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"zona border" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Counts. This is Fox News. Apprehensions of migrant families on the Zona border are skyrocketing. I'm Greg Paul Kane S T news. The numbers are in family apprehensions at the Tucson and Yuma sectors last month were up by more than two hundred percent over March of last year customs and border protection agent. Daniel Hernandez says they don't have the resources to deal with them. Nobody has enough resources to deal with this many. We're law enforcement agency, we work destructed, primarily to apprehend adults and mostly men border agents are being stretched thin by an influx of Central American families crossing the border illegally to request asylum in the US Arizona is the first state in the country to allow people with out of state occupational licenses to practice without taking an exam. Governor Doug Ducey had this message for people across the country as he signed house Bill twenty five sixty nine into law at the state capital. Come to be ready to. To work. We are open with opportunity. The new law allows a person with an out of state license for at least one year to practice their profession in Arizona as long as they are occurrence certified or licensed professional in good standing without any pending complaints allegations or investigations relating to unprofessional conduct. The zone attorney general's office says they will not prosecute to top former panel county law enforcement officials the decision was announced yesterday that former sheriff Paul W and former county attorney Lando Voyles would not be charged state. Auditors had previously found by byu and Voyles mismanage more than two million dollars in Rico funds, and we are in extreme fire danger today as much of southern Arizona is under a red flag. Warning, I wins and low humidity are expected to be the perfect combination for brushfires. I'm Greg Paul KFI AM seven ninety two most stimulating talk. Blue Cross Blue shield believes everyone.

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"zona border" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That as of this morning. We knew had been damaged and deputy fire chief, Chris I news he says in addition to a coffee shop owner killed twenty five other people were injured. None of them firefighters. The explosion was caused when a contractor hit a gas line boring into a sidewalk, this is Fox News. Apprehensions of migrant families on the Zona border are skyrocketing. I'm Greg Paul Kane S T news. The numbers are in family apprehensions at the Tucson and Yuma sectors last month were up by more than two hundred percent over March of last year customs and border protection agent. Daniel Hernandez says they don't have the resources to deal with them. Nobody has enough resources to deal with this many. We're law enforcement agency work destructed, primarily to apprehend adults and mostly men border agents are being stretched by an influx of Central American families crossing the border illegally to request asylum in the US Arizona is the first in the country to allow people with out of state ocupation licenses to practice without taking an exam. Governor Doug Ducey had this message for people across the country as he signed house Bill twenty five sixty nine into law at the state capital. Come to Aaron Jona be ready to work. We are open. Open with opportunity. The new law allows a person with an out of state license for at least one year to practice their profession in Arizona as long as they are current certified or licensed professional in good standing without any pending complaints allegations or investigations relating to unprofessional conduct. The zone attorney general's office says they will not prosecute to top former panel county law enforcement officials the decision was announced yesterday that former sheriff Paul W and former county attorney Lando Voyles would not be charged state. Auditors had previously found Bob you and Voyles mismanage more than two million dollars in Rico funds, and we are in extreme fire danger today as much of southern Arizona is under a red flag warning high winds and low humidity are expected to be the perfect combination for brushfires. I'm Greg Paul KFI AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk bluecross blueshield.

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"zona border" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's Red Eye Radio. I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric Harley. Eight six six ninety redeye here's your forecast. Finally, we'll get some drying today in the midwest. The south will also be clear Texas is dry. The central plains are also clear, the real weather makers are out in the west. We have a couple of areas of low pressure providing snow for the upper elevations of the northern Rockies Sierras and cascades and then rain at the lower elevations along the entire west coast of California rains will extend on interstate ten from Los Angeles over to the Zona border and heavy rain at times from San Diego on I five to the Oregon border look through portions of eighty four through Idaho, and I ninety through Montana to be slick and snow cover Salt Lake City. We'll see rain and forty seven today. Snow for Friday and Saturday light snow ending in Seattle high today forty Dallas could hit seventy five degrees today. That's about fifteen degrees above average should. Kogyo forty-three today for the high twenty six tomorrow your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye..

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"zona border" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here's your forecast. Finally, we'll get some drying today in the midwest. The south will also be clear Texas is dry. The central plains are also clear, the real weather makers are out in the west. We have a couple of areas of low pressure providing snow for the upper elevations of the northern Rockies Sierras and cascades and then rain at the lower elevations along the entire west coast of California rains will extend on interstate ten from Los Angeles over to the Zona border and heavy rain at times from San Diego on I five to the Oregon border look through portions of I eighty four through Idaho, and I ninety through Montana to be slick and snow-covered Salt Lake City. We'll see rain and forty seven today. Snow for Friday and Saturday light snow ending in Seattle high today forty. Dallas could hit seventy five degrees today. That's about fifteen degrees. Above average, Chicago forty-three today for the high twenty six tomorrow your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. From the new JR weather center. L even though we will start Valentine's Day temperatures in the mid twenties. We will end up in the mid forties in some locations as we wrap up the dates generally drying, we get into the late afternoon early evening, then rainshowers start arriving will be with us through the overnight. And then and is light snow, but not leaving much behind and it should be gone by Friday morning's commute temperatures overnight Thursday going to the mid twenties and rising only two thirty in the afternoon. Friday could see more snow late Sunday. I'm local four meteorologist wherever you go. However, you go for energy on the go. It's got to be five hour energy it works fast. It works long. It tastes good. And with zero sugar and four calories. There's nothing holding you back fits your pocket fits your backpack. Fits your on the go life. Whether you're going to work going on vacation or just going out with friends five.

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"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Here's your forecast. Finally, we'll get some drying today in the midwest. The south will also be clear Texas is dry. The. Central plains are also clear the real weather makers are out in the west. We have a couple of areas of low pressure providing snow for the upper elevations of the northern rocky Sierras and cascades, and then rain at the lower elevations along the entire west coast of California rains will extend on interstate ten from Los Angeles over to the Zona border and heavy rain at times from San Diego on I five to the Oregon border look through portions of I eighty four through Idaho, and I ninety through Montana to be slick and snow-covered Salt Lake City. We'll see rain and forty seven today. Snow for Friday and Saturday light snow ending in Seattle high today forty Dallas could hit seventy five degrees today. That's about fifteen degrees. Above average, Chicago forty-three today for the high twenty six tomorrow your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. Five point nine FM. Something happened that you've got to here. And local weekdays three. This is remarkable. How this debate is going Leary O'Connor show. Hi, Larry, really enjoy you and your show. Thank you for that, traffic and weather the day's top stories, and you Larry. Man. I love I.

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"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Travelcenters of America. Here's your forecast. Finally, we'll get some drying today in the midwest. The south will also be clear Texas is dry. The central plains are also clear, the real weather makers are out in the west. We have a couple of areas of low pressure providing snow for the upper elevations of the northern Rockies Sierras and cascades and then rain at the lower elevations along the entire west coast of California rains will extend on interstate ten from Los Angeles over to the Zona border and heavy rain at times from San Diego on I five to the Oregon border look through portions of I eighty four through Idaho, and I ninety through Montana to be slick and snow-covered Salt Lake City. We'll see rain and forty seven today. Snow for Friday and Saturday light snow ending in Seattle high today forty Dallas could hit seventy five degrees today. That's about fifteen degrees. Above average, Chicago forty-three today for the high twenty six tomorrow, you're national. Forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. This is what's going on mornings five to nine AM. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day. The latest forecast backups in delays to the stories behind the headlines. I appreciate the fact that you all. Mornings on the mall.

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"zona border" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. And I'm Audie Cornish. They were closing arguments in the trial of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman today, he's accused of being one of the most notorious drug traffickers and leader of the Mexican Sinoloa cartel. The case now goes to the jury if convicted Guzman could spend the rest of his life in an American prison. NPR's quil Lawrence was at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York and joins us now and quill this is after three months of proceedings how did the prosecution sum up its case that took all day yesterday over six hours and the prosecutor described a multibillion dollar multinational. Enterprise an entrepreneur exporting drugs to the US using at first a tunnel under the Zona border. They're using train cars filled with cooking oil that had false bottoms building a canning factory. So he could seal kilos of cocaine into a locker moderate brand jalapeno chili cans, filling those cocaine's and shipping them to the United States plains fishing boats submarines full of cocaine and cash and point by point connecting what cooperating witnesses head, and we'll talk about those in a second. What they had said with wiretaps that an guthman allegedly set up his own secure communication system, and taped and monitored everything sort of Richard Nixon like we can listen to a little clip of it. Really? You should get him. He's just haggling over the price of of heroin with a drug dealer in Chicago. But this allowed the prosecutor to say with each of these witnesses, which is these witnesses testimony. Well, how do we know? That's true. Well, you heard it from his own mouth, meaning the defendant's own mouth. She was saying in the face of all this the defense calls one witness and that lasts thirty minutes. Can you talk more about what they're closing arguments were what their answers were to the charges the closing arguments. A lot longer basically all day today. And the defense was a lot less technical than the prosecution and much more animated discrediting these cooperating witnesses which isn't hard because most of them are convicted drug dealers and multi murderers runs a notorious Colombian drug Lord blamed for over a hundred murders known as let the defense attorney. He was crude at times, he he was warned by the judge not to claim that the government is in some sort of a plot. With these alternative terrier motives against a chapel, and he kept on appealing to the jury just not to trust. The government blindly said at some point this isn't about Justice. It's just about getting Chapo. He said that these cooperating witnesses were going to go free in the United States in exchange for testimony. He said to the jury they'll be free among you. So be careful he even went a bit anti immigrant saying we only bring in the best talking about these cooperating witnesses, and he was claiming that El Chapo Guzman was not the leader of the Sinoloa cartel. But it was really his partner. My Umbro who is the real drug kingpin what happens now. Well, jury deliberations will start next week. They could take a while. I mean, there's so much three months worth of evidence. There were boxes and boxes of Evanston. The court including AK forty sevens and cans of the aforementioned chilies that used to smuggle cocaine so they might have a lot to work through. But at the same time, it seems kind of lopsided so much prosecution evidence and so little defense. And Guzman has escaped to Mexican prisons. But they say what he fears so much is being here in the United States where it's much harder to escape from prison. So that's why he feared extradition so much. That's NPR's quil Lawrence quilting for your reporting. Thank you. The cold snap in the midwest is shattering records in some cities school is canceled mail delivery, suspended at least eight people have died from the cold while you are hopefully huddled someplace warm. We're going to talk now with the man behind one of the most famous pieces ever written about extreme cold. Okay. That's a subjective statement. But here is something we can't say definitively. Peter stark wrote the peace frozen alive more than twenty years ago. And today, it is still one of the most popular stories on the website for outside magazine. Peter stark, welcome. Thank you. Great to be here. We just start by reading the first paragraph of the story. Sure. When your Jeep spins lazily off the mountain road and slams. Backward into a snowbank. You don't worry immediately about the cold. Your first thought is that you've just dented your bumper? Your second is that you've failed to bring a shovel. Your third is that you'll be late for dinner. Friends are expecting you at their cabin around eight for moonlight ski a late dinner. Asana nothing can keep you from that the story goes on to describe a near death experiences. The man tries to ski to his friend's house and ends up falling in the snow of all the things you've written in your career. And you have written a lot. Why do you think this story keeps resonating after twenty years in my mind is the story the story that's about being dead or near dead, and it comes back to life every winter, really cold? And I think one reason is that we're all humans. We all have a body. We all have the same physiology and. Every one of us has been cold in some way, or another at one point or another. And this is what happens when your body is taken to an extreme in that cold situation. Tell us about the inspiration for this piece. I understand it was not your original idea to write it this way. No, I was really interested in the physiology of cold. And so I came up with this idea of camping out on the coldest spot in the United States in the lower forty eight states Rogers pass Montana on the coldest night of the winter. And then writing about that experience. And we've again the physiology of cold well when that coldest night of the year rolled around. It was going to be fifty below zero with a fifty mile an hour wind, and I decided by a be a really bad idea. So I stayed home. And I called my editor and said, you know, how about if I just can't in the backyard, and he said, no, no, no, we don't like to camp in the backyard. Why don't you invent? A guy who goes out in cold like this and he gets in trouble. And then use his experiences to tell the physiology of the human body responding to cold. Did you do a lot of research with doctors and outdoors experts and actually dig into the science behind this? Yes, I did a tremendous amount of research into the physiology of cold, I interviewed actually an old acquaintance from Wisconsin. Who who nearly died of hypothermia by skiing off the wrong side of a mountain in Montana twenty degree below zero day and getting caught in the woods to really get his sense of what went through his mind in those situations, and I interviewed emergency room doctors who had warmed up hypothermia victims, some kind of sense of what they were like when they came in the story concludes on a poetic and sobering note. Will you read this paragraph? That's close to the end. So this is the near the end when. The victim whose had a near death experience in the cold, but he's been rescued and brought to an emergency room. And so he's slowly starts to come to consciousness. You've traveled to a place where there is no sun you've seen that in the infinite reaches of the universe. He is glorious and ephemeral as the light of the stars. He exists only were matter exists where particles can vibrate and jump in the infant winter of space he tiny. It is the cold that is huge. Writer.

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"zona border" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

14:49 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Wing media bias, no stone left unturned. The Sean Hannity show is back on the air. I twenty five now til the top of the hour. We're gonna get to your calls here in a minute. You know, so since the president decided all right? Well, they're not gonna talk to me and air travel might be impacted and TSA workers might go on strike, and we might have a, you know, an inconvenience of the American people and the furloughed workers, you know, nobody cares about them. And by the way, we got a great story out today about Nancy Pelosi. You know, she's so busy all the time. Nancy Pelosi now is attending. Remember, she went on her Hawaii vacation, she wouldn't sit down with the president, she declined as invitations she and Chuck Schumer. They sent aides to. Negotiate supposedly with the vice president and everyone in the media. Well, Nancy one what did she win? The president was fighting to stop drugs from coming into the country, stop human trafficking. Stop Fenton all on heroin and keep our borders safe and secure and not allow people that end up killing innocent Americans. You know, the one or two percent that we don't vet the crossed that border illegally. The way Nancy is going to have a really great time with all the music elite at the Grammys this weekend, we hear the she's among the guests expected at Clive Davis's annual pre awards gala and he's getting office as high as one hundred thousand dollars per table to attend. Let's see Jamie, FOX and Alice Cooper, and Mark Anthony and smokey Robinson sound like a on time. Maybe she could negotiate the wall. So, you know, I told everybody I think I know Donald Trump pretty well. I look at his promises that he's kept. And how he goes down the list out to nations he is. And I don't think a train change in strategy, and allowing congress three more weeks to get the job done is an indication. He's caved in any way. Matter of fact, the bolster my argument that he's going to do it on his own. I bet ninety nine percent. That's my personal opinion. If he doesn't do it on his own, then, you know, call me and yellow me in three weeks or two weeks. Now, whatever it is. Now, the president USA today reporting we now have three migrant caravans heading to the US border, one of which includes over twelve thousand people hell bent on entering the United States one way or the other. Now, the president has responded and ordered an additional five thousand troops to the military contingent. He's already sent down there. Remember, they're putting up a razor wire some border protection. Now, what if twelve thousand people arrived not at a point of entry arrive not at a place that is cordoned off for those wall or a barrier. What if they walk over to one of those open areas, and what if they decide that all at once they're going to come into America is that good for them is that good for this country. How do you stop that? Because then the border patrol. What what do we do to protect our borders at that point? Because the reports are out even fake news CNN finally picked up on it. That several busloads of migrants were dropped off on highway two in Mexico, just south of the Zona border. They walked about one hundred yards. They climbed under and over the vehicle barrier. That is the only infrastructure in that area agents were called to make the arrest poured into the Tucson border patrol chief Jeffrey self in total two hundred forty two people mostly from Guatemala arrested when border patrol agents arrived at the scene, and they were detected by a mobile surveillance system. Now, what are you gonna do here? Now, I think the president sending these additional troops to the border to deal with this. Caravan threat is an indication, and I'm gonna end up being right that the president is going to go his own way, maybe a national emergency. Or maybe sends the military and start building the wall. The court challenges attempts at injunctions. They'll do their judge shopping. But if it becomes a national emergency issue, I've got to imagine that you got to expedite the process. And that would then maybe it takes three four five six months. He's not giving up. A new strategy. Does not mean you're giving up. You know, if you look, for example, there was a Washington Examiner piece things you might not hear about the mainstream media border patrol agents arresting a Salvadorian mail crossing illegally from Mexico. And according to customs and border protection his arrest was in the process the agents identified him as an active MS thirteen gang member. Nick caught a cluster of illegal immigrants shortly after they crossed into the US. They check their records one of them. Previously convicted for attempted second degree murder in New York. He had been sentenced to five years confinement. Walk right back across and that's not a big deal though. Right. Because we we allow infanticide now. So that makes a lot of sense why we let them back in. So you have MS thirteen gang members an attempted murder apprehended. It was a great op, Ed. On Fox News by Timothy Ballard. And he says is a former department of homeland security special agent on the southern border who fought sex trafficking over a decade. I can say with certainty that the issue of the border wall should not should be not about the power and partisan politics. It should be about the children. By the way, there is something called permanent separation. Democrats care about separation, but Nancy Pelosi won't be with angel moms and dads. Anyway, he goes on it should be about the kids, and the tens of thousands of them who have been and are being trafficked in the US and forced into the commercial sex trade. That's also part of the crisis that's happening at the border human trafficking. It's one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises on the planet, and you have millions of children victims stuck in the clutches of evil. You know, it's any size spent twelve years as a special agent undercover operator of homeland security investigations in the child crimes child trafficking unit. I was stationed there at the border in collect CEO, California as the my extensive experience fighting transnational crime along the southern border. I know that we should absolutely finish building the wall for the sake of children not long ago a thirteen year old girl from Central America. He gives a name. Let's call her of this Liliana kidnapped from village traffic to the US Adalah Cassian where there's no wall no barrier from there. She was taken to New York City raped by American men thirty to forty times a day. Do you think this guy's lying? I don't. I think he's giving an accurate report. Another thing. We should bring up is that the Super Bowl is one of the most. It's the highest traffic sex traffic times in the United States is during the Super Bowl. So this weekend on Sunday. We're going to have young girls and boys some as young as the ages of seven and eight being raped by people who are buying them during the Super Bowl because there's so much happening so much being brought into the United States for this huge event. Millions and millions of dollars being spent on atime, and people aren't paying attention to the fact that all these children are being sex trafficked, in fact, our friend Amy Kramer's doing some awareness about it in Atlanta because Atlanta's one of the biggest hubs for sex trafficking. So people should really look into what this all means during the Super Bowl and how they can help unbelievable. So sad, and you know, again, liberals capacity all this is happening at what point do they bear responsibility for not solving the problem when do they get in trouble for not doing their job? Anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number marshes in Brooklyn, New York. The all new AM seven ten the talk of New York. What's going on? Hey, Sean, it's a pleasure to talk to you in an honor. What's going on q? I'm a legal currently or legal residents here in Brooklyn, New York, and I'm currently going through the process to become a citizen. I good for you taxes. I do think the right way. And I think it's very unfair. What's happening right now with the Democrats are doing so you went through what is a difficult process. Right. Correct. And it took a long time very long. There's some vetting involved. Right. I'm going through the vetting process again. Okay. And then you're here, you're successful. You pay your taxes? You did it legally in your member of family where did you come from by the way? I came from Trinidad. Well, welcome to our family. It's great to have. And I am by the way. That's the other thing is, you know, if you give amnesty all it does, you know it rewards illegal behavior. If we're gonna give out these precious what we can't take the world's population after world will wanna come in one day. But for those people that get the honor of joining our family. You know, if you do a legally, why reward were warned the people that do it. Right. Like you did. That's what I say. I just want to add that trend that is in proximity to finish fellow, but one of the closest countries and what's happening there. Because of what's going on in Venezuela. It's disgusting. They're all coming over drugs. They just kidnapped a few fishermen for my country and day calling for ransoms. It's crazy. What's happening the pouring into our country? It's crazy. I, you know, every once in a while like dealing with this whole topic of abortion in the ninth month. And, you know, this former VHS agent saying, you know, kids are trafficked and raped thirty forty times a day. I mean, there's there there's such evil in this world at times. And when I wrote the book deliver us from evil many years ago, I think it was two thousand and four I wrote this book, I remember I did a lot of research for the book, and I just looked at the last hundred years last century human evil when you add it up. It's about one hundred million plus human souls murdered governments tyranny. Nazism, fascism, communism Stalin, Pol Pot the killing fields Hitler Mussolini. Toe. Joe's do Japan all in mean human being it's hard for good people to wrap their good generally good minds around pure evil. If you could do this to an innocent child, and traffic them and destroy them for money. You know, selling them and ruining their souls or you can sell heroin or fete knol and not think twice about that's evil. That's where is the heart of the left when it comes to this ninth month abortion obsession now that they have what it starts in New York now California now Rhode Island. It's it's unbelievable. What we saying in my ear? Oh, oh you. Oh, yeah. By the way, Andrew Cuomo just spoke out. I was actually just wanting a printed my printer does not working. Oh, thank you. But yeah, let's play it. It just apparently Andrew Cuomo just said, this earlier church cannot remain indifferent to this and the church must punish such priests. And that includes to support the legal action. There is no other way out of this because it's a crime. No worse leaving them alive, but destroyed all right? But that's not the these laws are being purposefully vague to say as this delegate in Virginia said, even if a woman's dilating going through the process, the very clear about it. And they say, well, and this is just pay very close attention because the laws that they're advocating for here. They are purposely saying health without definition what a doctor can say. Well at that last minute. She motionlessly wasn't prepared for this. And she didn't know she was. Isn't prepared for this. And that's the difference. Right. Back to our phones. Bollocks Mississippi, Georgia's next. Hey, George, how are you? And welcome to the show big fan. Appreciate you very much. Thank you, sir. Glad you called like I have a couple of questions. One is William bar is someone that we're going to be able to count on look people that I know love and trust swear by them. Joe digenova loves the guy. What he wrote that? We know he wrote. You know, what it makes me feel at least some hope about the guy. I don't know. I don't know him. I don't know. That's my answer. Now. I assume after what happened with Jeff Sessions, we're going to have a real attorney general will no because if the law starts getting applied equally, and we have equal Justice. And he does his job. Then these household names in the deep state all these people that lied to congress. They're going to get their own little pre dawn raids for lying to congress for committing fraud on FIS accords for destroying evidence and everything else in between for rigging investigations for politicals, people, you politically support, etc. So we're gonna find out. I don't know the answer yet. But we'll find out pretty soon pretty the ones that were given immunity on Hillary side. Well, once they given immunity, I don't think you can take back your right, Cheryl mills and Oma Abidine as a.

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"zona border" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:49 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You by Marty Hampton at Remax stone left. Unturned Sean Hannity show is back on the air. I twenty five now til the top of the hour. We're going to get to your calls here in a minute. You know, so since the president decided all right? Well, they're not gonna talk to me and air travel might be impacted and TSA workers might go on strike, and we might have a an inconvenience of the American people and the furloughed workers, you know, nobody cares about them. And by the way, we got a great story out today about Nancy Pelosi. You know, she's so busy all the time. Nancy Pelosi now is attending. Remember, she went on her Hawaii vacation. She wouldn't sit down with the president. She declined is invitations. She and Chuck Schumer. You know, they sent aides to negotiate supposedly with the vice president and everyone in the media. Well, Nancy one what did she win? The president was fighting to stop drugs from coming into the country, stop human trafficking. Stop Fenton all in heroin and keep our borders safe and secure and not allow people that end up killing innocent Americans. You know, the one or two percent that we don't vet the crossed that border illegally. Nancy's going to have a really great time with all the music elite at the Grammys this weekend, we hear that. She's among the guests expected at Clive Davis's annual pre awards gala and he's getting office as high as one hundred thousand dollars per table to attend. Let's see Jamie, FOX and Alice Cooper and. Mark Anthony and smokey Robinson sound like fun time. Maybe she could negotiate the wall. You know, I told everybody I think I know Donald Trump pretty well. I look at his promises that he's kept. And how he goes down the list out two nations. He is and I don't think train change in strategy, and allowing congress three more weeks to get the job done is an indication. He's caved in any way. Matter of fact, the bolster my argument that he's going to do it on his own. I would bet ninety nine percent. That's my personal opinion. If he doesn't do it on his own, then, you know, call me and yell at me in three weeks or two weeks. Now, whatever it is. Now, the president USA today reporting we now have three migrant caravans heading to the US border, one of which includes over twelve thousand people hell bent on entering the United States one way or the other. Now, the president has responded and ordered an additional five thousand troops the the military contingent. He's already sent down there. Remember, they're putting up a razor wire some border protection. Now, what if twelve thousand people arrived not at a point of entry arrive not at a place that is coordoned-off for those a wall or a barrier. What if they walk over to one of those open areas, and what if they decide that all at once they're going to come into America is that good for them is that good for this country as how do you stop that? Because then the border patrol. What what do we do to protect our borders at that point? Because the reports are out even fake news CNN finally picked up on it. That several busloads of migrants were dropped off on highway two in Mexico, just south of the Zona border. They walked about one hundred yards. They climbed under and over the vehicle barrier. That is the only infrastructure in that area agents were called to make the arrest, according to the Tucson border patrol chief Jeffrey self in total two hundred forty two people mostly from Guatemala arrested when border patrol agents arrived at the scene, and they were detected by a mobile surveillance system. Now, what are you going to do here? Now, I think the president sending these additional troops to the border the deal with this caravan threat is an indication and I'm going to end up being right that the president's going to go his own way, maybe national emergency. Or maybe just sends the military and start building the wall. The court challenges attempts at injunctions. They'll do their judge shopping. But if it becomes a national -mergency issue, I've got to imagine that you got expedite the process. And that would then, you know, maybe it takes three four five six months. He's not giving up. A new strategy. Does not mean you're giving up. You know, if you look, for example, there was a Washington Examiner piece. Does things you might not hear about the mainstream media border patrol agents arresting a Salvadorian Mel crossing illegally from Mexico. And according to customs and border protection his arrest was in the process the agents identified him as an active MS thirteen gang member. They caught a cluster of illegal immigrants shortly after they crossed into the US. They check their records one of them. Previously convicted for attempted second degree murder in New York. He had been sentenced to five years confinement. Walking right back across and that's not a big deal though. Right. Because we we allow infanticide now. So that makes a lotta sense why we let them back in. So you have MS thirteen gang members an attempted murder apprehended. It was a great op, Ed. On Fox News by Timothy Ballard. And he says is a former department of homeland security special agent on the southern border who fought sex trafficking over a decade. I can say with certainty that the issue of the border wall should not should be not about the power and partisan politics. It should be about the children. By the way, there is something called permanent separation. Democrats care about separation, but Nancy Pelosi won't be with angel moms and dads. Anyway, he goes on it should be about the kids, and the tens of thousands of them who have been and are being trafficked in the US and forced into the commercial sex trade. That's also part of the crisis that's happening at the border human trafficking. It's one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises on the planet, and you have millions of children victims stuck in the clutches of evil. You know, it's any size spent twelve years as a special agent undercover operator for homeland security investigations in the child crimes child trafficking unit stationed there at the border in collect CO, California based on my extensive experience fighting transnational crime along the southern border. I know that we should absolutely finish building the wall for the sake of children not long ago a thirteen year old girl from Central America. He gives a name. What's caller of this? Well, leanna hidden that village traffic to the US at a location where there's no wall no barrier from their shoes taken to New York City raped by American men thirty to forty times a day. Do you think this guy's lying? I don't I think he's giving an accurate report. Another thing. We should bring up is that the Super Bowl is one of the most. It's the highest traffic sex traffic times in the United States is during the Super Bowl. So this weekend on Sunday. We're going to have young girls and boys some as young as the ages of seven and eight being raped by people who are buying them during the Super Bowl because there's so much happening so much being brought into the United States for this huge event. Millions and millions of dollars being spent on time, and people aren't paying attention to the fact that all of these children are being sex trafficked, in fact, our friend Amy Kramer's doing some awareness about it in Atlanta because Atlanta's one of the biggest hug hubs for sex trafficking. So people should really look into what this all means during the Super Bowl and how they can help. Unbelievable, so sad, and you know, again, liberals that capacity all this is happening at what point do they bear responsibility for not solving the problem when do they get in trouble for not doing their job? Anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number marshes in Brooklyn, New York. The all new. AM seven ten the talk of New York. What's going on? Hey, Sean, it's a pleasure to talk to you in an honor. What's going on? IQ a legal currently or legal residents here in Brooklyn, New York, and I'm currently going through the process to become a citizen. I good for you taxes. I do things the right way. And I think it's very unfair. What's happening right now with the Democrats are doing so you went through what is a difficult process. Right. Correct. And it took a long time very long. There's some vetting involve right? I'm going through the vetting process again. Okay. And then you're here. You're successful. You pay your taxes? You did it legally. And you're a member of our family where did you come from by the way? I came from Trinidad. Well, welcome to our family. It's great to have. And I am by the way. That's the other thing is, you know, if you give amnesty all it does, you know it rewards illegal behavior. If we're gonna give out these precious, we can't take the world's population half the world will wanna come in one day. But for those people that get the honor of joining our family. You know, if you do a legally reward reward, the people that do right? Like, you did that's what I say. I just want to add that trend that is in proximity to Venezuela. But one of the closest countries, and what's happening there. Because of what's going on in Venezuela. It's disgusting. They're all coming over drugs. He just heading up a few fishermen for my country and day calling for ransoms. It's crazy. What's happening pouring into our country. It's crazy. I, you know, every once in a while like dealing with this whole topic of abortion in the ninth month. And, you know, this former VHS agent saying, you know, kids are trafficked and raped thirty forty times a day. I mean, there's there there's such evil in this world at times. And when I wrote the book deliver us from evil many years ago, I think it was two thousand and four I wrote this book, I remember I do research for the book, and I just looked at the last hundred years last century human evil when you add it up. It's about a hundred million plus human souls murdered governments tyranny. Nazism, fascism, communism Stalin, Pol Pot the killing fields Hitler Mussolini. Toe. Joe's do Japan all in. I mean human being it's hard for good people to wrap their good generally good minds around pure evil. You know, if you could do this to an innocent child, and traffic them and destroy them for money. You know, selling them and ruining their souls or you can sell heroin or fete knol and not think twice about that's evil. That's where is the heart of the left when it comes to this ninth month abortion obsession now that they have what it starts in New York, California. Now Rhode Island. It's it's unbelievable. What were you saying in my ear? Oh, oh you. Oh, yeah. By the way, Andrew Cuomo just spoke out. I was actually just wanting a print. It my printer does not working. Thank you. But yeah, let's play. It just apparently Andrew Cuomo said this earlier church cannot remain indifferent to this and the church must punish such priests. And that includes to support the legal action. There is no other way out of this because it's a crime. No worse leaving them alive, but destroyed all right? But that's not the these laws are being purposefully vague to say as this delegate in Virginia said, even if a woman's dilating going through the process, the very clear about it. And they say well, and and this is just pay very close attention because the laws that they're advocating for here. They are purposely saying health without definition what a doctor can say. Well. Well, at that last minute, she motionlessly wasn't prepared for this. And she didn't know she wasn't prepared for this. And that's the difference. Right. Back to our phones. Bollocks Mississippi, Georgia's next. Hey, George, how are you? And welcome to the show big fan, cruciate you very much. Thank you, sir. Glad you call like I have a couple of questions. One is William bar is that we're going to be able to count on look people that I know love and trust swear by them. Joe digenova loves the guy. What he wrote that? We know he wrote. You know, what it makes me feel at least some hope about the guy. I don't know. I don't know him. I don't know. That's my answer. Now. I assume after what happened with Jeff Sessions, we're going to have a real attorney general will no because if the loss starts getting applied equally, and we have equal Justice. And he does his job. Then these household names in the deep state all these people that lied to congress. They're going to get their own little pre dawn raids for lying to congress for committing fraud on FIS accords for destroying evidence and everything else in between for rigging investigations for political people, you politically support, etc. So we're gonna find out. I don't know the answer yet. But we'll find out pretty soon. The ones that were given immunity on Hillary side. Well, once they give an immunity. I don't think you can take back your, right, Cheryl mills and Oma Abidine. That's a.

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"zona border" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Agree, except they don't agree on anything. And if you in my you even cross the next break, maybe let's see this is. Stacey Stacey go ahead. Hi, hi, Dr drew, and I hurt. Near actually hung up on her. I get screwed up here. Go ahead. Stacey. Okay. Hi. I hope you can hear me. All right. I just wanted to let you guys know. I lived in Arizona went to you. And so I was certainly close to the border. Never had a problem anybody. There was never a problem going down that border. No, I will admit I don't know what it's like. Now. My friend is going down there to take pictures for National Geographic magazine and. She doesn't seem problems. What are you talking about? I don't actually referring to promo. There's no problem with the wall. There should be no wall should be no wall. No. You don't need a wall. The way you have to go walk through. Okay. You have to go actually parking to McDonald's and walk. It's a very very I don't know if Kurtz ever heard have you ever done that I actually hung up on him. We've gotta get him back here. Okay. We'll no no worries. I'm trying to find your logic. But hold on a second Kurt hold on here. Sorry about that. That was all. NSA? Stacey asked that question. Because anybody have any of us are walked across the Zona border to Mexico is that what you're asking in new Gallus in any of us ever done that skirt of you. I don't spend a lot of time walking into Mexico. So you wouldn't know that it's actually really it's really an official, and it's it's nobody can just go through there. You some people if they don't have their passport. Hey. And you're right. That's where the border is that we have the same thing as you go when you go down to Tijuana. But the question is the question I live here in marina del Rey. Stacey. So. So you hit that border. No gallus. How far does the wall on either side of that border? I I'm not sure how many miles the wall. Determine how many miles it goes? Should it? Be five miles ten miles fifty miles. Awesome. It. There are people that are in property. I knew a girl that I went to you. They would choose from. No, gallows, Arizona. Nogales arizona. There's no gal Mexico, and she was to create life. I'm telling you shouldn't be focused as the question was we go across the wall. There's a border there. How far should the walls extended either side of that border that you have to cross twenty five miles each way? What's the pot? What's the policy or the principal or following? I'm fine as we have security if the security says, I need five hundred miles would you let them do that. No, that's ridiculous. A waste of waste of China's Kurt you responsible on Kurt. Well, well, we need walls where people are coming across. We need physical barriers physical Peres is like we'll and fire level invention. This is not a novel concept walls, keep people you don't want in out. They do that every day. That's what they're designed to do. If you want to keep people out, and you're serious about it weird at Democrats and to hang concern, not walk out another break. Stay with me. Leeann tweeden, doctor it's midday live. ABC news, live and local. It's two thirty. I'm Liz Warner the president spoke.

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"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Welcome bill. Off the Wall Street Journal is a member of the board. Who has a completely fresh view of the shutdown? And this amazing fact think about it just now what I'm about say. The Republicans are not being blamed Belle, a very good evening to you. How did this happen? How did I not see it? How after all? These years are blaming the Republicans for everything. Gingrich said today has Mr. McConnell and Mr. McCarthy escaped blame for the shutdown. Good evening to you. Hi, john. Well, it's mostly because Mitch McConnell. He is a master of strategically doing nothing as he showed in America and drawing attention to himself. But basically in a nutshell it's this in in one swoop by saying he's not going to send a Bill up to the president that the president won't sign protects President Trump. He drives Chuck Schumer insane because there won't be any of these bills, and he insulates his Republican senators from criticism because they don't have to go on the record, but these phony votes, so you know, you mentioned the Republicans are not getting the blame some of the polls mice just otherwise. 'cause they say who do you blame President Trump and the Republicans are Pelosi in the democrat. Oh, well, that's that's that's a that's. There have been polls. And there was one that came out today that if you break it up who do you blame President Trump gets the most blame I think it's almost half Nancy Pelosi gets either a quarter to a third blaming her. But Republicans are only get four to five percents. So they're not they're not really feeling the pressure. I mean, I can't believe all these beltway stories about Republicans feeling the pressure to crack, I don't see it. The house doesn't really matter right because anti Pelosi has majority. So the Republicans in the house don't really feel any pressure. It's in the Senate and McConnell, just by not doing anything. We leave them a lot of pressure. They can go around, and they could say the shutdown stupid. I wish it would end. But they're not forced into these votes. That Senator Schumer wants because he wants us to say, the United States Senate is eight times to open the government and Donald Trump won't do it and Mitch McConnell won't give it to them. But there's a twist here. And this is. Is even more delightful than Republicans not being blamed the twist is that Pelosi is standing back with our arms folded and not taking an opportunity that might not come again in this congress how so Bill. Well, look, this is the way I explain it. And you would understand if I went to MRs Mugabe, and and I said, you know, what I'm thinking of going to Acapulco for a week with my college roommate's? Let's just say that would put MRs mcgurn an excellent bargaining position to get something that she wanted that. Somehow her husband sit in the way, you know, Nancy Pelosi controls one chamber the house rage doesn't control the Senate. If you look at the next two years, it's hard to think she's going to be in a better position ever to get something from President Trump. And there's where the dynamic is really subtly different on on the on the top line. It looks like. Trump and Pelosi or equal Trump has won't sign a Bill that doesn't have the funding. I want for the wall Pelosi says never gonna give him that funding. The differences Trump's willing to give the Democrats some things to compromise to get that funding and MRs Pelosi isn't an unanticipated sure. That over the long term, that's a sustainable policy for her to say, she's made it clear. There's nothing Trump could give her that we get her to reconsider. I'm not sure that's a sustainable tuition. Puzzled early Bill when MRs Pelosi on the night of the twins speeches. Immediately went to moral language calling the ball moral and calling and saying that it was unacceptable on moral grounds. She said it was cruel. And that puzzled me because that's not a position you can parse or rearrange later. It's sounds like you don't have an argument. Right. So you call people names, I mean. That was an interesting inversion that night. I don't think the president's speech was among his best. You know? I'm not sure it really move the needle so much. Lease made us over reason case for his position, and he didn't name call and the roles for reverse, you know, Mr. Schumer and MRs Pelosi, you're saying this was malice and misinformation killing all he did was kind of name call. And of course, the press wouldn't call them out on the puzzle here. Also for me Bill. I mean, we've got to talk about this. We're talking about five billion dollars. I mean Bill is not the money. It never was the money. And there is a wall. I looked at a picture of the Zona border. There's a wall there's been a wall for some time, whatever they're planning on building is in is as a supplement to the wall that exists. So I have to believe that Pelosi's approach to this is to break Donald Trump. Now, there's something in her temperament that wants a victory over the president of the United States in January of twenty nineteen. Yeah. I'd say two things one is if you look at the history shutdowns, generally is the congressional side that loses, you know, Newt Gingrich's considered to have lost to shutdown in ninety s I think John bainer the shutdown with the Obama's considered to come out on the leasing side. And of course, last January Chuck Schumer law twenty call to shut down over Dhaka, and then default, but that does tell you something apart from the parties to it's a lot easier for president to hold his line, then for the leader in congress because the president himself, you know, if he's not going to do this. He doesn't need anyone else. Right to do this where in congress you have to keep control of your caucus. So I'm just not sure she's gonna do that. I think a lot of caucus. I mean, the temptation for the Democrats. The next two years is to make their priority sticking it to Trump. Or denying him victory rather than doing what might be best for them. And I think that's where they are. Now that their primary goal is is not getting like, the DACA people. To dreamers that the Democrats would consider that a great victory that that would say when they went they shut down the government last year over that. Right. So I think they could get that. But so I don't I don't understand look, I think Trump hatred. I don't agree with everything the president does. And there's a lot of stuff. He does that. I don't like, but the Trump hatred blinds people and dries them into doing dumb things. I I mean part of me thinks I'm not a huge fan of the wall. I mean, I think there are other things you can do until I'm not Don my priority. But he made it a signature issue. He can't surrender on it. And the Democrats have to recognize that. And I think what Trump is doing what they don't realize. I think he uses a wall in his tweets. Dr Democrats crazy to say, the it and they can't help themselves. What he's really doing is making this debate. And saying this debate is really not just about the wall. It's a choice between border security and Noboru security. And I think the Democrats are losing that fight because I don't think anyone takes us seriously on security do all this footage of Democrats being four fences and restrictions and. Different things until Trump embrace it right now, they've different opinion. And I don't think they have a credible case on border security, and I think that's what Trump is doing on the issue. And if we have this other caravan forming this, yes, I guess I just think it plays into his hands. And they're also denying they wanna say there's no crisis at the border at all. I mean, you can you can believe that the wall is not an answer. But to say that it's just a manufactured crisis. Wave all these kids coming over. I don't see that these are long turned sustainable positions by the Democratic Party Beverly gun. He writes mainstream as a member that ATar board of the Wall Street Journal. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"zona border" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Report it Todd and dawn eyewitness report southbound I thirty five Jesse where you stuck right now. Man, I am just at about approach Runberg lane on the thirty five in west from thirty five neighborhoods being shut down as well know by traffic workers and everybody driving out for the freeways, pretty intense. How long have you been stuck out there? Jess. So I left from fourteen thirty one up in round rock, and I left at six AM this morning trying to make my six thirty meeting down in Austin. Yeah. That didn't happen. So so you missed a Don priors six oh five traffic report. And just that was just getting nor would have saved you. You can't miss that jet. Jess, john. Jessie, are you from California? Can you tell because you said the thirty five thirty five. Yeah. Yes. Yes. I've been here. A few months. I love your show. Thank you got me. Hooked you could you could just call it the interstate. If you want to put the on the interstate, otherwise, it's just I thirty five we all say, the are you could even just say thirty five. Yes. Because it's the only one we get a lot less work for you. Where are you from Jesse? Where'd you move here from I moved from Los Angeles out there where they got that teachers strike going interesting. And that's part of the reason why we moved out here for the better schools. No, it's really property taxes. Now, while we appreciate you coming here from the blue state, but please keep your blue politics there. Okay. I I left then at the Zona border. Thank you saying. What are you doing? Thanks for listening. Thanks for calling to we've got another one here. John thirty five Stevens on northbound thirty-five, Stephen good morning begging morning. Yes, sir here. I'm traveling out of town. A and it's pretty nice good. Yeah. So our our school districts. I read a lot of the one hundred sixty plus page school finance Commissioner report. And you know, it's great to pay them to pay him a great amount of money. Like, I said, it's one of the hardest jobs. But one of the socialist things we do is. We do an across the board pay raise that poor teachers get paid the same as the good teachers. That's not the biggest differentiator is in. There is just keep your head down and don't make waves. And if you're there for twenty years you make more than the person's been there pretend experimented with pay. And they saw huge amazing increase in their in their poor schools doing better that's number one number two the second sex, and this is just common sense, right? When you get people involved and give them choices to make they start to make better decisions. That's true never tolerate the government telling us where we had a buyer groceries because we want to look for a great deal a great price. Why do we tell rate on even today telling you which school district which public school district? You have to be in because a constitutional taxes are article seven section one guarantees you this free public school. We made those funds portable and the teacher and his parents had now the incentive to go where they wanted to. And they cannot tell you exactly why I'm attorney at a kid who wanted to live with his dad and was a mile outside of marble, followed ISD and burn it. And he had to get permission from the superintendent to cross that line instead of the parents being able to choose where to take amazing. You're absolutely spot on Stephen. We often talk about how we want, you know, keep education local let the local folks make the decisions you're spot on accurate in every politician has talked about it ran campaigns on democrat and Republican about more school choice. But you're right. We need more of that. We need more choice. You shouldn't be able to send your kids to any school. You want to send this? You're absolutely. You. Should yes scary thing when I talked to some of the people that read policy committee last week, one of the biggest fears, and this disgusts me is that they would have people from the lower economic side of the tracks come into their school and hours. I was aghast. I was like there's no way you should call yourself. How Texan and say that? And that's the biggest fear, and we need to make the funds portable because then the parent has a reason to be involved, and they're going to get the best thing. They can't. Well, listen, there's gonna come appoint. And you you said you were a lawyer a family, lawyers that rights. Yeah. At one. Point do some children in these underperforming, schools, decide to file a class action lawsuit. I mean think about it. If you're if you're a if you're a child that that went through an elementary school that was labeled underperforming. Did you went to a middle school labeled underperforming, and then you onto a high school that's labeled underperforming. You probably didn't get the education that you should have gotten. And you may have a lawsuit on your hands. There may be a group of sixteen eighteen year olds that have a class action lawsuit against school districts.

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"zona border" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on KCRW

"Public radio international in collaboration with WGN radio in Boston today. President Trump will visit the US Mexico border stopping in the city of macallan, Texas. The visit comes on the heels of his Oval Office address this barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It's also what our professionals at the border want and need, this is just common sense. But not everyone living and working on the border shares the president's sentiments, here's Jim darling. The mayor of macallan, Texas speaking with CNN's Kate Baldwin on Wednesday. The president says that this is all worth it in order for him to get more money for the border wall. Do you see it that way? Shutdowns worked at for. No. I think I think the president's negotiation style is his book to is. You're forced the issue. You're force in this case, the Democrats to sit down and negotiate joining us now is Mitchell Mariscos senior editor with cage as easy as frontier has desk. Michelle, thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. So you've spent a long time covering the border. How have attitudes about border security evolved over time a brief history? Going back eighteen years turn of the century. Most of the Zona border was barbed wire. Most of that barbed wire was intended to stop cattle, not people hope and mouth disease from the nineteen fifties. As as that slowly started changing, they started putting up a what we call the sort of landing Matt platform steel along urban areas, which started diverting traffic for more rural areas, enter Arizona, right at that point became the number one. An entry point for illegal immigration across the entire southwest border. So that started a lot of concern and a lot of ran core along along the border about stopping a flow of illegal immigration that was unprecedented. That of course, as evolved into what we have now, which is the situation where we have a lot of border wall already up will we call tactical infrastructure, but it's not enough apparently for the White House. They want to put up more, right? And and you spoke to the mayor of Nogales in Arizona, a thorough Guerrino who criticize the US military for putting up wire along the board. Let's take a listen to what he said razor wire concertina wire is not what you wanna see.

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"zona border" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"But it just becomes this like expression of will write that like we should. 'cause this thing which at that time was the fence rather than the wall. But if we could make fence materialize, all our problems would be solved, and I am saying to you the immigrant skeptic that it is like the government is not taking the problem seriously enough that if they cared they would have a fence here. And if they had the fence here, the problem wouldn't exist, but they are betraying you. Right. Like, this is actually a fairly explicit conversation going on within the Republican party at this time. This is like this is the same thing that you'll later here. Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush saying as they're kind of trying to shore themselves up from criticism in the two thousand sixteen primary. It's the argument of look I understand that our entire immigration system needs to be reformed, but people don't trust the government to keep the border secure. And the first thing we need to do is sure them that the border has been secured and only then can we move onto these other things. Now, the problem with this is a that's the exact thing Brock Obama was trying from the democratic side in his first term, but be at the same time that John McCain is saying build the dang fence, Arizona governor, Jan brewer is talking about how immigrants are crossing and murdering people and everybody should be terrified. So there's there are political entrepreneurs in the Republican party who have a very strong political incentive to make. It seem like everybody is in mortal peril all the time. Which is not the lived experience of people who are actually on the Zona border, or for that matter the rest of the US Mexico border, but is very powerful for white people in Arizona, some of whom didn't grow up in Arizona, but like moved there is part of the sun belt migration who are terrified that someone will come across the border, and then go another hundred miles or so, and they'll their heads will be on a pike yet. It's funny to me that people talked. About Obama, and George W Bush as being relatively soft on the border when they basically kept trying the exact same things that now the idea of a virtual wall or yes SP STI net, which you know, was this whole idea of like this virtual wall with cameras on this security from two thousand six to twenty eleven it failed to cover fifty three miles and cost one billion dollars, which the breakdown of that is not good. But it's interesting to me that in twenty ten twenty eleven two thousand twelve this idea that again, it's not just immigration. It's immigrants coming and then committing crimes and the government isn't doing enough. And then when the government is doing something, whatever it's doing is not the right thing to be doing. And so I think that you know, I made this point before and I'll make it again that the border became a psychological phenomenon. Yes, it is what the executive in your heart symbolic site. Exactly where it became not an act the actual. Breakdown of how to deal with the border became know when we talk about like secure the secure fence act. There are still more than ninety cases tied up in court having to do with the eminent domain claims ten years later, that's not what people are thinking about when they're thinking about the border thinking about the fact that the border goes through people's farmland goes through someone sheep, and that they are going to want to a not have the border go through their farmland and be be compensated. If it does. But again, it's this site of so much focus from but not in a way that's about like the real politic of how the border works. But based on this idea of like, if we do these things everyone will be safe from this thing that could happen further record one of the ways in which the Trump administration is actually making progress beyond the kind of stalemate that the secure fence stuff had been is successful eminent domain like they're about to start bulldozing butterfly sanctuary of of really. Because the supreme court rejected an environmental lawsuit about you know, that use of of taking for for the purpose of building border barrier. But you know, there's an interesting sort of turn here because we're talking about like the.

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"zona border" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"Show for y'all so without further ado here's our first guest i guess today is dr guadalupe carreira cabrera a professor at the shaar school of policy and government at george mason university global fellow of the latin american program at the wilson center her areas of expertise are us mexico relations organized crime immigration border security and human trafficking across the us mexico border her newest book which came out last year is titled loza inc criminal corporations energy and civil war in mexico dr corey cabrera thank you for joining us thank you to pleasure to the here so i wanna start with a little background and my question while trump is still pushing for his border wall it it mid amidst the immigration crisis the tarian emergency that's happening right now for decades us as actually dreamed of and tried to build a virtual wall at the border there was a multibillion dollar contract with boeing in two thousand six to build eighteen hundred towers along the mexican and canadian borders this was part of the secure border initiative that contract was canned i believe in two thousand eleven for being on successful in two thousand fourteen zona border surveillance technology plan was issued the israeli company elbit was commissioned to build a network of surveillance towers i think for like one hundred and forty five million forty three towers were built bloomberg reported by that initiative there's twelve thousand underground motion sensors as well as an array of high definition cameras predator drones blimps towers stretching across the two thousand miles of land that make up the us mexico border i guess i'm just curious why do we need all of this tech i mean we have i think something like twenty thousand people working for a border patrol guarding the border what is what is this tech trying to solve it's a very interesting question i am not sure i'm not sure it's very difficult to completely close water to shut the water it's almost impossible for many reasons of course there's another gatien that more surveillance and bertel immaterial walls and all these technology will sell the problem and that would help customs on border protection to to prevent more people from crossing the border and drugs and pack but in reality whose i mean we have to ask those benefiting from from from these technologies you know walls that are going to be built because you know as we will as we have known the the number of border patrol agents has doubled in the in the past few years and also the technology that has been that has been put to protect certain parts of the border and people are still arriving and mugler's are getting much more creative and people don't necessarily need to cross the border right they can do it by c they can do it by tunnels on or they can do it through corrupt networks on both sides of the water so i am not sure how much this is going to help to prevent people from crossing the border but on the other i mean there's another thing that we need to consider the number of apprehension in the last few years in the last two decades have been decreasing it's it's interesting that the perception at least them the discourse of the current administration that we need to protect the border people are this is this is a mess i live in the elite at the border for eight years and that was not a crisis with you didn't have migration prices as the crisis that it's preceded washington so to respond to your question i am not sure why it will it why we really need this we want to prevent people from coming it's it's it's more you know we would save a lot of money addressing the the the roots of the problem and all this money is going to be benefiting the contractors more than anybody else so april mentioned a few of the technologies that are being used on the border what are you aware of in terms of the role that tech is playing right now in the border policy of the united states well tickets playing important role see like the number of drones have increased of course the fence includes cameras and include technology.

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"zona border" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from almond board of california did you know almond farmers and processors are supporting research into restoring depleted groundwater through onfarm recharge grow what you know at almonds dot com slash water live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens and vesta gators are gathering witness accounts enter balance images of monday's van attack on a busy street in toronto the driver plowed into a crowd of pedestrians killing at least ten people and injuring fifteen other some critically the natalie says canadian authorities are still not speculating on the suspect's motive chief marched onder saying they're keeping all their options open however government source who was briefed on the situation spoke to us on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the public did say that this person's that they have under arrest as of right now they have not found any connection to any organized terrorist group the cbc's natalie collado the suspected gunman in the mass shooting at tennessee waffle house is scheduled to make his first quarter appearance since the attack on wednesday wpa ellen's hooghly at up martinelli says citizens tip let the suspect's arrest yesterday about a mile from the crime scene it's been pouring rain hair making a difficult search even more complicated nashville mayor david briley think dozens of officers who've been out in the elements conditions have been quite bad for the last thirty six hours so it was tough work i want to thank them personally on behalf of all of the citizens of nashville for everything that they did this aspect was found with a pistol in his backpack in a wooded area near his apartment police say he used an ar fifteen assault style rifle in the waffle house shooting his weapons had been taken from him in his home state of illinois after he was arrested for reaching a secure area near the white house last year for npr news i'm julia demerjian early in nashville border patrol agent has been filmed not guilty of second degree murder in the shooting death of a teenage boy across the zona border from member station k j z michel marie sco reports from tucson agent lonnie swertz was acquitted by.

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"zona border" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"zona border" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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