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"400 times" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"This is real news and information in the morning with Dave Williams and Amy Shandra. Good morning. It is 803 on a fine looking Tuesday morning, it is we call this The sixth of July. That's because it is the sixth of July so we can just all be on the same page to make sure that you would be weird if we all had different dates on the calendar. You know what I think today is What is that? People need to return to work here at the radio station. Oh, no, It's been so nice. Just having a handful of people around here have to wait for the elevator. You don't have to smile and say good morning to 50,000. Look, I'm not. It's not that I'm rude, but I've worked and I've worked in morning radio for a very long time. Every day, People come in being Hey, Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Hey, Good morning. Good morning. I've been here since four A.m.. I've said good morning. 400 times. So it's kind of weird if you think about that is, you know to have people back. Um, just a horrible story is our top story this morning. The holiday weekend Deadly on Lake Lewisville, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says two sisters drowned Sunday while celebrating a birthday on the lake. The women were identified by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner as 31 year old Teagan Takara Hill in 28 year old 20 demonic a broom of Dallas. Both reportedly had been thrown from a boat Sunday night around eight p.m. near pilot No park in Highland Village. Neither was wearing a lifejacket. According to officials, an investigation is underway. Kim Lampkin is K l i. F news, well known longtime state lawmaker from North Texas is calling it a career. We'll tell you who that is. Coming up after we check your traffic at 805 with right now. Traffic on the fives. Here's Bill Jackson. In Garland on 6 35 westbound at Ferguson Lanes are open. The big wreck was cleared out of the way there, but it's stop and go yet from highway eighties that's still unwinding in Dallas on 1 75 West found approaching Buckner Boulevard. Two lanes are blocked by a car fire in Arlington on Watson Road North Up on your six Flags Drive. There's an accident, so North Beach Watson Road, they're heavily backed up. It's also affecting 3 60 north beyond the traffic, taking that off ramp to get to a six Flags drive, So that's extra slow going on that ramp for the time being. In Fort Worth, the 1 21 South Beyond ramped northbound I 35 W is blocked by Ereck with CALIF traffic on the fives. I'm Bill Jackson, meteorologist Brad Barton here, North Texas were in kind of a lull between hot, dry weather west of the Rockies and fairly active.

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"400 times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So the airline industry want the Justice Department to start prosecuting disruptive passengers. There's been over 3000 cases so far this year. 13 3000. We're not even into July yet right just past the midway point of the year, although out of the 3000 something like 2300 involved people not wanting to wear masks, so the FAA is here to take Some enforcement action on about 400 passengers in the first number of months this year. They only did by the way in 2019. I think throughout the pandemic numbers, but 146 in all of 2019, already now halfway through the year, 400 times and get involved. In enforcing things against passengers. Jay Ratliff, of course, our aviation guru mornings with Mike McConnell for the airport updates and the blog at 700 wlw dot com. J. How's things? Going well, and you're right and the numbers you cite, or just the documented cases. We've had other other situations that have taken place and You know, it's it's beyond anything we've ever experienced or seen. Before. This past weekend, I flew out of CVG to Boston and back and One of the things that I noticed was the increased number of announcements both on the airplane and outside the gate, just reminding everyone what their obligations were as far as the mask over the nose over the mouth and And abiding by the flight attendants instructions as they try to do what they can reduce the number of these things taking place. Well, there's a million signs and announcements as you go through the concourse, right as you the baggage at the ticket counter, and then people walk up to the gate and without a mask and go. What do you mean? You could? You couldn't be more oblivious and passengers are these days. Well, Scott, you can't work at an airport three weeks before you notice. People just don't read signs. So I mean, you could put, you know, punch here for a million dollars. Most people Would never see it because you know for a lot of people, especially those like now was the leisure travelers. You have a lot of people that aren't used to flying often, and with everything that's going on with the mask and some of the anxiety of flying and Different types of things. It's easy to get overwhelmed and you're kind of just following the person in front of you as you try not to appear lost when you're trying to find out where you're going. So you know, for a lot of individuals. It's a different kind of environment, and I've been asked probably, I don't know 500 times over the last several months. What I think is the reason for it. And you know when I hear these videos of some of these passengers on board planes and Scott They're saying things like Nothing's going to happen to me. You know, I'm not going to be punished. It makes me think that we're in a society right now that for whatever the reason, there's this idea that there's no consequences for your actions. I mean, if it's police if its parents if it's teachers, there's just no respect for authority, and I think a lot of it's spilling over into the aircraft. Or some people whose little world that's what they hear, and that's what they believe actually think they can act up like that and not have any consequences. Unfortunately, it doesn't take long for reality to catch up to him. Once they're in handcuffs, and they're being told just how serious Some of these charges can be. I just wish the Justice Department would follow through and really prosecute, especially the ones that involve assault to the highest degree possible. Now, if you're getting a spat back and forth verbally With a flight attendant over a mask. Okay, That's one thing, But when you strike you shove you do something like that fully three different set of circumstances here that should send an individual to jail. Well, Okay, So J. It's It's not that hard not to be a complete idiot on a flight, right? I mean, just little bit of patients tolerance and just bite your tongue. But Every night. I noticed this, too. But ever since they started charging for bags, uh, you get the fight of our oversized bags carry ons, right? Um, they should be kid. They should be taken care of. This is the gate. There's old box there when they look at your ticket. They never tell that person. No, You can't bring a shallow and put it in the overhead And yet they do, and they dump it on right. The flight attendants and then people get upset and angry. And so they, you know, Or are they have two plane side? Check it or something like that. So the airlines have made flying so dehumanizing Now we're crowded, bigger than ever, than ever before. The seats are not comfortable. The food is terrible. They nickel and dime and they treat you like cattle. How can you be surprised at that? Some people behave badly under those conditions. Well, it is And some people say, J. Why don't they just put a box out front? If your if your carry on fits in it, you take it. If it doesn't it doesn't but You know if every aircraft was the exact same size in the overhead storage compartments were the same size. That would be a perfect solution. The problem is, if you're on a regional jet, you have smaller overhead bins. Then you would be on a 7 37 7 67 or what have you So it's difficult to do that. And you know the thing right now that and Mike and I were talking about this this morning is there's this this disbelief among a lot of people innocent headlines Coast to Coast that airlines have the audacity to be raising fares after receiving three rounds of bailouts and including more than $52 billion 70% of which is taxpayer money that does not have to be repaid. And I'm just laughing at the people that are stunned because President Trump when he was in office during round one, Scott, he said. If we're going to give the airlines something we need to get something in return, right. Let's get 50% off on future federal travel. Which is a negotiated type of thing, which businesses do because he thinks is a businessman and he was laughed at. And now that we've given him three rounds of this money, it were amazed that they're resorting to what they've done before, Of course, and they're laughing all the way to the bank at the The fact that once again it's the airline industry that tells the government what they're going to do instead of vice versa. So, look, if you're going to be traveling this year, grab your tickets as early in advance as you can. People are already planning for Christmas Thanksgiving spring break of next year by your tickets, you lock it in, spent a couple of dollars on the trip cancellation insurance to protect yourself..

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"400 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"70% of people support, making it easier to vote ahead of Election Day. That number jumps to 80% when it comes to people that support requiring a form of I d before a person can vote. It comes as many states are passing election reform laws after last November's election, and as the Senate gets ready To take up a bill on voting rights. Here in Massachusetts. Secretary of State Bill Galvin is calling for the Legislature to take action to extend mail in voting. The current mail in voting laws are set to expire June 30th. Galvin is asking the Massachusetts House and Senate to make voting by mail of permanent option for all future races. 1 17 Airlines are struggling to keep up with heavy demand as Americans return to travel American air lives being forced to cancel about 1000 flights through mid July because of weather issues and a big time staffing shortage. CBS is Kris Van Cleave is outside of Reagan National Airport outside Washington. It's been a June from hell for American Airlines. Its operation seeing major weather disruptions nine of the 1st 15 days in June, causing long lines, delays and cancellations. Leaving the country's largest airline with a staffing crunch, along with mounting flier frustration. This was the only time we could get here, and I tried to check in and they said Now we have to wait until about three hours before the flight, which is at four. A.m. five. American will cancel 50 to 80 flights a day through at least mid July as the airline tries to build in additional resilience and certainty to its flight schedule. Airlines are also dealing with a growing number of disruptive or even violent passengers. The F A. A is reporting some form of enforcement action more than 400 times this year so far, many of the incidents or things like social conflict. About mask requirements. We've done a quite a few stories about that. Conflicts in the air over masks also limits on booze in the air and some bad news drivers. The State Highway Administration says traffic is.

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"400 times" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I asked him and he said, I like your fries better than that, Mommy, I said, okay, so everybody would like any fries better than there's. There's the worst of any of them. That's just your opinion. At least they were fast food fries. Okay, Linda in Florida, Do you agree with me? What a better fries, Wendy's McDonald's or Burger King? Oh, definitely McDonald's French fries. And I like Wendy's French fries, but I don't like Burger King and I do like their whopper with cheese. I do well, like I said My daughter didn't let him have sugar to this days. 26 years old, He doesn't eat cake. But see, I know I haven't done that. My son eats all that stuff. The only thing that he doesn't need is the fast food stuff. Okay, But you quickly your your own cookies You don't buy like chips Ahoy or Oreos? No, I would, but I buy. I've bought him. You buy chips avoid by you Buy Don't buy chips. Ahoy, Lorna Dunes do you buy I've had to want to do once or twice things. You buy them. I usually buy things from bakeries. I support exactly exactly where it's natural cookies made with whole wheat, blah, blah, blah, my right and wrong. They're not whole way of that goes right. Stop lying, you know, are you buy them from the specialty places that use your all organic instead of processed sugar. That you know, Linda, you made his day today, girl You just made his day You buy whole we chocolate ship crap cookies that nobody wants to eat. And the kid doesn't know any better. So he says, Can I am one of these crappy cookies because he never had. Is that what he says? Those exact words. I'm speaking, He's thinking it one day he's going to learn and he's going to realize my mom tortured me. Go ahead, Linda. We'll give you the final word as we go off on our tangent. The whole point is, he did not get junk food. He did not get anything sweet, and he's grown up to be a wonderful 26 year old adult. Okay, my kid, my parents, I to be honest, I've been financially independent and some 10. So when I was a paper boy at eight, I stopped at the candy store every single solitary day. My parents had no idea I would get ice cream on my own. I buy hot dogs adds a great deli. I would go to the local candy store and get English muffins and play pinball with my buddies. We had a great time. I don't I don't think I will call that financially independent. I think I would call that up, not money to buy my own food. I thought that's not food. Those are snacks. McDonald's You name it. I bought it. I bought it off. And guess what I survived. I didn't get traumatized. You are so traumatized. That's why you're Manzarek sick today. No, I'm just when you get older, your it just It just doesn't go down like it used to. That's the bottom line. You know, your metabolism slows down in spite of all my work, but I'd like to stay in shape. Work hard to get in shape. Do it an hour and a half a day. I mean, you've seen my hands. Every single finger on my hands is busted 400 times. If only we could lock up our waistline like we do our privacy. Oh, good grief. Alright. You know what? I'm banning the word Linda for the rest of the show 800.41 Sean, if you want to be a part of the program And I'm like, Come on, man. It's taken me 47 years to perfect doing nothing. I had to become president. The show? Yeah, I could do that better than anybody. Joe Biden, the most dangerous man in America. This is the Sean Hannity Show. NewsRadio 9 21 47 FM. Right, so we're all spending more time at home. Why not make your home an oasis? Do yourself a favor and invest in a Michael Phelps swim spa from.

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"400 times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Chi said Buckeye State, But, um, you know, it's pretty much a national campaign anyway. Hey, in 11 and Larry, you're on Scott Silencio. Hi. Yeah. Tony? Yes, sir. She help you keep their control of your car under a lot of circumstances, like if you have to make a sudden stop because some idiot from that front of you If you don't have a seat belt, you tend to slide around didn't see you could lose control of your car and that affect other people. S. So what you're saying is you're driving all the sudden you slam on the brakes and then then you lose control you go. What do you mean? You go through the windshield or what do you talk about? Have a seat belt down. It keeps you in position. So you have bigger control of your own car. Okay, I guess I see that. But Often when someone gets in a high speed accent like that, there's the car not become disabled. I mean, I could see general Studies know that sheet melts, provide safety for the other cars around you because it helps you keep better control of your car in the situations in emergency situations, But you're talking about okay. I guess I could see if So you're saying Is that the card? I don't know. You go into a spin or something like that. And now you get flung around inside the car in the car becomes a missile. Basically, yes. Yeah, yeah, I don't know. Like I hear you're you're always going off in the background there. I know you're driving, but, um, yeah, You know, I mean, I could see that, but I don't think that's true in a lot of cases. I mean, it can be. I'm sure there's instances where someone is not wearing a seatbelt, and I don't know they hit something or ice or whatever they slide around the car. But most cars today first of all have much, much more comfortable seats. I mean, back in the old days when you're driving the family truckster, and it was a bench seat. Yeah, he'd slide all everything like an ice cube alone, Liam. Okay, I get that. But today, you know, you got bucket seats you've got Yeah. You know the console in the middle? Um I don't know if I'm entirely buying that. I mean, I'm sure again. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. It does. But it's gonna be a relatively small proportion of a small portion of accidents. The loose skin. It sounds like one of those things that they looked. They Hey, can we say that Some people may lose control of the car when they're on belted, and then that causes the car to hit other cars. Yeah, I'm sure it happens. But it's got to be extremely rare, because I mean, think about it. If you're driving fast enough for you know your seatbelt to work in the first place. Your car's probably hitting something or it's gonna impact something. That Is going to cause a car to become disabled rather quickly anyway, So I'm like the car speeding down the highway. Now we just had the story the other you went yesterday about the guy sleeping for the third or fourth time driving to Wisconsin. With this test will do in 82. He was taking a nap. All the test lows driving itself. Now he's done it. He's been caught four times, which is probably done it 400 times. It goes to show you how close we are to autonomous vehicles. And most wretches a road, you know, pretty boring. And the car drives itself and you take a little nappy poo. That could be fatal as I think they were headed towards another area of danger. Quite honestly, But, yeah, I mean, I'm sure there's a couple there. But I don't think that's the reason why we should save a very, very, very small Paul small percentage of people who may lose the grip of the steering wheel. During a accident or, um, the car losing control. It's going to cause it to become a missile and headed towards people that you know again. We're talking about a very small percentage. People don't wear seat belts, 15% and that out of that percentage. What's the percent that would get in an accident would cause a situation. You're talking about it this minute. But this whole thing is we got to get 100% compliance on. We're going to look for you and pull you over and stop you to make sure you're wearing your seat belt and find you court costs. Everything was $300. It's just It's just absurd. We're not upset were upset about the vaccine, the anti vaxxers and we're not gonna have a vaccine passport, and I'm not going to get the vaccine and that's up to you now, okay? And there's a concern that what you don't do could hurt other people who are not as healthy. The immuno compromised. I could make a case You can't really make a strong case in his case. Probably the best one I've heard, but it's still Apples and manhole covers, making that comparison that how many people would be in that situation? The end of the day. This is what it is. It's revenue enhancement and because we're drivers of cars, and we just take the car for granted, we're not his passion of his motorcycle riders. We're not a collective We don't have a group are not organized like bite like like like cyclists are We just We all were people. We just go along with the flow. That's what this is. Of not getting the vaccine has a worse impact on public health and not wearing a seat belt. I'm sorry. 513749 7800 the big one and pound 718 t Let me get a quick break in and back with more your calls and minutes slowly 700 wlw friending Now on news Radio 700 w l jump doing whatever it takes to get people vaccinated growing number of states looking at in San. It's like.

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"400 times" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on WTVN

"Thank you for tuning in to the Mark Blazers Show Josh cease In for Mark, he'll be back from vacation. Tomorrow. We got 6 10 W. T V and legal analyst and Columbus Defense Attorney Brad Coughlan studio Andre I wanted before I get to the doctor Fauci thing a couple people been on hold for a while. I just I want to wrap these last two calls up here. On da Karen. Thank you very much for calling in and hold nonce along. Hello, Karen. Oh, hey, how are you? Good, Karen, not what's on your mind. I wanted to get you in here since you've been waiting for so long. I appreciate it. I just want to let you know I've been emailing the governor about every other day. I think his plan for the lottery is ridiculous. Unfair so and I also called the Attorney general's office. Just, you know, get my two cents and worse. Um, I just think it's ridiculous and the federal tax those that we have all paid to be that much more do Justice Lee. If The object is to get people to take back to nation I when I'm out and about people if they even know about it, especially the young kids. Nine out of 10 usually say they don't know anything about it. So I tell everybody about it. And I am registered now because I did take the vaccine. But I suggested to the governor that he could put the money in the mobile units to go around to different places of employment. To see if people want to be vaccinated and social media and advertising in that kind of thing. I just think so. That's my two cents worth. Thank you and Brad. I love your Sunday show. I listen. Well, thank you very much. Thank you. Love it. Love it. That's all right. Can't appreciate that. Thank you, Um, you to have a family straight? I've got to my mom's in there to your mom and my mom and Karen. I love that. All right. And last call here, John. Thanks for calling into the mark. Places show John Whoa! Uh, I had a different take on the Vaccine watery system. The money can't be used for anything other than it was a portion of the $22 billion. It was adult allocated by the Department of Health and Human Services for vaccination related activities, and that would include advertising in any other. Activity that was designed to increase the number of people vaccinated. So even if it wasn't spent on this lottery, it couldn't really be spent on mitigating personal financial losses incurred by people because of the covert. Pandemic. You know, John, you make a good point, Brad. I mean, legally. I mean, maybe the governor's hands were tied and that in that sense I hadn't thought about that. I mean, the feds kind of convicted what you would do with the money. What had to get other sources of personal financial mitigation through your other, Uh, bills were significantly larger than this $22 billion elephants, you healthy human services. I'm not sure that the part of the Ohio Constitution that talks about the establishment of a lottery requiring legislative approval is Relevant because this Doesn't collect any funds from any of the people participating, and there wouldn't be any funds established for public education, right? Not sure that that is relevant. I think people want to focus on the $2 billion that was Wasted in Ohio on fraudulent or erroneous unemployment. I saw that the other day Brad that turned out to be to build $2 billion is what that turned out to be in the unlike this. That money was actually designed by the federal government to mitigate personal financial losses, so funds Re collected from that could be probably allocated or other personal financial losses. So forget about the five million. This is 400 times as much. Go for the $2 billion they wasted on this. John appreciate the call. I mean, you're not How you gonna get that $2 billion back? Brad, Where did it go? That zip. It went to people filing fraudulent unemployment claims Hub $2 billion. How does $2 billion just disappear? I don't know. I mean, leave it to government to have that happen, but I mean, the money has to hit an account. It's got it has to go someplace. Got to be a digital trail, right? I mean, everything is paid $2.1 billion in unemployment benefits. Then they have to go to an account. Why can't you find out what account those went to I have no idea what they're doing here that you know, I It's just another thing that Kim is out this pandemic. Okay, So who's in charge? Who are we paying to be in charge to make sure that bureau's job family services? Distributes the money correctly. Who's in charge of this stuff? I know you. You're asking questions that I don't have answers to man. I wish you're I know what you're doing, but it's just Yeah, it's it's frustrating. Speaking of frustrating Juicy Fauci on Good Morning America this morning. No, I was in court. Someone's going to prison today. He basically came out and said That the masks were political theater that why his mask wearing was political theater, he flip flopped again. Imagine that Dr Fauci flip flopping. Hey, was on Good Morning America, and they asked them, you know, basically, like, you know, why were you wearing the masks? Even though you were vaccinated and he goes, here's Here's what he told Georgia Snuffleupagus. He goes before the CDC made the recommendation change. I didn't want to look like I was giving mixed signals. But being a fully vaccinated person. The chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low. So why was he pushing Tony and where? Even when the vaccine was out, Brad in February, hey, was talking about double masking. Remember that crap? The crazy double mask where two masks It just goes about how dumb are we and you can't keep track of any of the stuff you get Whiplash. If you try to keep track of this stuff, I hope it a minimum that our country has learned how to handle. Some somewhat of a pandemic because the real ones coming there was a what? What happens when a real one comes Are we going to have have they cried Wolf? Are we prepared? What do we learn? Moving forward? Forget about Fauci and the Mass. Right now. We need to stop focusing on blame game. We didn't need to figure out what do we do when? When the CCP or whoever. The evil doers are who are behind this? The next one. Women. We don't know exactly what have we learned and how we're gonna protect yourself moving forward, but see, that's why I'm focusing on Fauci and the Mass right here because what we learned from this is that these people are liars that they mislead people that that they say one thing when the truth is, I'm not this time for Fauci together. He's been there since 84 83 84 spender since Ronald Reagan. He's been his position forever. It's time for him to go with bright need to do. Ah, thinking from service, giving one of those JFK Courage Award moving, moving on and let's have it some cleaning house. The government needs a thorough Cleaning house or a hard reboot is weird. Seriously does reboot. Because nobody here is the problem. When you say what happens when there's the real pandemic comes. I think we're screwed, Brad because we're not going to believe anything that we're being told. Because we've been played so hard in this this whole thing that people don't have any not gonna have any faith in anything. They're here in the next time around, So that's why I bring it up. He basically admitted I was just doing it for for looks for political theater, and it's just going..

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"400 times" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on KCRW

"It's 6 20 you are with KCRW. NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang, The American Civil Liberties Union is known as a defender of free speech. Now, 101 years after its founding, it is re calibrating its focus to focus even more intensely now on the fight for racial justice. The group says it is time for quote a real reckoning with the legacy of our racist past and is part of that reckoning. They're asking President Biden to support a bill to study reparations for Black Americans. Civil rights attorney Debra Archer is the A C L used newly elected board president and the first black person to assume that role. Welcome. Thank you for having me. So you have worked with the A C l u over the past several decades all the way back to the 19 nineties. I understand when you were a legal fellow there. This decision by the Couto shift its longtime emphasis from protecting free speech to addressing systemic racism in a dedicated focused way, Can you tell us why this feels like the right time for that shift? First? I'd like to say we are absolutely focused on deepening our work on racial justice. It doesn't mean that we're turning away from any of the issues that we worked on the past, including First Amendment, But I do think that if we look at the time that we're in now and what has happened over the past year Advancing racial justice really has to be at the forefront of our work. Well, let's talk about a few elements of the A C l use new racial justice agenda. I want to start with the organization support for a reparation spill. What exactly do you want to see from lawmakers and the Biden administration on that front? They sell you things that reparations is an important part of reconciling with the past. Which we think is necessary to advancing systemic equality and fighting for racial justice. Reconciliation and reparations air not about taking from one to give to the other, but rather it is a means of using our nation's resource is much of which have been accumulated. Through the exploitation of black communities provide those same communities with access to the economic ladder that they've been denied for hundreds of years. And so the A C L U, believes the issue of our reparations. Should be seriously considered by all Americans will You're going to be urging the Biden administration to get behind policies that support the economic well being, of all Americans. Things like fair, affordable housing, canceling student debt, providing basic banking services at post offices, And I know that one about to ask is a big question with a big answer, But can you just explain how getting at some of these very basic economic ideas Further is racial justice. Very fundamental level economic inequality. Hey, that's our ability to enjoy our full array of fundamental constitutional right. For example. Today, one in four Americans are are unbanked or underbanked. Predictably, for black people. Financial marginalization is much worse. We're thinking about ways to increase access in black communities to some of these essential Financial services. Well, I do want to point out that President Biden is the first ever president who is a card carrying member of the A C L U Do you think that makes your job any easier? It doesn't Now the work begins for the A C l U to hold President Biden and his administration. Accountable for his oath to uphold the Constitution for everyone. We believe that President Biden and Vice President Harris must not only prioritize and doing the many harms of the previous administration, they have to work toward a vision of the country that heralds justice, fairness and equality for all of us, And that certainly is a very large agenda. Well if President Biden does not get behind the policies that you want to see him get behind what is the A C L U strategy? I mean, it's worth noting that the A C L U sued the Trump administration more than 400 times. Do you see litigation? As a tool that you were absolutely willing to resort to during this new administration. I think the A C L U is ready to use every tool that we have and to rise to this moment, just as we rose to the moment following the election of Donald Trump. He spent most of the past four years on the defensive, trying to stop efforts to roll back fundamental civil rights and civil liberties and challenging laws that targeted Vulnerable and marginalized communities. But now the value has an opportunity. I would say responsibility to work to support the community's most hurt by the prior administration, and to roll back that toxic legacy to protect and expand civil rights and civil liberties and to deepen our racial justice work. But then, as I said, we have to hold the bite administration accountable for doing everything that they can again to roll back the toxic legacy and to expand civil rights and civil liberties. Deborah Archer is the A C L use new board president. Thanks very much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. A young family of fresh start. Ah, lot of baby chicks and a grandmother who comes to stay, critic Bob Mondello says The Golden Globe nominee Mitt Daddy has everything it needs to be the year's most heartwarming film. Monica and Jacob have spent the last decade scraping by in California, separating male from female chicks in a chicken processing plant. It is not the life they hoped for when they immigrated from Korea, and now that they have two small kids, Jacob's promised his.

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"400 times" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The American Civil Liberties Union is known as a defender of free speech. Now, 101 years after its founding, it is re calibrating its focus to focus even more intensely now on the fight for racial justice. The group says it is time for quote a real reckoning with the legacy of our racist past and is part of that reckoning. They're asking President Biden to support a bill to study reparations for black Americans. Civil rights attorney Debra Archer is the A C l use newly elected board president and the first black person to assume that role. Welcome. Thank you for having me so you have worked with the A C l u over the past several decades all the way back to the 19 nineties. I understand when you were a legal fellow there. This decision by the A. Couto shift its longtime emphasis from protecting free speech to addressing systemic racism in a dedicated focused way, Can you tell us why this feels like the right time for that shift? First? I'd like to say we are absolutely focused on deepening our work on racial justice. It doesn't mean that we're turning away from any of the issues that we worked on the past, including First Amendment, But I do think that if we look at the time that we're in down and what has happened over the past year Advancing racial justice really has to be at the forefront of our work. Well, let's talk about a few elements of the A C l use new racial justice agenda. I want to start with the organization support for a reparation spill. What exactly do you want to see from lawmakers and the Biden administration on that front? They sell you things that reparations is an important part of reconciling with the past. Which we think is necessary to advancing systemic equality and fighting for racial justice. Reconciliation and reparations air not about taking from one to give to the other, but rather it is a means of using our nation's resource is much of which have been accumulated. Through the exploitation of black communities provide those same communities with access to the economic ladder that they've been denied for hundreds of years. And so the A C L U, believes the issue of our reparations. Should be seriously considered by all Americans will You're going to be urging the Biden administration to get behind policies that support the economic well being, of all Americans. Things like fair, affordable housing, canceling student debt, providing basic banking services at post offices, And I know that one about to ask is a big question with a big answer, But can you just explain how getting at some of these very basic economic ideas Further is racial justice. Very fundamental level economic inequality. Inhibit our ability to enjoy our full array of fundamental constitutional right. For example, today, one in four Americans are are unbanked or underbanked. Predictably, for black people. Financial marginalization is much worse. We're thinking about ways to increase access in black communities to some of these essential Financial services. Well, I do want to point out that President Biden is the first ever president who is a card carrying member of the A C L U Do you think that makes your job any easier? It doesn't Now the work begins for the A C l U to hold President Biden and his administration. Accountable for his oath to uphold the Constitution for everyone. We believe that President Biden and Vice President Harris must not only prioritize undoing the many harms of the previous administration, they have to work toward a vision of the country that heralds justice, fairness and equality for all of us, And that certainly is a very large agenda. Well if President Biden does not get behind the policies that you want to see him get behind what is the A C L U strategy? I mean, it's worth noting that they sell You sued the Trump administration more than 400 times. Do you see litigation? As a tool that you were absolutely willing to resort to during this new administration. I think the A C L U is ready to use every tool that we have and to rise to this moment, just as we rose to the moment following the election of Donald Trump. He spent most of the past four years on the defensive, trying to stop efforts to roll back fundamental civil rights and civil liberties and challenging laws that targeted Vulnerable and marginalized communities. But now the value has an opportunity. I would say responsibility to work to support the community's most hurt by the prior administration, and to roll back that toxic legacy to protect and expand civil rights and civil liberties and to deepen our racial justice work. But then, as I said, we have to hold the bite administration accountable for doing everything that they can again to roll back the toxic legacy and to expand civil rights and civil liberties. Deborah Archer is the A C L use new board president. Thanks very much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. A young family of fresh start. Ah, lot of baby chicks and a grandmother who comes to stay, critic Bob Mondello says The Golden Globe nominee Mitt Daddy has everything it needs to be the year's most heartwarming film. Monica and Jacob have spent the last decade scraping by in California, separating male from female chicks in a chicken processing plant. It is not the life they hoped for when they immigrated from Korea, and now that they have two small.

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"400 times" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:02 min | 9 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Although they might be afraid of that a little bit. They're afraid of his ability and his power. His his following to win the house back to win the Senate back. I'm hearing you, right? Yeah, think about what he could do by Remember? Never think of you shows up in a congressional district words of you know, 50 50 You know Jim's got a 500.111% lead us and Donald Trump shows up in Trump Force. One honest, you know, shows up on the ground 26,000 people to the rally. 2000 never voted before the next day that Republicans up three What name One Democrat that's ever had the power to go Do that return? No. You could say maybe Obama a little bit, but not in close. Why didn't help much in 2016? Let's be honest. So I mean, at the end of the day, even Obama didn't have that, although he did have the rock star ability to gain the crowd. I don't get it translated to vote for people to get himself right, actually. Drive demand, and I think even just right there with it. Look at the fundraising capability of the people who are supporters that would cut $10 checks every month. I mean, saying, I want to see my country back. I said, it's a multiple times five. You like travels about the wall on this. Rhetoric. I said Trump was about bringing America back, right. At least you're cutting checks because they see him as a tip of the spear. That could go, you know, be the hot, you know, Think right through the metal of what's this wall is being put up. It's slowly removing us for being Americans. I can't really want to see this country anymore. That's so far from what it was when I grew up its Brad parse kill a friend of mine. Trump 2020 campaign manager also the digital director 2016 You talk to the former president. In the one question I get constantly on my show is why haven't we heard anything from Donald Trump? Since January, 20th ratted you frustrated that he doesn't have that ability? Is he purposely doing it May what's happening because he communicated 30 times a day Now he doesn't do it much at all. Well, you know, I don't wanna break news here. But, you know, I mean, Trust me. I've been on the phone with him there. I, uh, I think he just He's a pull the triggers from new technology. There's ways to do it. I have. You know, I have released the sense in the last couple months and then called campaign nucleus is campaign useless dot com. What is that? What? I'm trying? Yeah. What if this is a new environment? On my own our own servers, our own technology, and we're building out everything you would need from Ah party level two political organizations to eventually the individual level where we can remove ourselves from that. We're raising money. We're looking at maybe doing capital investors where people could like by stalking and do things. There's a lot of opportunity for Americans to invest in this check. We just all asked as a group of tens of millions. Americans decide that You know, I'm trying to step up myself is by other tech leaders it but we join me. I talked to a few on the phone the other day that want to join forces somewhere at a lot of scared of what you know I've gone through as the world tries to destroy be for having Your ability and you know, I get a negative story about every 13 minutes. Even right? Don't even you leave my house. They've tried to cancel your bread and thank God that they were successful. They fried. Yeah. I mean, what I do now is the more they tried to cancel me, the more driven I am to do something on bond. And I think that it's time for us to step up and have this kind of platforms and I You know, it's all project Veritas was just removed from a few minutes ago, and I tweeted out, you know, Call me, you know, And let's do something. Well, it's interesting, because what you say is is factually correct. Amazon servers for parlor What were you thinking? You know, maybe that gave them the ability to take you down at any time. All of us relying on Twitter. What were we thinking? I mean, Twitter suspended me for saying So you know, we believed in these platforms to be unbiased and even handed. They weren't ever well, it's the face that I walk into a restaurant, you know, on dead person says Why does someone to serve you? Because you have a beard. We don't serve bearded people. Um, And it's exactly respected. You know that. The only reason why somebody wouldn't be allowed to a restaurant with hygienic reasons. We all accepted that for the last 100 years, But on a sudden we have a new culture where it's like. No. You got you got you don't have to. You know, I love this line like this is where we are. Now. You don't have the opportunity to be wrong now like you. Can you see anything if you're possibly wrong, and so like, When does that become the communication? Whether this country were so sad about the discussions, The whole reason debate exist is one side's probably wrong this side right right that we can't even debate it. They just It's their way or the highway we've already set with the standards are and we're done. I could not agree more. It's Brad Particle. Former campaign manager Trump 2020 the digital director 2016. I'll let you go after this, but and I'm not gonna push you too great honor. And I know you can. And I appreciate that. I know how angry heart which you're watching, but I don't want to push you to break news. But let me just see if I can read between the lines were going to start hearing from the former president soon. Oh, I don't know about that. I'm just saying, this is my recommendation. I've been pushing through either publicly and or private channels. I think that I think that there's a tens of millions of people are out there waiting. Listen, if he was watching this right now, I would tell him, you know, put me back and you know the game coach when it comes to what it comes to that kind of message in, you know, I'm still employed by the By the president will do a lot of things and infrastructure, everything else. I'm no longer his campaign manager and one of that job like I'm talking about, like, Let's put creative out there. Let's fight the message, You know, you know, I mean, like that put us all back in the game again, and the way it has to do is is our team captains gotta get back into it, And there's other ways to do it. And you have and you have to have the ability to be on a platform that isn't going to shut you up because they have that ability. That's what I'm hearing from You. Well, I think he has ability to raise the money yourself, and he can send messages directly. Everybody's phony tens of millions of masters of evil songs directly. I think millions would sign up. Why can't the text messages? Not that much different on our iPhone? Now that it's weak? There is actually better text just better. I believe there's not a reason why he couldn't text message. 50 million people today. What's the difference? Um, that would be lost to that. But like Guarantee. A lot of people pay a dollar a month here, Donald Trump every month and there you have your whole thing paid 400 times over. Look, I agree with him the president people wanna hear from the former president. People wanna hear from him on a on a server on on a site on some sort of an outlet where they know that they're getting the streets getting from him. Unfiltered, uncensored and without the sort of overloading by Jack and Mark. I like the bread saying counter broke some news kind of, didn't but I mean, there are there are movement. It's being made on the trump side where he's going to get back. I believe in the fray. He's not today, but I believe he's going to get back into the fray. And when he does, so he's gonna ensure for himself and for his team and for his family that they can't be shut down because it's like Amazon servers or because it's something that's run by by Zucker. Burger by Dorsey So very interesting interview your thoughts on impeachment on that interview. What's happening in our country right now. 105 01 70 80 Joe PAGs calm. Stay here on new perspective from a new voice the.

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"400 times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:39 min | 9 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Yeah. Continuing down the road with impeachment. The defense President Trump, But it might not matter. Tony Katz, Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 833468866 and nine turns out the Chuck Schumer just has a fetish. Right? Chuck. Chuck Schumer seriously, must go home every night and put on the gimp suit. For the record. I'm not I'm not objecting man. You be you. You live your life. I I stay out of your bedroom. Everything is fine. Two consenting adults three. Whatever. Fine by me, consenting adults being the key here. The headline. Trump. I'm sorry. Not Trump. Schumer leaves door open to 14th Amendment measure to bar Trump from office. 14th amendment push was about confederates. No person shall be a senator or representative in Congress or elector of president and vice president or hold any office, civil or military under the United States or under any state who, having previously taken an oath as a member of Congress, or is an officer of the United States or is a member of any state Legislature or as an executive or judicial officer of any state? To support the Constitution of the United States shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. Translation. We can't have Donald Trump run again. We must destroy him to destroy those who dare disagree with us. Now. This all flows into a Nikki Haley conversation. I think Nikki Haley has made him a steak. However, she's not 1000% wrong. She's just mostly wrong. I'll get into that. Nikki Haley saying that President Trump let her down. Let us down with all due respect. No. I knew what I was getting. And there are things that I would still cheer and things that I'm bothered by. Got ask. My producer are yesterday. He's like knowing not knowing what you know Now. That's why it's my impression of you. All right. What do you think It's not that far off? Right? No, knowing what I know now. What? What You know now, would you? Would you still vote for Donald Trump? I said I would vote for Donald Trump. 400 Times I would vote for Donald Trump like I was Stacey Abrams running a voter registration drive. That's that's not the debate. It isn't the debate. The question is, what would I do about what Donald Trump has done that conversation? I'll get into Because my argument remains. There is no impeachable. A fence doesn't mean that there are things that you like. It doesn't mean there could've been other ways they go about handling this. Doesn't mean adorns other issues that honestly we can and must in should address They don't have the impeachment. They can try and try and try and try. And they know they don't have the impeachment. And that is why They're talking about the 14th amendment. The plan. The plan. Is to destroy. Every single bit of them. All they want to do is destroy. Now is that fear based The answer's got to be somewhat Let's not forget Let's not forget the 74 million people voted for Donald Trump. That number matters that number matters greatly. It's not a small percentage. Those people aren't convinced. Well, Trump let us down. Not at all. The problem is too many of them are still based on Trump. The argument has to be. What are the policies that are best for our nation? What are the policies that are best for individual freedom and liberty? I put forth to you that every policy that was enacted by Donald Trump is better for individual freedom and liberty and for people to get the maximum enjoyment of their life. Every policy is better than anything Joe Biden has done in the past three weeks. Down to its most minute detail. It is inarguable. On the policies. But we live in a world of personalities. This is where it gets for me. Problematic. Because I think that if you are based on presented me wrong, I think you want to like people. Right? Nothing wrong with that. But if you're voting for president Based on whether you think they're cool guy, you're doing it wrong. What is the matter of their nerd wasn't none of their jerk and they get the job done and allow your life to be like better. That's it. That's everything. I'll go back to produce. Sorry. He is a believer that who you Elektra President doesn't matter it all your life goes about the same pretty much I, of course, don't believe that true if only because I have life experience. And I, This is our his first year running a house, everybody, we'll have a little something. Let's see what those taxes look like in a year and get back to me. Then tell me it doesn't matter. The party in power does indeed have a lot to do with your life. People who have kids, They know this people who run a business. They know this people who pay employees. They know this people who have seen things and the abs and flows they know this. I'm not angry with you, Ari. I am not angry with you at all. You're doing a heck of a job. It's just that it does matter. It matters greatly. Great Lee. Yes, I'd vote for Donald Trump. Because knowing that he was never a conservative made it easy. Because he was not a conservative. He's never been a conservative who didn't know this. What did he do? He governed like one. He listened to those people. He put those judges on the bench. He enacted those policies and we're better off for it. Was I in favor of every type of conversation? No. He said. Every old school thing isn't working. Let's try this thing. Some of it works. Some of it didn't You give that a shot?.

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"400 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good ride between Milbury in Boston. At this point, no complaints on 93 from a throwing right into Medford. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three. Now Here's a four day WBZ AC You weather forecast early this morning with Missy. Partly cloudy skies. It's gonna be brisk out there alone near 30 in Boston twenties in The suburbs and later today we'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine. We could see a flurry or even a snow shower that can't be ruled out. We'll see a high of 38. But when you factor in those actuator real field, Tam's it'll feel more like the teens and the twenties. Tonight will be down to 23 downtown down to the teens inland, then tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds once again brisk and chili with a flurry or too high. 36 again. The real fields bumping that Down to 20 degrees Friday. Some sunshine. It'll be milder in the afternoon, and we'll bump up to a high of 42 degrees. Right now we're seeing overcast skies in Boston 32 degrees is also 32 in Norwood and native 30 degrees in Belmont. It's 505. It was a somber memorial in D. C. The Washington National Cathedral told its bells 400 times last night. Marking 400,000 American lives lost a covert 19. ABC is mark from Lord was, there are dozens of people here standing Silently as these bells toll of 400 times Ah, one per every 1000 dead. Obviously, this comes just one day shy of the first case that occurred in the U. S. And one day before Biden's inauguration on so this crowd here fixated As the bells tolled here, and you can hear a pin drop. It's very, very quiet, as these bells continue to told, and the.

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"400 times" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on AP News

"On the eve of their inauguration, President elect Joe Biden Vice President elect Kamila Harris pay their respects to the more than 400,000 people who have died in the pandemic and this country. Piece. Jackie Quinn has this soon after flying into Washington, D C ahead of the inauguration May They President elect Joe Biden presided over a memorial service at the REFLECTING pool toe. Let families know that those who died of covert 19 are not for gotten hard. Sometimes to remember. That's how we heal. It's important. Do that, as a nation. Vice president elect Kamila Harris noted so many had died in isolation without friends or family. We grieve and begin healing. Together. Rows of white monoliths were lit along the reflecting pool by Dennis proposed to $1.9 trillion package to help the nation recover from the pandemic. Jackie Quinn Washington in another part of Washington, D C. Bell at the National Cathedral tolls 400 times once for every 1000 victims of the pandemic. The FBI releases new details on three self described members of the Oath Keepers paramilitary group who are the first people charged with plotting the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The FBI says the Virginia man, former Marine Thomas Caldwell, is the apparent leader. He and a man or woman from Ohio, Donovan Kroll and Jessica Watkins are all charged with federal conspiracy counts. The FBI released a message that was sent to Caldwell during the attack. All members air in the tunnels under the Capitol sealed them in turn on gas. This is AP News Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blames President Trump for the insurrection at the U. S Capitol. It was a remarkable statement from the Senate Republican leader. The mob was fed lies on the floor of the U. S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell laid the blame on President Donald Trump for the deadly right at the U. S. Capitol on January 6. They were provoked by the president. Another powerful people. McConnell's remarks came on Trump's last full day in office and a saint on some colleges. Kris called eerie notes in advance of a second Senate impeachment trial for Trump. My guest so long has been that Mitch McConnell really holds the outcome of that trial in his hands. House IMPEACH Trump last week on.

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"400 times" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on AP News

"Bell at the National Cathedral tolling 400 times once for every 1000 people dead soon to be former President Donald Trump, in his farewell video, claimed his administration accomplished more than what anyone could imagine. He insists the U. S survived the pandemic better than any other nation. Trump never cited by them by name is he wished the successor well. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News I'm to McGuire on the eve of their inauguration, President elect Joe Biden Vice President elect Kamila Harris pay their respects to the more than 400,000 people who have died in the pandemic in this country. Piece. Jackie Quinn has this soon after flying into Washington, D C ahead of the inauguration May They President elect Joe Biden presided over a memorial service at the REFLECTING pool toe. Let families know that those who died of covert 19 are not for gotten hard. Sometimes to remember. That's how we heal. It's important. Do that, as a nation. Vice president elect Kamila Harris noted so many had died in isolation without friends or family. We grieve and begin healing. Together. Rows of white monoliths were lit along the reflecting pool by Dennis proposed to $1.9 trillion package to help the nation recover from the pandemic. Jackie Quinn Washington in another part of Washington, Bell at the National Cathedral tolls. 400 times. One for every 1000 victims of the pandemic. President Trump delivers a farewell address. I fought for you. I fought for your family. I fought for our country. Above all I fought for America and all it stands for without saying his name. Trump sent best wishes to President elect Biden that Trump's will leave Washington tomorrow morning, skipping the inauguration. The first time in departing president has not attended in more than 150 years. This is AP News. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blames President Trump for the insurrection at the U. S Capitol. It was a remarkable statement from the Senate Republican leader mob was Fed lies on the floor of the U. S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell laid the blame on President Donald Trump for the deadly right at the U. S. Capitol on January 6. They were provoked by the president. Another powerful people. McConnell's remarks came on Trump's last full day in office and the saint on some colleges. Kris called eerie notes in advance of a second Senate impeachment trial for Trump. My guest so long has been that Mitch McConnell really holds the outcome of that trial in his hands. House IMPEACH TRUMP Last week on a single charge, incitement of insurrection. Mike Rossi, a Washington Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Don Sutton has died. Baseball Hall of Fame, says the 75 year old Sutton died at his home in California after a long struggle with cancer. I'm Tim McGuire Pay P news. Little.

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"400 times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on WTOP

"The capital at unprecedented levels. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. It's 5 22. The Washington National Cathedral in just a few minutes will wring its funeral bell 400 times in memory of the 400,000 Americans who died from covert details in this live report on Skype with W. T. O P s Dick Uliano. Hillary. It is a beautiful winter evening here on the Mount ST Albans, the highest point in Washington and the site of the Gothic Washington National Cathedral. And I'm not far from the Central Bell Tower. And in just a short while the funeral bell the 12 ton Borden Bell, that's the biggest of all, will told 400 Times. Once for each of the 1000. Lives lost and to hear their young the grounds are dotted with people who've come out. Families are here. Couples are strolling and everybody is anticipating this moment. Also here is the dean of the cathedral. Very reverent Randy Holleran, who told May the funeral bell tolls, sadness, of course, but it also told hope Reporting live from Washington. National Cathedral, Dick Uliano w T o Penis. All right, Dick. Thanks and the president elect, along with his wife, Jill, have just arrived on the mall. They're walking along the reflecting pool to the Lincoln Memorial to take part in the ceremony that will include the the bell ringing and some the honoring of these folks. We will have more on that coming up soon. It's 5.

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"400 times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"See Hey, subdued to victory lap at the White House released a Brady fox days. We did what we came here to do. And so much more President Trump in a recorded farewell address, emphasizing his economic achievements before the pandemic, also historic peace deals and troop drawdowns in the Middle East. And he says he reasserted the idea that government answers to the people. But he also says political violence can never be tolerated and offers prayers for the incoming administration. Keep America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck. A very important word. He plans to leave Washington tomorrow morning. A vice president Mike Pence, will attend to Joe Biden's inauguration. The president elect at this hour, is part of a covert memorial ceremony near the Lincoln Memorial. As the Bells at Washington National Cathedral TOLLS 400 Times honoring the more than 400,000 lives lost in the U. S. Nearly one in five of the pandemic jets reported worldwide confirmation hearings today for several of Biden's nominees, including Janet Yellen for Treasury chief. She supports his plan for nearly $2 trillion Maurin covert relief. While acknowledging concern about the national debt right now, with interest rates at historic lows, the smartest thing we can do is act big. In the long run, and I believe the benefits will far outweigh the costs. Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken pledging to restore America's standing in the world. I believe that Humility and confidence should be the flip sides. Of America's leadership coin. He's also pledging though to build on some Trump administration. Foreign policy is namely in the Middle East in China, the nominees for intelligence chief and defense secretary also signaling they share the outgoing administration concern.

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"400 times" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News radio K O b, J A. M. Austin 5 90 A m and K 259 A. J. Austen 99.7 uptown. Hey, subdued victory lap at the White House When Lisa Brady fox days we did what we came here to do. And so much more President Trump in a recorded farewell address, emphasizing his economic achievements before the pandemic, also historic peace deals and troop drawdowns in the Middle East. And he says he reasserted the idea that government answers to the people. But he also says political violence can never be tolerated. Offers prayers for the incoming administration to keep America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck a very important word. He plans to leave Washington tomorrow morning, A vice president Mike Pence, will attend to Joe Biden's inauguration. The president elect at this hour, is part of a covert memorial ceremony near the Lincoln Memorial. As the bells at Washington National Cathedral TOLLS 400 Times honoring the more than 400,000 lives lost in the U. S, nearly one in five of the pandemic deaths reported worldwide. Confirmation hearings today for several of Biden's nominees, including Janet Yellen for Treasury chief. She supports his plan for nearly $2 trillion Maurin covert relief while acknowledging concern about the national debt right now, with interest rates of historic lows. Smartest thing we can do is act big. Longer and I believe the benefits will far outweigh the costs. Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken pledging to restore America's standing in the world, I believe it Humility and confidence should be the flip sides of America's leadership coin. He's also pledging though to build on some Trump administration. Foreign policy is namely in the Middle East in China, the nominees for intelligence chief and defense secretary also signaling they share the outgoing administration concern.

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"400 times" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 10 months ago

"400 times" Discussed on KOMO

"Was confirmed in the Seattle area. More than 166,000 of those Americans have lost their lives since the November election. In this video from the Philadelphia Inquirer, ST Peter's Episcopal Church rang their Bell 400 times on Sunday. Once for every 1000 deaths, the ringing lasted more than 30 minutes. Public health officials are now warning that the so called dark winner isn't over. Yet. Incoming CDC director Dr Rochelle will Lenski said that she fears that this country could hit half a million dead from the coronavirus by the middle of next month in California, Cedar Sinai Hospital is now reporting that over one third of Los Angeles patients Carrying a new strain of the virus, which may explain the recent surge in cases across southern California and people across the country keep dying. Albert and Carol Stevenson from Kansas loved each other fiercely and died at the same hospital less than two hours apart. They both got sick at the end of December, and we're holding hands in one of their last moments together. Pillar of our family has been taken away from us. And it's very crushing. None of us feel like we have closure. Yet A new ABC News Washington Post poll shows that nine out of 10 Americans believe that the pandemic Is not under control. But when asked if they would probably or definitely get the vaccine on Lee about, 65% said. They would maybe see Steve owes and saw me the covert lockdown grinding on the United Kingdom as well. Currently around 38,000 Coben patients are in UK hospitals. Self Secretary Matt Hancock says, is the highest that is being throughout the pandemic. And someone is admitted to hospital every 30 seconds. But, uh, the UK has the highest Over death rate in the world because of that, and he locked down easing looks right now like a distant dream. Tom Rivers ABC NEWS London, A panel of experts commissioned by the World Health Organization criticizing China and other countries for Not moving to stem the initial outbreak of the coronavirus earlier in a report on Monday, the panel says there were lost opportunities to apply basic public health measures at the earliest opportunity. The Chinese authorities could have applied their efforts more forcefully. In January, shortly after the coronavirus began sickening clusters off people, the panel writes. The reality is that only a minority of countries took full advantage of the information available to them to respond to the evidence off an emerging pandemic. I'm Charles. With this month after we check traffic.

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