35 Burst results for "thirteen years"

Why Is the Fed so Boring?

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:09 min | 2 d ago

Why Is the Fed so Boring?

"If we were grading on a curve these extremely boring and wooden speeches given by federal reserve chairs these actually represent shocking level of sharing and openness. This is according to sebastian mallaby author of the man who knew the life and times of alan greenspan if you go back to the early one thousand nine hundred eighty s. The central bankers almost didn't communicate at all with the markets and with the public. They were changing rates. They wouldn't even tell people there. Yeah there was near press conference. There was no announcement behind. close aide. they just did it and then over time bit by bit. The fed began to communicate. More specimens says that it was a major economic crisis that ultimately coached the fed down from it's fortress of secrets namely the housing crisis. Two thousand and eight so at that time banks and markets were collapsing and federal reserve chair. Ben banenky saw that he could speak out and actively reassure markets stabilize them almost immediately by announcing and explaining policies and actions federal reserve was taking. Its super tempting. For central bankers to exercise the awesome power. They have when they do communicate with the market. And there are amendments when the economy is really in the dumps and the need to stimulate it but of course there are two sides to the open communication coin derian case in point the taper tantrum. The tape attention. It happened in two thousand thirteen years. After the worst of the housing crisis was the economy is growing. Jobs are coming back all of the money that the fed has been pumping into the economy for years. That have worked. Things were stable but then fed chair. Ben banenky he said something that rocked global markets. Here the wiz that roiled the globe if we see continued improvement and we have confidence. That is Going to be sustained and we are convinced that that is sustainable. We will respond to

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How the Art of Manliness Monetizes Its Loyal Audience

The Business of Content

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

How the Art of Manliness Monetizes Its Loyal Audience

"So. You're kind of jack of all trades at the art of manliness. How was that company founded. So the origin story starts Way back in two thousand eight which seems like sort of ancient times in the internet world. Right bed my founder and editor in chief was at a bookstore. I believe it was a borders and browsing the men's magazines. Section was kind of disappointed with the content. He was seeing. So you know. It was stuff about the latest six-figure car How to get six pack ads and you know look better in bed on the weekend kind of thing you know. I really want something different out of a men's lifestyle content basically and so. He started up the art of manliness. The very first article was how to shave. Like your grandpa which was about a straight razor. Shaving it's still a popular articles. So that's kinda the gist of it and Been going strong ever since so what. Thirteen years later. Still go with strong with text. Podcasts and i joined the team fulltime a little over eight years ago and it's kind of it's mostly like a at least on the on the website version. It's like essays. It's not like doing like original reporting or anything like that it's our Kind of approach the content creation on the website. Sure yeah ads. It's a lot of how to's so across categories Stuff about style. There's you know like home maintenance. How to's there's stuff about a books hobbies stuff to do in your free time And then we do a little bit of like loss iffy ads kind of what we call our a man's life section which is kinda headier more original stuff but you're right in that it's not like getting always sort of aggregating information from books and other expert interviews and articles things like that.

Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

Ageless

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

"This week. We have our friend nina. Agdal on the podcasts. You probably know her from sports illustrated but she is also a health and wellness guru. She has the doll method. Which is her fitness app and hosts classes in the hamptons. She is amazing. So we hope you guys love this episode as much as we loved her courting it and let us know your thoughts over on instagram. So let's just jump right into it with nina. I want to hear first about your health and wellness journey and how you first got into fitness. Oh my god. I mean dad journey honestly goes back to when i was so little like i grew up with a soccer dad like he trained my brother to to play soccer. My brother went semi pro and my family has always been so active like they were like you know. We weren't so into music or traveling like he was like playing sports like entering competitions. Always trying something new like my dad was like try something like if you're good at it continue doing it if you enjoy continue doing it but just keep trying new things so i basically grew up with that and started dancing. Competitively then started. Playing basketball again tried. Every single sport and played it started entering my teenage years where other things in life start happening like parties. And you know you wanna do other things than going to basketball games and dancing competitively. So i kinda like didn't do as many sports then. But that's when i was discovered to do modeling to and obviously modeling comes with a certain responsibility. Like i like to describe it. It's like you know you have to be a professional athlete. 'cause it's definitely moving towards the direction where the body and the sizing and the measurements are not as important thing god. We're getting there. But when i started. What is that thirteen years ago. It was not a thing where with okay to be like different sizes which is a completely different topic conversation. But that's when. I got into fitness where i really had to like. Educate myself on how to take care of my body which is also process. Because there's so many ways to do it like you know that just living in new york it's like there's a gym and a method and a right and a wrong way on every single corner and how to how to train yourself and how to get in shape and

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A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra

Data Engineering Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra

"Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing stay in krisztian known stan about data governance in the enterprise. How khalib applies to lessons learned from their customers to their own business so stand. Can you start by introducing yourself. Yes of course. Thanks for having me over. Stan from libra one of the co founders of the company. That's two thousand eight. We've been doing this for about thirteen years now. And i've had a variety of roles in the company. I've been responsible for sales post sales partnerships. The whole nine yards the right. Now what i'm responsible for. And what i owned data office on the lake and on friday evenings recall that drinking our own champagne only mornings because eating and do you remember how you got involved in the area of data management. Yes i do and you're probably not going to believe it. But i i study doesn't mean you need like tropical engish but a colorblind so you can imagine me putting it was just one of the courses. We got there was sequel. And we've got this thick thick book of sequel the language and database. And i was thinking to myself who needs this. What is this mind you. This is nineteen ninety eight the year. Two thousand maybe something like that. I forget who needs to be money for such a book right so i was thinking as soon as i run through the scores of something that nobody will ever need. I'm going to sell the book. So that was the only textbook that ever sold the sequel book. So obviously i wasn't been bending to go into data management necessarily when i was in school but i went to a software company after my studies. Also did somebody ice. Obviously that they may be deeply comes back and then the company stints. I ended up at the university again but as a research engineer and then we were doing research into semantic slept startup semantics up to gatien's research slept with a database professor. So i worked there for about three years and there was really sucked into deep of the artist. She well when when did they go.

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The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia

Can We Talk?

02:04 min | Last month

The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia

"Was actually born zara hamou to a jewish family likely around the year. Nineteen o five in the city of steph ru which is in fez region in morocco in fez of courses the city that would eventually give her regional stage name alpha zia which means the woman from she was born to her mother naomi and father yahu and we don't know much about officias early life but we do know that her father was a butcher trade and a hudson or a cantor in his off time so we can guess that she would have been hearing in may be singing eden literature music from a pretty young age. We also know that she likely went to school for a little bit as a young girl. Zora was wed at a very very young age to a man from fez named don and she had her first daughter masa likely when she was around thirteen years old and she had two more children sam in a net and at the same time she also began to kind of scope out the music scene in fez going to hear to musicians who would hear her sing and encourage her to sing more which she began to do at private celebrations and weddings and even small venues. We know that likely around the age of eighteen she actually got divorced and eventually made her way to casablanca so her kids. Her first three kids mostly grew up with their father and his new wife in their family and in blanca. She starts a new relationship with one. Mr tapia long Though they don't get married They do have three daughters together. More net salons in suzanne who sadly died as baby

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Fake News in Digital Journalism

The Kicker

02:09 min | Last month

Fake News in Digital Journalism

"Marcus if i could start with you you wrote after the fact the truth about fake news which is about the circulation of fake news within this environment. Could you talk about that a little bit. Please well. I tried to take a kind of slightly provocative approach to the idea of fake news because the book is motivated by some of the problems i found in the ways that the problems of misinformation and disinformation are talked about and the rather selective way in which we talk about this province which is rather blind to the overall ways in which we can be misinformed by kind of cultural and ideological processes. Well as by much more narrow and specific forms of whether invest into deliberate factual inaccuracy. I suppose part of that is in considering the relationship between journalism and kind of neo liberal tables value in government policy and so forth and the way that that question has not really been engaged with enough so as part of that overall inquiry one of the things i wanted to actually look at the journalism industry which is an inside job involved in preparing graduates to enter for the last twelve thirteen years as as an economic and something. I've worked in as well and throughout that time. That's been i suppose a slight disappointment. Because there's always been this sense of incredible potential and i really believe in the value of what great journalists do and yet as positive to overrule perhaps cultural complacency we have around the kind of slide into neoliberalism has occurred in the last kind of fatty for two years A lot of the things that we say we want journalism to do. Haven't really occurred in in in terms of challenging and trying to arrest or reverse that slide. We started to use a certain point. A word a lot began to trouble me which was content this content creating content over time and i felt that this is emphasizing. The wrong part of what we're doing

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The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster

Latino USA

01:34 min | Last month

The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster

"It was april of two thousand and five and joseph webster had been sitting in tennessee state. Prison for nearly three years. He was serving a thirteen year sentence for selling cocaine. Joseph said he had a chance to go up for parole. He was hoping to go home early. He was twenty six years old at the time and then things took a drastic turn. Joseph was notified. He was being charged with the murder of a man. Named leroy owens someone that he said he had never met in tennessee. That meant he was facing a life sentence or even the death penalty would stay doing heartbreak on family. They will buy cheese perfectly covault and eighties again. I have leery. Owens was skilled in november nineteen ninety eight when joseph was just nineteen years old several years before he went to prison for selling drugs. Leroy's murder was brutal. He was beaten over the head with a cinderblock several times. The case remained unsolved for seven years. The moment after hearing the news is a blurred joseph. Not only was he not going to go home. He now had to prepare for trial behind bars. He thought of his three young sons and his mom. Marie burns who had been waiting patiently for his release. You know he called me so mama they trying to say keo some bad as a about us. Judson ju is added. Do it is added not do that.

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Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker

Gambling With an Edge

02:12 min | Last month

Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker

"On our last interview with you was almost all of the game of pool but you also are poker player a win. Did you learn poker in. How'd you get good at it. I started playing poker when i was thirteen. Years old A bunch of buddies of mine. A date fact where i grew up in dayton ohio poker was real popular with the kids and We started a regular weekly gave when we were like in the eighth grade. I used to ride a bicycle to whoever's house was having the game and we and we played for money we played for nichols dives and quarters. And you might win ten or twenty dollars so it was a good score back then. Did you ever play the world series of poker. Oh yeah well yeah. That came much much much later. I played when i came to california. I started playing in the car groups. That were down in gardena. They used to close at four o'clock in the morning and they be closed for two hours and woken up again at six. So we go sleep in our car and then come back at six o'clock and play. My favorite rooms. Were the monterey the rainbow which were right at each other they only you could only play five card. Draw high or five cards rallo. That were the only games offered back. Then and i kind of got away from it for a few years and then when they opened up the car groups again in the nineteen eighties. Were they allowed him to play. Seven card. stud. Hi lo split. I started playing a game. Reggie regularly. But i did and i started the first tournaments. I played at la. Were probably in the mid. Nineteen nineties and I didn't play and they were one hundred two hundred three hundred dollars tournament. I didn't go to the world series of poker until two thousand and three eighteen years ago. And the very first tournament i played in was the limit holdem which was like the first heard of it back then. It was a two thousand dollar tournament so that was a big part of it for me. At the time

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Nicole Begley: What Every Photographer Should Say to Their Email Subscribers

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:50 min | Last month

Nicole Begley: What Every Photographer Should Say to Their Email Subscribers

"Today's guest is us based and specializes in pet and equine photography before professional photography in two thousand and ten she spent thirteen years working as a zoological animal trainer. She's also the brains behind haired dog academy a platform for pet photographers to improve. They crossed and grow that photography business and the author of the book and equine photography for. Everybody i'm talking about the lovely nicole. Bigley who has appeared on the podcast episode. Two hundred and seventy three where she shared how to generate leads and terrific styles from solid. Now we were recently exchanging emails and the topic of leads. Email marketing landing pages and thank you. Pages came up. And how important for anyone doing business online. I asked if she'd be happy to come back and share her thoughts on those topics and she said yes. it's on rat tabby with us now nicole. Welcome back thanks for having me back to be here. I always love talking business with you. And i know you so switched on and what i love about and your photography academy and you business is that you're actually still shooting as well to photography still play a big part in your life now the photography's not as centers. That used to be. But i do still take clients. Mostly i mean to keep my foot in and know what's working and what's not but also still to have that creative outlet like there's nothing i love more than seeing a big piece of my work printed on a big wall piece like it's just it feels my soul so i keep taking a taking a few clients here and there for that knows and obviously spending a lotta time on hair. The dog academy and you'll using marketing and advertising strategies to build that. Are you applying those tactics to your photography business testings. Yeah yeah so you know. As i accidentally kind of ended up diving into this online education space about five years ago. You know. i've been learning so much about marketing and how to run an online business and so many of the things are so incredibly applicable to photography business. Even though we're kind of quasi online as a photography business because we serve a local market and were meeting people in person but we don't have a storefront many of us and even if you do have a retail location people are going to your website. I and the way we're marketing as often online even a physical location. You're still sending them somewhere online to make that connection with you so really. Online marketing and photography businesses is really pretty critical. Yeah i guess you could say we're service base online business almost. Yeah yeah absolutely. Yeah because even again like i said even if you have a storefront retail location. You're still doing that marketing. They're not coming in the foot traffic and figures not coming into your business. You have to do the marketing to get the traffic into your

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Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

LGBTQ&A

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american

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Hundreds March in Chicago, Protesting Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds March in Chicago, Protesting Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

"In oakland california. Multiple fires were set. Numerous windows were shattered and several cars were damaged during protests against police. Brutality last night authorities say bottles and other objects were thrown at police. Protesters were also out in chicago. Where a thirteen year. Old boy was gunned down by. Police john kenton zara. The president of the city's police union says the officer had a split second to react. After chasing adam to lehto down a dark alley while speaking to fox sean hannity kenton zara also mentioned the boys gang affiliation. I've seen this many many times. Where parents are just at wit's ends with kids who are being led astray and they know what to do with them especially at that age. Where they're so impressionable. The officer who also serves in the marine corps has been placed on administrative. Leave

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Bodycam Footage of Boy Being Shot Dead by Chicago Police

NPR News Now

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Bodycam Footage of Boy Being Shot Dead by Chicago Police

"Police review. Board has released body camera video of a police officers fatal shooting of a thirteen year old boy last month civilian office of police accountability and independent board that investigates police shootings releasing the footage of the march twenty ninth fatal shooting of adamant toledo following on the allowing the boy's family to view it earlier in the week shortly before its release mayor lori lightfoot called on the public to remain peaceful at times choking up lightfoot condemn the city's history of police violence and misconduct especially in black and brown communities lightfoot pointed a systemic failures we simply must fix

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Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of boy, 13

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of boy, 13

"Body camera video has been released of the shooting death by police of a thirteen year old boy in Chicago an officer is heard yelling drop it at Adam Toledo before he was shot this still frame taken from the jumping night time footage appears to show Toledo wasn't holding anything and had his hands up or partially up his family's attorney do you know why sorties says it doesn't matter if the teenagers a choir boy or involved in on toward activity the fact of the matter is that he was walking in the street and he was shot shot an armed before the video was released Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot choking up at times call for calm we can't be what our young people experience in our city it will take all of us to turn this around the mayor says Chicago is traumatized by a long history of police violence and misconduct I'm a Donahue

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Dodgers Home Opener Was One to Remember

The Lead

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Dodgers Home Opener Was One to Remember

"Somali. Friday was the home opener for the dodgers and they finally got to celebrate their world series title with their home fans inside los angeles is best known. Cova testing vaccination site a dodger stadium. You're there for the home opener on friday. What stood out to you about the festivities so the ceremony itself was kind of strange. The dodgers definitely do pomp and circumstance. Like nobody else. There's like this. Hollywood pressure to make super exciting and over the top today. We're gonna share some messages that have been recorded for the dodgers by some of the grades to the game. They had asked dodger players who were on the team last year to tell them who their favorite baseball player was growing up and then they went and got that player that former player to record a message a congratulatory message to that guy clayton clark here while what an unbelievable journey. It's been thinking kershaw's been he's from texas. He grew up worshipping. Clark number twenty two clark. So that made a lot of sensible apart congratulating him thirteen years in l. Mvp songs all star game appearances and now a world series ring. What an unbelievable career you've had so far young man recorded of mental. Julio reaction bradley. Leonard man beacon me Fan viewers and he kind of chided. Mookie betts for not picking hamper. A-rod was up there congratulating. Someone and got booed. I was super entertained because it was really awkward but the players seemed excited about it. So there you have it.

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Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

Daily Pop

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.

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Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

Geek News Central

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

"Democratic lawyers are asking facebook the detail. Its instagram for kids project. They have concerns about the proposal. You think following report last month. The facebook is working on a version. Instagram for children under the age of thirteen parents. Parents parents parents a group of four democrat. Lawmakers said they're concerned with the company's plan a letter signed by senator ed markey richard blumenthal represent. Kathy castor and laurie trahan. The group astra series appointed and technical questions related the project for instance several direct. The company detail. How the tubers instagram will be including whether facebook will those will allow those on the main line app to see the contents. Kids post other questions. Touched on practical subjects ike. How facebook plans to handle things when he used turns thirteen and so on and so forth please please please if they launch this. Do not allow your under thirteen year. Old kids to get a kids instagram. Please

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Fine Art in Photography with Stuart Graham

Photography Radio

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Fine Art in Photography with Stuart Graham

"Are doing fine art. We're doing intentional camera movement. We're going to have a lot of fun and we're talking with one of the master. Practitioners of stewart graham store is in the uk as endeavour county on the south coast of the island. And you know his work from the frames. Facebook page is unmistakable. It's beautiful it's evocative. It is fine art photography. i think At its very best stewart. Welcome how are you doing over there today. Yes some good scott. Thanks to me. It's my pleasure. There's an awful lot that i want to talk about in not only in terms of your work but in in the technique of it and the aesthetic of it but one of the questions. I always find it immensely. Fascinating is how people came to the particular vision that they have you say on your website that when you thirteen year. You're older brother gave you a camera. And that moment you knew you were going to be a professional photographer. Tell me about that. Why why that moment. Something just clicked. He bought a zenith. Em o. is in es think it was. I asked if could you know if i could have a hold of it and he said yep but you know. Make sure you're doing drop. It and i was sat on the on the sofa next to him and i- i- framed his head and that was just it. It was almost like an epiphany it was like. This is what i want to do from now wondering but how how did you know. We're we're in the pre digital age here so you didn't have an image to look at afterwards. What is it about the act of framing. That got you excited there. It was just one of those things. I just thought this is amazing. And he'd already explained to me. You know how an esa works in the light comes. Through the lens hits the mirror it goes through the prism. And what you see in the viewfinder is what you will say. Yeah that was it. I thought wow you know we. We can capture things just like this. This is this is

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'Justice' sought after Chicago police ID dead suspect, 13

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

'Justice' sought after Chicago police ID dead suspect, 13

"Authorities in Chicago say the person killed in an armed confrontation with police Monday was a thirteen year old boy Chicago police say officers were dispatched to the city's website around two AM Monday because shot spotter technology detected gunfire police say there were two suspects in an alley who fled on foot officers gave chase and one person was shot in the chest Elizabeth Toledo is the mother she says her thirteen year old son Adam was full of life which has been taken by the police she admits he did sneak out at night while she was sleeping she wants justice for her son the civilian office of police accountability is investigating the shooting and says there is body camera video but they can't release it without a court order because the victim was a minor I'm Jackie Quinn

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"thirteen years" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

06:39 min | 9 months ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on The Daily Article

"This Week Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be come the first woman in history to lie in state at the US Capitol her casket will be placed in the National Statuary Hall on Friday where a formal ceremony for invited guests will be conducted. Beforehand, her body will lie in repose at the Supreme Court Wednesday and Thursday a private ceremony attended by her fellow justices, relatives and close friends will be held in the Great. Hall of the Court. Building. At nine thirty am tomorrow her casket will then be brought outdoors for viewing under the portico at the top of the front steps. Next week her remains will be interred alongside her late husband in a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery after her death last Friday, I, read my own words a collection of her most significant writings. The first appeared in the compilation was published in. Her School newspaper in June nineteen, forty, six, she described and assessed the four great documents that have changed the world the Ten Commandments. The MAGNA CARTA The sixteen eighty, nine bill of rights in England and the Declaration of Independence She. Then affirmed the Charter of the United Nations as a fifth. She was barely thirteen years old at the time later that month she published in the bulletin of her local Jewish center? An article which includes there can be a happy world and there will be once again when men create a strong bond towards one another a bond unbreakable by studied prejudice or a passing circumstance then and only then shall we have a world built on the foundation of the fatherhood of God and whose structure is the Brotherhood of man how many of us could have written that paragraph when we were thirteen years old? The more I read about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The more I was impressed with her intellectual brilliance and her personal story when she was fourteen months old her older sister died of meningitis at the age of six. Her mother died of cancer at forty eight years of age two days before Ruth's high school graduation ruth was one of only nine women in her class of approximately five. Hundred, at Harvard, law school, her husband once introduced her as a person of great intelligence fine judgment, personal warmth, unremitting hard work, and an advantageous marriage, which is just what I expected after our second date fifty three years ago the more I learned about Justice Ginsburg the more I wished respectfully that she had used her amazing gifts in the service of more biblical Worldview the national abortion. Federation a statement after her death calling her a crucial defender of abortion rights. A website devoted to lgbtq advocacy headlined. RPG fought like blank for lgbtq plus equality. It's our turn to fight for her legacy consistent with the relativistic claim that truth claims are subjective and personal justice. GINSBURG advocated a view of the US Constitution as living and thus subject as Justice Antonin Scalia derisively noted to. Whimsical change by five of nine votes and the Supreme Court such whimsical change discovered a right to abortion in nineteen seventy-three predating her elevation to the court in Nineteen Ninety three and to same sex marriage twenty fifteen where she voted in the five to four majority. Imagine the impact Justice Ginsburg could have had if she had reasoned according to God's changing word on life marriage and truth. Shits Creek received seven emmys last Sunday night. One of the winners is a gay actor who plays a gay character. He told the audience, our show at its core is about the transformation of facts of love and acceptance. We need it now more than ever before time said nothing captured our collective thirst for comfort positive energy and familial togetherness more than the shit's creek sweep on biblical morality has become more normalized by the supreme. Court and the Court of public opinion than ever before in our nation's history. In these perilous days, we can learn from Ruth Bader Ginsburg the importance of intellectual excellence and persuasion. For example, let's note that changing our opinions regarding. God. And his word changes neither God nor his word as C. S. Lewis observed denying the sunrise does not harm the sun. Some ninety declares Lord. You have been our dwelling place in all generations. Dwelling place translates the Hebrew for home and refuge. God has been this for his people in all generations because from everlasting to everlasting, you are God the most. logical description of God I have found comes from ANSELM OF BERRY TEN thirty three to eleven o nine, who characterized him as a being than which nothing greater can be conceived God cannot change or he would be at times less than God nor can his word change its truthfulness for it reflects the one who revealed it when we change your opinions regarding the truth we do not change the truth president. Lincoln once employed a popular riddle. If I should call a sheep's tail leg how many legs would it have his audience answered five Lincoln replied no only four for my calling a tale a leg would not make it so. Are you living by the Court of human opinion or the council's of God if your life were to be even more aligned with your father's unchanging word, what would change are you using your influence to encourage those? You Influence to live by Biblical truth whatever it costs us to declare and defend. God's Word is a small price to pay for the privilege of partnering with the King Whose Son died that we might live with him in paradise forever Saint Gregory Eighty Five, forty, two, six, zero, four observed that the world seems very small to a- soul who contemplates the grandeur of God how small does the world seem to you today? If you like what you heard, please leave a rating and review for the PODCAST. Thank you for listening to the daily Article podcast today..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on The Daily Article

"This is the daily Article podcast published by Denison Forum or Culture Changing Christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox week day morning visit the daily Article Dot Com. Now here's Today's news discerned differently. I deeply appreciate the feedback we received from readers and listeners to the daily article. For instance, one reader wrote in to say that our website is the only place on the Internet that I can find Godly Perspective on current events or that gives beautiful testimony of what God is doing in our country that reader understands what we're working toward at Denison forum that our audience might have and maintain a biblical perspective on the. Day's news if you have been encouraged challenged or inspired by our work, please consider scheduling a gift to our ministry for North Texas giving. Day. At the daily Article Dot Org note anyone in the world may participate and no to that. A generous donor has offered to seventy five thousand dollars matching grant, which means your gift will be doubled until he reached that match. So please consider donating today at the daily Article Dot Org. At least thirty, five people have died in west coast wildfires. As of this morning, we are watching apocalyptic images of scorch trees, buildings reduced to rubble and burned and blackened cars. The fires have produced a smoke cloud, the covers, almost a million square miles and traveled thirteen hundred miles. Oregon officials are bracing for a mass fatality incident after wildfires in their state have burned over one million acres. One story is especially heartbreaking three. Year old victim was found with his in his lap, the remains of Wyatt, toft his grandmother and Wyatt's dog were discovered inside the family car in Marion. County Oregon. A family member told reporters he got in there and tried to drive the car and started coming down the hill and then went off to the side. For some reason I, guess, all the tires were just burned up and everything the pavement was so hot. Tropical Storm Sally. is expected to become a hurricane today and appears likely to make landfall near the Louisiana Mississippi border. It could bring up to twenty four inches of rainfall with life threatening storm surges and hurricane force winds. Meanwhile, farmers in Louisiana are dealing with a gruesome result of Hurricane Laura thick swarms of mosquitoes driven from swamps and marshes by the storm have moved inland and. are killing cattle and horses. The bugs bite the animals so many times that they die from blood loss and exhaustion trying to evade the swarms, add wildfires, canes, and killer mosquitoes to the coronavirus pandemic that has taken more than nine, hundred, twenty, four, thousand lives as of this morning Christians claim that there is a God who is all knowing? All loving and all powerful we explain. Natural disasters as a consequence of the fall when human send all of creation was affected as well. Prior to genesis three there were no wildfires, canes or viruses. We've further explain much of innocent suffering as the consequence of misused freedom. If someone misuses their free will to get drunk and rex their car, this is not God's fault. It is not even his fault if this person. Rex Your car however, our all knowing all loving. All powerful God sometimes intervenes to prevent the consequences of the fall and misused free. Will Jesus calmed the Stormy Sea of Galilee the Lord Protected Peter From King is plan to execute him if the Lord sometimes intervenes to prevent innocent suffering, why does he not always intervene if he could save Peter? Why didn't he save? Wyatt? Toft. My father had rheumatic fever in high school. The disease weakened his heart leading to a heart attack when he was thirty three years old and his death from a second heart attack at the age of fifty five our oldest son was diagnosed with cancer several years ago and had to undergo surgery and follow up radiation. He is now well, but his suffering was another consequence of our fallen world I'm sure you can identify times of such suffering in your life and among those you know in this light, can you still believe in an all knowing all loving all powerful God the logical answer is that we can the practical answer is that we must. On a logical level the very fact that God is all knowing. All loving and all powerful assures us that he redeems our suffering for greater good because he is omniscient he knows our pain because he is all loving. He wants only what is best for us because he is omnipotent, he can redeem anything for a greater purpose. We may not understand such redemption on this side of eternity, but we can believe what we cannot yet see in the meantime we walk by faith not by sight on a practical level we must not reject the love and power of God when we need. Them most it is when we do not understand our suffering that we especially need to trust the one who sees what we cannot, and who loves us with unconditional grace. It is when our pain is greatest that we most need our great physician and it is when life is most painful that God's people should be most on our knees. We can pray for rain where wildfires are raging. We can pray for protection and strength for those responding to this unfolding tragedy. We can pray for those in the path of Hurricane Sally those endanger from wildfires and those who are struggling with covid nineteen. We can ask God to use us to answer our prayers in practical ways that incarnate his love and grace. Lauren dangles you say released more than two years ago has now become the only song ever to spend one hundred weeks or more at the top of any of the billboard hot songs charts. Here is the chorus that is touched so many hearts you say, I, am loved when I can't feel a thing. You say I am strong when I think I am weak and you say I am held when I am falling short when I don't belong Oh you say I am yours. Our Father is offering you the same assurance right now. Did you know that the daily Article podcast is available on most major podcast platforms it's also on Alexa Flash briefing. Perfect for your morning routine consider subscribing to the daily Article podcast on your preferred casting platform and you for listening today..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Never Seen It

"And then people like how long you been here in like a year and a half to gotta give it thirteen years and have a kid thirteen years in LA is one of the better neighborhoods around Los Angeles. Just continues to increase. What was that that games called the world's best? Oh, yeah. I forgot. I went off on a team. All right. There's it's so complicated. I don't understand. I know I'm a huge group. Offi some thrilled that they're judging. It's rupaul drew Barrymore. Yes. Which you think faith faith, faith hill to me sounds like where teenagers make out. The worst part is James corden, it just inserts himself into every act. I I I know he's just like let me and you'll grits. That's so bizarre to me. That is I we watched it because it was on after the Super Bowl. And then then they knew this. Why everyone would watch it? And then he's just like that was great. What you just did? Well, if a well be Britain did too, and they're just like, I don't know. We we don't are you gonna jump and chop a block your leg up. Do you do this? He's like, I could definitely do your talent. But it will take a while and be on entertaining to watch. And then it just kind of crowds. Like, here's why I don't think it'll catch on this scoring in the game involves so much math and Americans like all right? We're going to have three judges and average that and then tally. Fifty more Americans aren't here to average. And then add you're not pem dosing a game show with Americans up here. Very confusing and then two people got like perfect scores. And then a guy clearly came out to lose to show you that people could lose right that what What does. does that mean? Man space cowboy and was also called space something cowboy something and other council. Cowboy Tony romo's calling the whole thing slave, a former cowboy was also every every act it was like, can you believe it's them? It was like Asian country. And then it was like like little little little Filipino sing. And beyond they were. So it seems so dismissive of everywhere, and they're like, can you believe we found a talented person from that country to by judge. Look, we got someone from what's this place called Britain? Yeah. But then the guy who didn't get it the source wallo. It looked like a sword swallow or he looked like he did that he had something built into his body to become better at sword swallowing. Yeah. So I don't want you to look like what you to be fair. I have my I have my settlers tattooed on my palm. Do you like advance who are the people that aren't the judges that are voting Anderson Silva, will they were just they were like fifty experts other fifty years? They're like sort of famous people from all these countries, like Anderson Silva's, an MMA fighter from Brazil. So he was the Brazilian famous Representative. Oh, they were all from Seattle this whole. But it's like why would a sword swallowing expert? Judge the guy who's juggling. Yeah. Why house he still expert, and then it was the sky swallowed swords? And they were like, well, we've got a joins Gordon looks around the judges we got a magician magician. What do you think a sword swallowing? It's like the Mitch Hedberg..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well done well done well done. Wow. That was an amazing job. Well, done fifty six thousand paid off in thirty months as a single mom, but her college age daughter does it man. She does it. That's amazing. She say, she saves money, the family trees, change sheep cash for car. She's paying for her education. She goes, this is awesome. Very very well done. Shelly. Congratulations. Very proud of you Amy is with us in Los Angeles. Hi, amy. How are you? Hi, I'm well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? All right. I recently went through a divorce, and I am in the process of rolling over the Lynch to a traditional IRA, I called the company, and they asked me they surprise me and told me that about half of that is coated as after tax contributions. In which case, I have the option to either role that portion over to a Roth IRA more I can pull it with no taxes and no penalties. I double check that with the tax professional, and they confirmed that I can pull that portion without taxes and penalties. So given that I'm wondering if this still counts as cashing out retirement, only to avoid bankruptcy foreclosure, or if because there's no taxes and penalties. Should I treat this like a non retirement assets? And use it to pay off a lot of my death be a non retirement asset, not pay off your debt, you're coming through divorce. Everything's changing how long were you married? Thirteen years, and what is your income? Well, I am a home school mom, but I'm in the reserves disabled that so I have a lot of different sources. So putting it all together. It's actually pretty good about ninety five ninety five thousand. Okay. That's my my style. My time that I serve and that includes a timeshare that includes child support that does that includes my child's for selfless for everything. Okay. How much are you getting out of this deal? I got. So I actually divorce was final almost almost exactly one year ago. Okay. I came out with fifty almost fifty seven thousand in the last year, I've paid off almost twenty four thousand got another thirty three thousand ago. And how much? How much is non how much is that you can pull out as we're gonna treat like a non retirement asset twenty two five just about enough to finish thousand five hundred. I'm sorry. I didn't hear. Okay. I'm just thinking. Well, here's the trade off. Okay. There's nothing wrong with cashing that out and using it to pay off this debt, and I probably would. Okay. The possible trade off is is that your only about fourteen months from being debt free. Right at your current pace. I mean, you paid off twenty four last year. You only have thirty three right? Right. And so I'm kind of tempted to let this money lay there and make you a millionaire even faster since it's already in a retirement program. Because once we pull it out of this retirement program. You can't put it back.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Vehicle extra thirteen years, new technology, and I wanted to compare it though with a Honda and Toyota the reason that I got a Subaru in the first place. I certainly was not intending to was I got my little consumer report. And I was looking for safety, and I was looking for a back deck to throw all the fertilizer and everything more easily in and I did not want a bottom opening back deck how like the top opening one of the Forrester. What what compares size-wise safety wise and back, deck wise. I guess. With a Honda and Toyota to the Forrester. Oh my goodness. That's that's am not. I'm not quite following you on the back deck thing to be honest. You know on on the forest or you lift up your back door, and then you've got a flat. Platform in there. And it's real nice. I even have one of the custom trays. You know made out of forever. And it's very convenient for me too. Unload and load bags of fertilizer mulch. All that sorta thing that yard owners have to take care of. I think you'll find that with all the SUV's today that wasn't always the case, especially back when you bought your last one. But I think today you're gonna find I I don't know of any that have any kind of lip or anything that you'd have to pick this stuff up over the top of a typically just slide whatever's in there out. How much the Forster's going to have more cargo room than the CRV or the rat for? It's it's a larger vehicle. And I just had the nineteen four stir maybe a month ago. I've got a review in video my website. If you wanna take a look at it. I thought it was spectacular. I aside like a broken record. And I realized that, but I don't know what else to do about it. But the system on that Forster is a true life saver and there's nothing else out there. You. And gail. I if I had a loved one I'd put him in a Subaru. That's just the way it is. I like I like the quality of the ramp for and the CRV. But today, I think I'd put the to right there with it as far as longevity typically, the Ravin the CRV or good for two hundred and fifty thousand miles. I think this Forrester does really close to that without any issues at all. It's a very understated sixty five thousand. Okay. Have you ever? Have you ever want used the wheel drive system? Oh, well, I like the four wheel drive. You know, it's easier to turn. Yes. And two wheel drive. A really do like that. I do too. And don't like about a Subaru is. It is no easy. I think you'll see that that has changed dramatically. I noted that in my review that that was one of the things that they really had made good strides on it's it's it's not day from the one you've got trust me on that. But Dr one and make sure that you lack aside is now standard on all the Forster's is what I understand. So it's going to have it. But that's something that I I would strongly make the case the you should make sure that you got just make sure there's there and gilmer Subarus are dealer. If.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"McVay took over putrid? Here's what he inherited people say he narrated foreign twelve and he did and they were the laughing stock of the league and people thought Jared Goff floodplain play and suddenly Jared Goff became a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback. Right. But think about this since two thousand four up until last year that's thirteen years of football. They had not been above five hundred not one the last two years. They have won a combined twenty four games after twelve win last year. They went eleven thirteenth thirteen proven. Yes. When you win two more games that's better than the year before after winning seven more games the year before that. We do jug job leaves. That's insane. Weekdays at three pm eastern Pacific on Fox Sports radio off a lot of talk going on about working with diva dealers. Have Antonio Brown? The biggest drama Queen in the National Football League twelve we've got our own set of divas. Slight clay Travis Dan, Patrick, Colin cowherd. Just think about that. Rob parker. Chris Bruce, Jason Smith, Mike Harmon diva of them. All then maller. Not that I toot my own horn RJ bell is a close second straight up. Fox Sports radio. College hoops are where it's at Monday on. I know Brassica takes it to the court against Indiana. And wisconsin. Maryland and aiming of college hoops on half. That's why. Six thirty eastern on. Car landing on a roof to a car landing in the pool. We've covered it Dr farmers. We know what thing to because we've seen a thing or two. Harbors? Bob. Insurance exchange. And every state. Steve Harvey Kerry roads, we're.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And she is thirteen years old. Hi, welcome to our program. Michelle. Thank you for having me. You bet. I turned to Catholic school in strong style Hieaux and every Friday, we have a current event topic and repick aside, and we debate about it. So it usually ends up being political. So this week our topic is whether or not it should be easier for immigrants to become citizens. And I was looking through any website. I could to find credible information. But it seems helpless because the only things I could find where Pinon aided. Essays from CNN. Two thousand ten so I was wondering if you could help me with this problem. Why can tell you what I think about your question? Can I ask you a question? I tear. How is it? You're not in school today. I mean, it's one thirty in the afternoon, Ohio. I'm sick today. I I didn't get away with that very much. I tried. I tried. I hope you're not too sick. You sound you sound good. Yeah. I I've been six for about a month. So, but I've been going to school. But today was just really bad. But you are going to go tomorrow and you're going to participate in the question. Oh, yes. Yeah. And have you been given a side to take in this? Or can you take any side you want based on what you really think are you supposed to research this and find out somebody else's opinion. What are you what what is your assignment here if there is one? So we're we're supposed to do is. We're supposed to pick a side, and we're supposed to get statistics about it. But I don't understand how Postiga statistics for this topic because there's nothing really to get accept what the American people think about it. Well in researching this is a problem. I think with the internet in general. Is is finding untainted just straight objective news. Now, one of the one of the places I would suggest that I don't have the web address. But you might try the US census bureau census, you might try. US government websites looking for data on immigration and citizenship justify that what the numbers are how many and we're talking legal here. How many people are admitted into the country on an average annual basis? And what do they have to do to become citizens and are their visas involved? Can they come here for a few years in advance of citizenship? And if so on what kind of visas, it, it can get it can get pretty complicated. I can give you the the overall theory of immigration. That has always governed the subject in the United States. And in a nutshell when you attach the question, should it be difficult to become a citizen after? Yeah, it should be. And it's it's not overly hard as it is now, but it should require some commitment. Because the United States, and this is probably what you're going to have trouble finding on the web. I'm giving you this this is opinion. But it really isn't. It's it's opinion based on my knowledge of the founding of the country, and how the country was intended to be and what it became and there's no other country like this in the world. There is no country in the world like the United States, not even free western democracies? We're the only country in the world with a constitution it limits. The government that provides for the privacy of the citizen over government. We do not have a constitution that limits. What people can do. We have a constitution limits. The government that has that had never been done before in the history of the world. Most people. Even today. Most people alive today live under some form of dictatorship or tyranny and have nowhere near the freedoms that we in the United States have they they don't have anywhere near the economic freedom and liberty or prosperity that we have which is why we're such a targeted destination for people, but we stand out. And it's precisely because this country was founded on the basis that human freedom and human liberty and the human mind unfettered leads to exceptionalism and greatness, not that we're better than any other people on the earth. But because we have fewer restraints and restrictions on us that we are freer to reach our potential as individuals, and as a population will this led to the establishment of a distinct American culture, and by culture mean rules and regulations and morality by which the citizens of America live by and this culture was itself rooted in the premise of individual liberty where you could pursue happiness while living your life on afraid of what you think unafraid of what you say. Unafraid of where you go because your government does not have the power to penalize you for it. So this kind of unshackling of the human being led to untold. Innovation and progress economic prosperity and our population growth we purchased Louisiana purchase. And and. One some territories the population growth of this country, coupled with that unique never before seen in the world freedom and liberty unleashed a population. Like the the world had never seen. We we nations had been around for thousands of years say in Europe or the Middle East. We in less than two hundred years had eclipse them by a factor of ten in just basic standard of living circumstances. Something simple things is like it's plumbing sanitation water. Inventions such as air conditioning and flight and electricity and so forth. Leaving the world and all kinds of innovation led to untold millions of people wanting to come here in order to preserve this country ought to be a very specific task for somebody not a citizen to become one. If they come here via legal immigration is that they do have taken test and those who endeavor to become citizens and pass the test. It's one of the most proud days of their lives. If you've ever been to a naturalization ceremonies ever seen one televised. It is one of the proudest days of their wives to become quoted quote at American. They learn the language they become familiar with the customs. They do not sacrifice their nationality. If they arrive here is Italian there's still Italians touted Americans, but they become Americans. It's a good thing to become an American to be a participant in this. Unique distinct culture. Well, what's happening is that that unique distinct culture is being diluted and watered down by record numbers of illegal immigrants who want to become citizens, but do not want to have to do anything required to become a citizen other than show up. And that's why so many of us feel the country is at risk. M threatened. We are a nation with a culture and a society worth preserving as as hard as it takes as long as it takes us as much as it takes to preserve it, and we're under assault. There are people who think that our society is exclusionary it's unfair it discriminates. And all of that is literally a bunch of Kaka we have in the past had problems, no nation on earth has done more to address discrimination injustice, and it's an ongoing thing that the people of this country engage in each and every day while being accused being racist, sexist, bigots and homophobes, but I'm drifting away the bottom line is that America is so valuable to the world America is so important preserving the culture that led to this exceptionalism is worth preserving and it ought to be hard. It ought to take some effort. To become an American if you have grown up, and you've not been educated, and you have to come to become a citizen will you need to learn what it takes people born here grow into it. And that that birthright if you're if you're born here, you're a citizen, so you don't take any test just grow up and hopefully become an American. But if you're we're in charge every nation should be in charge of who gets in. And who doesn't every nation should have the ultimate right to determine who gets in and becomes a citizen who doesn't there's nothing discriminatory about that. There's nothing unfair about that. It's necessary to preserve the country has is. That's why we have borders and so forth. So the short answer to the question is. Yeah. It it. It should not be easier to become a citizen. It's not that hard now. But it takes some level of commitment. You wanna see some degree of commit anything? Nothing in life should be easy. Nothing worthwhile is easy. You everything worthwhile? Does take some effort. Some cases a lot of it. Now, I don't know where you can go other than my website to read what I just said. And you you will be able to do that very shortly. We transcribe my brilliance, and my monologues very quickly here. We get it up at Rush Limbaugh dot com, you're free if you to remember all that you'll be able to free you'll go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and maybe an hour, and it won't be there. If you want to. But if you want to find the numbers and the statistics, you know, how many apply how many get in that that's going to be some. Government website. You might you might try something like the center for immigration studies. If you just do a Google search for them, they have statistics from homeland security and other government websites. There's the two thousand nine yearbook of immigration statistics. Again from the center for immigration studies. That's a it's a it's a think tank, but it is. A think tank devoted to the accuracy of immigration numbers applicants the process, and and so forth. And so just just remember center for immigration studies. Just Google that. And I'm sure you'll get right? You'd get the Lincoln get right to it. Thank you. I just wanted to say, my parents have been listening to you for over twenty years, and our family is a huge fan of yours. And my dad was able to get on your show. And now I was able to get on your show once and it's just really happy. Why you've made my day. I I appreciate it. I you asked me a question that actually means a lot to me. It's why I continued. I'm maybe said more than you wanted to hear. But once I get going on this at matters so much to me that I I ended up desiring and wanting to be persuasive, and I'll admit that. So I appreciate your patience and tolerance. And I hope that did it did it help or did it confuse you. It definitely helped. I mean, I'm going to school where there's a lot of liberal teachers who aren't afraid to give their political opinions like for example yesterday. I had a teacher that was saying that President Trump is going to attempt to change the Hortense amendment. I mean, it's hard to have conservative beliefs when you're in such liberal school. I know I know they're trying to intimidate you out of it. Trying to force you out of your your teachers are probably of the bent that the United States has been so unfair over the years to poor people and gays and lesbians and transgenders and other people of color. I that we them if they want to come here that we should stand aside, and let them at we at least for all that we've done to harm them. They look at the United States as a as a negative impact on people of the world, which we don't understand how thinking people can think that of their own country. But they do I appreciate the call. You made the host look good. And I or you gave me a chance to and I so appreciate the fact your family's been out there for all these years listening. Best of luck with your assignment. Tomorrow fat. Call us back, and let us know how it goes. You're listening to the best of rush on the EIB network..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Well, it took thirteen years for the CASA me it'll be on the front page of time magazine. It's just gonna take time, and it will get there because patients are gonna take this to the doctors and pointed out as they did glucose Amee. The revolution starts with patients and people that have issues and want to have healthy, joints, and skin and hair and eyes and want to see some of these useful levels of HA restored in their body. Now Bill you've written a great deal about the role of hydraulic acid in the body's connective tissues. How does H a work in the joints and the connective tissues? It's a natural cushioning agent. And Pat, we're talking about between the bones. It also surrounds the nerves. There's a sciatic nerve as an owner nerve, there's a carpal tunnel nerve. All of these are going to need the special cushioning, the HA can give them. There are people that tell us this stuff works. Here's Ernie writing who's actually teaches and plays golf in Dover, Delaware. He found this purity joint formula, and we're telling you it worked miracles for him. Why? Because purity is not only taking the HA, but they've taken a brand new substance called hydrates that's taken from olives. Pat, you notice you can put a bowl of olives on your table at a year later come back, and except for a little bit of shrinkage due to just the loss of moisture, they're very stable. They're still there. They didn't shrivel up and waste away due to fungal contamination. So there's something very strong and all we've known it for a long time. Dr Roberto Crea, an Italian researcher who's now here in this country doing some research on hydroxy Tyra, Saul extracted from all and found out that it does some of the same things that the molecules do that trigger like estrogen does the production of HA. So we began to think why don't we combine this.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For thirteen years. This was the tip of a lifetime to solve this case. He said Talbott was never even on their radar. But at the time of the murders. He was twenty four years old and living not far from where the bodies were discovered. Police tailed Talbot collected his DNA from a discarded Cup and turned it over to a crime lab technician for analysis, and she told me that we had a match to the suspect that killed tenure in Jay. And it brought tears to is. And then I screened. Yeah. You know, we got him when I give these names to law enforcement. I am really sure because all those pieces have to come together really specific way. And then for them to end up right in the town where these crimes happened. Can't be a coincidence. Do you remember the day when you figured out who it was? Yes. I remember I remember the moment when I finally get to all of these people it's because it's a pretty profound moment. Zero in on that. It's certainly a heavy discovery. Why? Well, if I'm right, which I believe, I am I know a secret that only the killer knows are only rapist knows it's you know, it's it's a profound thing. This has changed lives and. You know, I see what I believe is the answer. One of the hardest answers to come up with was who killed eight-year-old April Tinsley who was abducted while playing outside her home in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight her body was discovered three days later in a ditch outside Fort, Wayne, Indiana, she'd been raped and murdered the police had the DNA of her killer, but could never find a match for thirty years he taunted investigators scrolling threats on a barn door in tying notes, two girls bicycle seats. The amount interviews man hours that went into this case is unbelievable. Brian Martin has been a Fort Wayne homicide detective for six years. He was the one who got the call in July from CC more saying there had been a breakthrough we began looking at the individuals that she had given us and within four to five hours fourteen days later that individual was taken into custody and is currently in the Allen county jail. The suspect is John Miller for fifty nine year old loner who worked at WalMart and lived in this trailer six miles away from where APRIL's body was found. He's pled not guilty. But according to this affidavit when police went to arrest him, they asked Miller if he had any idea why they wanted to talk to it. Miller looked at them and said, hey, Bill Tinsley exactly what was for. Sat satisfying part of the job. There's two things that are satisfying. Finally, having the pieces come together is very satisfying. And then giving these families some Justice to have an arrest. That is the most meaningful thing to me. The support for genetic genealogy in the war enforcement community is virtually unanimous Nanno labs, the company CC more works for. It for years. It's already marketing technology to police agencies that creates computer generated composites of suspects predicting eye color, skin tone in perhaps even facial structure based on their DNA, arm and trout, Girban CEO. So you're ready when the Golden State case happened the wheels are already in motion, we set back and watch the public response. It was overwhelmingly positive. This was like a starting gun to go ahead and move out. Arman, trout says already has more than one hundred cases in the pipeline. But there is no shortage of cautionary questions being raised by civil rights groups and bioethicists about the reliability of crime scene. DNA lack of standards in protocol in this revolutionary new field in whether website users have become genetic informants on their relatives the field is so new it's almost impossible to predict consequence. None of the cases have gone to trial, and no one has pled guilty. Do anticipate that there will be legal objections. I would think any good defense attorney is going to challenge. This just because there has never been a precedent setting decision on specifically using genetic genealogy and Jeb match. So I look forward to the day that we get that decision..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"Ugly in lived in western Massachusetts. Now for twenty five years. I'm sure I'll get into a little bit more background about me where I came from before that. But I've been in the Ben in the Happy Valley of a pioneer valley western Massachusetts for a long time. My wife and I have been in Springfield for fourteen years little over fourteen years. I'm married thirteen years, married in August. I'm a dad. I'm an adoptive father of two incredible kids. Who were fourteen in just about twelve middle schoolers. Yikes. One going into high school. And you said before we started coding that there's a lot of sleep and then going on right now. There's it's summertime in the living is easy here in the Hodgson Cologne household. The kids are sleeping in any way. My wife and I are still get nothing go. Kids are doing a lot of sleeping in genitals it singing camp this this week, which I'm really stoked for her. Is that like a sleep away or or is that just known? It's date. They camp. There's a, there's a wonderful little community music school in. She's been doing a singing group there for this third year doing the scene group there. So my son is is only two, but I'm already looking forward to sending him away for the summer. Does that something? Is that bad. No, it's good. Jas a fourteen year old. Just got back from a week, sweet sleep away camp up in New Hampshire that this was their second year up there. Yeah, I think it's cool. That was it as is it as awesome as I envision it to be sending children away. Well, what what did I do? I caught up on yard work. Primarily what I did. That you know it is what it is. All right. So you so okay, so adoptive family and your role at KP. What else? What else do you wanna share? What else do I want to share? What's you know? What is really important to me in this is how I'm preaching kind of everything in my life is like I did the initiation weekend in two thousand four about six months after I met the woman who can Kendra who's my wife. And went through that process gotta language, three months later, Kendra went through weekend called the woman in power weekend within credible batch of a.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Calls on that i remember that when that was happening it was there's there's another part of the evolution so it's but there's no doubt there's no pressure right now on the republican party to have any fiscal restraint so that's that's the change i've seen in the last thirteen years with the republican party with the democrats there change really came at least you know you and i working together the big change in two thousand six and that's when they took back congress two years before obama and all of a sudden all the way through because i've been talk show host since eighty nine and a reserve in the nineties during the clinton administration when when bill clinton got in power the democrats were really really focused on let's focus on being about the middle even though our instinct is to be far left let's just and that's when you started hearing while they're running for office and so they're moving to the middle there moving to the middle there moving to the middle but the town we got to two thousand six it was if democrats felt emboldened emboldened to just tell people what they really thought and that's when you started the beginning of the radical philosophy that you see the modern democrat party right now how absolutely radical they are as to what they want where the california democrats even though the people this is the whole point i'm talking about the party not necessarily the voter because we saw you were just mentioning our pre show meeting about the california democrats saying dianne feinstein nah we don't want her we're not we're not going to endorse her but the voters have overwhelmingly she's going to beat her opponent likely if the if if the numbers hold the democrats don't want it the party itself alf is becoming extremely radical and that's why you saw some of the defections you saw in two thousand sixteen with trump right they looked at it and said where in the world is this party going where in the world are they going did you see what was it the miss universe pageant contestant was her from spain whatever who's a transgender woman a man who's a woman and said finally that at you know this is on twitter finally that it was from the article that i saw on twitter of a you know finally a woman a woman is not based on your i i'm paraphrasing here not based on your physical attributes or your genetics if you feel you're a woman you are you should have seen the response from feminist yeah sure they just went cool yeah remember that hey caitlin you didn't live your life as a woman while the the appropriation of gender charges coming from feminists liberal feminists but that's how that's how insane and then we talk about the whole trans racialism obama just before he left office stating that he's come to know that race is more of a social construct which means you're the race that you think you are that is rapid said that oh could you that would have been that would have been these story for at least a week and so you see the radical miss that that that is coming out of the democrats and so that's really in the the two parties that's really been the change since we've been together for the last thirteen years at i've noticed but happy anniversary anyway order myself some.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Took thirteen years for doctors to dopp glue casa means sulfate it's a regular dietary supplement now drugstores health food stores people ask me well why hasn't my doctor told me about hyler onic acid well it took thirteen years real good casa me it'll be on the front page of time magazine it's just gonna take time and it'll get there because patients are gonna take this the doctors and pointed out as they did glue casa me the revolution starts with patients and people that have issues and want to have healthy joints and skin and hair and eyes and want to see some of these useful levels of ha restore in their body britain a great deal about the role of hydraulic acid in the body's connective tissues how does h a work in the joints and the connective tissues it's a natural cushioning agent and pat we're talking about between the bones it also surrounds the nerves there's a sciatic nerve there's an owner nerve there's a carpal tunnel nerve all of these are going to need the special cushioning that ha can give them there are people that tell us this stuff works here's ernie writing to me who's actually teaches and plays golf in dover delaware he found this purity joint formula and we're telling you it worked miracles for him why because purity is not only taking the ha but they've taken a brand new substance called hydroxy that's taken from olives now pat you notice you can put a bowl of olives on your table and a year later come back and except for a little bit of shrinkage due to just the loss of moisture they're very stable they're still there they didn't shrivel yup and waste away do the fungal contamination so there's something very strong and olives we've known it for a long time dr roberto crea an italian researcher who's now here in this country doing some research on hydroxy tyra saul extracted from all his then found out that it does some of the same things that the molecules do that trigger like estrogen does the production of ha so we began to think why don't we combine this wonderful.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"He's thirteen years old today and he's an asian boy getting younger and younger every second of the day is insane listen dog power house is going to be such a bob we need to see you miguel she's been added you can get tickets now at ticketmaster dot com over twenty acts more names to be announced demand that is very true i love that dog listen speaking of powerhouse we got tickets out in the streets right now let's settle was out there he's hitting the streets right he's out right share repin which means if you're an uber driver or lift driver and you have how one zero six on the shuttle orders your ride and you pick him up and you've got power one we're not kidding this is not a joke not a prank cameron when you a stammer he quiet row hey tony you are going to powerhouse tony brother nobody mold all good what you headed into neck let your car and you got power one for my birthday.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Is to telephone number if you pick up the phone and give me a call right now we can get you on the air and i can talk to you about mortgages we talk mortgages in real estates that's all we do on the show um i had a friend of mine who was telling me you know what i can't believe you can talk that long about mortgages every single show and i'm saying well with every mortgage this a story and anybody out there who's listening to the show has a story about how they got their mortgage how easy it was how hard it is is the difficulty finding real estate in this market really difficult to find real estate that you can afford it you can get and that here there isn't a fifteen offers on it so i know that there's tons of things to talk about and so if you call me mean we can talk a little bit about on air off fair but what you wanna talk about it will enhance the show and what we try to do email is info malibu funding dot net we're on youtube where on facebook where are my twitter is at jeff six four nine three all kinds of ways to get in touch with us maine thing is trying to get a conversation with you the listener about what it is that is intriguing or interesting for you about what we do on air are we bring great guest to the show each and every week this is a first time guest on the show from wire send financial sandra pugh lee is that correct senator i get that right that's correct uh paul ryan i got it right well you know what i really appreciate your coming on the show of known you for several years and and we've done some business in the past but let let the listeners know who you are what you are in where exactly you're doing most of your raw mortgage business uh i might not necessarily by i i am in inland empire and prior actually in rancho cucamonga and we've been in the business for about thirteen years but i guess yeah so we you meet me italy we are like me and my husband and if a team that my husband during.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Chant where you clap over the top of your head and case keno muslim the team and skull chance after the minneapolis miracle as they called it over the the saints so ask goal illustrates because i once you receive georgia lose to alabama on a kind of a crazy long pass in overtime where you were looked at third defensive coverage like what are they doing in sympathy with like how do they end up with just two guys they're far back it up but there was a very kind of similar experience but this is the basketball podcast but to get a feel for where the city is kind of sports wise it would be remiss of us too not mention that there is so much excitement in it's kind of a coalescing around both teams at the moment if you will which is weird for the temples and i mean the term roles had been so low on the minnesota totem pole for literally decades i mean since garnaut left some thirteen years since they last met the playoffs i think eleven years since garnett has been here and yet the fan base has galvanized around jimmy butler i think there wasn't a lot of two rolls fan there are a lot of people watching wolves over this very lean period but a lot of people who like loved basketball and so a small quantity but um very intelligent fans i would say who really kind of one a dig into it for the i mean to be watching games sixty of a to rural season when the teams fifteen and 45 you know takes a special kinda person but it's cooled it now see some of those people that have been in love with the team for so long get a little bit of reward and now targets on starting to sell out skull chance and the past month usman a shocking development for me honestly i on the record said before the season that i was kind of more than like the forty six win ranging the vegas at the over under at forty eight and a half and and assad i mean at one thirty one games last year so beal just a massive jump to get up puts fifty and it would require butler working teague in gibson not being cooked or massively underperforming their contracts.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KPAM 860

KPAM 860

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KPAM 860

"And tired of shopping but cyber monday's coming this week after this weekend's over and i don't know if you guys are planning and spending any money this silence that's xi'an's main by days in london yup that's it that's what i do all my buying well thirteen years of cyber monday's coming to an end yep although thirteen years young enough we call this i reminded like them we didn't think something we call the monday as nomadic was months athletic amazon created the home the allow yeah and uh uh uh stock was like what about twenty bucks some a here which should should have bought it then julia yes so we're gonna talk about some great deals going for cyber monday guber just bought a lot of selfdriving cars we can talk about what that means and the new amazon you reach out the other things i don't know ten or twelve these different eu readers and they they just having better and better so we're going to talk about the latest one that people were going to clamour for for christmas i read an article yesterday basically they went through each and every one of the different ye readers that they had to come out with and uh the first one it was all chunky and and had weird angles they were trying to make it look like a book that was you're from the side view as why why it with little rock area and then it was probably about an inch thick something like that then over time y'all got smaller the drop the keyboard and yeah yeah they and they said that was really funny on day one they the of the week the guy who helped develop the sing walked into amazon and it was pandemonium we everyone spine or the reader everyone loves the kindle it's fantastic the day to everybody returned to the capital we're all gonna die the launch of their resume exert so um he he also said that he was very surprised that the young we're one of the ereaders were reported on in years past instead of flicking the page or pushing a button to turn the two teams the page navy injected this thing where i deduce squeezed the sides of the reader and it would change the.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And wish to boost this was all about judd judge written spans eagle he was lie will he did his sentence he owes me nothing alinsky pleaded guilty to applying guy ever with champagne enforcing himself honored during a photo shoot in march of nineteen seventy seven she was thirteen years old at the time but he fled to france a year later and has been on the run ever since the judge said he would take her request into consideration but did not issue a ruling new jersey were woman fell six feet down that hole on a sidewalk take a look as she tax on our phone and walk straight into the barrier causing her to flip into that gap medics pulled her from the whole and she was taken to the hospital even the video shows the harsh lesson in distracted walking the woman's son says she is legally blind bystanders say the woman seem nauseous before she tumbled she wasn't badly hurt the doors had apparently been left open to repair gas lines world turned upside down a rare drumming death out of the water a one film is using your lost the war and others plus the fda is now urging patience not to use a certain prescription painkillers before we go to break all use now air live special coverage of lay as homecoming she is expected to arrive in honolulu next saturday on julie seventeen so be sure to tune in at seven am over on our sister station kgmb stuck in traffic we've got the answer earlier problems are gone no on the east side traffic back to normal dow going out to hawaii caught the wonder drives good on the publicly kbk the h three they're going to the west though we've got extra slow traffic because of earlier problems the driving time now for downtown to be h one h to split is forty minutes and it's it's the same whether you take the h one or the you'll pick up speed though after the whole lob emerge and it's clear at the h one h to split have you racked up more than ten thousand dollars.

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