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Agents of SHIELD's finale is the end of an era

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

Agents of SHIELD's finale is the end of an era

"Of an era for a Marvel TV show. Marvel's Agents of Shield comes to an end Tonight after seven seasons, we've had a number of goodbyes. Star Clark Gregg tells us pretty much every year since season five. They weren't sure if the show would be be back. back. So So they've they've been been prepared prepared for for this this moment, moment, and and the the finale finale should should give give fans fans closure. closure. You You know, know, I I thought thought they they really really paid paid off off a a lot lot of of those those journeys journeys in in a a very very satisfying satisfying way. way. That That wasn't wasn't too too sentimental, sentimental, but but at at the the same same time, But you really I guess. Celebrate the right. We all went on together. Tonight's Marvel's Agents of Shield finale on ABC is two hours. Jason Heathens and ABC News Hollywood

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Big Ten Postpones Football Season, Says It Will Give It Another Try in Spring

Dave Ramsey

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Big Ten Postpones Football Season, Says It Will Give It Another Try in Spring

"This 2020 season for all fall sports and that will be postponed until the spring. Big 10 conference had been weighing and having discussions on whether to postpone to cancel all together or two just delay and they've decided to postpone the 2021 fall sports season until the spring. I'm Michelle Franz, and this has been a special report from ABC News and we'll have more on this breaking news coming up at 12. 30 on Katie Our news.

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Georgia school seen in photo of a crowded hallway will briefly move to online learning after reporting 9 cases of Covid-19

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Georgia school seen in photo of a crowded hallway will briefly move to online learning after reporting 9 cases of Covid-19

"Georgia High School were last week, this photo of a crowded hallway flew around the Internet, raising both questions and alarms just two days into the school year. Nine students and staff members have now tested positive for the virus. The school sent a letter to parents at home obtained by ABC News, announcing that they're temporarily switching to digital learning for at least two days while they clean the school. Hannah Waters was one of the students who took the photo that caught the world's attention. She and another student were temporarily suspended until the school district reversed the decision. It was worse than I thought it would be because I thought more kids would be married, wearing masks, and I thought social distancing would be attempted in the school, but it wasn't at

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Chicago restricts access to city centre after looting

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Chicago restricts access to city centre after looting

"Chicago will be restricted. Tonight There will be additional police officers on patrol following a night of looting along the city's magnificent Mile. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said. The looting with spurred by false social media posts about a police involved shooting Sunday morning. Unrest near the site led to car caravans of people headed downtown. This was not an organized protest. Rather, this was an incident of pure criminality. This was an act of violence against our police officers and against our city. By Monday morning, 100 people have been arrested. 13 police officers were hurt. Bryan Burrough, ABC NEWS Chicago. Least one

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Macron Urges World Leaders to Speed Aid to Lebanon After Explosions

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Macron Urges World Leaders to Speed Aid to Lebanon After Explosions

"French president Macron leaves international aid efforts for Beirut. These are your world Headlines from ABC News International leaders will meet via video link Sunday afternoon to raise eight for the Lebanese capital after a devastating explosion killed more than 150 people and wounded thousands devastating areas of the

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U.S. Hits 5 Million Coronavirus Cases

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. Hits 5 Million Coronavirus Cases

"Milestone. The US has now surpassed five million cases of covert 19 according to the ongoing tally by Johns Hopkins University. A number of states continue to deal with widespread outbreaks. Arizona reporting more than 1000 cases and 56 deaths in the last day. Kentucky just over 800 new cases, and Texas is reporting its highest seven day average positivity rate so far at 19.41%. Mark Gray Malard ABC News A family in the

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U.S. hits 5 million confirmed coronavirus cases

What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. hits 5 million confirmed coronavirus cases

"S reaching another milestone in the Cove in 19 pandemic. The US has now surpassed five million cases of covert 19 according to the ongoing tally by Johns Hopkins University. A number of states continue to deal with widespread outbreaks. Arizona reporting more than 1000 cases and 56 deaths in the last day, Kentucky just over 800 new cases. And Texas is reporting its highest seven day average positivity rate so far at 19.41%. Mark Malard ABC NEWS,

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Los Angeles County Nears 5,000 Total Virus Deaths, Hospitalizations on the Decline

ABC News Perspective

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Los Angeles County Nears 5,000 Total Virus Deaths, Hospitalizations on the Decline

"Number of covert 19 deaths in Los Angeles County is approaching 5000 after officials reported 51 more deaths yesterday. Another 2600 covert 19 cases were also confirmed. However, health officials seek over 19 hospitalization rates in the county are on the decline.

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Trump signs executive actions after stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill

Dave Plier

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Trump signs executive actions after stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill

"Signed by Miranda, offering a payroll tax holiday and adding a $400 a week. Unemployment benefit. But ABC is Andy Field says the courts may prevent some of that from happening. Payroll tax holiday applies to Americans making less than 100,000 year, but they would have to pay it back eventually when it runs out in January. Unless Congress passes a law for giving the text If I'm victorious in November 3rd, I plan to forgive these taxes and make permanent cuts to the payroll tax. The president doesn't have the power to do that on his own. It requires a congressional vote. Andy Field, ABC News Washington, members of both parties said they were against the payroll tax cut because it doesn't help anyone without a paycheck.

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U.S. imposes sanctions on Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

U.S. imposes sanctions on Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam

"Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam, It's police commissioner, mainland China's top official for the territory and other senior leaders for undermining Hong Kong's autonomy and restricting the freedom of expression of assembled like the administration's other sanctions. These air mainly symbolic as the 11 officials designated today have few U. S assets to sanction Carrie Lam, the most well known name here, laughed off the impact sanctions would have on her earlier this week and said earlier this summer that she doesn't like visiting the US anyway and as the liquid Terra ABC News Washington 3

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New York AG seeks to dissolve NRA in lawsuit accusing leaders of self-dealing, causing $64 million in losses

Lance McAlister

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

New York AG seeks to dissolve NRA in lawsuit accusing leaders of self-dealing, causing $64 million in losses

"General filing a lawsuit that seeks to dissolve the National Rifle Association. New York Attorney General Letitia James described years of self dealing and illegal conduct that she said made it impossible for the NRA to continue to exist. We are seeking In order to dissolve the NRA in its entirety. Her lawsuit named four current or former and our executives, including CEO Wayne LaPierre, and said they misappropriated $64 million. The area, unfortunately, was serving as a personal piggy bank to four individual defendants. James has spent the last year and 1/2 investigating the NRA, which has denounced her probe as political Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York

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McConnell and Pelosi expect a coronavirus relief deal — but huge differences remain

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

McConnell and Pelosi expect a coronavirus relief deal — but huge differences remain

"Over the net. It's Corona virus Relief Bill ABC is Adam Kelsey, with the latest House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, making the case Thursday for Democrats demands for a comprehensive and Mohr expensive relief package. This's a big challenge, and it will only get worse if we do not make the necessary investment pay now or pay later, much more. Federal unemployment benefits continue to be one of the top sticking points for negotiators. Democrats refusing to budge on that extra $600 while Republican seeker reduction that Incentivizes returns to work. Adam Kelsey. ABC NEWS Washington Speaker. Pelosi did say that some progress was being made on some of the issues today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they will not break for their August recess. If a deal is not yet in place, And that is new, and you heard it here

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Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

Mark Simone

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

"Joe Biden's choice for a running mate apparently is Kamala Harris or Susan Rice. Axios says Biden is narrow the choices down to those two. He's also decided to skip the Democratic Convention. Democratic National Convention Committee announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we're in the middle of a pendant. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis. Ryan Burrow ABC News

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Facebook, Twitter penalize Trump for posts containing coronavirus misinformation

Arizona's Morning News

00:13 sec | 6 d ago

Facebook, Twitter penalize Trump for posts containing coronavirus misinformation

"But Facebook and Twitter have removed post by President Trump that assert Children are almost immune to the virus. The Trump Campaign spokesperson tells ABC News. The president was stating a fact that Children are less susceptible to cope in

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1 American among 135 dead in massive Beirut explosion, officials say

the NewsWorthy

01:21 min | 6 d ago

1 American among 135 dead in massive Beirut explosion, officials say

"New details about the massive blast in Beirut that was so powerful. It shattered windows more than a mile away as of early this morning at least one, hundred and thirty seven people have now been confirmed dead and five thousand people were hurt. ABC News reports at least one American was among those killed emergency workers are still digging through the rubble. So Lebanon's. President warned the death toll will likely go up again, the massive explosion caused billions of dollars worth of damage and Beirut city governor says left about three, hundred, thousand people homeless. The United Nations has promised to support Lebanese hospitals as they struggled to deal with the emergency. Three hospitals were damaged by the blast and the others are at capacity and overwhelmed the UN. Specialist to Beirut to. Medical equipment was flown in from Greece Kuwait Turkey, and elsewhere, the also plans to send firefighters to help search crews. The New York Times went through more than seventy videos of the explosion and found it started as he region fire in the warehouse. Remember that's nearly three thousand tons of ammonium nitrate had been stored. That's a highly explosive material that's used in fertilizers and in bombs. Well, the fire turned into an explosion smaller one at first and then less than a minute after that the massive. People who manage the ammonium nitrate storage have now been placed under house arrest. The government is looking into possible negligence and they're working to figure out the exact cost.

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Renowned New York City Journalist Pete Hamill Dies at 85

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:39 sec | Last week

Renowned New York City Journalist Pete Hamill Dies at 85

"Died today. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more Talk. New York Times writer Dan Barry once said it would sound like Pete Hamill. Hamel chronicled life in a gritty New York for three city tabloids during a 60 year career. In the rowdy and raucous 19 seventies and eighties, Hamels columns tore down the bad guys and compassionately tended the fallen. The immigrant Vice President Agnew once dismissed Hamels writings as irrational ravings. A phrase Hamel adopted to name one of his books. He fractured his hip in a fall Saturday at emergency surgery, but died this morning. Pete Hamill was 85. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York

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'No Words': After Enormous Explosion Rips Beirut, A Search For Answers

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:55 min | Last week

'No Words': After Enormous Explosion Rips Beirut, A Search For Answers

"Details on the investigation into yesterday's deadly explosion in Beirut that left 100 people dead, 4000 people injured and another 300,000 homeless. Lebanese officials have now put a number of higher ups at the port in Beirut under house arrest. New York Post says the 2700 tons of fertilizer believed to have caused the explosion had been confiscated from a Russian businessman seven years ago who had abandoned his cargo ship after making an unscheduled stop. It was all being stored in a warehouse where Reuters says there were repeated warnings to local officials since 2013. It was a disaster in the making. Correspondent Ian Panel tells us the smoke continues to rise in Beirut based artist Michela Boots, saying the entire event was surreal before we could even think of what to do next. Everything exploded. And when I mean everything I mean everything as degree was following. I just hid under card people. They were like literally standing behind, actually didn't get so lucky to have a lot of them got hit on the head. Some of them die. Officials in the disaster stricken city now searching for answers about what caused the enormous explosion and, above all, who was responsible. Well, despite the evidence that this was an industrial accident, President Trump has decided otherwise. Here's correspondent Aaron Carter Ski president Trump called the explosion in Beirut and attack. This was not A some kind of a manufacturing. Explosion type of event, A U. S official told ABC News. There are no indications the Beirut explosion came from a bomb or attack, the president of Lebanon said the blast was caused by nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate stored unsafely in a warehouse. That's 1000 times more ammonium nitrate than was used in the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal building. French President Emmanuel Macron is in Lebanon today meeting with leaders there to discuss how France might offer assistance,

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Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | Last week

Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

"Explosion in Lebanon's capital city kills at least 100 people and injures for 1000 Maur this morning. Some residents are searching the debris in the streets of Beirut frantically looking for missing loved ones. The source of the blast remains unclear, but Lebanese investigators are focusing on a warehouse. That held tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate, suggesting an industrial accident. ABC Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem. The root is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents, Lebanon's prime minister confirmed Firming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Initial reports was that was of fireworks manufacturing plant.

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"abc news" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | Last month

"abc news" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Or ABC News. And I hard radio Station News, 93.1 Kfbk Elliot's 11 states air hitting record highs in there rolling averages of Anu Corona virus cases, The Washington Post reports. The state's reaching new highs in the rolling average of cases are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and Wisconsin. The most local beaches close for the Fourth of July weekend. Orange County is confirming 413 you cases of covert 19 and three more fatalities. Yesterday's announcement raises the total number of cases to over 16,000. County officials say the three people who died were all residents of skilled nursing facilities. One human year does not equal seven dog years and you study from the UC School of Medicine debunk the popular way of calculating a dog's age in human years believed author says the 127 year ratio doesn't make sense because the dog can reproduce when it's less than a year old. All human cannot at the age of seven. I'm Angelica Johan. And a very pleasant good afternoon to you. Be careful driving in North Highlands North and want Avenue at P. F Road. There's a grass fire. I'm seeing a big time waster in west Sacramento, westbound I'II between the Sacramento River and Capital Avenue. You're delayed in that stretch, 17 minutes. If you're making the drive up to the Sierra over the long weekend, westbound I 80 will be reduced to one lane for the Ditz Slope stabilization Project at Farid. Long term closures of the ferret on and off ramps are expected during the construction estimated completion date in late summer of 2021. Steve Herrera, who's only 3.1 calf, McKay What will be heating up through the rest of the afternoon hours. Sidestepped was running in the mid to upper nineties to near 100 under a sunny sky. Clear tonight. Love between 60 and 60 for plenty of sunshine again for tomorrow.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

07:02 min | 4 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The hydroxy chloroquine been amazing to me before the president said anything about it there was fair and balanced coverage a of this very promising drug and the fact that it had such a long track record that the risk were pretty well known and as soon as he said something positive about it. the media's been on Jihad. Discredit the drug. It's quite strange. A Jihad as opposed to Jiahd. I'm from the south. We say Jiahd but you know he's right by Andrew Cuomo has said there have been encouraging anecdotal signs on the use of hydroxy caloric win and the media was okay with that it was with the president said that suddenly they go. We're going to get everybody killed now. Look it is true. It is absolutely true. We don't know dosing for everyone. There is again. It's anecdote because there aren't enough research. We're talking research studies of of thirty to fifty people at a time and so it varies wildly. You can do a study of studies so to speak and maybe get a more accurate impression of it that but still a lot of it is anecdotal and that anecdote suggests that it benefits patients. The anecdote suggests that benefits patients more with the River Mason as well. The anecdotes suggest that the people who have heart issues a spikes when you do a Combo of hydroxyl or Gwen and aretha Mason and the anecdote suggests it works better for people who are not in. Icu THAN PEOPLE. Who've already gone into that critical Icu stage The sooner you get it in symptoms develop the better off. You seem to be but again. It's all anecdotal data. But the anecdotes are there. And the fact that the media's attacking the president for raising these issues where they were fine with it till he raised it tells you more about the media than about the science the studies and the medicine. That's unfortunate that we're at that point my wife and I. We made the decision we were going to outsource some of our Easter prep in meal To Satterfield here and making local barbecue place that had closed bought by new. Warner's reopened and I'm hearing a lot of other people wanting to do that. And the act. Commissioner Gary Black is stepping up as quickly as possible. Probably going to be able to do it in time for Easter but There are going to be a number of sites. Set up to be able to connect you to the growers and producers out there. The restaurants The people who are making stuff with Georgia grown food. There's one right now in the Atlanta area chow down. At L. DOT COM and. I'm hoping that this will have the food supply in the state is actually okay It's the supply. It's the global supply chain for paper products. That somewhat of a promo. I gotTa tell you. Even that's coming back online. I I I got an email from Amazon dot com. Last night that they had their products. Were coming back in stock if I needed to order some and I was able to get toilet paper and paper towels and they weren't gonNA ship until I and I got a email from Amazon that they're actually going to ship way sooner than that. So the supply chain is there now. I want to get into some of the politics of the politics out there and I want to play for you real quick this audio from the president yesterday you have A lot of people identify but this is something we've never seen before so I think we're reaching a level of where it's going to start coming down where it's going to start sloping down the good thing. Is that the number of beds needed. I think we were right about that. I was right. My group was right. they're not nearly as many bettors beds eight thought that not needing as many ventilators as they thought In fact we just saw in fact I just saw on your show a couple of other people just reported back to me that everyone is in great shape from the standpoint of ventilators which are very hard because they're expensive in their big like it's you know and they're very high tech But very hard to get and we're building thousands of them and we have that in good shape we're GONNA run. We have almost ten thousand to stockpile and we have our military ready will in the naval. They'll be they'll be taking them wherever the wave goes wherever the monster goes will be able to go there. The ability of the government to allocate resources is always gonNA be political but it's increasingly interesting to me. How the the? The media is separating out things such that you would believe. The president is withholding or giving supplies based on whether or not the people are nice to him in. And here's the thing a we know. It's not actually happening that way. We actually know that those areas that need resources are getting the resources we know this to be true and yet the media continues to peddle these stories. Now there's some else WanNa play the Comma Harris. Joe Biden has picked up. A couple of her fundraisers a lot of people who that just means. He's going to pick her. He's GonNa pick her not necessarily but this is she went on TV and she had this to say about the planning pandemic and what should have been done terms of dealing with the solutions to this problem which means acknowledging it is a real serious issue and not a hoax. The president did that which means saying that. One of the tools in the tool belt of the president in a crisis is to is to use the defense production act. The president did that to require that where we don't have what we need to meet the crisis in meet the moment we will create incentives and direction to the private sector to create those things. The president did that in this case. Ventilators masks test. The president did all of that I. It's very interesting. The Democrats are attacking the President's eight. He didn't do the things that he did The hydrochloric win hysteria continues from Democrats. Just right now. It's happening right now. As a matter of fact the Senate Democrats have blocked a Republican effort to expand the payroll protection program by the way speaking of the payroll protection program. You know there's only two hundred fifty billion dollars set aside for it right now. The Republicans actually have legislation. That would take the cap off. Actually I'd say McConnell's plan would be six hundred billion dollars and potentially take the cap off altogether if they reach that. 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"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:38 min | 4 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"The other day about our best players. Now I remember looking at what Joe Borough and all the teams he had to beat because it's the playoffs because the fifty game season you have a harder path to win it. You just do your. I mean Joe Borough played like seven top ten teams There are some of those players in their career. Didn't beat seven top ten teams and so sang all out to get to this. I as much as it didn't seem like it on the face value it. I do think you probably had a better chance to win to play for a national title if you were in the old format than you do now. That am I wrong to think that I think you're right. I think that I think that the previous version of Utah's the BCS. Buster sure that. Those seasons was undefeated seasons and beating a power five team in a bowl. Game were probably more satisfying to the fans in any season. They've had so far in the PAC twelve last year. They almost would have had the dream season. And then I think it ended in a very very bittersweet fashioned. The question is is it worth it is is the first of all. Let's be clear the value of worth worth but also just winning one of those BCS games. I th I think it's not quite not quite the same impact the did like I mean when Utah did it in two thousand four hundred. They were the first ones to do it. Right in two thousand eight. They beat Alabama Alabama's first team under saving. I you know if Memphis had beaten Penn state in the Combo last year would have been a big deal for them. I don't think it would have resonated quite like those. I just think at the end of the day. Don't you WANNA be at the big Boy Table Even if that means you're not gonNA have that kind of season necessarily I'd rather be at the at the grownup table at the main event then kind of spending most of the season off the radar and then hoping to have you know basically a perfect storm come together and you you get to do it. Ucf did a couple years ago. Obviously they got tremendous attention for that. It was a great accomplishment When they beat Auburn in the Peach Bowl. But it's not like people were tuning in every week to watch. Ucf play USF or actually. That was a very watching that. Here's a bad example playing Tulsa playing East Carolina. You're just off the beaten path. Same THING IF UTAH. We're still in the mountain west playing some of those teams look at it and just I mean I can say this 'cause I've seen Utah close a lot over the last five years. There's nothing fluky about them. You know like they belong and I think they're F- Fan base and I'm sure some of the people now are younger so there there's kind of coming of age in this but like I mean I think of them as power five program. I mean they obviously have a really good coach in a really good coaching staff. And I think if you have that It enables you to make the transition but to me I mean like I don't want to get into your blue bloods and whatever your thing was from years ago but I mean they're they're real team. I mean they're like nothing surprises me that they would be a top ten teams. Nothing fluky about it or anything like that so I think the fans I think the fans get that but I can get where you know. There's still something about being the gutty. Little underdog off the grid. I think there are people who can take pride in that to But you know now you're Utah. You're you're you're at the Big Table. All the time and you know I think people get that when they see it now because it's not happened once or twice. It's a consistent thing with that place. Let's wrap things up with this nice note from Jeff Wall in Helena. Montana Helena Montana how the least I knew it as soon as they came out of my mouth holy cow. It wasn't like I didn't know that it just just wants to see that came out of my mouth. Sorry to that entire city and to Jeff Student. Bruce is very unusual for me to send feedback after listening to a podcast. But I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your. Last George Schroeder I just finished it was extremely encouraging and it is. I believe to be your best podcast episode yet. Wow there have been over two hundred of them. So that's quite. The statement appreciated his vulnerability willingness to share his faith in inner thoughts. I bring that up because we got a lot of notes just like that and love to get them personnel yourself. You know that the response to the your show. Podcast is exactly why we booked the guests that we booked this week. We're still trying to figure out. Exactly what kind of content people want during this very unusual time but The interview daily George and him discussing his journey had exactly the effect. We're hoping it would and I hope that the same holds true This week with people getting to hear from Kelly and from John Gordon. Yeah and I think one of the things that I'm glad you said that. And I see multi a bunch of comments from this related to George in that conversation. You know I we are kind of figuring it out like one of the things when I would talk to other people about working for the athletic. I said The they would ask me about what's it like because you've been at other places like well. They just want good stories. That's really the mission is just go finding good tell good stories and I think right now. I'm not saying because there's a bunch just stories and I'm working on now but I think there is parts where you know you've got kids at home you're trying to play. You know daycare person and teacher and try not to watch too much news. But you're still kind of doing it so I think And honestly some of US are some of us are able to just plow ahead better than others. But I do think that you know we're trying to be authentic to to who we are and and just figuring this out as we go along and I think as we get further into this into what becomes our normal. I think we'll probably get more settled down on the football side of it because we'll get we'll be used to kind of how this is going to go for a little while. I have you guys have suggestions for certain guests. You want to hear from over the next few months you can obviously share those with us send an email to the audible prodigy dot Com as well as your college football questions that we can get to in the next episode. We'LL SEE NEXT TIME. Tournaments have been cancelled leagues or suspended. There hasn't been a live game on TV. And what feels like a year even though it's barely been two weeks there's no better reminder of how important sports our.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

07:09 min | 4 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"There's a lot of people who speak to football teams and sports teams and athletes on motivational fronts. And they all have come of probably in slightly different ways whether it's inky Johnson Yourself there's a there's a bunch of people in West Ryan Leaf. Yeah I mean and so we probably know Ryan Leaf story the best because of where he was as a pro athlete and everything and I remember. We micro did a TCU game and Gary Patterson told the story of a former a former college quarterback who went to prison and talked about the difference between You know you put an egg in water and this was another motivational speaker. I know at mentioned the story to Chip Kelly and chip chip was very familiar with it from from you being in the business of this. How much do you study what other people do? And maybe what resonates? How things do while. You're still trying to be true to yourself and your message. How Much Do you study? What other people who are also in the same space do I love Anki Johnson Love Ryan Damon West about overcoming math and be imprisoned for seven years. He wrote a book called the coffee. Bean together and it happened because Dabo swinney introduced us so I studied them. I watched them. But here's what I know. They have their own unique story experience experience and they can only share their story and their experience. I can't share. There's 'cause I can only share what I know what I've been through so the key is true yourself so I try to come at it from a standpoint of leadership building a positive team my own experiences as an athlete and what I've learned from all the teams and all the coaches and all the soon athletes that I've worked what so now able to share my lessons in what I've learned along the way from all these other people so I'm more of a teacher than anything I would say. Some of these guys have the best stories ever and I can't compete with their story if I follow them. I think wow I don't WanNa have to follow them because there's some raw about their own experience like inky is experience man like you can't recreate that. But he had to go through that as a union. Be It and deal with that. And that's what made him who he is. Would I can go through. And what I ca share is Myo Negatively. My own challenges my struggles as a student athlete. I know that I didn't give it all my all to be the best I can be and it's one of my regrets and I talked to them about that. I allowed distractions again the way so I can only speak from my experience so each one of us is gonNA share our story our lessons as long as you share it from the heart and a true that's what comes across that's what's powerful student. Athletes Love Authenticity. They want realness one vulnerability. Don't tell me your perfect. Tell me your story and now I come too late to and I can connect you and I think that's what's most power a job just before we wrap one thing with the story just so the listeners know that I was referencing the Gary Patterson and told me and then I really to chip Kelly. That was that was named When you heard it Did it immediately think? Wow this is something that can that can help a lot of people out. I mean when you when you talk about Dabo Sweeney and how that kind of Keno kind of sprouted from there. Can you just kind of wrap on that of where that came and grew from it was such a cool moment because I get up there and dabbles like hey we had this? Guy David West speak and he talked about the carrot the egg and the Coffee Bean and Dabbles automated. He's all excited about is giving me the whole talk so that was like recreating David Talk for me. As he as he's telling me about it and I'm like what a great lesson because I've been talking about the powers on the inside inside out not outside in several years. I was sharing that treated with Clemson before their first college football playoffs when they were going to play in the ACC game at Charlotte. And I went back up there and talk to the team before the first college football playoffs and talked about the power is inside you inside out not outside so the coffee message is all about inside out. Being a coughing Karen Egg right are outside forces that can weaken your heart and you but the coffee bean is knowing that you can transform your environment from the inside out so that will tells me that something like man that is the best analogy to explain inside out so right away. I thought there needs to be a book called the Coffee Bean. Google notice that there wasn't a book the Coffee Bean then. I saw all these videos of the coffee. Bean the Karen the egg on there so I thought Oh. Wow this has been around for a while. It wasn't dame who invented it. He heard it from a guy in prison that autumn story. So W should we check today mess and I will and I reached out and said Hey John you can do this on your own. You don't have to do with me. I said no no. I think we're supposed to do this book together. You've been talking about it. I don't want to take it from you. I just love the idea and I think we can do it together and have a bigger impact and share this message with others. A said I'm in. Let's do it and literally bone. We wrote the book like in a in a few short days. It's only a twenty minute reads so it's a very quick quick agree with a Lotta pictures. Though so even athletes will read it and so low cost bill ready to do because it's short so so in doing that Now the book is out so it's really a cool story about how dabbled introduced. Us connected US knowing that we were meant to do it together and really exciting because Damon half my advance for the book and everything and I want to be. Truly you know like a great teammate. And he told me that when he got the check from the publisher for the Vans. It was the same amount that his parents had used for. Legal fees to try to keep him out of jail and he was able to pay his parents back with that money. So it's really cool. Yeah that is well. We encourage our listeners to follow you on twitter. It's J. O. N. Gordon Giorgio N Eleven at John Gordon Eleven. Each John is the guy that a lot of. You're probably favorite. Football coaches turned to and lean on to help motivate their teams. And so John. We appreciate you. Taking time on the audible will join us and share some of your perspective. Bruce thanks for having me and I just want to say in closing at this time. Talk to yourself. Don't listen yourself right now. There's a lot of these. We can be listening to the negative thoughts and fears and doubts design that we have to talk to ourselves with the words and encouragement. We need to keep moving forward. That's good good way to put our John. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks again take care. Thanks back to the podcast in a second but first word about our sponsor the Black Tux the black. Tux believes every room deserves a better experience when it comes to finding formal. Wear a suit or Tuxedo for their big day. Did you know the black? Tux was actually started by two guys. Who had one of the worst? Tuxedo fittings. You could imagine turns out the aren't alone in this frustration. Just listen to these one-star reviews from competitor. Tuck shops that shall not be named quote go elsewhere. This place is pretty terrible. Unless you're dressing like your GRANDPA for Halloween. Ouch we felt weird buying a suit from somebody so unhappy. We were afraid. His bad vibes might follow us to our wedding day..

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"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Told by this medical expert that I need to get tested but then I had to go on the journey of of figuring out how to get tested incredibly difficult very frustrating hours on the phone between my eye healthcare provider. La County Health Department Cedar Sinai here in La. The hospital and one point. I'm on the phone with La County housing. This woman says to me. Well I can tell just by talking to you. You don't you don't sound. You don't sound sick enough to get us or not. How were? Isn't that our choosing who gets just new dozen. We'll say my symptoms that day were were ran comfortable but all things considered yes they were mild and I know and I know that the guidance is if your your symptoms are mild right now just assume you have it. Don't get tested. But but in this case I think I was in. I was in a unique position. I really fortunate that eventually was able to get tested. And as soon as as I was you know I I made a commitment to myself that I was going to share my story because I was able to get that test because I was able to get answers that so many people with my symptoms aren't able to get right now so it took days results came back positive and the strange thing about getting that phone call was that by the time they called to tell me. My results were positive. I was feeling better feeling. I was feeling fine. I was experiencing symptoms that that were something at any other point. In my life I would have just pushed through at any point in my life. I would have been at work I would have been. You know trying to get to bed earlier or or whatever I would've explained away as just exhaustion but But what was most. I think notable about my experience in an another reason why it was really important for me to share it was. I didn't have a dry cough. I coughed once then how shortness of breath I didn't have any of these respiratory issues that are being so closely associated with Corona virus in certainly award at the beginning stages of this. My symptoms were mild and I think it's what millions of Americans are experiencing and and I hope it. My story can be a reality check for a lot of people that yeah that time a couple of weeks ago. You felt rundown and it didn't know why I was very likely actually krone virus so with with no treatment or no medicine it seemed like your body just kind of fought it off when they tell you. Okay you have. What is it fourteen days or so before you know work? I feel like we're in uncharted waters here with the science of this because they're just trying to figure it out like at. What point are you able to go out and about assuming you know we in L. A. could go? Can you go to the grocery store now? Like how like? How do they treat people like that? Yeah since it really good question and then yeah and that's.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Welcome to the audible presented by trader. Joe's I'm Stewart. Mandel joined his always by Bruce Feldman Bruce. We've got a loaded show today. We've got two guests. I was going to be our friend Kelly Hartong from ABC News Keighley's Ben First of all we all know Kelly from college football reporter for ESPN. She's been very open about The journey she just went through of having tested positive for Cova nineteen and with that whole Period was like for her. WanNa talk to her We're also having on John Gordon who is a motivational speaker? Who works with a lot of the top couch programs? And then Bruce I promise people promise. We are actually going to answer your questions about football this week. Let's to it. We were very pleased now to be joined by our friend Kelly hearten. You probably remember her from her days as an ESPN sideline reporter But now she is a national news reporter for Abc and the first person in my life that I know who actually Tested positive for corona virus from having covered at Keighley. First of all. Just letting people know you're recovered. Now you're healthy you're back on TV but take us through this odyssey that you went through. I am thank you so much for having me. Thank you both for your friendship and support During this this whole ordeal I really appreciate really appreciate the kindness that I received from both So glad to be here with you and glad to say yes I am. I am doing well now so it was the first week of March that I went to Seattle and I was covering covering the initial outbreak of Kobe teen in the US. You know there was a nursing home there. That was really the epicenter of it all and I spent a week. There really seeing firsthand. The told of this virus was taking. I mean we were standing outside of the nursing home watching ambulances Up every day and seeing residents from this facility rolled out on stretchers and taken to the hospital and then you hear the death toll go up. I mean it was. It was the most chilling assignment. I've had in a way in the sense that we were seeing this happen every day and we were seeing these loved ones their family members just crying out for help and not able to get it so we did our best to try to hold officials accountable and help these families at answers and while we were there. The virus started spreading across the country. We learned of the first case in New York.

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"abc news" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Interview with ABC news bar suggested that trump stop tweeting about the DOJ is review comes days after trump inserted himself into the sentencing of his longtime associate Roger stone slamming the seven to nine years sentencing recommendation as a miscarriage of justice shortly after the DOJ stepped in and change the recommendation so far the only responses from the White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham is that bill Barr has the right to publicly offer his opinions and she said the president has full faith and confidence and bar to do his job well meantime a public argument has now erupted between president trump but as former chief of staff the president tweeting what I terminated John Kelly which I couldn't do fast enough he knew full well that he was way over his head the tweet in response to Kelly's remarks Wednesday night in which she defended a former National Security Council official who was recently ousted by the president defended the news media and question the president's handling of North Korea White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham also criticizing her former boss I was disappointed obviously especially I saw some of the comments that he made and I was in the room with him when he actually backed the president on many of the things that he's now saying you know weren't great Kelly who left the White House in December of twenty eighteen declined to comment on the president's tweets San Antonio police are investigating a crash on the north side overnight authorities were called to the scene on six you know for Near East after the oaks Boulevard where officers say the driver lost control of his brand new Aston Martin and struck a curb police say the vehicle went airborne into a wooded area where it rolled over several times the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital as a precaution but their injuries are not believed to be life threatening as early but loading begins next week governor of it set to hit the campaign trail throughout the state this month hoping to keep the state house from turning blue with campaign event shutting on Monday the governor's off the highland village in Waxahachie Cabey San Antonio Texas Republicans are truly worried about Democrats flipping the Texas house in twenty twenty and the governor is doing everything in his power to try to make sure that that does not occur rice university political scientist mark Jones says abit will also have to work doubly hard this year absent a speaker bond and from the octal scene Greg Abbott's having to fill it and it's not only focused on helping incumbent Republicans but also those who think stand the best chance of flipping democratic seats in November at the capitol Chris fox news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. nor Texas radio station is appealing the Texas DMV's rejection of its requested personalized license plate K. G. A. F. in Gainesville wanted to put its call letters on the plate but the state agency rule that the letters G. A. F. stood for a vulgar expression as in give a F. bomb the station Wednesday was told that their appeal to the DMV was rejected the federal government grant to the station it's call letters more than seventy years ago the station manager plans to take the matter up with the governor Abbott state officials are hoping that community members will turn out today for the burial of a veteran in mission navy veteran George Washington Dorset died just a few weeks short of his eighty fifth birthday none of his family is expected to attend the funeral which will take place at ten o'clock this morning at the Rio Grande Valley Texas state veterans cemetery Dorsett will receive full military honors W. away I news time seven thirty seven traffic and weather together in a minute but first a check of your money in the world.

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"abc news" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

06:21 min | 8 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Anxiety and Depression Association of America. They can put you in touch with resources. Yes even in South Dakota and we have chapters there where you could Deal with the issue. A little better by being embraced by survivors a bit like the previous caller talked about. But there is help for you. I also wanted to make a point That Jennifer made and I want to highlight it and that is people people commit. Suicide are in so much psychic pain that they're hurting so badly that life becomes agony and and they're both helpless and hopeless. Many could be helped if they receive treatment. And there's a lot of obstacle as you all know in their stigma there's difficulty with third party payers etcetera but I always tell the medical students you know no one Growing up volunteers ears to be somebody that in the end is going to commit suicide. This is terrible A hand to be dealt as diabetes beauties or t as Jennifer Metro earlier terminal cancer and Jennifer Yeah I also you know in listening to Sarah Anne and the fact that she cries is every day and it's coming up on two years I learned from therapy. That grief is love so when you lose someone you love love. It is not only normal but healthy to grieve that loss but that there is this phenomenon called complicated grief which is if you don't get some professional therapy or support that can persist and can interfere. You know in in your recovery Rian your healing and and I also learned and my children learned with therapy. And it's in the book with another survivor story. A concept or a theory theory that was developed in the nineteen nineties by two psychologists called post traumatic growth and that it's inconceivable when you're in as much pain as the last caller was in to imagine a situation where your life is actually in many ways better but in dealing with trauma it is it can be an opportunity opportunity for a deeper appreciation of life enrich relationships with other people. Sometimes that involves spiritual change but That is possible the ball and and I hope that our last caller gets to that point and sir. I think he's still on the line. Does does what Charles or Jennifer offer you Any any leads any guides of things that you can do that feel constructive in this moment. Well it does. It's it's I looked online and I've tried to get into these You know groups of people talking about their grief online and I don't know if it's something. That's that's GonNa be Cathartic for me in any way I just feel worse. I don't know how to explain it. I just I'm very spiritual person and I okay. I appreciate it full things and the countryside and I just miss my daughter so terribly and I I know Oh that she was hurting. She suffered from anxiety and depression and but she had so much to live for. She was so beautiful and bright and smart mark. And when. I can't spell something. I have no one to call anymore. You know like I just I just I'll do what I can't I just I may I. I'm going to have to go and buy the doctors book. It sounds like some of the resources that offered you in this conversation would be. I hope of some help. Thank you thank you so much for sharing your Your experiences in your grief. Of course you miss her doctor number off. What what you you say to offer Those people who say I didn't see the signs You know I think In speaking to my colleagues before the show that you'd said look their patients of yours were we're we're one or two of them have taken their own lives and you had not registered that that was likely consequence no they they weren't even on my worry list. You know all psychiatrists have patients on their worry less than and three patients that I've lost in the last two years Completely blindsided me and I think that there there are fundamentally two different kinds of suicides. One is the kind of person who suffered for a long time with with the known psychiatric illness by police disorder depression for example And they just don't get better for whatever reason they don't get the right treatment it meant. They haven't been availed themselves of any treatment and they finally sort of Decide that they've had enough. The other kind is just the impulsive suicide. These are often occurs in adolescence And as you know. Adolescence is a time of very deep feelings and great hurts and our society with all his social media is sort of set up for this cyber bullying it Cetera and many times young people will Have a a terrible hurt. Be Ostracized from Social Group. The embarrassed embarrassed and school. The million not having a date at the prom and they will impulsively decide to take their life. So it's extremely difficult. Got To pick up on the warning signs there. There is the sort of classic notion of somebody calls you and says I'm going to give away all of my belongings And I WANNA make a donation to the charity of your choice And I just wanted to tell you what a great friend you've been. Well that's a warning sign but it rarely happens. That way chosen are off. You talked a little bit about impulsive decisions. Let's talk a little bit about popular culture and I think the best way to do. It might be through talking about the Netflix Netflix. Show thirteen reasons why the show is built around the mystery of the suicide of its main character named Hannah in this extra segment The series creator. Brian Yorkey Rickie talked about the show's depiction of Hannah suicide. We.

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"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

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"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

11:06 min | 9 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Or not. Aw You have ever thought about walking away from this job well for big business journalist. ABC We know you love it. It's perfect But I mean it's like sometimes I have these dreams about living on a farm in Minnesota. Do you really. I'm I'm interviewing you but yeah you're going to milk a cow for a living. I've done it you don't know I'm not saying milking say is enough farm. I know about you but you've seen those beautiful shabby chic farms. Oh that'd be but internally we can get into that on no oh limit. Oh okay okay. Have you ever seriously thought about walking away I think there's always going in to be if you're an ambitious motivated person. I think there's always going to be the sort of Scenarios like Is that interesting you know. My parents were just in town and we were talking about this trip. That we took to New York. Mon are like a family vacation that we came. I'm here for it was one. It was the first time in New York and I was laughing. Because the U N J just just happened and I was laughing because as I remembered when we visited the UN. And I was like oh I want to be a diplomat and then the next day we visited the New York Stock Exchange and I said Oh I want to be a traitor and then the next day only really went and saw rent and I was like I wanna be performer. So sharing that is I grew up having having a lot of different interests in one of the things that I have loved about. This job is that it is. It feels like something of a combination of those interests. You know you and I we've both been to the UN and interviewed people there and obviously spent a lot of time at the New York. Stock Exchange and even on Broadway Interviewing people so I love that this job true allows me to taste a lot of different things and I think i. I think that Blake is both long and short and so they're always going to be for me. Things things that I one thing is starting things you know. I like to build things and I think that's why and I. I know you're the same way. That's why so you started boss files. That's why started no limits. That's why worked on the dropout. I feel excited when I'm charting a new course uh-huh and I think that for me at this point what I figured out how to chart that course inside news in a big company and we talk about about this too on no limits and you know being an intra-party Moore instead of an entrepreneur has a lot of benefits. You're not necessarily having to build all the framework you have office space. There's not risking it. All you're not risking everything And there's there's a lot of benefit to that so at this point I've really enjoyed being in a position to build things but of course that has a limit to it because when you're working for somebody else and ultimately that person is the arbiter arbiter of your whether or not you can or can't do things it's great that. ABC News has been so open to being entrepreneurial But when you you come up against that every once in a while red tape of course that's going to be a question of I believe in this thing I believe so much I would stake my life in my career career on it if I can't build this and luckily I haven't had to have that existential crisis you know. It's not like it it. We don't come close at times where you really have to sell bosses on something that you believe in but they're new to it But you've done that successfully any time take time again Hallelujah. We a few months ago over the summer when we were home in Minnesota we were out to dinner with a bunch of friends and someone was like. Let's play a game. It's like oh no what game and they said you have to answer. If you didn't do this what would you do. And it can't be the same job it can't be like Oh everything's perfect. There would be this and money is not an issue. So that's that's what the game is so prevette guy. If you didn't don't do this what would you do. So I have two answers to that the answer and I mean this a huge I do mean this I would work at Sephora Laura as I love makeup and products sells woman and my husband and I actually so matt in I it made. Didn't his wedding vows that if we pass to Sephora that we would go in if I if I wanted to because that's how much I love before so that's one and I'm in the the other is something entrepreneurial I don't the thing is I've always said this about a company or books if I'm starting a company or if I'm writing a book it's because I deeply believe in the company it's because I deeply want to do that specific perfect thing. It's not just for the sake of starting a company just like it is with books. If I have something I really we want to say I would write a book. Are you writing a book. Not Right now will you. Maybe I can you share wine. Gosh see who asked me this. Actually Sarah Haynes asked me love out at title this woman yes Sarah a mutual friend of ours whose phenomenal I don't have any good titles D- like the dropout was the best offer so all right to be continued. How are you at saying no because that was the biggest shock? Young with motherhood is how much I had to start saying. No it's been very very clarifying To like I said before motherhood allows you to say no I think in ways and thank goodness for this moment and and it's I'm sure I I know it doesn't work that way for everyone so I speak as someone who I consider myself to be highly fortunate that I can say no and it does mean something to the powers that be inside of the company that I work for but I believe I've gotten a lot better at saying no now how in motherhood than I was previously and I think that it's because I understand that my daughter is a priority priority and in some ways the the kind of sad thing is that if it was me I would not make mice be pre pre Isabel if the no was because of me and my needs then. That's not a priority so I give the wiggle room to whomever is asking And usually that ends up being me sort of rolling with it and making it work and you know that word no. I do think it's a really important thing. And I think it's is critical in your career. But I also think that yes is a really important word to and I think we're in this moment in time where setting boundaries and being explicit about yourself and who you are what you stand for and I I like integrity and thinking about the long-term are so important to me but I also do believe that because I paid my dues because you paid did your dues. That's why I'm sitting here now. That's why you're sitting here now. I respect that and other people when I get the impression that somebody has paid their dues and and said yes. Frankly frankly the things. They didn't want to say yes to that. I have a lot of respect for that. Now does that mean that you should diminish yourself or harm yourself or harm people around you know but in a larger sense mm-hmm I also really think as important as the word no is the word yes is also important Jordan. I've been trying to decide about something to say. Yes or no to know I feel like I have to say yes. Oh no I like that. I think you're right. We need to yes. It's a balance more from our boss. Vows no limits crossover episode after the break can't get enough of the NBA sign up. NBA League passed to gain access to every game being played across the association every night with all new ways to watch through the NBA Visit Mba dot com or the NBA APP to get started today. That's the end of the mortgage. The dragon experiment. Are you gonNA play it for stop. I always sleigh at Queen Secondly yes brick and mortar Sundays at eleven thirty only on adult swim by real life. Heroes Heroes meet five all star Athletes Watch brand new episodes be real every Monday. Starting November eighteen only on each report. I want to talk a little bit about Minnesota. Oh the mid West and how it has has shaped you professionally and personally because a lot of Journalists and a lot of sort of if you will mean stream media our coastal right. This is the west coast or the East Coast. And you're not from there. We work here. But we're both from the middle the country. How do you think it has shaped you has it will? It definitely has shaped me. I I imagine you to as well Where you grow up makes a big difference about how you see the world and who you know earlier in your life and that's something that I especially in this moment where there are so many clubs in so many silos I constantly come back to this idea of everybody has a story? Everyone has a childhood. It started out pretty innocent. Hopefully really for the most part for most people and I have a lot of respect for or I think I do. I hope I do do for people who feel like they're not seen by the media As a sort of general in quotation marks idea idea I think it's really important. This is something you know. Numbers are really important and politics and we talk a lot about numbers. But I also think that it's really important to see people and to be among people and be among the people people that you're speaking about.

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"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"One thing I'd love to I think I I know a little bit about your daily day to day a- and the day job no limit but I don't think our listeners know that's A. What is it typical day in the life of being the chief business business and economics correspondent at ABC News and the host and creator of no limits and the dropout and a favorite no limits? Moment Oh wow so okay okay so first of all life doing all of these various wearing these various is generally speaking. I start my day with good morning America so I usually leave my apartment around five forty five and go to GM and end whatever. I'm covering that morning. Generally I've already worked on the night before but sometimes it happens to come up that morning so I'm working on it in transit. Maybe I'm making some phone calls. Sending emails is two sources. That kind of thing go in get made up do gm a post GM. May I usually have a little bit of downtime so when you go dancing. That's what I go dancing and I also see my daughter now and that's when you when you when you go dancing. I'm picturing myself at a bar on. The bar does not happen anymore. Yeah especially not in the middle of the morning. I don't have a college college guys. I have a problem okay but I don't Okay so at that time I go hang out with Isabelle oftentimes I'll exercise oftentimes and then I start taking meetings mid morning or going on shoots Do Egg no limits Yep Then after that I usually travel up town to the office where we're sitting right now And get ready for world news if there is a world news story for the night and that's around on six thirty and then talked to David Muir few times figure out what they're looking for for the night do that and then head home favorite. No limits moment this one right now. Oh come on it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a hundred percent. Poppy Harlow no all right another one. That one doesn't count. Yes I'm serious and I know this kind of a cop out but there isn't one moment I think what the number one thing in the way that I feel about about new limits and I know it's we've talked about this with your feelings towards boss files I love. The conversation can breathe. I love that we can have a really. There's more depth here and we can have our random. Oh we're going to get we're going to head over here. You know way off left out in left field and have a conversation sation over here and then we're gonNA come back and we're going to have a serious conversation. We're GONNA laugh. I just for me that is nourishing and I hope it is for our listeners. There's too that's the thing like I'm constantly surprised and I also I do love it and I'm sure you love this too when people look at you and say I've never told anyone go back and you're like yeah keep going seriously..

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"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Of you. Who aren't familiar with it is about theranos? It's about Elizabeth Homes Horizon Fall. At one point she was the youngest female self made billionaire and it all came crashing crashing down. Can I just plug for a minute. By the way this got sold as a big TV series. Kate McKinnon is going to play her fun. effing it's pretty pretty fun. I have to say and but that all see okay. Yes you look at all of that and that is kind of what the end game is and it continues but you an idea the avenue idea about that in fact when to fight to get it done as as most worthy projects. There wasn't there wasn't a lot of of interest in the beginning in fact when I first started looking at this story there was a big election going on. Actually it was. It was a little before the election but there was this big big election that was taking up most of the oxygen in the room and so not everyone was immediately sold on this idea that I was going to investigate this story. And so Taylor Taylor and I as we started we were by the skin of our teeth. We were going to get this thing done so every time I was. We're based in New York. Every time I would travel to the west coast I would seek out the sources for different stories. Yeah we'd be on other stories but it would be like hey we're going to be here Hawk to us and we thank goodness for public libraries where we found public libraries where we could interview people for free in the Public Library. Thank you to my sister Lauren. Who led US Hughes her way as a place that we recorded some of these interviews and so in the early days? There you know to be honest wasn't a huge amount of interest until there was and when the SEC came in when the DOJ came in with charges all of a sudden this story which had been kind of quiet off at least some people's radars for awhile suddenly became fascinating to people here and people in many places and frankly it was because we had started this project and just pursued it for the love of of it For the pure interest of it that we were at the point. We we obtain these depositions tapes which were key because they were the first time that you had heard from Elizabeth homes in her own words responding to the accusations. How allegation did you get those? Oh my no you can't reveal your sources. How hard was it to get those? It was it took so much asking and again to the teams credit. Taylor's look it up the the amount of time that we spent asking being every single source that we spoke to the actual obtaining of the tapes the day that we got the tape. So we were we were. We happened to be interviewing wing. Someone who told us that he had access and he could give them to us we. It was three of us. Taylor Victoria and I were in Palo Alto. The tapes were in Berkeley. And that's a long way away from people who don't know and this is all going to sound silly but we knew that we needed to get the tapes that day at that time. So Taylor raced to Berkeley to get the tapes. We had another interview that we raced to complete fleet. We were on the phone with our legal in Standards Department making sure that everything was kosher in that we could get. I mean it was just physically. It was actually a feat. Mia Dan but for those tapes. Thank goodness for our intrepid Taylor on going to Berkeley and Sitting in traffic crazy crazy traffic but obviously the good thing. You didn't leave those tapes on the plane. Oh yeah well I mean I can't even begin to tell you like technology is not the it it. Technology failed us in many ways as well we can by the way I had another shoot. We had another shoot in San Francisco. Our car was broken into. I remember list all all of our everything so we had to repeat the shoot at night after. Yeah but those those tape but the tape okay. Hallelujah coming up I ask Rebecca what she would do if she were not a journalist. That's next newham like everybody in Palm. Beach Nausea Jeff. St No one knows how he made the happening in buttoning short and pulling my body onto the already naked body after the night for sixteen years as I reported on Jeffrey Epstein. The man the multi-millionaire the monster. Now go behind the story with me Vicky Hurst of CNN's CNN's new podcast. The Jeffrey Epstein I knew subscribe. Now where have you get your podcasts..

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"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

08:45 min | 9 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"A little something special for you today a crossover pie with my dear friend. Rebecca Jarvis you know her as ABC News chief business correspondent the host of her. No limits. podcast you probably don't know unless this is Arma listening. I'm we both grew up in Minnesota and went to Montessori School people together when we were four years old but it wasn't until our paths crossed again reporting here in New York City that we reconnected more than a decade ago. When you grow up in Minnesota and anybody anybody wherever you've grown up if you happen to find yourself I think in a major city when you're in that major city and then you meet someone from your hometown totally? It's an immediate connection. I watched Rebecca grow so much over the years as a fellow journalist and as a mother I admire her deeply and I learned a lot from her and how she navigates for demanding job to be an amazing mother. I think that life is both long and short and so they're always going to be for me. One thing is starting things I like to build things and I think that's why and I. I know you're the same way that's why you started boss files that's why I started no limits. That's why I worked on the drought. I feel excited when I'm charting. A new course we also talk a lot about growing up in the Midwest and how that shaped both of us personally and professionally. It's a special friendship and I am deeply grateful for it. After this episode you can head over to Rebecca's Rebecca's no limits podcast where she interviews me and flips the Mike. This is very exciting. Rebecca Jarvis. Poppy Harlow fire only Lebron calls. You Rebecca you're my only friend ever. Oh Man all right well. I'm so excited to have you here and to get to to do this with someone. I cherish and call a dear dear friend so let's go back old school to Minnesota represent five years years old. You and I are in Montessori school together at Lake country. They called it children's house. Is that what they call us. What they call it the yeah the classroom? I room experience at five and you dug up a photo recently of us at your birthday yet or th birthday or something like that. Yeah it was so cute so we didn't really know that we knew each other back in the day when we re met so remind people how we re-met about a decade ago. Yeah we're wild and free in child less that was pre kid so okay so so poppy and I we go way back to Minnesota. We grew up. We we started our lives kind of together. In this Montessori school and then we went separate ways as poppy went to a school called Blake stayed at a school called Lake country and suddenly were both in New York. I was working for. CNBC at the time. Were you at CNN. GESTA RBM CNN. Maybe Forbes. I don't know long ago so poppy was at CNN. I met CNBC and at this place in New York called the Nasdaq which you may. They have seen on television before it's basically it's basically a TV set. Frankly where people talk about stocks and so we're both sitting in these tiny tiny little cubicles that are smaller than the rumor sitting in right now and I happened to overhear this voice in the background. That said something. I think you said something about Minnesota and he was like wait Minnesota in New York City or I just had a thick accent. Yeah right well either way. It was like this. This light. Lightbulb went off because when you grow up in Minnesota and anybody wherever you've grown up if you happen to find yourself I think in a major city when you're in that major city and then you meet someone someone from your hometown totally. It's an immediate connection so it was this crazy moment of like. Oh my God. We used to be in children's tells together And since then it's been amazing because you and I have now. This is more than a decade later and we've both grown in our our careers and I think it's I mean. We had not seen each other for years and point. But it's this great thing where we can now turn to each other and say does this make makes sense. Yep I'm dealing with this issue or my boss said this or this happened network and I you said cherish at the beginning like that is such unimportant thing that I cherish cherish our friendship so much too and the fact that we like swap. You should see what we're wearing because the dress effect he's wearing yeah. I'm GONNA go really shallow here. I saw her wearing and I bought it like the next day and now the skirt that I'm wearing she's going to go by this afternoon. They're both from Zara. Avi They didn't actually give give us any money to say that but on the real. I think that what's been so unique for me about this. Friendship is it. It's been a personal and a professional one in that you have helped me grow more than anyone else in in terms of all of my friendships. in my career and really standing up for myself and then also personally whether it's in my marriage or being a mother and becoming a mother so I am. I am grateful for that I am too. You're GonNa make me cry okay. Watching they're just listen. So let's let's begin there actually because I think so many interviews and so you know the first. This question to cocktail party is what do you do. So I prefer to ask you. Rebecca who are you and what makes you smile Well first first and foremost the first word that came to mind now in my life is mom and I feel like that's something you and I also share where were really deeply passionate about our work but but being mom's wives is also really important to us and when you said what makes you smile. I pictured my daughter Isabelle's face because it's like the thing right now. Sweet izzy sweet. She's she Yeah it was such a journey as you know and some of the listeners of no limits have heard a little little bit about it but it was. It took a long time to become a mom and I think I speak only for myself here but for me I think in many ways is that made it sweeter. I don't know what it would have been like if I had become a mom overnight or if it was something that was easier for my husband and I and less of a journey to to get to but knowing myself. I'm not saying that I would have taken it for granted if it happened right away for us but I am. I'm saying that now I absolutely don't and I I look at my daughter and I see the importance of our relationship and what she means and she the whole will thing her our relationship. My husband's relationship with her. Our relationship is a family. It's all been so clarifying about life. And what really matters to me clarifying about life. That's a beautiful way to say it and it's exactly right so if it's okay with you I'd like to go a little deeper than you have before on your journey there because I feel like we were. I was trying to hold your hand along that journey as much as I could P people don't don't talk enough about how hard it is. They don't post instagram pictures of their heartbreak. Yeah so you have the wonderful husband Matt who I've known own for a also of Minnesota and And you guys decide you want to become parents and then it's challenging But then it gets really challenging. What did you go through Well and I really haven't talked a lot about this and part of the reason I haven't talked about it is not because I'm ashamed aimed or because I think it's wrong or even that I did something wrong although I have to say that back when it originally happened there were moments where I feared that I had done something. You didn't thank you. Keep reminding yourself I had a miscarriage the early Or actually late in a pregnancy in my first pregnancy and it was probably the most was devastating thing that's ever happened In our lives my husband and I loved this being this human that was supposed to come into our lives and it also occurred after we had been trying for a really long time and I had. I've talked about this before but I had we had been going through. IVF and it was. It was.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

13:41 min | 10 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Term commitments just go to stamps dot com on the microphone in the top of the homepage and type in stapleton that stamps dot com enter stapleton to do all right back to it so what would you do if you if a man of significant power and authority decided that he didn't like it all the wars that he didn't want us anymore and he wants to try and get us out we got a problem doesn't he because our wars in the Middle East have created gigantic power vacuums and any time we have tried to pull out of a war when we tried to pull out Iraq and Afghanistan almost instantly we saw a new fighting force rise up in order to try and take control in the vacuum we left behind you see the Iraqis aren't standing up and defending their own country nor are the Afghans they're just simply they're supporting the US whose defense ending those countries and anytime the US government tries to pull back scaled-down move the power vacuum is filled with some very very nasty people and we've seen this happened several times over the last decade or so so how would this man attempt to withdraw from a country where he goes a power vacuum is going to exist does he align himself with the Syrian government not necessarily that would be a really tough thing to do at the same time he can't turn it over to the Kurds and support them because they're not able to stand on their own two feet they're just GonNa get overrun he can't turn it over to the Russians nor to the Iranians because we are at this time our mortal enemies who's left who's left Turkey so if Donald trump decides that he wants to get us out of Syria and leave that Hellhole and cut our losses how does he do it without creating another isis style fighting force Scott to turn it over to somebody it's either the Syrians which he doesn't like and he doesn't have the political power to do or the Turkish military so he chooses Turkey he pulls the troops out of northern Syria down into southern Syria leaves the Kurds to fight it out on their own and allows gives the Turkish government room to move in and occupy makes sense that prevents the the type of militant organization like Al Qaeda or Isis or whatever comes next 'cause it's all the same people by the way like be people like to think that these are different groups different factions they're just people who move from one fight to another there's no real industry in the Middle East well there's some in Syria before we bombed it all into extinction will you go to Afghanistan you go to Iraq with the exception of northern Iraq even in northern Iraq really isn't much there isn't industry there aren't I remember in Afghanistan they were trying to open up a cigarette factory there and they couldn't get it done there's just too many obstacles nobody would have employed a ton of people at the cigarette making factory same thing for bottle water they wanted to start a bottle water agility or something and hire a bunch of people they couldn't get it done there's almost no industry there at all which means people don't have work they don't have technology and they don't have a drive or the desire to actually change that so what does a man how does a man make a living he makes it the same way they did before Napoleon he does it through conquest he does it through taking what somebody else's builds or made or earned an enslaving the people that he conquers well this all makes sense when you listen to the whole show that type of thing is happening in the Middle East right now and the problem now is that the US there's that Donald Trump in listen I you guys listen to this show all the time I don't carry water for trump but into let you know just how deep this sort of military industrial complex goes you need to look no further than ABC news ABC news recently put out a video was it yesterday or the day before what day was this morning it wasn't this morning oh it's that early okay this is just just before I came into the studio I saw the first tweets going around with people pointing it out okay so ABC news posted a video of what they claimed who were Turkish military forces attacking Kurds in Syria and this just shows the power of social media today it turns out that a guy named Polish patriot. TM on twitter recognize the footage from approximately fourteen to twenty six seconds in the ABC he report which showed a fiery blaze from afar while Mueller Muir Bohemia bemoaned the attack against the Kurds WHO made sure to note where American allies were American allies fighting alongside isis now they have taken the video down but you can still will find it if you go to the actual page I'm going to try and play this on my microphone I don't have it on the computer but I want you to hear what they said Wow so we can do this so have a listen to this military bombing civilians in a Syrian border town the Kurds who fought alongside the US against Isis now horrific reports of atrocities committed by Turkish backfires on those very allies all right so I'm GonNA above that up and post so everybody can hear it in the recording but essentially they're showing this footage of that just looks like absolute the carnage turns out if you watch the clip the this guy who was on twitter recognized it as a night shoot at a range in Kentucky it's an automatic weapons nights you everybody comes out and just you know unleashes hell on some targets down range and they they probably got a little what does it guy what's that explosive stuff that they use to blow up the targets with it's called whatever it is they use this compound to create some ex- explosions and it looks really cool and ABC used that footage and they pretended that came from Syria here's ABC's tweet when after they took it down correction we've taken down video that aired on world news tonight Sunday and Good Morning America this morning that appeared to be from the Syrian order immediately after questions were raised about its accuracy ABC news regrets the error questions were raised about its accuracy yeah no the it's a flat-out fake now here's the thing there is no possible way that was accidental. This is what I think about what would have to happen they would need they need an embedded reporter in the field they would need to receive the file from that embedded reporter they would then have the double check because they require two sources any good news organizations going to require two sources before they post something like that they didn't have it neither they might have somebody in Syria but certainly nobody who's watching that happen because that never happened that happened in Kentucky this was a deliberate attempt by ABC News no doubt not a conservative news network a deliberate attempt by them to create hysteria to create confusion to create anger over president trump's decision to withdraw from Syria they did not do that of their own free will they did that because they're paid they did that because they have lots of people who are interested and who have a financial interest in maintaining the wars and maintaining the violence in the Middle East. That's why that happened that shows you this is not even people talk about the you know the the neoconservatives this is this is so much deeper than that this is not neo-conservatism anymore this is just this is everybody operating and moving in the same direction and you got one guy who say and I don't WanNa do this anymore and you can see the hell storm that's been laid upon him for trying to move us away from these wars and get us out of them. This isn't the first time this has happened either you think about the the Iraqi babies in the Kuwaiti hospitals that was fake that was part of the justification for the first Gulf War the WMD's completely fake this is and this is all the Gulf of Tonkin completely fake and all of these were all pumped through the media and the media gladly jumped right on board an amplified all of this message because the media is not in the business of reporting facts the media is in the business of reporting the fact that they want you to know and sometimes those facts aren't actually facts but these things aren't accidental you don't accidentally do this type of thing over and over ran over and have every single outcome of it always be war and massive carnage and destruction the media are not the are not friends of the people the media Michael Mouse goes as far as the corporate presses the enemies of the American people and I think he's completely right because this is the type of thing you do if you are trying to undermine and destroy a nation yeah well and I will I mentioned her book several times but you really should do to understand how this works you need to go read Sharell Atkinson's book stonewalled she was a she was a reporter for CBS I believe CBS News for years and she talks about the journalism he tried to do and the way it actually works in the newsroom you see the all of the news outlets want an interview with the president they all want to get their question asked in the in the bullpen they all want to have access and they all want to get the stories released to them first and so one of the things that the government does is they submit the stories that they want the media to push they say hey here's what we want you to say here's how we want you to say here's what we think is important and the news media doesn't the news outlet doesn't have to do that they can say well screw you but if they don't report the news the way the administration the way that their that their handlers in government I want them to report it guess what all of a sudden they don't get new stories anymore all of a sudden nobody wants to comment to them all of a sudden when it's their turn in the round robin the interview the President The president doesn't want them to interview him and they lose access and so what you find is the government now tells the news media the news here is the story here's what you're going to report on and because they want to stay in the good graces with the government and they want to continue to get the story report it the way the government wanted reported this is it is I go and read the book it it it happens. Republican Democrat Pratt they all play for the same team it's all how do we want you are seen as a Schlub as a boob you or someone to be controlled belated and lied to and the government does it and they send it to the media who believes the same thing and you just a bunch of slobs I write the news I decide what not capable of discerning for yourself that you must be controlled that you must be manipulated and they spend a conservative effort both the government and the media to prop up a military industrial complex in this case to prop up these wars because it's in everybody's best listen their secret ruled world war written by Stephen Kinzer and also the war state the Cold War origins in the military industrial complex by Michael Swanson he read both of those books you'll understand how the military industrial complex got such a foothold in American Society American the American nation has been on a wartime footing since World War Two we We are a garrison state where state that's built and revolves around the military even when Allen Dulles was I'm an assassin in in the in the CIA another good one all these different outlets from all these different perspectives there was a small handful of outlets and they all look if you traced all of them they all went back to the same few people and he would explicitly God way when the CIA was orchestrating Aku Guatemala or in Iran or something like that he would call up on like the editors of time and.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

13:51 min | 10 months ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Hey welcome back everybody this is well power and influence I'm your host Jason Stapleton and the first time you joining us thanks so much for doing this and thank you for inviting the New People because we love it when you share the show and when you talk about the show and that's why we're so successful is because you guys enjoy listening can you share it with your friends and your neighbors and today is going to be an interesting an interesting episode I talked to the pre show with the members group about it before we started today and anytime you use the term I hesitated whether or not I wanted to use the term military industrial complex because anytime you do that people this is glaze over and you either you either buy into that term or you don't and to say military industrial complex most people don't really know what that means like what is a military industrial complex you know Eisenhower warned of it after World War Two he saw the rise of the militarization Russian of our of our people and he said you're going to have to get to be cautious you could say somewhat genuis for him to do that given the fact that he is he was part of it for many many years but I want you to this goes back even deeper so before we get into everything that happened at ABC and their them faking a news story about Turks bombing Kurds and Syria I wanNA take you all the way back to you know pre Napoleon I've talked about this before on the show so if you and I actually learned about about this by listening to a podcast called hardcore history which many of you are probably familiar with if you're not and you enjoy history it's by far the Greatest History Program I've overseen ever he'd releases them sporadically when he gets done with him he there somewhere between three and five hours long typically and typically multiple parts two and one of the things that he said when we when he was discussing actually prior World War One he was talking about I think it was the world war one episodes that he did he went back and he said you know prior to Napoleon we didn't have standing armies that wasn't something you formed an army when you needed to go to war but because wars were so expensive to fight and a military so expensive to maintain you couldn't create enough wealth pay people just to sit around and do nothing but train and so what you did was you had a handful of S- mercenary style fires who made their living things going from war to war conflict to conflict and helping to train some of the other troops that were being assembled but when they assembled an army it was not an army of trained soldiers it was largely an army of farmers and merchants who were either forced to come together by their Lord right or who came together just out of a sense of self preservation because some other Lord was coming over the hill and they were going to attempt to take everything that they had another interesting thing capitalism is that prior to the advent of capitalism and the only way that you could increase your wealth or your status was through violent means through taking of someone else's property through conquest is only after capitalism that you could actually make a living make money maker fortune by helping other people this is a completely new thing in history as was the creation of formal armies for the purpose of versus standing armies for the purpose of potentially fighting and so it wasn't until Napoleon that the army stayed in hacked after the war was over and what happened after France created its own standing army is that in order to defend themselves other countries had to do the same thing we talk about having a national defence force here instead of having a standing army will the reason for that is because they national defense force requires a much smaller footprint but it is impossible in the twenty first century to not have a standing army you we would leave ourselves wide open to invasion and it wouldn't take very long before he China or Russia or even in Iran decided that they were just going to run roughshod over the United States so understanding that military standing military armies are not all of our our relatively new in terms of human history and understanding also that the military industrial complex really began to be formed after World War Two you kind of get an idea of where we've come or where we've come up to basically the last sixty or seventy years so what happened since Eisenhower left office well slowly but surely the Lockheed Martin's the the Dinah corpse the you know the black waters of of the world started bidding on military contracts aircraft ships manpower everything down to the halls in the food that we'd in the laundry that gets done almost all of that right now is contracted out to third party labor now that's not necessarily for our noses itching like crazy I've got something in the air but not all of that is bad so a lot of people look at the expense of hiring contractors to do all of this work and they say themselves well paying these guys a lot more than you pay the soldiers why don't you just have a soldier do it when you look at a cost benefit analysis on this stuff one of the benefits of having contract labor rather than higher some people in the military is that you can rapidly expand or decrease the number of people that you needed any given time so when I did contract work for the US government overseas one of the things that was interesting about that was they would constantly just cut the contract they'd be like hey we're winning this contract it's a year long contract so they can either let another company bid on it or they can just say you know we don't need any of you anymore so the three hundred guys that we've hired to do this particular security job you can go home now good luck to you we in the military you have to hire you have to find them and recruit them you have to get them to sign up for a four to six year contract you have to train them up and basic military strategy and and how to be in the military and then you have to pay them their health insurance their retirement stuff you gotta pay all Their their vacation time their food there aging all of that for a full four to six years depending on what you're what you're having them do so when you consider the ability to rapidly band or contract the workforce in places like Oh you know in Syria in Iraq and Afghanistan in many cases it does make more sense to hire third party contractors rather than to have military people doing that work you know in the Marine Corps records somewhat unique because you have in the Marine Corps who different types of people you have the war fighters the people who do the fighting and then you have everybody else and they break those down into grunts grunt is a warfighter a pogue which is poke stanford person other than grunt so you are either a warfighter or you are someone who supports the war fighter in the the air force the vast majority of people who work in the Air Force our support people their technicians they work on the planes they do that they support the battlefield but there really are not they're not a ton of people who are actively engaged in learning the art of warfare so I tell you all of that to Kinda give you an example of how the military industrial complex has been built and in many cases it is advantageous to the military to the US government and it is long term cost savings to them except when you start getting that money starts flowing and all of a sudden kicked back start coming in and all of a sudden the you start seeing people who are who have interest who are who are interested in keeping the wars going because their livelihood is attached to it and that's when we start to have problems so you see it's not that Dino or handling food service in Iraq is somehow worse or better than say the US army handling it the real issue comes with the fat act that we're still in Iraq largely because the Dinah corpse of the world the Lockheed Martin's of the world have been bidding on and supporting and funding politicians who support the war works like any other any other any other special interest they come they get lobby he has to go to wall the Washington you get why do you think Lindsey Graham's never seen a war he doesn't want somebody else to fight why do you think that is do you think because he thinks it's smart the you really think that that little weasel is tough and that he's really the he really thinks that that the way to do it is to go out and fight every war against nobody who stands up and and has an opposing opinion too you know he does it because most most of his backers support the military industrial comp Alexa continued building of chips and troops and military technology and hardware that stuff's gotta get used if you drop in bombs you don't need to make any more if you don't need to make any more bombs guess what happens Bam manufacturers go out of business they closed down a plant and Kentucky or wherever it is they're building the bomb and all of a sudden ten thousand acres out of work do you think the senator the congressman and that state is interested in seeing that happen you know that's going to affect his reelection bid he loves that that plant is open and that we're dropping bombs on some Third World you know dirt hole in the middle of nowhere he's fine with the fact that we've leveled Damascus killed millions of people displaced millions for he's okay with it because it means he gets reelected and so we are we are in a world today where war has become so commonplace that it just never ends we once we start to get a handle on one war we start another one and then of course we realized that we don't really have control of anything today so donald trump has decided that he no longer wants to have troops in northern Syria now we were talking about this before the show and This weekend Matt did a lot of research on this and the different factions and groups that are operating in Syria and the what the media has been saying is that trump is pulling troops out of Syria but viner stand correctly matt that's not actually happening. They've moved them out northern Syria and that's giving the Turkey room to come in and occupy space it essentially the the the Kurds are the big group that everyone's concerned about Oh the Kurds are our allies it's but it's not a there's not a some sort of of affection there it's just a strategic alliance because the Kurds are wanting to create their own independent autonomous region there that forms part of Iraq apart of Turkey and a part of Syria and neither none of Iraq Turkey and Syria want the Kurds to have their own autonomous each there because obviously they all want their own land so they've all kind of been pushing the Kurds onto each other and then the Kurds have been allied with each of these re with each of these governments at different cases hacking different people and they've also isis involving here then you've got the free Syrian army which was a ragtag bunch of mercenaries that the CIA created need to undermine Assad and all of these things are all happening with the US here involved in this whole the US out of that area and Turkey to come in Turkey he's got a whole bunch of Syrian refugees that they're holding onto they want to resettle those refugees back in Syria in the realm where the Kurds currently occupied so Bhai pulling out what trump effectively did was tell the Kurds you're on your own it's up to you to make peace with one or the other of these most likely what they're gonNa do and actually what happened this is a this is a sea change and this is why the entire neoconservative on a war party that has been hell bent on wiping out each of these governments this is why their hair on fire freaking out because what are we gonNA do now we can't leave these people alone in this region we have to be exerting our control okay so we had a little bit of an audio issue but I think we've got that resolved at least until somebody comes back in here and messes with these boards but so anyway what I want saone piggyback on on what Matt was talking about so.

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"abc news" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"abc news" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness. These these the Ken Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen now, helping you get unstuck and on the path to your dream job. Ken coleman. Live from Sirius XM studios in New York City. You are joining a conversation about who you are what you were born to do where you want to be and how you can get there thrilled to have you aboard with us. Second data row coming to you from world headquarters of siriusxm right here in Manhattan, beautiful beautiful time of year to be in the city Christmas decorations everywhere. Hope you are having a great week it still time. That's right. Still time to make a decision. You still have time. To make progress. And that's what this show is all about coming up a little bit later of get a special guest every once in a while we have guests on and less than we do calls. We it's all about calls. It's all about you. But every once in a while, we won't have a guest on somebody who can share their story. We're going to do a story with a fantastic lady that many of you may know, and even if you don't you're going to connect her story how she got where she is. Now. I mean, that's what it's about. We sometimes are namrd with the celebrity story or somebody who's been very successful. Because we oh well, th they've reached a very high level. But we forget that they started out. Right. Where many of you are now they have walked many miles in the shoes that you're in now. So that is Paul affairs senior correspondent ABC news recently of the view and ABC's good Morning America on the week it. So she's coming up that's going to be big fun. But I your phone calls. Eight four four seven four seven. Two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. We started off with John who's on the line in Colorado Springs. John you're on the Ken Coleman show. Again, are you doing? I am living the dream John. How are you? I'm doing great. Thanks for asking going to help. But. To make I manage a small HVAC company here in came in with opportunities to gain ownership in the company he'll have to reach him some certain milestones. Which were at that point. Now. However, I have some reservations about entering into partnership. So talked to about that. Yeah. We'll tell me what those reservations are. And why you have them. So I've found out that the owner of the company has sales the IRS quite a bit of money. I'm not sure how much but he hasn't filed taxes for the business for himself for a while. So it's a big reservation. I have we also agreed to an amount that you would be taking out as the company is growing you'll for own personal salary. And who have some reservations that he was probably taking more than what we agreed to. And I don't know those are the main ones. Yeah. Well, let me just tell you John. Your instincts, your gut, your brain, your heart. All of that connected. That's just telling you. Whoa. You need to listen. And not just listen for a moment. And then decide something different listen and stop. There is no good reason why you should enter into this partnership. Absolutely. No good reason. We know there's IRS debt that should concern you from several levels possibly character issues. Just not good management financial fiscal leadership management issues. He hasn't told you what it is that that worries me even more. There's not a lot of transparency there that oughta concern you and you jump into that partnership. His problem becomes your problem. So for all those reasons, plus I can think of a handful more, you should absolutely sit tight. And and what I mean by that is this shut this partnership conversation down and and to be completely transparent. I would be looking for an exit. I just this. This is enough that would concern me. If I were you I I would be going..

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"abc news" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"abc news" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"You're in the right place on today's episode abc's very own chief meteorologist ginger zee for unexpected and unfiltered story of struggle and resilience the selfproclaimed natural disaster details her story for perfomance she fell in love with the weather to her battle with depression to fighting her inner strength and gratitude ginger zee welcome to deliver it thank you i am so happy to be across the steve will from you i'm thrilled to have you here ginger is a friend she's a colleague she is our chief meteorologist at abc news the first female chief meteorologist for a major network which is a huge accomplishment it is it's pretty exciting and really there hasn't been a lot of meteorologist so they just to be one of the few of those is pretty special because you actually studied meteorology that's how long become a meteorologist not just because you play went on television her head but you are a good morning america every single morning covering all the weather headlines you're on world news tonight almost every night as well you have your abc news original digital series food more cast and now you are also an author your book out today natural disaster i cover them i am one and i love it ginger in easily this is first of all i would encourage everyone whose listening to read the book because i think for anybody who thinks about getting into this business it's very useful to understand what really does happen behind the scenes and you let people in on a lot of real authentic experiences and it gets raw oh yeah no this is not a this is not a book where you say oh it's very nice and i'm a nice sweater and i looked really am going to give you the kind story no while i mean the only giving a real mole thing begins with you cancelling your wedding yeah i mean and that's the thing i went in what took to write this book i really wanted to write a board book for children like a had a baby at thought i'll start with like fouryearolds that's a that's a really easy you know write a couple of where us pictures let some weather together but i had a very simple concept in mind and we went in and i.

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