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Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | Last week

Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

"Back. I'm talking to miss K Robertson and Lisa Roberts in the book his sister roar and miss K, you just said something. I know you told me this story before, but I can't believe it. You said that your husband Phil, the duck commander, he was so bad, this is it right at the beginning of your marriage, that he threw you and the kids out of the house. He needed some peace because you were nothing but trouble, obviously. Yes, because I was preaching at this at 27. I really, you know, my Jesus and lord of my life. Before I was a small kid, I didn't exactly know what it meant, but I became a Christian, and I just, you know, I tried to suddenly say thanks and not me, but that's what we got. I was being a holy role or something. He didn't like it. So that's when he put us out and I'll never forget it was a rainy night and I had a boat swag and man three little boys piled every time we could get in a Volkswagen and we went to his brother's house and I asked his brother we stay there because feel put us out and he said only one night, only one night you can stay and I was like, okay and then I said, mind if I only one night because I didn't think I'd ever done anything to offend you and he said, hey, it's not you at all. I'm scared to fail. That's what he said. I'm scared of him. So I said, okay, so I can to the present time we live in now and went to the church, the big church that we got to. And I just told him, I said, I need help, you know? And we got in a little apartment, it was paid by what you make. And I already made 250,000 a month. So that's all I had. And me and the boys, we just prayed for him every day, and they got on the bus, probably it's called the pink buses and if you invite the neighbors, like, come, so it really helped my kids with their loss of not having their daddy. But we prayed for him. We prayed for him and then quickly to end this. He came to my work at a lunchtime, and I was coming in from lunch and my girlfriend said, oh no, there's fail and he's lucky he's laying on his steering wheel. She said, what do you think? And I said, I don't know, but I've got to face it and she said, what if what if he's got a gun in his future? I said, well, you've been watching too much. But number two is, you just watch from here and make sure nothing happens to me. So I go out there and he had been crying, and I've never seen Phil cry. You know, big tough man. You know, cry. And so he said, I'm sorry. He said, I love my family. I can't live without my family. And I just can't eat, and I can't sleep, and he said, I want you. I want you back, and I'm sorry about what I did, all those ten years and I said, Bill, this was my heart was going about a hundred miles an hour. And I said, let me tell you something. You can't do it by yourself. You've said a hundred times you were going to quit. And you didn't. And he said, well, I need to talk to somebody, and I said, well, I've got somebody lined up. It was a preacher at the church where I went. And he had this one time in the beer joint. Phil's baby sits your body men there, and he talked to film 5th day. Have you ever been drunk? And I preacher said, yes, I have. He said, but not lightly, and he said, no Phil, not since I come to Jesus.

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Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | Last month

Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

"What is the sleeper issue? Is it fracking? Is it agriculture? Is it the water of Lake Erie that the other states want? What is the sleeper issue that national people like me who don't get back to the Buckeye state often enough are talking about? You know, more and more I'm hearing about energy. I was with a group of people last night, Ohio is a huge manufacturing state. People are starting to really recognize that our energy policies are not only failing us economically, but failing us in a national security standpoint. Ohioans, we've had over 80,000 Ukrainians here. They recognize that. Joe Biden's policies to make us energy policies that are attacking our oil and gas industry. We have over 250,000 jobs here in Ohio related to the oil and gas industry. So people are waking up to our energy policies that the Democrats have failed us on.

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John Lott: At Least 250,000 Excess Votes Were Cast in 2020 Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:35 sec | Last month

John Lott: At Least 250,000 Excess Votes Were Cast in 2020 Election

"But anyway, getting to this study, here's the summary, at least 255,000 excess votes were cast in the 2020 presidential election across. This is important. The 6 battleground states. Isn't that amazing? Like I told you, 44 states. Biden underperformed. He didn't even do as well as Hillary Clinton and Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump. So Joe Biden performed worse than Hillary Clinton. No one was enthused about Joe Biden. No one. Not even Democrats. If they're being, if they're being honest.

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Mike Graham Describes How the Journalism Industry Has Devolved

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Mike Graham Describes How the Journalism Industry Has Devolved

"Mike, you have this almost unique experience. Because you're not just a media professional from one country. You've done it here in America. You've been massively successful being this. You know, one man why a service for the globe before you came back to the UK and then started you also talk radio program. Let's drill down here a bit on what's happened. Because as a kid growing up in West London, you know, I'd love a news junkie. I was listening to LBC radio as a kid, you know, Adrian love at midnight as an 8 year old and my little transistor I'd buy the you know I'd pick up the Evening Standard coming home from school on the tube on the subway. That media doesn't exist anymore. Back then, you know, if you said the word journalist, it wasn't necessarily pejorative, and it was actually a trade. I mean, you knew stuff, you worked your ass off, the unions were problem, but you had a skill set and you were challenging the establishment. Yes, the BBC was always lefty. I get it. But it was a skill set. It wasn't just, here's a typewriter right stuff. Today, a snotty nose 21 year old is given a Gmail account and a search engine and they're allegedly a journalist. Will you walk us through you as a first hand witness? What has happened to your industry mic? Well, you're absolutely right. I mean, the BBC was always slightly left leading, but it was never so obviously biased, as it is now. You know, when I grew up watching people like Richard baker reading the news, you know, these were people like sort of Walter Cronkite, you know, they were respected and you could believe everything that they said. And that now has kind of changed. Now we have a guy called Hugh Edwards who makes 750,000 pounds a year. Now, I know that his dwarfed by some of the salaries over there. But he took a 250,000 pound pay cut and thought we should be grateful that he'd done it because he was apparently saving us all some money. That's paid for by the taxpayer. That's our money. Right, because if you don't buy a BBC television license, you can actually go to prison. It's the only tax which immediately sends you to jail if you don't

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85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

"Peter McCullough with Joe Rogan saying that 85% of deaths attributed to COVID-19 could have been prevented with early treatment. Play cut 38. I testified in the U.S. Senate, November 19th, 2020, I told Americans under oath, that 50% of the lives at that time could have been saved. We are at about 250,000 deaths. Based on what I do, I then testified on March 10th, 2021 in the Texas Senate. Sworn testimony, I upped 85% of the deaths could have been avoided. We know that, because we carried out studies we did one with Procter and douse Fort Worth, where we demonstrated that even the early primordial protocols before the monolith coronal antibodies when we used drugs in combination, were associated with 85% reductions in hospitalizations and deaths compared to fair compared to our groups in for death we used the trichina area in DFW averages age adjusted. How often do you hear that on your mainstream news? 85% reduction in deaths, hospitalizations, and what he's saying is exactly what we've been saying. Ivermectin Z PAC, zinc, IVs, aspirin, potential oxygen supplement, vitamin D and if necessary, monoclonal antibodies. Imagine

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"250,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"250,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Security issues. Around this. I would say. Now tesla's say that all video is encrypted end to end from them to you they can't see it and yeah that's obviously not true because if there's a crash or an accident then then authorities federal bodies in the us because data is stored on us soil can say i think any around the world as well than breach until authorities crash. Investigators can often put a legal request into tesla. I don't if drivers tell me. Tesla fans can drivers right to test or and say i had a crash. insurance company. needs it police data and they'll send you a log of what was uploaded to the mothership. Plenty of people put videos on youtube right. So it's like. Oh i got this from tessler off to the crash so them saying it's all encrypted end to end. They can't see the footage. I i don't know how those two things come together but please explain if i'm missing something because tesla do send people the footage from the car but either way they're saying hey we can't see it joined put people's minds at rest and also elon. Musk adding onto it. Twitter that you can talk through the cars external speaker as well which she could play in pranks on people that way. You gotta have premium can activity ten bucks a month off the free. Trial runs outs To access this feature an offering to the verge in the show notes if you want to read more but just br. This is what tesla do like the minute. You know that. It's there. And the actually i could if i owned a test orchid crack open my app and immediately look around it insecure for security reasons. You think that that's obvious old to that like my house does it. I have an app to get to the security cameras my house in my garden. Of course my. I should do it but until someone invents. It seems obvious right. Well most story and general motors will finish off today and they say they can absolutely catch tesla in the us by twenty twenty-five the ceo and chair. Mary barra telling cnbc yesterday. She said an influx of new products and new hama. That's coming the new cadillac. Lyric new.

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"250,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

06:08 min | 7 months ago

"250,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"I aka making sure they are electric. And all the right places. The new f-series truck plot in tennessee. The new battery plot in kentucky and kenneth tennessee for instance on the battery plans taking the company's annual capacity in the us at least over a million units story The story with this wellm ready is for doubling yearly production volume for the upcoming f. One fifty lightning. So that's a huge news or confirmed you know. Maybe you could say that. Their initial targets were a little bit low. Their initial capacity was a little bit low But fantastic that doubling that first year production volume. But they're still you know one hundred hundred eighty thousand one hundred and fifty thousand protas. you know. They're still stacked up for a good couple of years. They call the exceptional customer. Demand at ford said it will record a gain on their investment in riven as well because of course along with amazon big investor driven if review do go public with an ipo the kind of values that are being talked about that as a mega payday for their investors and that includes amazon and that does include four. Hey we mentioned driven. Let's move onto this next story. A korean battery equipment makers Celebrating after securing a series of contract wins to supply key equipment to riviera riven. Gonna stop making their own batteries from twenty twenty three now. Korean battery equipment makers expected to expand their position with anyone that wants to make their own cells so they using equipment bought from korea and the equipment makers of one oldest full the riven plants Equipments and major company selected as the final supplies. So that plot is moving ahead. Veridian wanting to own more of that s- get more control over that vertical integration. That works so well. For the likes of tesla and b. y. day nervion aims to produce their own batteries from two thousand twenty three They want to use pragmatic batteries in the The vehicles they also the square-shaped cans characterized by great your ability according to eighteen years dot com up to that story in the show nights. Let's talk about a great story. I love seeing stuff like this and this is the front cover of time. Magazine and time magazine chose who to put on the cover of this month's issue and that would be a lady linda ziying. She's the chief engineer. The ford f. One fifties lightning project took on the project three years ago and some might say it was an impossible job in just three years rolling out a very reasonably priced starting at forty thousand dollar pure electric version of the most popular vehicle in the us and try and remind all keep all of those f. one fifty loyalists on board. Which i believe they already have on time. Dot com says that our automotive roots go deep have father a chinese immigrant. Who brought to the. Us as a child used to research transmissions for ford and she herself has made might have business to china and jolo's expectations within a big company. Like ford about how to generate power for electric vehicles and who designs.

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Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

TED Radio Hour

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge

"Water as liquid oxygen is used as a water purifier. The Orlando Utilities Commission says it uses liquid oxygen is a disinfectant and also to remove hydrogen sulfide, which is not harmful bit causes a rotten egg smell. The utility says it's within about a week of running out of liquid oxygen and is asking customers to avoid activities like watering their yards and washing their cars for several weeks. You see, says Reclaimed water is not affected. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says the city will turn off water features at its parks. He acknowledges the dramatic nature of the request, but says the action is needed. You see as the state's second largest municipal utility, serving some 250,000 customers in central Florida for NPR news. I'm Amy Green in Orlando to England, preparing for the first direct hurricane landfall in 30 years. The National Hurricane Center's Andy Lado says Tropical Storm on re will likely gain hurricane status

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Icelandic Hot Dog Stand and Signing Your Name 250,000 Times

The Anthropocene Reviewed

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Icelandic Hot Dog Stand and Signing Your Name 250,000 Times

"In the summer of two thousand eight. My wife sarah. And i traveled to europe with another couple. Our friends laura and ryan. I like laura and ryan a lot but one thing you need to know is that they are the sort of people who really try to suck the marrow out of life and make the most of their brief flicker of consciousness and all that stuff. This is very different from my style of traveling wherein i most of the day psyching myself up to do one thing visit a museum perhaps and the rest of the day recovering from the only event on my itinerary. The trip took us from denmark. Sweden and then on to iceland a small and mostly rocky island nation in the north atlantic. That attracts tourists primarily by offering free stopovers to anyone who flies iceland's national airline. Iceland air. I was interested in visiting iceland partly because i have a longstanding fascination with tiny nations and partly because my publisher jewish strauss gable had told me she loved this one hot dog stand in iceland called bayern's be to answer the trips to sweden and denmark had been lovely there were smorgasbords and museums but the highlight had been an evening spent with ryan's swedish relatives. Who lived on the shores of some vast lake in the swedish wilderness. They welcomed us to their home and proceeded to get us blisteringly unprecedentedly. Drunk on sweden's national wicker bronfman. I do not often drink to excess. Because i have an intense fear of hangovers but i made an exception. That evening ryan's relatives taught us swedish drinking songs. And they taught us how to eat pickled herring and my glass kept getting filled with bronwyn until it lasts the eighty year. Old patriarch of the family stood up and spoke his his first english words of the evening and now the sauna

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Dallas County has given out more than 250,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses

The Dallas Morning News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas County has given out more than 250,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses

"Dallas county officials celebrated giving their two hundred and fifty thousand dose of the covid nineteen vaccine at fair park yesterday. A major milestone for the once troubled site that seems to have found it stride. Judge clay jenkins the county's chief executive who also led the effort at fair park said small daily improvements by team that includes local fire departments. The us army coast guard. The federal emergency management agency and toyota have paid off. Federal officials have been at fair park since february. Twenty fourth as part of the biden administration's effort to increase vaccine distribution too vulnerable populations changes to the site include splitting up entrances for people getting their first or second dose moving checkpoints and improving the digital reservation system. Today was better than yesterday. But not as good as tomorrow jenkins said. We're going to continuously improve until everyone who wants a shot gets one

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Dallas County Celebrates 250K COVID-19 Vaccinations At Fair Park

Ernie Brown

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas County Celebrates 250K COVID-19 Vaccinations At Fair Park

"Covert vaccination side of Dallas is fair Park has administered more than 250,000 shots to mark the milestone. Dallas County Commissioner Teresa Daniel sink hundreds of the volunteers who worked at the site every day. Want to has been learned. All of these people. To provide public health. To the residents of Dallas County is just phenomenal. Is this fair park site is run by FEMA and Dallas County.

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How to See the Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C., This Year

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

How to See the Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C., This Year

"To see the D C. Cherry blossoms this year. You can see them, though, without leaving home. Absolutely gorgeous. Catherine Townsend, president and CEO of the trust for the National Mall, says they have to live Webcams this year Bloom Cam which gives you a look at the time. It'll Basin from afar and Bud Cam, which gives you a close up of some fully open flowers. A lot of people are checking him out. Now we're seeing an uptick because of the peak blooms. Last year, the blooms brought in 750,000 viewers. People from 10,000 cities we had over 160 countries, she says. With 250,000 viewers so far this year, they're on track to see the same numbers this time around. You can see the cameras right now. On the W T o p app Mic Morello w T o p

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Explaining Biden's Tax Plan

Gil Gross

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Explaining Biden's Tax Plan

"Biden administration agenda. He has several tax proposals, and so there will be increases on income tax, especially for the those making over the middle income range all the way up to the high income earners. He is going to do away with pretax contributions to 41 case. It looks like And make you report all of that on your 10 40 tax return, And then he's going to give you a credit for people making more than the average American that is going to cost you tax because the tax credit is not going to be the same amount that you would have had. Had you been able to this put in the pre tax dollars in the higher tax brackets, Okay? The capital gain. Tax rates are gonna double and he's going to do away with the step up in basis on long term capital gains. That would mean if you inherited a million dollar rental property that your folks bought 30 years ago for 250,000. And it doubled the 500,000 and 15 years and that 500,000 doubled to a million and another 15 years and you inherited and you sell it for a million won under the trump tax. Cuts, you would only have to pay 20% in federal capital gain tax on 100,000 What you sold it for over above what it was worth when you inherited it. Now there is still a surtax for Obamacare. What is it 2.8% of whatever on then you have many states will charge a capital gain tax rate to so many people pay more like 28%, or 30% in capital gains rates between the federal and state. Well. Biden wants to increase that upto ordinary income rates of 39.6% from 20%. So that's almost double. But you do away with the step up in basis. That means if you inherited that million dollar rental property from your folks You're gonna have to pay tax on the entire gain. And at 40%, you're gonna pay 400,000 instead of 20,000 and tax. So these are the things that are taking place and also the estate tax. He's going to take that from about 40% of toe 67% and probably lower the threshold when you start paying that tax. Heaven forbid he doesn't take it down all the way to the million where Hillary Clinton wanted to take it back down to, But many states will tax you on what you leave behind as an inheritance on every dollar over a million bucks, Okay? So folks taxes will likely be going up to cover a lot of these various initiatives that Joe Biden wants to implement. So this is where

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Atlanta Metro Area Vaccine Supply To Increase, Judges And Courtroom Staff Now Eligible

Clark Howard

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta Metro Area Vaccine Supply To Increase, Judges And Courtroom Staff Now Eligible

"Around the state tomorrow, more Georgians are now eligible to receive it. Judges and courtroom staff are now added to the list of those eligible to receive the covert vaccine is one way to resume trials and address the backlog of cases, Governor Brian Kim says. For those who are having trouble finding the vaccine in the metro area, the state has and will continue to reallocate doses to meet the differences in demand. We're seeing geographical. He does expect more doses from the Biden administration by March, 29th says it Lee. 250,000 doses already given have not been reported due to a data glitch. Satar Parish 95.5

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Captain Kate McCue on Getting Ready to Set Sail Safely

Eye on Travel

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Captain Kate McCue on Getting Ready to Set Sail Safely

"Florida captain It's a year later, since you and I spoke, it's a year later, since your last revenue cruise the Centers for Disease Control basically had a no sale order in place, which they were they lifted conditionally at the end of October. But they're about 75 different things that every cruise liner every cruise ship has to do before they can cruise again. Tell me the kind of stuff you're doing now, You know, you mentioned getting the ship shipshape. But this is a different kind of definition of ship shape, isn't it? That's right. And we have a healthy male panel that was formed with experts. Short side. And this is an evolving process. So every time you know the CDC has an advancement or or new requirement, they are working that into our healthy sales are healthy Male panel is working that into the healthy sale plan and right now where we are is and we're waiting for Phase two, which is approval to have these mock cruises, and I have to say When the idea of the Mark Cruises was introduced to the public, you know, 250,000 people almost instantly signed up to volunteer to go on these cruises. So when we have that green light, we will start manning our ships. With the appropriate member crew members because that's going to be an incredible repatriation effort to the ship because our crew members come, for example, from this liberty edge. On from 75 different countries. So you know, clearing people from from all of these countries and also once they get to whichever ship it is, there's quarantine currently involved. There's PCR testing for Cove it involved So there's there's quite a bit but this healthy failed plan on panel is they're adapting to what we're finding is as new changes come from the CDC. And what are you doing for the physical planet? You're changing ventilation floor plans. Are you changing dining hours or entertainment venues?

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Texas Expecting Over 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Next Week

WBAP Morning News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Expecting Over 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Next Week

"No more than 6.3 million doses of Corona virus vaccine. Another million doses will be arriving year next week. According to W. B. A. P s. My trainer facilities all across the state are gonna benefit. The federal government plans to send 200,000 doses directly to federally qualified health centers and pharmacies. The new single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine will also be included in the shipment with almost 250,000 doses for Texans. 234 of this state's 254 counties will receive shipments of the coal bed 19 vaccine.

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U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000

Pat Walsh

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000

"S surpassing 500,000 covert 19 death Just 34 days since it passed 400,000. It took just 96 days for the US to double its death toll from 250,000 to today's 500. U. S death toll now about 3/4 of the number of recorded deaths from the 1918 influenza pandemic at the White House. We fighting this pandemic for so long, we have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow. President Biden, pausing to remember the losses, reminding Americans the stats. Represent real people in families.

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New York City Is Days Away From Running Out of Covid Vaccines

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Is Days Away From Running Out of Covid Vaccines

"Are warning that vaccine supplies are running dry. What's happening? Let's let's start with you, friend. Well about 500,000 people listed. He have gotten vaccines on, but 60,000 Stover them were first doses Think you really start to sputter, though Mayor De Blasio says the city is going to run out of vaccine by the end of the week, is calling on Governor Cuomo to release doses held in reserve. What the governor says The state's supplies is expiring, too. It'll get about 250,000 more doses next week's, but that's what it received this week it was hoping to increase that, as it has in previous weeks. The governor's seems to be saying there's barely enough to keep pace maybe catch up with some of the people who faced cancelations, but we're still having trouble keeping up with demand. On, he said. At the current rate it will take until the summer just to vaccinate the very first few groups of eligible people that health care, public safety transit workers, the teachers, the elderly and so on.

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"250,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Whoa! Are an I Heart radio station. We've got 44 degrees at five o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney president elect buying this afternoon, saying he's confident his administration can administer 100 million shots during his 1st 100 days in office. But he says to do that federal vaccination sites have to be brought online. That's where we're going to harness. The full resource is of the federal government to established Thousands of community vaccination centers. On my first day in office always struck the federal Emergency Management agency FEMA. Began setting up the first of these centers, Abidin says. By the end of his first month in office, 100, such federally supported vaccination centers will be in operation. But there is still the question of supply. Vaccine shortages abound, including in New York. Well, Governor Cuomo didn't have a reason, but says the 300,000 weekly first dose is arriving in New York will now be down to 250,000 for next week. With millions of New Yorkers eligible is already a backlog. We are now scheduling appointments. Through the distribution mechanism. 14 weeks in advance, and most of the distributors are already fully booked. Meanwhile, Cuomo is quite pleased to see the Corona virus positivity rates steadily dropping in the past week or so, following a post holiday surge. It's now just over 6% of the state. I'm Scott Pringle. Double the O R. News. The security continues to build in Washington, D C ahead of Wednesday's inauguration and nine days after the mob assault on the Capitol building. The FBI says more than 100 arrests have been made of people who took part in last Wednesday. Violence in the search for more suspects. Capitol tours are being closely looked at Capitol Police confirmed They're investigating the tours after nearly three dozen congressional Democrats said they witnessed an extremely high number of outside groups in the complex on January 5th the FBI, Stephen Don't wanna suggested federal agents are investigating two We're looking at every piece. This part of the House Democrats said the tours were a noticeable and concerning departure from pandemic procedures that had limited visitor's. Some on the tours, the Democrats said appeared to be associated with the Trump rally that preceded the riot. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS, New York vice president Pence has reportedly phone vice president elect Kamila Harris to offer his congratulations.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis gives update on Florida COVID-19 vaccinations

The Ben Ferguson Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis gives update on Florida COVID-19 vaccinations

"More more shots shots into into arms. arms. Governor Governor de de Santa Santa said said Sunday Sunday that that about about 250,000 250,000 senior senior citizens citizens in in Florida. Florida. Had Had gotten gotten a a Corona Corona virus virus vaccine. vaccine. Our Our priority priority is to provide vaccinations for 65 up our senior citizens, he said. The state uses several avenues to distribute vaccines amid complaints that its rollout goes to slowly. The

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Florida Expects to Receive 250K More Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine in Next Week

Florida Roundtable

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Expects to Receive 250K More Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine in Next Week

"Health health officials officials reported reported over over 15,000 15,000 new new covert covert 19 19 cases cases on on Saturday Saturday Florida Florida expecting expecting to to receive receive an an additional additional 250,000 250,000 doses doses of of the the corona corona virus virus vaccines vaccines within within the the next next week. week. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Governor Governor Ron Ron Just Just Santa's Santa's said said the the state state is is now now averaging averaging about about 40,000 40,000 shots shots per per day day and and is is prepared prepared to to increase increase that number when the state gets more supplies from the federal government.

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"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"King of Beef from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Saturday saw the most coronavirus cases in a single day in the United States since the pandemic began over 299,000. Were reported Those numbers could be impacted by states reporting numbers differently around the holidays. But as the situation unfolds, ABC is Trevor also is the vaccination process is moving forward and not without some speed bumps. Operation warp speed hitting major speed bumps. Vaccine doses going unused at risk of expiring as the public is clamoring for shots. The line at Florida's Flagler County Fairgrounds forming at 5 A.m. five hours before opening the same scene playing out in Houston, the Health Department's registration phone line crashing offering 750 doses. They got 250,000 phone calls. CDC says 4.2 million people have gotten their first dose of the vaccine. The goal was 20 million by the end of 2020. Today. New members of Congress will be sworn in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to win. Another term is speaker but a dozen Republican senators and senators electors, saying they will object to affirming Joe Biden's election when later in the week unless the commission on Voter Fraud is formed. A B C's Alice for Shay says it won't change the outcome. The group joined Senator Josh Holly and upwards of 140 House conservatives who also plan to object the growing Republican support of the president's efforts to overturn an election he lost. Has drawn criticism. It's also put pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is publicly acknowledged Biden as president elect. So today, I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. ABC News, learning that in a private call with his caucus, McConnell said the January 6 vote will be the most consequential of his life. But McConnell also urge senators to vote their conscience. Today in Iraq ceremony marking a years since a U. S drone strike killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, You're listening to ABC News do now. Here's what's happening.

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"250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Barr, Tom Lisa John Thank you very much visor and beyond. Tech said they plan to file today for an emergency use authorization that could allow their covert 19 vaccine to be used in the US next month. The U. S drug maker and its German partners said earlier this week that a final analysis of clinical trial data show that shot was 95% effective at preventing the disease. Company said in a statement. The filing with the FDA could permit the back seen to be administered to high risk populations in the U. S by the middle to the end of December. Yesterday, the White House coronavirus Task Force held its first briefing for reporters in months as cases in the US continue to skyrocket and the death toll past a quarter of a million earlier this week. Dr Anthony Fauci. We're not talking about shutting down the country. When I'm talking about locking down we're talking about intensifying the simple public health measures that we all talk about. Mask wearing Stating distance. Avoiding congregate settings. Vice President Mike Pence and then we're rounding the corner with the pandemic. The World Health Organization recommended against using Gilead Sciences room disappear to treat hospitalized over 19 patients less than a month after US regulators granted the drug a speedy approval. Experts said in the BMJ medical journal that there is currently no evidence that it improves survival to a Michigan stop. Lawmakers is set to meet with President Trump the White House today. It raises concerns that they may step in and choose electors to overrule the will of the people. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts. More than 100 20 countries on Michael Barr, This is Bloomberg. The way the Federal Reserve has been approaching. The, uh, dealing with dollar hasn't I think has been in a positive direction. Our interest rates as low as they have been in modern history on D. I think that is a positive thing. President elect Joe Biden that on the economy, the dollar failed federal service. Well, you could now that didn't I don't think there's much conviction.

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"250,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And around the state at an exponential speed. Staff already exhausted after nine months of physical, mental and emotionally exhausting battle, he says one in five patients hospitalized with covert 19 will die from the virus in Illinois. Today, the state is reporting 14,612 new cases in 168 death, the highest since May. For the first time since July, the White House coronavirus Task Force How the briefing today Here's Vice President Mike Pence. We've continued to be on the same mission we've been on throughout the course of this year, and that is to save American lives to work every day. Toward that day that we put the coronavirus in the past, he reaffirmed. The Trump administration does not support a lockdown or keeping kids out of school. Also today, President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris meeting with governors about the pandemic, Harris says governors play a critical role of will have a partner in the White House to stop the spread of covert 19. We talked about what we need to do to make free testing available for everyone. Make a free vaccine available for everyone and to get this pandemic under control. The U. S death toll from the virus surpassed 250,000 on Wednesday for more Democrats have come forward, saying they will not vote to keep Mike Madigan and his role of House Speaker come January Republican House minority later Jim Durkin says Madigan doesn't have the support he needs to hold US leadership position like Mad again. The Wolf received no support from any Republican To be able to hit his threshold of 60. I can guarantee you that we're done with Mike Madigan. At his daily briefing, Governor Pritzker seemed to hint that lawmakers should find a replacement for mad again. Chicago Police Department. The superintendent and the city of Chicago are being sued by 60 protesters. They claim there was racially motivated police violence during demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's death in the protests of the Columbus statue in Grant Park demand, Williams claims he was attacked by officers near the statue slammed on my hair onto asphalt was being with batons repeatedly on but to be detained, and to have my my hands arrested. I had a knee Nude in my neck, very similar to the procedure that killed George Fluid Mayor Life Photo is not named in the lawsuit. They say her name could eventually be added, You may have a few extra dollars for Christmas this year. The price of a Thanksgiving dinner is the lowest in a decade. A new report shows a Turkey day feast for 10 will cost an average of $47 this year. That's down from $49 in 2019, WGN SPORTS Here's Andy Maser always cancel the first three games of its men's basketball season and paused all team activities after members of the Graham tested positive for Corona virus. The identities of those with positive tests have not been revealed. The blue demons were set to open the season November 25th against Chicago, a state November 28th game against Alcorn State and the Northern Illinois game on December. 3rd have also been canceled season without served begin on December 6th against Iowa State less than two weeks out from MBA training camps opening, the newest Bulls player will have to get up to speed quickly. Patrick Williams joining the team. After being taken with the fourth overall pick in last night's NBA draft. 60 Williams Power forward played one season at Florida State. The Bulls have also reportedly signed undrafted Kansas Guard divide Dotson Dotson, a Chicago native who grew up Idol that idolizing Derrick Rose. Warriors guard play. Thompson tore his Achilles tendon in a pickup game yesterday in Southern California, is expected to miss the upcoming season The pairs of place kick returner Dwayne Harris on the injured reserve today with an undisclosed injury. The Eagles are reportedly set the sign free agent running back former Baer and former Eagle Jordan Howard to their practice squad. Thursday night Football Tonight has Arizona facing Seattle. Both of those teams come in with a record of 16 3 and in conjunction with new covert guidelines going into effect here in the state of Illinois tomorrow. The idea just say board issued guidance, though, to pause all winter sports activities by the same day. That's tomorrow the board would visit the status. Winter sports after update discussion coming up on December 2nd I'm Andy Maser, WGN sports And now the W G. M forecast. We'll see mostly cloudy skies for this Friday. The high temperature up to about 58 degrees, certainly less breezy on Friday. Then in the Saturday we'll have a high temperature of 47 low pressure approaches from the West. That means a chance for rain later in the day Sunday, rain's gonna be likely It'll be cloudy, also high temperature 46 mid forties again for Monday under mostly sunny conditions with rain on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday. WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. Your money on w G m The Dow closed up 44 points today. Nesic up 103 the S and P 500 up 14 points. I'm Kim Gordon on Chicago's very own 7 20 w g N high FBC Thursday is one wild night attention residents and secure all your doors and windows first on an all new station, 19..

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"250,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On ways to have a safe fulfilling holiday. Two hours of discussion. We hope you'll listen and participate has questions on forum today. 9 to 11. On members supported K Q B D public radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 FM in Sacramento. Areas of cloud dense, fog Bay area later today. Some sun hi's upper fifties to the mid sixties. Our forecast It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Rachel Martin. We have said the words grim milestone so many times over the past eight months on this program. And yet, here we are Once more the number this time 500,000 people in this country have died from the coronavirus. A quarter of a million people. Each digit in that number of life now gone their loved ones now grieving. Collective loss is hard to measure. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein joins us now, Rob. Good morning. Can you help us wrap our minds around the scale of 250,000 lives lost? You know, Rachel each one of these terrible new milestones is so big. They can start to feel incomprehensible. So I've been struggling to find a way to put such a terrible tragedy into some kind of context. It's hard, but 250,000 deaths is about five times the number of U. S troops killed in combat in Vietnam. It's nearly five times the number of Americans who died in combat in World War one. And it's getting close to the 291,000 Americans who perished in four years of fighting Your World War two. I talked about this with Dr Howard Marquel. He's a medical historian at the University of Michigan. There has been no experience in American history in the last century that has caused this much carnage, No war, no natural disaster and no infectious disease pandemic With the exception of the 1918 1919 flu pandemic, the CDC says the 1918 flu killed about 675,000 people in the United States. But the official U. S death toll from the Corona virus is believed to be a gross underestimate the true tolls, probably already tens of thousands of deaths higher. And then there are so many other people who survived. Suffered horrible illness, many of whom are still recovering and may never fully recover. And the official death toll is believed to be an underestimate care in this country. Isn't that right? Yeah, that's that's right, Rachel and you know, and there's so many other people who survived but suffered horrible illness, many of whom are still recovering and made never fully recover. So you've been talking to doctors, public health experts? I mean, for months on end, what do they say about this moment? You know, they're just heartbroken and frustrated. You know, when 100,000 lives were lost back in May they hoped it would be a wake up call and when 200,000 lives were lost in September We hoped it would finally set off alarms like you know, some sort of declaration of war. But now here we are. Let's listen to Dr Carlos Del Rio. He's an infectious disease, doctor it Emory University. Just none of us start. It would happen and it just makes me incredibly sad because those are Not numbers. Those are people. Those are persons. They have names. They have families. They have friends and the death toll is just Staggering. And you know, one of the most frightening things about this is if you look at what's happening right now, the worst could yet be still to come. So let's talk about that. What does that mean? Practically speaking. I mean, obviously more cases higher Death toll. You know, Rachel, it's just terrifying. The virus is running rampant from coast to coast more than 150,000 new infections or being reported every day. More than 1200. New deaths are being reported day after day. It's like several jumbo jets crashing every day. So doctors air literally pleading.

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"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Sir. Appreciate it. We will talk to you coming up in an hour. Okay. 7 12. Now on NewsRadio. 6 10 wi ony. Let's start with the bad news and finish with the good news, Alarmist Gnome or just his doctor Anthony Fauci predicted back in March. The United States death toll from the coronavirus yesterday surpassed 250,000 with No end in sight. Experts predicting our country will soon see 2000 deaths a day or more. And then our current death toll could double if efforts aren't made to contain the virus locally first 7925 newly confirmed cases of coded to go with another 87 newly reported deaths in Florida are official death toll stands at 17,949. Statewide daily positivity rate was 8.16 and South Florida, 7.88 and Broward 9.21 in Miami Dade County. Hospitalizations continue a very slow increase. Now, more than 3300 people statewide hospitalized No, no real major surge locally. We're also not seeing a significant surgeon deaths anywhere in the state of this point. Nationally, things were different when the 172,000 new covert cases across the country to go with more than 1900 reported deaths yesterday, many states enacting new restrictions and hopes of getting the current outbreak under control. And despite What we're seeing across parts of the country and claims during the presidential race. Otherwise, one of president elect Biden's top covert advisors, says, quote A national lockdown or shut down is not On the table. Dr Celine Gounder and infectious disease specialist at Bellevue Hospital, said the consensus of the advisory board for the president elect is that we do not Neither national lockdown think the term lockdown is sort of coronavirus control 1.0. It's sort of like an on and off light switch, and we've learned a lot over the last several months where we could be much more targeted where we have now a dimmer switch. So to speak. Where we can target are our measures based on ZIP code on place on population That's most Highly at risk down there, Speaking on Fox News Channel said there are more effective ways to control the renewed spread of covert 19. Chief Among them are targeted restrictions on what she called human mobility, targeting specific areas with the worst outbreaks and spread. So instead of closing all Jim's, they're closing indoor classes and gyms. And if the gym can ensure good ventilation and distancing and people are wearing masks, they can still go and work out on their own in the gym. In terms of schools. We've learned that Children who are under the age of 12 are far less likely to transmit that are older Children. And so as long as you don't have really widespread community transmission, you can close in person learning learning for high school and college students, but keep it open for younger students. So these air restrictions these air not full lockdowns, and they really should be determined by the local epidemiology in a particular area, so no national lockdown as some of the people Will warned us about from the Biden campaign. Should the president should the president elect have won her comments match with several of the experts we've had on the show in recent weeks and with Biden's advisory board co chair, Dr Vivek Murthy Here's the problem. There are those targeted lockdowns taking place mayors. Governors are making those decisions themselves and it's November. Restaurants and diners not going to be able to set up tents outside so they could have outdoor dining where indoor dining is banned again. So what do you do for those tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of businesses across the country. That's a problem. That's just one of the types of things that will end up forcing the public to rise up and say Enough is enough. If you do foresees lockdowns locally, not nationally. Now. Some of the good news, Fizer now says it will apply for its emergency. You thought you saw the authorization for its reported 95% effective vaccine tomorrow. That review expected to take 2 to 3 weeks once they get approval, they're expected to rule out as many as 50 million doses of the vaccine by the end of this year, 1.3 billion doses next year. Floridians, by the way, will be among the first to benefit from the vaccine hospitals in Miami. Hollywood, Orlando and Tampa announced yesterday. They'll be among the first getting those vaccine doses as early as next month. 7 16 on news radio 6 10 W Y O D Let's check in with Rory O'Neill. He's got a look at what's trending a wi LD dot com or Well, Manny Cove. It is doing another thing. It's making the music industry very, very sick. In the UK experts believe their business in the music industry will drop by 50%. That's because there are no concerts, no music festivals. It's a £3 billion hit to the British economy. UK music releasing its annual music by numbers report it shows the music business was growing by 11% last year. Now it's gonna be cut in half the music business employs about 200,000 people just in the UK Tens of thousands could soon be losing their jobs. We've got more in the report posted on Jimmy's Page w Y o D con Man. What a year. It's been All right, Rory. Thank you very much coming up in our next segment will speak with our travel editor Peter Greenberg, all the latest you need to know about cruising, flying and traveling during the pandemic on NewsRadio, 6 10 w. Y o D. This holiday.

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"250,000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Than 250,000. People in the U. S have died from covert 19 in less than 10 months in the new rise in cases, prompting some governors to re imposed restrictions in Minnesota beginning Friday night in person social gatherings with people outside the household are prohibited. Bars and restaurants will go to take out only gyms will close an adult and use sports will be paused. It's not easy, and it's not fair. It is a sacrifice that we need to make. Governor Tim Walz says. The pause is scheduled to last four weeks in an effort to keep essential workers from getting sick. While says he's nervous about the number of health care workers that are ill. They went and spent time in a restaurant or they were close to someone for too long, a period of time. That's where they're getting it, and then they're taking it in schools can still hold in person instruction if feasible. Rob Dawson Fox near your city, reverting to all remote learning Starting tomorrow, a school's hit a 3% infection rate. No one is happy about this decision. We all in fact, are feeling very sad about this decision, Mayor Bill de Blasio says of infection rates go down, the city will work as quickly as possible to get kids back in class in Denver, all schools will begin revote learning Monday and that will continue for the rest of the year. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is advising people to have Thanksgiving dinner on Lee with people in your own household. The more people you get together, the greater the risk, the less likely you're going to be able to be social distance, the less likely people will comply with wearing mess if you could do it outside. If you're gonna have a gathering outside is better if you're going to be indoors. Have is much ventilation is possible. Open the windows as much as you can. But he says there is light at the end of the tunnel, possibly referring to progress on to vaccines. One from Fizer, one from Odierno that have shown their Maura than 90% effective. America is listening to Fox News. W A B C traffic in transit. It's slow on the cross Bronx Expressway westbound between the Major Deegan in the George Washington Bridge, with construction set up on the outbound, lower level in the left lane under the apartments and the right and center lanes closed on the out, found upper deck under the apartments as well. No delay at the Lincoln Tunnel. We have one outbound line of the Holland Tunnel closed alternate side parking rules in effect for Thursday into New Jersey. It's a closure for construction on the South bound truck lanes and the North bound car lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike And in Bayonne, New Jersey, a crash on 4 40 north bound approaching these 22nd street. I'm telling Rogers talk radio 77 w A. B C Judge Jeannine Pirro Cheesy all spoken hosts what everybody's talking about talking about Judge Jeannine Pirro. Geneva Bureau is dominating the headlines.

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"250,000" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"250,000 deaths from covert 19 in less than 10 months, according to Johns Hopkins University with 50,000 of those in just the last two months as more governors are putting restrictions in place to stop the spread, including in Kansas isn't our Laura Kelly Statewide order gives flexibility to counties that opted out of her previous mask mandate in July? We're gonna give them one week to put together their own. Ordnance instead of opting into our ordinance s so that they can have a little control. Kansas is rolling. Seven day average for new infections is more than nine times higher than when Kelly issued her first order. But the Democratic governor tells Fox is special Report with Brit Bear. Another lockdown is off the table. We cook some pretty drastic action at the beginning because we didn't know anything else to do. But now we do know that there are other ways to mitigate the spread of this virus. A new mask mandate takes effect the day before Thanksgiving. Steve Rapoport. Fox News in Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is shutting down bars, restaurants and gyms for a month. Starting Saturday, he says doing this now will get things back to normal sooner like going to a baseball game idea of setting in that stadium on a warm April day and watching the Twins play while you eat a hot dog and talk to your brother in law and your next door neighbor who are decked out in talking, maybe without a mask. The ability to be able to do that lies within 67 people in Minnesota died from the virus today, the highest The pandemic began. A report for the Australian military into war crimes has found evidence that elite Australian troops unlawfully killed 39, Afghan prisoners, farmers and civilians. The Australian Defense Force chief says the killings began in 2009, with the majority occurring in 2012 and 2013 19 soldiers of being recommended for criminal charges, including murder. America.

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"250,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lakeshore Drive north and South bound between Wacker Drive in Grand Avenue, Illinois. It is closed. They're doing road work on the bridge or with the Chicago River. The U. S. Post that its highest one day death toll from the coronavirus since May yesterday, But covert tracking project reports more than 1500 deaths were reported. We're also over 155,000 new infections. The project also says about 77,000 Americans have been hospitalized because of the respiratory illness, with 20 states hitting records in that category. The governors of seven Midwest states are asking their residents to take precautions and avoid any large gatherings over the Thanksgiving holiday mask up. Illinois mask up Ohio Mask up Indiana in a video online. The Republican and Democratic governors of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin say safety precautions like washing your hands and wearing a face mask are necessary. Until the cove in 19 vaccine is readily available. Mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared on MSNBC yesterday and said it's likely it'll be the middle of 2021 for a covert vaccine is widely available. Meanwhile, she says, there are things we can do. We've got to be a lean into and be diligent with the things that we know how mass social distancing limiting crowd size. We've got to just keep preaching that gospel. The Chicago Teachers Union, meanwhile, has some serious problems with the plan announced yesterday to return to classroom instruction in 2021, CTU vice president Stacy Davis Gates. Says there are some things missing from this plan returned in person learning. It's not about what we think it's what independent experts have already told us that what they have done is insufficient. For the type of safety that's necessary in the middle of a pandemic. CPS says They'll be health screenings, face coverings required and social distance between students desks. Schools will also provide access to Koba 19 tests in classrooms will also be outfitted with HEPA Air purifiers well, getting an award virtually from San Jose State University yesterday, Dr Anthony Fauci says We should be excited and reassured by the pending release of it. Least two covert vaccines could be heartened by the rapid pace of scientific progress, including Extremely encouraging data showing a high degree of efficacy for candidate covert 19 vaccines in large scale clinical trials. Never has a vaccine been developed in so short a time. A new survey, meanwhile, done in the state of New Jersey, says that the residents are fairly evenly split on whether or not they would take a covert 19 vaccine. Here's our Bob Brown Canoe survey showing four out of 10, New Jersey residents would probably were definitely not get a covert 19 vaccine. According to a Rutgers Eagleton Paul residents fluctuated and answers depending if the vaccine was first generation safe and effective or had no description at all. A majority say they're concerned about side effects from the vaccine and wanted more information. Still, some 60% of those polled said they would probably take a safe and effective vaccine. The head of Fizer says they're ready to seek emergency authorization from the FDA for their Coben vaccine. The company's CEO Albert Borland says it reached a key safety milestone and they're planning on submitting data to the FDA. This comes after an analysis shown their vaccine to be about 90% effective. Senator Lindsey Graham says he never told Georgia poll workers to toss out legal votes. South Carolina Republican briefly talked to reporters were gone in a phone call he made to brand Raffin spur GERD. He is George's secretary of state. He says the Graham wanted him to reject certain votes. No, that's ridiculous. I talked to him about how you verify signatures right now, A single person verify signatures and I suggested if you go forward, can you change it? Going into Graham. He's really worried.

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"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It's gonna be 2016 all over again. All a political scientist by training, and I go by the dynamics of these elections in terms of the enthusiasm and Donald Trump, even in Minnesota, where they're trying to block him. From your rally tonight of only 250,000 turning 50 people. Thousands show up. On Joe Biden is having a hard time drawing 100 people and their cars honking their horns. On the dynamics of the two campaigns in terms of the messages. Biden is still on Covas. 19 still having fear gotta lock down and Trump is saying we got open up weekend of economic growth. Positive messages telling people what you're going to do for them is what wins election. There've been reports all dated a jury that the cove it deaths are inflated that they're being mixed in with pneumonia, deaths, heart attacks and things like that. What are you hearing? Same thing, George and it looks like the disease is really about 90% plus survivable. On DH. I think this blocking of the hydroxide, Clara Quinn and zinc. Protocol. Dr. Zelenko was really designed to cause people to die. I hate to say that But all the evidence is that in prevention are early treatment of the disease. The simple protocol generic medication hydrochloric Quinn, medicine for over 70 years. Looks like it works to reduce the disease to cure the disease and to prevent the disease and why we're not ableto have A simple remedy..

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"250,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning Greg her shoulder Amanda Factor With coma. Morning news, Frank Legacies of the editors President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will campaign in the upper Midwest. Today's They pick up the pace of their sprints to the election day just four days away now Trump will speak at rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Biden will be in Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa, A record number of Americans have already cast their ballots. The new tally by the U. S elections Project says more than 80 million Americans voted early this year, setting the stage for the highest participation rate in over a century. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the Corona virus death toll in the U. S could be as high As 256,000 by November 1st. We'll ABC is Aaron Carter. Ski joins us right now from New York City. Aaron, What's it like there? New York City's better, But the mayor cited what he called worrisome trends as the positivity rate on a seven day rolling average has hit Something of a higher number than it's been. It was limited to pockets of ultra Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn in Queens, but now it's amore citywide phenomenon. So the mayor is certainly worried about it. Overall, Of course, New York is much better than many, many other places around the country. 43 states are seeing increases. That includes all the battle grounds except New Hampshire coming up on election day. And so the trend lines are rather warrior. Yeah, The total number from yesterday was quite a shock to see A record number of covert 19 cases, and you think about where the country was and how bad it was not only in Washington state in New York that the two kind of first and hardest hit states But that's nothing compared to where the country is. Now it's an approach is nine million covert 19 cases and ah worrying and rather depressing forecast of The possibility of 250,000 deaths before Thanksgiving. Have you seen people there in New York is sort of letting their guard down a little bit. Maybe getting a little more complacent as they get out and about You know, by and large? No, I mean it. Certainly certainly they're people that are frustrated, like anywhere about the whole mass thing. I even caught myself. You know, taking my kid to school and forgetting my mask. But you know you remember it now, like you do your wallet, your keys and your cell phone. But in other parts of the country, you know we were my colleague, Matt Gutman was in a hospital in Idaho in a hospital. And said there were five nurses at a nursing station not wearing a mask. So I think the compliance varies from place to place. The frustration level varies from place to place. And in states. Where you know the they were hit hard. I think we've seen broad compliance but also fatigue. Massachusetts has had had one of the best covert 19 responses in the country. Now cases air creeping up and the worry is small gatherings indoors as the weather gets colder. All right, Aaron. Thanks for your time this morning. Take care of maybe sees Aaron Carter See, Dr Anthony Fauci is supporting a national mask mandate. The nation's top infectious disease expert, was asked on CNBC of a national mask mandate was needed in this country, he says. Yes, if that works, let's do it felt, she said. Mask mandates are likely the on ly option to slow the spread of the virus is the rate of the new cases continues to spike across the country. Come on his time, 5 50. It's time to get to our propel insurance Money update going is selling new bonds to help repay nearly $3 billion of debt, Bloomberg reports. A person.

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"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"250,000 will pay for trucks and trailers to transport supplies to medical points of dispensing called M pods and pods are pop up clinics designed to distribute the vaccine to massive amounts of people. Nikola Gotta Hiss News 93.1. Kfbk this morning. The Food and Drug Administration has approved Ren Dous Severe, which is made by Gilead Sciences in Foster City in Northern California. Company from disappears a treatment for Corona virus. The drug has helped shorten the recovery time for some of those who have been hospitalized with covert 19, including President Trump. It will be used for covert 19 patients who are at Least 12 years old and require hospitalization. It is now the first and on ly fully approved treatment for covert 19 in the U. S. Bart's cost cutting plan may not be enough to save the company from hemorrhaging money Cave because Jordan Christmas has more on the transportation agencies. Financial troubles Art could be looking at a huge deficit in its budget officials said yesterday that the transit agency is facing a deficit of Mohr than $30 million by next summer. If they do not Seymour ridership or federal relief, the agency did say that they have enough money on hand to make it through at least the third quarter of the fiscal year. Even then, officials say that the agency will have to consider cost saving options such as early retirement incentives, way offs. Among other measures. Jordan Christmas News 93.1. Okay. The final debate, of course, is behind us. And this morning candidates heading back out to the campaign trail before Election Day. Kfbk is Mike Power reports Joe Biden is bringing out the celebrity guns with Shaquille O'Neal, famed eh NBA player in a virtual rally.

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"250,000" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Podcast for over 250,000 available to you right now, all free by downloading the I heart radio out. Here's a preview of one of our true crime podcast. That'll leave an impressive footprint Mountains, bringing Elmendorf Air Force Base. They began in Anchorage and run for hundreds of miles getting steeper, higher and glaciation between here and Juno. Search planes are flying near the coast and over Blazers on the hopes the plane detour from the flight path to sightsee. The weather has been so bad the small planes have been limited in the areas they conserved. Most of the searching has been done by the bigger air Force planes flying at 20,000 Ft. Very quick with electronic locator that may be able to pick up the beeps from the locator beacon in the missing flight. One pilot without how the weather wass in the search area. Teo Overcast for about 3000 areas up to 4500 other areas Helpful, actually turn airplane upside down quite smooth. Another so It's very unpredictable. Present Stocker Aircraft in question left Anchorage over 24 hours ago. Have you heard anything at all? You know, we have not had aircraft searching during the last 24 hours and failed to come up with any positive sightings or reports at this time. The flight plan was over 500 miles. You narrowed it down it all. No, not yet. The aircraft hadn't reported into any station along the way. Last transmission was shortly after taking off from Anchorage International. You don't feel that your search efforts so far has cut down the areas you have left to search? No, not yet. Probably. What we've done through the night is an electronic search. And they had a emergency Locator beacon on board the aircraft. And it hasn't yet made any transmissions. Whether in the search area has been bad has continued to be bad and may be a problem. For the next couple days. For my heart media. This is missing in Alaska. The story of two congressmen who vanished in 1972 and my quest to figure out what happened to them. I'm your host John Wall, Zack. Dawn broke on October 17th 1972, with much of southeast Alaska, engulfed in a swirling tempest of snow and fog. Dozens of planes and boats stood ready to search for Congressman Hale Boggs and Nick Baggage who had.

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"250,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The market goes down, and you get to luck in your gains during the up here, so that in future years At the market tanks. You locked in the gains from the previous years. For example, in 2017, we had many, many clients who locked in gains in 2017 of 16%, some locked in gains of 25%. So on a million dollars. It was great. They made a quarter of a million dollars 25%. Now, if 2018 which, by the way, 2018 wasn't horrible, but it wasn't great. 2018 let's say in a tank 40% instead of their their million dollars are in that case, a million 250,000 if they got 25% the year before. That million 250,000 just stayed locked in, okay. They didn't lose the 250 grand or any of their million that they had before. They may not have made anything in 2018. But they didn't lose. See most people Most advisors who have your money in the market, The market goes up, and then the market goes down in a gate. So much of what you earn, and that's why it took In 2008. It took until 2012 for most Americans just just make back what they lost in 2008. And that's why we call it the lost decade. Because that happened from 2003 to 2007. It took four years to make back what people lost in the three years after 9 11 1 4000 to 2003. Do you know that people following these indexing strategies They were like cheering during that time period because their million double to two million and then triple 23 million in those 12 years instead of going up, down, up down and barely up to break even again. That's what I want for you. It's called luck in and reset. You lock in your gains every single year and you reset And if the next year the economy goes up, you get to participate in the economy goes down. You do not lose what you had in the beginning of the year or any of the money you made in previous years. Do you know that most advisers when I explained this, they get this glassy eye deer in the headlights Look, because nobody's ever taught them about this thing. They keep thinking. They understand indexing because they think I'm talking about an index mutual fund. And not that just means your money is in a mutual fund subject to market volatility in the S and P 500 index mutual funds in the market. No, no, no, no. You're simply telling the insurance institution to pay you based upon that that tape measure, Okay? You're measuring was the economy upper down and they take measure we want to use is the S and P 500. We want to use the Dow Jones. We want to use Barclays. We want to use the Russell 2000. Whatever. And you can choose those and I sometimes juice four and five different end asses. And at the end of each year or two years, Whatever the the period is these air called the linking periods. Then I'm able to receive the credits based upon what I chose and people say, Well, how Khun Insurance companies afford to do that. They're big boys and girls. They're not losing anything. All they did was take the interest that you relinquished on your money, and they bought upside options at the market goes down. The options expired, worthless. If it goes up the options double and triple. They have the money to pay you. It's not how can they afford to do it? They wouldn't do it if they didn't have the wherewithal to do it. Based upon these strategies, this is so crucial, and you wouldn't believe how many Americans are missing out. Because they don't understand how to be ableto participate when the economy does well when the market is up, but not lose when the market goes down, because that's one of the three big dangers that causes retirees to outlive their money is market volatility, and that's why the financial services industry says own the average person because of buying and selling of the wrong times, Dalbar says. You're only going to average about 3.49%, and that's based on 20 year averages by the way on, so don't take out any more than 4% of your nest egg when you retire. That's pretty pathetic. I mean, that means you're going to slowly deplete your nest egg. But hopefully not before you die well on a million dollars, the financial services industry once you'd only pull out 40 grand a year. Then you have to pay tax on it because it's a tax deferred IRA or 401. K in a 25% bracket. You're not netting 40,000. You're you're 1930. Then most of those asset managers charge at least 1% asset management beyond the million bucks. That's another 10 grand. Zebulon 40,000. If you subtract the taxes and the fees you're only netting 2% or 20 grand. What if you could pull out 80,000 tax free out of a million? We have people, thousands of people doing this. 8% pay out his 80 grand a year tax free. How much better is 80,000 and 40? It's 100% more income, but after taxes and fees, how much better is 80,000 than 20,000? It's four times the income. Now, folks, I implore you to learn about this. Join us for a free educational webinar this coming Wednesday. We're going to start teaching at 12 o'clock noon. That is Pacific time. That would be one PM mountain time. Two PM central and so forth. We're going to teach for about 90 to 100 minutes, but on your seat belt, then we will follow that up with about 20 to 30 Minutes of live Q and a. Then when you register for this webinar, you'll have the opportunity to receive free copy of our most recent bestselling book, the Laser Fund over 300 pages of charts, graphs and explanation. 60 do actual client stories. But.

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"250,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"250,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Than 250,000 bikers for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. In central Indiana. A school is temporarily closing two days after opening after at least one staff member tested positive for Northeastern University public health expert believes Massachusetts should return to Phase two of re opening the director of the school's emergent Epidemics Lab Samuel Scarpino, telling the BBC TV the positive rate in the state's going in the wrong direction. The seven day weighted average is now 2.2% the highest it's spent since June. Scarpino says it's urgent act now, since it could take weeks to see the effects of any changes. He has that the state's priority should be giving K through 12 schools. A fighting chance to re open. Dr Anthony found to the country's top infectious disease expert, is warning against reopening schools in Corona virus hot spots. He spoke by video conference to New Hampshire's Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He says that if all principal should be that Children return to school, but in some areas that might not be prudent. One Indiana school, meantime, reports its first positive covert case on the first day of school, Dr Shashank Ravi from the Stanford Emergency Department, tells ABC schools are going to have to find ways to adapt and no matter what we what we do, there will always be a few cases that show up and the key is Identifying those cases as soon as possible to help isolate and limit the spread across classrooms in campuses, the doctor says. We need national policies to help limit the spread. Families of special education students are pushing to be part of discussions on reopening schools WC CEO television reporter David Shuman. With the story from Eagan, Minnesota, just south of Minneapolis. Very don't offer any hope for the services. My daughter needs Macy's non verbal, non mobile and on a feeding to school for her in the Rosemount, Apple Valley. Egon District is about speech therapy, physical therapy, socialization and literally the human contact. He thrives on that touch the touch your hand, let her know that you're there. Macy's mother, Amanda Garcia, fears what her daughter.

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