty five the qualify for PJ tour in we discuss what that experience was like for her imagine being first woman since nineteen forty five play in the men's tour in the pressure that went into competing on that tour and how she overcame a moment where her nerves as she explained the best of her and how that experience prepared her for her current role as she once again finds herself in a similar situation. Charting new territory blazing a trail in this time as the leader of a massive organization PJ of America and with that the Trump right into this rich converse. Sation with Suzy Suzy. How are you? I'm great. Thank you. So thank you for taking the time for helping understand your path as well. As how you become the first person be a female to steer the PGA. So congratulations on it in again. Thanks for the time. I bet. Thank you. Okay. So I don't know if you're tired of, you know, the thought about, you know, being the first woman in in some respects that seems like a huge honor in in some respects that also captures that is that like is that overrated, you know, we're both humans moment female, and like is are we supposed to celebrate that you're female doing something stored Inari or like tell me your framework on just that gender peace there. For me. It's really an honor. Because it's an association of my peers, and that's to be celebrated, but I've always really strongly felt that I'm a PJ professional and qualified PJ professional and that I earned the right to represent them. So for me, it's never been about gender. But certainly if it gives me a platform to encourage others of a different gender, a different race to different culture to step forward and see themselves in the role than honored to do that. That seems really eloquent. How you put it in? Do you see that your uniqueness in your point of view is that one of the reasons why you're able to capture the attention of your peers to be celebrators the president of the PJ of America in? I can't say for sure that that's part of it. But you know, what I can tell you is that I've along my career had opportunities that that I've gone ahead in taking a leap in doing that were very challenging. And I think many of those led me to this place and helped me earn that kind of respect because my peers recognized the challenge that faced how faced it on. How I brought them along the journey with. And then what? Okay. Can you give me some context of like, what are some of those challenges? What comes to mind when you think about? A particular time that you were met with a challenge in how you worked through. For me. I mean, it goes all the way back to when I was very young. You know, my first challenge was probably when I was about twelve and my parents were members of a club in circus, New York. And then obviously we didn't have computers to sign up for events in. There was a handwritten aboard in the Gulf shop standing there was a junior tournament. And I just love the game in love to compete in all sports. And so I signed myself up on the second line..
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Violet return to the family home in San Diego in shambles. She felt like a failure returning to her old home and her old life for weeks. She stayed in her room speaking to no one. As she tearfully unpack your suitcase, she threw her clothes all about their own words echoed into her mind from an unknown place mad from lights history. They said. Violet grew more angry at Bertel hachi. Sean just thinking about his name made by want to hurt somebody. She wanted to rip off her wedding ring and throw it into the harbor except when she looked down. She saw her ring was already gone. Wanting a new chance at love with her husband missing violet filed for divorce. Her divorce was scandals despite the circumstances surrounding it violet was humiliated and her reputation ruined she retreated further into the isolation of her childhood bedroom. One night violet found herself on able to sleep as she shook from her tears the walls shook with her then the wall stopped they pushed in urging her to move. She stood up and followed their pulse. Into the hallway hearing calm with spor- emanate from the walls swift to death's mystery, she passed by father study lit by the pale moonlight. That's build from the window and paused. A strong poll urged into the room she passed a hand along the smooth would ever father's desk littered with papers, pens, and a plain wooden box that she had never seen before. She picked it up to examine it and noticed. It was locked violets searched. Her father's desk for the key desperate to see what. The pox contained unable to find the key. She peered into the wok smoke trickled from the opening and began to wrap itself around your hand moaning whispers seemed to stream along with the smoke saying glad to be hurled anywhere anywhere out of this world. She dropped the box and let it clatter upon the ground. She bolted from the room terrified of what you just witnessed. But her mind soon return to thoughts. Of the box. She whispered the boxes words back to the walls, anywhere, anywhere. For the rest of the night and for weeks after the box consumed violets every thought every time she passed her father study, those visions of brutal vengeance reentered the forefront of our consciousness, the visions echoed in her mind louder than the one in her head that said she was a failure and louder than the whispers that had ostracized her from society when she closed her eyes the box was all she saw. And that lock was the only thing standing in her way, violet knew her father had a ring of keys that unlocked everything from the stables to the generals tour. Surely it contained the answers. She so desperately sought one evening. She's not into his room to find it. She tip toed around a bed. Her eyes landing on a large coat in the corner of the room. She felt pulled to the coat and searched pockets. And found the keys she made her way back to the box her mind racing through the possibilities chanting to herself anywhere anywhere. Something in her heart told her that the box held the secrets she needed to close her wounds, and he'll her heart. She opened the box and the visions came rushing back clearer than ever before the world would shake as she did. And retribution would be hers. The box held all the answers. She needed to be alone. So she took the box outside. Nobody would bother her in the outhouse. She sat on the wooden seat chanting with the box glad to be hurl anywhere anywhere out of this world. Her father asked if she would be out soon he needed to use down house. No, she yelled through the outhouse door. Thomas busted, down the outhouse door to find violet slumped over on the seat blood pouring from a hole through her heart. Thomas reached down to pick up the revolver and note left by containing lines. From the Thomas hood poem bridge of sighs mad from life's history swift to death's mystery glad to be hurled anywhere anywhere out of this world..
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"But then pointed out they now had no reason to stay. The house lurk does it was put on the market and it watched its builders leave as the way lease moved to San Francisco realtor showed the house to prospective buyers during tours doors would slam shut windows would fly open the house would creak and groan scaring potential owners away, the Whaley house ensured that it would remain unoccupied. It was after all loyal to its namesake strangers walking by at night. When look in the windows and see ghastly tall man, hanging from the ceiling or a red face toddler pressed against the glass. Most sped up their pace. There were some who looked at the house and felt a rumbling in the ground. The house gave off a menacing aura it longed for the family if it's origins, and it called the way leads back. In eighteen sixty eight the lease new home in San Francisco was crushed by major earthquake. It was the strongest earthquake that they had seen in decades seemingly powered by a deep malevolence that most could not explain. But during the disaster the way lease felt something deeper in the earth. They felt the call of their true home in eighteen sixty eight the way returned to San Diego, and they're menacing brick building with three more children in tow. George Coron and violent. Upon their return Thomas and Anna renovated the building adding an expansion for general store that they could operate out of their own home. The family learned to live in the home. It's various spooks inspectors is becoming a part of their everyday life. But the house wanted more and it was willing to bide its time. By eighteen eighty one the house had stood for twenty five years and violent Ueli had grown old in her home. Well, she was only nineteen but she felt old all the women her age were getting married and she had yet to meet a suitor. She approved of the reather too short too tall or too aggressive, or too passive and all of them were scared of her house. If they were scared at the house, they were also scared of her she had grown up in this house, and it's past what's her past? Nothing could ever change that every afternoon she worked in the general store hoping for a man to arrive who was undaunted by her presence, this one wouldn't look in the is this one had a ring on his finger and this one smelled like a drainage ditch. She moved some items from shelf to shelf wondering if a man whatever come to take her away to a new and wonderful life. She placed a can of beans some top shelf, then turned around to see a tall man waiting at the register strange. She hadn't heard him come in. She approached the counter, and he looked at her his eyes were deep in piercing. He seemed like someone who could know her before she spoke at word he introduced himself as George t bird lachey. She was mitten the two began to talk then they took to courting them the whole time. He was undaunted by the history of her home. He found the spirits fascinating and began to speak to them as if they could talk back violet found his willingness endearing and they quickly got engaged after only a few weeks. The two were wed violets parents lavish the couple with gifts and paid for them to honeymoon in San Francisco looking up at George is. They explored the city their first day violet caught herself asking how did I get? So lucky the morning after their arrival violet stretched in the. Reaching out to embrace her husband, but found only a pillow. Instead the bed was empty and so was the hotel room. Her husband their honeymoon savings.
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Approached your home alone. She heard something coming from the nursery window, the bricks around the window frame seemed to break with the noise and a rushed inside and move toward the nursery door the crying getting louder and louder as she approached the walls themselves resounded with the crying and damp red trickle stream to the floor like the pus from junior SARS. Severely disturbed and grab the doorknob and turned it slowly cheap pushed the door open. And it stopped. She walked around the nursery looking at his toys and clothes and crib. He was gone. The walls are still. She stepped back into the hallway and shut the door behind yourself. The baby's Wales started right back up. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath. She opened the door. And it's. She stood in the door frame thinking peekaboo. Peek a boo. Thomas Whaley junior died in eighteen fifty eight and his mother reported hearing cries come from the nursery where he died over the next several years, some of his siblings also reported hearing, the cries of a young boy echoing through the house and visitors to the Whaley house have heard his pain as well. We'll return to the tragedies of the Whaley house after this. Now back to the story. After Thomas junior's death in eighteen fifty eight Anna and Thomas had their first daughter, Anna Amelia, Whaley for Melia sake and implored Thomas to move the family somewhere else somewhere safer. Thomas refused. Again, his general store in town had been doing good business, and it was hard to justify moving on till the general store burnt down the police suspected arson, but the culprit was never found and consoled her husband..
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"They name the child Thomas after his father Thomas junior had a cheery disposition and his older brother Francis. Immediately took a liking to him Francis. Loved playing with his brother he would cover his face and vanish peekaboo she reappear Thomas junior and Francis laughed endlessly. Sometimes Thomas senior would join in the fun peekaboo peekaboo, and I watched the play she saw her family's Choi. But she couldn't bring herself to smile with them some days when the weather was nice, and it would take her sons for a stroll in the park. The sun was out a breeze would blow and she would look at Thomas junior and feel nothing but more his smile and his is shown straight to her heart and she'd hold him close when the sun began to set. They'd head back home. She would feel grand about a day well-spent until she turned the corner on the road and saw her house. The red bricks looked sinister upon the back light of a falling sun as she approached the building junior wouldn't grow quiet in her arms. She looked down and see he was not asleep. Only quiet and in that silence. She could no longer picture a future for him. She talked to her husband about her worries for their son. She wanted to move. Find a new house escaped from the bricks those terrible bricks that whispered her son's name and seemed to pulse. Eight with wicked desire Thomas senior would hear nothing of the sort the family had just built the house for a half. She could send junior to be raised by your sister. Then he would be safe Thomas senior thought that was foolish. Thomas junior would be raised by his own parents. That's the way it had to be NFL tramped every time. She looked at those bricks they center into a frenzy the pulse aided closed in on her forcing her into a terrible claustrophobic fit. But she had no other option. Her son would be raised by his father and mother. She tried to ease her worry with logic. She didn't have any concrete reason to leave whatever sense of dread, she felt was just a feeling and feelings pass. Slowly, she started to believe her own rationalizations months went by and Thomas junior grew. He scooted then crawled then stumbled his first steps easing Anna's worry into the forgotten past. She began to smile then. When she brought Thomas junior home from the park, those red bricks looked less sinister. For the next year. She watched junior closely. He seemed fine. The family was fine. Everything was fine. But one night, and it was the location from her slumber by junior crying. She walked to his nursery and picked him up out of his crib. She cooed and hushed trying to calm him down. But his tears didn't stop. She lit a lantern to get a better look at him. But she wished she hadn't. Thomas junior's face was bright, red and pocked with SARS his had burned to the touch in. Anna knew this was the end she said her son down in his crib sat in the corner and began to cry. Thomas senior came rushing into the room and upon seeing his son he insisted that he fetches doctor and told him to save himself the effort the boy had scarlet fever the house had finally decided to claim him as its own. Thomas senior toll down not to give hope he ran out the front door saddled up his horse and galloped into town insert doctor, but it was all in vain as Anna cried. She watched juniors kicking legs slow to a rigid lack of motion. She saw his mouth close, and is is lose their shine. She saw him. But his crying didn't stop. Thomas senior returned with the doctrine toe. The two men rushed into the nursery and the baby went silent. The doctor declared junior dead the way lease buried their son. The next day hoping to put him to rest Thomas senior was wracked with sorrow and Anna was too. But she had always suspected this day would come. She left the wake early to keep from scaring, the friends who are attending as she.
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Nothing. He shrugged perhaps he'd just been hearing things. He made his way back to his room. He closed the door and got in bed and a stirred in a half awake days and asked him where he'd gone he told her he had gone to check on Francis. And that everything was fine. She could go back to sleep Anna does away and Thomas closed his eyes SE lay drifting off to sleep another noise. Popped into his mind, the creeks from the gals, then he knew he knew the only thing that could make the odd. Sounds of those sinister footsteps where the giant boots of Yankee, Jim. The huge boots marched through the night and the sound of their stomping echoed through Thomas's mind. He couldn't rest. As the sun rose in the morning and unnoticed Thomas looked quite bedraggled. She asked if he was okay. And he said he was fine. He always had trouble sleeping in a new home. He said he didn't tell her about Yankee, Jim and his giant. What's the thought of it made him feel like his mind was listening? Francis laughter. Brought Thomas oughta bet he went and played with his son. The second day in his new home being as beautiful and lovely as the first his wife played her music just as well as the day before. But when he drifted off to sleep that night. They were back. He was back. No, no, no, no. It couldn't be him. Thomas had looked into his lifeless bulging red is the man was dead. Keep Jim was dead. He whispered to himself like a mantra Thomas left is bedroom door open and climbed back into bed as he does off the footsteps will come up again. And so it went the sun came up and the sun went out every night Thomas heard that clumping footsteps of great big boots moving outside his door and asked why he was always so tired Thomas couldn't tell her that. He heard a ghost. And it's question made it clear to Thomas that he was the only one who heard it. As time dragged on the footsteps grew more. Frantic and louder always louder and louder as though they were embedded in the chambers of Thomas's mind sleep was a lost cause all he could see were Yankee. Jim's is all he could hear the boots dumping around his home. Thomas moved restlessly in the bed. And he heard Anna ask if she could play a song to calm nerves. Thomas said, yes, please. The restless couple went into the parlor and Thomas sat down in his chair. Anna told him to close his eyes while she sat down to play. He promised her. He wouldn't open his eyes at all. His nerves settled his muscles relaxed as long as the piano played. He couldn't hear the footsteps and shifted from song to song elegantly Lulling. Her husband to sleep Thomas kept his eyes shut then the pace effort playing suddenly shifted. It became livelier. Frantic even something about the playing was wrong almost completely wrong. But Thomas had promised. He couldn't stay still any longer. He opened his eyes to the most terrifying thing he'd ever seen. Anna hung suspended in the air clutching at her throat, the piano keys were playing on their own so intensely. It seemed they might jump out of their casing Thomas leapt to his feet and grabbed his legs. He pulled her as hard as he could. But to no avail, he wants Dessus white size turned rape and began to bulge from the sockets. Yankee Jim, please. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, please. Please NFL into Thomas's arms as she caught her breath. They hugged each other terrified. Anna in Thomas heard Yankee, Jim walkaway Thomas could sleep in Anna could play piano, but every once in a while the footsteps would come back and Anna's bulging eyes came rushing back into Thomas's mind. Before building his San Diego home in eighteen fifty six Thomas Waleed did not believe in ghosts. But shortly after moving in Thomas claim to hear the footsteps of Yankee Jim on a nightly basis the rest of the Whaley family for the next two generations all claim to have heard Yankee Jim at one point or another some hearing his steps to this day. Cemented the legend of Yankee Jim's ghost into the history of the Whaley house. We'll have more about the Whaley family and.
"whaley" Discussed on Haunted Places
"San Diego avenue. Located in the old town district of San Diego, California known as the Whaley house. You might I notice the bright white columns that line the porch lay seem like they were painted yesterday. The entrance to the house is open inviting all the windows are intact and fitted with beautiful dark, green shutters. The house itself has made a gorgeous red brick. It looks just as it did not long after it was constructed in eighteen fifty seven however despite its decorated homely interior, the Whaley house is mired in dark and frightening. Rumors rumors that evil spirits have always played the family home. Rumors that frightened the local school children and caused some divisible just before nightfall in hopes of being scared. Rumors that those who were. Brave sometimes even knocked on the front door such curious children were often greeted by a disembodied voice who whispered through a crack is pumped us key on Ojos crunchies. There are ghosts here with big is. The voice belonged to none other than Anna Ueli. The woman at the house who'd been dead for decades for ghost was only one of many as the house was doomed to be haunted from the beginning. Thomas wales. Life in San Diego began at the gallows crowd gathered around the platform spectators of the execution. Two men stood on the platform one with the role of parchment the other with an abnormally large pair of boots and his hands tied behind his back. The man holding the parchment announced to the crowd the name and the crimes of the man about to die Yenkey. Jim Robinson accused of grand larceny, attempted evening of a boat from San Diego harbor Thomas could tell by Yankee Jim's demeanor that he was a hardened man. Thomas watched as the news was tied around Yankee. Jim's neck, the parchment man said a quick prayer. Then kick the stool gyms too. The crowd cheered had they been listening. They would have noticed the distinct lack of Yonki gyms neck hadn't snapped Thomas saw. Jim's eyes, bulge and his legs kick he struggled, but its hands rebound a child in the crowd notice the same the child tugged on his father's coat as asking why isn't the man dead? A hush fell over the crowd. The watch does Yankee Jim kicked his massive feet swinging. Wildly Thomas knew it would take time he'd been to an execution like this before. As the crowd petered out. Thomas was able to look at them. The soil looked rich the ground was level the trees grew tall. This was the perfect location for a new home and with it being an execution ground. He could probably get the land for cheap. Thomas climbed the gals at approached the man with the parchment who stood with his pocket. Watch in hand timing Yankee Jim's last moments Thomas asked him if the land was for sale, the parchment man was shocked, the city planners had wanted to develop the land for ages, but nobody wanted to build on the bones of criminals, their spirits might not like it. Thomas enjoyed bargaining with superstitious fools there. Always easier to talk down on the price. He and the parchment man came to an agreement and rightist they shook hands the area went silent. Thomas looked up to bolt ching red eyes staring down at him giant boots. Swung lifeless in the air. Forty five minutes from the kick of the stool Yenkey Jim was dead. And the land belonged to Thomas Whaley. Five years passed tests. Thomas built his dream home on the gallows site, a beautiful two story brick mansion the likes of which San Diego had never seen before. Once construction was completed Thomas, his wife, Anna and their new baby. Boy Francis pooped in. The day was gorgeous a breeze blew gently the sunlight stream elegantly through the windows and Anna played a beautiful song on the piano. As the sun set on their first day home, the whales put Francis in his crib and retired to their own quarters Thomas's, head hit the pillow, and he shut his eyes. He drifted off to sleep. Dreaming about his wonderful future in his wonderful home with his wonderful family. Thomas stirred and sat up in bed. There were steps. Just down the hall. At least he thought there was steps. They sounded heavy how almost sinister. Thomas jumped out of bed and rushed to the door. Nobody was there. He was sure he heard something someone. He grabbed a candle and made his way through the house room by room..
CDC Study: Guns Used in Self Defense by 2.46 million adults last year
"Are you ready grow up be free this is the joe walsh program congressman joe walsh publican joe joe walsh on the salem radio network yellowhammer news i'm jay holland dothan police sergeant jonathan ueli was arrested april seventeenth on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft of property dothan police said whaley was fired friday he was tested for drugs and his patrol car searched police found zanex tylenol and codeine they believe he stole while responding to a medical call the national weather service or nws confirms at least three tornados in alabama from sunday's storms and surveying other parts of southern alabama and the florida panhandle a storm overturned five rv's near foley after three pm in wsf's three people were injured a second tornado hit nearby alberta causing minor damage a third twister hit the us army's fort rucker after one pm control withers thirty two of alexander city was charged with sexual abuse of a child under the age of twelve and two counts of sodomy was found not guilty friday.