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"dayton el paso" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Scheerer Dayton mayor Dan Whaley in Washington DC Monday with the U. S. conference of mayors was joined by senator Sherrod brown house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer as they call for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to bring up a vote on the universal background checks bill that is already passed in the house since February Gilroy Virginia beach Dayton el Paso Odessa and Midland just since February what's going to happen next week or the week after if we could just pass a simple vote were nine out of ten Americans agree on it just over a month ago Dayton SO nine people killed in a mass shooting in its organ district I'm sure. John Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. once said to fade vill North Carolina tonight president Donald Trump rattling voters ahead of a special election tomorrow in the states nine congressional districts siding econ gain since he's taken office and his response to natural disasters right here in the great state of North Carolina with your support tomorrow we take the first steps to firing speaker Pelosi and winning back the house the president adding we're going to live millions more of our citizens from welfare to work. and then say independence and poverty to prosperity North Korea back cabinet launching more projectiles into the east see US officials continue to watch the situation more from ABC news North Korea firing unidentified projectiles into the sea that according to south Korea's military the latest launches reportedly came from south beyond in province flying across the country before landing in the water the north's foreign minister just hours earlier saying it was ready to resume nuclear diplomacy with the US leader Kim Jong hoon wants sanctions lifted a senior trump administration official says they are aware of reports and are monitoring the situation with allies in the region Michelle Franzen ABC news what a finish in the big easy tonight the saints of radio network with the call..
"dayton el paso" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"As for the sailing is the same multiple gunshot wounds of his torso and upper and lower extremities the wounds were sustained above and to the side of the body armor plates a pipe device was found in his pocket with an attached clear plastic bag that has been determined to contain cocaine and they say let's cavity blood sample was found to contain cocaine as a lamb and at the the voice of one doctor can't Harshbarger describing the condition the situation involving the Dayton shooter and over the next hour going to Wade into the conversation about what happened in Dayton el Paso these cops that were shot in may by the grace of god look like they're going to recover in Philadelphia the effort to politicize gun control and what really is going on in this country going back to the point that what it really has changed what is different a it's a topic that we discussed at the end on a couple of occasions as I have been given the opportunity to fill in for the great one over the past couple of years and I'm gonna pull in a couple of those elements along with some updated information for you that's interesting that I think ties into why our society is different what's activating people given that mental health is not is something that has really evolved a whole lot right I mean people had mental health issues far longer than the past twenty or so years I need to go get as a choice for guns we have fully automatic weapons fully automatic weapons that were legal and the United States until the mid eighties we didn't have situations quite like what we see these days right so what has changed what is broken in our society what is changing and complicated there are likely many different things to pull together but we're gonna dive into it and talk about factual information that ties it all together that speaks to a broader condition has nothing that will be fixed by passing whatever the next gun control measure is that whomever wants but also hello affected the less is been add politicizing politicizing the issue on gun control all right now message forty some that could be importante few things in life can change your entire outlook on the day yeah there there are things like present the boss you get a call if your boss ask you to work this weekend that that changes things quite a bit right now that could.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"For students in Dayton el Paso and Gil Roy tell you it has more the award winning singer and actress announced on Friday that are born this way foundation and to DonorsChoose dot org are teaming up to raise money for school supplies while the communities are still reeling from mass shootings children are preparing for the daunting task of going back to school Phil Hewlett NBC news radio a motions hearing will be held tomorrow in downtown Los Angeles in a teenager's lawsuit against a former co star of the Disney Channel series that's so raven the plaintiff claims a call Massey's an explosive matter to the then thirteen year old girl yeah to play Corey Baxter on the show allegedly met the girl when she was four years old and visiting universal city people magazine is reporting that celebrity couple Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have split up John Jeffries has that story rumors the couple was headed in different directions began earlier this week when Cyrus was seen vacationing in Italy without her wedding ring people sort of Cyrus representative confirmed the breakup the two have been dating on and off for about a decade they were married in twenty eighteen a month after losing their Malibu home to the walls the fire John Jeffries NBC news radio the wife of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is not shying away from the spotlight penny logo itch road in a convertible into Chicago parade yesterday with Reverend Jesse Jackson Jackson is as president trump to pardon the former governor who spent the last seven years in a federal prison after being convicted of trying to sell the Senate seat of then president elect Barack Obama Roger Hudson NBC news radio no matter what happens in beautiful.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"What it's not over with I have I have purposely not mention it this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable tie and tunnel to towers tunnel towers is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with L. Passover date and so it was just at it give it a rip there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and a terrible time this the first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our web store shelves so to speak but now this is it it would it I wanna told yeah I'm we just don't forget this stuff you know kinda let it flutter away we just cited that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we need to get barb fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered I'm not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working out there and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com now.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on KTOK
"I gotta addresses I am being overwhelmed with the email all week is the standard for Betsy Ross Fisher over with France is not over with I have I have purposely not mention it this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable Thailand tunnel to towers tunnel towers is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with L. Passover date and so it was just at it get get a rep there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and the charitable time this the first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our web store shelves so to speak but not all this is it it would it I wanna told yeah I'm we just don't forget this stuff you know kinda let it flutter away we just decided that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we we need to give our fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered I'm not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working out there and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com now.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This I gotta addresses I am being overwhelmed with the email all week is the standard for Betsy Ross Fisher over what it's not over with I have this I have purposely not mention of this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable tie and tunnel towers the towers is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with el Paso rebate and saw it was just I'd give it a rip there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and a terrible time this first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our web store shelves so to speak but not all this is it what it I would have told you and we just don't forget this stuff you know kind of let it flutter away we just cited that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we need to give our fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered I'm not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working out there and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com now another brief time out and just go to the store to Rush Limbaugh dot com you'll see what I'm talking about now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on WTVN
"I have I have purposely not mention of this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable tie and tunnel to towers a total of two hours is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with el Paso rebate and saw it was just a a if you get a rep there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and the charitable time this the first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our web store shelves so to speak but not all this is it it would it I wanna told yeah I'm we just don't forget this stuff you know kinda let it flutter away we just decided that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we need to give our fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered I'm not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working on fear and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"After this I gotta addresses I am being overwhelmed with the email all week is the standard for Betsy Ross Fisher over with it's not over with I have I have purposely not mention it this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable tie and tunnel to towers total towers is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with el Paso date and so it was just at it get get a rep there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and the charitable time this the first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our why am store shelves so to speak but now this is it it would it I wanna told yeah I'm we just don't forget this stuff you know kinda let it flutter away we just cited that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we need to give our fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered on not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working out there and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com now.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I got to answer this I gotta addresses I'm being overwhelmed with the email all week is the standard for Betsy Ross Fisher over France is not over with I have I have purposely not mention it this week in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton el Paso as I'm sure you can understand despite the charitable tie and tunnel to towers total towers is not specifically relating here are doing anything with that I know of with el Paso rebate and saw it was just a given there's another reason to fox we need our fulfillment people catch up we we were soul overwhelmed and still are and even without mentioning the stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt and the charitable time this the first time this week this is Thursday they are they are continuing to fly off of our wham store shelves so to speak but now this is it it would it I wanna told yeah I'm we just don't forget this stuff you know kinda let it flutter away we just cited that it would be best to not say anything about it in the aftermath of Dayton and el Paso and and again to be quite selfish job we we need to get by our fulfillment people chance to catch up there people still waiting for shirts that they've ordered I'm not that long ago so it's all still happen is also working out there and you can still see that Rush Limbaugh dot com.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Runs a year president trump angry with the media for the coverage of the strips to Dayton el Paso president met with local leaders there also first responders hospital staff and survivors of last weekend's mass shootings that killed more than thirty people this is how the president sums up his el Paso visit we were there a lot longer than we were anticipated to be it was supposed to be just a fairly quick we met with numerous people we met with also the doctors for years he said the medical staff trump said he had great visits despite when the labels fake nose trying to disparage him media coverage included the protests in both cities and comments from officials who said divisive comments were not welcome as those cities try to mourn now talking to reporters along with Dayton mayor man Wally Ohio a senator Sherrod brown says that he pleaded with the president to take assault weapons off the streets of America so these two held a press conference after the president had bookie he'd left so they kind of like rabbit punching him right Wally the in Dayton mayor following the president's visit she said the Republicans have been in bed with the NRA for years and that she told the president that there was a time strengthening gun laws used to be a bipartisan issue but now Washington will not move for the president had already left when these two made their comments so here's the president's comment on Ohio senator Sherrod brown's comments I don't know the telephone and then they are saying it was appropriate for the president the same online that's probably why he got in the field as a presidential candidate so that's the president's reaction to what these two had to say after he had left on our poll question results from yesterday with everything that was going on you know with these the planned visits and the protests that were set to happen you know obviously we ask this question prior to the president's visit SI think it was a better idea for him just skip that ninety six percent of you said now of course you should have gone off four percent of you said maybe it would have been a pretty good idea to avoid all of this controversy however I'm with the ninety six percent you know listen they might not respect the president the United States some of those people there but you got to respect the office and that's what the office does you know Fred said why in the world should the president bomb to an ignorant and vocal minority while Steve said feckless Republicans need to rally around him in unity like the Democrats do their own Emilio said I give the president credit for going regardless of your feelings about him we got a wood met that's the man does support his country and Patty said he's not to blame so you know why should he get ridiculed get right to kill the it this is a win it's a lose lose situation right I mean he would have had all this criticism thrown at him if he didn't pay a visit to those two communities so just can't win in this situation I guess Porter Rico we got a governor update there from fox's Grinnell Scott secretary of justice wonder Vasquez was sworn in as the island's governor just hours after the Porter Rico Supreme Court ruled the successor to record over say was unconstitutionally sworn in last week Pedro Pierluisi the former secretary of state held the post until justices decided his former title wasn't legitimate PLO we see it turns out was not sworn in as secretary of state by both legislative houses as law requires the changes came as the row say you administration was rocked by scandal involving money management and online chats residents protests hastened Rosales departure colonel Scott fox news seven fifty seven hit the highways once again and get back into the Casey's classic burger bar traffic.
Trump's visit to El Paso met by protesters
"Twenty protesters greeted president Donald trump's visits to Dayton el Paso yesterday holding signs demanding action to banned weapons like those used by the shooters and some Austin city council members and the city's mayor are banking a resolution up for debate today that demands like taxes and federal lawmakers in X. some anti gun violence laws gets member else alter says like many parents this is a matter that hits close to home I held my breath when my sixteen year old daughter stepped out of my car in the school parking lot this spring I had to figure out how to like go after an active shooter threat at her high school here in Austin Alton says that she is learning how to talk to her kids about the fact that the way Texas gun laws are today the next school shooting could be
Motorcycle backfire causes shooting scare in New York's Times Square
"If since the Dayton el Paso shootings on Saturday is your antenna up even a little more than it's been since nine eleven I admitted it was that you did to Bernie and all you have to do is watch footage of Times Square about eight hours ago here in New York City one motorcycle backfired to let you know that it's not just Bernie and say to but new Yorkers in mass numbers are skittish this morning just days after the shootings in Texas and Ohio it was almost a stampede it was it was like was like the movie Jumanji if you remember everybody running the animals running it was just yeah the motorcycle backfiring and the crowd just just went nuts who would I mean they'll get masses of people they broke into theaters right in the middle they actually have like stop the the show to kill a mocking bird and one of the actors or actresses click actually late last night was just this is not what we're supposed to be but this is who won what we all are how we got here really doesn't matter question is how does he do not moving forward to make short these are not common events yeah well you have that of course I know you and I both see Jill and Matt everybody we see the police presence in front of Penn station here I mean they've stepped it up big time and it's a constant reminder it's just the it's just brutal so the president is going to go to a Dayton Ohio first at about ten thirty he'll arrive there then is is going to go to el Paso be interesting to see what kind of
President, Dayton El Paso And Trump discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Up a following mass shootings that took thirty one lines the president went to Dayton el Paso on Wednesday president trump and First Lady malattia met with victims and first responders but largely stayed out of public view a front page editorial meal Paso times attacked the president for characterizing this border town as one of the most dangerous cities in the state of the union speech earlier this
"dayton el paso" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Twenty nineteen we'll talk to her about what's it like to work in the trump White House talk to her about his visits to Dayton el Paso talk to her about the assertion of course at the front is a racist talk to her about the chat Cynder back center back and we're gonna course talk about the prospects for trouble getting reelected in twenty twenty meanwhile this pretty interesting this some attack I guess Connelly harassed by Tulsi Gabbard which he teed off on here is his record as a prosecutor claims that she prosecuted a bunch of people for marijuana crimes something like fifteen hundred or two thousand and then one later on on our radio show joked about the fact that she uses are used to Jamaica Hey my father from Jamaica they were talking about making marijuana legal and she was frivolous about it N. Tulsi Gabbard slammed her on that you might remember that and she did not see it coming she meeting comma Harris did not see coming now according to a recent poll finally here is a support among black Democrats has gone from twenty seven percent two one percent after the debate now there is a publication that caters to the black community called one news now dot com and I read the headline in a piece that they wrote about the decline in support from blacks for calling Harris and headline read as follows rise and fall of Harris down to one percent a black vote let me read you this first paragraph I did not see this coming it says this commonly Heris who falsely claims to be an African American well coming from a Jamaican born father and an Indian mother whose ancestry does not trace back to African slavery has fallen from her self proclaimed top tier status yada blah cetera commonly Heris who falsely claims to be an African American were coming from a Jamaican born my goodness who does that sound like that's right is she seen as the organization that he put the she pulls up yes this is African American but the faxes at Howard University today one of the oldest is to call and tell me all the time with more house I think we're a little older but he's at lunch at Howard University today when she when she did her announcement press conference she's going to South Carolina in the first week yeah she's really planting her feet in the African American community I think he's going to be a very strong candidate now I don't care because of a giraffe I just want to know what the rules are we talked about this the when when don lemon was talking to April Ryan about this but is she African American there's a difference there's nothing wrong with that no one is trying it's not your fault thank you also I am black but I'm not African American that's it done I'm not falling let me finish hold on I'm not falling into a trap by that when when when she goes down how many many Africans landed on Jamaica and all these other Caribbean islands she could indeed makers not American again this is one news now this is a black publication our publication that caters to the black community Sir to calmly Heris Democrat from California who falsely claims to be an African American well coming from a Jamaican born father an Indian mother whose ancestry does not trace back to African slavery has fallen from her self proclaimed top tier candidate status to the bottom of the twenty democratic presidential primary candidate bucket dropping to just one percent of support from black Americans in the quote I had no idea that a publication like this let's say this about coming here wow member during the debate she says as the only African American up here and this this black publication no no you are falsely claiming to be an African American why you have a Jamaican born father and an Indian mother and your mother does not trace their ancestry back to African slavery so you are not says news one now an African American for Kamelot this is really getting entertaining isn't she's black says don limit but not African American and I mentioned to you that tennis star Naomi Osaka her father is from Haiti her mother from Japan but I've not heard any tennis commentator any tennis analyst any writer referred to her it's black but according to don lemon if you want a chorus of black she could do so because her father from Haiti but is she African American there's a difference there's nothing wrong with that no one is trying to learn how many it's not your fault also to do with I am black but I'm not African American that's it I'm not falling let me finish hold on I'm not falling into a trap by that when when when she goes down how many many Africans landed on in Jamaica all these other Caribbean islands she could indeed makers not American the article continues listen to this quote Harris is desperate attempt to pander to the minority vote by claiming victimization claiming during one today to be the only candidate representing minorities on the stage has ended up pulling in a bit more results from the African come African American community who weren't impressed when he played the race card as demonstrated by a new buy a new Quinnipiac poll conducted August one drugs five wow Joe Biden says we have a president who encourages and emboldened white supremacy and again he cites Charlottesville is energetic embrace the end reserve this president but the the what I got the first energetic embrace was a second one the energetic embrace the world is energetic embrace the energy reserve this president what was that the what Derek embrace new did you come up a hairball was going on here his energetic embrace the energy reserve this president okay I guess you're just repeating it okay this is energetic you should quit the first time because you enunciated it pretty well the first on the side door and go anywhere and can find places now not so much his energetic embrace you can reserve this president we come back we'll be speaking with Mercedes slap she is a columnist from September twenty seventeen to July of this year served as White House directive to teacher communications N. since July twenty ninth tenth July she's now working on the trunk twenty twenty reelection campaign let's find out how the campaign is going triple eight nine seven one S. 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"dayton el paso" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Increase gun control measures <hes> additionally multiple studies suggested only a third of mass shooter suffered from untreated severe mental illness. I wanted also to play a clip from house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy who spoke to fox news and said that video games were in some large part to blame for the mass shootings the idea yeah these video games to dehumanize individuals to <hes> have a game of shooting individuals and others. I've always felt that as a problem for <hes> future generations others <hes> we we watch from studies shown before of what it does do individuals and indeed the president himself earlier today a cited <hes> violent video games as something to blame for the mass shootings lewis beckett. How much stock should we put in that. How much evidence is there support that claim. It's not worth spending one on second talking about video games. Violences is a real crisis. We have to be serious. I think it's <hes> something conservative caller mentioned earlier <hes> this feeling that there have been guns in this country for a long time what is particularly going on now. That's more important and more valid opinion to explore and i think it's worth saying that we know that gun. Homicides are all in this country have been trending down over the last two decades of the gun. Homicide rate is about fifty percent what it wasn't the early nineties at the same time that we're seeing suicides rising at the same time we're seeing what feels like an uptick in mass shootings but overall fewer people are being murdered with guns in this country than they were two decades ago and that's what's really hard about all of this. What we care about is saving people's lives. We have to acknowledge that. This is messy. Throw a lot of different things going on at the same time and that really <hes> making sure that we prevent violence that we can prevent as many people as possible from being shot means doing a lot of different things things and often doing things that run against people's instincts of what would be helpful but i think it's always important in these moments to remind everyone that there are tens of millions millions of americans who own guns this country and they are afraid in this moment and they are scared for their kids and they are horrified at this violence and a a lot of americans really do sincerely believe that gun control wouldn't make other people safer and that in fact carrying guns is the best way that they can keep the people around them safe life <hes> so i think it's more important to lift up the voices of ordinary gun owners in this debate then politicians who apparently have even taken the time time to get talking point that is fresher from the nineties. Jim berger win the minute. We have left <hes>. You've been very critical of the president today <hes> gee. How much do you feel that the republican party <hes> maybe more willing to address more expressly the concerns expressed about race and about focusing on on immigrants people of color <hes> in a violent way <hes> as a result of incidents like this or given the you feel that the president is doing this to kind of play to his base in wink to voters of a certain kind and passion <hes>. Do you think that people are along for the ride and not willing to to step up. What i think is that the president's base is not the entirety of the republican party but it's enough of it that standing up to the president makes puts a republican seat in danger so if you're a republican politician standing up through the president means potentially potentially losing twenty percent of your voters and the question is whether you should stand on principle and do the right thing <hes> <hes> and condemn the way. The president has conducted himself on these issues. Even if it's going to cost you your seat and i think people need to think about and as we've heard from college people resent being associated with that kind of violent thought <hes> simply by virtue of their partisan affiliation or political vote. You just been hearing from jam burger burger research fellow at fox paul. Thank you for joining us <hes> so much talk about extremism in this moment thank you and we've also been joined by louis beckett of the guardian who covers gun policy in the far right in the united states. Thanks louis thank you you continue the conversation and you can get our point podcast or website on point radio dot.
"dayton el paso" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Must condemn racism bigotry and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has is no place in america hatred warps the mind ravages the heart and devours the soul why did need those words carry no weight for you while the other words do because the other words represent his consistent position overtime what what we've seen what we saw after charlottesville seen on multiple occasions is that when there is enough pressure on him from inside the white house or from outside the white house he will come out and make an effort to be presidential and what we have seen very consistently is that he will take it back so you know with the centerback chancellor s._a._p. We saw that pattern repeat itself again. He came out and said oh well. I didn't like those chanson then two days later he was like oh no. Those people are all great patriots so i mean this. Is you know it's ritualistic and i think it's important not to give him credit that he hasn't earned and for expressing it on assignment. I wanna take a couple of quick calls now a market calling from a dayton ohio markelle. Please share your thoughts. Hello hi mark. You're on the air. I want it. You got a lot of listeners here. I'm listening to you. Tell us your thoughts about the <hes> what you take from this that terrible event. I live in dayton ohio and frankly i am afraid now <hes> i used to be a little afraid the day that the the and it was over a period of thirteen hours but today's the day that the el paso shooting i told my wife it's only a matter of time time before it happens here at home and then later on that evening it happened at home. I i am someone who suffers from from mental goal issues and i take proper -cation and i go to therapy and i this this type of thing. Is this type of terrorism works. It doesn't work on everybody the the masculine folks who think that it's it's just a fight with guns. It's not about that. It's about the terror that instills in in the people that live there day to day. I used to work in the work on district and i wanted to go to the to the vigil last night but i couldn't because i was too afraid that someone would come and shoot that up. Well mark <hes> thank you for sharing your thoughts and also <hes> you know your own awareness of your own circumstances. I appreciate that we'd like to take a call now. From milwaukee wisconsin <hes> pat <hes> way in here so i in my you know in in the first ten fifteen twenty hours of both of these tragedies at-at eh you know a a conservative republican i would be open to some potential gun law changes and and i understand that that always hasn't been the stance of the republican l. look party however what backseat into my corner again and starts making me defend republicans and defend the president is the the media reaction. I mean we literally have presidential candidates saying that one man is to blame one man is racist and it makes me angry because suits have been going on for fifteen twenty twenty-five years. We had a lot of guns in the eighties. I wanna talk about some of the real problems yes gaza's which is part of that but what's making as a society having these people that houston act out and now they're acting out. Why aren't we talking about some of the broken in homes the breakdown of culture in general. I have a hard time <hes> human believing that one person is going to somebody's what he's words. I don't care if it's the president and this has been on both sides. I mean we had we had some congress. People almost get shot up by somebody who has a bernie sanders voter from what i've heard this person in dayton. His social media is talking all about what what you know left wing agenda. I don't wanna talk about that but it seems like even earlier in this program. We're talking about right wing right wing right wait. It's frustrating. It is frustrating and so for me pat. Let me let me just jump in here. It sounds to me as though you're frustrated about the fact that it seems a line you know people..
"dayton el paso" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Open investigation on you but if you're doing that through storm front and other things and explicitly avowing the desire for violence to occur against latinos jews moslems slim's <hes> blacks that is not a pretext for opening <hes> an investigation the same way if you're on storm front. That's not a pretty sure if you are vowing owing violence. If you are threatening violence <hes> instigating violence that is protect sir on jihadist web site that would be right if you were if you were in a isis told program channel that alone is probably protect open investigation now there are thousands of people in front and not a practical thing to investigate all of them but the authorities for investigating gating and monitoring domestic sites like that are much different and of course there's a hangover from the era in which there was concern about the fed said being actively involved in investigating people's political beliefs lowest beckett before we conclude this segment although we're obviously going to continue the discussion after a brief break. I want to ask you what <hes> briefly minute. We have left. What is the if any intersection action you see between a gun ownership gun usage gun violence and the kinds of white supremacist <hes> extreme right <hes> sentiment that you've convinced in the el paso shooters writings. I think one thing that we don't talk enough about in the gun. Violence debate is how how much racism and white supremacy are baked into the whole <hes> controversy <hes> and how much <hes> gun ownership has been linked linked with citizenship. We know that <hes> african americans have been denied gun rights. The black panthers dec- decision to parade with guns in public in the california legislature prompted a gun control crackdown and so it's possible if we talk about how <hes> gun ownership in violence are so much <hes> the the subtext most of this whole debate about who gets to be violent who gets to be armed who must be disarmed that might help us actually work towards solutions. We're discussing this weekend's mass shootings in in texas and in ohio. Please join our conversation especially those of you who are in and around paso dayton. How do we stem resurgence white nationalism. How do we unravel level this. <hes> this <hes> thread of violence. I'm david folkenflik. Innis is on point. Hey it's buddy gained a host on host of n._p._r.'s let u._s._a. Every week we bring you a mix of reporting diverse voices and coverage of current and emerging issues that impact our lives let the u._s._a. Is one of a kind featuring stories from the heart stories that make you think and maybe even inspire you to action. Listen subscribe now. This is on point. I'm n._p._r. Media correspondent david folkenflik. We're discussing the mass shootings that have happened over this weekend. In el paso texas in dayton ohio you can join our conversation we talk about gun violence about racism white supremacy see but whether authorities should monitor and regulate the dark corners of the internet to prevent violent messages from warping into violent actions follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio with me..
"dayton el paso" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"There's a fair amount of evidence now that the more fiction that people read the more empathic that they become novel exercises to enhance hands your empathy this week on hidden brain from n._p._r. It's the first episode of our summer series you two point. Oh this is on point. I'm david david folkenflik. We're talking about the mass shootings from this weekend in el paso texas and dayton ohio in a moment we'll be joined by two experts who've been studying gun violence and also how it intersects with domestic stick terrorism and white supremacy but first. I'd like to take some callers. We particularly have callers from <hes> the area of dayton ohio start with a nancy who's calling in an anansie share your thoughts at this terrible time well. I was at the visual last night and <hes> i was one of the voices that rose up and said do something yelled do something because what happened in dayton is just unconscionable. You know this this this should this needs to stop and <hes> <hes> governor the wind has an abysmal record on gun control and we need we have have seven pieces of legislation in our state legislatures <hes> state house right now that are just stuck and he can do something and we're just we're just calling rolling out and <hes>. I know that people are saying that they're angry that that they think this got politicized but that's not what this is about. This is the fact that that got nine people died and if people don't think that they are angry that they got killed. They're wrong. Well not just briefly. Why is it that you contend that the governor's a record is abysmal on this. He obviously says that <hes> <hes> that he wants things to stop and he says he wants to do things to address this. Why do you you feel his record is not one of the first things that he signed into legislation when he or into law when he became governor was to fill a low <hes> a <music> a loophole <hes> that <hes> <hes> strengthened gun access to these kinds of weapons the first one of the first things he he did now. He's he he. He might talk the talk but he does not walk the walk and you know he. He's in a very tough spot because he's got <hes> <hes>. He's got all these people that are pandering to them that are huge access n._r._a. People and he's got to keep his job. You know he when he was in the state house. He got an f rating the n._r._a. But when he when he when he was in the senate he got an f rating when now that he's now now he's governor you you know he's he's <hes> getting pats on the back so no you can't come to the city and talk this talk and it's just not acceptable to us. Okay okay. Thank you for that nancy. I'd like to take a couple of quick calls now from dayton. We have andrew coming at kalyan also from dayton andrew would your thoughts hello. Yes <hes> for me. It's just frustrating being someone in the middle not republican or democrat that regardless of party affiliation white nationalism domestic terrorism awesome antifa and we just can't come together <hes>. Nobody seems to be able to make an agreement without blaming the n._r._a. The gun makers or you know something else we just. We can't seem never come to agreement and someone like me. That's incredibly frustrating. Dayton ohio is right grew up those bars right along there in the oregon district or where regularly go out with my wife's. This is home and it's just frustrating. Everybody just wants to yell and scream point fingers rather than sit at the table..
"dayton el paso" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Very conscious of that and and you know when you when you read <hes> what appears to be his manifesto <hes> you come to understand that a lot of it may have been fueled by 'em anti immigrant of us <hes> a lot of what you'd hear <hes> from these groups that <hes> the test the growing number of hispanics in this country and and then the state <hes> and just exactly what it means <hes> so that's a little the reason why the police and the authorities. I think that it's linked to him. Briefly remind people of el paso pass from my people of the dual nature of this city and its distinctive its distinctive the land of of american and mexican identity sure absolutely well <hes> many people in el paso <hes> have family friends and what is and travel across the border every single day many what will make their way across the border to go to school <hes> somewhat go to work some have family here <hes> we all share a language together. We share culture together. This is very much by national bicultural area <hes> we all see each other as neighbors and the reason why something like this hit so hard is because that people from both sides of this <hes> from this border you know where we're affected goodbye this weekend's shooting and <hes> that's what's made it so incredibly difficult for people who live here because i'll pass wins have come to know that you know there's going to be violence in wada's and we've all kind of <hes> learn that and accept it that but you know we all still still venture out there anyway just because of how how much of a part of it is of our identity but generally you know people who come to a pass or not expecting to see something like this and that's what's made it so tragic seven. I believe seven of the twenty who were killed. We're actually mexican nationals. <hes> an vivid evidence of what you're describing aaron montas <hes> thank you for your work. Thank you for your time and thank you for sharing your sense of community at a difficult moment. We appreciate it so much and thank you for having me joining me. Now from dayton ohio is just made or she's a reporter for n._p._r. Member station station w._a._s._o. Who's been covering the shooting there and helping to coordinate her stations coverage just welcomed on point. Thanks for having me. Can you tell us a little bit about the events. It's <hes> last night and this morning what more we're learning what moore's transpiring in the community there in dayton right well first of all <hes> police and a host of of agencies that are assisting including the f._b._i. A._t._f. You know they're all working to understand what the motive may have been in this attack..
"dayton el paso" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Weekend of deadly shootings in el Paso and Dayton el Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio morning and remembering twenty nine lives lost to mass shootings this weekend the day after the president ordered White House flags lowered and said he has no place in the country this is also a mental illness problem if you look at both of these cases this is mental illness these are really people that are very very seriously mentally ill what he did not talk about guns and the apparent political element in at least the Texas shooting noticed by his critics Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer among them president trump spends more time criticizing Baltimore Elijah Cummings than he does white nationalists tonight you're hardly had had keep out of him about white nationalists senator Schumer and fellow Democrats are now calling on Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell to call the Senate back from the August recess and deal with guns drawn Tom forty a number of Mexican citizens were among the victims in the el Paso shooting correspondents Adrian bars as Mexico's government is now exploring legal action against the U. S. in response to the shooting in el Paso in which several Mexican citizens died the Mexican government announced a series of unprecedented legal actions Mexico will seek to extradite and prosecute not only the shooter but possibly go after whoever it was that sold him the gun Fishel's are also urging the US to establish a strong position against hate crimes and are calling gun control a crucial issue for the country the country's been rattled by three mass shootings including the one last weekend in Gilroy there is a growing number of people who are feeling very anxious in public spaces experts say that's normal and there are ways to deal with it in the aftermath of the tragic shootings a lot of people found themselves pondering what ifs and worrying about their own safety everyone in a situation where they're going to be potentially much more an easy are much more is quite it based on the reality of what occurred even if they're not part of the situation and Kellogg is a trauma therapist and founder of the Chiron center she says that anxious feeling is not entirely bad because it speaks to the person's humanity and ability to empathize with others but it can also be disruptive sometimes or impaired when it heats up from going places that was not enough yeah she says if that's the case it's important to remember all the good in the world and the things that bring you joy breathing and grounding exercises can be very helpful as well and remind yourself where you are and that you're safe Brummel Kay and extend seventy newsradio the recent mass shootings may lead to a renewed call for stricter gun laws UCLA law professor Adam Winkler says there are several things the federal government as well as firearm companies can do to make sure that weapons don't end up in the wrong hands can do more to bring down the daily tasks of gun violence better background checks a restrictions on the most dangerous forms of weapons and really increasing the ability of the federal government to crackdown on illegal gun trafficking he says he expects gun control to become a bigger issue among the democratic presidential candidates southern California law enforcement agencies are sending messages of concern also outrage after the shootings LAPD chief Michael Moore tell CBS two more needs to be done about gun with the level of violence.