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Biden Administration Solicited Letter from NSBA Comparing Protesting Parents to Domestic Terrorists
"Remember the story of the national school board association writing a letter to the Biden administration worrying about threats to school board members and teachers posed by parents upon which the Biden and administration sprang into action and Merrick Garland and the DoJ set up a task force, just essentially do surveillance of parents to treat parents, so to speak as domestic terrorists. Well, at that time, there was a whole army of media figures and looking here at posts and AP, The Washington Post and PolitiFact all denying that the Biden administration was labeling parents as domestic terrorists. Let me now quote here's PolitiFact parents who challenge school curriculums on domestic terrorists. Yes, idiotic fact truth or meter false. Here is the AP post mischaracterized school board organizations letter to Biden and AP assessment false. And notice here that APS is very clear that this was a school board initiated letter and the Biden administration just responding to it. And then similarly fact check out The Washington Post, the false GOP claim that the Justice Department is spying on parents at school board meetings. Well, here's a very interesting development. Based on the freedom of information act, there are now some emails that have come out that reveal very clearly that the Biden administration solicited this letter from the national school board association in the first place. So let's think about the implications. The Biden administration wants to create a task force to tag and label parents as domestic terrorists to do. Surveillance of parents soul, they say, listen, in order for this to seem legit, why don't we twist the arm of the national school board association to produce that letter? And then we will pretend to be responding to something that has come from the outside.
What's the Best Camera for YouTube Influencers?
"So i've been talking about my daughter who's in journalism needs a camera. She's also going to be a youtuber influence. Or you know that that space So we've been talking. We've been looking at both. The sony a sixty one hundred a and the cannon m fifty. I think too bright is on she. He says a brody says i have an ace seventy seven in love the camera. You can get an adapter from sony. That will let you will. That will let the mirror less cameras. Use the regular mirror camera. Lenses sony calls them amount the molten molten. No i can i say that animal to thank you minolta. I wanted to say something else. lands would work as well. I use those lenses in the old film days. Just keep in mind that the film lenses are full frame and have to worry about that in the new orleans or a aps see size So getting the murless with the adapter and getting the aim out lenses means she can upgrade on it to a regular deals are already have the lenses down the road not to bob. I'm not too worried about lenses. One hundred percent honest. I'm kind of thinking about the camera. Body i in his. I look at the a sixty one hundred versus the cannon m fifty this camera stabilization seems to be an issue between the two and then y- how that viewfinder is seems to be the other big issue. So if i put that in front of you gimme gimme some advice on. So sony just released a A newark is. She is mainly video or is it both both. Yeah she's going to do a lot of video lot of lot of blogging. I would say if she is more towards the video. Sony released a camera. It's their zeevi. Dash eight ten. Which based off the same camera. Sort of almost the same camera that i have which is surprising right here. This looks really big. But it. 'cause i have a cage and i have this massive lens on it but it's actually really all. I'm going to go full screen. Bob hold up to the it's impressive. Hold that to the camera there so that looks good but this is just big because i have you can see the cage that goes around it and what do you what. What's the cage. Get forty so it allows me to attach different things. I have an extra hostile. Sorry i have an extra hot shoe up top here on the bottom. I have a artists mounts. Snap it into stuff. It protects it so because this is this is all aluminum so if i drop it it's going to protect it so a cage. I have never heard of cage before so cage a good good thing to you. If if your camera is like so i would. I take this on trips. And i like climb waterfalls and like throw this thing around so i wanted something that would protect it And that kind of. That's why. That's why i got it But if you're just like using the camera in an office setting or studio setting you don't necessarily need the cage but if you're attaching a bunch of stuff to it you it gives you a lot more
"aps" Discussed on Hora do Amor
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Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'
"Other thing about having a website is that can make you cancel proof you know a lot of people talk about cancel culture and you know people getting canceled off of social media and could be both sides of whatever political thing going on but happens now you know and it even happens on some of the podcast platforms so say that you know you've got a lot of audience on. Let's just pick one at random spotify. Okay and spotify decides that they don't like your content for editorial reasons so they remove you from spotify. What happens to all your listeners. That are sitting over at spotify. Well if you've been telling them in your show come to my website. They know where your website is so they can find you and then they could subscribe it another way or just listen right on the website. Whatever they wanna do. But it kind of makes you cancel proof depending on your podcast host and all that. There's a lot of a lot of variables there but for the most part you know even if you're not on any of the podcast apps if you have a website and you generate your rss feed from that website which is another option you have to but That is an option. You generate that. Rss feed from that website. Anybody that subscribed to you in a true podcast app. You not a some some aps like spotify in and others are music laps and they added podcasting. Well that's you know those. Those are a little bit different because they have to ingest your show before it goes out to everybody but a lot of apps out there overcast and pocket cast. There's directly subscribed to an rss feed so that can still happen. Whether or not you're in those directories are not in fact apple. Works that way you can. You can subscribe to a podcast via an rss feed in apple podcasts. And that shows not in apple. It's coming direct so again can make you cancel proof and you know that may be more important to as time goes out who knows but to future proof. I guess maybe be a good way to put
Epic Games, Apple Close Out Final Day of Courtroom Battle Over Monopoly Claims
"Pitches to a federal judge. After a three week trial. Epic Ass Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers to curb the marketplace of the APP store while the iPhone make her asked her to leave its marketplace for two million APS undisturbed. Big suit Apple in August after the iPhone maker remove fortnight from its APP store because the gaming company created a work around so it wouldn't have to continue paying a 30% fee on customers in APP purchases. Joining me is antitrust
Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down
"The witness stand to defend the company's APP store from charges it has grown into an illegal monopoly. Guided by softball questions from an Apple lawyer and in Oakland, California courtroom Cook's testimony sounded like a commercial for the iPhone. Cook defended Apple's control over its mobile APP store as a way to keep things simple for customers and protect them against privacy and security threats. He appeared in antitrust case brought by Epic games. The makers of the popular video game Fortnight Epic is trying to prove that the APP store has morphed into a Price gouging vehicle that blocks APS from offering other payment options. Apple views his appearance as an opportunity to tell its story, while the APP store is under scrutiny by regulators in the U. S and Europe. I'm Jennifer King, A federal judge ruled the Dakota
Tim Cook Defends Apple's App Store as Epic Trial Winds Down
"The witness the witness stand stand to defend to defend the company's the company's APP APP store store from from charges charges it it has has grown grown into into an illegal an illegal monopoly. monopoly. Guided Guided by by softball softball questions questions from from an Apple an Apple lawyer lawyer and in and Oakland, in Oakland, California California courtroom courtroom Cook's Cook's testimony testimony sounded sounded like like a commercial a commercial for for the the iPhone. iPhone. Cook Cook defended defended Apple's Apple's control control over over its its mobile mobile APP APP store store as as a way a way to keep to keep things things simple simple for for customers customers and and protect protect them them against against privacy privacy and security and security threats. threats. He He appeared appeared in in antitrust antitrust case case brought brought by by Epic Epic games. games. The The makers makers of the of popular the popular video video game game Fortnight Fortnight Epic Epic is trying is trying to prove to prove that that the the APP APP store store has has morphed morphed into into a a Price Price gouging gouging vehicle vehicle that that blocks blocks APS APS from from offering offering other other payment payment options. options. Apple Apple views views his his appearance appearance as as an opportunity an opportunity to tell to tell its its story, story, while while the the APP APP store store is under is under scrutiny scrutiny by by regulators regulators in in the U. the U. S S and and Europe. Europe. I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer King, King, A federal A federal judge judge ruled ruled the Dakota the Dakota
Witness for Apple: CEO Tim Cook
"Hopping on solo to give you an update on the apple. Epic games trial which ended testimony. Friday including an appearance by star witnessed. Tim cook the ceo of apple. It really was a fascinating. Nearly four hours of courtroom drama as apple sought to build case at the app store has an app review process to make the place safe insecure destination for content and that it also charges commissions have fifteen percent or thirty percent on subscriptions and in game transactions to help pay back the expenditures just laid out to keep the store up and running properly for its part epa games which makes video games including the very popular. Coordinate attempted to poke holes in apple's case and make the app store looks like a monopoly for mobile games and other apps now throughout cook provided answers about apple's business strategy and how they app store operates he basically said quote. Apple's mission is to make the best products in the world that really enrich people's lives now prior to that s to describe the app stores influence. Cook said quote. I think it's an economic miracle. And he said you know. The store started with only five hundred apps. Now has more than two million people in the us. Involved in making those iowa's apps when asked what would happen if apple ahead to allow non reviewed apps or alternative app stores into its app store. Cook said quoted be terrible for the user. The company reviews about one hundred thousand aps each week. He said rejecting about forty thousand of them quote he said you could imagine if we turn off review how long it would take the app store to just become a toxic kinda mess. It'd be terrible for the developer because the developer depends on the store being a safe entrusted place for customers to come now. There's one point eight million apps in the app store but epic attorney. Gary bornstein said. How can you claim the stores. Well curated if there's that many apps quote it's not a good description of something that's curated. He said cook basically said i disagree with that.
Here’s the Latest on the Epic vs Apple Trial
"Of the high stakes courtroom battle between Apple and Fortnight maker Epic games, and this week it is apples turn to prove it is not an antitrust violator, with expectations that the tech giant will bring in its most powerful spokesperson, that is Tim Cook. To testify. Bloomberg. Mark Herman has the very latest. So mark, where are we with this trial? Yes. So we are in the probably final week of the trial. Today we've heard Phil Schiller, the former senior VP of marketing and now an Apple fellow in charge of the APP store testifying to Apple's business practices why the APP store operates the way it does. And its interactions with developers. And we've also gotten a few interesting stats about how the APP stores run that there are 280,000 games out of two million total APS and how much it costs Apple to run its annual developer conferences. So talk to us about the case that has been made so far. It sounds like you've repeatedly come out of these hearings. Feeling like epic hasn't really proven Its case. I mean, I'm not a lawyer or anything, but I've been listening into most of the trial on a daily basis, and I have simply not heard any compelling arguments or seriously compelling argument for how Apple is doing something not necessarily wrong. But how it's really hurting developers on all levels. You've heard Microsoft testify you've heard in video testify. I don't think epic has brought any smoking guns to the table about Apple, you know, purposely trying to cross smaller developers. Personally, I think you know, Apple's APP store fees are a bit too high for the year 2021. Given the economies of scale. Maybe 30% made sense where there were very few APS on the store. But now that 30% is generating nearly 20 billion profit per year and spread out across two million APS, you know that 30% is worth a lot more to Apple than it was way back in the day. So I think that needs to change. And even Phil Schiller echoed that when Apple launched its program to slice the fees for developers to generate under a million per year from 30% to 15%, Schiller said, he argued for the cuts be below 15%. So I think this is something that Apple recognizes in some respect, too. But regardless of opinions, regardless of how bad you know, epic thinks Apple behaves Is a contract at stake. And the first thing you need to know about the legal world is if you have a contract, and it's legitimate and all parties have signed it, and there's no contractual issues there. You know, it's pretty hard to argue with that piece of paper with signatures, and that's what Apple for all intensive purposes has with epic at this point.
Epic Games vs. Apple Trial Begins With Opening Remarks
"In the maker of the popular fortnight video game came out swinging at a trial to decide if Apple has too much power and selling APS for its iPhones epic games, alleges the APP store has left users and developers trapped amid no competition. The iPhone maker accuses epic of a fundamental assault on a business model. That has enriched millions of developers.
To Be Tracked or Not? Apple Is Now Giving Us the Choice
"Poll is expected in the next few days to release an upgrade to its operating system for iPhones, which has led to public disagreements with another tech giant Facebook. The latest upgrade will include privacy changes, Osama Rajan reports. Until now, If you own an apple phone or the absolute downloaded, have automatic access to something called your unique identify it for advertisers. It allows companies to track your activity across other APS and so build a detailed picture of your behavior. With IOS 14.5. Apple is going to flick an enormous digital switch on only allow companies to track your activity on their own APS unless you give explicit
Apple, Google Come Under Fire at Senate Antitrust Hearing
"Telling a Senate subcommittee that they're afraid of how much power Apple and Google have over their businesses. Legal officers from for some top APS testified before the Senate antitrust Mini hearing yesterday, including representatives from Spotify and match They claim Apple and Google could easily undercut their businesses by making changes to their app store rules and that they're all afraid of those platforms.
Grading All of the NBA Trade Deadline Moves
"As well. But let us discuss. Everyone loves playing the winners and losers game, But I do it all differently. I do well differently here. I have as a teacher. I have a report card book. I'd like to give report cards. Also what grades? He was the question. What grade? Did you give out the key trades in the MBA? Now there's on. Lee won a plus trade at the deadline. There's only one trade here that rises to the A plus level, and that's the Clippers. The Clippers get an A plus the bulls get I'm I give the Bulls of B. For their trade, the heat and the Celtics. I'm going. See, I'm going to see on that. And I'm gonna be the devil's advocate guy with the Nuggets. I'm not like the mainstream basketball media was not overly impressed with the Nuggets trace. I'll give that a D, and there's a bunch of APS. Better storing the losing locker room, the Orlando Magic Houston Rockets, New Orleans pelicans, the Toronto wrapped oars, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers. All get f C F F F F F F for you and half for you. And As for you, you in the back, you failed also. At that. Beth! Beth! Beth! Beth Beth. All right, So my thoughts on this You've got Dr Doritos and dunce cap the three days and we will tie all of these things together in an adequate. Adequate valor monologue. Now a the N betrayed deadline I will concede lived up actually exceeded my very low expectations. One of the great things about being a cynic and a skeptic. When you have low expectations. Occasionally, it doesn't take much to impress you. It doesn't happen very often. So let's enjoy it, and we're gonna roll up our Proverbial sleeves here and and get the worst. We'll start out with the on Lee, a trader today the people's team making the trade with the Atlanta Hawks, and it seemed to the uneducated basketball fan. Like a rather an Oculus deal. At first glance, the Clippers sending sweet Lou Sweet Lou Williams. Great six man back in his prime and some meaningless second round picks to the A. T. L in exchange for Zhaan Rondo, who comes back L A. But now he's playing for the good
Nintendo and Niantic Announce New Partnership
"Struck a deal with the antic the Google spin off behind the augmented reality smartphone game. Pokemon Go Nintendo and the Antic plan to develop a serious of a our EPS. Such aps work by superimposing digital images onto actual scenes back to you,
Hands On Review of the Fujifilm X-E4 Mirrorless Camera
"When the xc four was announced. I thought for sure that i was going to buy it. After my review period expired. i looked at it. I go man. That's a good looking camera Had a lot of the features that i wanted. And i just go. I cannot wait to get my hands on this handsome little devil. It's controls are familiar. Because they're very similar to the x one hundred v that i have right now super compact cameras even more compact believe it or not then the x one hundred the the image quality. I was very confident that it would be solid and then on top of everything else. I really liked the revised twenty-seven millimeter f two point. Eight lens that's bundled with it. Nice little pancake lens. Compact camera interchangeable lenses. What could go wrong right. And my thought was since. I have enjoyed the x one hundred v so much. This would give me an interchangeable lens. Fuji film camera that i could play with fuji film. Cameras do great with adapters and lenses from other brands. And all that kind of stuff. I'll talk a bit more about that. A little later in the show but for right now it suffices to say that if i had that twenty seven millimeter. Nf i liked it. I've got enough other lenses that would fit on it that i could be a pretty happy kit but it isn't perfect. Either and the more. I used it the more that some of those blemishes began to appear. So i have my personal pros and cons of share them with you. I have a verdict. But before we do that let's get into the basic features of this camera. The basic specs so that we know what we're talking about here. Okay so it is a twenty six point one megapixel. Aps see so as crop sensor x. trans Sensor that is six two four zero six thousand two hundred forty by four one six oh resolution as the maximum resolution that you can get out of this camera. Nice big files. I i like the size of the files and generally speaking. I like the way they look. It has an x processor. Four image processor so. It has the state of the art image processor for fuji film. This is one thing that fuji film does that a really. Like which is they don't they. Don't downgrade that stuff under the hood you know. Rather you're buying their flagship or are you buy this or buy that. You're gonna get the best processor that they have available at the time. I love that about them. You get four. K video at thirty frames a second and you get full. Hd up to two hundred and forty frames a second. That's very nice. It has a lovely electronic viewfinder two point. Three six million dot I found it very comfortable and easy to use. I liked it a lot in. Its over on the left side. Okay so it's kind of a range finder style that way. A three inch tilting. Lcd touchscreen and this touchscreen is designed even more flexible than the one on the x one hundred v. Because no he can you tilt it downwards it can hold camera up over your head it tilts up in fact it tilts all the way up and over one hundred and eighty degrees so that you can use it as a selfie screen and take pictures of yourself or whatever you need to do there so that is an addition and the screen works really well. It's an excellent screen and the armed seal solid I know some people have expressed concern about the ribbon. The communications ribbon that is exposed when you tilt the screen all the way up. I don't see that as a problem. It didn't really bother me. Plus is not a weatherproof camera anyway. So you're not going to be shooting in the rain with. It
Epic Games Lawsuit Is Significant for Future of Big Tech Companies
"Sweeties lawsuit. Epic games Lawsuit against Apple is an antitrust lawsuit Anti trust is the part of the law that deals with competition and monopoly power. An antitrust law is a big deal right now because lots of people are worried about the growing size and power of big tech companies. And what happens in Tim Sweeney's lawsuit is going to tell us what the courts are willing or Unwilling to do to some degree about the kind of power that Apple has over its APP store, and that lots of other tech companies have in their own way. Learn more about how this will all work. I called up Eleanor Fox, who has been carefully watching this fortnight Apple lawsuit, But I'm not a faithful watcher of fortnight. Fair enough. Don't ask. Don't ask me about the program. You're not a place you don't have any favorite No favorite fortnight dances or anything, but I like dances, but I don't see the epic stuff. Buddy my eye because it's so related to the heart of what's happening in big tech. Eleanor is a law professor at N Y U and an antitrust expert. We We talked to her a bunch last year when we did a serious on antitrust enforcement. And we were curious. Just what was she watching for in this particular case, and she told me about two key things. That epic is gonna have to prove in court. In order to win this case. Let me say first we're talking about a very particular statute. The law against Monopolization. Okay, so you have one firm and it's in a monopoly position or close to it. Okay, So the first thing the plane just have to prove is what is the market and what percentage of the market does Apple have? So the first thing epic has to prove here is that Apple has a monopoly in this market. But there's a debate over what the market actually is here. Epic games, is arguing that the market in question in their suit. Is the market for APS on the iPhone. Just that, and the only place you could buy APS for the iPhone is on Apple's APP store. It's the only store apple allows, and that Apple is 100% of the market. The only way in is through this bottleneck the exploitative bottleneck. That is controlling us 100% of the market obviously a monopoly. But Apple says, no, no, no. The relevant market here is not just APS for the iPhone. It's the market for APS on all mobile devices. If you don't want to use the apple APP store, don't buy an iPhone by a phone that runs Android. It's hard to get specific numbers, but you'll see estimates that Apple only has anywhere from like 15 to 30% of the entire mobile phone market. So the first question the court has to decide what is the market Is it just iPhone apse 100% monopoly or all mobile APS like 25%, not a monopoly. This question. What is the definition of the market? We're talking about it. It is actually a common question that comes up in antitrust cases. And then if the court decides Apple has monopoly power, then there is a second question. Has Apple done something bad with that power, something that hurts competition and hurts consumers. This question may have broader implications about tech companies and the power that they have, because Apple's APP store is what's known as a two sided market. And a lot of the big tech companies are in two sided markets. And here's what that means. You know, one sided market. You essentially have just one group of customers you are. Let's say a hot dog stand. You buy those hot dogs from the hot dog company, and then you sell them to people who want hot dogs. You're one customer. In the APP store doesn't work that way. Apple isn't buying APS and turning around and selling them. It's it's creating a virtual place where people who make APS and people who want APS confined each other. Then the APP makers in the APP buyers the iPhone users. Those are the two sides of the market. And there was a big, relatively recent Supreme Court case dealing with the weirdness of two sided markets. It was a case against American Express. American Express is in the middle of a two sided market, bringing together customers who want to buy stuff and merchants who want to sell stuff. American Express charges merchants higher fees than other credit cards, and it doesn't let its merchants tell customers. Hey, you know, I could give you a cheaper price if you don't use American Express. Case against American Express argued that those rules are a violation of antitrust law. And here was American Express his defense. Those high fees we collect from merchants on one side of our market. Those pay for all of the things we do for the people on the other side of the market. The people who use our cards. They get perks. They get free flights. They get better stuff. American Express says This is a two sided market. And you can't look at one side and say this harm. To consumer welfare. You have to look at both sides and netted out on if, in the end of tallying up both sides of the market consumers win. Have to be allowed to do this. The court agreed with this argument they found in favor of American Express and in the Apple case filings. You can see that both sides know that they need to make these kinds of arguments. So Tim Sweeney epic is saying. Developers are one side of the market and they are being hurt by having to pay this huge amount of money and the iPhone users the other side of this two sided market. They're also being hurt because costs are being passed on to them. Then on the apple side. The argument is that on the whole, the consumer is benefiting from this. They get a safe, trustworthy app store, and developers are also benefiting from that trust. They want access to the iPhone users because they love their iPhones because Apple has created this safe place. How this case turns out could affect lots of big tech companies
Man accused in Detroit murder, Dearborn robbery via gay dating apps due back in court
"Arraigned Dan charges he used online dating APS to specifically attract members of the LGBT Q community. Prosecutors say 24 year old Diable leak Johnson has been charged in the robbery and murder of a 39 year old Detroit man in September and the robbing of another Detroit man at a hotel in Dearborn. A few days before that. The Michigan House
Police request 60-day extension of Guard at US Capitol
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
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"And am and. We are back on this a Tuesday morning Christmas Eve. Two Thousand Nineteen. Thanks for staying with us into the half last half hour of our program this morning folks Want to bring in my next guest as Andere under Landon joins us on the telephone. He's a reporter with digger dot. Org covers the State House and other political affairs around Vermont and does Andrew. Thanks so much for joining me this morning. Good Morning Good morning thanks for having me day. Hey wanted to check in with you. you've had a couple of really interesting stories recently You're obviously looking ahead to a to something which starts up just a couple of weeks and that is the legislative session of twenty twenty the sort of the second half of the nineteen twenty only nineteen twenty twenty by him Some some unfinished business out there and and one big topic on one which lawmakers have been kind of doing for while. You're looking to put the metal to the pedal in that of course is Clinton's climate change and trying to trying to deal with that And so you you had. You had a story recently that sort of set up an already already to go. We'll call it. A conflict between the democratic led legislature bleacher. Ended the governor. Yeah that's right. So Democrats have been working for the past you know basically since the session in twenty nineteen earlier this year adjourn on On an array of climate related Pieces of legislation. Two big ones one is the the transportation take climate initiative which is a twelve state agreement that would basically Mean Vermont and other states start charging fuelled dealers to bring in fuel and then use that money To basically invest in an array of carbon cutting measures the other one is the global warming solutions. Act which would basically make the state eight legally responsible for hitting its carbon emissions reduction goals. which as of right now our only goal so the state you know this thing passed? The state would have to reduce its carbon emissions by about twenty five percent in five years or so everything by twenty twenty five so these are two pretty You know as far as climate change change Proposals Go. These are pretty big and dramatic compared to anything that Democrats have done in the past. Obviously there's a lot pressure to do something on this issue Given you know so the research is coming out about climate change. There's a lot of public pressure as well from Democratic supporters But sort of what. I was sort of interested in looking at. was you know you know. Sort of looking at the governor's responses to these proposals. So far which have which have sort of limited in nature but he started signaling that That these aren't going to be able to these aren't going to be proposals that he'll be able to support. I talked to some some of the people in the legislature. Who to get a sense? You know Republicans to get a sense of what they think. The governor's GonNa do on these bills. Some people inside the administration and there's definitely some skepticism coming from the governor On these proposals. Yeah I mean let's take. TCI for instance. The transportation climate initiative a lot of the Democrats in the legislature are very high on this idea because they they liken it to something called Reggie the regional greenhouse gas initiative which apply to the electric industry over the past decade or more now and has had some success in in raising funds for For reducing carbon in the electric sector. And they're saying hey let's try the same sort of same technique and transportation now Had A call. Interestingly enough just I think yesterday it was from Guy Page WHO's a has been a lobbyist on energy energy issues around the State House for Awhile is currently has a couple of conservative blogs e He runs and Guy Page was saying. Hey folks I just remind you or for four point out this. TCI which as you Zander and tell me if I've got this if I'm understanding this correctly these do you. Fees would be charged people importing fuel into the state meaning essentially our our gasoline and diesel dealers Obviously these fees would be passed onto consumers and guy paid. Yep saying by the way folks just to point out this is this is a carbon tax. Okay we are. We're talking about a carbon tax here And I'm just trying to get your thoughts zander. Should that be really obvious or is there was there any effort to hide that and And and and if so who who's trying to get away with that why I think the Democrats would argue maybe semantically that isn't a carbon tax. I think everyone everyone agrees on. However is that in maybe Democrats aren't willing to advertise which as as as openly as Republicans are whoa? You know this would this would clearly mean An increase in costs for consumers For everyday people you know pumping gas or trying to get their own would mean the costs. Go Up I think that the recent analysis that came out said that it could be much You know sort of depends on what version of the plan moves forward but it could be as high as I think something like twenty cents per gallon increase in cost. So there's no doubt about it that that the cost will go up and that's really the governor's main concern On on that proposal in particular You know he He's saying No right away. Hey to this proposal saying you know if it comes out and it's and it's only a carbon tax you know. I'm not going to support it. I don't really know what that means. I don't know what version of the the proposal he could support but Republicans are basically saying you know As long as long as that's part of the deal He's he's probably not going to support this thing So yeah you know I think that Democrats are basically willing to say here. You know we need to make an investment in. This is way to do it and this will mean savings in the long run for people who you know as we sort of win the state off of fossil fuels and sort of address. This problem Climate Change and I think Republicans including the governor are really skeptical about The cost and what this could mean for you know a low income people people who would be the most affected by the increase and yet I mean I think it's fair to ask the governor and and anybody else really who who doesn't want to do this And and they have legitimate reasons. I mean the across our real thing and they and they they do matter to people But if the state is going to get anywhere near even heading toward its goals of reducing its carbon footprint in an aggregate way over the coming years What are the other ideas for getting there? You know. I think that one you know part of this issue is that there aren't many ways that are there aren't many proposals that are being put on the table table that involve sorta creating You know sort of the revenue needed to invest In in in the programs in the he's sort of expansion of the public transit system in the you know the extent to which you're gonNA need to Put money on the table to to expand things like electric vehicle use There aren't many proposals on the table. That would that. Would that would sort of bring those funds. bring those funds about and I think you know that's that's sort of one of the reasons why the TCI is popular with Democrats is actually. Here's a way we can actually put some some meat eat on the bones and address. The issue I did talk yesterday with Senator Anthony Pollina. WHO's the chair of the Progressive Party? He's going to be proposing a green new deal deal for Vermont that would basically involve taxing the top five percent of the wealthiest in the highest income earners in the state thirty million dollars a year more in income tax for the next five years and really putting a lot of you know investments in home weatherization electric vehicles the public transit system and renewable heating systems and. I don't know how much traction that's GonNa get in the legislature But that that's sort of the boldest oldest proposal that I'm aware of You know in terms of making sort of dramatic investments to cut emissions But and that was something that you know. I don't think that's coming in January. But he hadn't really been talking about it until the last couple of weeks and again I think when we when when we're talking about is basically a tax increase. Yes on a fairly narrow band of people at the top of the income bracket It's still a tax increase in those have been quite unpopular popular with this current Current Governor I think it's worth asking and Kinda pressing people on okay. So you don't you. You don't like the green new deal idea that police putting out you don't like the idea that is being backed by The climate caucus you know headed up by Representative Syrup Open houses and Senator Chris Pearson And I and if you you got you got to come up with some other ideas or sort of acknowledged. I think that maybe don't think climate change is really that big a deal. The maybe it's not worth any any major disruption of our economy certainly the You know and I think that's a conversation that actually probably needs to be fleshed out a little bit in Vermont right now you you know sort of what is the bottom line here folks. I think a lot of people who've been dancing around this thing for quite a while and kind of getting getting away with it a little bit you know so And and maybe it isn't you know I I have callers on. The show will call us up and say climate changes and the president thinks it's a hoax other people think that it's It's overplayed or they try to point to three or four scientists out of the thousands around the world who want to come out and say things is like you know it's really not as not as dry as drastic a problem as people are making it out to be But you know though you got a sense that there is a There is a reluctance to actually get down to brass tacks in a lot of quarters on us. I think it from the governor. Are you know the governor has really put one. He's been talking about one piece when it comes to change one thing me think will be the solution to the states emissions reductions and sort of addressing And that's electric vehicles He that is that is the one sort of area. Yeah that he that he will continue to point to and say you know. This is where I'm willing and interested in making And Ki- you know last week someone in the administration told me that and you know and he's sort of been suggesting this. That is two thousand. Twenty budget is going to include you know additional sort of emphasis and prioritizing of electric vehicle expansion and and I I would presume that would mean you know more incentives for people people to to purchase vehicles electric vehicles and etc.. How are you know? The the the investments that have made an electric vehicles in the last few years really you know. Don't even really put a dent in in in the The number you would need to actually reduce the state's carbon emissions and hit the goals that have been laid out in statute I don't know how many what percentage of the state's drivers are driving. DVD's but it's not nearly enough. There's also this line from the governor that he's repeated many times I think he thinks that the market for electric vehicles. It's just GonNa take off in the next few years. I'm not sure what evidence he has to that sort of facts that up but he will continually say You know you see now. You know these major vehicle manufacturers like Ford Ugalde Lamborghini and Harley Davidson. It's in coming out with electric vehicles. I think that's a sign that you know in a few years..
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"MM-HMM I think Ken Coleman route sided about how they they sounded attack and came battling back and they call them the cardiac kids so If I recall Dave you could recite recite that entire poem from memory. I don't want to offer Let's see Ramona's continued to cope with an ever worsening labor shortage caused by an aging population. That isn't being Cowdery by new residents moving into the state. And I just WanNa say let's say one thing about the aging population folk. Oh I keep trying not to age myself. I'm tr- I'm trying to do my part but keeps happening and I. I don't know what to do about it. So that's all I can tell you but This is actually a very serious demographic and economic issue for Vermont. What what are what are we gonNA do about it Wilson? Well that that's the question of the Probably the first half of the twenty first century for the state of mind. I mean what to do about it. I mean it's something that's being A problem it's being challenged challenging in states similar states across the country I mean Vermont has come up with this with these ideas of how to attract people offering money to come and if you move here and they they the program that they that is wrapping up this year they offer people ten thousand dollars over two years to work for the took him to Vermont and to relocate to Vermont. There's a whole bunch of details that go into it. What is required of it By by by Last week one hundred thirty five applications had been approved and bringing three hundred fifty nine people to Sixty Vermont. Towns include family members. Obviously and. That's a pretty good start I guess And more are expected in a similar program is going to slightly different but similar program starting on the first of the year to try and keep that up. I mean a number of states are trying in areas are trying these types of things. This is not just Vermont but You Know I. I've been mystified by how between say Donahue the late fifties through nineteen ninety Vermont population grew at about about the same rate as the the rest of the country about three and a half percent year and then it just sort of stopped it goes back to almost nothing think. Yeah and of course the remember that. It's very interesting. Vermont was Was In that very stagnant situation for for many many decades leading up the preceding the nineteen sixties and then. We saw this this kind of burst where he wasn't really so much of a burst. Just as you put it catching up with the national average. But but but there was this whole movement of You know the hippie invasion of the sixties and seventies of people moving into Vermont In part because a cheap rents and cheap land and and and And and and you know the idea that if you were if you grew up somewhat disaffected in and disappointed in in the world uh in the nineteen sixty s and nineteen seventies in suburban New Jersey. Or something you know there was this beckoning country up there where you could go up and live your first summer in a tent and then live in a log cabin and then eventually work your way into Yvonne Daily Former reporter for the Rutland Herald. I had a At a terrific has a terrific book that that she came out with about a year ago by that whole history of the Hippie invasion of Vermont and and I and so Wasn't just hippies. Either I mean a lot of folks came up here. You're in part because it was It was just a cool thing to do Vermont Kinda gets that Panache back. I mean that that's part of a and and I think frankly one of the reasons that working against it is that things aren't cheap anymore. Lands not cheap and and housing's and cheap. And you know it it used to be that There was a huge difference between the cost of living in Metropolitan Hartford or Boston or New York and up here and that that that has narrowed. Yeah I don't I don't know what the answer is to it. I mean as you were saying before the romance population if from statehood in seventeen ninety ninety one through now if Vermont's population would have grown at the same rate as united as the country. As a whole there'd be like four million people in Vermont now and we're still stuck around six hundred twenty five thousand and before the Civil War I think. Vermont had three or four re representatives resentatives in Congress and then the population stagnated and that that stretch from the sixties through nineteen eighteen ninety or so whenever that ended was really the aberration and how we make Vermont a beckoning country again where the next row you know is it is it it is how do you give back that panache? I don't know I well. He's a mystery. Here's one idea before and I don't you know there's probably not the end all and be all but would they need to do is have have a an annual like music festival Here here in Vermont. Where they you know they bring in bring back fission Russian maybe grace potter and and a few other national accent and put on a three day festival and then ring the thing with with tents that are sponsored and populated you by employers in Vermont? Who by the way while you're here listening to music tomato sauce and and and and yes? It's okay to show up for the job interview maybe via a little bit under the influence of Wacky Tabacchi or something that you might be illegal Leland so you know a little bravado palooza thing would maybe maybe ticket to an interesting a lot of twenty seven and twenty eight year olds you know and Those are the folks that the governor keeps talking about. We want and so I I think that There's a potential there. That's your friendly neighborhood picked from the day Graham show here. WD Ev. I don't know who's GonNa Organize. It won't be me but Somebody who knows how to put together a a a rock festival or whatever so Anyway you got to move down the list here because we're going to run out of time before we get through our top ten here Wilson Let's see what's next demographic educational changes are taking toll on Vermont's small colleges. Yeah Wow Is just sort of part of the same picture of a not enough babies being born here. I think it's not enough babies as being born here. It's not a bunch of babies being born in a lot of different places But yes I do I think it is part of the same demographic challenge And I I don't know what the answer is to this one either. I mean three this year another one is closing its doors in twenty twenty Here in Vermont Anyway. Away and merging with another are being bought by another college. That'd be Marlboro. Yes that would be and you know. I just don't know the answer to this. The beyond trying to reverse demographic bubble and I don't know how to do that and The state of made a statement made quite a statement about it's where it's politics are related to the abortion issue. This year them Credit Control Rosh later passed and revolting governor Phil Scott signed into law building projects. Women's access has to abortion and proponents concerns that the US Supreme Court could reverse or review or verse road versus Wade Vermont Legislature also also took the first steps toward endorsing access to abortion in the state constitution and You know always a very hot button. Issue baby the hottest button issue in America and I think it was clarified. This year. more so than perhaps before that You know in the in the Vermont. Want Political Pantheon. We are We go in pretty much one direction on this. Oh I think so too. I mean not that there aren't people here in Vermont who feel L. differently but that it passed alleged slater Bowl things the the the immediate legislation and taking that first big step on and Towards amending the State Constitution It does show where Vermont is talk on that topic now. The Gospel Amendment of course has to come around again in the next ex- biennium following the twenty twenty election and Are there any signs out there that That people are trying to organize and change the outcome of the election around this issue. Not that I've seen yeah. I would tend to concur with that and I think that is just another. Sign that You know if there's one last Sort of pro abortion rights state in the country at some point and it's probably going to be Vermont Anyway he number seven Stephen Berg joined and a driver a convicted of killing five teenagers in a wrong way crash in October two thousand sixteen was sentenced to thirty years to life in prison for his conviction on five counts counts of second degree murder. Going acknowledged the crashed into the car carrying the five teenagers but said he was insane at the time. Jury disagreed In boy there are a lot of Sort of spinoff ramifications from that whole discussion about Mr Groins Insanity or sanity or whatever and yeah. I thought that that story. I mean it just breaks my heart when I think of that. Any way shape performed the words just can't begin to describe the magnitude of the tragedy tragedy there and the right here in his local area. Oh yeah in water brand new river valley These five kids were were from. I'm from the hood year and boy. What still a heartbreaking thing that these kids aren't aren't now off to college or whatever it is? And it's just it's heartbreaking and you know I I guess justice has has its day. No the the horror happened The justice system produce this result and YEP and it couldn't really have produced any other field. Anyway let's move on number eight. In December that Burlington based weekly newspaper seven days published a report about drug use and sexual misconduct in the states. Women's prison this is the kitten regional correctional facility based in located in in South Burlington Governor Scott promised a full investigation which was still being conducted at the close the year. has already this whole thing is already. We've seen the the mm-hmm departure of The Corrections Commissioner. Mike as in the in the wake of this of this development You know one thing about it I had. I had Robert Appel all the former defender General and Human Rights Commission Executive Director on the program last week and he was saying that These problems in corrections have been longstanding longstanding. Oh without a doubt I mean this as as and this is the one just Put the ASTERISK next to it. This is the one that If this would out of come out a few weeks earlier we've done our balloting a few weeks later this probably would have been higher on the list But clearly the problems that they were describing That they exposed to to to public airing have been going on for a long time. Those things don't happen overnight And what you're going to to do is Well that's the next step and I bet we'll be talking about this next year to on when we're doing the two thousand twenty top ten stories of the year There's so much yet to come out on this Mike Smith the new administration secretary. He uses outer. Thank you is On top of this one and he is not You know it's happening. Yeah I it's interesting. I mean Mike Great Guy and of course he's a former host of the a show so we have special affection for him here. WD The timing.
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"On Wd FM and am we. We are continuing to our second hour of the program. This morning and I'm glad to say we have with us. Wilson Ring He is Longtime reporter with the associated. Press based in Montpellier charge of the bureau there these days and he also is a bestselling author at least in Waterbury and His his he has a book out. What about Murphy? The Dog Adventures there of and We're told that it is the hottest selling item this holiday season over at the bridge side. Books Br here in In in Waterbury. And so. That's pretty exciting. GotTa say What what does the refreshing on the title of the book? Wilson Ring Catching Murphy catch simple catching Murphy. And and Wilson Ring was very involved in the efforts to get this way. We're dog back into its proper for life and eventually successful after after what was it more than a year right fifty nine days. But WHO's counting. WHO's counting well ring by the way? Thank you very so much for joining minutes morning. Merry Christmas to you America Christmas to you. Thanks for having me day these this is always fun. Yep and the we're we're we're happy to say that We have Wilson in part because not only is a bestselling at least in Waterbury author But he also The as as I mentioned the chief of the Bureau and the Associated Press in Montpellier in every year this time of year the AP produces a list of the top ten Vermont stories of the year and The It's it's quite a project I used to do it when I worked at the AP and we have to sort of come up with nominations. For what the story's might be Maybe pick twenty or thirty and then and then send them out to our member editors and broadcasters around the state folks who are Who use the service and And then Wade and have them fill out Occasionally you'll get requests where people will say. Hey you forgot. To including Gruden the nomination lists the following thing So you maybe put out another drafter. They've it's quite an involved process with all. I'm saying because they can take a couple of weeks to get all of the ballots drafted up and out to are the member editors and broadcasters and then back and tabulated and In one of the one of the sort of nightmare scenarios that I used to have in those days was it's it's December and you think to yourself okay. I'm coming up with a list of the top ten stories of the year. But what if something really giant why it happens on December twenty third after. We've all got all the ballots back then when we do And so sure enough. I never never really came to pass when I was the years. I was doing it that that happened. That December tend to be fairly quiet news month around Vermont but boy this year is an exception to that rule with two big stories. Is this month. And so we'll talk about trying to weave them into the into the list here and Give them the spots they deserve. And so on. But Wilson Ring as things stood sale at the end of November or. Whenever wasn't he started this project? This year What ended up being the top story on this list? Well I think we should mention that. The the BURLINGTON in police social media imbroglio. I don't know what word you want to use to describe it. That happened completely after the ballots were counted so. I'm sure that that would've been high on the list if we would have got it sooner but how high. I don't know but it is certainly worth mentioning that one left. Everyone's heads scratching everyone's scratching their heads. I think certainly did me. And so that would have been included on the list and without a doubt it would have come in. But who knows where the other one was on the list. The after the seventies story about the problems with the corrections department that was did come out before Ballots went out and that did make the top ten here but I think if I would have come out a little later or the ballots would have gone out a little later it would have been it would have come in higher than than it did because The first story was one thing but then we learned more afterwards so that delayed it a little bit are I think kept it down from what it was is all that being said The top ten story as voted by the members of the Associated Press and this was open to any employee the of any AP member in Vermont. was the arrival of the F. Thirty five's at for the Vermont. Air National Guard at the BURLINGTON International Airport and South Burlington. Obviously this is something that had been discussed for a long time. There's been a lot of opposition a lot of concerns about how noisy the planes are some. I'm felt they would be say they would be unsafe. Because they're new and untested weapons systems And some feared that working the kinks out of the planes. It's over a residential area that has well residential urban area that has greater Burlington could be a problem but the first two arrived in September September since then three more have arrived They are noisy but everyone knew they were going to be noisy are they. noisier than the F. Sixteens. I don't know I've heard them fly over. I couldn't tell the difference But they are there and They will be there with Vermont. National Guard barring who knows what for are probably thirty years anyway which is how long they had the after F. sixteens story number one Okay that and and that's an interesting one because Since their arrival has been there been there really hasn't been a lot more stories about them have there. I'm not not really Now that they're here it's you you've gotta wait and see. We've asked about no as complaints after they return. Turn or they arrived. I should say after fighter jets returned but it was hard to compare apples to apples. You know because they would get noise complaints from the F.. Sixteens the National National Guard would and it was hard to figure out if the if if it was different if they were the same ones or or how they would have compared to each other and they only have a few so far by the time all of them arrived there will be twenty by mid year. Twenty twenty And then they will be flying regularly and then we'll see how they're settled how they settle in it it's it's a happening thing. And I've seen other other stories have have a similar trajectory over the over the years where. There's an awful lot of controversy up to the moment when something happens and then something happens happens and it becomes just sort of part of the fabric and and people go on with their lives and And that's the way things often break but Certainly certainly a lot of heated debate about those planes up to their arrival and maybe It will continue depending on sort of how they how how well they work. And how well How well the fit in with the with the community after all Number two story of the year looks like on the list. Here was the the Catholic Church trying to come up with some sort of a I don't know final reckoning or something On all its problems with sexual abuse of kids and What would happen to hear? That was a very close second in the balloting that one different ballad could have swapped opt out one for the F thirty five's and been the top story but I think we'd been waiting for this people who watch these things the news people and those who are interested for a long time. I mean there have been Abuse allegations surrounding the church for a long time. We know they've settled a lot of lawsuits. They had to sell well. The the diocese had to sell a lot of property to pay some of those settlements And so the diocese I think to its credit set Out to look and to try to produce as comprehensive a report as possible and They found that since So they had. I don't know how many people were involved all did half a dozen anyway They've found since nineteen fifty they found credible and substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of minors honors against forty priests since nineteen fifty all but one of those allegations secured occurred Prior to two thousand and none of the individuals also involved are still in ministry Most of the people are dead. And those who aren't Most of them are quite elderly so And more is going to happen. I mean on this topic. You might recall that. The Attorney General's office launched an investigation of its own after after the Reports came out about abuse at the Saint Joseph's orphanage in Burlington. A couple summers ago so that report that I think was supposed supposed to be focused on the orphanage but when people come forward I'm sure they'll be they'll tell the investigators in that case more than about just things happening at the orphanage yeah number three top story in the year. US Senator Bernie Sanders the Vermont Independent. WHO's making the second run for? The Democratic presidential nomination suffered suffered a heart attack while campaigning in the Vata came back to Vermont for several weeks of recuperation before he returned to the campaign trail and The the heart attack doesn't really seem to have phased them did it. Would we know about this. No it doesn't seem to have faced him. That's Bernie though you know burning. It's Bernie's repressive Russell. I think it's hard to keep him down And I think that was a shock to burning literally and figuratively having a heart attack and his campaign And Berney be came back to Vermont for a few days and Nar couple of weeks actually after the heart attack to recover his And and He's back out on the road and appears to be as a as Bernie as ever back on it is it does not seem to have slowed down. Yeah and Certainly a lot of folks These days The great medical care available in in our country in the world these days People survive heart attacks. It used to be Something that and it still is a is a fatal event for for some folks but many many people Have Heart trouble and then come back from it and And liver another you know for decades more so that's You know I and obviously we all we all love wished the best of health to the Bernie Sanders and and Anybody else similar circumstances You WanNa you WANNA see people recover from something like that and March on so there you go that's But boy it reminds me of the nineteen sixty seven red sox. There was that famous poem. MM-HMM I think Ken Coleman route sided about how they they sounded attack and came battling back and they call them the cardiac kids so If I recall Dave you could recite recite.
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