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Court suggests religious schools OK to get Maine tuition aid

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 15 hrs ago

Court suggests religious schools OK to get Maine tuition aid

"The the Supreme Supreme Court Court appears appears ready ready to to rule rule that that religious religious schools schools cannot cannot be be excluded excluded from from a a mainstay mainstay program program that that offers offers tuition tuition aid aid for for private private education education the the state state allows allows families families who who live live in in towns towns that that don't don't have have public public schools schools to to receive receive public public tuition tuition dollars dollars to to send send their their children children to to the the public public or or private private school school of of their their choosing choosing but but the the program program excludes excludes religious religious schools schools the the court court six six conservative conservative justices justices seem seem largely largely unpersuaded unpersuaded by by Maine's Maine's arguments arguments that that the the state state is is willing willing to to pay pay for for the the rough rough equivalent equivalent of of a a public public education education but but not not religious religious inculcation inculcation the the course course three three liberal liberal justices justices signaled signaled they they were were more more aligned aligned with with the the state's state's arguments arguments the the case case is is the the latest latest test test of of religious religious freedoms freedoms for for a a Supreme Supreme Court Court that that has has favored favored faith faith based based discrimination discrimination claims claims I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib - Who Earns $174,000 - Wants Taxpayers to Pay off Her Student Loans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 19 hrs ago

Rep. Rashida Tlaib - Who Earns $174,000 - Wants Taxpayers to Pay off Her Student Loans

"Rashida Tlaib, talking about student loan forgiveness, which is a top priority, a demand of the American left, listen to her. I worked full-time Monday through Friday and took weekend classes to get my law degree, and still close to $200,000 in debt. And I still over $70,000. If most of it was interest most of it was our own government making money and profit off of me. And guess what, I didn't go to the for profit entities. I went to legal aid. I worked at the nonprofit organization fighting for the right to breathe clean air to fight for the worker that was getting their wage taken and stolen from their employer. I went and worked on immigrant rights and so much more. And all of that to say, we have to stop treating as if folks that are paying for education as if they bought some bougie car or some big, you know, something beyond no. They were seeking an education. That woman makes almost $200,000 a year. And she wants you to pay for her college education. I mean, she's very clear about it. She did nice things. She worked for immigrants rights and she did a lot of nice things. A lot of altruistic things. She didn't buy a bougie car. She got a law degree. So now you pay for that law degree. You have to pay for her education. That's the mindset. And again, $174,000 a year salary. Do you make a $174,000 a year? 70,000 can I ask you a personal question? If you made a $174,000 a year, would you expect it's just everybody else to pay for your bills?

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Taking a Stance About Ukraine Protects Our Own Interests

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Taking a Stance About Ukraine Protects Our Own Interests

"And sometimes and sometimes when we're united in voice against an enemy sometimes we should embrace that The more the merrier in this case and not just Russia China and Iran So it's not a matter of America intervening in Ukraine It is about our own interests I hear it said over and over again By people I like and people I don't like What is it 7000 miles away It's 5000 miles away How can it hurt us We don't fight wars in Lawrence Kansas We don't fight wars in New York Pennsylvania We don't fight wars and plattsville California We fight wars overseas And now the enemy has advanced technology Used to be that the oceans protected us Now it's a minimal protection The enemy has submarines too They have underwater missiles they can launch with nuclear warheads that are merged that is multiple nuclear warheads We saw them led to them We can thank the Clinton administration Remember there I remember the days the Chinese couldn't get a rocket off the ground It was the late 1990s Oh what a difference 20 years makes So what are we supposed to do People who speak out against what Russia's doing somehow our bloodthirsty extremists who need a war to fight I kind of propaganda Really gives aid and comfort to the

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 US religious group says Haitian gang releases 3 hostages

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

US religious group says Haitian gang releases 3 hostages

"A a religious religious group group based based in in Ohio Ohio says says a a violent violent gang gang in in Haiti Haiti has has released released three three more more hostages hostages while while another another twelve twelve remain remain abducted abducted the the statement statement from from Christian Christian aid aid ministries ministries says says the the people people were were released released on on Sunday Sunday in in Haiti Haiti and and all all safe safe and and seem seem to to be be in in good good spirits spirits the the group group provided provided no no further further details details on on that that than than the the twenty twenty one one the the religious religious organization organization announced announced the the four four hundred hundred mile mile wide wide so so gangs gangs have have released released the the first first two two hostages hostages of of a a group group of of seventeen seventeen kidnapped kidnapped in in mid mid October October the the gang gang has has threatened threatened to to kill kill the the hostages hostages unless unless demands demands are are met met authorities authorities say say the the guy guy he's he's seeking seeking one one million million dollars dollars for for each each person person although although it's it's not not immediately immediately clear clear if if that that includes includes the the children children in in the the group group I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's not not a a religious religious group group based based in in Ohio Ohio says says a a violent violent gang gang in in Haiti Haiti has has released released three three more more hostages hostages well well another another twelve twelve remain remain abducted abducted the the statement statement from from Christian Christian aid aid ministries ministries says says the the people people were were released released on on Sunday Sunday in in Haiti Haiti and and all all safe safe and and seem seem to to be be in in good good spirits spirits the the group group provided provided no no further further details details on on that that than than the the twenty twenty one one the the religious religious organization organization announced announced the the four four hundred hundred mile mile wide wide so so gangs gangs have have released released the the first first two two hostages hostages of of a a group group of of seventeen seventeen kidnapped kidnapped in in mid mid October October the the gang gang has has threatened threatened to to kill kill the the hostages hostages unless unless demands demands are are met met authorities authorities say say the the guy guy he's he's seeking seeking one one million million dollars dollars for for each each person person although although it's it's not not immediately immediately clear clear if if

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Murray throws for 2 TDs, runs for 2 as Cardinals beat Bears

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Murray throws for 2 TDs, runs for 2 as Cardinals beat Bears

"Kyler Kyler Murray Murray returning returning from from injury injury through through a a pair pair of of touchdown touchdown passes passes and and also also ran ran into into pairs pairs the the cardinals cardinals defeated defeated the the bears bears thirty thirty three three twenty twenty two two on on the the day day Marie Marie completed completed eleven eleven of of fifteen fifteen four four hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards he he also also rushed rushed for for fifty fifty nine nine more more yards yards on on the the ground ground with with the the victory victory Arizona Arizona most most attended attended to to on on the the season season tops tops in in the the NFC NFC and and they're they're also also seven seven and and on on the the road road with with all all seven seven wins wins coming coming by by double double digits digits the the bears bears who who fell fell to to foreign foreign aid aid got got two two touchdown touchdown passes passes from from Andy Andy Dalton Dalton but but on on the the flip flip side side he he threw threw four four interceptions interceptions David David Shuster Shuster Chicago Chicago

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Women activists call for more rights in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Women activists call for more rights in Afghanistan

"Women women activists activists in in Afghanistan Afghanistan are are calling calling for for more more rights rights after after the the Taliban Taliban issued issued a a new new decree decree that that bans bans forced forced marriage marriage despite despite any any Taliban Taliban mandate mandate which which makes makes forced forced marriage marriage legal legal women women activists activists in in the the Afghan Afghan capital capital believe believe this this is is not not enough enough to to address address the the issues issues of of women's women's rights rights and and are are insisting insisting that that they they would would continue continue fighting fighting for for their their right right to to education education employment employment and and participation participation in in political political and and social social life life since since the the Taliban Taliban takeover takeover in in mid mid August August education education at at the the secondary secondary school school level level and and above above has has been been banned banned the the new new decree decree is is seen seen as as a a strategic strategic move move to to encourage encourage international international recognition recognition of of their their government government and and restore restore aid aid to to the the country country I'm I'm the the only only Shannon Shannon

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Pastors, Elections, and Where They Intersect

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Pastors, Elections, and Where They Intersect

"That. So let's talk about a component of that where some people say, well, I'm a pastor, if I speak out on this, it's going to destroy my church. Since you've spoken out on these issues, or you've always has your church ground very much. Now, what I say to people is for every family that leaves probably three families come, because when somebody gets offended, there's always somebody else who's looking for just somebody tell me the truth. You know, I will have people come to our church. They may not necessarily agree with me at first, but they're hungry for somebody just tell me the truth. I just want to hear a straight talker. Just somebody who's not going to be playing games with words, just give me the truth. Let me tell you we're really started for me, Charlie. In 2008, because I bought, I drank the Kool-Aid about pastors shouldn't be political. Separation of church and state, all that nonsense. Where people think that that's actually in the constitution or the declaration. It's nowhere in our founding documents at all. A letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1802, that's another story. But here's the deal. I just thought that that's where the churches should be non political. 2008 I had David Barton come to my church. It was an awesome guy, president founder of wall builders. It was an election year in 2008. He and his wife Cheryl took me and my wife tearing out for dinner. We're at op outback steakhouse. And he says to me, do you ever preach election service? I don't even know what an election sermon is. He says, yeah, do you know that for the first couple hundred years of American history? And in fact, he turned me onto a two volume set called American political sermons of the founding era. From like 1730 until the mid 1800s. And I had the volumes in my library at home, where pastors would get up and preach election sermons and call out the candidates and even say things like this candidate is standing for truth. This one isn't. Now you know who to vote for. Don't vote for this guy, vote for this. You know, I'm being very direct.

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Did Chris Cuomo Use Other Journalists to Learn of Future Accusers of Andrew Cuomo?

Mark Levin

01:25 min | Last week

Did Chris Cuomo Use Other Journalists to Learn of Future Accusers of Andrew Cuomo?

"He says then this is the best part too He uses his position as a quote unquote journalist to get other journalists to tell him about women coming forward to accuse his brother of sexual assault Think about enough for a moment He pretends he calls him up he goes hey it's Chris Cuomo How are you doing fellow journalist Just wondering if you've got any leaves on other women who might be coming to accuse the governor of New York on sexual assault Now I imagine I don't know I imagine one of those journalists might have said Chris like your brother you mean right And he said well no but I'm not asking I'm asking him my capacity as a fake journalist for CNN And they go oh well if you're asking as a fake journalist for CNN well in that case sure I'll tell you yeah there's a woman she's gonna come forward and here's the details It was at a wedding She says the governor did this to her blah blah blah blah blah But don't tell him right Chris because you're coming to us as a fake journalist and we're fake journalists telling you a scoop fake journalist of fellow fake journalists That's how I imagine the conversation took place I do not have an audio transcript so forgive me if I might have gotten a thing or two wrong in that obviously But then I think what happened is he goes back to the aid Most of it rose and he says to her listen here's the deal I got everything I got to scoop on the woman I know what she I know what she's accusing him of I've got people And then he starts making calls to people To basically find ways that he can sink her before the allegations are

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 Kidnappers release 2 of 17 missionaries abducted in Haiti

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Kidnappers release 2 of 17 missionaries abducted in Haiti

"A U. S. based church organization says two of the seventeen members off a missionary group who kidnapped more than a month ago safe and in good spirits after being freed in Haiti Christian aid ministries says it could not give the names of those released why they were freed all of the information the Ohio based group says while we rejoice this release also with the fifteen people who are still being held the five children in the group of sixteen American citizens and one Canadian including an eight month old the mission was were kidnapped by a gang on October sixteen with the leader threatening to kill the hostages unless his demands were met he wanted one million dollars per person although

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Democrats Plan to Swing Back Aggressively at Republicans on Critical Race Theory Claims

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats Plan to Swing Back Aggressively at Republicans on Critical Race Theory Claims

"Democrat strategists say the party should hit back harder against GOP critical race theory claims. On a political level, it's a real threat one strategy is insider, but strategists say they shouldn't lose sight of economic issues at the top priority. Okay, a little bit of back and forth even in the header in the subhead. They called it a racist dog whistle and a lie. But those messages haven't helped Democrats tamp down on the uproar Republicans are fueling over critical race theory. Now a misuse catch all term for teaching on race and diversity in K through 12 schools that's firing up protests at school board meetings around the country. In Virginia, Republican governor elect Glenn young exploited the term. Interesting word choice exploited. Exploited the term pledged to ban it and classrooms on his first day as governor, and even though critical race theory in academic approach to examining racial bias, that's very nice of an academic approach to it's white racism. It's anti white racism, pure and simple. It's resegregation. It's backwards. It's the most regressive ideology that you will ever encounter. It's cultural Marxism, but under the guise of racialism of racial justice. Okay? That we're justice. It's the word that left claims. And they don't have any idea of who gets to define what justice is. It's basically their topic du jour, their morality du jour that continually moves. It's not rooted in anything eternal. It's not rooted in any type of faith. Tradition that is eternal or long-lasting that has tradition behind it. It's whatever they think justices that day, but they'll use the term, and then you are the person that they're going to contend with to get the justice that they deserve. You conservative, you Republican, you racist, parents all across the nation? So they go and say that it's just CRT is just examining our history of racial bias and is most often taught in law schools. Well, that was true. Until George Floyd and Floyd a palooza. Democrat strategists say the party should hit back harder against divisive GOP claims, while not losing sight of the priority of voters in the economy. Okay, at least they want to talk about the economy that they're running into the ground. On a political level, it's a real threat that has allowed Republicans to claw back the inroads, the Democrats have made in the suburbs over the last couple of election cycles that Jim Manley, a longtime aid former Senate minority leader Harry Reid. Democrats haven't yet pushed back on this issue enough, but the good news is the party's response is effective. They just need to make the case

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Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

"Moving to nine and one on the season the number four ranked Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the nineteenth ranked Purdue Boilermakers fifty nine to thirty one at home Ohio state after one half lead forty five to seventeen scoring on their first aid offense of Dr Gerry Wilson in his first game back from injury collected ten receptions for a hundred twenty six dollars and a fifty one yard rushing touchdown on a jet sweep as well Ohio state quarterback CJ scribes also terrific throwing five touchdown my job is to sit back there and deliver them also I mean when they get to play fast and and then go do the things so on the off line on the fly with we go better is often spotted at despite the loss of your car make a no call for Purdue played well during the nearly four hundred yards and four touchdowns Maxwell Kongolo miss Ohio

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The Left, and Their Monopoly on Victimhood

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

The Left, and Their Monopoly on Victimhood

"On an issue that I have covered regularly the vaccine regularly should say the virus and all its ramifications vaccines included. Aaron Syria lawyer who has followed this greatly and been involved in it legally CDC admits crushing rights of naturally immune without proof they transmit the virus. After formal demand, and I saw the formal demand. It's a freedom of information act demand. After formal demand the CDC concedes it does not have proof of a single instance of a naturally immune individual spreading the virus. I saw it. It's so incredible this piece of news, and of course it won't be reported in denying media. That was the truest thing that Donald Trump said in his four years. And he said, many true things, by the way, the lying media is like its treatment, remember, what was that Catholic boy's name in Washington, D.C.? Anyway, remember that the Catholic boy? This written house is really chapter another chapter in that, or like the white, the white lacrosse players at duke. The media lie to you that every day by omission or co mission. They lied about me. That I denied that gaze have been pariahs during the aids crisis. It's a 100% law. You could read my statement. But because I also said, or because I said that the unvaccinated are also pariahs who, this set them off. The left owns all victimhood. There are no victims. Among conservatives or among white males.

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Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

"The defense has rested its case at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the judge agreed to jury instructions and closing arguments could be held Monday in a Wisconsin murder case that has stirred fears debate prosecutors have sought to portray Kyle Rittenhouse as remorseless an instigator and a vigilante the eighteen year old said his intent was to protect property and render aid when he brought in a R. style rifle in his life guard medical kit to the streets of Kenosha Wisconsin during destructive protests over the police shooting of Jacob lake that August night in twenty twenty Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday to say he was defending himself from attack and had no choice when he used his rifle I did what I had to do to stop the person who is attacking me his account has been largely corroborated by evidence and the prosecution's own witnesses Rittenhouse said that Joseph Rosenbaum cornered him and put his hand on the barrel of his rifle the second man hit with a skateboard and the third band came out him with a gun of his own he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison if convicted of the most serious charges which include first degree homicide and reckless endangering try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | Last month

Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized

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Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | Last month

Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.

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 Pope decries Ethiopia's humanitarian crisis, urges dialogue

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Pope decries Ethiopia's humanitarian crisis, urges dialogue

"Pope Francis has decried the recent situation in Ethiopia and has pressed for dialogue over war total weekly dance that some people just read that he was worried about the country which has shaken my conduct every year the warning if UPS north Tigray region has killed thousands of people millions more have been displaced leaving many struggling with severe hunger the U. N. security council has called an end to the fighting it has also requested access to areas of the country for humanitarian aid to tackle the hunger crisis I'm Karen

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Fed to begin slowing economic aid as inflation worries rise

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Fed to begin slowing economic aid as inflation worries rise

"The federal reserve will begin dialing back the extraordinary economic aid it's provided since the pandemic erupted last year in a statement following its latest policy meeting the fed says it will start reducing its monthly bond purchases in the coming weeks the central bank plans to trim the amount by fifteen billion dollars a month from the current one hundred and twenty billion however that pace could change the move is a response to high inflation that now looks likely to persist longer than it did just a few months ago the bond purchases have been intended to hold down long term interest rates to encourage borrowing and spending but with the economy now recovering that's no longer needed Ben Thomas Washington

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At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation

"A coalition of governments and private funders personals plans to invest one point seven billion dollars to aid indigenous communities are protected by a diverse tropical forests in the next four years governments from the US the UK Norway Germany and the Netherlands and seventeen other private phone does say the money will support activities to secure will strengthen and protect indigenous peoples and local communities land and resource rights I'm provide other kinds of aid including the group activities a spokesperson for the Ford Foundation one of the founders who told the AP the governments are providing approximately one billion while the rest will come from the philanthropies I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

"Men is becoming unusual towards his desires causing the birth of various epidemics in the world. Then when desire extraordinary desire has conceived it gives birth to sin fornication and adulteration and sin when it is full grown brings forth death aids. james chapter. One verse is fifteen and sixteen. Do not be deceived. Evil company corrupts good habits awake to righteousness and do not sin for some. Do not have the knowledge of god. I speak this to your shame. First corinthians chapter fifteen versus thirty three and thirty four god is analyzing the behavior of humans in his words for even their women exchanged the natural us for what is against nature likewise also the men leaving lust for one and other men with men committing what is shameful homosexuality and receiving in themselves. The penalty various diseases of their era. Which was do romans one colon. Twenty six twenty eight people nowadays not content with their heterosexual way of letting out there libido trying to quench the sexual fest by having sex with animals dishonoring their body's filled with lusts in their hearts so god commands them. You shall not lie with a male is with a woman. It is an abomination. Nor shall you met with any beast to defile yourself with it. Not sure any woman stand before beast to make with it. It is a perversion. Do not defile yourselves with any of these things for by all. These nations are defiled which i am costing out before you live at kaz chapter eighteen verses twenty two to twenty four the man who commits adultery. With another man's wife he who commits adultery. With his neighbor's wife the adultery and the adulterous shall surely be put to death. Eight oh man lies with a male as he lays a woman both of them shall surely be put to death it a man males with a beast he shall surely be put to death and you shall kill the beast leviticus. Chapter twenty versus ten to sixteen cursed is the one who lies with any kind of animal. Deuteronomy chapter twenty seven verse twenty one god was stringent towards all these wickedness among men and he orders them three thousand seven hundred years ago to hamper their expansion by holding the threat of death. This nature among people must be objected but many countries have made laws towards their citizens for enjoying more free sex in fifty nine god in his mighty book states. Do you know that. The neither phony kate nor adulterers nor homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of god. I corinthians chapter six verses nine and ten now the body is not for sexual immorality but for the lord and the lord.

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"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

"They soon on these conditions. This deadly virus has been engulfing the human race by making a compact standing the human body proliferating all over the body ruining it. Many countries in the world have made regulations in their countries to enjoy sex through free sex red light areas et cetera. The entire world has become prey in the hands of this death. Defying disease making human beings into ashes. A blazing fire now. The world is indulged. In having sex between two men and two women a man and woman men and an animal costing their lives for the sake of short-term glee man enticed with his bundle of needs is not satisfied until he looks for a new paradise in this hazardous and hectic journey man has become more whimsical and haughty in his nature resulting in great clamour all commotion which is now the most modern situation in the world man is tussling with this dreadful epidemic from years ago but his still in vain in this uncertain situation let us hear the verdict of the bible regarding the origin source and birth of aids god. His loved his children from the beginning. He wanted them to abide by his orders. All commandments. nothing. Other than the bible god with his foresight saw the future and the human nature and commanded with fewer regulations that could provide him a state of tranquility hundreds and thousands of years ago. He made some regulations which binds every man. It is good for a man not to marry but since there is so much immorality each man should have his own wife not wives and each woman her own husband not husband. The wife spotty does not belong to her alone but also taught her husband in the same way. The husband's body does not belong to him alone but also to his wife. First corinthians chapter seven verses one to four our world is a superb work made by gaunt which fulfills the needs of millions of people who are inheriting it. God created everything that man needs. He created plenty of food to meet man's hunger oceans to quench his thirst women and men for their desire of variety of tastes colors fragrances. And many more. God ordered man to accomplish all his desires. Rationally and legitimately this doesn't mean that if a man is hungry he should live on human flesh. If thirsty to take intoxicants and vicious liquors feels like having sex to mate with plenty of women other than his wife. Man was made wise of them beasts not to behave like them but to have dominance over them and to set proper his ways. Our god is so mindful of the relationship between husband and wife. He wants to exclude himself between them when they are in need of each other do not deprive one another except with consent for time that she may give yourselves to fasting and prayer and come together again so that satan does not tempt to because of your lack of self control. First corinthians chapter seven verse five. God has given paramount priority towards this relationship because he treats it honorable and the bed. I'm defiled hebrews. Thirteen to four. When god has made marriage sacred nowadays has been treated as a partnership agreement for a certain period and can be broken at any time leading many contacts between various men and women all over.

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"He didn't die in nine months or even two years. So basically he was diagnosed. Hiv positive in november. He was diagnosed with aids new mississippi. The monja in may and at that time ago nine months he lived another seven years so he lived. We lived with him being sick for seven and a half years out of less than an eight year relationship. So that's pretty much all. I knew i remember all too well. You were an amazing tele from me because again not many people knew many of the layers of my life except for you in a few other people and i don't think i ever shared with you. How much that meant to me. Because i did not have an outlet and you were the kind of person that was. Never judgmental always supportive always there and that got me through some very difficult periods. Well you've always meant the world to me. So what was it like living with somebody who had aids while again. He was not someone who lived as an aids patient although at at some point soon thereafter he got a job as you know at gmac and he was also one of the first people to go to where their experimental drugs. I member he. And i went to france because it was a physician that had some kind of treatment and i remember that he was also one of the first people to do. Azt and at the time azt was prescribed. You had to take it every four hours so i would be the one that would set the alarm. I would wake him up. I would make show. He took his medication when i was home with him so we didn't even sleep through the night like having a newborn for months and months there was also honeymoon period. Where things kind of stabilized for him and so he continued to live a full life. We travelled he worked. Fulltime wasn't always living under the roof of sickness but it was always present. Obviously what did you think about him. Going to work for the men's health crisis. It felt that this is what he needed to do. He was diligent in what it would take to stay alive. He wanted to live. He had a strong will up until literally the day died and so it felt it was the right thing for him for me. It was like i was very private and had my own of my identity. And there i was basically with a very public figure because he became the poster boy his disease became just a lot of who we were as a couple. How did you navigate. That i remember. You've led a life with lots of layers to it. How did you navigate that. I think in hindsight Looking back. I leaned on his strength. Also i think we became a source each other's strength.

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"On our second afternoon. Just back from a swim in the marine water. Santeuil bay berry yells for me from the bathroom. He turns from the mirror and says look he sticks out his tongue. We always joked. About what a big tongue had. But that's not what he was asking me to look at. Berries tongue is coated with a whitish film. Especially in the back. Maybe it's nothing i say. But my attempted reassurance evaporates. When i burst into tears we knew that thrush a kind of mouth. Fungus was an early symptom of as. We've both read the alarming studies suggesting that aids could have a long incubation period. Not just months but years and in october nineteen eighty-four. The new york times had reported new scientific evidence that suggested aids might be transmissible through saliva. Barron i curl up together on the bed. Hold each other and saab if you could contract aids through saliva. Could you get infected from tears. The daft we get home. I sit nervously flipping through people magazine in the waiting room while berry his in with the doctor the doctor asks barrier to stick out his tongue takes a close look walks over the mirror in the examination room and sticks out his own tongue he turns to berry and says yep. That's what it looks like berry tells me the story on the way home and we wind up standing on a street corner laughing. It wasn't funny but you had to laugh mostly from relief but also over our hyper-vigilance gone wrong that study about saliva an aids wouldn't be debunked for another

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"Of making history. I'm sharing part of my story of navigating my twenties in the nineteen eighties in new york city. This memoir is also about my friends. The people i met along the way and what happened to as the aids epidemic took root and up ended our lives this chapter four complications of aids. It's the late summer of nineteen eighty five and berry and i are on the tail end of a run in central park a few blocks from our new apartment in an old building on sixty nine th street and broadway. We're waiting to stop light and catching breath a black pickup truck pulls up alongside us as the light changes. The driver rolls down his window and yells. I hope you both die of aids. And then he's gone barron. I looked at each other and think the same thing what gave us away. Couldn't be our mismatch running gear which is so not gay. Maybe something about the way we ran. Where shocked but not surprised. Aids unleashed waves of anti gay propaganda and given homophobes just the excuse thing need to share their ugliest thoughts.

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Think by astonishing a better roundtable that includes the different stakeholders on try at least three or four times a year meeting to really address the real roadblocks and the barriers to better care and support twenty five years ago at the vancouver world aids conference anti retroviral treatments were announced providing some hope for those with aids. Can you speak more to the reasons. People have to hope in terms of the fight against hiv and aids since then. The hope that we have is that something contracts hiv understands that. It's not a death sentence anymore. It can be but with the anti retrovirals. You have the same life expectancy as somebody who does not have hiv. So that's pretty good. The issue is coma. Come with the medication that us. I mean any medication. I'm diabetic the medication. I take affects everything in my body. Okay right it's the same thing for hatred. So i'm trying to just trying to put it on the same level that's the crown both chronic so the issue is moving forward is that we have to understand what we do understand. What tacoma abilities are anti-aging tacked so there is hope for people because if we go back twenty five years or more ago people had four five months to live right. Okay so i mean. I have friends and people who i worked with who contract. Hiv in the eighties. They'd be alive today. Wow so you know like what we were expecting. We asked them to do to prepare for this. Most most of them have to go on assisted livings long-term disability to be able to afford the drugs so they had to get rid of their houses their worldly possessions to get on drug therapies. That were paid by the provinces that would would we asked to them so these people have been on disability instant long-term some of these long term about others stayed under jobs and companies. So there's a mix of people that there but as you were saying the social determinants of health play a major part in how your life expectancy will be and at what level of wellness you'll be. That's the that's a huge factor. But i mean it's a huge factor with everybody to what i like to look at it. The gap between everybody and people are living with hiv. And that's the gap that we have to plan and we have to ensure that we address as we move forward snow rocket science the researchers and researchers have to lift my because without the re- research has that happened. We wouldn't be where we are first of all and we wouldn't have a covert taxing because the covert vaccine is in large part. Thanks to the research that was done. This is why is produced by me. Dave mcivor and adam toy. It's a national radio. Show and podcast. You can reach us by email. This is why at global news dot ca and on twitter at this is why if you like what you hear and want to hear more. Make sure you subscribe to this. Y so you never miss an episode. Where available on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you find your favorite podcast.

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

08:29 min | 6 months ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Equals you so when you talk about people who are on medication and continued. Medication can achieve Undetectable viral loads cannot transmit drive anymore. So that is the biggest tool in our toolbox for hiv prevention. Going forward but it also reduces stigma for those living. Hey tried to. Which i think the biggest handicap to people living with. Hiv is a stigma associated with it. One thing that jumped out at me on your website is the fact that according to the public health agency candidate saw a fourth consecutive year of increases in hiv cases. As you said it sounds like. There's a real lack of preventative education. If i could if i if i could take a couple of different sides first of all first of all with the new funding structure that came out in two thousand sixteen. We saw twenty five percent increase from two thousand eighteen. We are the g. seven country. That's lagging the worst for hiv around the world. No g seven summit at the moment but we for hiv where the country that's lagging the most energy seven with the most uptake in hiv cases. Last year it was a little decrease but nobody can access testing because of cova. We're in we're in a really dangerous spot. It's not only hatred. It's all all other sexually transmitted diseases. Also so when you put the two together plus stagnant funding which has not been increased but our responsibilities at a community level have been increased to include other sexually transmitted diseases and covid nineteen. We can't continue doing so much so little financial capacity it doesn't make sense and the government is on a slippery slope and do you know like we can't just do prevention. We have to do a multipronged approach. Well we have news for prevention. Hey trevy self testing kits. Now we have point of care testing but they have to be leveraged better than what they're being done at the moment. The federal government recently announced hundreds of millions of dollars to expand vaccine manufacturing toronto. Does that give you hope for an hiv vaccine. How is that work going well. We'd have to certain researchers that are going on that even older mcmaster university in toronto. I believe that's where it's coming from. London anyways one or the other but there is some pass for for vaccine or cure for hiv. Are we going to get there in my life flow lifetime. I don't think so The the the thing is that. Hey try be a very changing and just like any other. Like gonorrhea now is in certain cases untreatable because it more so much so we don't know exactly where we're gonna land with it. But i mean the the the way to get to move forward is to get a national farmer care one payer system in place so that everybody across turtle island across can have fair and equitable access to hiv meds including prep with the exposure to ensure that you don't contract hiv if you have if you have the chances of contracting hiv and Being it being it readily available to everybody at almost no cost or no cost. I can be see really does bring the numbers down. Plus you equals you plus Getting people tested at least once a year for everything and getting sexually is getting tested for your sexual health should be a yearly commitment. You have with your doctor and it should be openly discussed so that you do know your status because knowing your status and powers to take control of your sexual behavior in a better and more efficient way i mean it's common sense but i i think getting that national pharma care. They're also the generics. Do help for those that have to pay their meds. Because brings the prepped down to a manageable cost laid. It sounds like anywhere. There's an equities Hiv aids like cove nineteen is finding a way to really attack an exploit those those inequities as weaknesses. It does it does but we have to. We have to Look at the rhetoric a bit more nuanced set a bit more people who use drugs overall and canada account for about seventeen percent of new infections. So it's not the majority insisted it depends if you're in shebek. Half of the cases are admendment. Have sex with men. Okay so it's gb msm as we call them right When you go to schedule. They have the highest race of hatred in canada and they're mostly indigenous so yeah there's so there's that nuance and then when you get to be see. It's another thing and so each province is different but that leads us to new problem that we have in canada's that data captures not done correctly so we only have the provenance of sixty percent of the data. While so we're establishing priorities for non flow of eighty million dollars. Spending that has an increase in over a decade and on data. That's not true. So it's estimated data so it doesn't so it's it's like nonsensical this whole thing exists and that we don't have stop gaps to address these issues because like when we talk about residential schools and truth and reconciliation move at all the last five six years and it's the same thing with the. Hey try you know like. They're they're pretty welling. I don't like using the covid one too much because the because it's kobe has gone. We we see the light at the end of the tunnel short hiv. We don't okay. People are still dying of aids in canada today. That's something that really people are like. What do you mean. They're still dying of aids. Yes people are still dying of aids. People are catching neural. Syphilis or mother to child transmissions now berta to child transmissions i mean. We haven't seen this in years so we have a faulty s to be approach in canada that needs to be addressed more efficiently and we have to have testing declared an essential service dream covert because we get to herd immunity as the country's saint telling us on a provincial or federal level. We're good to go well. Sorry but that leaves all the inequities and the gaps that existed that were highlighted during the covid crisis glaring at still and how will the new budgets once they can rebalance be cut or reinfected. That's what we're really scared about because we need to round up but we don't see that happening and there's no engagement to do so i don't know if that makes sense. But because there's there's like an alberto with the provincial government the provincial government. that's their issue is that they've cut everything like a like harm. Reduction services are cut so the the people who can contract Hey try are more likely to because there's less harm reduction services and the when it comes to hiv services. They've been playing around with the organizations for laughter not funding's not not sustainable there or sustained the moment so when you look at that and you look at the disparities across canada. There's a lot of actions that we after..

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

06:08 min | 6 months ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Rich or famous you were going to go back to my home in california and lock myself in my house and wait to die because that's what we thought thought of hiv. It was a death sentence but olympic gold medal diver. Greg louganis dr. Susan told them to keep training and compete in the one thousand nine hundred eighty eight games. I think ultimately saved my life. The stigma of being hiv positive was crushing members of the gay community. The disease look different. The world after basketball star magic johnson revealed his diagnosis in nineteen ninety-one researchers struggled for fifteen years to find effective life-prolonging treatments. I think people tend to forget the sorrow difficulty suffering. That came before that. It's remarkable to think that aids was first detected forty years ago that got us thinking that during the covid nineteen pandemic shots now going in arms a year and a half after that virus was detected has any progress been made on hiv aids. We spoke with gary lacosse executive director of the canadian aids society. Gary early june marks forty years since the us cdc first published a report about what ended up being hiv aids Back in nineteen eighty one when you think about just the past four decades of the What a lot of people have called it rightly called. Hiv aids pandemic. what are some of the highlights that come to you or perhaps lowlights if that's a better term to use while the highlights that come to To the front of my mind is that it's the first patient croup that demanded that they be put centre stage with researchers and doctors and to to Require that nothing about them. You've done without them so it was. It was the first patient group. I really demanded that that was at the international aids conference in montreal. The eighty s with silence equals death campaign. And so on so forth for mac up. Not so it's come a long way because then came. Denver principles that Really established the guiding principles for great involvement the people living with aids at the time and now thriving with hiv. Though there's some discussion about exactly with those handicaps overtime. Gary in the early eighties aids was known as grid or gay related immune deficiency but. That's obviously changed. How has hiv aids evolved over time in terms of who defects. Well you see. The virus started off. It was a it was a gay brackets so gay men were dying off. Nobody knew why and the stats have progressed. Two time to be worldwide now fifty fifty split between women and men who have hiv. Okay so we've had there was there's been at least seventy five million cases of hatred view so far approximately let some of them the documentation stats. It's an issue but half of them have died so we have over thirty some thousand million deaths of hiv of aids. I mean an hiv related illnesses. So what what really is in is is Is frightening is that the level of understanding what. Hey try via's today in. Canada is not understood by at all because our youth comprised twenty five percent of the new infections. Okay so that's one of the biggest groups that are being affected by hiv today. So when we look at the curriculum in schools for sexual health knowledge. There's not that's why we're coming out with sexual be a sexual health behavior for youth. Because it's a gap in the space and so on and so forth so it's like youth. You could listen to the show interview. That happened a couple of days ago. The youth that was on the panel was saying i know it hey tried the existed and this was a well educated man and until he contracted hiv outside. It doesn't make sense we do that. This is not taught and this is not widely discussed as because it really reduces the barriers to stigma if we discuss it openly and calmly and with respect and dignity with hiv is and we. Also i think have to lean on our elders and also lean on the shoulders of giants that i've passed to understand exactly what it is time tried to because the people who were to die of. Hey tried to be nine. Nineteen ninety six which was a milestone are thriving that with hiv because of the antiretroviral treatments. That came out in nineteen ninety-six and since then the other biggest statement the milestone. That came out was you. We calls you. Hiv became a treatable disease in one thousand nine hundred ninety six fifteen years into the global pandemic by this time. Nine hundred million people have been affected by hiv. The effective treatment hiv was known as combination drug therapy consisting of free medications. It stopped the virus from replicating in the blood halting the transition from hiv to aids and began to control what coma globally devastating disease. Scientists found that with continued treatment. The amounts of hiv in the blood became so low. That routine tasks could not find it. In other words it was. Undetectable in two thousand and eighteen. It was scientifically confirmed that someone with undetectable levels of hiv could not transmit the virus to a person who doesn't have hiv during sounds. It was unkowns miserable. Undetectable equals.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Now that's cut money from pep farc from various programs even while saying they're going to end the epidemic by twenty thirty. Now i will be the first one to say. I was wrong if we get to twenty thirty in the epidemics over. But i've heard these stories before and the talk and the action have to meet the can't be opposite. There's a lot of hype than we see this. Cnn people who work in in media is a mark certainly talks about all the time. Like if i see one more headlines as we cured earner you're always like to the point that news source you look at the news source. What do you make of trump saying that. He wants to get rid of hiv aids but he's destroying funding. Anybody who's self-respecting or knows anything. What they're talking about healthcare has quit. I mean you know certainly for somebody who's out to sort of de stabilize their country. Trump's pretty good at doing that economically and certainly hiv and aids defunding it and destroying our healthcare system also has a chance to destabilise. Well you know. There's a difference between authorizing and appropriating when it comes to congress and you know if he makes these declarations than the money has to be there to back them up from. There's no money either. And if he's you know cutting medicare you know wants to eliminate the affordable care act as of yesterday If his cutting funding for cbc and and all these programs than it's not gonna happen. I found it interesting. That original and targeted specific counties in the us as being high risk and they are so someone knows something about what's going on. The question is more the money. Follow these announcements and so far there's no indication of it and like i said i will be the first one to admit i was wrong. You know and and that he was able to do it. you know. But i'm a little more cynical than that right now. Well he'd better hurry before he got impeached or that you posted on twitter which i thought was very interesting. Is your google search for why are writers and you'll automatically fulfil fills that in. Alcoholics always cold crazy depress sad miserable so weird. There's there's a saying that survivors. Who wrote don quixote quoted in latin america. There's nothing so not being vanja. There's nothing so bad that no good can come of it then in every crisis every calamity. there's always a silver lining of people coming together and overcoming their differences to to grow to show the best of humanity. The you know thirty forty years of aids has been able to do that to be able to bring out the best in our own community. There were those of us who talk about. The epidemic could been accused of being nostalgic for the old days. I am not staubach for those days. I'm not nostalgic for newspapers full of obituaries of people who died from aids. I'm not nostalgic for that but there was an undeniable sense of community and purpose. That's kind of lacking now..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Now that's cut money from pep farc from various programs even while saying they're going to end the epidemic by twenty thirty. Now i will be the first one to say. I was wrong if we get to twenty thirty in the epidemics over. But i've heard these stories before and the talk and the action have to meet the can't be opposite. There's a lot of hype than we see this. Cnn people who work in in media is a mark certainly talks about all the time. Like if i see one more headlines as we cured earner you're always like to the point that news source you look at the news source. What do you make of trump saying that. He wants to get rid of hiv and aids. But he's destroying funding. Anybody who's self-respecting or knows anything what they're talking about healthcare has quit. I mean you know certainly for somebody who's out to sort of de stabilize their country. Trump's pretty good at doing that economically and certainly hiv and aids defunding it and destroying our healthcare system also has a chance to destabilise well. Well you know. There's a difference between authorizing and appropriating when it comes to congress and you know if he makes these declarations than the money has to be there to back them up from. There's no money either. And if he's you know cutting medicare you know wants to eliminate the affordable care act as of yesterday If his cutting funding for cbc and and all these programs than going to happen. I found it interesting. That original and targeted specific counties in the us as being high risk and they are so someone knows something about what's going on. The question is more the money. Follow these announcements and so far there's no indication of it and like i said i will be the first one to admit i was wrong. You know and and that he was able to do it. you know. But i'm a little more cynical than that right now. Well he'd better hurry before he got impeached or that you posted on twitter which i thought was very interesting. Is your google search for why are writers and you'll automatically fulfil fills that in. Alcoholics always cold crazy depress sad miserable so weird. There's there's a saying that survivors. Who wrote don quixote quoted in latin america. There's nothing so not being vanja. There's nothing so bad that no good can come of it then in every crisis every calamity. there's always a silver lining of people coming together and overcoming their differences to to grow to show the best of humanity. Do you think the you know thirty. Forty years of aids has been able to do that to be able to bring out the best in our own community. There were those of us who talk about. The epidemic could been accused of being nostalgic for the old days. I am not staubach for those days. I'm not nostalgic for newspapers full of obituaries of people who died from aids. I'm not nostalgic for that but there was an undeniable sense of community and purpose. That's kind of lacking now..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Out to their members And the issue from january nineteen eighty-nine About a third of the magazine is devoted to aids age education age projects. They were working on statistic just all kinds of things that covers is of the quilt is the aids quilt and inside is a latter an open letter to the membership from one of their sustaining members. A sustaining member of someone who's sort of retired like they're not as involved anymore but they're still members and it was from a woman whose husband had died from aids and it was an anonymous letter and she talked about the fear that her family had that anyone would find out that even people in their family did not know but how her husband died or why he died and the isolation that she felt and at the end of the letter. She said she wasn't going to sign her name but she offered. If anyone wants to reach out to me you know. The junior league office knows how to get in touch with me. And i'm glad to talk to you her help you and i thought that it was. It was a beautiful incredibly sad plotter that even among friends among women who she had you know as a sustain or she would have been a volunteer for probably a couple of decades already women. She had known and worked with for years that she did not feel comfortable signing her name. And that's what it was like. What about women of color. Latino women like iris delacruz irish activist in new york. Irish house which is a program in in In west harlem is named after her started by her mother who passed a couple of years ago here in chicago rosa martinez cologne has with color On the west side since the nineties. ray lewis thornton Who announced a woman. Who's african american announced her hiv diagnosis on the cover of essence magazine. nine hundred ninety january one thousand nine hundred issue. I believe thanks very an arm very brave to do what they do..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And so i decided to rectify history And i also found out along the way that women's history in general does not talk about the pandemic. I found a book was billed as definitive history of women in the second half of the twentieth century in the united states that was one paragraph about the epidemic and it was about the efforts of the women of act up to change the government's definition of it so that women could qualify for benefits and medical treatment and that paragraph to not mention act up or any of the women who accomplished that in their four year. Five because that was a big accomplishment is denied so much service like women couldn't get aids you ever quote in your book. This women don't have as they just die from aids that's right because women the way the definition of aids was based on how the virus presented itself and men. So this logan women die faster. This is a disaster. And there was all these like stickers with slogans yes but for women died four times faster from hiv and aids as a consequence of hiv infections. Because of the fact that our medical system was an hosted they were not diagnosed until they had full blown aids. And it was. I'll give you an example. You can keep it or not a yeast infection if a man has a yeast infection in his throat that qualifies as possible. Hiv if a woman has fadul houston faction. That didn't qualify. It does now. I mean that was one of the parts of the definition but it was that you know how it presented itself differently because oh you used infection all the time. That doesn't mean anything. So let's talk about some actual women's names because there's some really great people in your book. That might be forgotten. If it wasn't for your efforts like cynthia neale founder of friends indeed. Cynthia was married to actor patrick. O'neal she lived in the dakota apartment building. John lennon and yoko ono and all them and the very definition of an upper west side new york socialite and she became slowly involved in the community as a lot of women did personal contact. She was very influenced by marianne williamson and her spiritual philosophy that was very popular in the nineteen eighties. Marion williamson. I'm not familiar with her. Marianne williamson sort of like louise. I mean with you. Know a very spiritual affirming life-affirming positive thinking spirituality. Do so cynthia started. This group called friends. Indeed which was a support group for people with hiv and it was one of the first one and it was not attached.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I can't for the life of me. Remember what was going on. Or where i was or why this popped into my head but i thought i don't want to look back and know that i did nothing and that was why i was doing what i was doing. What was it like your first foray into these. This humanitarian issue for you. I think it was probably just like voluntary of like you know. Putting money in the bucket you know kind of was it hard fundraising in during the crisis. Well it was it was a different kind of fundraising at chicago house. We had at least one event a week so we had one once a month. We had an you know we got all the bar. Money from the tips and everything from little gems bar and we had events at roscoe's and we had a dunk tank at hostage street days. We had a black tie gala but there was at least one event so i was doing a lot more events than i was. I had done before but the grant writing part of it and the individual donors were different because in theater you don't have a lot of anonymous donors and in the community. At that time there were plenty of people. I'll give you money but do not put my name in the ad book. Do not sunday anything. Do not put me on the mailing list. Just cash the check. They were in the closet about their desire to support. Most of them were gay men in the closet who did not want their professional colleagues or their families to know what they were doing And some of them were just people who wanted to do something but did not want their names. Attached to the cause because of the stigma because the stigma but as a straight woman. I could go into a foundation office where they said well. We really wanna give money to this cause but it was safe for me to go in because they didn't really want to meet with anybody who had aids and they acquainted aids and gay so a straight woman walked in there. She's fine. she's safe so victorian. Why was it easier. Do you think or has been historically easier to talk about gay. Men's experience of hiv and aids than women straight or gay is experience of the same thing. I think that it hit first and hardest. Excuse me in the water and the gay community. There's no question about the at least in this country. And i.

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"aids" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Aids from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Connie Willis Hey there close.

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"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hearing aids these three WFLA so you're listening to coast.

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