35 Burst results for "15 Months"

Chris Buskirk on the Potential Midterm Mantra of the Left

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Chris Buskirk on the Potential Midterm Mantra of the Left

"It seems like we're stuck in some kind of chronic history. The LP is stuck in a groove and it's back to the Democrats. It's more abortions, less guns. I think we've heard this before, haven't we, Chris? We've heard it over and over and over again. I'm waiting for the mostly peaceful protest to break out again this summer because the playbook is always the same. It always is. So do you think this will be, I know 5 months is a lifetime in politics, but do you really think that this will be the mantra, this will be the platform for the Democrats because it's hard to think of what they can point at in the last 15 months that is something to be proud of. Joe Biden sent out a tweet or somebody sent it out in his name. It was his official Twitter account this morning and he was talking about how bad the economy was when he took over as president and January of 2021 and because of him, his team and his policies that we now have the most in quotes robust recovery ever in American history never mind the almost 10% inflation, 6, $7 gas and a lot of parts of the country, people not being able to get jobs, supply chain, breakages, not even shortages, supply chain breakages all over the place. And this guy's on Twitter, literally this morning. Talking about how great it

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"15 months" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"15 months" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of the gallon of regular gasoline in San Diego county rising 2.7 cents today that's a record Now $6 5 cents a woman sentenced 15 months in prison for attacking a flight attendant on a San Diego bound plane 29 year old viviana quinones of Sacramento pleading guilty in federal court to striking a Southwest Airlines flight attendant happened in May of last year on a flight from Sacramento to San Diego State to have a show is the number of people hospitalized with coronavirus in San Diego county increasing by 6 to 17 a number of those patients in intensive care increasing by one Co goes updated San Diego weather lots of clouds out there today 60s from the coast to the inland valleys That's all you get little warmer tomorrow right now downtown 80 is 63° I'm Phil ferrar stay connected stay informed On San Diego's pranking news station news radio 600 kogo Koko real-time traffic sponsored by mattress firm very sold from San Clemente into oceanside on that top 5 It's bumper to bumper it's one hour and 42 minutes Saw 15 at mission road accident on the off ramp not much to tail on that one sci-fi past Birmingham watch for a kayak In the middle lanes this could be a traffic break here some 15 by Gopher canyon a suitcase and lanes CHP may be stopping traffic now brought 15.

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Nilsa Alvarez on the Horrifying Impact of Illegal Immigration

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 3 months ago

Nilsa Alvarez on the Horrifying Impact of Illegal Immigration

"Let's bite on the really big issue that I think may be one of the catalysts for people waking up and that's the border and that's illegal immigration. So the point I make as an immigrant illegal immigrant to the United States with regards to the 2 million illegal immigrants who've been led into the country in the last 15 months is the following. It doesn't matter whether it's 2 million or 20 million. At the end of the day, it's not going to really affect me in terms of my income. As a radio show host, I'm okay as a TV host, I'm okay. But it's the other legal immigrant who came in and has just started on the ladder of earning income legally whose most going to be hurt. It's the poorest legal immigrants from wherever they came from, black brown or what have you. Why? Because income somebody who says, oh really, that bus boy gets $15 an hour, I'll do it for 5 cash onto the table. So does the Hispanic community, is that a factor in their relationship to this issue of open borders that they understand the damage it does for the legal immigrant who's at the bottom of the earnings ladder? Well, there's just so many different factors that come in that weigh in on the immigration crisis and the way that the Hispanic community perceives it. So think about this. Those who reside on border towns, especially the Hispanics. Let's talk about the Hispanics, right? That reside on border towns and their legal legal Hispanic Americans. Their experience with what's happening at the border is even worse than anything that has to do with what you're saying about affecting income. There's actually worse things that are happening. For example, those in McAllen had have to they have had to foot the bill for every illegal crossing and their taxes, their local taxes went up so much because the illegal wave that of just undocumented people coming in, it overwhelmed their hospitals, it overwhelmed their school system to the point that their taxes kept going up. And that's because just recently, the experience, their first Republican being elected to

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Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty

"If Matthew Martin, who is a New Mexico man who went to the capitol on January 6th, was convicted of the four misdemeanor counts that he faced. That'd be in the media. Mainstream media would cover that. That'd be a big story. They'd say, oh, here's another trumper. Here's a Trumpist. Here's an insurrectionist. And look at him, he's going to spend 15 months, 18 months, 23 months in jail. 'cause he's an instant. He tried to overturn the election and upend democracy as we know it, and he was worse than Pearl Harbor meets 9 11. Will Matthew Martin this contractor from New Mexico, who once referred apparently to January 6th. There's a very special magical day. Was unique. He was the first January 6th defendant to tell his story in his own words. In other words, he was the first defendant to testify on his own behalf. The judge, federal judge Trevor mcfadden, found him not guilty. Of all counts.

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Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a

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Jesse Watters Rips Dr. Fauci, Biden for Lockdowns Following Johns Hopkins Study

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Jesse Watters Rips Dr. Fauci, Biden for Lockdowns Following Johns Hopkins Study

"Want you to hear a little bit of the monologue and the discussion yesterday from one of TV's from one of cable TV's most highest rated shows the 5 on Fox News. This is judge jeanine pirro and Jesse watters. But right now, the American public 70% is so over it. They're not listening to the health experts anymore. Well, because we were lied to. He said it was 15 days and it ended up being like 15 months. Because remember, a lot of the Democrat governors stayed locked down and that all the scaredy cats continued to stay locked out. Here's what's Fauci's plan. Shut down the entire U.S. economy. He's never been done before and told everybody to quarantine, including healthy people. And then he didn't do anything for early treatment at all. And then he says, stay inside with a mask on. And if you catch COVID, wait until you can't breathe very well. Then get yourself to a hospital and strap yourself to a ventilator. Yeah, that was. Oh, and then wait a couple years for a vaccine, which I get a cut from. That is

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"15 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 7 months ago

"15 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson religious or medical accommodations will be considered but to work in a store the vaccine or test requirement stands Those who opt for weekly testing will have to pay out of pocket for the cost of a pharmacy test No take at home results will be accepted Friend PR names I'm Diana Pong in Seattle To Kentucky now where the state's legislative session begins today and the governor is expected as lawmakers to give him the ability to set at least one requirement to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in schools Here's Karen Tsar of member station Governor Andy beshear will ask the same Republican led Kentucky General Assembly that stripped him of any ability to issue COVID safety regulations to give him back the authority to impose a statewide school mask mandate the rapidly spreading Alma cron variant has pushed Kentucky's positivity rate to 20.72% This is NPR A Hong Kong lawyer and activist has been sentenced to another 15 months in prison for her part in helping organize a vigil now deemed illegal by Chinese authorities and pure Emily fang reports At her sentencing chow Hong tongue read aloud essays from the families of victims in China's 1989 Tiananmen massacre Chau was found guilty this week of inciting an illegal vigil in 2021 to commemorate the massacre An event which is heavily censored in Mainland China She has already in prison serving a 12 month sentence for her part in the same vigil in 2020 Her rest coincides with a dark period for the Hong Kong press corps One independent outlet stand news shut down last week after 7 of its reporters and board members were arrested Another independent outlet citizen news shut down days later saying it feared for its reporter's safety Emily fang and peer news hainan China Hong Kong leader Carrie lam has addressed the recent closure of two media outlets in the city speaking at a news conference today she said she can not accept that press freedom in Hong Kong faces extinction saying the decision to close made by the media outlets themselves or comments came after authorities arrested 7 people associated with the pro democracy news outlet stand news yesterday neither online news operation announced it would stop operating over what it described as a deteriorating media environment Global financial markets seem to be shrugging off worries about rising coronavirus infections they are mostly higher today After Wall Street closed at record highs yesterday with Apple becoming the first company to reach a $3 trillion market value I'm joyous Snyder NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting A private corporation funded by the American people and jarl and Pamela moan thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen You're listening to WNYC good morning I'm Sean Carlson.

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"15 months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"15 months" Discussed on KOMO

"97 7 Good evening 6 31 we continue with our top northwest stories now from the como 24 7 new center I'm Rick van Sykes with Alicia jaffe Arguably the most progressive candidate on Seattle's ballot this past week lost and lost big That would be Nicole Thomas Kennedy the self described abolitionist who ran for Seattle city attorney Her platform involved eliminating the police department and ending the prosecution of most low level crimes But she lost in a landslide to Anne Davison We'll take a look at that race and how a Republican was able to win in Seattle after traffic and weather in just a few moments Jeff Pedro come on use There's a promising new drug Pfizer says is very effective at preventing COVID hospitalizations and deaths when administered just after symptoms began and used in combination with another antiviral drug Doctor Ali machad with UW's institute for health metrics and evaluation says based on what he's seen he's confident the drug can save lives 89% reduction in mortality That's a game changer But we need to keep in mind we want the vaccine because we want to stop the circulation of the virus We don't want to treat people when they get infected Hi hmm is also out with its first projections to march 1st which show an additional 3000 COVID deaths in Washington state between now and march and more than 120,000 additional deaths for the U.S. mocked it says national surveys show only 38% of people are wearing masks when they go out He says 95% mask wearing could cut Washington's deaths by 1200 The death of an 18 year old woman killed by someone texting and driving while on a bike ride is the inspiration for a cross country ride come as Ryan Harris talked to the writer ahead of his Seattle stop The death of 18 year old Merritt levitan because of a four second text is just part of Ben granny's motivation Ben's dad also did a cross country bike ride for the bicentennial in 1976 so he wanted to follow in his footsteps to raise money for text less live more Ben was also an eagle scout and he says backpacking trips with no phones were a valuable lesson about taking the time to look up at what's happening around you You can gain some It's not a matter of walking your phone away or just being away from your phone totally but just being aware and present with what you're doing it's really powerful From Seattle Ben will ride to San Diego and then head east across the south hoping to hit the halfway mark of his $50,000 fundraising goal soon You can help by going to eyes up ride dot com slash support Ryan Harris come on news Come on news time 6 34 And time for a check on traffic we do that every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin log group traffic center Good evening will westbound fire 12 write the I 5 interchange in Lakewood It looks like we have a crash in the three right lanes and really causing a mess of things through that spot also northbound 5 and I 90 looks like we have another stall in the center lane Both directions of I 5 really been triple spot through downtown today This traffic report is sponsored by Michael Shu bingo no matter they there's a time to play at Michael sou bingo Matinee sessions start every day at noon and evening sessions start at 7 p.m. local soup bingo and auburn your home for machine go Your next combo traffic at 6 44 All right thanks Curtis Puget sound forecast now Let's get right over to como for Shannon O'Donnell Hi everybody Friday night Chile and still showery at times Lowe's dropping down into the 30s for most of us if not the 20s in a couple of spots the next few mornings And daytime highs just in the 40s that's about 10° below the curve in many spots for Saturday and.

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Affluent Americans Are Retiring as Pandemic Changes Priorities

Investing Sense

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Affluent Americans Are Retiring as Pandemic Changes Priorities

"Interesting societal change going on in America and maybe the world right now, People are retiring and leading jobs in numbers We have not seen before, and it's for a variety of reasons. A recent Federal Reserve survey showed that 2.5 million affluent Americans 55 or older say they plan to retire soon. And the number of people expecting to work after 67 is at a record low of only 33% and two thirds of people say they're going to quit before age 67. This has never happened before. Some of the drivers are affluence. You know you have more money and after the pandemic, you realize that life is short and you want to make the most of it. And a new poll from monster dot com found that 95% of workers are thinking about finding a new job, and they say it's often because of just plain old burnout. Consulting firm. Gartner found that 55% of workers reported experiencing significant burn out over the last 15 months. According to Microsoft's work trend Index, 41% of workers worldwide say they're likely considering switching jobs within the next year and indeed found that 52% of respondents Had reported burnout, with the majority of those polled, saying that their level of burnout has gotten significantly worse during the pandemic.

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Jacob Zuma, Former South African President, Is Arrested

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Jacob Zuma, Former South African President, Is Arrested

"The former South African president Jacob Zuma has spent his first night in prison at the start of his 15 month sentence for contempt of court it was imposed after he failed to cooperate with the corruption inquiry. Mr Zuma handed himself over to police just before a

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Jacob Zuma, Former South African President, Is Arrested

BBC World Service

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Jacob Zuma, Former South African President, Is Arrested

"You in South Africa thought what actually happened. But Jacob Zuma is now behind bars. The former president has been in custody for a few hours now, after finally handing himself in The constitutional quoted sentenced him to 15 month sentence for contempt of court and he's now in the Escort Correctional Center in KwaZulu Natal. It all stems from his refusal to cooperate with an inquiry into state corruption. During his time in office. What's known as state capture in South Africa It's the first time former president has been

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"15 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week. Another really hard hit industry during the pandemic was the cruise industry, which is slowly getting clearances to set sail again, and that includes from U. S Shores last weekend Royal Caribbean successfully launching its first revenue generating sailing out of the U. S. With more coming. We caught up with Richard Fain. He's the chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, and we did so. He was aboard the celebrity edge cruise ship that was docked at the time in Costa, Maya, Mexico. This has been beyond our our hopes. My first sense was when I came on board and the crew were just so excited to start seeing people. Um we've been talking to the guests who are Just over the moon. Um, this is important. It's It's just the first cruise, but it's a symbolic one. Because, um, it shows that we're starting. We have the second cruise out of the United States another ship, so we're back and looks like we're heading to, uh, to be back in a good shape. It feels like steps towards normalcy. Having said that most people will say there's no way going back. We are a changed world in society. So how do you do it safely for both your crew and your passengers? I've spent time on one of those massive cruise ships. There's a lot of people in their huge ships, but it's a lot of people in what is a relatively small contained space, you know, 15 months ago. Being in a contained space was a concern because, remember, we didn't have vaccines. We didn't even have testing. If you think back the CDC was advising against wearing face fast, we were really in a bad world. And over the last 15 months, we've had the opportunity working with with specialists with experts to really look at what would make it safer and all the things, um, that we're concerned 15 months ago and made us voluntarily stop operating. Now work in our favor. So unlike going into a movie here or a restaurant or a theme park, we know everybody who's coming on board and we can take the time to make sure that they're vaccinated tested. Uh, etcetera. So on this ship On all of our ships. Every crew member is vaccinated. Um, um, All the adults have to be vaccinated on the on the ship. Um, we have some Children who are ineligible for the vaccine. Looking at results is 99%. Young board is vaccinated. So that's the first line of defense. The second one. As as you pointed out, before, Um people aren't as much worried about getting sick. There's they're worried about somebody else getting sick and mourning their vacation and then being Quarantined and what have you so we set up the procedures we've set of procedures with the public health system with hospitals with everything else. So if we have a case We can do contact very singular way you can't do. I'm sure it isolated the way you can't do. I'm sure And so case doesn't become an outbreak. It just becomes a few people who was set aside, flown home and everybody else carries on with their vacation. And that's you Can't do that on land and land. Those people will just continue to in fact people and we have no way to separate them out. And that process is working. Richard, I mean, have you you've had some cases. Is that correct? I thought I read something about some kids or something. But it's happened and The systems have kicked into place and everything's worked exactly, by the way, Remember, although this is our first cruise by the United States we carried on with him 5200 and 75,000 people around the world during the period and we've had cases because you can't limit you can't limit on land. You can't limit shape. But we had a few cases and just like the ones you mentioned they were isolated. No muss. No fuss didn't bother everybody else's vacation and we flew them hope. And that's really the objective is right. He's the number very low and then take care of them. That low number you expect most ships to be sailing by the end of the year. Are you though Richard, anticipating that the spread of the Delta variant will slow down your ability to reopen and reach all the ports that you were in pre pandemic? Well, I think we keep watching all of the things including the variants and including adult of area, which Today is the one that we're most focused on. But remember, a couple months ago, we were equally focused on the Alphas area, and but we are watching it and we will continue to get the right guidance. It does appear languishing that the vaccines that we have here in United States are effective. Including against the build a bear. And so the trick is to get more people vaccinated and I have includes is where people are vaccinated and are freer to function but also motivates people to get actuated. So right. I feel that's good, too. That's Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean, Cruise says. Ahead on Bloomberg Business Week. 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Russia Launches Booster Shots Amid Soaring Infections

News, Traffic and Weather

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Russia Launches Booster Shots Amid Soaring Infections

"Months ago. The country faces a surge in new infections and deaths. Moscow's mayor says he's received a booster and is urging others to follow suit and former South African President Jacob Zuma announced the 15 month prison

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"15 months" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Goes water after a long 15 months. This site is enough to bring a tear to even the toughest hockey fans. I I told people I try almost Montreal for the original angry beaver, Tim pipes. It's overwhelming. You never thought this was gonna end, so I'm over them. Moon, he says. It's not quite what it was. But with each year he can't help but get excited. Most of the Puget Sound's regions, buses, trains and ferries return to full capacity and are opening all seeds. Today, officials remind passengers they still must wear mask on public transportation and while inside at transit stations It's now 5 33 time for Cairo radio. Real time traffic. Here's Harmon Shea. Valley Freeway, the busiest spot in the commute this morning that's leaving Puyallup and then north of Sumner. We've got a little bit of slowing, but it's not too bad. It's maybe five or six minutes worth of lost time. So that puts us up about 26 minutes. 27, baby As you go from Puyallup to written and in written, we have some slowing in the Valley Freeway north from 1 80 is so maybe we'll add a couple minutes to that. It's normal for this time of the morning, but it's not four or five where the backup starts closer to sunset. There's not much slowing their 17 minutes roughly up about three between written and Bellevue and coming down four or five from the other end of town. 14 minutes ever to Linwood 14 minutes ever to Bellevue 28. Minutes total at about 28 minutes still from effort to Seattle. This report, sponsored by Audible Audible delivers everything you love listening to all in one app stream. The newest releases bestsellers, audible originals, popular podcasts and more. Start listening free 30 Day trial at audible dot com. I'm a radio. Real time traffic on the three. So I'm Harmon, Shane. For your forecast. It's mostly cloudy today with highs in the mid seventies right now at 63 outside the Carter Subaru studio. This is Seattle's morning news. The most trusted voice.

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No Day in Court: South Africa's Jacob Zuma Sentenced to 15 Months

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:33 min | 1 year ago

No Day in Court: South Africa's Jacob Zuma Sentenced to 15 Months

"Jacob zuma who ruled south africa from two thousand nine to two thousand. Eighteen is heading to jail. He subject to a number of legal tangles but it was his refusal to show up for a trial looking into state capture the gutting of institutions to serve private interests. That was his undoing. The verdict against him has split opinions among south africans to jet. I think the we slow to to italy disapprove. In my point of view i think is justice. Taking its course putting mr zuma behind bars while other trials and inquiries play out. He's a hugely symbolic step. In a broad and deep effort to root out corruption in the country yesterday in south africa the law finally caught up with. Jacob zuma john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in johannesburg. The former president has for more than a year being dodging appearances in front of an inquiry into corruption when he was president foam. Two thousand nine to two thousand eighteen and so frustrated has the judge chairing inquiry. Bean that he's referred mr zuma's behaviour to the constitutional court the highest court in south africa and in response to those petitions. Yesterday they sentence the former president to fifteen months in prison for contempt of court and for his quote scurrilous unfounded attacks on the

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Celebrity Edge Becomes First Ship to Sail From USA in 15 Months

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrity Edge Becomes First Ship to Sail From USA in 15 Months

"Late for dinner. So here's your crews news. For wednesday. June thirtieth twenty twenty one. After fifteen months costa maya mexico. Welcome back its first khruschev. Yesterday as celebrity as docked there for the first time locals were on the peer to greet passengers with music and dancing as they walked down the pier into the port area. Some even held up big white letters that spelled out welcome back. Visitors had to wear a mask while visiting the port but were allowed to take independent excursions or explore the port

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"15 months" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"S port in 15 months is set to set sail today The ship will depart from the industry's South Florida hub. The sent off will mark a symbolic stride toward normalcy for the U. S. Where vaccines are curbing the Covid 19 outbreak for many Americans. The global pandemic first hit home through news of deadly cruise ship outbreaks with guests quarantine for weeks and ill passengers carried away on stretchers. It ports at least 95% of those on board. Vaccinated. John Scott reporting. The Justice Department is suing the state of Georgia over its new voting integrity law. The Department of Justice alleges Republican State lawmakers there rushed through a sweeping overhaul was an intent To deny black voters equal access to the ballot. That's something lawmakers in Georgia denied. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. It's a strange story of a good deed that had deadly consequences, and Jason Walker reports on a bizarre shooting incident in Arvada, Colorado. Police say a man who intervened in a shooting that left a police officer dead was then shot and killed by a responding officer. Authorities say Johnny Hurley shot suspect Ronald Troicki after Troicki shot officer Gordon Beasley. Police have described Hurley as the hero. After shooting Beasley with a shotgun, Troicki returned to his truck to get an A R 15, where he was then confronted by Hurley, who shot Troicki. But when another officer arrived early was standing there holding Troy Keys, A R 15 and the officer fatally shot him. Jason Walker reporting on Wall Street Friday,.

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British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

Pacifica Evening News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

"Allow more quarantine free travel and provide cash strapped businesses with much needed financial support Hundreds of industry workers, including travel agents, pilots and cabin crew from airlines, such as British Airways and easyJet. Gathered outside the parliament in London. There were other protests, and Edinburgh and Belfast Simon Marx reports. Today. The growing anger of the travel industry over the British government's failure so far to loosen restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated people from the UK and for fully vaccinated people wanting to visit the UK from overseas. Britain's airlines and holiday companies are holding a day of action on Wednesday. Calling on the government to take rapid action before it's too late to salvage the 2021 summer holiday season. The sands of Time are rapidly slipping through the hourglass, says Julie Low beside the chief executive of the Advantage Travel partnership. We have upset every part of the industry together, really try to in a united fashion make it very clear to government. The devastation has been caused offer an industry that's been shut down effective for 15 months, not also for businesses but also for people will have crew there. We've got different representatives of pilots will be coming along. We really need the government to listen to our society. 15 months an entire industries be shut down people losing their homes. People can't feed their family. We're at a real crisis point. And we need the government's who urgently look and understand at the devastation that's being caused. The British government says it is considering the possibility of giving fully vaccinated people more flexibility to travel. But only yesterday, the country's health secretary said it's too early to know how soon those changes might be implemented. Simon marks Washington. You're listening to the evening news on

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"15 months" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Your commute. You haven't done in 15 months. Hello? Welcome back to highway 100. Welcome back to 6 94. Welcome back to cross town. Hey, Did you drive like a champion? Please? That's right. The champion. Did you guys read yesterday? Speaking of Kenny, Speaking of traffic, Speaking of commute That the 35 W 94 mess that's been going on since God was in second grade could be wrapped up a little sooner like this fall. Did you guys read whole? That's fantastic news going into downtown Minneapolis. And they don't just say that, right? They always aim to get it done sooner Think so? You're making Kenny that what Kenny was What, Kenny, your naivete, your innocence. It's so It's so fun. Don't pop it yet. Kenny. Let us hang with this for a couple more seconds. Come on, because the headline of the story is say it isn't so so right. There leads to suspicion. That they're just fooling us, but they're just teasing us. Kenny. It is ahead. It is ahead of schedule. That's all I'm gonna say. Oh, but there's no don't hang your hat on early opening. Just just hope for the best. Don't upset the karma, Okay? I just hope things go our way. Just don't plan on it. Okay? I'm not planning on it. Excited if it happened, Yeah. I'm not planning on it at all. I'll just be excited when it's done. It's beautiful. They've They've done a really good job. I just wanted to be over. I really do because that's the way you travel every day. It's the way I travel every wall down the way back and There is nothing worse than 35 North, coming into downtown Minneapolis and trying to figure out what Lane to get into to go onto 94. It is so unmarked. If I was a tourist, or I was coming into our fair city with little to no knowledge of of the roads. I would I would never get that exit, right? Just coming back to work. It is so poorly marked to. Yeah, it is my gosh. When my mom and sisters came, I just told them so many times. Do not go into Minneapolis. Please get off to go to ST Paul. Whatever you do, don't go up. 94. You need to get off to go to ST Paul. This way. I even printed a map. Nope. What did they do? Yeah, they're like, Oh, my God. This is so confusing. I'm like, what did I say? Dawn. As we learned yesterday, they probably had their own itinerary and they're not going to break from no And they have their own way plan, but they were so whipped when they got to my house. They were like, Oh, my God. That was ridiculous. And like, Well, what did I say? I told you the day shut. Yeah. Uh, Lex. You got an interesting text from our buddy Iraq. Oh, yes, I did. Okay. What was over the weekend? I forgot to mention this and I saw him yesterday and I got a little bit more clarification. Okay, So do you remember the game? We sometimes play, but we haven't played for a while. Fleet Farm prices, right? Oh, yeah. I used to love that. Yeah, we used to play it for about 56 years on our show. Long time did that. Where did that come from? What do you mean? The game? Did you make that up? Yeah, You did. Yeah. Okay, Because if so, you know, you know, we might have a lawsuit for ourselves is what I'm saying, because well, The Saints are playing fleet foreign prices, right. Those bastard are you talking to go? Okay, are are minor league team. Plays at CHS Field. Which of course, is where the cat video Festival will be in August. Yeah, played Look at her look at her farm prices right at the Saints game. He said It was exactly the same who ripped off. Who? Wow huh? They were ripped off us. They ripped. Yes, they had them. Guess and then the steel of the deal. But here's the difference. I think. Think Fleet Farm play piece for this one. Of course, Of course they did. Their logos are everywhere. So Yeah, here is I I think I have. Maybe they came up with it because they knew we did it. They're like we have an idea. Foreign prices, right? Oh, great idea. Yeah, I used to. Where is my prices Are millionaire? No, That's all they are. They have. They suddenly disappeared. I think they suddenly disappeared into our system. Let me see. Wow, This is interesting. Let me quickly look here. He said they play the music in everything sounds really everything. What? Yeah. Oh, that's funny. Well, no, we could sue them. Yeah, I don't know. It. Just I when I first moved to your fleet farm was such, um I didn't know anything about it. So fascinated me. So that's why I was like, Oh, well, this is great. And there's comic potential because of all of the items that prices right has. You know that Fleet farmhouse everything. That's Apocalypto time. Yeah, That's what I'm doing. It's utter cream. You know anything? Anything you can imagine they have. Oh, prices, right Intro? Maybe this is it. Hold on a minute. Here. It Let me put this over here. Is it just the regular here in Karam's New Yorker studio in the Twin Cities, radios most exciting four minutes of fantastic prizes its fleet farm prices, right? Alexis Thompson. Come on down. Harley McMellon! Come on down. Date it that way yet to be named listener. Come on down. You are the first three contestants on fleet farm prices, right? And now here's your host Jason and medicine. Yeah. So we do that back when Marley McMillan was our producer can prove the date on that. That was at least five years ago. Yeah, that was 23rd 2013 and new. You know the date? Yeah, Yeah, 20. We moved the morning or, actually, no, uh, sooner than that it was PG and E boot camp. Yeah, it was, uh, Marley between we officially got a producer like 11 12 in that era because we took over the morning show in 13. Because I had quit Fox because The deal they awful. And then I went just to radio Um, yeah, for that year, So that's I remember everything. Now the boss said, gave me that horrible deals running.

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Ohio Ends COVID-19 State of Emergency After 15 Months

Lance McAlister

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio Ends COVID-19 State of Emergency After 15 Months

"I'm Jack Crumley. The governor officially ended the state's Covid 19 state of emergency since Ohio reached 57% vaccination rate for adults. Nursing home guidelines have also been lifted. This means there are no limits on the number of visitors at a

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"15 months" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Slash next to get a sense of we got to this point with a possible fiction boom just days away. I to leased doron with the eviction lab at princeton eliza and her colleagues been paying attention to housing and homelessness and fiction since before the pandemic but over the last few months. Elisa's watched this herky-jerky response play out as people got sick and lost their jobs. I congress issued an addiction. Moratorium this is back in the spring of twenty twenty but then it expired last summer. That's how the centers for disease control stepped in the cdc moratorium came about because at Policymakers were worried that The public health and economic crisis that had affected so many households and impacted their job loss. Their health might trigger a cascade of events in which Folks were unable to pay for their rent that they Might then lose their home and in the process of losing their home might also face increased exposure to covid nineteen so in september of last year. Shortly after the federal cares act had expired. The eviction lab actually saw a big spike in fiction when there was no federal moratorium and within two weeks the then trump administration and you know pass the order through the department of health and human services to help try and buy time to keep people in their homes while they applied for rent. Relief tried to sort of find new jobs. I remember when the cdc order came out it felt a little strange. Like what's the cdc's jurisdiction here like is this thing enforceable. I'm sure you had questions like that. Too it came as a bit of a surprise that you know that federal eviction moratorium was being issued through the department of health and human services through the the center for disease control rather than through congress for instance or by executive order so it certainly took us by surprise but it did have An immediate dampening effect on addiction filings in certain parts of the country. But because of you know some flaws in the way that the cdc order was crafted it left many parts of the country exposed to ongoing victory filings so there are like many states including our most populous states in the us. Lake florida or texas. Where evictions have been ongoing. In spite of the cdc moratorium. How have they been ongoing. There have been numerous legal challenges in a in state circuit courts in including In georgia circuit court the ohio circuit court and have one in texas. The department of justice has been appealing challenges to the moratorium by various realtors associations So right now we find ourselves in a place where we have the sort of important but tattered band-aid that is a federal eviction moratorium. And you know there are many war renters now than in a typical year that are fled that a fallen behind on rent Twenty twenty and twenty twenty one. We're not typical years by any stretch of the imagination. So were preparing for the possibility that many families Who let's say we're facing eviction earlier. This year had received protection that that fiction process may start up again when the federal moratorium onto thirtieth is the moratorium expires. There is a system in place. That's supposed to catch these renters. Congress has set aside billions of dollars rent. Relief to avert potential actions but local municipalities have struggled to get that money out the door so congress allocated initially twenty five billion in december and then an additional sort of twenty million in in twenty. Twenty one This money has just started to trickle down to states so My understanding from the national income housing coalition was that about an average of thirteen percent of that forty. Five billion has been spent down so having an eviction moratorium in place is really important as an emergency measure to help ensure that money reaches communities before they lose their homes. We're seeing this play out. In real time where folks who have conviction filed against them have applied for rental assistance but the eviction is being processed faster than the. They're getting the money to stay in their current home so We're urging governments with at the federal state and local level to extend Toria and emergency relief measures. fully reached communities. You said that only thirteen percent of their rental assistance has gotten out there as of this week. I'm wondering a bit if you can explain why because it seems like from the beginning congress you know they were even allocating assistance in a way. That didn't make a ton of sense like on the basis of state population without taking into account. How many renters were there for instance and so that was one hurdle and then the states were having to distribute the funds themselves so coming up with systems to get the money out there and i'm sure like everyone right now. States are stretched so certainly. There's the elephants like as you're leading to lake trying to fly the plane as you're building it so you know decades of underinvestment in our public infrastructure. Made it very difficult to to get money out the door. So when congress allocated that you know the first twenty five billion in the second twenty five billion ensuring that there are organizations on the ground that That have the capacity to disperse that money. Knowing for instance also had a prioritize applications applications has been a big challenge The challenges that we're facing right now are have been decades in the making in terms of sort of the underfunding of public resources and an infrastructure that would have enabled us to to disperse this money as quickly as let's say. Some other countries have dispersed housing or financial aid to their to their citizens and residents. So now it's the end of june. And the cdc moratoriums about to end it. Sounds like the rent relief program as you said. They're still assembling the plan is they're trying to fly it. It sounds a little bit like a perfect storm. Right now where you're going to have one of these protections fall away and the other one is really just getting up to speed. I mean it is a perfect storm at the eviction. Lab has new research out this week. That is having that association between vaccination rates evictions and what we've found for all the sites that we have data is that the neighborhoods where there have been the biggest barriers to access Around vaccine rates for instance were also neighborhoods that are facing the highest eviction rates right now so To put that differently If you live in a neighborhood that has been under served by.

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"15 months" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"To get into a rhythm without a space and as much as i love my home office. Jeff took over my office downstairs at venice question. I moved up. And i love my home office but i don't know who's quote stuck at home but i have three kids who are still essentially in homeschool. My wife is in the living room doing yoga or exercise nutrition class so her college students in the again in the living room. And i'm in my home office. And i love my home office but six six seems like six days a week. I'm in there creating content. It was time to get back to some rhythm is well and then lo and behold in the middle of this as my knee is getting better. My back is getting worse. My back wait the back that initially got me into the fitness industry. Twenty five years ago in one thousand nine hundred five when i blew out my back in her native three discs and spinal stenosis and degenerate back disease and my back starts hurting what. What's going on here. I don't have time for my back to hurt. I finally have to great knees in. And now i've got a back that's flaring up for a few months. I was battling back issues. Like really battling back issues and feeling like how to get through this folks. If you've ever been in pain you know that it's hard to get your mind off of pain. And and i didn't want to tell anybody because why when you tell people all of a sudden becomes as. Hey todd how's your back yo. Td how's the back. And i wasn't about to give up that pain and make it all about my back. Because guess what when i do that. I'm way bigger than my back to understand. What i'm saying like when you have an issue like your house your house your house your back your back and i didn't wanna. I didn't wanna do that. I wanted to mentality that. I'm way bigger than my back. My back is a physical thing. It's about your heart and your soul in the mentality but my mentality for at that point. Almost a year was save the world. I'm going to put the way to the world on my shoulders..

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"15 months" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Allie allie luhya. We are opening back up. Welcome back to the td impact show and today my friends. We are going to be talking about. How excited we all our planet wide about opening back up now. Ju- june fifteenth here in the state of california has been declared like the state can open back up but across the nation across the world. In most places we are getting through this pandemic and the last fifteen months as you all know have been some of the toughest times we've ever ever faced. But i gotta tell you i am so excited about looking for it. I'm so excited for what's about to come heck. It's already happening. I know there's this quote arbitrary day. Here june fifteenth. The world is getting back to normal. And heck i've already done a few retreats and live events and we're scheduling things later on this year and into twenty twenty two and all of this fires me up. Can i get an amen. Any aymen's out there today please as you walk in the streets right now amen. Td i wanna hear y'all from wherever you are today but before we move forward and we open up completely. I wanna share from the heart today. I wanna go deep. I wanted to reflect back on the past fifteen months and share with you some things that i have not shared before some highs and some lows and frankly a lot more lows than highs yes there have been highs but have been a lot of lows in some of the battle that we've all faced the day in day out battle have left us with almost like a. Ptsd right like this. This is overwhelming. Like man i gotta get going. I gotta get rolling the more people. I talk to and we get going the more people who are stuck who are frustrated or emptier exhausted. And you know we're trying to get through we're excited about what's to combat like you're fighting everything so i wanna let you know i've been there too and i am there in some ways when you when you hear about some of these things. There's lessons that can be gleaned. Now i believe that in a year or two we will look back and say wow look at all these amazing things that have happened for us not to us but for us and i think that's a great lesson to start off with is like what is going on now is there's tremendous opportunity if we take advantage of it but let's let's talk about the last fifteen months march sixteenth life changed at finished quest. Hanan san diego is the day that i gave notice to our our jin that we were closing down because of the corona virus pandemic and it was at that point to me. It was going to be. We're closing two to three weeks. I'm laughing here in the studio..

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"15 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on AP News

"Nearly 15 months after the first stay at home order I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news I'm Rita Fall Lay today, Leaders of the world's richest countries will meet in Britain. Job number one for the U. S. Says President Biden is helping the world recover from the pandemic. Here's our Jackie Quinn at the G seven summit. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the seven wealthiest countries in the world will share a billion doses of vaccines with places like Africa, Asia, South and Central America and others trying to speed up the global pandemic recovery. It follows President Joe Biden's announcement that the US would donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine over the next year. We're going to help lead the world out of this pandemic, working alongside Global partners. I'm Jackie Quinn. Remember when then President Trump was fuming over investigations into his campaign ties to Russia. Now we're learning that the Justice Department under President Trump sees data from the accounts of at least two members of the House Intelligence Committee. Here's Our Tim Maguire. House. Democrats are demanding an investigation after it has been learned that Justice Department under former President Donald Trump sees communications data of members of the House Intelligence Committee. The New York Times reports that in 2017 and 2018, the Trump Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for communications data from at least two members of the House Intelligence Committee, including now committee chair California Congressman Adam Schiff. He was the ranking Democrat on the panel at the time, Congressman Adam Schiff calls this the weaponization of law enforcement by a corrupt president. Reverend Martin Luther King, Junior's youngest daughter says she's afraid American society is unraveling. Dr. Bernice King says she's among the bridge builders who want to make sure we don't lose our humanity as she put it. A speeding bus flipped over on a highway in Pakistan this morning, killing 19 people. This is a P news. So how's the search? Going for a new host for TV's Jeopardy are Oscar Wills. Gabriel has a look at where they are. Now who are Anderson Cooper? My AM Bielik and Ken Jennings. That would be the correct question to the answer, Who are just some of the people who have audition to replace the late Alex Trebek, and it does not even count Robin Roberts, LeVar Burton and Dr Sanjay Gupta, who have yet to do their on air tests to replace Trebek, who died in November of 2020. It's a far cry from 1984 when jeopardy last needed a host comedian Lucille Ball, then told creator Merv Griffin to pick Trebek, who was doing high rollers at the time it's expected a decision will be made before the new season begins taping later this summer. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel Zillow says Many Americans who moved last year went to areas where the homes were bigger and less expensive. Apparently leaving higher cost cities. I'm Rita Foley. AP News.

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Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

"A seven night Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, with all crew and adult passengers vaccinated. Cruise industry has been shut down for the past 15 months by the Corona virus pandemic. The CDC said last month that cruise ships with nearly all passengers and crew vaccinated can resume sailing. But NPR's Greg Allen reports there is a problem it violates a Florida law. This ad by celebrities sums up the relief and excitement among cruise companies. Some day is finally here and we're ready to sail beyond again. Extended shutdown has cost the industry more than $17 billion in direct losses. The celebrity cruise departing June 26 will be the first under new CDC protocols. CBC says ships can resume sailing under two scenarios. The first is after conducting tests cruises with masks and social distancing in place show they can keep passengers and crew safe. The second scenario, when advocated by the industry, allows ships to resume sailing immediately as long as 95% of passengers and crew are vaccinated. Chris Gray Faust is managing editor of the website. Cruise critic. People will not have to wear masks, they will not have to do social distancing and at least in the US, they'll be able to do shore excursions without you're staying in a cruise ship bubble type of situation. The idea of requiring all adult passengers to be vaccinated is popular not just with the companies but also cruise passengers. House says the survey conducted last week found 80% of cruise passengers said they would prefer to sail on a ship with a vaccine requirement. So what we're finding is that Abbott cruisers want to get back to see, but they would overwhelmingly prefer to be on a ship with vaccines. That's what passengers want. It's what cruise lines want. But it's not what Florida Governor Rond de Santis once. He recently signed a bill passed by the Republican Legislature at his request, which bans company from requiring any customer to show proof of vaccination. Under the law, each violation carries a $5000 fine. Asked about it last week, De Santis said, applies to cruise lines and that if they violated, they'll pay. We are going to enforce Florida law. I mean, We have

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NASA Will Launch Two Spacecrafts to Venus

BBC World Service

02:04 min | 1 year ago

NASA Will Launch Two Spacecrafts to Venus

"Or Rupert Wingfield Hayes there? Now let's go back more than 30 years to a key time for space exploration. After a 15 month long cruise, the Magellan spacecraft will go into orbit around Venus Jelen will orbit Venus for one Venus Day equal to 243 Earth Days. Well, that was from 1989 1 of the most successful missions of its kind. It was the first spacecraft to take pictures of pretty much the entire surface of Venus before it burned up in the fiery atmosphere about five years later, now the US space agency Has announced to new missions to the planets. NASA's administrator is Bill Nelson. Very Tass Truth. And eventually, plus These two sister missions, both aimed to understand how Venus became an inferno like world capable of melting lead at the surface, So after all, the focus of late being on Mars Why Venus now question for our North America correspondent David Wyss. Despite the fact that Venus is the closest planet to earth and similar in size and mass and density and composition. It's received less attention than Mars and other destinations in the solar system in recent years, primarily because it's so hot, it's dense atmosphere traps heat from the sun, and that leads to temperatures. Of more than 470 degrees Celsius in some places, but scientists have long believed that Venus may once have harbored. Seas of surface water potentially suitable for life before unknown forces triggered that extreme greenhouse effect, and their interest was rekindled recently when astronomers said that they detected compelling evidence for the presence of a molecule in the clouds around Venus called Falls Feen, which would seem to

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Zoom Stock Falls After Q1 2021 Report

BTV Simulcast

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Zoom Stock Falls After Q1 2021 Report

"Results and the sales forecast for the current quarter. That topped analyst estimates. Investors concerned about how zooms growth continues as more vaccines, rollout and lockdowns get lifted, joining us now to discuss zoom CFO Kelly Stoeckel Burke and Kelly. Every quarter. I feel like I've asked you the same question. But now you have a clearer picture off What zooms growth looks like or doesn't look like in a post pandemic world. What are the numbers telling you? Well, I think what we all know for sure is that we're never going back to the world. The way that it was before and zoom is very honored to have kept people connected through this pandemic these last 15 months, But we're also excited to be able to now enable people to work. Flexibly whether people want ever remotely or in the office. We're gonna be there and really evolving from being this killer meetings, app. To being the platform in the communication hub for our customers, and all that is going to be for long term potential growth for zoom through meetings through phone do events between announced last week and then do apse, which is gonna be generally available later this summer. So we're really exciting to be a key partners. We start to move through the world in another way. So what you have to say, Tell it to the investors who are still

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Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

Arizona's Evening News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

"Votes, Arizona Secretary of State tells Maricopa County It will need new elections equipment after the audit custody needs be retained by the election officials and that clearly didn't happen in this case. Katya ours, Peter say more joins us live from the news center with the story. Becky, the state's elections manual says on Lee certified county elections officials can keep custody of tabulation machines lost the minute those machines were turned over to the Senate and to their contractors, Katie Hobbs says her observers were not allowed to see what side Burnin just did with the equipment and there's no life feed on it, she tells supervisors. Replacing it could cost $6 million shouldn't be new information to them. We brought this issue early on in the process. Hobbs doesn't think she could re certify the equipment or fix or rebooted if damaged by the August 2022 primary elections process is not comprehensive enough. You fully rehabilitated any compromise equipment or provide enough assurance that the equipment is still safe to use in a statement? Maricopa County says Cyber Ninjas still holds 385 tabulate Ear's, but they will not be used quote unless the county state and vendor are confident that there is no malicious hardware or software installed on the devices. 15 months out from the August primary left 14 months out from where equipment has to be Tested for the actual election. The replacement of this equipment is gonna be time consuming and what we needed the county to know is that if the county intends to redeploy any of the subpoenaed equipment over what they lost custody and control, then our office would need to consider the certification proceedings of the equipment. To be

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Biden’s FDA looks to tackle heavy metals in baby food

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Biden’s FDA looks to tackle heavy metals in baby food

"Threat in baby food gets the FDA is attention. The FDA says it will do more inspections, take enforcement actions and boost food sampling in an effort to reassure customers that baby food is safe. It comes a day after Democrats in the House and Senate pushed the FDA to put limits on the content of toxic metals and foods for babies and small Children. Last month, the House Oversight and Reform Committee released the results of a 15 month investigation into toxic metals and baby food, finding that some had high levels of arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury accessed on EJ powers, a group of Nevada parents already suing manufacturers, accusing them of a cover up.

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"15 months" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"15 months" Discussed on WTOP

"15 month investigation of 450 Page report says Google has monopoly power over Internet search Facebook has social networking monopoly power and Amazon and Apple. Have significant durable market power in US online retail mobile operating systems and mobile APP store's Republicans on the panel didn't sign on to most of the recommendations. They offered their own report calling for targeted enforcement of existing antitrust laws. Mike Rossia Washington Facebook says it will ban groups that represent Q and on the baseless conspiracies theory that paints President Trump is a secret warrior against the supposed trump child trafficking ring. Run by celebrities and deep state government officials. The company says it will remove Facebook pages, groups and instagram accounts for representing Cuban on even if they don't promote violence. The social network says it will consider a variety of factors to figure out if a group meets its criteria for a ban, including its name, the biography or in about section of the page. And discussions within the page group or Instagram Accounts. Mentions of Cunanan, a group focused on a different subject won't necessarily lead to a ban that ST Louis couple that held guns in their hands. While hundreds of racial justice protesters marched on their private street have been indicted, Marken patrician McCloskey are both attorneys and have become folk heroes among some conservatives. They argue that they were simply exercising their second Amendment right to bear arms, and we're protected by Missouri's Castle Doctrine law that allows the use of deadly force against intruders. The cases brought the attention that President Trump and Republican Missouri governor Mike Parson, who has said he will pardon the couple if they are convicted. The debate over whether or not school resource officers are needed in Montgomery County public schools continues after this summer's motion to remove about half of them was turned down at a board meeting last night. Most Of the principles supported the officers remaining in schools. But students school board member Nick Asante urged them to take a closer look at the role of school resource officers. One question that I'd like the commission to consider if as our own's our three community building, not necessarily for discipline, then are they the best community member to have our school building if their purpose is for community building, and if so, why Critics of sorrows say Black and Hispanic students are arrested at higher rates than their peers. In Montgomery County of the 460 students arrested in the past three school years. 83% were black and Hispanic. The school superintendent is required to recommend what action the school board should take. By January. Andrea Cameron w T o P News just ahead in money news, the Fed chair once more federal spending to get through the pandemic, but will a Corona virus bill come through before the election? 11 53. The Montgomery County Board of Elections, recommends voting by mail to receive a mail in ballots. Text, Viv B M to 77788 deadline is October 20th. Hello there. It's a great day at exterior medics high. I need new sighting. But.

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"15 months" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"15 months" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Virus pandemic a growing now I'm making you a break in South Korea more than four hundred cases government saying most of them a link to a single religious sect and it nearby hospital south Korean officials racing to contain the spread spraying the streets and testing thousands of people Britain is showing its independence since brexit including an announcement that they're going to go back to the old style passports here's ABC's Michelle Franzen brexit ushering in many new changes as the UK makes the transition to exit the European Union but there's also a move to bring back some of the old traditions that includes passports the British government announcing Saturday it will return to the iconic navy color that rain between nineteen twenty one in nineteen eighty eight the color was replaced by the E. U. Burgundy passports people who still hold the maroon cover document can use it until it expires the brit blue passports will start being issued next month Michelle Franzen ABC news in the state of Virginia there is a bill sitting on the governor's desk and it would ban here discrimination the Virginia house of delegates overwhelmingly passed a good bill that would expand the terms of racial discrimination based on hair style the bill protects here treats historically associated with race including hair texture here type and protect here styles such as braids locs and twists the Virginia Senate had passed the bill unanimously earlier this month Dave Packer ABC news now WGN sports the white Sox LA game was rained out Saturday the Blackhawks will be in Dallas Sunday afternoon pregame with Chris voted one thirty two o'clock faceoff John Waterman and Troy Murray have it all right here on seven twenty WGN and.

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"15 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"15 months" Discussed on AP News

"The company see the new group with annual sales of 8.7000000 cars will be led by PSA Peugeots CEO with fiat Chrysler's chairman is chairman of the merged auto maker no plants are due to be closed but the combo is anticipated to create more than $4000000000 in annual savings which executives say will be invested in sustainable mobility in part to meet strict new emissions regulations principally in Europe the deal which was announced back in October is expected to take 12 to 15 months to close so far with the new company will be called hasn't been decided I'm at small

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"15 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"15 months" Discussed on AP News

"Military officials advance airforce base north west of Oklahoma City say 2 airmen were killed in an accident involving 2 T. 38 talon jets that were taking part in a training mission there were 2 people aboard each aircraft TV footage shows an aircraft upside down on the grass near a runway and the other aircraft up right on the same runway the T. 38 talon is a twin engine high altitude supersonic jet this used in a variety of roles for jet pilot training it's the second incident involving a T. 38 in Oklahoma in the past 15 months I'm Jennifer king

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"15 months" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"15 months" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Shelf for a time when we're available to sit with our child and enjoy that with them children will still love books just as much if they're not always available, but mostly I would advise the kinds of objects that actually recommend on my website open ended. Play objects sell. We wanna use balls children like empty, plastic bottles. We could have a basket of those in one corner stuffed animals. Baby dolls at a certain age other manipulatives we use a lot of kitchen objects stainless, steel cups and bowls that are small different size bowls that reflect light and make interesting sounds. It's nice for us to get to set them up and kind of an organized fashion that can be our contribution to play the set design and letting our child be the lead actor director and writer of their play. That's what her recommended, and then we get to be the audience and be surprised by what they do with it. It's hardly ever. What we imagine? They'll do. This can be the fun part for us creating this environment. That's safe and appropriate and allows our child to create and discover and make their own sounds combine different toys together in the ways that they imagine in ways that interest them this in-depth learning and exactly the kind of learning that children need to do in these early years. Solic- about this. Parents example, that she gave I see her trying to garner reactions for me throwing food offer tray. So the food thing I would definitely limit. And this is how I would do that number one paying attention to her when she's eating not leaving her with a tray and leaving the room children don't like to be stuck in a seat anymore than we would like that. And with RAI we also recommend child sized furniture for children at your daughter's age. She could definitely be able to sit at a table. But that's a whole other thing that I I'm not gonna go into in this podcast, if she's sitting in a high chair at a tray if that's where she's going to sit for eating got all your stuff ready, the food the Bebe the wash cloth to wipe her hands have it already. So that you can sit let go of all your other thoughts and distractions and pay attention to this little girl. You can usually see it in a child's eyes when they're about to test. So you're engaged with her you're focused. You're just there you're available and you see her picking up her food and looks like she made throw it you gently put your hand there to block her from doing that. And right there you can say looks like you want to throw the food. I don't want to throw the foot. I would be very direct. I would be very connected. This parent uses the example, I constantly reinforced that we only put food in our mouth think about being a young child and hearing that we only put food in our mouth. It's not direct. And it's not connected. It's a little bit distant. Oh, we do this instead of looking in her eyes. I'm not gonna let you do this. I want you to keep the food at the table or in your mouth or not angry or not frazzled or just giving our child that clear answer that she's asking for. So I wouldn't say we I wouldn't say mommy doesn't want you to or daddy doesn't want you to. We are in a relationship. You and me to you're asking me questions is it. Okay. If I put this food on the floor, you deserve a clear answer, and I'm gonna give it to you. And then I would say ahead of time. If you haven't been doing this, I would say use your lunch. Here's your food some stuff that you like, oh, by the way. I don't want you to put food on the floor this food is for you to eat. And if you don't wanna eat, you don't have to and I'll get you right down being clear being sustained being direct teaching our daughter that she is an important person. And that you're not afraid of being honest with her, and that you think better of her than to believe that she somebody that needs to just fling food around or put it all under face in mess around with it. She already knows she's known for a long time. But you didn't want her to do that. That's another thing. I think can get. On our way is maybe somebody told us or we heard that. Oh, children need to rub. It all around their fingers and throw it on the floor and see how it lands and do all this kind of experimentation they don't they can do that with other safe materials in their safe play area. They don't need to play with food. And they know quite well that even if we are allowing it that were not so happy about it. I mean children could figure that out. They are very intuitive and tuned into us most of all, and our moods, and our feelings, and we don't want them to learn that it's okay to do whatever they want with food because that means then they might test other situations with other people or do this at a restaurant. There's just no positive in underestimating children that way. So I guess that's another basic aspect of this that I wanna share children can do it. They can hear. No, it's better that we don't use the word. No all the time. But they can. Here. I'm gonna stop you won't let you and it's okay for them to get mad about that Scott to be okay for them to scream about that to complain about that Fave got. Right. So I think when this parent gets more clarity herself. But you're hoping to at least a little bit provide in this podcast that she will not be so exhausted. In maybe scary to let her child have a reaction to things and cry or not approve of everything her mother does or says or stops her from doing, but if we can perceive that healthy, we're free. We're free to be the leaders that our children desperately want us to be children. Receive those clear connected answers. I'm going to list some articles and podcasts that I have on this topic in the transcript of this podcast, which will be posted on my website. Janet lands for dot com. I'll give you some more resources there because there's a million examples might know, bad kids book is all about this. And yeah. Yes. It does start now and it can start even earlier, but you're certainly not too late. This is great timing to be thinking about these things. I really hope that helps and all my other podcasts are on my website, Janet, Landsberg dot com index by subject and category. So you should be able to find whatever topic you're interested in also I want to thank tinker garden again for sponsoring this episode this really innovative company brings families together with well-designed play based activities in a natural outdoor space in their community. And there's still time to join a winter spring session and get ten percent off just go to tinker garden dot com to see what it's all about use the promo code respect. Also, both of my books are available on audio elevating childcare and no bad kids. Toddler disciplined without shame. You can get either one for free by following the link in the liner notes of this podcast or you can go to the book section of my website. You can also get them in paperback at Amazon. On an e book at Amazon Barnes and noble and apple dot com. Thanks so much for listening. We can do this.

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"15 months" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"15 months" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"And. Hi, this is Janet lands furry. Welcome to unruffled today. I'm going to be responding to a parent with a fifteen month old who is feeling exhausted by her daughters testing behavior, and she wants to start implementing some strategies, but doesn't know how to start today's podcast is sponsored by tinker garden, a company I've been hearing great things about for several years now from parents and caregivers. I really trust. This program is right up. My alley. It's all about getting kids and parents outside together and learning through play I've written about this a lot and experts agree play is learning. Developmental psychologists, neuroscientists and education experts recommend play for kids Ciro to seven as the best way to nurture development and ready them for academic success tinker garden brings families together in a natural space in their community each class becomes a tight knit group of children and adults who interact together through well designed outdoor play based activities. Children develop corps life skills, organically, things like collaboration creativity persistence problem solving while enjoying healthy fun engaging experiences in the freedom of local green spaces right now. You can check out a free winter trial class to see what it's all about. Or they're still time to sign up for a winter spring session. And you get ten percent off when you use the offer code respect, our ESPN C T, just go to tinker garden dot com to find a class in your area. That's T. I N K E R G A R T E N dot com. If there isn't a tinker and class offered locally in your area, guess what you can start one. By nominating a leader. Or maybe that leaders you if you're interested in becoming a tigger garden leader or joining a winter class in your area or just taking a free winter trial class, you can learn more at tinker garden dot com. The site also offers some free do it yourself activities to enjoy with your kids. That's tinker garden dot com. And don't forget for ten percent off twenty nineteen winter spring sessions use offer code respect. Here's the Email. I received. Hi, janet. I love your podcast, and I look forward to reading your books. I have a fifteen month old daughter, and I have such an image of how I want to parent with respect with the gentle approach and natural consequences. I'm struggling though with how to start this with my daughter. How do I set limits appropriately I see her trying to garner reactions from me throwing food off her tray trying to rip a painting off the wall. And her playroom biting things, she knows or not food. I constantly reinforce that. We quote, only put food in our mouth, unquote. I'm feeling exhausted already. And I know the hard stuff is only beginning any advice for how to start implementing your strategies and approaches with a young child. How could I have started when she was younger infant, thank you so much. Okay. Well, I wanna start off saying. Saying that I love the way this parent is thinking and these are great questions. This mother notices she's garnering reactions from me throwing food offer. Trae biting things, she knows her not food. We can see all of these activities as questions are child is asking what kind of leader, are you? How do you handle these situations with me what is allowed? How are you perceiving my behavior? He's still like me when I do these things understanding that these actions are questions can help us to get very clear on what our role is our role is to give the answers from a place of understanding that this is very healthy behavior. Children are expert learners. They're extremely compelled to want to learn about life and their place in the family and their place in their world. Where are they allowed to have power and where to somebody stop them? From doing what they're doing? And how does that look I'm gonna actually jump ahead to this mother's last question, which is how could I have started when she was younger infant the way. We start to help children develop self discipline is creating an environment that is predictable where they're safe places to play where the care is as consistent as possible. We have a routine to the day that we really will develop with our infant based on their needs and rhythms, we can break the routine, but it's easiest for children to understand boundaries and limits when they have a predictable routine for their day and Magda Gerber, my mentor recommended beginning this early it, obviously takes months to really gauge our child's rhythms and form a structure with them for their day. How long they can stay awake. And of course, that extends as they get older. When we should start getting ready for bedtime. What are the steps that happened after they wake up to they eat first than their diaper? Changed men have playtime

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