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Study: Vaccine Blood Clots Risk Is Lower Than Clot Risk From COVID-19

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Study: Vaccine Blood Clots Risk Is Lower Than Clot Risk From COVID-19

"Those who have been vaccinated. A study in the British medical Journal finds about 12,000 of every 10 million covid patients are hospitalized or die from blood clots That's far higher than those who received the Pfizer AstraZeneca shot. Previous studies have shown a slightly higher risk of blood clots among those who received the vaccine. Fans returned to East Lake Golf Club for the

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | Last month

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with

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"12,000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"12,000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"12,000 wildland. Firefighters are battling dozens of blazes burning on nearly 900,000 acres in the west amid very dry conditions and record triple digit heat. For NPR News. I'm Ryan Hunches and Flagstaff. The National Weather Services. Lead forecaster Bob Oravec says the heat wave will definitely engulfed much of the West this week. Air tech We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since his Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amour is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Middle and low income families with kids will start to receive monthly checks of up to $300 per child from the federal government this week. It's part of the child tax credit expanded under President Biden's American rescue plan. Families who file their 2019 or 2020 tax returns should receive the checks automatically. Vilma Hernandez has three young kids. I have to buy clothes for the kids because they've been wearing like really close from last year. And they have outgrown, so that's like finally I can take them shopping for some clothes, so that's a relief that they're going to be wearing new clothes for the summer. Single parents who were in less than 112,000, or 150,000 for married copy couples are eligible. The New York Public Library is handing out 60,000 free book kits to Children. Starting today, the kids are tailored to different grade levels ranging from toddlers to high school seniors. Each kit contains at least one book and an educational activity for teenagers. The kit includes a stress ball. The library system, which serves Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island wants to prevent the summer slide. That's when students lose some of what they learned during the school year. There are a limited number of the kits and they're available at all branches. I'll take a kid with the stress ball. Thank you. For tonight..

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"12,000" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"12,000" Discussed on WBUR

"12,000 wildland. Firefighters are battling dozens of blazes burning on nearly 900,000 acres in the west amid very dry conditions and record triple digit heat. For NPR News. I'm Ryan hinges in Flagstaff. The National Weather Services. Lead forecaster Bob Oravec says the heat wave will definitely engulfed much of the West this week. Air tech We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief By the end of the week, the Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amar is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants, Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate. Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple of years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Jack. Let PR is in Boston, The town manager of Provincetown says there have been a handful of positive covid cases over the past few days among people who are fully vaccinated. In a Facebook post manager Alex Morris did not give a specific number, he says nearly all of the town's year round and part time residents are fully vaccinated. Health officials say those who are vaccinated generally of less severe symptoms when they develop Covid 19. Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in The South End, has named its first woman president, trustees at the school of named Aisha Francis, who was most recently the institute's chief executive officer. Francis says she'll continue focusing on the development of a new state of the art campus in Nubian squared faster education, entrepreneurism and opportunities for communities of color. The Middlesex district attorney says a man is in the hospital after a standoff with police in Everett. Authorities report and officers shot the 45 year old man when he moved toward officers with What is being described as a sword. Police say the man had previously barricaded himself inside his apartment building. The D A, says he is expected to survive. Many report finds more than 250 beaches in Massachusetts were deemed potentially unsafe for at least one day last year. The environment, Massachusetts Research and Policy Center report finds some of the beaches most commonly found with potentially unsafe water quality, where Kings Beach and Swamp skit Tannin Beach in Dorchester and Wallison Beach in Quincy. Ben Hellerstein's is the group's state director and says sewage overflows after heavy rains are to blame. We know that as climate change continues as extreme storms become more frequent and more severe, we can expect to see these two, it overflows increase, so that's why it's so important right now to make the investments necessary to ensure that our beaches are safe with swimming beaches are considered unsafe for swimming when there are high levels of fecal bacteria. Which can cause illness and infection. Fidelity's Digital assets division is expanding its staff by about 70% Bloomberg reports. The Boston based company will add about 100 technology and operations workers in its Boston Dublin and Salt Lake City offices. Moves in response to growing demand for Cryptocurrencies. The new employees will help Fidelity developed new products and expand offerings beyond Bitcoin in the forecast. Scattered showers tonight but mostly dry lows in the low sixties could see an early shower tomorrow, then Mostly cloudy with highs in the.

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Billionaires Fight Over Space as Branson Gets Set to Launch Before Bezos

Tom and Curley

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Billionaires Fight Over Space as Branson Gets Set to Launch Before Bezos

"That Branson really pulled a fast one by trying to usurp that first space flight nine days before basins. So I'm kind of team Branson Canteens Team basis. Sorry. We already had you down for Branson. You can't change your vote. You cannot There. Is there one Richard Branson, I'll be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience is this Branson speaking. Sounds even weirder than he normally does gives Sir Richard Branson this much the swashbuckling billionaire has a knack for making his dreams seem like hours in this case space. He believes it's for everyone do you like the term space tourism? Space Tourism works. On Sunday morning, Branson will become the space tourist since 2000 and four. His company Virgin Galactic has persevered through test flights and setbacks like an accident in 2014 that killed a test pilot space. Stephanie is hard. We've had our tears. We've had a choice, but I'll tell you what the joys have been fantastic. Branson's space voyaging will begin on a runway this runway at Spaceport America in New Max. To go. 12,000 FT. Straightaway for Virgin Galactic's mothership. VMS Eve is a plane, twin fuselage aircraft two pilots in the middle. It carries the space plane. The S S unity. 21 release release release at about 45,000. Ft Eve will release unity Fire fired! Cool. The spaceship will shoot straight up more than 50, Miles where space begins. Ship unity. Welcome to space. We've got massive windows. All the way around. The bill to unbuckle will be able to float around and they will become an astronaut Branson and three other passengers. All employees should experience a few minutes of weightlessness. Then unities. Two pilots will glide everyone back to Earth. By the way,

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About 50 Million People Affected as Heat Wave Shatters Records

Rush Limbaugh

01:16 min | 3 months ago

About 50 Million People Affected as Heat Wave Shatters Records

"It's another day of flexing. The state's power grid is overheated. A flex alert has been expanded to include today. That's when consumers, residences and businesses are asked to cut back on the energy use. Today's alert is from 6 to 9 the goal, of course to save power. Because the heat wave continues throughout the southwest. Christina Coleman has the latest more triple digit temps are expected throughout the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, signed an emergency proclamation to free up additional energy capacity. Now California does rely heavily on solar power, but that drops off when the sun goes down. Also, the state does import power, but getting extra power from other places. To be tough right now, because so many states are going through this heat wave like in Texas, where the state is facing another power squeeze on Monday about 12,000 megawatts of power went off line there. That's enough to power about 2.4 million homes, and this comes just four months after massive power outages in Texas. Left millions of people without heat or electricity. During that historic and deadly winter freeze. The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for most of our state, much of Nevada, Arizona and

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John Solomon Investigates 2020 Georgia Election Inconsistencies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

John Solomon Investigates 2020 Georgia Election Inconsistencies

"But I'm sure. Russia Russia reaching the coffee boy CNN's shelter, They're already convinced it's a conspiracy theory. It's not a theory or a conspiracy yet that we know it's a question. How do you get five tranches of balance with the exact same breakdown. Conveniently all have Joe Biden in the lead. Here's another tidbit of information from this John Solomon peace. Many of the control sheets for absentee ballot batches counted during the state's audit did not check the box indicating the ballot came from a secure container. Raising the possibility that balance restored insecurely or that multiple batches of ballots were sealed in a single container. Is there an innocent explanation? Maybe I haven't heard it yet. Have you? John's Affair reporter John Solomon. He does actual investigative journalism. If you had an explanation, he put it in there. He does give both sides of it. Matter of fact, there's a quote later in the peace. I'll read to you because it's fair. It says this Private experts and state election officials differ on whether the evidence shows a pattern of potential fraud or simply gross incompetence in the county that encompasses Atlanta. Okay, Fair enough folks. I don't know about you, but I'm not comfortable with either one of those explanations. Obviously fraud would be a devastating explanation because the State was decided by 12,000 votes the entire state. So if there are potentially hundreds or even thousands of ballots that are missing or not counted properly. I'd like to know about that. I assume you would, too. So fraud obviously would be a terrible explanation. But gross incompetence would be as well.

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Putin Tells Red Square Parade That Nazi Ideas Persist

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Putin Tells Red Square Parade That Nazi Ideas Persist

"Russia today marks the 76th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany and World War two from Moscow. Charles Maynes reports Rise Nicholas Young, legal buy beer, They're speaking before some 12,000 troops taking part in the military parade on Red Square. Russian President Vladimir Putin paid honor to the Soviet victory, while vowing to defend against what he said were persistent Nazi beliefs in Europe, considered Russia and the other former Soviet Republics most revered holiday in honor of the some 27 million Soviets killed in the fighting. Victory Day has taken on added political weight in Putin's Russia, where the line between historical memory and rising nationalism has often blurred. This year's anniversary comes amid rising tensions with the West, which Putin suggested was trying to rewrite history by ignoring the Soviet sacrifice and the victory over fascism. NPR NEWS. I'm Charles means in Moscow,

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"12,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"12,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

"Globally, another devastating number reached and the death toll We get that for maybe sees Brian Clark global death toll from Cove in 19 top three million people Saturday, according to Johns Hopkins University, But experts believe the actual number is almost certainly hire. This figure is equivalent to the combined populations of Philadelphia and Dallas. Deaths are climbing Once again, There's a worldwide average of about 12,000 each day. Roughly 3000 of those are in Brazil, which has been ravaged by the virus in recent weeks, trails on Lee the U. S and the number of confirmed deaths. Brian Clark ABC

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Seattle continues to battle homelessness crisis

Our American Stories

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Seattle continues to battle homelessness crisis

"Several Western cities, including Seattle, where federally funded hotels are filling up. In the year before covert hit. hit. The The number number of of homeless homeless in in Seattle Seattle jumped jumped more more than than 6% 6% to to nearly nearly 12,000 12,000 people, people, according according to to the the latest latest report report from from Housing Housing and and Urban Urban Development. Development. Most Most are are intent intent on on sidewalks sidewalks in in city city parks. parks. The problem has only gotten worse during the pandemic, despite billions of dollars being spent by big cities to move thousands of homeless people from group shelters to their own hotel rooms. It's a program started by President Trump run by FEMA and now being expanded by President Biden. Boxes, Dan Springer, says the city of

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RightPet International Survey: Dog Owners Are Happier With Big Dogs

Love, Death, and Money

02:02 min | 6 months ago

RightPet International Survey: Dog Owners Are Happier With Big Dogs

"From right pet Dog owners say they get more satisfaction owning large dogs than small dogs now. Yeah, now, they say, This is especially true for men and younger people. And the study was conducted online over an eight year period between 2010 and 2018. They serve a dog breed reviews from more than 12,000. That parents in more than 100 different countries. And so they also found some other things that both men and women are happier for the most part, owning large dogs than small dogs. Men and younger people are significantly though more satisfied with larger breeds older people around age 70 are equally satisfied. Doesn't matter to them. Any size dog doesn't matter. And dog owners with experience who have had both really large breed dogs. And both, you know, tiny your toy size dogs. They report that their greatest satisfaction was with the large dogs. So if you're like me, I'm thinking Why is this so I did. That's what I'm doing. I'm seeing that right now. Why is everybody happier with large dogs? Or why is the majority of people happier? The study found a direct correlation between dog size satisfaction and the fact that dog owners rate bigger dogs as more emotionally stable child safe. More trainable and less Barkey than smaller was Barkey. You'd argue that I'm gonna argue this lorry because I think people put far more effort into training a large dog because they're concerned, and I think they let little dogs get away with murder because they don't want to discipline them. So I think this is a human thing, And I think we have created better behave large dogs that we end up taking two more places that we take out on activities. Little dogs. We say, Oh, you know, he's just gonna stay home or he won't behave in the hotel or whatever. And I think that's part of that aside, which I would argue that I think that's an excellent point.

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Do COVID-19 vaccines prevent transmission of coronavirus

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Do COVID-19 vaccines prevent transmission of coronavirus

"Are effective at preventing covert 19 infections. But are they good at preventing the spread of the virus itself? The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has launched a study Determine exactly that. They've partnered with 21 universities across the country to enroll some 12,000 college students hope is to determine whether vaccinated people can unwittingly transmit the disease. Without becoming infected themselves. In a

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COVID-19 vaccine trial involving college students to focus on transmission

Lance McAlister

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine trial involving college students to focus on transmission

"The study on college students will look at whether the Madonna vaccine prevents asymptomatic transmission within the next five or so months. We'll be able to answer the very important question about whether vaccinated people get infected a symptomatically, and if they do do they transmit the infection to others? Dr. Anthony Fauci says the NIH will follow 12,000 students and 25,000 of their close contacts. Half the students will be vaccinated immediately, the other half

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New Study to Track Transmission Among Vaccinated College Students

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

New Study to Track Transmission Among Vaccinated College Students

"Scientists are zeroing in on whether fully vaccinated Americans could still get infected, and even though they have no symptoms, infect others, This is a question of extreme importance. This study will involve 12,000 college students who will swab their noses daily use an APP for taking questionnaires. But most importantly, they'll provide their close contacts. The degree of transmission from vaccinated individuals will be determined by the infection rate in the close contacts. We could no results in about five months. CBS is Candy McCormick efforts continue to free a

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12 more Dallas County deaths reported on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 death

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

12 more Dallas County deaths reported on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 death

"Year anniversary of Dallas County's first covert 19 death. And on this Saturday, health officials say 12 more residents have died. Health officials also reported 227 newly confirmed cases of the Corona virus vaccine operations for both 1st and 2nd doses of the Madonna vaccine Affair. Park will resume on Monday and tearing county public health reported 14 additional Cove in 19 deaths and 142 newly confirmed cases. Meanwhile, Dr Matt Richardson, the director of Denton County Public Health, spoke Saturday morning with news eight at the mass vaccination site at Texas Motor Speedway. It's really going well. We plan to do About 12,000 shots today and he says, Don't delay booking your appointment. Right now We're looking at a 1 to 2 week. Wait, and that weight is shortening every day. Steve coming W B A P. 24 7 NEWS The federal

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'Oh how a year can change things': Dallas' Love Field parking garage at capacity for first time in over a year as travel numbers rise

Ben Shapiro

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

'Oh how a year can change things': Dallas' Love Field parking garage at capacity for first time in over a year as travel numbers rise

"Garage be a Dallas love field was at capacity Monday. For the first time since March. 8 2020 Love Field says about 12,000 passengers came through each day since Friday, this man told W FAA. His flight was packed by flew in from Fort Larnell trying to get through. But you're also like I gotta wear mask and be safe. This woman from ST Louis time did on the increased and air travel. I guess that looks like it's hopeful. Just people going stir crazy. T s A says over a million people passed through security at least nine times this month amid a pandemic hive around 900,000 Kim Lampkin scale I F

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"12,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"12,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"12,000 shots have been administered in Illinois through this week daily this week, Governor Pritzker says the state is saying a lot of improvement in vaccine distribution date. Illinois has administered more than 3.6 million doses to our residents, including at least the first dose of vaccine to nearly one in five Illinois in little more than 10% of Illinois. INS are now fully vaccinated against Cove. It Some Chicago aldermen are proposing a guaranteed basic income for struggling families. WGN's David Jennings has that Northwest Side Oldham and Gilbert Vegas is pushing to give some of the federal relief funds coming into the city to low income residents. What he liked to do was offer 5000 families about 500 bucks a month for a year after that, he's hoping corporate and private donors will fund a much broader program. He's hoping to get City Council approval for his idea later this spring. David Jennings, WGN NEWS Chicago Aldermen are also considering the idea of providing reparations for descendants of slaves. The topic was discussed yesterday during the first meeting of a Special City Council subcommittee on reparations. The subcommittee will examine the state of equity in the city during the meeting, officials heard from experts on the issue. Including in Evanston, Alderman Evanston, has recently opted to use tax revenue from marijuana sales to set up housing reparations program there. The Cook County Medical Examiner's office has identified 50 year old Clarence Hendricks of all sip. As the victim in yesterday's fatal shooting at a restaurant in Berwyn. It's a hara via owns the restaurant. Next door's definitely unsettling an unnerving and he could have held us hostage never been up on would it could have had anything could have happened. And with my son being here, it would have been a very It's already being us. It's already a scary situation. The Jelly Jam restaurant and pancake House near Highland and Cermak just before noon. The search for a suspect is ongoing. And now we WGN sports. Here's David. Good morning shots on goal art everything. The Blackhawks reminded us of that last night with the round shot 15 to 4 in the first period. 7 to 4 in the second. And after those two periods, they had a four. Nothing lead on Dallas in route to afforded to win. Dominic Cooper leaks first period goal but the Hawks on the board than a three goal second, the Hawks complete the first half of their schedule with a wet Here's coach Jeremy Colin. In We're improving and we need Tonto. You two have a hunger to get better and realize that we we want to get to a higher level. We want to be able to go head to head with the top teams in our division and hopefully be able to compete in a playoff series Hearts Go out to Florida tomorrow. Lackluster Start to the second half of the Bulls Never quite got going. And 1 27 1 Oh, five, lost Philadelphia. And their first game back after the All Star break. They're right back out and tonight.

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Coronavirus declared global pandemic one year ago

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:13 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus declared global pandemic one year ago

"One year since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a global pandemic. More than 530,000 people have died in the US alone, more than any other country that includes more than 12,000 Hoosiers. About

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NH Motor Speedway Mass Vaccination Site Aims To Administer 12,000 J&J Shots Over 3 Days

WBZ Afternoon News

03:44 min | 6 months ago

NH Motor Speedway Mass Vaccination Site Aims To Administer 12,000 J&J Shots Over 3 Days

"New Hampshire's first Cove, It mass vaccination site opened yesterday at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. The site is a drive up location. 4000 residents were given a dose of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine. State officials say they want to give out 12,000 shots through Monday when the site closes. Governor Chris Sununu called the vaccinations an incredible

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"12,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"12,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"12,000. Like It's been a weird time for this format of radio talk radio. I mean, losing the king of talk radio things. We're not gonna be the same without rush. No. I mean I'm a fan. I think you're a fan Christian, And even if you're not a fan, you just got to take a look at what he did, and nobody's ever done it before tons of careers, right were launched off of essentially the platform that he created. And not just a great entertainer. But the way he formatted everything and just look at all the people that have had great careers based on what he did. It is just hard to imagine. I mean, the shoes can't be filled. Now. That's impossible. But I'm interested to see who they do put in those shoes, though, because You and I would not be doing this radio show with the success that we do if it were not for rush. I mean, it has actually so many people, absolutely over the years, you know, and you know you got to start in the Sacramento market, and that's over the years just turned into obviously. Nationwide and the biggest conservative talk radio show of all time. I mean, it's pretty amazing. So you know, he had several people that filled in for him over time. A lot of them were really, really great. So I imagine that it'll be one of them that that takes takes over. But it won't be the same Christian not even close. And I think whoever takes over will admit that I would want to take over. I can tell you that used to fill that can't be Even former President Trump called him a legend when remembering his friend recently on Fox News, and he talked about his decision to award rush the presidential Medal of Freedom during last year's state of the Union address. It was an idea that We had that a lot of people suggested to me, Frankly, a lot of great People of our country, largely Republicans. It was an amazing night because the Republicans went wild and the Democrats sat there, but they all respected rush. No rush was open about his battle of lung cancer. But he said in his final months that religion really helped him cope with the uncertainty. Yeah. Kristen. I literally had a meeting with a client today that they announced that Russia passed away. In this case. It was a phone call with Rose and her husband. And honestly, we we call the check in just to support for the phone call and and Rose had to had to compose herself. She said. Hey, could you just give me 10 minutes? She had heard the news there that day, and she was literally in tears. So you know, obviously knowing that she had been in tears. I didn't bring it up the whole lot in our meeting or our conversation. But just Sat there and had a very, very nice conversation. And I mean, look at that. I mean, just the impact just her hearing that he had passed and again. It's not like Rose didn't realize that he was sick. I already knew that, but just hearing the news had that impact on her. Yeah, I remember a lot of people father used to have in his office. Russia's right. And if my blood bleeds rush and things like that, I mean such an iconic on loan from God, That's right. Talent on loan from God, we could only be so lucky. I have the type of talent he does. But Mike, your talent has always been helping people with their financial life when they're near retirement or already there, and that involves the stock market and paying attention to Wall Street market mania. In full effect. And, according to Wall Street forecaster Jim Bianco, he tells CNBC, so the great thing about the media's You make a lot of money fast. The hard thing about the media's getting out with that money, fast money. Yeah, that's great, but he makes a good point. The most of us know how and when to get out, or is that really more of a Market nerd thing that you followed Walter Little bit market nerdy. There's a lot that goes into it. So first of all, there's there's a timing aspect. Nobody's gonna know exactly when to get in when to get out. If anybody tells you Christian, they can time the market You know they're full of it, right? That's all there is to it so we can't time markets. I don't profess to build time markets. Nobody should profess the time markets. But what we can do is be smarter about investing. And so we can take a look at Numbers. We can take a look at statistics and we can say Hey, listen, the probability of something doing well at a certain time is high, or the probability of something doing poorly at a certain time is low. Right now, If we took a look at markets would say they're over Bob minus all there is to it, But once markets are over, But does that mean they're going to crash or something? Not necessarily. Right now we have to take a look at Well, what's the alternative to investing in the stock market at this point time? Well, the alternatives aren't very good. Real estates overpriced bonds aren't a good option because of the Fed and interest rates. Interest rates are really really though fixed rate options aren't very good. So you take a look at all of those components and you say, Well, where is the best place to put money right now in the short term? I believe probably in the market, and but the problem is, we've been talking about that for a long time, Kristen and fortunately, we've been right over the time. We've been talking about it, but that just means we're looking at the numbers and we're looking at the statistics, and we're looking at the probabilities of what's likely to happen. That will change Christian are forecast will change even on this radio show. As we talk to people about what we think's going to happen, But it doesn't mean we know exactly what's going to happen. The other point or the other issue that people are dealing with when it comes to timing is taxes. So there are a lot of people here in 2020 worrying about taxes. Excuse me and 2021 person. It's already 2021. I know I did wrong. The other day, done it a couple times here. We are in 2021 worried about taxes next year because some of the things that president has been talking about and people are going well Do I sell in 2021 take advantage of tax rates now. Because I believe they're going to be higher in 2022. They probably will be. That's a conversation you should be having with your financial advisor. And if you don't have a financial adviser, have that question. Another issue is Is it in an IRA A. Or is it in an account like an individual account or a joint account or a trust account? Because if it's an IRA or four Oh one k..

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First Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccines Administered At Boston's Tufts Medical Center

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 7 months ago

First Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccines Administered At Boston's Tufts Medical Center

"There were some 12,000 new appointment for first Dose Coben vaccines put up in Massachusetts this morning. They all went quickly, and that's left many still trying to land themselves of vaccination appointments. States expecting just one shipment this month of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine most of the 58,000 doses going to hospitals and health systems like Tufts Medical Center, WBZ TV is on a Mylar was there is the facility administered its first dose this morning excitement and relief for Mary Chin as she becomes the first patient at Tufts Medical Center. To receive the Johnson and Johnson, Vaccine thing, CEO of the Asian American Civic Association is hoping her message is her. We believe that it is safe on, Please believe that anyone can come, please recognize that it is three toughs received 2000 doses of the J and J vaccine this week, just days after the FDA gave it emergency approval. Johnson and Johnson has been in the process of shipping out some four million doses. Now, with 20 million expected to be sent out. By the end of the

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NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 7 months ago

NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

"Good morning, Scientists from Planet Earth will land another mission on Mars today. NASA calls the rover perseverance. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka has been following this one. Good morning, Joe. Morning, Noel, Can we talk about the logistics of this? They have to get a hurtling projectile toe land safely on Mars. How is this done? Yeah. What's the big trick? It's going 12,000 MPH, and they have two landed it two MPH. No problem. Well, what happens is they're overs packed up into something called the Aero Shell, which hits the top of the atmosphere on Mars and Atmosphere slows the craft down and it's friction heats up. That's why there's a heat shield, but that does slow it down quite a bit. But then there's a giant. Parachute that slows it down further and then finally, there's something called the Sky Crane, which is a jet pack that flies over the landing site to the landing site, then lowers the rover down on a tether and then cuts the cord and flies away. But the interesting thing is, this is the same landing system that the last rover used called curiosity. But it's been made more up to date by the fact that it's got this smart landing system so that you can actually look for Ah, good place to land. If it doesn't like the first place it picks the confide to the next one. What is modern is all the computers and navigation systems are on this new rover. The design of the rocket engines on the sky Crane is actually 50 years old. Believe it or not, those engines all trace their way back to the Viking Landers. That's Joe Cassidy, He's executive director for space at Arrow Jet Rocket die in the company that makes the rocket engine. The Viking missions landed on Mars in the mid seventies, and Cassidy says the rocket designed depended on a special valve that made it possible to vary the Rockets thrust. Funny part is back in the seventies, We had a supplier that actually developed that forest with J. P L came back to us in the latter part of the first decade of the 21st century and said, We want you to do that again. That supplier was no longer in business. But luckily they were able to find an alternate supplier who would make the valve for them. Very luckily, what is perseverance looking for on Mars? Well, it's landing in a place called Jez zero Crater, which was they think a lake bed 3.5 or Lake 3.5 billion years ago, And the idea is there might might might have been microbes in the lake. So there'll be cameras on the rover that will study the appearance of rocks looking for things like stromatolites, which are structures left behind by mats of bacteria. They're also instruments on the rover that will measure the chemical and mineral composition of the rocks at the landing site, and Nina Lanza is a geologist at Los Alamos National Lab and the scientists on one of those instruments called super Camp. See, this is the kind of thing that a geologist needs right. We need both chemistry. What's in Iraq and mineralogy how it's arranged. So knowing those things tells a lot about the conditions under which the rock form then whether or not those conditions were conducive to life. I asked this excitedly. Could we be getting news soon, saying that there was life on Mars? Well, it's one of those news stories where people get very excited, but they will also say I'm from Missouri proof show me so that's actually the idea of this. They may see things that look like there might have been life there. But they say to confirm that they have to bring the rocks back to Earth. And in fact, that's what this mission is going to do. It's going to collect samples that a future mission will return to Earth. Okay. NPR Mars correspondent Joe Palka.

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"12,000" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"12,000" Discussed on Photography Daily

"A no fly zone. You just take off and go where you want. It was extremely liberal with professional haunts knew what they were doing or London they give you think at a twelve digit code if you don't have when they call you or they shoot you down. Or Berlin where the Senate actually wrote a piece of legislatures lettuce fly over the city at lower altitudes. Com Sydney's best example where when you're flying over the city, you are flying directly in the path of the runways coming off the airport. So we made friends with the air traffic control towers might pilot brought them brownies and she was friends with them. So they would divert a three eighties literally no way. Yes. Let us fly over Sydney for a few minutes here and there. So it can be super simple can be super complex. I've been trying to film Paris now for seven years, I've gotten permissions twice and both times they've been canceled for security reasons and I'm still working on it so you'd get to Paris now the helicopter. Not Today, morning of the morning I've it gets cancelled I'm well, why did you go into the into project hair and making these? To mend US pictures from from above it was an our magazine, Article on the psychology of coincidence and I remember talking photo editor and and sank. Can I read the Article? No typical floors I go very long article. Do you WanNa read it yes I do. So I read the piece the article and as I read through it I I remember reading about brain synapses and I take an cognitive science course in college where I studied throws on the cones and the is and how the brain works and communication went on to and snaps. In I pitched the idea to the magazine saying New York. City, looks like a motherboard and more fluid streets like in London etc. Look like a brain synapses and they actually didn't like the idea at all. The they turned me down and said, no, no, we don't want that. We want. You should have high noon above. Washington square shoot a guy in piano or something and I'm like, okay, I'll do it. If you let me shoot my night stuff and they literally said in after of some back and forth were actually begged off the project they said Okay Okay bill up shoot your stuff at night. We don't want to see it but give us a stuffy want noon you know of this park and that's how air was born over an initial rejection. Honestly the concept and It was the most amazing thing. I've seen in one of one of the few two or three months missing. They've ever seen in my in my life or career to go by the twelve thousand feet at night and see Manhattan in a way that few of us get to see even commercial airliners were four, five, six, seven, thousand feet about city. So we would see seven forty sevens under our feet in three eighty, it was wild, but the city and the world looked so different from up there and it was it's very special how you technically pulling these shots off them because I know you I think he moved to the you're using a particular Canon imaging system. Back, then no, it was it was just a at that time was a fun one D Mark Three s five, D Mark Three. I believe I with Gyros underneath all handhelds out of the side of the window or the door more recently it's a lot more complicated like shot over system in gambles doing longer exposures at night. What does this show Michelle Davis System on a a soldier? Yeah. So helicopter this huge on coming both from Jimmy. Kimble is it right? Yeah. Yeah. So it's just a stabilized kimball. So every if you're gonNA Magin helicopter has been described as one hundred, thousand pieces of mental trauma shake themselves from one another he's not the most stable platform notes. No let alone at night. This Jimbo is incredible and they have different brands but I, I love the shot over system and it stabilizes you can be on a thousand millimeter lens for miles away and it's perfectly stabilizing gyroscopes. So, that's what I use these days to do longer exposures at night of several seconds and get stuff at any of us have seen before because no one's been stupid enough to try that. You know the saying has always been. You know you WANNA be one five hundreds of above in a helicopter. So one thousand so one thousand, a is ideal. So I'm shooting several seconds and that's crazy with the shot over a hand held with Gyros were redoing one twentieth and the second, which is really crazy back. Then it shows us how important technology s what we do these days and on this gear I assume now, as you go round the world you using the same system. Now, this is the the shot of a system that you using if I can afford it absolutely it's an expensive proposition bet. Well three decades learning building honing your craft is that still the same fascination for everything? Do you still have that kid in a candy show approach to things that you have had when I actually got to shoot? Absolutely you know I think the biggest difference today is whether Emma director or commercial photographer I will spend ninety nine percent of my time on the phone doing treatments, briefs, budgets, conference calls client. Calls Travel, and I get to shoot such a small. That's that's why if you're journalist or assurance amateur, we all want to quote unquote ascend to these big positions of being a director or being Nash. Geographer or shooting commercial jobs for apple whatever whatever it may be take stock in your liberty and your ability to just go out and shoot, and you don't have a client to answer to you don't have a deadline to answer to you don't have a budget to answer to you don't have deliverables, shapes and forms and formats to answer to an actress to deal with and logistics, and all you get the idea that kid Kanye store feeling is the same. If not more vibrant today than it was when I was fifteen years old, it never goes away hopefully, and if it does, you probably should do something else. But it occupies you so much less of my year than the other stuff does that's just the nature of the job you know if you if you speak to the average director Spielberg, who is one of the most prolific directors, he's probably spent a few percentage points of his life actually filming versus the selling the editing you know the preparation and it's just a different job and that's true. I. Think every artists that I know we spent a lot of time preparing until you've grown up without i. think fantastic old school thinking of it's about the peaches is about his son is not necessarily about me. Were but but but at this point, well, what do you think you'll be you'll you'll legacy I my children are my legacy That's the most honest answer I have for you my work you know listen. I think I had some effect with my work I know that I I on on several news items where was Katrina or nine eleven I know that because I worked for various large publication that had an effect on people and politics in the way things changed I, know that? With. Things like reverie inspired a lot of people told me they change their careers and change their jobs because of that to be become a videographer. So that's a wonderful legacy for me to have effective people in a positive way. But I am looking to my next thing these days and just keep myself interested in hopefully sharing that passionate in some way or another a legacy is a very big word. You know what keeps me going as far as I'm concerned I've always been mostly a failure. Of Christ I don't believe that that much as forty five hundred have done stuff that perhaps mattered but I've never rested on my laurels since I was a kid and I believe in Kenya continuously volving but in the pushing the envelope but I think at the end of the day, what matters to me, the my most cherished photographs of my children and of being with my those memories and I think you need to never lose sight of that Tra of that fact that you know it's all too easy especially in these careers where you have to travel to get sucked into your career and every assignment. Owens's for some reason the once in a lifetime assignment as oh..

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"12,000" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"12,000" Discussed on Photography Daily

"Photography daily. Vinson. Laugh Array is back for his third and final power and he's in the air for a project that if you'll forgive the pun almost didn't get off the ground a tool is it? Okay okay. Bill shoot your stuff at night. We don't even want to see it but give us a stuffy wanted noon of this, and that's how air was born over an initial rejection pizza about how projects and a photo essay. If you will at twelve thousand feet, captivates him the city and the world look. So different from up there and it was it's very special and why do anything by the rule book when you can push the envelope created? Leon technically the the saying always been you know you WANNA be one five hundred and above in a helicopter. So one thousand, two, thousand seconds ideal. So I'm shooting several seconds and that's crazy. I'm Vincent about life. As a photographer juggling family duties with commissions. It's all too easy especially in these careers where you have to travel to get sucked into your career and every assignment. Oh is for some reason the once in a lifetime assignment, we revisit the idea of shooting yourself now, and then to keep your creativity fresh take stock in your liberty and your ability to just go out and shoot, and you don't have client to answer to today's. Show is Connie supported by image salon, dot com outsource post-production spend more time shooting with twenty five percents off your first order in twenty twenty. Now, I've been as you might imagine to a fair few photography galleries and shows though there's one particular. That's a vivid memory from the best part of two decades ago around the time that my own photography was moving from interest to vocation it was two thousand three and in the gardens of. Natural History Museum, a Free Exhibition was drawing crowds. It was unbelievably the museums first outdoor exhibition showing large format images may by photographer yawn artists per tram of stunning landscapes and landmarks across the world just made from charted light aircraft and helicopters selected from one hundred, thousand captured. During more than three thousand flying hours flying over one hundred countries. The natural world as usually seen by birds there were one hundred and fifty images in this exhibition and John Wall Map of the world. So you could chart your own course through it. I was absolutely astounded by the pictures of camel trains from above with long shadows plantations that formed intricate patterns, famous landmarks, color, and the texture of the world as I hadn't seen it before over ten million people saw the exhibition in cities the world over, and I remember buying the book that accompanied the event which has been updated various times since it was first printed nine, hundred and ninety nine, it's a book. The blesses the shelves of most photographers personal collections on willing to bet millions of cells have made. Young. Artists. Betrand recognized author and photographer environmentalist activists and director making films about the impacts we humans have on this planet. These pictures are made at a time before drones and modern stabilization platforms. He's fascination for work started when he took a hot air balloon flight with his wife in Nineteen, seventy, nine in two, thousand and five. He founded the international environmental organisation good planet and set up a program to offset his own greenhouse gas emissions generated by the aircraft flights he'd taken to make his pictures. Now, we fast forward to to a my guest vincent laugh arrays stunning work in project. A study of below from up above using technical methods, not previously available to help tell a story about cities with images that push technical boundaries. Vincent made attacks which actually which are linked to in the show notes on how the prajit literally grew wings. How his embrace making images from helicopters operating this ceiling limits using new tech that's allow for shooting in the dark from these inherently unstable platforms low shutter speeds not previously considered possible for this kind of work we'll get onto that tech during this third party my chat with Vincent. The Pulitzer Prize winner, further journalist film director, and now Ariel Storyteller. I was going to start by talking about the kind of flying machines that way more likely to utilize for our photography. The budget been somewhat Kinda than hiring twin turbine helicopters, thousands of dollars per mission the humble drunk. Your area work is something now, very much associated with with name and I guess like the early days of DSL, Arabian at large avenues of possibility Dr- drones, you work in helicopters, but just just A. Touch on joins quickly they become smaller in terms of rigs incredible resolution even the small census with his bringing the Konta shoots that you you show make then needs much larger team doesn't it? It's actually not really an. Interesting, and a drone it's you as the pilot and someone else as the operator right or in my case, I'm usually the operator with a pilot even though I am a drone pilot officially with the FAA and actually a fixed wing pilot as well. that being said, it's two people whereas an helicopter it's also to people with a technician on the ground. It's the pilot and then in the back operating, and then there might be a technician there with me are usually a stay on the ground. So it's not that different. Yet surely different manifestation of what the tools can and cannot do you. WanNa fly full-size helicopter five feet from someone's face or ten feet off the ground. It's just very dangerous. For obvious reasons a drone is perfect doing that it's perfect for doing things where if you mess up, you know if there's no one around the worst thing, you can do damage the camera or the drone. So are you using drones and fewer goes? I do use it but I- purely forget for business purposes. It doesn't help me to be drone cinematographer or photographer because everyone every person their mother has a drone it's an extremely saturated market. So it's very hard as a self as drone. Filmmaker res- If. You have a full size helicopter or the shot over on it. That's a bit higher, ever an obstacle for people to to breach. So it's easier to differentiate yourself, and that's that's part of the reason you know that I do a lot of high altitude stuff is because you know drones, GonNa win legally in the US at least go four hundred feet above the ground. Whereas helicopters and shooting at twelve, thirteen, fourteen thousand feet sometimes. Very. Long Lenses that are Zoom Lenses Food Yunan zooms like twenty five millimeter to three hundred millimeter two, point nine, you know amazing lands are in eighteen five t to F- to and just a different approach different speed different way of moving space in projects you pretty much travel the globe and closer to my home in London. There are some stunning shorts and I've seen London from above. And Berisha's now wondering if that that was what what did you use use the term It's like looking down on brain sign up, sees some of these these street views forty million people have seen this project but I I remember particularly in my days of aviation you you've mentioned your aviator I, I remember the challenging set of calls between airport approach controllers and Halley lanes and police controllers, and how you know get, what are the logistical issues you you've had been flying around the world. Doing this project they're either extremely simple is in New York City, you just take off and you talk to the air traffic control towers says at least before trump living in New York city of having a, it was having.

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"12,000" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"12,000" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on five minute news. Trump says he never confronted Putin about Russia bounty? US to withdraw twelve thousand troops from Germany. And drones deliver Kovic nineteen tests to gonNA. It's Thursday July thirteen. I'm Anthony Davis. Donald. Trump, said he never questioned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about the US intelligence reports that Moscow pay the Taliban to kill American troops in Afghanistan casting doubt on the reports in an interview with axios. Trump who has sought to cultivate warm relations with Moscow has said he was not briefed on the matter before it emerged in news media in late June is called the reports a hoax. Democrats in Congress have accused trump of not taking intelligence information concerning soldier's death. Seriously enough trump has been dogged by criticism that he has been too friendly towards Moscow. Since taking office National Security Adviser Robot O'Brien has said trump. Trump was not verbally briefed on the Russian bounty intelligence because he c I a briefer concluded, the reports were uncorroborated. White House. Officials have not denied. The information was included in the President's daily brief that it is reported. Trump rarely reads some news outlets reported. The was included in the brief in February. It never reached my desk said the president. You know why they didn't think it was real trump said I. I wouldn't mind it reached my desk. I would have done something about it. Trump has spoken to Putin at least eight times since the intelligence was first included in his briefing, senator. Angus King, an independent who sits on the intelligence committee said, he found trump's comments. Astonishing King said, he was confident. The bounty reports were not fake news I don't know what could be more important than the Russians providing incentives to. To take the lives. Of Americans, he said I don't have any explanation except that it's part of a pattern. That is no surprise to anybody that the president has been very reluctant to cross President Putin The New York Times first reported in June that US intelligence had concluded that a Russian military intelligence unit had offered the Taliban payments of up to a hundred thousand dollars for each US or allied soldier. Kim. America will bring around six, thousand, four, hundred forces home and shift about five, thousand, six, hundred to other countries in. Europe. US Defense leaders said on Wednesday, detailing a Pentagon plan that will cost billions of dollars and take years to complete the decision fulfills trump's announced desire to withdraw troops from Germany. A number of forces will go to Italy and a major move would shift U S European. Command headquarters and Special Operations Command Europe from stood got Germany to Belgium. The future of the plan is uncertain at best since it relies on support and funding from Congress and a number of members have voiced. there. It may not survive at all. If trump isn't reelected, lawmakers have condemned. The troop cuts as a gift to Russia fueled by trump's spite at Germany. But Defense, Secretary Mark, Aspe- defended the plan saying that while the decision was accelerated by trump's orders, the moves also promote launch a strategic goals to deter Russia reassure European allies and shift forces further east into the Black Sea and Baltic regions. Trump has repeatedly accused Germany of failing to pay bills, which is a misstatement of the issue. NATO nations have pledged to dedicate two percent of their gross domestic product to defense spending by twenty, twenty, four and Germany is still short of that goal at about one point, four, percent twenty, two Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee sent a letter to trump saying a reduced US commitment to Europe's defense would encourage Russian aggression and Senator Mitt. Romney of Utah on Wednesday called the plan a grave era saying it's a slap in Germany's face that will do lasting harm to American interests. With the outbreak of Covid nineteen many countries in Africa are struggling due to poor infrastructure limited access to clean water alarming rates of poverty and a lack of healthcare facilities and sanitation estimates determined that twenty one point, four percent of the people in Garner live in poverty. However, one company is making a positive impact on the health crisis. zip-line is a Silicon Valley startup that uses drones to deliver essential healthcare equipment. zip-line delivers covid nineteen tests in less than thirty minutes, and it's the first initiative in the world to combine drone technology with medicine to stop the spread of covid nineteen. The whole country of South Sudan only has four ventilators and three thousand critical care beds in Nigeria. There are less than twenty nine sites that test for covid nineteen despite having a population of one, hundred, ninety, five, million. Million zip-line is a healthcare logistics and medical delivery company. It's drones collect the test samples and fly to their distribution centers located all across Garner, and then zip-line packs the receive samples into bio safe containers and places them into the drone bellies data from a John, Hopkins study showed that the spread of covid nineteen across African countries is much slower in comparison to other regions of the world. The African continent has. Of one point, two, billion people. But only has three hundred thousand confirmed covid nineteen cases in comparison to North America, which recently crossed the ten million mark. You can subscribe to five minute news on Youtube with preferred podcast APP. Ask Your Smart Speaker or enable five minute news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skin. Visit US online at five minute, dot needs. Five. Minute news is an independent production covering politics, inequality health, and climate delivering, unbiased, verified, and truthful World News daily..

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"12,000" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"12,000" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"It comes to that discussion here as it relates to the pandemic seems to be switching over or migrating revolving over to when the US economy can open up. How should we open up? And a lot of that is predicated upon the virus itself and in his second wave and so on and so forth and those are relying upon a lot of models from healthcare from scientists real sense though is a lot of uncertainty Barry Ritholtz Bloomberg opinion columnists and host of masters in business on Bloomberg Radio is also the chairman and chief investment officer Ritholtz Wealth Management. He joins us on the phone here. Barry so barry thanks for joining us but as we think about this reopening. We're really kind of flying blind army because we've never experienced this before to say the very least. The closest thing we had was the pandemic Just about a century ago the so-called Spanish flu and the technology the medical technology that existed then was so different than today. They had a lock down and and you could see in the history books cities and states that followed the lockdown Suffered a much less substantial second wave and so we're GONNA run Another a rerun experiment. That was done a century ago to see which states Really get hit by a second wave which states flattening curve and which don't it it. It's unfortunately going to be a experiment with real life consequences. Berry you recently. Wrote a column about how models can never get things quite right. I talk to economists. We've spoken with a number of thinkers and investors who basically say we're flying blind. We don't know what to expect and yet by X. Y. Z. How can people investing with any conviction right now? Based on the level of unknowable is right now out there so that's a deeply philosophical question and I'll train you can count on me all right. I'll let me let me walkout on you a bit. So we use models constantly use models all the time and the underlying premise of all these mathematical depictions of the world are simply that hey. The future is likely to look very similar to the past. And as long as there aren't any radical changes going forward. We can rely on our models some models and I use the example of net flicks. Hey when when net flicks uses its model to say based on your viewing habits against the rest of our hundred sixty seven million subscribers like we're going to predict you're gonNA like this if that model goes wrong. Well who cares? You wasted ninety minutes but in other circumstances when things that have never happened before happened. The models just effectively lose their mind and you end up with things like negative oil prices or hey tomorrow is the B. L. S. Employment Situation Report. There has never been a period in history where thirty million people filed first time unemployment claims in a month so whatever comes out of that beal s model. I suspect is going to be not xactly precisely depicting reality because that's the sort of input that breaks models all right so bury the models okay. Limited applicability here in this these unprecedented times so our investors just simply supposed to just kind of look past this quarter's earnings look past the second quarter. Gdp number look past the unemployment data and just kind of focus on twenty twenty one and put Multiple Matt. Twenty twenty one twenty twenty two twenty twenty three There are lots of variables the biggest being. How soon do we have a treatment and beyond that? How soon do we have a vaccine? If you live with a high risk person older person someone with Immunosuppression or any other mobility's And there's a treatment that comes out and we're starting to see lots and lots of promising research. Well as soon as that comes out. This is pretty much behind us or or the process of putting this behind this really ramps. really ramps up and there was just a piece in the Washington Post. Yesterday about the antibodies found in Lama. Blood seem to be smaller than human antibodies and effectively stopping the virus. So who knows what what will finally be the magic bullet. Once that happens we could start looking at twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two and philosophically to to go back to Lisa's question. The uncertainty issue is is always a misnomer because the future is uncertain and during normal times. We do a nice job of lying to ourselves that we think we have some visibility. We think we know what the future holds. Go back and look at any of the corporate gyns any year over the past one hundred. They are always wrong. They are always incrementally readjusting as they get closer and closer to that date. It just went up period like this happens. We find it harder to lie to ourselves and we have to admit we have no idea what the future looks like. All right. Bury Barry Ritholtz founder of ritholtz wealth management. We've moved from the philosophical. Let's go to the practical and we see right now is clearly profound shift or perhaps an acceleration and the trend away from old business. The old economy. It's the New Economy. Which is much more reliant online activity. I'm just wondering how you're advising your clients to invest around that given the fact that that's being priced in in spades right now so we don't think that these sort of external events should cause people to fully Re-jigger their folio. You should have a financial plan. It should assume a certain amount of risk in a certain target. And you WanNa stay with that If you look at the changes in valuation between the US and and oversees all right. I I if you've been very over exposed to overseas and you WANNA throw it all that back you can do that if you have been under exposed to the growth's after technology you can make a change in that direction. I don't see any sort of inflation on the horizon but a number of people have been making that claim and just as a little bit of an insurance policy if you WANNA buy The Treasury inflation protected securities. The tips bonds That that certainly could make sense to a portfolio. I think we're more likely to see deflation than inflation. But Hey you know you don't complain every year when you house doesn't burn down and you already paid for fire insurance so those are the sort of things a little trimming you could do around your portfolio but think back to events like September eleventh or the eighty seven crash. Those aren't the sort of things that weren't a wholesale Redo of a portfolio. They should just make you think. Hey My properly positioned for when we get past this extra analogy and a lot of people are discovering that they weren't properly position heading into it and this is good a time as any to readjust. Barry thanks so much for joining us as always Barry Ritholtz Bloomberg opinion columnists and host of masters in business.

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Same day after the election eleven nine two thousand sixteen fbi attorney to i am gnome i've been there if attorney to later same day i am so stressed about what i could have done differently moved to wisconsin day after the election fbi attorney too i just can't imagine the systematic disassembly of the progress we have made over the last eight years if ford will care act is gone who knows if the rhetoric about deporting people walls and crap is true honestly feel like there's going to be a lot more gun issues too right right there are gonna be gun issues that was true most of what they were saying was accurate also notice the emphasis that kennedy put on we and i think he was implying that the f b i agents by we meant think about the progress of the obama administration that's being disassembled but i heard it is america think of the progress this country that we are sworn to protect has made none of that was wrong what was wrong was that these agents were so careless that we now know about it so that calls into question their skills as intelligence agents but nothing i heard in there makes me despair of the values of the fbi all right one more clip i've played this before we have to make this a mean three three sixteen lisa page also did you hear trump made a comment about the size of these i'm not gonna use the word ranks wang doodle roswell wang doodle well that is troubling that the man who would be president goes about bragging about the size of his dang poodle let us have six hours more of congressional testimony on that and that's it for today's show pure vietnamese daniel schrader produce the gist six twenty nine five fifteen can you believe mike sent me a screen shot of a link rather than just the link six twenty nine five seventeen i know he's like a grandpa saying www out loud when he talks about the internet's steve look ties executive producer of slate podcasts if anyone can subpoena phone call him the gist from sars sir seemed to be suffering from a cardiac perk shen i'm sorry farc shen oh no that's an infarction and this has been another amusing scene in medical misdiagnosis malapropism who des peru peru and thanks for listening

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"<music> and now the spiel props you saw the congressional showdown between rod rosenstein of the justice department and representative jim jordan of ohio jordan has an aggressive though not always adept way of peppering people testifying before his committee you know he was a champion wrestler in high school his record was one hundred fifty and one so we know that yesterday he had at least one example to draw upon that one loss because he got a little bit owned by rod rosenstein appreciate your saying isn't personal sometimes it feels that way how do i know sir i mean you interviewed mr struck i didn't so i can't for you then work for us one hundred fifteen thousand people who worked for me sir mr rosenstein did you threaten staffers on the house intelligence committee media reports indicate you did me the reports are mistaken sometimes but this is what they said having the nation's number one law enforcement officer threatened to subpoena your calls and emails is downright chilling did you threaten to subpoena their calls and emails no sir and there's no way to subpoena phone calls well i mean i'm just saying i'm reading what the press said i'm reading suggests that you not rely on what the precedents reversal and take down three points jewish fella from maryland i've seen jordan do his stick before makes a long statement lots of innuendo phrase like seems to me how is it then how can it be sir and no real good question no answerable question at the end yes or no question that makes the answer or have to kind of buy into his questionable premise jordan doesn't wear a suit jacket he just wears his buttondown shirt and he favours yellow ties and he was wearing one yesterday and he clearly relishes the theater of the moment you know he's a he's a one on one grappler that's who he is but you rosenstein this was no game rosenstein was sharper he was better and as we heard he made a fool of the ohio congressman you could call it two different versions of alpha males having a showdown though this moment from earlier in the hearings gave me another of how to think about this teteatete sheila jacksonlee was questioning the fbi's christopher wreck that a chance to review the inspector general's report a have and saw the fractions that were cited to the fbi i'm sorry the fractions infractions support all the infractions yes yes and by fractions i of course meant infractions i do that a lot woop see you know fractions as in the appendage measuring contest between jordan and rosenstein jordan tried to be too cute by half and wound up being about twothirds too short but you know what the premise of this hearing was right it was that inspector general report which cleared the fbi of bias in its clinton investigation but did reveal embarrassing conversations between two career fbi agents peter struck and lisa page and they were having an affair at you not want to exonerate them from sloppiness they're both g men newer g man and g woman and it gives them an f for maybe a d minus as they engage in you know government pillow talk via government issued texts and emails dumb and it does open the door to questions of bias but i have to say when you hear and i don't know how much you've heard of the exact exchange is it concerning did it concern you or did you have that odd feeling that i had which is i actually wound up feeling a little bit better about the top domestic agency charged with my protection in a different hearing this was last week senator john kennedy from the we began reading those exchanges in a in a mocking tone tell me if you react at all like i did to twelve two thousand sixteen lisa page i'm no prude but i'm really appalled by there so you don't go looking in case you haven't heard trump called him the p word the man has no dignity or class he's simply cannot be president well that is in fact an accurate read of the man it does not take top profiler to come up with that but i'm glad the fbi sees things so clearly and how about this to twelve sixteen peter struck oh trump's abysmal i keep hoping this raid land and people will just dumping the problem the end is rubio will likely lose to cruise maybe three three sixteen lisa page god trump is most from human cosign three three sixteen peter struck oh my god trump is an idiot

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Than ninety percent of those children provided the answer that aligned with their natal sex so these kids are not trans kids they just gender non conforming kids who you know were incorporated into the study and their answers knowledge i know that because he acknowledges that he writes that that could be a big problem with the study they invited to many people in and said they d transition yes when they were never yeah and you know those are the those are the strongest predictors for persistence versus assistance girls who said they were girls by and large continued to present girls and identifies girls which is you know not shocking but because they were lumped in with those trance kids and because around forty percent of those kids didn't have didn't meet the diagnostic criteria for generous for it to begin with criteria that have improved since the reality is that we just don't have a good estimate and it's disingenuous to pretend otherwise if it weren't done by jesse single if it were done by i don't know somebody's trans or sis gender is there a version of this article that you think should exist as an atlantic cover piece or the equivalent and you know does grapple with the issue but puts it in you know a better context or if you're grappling with this issue on the cover you're doing it wrong i think if it were done very carefully and respectfully and accurately and gave proportionate weight and urgency to each of the issues at play then i might be interested in seeing the story but i figure saying that the proportional article would be something like d transitioning a tiny thing that rarely happens and isn't really the most important part of the other thing is that the detroit is he talks about are very tiny percentage of the d transitions that exist as well you know we're not talking about the d transitions who do so out of fear or shame and eventually re transition we're not talking about the way that this for ya is medical is in the first place and how discomfort with your body can be misread in that way which i think would make a really interesting article because that gets at a problem that is shared between people who are mistakenly identified as trans and trans people who might be kept out of access to medical care so there are a lot of really interesting nebulous thorny stories to be told about the trans experience and gender non conforming kids and i just don't think this was one of them and i wished that someone else had been given that opportunity in those resources to to tell some of those other stories alex barish is a journalist covering science culture lgbtq issues you could read his writing in slate and from what i'm told i soon in the washington post thank you thank you.

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Were published by jesuit bill he speculates about transneft as a more acceptable alternative to gayness which simply isn't true he says there are definitely stories where it appears christian moms it's always chris it's always moms who are assigned the task of working out a kids gender it seems appear to react excitedly to the idea that their kid isn't really gay but trans it's a hard thing to prove of course but anecdotes i've heard examples particularly when it comes to a fem boys okay so you're worried that that exchange on the message board reveals that he thinks he might think right now america is more pro trans than pro gay or he might think that trans is trendy i think he does have concerns about that he also dismisses third genders and other cultures as kind of a dumping ground for gender non conforming men as opposed to a discrete identity unto themselves with rich histories you know he talks about how he thinks that trans people are well suited to talk about say the humiliation of the bathroom bills but he doesn't think trans people are more qualified to write about the tricky science stuff going on here than i am i think that if there were a trans writer and maybe it's you who is really well read in on this and the atlantic knew about that person you definitely want to read that only because the person was an expert i think he just saying expertise is expertise you might disagree with his expertise but what did the identity give you in terms of actually waiting through the science well that's the thing i don't think that he has much in the way of expertise and i think that the suggestion okay so that's an expert problem not an identity but it's also insulting to people like julius arana who has literal phd in biology in seventeen years of postdoctoral experience and evan from slate whose coverage of trans issues is incredibly measured in rigorous and the last thing is there there was a lot of play made by jez abell to the fact that he admits that he goofed on interpreting a famous study about de transitioning but tell me if i'm wrong i i really mean this the way he goofed was true the side that would be more favorable to transact vists right he goofed by saying there's a study that shows a lot of people d transition but take that with a big grain of salt and a lot of transact vists said the same thing take that with a big grain of salt but then he went back into the study and said actually not that big a grain of salt as i thought a little grain of salt is that it was that the nature of his goof so that is the nature of one of his mistakes with respect to this another study well the dutch study the yes this article links i think three times to him saying he goofed and i think very much gives the misimpression that he goofed in a way that he was making up statistics that were harmful to the trans community right but single still hasn't acknowledged those salient disagreements with his interpretation he basically in my experience only flags up the areas that continue to firm his own expectations which i find quite interesting so so he makes a big thing i was wrong turns out that it turns out i was more right so as i said before the myth isn't that assistance exists it's but it occurs as highly as he purports that it does in that new york magazine piece and elsewhere so looking at a handful of the studies that have given us this eighty percent figure including that study when directly asked are you a boy or girl more.

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"It's much better for a person to be sis than trans if it's at all possible even if the probability is that they will turn out to be the assumption i if the assumption were trans is absolutely just as good as sis there would your weight and sit right and also the wait and see is exactly the kind of onesizefitsall approach that he's purporting to be against because he's assuming that four old kids the best possible way to handle this is to take x amount of time and see whether they outgrow it and then do whatever i don't think that you know d transitions should be pitted against trans people in any way and i'm not suggesting that telling those stories or acknowledging uncertainties is inherently transphobic or programmatic but i do think that this story has been told over and over and over in different publications e transitioning yes and this year this specific home away come away thinking that that is a is big problem or as big a phenomenon as the opposite which is the roadblocks that trans people actually have yes i do think that that's a legitimate risk of this piece because he spends a disproportionate amount of time and grants disproportionate urgency to the problem of de transitioning i think a case can be made that we have to say well what is the canvas that he's writing on he writes these stories that raise interesting and i think very valid issues about where the line is and what is the best thing to do for the children you know against the backdrop of not at all being anti trans but wanting to have your kid choose the best identity for your kid and your kids life yeah i mean my problem is that this is sort of written with the assumption that they're on overwhelming forces preventing people from seeking this carrots it's sort of whipping up concerns mostly through anecdotes about people being rushed into decisions that they are too young to make and the tagline of the article on the cover of this july august issue is your child says she's trans she wants hormones and surgery she's thirteen and so that's scary not immediately generates a concern the clock is and it's it's it's not really there you know for prepubescent children the only thing that's going to happen is social transition if that if they are diagnosed with gender dis fauria than it might be recommended that they you know are allowed to dress in the way they prefer or pick a name that they prefer or use pronouns that are different from the ones that they have and see if that feels right to them and so what does the read the cover line again and tell me what the rational reasonable answer to that question is if it's a question your child says she's trends she wants hormones and surgery she's thirteen hey alex your child says she's trans she wants hormones in and surgery she's thirteen what what's the best advice there go to gender clinician and if this child has expressed consistent insistent persistent identification with a different gender than you can go from there she might be put on hormone blockers that you have time to think about this and that's not controversial no she wouldn't disagree with that though yeah i mean i think another another thing is that there is this sort of extra textual stuff about single and his treatment of the trans community and his views about the trans community and also the people who are responding to what he's saying so but my soul is for journalism and this is really solid journalism and you know if you're interested in the subject i think it's a fine treatment of the subject perhaps we could argue if the subject deserves treatment but you know i think i think that define argument have but i think it does well do we want to talk about his emails on that list serve yeah okay because i found those somewhat revealing in terms of the the biases that he's coming jazz abell published there is a chat group that he's part of an it's like a left lefty journalists chat group yeah and his twitter i think is back on twitter it's all about you know trump and immigration and just like trump so it's just a regular liberal guy yeah yeah but in this series of emails that.

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"As a society where accepting hopefully one day we'll even be celebrating the realization that there are many people whose gender identities are not the ones that are assigned to them at birth and here's my totally noncontroversial stance on the issue we want as many happy people living happy lives in whatever way makes them happy as there could be in the world as parents let's say you have a child and they're in that group of non gender conforming you might wonder what to do so certainly i hope listen to the child support the child you might take your child to a psychiatrist and the psychiatrist you would expect would be able to either them refer to someone who will help with the journey it's all interesting i think and i know that science writer jesse single thinks that it's interesting the standards of what to do with children in this situation or pretty unclear but there's a growing at least consensus or practicality of what to do with the many many more children who are showing up and saying hey i don't think of myself as a girl or a boy the standards of care are changing so single is a writer who wrote the cover story in the atlantic and what it was about is determining if a child is experiencing just four ya which is the term for what i've been talking about if they're feeling that the gender assigned to them at birth isn't right then what are the steps who to talk to what is the top thinking in the field saying now in terms of hormone blockers a medical interventions so i read jesse singles twelve thousand word piece in the atlantic i was interested i got admit at times i was uninterested like i said it was twelve thousand words and there were a lot of caveats and cautions and to be fares and the research is in totally complete or even close to complete yet and i knew that it was a fraud subject indeed after came out the reaction showed how fraud it was the trans community or vocal components thereof hated the article toward a part but i read their complaints and i couldn't help but still thinking that we had a situation where there was an activist community with good intentions assailing up pretty solid piece of journalism to the most high profile criticisms were in slate there was the co cliff who writes a column for us she tweeted disparagingly about jesse single she said he's obsessed with trans women and she called him creepy and then she left twitter but more more useful than that is alex barisha's piece he wrote in slate in a piece called sacred bodies a critique of this piece and it was i think the best critique because it says something's i disagree with but it doesn't make any factual misstatements so i wanted to talk to alex about this hello alex thanks for coming into the lion's den here thank you thank you for having me what facts to jesse single get wrong so singles mistake isn't to acknowledge that there are quote unquote two sides to this issue it's treating them as though they're equally coleman or equally validated culturally and medically.

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"We should not need five grieving families in a community torn apart to know that it's wrong and say so maybe there are some people who can imagine across america who brushoff trump's words as just words oh yeah it goes after the media all all presidents do that and maybe we imagined if these people so aw these five funerals over the course of the next week they'd rethink how casually they took his words and maybe if we imagine that these people exist we could also imagine a situation where this shooter or another is undeniably inspired by trump's media baiting and if we had that set of circumstances i guess we could say well then some people would change their minds i guess then trump would be exposed to the people he's not already exposed to but we shouldn't need that set of circumstances we shouldn't need it our fellow citizens who still give trump an approval when gala basques they shouldn't need it either and i also have this sense that in our tribal america of today that it wouldn't even change the minds of these imagined people who slough off cries of fake news and the news being enemy of the people i just know that tucker carlson and his ilk would be able to gin up weeks of coverage and give the uncaring people right now a permission structure to still not care about what the president says about the media so today there are five dead newspaper employee's a madman killed them wouldn't have killed them without a gun i say that certainly wouldn't have killed them without all his rage and there's another truth which is that the president's denigration of the free press has dire an awful consequences in the truth of that statement and the tragedy in maryland or immutable whether or not they are related on the show today oh don't worry it gets a lot more fun from this point on in the bill will take you inside congressional testimony of the lisa page peter struck affair literally unfair but first trans activists came down hard on a writer of an atlantic cover story who was dealing with the issue of what to do what psychiatrists and psychologists should do with adolescence who feel gender just for you i talked to i think the fares minded among those critics as we try to sort out was this journalism was this anti journalism activism or was it something in between.

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"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"12,000" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"The following content is explicit it's friday june twenty nine twenty eighteen from slate it's the gist i might pass so what we saw in annapolis maryland is just obviously terrible it's awful but i have said off and on this show not to look at the motivation of the shooter has the thing to blame in such a tragedy it is not the strains in culture that prompted shooting and right now could change depending on your information it does not seem that donald trump's statements during the campaign and afterwards against the media prompted this shooter the shooter had deep animus toward the paper before trump ever came on the scene the shooter was angry the shooter was bitter and yes he was a trump supporter but most of the angry bitter people are though not all of them look at the steve scalise shooter if anyone were however to check challenge the idea of not blaming the ideology you know my general mantra on this don't blame the ideology that's in the ether blamed the person who's twisting that ideology and grabbing a gun but if there was any figure that complicates my philosophy it would be the president because of the stature of the office and of course because of this particular presidents domination of the discourse as it were why did the shooter shoot well because of those things that shoot because of guns it's the biggest thing they're very angry people in japan there are no shootings they're they're angry people in england there are very few shootings they're they're stabbings in england shootings with an antigun in assassination with an antigun a single shot but no mass slaughters they're angry australians australians took away their guns pretty much eliminated mass slaughter so it is guns first and foremost it is the derangement and the anger of india vigils so by derangement i don't just mean insanity and i'm certainly not getting into a fit sanity or legal insanity in the clinical sense or the legal sense but it's anger it's this deep anger all around us that foments and metastasized is this is this is a characteristic of our modern age again there are a lot of angry celebrate men the fact that they kill people has a lot to do with guns has a lot to do with the horrible virulent nuttiness of the incell movement but to be fair about it there have been black men who are adherents of the black lives matter movement who have killed cops there are people who are antiabortion nuts who have shot up abortion places but there was also as i mentioned a bernie sanders supporter who took his let us say passion way too far so if you want to say without donald trump excoriating the media maybe we wouldn't have this shooting i don't know it's true but if you were to say that i think to be logically consistent you'd have to say if it weren't for the black lives matter movement there might be a couple more living cops in dallas and new york city but i don't look at it like that i don't think we should look at it or judge it like that i do think we should judge an ideology but i don't look at it like that i don't think that we should judge the merits or horrible ness of an ideology based on the worst people who claim to be it here of that ideology and to some extent the bernie sanders shooter certainly twisted that ideology quite a lot the antiabortion shooter in colorado i mean if you read some of their statements online he didn't really go much further than what they advocate right there in black and white i'm certainly arguing that we do need to use critical judgment when evaluating on ideology and don't think it's proper to subcontract that judgment out to who's the worst person ever to act in the worst way who claims to be a follower of that ideology and when it comes to president trump and his attacks on the media is it even an ideology if it's an ideology it's just maybe authoritarianism but it is as far as it goes an idea and donald trump's demonization of journalists is wrong it is a morally reprehensible stance for anyone let alone the leader of the country that led the way to guaranteeing freedom of the press to take it is absolutely wrong no matter who does what upon hearing his quote unquote ideas and we do not need a body counter literal smoking gun to call it wrong and.

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